The Key West morning journal

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The Key West morning journal
Uniform Title:
Key West morning journal
Alternate Title:
Morning journal
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
Key West Journal Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
In English and Spanish, <1912-1915>, <1919>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 314 (Nov. 23, 1911).

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I ; ii/ > GRADVS'8TJLL IN'AU' the Full Effeets'pf, Spending / $, 1 <.'W' .
.. furore over re-employment., of Rate ; _ _ a -. p ,, Sports,,>; tW" : ,
Export Tom. brady will come to Program\ExpeteaTake T6. t .

.- -naught, and lie, will continue his tegion .Program Fo'rF tions, Radio ,Cclebratgt 1 I.
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fight .geinztlty' : Commissioner "po '
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.V.,, j minority commissioner can bop (Special. -.., Miami'N..... .Yorir'Hmlji ItaUy. N wl>'J'''......,'_. .(j Events. . 1 .:. 1 ,.

'rI."' hi for Js'' a 80-day delay' Th. major- WASHINGTON July 2ThS'apeed : (Other. 'F "t on.Page J-A?) ;, ..''f

--4 i.t -"Ity.will.adoptthiQrady ordinance with Which the heavy. 1 Miami j Joins 'with the natIont.morrow o- I ) j .
-,--whenHcomu'pT 4I neeondt>eadJng - NEWS nunu .:
r > 'which Incidentally" likely will goodi'lndu.trler. 'by 'the :"Xtf.huge beingstimulated. '. In_II elebr&Uon of July rmMhe AT K..W"t. J ... 4 .,- --
be neW"publlo 4 with a program of oratory ai motord ,
next. week, and 8f(> dayslater
the law-will take effect The' works administration sports and parades by ,day .several hundred cars and ,.1 .P' !
b already ha 4ristruc't- program was emphasized today ( i ;, i.., .5 -, and a spectacular display of pyrotechnics arrived here shortly-after S .:>,:
I, ueen by announcements pointing out ,, by tonight, the Oversea* highway *
i'_ '- night. ,
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rene\"* the .contract. Orr and that allotment : : '- celebration,
. already have > PdV federal; county and marklror'the' fbonomlc \t
-' Gardner realize the futility bf t elrfll'bt StAt
been made for 3,695 project L city workers '" in many rebirth of Key '.i-got-etfIcialiy '
but like the wartime' ..dm1r.1'who estimated to cost I6S7.141.BO9.. 4 1 under icRe
+&a lines of it way with thousand of !
-. - nalleB broom to the of .. .
.. .. ; mat. and that bids on v.jji> or more' .. -- ---&- h i a holiday-a-day-for rest and visitor now her* confronting* acloclccircijn'
his hlp and said he' would sweep already! have been Ib1'lte4' 4 laxation. "For te 6* event ,
I many others, who program ,
.,; the know English will from lose the but seas will; they' The .cope of this. part "of the, 1 RIBBON SNAPPED, OVERSEAS. HIGHWAY'OPENs-----.1 I will join in one way and another tomorrow .and Monday. -
they go pending program andprelimi the Although the streets
Jn t were gaIl .
all-day program sponsored,, fr .
doslh coloyl y1ng.r. .' nary orders for materiAl., 'Whil :Mayor,'WUIard M.,. Alburjr W.Key Vest looked ';'over her' ,the Oversea highway 'Tlie'unique, road link Key Wet with the" by the Marvey. W.'Seedspost of decorated and the city was aglovnwlthanticlpatlon '

: meanwhile, were credited' by shoulder and notable, from F'lorldd, Cuba gathered Mis Bernice mainland an4 1* an important link 1 in the, Pan-American highway. the American Legion, ..ii,wlll baa and expectation -
r *PARDON BOAlAl HEAT-All PWA officials with having": I Brantley,. reigning .. Miss Key West" at"the Island City fiesta,1; I' Key West today aiM\ .tomorrow .ill staging .an around-the-clock. day of.gaiety and fun.UighIhtsdf . of "artlolp.UDI In the -treat anaa* "

. .v' . 'manner. of pressure Is being started extensive reemployment nipped,. a ribbon at B p. m. yesterday marking>> :formal.opening. of ".- JiP1* for Vi5ltot&j; ,* the da ev pts wasnf until arrival of .".
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brought oii the state pardon "-rd. In' Industries affected -- I -1- are gun salute by U. coastJara le Miami and upstate caravan S '
o' .j..' which next Thursday hears the and, with contributing to the in;.Miami harbor; a two- motor vehicles that Key Welt

. plea for a commutation for Franklin recent Indication. of recovery MACHADO APPARENTLYfBkPPY. END houl program of speedboat racesf awakened fully, .,to* the fact **.ba> -:
.. Pierce McCall,'kidnap-killer ofP reflected In the .harp rises fn FLOfl1D a diversified program of o celabfatlBn, W.un4, :
; '4'. >. Cash baby. Then I. a very security prices. *J:.' S old and young'alike; an sport 1 Then* f popped, the I
trong pos.lblllW-'Mr--and; r.- -.--ThePWAtoday: announced' drill by the famed Harvey W. Seeds crowds Bjhfcred and''turned out ;

Cash.. or *ne of them may appear presidential approval of 66 Former Cuban Man -YEAR'W1THSURPLUS. drum-and -corps a' novel' en masse-eo-talteRthefes. .: ,. _
: Strong Says Pegpfe W i ed Force -- ----- -- -
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,at the hearing set the pleas additional project. With an : dancing stars from various tlvUle. % '
r-? of, McCall's widespread kin and estimated construction value of studio?; a vaudevAle program I Outstanding. venTsnilne Miamimotorce4jrtrtfcronj'tnat .
: friends, of his family. The Modlst **- $9,71B,88e toda)".! lists Includes and a distribution of prizes antonV Ylty te .
church at Jasper I hi reliably 66 projects, in 17 s.tates.Prni SPENDS TIME AT underprivileged 1 KVT WeetVwA*: the 3mlnMte aause
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-- ---"_dhiAvtrtnarMv_ _flnKnclnv_ _____ the-- BEACH A ioveV t celebra- at B&hla Honu'brldSe, the 6om- -
1J' h clemency Fun move.-- rn. Tn I "(8,. V..... ) wjll be .the *. Calling" plete d' broadcast {

'!, "I' ---j. .... I WASHINGTON July' 2.-Public a f 1 4W' ton teat,. In whidQ only maig4ed oveF.fsftaaon WIOD, "when ": t
I f. : : wo. r k s administration officials' aI I parllclpat "Miss Ke* WesU" and ,' county,
BOOTLEGGER'S OARS_Whirlsgig' : ; By FBANOUVUtllr P", MALONE All Of State Funds"iEe women "Eltr. "dty I
.i. '' has It from an authentic'source.I claimed tonight heavy industries CITY 'FIANS.J3EMAiN.LOCKE1 I 101_. II'." Writer) ELLYAj1WRS'R&AtATIAflK! ; :. the mthlcal.Legionnaire, slte'an national # la.tpar. ..
.: Iv" there are no )less than 1-count a potential reservoir *of hundreds I The wheel of fotuneturiu... To For 'Ge neral Rev- famoiMdtlonal allY
of thousand opening and "Fridges '
' . } of joba already, convefttlatt4o'IP. I>gVpRwi!| be
"[ .m-451 automobiles Jh this area are feeling the upward impetus of .oirle." :it b 'ln..,happiness and *ucCes t the target, for oalIA'froifm' !negeests. to the use public.; "

\,4., : ..: being used in the moopshlne liquor'traffic. the New Deal's; drive agaMat de< I ... To others 'failure'.atuf: regret, '[ enjsMvFBaladce ;I 'Tfheevnt, promises.'m'bfun ."Miss Key'ferem Miss J
L., There mjiy be more" thatI pre8ll10n'and" unemployment; \V .: fsft.,.alwayshe .wheel 'turrts.-- 'i. and.th6 Is 'a Bernice oJd to" .
0# federal alc.hol .ta* unit and en.
:c f';. J.b. I a Although ,PWA'*admits fuVf-. 7 .. ; one. tie. center
'. 'I' .; .. ; tpance companies "to 'riot know fecstructlon tsfbf [TIThe wheel of for 1In.Jias turned 4 !-Florida Comer JfaV.THet by 'ther
i- I 1ttll', : $96 .OOO, Cbeav IJIJ '- :- 1* William T. of Orlando, M -
I, ,if.:''t':>'1'1.bout, but -the bootleggers better I program -will 'not )be,'felt Dispute Over Grady Job' for 'Gen., Ger'ado :W*chftdo! c /'prme -a* b HAeEuly r .la b nigh Florida department commander of 14'lb John, of ,.
.. I'r-, . watch out becauaa aomethinff i*I for'motlth*, DreUmlnary orders forIteriali president of Cuba iri his!'pal Ual City Clerk AversJrope: i"with a reaaurerftgbaJano.. of "---.-glon, and others high In the theWcOebraUon( committee and I 1\ .
*. going to happen pretty Boon, which. vt ," 4 l ; jieceWaary- the huge Threatens Entire Miami'Beach: homft the"8- 'earlold l including ,otJ1s o.f mU try' organltlo.) bridge, \
,can't abOut just now, "Regi ttaiio.t. !Is'" n2'112.45. a. Want
I' : Whlrly telL Lpfbgi sn lilMacly' hn, sent Jthouand,9tlPn eratwha ron of '1.: 6..h.u.. here observance. < noml- .
.1 !- ..h', that may put the eggera ..foobii'r !, back'to"work, officials !-: Miami Payroll repubmJK'iewswthe?wheel'th..lsl.nd*.. turn I a .. 'a.Y.,' .-. '-' P/u/ of? JS4rf,438.34 In the ,,. _:_" 'announced Jby A Or 1\f.Itateenator: S tat e pap .

-e 'ald. 0 rProspeptj } with. 5unlroltyi f- >V- .Gut' ; iff fnd. after ,having aptidrltupa4 . Pr general Chairman, ; S. Sen. Charier p.An4r .
.. j *.i. I I'ozo.tjas on apy& "
[ ,, Of June 19.'afl'one 'b Is to beby ws Loul, M/achaao l .
tot 'le 'nclpsl aailress /
ii: .; NjEW"DECLARATION!; The a ntsummeMds'ess.recovery'we're tht&k. : '
" ; : a kingl he .I -- -- ttate.1l preflfdont.'of the ? .
Cuban '
I : 1i- the I60- odd. Dan .travfl
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:Fourth will boa double celebration gnaT ed thJwfce .;A"-j.nie fiscal situation- remains Tdld .5 Ipl..d.I'I\ Cub*,*;NowtheMffs. fJfJaJ;; ': .carried lan *, ,_Jthe .' ,nd theft firework mission; MV cmI.4 .
*: -ky I ln stocks ., .dlsnfay.jUleJtto
,arrlae which\ there l Bon. x peon. '
the Miami .
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r In the Remand dlnct ; city liaJl d '
among *plte ,$dop.pI _
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added 9 111' Uiaml . U Sc begin tWo : eje "
everal bUllon dollars to .Saded ..
; the lion .e..rOv.-\'P.
avka4 .,Monday ; : s/AiteTday) of. .f. k : :
;W lime and ,.a an emergency. : hi* houldenhV.-nowJ r Jusfri i In' IUItlrec an.. 96lttc. "r ,psl 1 fo4tte exjlfo- ff"nMA--lur1" t'
pact.-Is t< be signed. be- mark 'of' securities' and' ordIneppr6rIaang) .'8 t3a.aa, private citizen: Tn 1njucsuIt Cuttdii'i1- f- ,uComptjMlilr .i I' .. I
a .r< e ka41 t -t" jion nt piece anO tJ..QI; r JbrY the f3alyict '
X--; :; : /. fotn.aClfla-.pdyftt4 L '| >> Jp lUted;, q dato\ It'b.Ik'ts' *to; provl4 funds( 9r/.saeAtJoj- ; .:' .. .. J. 14aYoJ;. """ 'SU, '. Lf mbar :;& \ \
*. dlghfj'; 1 pac luvei. .. / turned'-; ; 1'i \ oli ...,37 kef oneh I; : t"rtrl , 'Tf time ';)ha- Foll H. P. Cowrey the Dad 'e
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IS* ''f 1i, : lIh ryy.rijqtfaff'* autll11)q.t.w, : penses ana next ,,tut'df."s. vealLI. tiapj"q.t II"'oi"' .:.In.f< .,' :, ': L'.yand so/oSerative* OWlor: : *q P>leHri t'>**,t.- .: of:-,...:.enaaui t.. t'p\l.' \ .' .,':, .'>..'; ."".,. r.VA, .. .,......-. ........:,.. l'/"gt"'or..f_. _" ,_ _"''A II'IIIIP" 1b4I44S ._a|.( L.i1i2Wt2*1rVi"5 _- ... 1. ? .,,.i..&Ri. ch&1rman ot .the CadJ.rdl . .. <; ,
a* 'tha- ot Phcedl..g.w.e ---- w ''' -------' --- '
1.i; :." V' Jmarketing It is IVtltstt1me. in but experts said: lt"w" ''By'.u' nlli1odl Tnt..tb.e; , als and-1: Aav. not-.nw. Yil.... i1t r -contained.<< ; InaabMiswe; ; ; *'caftpeHrtlbrrof'tl*' redutr.4blg' -r----a&r---oi mrulS..I eommlstHo.v'* >l'otherolty:jtate'- / : 1

, r I54.1 t'-"alstory of agrlcultrut hereabout' ) i, ,ore.IK.- .(ion,., -at;, totraordiDaty.eIelon'apDroved eye'on ..certain>,zatterL'; ',.n..5. flleflyesterday by. City Clark: mrt' *nd"th.Ir. pajentT" . I(OMTt\If11JD1'.OM PIOt! ': the -
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...f ALI. >,everybody Apparently ha gottenle i ordl4nee resenteiT by I occ&lltOnl b l.tiCIok: :Frank Kelly'torpugiiVJv"Wat tax.- wehavi I 'Ms.oth.r tlqni. tr* I Off tolasrerei.! Introduced ovejt .1> ; I '", ,'!'"'

i im.;.,;: :II / ."';:;' "tg.ther. . .say. thi.'cS'-nd' : peopl... ltE&til r Clgy-Managef A.+E.!:;.,'fuller to it* ato..t ..lWrofe'H: : Sorcir;,, c1ryrn.flgn ssDrIghabii -_ 1"-. been.0.tu JlijuJJato UI. vu.jlrte t'tnnnnlng' sopar ensae1ws LsthUniYIQlXtheprogran ;tolal-- r 4I,! I

,?'.." :t ":''i .'. ..:.k ... ;jio..l :. .lI't' M'' ,.fJ! cl8 ) lev!". p4nially "tn* conditiOnbroukhtebouy'the ;But General.:Machade.'iuT'a. : ,associate4.. >* school'.appropriation' within 'thefillc announqflaat night' thelR1nI out. over the NBC system. *,?;3fr3:.; t"
'! ;: { lio'' 8T1t. ,:;.:1 1t 1 ug ; ; i commission mellow-a more ':.Kelly-Jt: year..Lee' dec .d today;' |> brathe National'AsBoclaMbn the ceremony wa> underway.five '';' :>' ,
. fi'J.J. ,, : h...aveided mlllage I'fDogsWithPrincessL'ouzse: deadlock,e over. .reappolntment. of far rkimly.; .:tolerant anaw.r.s there are merchants ;-whole' aveshbws [ iff- Letter Carrier andtheir na"a alp18 'over.S.. !'t
county a 36,85? .
; ; : 1 Rate'and Trayio": Consultant Thonuas.'B. person-than ho n'a when he ruled... qualified voters; the* remain I ,, t.In
4' !JI: '".,Increase for thlsVyear despite.the. drady and;'Special' Counsel. Cuba- with ;an,Iron handfrom \bo.tat.Jy iaarnumber.: on th.ooka being tl.m..lve. 'be good. sol-r pSc auaVlary.G .Tl. group, ,pln the ,series, linking Key i
of their I a park. ot'apa
." low of $500,000In, due
apparent gaso .
largely to per
\ 11". '.. Brl bam' pat ce of government. dupllchtlona and to
I : t West with the mainland. When
ha beenI
t . sonal fee toward 'the: I Pro *.r sports
Flln still grossreceipts
are the
taxescounty Official 'The IrT'ouslon lne.
I five that haVe.efap.edalnce of-itame' of deer 4pesons. "
CommlBslOnars 'Alexander 'Orr year
I, 'I' "I plakale ommlttee in MIssKey' West" cut the
A."'\,keel,&to mgaln the gasoline ,alloca- Royal, VisltoM Appear To Enjoy Jr, and R. C. Gardner are holdingfast i* fle4.from Cqba after: the KMly 'detalJs""-effbl'. n-e-continued..c e tHey'bave. paid, .I o(4be are George W. chI, signalizing the formal .'rbbn.
. : ...: . 't'tlo Xb ey;fear lou of the fund to their position that the $!:!.,. .ranking foff leer*, of his s p1Y..adcalled he has madeeto purge the' books numb'r V w her Boy the the almost inaudible
,". ir j will icripple the county'. growth, Dish As Much As him and blames theircondition "The of 'delinquentscomparatively t PennlnJon blgw
it: !i > (CONTINUED ,ON ..0.] IWO-A), to Camp: .Columbi"andinformed on the ibertson. and scissor 'picked
.., few and In suchItnquencles d
' ,I' 4 plarmed on a.long-term basis. To him:they no longer could factethey -have been in ,use 13 .
Does PresidentBp by the bro.dct I
d who Is the chairman.tSAkEMIAMI up microphone -
);, I-\ avoid the tax. Increaae,' ..urplu. D .-*>f would -protect him from the year..*. ,proceedings for '

\( :,- , funds were robbed over a minoritytrotest ( .. New Tork. : Hrral..Trlb.... ana. VERDICT qN SUNDAT wrath 'of hi. constituents have The answer''a. serU recall commlttees will lection be filed of the at an tax early have date been'.'. n.tlont.) of wrestling ,
F4 j"- Now if needed'WPA or Mlmml UBllr. 101....) wrought very noticeable changes obtained IB pr cent cf ROAD matches, arranged and sponsoredby 1-
!iiJ.: PWA prbjects come along iti i I. HYDE PARK, JulY.2.plcatiy ln Senor Machado... the total number of''quallf ledT, vpterpn -: The general revenue fund ot Ihw the Miami Daily News, and the

,( tilt in o'ralJ1.ter.. *"county American picnic far*-hot' ''dogs. CLOSINGPOSTPONED 'His Health Is better. That Is their petitions and'..tlr'at a state Is the'only fund. now ceremonial crowning of Miss .i'
r.O-- a money won't be available1 to meet And roll'*-was served today by pftrent.frxfBi* looking at him from ap- certificate 'to that effect wouldT'not In distress and I aicnJagwhole.hearted nv' EXPECTED IN 1940Last Bra /ley a* "Miss Key West" .
the loan-grants, Arid In event of President and ''Mrs.* Roosevelt to LU------- M' alse, attentifWItaC'eollectigns .
\I, -- -4" l>Ing with1 him. H* tW, has the ) although proceedings topped the program of event, ,
'_ ;. .. a public emergency the coffer are Crown Prince's Louise oft., Sweden No .Arrcts1AntIcIpates TdVday. erect soldierybearing. tbdtis lave. ,preves'sWd" him from Jstbiing for the relief Wt ip| < "n1"SIX Miss Brantley wa.. crowneV. by i
} \ : .. bare and- members of the royal party year "of 'army'setvice ;befofi* he It: H- -0 points out that""com- Contract Is To Committee Chairman Costar, presented f.f
."" under th.'tre.a 6p Dutches Pending Decision' ml..l PERSONSWEDBY B
"," uJt'r- a Hill entered th.*: presidency gave him. elected or appointee keY of the city by Mayor
I '" : ED-Lusty Florida where the president 'building a HI are clear but ha take 0 with fun knowledge oftn4tlUo Awarded f September Alfeurv lafuB. Mnrtalwith. \

I' ,:'; '" :t \. Cities.*' prOud '*f ''their IndusUle Bummer cottage". of'. his': .own de' Clroutt Judge W. W. Trammell bout eye Cuba and* tit* day*as that were talks, under 'which they may her court, toe Country club t Z I I I'

.',- ; y and resources are npt golnir allow sign. : announced 'yesterday be ,' would they get a far away 'Soojc.: be ted by taw.." LEAP BOAT (dpeeUI, I Mlunl I>,llr N.w_) the Queen's ball. I
( I,! ,> anybody to.dim their glory. A '.Tb' hot dog wire served' over' hand down a memorandum '' FurthW-'denJals contained In the fROM TALLAHASSEE!, July X.-Road Tomorrow the program ". '
.; 'dispatch ronvKeyWst' made th.,1h* oBJectlon ot ;':Mr.. .James lion Wednesday' Machado Is 'still thVjtatrJot. ;))& suit, cOfrjng all material'..pointsraisea . Inclu4.
morning on"
: constitutionality loves : W chur
: Cuba 26, from Miami to Lake non.enoml.Uon
; (< :t, '1'\ 'claim\ last >jMr .the .Jsland. city Roosevelt, the.. president' :mother ef the clty,:; ; Sunday with. J-tiiMsjuW. ;fervor bj* WUllama include ft denial Oke.cho the .
I 't', bad. the only' pineapple canning whodoesn't like them :and 'who closing ordinance* u du/attack today that; fAe ;'dldokphgaj b* :fought -that the Initiating affidavits One Drowhed4m'S1p,: Strikes bee, will be an assured fact during auspice Bayew Ministerial aK
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; For the
. ". f t' I plant in continental i United State. suggested small sausages on, flnCONTHTOBX .- -in- a habeas corpus action |jn But he IndependqdWtie jct4nrlew Island. were void or that the cban..of .. '* the winter of 1039-40, It I I believed lance, Inspection of the American , 4
has '
kL::- ..1>;' ."Il'M nofr-ao." shrieked a loyal LakeAlfred "'( ON rAO. ''I'WO-A' connection with a.. dlsnute'betweengrocery very on address of some of the signers t f. here. Last contracts for completion Cubangunboat* .anchored

!1I"I.: 'cltUen- ver the teMphoftd to operators 0 an&curb) "market u-.n ,Cuba.what i I. best'-i for tH' n>e sE1'Dle of would'result In the'number of klII 1 ((8,. United rr...) of this highway will be made here .motor boat reatt consisting -
f.i'th.. Miami Dally "W'v ,: namam being Insufficient. H. alao of 'five races a con-
1 i, .tlfn. 'owners.
. ; ...... got one at Lake Alfred bigger,than US JUDGE:.CARDOZO Several lengthy:'Searings, comingup I,hand The Cuban people needjaXfllra\ denies' he issued'any "falsa cerJflcatesX BO July today 2.-when One womn, In September of this year, according cert by the Cuban army's generalstaff
: ; he declares. H* point oulthat the to plans. Contract band of 60
; (CONTINUED ON: PAG4XW.IA), unexpectedly, the '...Idyeaterday. regarding numberrecall tlf six other members of present w pieces sponsoredby
Judge yachting .
,;i'. >t' t1't 'j IS SERIOUSLY ILL prevented' him from'J'ltj moved the from Island slavery.Is only" 40 That-year the re- petitions In circulation. leaped Into the a ocean seo- be, Jet for 14 miles of incompleted the Miami Dally_News; a baseOONTINUIID ;'

Iluiependenl 'j After setting up affirmatively par before the 64-foot 26 between 20-Mile Bend ( ON PAGE > I I V. Jay' lug the//necessary time and,attention % vast majority of the ltlle1lll do-,not schoonir.Lively highway TA
.,." ., 'I'..: If ...--- I' to'the. Sunda" closing c....." ,know .what. Is. best"Tor them anct
: '. ; Justice Is fl ced. Under Oxy- .Attorn.,.;/.tor" the rival faction must b* told, and when they.wiUI1I0t ha been the freighter SS. City nea three and ,a half miles remaining WEATHER FOR WEEK' .
-' ,,. When you thlqk. tomorrow aldk, they' did lOOt' expect to feet listea, be shown. I Graves Light, 12 miles outside: of
.; : anniversary of the" *.Igntj. correctly! 'made, both from card Boston harbor. unfinished In Palm Beach county _
of the
: i genTwit. new' warrants* until after the 'General Machado'
. doe not know
... I of the Declaration-of In _. II indices registration books, Members pf the Flint's crew a* between South Bay and Okeelanta. I
; Ing i, c urt'* holding became Itnown, and when, or.If,' he wtfl) return to Cuba. answer asks that the suit be dismissed South Atlantic States: Occasional
i;.r 'it, :.. dependence, ;you might > also (a,. Culte .......), that 29 prosecutions awaiting bearing Ht. ;I Is content with his home ,at at Williams' expense.'WEST .-*- ,.- Well as a coast guard doctor rushedto Wen these two contr.ct are com showers entire week over
.,..,", I .. take a look atvyour; own busl- MAMARONECK1'l"rT'' .',:'; t,. 2.-f- -in: municipal' court: Tuesday: : Miami| Beach- where he Intends to r the scene in a ,picket bat road 26 wi te open td nor portion of district, generally

;:,t; .J nes* and see wMttier.9anclal( you're: on United ''State Sup>e>ne:... ourt ;Jiii. probably would be postponed. ,spend mfcch t'hl. time. When.he ri\a,;: ; :B BRTOOE'DEDICATED wbrked.'49,over Boston Miss secretary Elisabeth, for sev traffic. l south at beginning:yjf r.
.'... ,. '. '1-. the road to *" Inde tic. Benjamin Cardoso It seriously Pollee Chief H.-Leslie Quigg *aid. ts not at the Beach he will be at dret to During the 'aummer, contract will week with afernoG shoVers be '
In vain
revive -
a attempt
..; pendeace. > > 4 Ill and) has been placed,, und.ef!',an he would make no'A esta 'today hU-New' ,,York home. His grand PALM: BEACH,-Juiy 3...-: her.Three be let for two .miles .at paving on coming '. frequent f
,W" If you're-not there* a quick v unless w.rrants worn-'dt by the 12-mile unfinished portion of middle of week; ,rather warm most
were daughter attend school (UP-Th. '
oxygen tent; his secretary.disclosed In' New new Flagler. Memorial other members of the I'
& *4--' t wayto remedy the\uatlon..\ tonight "" _" I sOnieohev-. Meanwhile, ,eevtrtl'VuiAi. Tork and the devoted grandfather bridge here 'was dedicated'yesterdaywlth lifeboat road *?. One bridge remains to be of week In Georgia and extreme '
.wererescued by
ff Get 'your ware. bafhre thepublic. ness ':boncer ul announced.they: ,, party a built-in this stretch on road 29. forth Florida with temperature '.
dos not fee
) he could Sen. Charles 0.' Andrews
jII and a* so many The justice; ), who ha been absentfrom stq.ndbeing crew from the -Flint whlje the remaining f
above normal Tuesday !
lemain -
would' closed iVolun.WASHINGTON jWlll becoming by
Road department tno
today '
separated from them 'during- the and former Sen. Scott'X'L tUn clambered aboard offca.
a* trio
the iupi-eme court back
e-; ,' shrewd Mlamlans know, the bejicB for I .. '
& 26
l' tatlly. ,1'c .. make effort to over "
way to'do that Is*through the several month. because of'rune JII. :, ,,..,, .' ( w TJf\lJlOu! : orMP. .._o-a principal speakers at the ceremony: the schooner, which was only I .
\i and 29 at the Completion '
.J New 'classified with phone baa not been well inca (he last hot .lghtly when struck aI'lncln. same.lmf. FEATURES LW .
c' .'+ call to 3-11011 I t. ; ... .; spell Although previously health Roosevelt: : :Happy; As Recovery Prospects blow by the freighter. provide of these a to between J
IncreaseGoVernment of, the Lively Lady. rout
.' :' Remember, too, that,::tomorrow -*. hacl'). n improving, his pByslcianannounced .. .. The'ower' Miami and reduce NEWS TODAY)
49 of Hln
"" : Jr., and
4. you' can phone Itt your _f ; \ Osborn Cltls f'
road mileage from Orlando
that he
until 1Oook 4c1IUen- the ter.t I Spending'Aids; His Political l Outlook ham told' ot guards Page
; ,d' massage yp n ; oxygen : a i. : to Lake City and '
the morning and still ,have.,Itr Ioflng'.y.tem' Is 'being used. ,... . grabbed Miss llildretliafter. he saw TUahsead Amusement _............., ..TA I
;:- \ \ and
: i tomorrow1* paper. :** ". ,, the. 'Justice'* room:: *.. I. -I 0 '. ',.. - ,: !- t.J \ ' her aUk and held her headabove/ pt nort. wet approx. Book Review ..................._ I

e j I\H\ . wzN'ksco41'Cri : :; stenti to" feel friendly. ,to the f publicly called\ the :.turnt the. ace.for! some.time. mie. Cable ...._..........,_._............13A -

:1 :\ .( ......,. ,' 1 """"tI.-,.,. ;. "'f: In / fit of. the present de-' Classified '. .......... ...l 1B y'Colidren's
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.:i Gets/; ;'L fJjb.GP91_ I' . -' ,' .)July:.'SU, !V ..,\,Roo..v.ltflnct.e.power.\ .*himself,' 'in'.:"' t'pAlo st April-1987. .. .. .Ca\5l War Vets Swap Stories I Editorials '.Page... ... _, ...... ., \ 4''

, ',. .....:.:.- ' iJf,. .1 .. PresidentRoosevelt; I* pictured:(, "r a unique position.. H* Is.armed' and his .tffl.> '* Farm .P ." -"A \
fli'. : : .'?" ; f : -fl--- I ,by..those.. who a.e/felm> regularly tWJth .vast amount offmoney. t 'just coqpl.tef an ,I'. .' Forum ... .. -_ \
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"t ,, '; )I i as .highly.iConlIont;abouty, his'iI which 1.. going-';nbw iD' In,. .', tae. andelng the Br li O-BEHXY where 75 year ago todaythe" army ........_. ........._.laA.0B .
4: ..;;' I! ..poHUcal'.).posltlolt' 'and. "very, '"creasing. amountsto.smlUlOns.:,(Iv v,present business'situatoat (Sal... I .UupId.. T of Northern Virginia and the army Mket Day by ;Day.... ..._ I IMiami
\ tu cheerful-over the aUon's* busl-- !:Thi'moiey': 'Wiyte described Analysis Mbunl DeU.. ) battle ..... _
':, 1."; the'presdsnt'. "of the Potomac were doing 1 Muse ..(..... ..6B
J '... ., cpse; \( f, JDM outlook.-,;.\ *" >.* ,fy : ; a* a'altldot...'. Yet,', it cheerfulness for his : GETTYSBURG. .July 2,-Soldier with smooth-bore 'cannon, muskets O'er the Sport Desk....,.,, ...IA , 1

: ..f.'J'. 'j 'UnUtow, It has.beenaxio-: J'.at.ithe'same\time' ,' Roosevelt just a gave aund. of.,the Grand Army of the and qulrrel rifle f .; Rio ............. ..___......1B .
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11; \\1 I'0.1' get the blame. for::tiara tune ,; :-. 'C'OYOry' ..will ..roalong, with, or*'. .pviOU ocalon 'J America/ 1,800 stadium of Gettysburg college were Society ....... .... .--.......'.1, a. SB ' Y '

;, J.100./ "' "... nden. Joys't: acclaim' durtngv'' -I>,.even, precede-' -, tk*.government .. Te. the definite 0 W' ranging tram 88 to. 113 year old, Overton H. M 89, oom- Sports ..._....... ._._..._.9, 10, HA ,
'.;;c' . .:_ga : 1,-:", prosperity i That,,however, was-r': I-outlay: r .0.t+ '-Ti.1'; .a.d t.t, to come in''tUr July'sn4 endured a ,92-degre temperaturethis D .rln-lef of nnet Grand This Week .................. __1.8A ,
,t., : before',;[: the- days 'ot'. vast !igoy*. 'The last few : >.st i: afternoon a parade Army m of the and Treadmill J3AONU ,' i

.,1 r.. ./ :' ( \ 'Ic ..ernmenti subsidies\ .,'-,;, 4II ),.;,'. .--V' I,4 a aOarp ...". chy. o* ?ed !in August.the :lnde wbe, tneQ of fi.OOQ men of thy., United States 8pubUc Gl W..bingn........._....._._..-_ j .

,"; p : Nil. th.-.tarJl' ill.for,m.'.worae,'.*; "the' p, of'pvment.,bus-, ,in It' I*; believed army andvteranaof war nor John M the United Confederate Weather ..... ._..._..._;_-1 I ,'..
"" t'/'f; Iol' \ ; .;then the number-// grateful ,:'nea* Optimism 'ts' l September...onc I Its'. starts, recent t the'. on betweenthe' Standing with them was. ...._.__ .: 1"Woman' '.
Vetern. '
'r. ....Recipients''Of' governmentBubsidles -* .-becomlnras'pronotui;' ed .aa; v'j,. ', '::4. .aaInsr, f George H. Karl ft...Pennsylvania Page: ____'B ,'
",' "f..t. r'I. :' : ..Tlsejs' *enaUonally.That7number' / 'iwattha.: prevlouapessimism.: ..' l Wil of' the_ '
''exe ; ; ; ;rapld recovery '!Taie" fighting men Nort I. and numerous .other government'
'4.': 4:' r .L[. .' la.expected: to.'pass;' ; ;' ,i \,The( explanation la/ that, this. \ \"ul and.CQtu.tlDuCh"e lb and?the South watched,the and army. officials. "

l' & \ | ; ; \ :; : 'L 18,00(1,000( fbefore-./:.:November..,,'s :eom .. :: "nnt. _;ot: thlsTHeadenon of modern mit with f Reviewing the ,parade- was* '. EDITION [ .
_, -J! ; ': .-,\Tft: millions'receiving governk7T ., way. cause1 "plbJt tolerance t \
; e.1 '
.r $ '-that a part of This .fi) Miami New will I
? ceremonie Daily
r;;,'"' I :/ I : -I \.t: bounties. >are ,,being4'ad-; push'ae'D't' government sp.nAing should be decreasing feeling In their rank' thatthe morning t.ys & In both .
.': :( .. : ,.JJlOftlab'4 :.not to bite the, band :' never youngster on: parade didn't know n publish 'but .one edition, the. I
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i ; .atane at',that In Order to had a, lot of fun with
-' UI Goy Home, tomorrow, so that Its
. frgLkv'c l'g the r."iI f J *
',, I I; : >aI r: f+ : ; ';;j '' jIt A" .' avoid delving Into'a boom what -.v.a .wa* ernor ICarleu The governor went take In the .
,,, I\:. .i JI' : : .',$i! But.U:the turn .Is.'to be fort| : was L.n HendenoJ"ecl.; :Thl* observation point -to perio"po V.The parade with It* motorz visiting InVboth encampment* and employe holiday marking may the part Fourth of ,
?rv; ;' 'I' '. \ : I th. ;better nbsldy{ recipientdlk. 'nomld:advl' \ & slblllty all'pf the mo." that ,eon- artllltrymachine guns was met with joke and'-friendly' I July. ." i I.'
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SIJNDAY. JULy' 3,1938' (

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K c..... ., 710.. 'weott ne/eld 'f" : '
se NIIWIII 1)e MV Nees)

ON GOAST 'CITY V NLW' Toluf, July a.-Busl- TO':8EWATCHEDI 1
at, marriage
r ness the \
Y A i 'bumU In the'municipal build. :-...;. \
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ilghtplritup l'
lug had a *
Residents' terday. the second dav in well President' Tour Will Re-r. l'A

: Feat Entire i. American Property4'AndIiogpttal 1 the prjrmarital blood test law A

'I' ;1 wa In effect. Five licence were veal Extent Of Campaign -,

E City Transportation, Reported issued, compared' to a slngl. '
one Issued. 'th* previou day .,' Help' .r
.. .. Will Be Crippled A. Damaged Several couple appeared ..t.
,T'. ; ..;;... *' :l!
... municipalbuilding L -.
.- 14-t ... the bureau in the )IA. fl. ,'
"I '- who were unaware of car Canme..) t'' ,,. !
(ar.1JIdW' .;.,..) jay lean frees), the new law. 'Employe of the ?

