IDAHO: Law Observance

Prime requisite of a fireman is the ability to think fast in an emergency. Last week, the firemen of Boise, Idaho did so. Roused a few minutes after 3 a.m. by a newsboy who had noticed a pile of straw burning in a corral, firemen raced to the scene, found flames licking at a barn belonging to the Myron Jacobs Riding Academy, where swank Boiseans stable their horses. The Riding Academy is 25 ft. outside Boise's city limits. A city ordinance forbids the fire department to fight fires outside Boise, and firemen...

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