;F NEW ORLEANS: July ..Fear t y:t 'BHANQHAI.. :JulyJapanes. .;bureau explained that they .HYDE PARK: ?T. r. July ..- r-,:

I. Increased' tonight. that the truck airplanes bombed tb. .outheasUrt would have to take examinations ' The egtent''to! which President = /..."'r

and cab. driven strikes would coastal city of Bwatow; twice, more and bring back, their RoOI.nlt'wlll exert his influence 'i ,.1

epread'to' ,the street cue company today railing! to teoo -. th*, toll ot' ,physicians' and health department in behalf of primary candidate '1'1f6. .

.' and U. UP transportation In tbU killed 'and wounded la two day .certificate* showing they whom h* like i* expected to be' ";,,., :.Ai. ,J
n_ '. <y ofthalf_ m. Ukm_people. ''American took rtug :aboard were Ire* from communicable- r .determined next week wheat h* I i Y;':,I j,

That fear grew Into trendedqueries' ,, ,the U. gunboat'Sacramento but yphlll. ,,i .. travel across the country. The \ [their property suffered heavily a* through ,state, .'
tonight by.' resident: re- Y trip will take him '' j;if'.
calling'the Moody street car bike more.thaalOO bombs War dropped. "where New-Deal lauMarsj. _aL stake. :, ;
of 192ft which hailed trolley *. Many bombe fell In foreign-con CAR TRAIN.CRASH in state contest . \

Ice 'for three week Truck 1 driver trolled districts. Property damagewas . On ot bIB first atop will be next :.
e :" in 11 major..companies were' Str yr close to IIJXXJ.OOO. Friday In Kentucky where Alben '

called out by ih.*C. L O.:. United /II I f, An ,American th. Rev. W Uhtam IS FATAL TO: SIXPennsylvania W. Barkl. senate majority leader; ? .
Transport Workers of America 10 Down of Brie Pa a member ot I* being pressed. hard for renomlna- ..' ",
I "' day ago,. Late yesterday COO Yellow the Roman Marykaoll Uoa by Cov. A. B. (Happy) Chand '. "{<
Cab driven mission. wa* Injured when a bomb '"
turned' In their her The p resident 1* determined ,
taxis under destroyed his. horn. H. managedto .. .. .-
Instruction from, the \0 "go"' for his man. i/ ".,
'CM" ,, O. United Automobile Workers make hi* way: to the waterfront Express He not only will make a **t. \

union when h* was arrested by Chinese speech at Covington# Ky but will' ': "
... d',
and detained three hour Th Smashes Into Auto :At .,' '
Today the fear 'spread to the make two platform, appearances, '., :
I' service.... The pubftg Bacramaato'i- tender then picked at Louisville and Bowling Green, ", .; '"
service. company him Up. It Wa expected h* would ,Rail Crossing ,
'. which operate ." --c- u ". ,' . ,- -- "- P. .-' both of which are expected to
the trolley line, admitted it had ** '' ;"" ;:"tt' ;; t-"" ,, Acre :bete reeoChines. BO"nd..Jnformal .keynote for 1:,.. .. "
heard reportsef an impending reports to / -
. : . knew DEPOSED OJBAj !AJJEtf'QUIETLY LIVING. HERE' .meanyme. said the American UnIon (a j 11"QUAKJCRTOWH"-' ..Piece) Barkley.from Kentucky his special train ',J j' "
-kpoWng-oLeuchpjane hospital at Foochow, Up the Pa.. July 2.
- Oklahoma : :
:__ .. will carry him July 9 Into !;(l
I The Committee for Industrial- < J Organization *the Here are (Ten. 13er rdo }fachade( itnd his quUtlrAtJiiamLJJettcV'Ujloseaip.: f tip golial i ie inset yesterday( Thr*.were no detail their automobile wa atruok by an I .-- ,<:
and rival Amerlean ardent New Dealer, I la faced wlUr a
j y In the picture Senora their two granddaughters and Cuban strong matt.---Wli: h tl other than' that electric Transit Co. 'S
Federation ot J.abor also denied are Ma.chado. the'one-time tUl'n- : -hospital-was -Lehlgh_Valley oontesLfot. renominatioft.) H* will '-'
"ii 0 to Havana,'if ever, depends fate. damaged cquldenbly.Independent express train at a crossing two --
strike any street knowledge' of a proposed u .. upon. report. from the mile north of h..... deliver an. -address in Oklahoma... '.l' ".
War company employes C3ty.
J. city Indicated destruction'we* None of the victim identl .
0, I Street Railwayman's are organised,Benevolent under the& WAR VETS STOLEN GALVESTON Preacher 79 REPORT ANNOUNCED'QY' widespread. 'Among building fled Immediately, although a paper -Democratic-In-caUtornla-aaoUior-botbta.politics loader feel of

Protective association,. a company ; which suffered was the. ,Am."lclUloO1med Indicated found at "|\a.,b* scene of from the wreck Byes that h* "will nuke a ringingspeech \
Bergerbuilding.According were '
union.' < & raoM ro ONK> 26f -to Chinese report, land' Pa. ,- perhaps mentioning by ,
t j ii The Yellow Cab Co. mustered ill) ooNTnty YAGHTJEGOVERED Weds Girl BLIND $SOCIETYWork n name..the man whomhe believesshould ----
: -'force. at two meetings today for handshake -he bomb struck a municipal school A 10-year-old girl, three wome n .ward.eI.theDen100nUc ,
.. a* passed amongthe be a 'r--
I ."" and buried more than too students and two men were killed. Four'
a concerted effort to break its
longerow of tents f, '" ,beneath its debris.From of them were dead when help arrived gubernatorial nomination W .
strike called I. "
1-1 loyal worker Tuesday.end It aflvartld for all Tale,rfrew the taller and't.1ter tf iflclvdlng Coast Guard Arrests Man In (Ittr Uenee rnw) Done During YW' r8 the front along the and two dthetr died en rout :
one of Confederatewho HOl-L-YWOOD Cal.. July S.Gypsre .
applicants to use in replacements. swore that during the battle Gulf With, Craft *Smith, J70yar-old English Reviewed Tangtc river 190 mile south of toes hospital._, y .
C.'L 0. spokesmen net the oom-ITS took off -- Hankow cam reports Chinese COMMAND GET EMI
; : years ago.he evangelist, wa married ,
'p hy announcement by rengthen( Which had a watch in the pocket, ar tJ_ late to might relOl't0 flooding fighting }} .
) today Mary sVtea Shaw DetaiTs of "INSURANCE
program to
;; the picket lines .aniV-rlth Me exhortation il conserve area to stop the Japanese" a* they FRfERS .
: :
i; 1 add hung It on a bush while he NKW: ORLEANS July' S. -Th 2C, a tbeolbgloa vtbdent, in a vision and rehabilitate the blind : : 't"e ;;
Dr Urinen: did In th*,north, near the Yellow
harassed the Yankees Yesterday, quiet performed at N CAa tat cADT....... Cdl
ceremony: are contained In the annual report
c !,; Your job Is tQ thtt non. of coast guard reported tonight It had river. The Yangtsa wa rising SOUGHT
ace he said he went looking for that the bride' horn et q a.- Its Jt. W. leas
.__e..;:__ If those cabVga *,>n the streets. and' vest. He found It, he said, but the stolen intercepted! yacht*Arttml mag* of saying Galvestonhad the Worker of the for Florida the :Blind Association, mad public of- steadily, a month before the. regular : A..., or Lees.iNSURALMCE.. .

they ado.J* a--that- theydon't flood *eason.Foreign
bush had grown to be a huge tree
'Way UiereAJ: ,.. I!, ", and he had to shinny up the tree i been ov.rtaklB'lO. miles off managing OUvena. Grimes, military observers In : I
M.anWhUIIIan TeOoWpCabs Galveston. WHIRLICICQONTIIrlYZD Shanghai sizing the Goorgians. Said To nave
were and take the vest from ona of the The of pp general
.e i kept,on' the atreet* and -officials" topmost branches." The watch was The message said a man who work carried report cover every phase Ituatlon of, the war-It will be a i '
1 said that the situation would gave his name'a* Edgar W. Peel, forward by the association Riued Cplld '
i remain still In the, pocket but It had ( ) mOM M0 OMB' ) and stresses the fact that y.arold Thursday-said Generalissimo ; '
a "status" quo" / Galveston had been arrested when Chiang Kai-Shek had "6060" :
14Tuesday. stopped. No oneJiere has. arecl to other Florida a y 1.--
communities, encouraged ..
(ar 8
Approximately\ .300"policemen thecutter; -Nike of Pascagoula, chance of e
doubt his defending Hankow
interesting experience ', the Key West plant and we want by the work
4.-t,' were asigned-to strike duty In the Although the weather today was Mis** topped the vesJel.Harry you, to say so." pushed here, have organised acconv similar the rest of the summer Gar July: 3.-Authoritles PROTECTS _
10-dawldWklkout of goo C. L O. Hawley Jr., Galveston
today to
almostas not as It was on the ---- group prepared met
ten nisysra.;-* strike,,.callea Wh.n day,6f4M treat battle, the veteran valued the 88-foot auxiliary yawl TOUGH OOP-It With the assistance given us by out speedy Justice to a man sun d i You On a 4

11 trucking KTrns refused to negotiate wets bearing lip under It with at 110.000. It was taken from the motor4de. In We t Palm Beach" the WPA project, we- have been MACHADOoojrxnaJKn. two girl charged with murdering .

on fpMlecttv* bargaining remarkable vitality. Some who Galveston ;yacht basin last. week.: c nUT. Following :Mrs. J. A. RH- able to add several new crafts to hi* year-old BOnn a $900 insurano ,1.#

right baa resulted In three shootings had been confined to the hospital The Nike tyfcned Jw ,Artemis ter of 8T4 a ,W. First st. in the our list: of craft. Instructions,"; the *,plot. Rainy Day5itlat.s
more than 200 arrests and were released and went back to over to the cutter Koodfcury to be line of march was a motorcycle report
raid. on C. L (). headquarters f active duty with their respective returned to Galveston. 4+ policeman. ,A* the motorcade making of hooked rug and chair long months they are occupied sought befpr the War county
City were aubpenaed ,to armies. Tonight there were JO,in topped for a traffic light, the po- refinishing are most popular, the with their studies In the North. grad'jury' when It convenes July '
appear ,:) .forfederal hearing C. X. O_eharp.- Confederates 4fe ..*. CLOUDBURST SWEEPS Mr*. Kilter's car anA was thrown Cuban politic*-th*.present regimeof roadhouse operator; Verna Mae Accidant . '' .

IM member were and tfUbjecft4 to "intimidation From their beds In the hMpitalthese from his cycler- Quickly remount- Cuba. H* insists he i* out of 1I'owler..18, and Mary' Kent, 17 according eDeath a'
; Interfere
1 *! The SO could hearthe band as Ing, he motioned her to continue. FINA EtoONTnVID politic, that h* I la tailing no\ part to Solicitor. General Jfcn
hearing G -
" ))9.+:h'f for yesterday originally but was ws. ootiUaued scheduled they marched through the streets KENTUCKY VILLAGEDostroyed The accident wa repeated shortly in Cuban affair*-although he say & Gibson. : jJjT:: ,' -

; 'y'J/' 1IIi' ,. when request.... mad for ad of the town and aould bear their Wter. AflMjJl remounted and the welfare of Cuba will always be Nelson confessed GHblon' said dFRO-A IERIOAN
. ditional. time in. which' to"obtainevidence. fellow soldier applauding. Uif tol4'tit. woman to continue. The 4 Omni very dear to him. h* participated In the plot to kill; .
stadium. )fedlcal,,.attendant next morning Mrs. *Utter l.m.dUIt He believe bWWson and accused the .Fowler
VAt *, *.a* 600 very firmly that hi ls Ute
contract for
? IMra* all,they coals do ,* keep Buildings By'Deop t repair bill onAhmrear'of' here Grady and $12000oontr.otgp conduct of the Cuban government. girl of firing the fatal shot after Insurance Co. .

,. ,.' :. : : |ai>M of them J"Jo..r! 0&fala' ,-' *> would' be t 5M Now. eft* lentil sled F. iBrlgbam. are'nones* was the proper one she and Mary Kent, drew straws ee N..... s- awe, ", ,,
8'U"S'IME' the hospital U their 3'1 .,,_!< wants to know th of thj| "part of a spoils yo- to see who would ,commit the .
Bight gown .'le : Identity General Machado 1 DoW
.$.'t S'-"s' I Whoa th*> mounted band .f the ( +Ifl 1'I '_' '" ';; cOp>vmiBan* tab it.- .' o hall torn under wmt the hia grown up at ottgr with his autobiography. When It orlm. .4P| Go a. ....... ,out. Mees .: I .,
'* present odmlnurtra
WIL infantrr esme akrVit IM' AJiLAcloud1 -K,, ,JuFA'' oft.; j. *u- 3L wen b* finished 11. '
\. ..,. A y,, UoE" h* doe*-not know. ,I . .
t roO wfVga, rst[ raw aril lands In arnica th e..eI.oURenaat'br6k ._ Ala 1101 ?. d.... i i IJCayor JRohert, R.; "}Wllllaia and -H. intends to toll hi* ewn-tory of . "... ... II

nififent .because wail''Start had .,to the i gay strains of, late HJday marooned, fatnUle* aJ1,4 ;Hobcs': tCOOl'lftillu Commissioner>> John W. X>uBose: the stormy: year* den pent a* ens "-, A. +' -,. \.II
"Dixie. :J'he'.tuwee mall of
answered wept away frame buildings 'and Ralph B. Ferguson insist con- the leader of Cuban politic,
looked for corrective reaction from the ttande the 1 fat Race land 10 mile : ; "
by greatestapplause west of here.On Itract for Grady and .a* president of the volatile "
and !
and a wiping. out of'a good part of the Varade.( J It unidentified ''child _, rsat raa11'oils>. Brigham must republic. It ;
N: came .was ., loa ..aww.r.1The should, make: vervainterestlng ABOATTIIE' .. VU
4ho previous' week'. gain. I II II'IRm'n. In biufriunirorms and drowned 'situation became acute reading 2, .

;(I Report' from various p.otloa. of. ....)'. 't 4.'I '& 'W 'Tho-heavy-rain*-eamed creeks gee roll*'would be ort approprt-- wh.nlhe_ icommtsslon Friday at White-haired, gracious iweeUCacd8nora ", ;,,,, ', '

"l, ,the.countrr Indicated. the boom in Nut to the. playing f 'Dixie," to overflow their bank and Inundate ate.! But the presldent'S-wU-Insisted tempted t0 adopt1 an-appropriation v fh*"">'i:; ',

'x th* .knarket;' had aided business the event which broughtMb* gnatset the small community. Reports the guests should become ordinance, : calling for the setting the living room a* w* talk. She --
confidence. Businessk "'.0"" tlU! the old the water stood six feet acquainted with real American hodoge. t]
applause : deep follow RESTAURANT'
paettacof every move bf her husband
aside t f 10
'consider the,, .. > $817,000 or per cent J.
s. market a business .
pretty girl who wa major in the heart of the village. Stream j with anxious .
eye* Bye
barometer and Ita action. : of th The fit.h frankfurter of theth city manager' new budgeteBtlmate 3! N. E. FIRST AYE.
for the band of the 1It roes W. were so feet deep lady broiled the to meet operating cost with wifely devotion. Our talk t l ,
r I last two week wa a major factor Dow of Six: liquor store over an open fir with the NM FLAO-UK -
la i post the Veteran of ?*relgn grocery stores a during July. The vote was three ended aha poses with General Ma *k
I financial brightcniag and business sentiment in the Wars from Bangbrf'"'Mate*. and on house were swept off their help of the wife of the Swedish to(two, whereas a four-fifth. vote chado and their grandchildren. "Tie .af Food For tet .
world Dr. WoUnter .
minister 1Be.
She attired foundation
was in That
a gay-jaokot. finished New
U required for immediate adoption Photographer
Bualne new wa definitely silk shorts and whit boot*, and I*) In the Avondale section of Ashland Beer wa served with them. Ralph Wllllt h would Jib RESTFUL REFINED AIR-CONDITIONED
better emergency measure. says a ..
on most fronts The
A rqyal visitor who .
buying when she marched the eo'families left their home were L I 1 1 W ,
by veterans cloaeup of the eUon .
Commissioner DuBose, who Introduced general The I
wave got under in house
way some commodities stepping high and when water flowed Into them.T guests at the Summer White SffCML SUNDAY DINNER' .
particularly th. tossing htr House last [ Jt. Insisted the Item for general seat himself and Wiaits
nonferrous night, appeared to enjoy
nietaJ which acted as they baton, the old men laughed and, ;the delicacy a* much a* the Grady and Brigham be placed In gels ready to "'1J00t." But he I.IDtercup.t.d. Is I Pansy Pleat T....,., e '

\ did ...t the start of the UM seller gave the girl a big hand. president, who ha been known to the proposed ordinance.* William : Senora Machado Hfrtmg Chleken; VrleelTosidor .'

market boom. There was one breathless moment \ slip away on a motor rid. expressly aid he would vote on an ordinance holds up a restraining hand, goes tlmmmt Chicken,
i .. An estimated. .IOOooo.oOO< was In the pageant that u impressed -' ROOSEVELTr for the purpoee! of visiting a roadside to provide the' funds eliminating to her husband straightens his tie, Soelal ...-._. Plsmor 5Oc

,.,:4 t edq oj t* the market valuation of old-timers and brought thectaycoat.d ( famed tor its hot dog the Grady and Brigbanfoantracta .. pulls down his 'coat, brushes back .e Witt'All fen Trlmmliti' i

Now York Stock. 1DIDcb.... stock veterans a thrill that '" 'or > The prince listened wftb keen but only U ho were aaured an unruly lock of. hair. She stands ONLY PUSH VieiTAILM USiD .
: by, the rise of the last week, ex ranked with their response to the gross *J Mr t mad .,'avallabl/ interest the prasidan he could then voteon a **p- back and 'UrY.,. the former rulerof I

tending to sag than tf.000,000,000 stirring ..strains of "Dixie." When might *. need to be spent. the of th* cottage d out arat* ordiaano to take die of Cuba who ha meekly: submitted 1 g RIAK'ASTVneiMee LUNCHIONt ti.N offo "'"

1:. th* ...... *iac* June U when the York, Pa. American Legion BuC; whether or zu>t there 1* to by the contractor :yes ,. them. Orr and Gardner, vetoed to these wifely ministration Bet es 0.11 DINNERS
the rise got under way. These corps thumped its .way to the field be a boom. Henderson can pier.abet The president returned to b1a this pjan. *. Satisfied ale Indicate to wree
: Mock both the Stan and Strip and the Adoption the measure yeator-i Wllllte b* can ahead. FREE'2Sc '".....-
1. : stood some $U, 00, faapreeelv argnmsnts to support tudy at to* temporary WJalteHODM go 35c'I
t /i. 000.000 over the value throe month glare and Bars rhlperd< in the his thesis real recovery ,now and plunged Into th*. prep- day make avallabl fund oen17 forth W* leave General Machado with
r ago. wind at the froifl-ef their column, I la at hand.Inventories. aratkta of the speech h* wm de period,..through .JOB ande this picture of domestic felicity

Pouring out funds at th rat of along with organization pennant. at geod now are. I! Over, tomorrow at th encampment .do mtdn21bene )'.aalarie* frh In our mind, flora I Ie hurt a ,

.moro than WOOO.OOO a day PWA When they passed In front of the rather well liquidated In. many of .Union and Confederate.veterans co money transfer. family man. A man content to
has. allocated over $404,000,000 reviewing stand all their gay little line Few frocen assets: are cluttering ' at Gettysburg, Pa. Incidentally la r tob.* borr0w4from grow old with his wife, his children .
alno the IMS recovery act became nag dipped In 'salute, but the, up bank and insurance i' On tie Fourth of July th* presi than street lighting reserve and hi' grandchildren. Hi w :'

N effective.Actual. Confederate banner kept ,Its plies companies. Farmers bavrif. >much dent: will suck: close at his desk and paid when ,taxes com du a turbulent day ar far behind.

work: on the first pea} high beside the flag of the.United more money to spend than they 1, cleaning up an accumulation of of Meanwhile, Miami's fiscal affair It seems to me he Is well content

acts probably will not begin for 1 States which U th. only one that had \In..WSJ.' The stock market U', ficial business so that b* may d ere suffering, and observers with the turn of fortune'* wheel. .
a month. Bat.PWA officials say -officially-never drop In salute. generating some "easy money" vote the next two day to co""' .psay' ,the Impasse is .causing Inestimable t
I order for hug quantities of brick,i Many persons In the stand noticed with Its discounting of Inflation., erica with department head harm In th* bond market; MISSING PANAMA
cement eteel,, lumber and oth.ri the incident and It caused a bun furthermore! depression this time i Tuesday he will start on a truss particularly on the eve of the beginning

; basic materials are pouring Into of approval. ha largely been confined In its' continental trip and fishing cruise, of a refunding program BOMBER.FOUND.
factories.Chief I' Governor Carle,. accompanied by acute phase to a few manufacturing -' which will keep !btttkaway from designed to save the taxpayer* '

of th* PWA drive claim 1 several official*, shook hangs with and mining eenUra.: Washington' about. a"lbonth.WOMAN fjff,000,000'; In Interest. BALBOA, C. Z, July 2. -(UPU. )- > .. :
the pressure of the new million, more thin 900 veterans in both The national income, now running Nor Is there any Indication ot A & missing. .
relief for at least M day, when I army bomber Several .
of dollar for PWA eamps when be wept-1dstUng :'
building ha thismorning. at the rat of about BO billion
hour .
a flight from
been .. I IS INJUREDON the proposed ordinance would bo on David
one factor In the His '
recent , reception dollar 1
spec! was more a year more than ample Panama, to Albrook field with
tacular. spurt of valu... the' boisterous 'in the some operative after adoption oa four'persons
on < Confederatecamp support. a level of Industrial ac ,
stock exchanges."In where bearded rebel Joked Unity 10 to OS par cent higher than OVERSEAS ROAD second and final reading. Monthly on tope Male aboard, JOB wa miles found southwest today . + .
addition the with him at payroll employ, who are the big
stlmulailn.. every turn. Someone at present. Tb* country ha been of here when It had been
effect on heavy Industry," one offi_ shouted into the ear of one tall] using good previously //produced. Only ODe minor traffic accident! majority of the city 1,600 worker down on the beach. The forceda ;." .
cia said. "the effect veteran from they Now marred *, still ran the poMlbllity of plan .
psychological deep South that that Inventories are lowered an otherwise. perfect day wa damaged but neither Lieut.
\ .' v move : by thousands of motor K* B. Hobson the pilot, nor his READ THE AD 'J m1JTHE :. .
widespread to meet him. higher. lain
I > over tbo new Overseas Ugh* three
GALLERY passenger, SgU Harry Hays
Officials estimate that already "Governor of Pennsylvania. ,'. Optimism over the business out way, to Key Wet ytrday. The Private Richard Hanley and: w R

allocated,. fund will bUild neecbools w I shouted the Confederate. "Bias. look 1 Isver d by optimism lone mishap .currd at Indian WORK IS PUSHED soldier named Qustafon another NEWS-Bought Bungalow
bridge reservoir, waterworks your souL rm glad to what flow ot key "
1 see you. I, chock when a car carrying five were Injured. !:;::
road and other project' heard your speech pretty can do In the of veto Florldlane i
good yes way creation. was forced off the road Buelel! U Nw' York mmU Tribnt mm* ..
with a total value of more than tef1\\.)'. It wa better'n meet The*result I 1a a new high in and into the bey by another par Mlw-J Bell N' n) ,, t i ,
$646,0000,000. 1 1I of 'em." Whit. House cheer.It traveling In the opposite direction. WASHlNaTON July & Construction Not all 1 News CloMUied ads get result, In one

They estimate this will entail I I At one point among the tent If this political side of the Mil Bee Spencer. Clearwater, an work on the foundation 6 day. We. would b. the last to claim miracles,

order for materials totaling. more. < the governor encountered an erect 1 picture that I la getting meet at. occupant of the nuchlno flattered and retaining wall of th* National for them . but tbo u ands of people who '
than $540,000,000. rebel who was walking: along with 1 tentlon right now a broken arm according to attend Gallery of Art was completed today am
,The provide' approved to date his attendant. Th latter would Official are simply llureUq'WIth anla' at a ,Homestead hospital on th. first anniversary of th* 'MILLION'DOLLARS buy NOW read tbMiarnl badly New.. .It 'Ie ..

will more than MOO.OOO: be considered venerable by any 1 a desire to remind every .... where eh* wa treated :Mr. R. g;. breaking of ground for th* large simply a case of theew reader eoelno what they ... .
,men on. month' employment. standard' outside of an encamp dividual who .la getting a. govern MoCraoken of Tampa 'Th commerce department .re: meet of Civil war veterans Th*: meat chock that this check should minor brul**. Three other per American nation of the lat An published five day It wet : {
ported "a decided spirit. of op.1mlllm" attendant held up, a cane, be was be received with gratitude. They sees la th*. ear 1C >B. MoCrackenand drew .W. Mellon. Th building, bungalow. cf' 3.3., ,Jt aq the' I.

among wholesale and re- carrying' I have let check receivers know that Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bear** an which i la to 1 bo> one of the most Sa.c.s.u.. J.. epeet'ta| tfce .,... ,: .
I tall businessmen and asjd.. "whol "Notice one thing said the at.tendant. gratitude should Uk the form of of Taut.. escaped beautiful, .and among the largest .. ........ ., .d. ''I'tIIa' "
IpJury. Erse
sal and retail. trad ar eontla... "People of Gettysburg a rote for tho. candidate for art galleries la the world la now ezSaeOi.n .* maSSrSSm, toStBr : : .,
.n0 are pmtftmm a* UN M. : -
lag to
. shat. in the slow 1'''. bleu a can. and he' nuking office:.who support the New Deal ready for the beginning of work frase-Bav Law mtlmaoug mt nnm oe .AdvrW.l -, .

eral'bnlneas ment'that has. .lmpto.I.' hi* attendant carry ''t." I that makes tie ,ebeck: peaslbl in Hitler Denies on the marble exterior up to and gw eenfr ess-.4_pu imem keert.a r*..- '' I p.' ., \ ,1 tr( /, .;.' ) ,,."'r,".'',

recently"Errperts "I ain't got no use terns walkln' for first place.I, . Including, th*' main ffaU ry floorlevel. ,. :: : <
,,. pointed''to declining lnvantorie <. stick," growled th old rebel. By the, ttm. November roUt ; ill CBsk .k, hienrebw \ '' : ,;: ," + ;1.
>> J: to+ OraeneMe e-nn with .- 8 wh 1 ;-: ',
*, reasonably, good pro' I around at least'4JOOOMO win bar Pastor: w i rGALL
mm fma* 1st. 14 sjnrfUamtloa* flla.c' td ; \ :.1 ,
.,' poet*" for a successful tourist : .CONTRACTORS GAIN received government; hcks at Mercy ,-"a"t.' !' ; PrJ ." v.' :.) "r t

son this summer. r.dudldnstocks ba I lout \000,000 WPA worker will -, ,. |.o.<,a.....-t."PECIAL. .. t, '"'.' : . ., I.., r'r r/1"
of new Care alight Improv THROUGlf, U., S, ACT ba Deceiving checks, '(her* win!! bemoro BBRtDf, 'July' -14. I I ; I' .,'.1, \ < ,: t. :.,
mint In the lumber Industry 4 than *JKOMO If I : .
an famUlM on Mutter ten SUMMER RATVS t :: : .,.
rejected '
personally .
decidedly more optimistic NnUmeat" tsewbMreeYi. ::: -,,, ,..... ... local relief who look to government an appeal for dememcy. op be. .. tI'DABS or:.". :3-1101 ,' .' .' : .. .'
m the bow industry a* *vi- H....) for a living and another< < ,- -: '" ': '
deneothat business in, general WABHJNOTOIf. July a-Tb I la win be receiving. social security/ 1 [ of .the, RaY Martin lrete.taat.t:Nlemoeller ) I i. YICIIII *! SOUTHERN .ji ", ".'(,
gradually i* quickening it* bop 0epartittent announced today benefit'''of on kind military 1 "- pgLflt.HOvR;; / l lot 'l 11 t : "
: pace.. Dr another. iX. u a, aad Claaelfiad '
,pastor',' wboee Da.avar.iX.. your Ad Trill b '
Despite the ti* the first half of tbl adore opposition to, 'I lIOJ'Oa n m. .
spectacular sure instock ." year, SSai voting Urn, too hundred Nap. : : :::
market 'values ,theContracts valued at $ TJT41 8werereported -thousand P\llJJIoua\ Idea landed him J :UNIVERSITY Tb* NEWS that SAMEf
none of of worker win,,be n.. :;'J'O a'DOOI'OII+ DOWS .' MDr tr :. "
a concentradon ,
{ < aarop. / ,
economists predictany\, uddea '"* t* th*. division. ofpnblio affected by.the new-'wax* and hour noon; The ; NEWS .t'
oovery.', They point out that "re. contract' : a* 'naving been control: i v. "'',.,lag grayer the i i awrle 'commemorat- i PQE Ftllly........ ,unlfl 10 CPL f T. Tovar la *pn' _:: : ;
covery'trona' 'depression l\a aloes, awarded to contractor throughoutth ..>r if to this t if adaed ''th* first anniversary of the 't ;: : o'd .ech..k / .
Vlr \
arrest of the .... '
uphill proposition: 'and somesay- :It-. *. United States and Its,, terri- prospect that business'I* goingq to pastor a former, ; , )Jim $ 1dlg , ,
' a year before any *ubstaaUal ,Wrier. coatamlnjg' agreement tthe improve substantially: ," there ap. CHrman enibmartna commander '.PHAYi fACiE ; ,.h*.. S.t2U : ;
'were "
degreeof. progress. will comply: with the stipulation of the pear to be a MUd foundation for Handred held.,la|..f'worehipere' Pblm churcb.attoadd. -. _ UZ P. SOtrr EJUf. Pre. denlma. NEWS Classified Ad Gel RESULTS .'\ "
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; f' : i ATTACK
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. +' I "p'rogram''' ;Said .
."'r 1{ Less' .Disturbing ,

, ,: : ,:' ;,;./ .. : ,To Business 'an

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.,(.;(; ''; I, I1J: Miami Dally Mew). .
il,.'. t \, . WASHINGTON. July 8'':-A comprebenelvedefense -
+ I : of the reclprot J \

- t .... cal, trade :'agreement program'' by

-1 : Cornell 'Hull, aecretary .of,. *state, J'I'''

"'"" .''+ d..' '--acatn.t''an attack by Rep.:-Allen T. ,0'' .

',' ( ..Treadway Rep., Idas.) ha been ,

( .Inserted in .elonal Record \
f ,by, Rep. William M. Citron 4 ,
J (Dem., Conn.). t
.e. ; i A t-. Replying to a Treadway letter c ,. ..-:.. ,
; Inserted In" the record 'of .:June. ,
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1. \\I', Secretary Hull insisted the pro- y., s 4 '1I' :..,'"
.) -".ram wa*.constltutlonal, that it waa . ..
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Joel. disturbing.'t bulnel than < .
| a 7 .,' ,
,< 1'' general tariff 'revlaion would be e.., ;
? and that it ben "aimed'Quarely at : .''Ij'
J h. recovery-of our''foreign' trade" ( t4"A, "C ..,. .', ,.
,", "' He denied Repreaehtativ Tread "
'wa y'*'! charge, trade agreement "
.'" :were 'being made- with hasty- and ,..
reckless disregard of the Interests .
\ of tariff-sheltered Industrie '.t

11, Recalling the agitation over con- --
ceesi0ns"to Czechoslovakia on oboe
., Import: Secretary Hull Bald those 4UC ,, --- j
''actually made were so circumscribed ,

as In effect to assure to : .
? domestic producer nearly 99 per 1k ..
I -',"nt.-of the domestic! market seregarde

quantity and over 99 per.
.cent!; U.recard. value"Tb. .
'secretary' defended the extensionofrate r. ;tJ
-- --- -- .reduction.effected
,- In,..cb -trada agreement to other
i Countries which accord the aame k /
treatment American commodities -
', a* essential to prevent discrimination
:.- and provoke the ..rais

tog of trade barrier. A ,

; KEYWEST : .- .,.-

sox. OWB -
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balldoubl..header.:, also\ sponsored
by tb. Dally New, In which team. $

'representing Miami, Key West'and
Havana will participate; a Sunday ;) d i's
music hour featuring the Miami
Symphony orchestra and an Interlude s

by Isabel Shaffer. WIOD a.'y1 .
staff organist; formal opening of! .
the Federal art center, a band
concert at Bayvlew park by the n.t'
1fi {
Cuban .t''i;
national band, and evening
services! In 'all churches r ;''WV: I ,?i % '? "
{J1i ;& ,j{ : r lw 1.t 1.
Tb. celebration of'X.yWe.t'
was symbolic A
:fh.Pfir;:: } : 'I"" w'h .
> ,. ; .
: plan for becoming anJmpertant fii( ;,,,( >r.
tourist city. Once one : ;. I l"" ';;'
.of' the South' most prosperous j
communities Key West has auffere0 F t t f 'Mf .' t ifii t i1tr"W 110"f ;!fr: J ; .

- - -- ._. a series of. setbacks that :;j1, 1dy; .....' ' 1<\ "'< ... ., .' .. ;._''._..,JIt-.v.,. "',." ,, rt. ..z. _. ;_'__ .-. .
;:: threatened ruin. L" 't" ,n''L..t. '.:..f""i."l'P, J\ ,--" "... -- .'1'" ."' ,- .' n ,1 __ _.....- ..,.....1i.111.Hf'..... .._; EJ.Ik i!! ""

The last severe blow to Key West '

'. was East 1 abandonment Coast to Key railway'-West of after oversea the the Florida line extension KEY WEST IS CROWDED AS FIESTA BRINGS THOUSANDS TO ISLAND CUYI.1'F . "

, was [wrecked by a hurricane In Here are scenes a* the formal dedication of the Oversea highway 1 j I "
: The auto road, which :
19311':1, jumpsfront to Key West-was carried, out yesterday and the Island wel-.
!Island to island of the Florida City the convening of the Joint commit- J'J.
.. corned thousands over the double holiday. ..Upper left: Sen. C. .O. K. WILLIAM'S .
key; to reach the nation' ..outhernn'lollt Dade Plays Principal Role .Andrew speak to.a national audience over .WIOD-NBC. Uppercenter'County PEPPER'S AID'GETSPOS1TION I I IL tee i the senate ando. houee' appointed SON. t)"
city was built on the CommJ.uJon."rN. Lowr.y'oCMlamt'praise thenew jit the r close of the lastBongres SAID.IMPROVlNG. '
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foundation the abandoned railroad .to'fnvestigat. the extentand'
: pf '
I, "link. between _"Monroe counties. 'Upperright! ,, .._ '
line ; availability -el phosphate
f resource
.Jo In Tax QffloridaCouilt ;Duval'.t. one of Key W..tsm.Ia.thoroughfares,.kqowdedwithni t t L" "" d
-Support ''Rytle ;
iWlfllams'TIS ,
SiindayV'program Include: 7 to .. .' : ; 'son 'of Mr
.. automobiles., Center'Mr.;:: : and Kr Mark ByrOn [.IH, Byron Was committee \
This will convene'' at and :Mrs.. K..Williaaie' ,
.. (J Miami '\
8 *mi, nondenominational churchservices
the at the ceremonies. LowerleftWIOD'
representative ;
I governors personal --..; .' Pocatello, Idaho/ July 20 to con" who wa :J
at '. ; critically Injured
Bayview parks, .
.1 ., ..11 I .. ; sound truck at the waterfront in Key West with the '
l. *. 't to;11 a.. m.;,' Inspection of UZ Jt. Bu As old this fiscal year. One"';June 15 ..Cuban"&\lnb at;- CUba,-,in the'background."Lower.,right: Maysle. Guthrie'To-Head' Entergency duet' open bearings. At the close several montlii 111&0 In a faU at* a ,1
JNearly of In
' t tate and Cuban ; >:s. ,,, Dade"county. had .01d'18,1I01i auto Gaiti . these? hearing the senatorsaidhe camp North Carolina, now ''I.outO'of"daD&8r.obut Is
- warships.- . M. Pay Russell and Elizabeth Ayala present you'the key to' t
, ? __ j -*- "*<-v** 2 *t>V ?' ? A 1 i tags and paid Into.the state treas would leave for Europe? by'' way will' be eon'"ji"- .d ,
'\ ",+ : '. Motion' 0Iir > >* iflftny uV/ttX A 8 By **V8a t ur.r.-i1J20,881,611getntt ft5.7 T.- Key W..t. The aerial photograph showing opening -ceremonle! at Councif;, Sen'atorPlaiis ;: of. New .York ,to' attend the' ''nter", fined 'to, an.A Jh.YWe.hOlpltal ': ;
t re'uba4a4b.? \' ,ArmyPal-, u" ? (' 931.011fOP' the) M other counties: 1 ' B hln JKnn<1f> bridge "was snapped by Karl Voelter[, ''// ,. -, ". ': parliamentary union session atTh' six'more'week, It,wa* .
.', ,- ! more tag "
.' '12 J noon'to 2 p.:, 3tegattao ; .,. . ; : ; -- / here )oe.terel.y.U...*.s* .fO.I
m. -J" .- in-\ more revenue than both 'DuvaJ .J; : : '"tl' J...;,' f.' He 1* one of seven member of the fby' f-,
: -1 b. m. to 5 p. m. Ship .Inspeo- and Hlllsborough combined. Duval! .Jesse 'J' Again"table '' ,,. '' II United State*' .!''nate appointed by will remain In'' Ashevllle with.

.', ,. .! TALLAHASSEE, July 2.Flori sold 40,425 tag-and paid Into the ames"es'' WASHINGTON., .; Mlud, July 'New."- Scheduled ) Senate\, MajorityLesder AlbenBarkley MiamL boyuntll'he. ,, la able"""to'. "return. :i 1

r) : i \ ;2 p. m. Baseball Navy field. da'. fiscal .year ended yesterday atate treasury 54,832.27. HUls- to speak at'the institute of as a: part of the delegation ?. ', ,,, ,v. .t .: ,
,: except In occupational license tax borough had sold 35,416 tag with a ----' representing. the 'U nit.n d ,
I, S Muslo hour. of
... :;i/to', p. m. divisions. .public affairs of the University States.
"D m. Opening of Key West revenue of $551,043.32. which may make It-possible at Charlottesville the
,j :' p. ... Aged prisoner In Chicago Virginia on
;'j kur) '#: art aenter. From J-he several departments Dad had sold nearly a* many to repeal one-half of one per cent morning of July} 4, Sen. Claude -Thephosphate committee, he Dr. :Lcrubenthol '
whleh collect revenue many surprising tap; and paid in-! revenue nearly a* levied declared, planned to hold hearing
X. 7 j,, :m. Band concert. gross; receipt tax Jail Claims He's Famous Pepper tonight said he/ would leaveCharlottesville ChiropOdist
.. s figure will later, be given great a* all the second congresatonal merchants, providing appropriations in- Tennessee and Florida in Sep
; ., .m. Evening church service. out for public perusal and'for legislator district west Florida The Monday night tember and October. -
f.( I 't' ; in 1939 are .kept down to a .5 Outlaw what promised to Be a two-month ..' Remove.
who will base much of their sale and of
\). *, : consumption gasolineIn minimum and some pooling and
I'FARM AID PROMISED absence: from his Washington of Ccdlouse\ *, t ,
J revenue-producing measure on the Dade county also nearly equal. consolidation'of other revenue resources \. $?0,000 DAMAGES ASKED 4r;
t --..-.; data.b. that.of all counties in that district Is adoptee fice.He Coma. -
1.... COLUMBIA: : S.'c.'J'uly 2.-UP( ) Th4 most surprising feature of While Dade I Ie paying nearly 20per I Only the general revenue ?fund (Rr.1Jalte. Prenl announced Jack Guthrie :Miss Esther KamIn,, Miami I I Ingrown ,
r ;, Rell/f.official. In Washington today these reports will be the part Dade cent of the state' tax burdenit 'shows a deficit. Transfer of surpluses CHICAGO, July James Winter Haven his secretary for Beach yesterday filed a $20,000 Moil 5' )
'e within the narrow the last 18 months had been appointed Mrs. Marth "
i in the rode again today damage suit against suuuicn ,
represented legislature
county taxpayer play. *
.tfl.... assured OoV. Olin J:?. Johnston Illustrating this fact will b* the with three assemblymen and one possible from' v to other meet funds the have state madeIt payrolls confine. of ,a cell In the Cook as Florida director for. the Wllk, Miami widow, and her son, PRICES 4

t.t they'would proceed rapidly In' aidIng report of the motor vehicle depart' senator, against 16 assemblymenfrom the last two months but these county Jay.\ national emergency council and Rudolph Wllk for Injuries received SIXTH TEL. S-1141 FLOOR -
An ancient man, with long white that Oscar Johnson of Jacksonville when the Wilk automobile,
farmer: whose crop suffered ment which will show Dade. purchasing -, west Florida and nine venator surpluses} will soon be depleted If 'f"
," hall (damage. In the Peedeo section and paying for practically *. transfers Continue. hair', black kerchief about his would succeed Guthrie in the In which Miss Kamin was a pas)
and unemployed mill worker one-fifth the auto license plate Economies Inaugurated In the neck and knee on his feet, Washington office. aelgelwas wrecked on county
I motor vehicle department in the GORDON ELECTEDBY I was telling his story Senator Pepper said he would causeway Feb. 20. W. R. Reeder lJuMUJtel1

.,' past year made it possible for Governor "Rob.n Foret didn't kill Jesse leave for the .West in advance of appear a* plaintiff's attorney. '
r, .. SUMMER CLASSES I Cone to transfer $250,000 POLITICS .CLUB J'" \ ., he was" supposed to .
from th. appropriation for administration have, theancient man said. "He I .
i NOW OPEN Forcing fee ----r killed Charles Bigelow and passed
\ Beginner of the department, and J. Frits Gordon'was elected .
//r and Advanced there remains a balance of $145OO the body, off as James'. ,'e .
t J "A Complete) Behoof Pupil chairman of the Dade County,.Bet I "He couldn't have killed! Je..e.James. I
which the
governor can. If need I
ter Politic club 'at the '
because I'm Jesse James 4
arises transfer'to
TED HILL'SCHOOL 'Reasonable Summer any government election yesterday afternoon.'Othclt- ,"
and I'm still kicking
department which ,
.' ,, .. may show a officers chosen include A. D. F.i Chester prison authorities In
Rates .
deficit during the remainder of
th4 Bloodworth, first vice president; southern Illinois Wanted "James" .'
ii of. DANCEMiami's year. Walter A. Kallatrom\ second vice
.A staff of Expert Teacher Operating and administrative as a parole violator. As John .
; Foremost Teacher for all type of Dane cost of the vehicle department president; Jerry Donovan ser-' James he was sentenced In 1920 1II1IftI1II1DII11D1IIIIII11II11111 1 .
I geant-at-arms; A. William Morrl- front Murphysboro, HI. an a ...
f lUe-1n9 Ing -Stage.. .'Ballet . were cut last calendar year $71,000 '
executive 0,- H. .
I Later he
son secretary
; charge of manslaughter. .
.Aorobatlo..To. . over the previous year,.and so.far r
Znd Are. at 14th St., H. E. Classic i Calisthenics "'', this calendar year a saving of $14.000' ,-I' Donnelly recording secretary and. was paroled to a Fulton Ky.; mer-
W. Cowart directors
treasurer Five the merchant died
I f ; chant. When ,
. TapShag . is shown. I
Phone I I43Z: were named..; They are Dr. James neglected to report: He .
Swing . Tango and close of
The Florida's fiscal'
Ralph Ferguson, Dr. A. J. Bertram wa captured a few day ago at
1 Latest Ballroom Dance show! the state< the biggest bust, Thomas Wood, Jack: Halbert .and. Charleston, W. Va. and returnedto . ". .
A M ness ,Institution In the state with .
Zethra O. Young. The. ha Chicago.
group *
'1'ALSO RADIO and PIANO TRAINING gross cash receipt of $50,000,000. called a special meetingfor July ,i/1 wa one of Blg .JgW'* pallbearers :r .
This enormous revenuei: *, mad 18 to consider 'five-day ," the old man Mid. "And .4 1
Buwie proposed
Boulevard One Block From Door . TroUe). Pass "
possible .in of loss
> ;/resulting "
racing and current I attended bill funeral disguised a* 4
; t Poor-Open 9 A. M. tTntO WHO P. M. from the :Murphy tax.redemption: the Sunday controversyconcerning closing minister' '. "--..-..
r FRKK: AI1 TP k.AT AM."TIMES act and from. thee.slot machine tax. statute. > "He was buried beneath my
Fiscal expert at,the capitol are mother's window. But she 'wasn't
now beginning to ahoWlncompletec MOTOR CAR HEIREsS'WEDDED.IN'DETROIT fooled. She and my-afrlfe lm.w.I. "will be closed

wasallVe.." ,

t BIGGEST J CAR; V4L.UE.: l IN tIQWN !. "*France',DETROIT Dodge" July. 23.yearheiress 3,-(UP-)-Mlsi returned''. lrty.D1n.SCOUTS yesterday. -Miami RETURN, morning Boy, "Scouts. by 1 all day Monday I '";:'. ,,

r+ of an $8,000,000 :motor;car 'fortune
bus from Brevard
special motor -
was married last night to James N.- C, where they have spent the 5
B. Johnson, jr., of ElUabeth '' S .5 JULY41H : S
N.J., last month'In the) outctoore, ,In -1
and today the couple was en TOUtato' charge of ,Scoutmaster Ed Mulloy 5 ,ili i
New York for a European '
honeymoon The marriage'' vows .

were exchanged at Meadow Brook !:. ::
hall at Rochester Mich' the homeof :WES.c\LUTE; % 'THE: I ... f J j' :-5?

; the bride' parent.' The. car? ., w.: 1 ',
mony wa performed by the..R... 5
r f ; Joseph A.' Vane of. 'th." _/ Ftn* ,' J: # OflNIKO l.GALAfliSlA. =. .' and a hap y- holiday :. : ; '
i.r ; Presbyterian church.
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l -' Attorney O. 'B.*Wl te, who'was; ;" .. .'( .,".:;Jii! .." ,,'J... / I 1 !
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1'e' IBeadgaarten fot'ti :
'f. .:..t ; >/' ,.' sear iis .eneation.l t be cited by Circuit -Judge' Paul Barns ,4-tr.
M 1: -- " car: e d'11 Big; la119 to show-' cause not later than-yesterday "i 1.. ,-' >i'" >"l P' ". ''r; "

e .i} :.<.<.:I" rTQ &rALEXANnE:1l.. , : .I' 1Iedan.OQ&.doQre'truok 1t7eieehwbeelbaee.91''r: why'he'.v. should not be held z'.'',.WATERPROOnN5 t j.
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t' r' ; sNubeataree:5aP-er.Thrif'c'i : n.oon
.w) kr In contempt of court, In connection ; ; nARDENE.-
fy .", 4a i ,tD r171Rp1O11A- \C$?'" ;.; nJdQ.. _Idi savings 0,12" oa aoline-S--Leg shock abet Wltb bond' turned to- -' ,. ; . '
l'' M ':n.-' -sorben ovuaJz h"clraaUc Sand soundroofs.!. money over Immediate: 'delivery"*rom'Miami 1 I Is TT, k. .J, .. ,
r pe Io,!,, su :: >"Ne{ ; brak..Denclng blm--warn :municipal court appeals . I t'r' .
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t,' I' ,: r' fo ..l boo :Don't: wait-a n'. inti,"; " -, '' Warehouse..? V '" ., ." .
;' : ( V1 1 : .. of.,Ezr. Rawin, alia Rubin, were I.t: !..:, IIi. .,, "VJ." < ,
,: f .";', ).IDILE''adyaR: 01:0.: ;'TaoIvD'. ,: : MQT. -,4.y.i; :' :;*: L''', s ills! IIOTOM' .\ iifvnrtAi" ; 'S YO'rotltkl' ;" l\ *t. dismissed .recentiy,\annotmc.d yes.terdarhe THE, ... ';;" .. i iMasipr 1 -: \ .. .. n. \' - 5 Ii ;:v J'
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NEWS <, .:..., The. third tuberculosis 'Institute ARE'AUTHORIZED (
I S !" / '
: : ,.. '3r for training negro physicians will \ ,

\ .e' : ., ...- .. be held here July; B-sa. inclusive theDade It '
5. was announced :yesterday hy
PHOTOCONTEST : ,. q County Tuberculosis l assocla IN'SOHQOLMEET : ,.

, > Uon. This Institute is -sponsored p.Ntsvr .
....- ; : i by the tuberculosis committee of _'" > "
... : ;" ::
,, ,. L I: -- the Florida Medical association a ''

.. Local. 'Grand Prize Win ,. ir .; ';;'. .. .. " """""" .. and the Florida Medical association Orchard.Villa Builrj.. err;+ ,
,." ;_" ::: { ,, _Z' ? IF ;l.\ !' Js and Is financed Jointly; by: the I..
'i''" .r ; S .P-- tuberculosis association and the big Indjidqd In Coming .
nen Will Be Announced .... '" ... .
.p. Julius Rosenwald fund of >

'Next Bandar .. --fi- ; go.' The, Institute sessions will be Work, ,
at Christian blNpltaLHIALEAH -
., I-'.!a:. i! ..
The ,Dade county school: board
... . Seventh and .final w .wa winner ,

'. t' : to u.. Miami Defly: Kew ... ;S'Il1! TRACK In executive session UU yesterday ;

snapshot contest eponeoied lit .. authorised, Supt J.r.. Wilson to ;.I

a "proceed with all ,, ,
1 Junction with tho,ZaMaeaa.Kodak .... .-., '" .. .. .. .
..... !SI .. out four building VroJecU ,
National: IfWepaper ....,m.t Jo..a ;; .. .. ,. FAILS TO OKAY ,
':' t<;......'t '' .. .... which the board already u com-
'. contest are Chariot I(. Campbell -1.",.._7'7"i o... -.. "." .. to .
8681 M. W. 3rd st:.Virginia) ftntth.! < ....- ; ... .w.t'fi ; \ mltted. ; ,
409 RACECOTPLAN The** ar. two additional school -
HunUagton ldg Herman CRobaon
rooms costing $ ,BOO at Miami ._
., 4M1 :K.; W. Mth coart, \ ._ .- Jo_ -.-...., : Beach central elementary school,

r and W )(aDd..... leg H W. 29th "- I' .. .. gii a $14,000 bandshell at Miami '
: court. ::::....-'._ ., .) t." .. .' .... .... -.. ; Beach senior high. a new school
BoeanM. of u.. I : Tropical And Two Dog building for Orchard Villa under
.,: general excellence ; '
; a' PWA project and establishment '
of a PMt number of entries I ( :Tracks: :Agree To Meet of the Merrtck demonstration .

. :, receiving bonocmMo' mention, not t school for teacher training at the -..

t1 only; for the but week bat l.e the I-"t. ..f1 .. With Citizen Group. former Miami Military Academy -
building, the last two itemi not to
b entire. period of the contest, per- 1. -
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.' .I mission .is being ought from tb.Eastman ,. r "f d+' rtt 6 Indication .that fflaleah track exceed The resolution SO,000. oftreeI"by R. P. '

company to submit for will be /tins "standout" of racing addsto

national ,competition. collection Interests. In Dade county. against a !
-.. :. 'of qutrtandlngi: snapshots la addWtlon high-schosl to oe the: next; moil .
to tho four local grand prize } flvedayraclnweekwas |Important project"end arked-the - -
ENTRIES IN FINAL WEEK OF CONTESTCarlton f. when directors I
' winners. WINNING SNAPSHOT :yesterday: superintendent to.,ascertain "how
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KA wAtlAhlA
in* jour new winners are now .. ., v. _p" local. Park and two dog soon .i jl will -- tn '
eligible for on. of Jb*_ four f2S The four snapshot reproduced above are now eligible for one of tracks accepted Invitation of theClUmens1 begin work. Th next most I Important .
1 1'r Daily News grand prize Last th* font gtt grand arises offered by the Dolly Mews In conjunction project after that., the rei-
year two Daily News entries won ..Says He Will Seek with tile National Newspaper Snapshot Contest sponsored by: the OXFORD DROOP Committee Fifty Issues ef olutlon- provided,-,. la Improvement ---
meet to
:' cash prise, With prize imaging roJ'CJdak Company From left to right th* entries wen.ubdtted Tuesday ,discuss of sanitary ftellltle at the Homestead -

,' from SUm to gOO,.....wv photographers by Charie M Campbell Virginia Smith'(top enter). the progranvNorman ,.Ferries and Ooald negro
\ nO over the country Senate W. V.'T/ .. (bottom onter) and Herman C. Boboon. Grand prim HERE \ Graves, president of schools.
s 1 are presented with an oypostuaUy Seat Held By Andrews winners win b* announced next Sunday and entered ,In national GATHERS Tropical Park. and .James Bonn a The.,meeting, designed to adopt

;... to rid*,their nobby t* fans and competition:; \ director of the track expressed; the board' future policy' regarding

,,' forton. favor for the plan at the organisation construction and maintenance
][.minas .( .. natiasial besrt- meeting of the cltisens' com work,, followed ollmlnatloa of themaintenance

{t.' of judges ares Tent FilssiTl. w. PEPPER Crowded Field :FozGorSeen "America Must RearmMorally" mittoe last Friday. dent from the
.11, UonaQy-known aoedety and taerl.a Industrial Growth Here' Cited Jacob. Sher. bead of the West new county;
1" photographer;! ,Georg flj emar As Air la Slogan For Flagler"' Kennel club, yesterday: said A few teacher appolntmenta
1 yriynsssnbe** .of 0oit4caia Iran' he would meet with the committee. were made positions
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.f ..,, and Fells a* Royal Pbetagraphla WAGE-HOUR BILL pinmta Reconnoiter j N House Party He declared he favors a curtailed filled at the meet Wilson aatd.

ooulrtj: ..... Rek- Ice Cream, Dairies Carry supply: low livmg costa low oon- racing schedule Carl T. Hoffman,
1 wen. ontstamttng, arUrt and lIIaetrator stmcUon ooats and abundant water Beach
for the Miami
/ Cornelia Ota Bkteaer, dbvtlngnWMd ar .... exanr1aTA12.AHA Biggest Payroll i shipping facUttlea being emphasised. CIa jnust rearm morally Kennel spokesman club previously has Indi. MISS RAYMOND WINSBEAUTY

I, ertreas. radio star red Florida Businesses Exempted Irr, Jny 2. "7wwldaft I Moving under this slogan which 'oated he win "follow" the action .
am.taue pb.togr.pba. ... Haarmeth : Wute... Surrey Reveals Labor legislation. Including work.maemplcy, wa tnN Oth birthday utterance of 'I of otII.d.. county; racing interests .
wu.WIJIIa my ean- men's compensation,
-. photogra
Frank Bttchman. nor than MO la the plan. TITLE HERESponsored
pher and editor ef nests nab Under Broad r dhlecy: for C. a annatst tidy 1 meat e mpanss tlon and child labor Oxford Orouper* from' the Southeastern .

- .!.....--r llcaUona_" m _,coeeDsgy. saW farmer Go*' Doyle Carttoa Miami now has 494 manufactur- laws are detailed for the pro*,' etatoXwere gathered at Hunter Lyon, representative of
Outline Are Listed' Hialeah track at late hour -
manufacturer's Infoitnatlon.
Ia&P1'l e1n than e pecttv Miami_ a yes
I Tampa "but"yew; win W safe la.predleUng more) -- Miami Beach-today.thela second th.committee' .
facUi- tercbad felled to accept
One hundred twentyfiveawards ; nasty products, involving an annual p y- Transportationtied' : "nous party? In this area Pagellat By-Amer. -
: was bo a eeadidsta'Tb. outlined and Invitation. Lqron, at a
win M dletrlbvted la the are fully port
e followme prtees :Four first-prise .. Vaawn. manes,..rI firm* governor west ... leD aC *JOOOJOM for 6Jtt employes, I startles In the booklet show that,: The was first In UI Miami?. with Beach an attendance house party of; meeting last week before the :MIami icaaI>Ktoa Port

.,, '-1 ( I winIIerL(..... In each class) of $:iOO I WASAIIfG1'UI.'t'r.lP, ; : X Respeerfing ,sated i> MM by Senator Andrews accerdlng to statUUoa in a booklet water borne commerce tn Miami I approximately' n. N. Beach Chamber of Commerce, -
each; foar aeoond-priae **.r. e< te on an taduatrial surrey' of the city; harbor has increased from T6X18I I said Dad. county could not "ge I .Miss Lee KUfn Raymond of ISO
many: Qo*rte* eoacemmgoperation amass ... The present meeting wMl extend<<
by a 1:
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wee everiatlde.t eoaspOed by the Chamber tens In 1833 to 4.6384M tons during with became
9260; fear third-prise winner ef Miami KODeI& '. X away" five-day racing Antlquara ave Coral Gables' has
$100; IIS honorable ges.tMa I ef tha wage: ?hour art in! that eajmpeJgV tended at'Commerce. 183T. through Tho Oxford Group) founded hy of objections from smaller north been named winner et.the beauty

,, awards of *SO each and one. grand- ''Sen. CUwte Pepper today sfrstrltee \' CariU. "bat t win be tntk Breaking. down the total buying Commenting en retail trade outlets ; Dr. Buehman In England ITago. Florida counties which derive revenue pageant. sponsored by the Coral

r, price winner of J1..OO. Certificates verbaQy bread pcvristoaa ee theSsnater 1MO battle te win and will power In the area the figures as of 183Q the booklet shew*I seeks to change family, from. the tracks In Dade Gables post ef the American Legion
of merit also win be show .that'annual Influx of winter S.M1 retail stores with 10.11 ..m.piIo.aael -, county. it announced
,, awarded .... ,s wage a campaign that win tarry national1 I and International relationship ; was yesterday.
>to all whose pictures are entered Pepper said : eeoaty,; and Into visitors adds materially to tMprneb.atng places the total volume' I I by revolutionising' human \Jaok Moseley viOl chairman of Upward ef 10 girls participated In
of hisMaulU.
In the national _pWUUoa. . meet ema e.teta. power of the city.; of retail trade at $73.330,000. relationships By inculcating throltlsens' group said the Tuesday the pageant, which was held In the
t The. four local grand-prize winners. granted under e sewn th* mar aasptMr law .AD Asked If a* thoagat State jSen.Hoftaxl Thefts spent n total of liXXXXOOO Airplane transportation also .b I: Individuals the four .'absolutes"Into of meat g. to be held la the Alcazar oral Gables Country club. Miss I
t visitor days In :Miami for the fiscal explained added advantage 1 1I
chosen from tt win as an Norms Fink was awarded second
i s ; workers engaged hm tetarstat eperasd would .eater the the movement-absolute- honesty; hotel Vu> mark the tint active
June 90 with In the manufacturer u
nera.wfa,, be published-.this year ending IMT. putting I honors and Miss Helen Kelly, 1M
1 paper mercer are a ectect. ho espial.._.., race against Andrews end htmssrf: estimated expenditure. of $60,000Heaviest ,- close touch with markets In th I i next Sunday. At that bade Madiera ave., was third plaee. The
announcement he. 5 obtain H
u those engaged far ) *epUed.Jtet-doubted. It. Carlton the group seeks to bring about a e-day racing
agrteuttnre 000. United States Cuba and BouAm.rioe. tb I
w- I ..will bo made whether contestants appeared first 'tn bath-
.). and processing of agriculture produtta and Holland,are known to be close In the city society In which all the individual county .
more than four, entries be payroll: was lag suit and 1t,r -tn evening ---
4 may personal friend. members guided the will of voluntary
are by
.. 'at submitted for national fishermen' and flab processes; I credited te Ice cream and dairies, The survey Includes data on dec --- "Failure to Ypbtain ,
I oompeut a. workers in retail .....118Iun.nt.e.outald. Apparently; proposed candicraeyof ,with n total .t H.041.300. Boat trio power and gas rate., schools' Ged. adoption of this pMgram" Moaelesaid gowns Announcement- made yeittr-
\ salesmen and in that In- Curfton's fellow-townsman, building Is given second place for amusements and recreation, newspapers The group! which bb enlisted "will force us to send a large day the'Coral; Gables American
lustries whose San. Pat Whltaker. for the adherence of such men as C. delegation to before the by
&saje., psoducHondoes governor. payrolls: with ntTZI and beverages and radio stations. appears
y ; BEACH ELKS PUN not go. Into interstate com- will not deter Carlton's determination . ere tklrd'with total annual The booklet was compiled by the, J. Hambro, president of the Norwegian state racing conwnlsslon in Jack Legion. that state. It contest will sponsor and that In October u.-

mere' *. .u.e.mptect are railroadrorkers. to opeoee Senator Andrews. payroll; of $500.01Advantages Industrial board of the Miami I parliament; Prim Minis! eonvllle July 13 at which! ; time w. a under
., eesmeo and bee employesnbor From I down on the east coast I, of,locating .Industries Chamber: of Commerce of which I ter Michael Savage. of Now Zealand : win urge that body to Indorse the .rangements are way to
bring the national contest from
l}: : MASS INITIATION Whose standards' ere. covered comes word that B. F..Pat)". can'didab hero also life stressed, laborGeorixansDoninant L'Pt Ireland la chairman.'. and _lord Addingtoa and plan and recommend its adoptionto Blla"..,Miss. ,. to. Coral Gables in '
{ byvreviews aeto. ,:. ,' ", fee zavernor'lla IMs,. again Salisbury of England ha a'reo Governor. Gene and the guts, .
:" -Trm hnr itself. Is".......* Benator la ...eater-1 ta.ttots .ofg.benerlst ord. of. settling family, trouble, legislature" 1939. ..

; : g rOf >200 xn KbrpectoA To.jar Pepper said., There will be many ca ldatea. Be *Is i labor difficulties and, minor inter The. oitlsena' committee Friday Divers other co tMU.. Including.
In Miami tan a partof
said to have national frictions through
berder-Itne cases a "war chest" which conversion
wMannraetbedetermmed beautydpageannt
-.- ' . ,unanimously voted in favor ot held
... : : : .will - _. .ef_... of the the hers
', 80Inltlsted by the fact*. Tbat will make the other-candidates :snore* principals both the.meeting_with.locsJ racing
't: .: ..__.;; . be '' look like lken. Paty. it to their way' of spiritual life.
,.,;:t '. '. the '1:7: of the administrator iscktmed " Interest and an 'appearance before m.4 OFFICERS.Mrs.
,, One of' mass Inltle- appointed by ,President Roseevelt"Provision la already; busy mending Although religion." In nature,, the the racing commission.* : ,
..."' sow *to bo ,held In this section also to made for eemmlttoss fences and quietly: building an OPranlaatlon -. Vita Statistics Show City r CHAMBERLA1N'FINDS Oxford Group 1* non-sectarian and Ed'Watkins was elected .4'' ., _
; a ,; ..,'" be representing each Induetiy he hope will inake hima : has no officers, no membership
-win > ,
.. conducted by: Miami Beach ART 'LEAGUE TO MEET: executive secretary,' Mrs. T.' 8. <
'" ,'1 b."f Lodge of Elks, Thursday nlgbt-at open which labor' ') and Ute ....... top contender. Paty also has a Compares.Fayorabljr"WittrNation . lists. no due and no formal administrative Cararo publicity chairman and ;
. structure. It 1 ,,
"" also win be 'The fellowrtownsmaxC Rep. Mark I aeUvo -
repfeeeptod. .demletrat.r' Wll-
Carter's : Miami
pler..VFrom; the presentr .,.' NO.YICTORS'lN.WAR .In jW countries.At Art league will hold'It.. finance dl..ootof."u4 :Mrs. JII, But i .
list.of applicants class of 200 nay act aflrmatrMty; cox. whose friends are .urging his : first thtxbeard
""' n V* 4 . the Miami Beach meeting open me.Une'at. 7 p. m. ler. member of of'directors .
f' }, expected to be ready for the Initiation. only: npesi roeosnsaeadation of,the candidacy-for governor. Thursday at the hotel! of the Womaa'BetteI' Government "
: ,. RapW.. Met ..:...-- which is at the Tides hotel menv : Leamington s -
"I" advisory 'eoBsmittee."At : Christie: of Jaek- .
when work done by adyaneed students club st 'Its meeting* last
.!! this time It would be jM>avnie. speaker of the However a.ln'1s her of the International "teem"front
The event will be the second'.annual danger- 1837 house If there's any doubt about Ready To will be exhibited. week. X
it. i' celebration of the founding oft one attempt to list each Florida who at present mildly: -engaged whether--there are more former London and New York are

'", Miami Beach lodge and the class ndustry as either exempt or within In helping to select Rep Pearoe Georgians than Florldlans .or any Defend" Liberty:; participating.. along with residentsof - -

'" will be known as the Val. C. deary 'provisions of the law. Broadlyipoaklng ; Wood as his successor, will It Is other nativity.; In Miami, take a Greater Miami and. others portions SANITARIUM AND HOSPITAL
ak \ in .. lumber pulp wood cigar claimed later turn his of the South.
,00UB. honor of the first exalted attention look at a'statistic or two. recently > ruler of Miami Beach lodge. I making ,and mining come under to building up his organization to compiled by the department : England-, July S I Cheerful Hotel Atanesnhei Few Aires TrepUol Grounds

.., Candidate from many other he! act;; naval stores, as agricultural enter tho gubernatorial race. public health of tbe city. Prime Minister Neville Chain. DADE ZONING MAPS

lodge, throughout tile state are products, fruit oaunlag and Christie this' week told the writer Excluding mothers who are berlaln declared In apeeeb ..
being sent here with delegations to :some ._aal occupations are exempt. he IB net: prepared to make any datlveaof },Miami there were here today there are no winners READY FOR PUBLIC .

.,f take part la the initiation. announcement at this time definitely babies bore to (51 former Georgians in a war but warned Britain will -

\,. Preparations for a banquet to "Until the administrative machinery placing his hat In the ring whereas Floridlans registered fight again if- necessary pre
.' J take care of lOG members are beIng Is set up and the law goes for governor.' "After the 1839 leg ,only 423. Former New Yorkers are serv its liberties. A limited number of copies el

,;,.... w.,-,.... I made and floor shows from late operation next fall, 1 cannot islature adjourns I m."bave something third in the! nativity ranking among When'I look around' the world,, swing regulations and district
*Miami night clubs have been en- be more specific in my interpretation to say." he remarked. ,Miamlans: using the same birth' ,I must say that I am appalled a t maps ire in the hands of J. 0.

,r: gaited for the ._lDc... Entertainment of the act." be said.. '. R can be definitely; said Judge ,statistics Alabamians com next the prospect." Chamberlain said. Preston, county seeing director,
J ; and the banquet will limner Senator Pepper was an original 3l:met' Ward of Fort Myers: re- and Pennsyivanians and Oilcansceme Declaring that la the World war: for distribution to persons wb

; .dlately. follow initiation of can- framer of the 1WT bill and servedon ceatly- nominated to the state senate In ,that order. Only South .Britain preserved liberties, he continued wish to appear at the public hearIn .
I ; : .dldates Into the order. : the "Joint house'and senate rionlerenee will not be among the list etgubernatorial Dakota didn't provide':Miami' with ; *; before th. county commission rr ".... Oe. T,.l_._. P ibO.eMtt..** eNd a..l* *f Cli>el. Ci... ***ectally -

'I' ,r 'f committee which whippedthe candidates If Carl- at least one mother during JMT. "u .we felt they were" la danger,, July M?It was announced yester ArtMUa Me "_*>4..e XMv......u.. Lr \2.w.: ..

DETAILS :ARE FILED present law Into final form.TALMAD6E ton 'his ,father-in-law enters the Miami alee has any number .f again, and there were no other day. Those desiring to apeak

l t", . I senate race. Carlton's entry tote child wives, because six children way of maintaining them, then we either for or against the regulations SUMMER RATES-933: Per Week

IN US.DEATH the senatorial race may, however : would .tl&bt once more." Preston said, should thoroughly ... ...
SUITe were born to.mothers under It CL rdveN e e1.srs. a..d. 1I'R'" Cat, tlsler'"
".t BLUNTLY cause Senator Holland to seek the years of age tile youngest being acquaint themselves with e.ntas. newel ti..neduR .."!...... leeiIwt: kFcia S. 'N-p" .) ia

"'" -, governorship and leaps )the field 18.. The oldest mother incident them before appearing. In some caaree.Phone,

'- ;, *. Anpa Towles, widow of : open for Rep. Peterson to oppose ally. WM ... ,Florida Autfior/ oases changes hate! been made 4-1659! West Hafler at 3W Court Miami 3

;,, Clarence O. Towle., yesterday filed Andrews and Carlton. If It'. statistics you want, there since the original district coning
Specifications in her ,circuit court ADVISESJGEORGIANS ?i Rumors Comptroller Lee or Secretary were XTM white and DSI negro Denies Drawing maps were displayed at neighborhood SUN-RAY PARK HEALTH RfiSODT

v. suit for $3 ,000 damages against of State.R. A. Gray or Commissioner births recorded hen In 183T. or meetings. ,
,,1\ ;' Tnmlaml Trail Tours. Inc. for the of Agriculture Nathan On G Man I
.' of Divers Plans Re-Election birth rate of l .*0 per 1.000 population Story
\ death her husband who ,
was Mayo will run for -
I governor can be which was 1.3 above the rate
1': one. of 1fper.on drowned when Campaign' Jotted down as that and nothing for Florida .nd 1.T above the U. a -
I ;2 a Tampa-bound bus plunged into more. AD three j '" '
will seek reelection Retired FBI nfanJBnys Cooper
l' I (,*. . TamlBtnl: canal 40 miles welt of ; to 'of flees PROGRESSIVE GROWTHRESOVBfBS
V'' Miami '.J_ S5. 1837. Joining with bar Vita rvMTAUlAPOOSA. ) Word ,they now occupy There yore l.TTQ deaths here, but used Ills Report In
. : Ga, July 3.Eugejtg .-- Miami through It represented an Increase of Ml
,"k lira Towles as plaintiff In the
......., a his law partner that MapzIne Artlol' "
1 .... suit Ia.Consolidated Underwriters, Talmadge, former governor Raleigh W. .over tie nreviaiu vear.' Of these ...
'oi ,. Inc. which issued liar and current' candidate for the c-eiieway, runner-up in the gover lOA were males ..ct-*M females, ----
( employers' nor's.race.In lame win not enter the .IIIIMIIS II, .KM '1" .("* II", III !
U. S. senate : 1.
hutty1 Insurance to the Hammer from Georgia handed There were 178 move births than BEEUUNO. July Courtney
$. Dry-Plate-Battery; Co;of which .out blunt advice to a. TWapgosaaudience 1HO derby, but it 1 u said two deaths.! The d.ath rate was :n.81 Riley Cooper author who ooUa\>>.- ,'74,744 ;U.i13.871,:

:- '..l'bwle.W&t an employe. Frank today.summing . Mtamlan.maydevelop will the bee per 1.000 population,exactly; .a1 rated with DirectorJ.BJdgarTIo --; 4% V 4%--

t ;M I* Butts, attorney represents the. '. up the. Georgia senatorial Dan which put them In tHe race. per cent greater than the state vet of the federal bureau of $Investigation IIIIMIIB Jl., 'III .HIIIUI II. .1111HSIO \ -
!S plaintiff ?*. h; campaign, Talmadge' advised Chappel defeated in 1938. has rate and I.. above that of the In writing a series elmagaslne ,
ambitions > : .22
: again. Friends of Sen. patios articles on oases handledby $8tPUBOO$ ,

; r "If you are 100 per cent for the E. R. Graham would like to push Just to show how surgical\ surety the FBI denied today h* had. DIVIDEND DIVIDEND

a HAULOVEB PLANS New Deal vote. for Lawrence him Into the race. At Fort Lau- has progressed, there were only drawn an report of ton Q Tur- JUNE 30th, 1931, OVIR

: 1 Camp. Berdale,, Rep. Dwight Rogers, recently : eight deaths mothers related to rout retired G man for material In JUST PAID .
.. FOR "If for the Townsend nosed out Pat JUST PAID
: SEAWALL UP you are by Cannon childbirth. In :J838 there were U a recent. article. t2OOOOOO
+t' plan vote for William G. McRae. for congress, U making!: Inquiries such deaUu recorded.There Turrou said in New York that _
----- about I a
"If you are for the power companies the cost and time it will
; ;A conference to talk over ways \ vote for Walter J.: GeorgeIncumbent require him td make the race for were M pairs of twins but story\< Iq the February "iue of a. ,

and means of handling a proposed ( ).. governor. no...gets-, end 31 of the .mothers monthly\ magaline. on the Oqnl,"" .*, This achleyewent 1| ery grg1lfj4' S(. cmd.n|| "nal(* .volume for the
'. $ seawall project at .''. "If you are'for justice and rightfor Rogers can be counted among end of Interesting lp.bora.. data looks Mi oontaln like n' Ro en kl4n U verbatim tram the
for all vote those with '
whloh. the federal our for ambitions
.' ., tment yesterday approved a gene Talmadge." EU-I' unless sidetracked to to be run governor for ta $this report, COn..,1Jed. lubmltted to the' FBI> Turiro I Ia dlnrotoralts The Pafde federal. ei.*. .n intUluUon, II I d''vatt4 .,1115.

of tao, OO, ,ls scheduled for state senator t* succeed John hy AtM Bright Smith, acting resigned aA 04 by th,I :FB4: after iolereet\ at{ Greener Migm6,
a-Jw: : .UttaUolan.Of ,
a.m.." Tuesday: between comoners MACONa fc-( ) Beacham. Whatever else ht announced hU Intention ' 4 ,
3ov. E. IX; River today announcedhe Senator may the total deaths ago werefrom of writing about s $In. :
of the spy
Haulover tax dls- Andrews Is
will open his campaign for reelection now assured diseases of the circulatoryystem vesUgatign,, ". to\ ** M t feme.*: te "
and Acting Chairman of at- least set
i N., P. two
opponents in MeWW.ei
iwrey of the county; com.mJuloa.Plant at the baseball park In 1MO and u time\ goes on the.list ;.. 253 from. infeoUow diseases Cooper at Sebrlng\ repUed) :::w 1t5eeN f* NIMir

1 e for the-bnproyement were colds! ; July,, 16. may Increase to tour or Jive.. SOt from diseases af the It anything in my .arttele" re.sernbles | Wftoro ':& 'I."

drafted about three years ago and nervous system; }84 violent or accidental Mr, TurTflH'i mer1en.p\ low 'INTUIIT ,
RENAMED GAMMON and 1M from cancer: orether It either coincidence. I AM
4 have lain dormant until recently; TUMLIN RELEASED . WM eorn.moa iON. ,TUMt AMMXWJHI.OUND
tumors.'Inigenertilr knowledge other' off|. .OYII"NI" .
; when they were revived' by the district Sv'
7. commissioners. It la''understood TO STATE BOARD INJROBERTS. DEATH! ; the staUiUolan\ says, DIn with whom Mr. Turrou may .

i .. the owlinty;; commission would "vital statistics in Miami' compare' have worked. M { did not sf bay This eli.odaii; fare.Ice1'atedaaed.. ao4pi( pwy "
.. sr.apl. Wleit favorably, with, ether' elites Clf the uv.'R tell iii'" eebenpoi din"" ,
( have to officially; aponrlrr the ( M asps 11m. Thomas Robert TOfol73a' N.. (/W. report. dead. at the M1e II ell,., psi" aafgn A.1911 eaenI'''.5 AtvWesdenMa'Mhd 'a

project. TALLAHASSEE;\ July; S.- >1'. C.B. Seth st, was klUedJaVront... of Us same"uoa.-class. 100.0000. w seioo0popu-! I'' bas ..1Itf 1. lQ, wm M paid! ell till 1'IfIIImJI"' opened by! ;i,19t1, _till .
Tumlln bead of the Tumllnelinlo residence Ntnf 's caw
tItM, .
yesterday' when he M hare Te9e' IMtMtt .be'e and. mite II e.iti' hf I lIlllo&IwlIIhuissjlo .
in Miami today was reap- walked In front ef a truck driven .JtmfflM, JVIt , e
pointed as a member of the state by dark Gemmep.606 E..Seventh BARGE :LINES MEN .$ ,&11. GO' N i 4L'wASfl 'r. :

TO; ARRIVE' TODAY board of medical examiners by: place,' Hialeah,' l bringing Miami'; GET>AT INCREASE --:-"'<1' ,_
GoTvFrd) 1?'. Con. automobile death toty.for the .year ,, bTONjJ 2Ugl: '

'- .... I to date to 22. ',more-; than on b '. ;
The Atlanta one 1VLlthJ N. July t--tUPi-) 1'11111'.1. of. peclainatiga' an-
Passenger '
composed ot Moola.tlorx TILDCM WUMTOBNTW. the corresponding a year ago. tavetarjr. or labor France F.rkins' \ uneiKi today\: It' win hegtn.lm ..

; In,. all types of persons engaged I Robert, according to pollee-in- :,special :.board of, arbitration,, dtatepw'cllaael| elated l and copper >
d ". \ will krawportatlon' of! ; U Tilden' ,has been renamed veitlgatlag'. accident, apparent- &today;awarded wage Increases. averaging valge4\ Tst.,, '11.817.180, at prevailing
'. and chairman of the ly'was to blame and Gammoix,was aboul'thr. cents an hour prices',fIw I rte"new\ construetlonrpg.ram \

'j I'',, 4 pI' by F. E.'C.train and beard '''of directors of the Florida ,released after questioning.. ,. ""ppioyes of the Federal' &ug. >11>* order will-b. placedf .; \
..depart an hour later '
: on a Merchants
Citrus Roberts was
exchange atbthe annual taken to yeokaon ] Aqg 1% In take adTutUg
lne1'at./v1IR'flyer, cities fn .five ordV.ta : ,,
it Miner boat for Jacksonville .. .
meeting held in ,Tampa last week. Memorial hospital but .died short .
a Southern and .
ILDd. Middle Western : 'of 4"rr n\..Jp prices _
prior to returning\ ,:Atlanta. Most other officers' and directorswere time later, without regaining;.
from an all-Florida F tour..... ... r.r. tell.tV ;\ i \l1"'M i vi ,i.OOO;to '4,009 !erllllw4elmrlpy5e.: 'I. .the bureau. "said. . 10. UrrON, -Pieid, ..., .... .

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-, -- ... r i "was dousing herself with warm water dressed" 'andthe pofloe, aftsr.ak- ''

< : EARHAR'PLANE POLICE I.VEr Charlie The : AvidStudent : i ,,fashot! Innumerable'-.ulI.tlona,, .reviveo .t.
: '.\ ' : Cop :Now In approved "e"(hen the mg
+ < ,of e '
\"'yt , ' .. '. '" ..,.'. , ',j'. .. : .:.," .... bucket;,.Upped'.or ;was thrown-and story Mrs Hikota aid suggested,;,got. her'she fide, go home .,I' %\'to.:,,.,;' ".

; "VANIHED . Of Lifev.f" : doused Mrs,, Hikota.the freshly. Words colffed followed hair of, and brlrttf-a litigation' against. Mrs. '., .t w, d'. : : JUST CAMERAS TAPETennessee Japanese Shlkano\ ,. ", \ ( .... ;
JL : voices.rose vituperation apluttered I .",' .. ,',
4 ,. .____ f and ()thom.n,, left their bathsto 'TABLE ' r
> .r5j'4S. S : ,. V form a gallery. Men bathers -'S.---.ERRS . .. ; .:.r', t', .
WR AGO ,,lb '. ::1 i. : I climbed to transoms for' a'' better .. .,,'
: '
:; tft.ONE t pit1 l 'EQuips, Officer Reynolds\ Gets' .. view,, Thesj the fight .tarted. 'A James PORT-McGaUlaleL WORTH.: :!distance Texa* MUP runner, )-* I .. tv'. ,?jj....,.

. ..... \ V Police J To Get Fact In First-lland Account Of, Shlkano few ineffective crowned blow her and advereaiywith then Mrs. on track the team Texas decided Christian tv'"do university manuallabor I' i<('';n,,':j.,.,'.IIJ+,,.,

r': 'I' t?- Coast Guard; Cutter r xitT' : :: Accident' Cases Battle In Baths the bucket' and' .Mrs. Hikota so hecould, reduce weightandIncrease _\\11.)1": :) .:
took the county .
&r "m.' '. I hit, speer The runner t :: t j,'
'' >1 ** ';'. Tells Dramatic Story 1 Police were called, the tutor orked hard, .but Rate accord-1 ".J'iii. 'vS7
; wrote and here Charlie the Cop ingljf! and .In tour'.day. one f". '', !"'\\' } "' ,
2.-uP gained
E Officer Charles R. ,
: $ .ynolder'orbarley nodded 1it.r:
Of Final Hours reminiscently Still no one ji'. ad .
'' ,; ,. : .IJI.1
dbattumo. :, will be iE 1' r'
police soon the he is known to' , .
Cop as ?j '
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.....:.-.::.. +-. ;a I .. .,.'';;:,'i'"
armed with 'camera and tape J thousands 'of<< Mlamiani{ who have ... ,.I, ,! ..
., : .. ' 'SAN', .FRANCISCO. July, 8. In \;
of their-equipment'to' bet beat, is becoming a studentof
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;- One'year 'ago today; two renowned : ,,,,1' "\,
Investigating automobile accident e Japanese life .'andculturer;bycorrespondence. r.
,: fleur.- In United State R 5 y ,
4 ,"w i ,. 'recently took' special .' "" '.. ,, ,
They a
>.; : I. \ 'aviation, Amelia Earhart and .
t ,
r)(!':;,;,!' I' "1V; Frederick; J. Noonan. disappeared/ course.:; in accident investigation] The tutor Ie''Taibott 'Eckel" of Sa ", '. ,
Toklo who met'Charlie on ,visit .
; In/the Howland Island, ,
\;:f'I' Wtivnh vicinity--of undar' auspices of,theaccident.lnvestlgation ;, -
-!'.,, ''4 -mid-Pacific, while on the last to. Miami; and the cost of the eon"eiI ,
: ," -li', "Pi' lap of""world-circling flight .. bureau of:the International merely that the tutor "hope. you' ,.
l' "':" ,Chief of Polio aa and your'' pals will get a kick out
';,. File of the coast 'guard duller oclat.lon.1 qT '..
-' 1'! "-:,'" ,. "el' . Itaaca, of local coast guard headquarters .Special ."equipment essential"toward k.S of It." : _I .' .
m -o: S : .'i: /' and of navy squadron ,;, determining the' physicalfact'of ;, The course Is based on detailingincident. . "
; .
"f' of Japanese life 'rath.rthan
of the Pacific, now open to thee SEARS
!I, automobile wreck Is to be ROEBUCK and CO. "
to wrestle '
.. asking ,
',f 1fI 'press tell of tHe 1uta tempt of the T's : \
!.. placed In partof..squad: : cars here.. tonguetwistingJapanese linguala S ,
1 />'f" &; gallant aviatrix and her companion
, 't <4.; I ,. '''Pf';' to contribute to the progress \ . Chief"Tbe'training Ray Bryan 1*saidt to reduce l vA which wouldn't do him much good . "
::*', + : 'eJ' +tr. of aviation. r automobile, a cidtta In that anyway rustling stevedores on Miami ( ,
,. .' .,' ,. : ::. Hundred. of terse radio!'R messages It win definite Information in I, docks.And .
, if. 'CA'44 tell their dramatic I story, place so the first letter giving :- ;
the hand of the court which will
Charlie intimate into Japanese CLOSED'.ALL
i; ":'.'t. which drew to a''close with death result in more'conviction* for' an peep BE
customs dealt with a battle
'I ;" in the swelling ocean. On a bright .
A i.I: sunny morning, July 2, 1937 at faulty drivers, Bryan said.t i between two women In a Toklo
,,' .".' ',1 "Often It i* difficult to get a witness . ablutlonary shrine, tipsily called the .' ..
8:44: o'clock, came Miss Earhart'a Hri 0
:Jf .
to to court to concerning j ,
'i"";.; ,. "".i, :' last message: "KHAQQ caJUnI'1f" go testify Bamboo Bath.
a wreck!; because he doesn't Charlie'stutor pointed out th
Itasca. We are Jr th*_line of poslx I :
r-'' lion 157-837. Will repeat this --- /want/ to, become involved. So be men and the women bathe in -the '
a '!'' message. We will repeat this just tells the investigating officer same compartment'with only a lattice "
1 OUR DAY AND By McIntyre
,; ''.>!.. '. message in 6210 kilocycles. Walt l lie doesn't know anything about ACHIEVES HONORs' or bamboo'AVall segregating ,
"' '
-', We 'worth It. .. exes and each can hear-what the ,
'Listening in, 6210 kilocycles. "pup,. a shine on the: )'ack'iI I Itwo on the nose. '
_ 1i'!f' ::i. f>. are running north and south. The accident investigating' officers Seymour B..ondon. son 'of Mr.; other )is aaying. a*
.:' i -; --...... .- The 'woman's -voice-was falteringand .also will be equipped with It seems, the tutor explained t : . .
',1'''" ": '..... confused, operators said The maps and,layoutsaud circum and.Mrs..BenJamln< H. London Mrl.-Toyo Shlkano, wife of a foreign
'Ir\ ....,. _Itasca's radio replied. It asked California-'Boast i Bothers stancessurrounding wrecked automobiles of 2840 Fairgreen, drive, Miami style baker, and Mrs. Hana : .
4 1."i'" '' ., for jtcKnowledgmenf: T contact Hikota, wife 'of a Japanese style I h ; ,
,, ." Beach has achievedhighrankIn Jul'Y' 41
Except AHanl:
; never came.. : for :ChattanoogAbecame confectioner, long had been on unfriendly ' .
; ,, .lr: How close the pair was to How- 1 the first city in the Southto his class at Harvard unlver-' terms, growlng-(out of their i
f.f" Ii ...... land island, their destination, at Florida Frog Jumping Fans adopt the plan. Similiar Investigators where be Is I in 'his third husbands' competition. Both were .
.: = ...", -;; the time -of their, last message have been Installed in Detroit city bathing in the women's categorema, .
..... ,;" probably will never be known. and Chicago. year eta medical, student and ;Mrs, Shlkano, nearly finished, .
", 'trr .n, Earlier messages placed them 200miles -, 0 'j i.:
,'I"J I from the tiny Island then .
J, Has .It o' .
Gas House Gus
'S'. ticsm,, 100 miles. A message just 46 1
,."i. : ,":';'f minutes prior to the last broad- Far Record Claims
o , ,,..,,n. east, in which Miss Earhart spoketo aTLa
the Itaaca, aaldf "We are circling By West Coast
but cannot hear 'you. Go
., ahead."
'Ho. ..... . 't. The lo at Its
plan"1a was
; (
Vr UP)
SARASOTA, Fla., 'July 2.-
." according
loudest In that message -
I" ,it to Commander W. K. Thomson Sporting fans of this city backedby .
e ::.n of the Itasca. He believes the :junior chamber of com-
that the plane was"closest t- How- merce, are nettled by reports from
Jand then. v. r se'
Angeles Camp, Cat, hat a new -
How Miss Earhart'snavigator
t.. S missed Howland after world frog jumping record was 1k 1

bringing the plane across 2,600 st at 15 feet 10 Inches In the
miles of open water from Lae, jumping jubilee there recently. '
New Guinea, will never be known.
'*I 1' "What is this?" demands Wil- U. U
I !
.. But the Itasca report, reveals that a ,
,a r liam W. Perry chubby chairmanof ti t , e
: in the bright tropic morning sun 1
rS'::1 it might have been difficult to the FrogolymplcB committee, n a

,-"'i see the low land. sponsors of the event held each '
However CommandeV Thom
,, ". son had anticipated that possibil February during the pageant of i,'

r ;;' : ity. He laid down a heavy smokescreen Sara de Sota.

.; ', to guide the pair .to a safe "Why our Gas House Gus leaped
'. *1' I
J. ; landing. a clean 19 feet more than a ;yard
\4' : f't' Miss Earhart ana Noonan failed
1 A 'farther than CelIfornla'. alleged ,
S;w ; !f" : t to'seethe smoke screen. Heavy 1 :
;' ,"'- '!;;"' clouds and rainstorms to the 'world record.' 1 t4 ; Y'f 4
.'i;;i" 44. north and west of Howland- 'probI "It was the real McCoy too,'" r. rlto la r -
l'I;.-. lie!.. ;(''. ably were: the reason for that, Perry insisted. "We had three f S ,
ti'.'; Commander Thompson believes. judges of unquestioned integrityand
"' "sot. He said he wasconvinced from ability with the tape. One was t
'? 'I ,qq4 the beginning that the plane went George R. Jacobus, president of
'," '0 II down to the northwest of Howland the Professional Golfers' asaocia-
S. S .. Island. utoro.
.t ion; another was' William Coe,
; iq: L Jacksonville newspaperman and
the third Miss Jari Richards, Day-

;: -l 1 t "MISS FLORIDA" DUE' tona Perry Beach pooh newspaperwoman.poohed the idea;that-

the' Florida record is .not .of flclal, r .... ;. r.
;" ,{:'1-- ; TO BE. NAMED AUG. 20 as California have hinted. ':"' '
f A.
-;. "Why, as far. back a* 1934 a

.. ., . . --::--:- Florida frog was listed as world's. x { . ,
". .h State Finals \Will', Be Con- champion Frank Menkes spats .
b' .
hsi "
record book' a'recognized author- : 'trir 'vanJ. ? -
I, y
4: ductelt.....u.RoueJ-l:) ty;" .PArry .mM. "Slnce_h.n our_ _
? .. have been. steadily ldiprov.Ine. n;
', frogs no
1 t{ ... Beauty in figures with, talent will They've never lost the record E 5i r If, '".rpR r
: parade In ach..Aue. 20to to, those skinny California hoppers."Another
Floridan "' ,
u ', t': compete a* representative tbing, ;aid "Perry.
'i"4':, to the annual "Miss America of 10,000 persons saw our event ndth.y'll
'S r"'. t fllSf 1938" contest ..cbedul.d again this swear everything was clean,
, 7 -.- yearfor AUantie.CltYr N -J, and above board. We had a hundred -- ,
... and Gas Hous* Gia
: i;; ept. 6-12. &
r Sponsored by the Beta Theta Nu was the best of the lot.

f fraternity, the state finals here .

.. = .'. will last two days, beginning on LIBRARY AT BEACH 'I
; Aug. 19 In the patio of Roadside
:G ; S Rest In Miami Beach where the SETS TOP RECORD
is kk' i. state entrlees will be judged in v
' + auditions for talent, with the final ,
;' + e), .electionscheduled in the Roney Eleventh anniversary of the MI-
Plaza Palm Gardens the next ami Beach public library last Tuesday -

"v'-' tI' I, w is ". night Contests are to be' held In Jacksonville hi i the followed history the of largest that institution circulation, 111111 a-- .

4. . ) Orlando Tampa, arasota, Miss Bertha E. Aldrich, librarian, .ti1jJTITIrgIi7mA421i7AwrntiIJLj; ILL, II liii mi
:"i St. Petersburg and other Florida said yesterday. On Monday 630 i
i. ..:.-. cities City eliminations already books were circulated, for Its largest -
It : have been held in Miami Palm single day. Saturday, June 25, L
t Beach and Miami Beach. and last Monday and Tuesday
The winner here will be given a marked'the largest three days witha ,
,, i free trip to Atlantic City to compete total of 1,790 books loaned.' Circulation .
zi, for the, national title against for last month' totaled

4 I,\s: other"state finalists. 7,700 as cOmpared with 5,981 for S
; June,.1937. .
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,TO 111 W. FLAKIER ST. r \(.
r:1": lev.eua ...M.... near ](ewe. ee'S ,
t LAKELAND July 2-Distribution I.. it tir t.Mrt nit u-' MMsiMklsf ..e4slrug \1 ,
of canned Florida see sat '
st orange
TTr t juice has become almost a* extensive .... .1: .. e1. ,
t as that of. canned grapefruit S
juice in.central state. L.' W. Marvin oe &t.t.p\ .c e t\\\\\\\

.1 advertising manager 'of the d e
: ,
G. o. REED Ie am C
tr. Florida citrus commission said te, s t e '
day upon; his return from that e= s :- es 1A\\\'to
--territory"In a survey of_a.number \JIo
Inc. \ 1
T of Chicago grocery store 0b \\
fv -tl \
f during the early part of June it \
"' r r0 Was found that 91 per cent of them ENGINEERS e's :
j qtr had stocks of canned Florida to 1 \\\ \\c
orange\;Juice," ,he std,' "while last and t c vs t 1
;year less .than half of them were 1 1 aoaP c \\\ nC\eS 1A.t
e f
# selling any. Everyone of these CONTRACTORSPile I I s 1 .t1W : I

yr stores had supplies of cannedgrapefruit : 0\ e "
"r fp
juice. A display of
canned Florida Citrus product at 1 o e -\\ Ae J .
!r'Mr; I the 41st annual convention of the, Driving F t \\\\\C1 '\1S' \\ co1.e1. ,
M BulkheadsOceanFront e a '
National Association of Retail '" \ '
1\\ \\ OJ
i Grocers In Cincinnati attractedwide ''
attention, Marvin reported.' .. e ; : \\ -
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WIFE. HASE GETS Docks .,. tb' ,41 1 th 1 t1.01l S\o1.e. I
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-- "e
..MAN FINE OF $25 Foundation! t c

M:. I .. Gunlte and 5\\\\\1.e .
,det s."oe
: '"SAN 14cCartC: uiy X--(UP) Sand Blasting e\\\\\\ Se / o t e :..:.J .
''' 4 po. Michael-\ salesman, a .
". r arrested on a charge of speeding \\o '
I f J
:;. 80 mile an nourxm'a state high coaaw' : 1\\ 1A\\1
; f ',1' I way, told the court he was chasing 1345 20th Street r dfttGa 1\\e S\o1.e trll .

his wife' who; was running 'away.; S\ ..
t, 9 \ i Fined (25 he explained'' he v could, MIAMI BEACH :.e to.'e :
-S i +., 'not pay the tine a* his wife had, 11.e "" \ "r .
taken all his money' except. 11.40.I PHONE' 5-5397 1\\e .' '.
F \ ,A note explained she "was going A'1\ \.\,, '
'X* r ip'a.e,- i home to mamma.. .._.. ": ; S: d \.0\. .G ; .,. ts. \\5. _
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N. K! Firs AY_ue,' *'' /i.;;"" ? t: : *i **7. : - '.,' : .. , .. . .' .. .
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. GigoloJob.: . SEEKING RIGHTS p; .

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; .. 'V

;. ',. t J-- S j .4.NBWPORT 1C trJuly.; ,3..- -
. .' ., AT CONFERENCE S' Francis O. French,' bLnkPUPtV FOR: REBEL CHIEF.J' : ,: .
U J5/Trade' \
V P ; ; .NegotiationsV father-in-lavr of 'John Jacob, ', .

4 Under" ; Astor III. may-be'down to Jito, - '

r: '.- I ETave.Been'!. last .$18, but h., won't be a, ''
I '
Certain Committee Mem- V V gigolo. Belligerent., Privilege l
: .
A II 1 Way For Months *, He said today that he has received '
; S ft .here Would ,Drop'Plans -. ., '/ an offer from New York' Grant For Franco 'St1:. V

.:11.7.t Join 'a, professional s'cort ,
: ,
'If: For.More'' Probes V By v.iiir.I',' > f /' S, service, V'.' gested ,To BritishROMBV

1 /! V ."WASHINGTON: July .X... Stai* "1' >"1\: plan1 to' turn ''It downr'h! .5, V ---"i VV
'-- S : .
Fsaid.V Tm. too. old for night
today/ber V
.. department negotiators '
spmtal! U New Vorlc' HrraiJ; ;. TrI ...." ; nearing successful i life." (II, 17...... V'V
S ; Miami Itally' MnrM lieved/they are I this"1'week French, . "
V WASHINKJTON. "' for public relief and a '
witlithe British trade delegation
1 Edward O. Elcher; (Deni.; \ Iowa) V trade'agreement WPA Job but It.w JI '1Ie1Ieved'; .It believed the best solu-

V : V today eyed his chances.- of re-elec between for a i reciprocal the United, 'States" and the he would.' receive neither since tlon.ot'the Spanish problem,. In V .

tion. In' Iowa' 'cloie' lint congressional -a Vt_V United Kingdom. /" V V he'. baa;.- .1mm.dlat.' reiatives"able volvb c' tnei bombing/ of 'British .'.

4I V district and'the. :4Ir 'The negotiations for this treaty contribute to'his sup hips by nationalist airplanes, "" .
: prospect/ ofImpressing -4 : __ V V would be the granting of belligerent S
port. ,
State Oordell ,
I_i \ his New .8eal'\phllo.o-\ which Secretary,of V .V
V : _ 'rIghts' to "Gen.* in-anciseo .
phy on'the congressional section of ; Hull and his assistants" consider the .
f Vf Franco. ."
i the administration's! monopoly investigating keystone of tbe;whole trade agreementa SPANISH 'REBELSLoyalisFFor According to' a reliable ,: '
committee. program\ have' been ,under source . ;
this viewpoint was conveyed "
: Ha chos. the latter and from his _y, for months. They are likelyto : : bv' "'
V MinisterOaleazco Ciano
office here made another' month. .Foreign to. V
public a telegram V requlre'at least. "
;, V V he. sent'last night, to all his county The' number of commercial I Item.: "MAKENEW.AIN Lord. Perth the' British ambassa. v
S dor, atV a' halt-hourConference to- ,..
and yiatrlct chairmen Is
as- follows: considered In the; treaty; fargreater .
In to the '
night. answer British re- ,,,'
V V "Am filing my withdrawal as thatf Involved J' 'any" previous -
Qlle.t/ta1yo Its Influence
use with
V __
V for re-election In order trade emeDt. Althoughthe --
V to devote myentire time' to the American alJl'negotiators have not Franco to .cease' attacks on British ,"', V

*\ .V preliminary work of the monopoly mentioned this aspect of the situation :. e.s Reported ships.7 The nationalists.. have long. -1'.V ,

committee. Suggest action by '
your .' the "Yankee 'traders"found V
'Driven Into sought' belligerent rights which
county/ -convention tomorrow electIng Deeply!
theBrltalnaVere the 'closest traderS j ;> official
delegates to the congressional / would bring recognition of
district convention to select and hardest bargain-driving Mountains the Burgos government and permit'Franco'
; successor .
. t nomlneeWElcber. ; V /- """ "- i; aegoUators,they_hadmet.! navy to establish of-
Jj V V ---- ,
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who won the Democratic : VV-- iclalhlockadeofSpanish,ports,; _

,.,V nomination the-primary of'June L 'TAFEXEMPTIONLAWssoUdHT S (a, Vniua Preu) An. Informed source said Chine .

6 and received his appointment to l HENDAYK July'' 2.-The .,Spanish requested conference In order VI'I'i .

S the monopoly committee June 16, nationalists' today; ;made their to convey MussolJut's reply which ;!

i has been regarded as the only I 100 V __ first: appreciable gains In' 10 days* followed,the-lines of.a_recent editorial }.,.

per cent New Dealer of the sue of Intense fighting alongthe Mediterranean .by Vlrglnlo Gayda.' Gaydasuggested" --_- _

congressional member. of the 12- __ V : coast. ,? the creation of. a neutral

V man committee, which organized! V Forces under Gen. "Garcia Vallno port where British and other foreign '

yesterday,! with! _.the': : selection.! of drove .the) loyMlsts deep into the ships could dock unmolested. V

uen:: uoaopn u.em.. Sierra Kspadaft.! .mountains, the last
I Wyo.) as chairman.V f Mississippi Legislature I important .natural defense! before of steel' for the war Industries.

With the monopoly, committee I MIAMI) % ,GIRL;SCOUTS( ( .CAMRE KEYWEST l Sagunto .arid Valencia. They began To defend It, the loyalists built

S made up of three' senators- threeS - -To Meet\ WednesdayOn to/encircle the t1)W'ltalnato! trenches,. T>111 boxes and barbed V V

.members the house1 and six representatives The erouP""of Miami'Girl Scouts' shown 't in('" the anompanyIngVV.. reach Secorhe. and the Sagunto wire to a depth of 11 miles. Every

of the departments of photograph; has returned from a camping trip at Key West V During Homestead MoVe highway. V available male has been mustered

Itroa.ury, justice commerce and REPUBLICANS CALL the stay in Key West, they swam, sang ,attended stunts All approaches to Sagunto were for front-line or fortification duty.V V
spo 8dre4' '
labor the SEC and the federal by various. civic' groups, roasted hot dogs and visited the'llgbt- CHURCH UNION V : ;: being' stoutly defended, however. Valencia also responded to a .'V
S trade commission, there has been V house. Those' who made the expedition were PrSspelI't.obockV V (Br VnUra' ...) The seaport Important because of proclamation of republican authorities -
much speculation as 'to. whether Miss Its- blast furnaces and J/nelters, which warned the "hour of our
BACK QUESTIONNAIRE Lula Mae Morrison, Grace Wilbur'Margraret Harlow ," JACKSON, ., July 2.- Mlsslsslppl .
or the president's was preparing for final defe trial has struck." Thousands of
congress exec Dorothy and Ruby Watkins Anna and ElIzabeth legislators prepared tonight ,a lte.
live agencies would control. Robinson and 1 WORKJUSHEDMethodist to assemble in extraordinary It Is the terminus of rail-vays lead- men left Val ncia today to workon
V i Helen Others
Carlstrom. who
Senator O'Mahoney who had / -accompanied the girls were Mrs.,E. Ing from the rich Ojos Negros defenses stretching along tho
f' session to consider homestead :
. .Jo' -wished originally .to make it anrr "Basic New Deal Headaches! XV.. Weldenkiann captain of'troop 11; :Mr*/8. 'Robinson' and Mr.: exemption legislation. tax. mines. The fall of Sagunto would 16-mile 'road between Sagunto and
V and Mrs. G. C. Watkins.Summer day, for' Dade / I .
"! ; 11-ma'n committee with cengress listed'Ja / camp county 'Gov. Hugh White ordered the' deprive the loyalists of their sources Valencia.
V Gfrl scouts, under the/'direction of :Mary; and Jean Schock, will" V ,
I ; In control now has made it plain / Committee To session to convene Wednesday for I
, / open Tuesday with the first session .' ,
at the naval aviation at
V the committee will operate as a ( ,' VPJtiIUCIVIICACO S pool "the exemption of homesteads from
VVV "unit that is,-_that the vote of -S V Opa-Locka.; The series of camps.Will continue over'a period of' Present FIndiWs ad valorem taxes and other -

I LV JV:f any >even of the 12-man- commit-. nalre distributed, July 2.-question- six weeks ending Augst 12, af the American Legion" home Aln V: matters that may be submitted.any "
V V V to
V tee This would prevaiL : program committee members to -Bisoayne-: blvd.Y -/ I S April '26, 1939 The cost "t>f freeing the state's .
give Representative
sound out/rank 7 183,046 homesteads from countywide {
and file voters on
V .
Klcher, \''Io.. as a member of the

, l Jan.present 8. the house balance can serve of power until in next the New drawn:Deal for policies revision has, A been committee with COUNT AND BARBARAAVOIDJTTENTION Foster Parents EVANSTON'of, HI., July 2._Announcement retire municipal, bonded special taxes debt road(except) school estimated levies and to V BUILDING I I MATERIALS I V

spokesman reyealed today.It plans for merging was
p V committee. contains questions on 10 Issues Would Revoke the three branches of the Method- at' less than 10000000. Based on

Other members of the congressional referred to as the "10 basic V ist/church was made today by the an 80-acre exemption the. loss In THAT ARE TRUSTWORTHY
\V I group are Senators OMap New commission on Interdenominational annual revenue to counties and'
headaches. The
honey ..William H. King (Dem., questionnaire SonAdoption
p ;
relations and V
had been'sent union, Methodlst was estimated at
to the 22
Utah). William K. Borah (ReP.. _
V I Idaho), and Reps. Hatton W: Sum- members of Dr. Glenn Franks program Marital Troubles Will Be g ,oup. 13,880,720. UNDER ALL CONDITIONSV
The White said
Grocer announcement followed a a one-cent Increase
committee for approvaL If And Wife Complain 1
(Dem Texas) and Carroll
ners .
I / here in the three-cent
V AlreTuesday meeting yesterday. clgaret tax and
approved/ would have been dls ,
Reeca (Rep. Tenn). Summers already Cash Register Unsafe A maintenance
trlbuted to every Republican precinct committee of 154 cler&.YDlenand of a maximum six-
has called
I ho primary been, election away In Texas froma captain inline country for (By Value rum) In Man's Care laymen, including 19 bishops, mill ad valorem tax would be sufficient From foundation to root MAULE products. can .
' V has been charged with the to finance the b used with that ._
"faco to fac. divcu..ionm with responsibility ; program. assurance you are aetUna -
by representations that President LONDON. July 2.-Count Court
(.I;! Roosevelt desired him to serve. voters-a' major step-in .the-.corn; Haugwltr- Reventlow' and his estranged (II, Unite.rrcw) for drawing up the con- The .overnor. who hopes for a the BCST at the LOWEST possible PRICE. All

mittee's task of formulating new solidatlon proposals and conditions 10-day session predicted representatives Maul materials are ,manuiactured .to meet
, . Possibility of a flare-up when wife, the former-Barbara S "MEMPHIS, July 2.-Thomas M.
V the committee meets next -Thursday statement of G. O. P. policies. < Hutton evaded attention today Edmonds, 76/grocer, and. )his i wife Their findings will be presenter would V from southern Mississippi specifications demanding the highest standards
"Wexsent the at a common conference to be held be almost unanimous in . of 'that
questionnaire quality
s{ was seen today arising from out, pending the next public V.epl.odeof today sought revocation' of the I consistently maintain in all
the spokesman said"and from the April 26, 1930. according to a statement their approval. Most of the opposition V departments.
; the desire of certain members to their marital troubles in the adoption/, Joseph' Edmondsj 41,
I ,I V fj have the committee drop plans for answers it appears that the' majority Bow st. court, Tuesday.In their poster-son who they charge; by- Bishop Edwin -Holt has come from delta counties V V
i Hughes of and municipal officials.
of committee members be- Washington, who presided ) .
V& V additional Investigations and turn response to telephone calls to could not be trusted near the V
'1 \ at oncer to the material which _has lieve they can raw up'. a better her home a spokesman/ replied' store's cash register. at the meeting here. --- ...
I' The
V it 'been gathered-by/the" Justice- department's one. V V that -hI ladyship .is taking 'ncalls.'V'The Edmonds said his adopted son branches to be united undel' .
" \ antitrust division. "In- . I had time in the merger are the Methodist Priest Bans INDUSTRIES ,
count was believed to spent more the Shelby "s.; ,MAULE VS
L t V .eluded. In the studies are those Into be,)Ian' V at the Ritz hotel although county workhouse that- he had at Episcopal church,* the Methodist V ., ..

1 I steel rubber, cement-oil and mo Dn at"iCt Duel ,}p>e hotel reported be was :?out,". home since he. was adopted ,81 Methodist Episcopal church, South and' .the I VV ..

! ; t'U' $CtUTSLV, <% ,r: '.:( '::9.1(1r ; ; ;( ', *\ The count Is ebeduled to,have ihearing :year, .. .ago.' e(*. .,'.'".-";\ *,. c; Protestant church; Girl FascistsV "THREE. CONVENIENT 'rAftpS V
.' Oter/Man ts, Wile 'Tuesday:: on' an,'order, ob V '?. fl:/: spite 'of; the :-way'"we(reared "
; V > CAMERAMAN j DEATHROIIS&MYSTEBY isSued ; by his wife ,-charting .be and educated hln%".Edmonds said, Wth, Vet: Chief e 'N ,. MAIN OFFICE V 5 .

-, h -7 esjti feared bodlly harm" at . "he has grown steadily,wore" ROME}, July X H Tever In- ; .
n v # 'VV ::1. V
., gates as the Result: of. a dispute' over-,thcustody The adopted son,' whose real Reveals; Plan 'V difrnantly announced today.,"J :.: VP"N: .111 PUDY'AVE.NlAMlBEACH.. : 'PHONE M5SI : V '-.

/' V4VV\ V "-'--__ _'.. of-their o Fe.,:,! name, Is'Jess Eddy., said he ,was group of Fascist girl gymnastswere V VYMiAMt TARDIl IIJI .. W.'JUT' AYE. IrHOHE 4--II1.If.j/1; ;'/' 'n' <", ;',

'iV New MMa Walks'.Into I, o-ja.vr1h..dopttOQ: "1'e- .- ,.
, ATLANTA yoked. lIe said he would take his .' : .St.. Paula basilica in' Rome ,. "-. \ \1 ,
.l' :
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V Police .,
S Station And 't' ". / ) '
Tells original name, : ; , ., L.
V .. V The'priest:: who banned the ," \\V. :.-} '/... NV: r .", 'M 0-,
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- .: V V Victim Reported To Have'Attended ,- 'Of,Killing. ii91vN? BtjILDING I 400 To 'Expel "Comma. : pia' accorctlnr..t* '_ . V ; ,'J:' ,: . Q', ..k VS
>> paper charged uniformed
Gay Parb'J. V .,
nlsts Reported At Lou.
,-J.- 1 "'-- SANTE FE, N M., July 2. -.Amelodramatic" V ATLANTA, Jubr"2.-A picture of FROM SHIP AGROUND gymnasts thln.on.-. "didn't have any-
(iJi" IiiW-r_,'i gun duel 'the lsIanMeeting .
over; new low-rent homes; new"recrea-
1. ......
). HOLLYWOOD love of a woman was investigated .- .
July 3.4-King Lion centers and widespread employment -
'' QUEBEC July 2. (UP) Four
by police today. tar Unites ...
VS D. Gray ,42-year-old cameraman (or workers In the build- hundred rr >

/ ( who .was' slain as he sat In .his Austin :Beasley ,89 walked Into Ing trades Industry 'was envisioned the Cunard passengers liner Ascanla were taken after off SHREVEPORT La., July 2.An '

automobile In front of Hollywood police headquarters and said he Atlanta's It impending drive .by war veteransto
if lit today by civic and
>. ,. V postofflce. ,attended a''gay :party had just; shot a ,man whom he labor leaders as they considered rence ran aground river 150 today in the St. Law- "expel Communists was revealed DON AMECHE
miles below V'V'S V'V
J'"- t with another man and two women. suspected of courtIng his wife. He the federal governments $",.000.000 ,- bee. They will continue .their Que trip tonight by James E. Van Zandt,

... only a few hours before he died directed police to a bars'where the housing allocation 'to the city. aboard the Canadian past commander of the Veterans, V

\.1 I 1. V of a ballet in his chest police said body of Dan Caffey,. 40 was found The greatest building activity in Canadian
Pacific '
, --I: they were Informed with eight bullets in it. In : ,
today. the: city's history; was predicted by steamer Beaverford addressing the state encampment -
r )V Capt. H. Jv: Wallls of the central Beasley said he Invited Coffey the labor leaders and members oftLie removed the of the V. F. W. and ladles '

; V homicide squad said be 'was questioning out;, to .the barn laid two pistols city housing authority.Hialeah I passengers and was bringing: themto auxiliary Van Zandt approved the -a-I V -

.tJ V the two wom.n! and .the and a knife on a table and chal- Quebec for transfer to the Mont- stand of the Louisiana legislature V '-.....
: .b/ man ''but would not; Bay what Information lenged him to "fight It out." The grounding of the As on Communism.The '"' .

I V / V he obtained from them. At a given! signal both men Notes canla was attributed to heavy log. i ( legislature yesterday adopt fl-S -- .V

t \ /The cameraman's bod y was picked up the pistols and fired. GIBES i ed unanimously a resolution denouncing I N .V

V : V found In hi. automobile In front Coffey slumped to the floor of GIVES LAW Communism and directIng -
V of the Hollywood at the barn-with eight 'outlets The fourth birthday anniversary V V .
postofflce In his state and municipal officers
tp "
\ noon Thursday. had teen dead body. Beasley said. Beasley incurred of SuzanneVwas the occasion ON TAX ELECTION stamp it out. The legislators also '\ 'V _ VV ; :,,.. V ,
VP more than 10 hours and thousands a flesh wound. of a charming children's party condemned New Orleans activitiesof V V V
V i 'I'V of persons, had! passed his automobile The man was held on' murder Tuesday afternoon: tendered by (Special. i* Miami Dally News) the Committee for Industrla V

I before 'his body was dls charges pending 'an investigation.! Ill's.' Marvin_C. Merrifleld at her TALLAHASSEE July 2.::"Attbr, Organization as a "communistic', / '.
n t 'covered. lome on 1I jjourtn sc.,. me aamtlest ney General George
Couper Gibbs movement)
( of decorations and favors anda -....
INSTITUTE la an opinion ...
READY replying to an Inquiry men will be the
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lovely cake with "all the
to from
County School Supt. backbone of an early movement to
FOR WORLD STUDY delighted the little guests, who J. A. Janilaon, Stuart rules that drive out of the country every foreigner L
were: -Barrett
V1l :, Stewart all
..J-- Angle Bobby special school district taxxvlec- who Is here preaching opposition -
Eddleman. Kenneth V
Sons must be advertised in to the last real democracy
I (57 Valti4 ton)
j, V TALLAHASSEE July :3.-...(UP) Cassels Peggy Ruth WatsonChristine .: .
1 CHARLOTTES VILLE-Vs ,. if one exists in the on earth-the Unfted States of
.t Florida tax miUage for stats.government July Cassels, Rosanne Hewel! county... America." Van Zandt declared. V
2.-Y-Three thousand and
delegates, Including Ronald Plckard.
it' purposes remained! at last "It; is opInion-It -- -
high my is the man- '
JV '. Ivtll l today for the fiscal government officials Moth raCt the children were entertained -
year new diplomats datory duty of the board of
economists public
V clergymen on the lawn while the Birds Become '
J ,
;year. instructions
and students to publish the V'L
V. are expected here little, ones played notice V
'. Gov. Fred- P. Con yesterday set tomorrow: fOr the 12th annual gamep.V in a newspaper when there I.a Is 1 :
session ;
'! the levy at 1% mills, identical with of the University of Virginia's newspaper in the. county. To do Car Qeanersv V : h

/ tV. that .of the fiscal year whlch; ended Institute of Public Affairs. This Nella June Nelson; invited about otherwise would Aeto disregard >, i , .,

Ji Thursday. The governor Hid, 'in year's institute Is to be devoted to 20 little friends to her home at 0 mandatory requirements of the : \' .

( V a -memorandum to Comptroller J.' an jiltha\l8tLveanalyll. and discussion K. Ninth st. by personally deliv statute and possibly' invalidate the V (B,. v..1et r-o, 1
t :V M. Lwe. that,"It. Is not : ered'dainty cards Monday after- .
my intention of economic electionGeneral '
stability and social ; Gibbs wrote ST. JOSEPJI M6 July's.Filling :...
noon. It "
was a happy .
to change the state mlllage. security gathering ,
throughout the world. .
.1 \ I The millag is the second lowestIn For IS days speakers will discuss of several members of Miss Hub- QUAKE station operators today ) "

V II stall! hlatol')', The tax last year various phases of social security bards' class at school. with other '5 ROCKS TURKEY solved the problem of removing j
raised a little' .more' !i'n'$1.000,000Revenue and economic: health. friends and the -little hostess received ISTANBUL, July 2.-(INS)-The truck bugs'radiators.from automobile They caughtsparrows. and .'.. '
some lovelY rifts n* they f ,
PV ; . POpulace
: of a wide '
V assembled to vhelp her celebrate;: .area of TurkeynEurope Inserted them '> -', ,

II 1 JTNEGRO BANDITS GOODGRATN CROP her eighth birthday anniversary. tOday was thrown In a panic through the Crank slot In the TI TI .

Games and refreshments when three short, but volant grill,.1St them feast on the In-
-t AIDING w DUSTBOWL -- "" ,- earthquake shocks rocked V ___ _
;: E SCIVWIT1! $56 enjoyed. V Istanbul sectsthen turned--them- loose -- '. --
at 2:45:
V V VV p. m. when the job was) done .. .
V .
KANSAS CrrrTMo.. July 2.UP.The ... .
Three negro bandits, one ,of them ( The -covered-dish supper, and --
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ic V armed,, 'bat night held up the harvest, rated Southwestern the best in wheat seven social enjoyed by the Friendly BIble Terror Fatal To Trapped Man -I ; '. 10\0\\ : :

V driver of ft beer -delivery truck and years and-:perhaps the second, class of the Community churchon 'i. ':' ,-
i1 V hlj helper-at N.W. Third avs. and best the first Monday of each month
history hit its full ;:
V V 13th st. and .escaped with $56 and ; stride today. has been postponed this month I- V .. .
In far. western
V .5 wrist watcli;. *. V harvest Kansas this year's until the V llth when Mrs. M. C. Rescu Miners Clear ford and' Wlllard Elmorsj who WIOD . : .
The, victims-.Thomas Corbeti.V me nt even more than Immediate -,Merrifleld will-be hostess.. : ,
..prosperity.The: bumper were Injured seriously, but. not
'1S10: N./ W. 26th st, and Wilson V ,
; crop from that Away 42OQd Tons After crltlcaJ r. / . .' '""
"Blount 1* N'E.2itb st.- told V region: meant ;that !
,policiVthe Circles No 1 and .
.will hold .
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what. h. .
been the dust bowl'. for The other victim of the crash .
''V... from three negroes alley suddenly appeared the last six -years has\wlthln, V'a their luncheon on July 13 with S .Mine Cave-In I was Red PalnUr: ; brother o'f Lloyd. .. ,,'
an as they were lira Elmer ,
few mstnths become vital ton,, president of For'18: hours '/''Red: Painter listened '- I .. '
entering the. truck after'making: a part of -
.If 5V .. " a th..:nation's'bread ),owL- the ,.Woman's auxiliary of theCom- to the rescue worker digging at / : > _
ls delivery <. :& : :}
". ,, ' munity church at her home near' ) Bv5ftVpJ, ;. : :
,. /"! Polio Marched the nelghborr " OpaLockaMembers ( ,_) their fastest pace to free him from : ,,
SCRATCH .of Circle .PRACO.: : Ala the debrlsVAt first, he cheerful
BRINGS July .2.Rescue was :
hood irace DEATH- .
: 'but found no the .
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1 will m et SUNDAY 7
with their 'chair
,!. .L; bandltl- S V ." - woi kers grime-covered and,weary and told the rescuers ,he was IGHT.,.7 O'CLOCK :

/.. ..!. V'V '" , V LAUREL Miss, July 2.-INS) man, MrLVMrifiel&Vnd'V go .,.ID'body a :Vtr; '2' houn' ot swinging picks uninjured except'' for a huge rock j" V V : f' VV I ;
; Infection ,. .04 shovels and. timber which had fallen V V ," : .
IpUtGL4SiS:; ,NAMED. cauSed\by a scratch to todayfinished' clear on '. 'r- V'V': ;
ing 42,000 tons one of his 'feet. V V S V V* VS
day had' cost the life of rock and coal V V .
V '.:: v :TP HEAbSEC; BODY Graves 'f'The youth -was V ;The three -Klein %pys, Joseph, which; crashed from' he, roof of The trapped miner became uneasy a Dori .Amech, *,. . Charlie McCarthy: Edgar' *V '' ,
Allan and Victor a Coal and afraid when ,the hourslowly V V \
six' V .
>.i - VS V, iS i scratched by.harness on Philadelphia t chamber.killing miners V I V V "-
a of '
'>4 4V |seam
V :V "WAS 1 '-- horses he .W&8.lworklnc., Graves are having fine visit with their and.Injuring three.. V V : ticked away and the'reach- .. .Bergen . the Stroud Twins . :Dorothy 'V\ ,
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grandparent "Tbe body of sixth'victim ers V did not reach ,.him. He called ; V V
I Thei securities and was a student;*! the Jones l. ,Mr. and -Mrs. San-i the ., V
'excbanl" .oom.I Junior college. ; County'. deri7.evy. .on W t.. Fourth sU They BUI Peffer, was brought to 'th* frantic pleas.of'"hurry.; His volet i ; V Lamour . Guest Stars : .
I 'mission V V announced'-today. reeleotlon -' X Vt1: V VIII remain unto Spt.-. urface..thls mornfitgRescuers' /. : became weaker, :hysteridaU ". .- what q4owIV ; /_::
MBekBB : ;
of William' rK a av :
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Douglas ALLrN 'ESTATE ., earlier had 'recovered Red Palnljer"was,,still alive, how- YoUr VS 5 V
; LISTED ----- : ticket is tadi \
'chairman dial V
V for-the fiscal year end- 'Mrs. the crushed bodle*' of J, Z. Wln- evcuvwhen the yovf, : iurriedi fio.WJODf"[ _
V 88 Mr. and W.'l'.Tbomp'aoare ,( \ rescuers finally S V : \ ; I,. I
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. June 1939., Douglas wit ap"polntcd 1'.1i7'; caid.', assistant X- ''j'l" ,
3-alP\ rtntendent of 'Ik.
\ La, ) now living at 850 K. EI.htb..L sqp freed hfm. He was placed on '* -.." i. x0. V ,
\ V commissioner Jn : January Mrs. Florence Love Allen, widow Their daughter, jane I. visiting the mine .operated :the XIabam-\ lift an3 slowly carried to the .suT* :' :. '" ,' V. , \.. ,. V, \
S V V 1896: to fill the unexplred term of. Gov. Oscar- K. Alien, left an datives in Lakeland ,and Will Product CoUoyd.fPalnt! r.J Howard face. As the lift stopped ,at the V V :J.F . V V of : 10\. .

S of Joseph KennedHe'became estate of more than $200,000 it was with them'later to .North_ Carolina go Morgan and V Leonard,DocklnA surface entrance of the mine, 610"on..the DiaUo-t.. V : '

.chairman in September,.1937, V VV i revealed by.: her axtcutoc todayJ' for, the remainder of th* 'The V emergencycrewa, rescued Paiutei. :) -of-shock 'Indueed by : "Tops"in Radio! "
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('t i 'I'': l.,. ; (' tar''s"Flrst.AIn'nc'aIi o'' Film" .' ; -.\ : 'j'' 6RT.:6Fiiiii 5'I' .' Screen Stars" 'Find( It Wise \ ' ; .. : : (
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;\' t..i i :,'', I,; ;' ,"<;" 'j To,-Show" At. tl.Lincoln I'' Theater ,,;"S ', SEAS"Coming-., t''II, 5, -'-'t,,10.,..' ''-. oJ'...S: q .' To Be Lavish As Gift_ Givers :, ) .:

Ii. .' ) : ., ... ;A FricJay'tothey.polony: f ,.- -_. ,-_' -5-- ', '

'.'ft": .\', \y..: ,Colony Schedules 'Tort ,Of Seven' Seas" After ,) viHi'Maurtetr : Careers Sometimes Hindered -pretly deiplsed.. little group that -

':. 4 " :t) :Delayv y: Hays Office;'. "Fast Conipany" "' not'only forgets .the help, but Is

,! '.' '" 1'. :- '.',' ,', ., Features Melvyn Douglas. 'O'SuflinJohnBael: ; ;' I r -: ; ; : Jf. Players "Fail thankless. and openly antagonisticduring Jt
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'kits : I'," \", ". _.' ; iW l To"Shell Out. the making of a film
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; : ,. friose In"the latter classification
Q4 ,' By mootrn COHEN 5.
..;;.;.;.4 v. ,,' :, ", (MUn DaD,,Mmn AMtoawa Miter) : .. r. rendWla -':' --:- are never too photographed,
Bee.I'4T ''1% .r BABOLDISIS. ,IEFFgaIIANcsntb : : .' I
\ The French- they are a' peculiar-rice ; or lighted and often their facial t
according to
, : ,a -p / ( ( (; Nartk Ami f Hrwfpapar.AIUajK
.: !:'I ;" well-known disrespectful ditty. A rather charming :case *. I..., \ makeup looks like a plaster cast. ,

...: '!.: '. In point la Danielle Darrieux (pronounced Dan-yell Dar- HOLLYWOOD Cat, luly 8.-It One day recently, a huge.-vlamp

: .. '4' i. yuh, the. latter stressed on'the yuh": as'in' "where d'yuh Isn't compulsory for stars to &1v.pre.eata crashed SO feet from th. rafters ,
barely stingieststart
missing one of the
}o l ,' t'ink'yuh'l'Q goln'fl.) Last October Mile. Darrieux arrived _' ) S -5 to studio workers-but It In town. No .one! has been \

". I: t ,in ;Holylwood! with a husband named Henri, Decoin,.a helps a' lot.., Careers' aren't''made, able to figure out how it happened! ,

,j dog; named, Flora, an anonymous bull fiddle, and 47 trunks c hat: way. but they're sometimes as the\.qulpm.nt was well an-. ,

\ 1 I. \ of, Rue de la'Paix-: fInery From March 21 to May 13 she 5 hindered If stars don't show a chored. I '

-\ r"' 'j- made a"p'icture"for-Universal'called ""The Rage ;of Paris., tendency' out ,once In.a naturally The most feet generous the best givers service.quite , I 1

: S ,:> 'j[..:.. which will definitely open at.the Lincoln next,Saturday.; while.. That Is why, the stage of a Joe. I

., : ... 'f... When signed by Universal last'U Lee Tracy's: ,recent petitl&t asking Penner or Mae West picture always I

St,\ ,:,: In summer. after. "completing her role, health and opens at the Colony _-1 that such gratuities ,be exempt hums with.,'a.e.tlvlty. and good'
"Mayerllng .which ivfotf the cheer. Among all the stars in
S 1987 on Friday. ed from -federal taxation 'on the ,
A , .York critic prUe tothe Hollywood, Joe anil Mae are con- :
that nece.llartexpen.e
best Marcel Pagnol's _play. "Fanny, ground they are a
foreign film, she could
-- ...not...speak, a.word-ot.' ,thetongue was known first,in its movie trans building's career -:,ceded to be most magnanimous in"
c--- TheftS attitude toward' "the help.
'I lation Is eagerly the \
of as "MadelonT"then as TJfe beingeyed by
'N Shakespeare and James. .
t 4 JoyceShe After each --all----- -
had on the Waterfront and finally 4 _' entire film .colo'flyTwhlcl1li'reminded } Joeytreats
to Jearn in six months \
; I \.\ Eager to learn the worst about as "Port of Seven Seas." It was 'that glft\givlng has developed the help on his stage to, a nice' ,

\, ". ,' S our language panlelle' decided to originally planned Jia a starring "FA: T, COMPANY"LOpens Into a potent\, _lubricant In gift and a big paity. .at a \expensive "
'vehicle for ;Wallace but ad- greasing the all night; club.: \
Beery- screen
,\ S l' learn from the ,plays of, Eugene runwaysNfor
vance reports announce that theI Tuesday at.t11;' clebrlties. \ Marion Davies rewards members \
O'Neill and the no"ela.of SlnclalLewis. -
:.',' I real stars are Maureen O'Sulllvan Colony theater with Melvyn t; 1 Any success a player achieves; on of her units lavishly in return :for
;' and. Frank Mprgan. the is due in a. large measure the slightest favor and consequently
.5 : As a. result, she turned up In Florence"Rrce screen '
Hollywood talking like Anna The story deals with a young Douglas, ; to the co-ordinated efort of worker..trlv.. to become attached -

:,\ ( Christie, with overtones of' Bab- girl whose lover could not resist and Sheppard Strudwick several factions-director, camera to her-payrolls.
S the sea and who turned liP her Listed among the spectacular
bitt. This, In a French accent featured. crew, electrical crew, make-up\ex-
.. biological predicament to marriage and of the givers of Fllmtown are .Joan'awford
.\y which she was 'enjoined. by contract .-. ports even members
- with a kindly understanding'older -S Clark Gable Merle
d ,, _against losing presented wardrobe, prop and carpentry departments.
such man. Miss O'Sulllftan. plays, the year'would be the : Oberon, Jimmy Cagney Carole, "I'
L possibilities for comedy and prediction we ??v 0 .
part' of: the girl, Mr. Morgan Is ; Lombard and Kay Francis. 5-
eneraJ''cbarm that, It sent Authors wrote on our slate three or four Many players Hollywood give ,
, i. "Bruce Manning. and .ITellx seen as the older man and. John. months ago that Norma Shearer S$* presents to the workers on the set In gathering the names of Holly ;
.5 Jackson ,totheir .typewriters in Beat as,the young mariner. would play the role of Scarlett in because they're naturally generous. wood's generosity ringleaders we '

paroxysms of script revision. TfiVee\ "Gone With the Wind.". We had Others fottow precedent and give heard' other important people .
\ S S( months were neededto, ; adjust "Fast Company"Three inside Information that Selzaick 1 In a cold-blooded business man. mentioned too. We were told of .\ ,

'S ' I their story to,these.!. International thousand books Includingth would form an alliance with -._'wIW& ner."Some don't bother about gifts the S,000-a-week male star who ,
\_ S phonetlcaN, rarest volumes In the studio MOM 'for this production and "- .s.j5-,,--- - -------- I after a picture is finished because steams uncanceled postage stampsoff ;

5', '5S 5 1 Miss Darr&eux stands about five research department were used since Miss Shearer controls "ACTION FOR SLAN I they say, they don't believe in tip' return envelopes senthim by :. ;,
c! feet, four with a ,dressmaker's for,'the largest book"store/set of, MC-G-M it was only natural that ping. his fans; of (feminine star who .
'-' 1 dream of a figure .In' spite of biscuit the year as a background for she should pluck this prize role DER"-At the Lincoln ihe"THE.. RAGE OF PARIS"-Coming Friday to the Lincoln I Then there's the small and se- pesters the publicity boys' regularly -*'.

and hominy grits. She COn- scenes in Fast Company." romantic for hjerself. Gable of course, wasa trying to chisel freeransporta$ ;

S \ trola her curves by exercise. BerN mystery drama exposingthe minor reason for the tie-up between ater Wednesday .starring theater with:; Mcha; Auer and Danielle; Darrieux masse and IndlvldauHy and does tlon on plane trips East, and of thehighsalaried
. stolen rare book,racket, which Selznlck- and Metro, and he Clive .
"..., eyes are green and "her hair honey Brookr not like to be held down, comic who followeda
N - "brown-Bhrharthe-gaYOtr'of"'tbe opens.theCoIOlU"Tuuday.Iel lsanaturalfor'th.partoflthett.. . crippled newsboy across the lot
\ .
-- --- Mickey Rooney now 18.. Is ,tryIng
"\ :Gaul and disdains tantrums. She vyn Douglas plays the patt. of a IX Selznlck and Metro combined I - to' retrieve' -twopennte..* ebanCI-
to taller but can't, and
N5 has no superstitions excepJTlora sleuth with Florence Rice i could get Leslie Howard for Ash- leading male role in The Big Little SHEILAH GRAHAMIN grow after purchase of ,a newspaper.
will make swell
a marital -
i and her bull 'fiddle.' These nave attractive wife and office manager leyNjanet Gaynor for Melanie and Person, one of the most successful -
.. who,.helps/her husband to track of Miss Murray's early -financially, and from a
N bean on the set for every picture Charles: Winnlnger for Gerald
'N ,she has"made. Joe Valentine, cameraman -> rare book' thieve: ,Others featured O'Hara, It would Indeed be a prize films Rudy's star began its HOLLYWOOD character point of view. Unfortunately PICNIC IS TUOtVTEDv

N . for "The: Rage of Paris," in th.-iast'are. Claire Dodd. Louis package. Walter Connelly la slated flashing ascent after that picture's Mickey recently opined, I
- "Marriage Is the bunk-no dame Townstond Club 1 win hold \
N says she has two facesf A profile Cern Shepperd! Strudwick for the Gerald O'Hara part, but release. a
'. 'S N for strong drama and a frontal Mary Howard. Douglas Dumbrllle. We can visualize no one but Win Reissue of 'The Sheik* ofcou..e. catches me. Ah, well there are basket picnic In Lummus park, \ .

. ;-...,/ face of elfin charm for blithe Nat l'endletonand... -George Zucco. finger in the role of'the colorful can only be accepted as a (JepJ'l'laht. 138, by the North AnwilnuNewspaper I good Impression. Tyrone prefers stilt. those others for us daydreamers. 5 N.p.W.m.Third Tuesday.ave. and Third 'at.. at ':
another interestIng - NS Irishman. velty. With all due respect toe ...
sceneswhlch is AII !
'-N ...011".. BrookFourteen 'Indoor life, has a horror of sunbathing .
I '.Dec illarlty. XBiological. If, by, chance. Gable were. unavailable ,ery one concerned in Its making HOLLYWOOD ,. ....
: i Cal. 2.
July -
It years ago for the role Selznlck hada It probably will be the funniestpicture Is a dreamer affected fParamounfl1enllei 'ALWAYS :
: Predicament ',' brought forth Its first Importantfilm. will this We Have you (the ladies) ever playeda THE lEST'
dark horse,In the background by you see year. with moods, and inclined! to be J
I "Port of Seven. Seas" 'iI.ldup It" was called "Woman to th*'name of Anthony, Averill, who recommend it, not superciliously, I mental game called "1 wonder self-centered. "I hate having to .. ,
Several months by-a word ot..caution Woman, and It was. a triumph his debut in but with enthusiastic cheers floor- ,
." / : makes screen "When What it would be like to be mar. GINGER DOUGLAS
consider else.
'" Ii/ from the Hays office ,because for everyone. concerned S with. Its Were You Born?". which opens stomping and catcalls, so that,you someone when I .
i4xr'S -' (-- -- '.of an unwed-mother,,scenehas production. M the Rex on Thursday with :Mar- may keep undimmed for as long as i I tied to him? (the* him being the want to do anything he' told me cis MIRJ

f..;; : ; 'tF / been finally\.given a. clean bill of The leading man was actor''l1&med'a strug- garet Lindsay and -Anna May possible( 'your memoryof Valentino's. newmanone has just left.) It'sa recently. And yoii know what that COD4U' ,\.0 t
!rUng young English Wong,eatured prominently in the Arabic leers, mixed with fascinating patimeparticularlywhen *iR
_ N means, girls. 1 ,
Tllve Brook. For him It spelleda
; S- cast- Oxford- restraint, In the directionof the "him" is an unmarried Geojge,
V'i.r' Hollywood contract and fame _ of Miss Ayers' The next wife of Brent
The director :was Victor Savllle "The Sheik" unconvincing, impersonation of a movie star.Hollywood. will be able to boss bun-but will ,.. I. S
": DarrleiiHyoo. and the picture launched him upon America is having its first big frightened flower of white civilization ,eligible comprise be wise If she doesn't George will ,

be nved a' brilliant. career Today, as these director two andproduc.r. are revival crate. Oldest revival 1s ; and of Adolphe Menjou) In a Robert Taylor Cary Grant, Tyrone do anything to avoid a row. He Is iztza-.DOZ4ALD DUCa M 'OOOD B000TI"y

,; ;; want to associated agalnx The occasion Is "The Birth of a 'Nation" which badly-fitting suit M Raoul de St Power, Douglas Fairbanks, ,jr.; a lone wolf has f.w'contaeta outside NEW tOW

' .- :. /oravar do tMaai your boy -wItlead Action' for Scandal". which opensat burst like a comet on an infantI4du.try Hubert the Sheik's elegant. French William ':'Powell Ronald Colman, the vtudlo. but. Is very popular SIMMERPRICESI

,SS -I V the Lincoln on..Wednesday The and cost- overnight S8OOO to ,novelistfriend.. ... George BreD ,- Jimmy. ,Stewart and within.' He lives In a valley TUMflRRflW, '
can't c..s I III I I o (111111) film .. --' .. ranch house,-is fond of dogs,
film mad.'fn Englandand very
'. The new and DavldxWark ,,_ Mickey,Rooney. What would It belike > MAT/ '
Is produce, grossed -S Shadiof O'Neill' bones and airplanes. ,' H. reads a I'S 1d1f gu QrsM lit
United r i
. '- Th.t released'by Artists Griffith $15.000,000.: Most successful Another Important revival of 4he -what kind of Ute would .& lot, and' It' would help the next c..ift.* Ma..ia. si..vt
s hexstory of a' man whosesllfe Is revival undoubtedly' will he week WU1 be "The Count of Konte girl lead who married one of these I 't ,: ' '
which Mrs. 'Brent :considerably to bs ,up, "" 5WIIITE5BANNERS
!' rls 't'E wrecked by the sscandal "The-, RudolphxValentino's Crlsto" at the ,capitol Thursday glamorous. gentlemen? on all current events. .. _ I 1'MicJIer iacs4 IA ILVCl. )
/ ) : a j.a1ouIht1'.ban'd"aoCUI" Sahara.. love.'adventur.:xmade In with Robert Donat, Ellssa ,Landi! The ,wife of. Cary .Grant, for Instance The ' I ; 0.5.a. S ci.uas. a,5.0hy .
cardierbis woman who marries Ronald k C.op RaS Jshms.e'I
HER him'of heaUng first Impor- 1921 which will' be .hown' ere' at and'O. P. Heggle. This revival, has ,, would have'to like livingat Colman will have to, like William ;4O. OleevWsy _
Is MrVBrook's the ReJe" theat.r.beglnnl g xtSatUrday. precedent long In the' tradition ,of th..1Ieach and spending* hours _
Hollywood PoweJl..and vice versa._ The. two I-
ant film quit -. . '
sincere \. American For "Crls- a day".unbathlnarOr .llIe.h.
EYESBHB'S. :: the theater. tars are inseparable, whether It'sa
THS) In19Q __ y i'' ....... The"Valentino revival baa stirred to"; has been... long beloved and often would see -very little eT Cary. The game of ,tennis.a yachting tripor 7lhAY-11u45 r. m.uw .
IAOI 0 PAtIS" letter-writing fans Into a'new revived. ..ThIJ... name of JamesO'Neill handsome 29-year-old actor does L sr Till UWLIII
WeKnew It- '-die Time > ; dinner. But there are three. big 1* a re'.sias eap... .5 f tR.COr4DhThp
I P been "- not like to be bossed by his women '
frenzy;_ The curious have father& Eugene-aNelll differences between the two the gaceemjuI '
'i" I If we rkiL an "I: Told You So" asking for biographies and photographs more"than any ,other, has .been folk. When a female tells Cary Colman loathes people and parties, ea 55.1 .w..d. S LAST DAY I F. **.'. ''J
: 15 department, our prize it.inforthe. to do she finds"herself talk. $.rror tsrosgs tb '
'Of the Latin idol,' and the identifiedwith', tbe--title. fole. what Powell likes them; Powell's previous abhli.g Robert Taylor '
".-'S- -PERFECT- COMFORT AT Am-OONDITIONED WOMETCOTHEATRMILIIIOU .. one predominant question concerns O'Neill played Monte; Cristo more Ing to air. ... to marriages have left him I f 1'Ok\ "s' t,r"1 Margaret SullavanTHRECJOMRADCS :.,
his starting plct r.... It Hemath.11 than 8,000 Urn!!.' over"40 years. Cary who gets from $100.000 tolerant and considerate of women, *
MIAMI CAPITOL". MATFAIR IIATI TtWIS all MIITTA ...... a picture, is wealthybut .
S considerable dispute: about : $120.000 Colmah's has soured him; Colman P'eacS.S Tea.. B.b. $ Y.eag
the title of the film in which Rudy S More Revivals careful with his money. He likes: Is cautious, Bill generous. Both : I.t

made his debut but William G. Other revivals of'the week ln>- parties, dancing is not a teetotaler allen-are health faddists-Bill tak T.ter. S r. M.SM .

Smith, president of Jewel Productions elude Lloyds of London" opening is very restless, very enthusiastic Ing-..a very gloomy view of his. 9 TUI e .,. 'I" (

,"offers documentary evidence at the Plaza Friday, which skyTocketed very sophisticated, and Jimmy Stewart's bride had bet "TIM Bred JMmtirM..- .Oivi.P.HaiUa.d elChirftt'Blckferd Me.....

showing that "Married Virgin. Tyrone Power t':fame sometimes moody. The wife who ter be maternal, because there is - OlamS. .&.dL I ;
first. '-" role of ':31ake would get the most out of being Romeo U \
came In xthe Jonathan ; nothing of the dashing .. Jj\
M. ,
1 P.
: 111111 Hk" Rudy was originally billed- as' "Magnificent Obsession," RobertTaylorVflrst Mrs. Gary- Grant should be a abonV; ..Jimmy.; He Is SO-and six Ass Oversk. Alls Bsxter- sea o.r.Tillllcatrtoe. -.J I YI' .

Rodolfo di Valentin Censorship Imported assignment healthy gay, ol '-bred. product. feet .0m.thlng'taU-but he \V* one -. Ullla"DOCTOR I S\ .
difficulties In various states In which he appears opposite Irene And she would have to "be veryprettypreferably'a of the nicest little boys you could _S._ _. = Ctarllale.BHTTHM"Man Lair *.' .. ... .s
caused the producer of, "Married Dunne, at -the Mayfair Tuesday; .blonde. hope to meet or marry. He likes AIR CONDmONCD J
t, Cld Virgin" to change the ,title to "Mrpeeds Goes to Town," with Douglas Fairbanks,. jr.. likes to building cute houses and modeling : II! ;I." Today. s r. M.OI \t ;jJII; : Today....'1'11I"VIVACIOUS I P.I M.'

Days These's "Frivolous Wives," and at the Gary Cooper and Jean Arthur, be controlled 'by his particular airplanes.. Is fond of humanity. enfart ti' -..- J,,,, stwar i CJ_ ,,,,,' MII. LeI'
woman-which accounts for his LADY" I 'TasT P11.0?"
S d Penally same switched time,to*Valentino's the spaling/-he) name --was car? now"Broadway showing XBUV. *.. the wHh.Mayfair Warner; marital faJlure'wlth Joan. Craw- I = EW_ __ _011 I ........ 7,..,. L1s..I' ..", .... -

'I MCI.AGLEN I'. Ever7 \_ ned 'WIth him to' his deatjh in 1926. Baxter and Myrna toy, at,tle) Rosetta ford-and his successful friendships 744 TodaJ'W.,FUwler I P. M.*. : FMijr. e.I, i P. 5. \
In It Rudy played, the rale of an Wednesdayvand at thPlaza with Gertrude Lawrence and ,17.ea. ... I seerut a
S __ 111111 Love LsFeI Fred 11..11. ', II."' mIllard I P>* Pat O' Kar rranrla 4
lotto l "
4 Italian eount, a heavy, .ad he on Friday. \,. Marlene Dietrich He'd give1 a 1I1I01I0'IUT GIIDYE" 1 issj "WeMIS ADI LIKI TMaT" .
FIELDS I is I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ was paid $50 a week for the chore. marry Marlene. The wife of LMW! *) ''('add Club B.y., "fa D8Y1. _SS Kitiml ..r.... Manana 1140..." ,

; WtXfGOIMGJDBfRJCH I I It was Robert Z. Leonard stijl 'x Wheel! Nx Doug must not expect lavish gifts.

S directing big pictures, who gave! The openNroad Is calling,which He, once told me he did not be- "Swing Your. Lady"AVE.THEATER

J Rudy his first big chance. ;His w-... hope wlirHak us to Hollywood lie vV in buying presents forwomert.x

_ gallant bearing caught the atten ... During' bur abseno' 'weentrUtyoU His wife would have to
! .S,. Ssuw. ,_ .... 1 ems, u5 Numt.f Uon'of Mae Murray and she asked to the honest judgment! be a lI good listenerDoug( likes
'71tS '\ S 554 ,SS5 ReHI Leonard to interview him. That of James" String B." :M Loan, who talking). She would have to be

'i 'N, -' re.ulteclln Valentino's winning the will carry on.,until we return some patient, dignified In public and
chic-.:hair dressed three times a ._.
six or.eight weeks hence.Movie 'S,, p s :
COCKTAIL HOUR-' week and all that sort of thing: 'A "HtB JUNGLE LOVE"IfLe5 Good Eating-Places -

Jt s i>. M. -5- ...... sense of clothes would.''count more L \ Listed By Nationalities ,

"j"" "iTHEIR; IIIFIIIlII I , ,Ussr FvssteI 25cII with Doug than mere.good looki. = :&

I HONES ROMIEDiwr I Milt, flukes--- I TimeTable. His wife had better like. people.beoa GOOD FO'OD IS GOOD HEALTH "
: N- lj. Doug is never so happy as Spe.s Ii4-lie, lie
rc tHEJt WORLD I Pig & 'wiiisi'i I II -. when l surrounded by from to to 200

S 00, of his friends.. He likes
BILTMOaE "Kidnaped : JM3.B.4 doingthings MIAMI'BE'A
II .Ak I W. Ilk A,.. .l lilt II. 7(44. '::42. .'v at th 4ast mlnute-rwhether
'l I .. ro A FI5xLTING )IOMZNTI API'rOL-.illock.d.e:35.eNXMA 1141 1:41 S.19 iCs>___a swim orva trip around the tr t
I S OrceTAVY1 .JA"o-'J'hfte Comradea." world, It is sald'tbat Doug is not SODTHEBN(Ouidrs---sTyLi SO AMERICAN RESTAURANTS '

((2 00. 4:01. 6:52. 7:6O, 9: b.qM.oNT very keen on having chtTgnn. BTTUEArro.CMi
Wonderful '1'1....." SPANISH 65- La.o.... frem .0e v Dlsntr tresj. 1(.
CELEBRATE "Haying The wifeoof Robert Taylor wou.ldhave ( I'----
; J08.: 4:61" S::3e, S:2O.: *0:04.BXIvn17 to be 'the complet.oppositeto' F A S S A Danclsr. Nlrkllyi hIlts liOOCbate (
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THE XI KDISON! -"Swtn( Tour Lady." 7=15. .:!l0. Fairbanks.Bob doesn't give a lII1."N. w. SOils st RESTAURANT AND BAR I hoot how women, dress, doesn't ... Chat BroWiiaqU't' Orchestra ,
4U! FX GUEV>- wonian Ara Llka Tbat. 1711 Altaa MIai Reeci >>
>00. 4.01 e:0&, 7:50. 1O:OO.OABLB8 care for dancing, --sophistication: ,
I JIEVDA 'ItANCEI U -" 5:43. 7:41. ':'0.
-,-.. ,'-. I DW4X : : : ._ '._ SJ, self prefers to listen. lieu Dinner from '75 '
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__ ,, ." 1:00. 1:10 ':10. who likes country life would Ooaaa Walk _...a JSrt e-na a4u, ltra' : ':10. k have a grand time on Bob's ranch, "' W. 'ITII"AV" AT .1.1: aISG "Out" tat fUarraUo' .-:aIII7! OMimsA Wlaaa US u..... .
,1iiilIfflhI1liiiTsl5L UNJOLH-.W. Going To Bi Rteh." which he prefers to night life and p 'ElISOR
( 1:00. 4:40, 5:30: ':la. 10:10. -
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____ 1:2S. 4-4S.; 1:OS 9:25. of children. (Hell make someone :i&I MIAMI -
MIAMIAlwara Ooodbjra." 1:OO. 1.1.: -if not Barbara Stanwyck aswell ,
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w 1't: "ID i v ECENT tional .'political',occurrences, significance.dfAna-. \:, : ".r ', ,: A Cartoonists Little, ,Bird Saw (in' The ,First' Half"' Of 1.938. ; ,; 't.' ''. '

.- have .been emblazoned ,In,..such, ;; -' '
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Nye Leading Langer-This meant we+exn q ; .
Gerald P. Nye, 45, .a U.S. senator fta.w s.eV '\i ire
since 1925 winning tenomiru : ;
I was ,
) tion in the North Dakota Republican i''\0.i'
primary. The state's two representatives -. : I( ) '. \
Usher Burdick. and William : to .. 'r,

Lemke, were renominated. _1e 1 1'S : ( ) ,, --.,
Gov. William Langer ,opposed ; .. ::
I Nye, and this was the primary's (Z 'i V
feature race. Nye and Langer have __
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., years and they fought this campaign '. '

mainly on state issues..Nye had '.
; been endorsed by two dent.NewI .' :
.I ,'I Deal senators. .
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Indiana, G. O. P. Names Willis-r- : -- -; n-- Sriltnas t )
This meant there may be a three- v '
sided senatorial contest in Indiana ...
this fall.Democratic Sen.-Fred rlck ,

1 : Van Nuys>whose term is expiring, ( t : -
I is campaigning already for reelecLionasanlndependenLAnd.the- J
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Democratic state Convention \
July - - -
\ '
J' I 12 may nominate someone else. 'Jap The Dragon Killer' 'Speaking OlSh'ots In The Arm' fMaklng the British Lion''Pure' ''Getting A Better vfew Of The \'

.. 'j. i i ,: urged In view that of theirparty's this, some Republicans state convention I I An. interested spectator in most of the cartoons Fred O.Seibei draws for the JUchtnond tend China putting a stinger" into Japan,Republican revived by defeat of the ,.. It 1 .

i -held Wednesday in Indianapolis Va..Timr>i patch tea little black bird wearing alasics. There cartoon shoe I oanteatioii bill, Germany and Italy b4W"g.BriMI" and ptttlng away with) It, and :

. '' I applaud Van Nuys some of the{ thing S.tbel" little bird saw in the first ate months of thia year-- tAt President fighting recovery from the haicrnt) oI1ederal pttmp-pr mtnp... ._ .. .

1', rather than make a nomination. -

That suggestion was spurned. What bio1'sof I' ,
Raymond Willis, 62, a country HomeGift Stocks MeetingsTeachers Abroad
J' editor, got the Republican senatorial .- UpcomingSunday .
} nomination on the convention'sthird From Sweden .:'Tornado' Chaco Crisis Cont. ,

,', ballot. On the first ballot, ex- Where Swedes ,nd Finns landedat Virginia Sappington, 19, freckled ; ; July S .* .
'I 1 Sen. James E. Watson was only two Wilmington, Del., in 1638,a black country- schoolmarm, who saved Gettysburg continue.anniversary, ceremonies Between Bolivia and
votes behind WiJHs. granite shaft now holds aloft a. her 21 from Kansas a heart-shaped green hell '
pupils a tornado the Chaco
Rep. Snell Will Retire This replica of the-colonial ship Kalmar Monday 4 as large as Italy
45 last March,sat down andaaid: U. S. Canadian doubtful value. For
1e I : meant Republicans will have a new NyckeL A gift from Sweden's people "Whew! That was worse than the celebration friendship a I
______._ __________ leader in the house of representatives it was presented to America tornado! Prescott, Ontario; two'countries have '
?. 'I in the next Congress. Joseph this,..26, and She just' had been made an honorary All Star Wednesday baseball, July 6, Cincinnati white ownership. By 1935: both '
by'war when
( W.Martin, 53,of Massachusetts, has accepted by President Roosevelt.' . life jnember of the big NattpnaLEducation game armistice
ranged '
1 been mentioned for the Job. Prince Bertil'!! father, Crow'nPrince 40 Association at its '..- Friday,July* _-' .Trying an,to -
;'k Stocky, ruddy Bertrand II. Snell Gustaf Adolf, had becomeill Celebration of prepare the case -
l convention attended by 20,000 peratttathis 150th anniversary world court the arbiters
v'1 67, a congressman 24 years, chairman crossing the Atlantic. After ded- <<< week in New York. of opening of Northwest the U. S., (
of the last two icating, by telephone Territory Marietta, Ohio. ing ) have _
I Republican national a Swedish. Starting things off with a bang than 30 .boun
conventions, and .author of Memorial Museum at Philadelphiain Columbia University released a report Saturday, July 9 "final ary
many stinging anti-New.Deal statements connection with Pennsylvania's Bonneville dam celebration, settlement" last
35 on veterans' organizations by ( )
r' let ,+ will devote himself hence- '300th anniversary celebration, the Northwestern Prof. William Gel- The Dallas, forth to his business interests in crown'prince proceeded to a New lerman that dubbed the American port
t f' ' New York state. York hospitaLFeeding Bolivia on the Paraguay
1 < Legion "fascist, "unpatriotic, and
livia accepted, but Paraguay ( )
Vote Plea To WPA Hit-This ,I*>.Avmci o>eo troop| an "expression of entrenched business , People' ed the whole Chaco.

' ia' meant Investigator-Senator Sheppard The Hungry) 30 IAN1 ru 'MAli A.lTTMX'rTIOM and military interests.'I! The So'thIs week, as both

had expressed "disapproval"of Cleveland, with 66,000 destitute, 1938 Legion's chief, Daniel J. Doherty, Missing Heir bought guns with all the \,

bML yi a speech Aubrey Williams, deputy has been running out of relief funds then told newsmen: "Many of our John Medill McCormick, 21, son they could scrape up, the
WPA-administratr,- gave at-a 'every few weeks sinC!!,April. This Institutions of higher learning are ,of Ruth Hanna McCormick Simms again tried to find a formula .
Workers' Alliance meeting. Williams week the city council eased the situation ,, -- LaborNew hotbeds. of communism." and heir to Chicago vent renewal of the jungle"!
j according 'to some accounts And Newark'University', Presi- newspaper
by ((1)) authorizing the sale fortune and Richard ing. <
Whitmer. 20
had told the jobless: "Keep of dent Frank Kingdom declared the '
your $337,000 in 1939 tax anticipation )
it friends in Orleans Excitement school system te: responsible for 'went mountain climbing: last week; _.
power notes to pay' for food orders, and any in New Mexico. Golden Key WearerThe
j'q'' Sheppard also looked Into WPA: (2)) authorizing use of the public CIO truckmen called a strike defects in the American Legion and Two
wages fa Kentucky and Oklahoma. auditorium and municipal: stadiumfor 10 N .Orleans drayage for "such men as Mayor Hague." days later, Whitmer's body lord chamberlain of
And WPAjAdministrator,Hppklns relief benefit firms last week.AFL refused to recognize ,"It is" the mightiest privilege of was found. But several days later ish king wears a fancy )

' said,.tWo /Kentucky,. strawbosses'. : ,opening the'way; two.councilmen the strike..Trouble followed.' the schoo1ssaid' ,NEA's retiring 350 searchers mountain including\ experienced on the back of bier
t had beeapwaishfd, .:fol' plaf1na'lPol1"ft. --sald'ior; $5.900,000 relief,lottery';' ;;,Three CIO members were hot and president, Dr.Caroline Woodruff: . ." climber.-reported golden key. Among Item'I '
;; :.. ''I"" 'N.'<"\'"\\."'"'' ""-,,.:.,,,..-.......' :.": ," bl :'U < ., 4: .... .,; ".wounded,,!About1" 250 person were ;,ftp' educate children tat-peace.*? ,:.: :mJcJI they::could': ."find-no' trace....of-McCor-. la (1)' palace doorkeeper, ( ) jv
; Qht'Kace .A ; ; king's chum and
yf'' rNo'Ceosorsldj For AOOII..t The''" ', 4,, arre"ted.r: > ''etiVelat.h.Tolm4,> ti" IlooseveltrAnelly, told ( 1 *
,1 r: 'This.'meant1: senate campaign' :;, ,A.'':state trooper,'was*slain "''last<: "G r o. c h'declared re \was'0011.0' the educators of a new Jctnd of government -'' .'Asi;:In-kw I :: .h t ((3) theater censor. ( 3-

? ,investigators' chief did not intend, Sunday night near LaPorte, Ind., ;room in'New'OrleaDJr for commu T balance -"a longrrange. ,. Francis O. French, 48, Used to'bea The Earl of Cromer, .
N to do anything about the President's' whei) he approached a car in which 'nists.' ,. ? sheet which shows survival values social figure at Newport, R.I., and ten George VI off to a !
totr. 'w two South Dakotans were sittirginaBrild \ ,And a U., .-.clrcuft court'judge, for our population, and for 'our' ,his daughter married'John Jacob start and having /is u r bed
t Mr. Roosevelt said last week that" fiightr-the-two Dakota : -'.' "asked to stop'police from interferg democratic way of life'balanced Astor III.Cleaned"out in the market ,teasers" "with fa few j __
He felt hehad a speak out men kic naped two deputy ): 'With CIO-tAll d,on eity-em ... ga1lu.L' what we have ,paid for in, 1921, he drove at.xI: sold insurance remarks, ,now has handed
in 'certa1l1:;:cases "as head''' of the ,sheriffs and a farmer and'his fouryear.old ials this week""to' tir sent'their,: them.' !calory he predicted;;: tvllt' and' did som writing-in-t -'coat over to the Earl of '
Democratic side. :' '- find the longrangebalance sheet 61;tali; bespectacled son of _
party" and he appealed son and .sto.le.Jw6 :c I'4''i ; eluding an expose of Newport society -,;' -
for clear-cut liberal-vs.-conserva- Four states! officers closed in on- "'Hancls s Off '' of his administration: in the black. which he says his millionaire mer lord chamberlain.. The I'
? looker-outer likes "historical ) '
tive battles this falL. them s. .'
and at Deselm, Ill., one of the Reality & Fantasy son. \-law won't'let him publish;' and thrillers") .and has .
'; IT, S. Speeds Money; Outflow- outlaws was slain and the other The American Rolling Mill Co. 'Last'summer he went into bank- : :..'r.
)' This meant the $3,' 50OOOOOO driveto caught. Police blamed them for ,one of the leading independent\ steelfirms { Millions of people are trying to ruptcy because he couldn't pay a to be "unduly censorious. ; '' ,
was,:accused of violating the escape from reality to fantasy .
improve business was on. PWA many recent midwest crimes. $1.48 laundry bill. This week he applied -
announced grants and loans total- labor law. One!" complaint was thatit hence the popularity of "Snow for a WPA job.. First Jew HangedTo
had dominated Ashland White and the Seven Dwarfs"-Dr. _
Ship Ahoy! Ky., ,
ing $340,215,258 less than a week. Love Strike'Hed keep Arabs and Jew/
municipal elections. Donald] Rich- Stuart Rice, U.S. statistical chief,
WPA raised southern?
500,000 workers FOUND Three shooting each
: high school other
pay. -In the fiscal that and $25,000 at Puerta Val- berg, former NRA,head, appearedas told. the American Association, for Heusser is 28, red-haired, made ,
year a yacht, Advancement possession of a gun
counsel for the when the of Science this mother
started Friday Uncle Sam Is larta Mexico 28 after company of twp children divorced. estine
expected days disap- punishable by death.
hearings this at Cat- week In Ont. Other scientists
U to spend about $8,500,000- pearing from Santa Cruz, Calif. opened week Ottawaz Rollo K. Blanchard is 48, bald father 'have been executed under '
lettsburg, and demanded that as usual, then described of two
000-As compared to $7,600,000,000 The'owner went to Mexico this NLRB KY1 fantastic but no Jew had been until
'k u realities.
hands off the bal- seemingly When Mrs. Heusser walked
't : \ in the last week to throat.:And the into
year.Roosevelt get boys lot box." The election complaintwas Science can remake the world Blanchard's min'Joseph, 19, was
._ Signs Wage Bill This who had quietly borrowed it, and mansion Irvington, week for shooting at an .
.... speedily erased. declared Nobel prizemen.HaroldC. Ni- Y., last week and said she'd stay
meant $11 for a 44-hour week sailed it 2OOO-mlles, without pre- Crowds immediately clashed
pay Urey and Arthur H. Compton, if till he married her, he walked out
v will be the lowest legal Wage, after vious experience, declared: "She's Employers' Story nations will abandon wars. and police' in the Jewish city
went to live his After
on yacht.
the best boat that Aviv ,
Oct. 24, in many interstate indus ever sailed the and Arabs joined the
And of whatever
, For seven weeks Harlan apropos you nine days Hedi! broke her stay-in .
; now, ,
tries. "Except perhaps for the social seven,seas elsewhere in the Holy Land I
think Dr. Harlan Stetson of Massa-
love strike
County, Ky., coal operators and ex- by coming out to eat a ,
security act the
"it la the most, far-sighted President program thinks; Murder By The River officers have bear on trial for chusetts sunspots Institute are of decreasing Technology' now.reported hot dogFuneral France's -Spy ,WaveIn
thwarting unionization of miners.
for the benefit of workers ever Charles Morris, 50, and John Paul This week Before DeathA one French district "
they charges
''I adopted. Bathelt, 26, New York race track! of violence with charges of vio Punishment Problem"We 73-year-old Tennessee farmer many .last year, there;
Flood Control! Work'Approved followers$,, used to. go camping on'i lence. One ,operator, for instance, are sending six 'times as chose to have his "funeral" while espionage convictions. This>
9' Thismeant" the President had the Connecticut river at South Had- testified that the United Mine many men to prison In America as alive, and did last Sunday: He France's spy swatters have
-. appropriating ,,authorizing, but not ley :Falls, Mass., : year ago Morris 'Workers of America had tried to in England" Sanford Bates, for rode to it in a hearse, sat.beside averaging nearly four.
m $386,500,000: for conservation disappeared -frpm there, and the kill him and his kin. years the. federal prison 'bureau's coffin, heard minister-praise him week. That's why France
projects scattered all over.. river recently washed up 'a ,body director, told a national srUworkconference ( (! then shook hands with many of the penalty this week.
the country. H. signed it with some which had been wrapped a Circus Fold:; this week in Seattle. | 8,000 "mourners," and went on liv sons caught ih certain

reluctance, he said,, because it did 'blanket.' tied with hay wire and encased : The Brothers, Barnum "Has this practice made us any ing. "I don't want another," he said. espionage, must die, just as jn
not provide for a coordinated program in cement Police tentatively & Riming/ and-its 1.60Q em- freer from crime?" "I sure ,did enjoy It." .. ',of war. ,_
o$ general planning I identified it as that of ,Morris and
ployes, out of step since the season .
Bank Rules Are ReJ.xed-Th' Bathel was charged with murder. started. returned this week to winter :. Cartoon Snapshots Of The News At Home And 'Abr'oad. I '
meant federal bank examiners now Murder' MTxup I quarters :A 25% wage cut had
will okay some longer loans than caused 8' strike that stopped the
heretofore, sand some investments, Last fall polic found Paul DWyer show at Scranton. Pa r .
1'. previously discouraged in small IBMpuring thexnortheast with s' r ;ii corporations' bonds not quoted on the bodies, of a South Paris Me., '' I
doctor and his Wife in the back In -Short -. ----
1 stock exchanges. Why? To.encourage seat.* .. : . U .
use of private funds in business The bdy- pleaded guilty of murder--
tog the doctor and was sent to state Sailing: U. S. Attorney Lamar ;

Expedition Into Economics prison for .life. Nor':: { the case has '.Hardy of New York, to Europe, to
been reopened, with a former dep- continue his spy investigation.

Investigations-authorized by the uty sheriff indicted' for the murder Killed James Weldon Johnson,
.last Congress will cost more than of the doctt.s negro poet ;and composer in an
850000. Of this sum, $500,000 1 auto-train crash in Maine. -
{ ,
ayallableJor monopoly lnqulry.q
Collided The ,
: Milwaukee's."Olympian" 1 1p.
a", And President Roosevelt expects
the inquirers find 'a path Quotes'. and a special CCC
through the jungle of contradictory train, near tngomar, Mont., killingone

theories about'wise business practices. . SeUhlro Itac&kl, Japanesewar .... youth, injuring 10 persons. p. fZT1I y ,
." I minister: "It is necessary IndictedSeven of. Ohio Gov.
"M re political liberty,? Mon- that the Japanese resolve to con Martin Lu'Davey.'s! campaign aides '
tana's Sen'Burton K. wheeler told tinue fighting least 10 ;years." for.receiving or soliciting contribu .
'' Gen. John Milton Claypool, tions from state civil service
K1w lana at San' this
Confederate veterans' comman- -..' '
ers. "V I '
week"becomes q meaningless, hollow der, en route to. Gettysburg; : :dormer II I
f ,>., phrase.a few corporations s "Since the Lord put up with the Sentenced: Two police
controL,the wealth of, the nation, Yankees all this time. I guess I officers* to from one.year, in
'dictate 'its economic, policies andhighhandedlyrule can also for a few days" the' bombing that nearlykilled
our lives.1!, Virginia Gay da, Mussolini's.1! Barry Raymond, Los Angeles vice '' .
'.Hearingsprobably: : will 'start In spokesman! "It: is really the c Investigator.i, ., ; ,
I September..And "big steel" maybe' U..S. which lent-a strong handto Died:Frederick William Vender-" -j:,
the push Italy and Germany on bUt, capitalist;railroad director
one of the first probed. investigators and <.
the road .to economic, autarchy .
,;'yachting enthusiast ,
; Indicated-last weekend ;Andrew; Peters ...
and today: is exerting'' itself to > -'
heels of slash in ,, mayor of Boston during. the >_ -_
on the. a 'steel prices. retard-one might even' better n / -J I -. 'n I \ !
? 1 say 1919'' police' strike;.,: Mrs., Carolyn'King . - : ,
Canolttt: Paof Copyright. .*. Hl'h ,s.1 nomlc prvent-the.return'tQ(collaboration.. ',, lalt surviving widow of a veteran -'' I yore <..*> T V ' .k. _ ,,,",, _k, of the war of.1812.";' '. 1 '/ (;
1 ? : ; 'Vacation. D e Spanish Threaten To Bomb Germans And Italians N. .
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t .LUMMUsiasfilledthe; : ;; corridors of the court-. ...... ...'! B-llnir. i..... Si4S. K. m..t oiu HnUw *s; tmntr lie Orsse, ; stag : "'."';;i" .f'I'

house 'recently with yarns about. Birnlnl) bounding .. bjiOMim,{
'j\ ,sear''an.d. giant::-marha'tuggiag> at the. end' o!' a' line.' ST..uge,null Otirtl>.w. Oe. V: WalfiMa's. laM' P d' m, .- .w"" He caught la 'II'h'o"! ,ft.
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week -
'. a iallant.battler'welg, M, : \
,,; ? lug 348 pounds. ffls; : .fishing' 'con: onrBob ''Patter- .' ;!_ "

., ''son, jr.,:'.of Dayton 6hid..ca5ght; a giant' 364: ..I 'I ". i " ,' )V-Kj,
rweighing MIAMI: FLA.: .SUNDAY JULY : 11.1. PAGE> NINE .:
; 3,1938
r ; pounds.; Mr. Patterson, with Anton : jr ,who' I ;. >vv''V: :

was on'the.flrat trip, ,have gone back'forTwK: ?. "t" :

Tbe 'trio made the expedition In.Mr, Hu1m&n'.two'boata.the' ., : . < ; '. .' ,

., f 1 tsar.t?,"'', '::. 'the is bank.Hulman. contentwltJ1.biggest T61i and flah urns the his la,theyre Nimrod.a former mudc gunning.(catch.Ue two..,.feet for. from'a long,bigger Terre'.urklni-'I'h H ;,ute'r ry"ht.i along whU"; 'Ind the L where river mug Shining Lights Of eigSho.w"Reaqy.T&i : : ;,Wagel'Wa.'f" ax In" Annual' All-Star Baseball, Game Wednesday' : i.," .' ): ;.:

'J'! e '' e a -. J' ,
TIlE moat unu.uat bowling league In the world I U the fun' AmerI d A, , ,
scan airways circuit In fact,,' M'' just about 'a world-wIde I t
affair, .. j 11 : ':
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t J5/ this* ?. -corea are Miami by plan and tab. r u "
ulated-ar. I
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I1fornla. Baltimore.'New York and crf-tobau jRSSSvsb .. F '
i b t' "A tdni In Buenos Aires would * to. the alley*,another In' Pan- -- '
ama, still another In New. York f j
I third maU their' 1l 4f.a N ft/" jt '
headquarter on' the big.cllppri .hip., then -wait tor 'ttTreporU t .
to get back. ?

8JrtDea Honolulu, I" coming In.. So are team from Alaska, : '
? ,.. Rio: d*.Janeiro,and Brownev .Texas. I ",
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F ; c"IR.RICHARD BERHNSbN. eepeTlwrtnrTal I.;alal orphans-W) .,1

+ , k ;J.: war-torn Spain. is ,with -us. again after arranging to low the 1 Y 6 sA' t k
old.Spanish game'Into 'the famous old amphitheater of Mike ,
.,.' -Jacobs' Hippodrome. ..Dick baa been In New York, arranging with
k -, Lee Schubert and ':Mike. .Jacob tor book the sport at the Hippodrome -
starting in September. Then he went. 'Havana to book. .
'f .30 player for the metropolitan debut. ,
-....:\-' The bet 1 1A '
. player JnJalalal will_ goto .New York-with no 4 V.
.,,1,,. ... gambling permitted. How: win at' got Nobody, know-;the1'r' .
just going to wait and aee'lf New Yorker will pay to see Those ..
who go in will watch such ',player' a* Platon, \the'n@w', world'schampion

. since he defeated Guillermo; Ugalde, OchatrCuernira, .,, I '.
Mickey Mouse Xgulbar and his brother Maiz,. Ferrer Joae JEche- 4t I 31tI
.: varrla and several other well known in Miami. Gulllermp! ,' who yg rr \ .4R 7r .
,:. wan beaten by Piston In Havana chiefly because of a leg Injury 1 1I
suffered here last -spring1', 1* in top form again. -----u- ie : c: I .
Berenien say*, Havana Is overrun with Jal alai players. AU : : .C I
fronton are closed in- Spain. Mexico and Rio de Janeiro are .

{ closed. In Brussels a small fronton is operating. -All the...reserve w
fund of the international jai alal, federation Is tied up In p in
and -all the players are In Havana,' I :
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TNFOR/tATION annual Florida state newspapermen's golf JA1t .. .

4 I ''tournament >vIU be held Sunday, .July 17, at the Cleveland ILNfr'I' .
Height Country club Lakeland. The New Florida hotel there, ,
'f ,,/ \ 1 I. offerjng one night free, lodging .the chamber of commerce is I : ,

.'.- - '. adding Jo the prize list and everybody 1* getting ready for a big fVr- .

.. Sunday of golf Bruce Warren/lnfielder for Raney-MUam-baae- .
.ball team and the Walgreen softballers1 isolated for a regular spot eavY. r r c
in the Tennessee backfleld this fall even though he'U be only a 4 4

. .. sophomore .. . Johnny Douglas Hurricane halfback'who plays ik : _
r, < first base for Land-O-Sun softballers, is signed with the RalleyMllam -, 4
.. ., baseball team : : West Palm Beach baseball team, which
"-. t-.. is made up largely'of players on the championship high school ,
{. team want l a game here with Railey-Milam.which is largely I

'. Miami high boys. It will-be arranged as soon as a date can be
; secured at Miami field '. . Ted Blankenshlp. former yvhlte Sox .

, pitcher, Is around town,'making this his home now . The fairways ,z ,
.w+tl a a tr I : i .
I ,' at Hollywood'\ Orange brook course .are so much bettter

than any; other club in South Florida there's no comparison. That .
'r't: 4" low muckland, certainly does the trick . ., Johnny Farrell pro
; at the Hollywood'Country' club in winter, was at the SchmellneLoula v
.. , : ." fight and .asked to be remembered to all his friend her

- ._- ..'1,. 'N'. .. . Pete McAllister, The Old Man of the Composing Room ha
\;.. V, Atlanta, there to renew friendships in newspaper Ira ter.
t:y," gonerow{ shrewdest professional is the man who play a* an amateur -
t4 N. Eddie Dunn, new captain of the Hurricane, developed
.1 I into a really good passer in,,'spring practice and may be vurr salty - ---..
this fallVThe ice skating folk who've leased the Coral Gables ,
, 1:'i Coliseum for Ice hockey next winter are trying-to get similar
.iWl... lease. in Jacksonville, Tampa and Havana. Promoter' Taber is
In Havana nowi, at least he .was a few days agone . You may
,n'i-. not realize It, but the sport in Miami which is attracting far more
.'! participants than any other 'isn'tsoftball, billiards or tennis; Its

bowling.B.ryhnHopmgTo. .. .xr ,
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;:' ;Glenn Curtiss' ':Gup Today .w I: .Si&tt. of the major# : l leagues'! 'once again Ca1 -will take -their- i=-positions J. ( '.,'c-' *' r-Wlrapbotea... t..---r----' I, .'j' 'h n ."q" J . _

t 't: 1 '1 6 ., ri'I'' .kq ?I: r "sw49 4r'h . riille .in Cincinnati' Wednesday to" play ''ins ttte""-aurinat'dreamlgam.1 -"*>_., )fanagk,1 jfeTj. McCarthy pilot of the a1 -fltaI:8: parades out "Sixth'we. -
t!""t ':r,,''' :' tf-; *'!* 'lie "1,stxsric -Glenn: .' Curtlss trophy,""'engraved ",with -MiI am : < : some of, he I NeW Yor ; an ere, lower lfeft>Twiu'' will-be-tn ,eOp'1' ;..", ;.. /<" I'." .
Here few of Jail-stars 1>
area chosen
be by
: en
'fi' names of' a long list of cracU-atnateutNgolfers!, may ;re- uniform. They' alet:: Lou 'Gehrig, Red Ruffjrtg," LeftpGom'e2 '

t1\; .' tired from competition when Curtis Bryan meets. Harvey riyal" managers for.. this "year's classic:! -Playing on ''their -' Joie DiMaggio,.Dickey'and: IcedRolfe.'Lower':,; : ;',,_ :. >t.,1G41. "\ .t '; P'

.ttJi Draughon in the 36-hol6 finals of the I5 i annual. flight TriUniphs,8Over ( home grounds will be the' group of Reds' at upper left, right are'three-representatives of the St.Louis, Cardinals, -... W.", -,? '';- '.. '( -. 't" '.....

:%.<.J I' tournament today at Miami.l Springs. X''W Paul Derringer, Frank McCormick Ernie Lombardi Clyde Shoun, Frankie Frisch}, who will be a coach, and . '

f ,,I'rM I Bryan holds two fee on the'- Johnny Vender Meer and Ival Goodman. American Joe :Medw k. Center is a bit of typical big-league acjion'',

' d handsome yo e placed in circulation -- Ida professional amen quallflers Key West leaguers upper right, are Johnny Allen Vernon Kennedy, Mel Ott, Jcw> York Giants sliding into the plate, with Bill Yanks Seventh .
the late aviation pioneer "In1924 for the 'annual P. a. A, tournament l
Earl Averill, Bob Feller Rudy York and Charley Gehrin Atwood rfhillies. catcher, waiting for-the ball. The umpire

': starting next Sunday at ger, posed at a :recent game between Cleveland and
The defending titleholder win be Shawnee Pa Young Uslna, taho (..pee1W.N Miami' Dally !f.-.) .- (Br UaM" ......)

p, favored In today1 match but may served at the Flagler Country club KEY WEST, July 2.-Key Wost NEW YORK,'July'Z-Both New .J

,''u. encounter trouble. Draughon. his here and as ..slatant'to his fatherat On and lost on the baseball field Empire IntercollegiateGolf Denny Shute Dream Game York teams-the Giants and Yan'j., '.. f T
policeman opponent", bar been hitting West Palm J3eac1noW' has her today. The Islanders won the City kees continued to win consistently

the bait well and) climaxed his the professional po.t'at Unicorn first "game of the Internationalseries Title Won' In
; their respective leagues today.
bv defeating the U. S. E. Beats Guldahl
. recent activities by flfliihlng third Country club, Stoneham :Mass. Charleston 8 to 8, but lost the second Feature Bosses Make The Giants stretched their win-

In the Metropolitan Miami] medal. will start tomorrow to Miami's. Ralley-Mllam club, onPreeminent By Johnny Burke ning streak to six in a row when ,
P" play tournament last week. 8 to 1.- -- By 2-1 Score they defeated the Brooklyn Dodgers -
for the :Flagler Country club's C. Qrlffen; Key West, hit two
Bryan won by default {rpm Har- By Volte Pre... for the elgiit! straight this season -
fou -baUtt urnament. The 18-hole singles in four tknes up In the By TwoChanges
the first round, LOUISVILLE. Ky., July 2. 81.
:Blakeney In, ,
"t yey medal round will continue through first defeated' Earl "Christiansen co- ster Just 19 years oldNhlt.a single Johnny Georgetown 'BINOUAl\i Mass., July 1.- Carl.. i Hubbell went the route for I
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July 10 -with the first round of and double for the g6bs.' Royalhit ,to' battle to the 34th hole today the ,Terrymen and allowed only '
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medalist 1 In the second, and I Denny Shute of Brae Bun, National -
up before Burt McDowell
hid opponent-in lastyear1 match' play starting, the next day a triple and a single n four (Special. by New Tort herald Trlb..... (. downing of P. O. A. champion, defeated ray Call** Pl..w) eight scattered hits 1 to win his j j
h' W. J. Harper and also running for one week. time Kent hit Miami Daily ,,_.) i Louisiana State to take the pationaltntercollegiate 2. 201st of his I L'
1 Ilnals 4 and 8. .Draughon up and one Taut t/f NEW YORK Ralph Guldahl National NEW YORK. July Two victory major league i i
; otIS July 2,-Hal'PriceHeadley's golf championship.Burke
Players will qualify in flights two tries. In the field Button. career and his ninth .of the season
titular round titllst I antt 1 hi theirS6bo.e changes made in the'all-star
hi* into the Open were
won way anel'then will be paired Into Royal ,.and Grant played a ve Preeminent veteran sta- held'a lead of five holesat Dolph Camlli' ninth homer of the
3 and match the
by beating George Swanson blemate of Menow, and.for the exhibition; line-ups today for the sixth annual
team for match play. l+ _ 1; Perry Pittman a and 2,, and Bill i "' U. I. B. CharlutOB 200 000 100i eKey two year'ir one of 'the most formidable of their 36-hole match but McDowell last 18 holes of which replayed baseball blue-ribbon game at .Cincinnati his shutout '* .

: Stembler In 19 holes. trophy today -i Two tournam-rt; ; and) a barbecue Wit.. Royal, LJnka 022, Royal 001 03x and-S Dau-9 aMlm. sprinters In the land, added a runner-up six times, within at South Shore (]. C. to- Wednesday. Manager Burlelghrimeh an-
If Bryan retires the 'are scheduled tomorrow for Florida oneNnore brilliant triumph to his !the last in as 'tourna- day. .
d."j Majfrat aod eariffea'fle year many Manager Bill Terry of the Na- nounced he was playing the game r
44 Glenn Curtis, jr. and H. Tear-Round club member at Ifnpositejrcollection Three down after yesterday's18hole
: yesterday when month staged a stirring rally. under protest when the umpires .
Wheeler have offered to puta :round at Brae Bum ,. tional Jeague club picked! Harry
Sayre Women will he
the Miami Biltmore. second was a very good ,wonNyie Fleetwing handicapof On the 30th Burke was.., on the butShute's reversed their decision on a Dodger r '
new vase up for continuation i compete in four-ball event for tame for six frames but Bethel of about six furlongs at Empire green iir two: and McDowell was Guldahl had a 69 today to Dannlng Giants' catcher"to, replace double play In the sixth. '
i of the tournament which was sen gross and net prizes, starting at 10 the local* weakened and seven runs City. X ,short. Water spoiled Burke's putt 70 woe annual. winter fixture untU Miami last a. m. Mr. C. H. Reeder wJU-\ make were scored by Miami. Last going uV the back stretch, while McDowell rimmed the cup enable him to maintain. his first thumb was broken by a foul fromDannlnc' kept pace with the plants lit '
I year when H. H Arnold pairing on the tee. r Bandera walked Schemes) dou- nowhere in particular 'coming They halved the 31st in bogies and day margin. bat ManagerJoe they beat the St. Louis Cardinals.
Springs manager putt it .onthe The men will go out at 1 p. m led' to right, Duncan singled to around the turn Preeminent was ,McDowell holed two eight! foot | Threedown af the.ninth. yesterday 5-1, behind the six-hit pitching
summer schedule. for a team match between sides left, Bandera scoring Strothuri burning the track atXhe end, and 'putts on 'the next two to keep the Guldahl won the 10th with a McCarthy of the American Bob Klinger.: The win was the
; Past winner of the Curtis tour- captained by Art Ungar arid'Jack bun i t e d and Schemer scored beat FelixJ! S alola'. Wise Prince- match going. birdie three .rand the 11th witha leaguers n \mod Johnny Murphy third In a row for the Pirates and J =
nament werer 1924 Dan Jarvls; loser must fora hit to and last hole Bnrke's par three to cut Shute's margin their loth In 13 starts. Pep Young's '
., Baldwin. The pay Vaughan short was three parts of a length for the first On the putt Yanks' relief pitcher to replace
1928 Ewing Watkins; 1926. CharlesB. July 11. "With out at -Duncan Adams < to one hole. Shute regaineda double with the bases loaded drove *
HlH. dinner, to be given first scoring, prize -of $5,850.: \T connected. First-Bas Hank Greenberk, j I
Cullom; 1927., Capt.. ; Tib.r free beer at each water hole tide walked and ''R. Oilman -singled to If this race had been 'ever TM eardvr --, 2 up'lead with a birdie four in three runs to clinch the game
bite; 1928, 1929, Harcourt Brice; of, the battles are expected to center, scoring Strother and the straightaway at run Burke Mnrnlnff,. round *34 344 444 at the -12th and the match Detroit Who received permission for Pittsburgh: '. ,
out 3(1(
Belmont Preeminent '
d 1930 George .Dockerty; 1931. Jack change frequently 1 I went to the showers. Beth probably MoBowall, out MA 255 444-38 ended ,on the utI).' after the to withdraw from the game because Six-hit pitching by Ira Hutchln- ,
Ryerson: 1932, Winfield Day; 1933, The barbeque l.-.cheduled for 4'' doubled to .center and three more manded a strong have com- Burke, In A34 e46 IMS 144-35_-71 next five hoses were, halved.Soutliern !. of an ailing wrist. son brought JJi e Boston Bee A VI)
following from McDowell In 541 3fi5-3 77
Lee Chase 1934 Bryant 1>35, Art scored. 2-to-l victory over Philadelphia
; } nv on, the, course. the 15,000 Afternoon round- The Ame.ican leaguers originally
LYnch; 1936, Ralph 'Stewart. ,' and. p. I In the Key West eighth Sterling Yonkers racegoers who came to Burke, out 544 444 444-W | 'hill II... Syl Johnson and Pero
on a three
perfect had first
B45 344 basemen
afternoon McDowell out 543-37Burka Loop .Jimmy
Frank MJ Collins, the first-round Jlvess limited the Bees to four hit
1937 Bryan. and Acevedo singled, P. .Carbonell for racing. This In 43A 584 S \
*' A.schedule'of 10 wlnter'tournark .leader and Dr. O..a Callahan. his' fanned' Gabriel hit" to, shore was the customary McDowell In 435 543 4 Foxx of the Red Sox and Lou Geh- but Boston bunched three of them
; ment ha been announced by theo nearest rival. will top a field of /66 Vaughan fumbled the ball I and and\course Preeminent with a turn, however rig of the Yanks- in addition to 'in the fourth with a-walk.. to scorp .

, Florida Eat Coast Hotel com completing ..cond'round of the bases> are drunks H. Gates hit to Wa rather neglected Selects Stars Greenberg. both/ their runs. Jordan's single,
car' ntma. tbe' an Miami; Country" club' 73-hole handicap Varren' and h'e' ,also fumbled a* While Wheatley stable's Stormscud Indications are that Lefty Gomez a Walk and Pinky. Whitney's two- .
nuaall'Amateur--Pro '" play tournament. todayCollln* Sterling. and Acevedo scored. Merry and -Alfred 'Vabderbilt's who has started four of the five dagger scored one for the Phils in

.d', tournament -at St. Auguatlne. set'. the early pace1'' with 89-20-89. Baker singleU, to1 right and'Gabriel the Alrflame were, getting al]. of games .fof the'! American league i the ninth but with the tying and ,.
March 1721. one shot better than Dr.. CalUhan'a cored. A. Acevedo filed to center attention. Neither was able to again will be the junior 'clrcult's.first winning runs on base, Hutchinson
.' Th schedule'' .' 88-18-70..Three ; and H. ,Gates scored after the make the money.positions. L. B. Win Kent fay Skater Fi-naa)) pitcher. He has regained his: fanned Schareln. ,i
'I Ogle's Clocks:: and W $ ATLANTA, Jluly 2. OutfielderDee form after a start and has ..
,, JIB. ..IS-l k. Worth&mat ee'r at Palm catch. Adams then-went to .the F.. Morgan poor In the American league the New
niea.l3. .\ ,; nae pt""p . player; for the priseIn bowers and Lefty' Schemer went The Fighter got up like a team to Miles of Chattanooga and allowed only two earned runs and York Yankees continued their spectacular -
I .t 64, A n.-=:'F1..14.' j "+wj. . .y + :yesUrdaya., blind< bogey tournament I In the box. Al Rodrlgues ended finish in a dead heat for third . Pitcher Bill crouch of. Nashvillewere 13 hits in the last; 27 Inning. he has form reversal when they ) r.
Fob." -Wq, ,,'. .oMetplnlyhlp. ., atP.I. at. the Miami 1 BUtmore. R. the inning short to first: place a nose .In front of the tired (Metal" .. New Turk BeraJ.'1'1-I.... a.I unanimous choice for the pitched. The other American leagu.pltch.r. trimmed the Washington Senators i
... < .. ,1 .... association's all-star
Frank Lassie. Miami Dallr 101. Southern to be ,
err M.' 'Barksdale: M-lB-MMf; RA1LBT-MTLA.M AB It R PO A K are likely Lefty 12-2, for their seventh straight vic
r 1,, mend;:: , \ "at MarUn-Vegue.-$0-b-86'and'! W. T. R.JOII mea-et .a "i S ',,0 It wu'the first, time that -Merry STANTON' Del, July 1 Storms- squad which goes into action Grove and ..eitherBob Feller or tory. They now trail by two games .j '
; ; f i
. souUt W'Iortda..tAil. urk at SL Oll u '.4'0 0 cud, the .Wbeatley stable' bay against the league-leading. Atlanta Allen. -'
1.-t1 lassie
Indians I
" + CoX; 17.780 r award r 4 O' .O bad aver finished out-of-the the leading Cleveland .
Palm.'...8.,04.J.1t-ia--Oa.mptaaaNP, wan {0lub" "J.I eaamI <' !Jack t.H..Ham1.toQP"'o.- .yr*& S "1sle 1 e money, and it may: be said for her colt,, today won the $10,000-added Cracker' here I'Jury' 7, President Although.Terry hain't&; revealed whose game with\ : the Chicago l'
I plc at tit. Au atlas... . ... .' .' .for .low futu, with 88., '', v \JtVarr that she didn't miss by much'aTKr Kent handloap' sit Delaware Park, Trammell Scott!; announced today. his plans Johnny\ Vandem Me r, White Sox was postplneA because tr\) .i'j
Jo a ellro
,'.b. 13.16-Woawn'e' Southt4 uaaveeb.mpoahlp .. : ''h"" ; q ',.P. finishing two length In front of Red Evans New Orleans pitcher, "
1' Ormond: nacho, "A \ I> r.: rf 3 i6{ -i.o i topping badly in the stretc Cincinnati's no-hit, no-run1 phenom of Wet &'found.. .
at BUtmore /autban, as B OaO .V-SS; the pack after ,Mythical King, drew 19 of possible 20 vote and ....
".b. .-38-Maph M"'S;ehazepiobehlp New Kverhart t", professional The,' Fleetwbig a or Carl Hubbell. Giant southpaw Monte Pearson went the distance ,;
'V Palm. Jae.oh. l Ir*" "-na"' ' ...:,.woaI"'J"-'.. l stnd his wife, Hasel I,'will fly, A4p.Lb' 1 .t.l 1 S a O 1 4 e'Tofala very step of'the-, was way; .thriller but for owned by B. F. Whltaker and Paul Richards, Atlanta' catcher-. who wa roughlytreated In last'' for the Yank and allowed onlyfive -
b ,1IB-M&nIh" A t''Coset> .' ,, northward Tuesday to ,witness the sheer excitement Nedayr owned by; W. S. Kilmer manager polled laThe year's all-star eama 'at Washington hit: to register his fifth win \
;r55ScEvr T-A-Amauu...>...> bell ' '. Charley 35 S IT 15 ,4 and a close finish and Stormscud passed. The Chief all-star squad, with the number probablywill! be the Yanks r
,jprt, P.( O. J:.:A.-. tournament KKT writ A BR HT'p AXBakar It'faad-lltUe'on the New starting! of the, year. The led by ;.
'matahplar at IIG ,A uee t.lui. ak s.tiCaltforaia. : Whitehead; South River N.'J, amateur Ib. . 6 0 5 1 eA.Aomdo handicap/ which Rochelle the .'H.-Maxwell;; Howard colt, favorite of votes' received by each pitcher. Jim Turner maybe the Joe DI Magglo and George Bel- ,\

J I .*has 1 announced',jdate* ;"who play bare"esch"winter;? c.1 1, Ortf ....,- M'o > ,B 4o' I e a' 4i 9 -tAltltodrlcual .e 0 oame from behind Liberty te,, beat{Flight" ).In ''for the 'caj; 'at' the final. player followerOateh.reRIcberde, Atlanta. Is; Oaorsa second pitcher and either Hubbell kirk who drove-In seven rune between 'r/
for *...n .open tournament?.) pnly will meet the. erhalte.&t Newark. e 1 0' oil Amory HaskelV tie quarter-mile mark. Haw Orteana. 1' McDounaJ 'Binning'kam. or Vander Meer mop up in the last them, hammered We Fer'I'
; Hat' ;
'v which will the .'lnotor ttt Shawnee; 'Pa. W. Oataa, Ib 4 1 .1 II II Opera. Stormscud with Johnny Longden .,11 three innings. tell and Joe Krakaukas for 14 hits. :.
of carry and: < ... .. .
three 1 e 0 favorite.-
i : ; MunVlUa, Brans.New .
.. 1&8\.1. 'Ia. smartly: guiding him, fought off PitohererCroueh' The"probable le-up.| Bill and
Red Selkirk
5f t attract > \ Rolfe Dickey _
pU11le' required *> .na : 1 5 1 e ,' . ,
15.000 .. SlTZANNK UENGLEJir!: :; .1 Aoavado'rt'; 1 1 0' 0 e .The I last sprint 'was. o.e of .tie the of Orleans, i5. Sunkcl. Atlanta. 16; *! J -\
,.': i" *-Y+-y' tA yfORSE e. challenge: Mythical King Braxton, little R<*k. 11. American-Fox .' Ib; Gehringer, Dl Magglo cl0uted'homers. .
top P.G.'A..tArB., .'<<., ,' I.l I.- -- '" ,, f. : . f It 0 1 il '0'' belt races ofthi'.lef k.-and Opera ,, 14 "Behalk .
--. 'I-/' t: -.7 1 :..r.i''Tt.:: ." a1 1 0 0Sathau who finished *second with Nedan Inflaldara-luaaa UamDhli ; 2b; 'Cronin, ss; Rolf., 3b; Johnson The Bpaton Red Sox who Cro
I Mu"'a:;; :_ F..d.e.lpi. ; .",. : 1k'A: ,.t ;ru(7, ( ,;-I1Prausanee) . e0 e .f* j' Hat; away sine the Wood Mem H\' thfrd/ length In- the.rear.-The'!'; 1 Little'Bock 14; HIU, 10 Atlanta.' Snyd 141), Ho.Little.,- If; DI Magglo cf; Averlll, rf; In, third place twt games behind' I .
i ..'e.I-fD.OOO...... Angelsi OWfl., '. Lenglenrformer'woyldy; champion Gat .. .. *> x "j 1.0. a .-t..looked. like ascertain .winner' cult CBattaixxila.. ;
,_ bald. dV Open.: ::01.aatIi. --- -. "\ .: Chief emir: in fourth alter leading' Red, .S Dickey c; Gomes, Grove and Felleror the Yanks, came from behind with '.r'IJ.
,r'1 .t D woman tennis1'player who ha* been .:Te4a4 '"' .',. T.i'i: when he tjok the lead J Jot the head: the'fl- the OuUl M.n -:;. Vaaa ChattaDOOira. re: Allen .
San. 04I Nr;'lrwaptaYrd !o. emN4 ..' f1 2 1 ;, >yi': for, greater: part of! Walker. Naahvllla,. U;' MallBo, Atlanta, p.' a three-run !rally i to defeat Philadelphia ,
;;'\.e.4.2.: ced' ladMlneute!;a O-O.'r':! sufferingfrom J anemia*' wM Deported Miawf W..I"h '_ == Of"the atreUh.' Coming down to the jourreri.: : : ; DuV} finding 'ihe ;;:126 I1': Parka, Maahvllla, 10. National McCormlck Ib; .Her- Athletics 6-5. "
) .,;I.erja...... -5-4LOOGFm. O.ot _,-\,< :;"". today to be'in an"extremely' !fh.) ..-..... Cat itwobua' i eoe bill.T the';ttn1\ih\ It, wta sjlll all Opera\ pounds hi,.wda carrying 190 great 4li Soul Atlanta, buyaM* at will t .ba r. manr2b: ; Vaughan *s; Hack, Sb; The last-place St. Louis Brows; I
.y .. r. labs flea-t1,00Q,, .ads! ;era r': lariut grave", ,-condition.' :Another': 'of la 9br11n6....O...'''OrlffH, Soharaar, :Baaderaiatellr Hatibut,". like Preeminent,.,.tbert.;! ; a:.t.raln.'' t'61." I!; .. !Placed!*. r.o'-. ': 'Thiy rurman-uD Cr. Cdo LJ'fy Waira-n: Medwick If; "Lather cf: ; Goodman, railed..and 'scored eight runs in \.
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.. OUT'TO STC# Helen' Wills. Moody- Once, Agiin- '.' Queen- ,Of' Tennis-:' World- And Helen. Jacobs .Remains" ',MaidrInWaitingBr PIE GRV' : ,

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It' .. *1. LANIT |II l bles.., Budge MKl Malm defeated -, :Thus Mrs.-- .Moody CaBle In'" 1>enV| played by: two attractive had ran through. t'' story of .ilg crossing over'for'the' o.
CUNNINGHAMBy (...cIaZ 5. New T_ Herald Trlbaae tennis like the of game she stopped at the <
i : -_ Mian* DaI,. Newe) llenner Henkel anti Georgesvon .an altogether dliappoinilngmanner' 'girls,, these things can be ..1m.mensely. the: o. TOKEY'WITI
Ever sinceMiss/ pire's an4 adjusted the
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..::-.....:. LONDON, '"July 2.- Helen MetAlS, tjerm*n-,:.-., *-.: to, a Wimbledon reo- tragic. ''For. JMlas Jaobs --, a "phol.took, game,, 4 whle.o one had : .' .

, I I'I' 6-S, .-.. Budge and MIW Mali .ori thai might. stand forever. this '_ ''trag day. For upt .. onto the .
'' ( Walled. .....> Wills Bloody' corr.,back to the ( a,. s alWs there b et be ao o se wor Pin. Grove Athletic club, which,
ble won by 614, over.lien. It-cannot-have her for won
room pleased Mrs Moody If1' brought the. her and the Mn the.
b BUFFALO, N. Y, July" 8-iDe-! vacant today after throne an absence of of tennis three S hal and Mrs.' Fsvbyan and Miss Miss Jacobs had made agal* ..l-i f hour. 'of triumph for which f he'' ten of a girl from up '. first set wit MO game and ha the honor of\representing Unit ' ted .

a spIte a strong wind which slowed by defeating Helen Jacob ., Marble and Miss Fabyan de, lant fight that called for si ; had set her. heart, .though n.' pl fa when se.b gone to 8-0 In States In the International ama ': .
years; stt
t : ..down several events three Junior *. 6-4, e-0.. In the Wimble) trted.Mme. Mathieu,.France champion's' game to thwart, I in the way she had.. .anticipated.: Miss Jacob' eame to her. the with Misa'Ja-' teur1 boxing matche's against ,
records were shattered today -.t and Billy Yorke England .-I but Mrs. showed neither .... and deliberately Cub. .
Moody '
1 don final racing past. an Inlured The stage had been< set for Wimbledon final In'. 19X11, cobs at Key West Monday night \ .

I, 'J the opening of the 50th National and. limping opponent to 6-S. disappointment. over the"'Jns4ner this encounter exactly as' It; frat find Helen Wills already hitting bur lug to. take the best lit"local '\: .l ,

'"".' .A. A., U. championships, her eighth and probably her It, 'No nation ever beforek won of her victory f nor t u: was set at; their. last meeting.Then . there and far, too Bood for her. ,matters,. Mrs. Wlghtman amateur circles to the gala '' {,'

.- > ..*'* .. .Marks th the pole vault, -8,000- last triumph,' and a crowd of: all five titles In the Mine ;year.1 elation ever the'fact of it. She .. now, lU..1\loodJ'twas.. ) Three' times sine* then she ,.on, took MI. Jacobs' hand and July 4 fntv/ '::)'J'

i ;::0. .. meter steeplechase and -the 10,000- le,OOO; stunned by .the ,sudden The* latest .meeting' of the ..5 played through dim j;and de< ,, t.TJnafo... ...>a'' comeback .i' ndagain has i come through again, to talked with' her a moment. Chick Andersoncoach of the I! 1 ;,
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I'. meter-run were made.. The sprint _Uap..f.MIA Jaeqb after a two Helens In the same arena 'tached, but she showed her' thousands of people who meet the ,same flayer and once Miss Jacobs shook her head. announced ;' ,, '
Y that t'
.e. events fell .short'of standing rec- .tense first ..t, received her almost where, three ;years ago, they* sympathy. tons Miss',Jacobs jln1' wanted to.. it waited In line abe ( a stroke of and Indicated .t I\ln Moody team will .wear' atray' t/
ords. of dra-( ,little ways that did not I wit and the wouldcontinue oy A.rlcnt
In silence. waged one the snost escape* for many hours.The first all- victory n a champion up.t hi 'and ;
flag on *
Jack McLaughry of Brown university maUi C e lIa, I s battles ever the noticeof the orowd.. night of this Wimbledon b but her d bathrob / '
queue abroad
..**' 'Mrs. Moody1victory' so' disappointing. - borne a; I patriotic be .worked :.. ,}
I was the first new .chainw In' the manner of known was, strangely like S And H.must be set". down to, formed outside the grounds .onl/ a the yearsXwhen .)ire. tress' > each of trunks. \t"
Ion pair ring
:. pion to be crowned. Although Its accomplishment, was the their celebrated' match -at Won 1\1.... Moody1 credit'that after Xd many could not get anywhere Moody did not compete. It was soon'.'sver,' lor"hl It o .

.L.- J'.' ....:\i falling! far short of the junior reo- Important Item In. a- day of ..." Hills in :1933 when 1\1.... all these\ years she stillwasJhebetteiuteiinleplayer near the' court. QueenS Ad now, Mrs. Moody only one more point. It _TblJel.wi leayeSunday..Jioon- ..

. ----- -.-' ordhung up-U'y-Chartes---Modleze-w. -'iecordiInwblehth.Uiilied--, .Meody retired. b CaU se_,ofs_ __.' : ; :.and "Ua1ap-as !In attendance_., w tbe. t. and although. I'eUe tiverybody when the.ed" aeroca. The ".['((1'
p' strained back. 'Ibis time their likely,would have beaten: different" There afew Dally .News sports S
ski of the Shore A. C. of Elberon, States came back to complete ,, very 'the gap ThOtwefl"thetlI"'ibs5'5 were departent. .
\ . N. J. In 1933 McLaughry threw world dominance In tennis for roles were reversed an. ..ppo ea' unhampered by &"la 198& when the two steadily lessened, t handclaps as Mrs. Moody weD which arranged for the ,' ,
.' : the 16-pound hammer 163 feet* the first time since the great Miss. Jaoobs pulled a tendon Injury. 'That, of course,'Ia a girls walkedout -ont the Helen was t later. around the net t take- send the boys with Pop Burr's .

.)_ inches to win the opening event. days of Big Bill Tilden. and .In her right leg and after slje matter'of. opinion, and It Is our These'were young .the .t. All of thingswereIn Jacobs' hand. crowd had, University .of Miami swimmers, \ I"",'." ;'

.1"; Elno Penttl of the Mlllrose A. ANew little Bill Johnston. The winner .had lost the ninth came of the. true that the inJUI' came at a Both b-ln champions , the' minds of the spectators . wanted Mrs.. Moody to win, but who-are tQ give a series of exhibitions .,
L I "'. York, successfully ,defended- of every Wimbledon title match -she was> so obviously In time '-when" Mlss' "_be' 'appeared - and. longer.Mrs. "as>- they went throughthe not.In this way. Mn.-MOOdy Monday. _,morning. The ..

I r his title ln the senior division cf was an American. pain It appeared feoltsh for her likely \o .establish a Moody W now 82, Miss preliminary warming up, did not look happy, and .she' aerocar will 'leave Venetian pool. o-

.. the combination Junior and senior Donald Budge playing with to continue. Bat she did not winning advantage In the first. Jacobs nearly s '. and the prospects of.another came to the door. -.-.through at noon Sunday. ., .
J., : ;. io, oo-meter run. J. Errol 'Vaughn 'Gene Mako and Alice Marble retire, even when Mrs. George 1'WI&htmut. \I set. '. V For 10 year' .two girls memorable match were. ezoeU which she:already had.. walked Included In the eight boys are :""

/ -of New York Athletic club finished added the men's and mixed her captain, came ', Pursned 'all her tennis life fro the same street, In Ber. lent. seven tm la chplpn. 'she several who have won honors In <.,

first doubles title to the 'singles title onto. the court and pled with by misfortune,, Miss\ Jacobs received OaL, had.. been meeting It was Bet apparent Immediately turned .. -the Florida A. A. U. and Golden Cloven .

I ,_ tablish In\., the record.junior division to time es ,.1.lie won yesterday, and Miss her. She played on to the end, one of fate's crudest;, In the final rounds of big tour- tat Miss Jacobs was 'packed center court 'where It championships. The team well '
Vaughn's .
\ a winning only three point In blows today Although, funds and their one Is she" will compete I
for the event 32:37.8. Marble and Mrs. Sarah PaifreyFabyan J'nt .a hurt; twisting for a passing unlikely balanced and should give good 1
.'_ was : compared .
. ". ..with'the mark of "83:8.4, set' won. the women's dou- seven. games.Dairy -.I mentally. It wasonly a cam tie lot Intense a shot In the t game, but again. account of itself I

"f' .i . t.' by William Feller of .Drake university Eddie Martin, the Pine. Grove

In 1937. Tosserg J. 'Wimbledon's :Ghampion For Eighth Time 'Y"PlaysTo Tie &achEeats'Ceorgia.Team. 160-pound representative Is one of

i .In the -pole vault; Baylord May- LegionJltniQfStarsPicked the best looking amateurs to come l'

,c nord, jr., Los Arlgeles' schoolboy, Defeat .Heaters up In recent years here. He holds .'.\

I ... soared to a new record of 13 feet, With JayceesCharleston win over Ray Slattery, Charles \

I ", 8% Inches, The 1935 mark of 13 Campbell and Bill Bryan. Bill, .

: feetr-7-inches-was-estabHshed-by Southern Dairies-defeated Original i Younts.hit two home state 160-pound champion sufferort ,

1 .'. William Roy of Loyola university Solar Water Beater 9 to 0, w runs, but they availed nothing when a broken jaw when. he fought

t % New Orleans. in the Commercial Baseball leagueat the league's 9 o'clock rule halted Marvin _5'

}I i George. DeGeorge 'of the New For Miami Nine Highland park yesterday after ; __ the Y. J.(. C. A. and Junior Cham 1 The 112-pound' 'be C-

York Athletic' club closed a 25-yard noon. Jim Byrd led the winners br of. Commerce d.altck.d. mall little wi represented -
Jnnngs. by At\Jood,
gap In the last 150! yards of the : 1 at the plate With, three hits. Gray ,5.J a Civic softball game night a classy rlngman who has 10 I

I 3,000-meter steeplechase to capture \ on the mound 'for the Dairy'boys, f at ./ park. Circuit Court won

;. the event in"the record time of Fifteen young baseball stars yes let the losers down with five hits Clerks beat. Woodmen, the World, Homer Carter husky right- of his last 12 In starts.both Lyal the Peter,

9:40.6: shattering the old mark by terday were named to form the and fanned 11. Mftgno and Hlxson 7 to 2, in the second game. runner-up Golden .
hander with and Gloves and A. A. U. state
made good catches in the field. a peculiar delivery tourncyji,
almost seven seconds. Harvey Seeds American Legion The Jaycees got six off Austin
,\ I With the junior events ended Junior team for district ..competition There will be two games today. ,'5' Younts and used six Y. M. C. A plenty of speed came out second also 'will fight in the 118-pound

which starts about 15. Solar Water Heater plays Jersey )4 to do class, along-with Cass. The Cubnn
interest was centered on the senior July % errors their scoring, but best In a tight plchet. battle with
,, contests tomorrow an' especially The club .picked after several Ice Cream at Highland park and .5 55 't. game was tied up.In the Oliver Barker last night as Miami team* Includes two U8-pounder. ,
on Fred Wolcott, speedster from week. of trial games under Pete Miami Beach Maule plays Southern . ; when It .called. Byron Westbrook wit fight In

'I'I Rice Institute, who withdrew from Roberts Milt Gostel and\ Joe Ma- Glass at Central field. ', Miami ." 010 210 JO-s S 1 Beach defeated the Georgia Power the featherweight since h ,

,:r the 100-meter dash today to save' son of the Miami recreation department Score by Innings: r7:1::. Y.Bhaw M. C.and A.I "..'oni; 210 YOUDU 10- 4 and e Co. 10 of Atlanta, 1 to 0, In an has waded through just about al

'.': himself for the greater test io".. will be sponsored by Solar Water Heater 000 000 00- schernott. A 11-lnning struggle at Flaming the boys of thVt class In recent

., morrow. Railey-Milam. Bob Wickard Is In. Solar Water 000 000 000-0 6 3 Circuit .Cor Word 001 O01 010 120 S 1-2' -I 6 a I' park. months. Jimmy Conger a tough

The New York Athletic club charge for the Legion. Southern D. 210 020 04x-tf 13 3 Swift and Brnl Vecue and Byrd. 'I club fighter lad, will box In the

., team honors today. Its won Four crack pitchers two right Womack. Brady. and Moye; Gray r That Is, Carter came out second lightweight class and Bob Martin .

= entrantsscored handers and two southpaws, give and Berry.Helen. best as far as the final score a wild tough fellow
30'points to 19 for the Shore Mile Record swlnglng. wil
the Miami boys a star staff. The showed but the Georgian pitched be the
A. A., 15 for \the University" of' a wee bit better game than his
lefthanders are Quintin Wellbaum
North ,. ttI1.; Gene J ohns will
Carolina and 10 for Riverside Miami
Andrew Jackson star, and Eugene Jacobs plump rival, running Into a little represent
Junior college Riverside' Cal. luck in the second extra in the .
Burke, Bobby Hogue, Ponce de tough
,. .. The California school had a Leon ace, and Lewis. Womack give I To Be Goal frame.

champion in Clyde Jeffrey who the club: two dependable right Ih, Carter breezed the ball past
won the 100-meter dash To Meet 5
In 10.7.In .
Hopes Races
I handers. Sailing
., Miami Beach batsmen for 18 strikeout .
; the first
track event of the
I The catchers ere William Nixon '
Of allowed only three hits and
:' Greyound
I James E.
day Davis
of North Car- -S5-5.
and Harold Lundbloom. *
Infielders -
Issued base bsjls
only one on.
' ,. olina university took the 1,500- named are' Ivan 'Ashley, captain 4 ,,5, Barker was touched for five hits Carded

...- '. Leonard meter title after a stretch. duel with of the club; Frank Cooper Moody Again 4S By FAT ROBINSON and had 1 strikeouts.. Oliver did Today .

: \ Spencer University of Sale Melshing, Calvin Andrew and .. .,. not walk
a man.
.5 NEW
2. Two week
> California. -
: Davis' time
was 3:58.1: YORK
.;;i: :f \. { less than a second off the junior Matthew Buck Weems.RIeder Outfielders Robert Hughes are, EDITOR'S NOTB H..... I. the ran S';..,, 5, .. ,V* +' worn UI world's, greatest The Georgians will attempt to
story of bow a leg Injury ekaeed MI. Members
V' ; horse will attempt to lower his even the score with Greater Miami of the Miami Yacht
; '
record. Carl Bryan and Lew Bowers. Helen Jacobs t* loee oat to Mre. H..... own
::"t.;": k" .'J Glenn Cunningham on. of thecountry's" Will. Moody In tbfrfr Wimbledon tra- L : world record for a mile. teams tonight when they play Walgreen' club will hold their regular schedule -

tr'r: - greatest.nU ri -wHl The team will practice eachmornnlr '. all final I today "aaU.l_ ..!by,the plarky.- __ No I am not referring to War ., the leaders In the Inter. of sailing races in south bay
; an- ( from IIM'until: on at loaet henel/J.
4 : L 4 ewer the starter's tomorrow Miami Admiral Seablscult or any other City "Softball league second half this afternoon with the- starting ,.
gun field starting Tuesday,
tt .t ? M, against 13 By HKLEN!: JACOB pampered, pet of the running turf., season. Chet Jordan, the regular line adjacent to S. E. ,25th road. S
are Clubs tthe district competition
t. 1 ....:- to dethrone him as national will Include Fort L WlMBLEfoON, Eng., July 2.- But I am referring-on the author Beach twirler, will do the pitching with the Suicide class as the open-

,t, t .' senior, Hollywood u.derdals My physician; Dr. J. J. Dunning Ity of Maj. Algernon Dangerfleland for the druggists. opposed by Jack ing event. .
outdo.or champions in the Lake Worth '
and West
,..' 1..If., ..' 1,500-meter run., II Palm Beach. tells. me that my leg injury was the a host of other turf experts Williams. I These sailing races are open to

}.., ti) :-.. k result of, a recent.mishap\ to my to Gr.yhond. king of the trott.r The Beach mad. Its' tally on all sailing craft .

shoulder,; .. The great gelding .will On boat owners and
a' Jimmy Drury's 'single to right center '
J4i In, trying to save the, shoulder 1 1 his the clock their friends are requested to be

'k\\J. B Milf: T NJIN s'l earns throwing 'tott. trig' a aJ'a1lLmy : on ove luc half-mile' circuit known raced, a<,to passed thlrd.-jtnd ball on' fhrtutieisen'sgrounddr which Drury at S. E.: 25th road with their boats .,

right leg. :I first. felt theln- as Historic track at N. Y to First Baseman Mc- ready to start for a' picnic to

J jury to my shoulder; my semifinal This is the same whichhe one of the Islands In' the bay to be .

> ; t_match against Alice .Marble trqtted the. tracJ o.e 1:59: % .Just Culley. Mcley's' .relay 'to the announced t' time of the Start
plate got too late
and Dr. Dunning bad to. give' me which
ayear be 9 All participants -
AMKKIOAlf LOVE alo. wi a I
to get Drury.i .
American Leaguer -a special osteopathic .treatment- '
'.. Both his drjverij Sep Palm of requested brim their
,' ntandlngePot fore I could move.. i i The only other time the Beach basket lunch.
his millionaire Robert Brown 'i 'J.
I w..I W. L. l ct. Dtrolt O05 000 000- B 5 0St. Idianapols. and threatened ., I' ;
< was .In venth '
L1 : : Cleveland 40 22 ,64ft Waeb. ..* 34 311.483 Louie' '120 200 S2x-13 14 0 I aggravated thisInjury while ow.r. . of SU Charles, the chairman of the.committee._ .
- .. N. York 39 25 ..608T Phlla. 85, ..436St. Laweon Poffenberger Coffman( and practicing with "Btl Tilden' 3rcyesterday. HI, who him Innlnl. when Jordan andHamm' Race schedule todayt '
: : bought for $W>0
., '. ': -- : asa 1:00 .. I
t'nston 2T .61slctncao 33 .1421p.tii York; H. Mill. and Heath.Waahlnaton For'a moment I with two outs. :; p.m.-Suiide ci. beat' '
4 : ,.;.& 83 84 .493 Louie ao. ..828if' 010 OOO 001.1, t $ thoughtI yearling, believe the Gray Ghostcan 1:06-rexm.: .-Cricket claae ,1. , : \" ,
j". );>ihi;' ....,' .. ireeterday'a New York 201 223 20x-12 14 1 would not 'be able to play today lower those figures Georgia-had several good scoring I::1O p.m.Snlp cl... >..f..'i,,-,t1' ,,S , 'I ,'.
'\.: 'ft: .lrl:, Wasblngtoq: 3..: W. ; .rre1l. Krakauekae and R. Farrell but the doctor bandag.d'my.. leg __ opportunities, but lacked the ''punch 1:15: cIa.. .. v f J : ,
x Greyhound makes his I "
first " ;
start :20 .
H. < Detroit S. Olullanli: Parson and Dickey. : p m '
., Cleveland. at'Chlcao-wet: al'o..nd., Cleveland, at,Chicago wet srounde.Boston . and I felt fit to'go on the, court. I of the year.Monday iri one of the with men on bases.. }:;:25 p. m.=":" Cl.: ::.(,"lf 'w,5 ,.. .7:: '..:; .
Tod.,,'. Oamee 000 102 03_ 0 2 What actually happened was The Atlanta team will play Mi J:SO p, m.-"a11-cl... _
Boston at New York. Philadelphia 301 001 OOO-5 S 1 new all-age stakes at Cleveland. ami Beach I:3S p. m.-"D" claee.:00p. .
?: Waahlncton at Philadelphia. Waftner, Dlckman Oatermuellev. eeautelir this.: When the match stood at _'S There used 'to be little or no com again tomorrow night : m.-Suicide second heat
: noR __ ,___, .
Detroit at St. Louis. Peacock; Dean, Wllllanu I ;., 4-4 In the first s.t.and 40-30 with _-' -. petition for trotter after In the closing game of the series. '::05 p. m.-Galcket claae.
at Chhc.go. and Hayea. a or pacer dKOROIA 1:10: p. m.-Bnlpe cl....
..t I, P.. Cleval.DdT ,. '. Oamee Mrs, Moody Iserving,. I tried to -WlrephotoLONDON Ills thre.yearolaeason.. Oooliby. at 4 ooooo 2:111: p. m.-Moth CIa., ..
; New York at Waehlngton (two gameS). rtach a very fine passing shot on England, July Wimbledon champion for the for Instance, Greyhound Lstyear. R. William., Jb 4 0 1 0 1 0 2:20: p. m.-"A" cl... ,
Pltteburs-h at Boston (two camee) National League Oardn.r. .. 1211: p. m.-"B" cia...
'F'; Clevetand at Detroit (two terms i. my r4sbt-t g. it felt as though. eighth time is Mrs. Helen Wills Moody, who today defeated a five-year-old, had no races. But Carter, p : gAg 'i g 1:30: p. 1-0" 11..
I St. LoIl1. at Chicago (two lames). something had torn. MoCulley. IbB. 1:811: p. m.-"D" CIa...
% 6 0 7
Helen 6-4 finals of annual !!- five new all-age stakes have been
Jacobs in the the
Bt. IxiUle 100 000 000-1 S 0 6-0 ", Howell 2bDlckaon. : 0000..J 3:00: p. m.-.Suicid. thIrd heat. .
Mrs. Wightman (Mrs. HaXelHotchklss 11.
., ,. .
: Pittsburgh 031 001 00-11 S 2 added the older horses
to ,
NATIONAL LEAOCK give a .'2b 1 0 0 0 1 G 8:0: p. m.-Cricket claee. 5"
. S McGee, H.trelland Owen; Kllnzer and Wlghtman) ,asked me If England tennis tournament. break this 1. WlllUma, 4 0 0 1 0 0 : p. ra. Bnlpe' CIa...
j stsndhnga Todd. I wanted to change) the bandage, I Parker, ef r .4 0 0 1 0 0 all p. m.-Moth ...
\ -: w. i_. Pet. w. i. **, New York 003 001 121-8 It 0 Now in his six-year-old year ,. Anderson, If 3 0 a 0 o 0 p. m.-"A" elm...>
4"><, N. York 42 24 ..38|Boeton 29 30 .42 Brooklyn 000 000 001-1 S 2 but I (declined and continued play- Greyhound Is said to be bigger, Whltt. It e o o 'o i 0 3:211: p. m.-"B" 11....
*. PltteburgClnclnnat :34 20 .676 Bt. Louie 28 32 .to1 Hubbell and.Denning; Fltsalmmona Harrow ing although I was in very great Seabis ui EnteredIn Baldwin I e .{ 0 1 10 000 3:30 p. m. "C" class.
I -r 35 28 ,6ot)Brooklyn 28 38 ...0.t and Shea.Philadelphia Guldahl Tops faster and grayer than ever. all, p. m.-*'D" 01....
-' Chicago 36 au ,6B4Phlla.Yeeterdaye| 18 42 .300 000 000 001-1 5 1 pain. Stars And StripesBy In fact he has grown almost Total 4- 6x2 .
.. Beiatte Boeton 000-200 00-2 4 0 I am I could not play better I-'C.rt.? out third etrlke.11 .
and lie actu- b..nle
Johneon, ,
Blveee and whiter stranger
; Butchtnaon .
York 1. \/ sti.
New 8. Brooklyn "I AB R M PO A
t is .. ''' Boiton and R. Mueller. but the pain was excruciating. ally has lengthened rld.. Nordetrom.B ei t 00630 I
) *:*.',.. Clnclnn.\I.Chl..O Jr2'h Pf.1I tOII.l'l.. Cincinnati-Chicago; not acheduled. Before the match despite my bandage Point Scorers ( ,. VbIt.I Pee..) The ordinary trotter l gets 23 or Hal..v. C I 0 0 13 S 0 SaySneadlshes

; not echeduUd.\ ,' 1 felt full of confidence, but July Z. 4 0 i 000'
CDCAO. Sa feet to stride, but Greyhound
\ CHunee a Haminjb a 0 J 0 :1
:tlo.. ... .. Southern Association I[ never thought the result was of the 2 1'i.. New York (2 ) It bsult S standing 16 hands 1% inches-a Compton 2b I 0 0 I 1
at Brooklyn (2 ..m..). ,. Drury 3bMeeka.
Philadelphia foregone conclusion.I stable, 4 1 1 e 0 1
lw. Naahvllle 100 O03 201-7 10 1 .entl a full hand taller than the average .
Cincinnati. S.
Chicago- Ralph Guldahl, two-time U. If 0 O 0 o e
\ ,. .., Bt. Louie .t Plttaburgh. (D g.m..). Birmingham Blrkofer 002 001 010-4 8 1 am going home aboard the, has 82 the last minut.ty trotter, strides 32 feet. The Chrlstianeen, : 0 0 0 0 I 0 Cooper
and Blaemlre r
T_.....'. dame* and Crouch, ; Kimball, Careon Seorglc.; on July 9 and will be playing Open champion, played running ad Stripe. fow Barkerp 3 0 0 0 O 0
MCDougal.Atlanta toe-
t .1" Boeton at Philadelphia (two gamea). rounds of tournament medal play average trotter also uses a B., Drry. afTotals 0 I IMIAMI'
000 004 00_ 0 2 In the championships at Forest feature at Arlington Park Mon '1
1//6"% Chicago at Bt. Louie (two gamee) Little golf since Jan. 1 at of plate to help him lengthen out, but !!!
PIttsburgh at Cincinnati (two ....... Rock 200 060 OOX 8 I I Hills, where I hope again to meet an average '

t' I 42. ."-- Brooklyn_ _New York_ (_two ._.m.._). Klmbrell Bunkel; Petraekey Bharp, Braale, Harrla and and Coble.Wllllame, Mrs. Moody. If I !tfon't beat her I 71.5 strokes. This stretch of sub- day.Howard, who scratched the Greyhound needs no such device.In No_Barker out, bunted foul"lr etrlke. Slammln' SmmJ Snead Miami
nothingbut out. when
J par golf has placed him far ahead horse In the Masa. fact, Greyhound needs WinnIng; run Open .
BOCTHEBI4 ASSOCIATION hope at all even to give her a Boon by InnlnisX pushing Harry
terrific -
: *.. of all rivals In competition for 'the his own matchless form ._
I International LeagueBuffalo better than this afternoon. ehusetta Suffolk Georgia Power 000 000 OOO OO 0 Cooper for the lead
I j game stamina .and Miami Beach amohg moneywlnnlnl' -
Tooetys 'OAtlanta1 Harry Vardon ap- last because speed, boundless 000 000 OOO 01-1
:rr I at Little Rock (II ). m.morla award Dwa Run In Christiansen
camee b.l.d ; two-baas professionals
.. .j.1' Naehvllle at Birmingham (2 gameS), O01 OOO 020-S : 1 cording to P..G. tendon, said he great heart. hit, ; stolen base on I'ol accordIng -
t.> t (I... Chattanooga at Memphla.Knoxvllle Montreal two OOO 020-2i 6 Gables Jaycees Guldahl picked up points by believed the swelling had He went unbeaten In his three- baeee. OepreJa Power 7, 'M'-.i.b 4; to figures releasedby Freddy
at New Orleane (I gam<.). Harri. IUPI.19fn.i and Rogar- sub baee on bills, off ,
.J't.Ij1 he captured ; by
It S. and West.rnOpeJ season when Car
the U
Teenorrew'e OameeAtlanta FIRST : .winning sided enough to per. year-old Carter .18, by : pitches Corcoran P. G. A. tournament bureau -
at Memphla$ (two gamea). Baltimore... 000'000 OOO-0 S 1 Beat Post Office in successive weeks, .bring. on a fast track. he; Hambletonlan In 2:02Vi: andever I, Oerter Barker; paeeed ball.: Baldwin: ; um; director.
. I. City 000 100 Olx 2 T 1 Cooper, who
Knoxxllle Birmingham (two .m. ) :- total 244. Paul Runyanis then he has been lookingfor pires.Horton and Tim. of topped .
C Chattanooga Little Rock (two ..m..). Cantwell and Spencer; stllea and P ddon. to Ilna. Berne, 2:24.Barclay's: .. .d.rlck money winners In 1937, hal taken
Nashville at New Orl..... (two ames>. SECOND 'OAMB CoiO second with 207 and Harry COOT Three Tied For Lead the horse that can lead him t down
Baltimore The Junior Chamber of' since Jan. 1
000 OOO 11-2 5 0 $5,1523.8 only $11
is third
... last winner the wire.
; J. City 000 O10 02: a 9 1 per, year's more
AMERICAN merce put over three in the
: ..... runs Beach Net tracks / fast Loses young long hitter
;t ARHOOIATIONW : .- nd Spencer; Joiner and Pad- ninth. with 196. In Class Half mile or mile ; from West
Inning to beat the Postof, '
W L L Pet. .
1\!> r. Bl. Paul 9U 28 P.t.//Mllwa'kee 8K 33Inelanep. ..BIS.4BT Byraeuae 1. Old 000 020 0-8 S 1 9 to 6, in a Coral Gables Softball, The leaders''\: slow heavy or muddy tracks; sunshine Its 7thC The Vr&lnla. :
\ ... I 3> 27 .5 1 1 Toledo T 32 38 Newark 000 003 000 1-4 10 1 Ralph Ouldahl 2441 Jimmy Thomson 120 or rain-it's all the same, to J :
',r' Kan. City 3' 211'.1I8 \Columbu. 28 3D .418 Cook and Rlcharde; Stlne and Roear. league game last night. Thevis- Paul Runyan ]Prank Moore 68 Ruth| Ilertzman, Evelyn Erhlich He stands ready' to Je : Cooper
Mln'polla 36 33 .622 Loulevllle 22 46 .424 itors 'piled, up 12 hits off McDonald Barry" Cooper ...fl Jug. McSpd.n 08 and Phyllis Kohn in a tie for Greyhound. :;Snead .gm: a-t
; ., ..._. R.eulte.Thjt. Jimmy Hlnea K RBEd ar horse any time
i Erwin Lfooh race any anyhere. The .econd week of the second- "
hitting three of the class RIt 4.U90
r Toledo 9: ,Columbua 1. American Association safely Byron Kelaon 62'Trank the lea girls' tennis f 1.1
c : City 4. times and Jones.slamming a homerun lam ,Snead 171 Walsh MKm members at Flamingo and -at any half pennant race in the Central Paul Runyan J.J2? ,1anil
:ltt MII..k.\i..o: .. Columbua 000 010 OOO-1 5 '1 but Postof flee kept Henry Plcard ill Zimmerman 4.1nenny Girls who have Boys there's a horse! Field Commercial Softball leagueended Jimmy Thomaoa I
until park.
I' Columbua at ,Toledo <2 gamee).' 000 000 021-'3 I 1 I pace John Revolts 155 ,Shut n last Byron Neleon Ji
Indlanapolle at Loulevllle. Kelleher and Ryba; -Johneon and Htokle. the ninth with 10 safeties off Tony Penna. 154 Jimmy . 3ti passed all three tests forehand night with the Swift Ralph Ouldahl J'J2n. S )
"., Bt. Paul .t Mlnneapolle. Haacken.Mllwauke .Grlffen.Oablee Victor Qheail 162 Oene Bara en 39 backhand and balls Pros Will Be Weary Pack.r defeating luck- Jimmy Mines ;. o. ,
/ pick-up %
3.1HS 'i
Kaneaa City at Milwaukee.' 120 000 Oil_ 8.-1 Horton H6 Olin Dutra 34 ae 'Barclays
ii I VeenotroWe: OuneeIndlanapolle Kanea. City oat 000 OOO_ 3 1JunKI. J."..... sEt O1O 013 r IS I Dick Smlt 120 Willie Hunter 31 Barbara Gordon Ruth Hertzman, When This One Ends less liquor ten, Bar. Vicr Ob..a l.l0f.2 /
Poet ,
. .. 2cn 000 2 10 ;3.to2ruf.n 17th defeat
at Loulevllle (two gameKaneaa and Suet; Vance, R. Miller\ Oay and Gloria Evelyn Erhlich, clays 18 games .Toney Penna 0:
City at Milwaukee (two game)' and Hart).. *Taylor; McDonald and HOT- Fred Marries'' Gooklnd. the season started Horton 2,821 :
,r.. Toledo at Columbua. (two gamea). Phyllis Wrano* RitaScho.nteld Ky Smlt 2,71.0
Mlnneapolla. at St. Paul (morning). NEW July 2.-A new Eddie : home run Frank Moore 2.10.0
Alice Mar- YORK Gonea'
-, \ ..: :'1,,!., St. Paul at I Mlnneapolle, (afternoon). South Atlantic League. Round Robin Net Meet College Sweetheart cilia Wagner members are open wltn a total of aard' gave -IQ Baa Harold McBpaden 1,820, 5 0
,. INTERNATiONAL LII"'OUJI: Columbia 4 8 I Greta Kufma-.lw, Bernstein 12,600 In prize money highest In a temporary lea but It melted Jimmy bemaret 1,735
'. "Jt.. t" 91' L Pct. 'W L Pet.. Auguata s 10 16 2 Carded AttRoey Plaza BATON Sdra modern has been scheduled fut, due to errors and Swift's Laweon Little 1.7300
!ew.rIt; 41 10 .TO$ 7... City 34 38 ,4T2 Chamberlain: Brooks and Rise! ;*'Biggsand ROUGE, L. July 2.- ,and S over gol.Fenway Golf club at iraely Barton and Wilson Frank Waleh J.IO.oo,
Dellaaega. ( memberof hltnl' Willie
1 Buffalo 3. 28 .563!Baltimor. 28 38 .434 UP-.9'red Ham, jr Ooggln
,),'.,. Oreenvllle 8 11 ISpartanbura' Members of the Florida Ye 'r- White Plains' The event for Swift while 1,220.001.05O
; , Syracuse 8J 112 .008 Montr..1 29 8* .426 I the 1938 Walker Cup team, and Triumphs Spt 2-2. 1 Ddl. 00
; '- pe.ter 31 811 .to:! Toronto. Ramits 26 38 ..406V..t.May' Wright and Brlttaln, Page and Pavlovta.Maoon Ilia. Hound club units the Roney Plaza hit bride, the former Sarah Paula Balantne will be 108 meda play. Errol Thompson made three hits I George Von.Elm see 3ftHtif

..., Buffalo 5; 2. 18 19 3Savannah C&bhna' Sun club and Miami B1U- Howard,' honeymooned Carolina' Tourney with 18-hole rounds tnt for thelosers.. I Willie Hunter eel 25

'loI-f: -11 City. s.5.Sl.. : Belttmo N Osecond Bacon Brlnard. 8hec%S ,' Stewart. S 16 and 6 more Country club;,will compete In tonight Shrevepor coast. The two days and 36-hole rounds ...:....._. 100 110 301-7 9 4 Bam Byrd Baraien 575 0 0

gem.Newark I; Byraeu.) 2 (10 InDl...). Wllloughby; Peuullo, ,Patchin and Lenta. a one-day round. robin 'tennis,tournament former. national: intercollegiate .golf next two Barclay *..... 020 000 020-4 8 6 ono Dutra 500 380.00 ,
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6 .. a T.da,,'. ham.. on the Roney Plaia courts Howard AHV. N. C. luly, 1- The-committee |In charge for the McMillan and Relnbott; Thompson Aba Beplnoaa s
champion Miss were 380.0
; . ''I'orotl'' at Buff.lo. Geo Florida tomorrow SUM l and ( three on the par- and Tommy A
.: &- League arbett; professional Golf
Westchester 31.0
.. .:: Montreal,::. Rocheetef. at the Beach-club married toy.,, the climax of a romancer 36th hole today gave Marshal Beach
Newark. announcedresterday fur of Myles
. -6 Syracuse. TnomaavlUa 4.: Moultrla 3:10 Innlnge.rlous : 18. months ago Greenville 8. C theCaln composed Cr. More Rich "'
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BaZUmor Tournaments
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I Tallahaeaee ,
.T..a6..w'. oamee ; 10 Innlnss, .' when 'she) freshman atjoulslana lunyase> A.( Meicl AtentoQ -
Toronto .t Roch..wr (two pm..). CorOlla Albany 10, Oordele 1. Entries should.--. 'be, made with State and Glf' association cham tarron,', Baiters and John R.InglU. On Pro .
I I ))4P Montreal .t Buffalo (two ......... Albany* 1.lea IT- Harbett.. More than 60 playersare unl..rlt annual tourney leally Ned Today . Golf Schedule '. '
J Haau ,
S'I'O_ .tHattl_ (two .. 'w, senior. "
Jeremy. CUr at 1'1.' ...... (_ S S-_). H. 8mttll'BaatI'' and Taylor; Beea and expected'to compete' In thetourname held at Ashevllle.BaJentine stal'e -' '

h -. SOUTH ATLANTIO LZAOU2l Mkh.l.aiiaaah.' .. S 11' 4anheficus . . Grace'Methodist! a.' spcu.ttdrl.. de N., Hawaiian Group Joins ByPoo." ;; Base Runners Nine' tournaments are on the list :5"
4 1Conine Wins Ge.Burlhl&a .: -
l and McAdameV VoCon ''4U"-, 1 for. fo.-mneY"l'olfer during the next
Ya.terSay'u Re.nIt. Billie Sykes.Leading up American Kennel Club Jackson Memorial-
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:&ck.onvfli.. Si Cohiubu. 3. . nnnalato; 'lO.tnnlnge.Uoultrtee > From S' Sophia TeamS by Jerry Hogsette slua-g.r. starting with the P. < :"
Jaok.onI. 5 5 3 and G.
4'It ,IBlnya Girl .Softball Singer Retains Lead A championship at Shawnee, Pa. '
Thonrnertlle Batters ,
hoiuinbU. each of
BraUo ......4 v.,.. 'Aptwsrp; .raw". ..4 .and Roberuoai. Bmnner and,.Iin'.11 !,'. . -' 5 NttW YORKy 2T. ad- Kight. whom hit safely ..Te scheduler ".
Cuelok. ; 10 Innlnge.Beltlngl Grace. Methodist trounced club ..poun4.d out ,% hits 'to
,. ( / ,S Int Chess-Rankings mission K.n.1 f"I J O.l5.$5' P. 0. A. ,
'T.dai'$ 0.... I ..75aaoa Blllle 8yl ss,;short lielder holds- Sophia 1 to 3, In a Church to membership In the American rounce American Bakeries,' ?1 '16 Shswn.e Pa. chmpion .

'. Columbia lpartanb at .t A.....vllI......; . .j.naovs Lz&nw the batting lead ''on the Miami softball game played at Central 9 Kennel club emphasizes the far- 11, *In a Moofe Park Ctmerclal 01"1.July .1,11_,_ ChIcago Opn .t ..

i' OreenllI6 t.I Bleach girls' A Softball team field. rut night. ,!.TullylDunlap Singer maintained his No. league Softball "I''I.I .' .
,t' Savgnnah "1 :.AD, Vaited PWm.V which Art flung realm of the governing body game Jt lar st.. .Paul bean at Kcl6a'kwood"1 -
,. Macon at Columb.. . ,'..'1 has won four' of six games this winning/pitcher, allowed only three 1 ranking by. defeating Alfred of pure-bred in the The victors hit and the bases .
:>' !tw M aeon at Toouzw.w.Augusta. !' Okni.' Player and elub-v.i, OXAB, A; H ,.Pet, season.5 Mary. Bountree right' hit two of .which' were seventb- Kohn, Now 3, in a Flamingo park States. Maul dol' Unite until they were weso-y the.Bak- *,-.*1"00;, Cleveland! Open at ,;I

.. % :'t. Columbia O..vlll. .t at $a..b. Avertll. Indiana3 Indiana reo: 231 S22 C3 50. 8U 80 .860.384Troeky. holding second place lathe inning doubles. Jimmy Hopkins andVlo' chess challenge match. New .rankIngs from the 'ijawaiianisland ery club contributed 1.eror. A.... 1*'*>.-",t Canadian Open at '

0 1" Columbus gi.J.ckIOnYlII.8partaab. Lombardl Red.. ,/'. 61 1111'II 69 .3S baftlng stand'..&. 'R' Lanford hit for. the circuit for are: ton. be elected to member- One ot Hogsette's was a T; ''$- ; .
Fon. Red BOXS1 64 139 59 84 .353 Grace Methodist.' 1AUred ; :' Lake'Jlacld N. Y. ': q!.
14. .No home
ocheduled"Tomor Singer Kohn. 1.
games are :
hip Within the six run '
Ll.t.OV": 'itelnbaeher Wb{ 50* M 21 34 78 ,101 past
. ".'. .. '; Home-Tuna V, row' night but the A. A: B. teams _" '" Innla 1 xot. 5; Hubert Baal, 4g| Manilla Kauf the mont. Ire Innlngat. . .pt .1-.O Herahey, Pa.. Invlta' '
ul.a 000000 t0-I S 333ahlaa fox Ked'xBox 3Ott&. Ol.tio; 0. M.I ', 030 901 0-IS 1 1 .5; Ralph Lavln, S: How' Wele- The other -was K.I- Memorial 211 BOO 821 21 .4 t : S .
'JU:ir ... | 19 will practice! B "_ ,T , U '
\ Suean Hunter Bller-
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200 000 10>1-8: 1 1 OreenberkTlgeri Goodm.n! ;Rede II \tf> league field IPbl- loo i- 1 e b. ; : \ n el 1 Club which joined the K, merlcan Bakerlea OOO ftO4 Oil-il-141* Ol' Yalli: N. Y4tirutche I
': , .jalitI. u-. .. Baarand .. .." In :Flamingo parl at 4p JLanford'vPoulos; and N.&tt. 9: Monton Kaufman ; Richardatoni v A Hanelll, and Shank .
tf .c.. .; "r65 York, Jlgera 3O( m. today.! . .5 Si 11; Lawrtnoa r.l at' lIt of 1 37. and Had- '
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b MAY PITCHy Softball Averages. Byrd Lead Mountain) Gels Going Over By .Stars Fairf ield' Bow'Leader j. : :. .. Ralph'Guldahl l *

II FORPORTHMENOjus MIAMI T' -. BEACBT'LKAOCBH'' 1 H..toO Dade.Batters Paces Batters ,1RAId! asttaarn5. L1iAa1TS'M Seeks Double. :' "' '

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,.\ 1ri tr.r4..y. ..''fiarSTf Bharaa Ltrug,.. ., SJ *15n 1 1 ".lit..! ,A 'neW leader' -top, the Dt. i r3.. ee fii 9 0104e.MBR aae 'b At "Shawnee ..

y lpel..1.1 T. M. H. A, 1* 1. a ..400 Boy Fairfield, Land-O-Suri outfielder 4' b -'i'
. /. / f. Lioe"mrllt T. M. H. A 4. 15 1* r.1Ie1 County Baseball ,league ,batting collected six hits ta hla last leaf 1'II. ., U It '
Oee er, UI"'a q'r1r
1-1 fat Laacu .6. race.
i /1" cau.y.XIJ&a. . 048 8811 Mxel' 'b& IS 1 .1180 H U U Umi at the plat to assume the .1' .r+eyw, .1 .... V _. .r V ,
$$4 Jimmy
; : Byrd
oJat.U J B A. Go 11 17: :.8 alugging outfleldeV lead In the race I for the batting V 9 (, ,
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FY.'d.Ack'l .1' : male, 'Il (fA 2 8 .181 of the Hialeah ball club, championship. of' the Inter-City Tamb0.a'fePu5ujr I''hlteM"' 70 By rtBArtCIS C.tOaeyrlsBt .. .
MIa"/. 5' .6" a4y. .. L IS. a .4 .Sal who earlier,.ta the season was top ("I . l' .,. } ISM. h Ceea .Ma5) .l{
q= .' ' " a i* .s2 Softball league.I .. 'T6 : ._. In '
f. T .0.a :' Banrta Marina A. C. 44' I 14 .11 mean Some weeks ago Byrd fall .VairrUld Is batting'\ .Ml. 'on* f CHICAGO, July a.-'I'bt.- a, ; '_ .
Marara, T. M. .. n
M IS w 1OVTmla1
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| Into and ''
a ' slump dropped 1
M* .clib( that' nauah. OMo Laasua At .tot aeveralaotobea ?t tl point ahead Of Jo-Jo Hartnett who sit Item of buln. '' (or .Ralph-OuU I ,'
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16 ii' w
. making them all step In.the; Dad Marnla milk I :Marine*. Oll*jAT LaaM 0; At M U .tot.508 with a,:.482 but now la bmk.on'top. "'/ returned" action after a vacation DUcarni IZAOV.lleeke dahl the national open golf ehasn-, !t .

County Baseball wUI Tandrklh, T. HVHTA. SO ',100 average. w Rt of several weeks. Toinray Kigrht ed'IAe AtgS will .A; ,
to b
1 try Oraaamaa,.T. X. H. A. U.S. 1 1'.eoo Byrd replaces Bart Christiansen 4 UUca.'club outfielder, the former ewu.N plea the P. a, oftmpe
'make It three victories la a Raitey-Milam left fielder .who r : 'W'. .. thU.a that Uatt' Shew-' d'' "+1 '
TOW opens over
leader hitting .471 for third Im4'
I jinnoa'iBrowa.
.UAW Few LUOU. paoed the .for +;, 11 position. Brno nN D. a 1*., 11n'. i, ,
today when league two
It tackle Hialeah'*' ABRHPet. weeks. "'_'. elB49rUaa hit. 0ht1D 7 11 nee-on-Dlawar July 10. U'the

11 seoond-plac team at S' .p. .m. at I 'ba., Ctmnlncham'D.IIH...* II'11 ., 1 ..553 still'Th.held team by batting Ralley-Ullam leadership with I* tand-0-Sun a4., All.6T R.T. It H P.8..tit , Vra* t AT. nonskid Norwaglaa aucooeds ta' .' E' ,1
Foulaa, OunnUKham'a a Far51l. 4"a P +
Miami 8 I' 6 .666 BnmnMn 1
field. $ WeliTB IS 60 T 14 ..ISOlM SSK 1001* routing professional brethren;,
.378 ?
.v.nri-mttth mt. Mkt 4 average VU. lot s '
Club 1* 48 'II 27
It Is the only'gam booked In Oaroaar. Dallf News : J 4 .oe D Uamra- Miami B. lo 61 14 ..*. 1 Wbwp 104.\ Barry 1004 aa ha did la the open ,, at Denver, .
:a 4 Dan_' Dan IfawaDatlr IT 10 .{71 rvm11.u. BAITING AVsZAOfliA3 --. VUoa 17 M 11 14 .. Oibba loLl A. f. Clanl 100'i h* will be out there all alone V _
this area today. Frederlch's Mar Cbgm.f Naws IT ; R H Pot.IS prury, Miami a. IS .IM Otam 101.. Hay** loo.! .
: : m
baiy Ana of tam .
1nsc4 the aeason
; kets Mawa 7 ; Byrd, ,31 14 '..451T I Walira.a 14f2Ne 14 .SO* greatest golfer (
-r gam at Homestead was canceled Oilman Hand, Dally. Nawa T I 8 .Utl c t w"asann SO .'118 Ryder Miami B. IkCroft. 5, 1 11 ..1a CATHOUO'- I.IC.t.Cl1J'I beyond any.dispute. j ,'',.
.41 '' Birth BL Mkt. T 0', a, .fW R. Oilman Mann. Walsraaa SO '' '. .
Kallay III' 10 .488as U .181 ,
yesterday because Guldahl /very'btt astnly
the is
Grow Busma Moral r. 1 w.L. playing .
Palm Dal. T .
a ".UI -, .Rallay 4* 11 .42* Btrotbar, I ndONordatrom 4 .Itl .
r era'' field 'I* covered with water. Waataa Holmar., Dally N.w. IS' t .fOO Allaban. North Miami 1* 4 a .<> M. B. SO M 1 I. oeou ParlaaO, : .4)... p.t.'a' t'Ii aa when b* topped the open ,'\..' .

Wlna over Fredatich'Harlot .. CunnlBibam'a ISttt jln. Onrto 11 It S.v T Im.854: Barr VKJkar-a.etto.,Fredarleh-a.Jua.Maln S 21* f 11.1 11 : loroaa Bathawar., X. .B.. >L 1 14. .A3. .6 11. .. 'JIIoIJ' Kama S.. 1 Iivimar field at Cherry Hills but than ,e I.
= aixtn Mt.'Mkt. n i Barrow. 'Homaataad ST 114 :a7 .d Qomptoa. M. B. SO TT 7 air two vary serious obstacle* Inhla ; .1)A V
H and North ,Miami were registered JDally Nawa 15 ,sktOOBB : Bopklni, North Miami 14 I. S .. / Bosa>t Land-o-na '10 78 V* is .144 AJtB COJBArTKBa' LtsGuneh.41WAaV1 traiL The first Is. .in the *>-' ; .! ,
I by the Fountain Ota Maulara S* I 1* ..848IS Lee, tJtloa Club' if *1 1 10 .14 :
Ma A ,
nlaIn their last two rABK OOMMKBCIAI, 5 Began, North Miami 3t 7 ..338T BarUTla, LandO1* 81 sV ,It 1 odd years' history of the P. _
outings t and.,now they!.* going Aam. Dd I'm Playar Laundry taB f,.H S 144 Bryan Hlalaah It." .888 .. R. kaIltlj,ca Utloa IT 14.111.10. Nt '..|*0 I i5 ...I.IBrrladnL I VS iii'. only one player has been able to' 0\\.\,
IN RIVaralda L. bWhlU
Fhmay, Am. Bahary 34 IS Balch OJua Maulers II" 7 .8111 TTuD Swan L 111. / couple that championship with the

V after the cealpa'of, Chief ''JohnForth' parmptt. D* Lui Laundry 80 4 IS IS .4S8.440 T.T_Thomaa,, Hlalaau HomaataaA 31Dean. It 7' 10 4 '.Isit.813IS err i" v.... ..alaree u. SO Ie III 74 X T 11 0 'City Claaaara 1 1**. 8 WDaUBTW.. "li :113 national open in the same season .
8pa141n5 Da
Hlajeah Indiana: That It aalo, flLa..4rr It 1 I .417 HlalaahBchradar. 51 .,8118T <' Hanlnm. lad Walsraaa 20 *S TRoy 5 .1 Dower. It *|oity I.N'.ba 4 10 Th 'exception was Gene Sarasea V .
IT :
S T .418 : r 1 O.6us SO 43 7 5 .143 .....
t, will b* a dangerous dud for Hialeah et.rl.tlan.. ... P. U Co. M 14 IT .405 . Rallay S3Pant. .804 4 <," Oawthoa WSI.ran 1* M e 7 .140 .515,415 .. who won the open at Skokie and ;. .
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a ; Rlehola Jackaon 21 7 n .898 North, Miami 43 9 13 .801IS _J' MMka, Miami' B 10.. 3 5 .18 100.1'Bandar' the P. G. A.' at Oakmont la OWX
thoroughly Indicated Caldwell. Poatofflo 34 : Warren, Rallay 40Moffatt .8 0 N.1' ,
jB-as inlUlaatrtwogamaa. 514 .888 Martlnei Utica Club 18 11 8 .184 .
I : 0011 loe.1I ...
Howard, Am. Bak.. North Miami 10 f 8..800 5h.osde when h* Just' coming to the ,
1 IIti 1* IS .380 -- Vann. utlca Club IT M e' 7 ,139 Berwl III1.U[ was
1 Masts Jackaoa 13 4 8 Cbaana, Malaan 84BUTOlhar i 10 .284 & Bowen Utloa Club 14 88 a 4 :.116 L4wa., NJ peak of hla.,great .
Rerno IOL' gam
Coal.llo, m HoIl14&J 55.151eN
a PoatoCfto 24 4 t Kallay 24 f 1 .21 f-- r'buM CI..b. .
With 1* 67 le 7
f Vernon Balch, the Mlohl- :Bdwardi- Banana Sup 44 le .38 R Roblnaon. PradaHch 24Li f 1 .SOS Ba 4.,.. Land-O-Bn. T 18 2 3 . 00.50 5085 54.5 The other hoard la of GuldahTs .
gan spaed ball fllnger In there W.B. ItfUaa, Banana Sup. 37 13 .351 *, Pradarleh al. S ".JI9t ? J. Drury, Miami B. 1* 48 4 5 .11 DtlCK' L&.t.Otl& own malduaUkl so many'..pron.feulonelsre .
t Parkaraoa Banana S. 47 5 14 .840 B. Todd OJua Mauler 14ClooaMch 4 .2/1t OodbM. LandO-Bun T ST 2 .111
, pitching for Ojus Porth Oao. Zing, Banana Bup. SO 710 .833 Hlalaah 42 .ass BuahTWalpraeB' 20 If. .10 5.'k' SU4toAlbert's has a fixation eon
and his
tladle,' Bake. 'f. SS8 McNaaoa, Vradarloh 3* : 4 :.iri Smnaa Mlamt B. IS M' f .10 4IIornW.L. earning match play. Ton find few; 1
Hialeah Indians r atar ria. P. I. Co. 4S 1ft 14 .S3S VTadarloh -. '.' .. Vlckam, .
may find the Bogart SIRowall I e Fix l1.n. .es.oss '
going of th of
1180. -- ---------- Btr N current generation professionals
t jTaekaoa. 81 8 10 .323 Blalaah Warreo 11" yrNa 1 1 j
u. 11 .878Mlalaab 11 S* S Bee Q-0. 1IL
T 'hea.
a bit tough. Otja, Poatal T.L 28 S HOLLYWOOD July 2.-When is strike strike who Itdmlt'aD7 liking
.821 Bandar, Rallay 40 1 .800H. a i not: a. t Brown. Walsraaa lo M 1 lYe I

Fan/ may get. a glimpse ot W BotU..- PoatoKloa. Fla, P. *L. Co. 38 211.IS IS 5 :808.821 g Thomaa.., P7 daloh'Homaataad.. ST II": 1-T: ..841Leatbarman .S4IK.lly Trying: 'more' or less BttccessfoJly ''help,',Umpire "Man f ltal0* IJUea ri_. ,7 IT fO.54 4 f 4 ..on.078f5Llr n t 1101. CIb" 1004'.15 for bole play. and that 1* due perhapa lit I'

". Covington the ra1"0", .se 10 s Balls 211. f ..140Klllott Mountain" Dean finds 'the answers1 I left .5 .I 18 J:} I | jojjOorbn I. Je.15 101.11 B.rwt 1011.1 to tb fact they play so .
loquacious a.Docsloi ,,Walcraan . is 11 .804 OJua . sa 1 e ..S3TOraham. are (( to right) Chrlamaain. M. a. ITRemille I.: 803.35 tie of that side of the gam OtU ;
Hialeah lad who turned fa aome- Rayk Poatal III' 10 ..808OKNTBAX Rallay SO : T ..181KUht Buster Keaton Dick Powell, "Hap" O'Connor and John A,, r .ltr r.- 106.8100Wt dahl partially overcame his disIUM
what of a pitching lensatloa teat COMMERCIAL AS IXAGUKOarralt Make, pr.d.rloh'6 3 IS* f S e ..381.881Ralaay Boles, during practice session on, a Hollywood diamond aa Meets iI5AALp4045 GDS for match play in the recent tine ,' i

Monday night hen Bl .J Pet. Hlalaah 30 4 .281 the actors AllIn clnnatl tournament. On the final ,6
w h 4411 for
Bail y. Orana, Wabb Romaataad: S* t a .' 37i prepared annual Mount Sinai. hospital round of that competition bo '
It batter* in defeating *fl 24 400 .al, OJua Maulara 14 I a S14 w.58 L. .
Warran, Ooodyaar as 36 s 7 charity baseball, game,July 30, between the film' capital'. ..' played bit a* wen aa at \
MUam. Hla mound performance BBarrlll, Tip Top *7 Tama OJoa Maulan as. S .111 .led y BQ. I AIbI'F B1.OIIW every I!
a. 888 '
I 188.8v
was one of the most brilliant Maloaay. Ifoiaum 14 SS5 Duncan. Rallay 41 IS e ..800Aably. leading men and comedian Mack or-. Pese. a B. q. 00'- medal play, and explained to atriend
feats .
Blalaah 34 .set Tuesday avJii1ssU '
Top 45 it .8T| that h* Just forgot it was '
turned In around these par this 502,0mm.N.w o.elen Bl as 871 TEAM BATTINGAB 04.r.y.. 00,154th match rounds. ':

I .Oovingtonswill probably that ,,00:4m'Gulf Oil 43 44 17 it STS 870 K H Pot. Horse Race Results, .2.t.Olaul.4r. .? IK Ouldahl approaches too P. "
get th* Hialeah Kaufman. Ooodyiii Rallay-MUam 5N 81 lo* ,srris e1'.SMe1' .2833.rrrr'p5 SIt "
M si set O. ANta that mood b win be
I starting call this Paraa. Goodyear 47 404 BS 10 ..311niua Frank = :61.12: J.we 04551ColnesBlAL .6 *
afternon.fl IT mme
8ea *, Chicago, will .
Suaa.. Holauna u" ... 1LILu11- SI &5 -25BPradarlfihi t.ZMPIRI. clash tax check for today b* oar I
McMillan. Swift 44. iiiifi 34S Bo T8 ..SI814T with the popular Paddy talnly iaXth* best shot maker la
' JOM*. rrip Tap at North Miami 44 N ..323S4f CJITY I Tim lea: Ala* raei atroUta Mack Philadelphia star, ta ih. TIIIt'rPIIt LsAnTSit.e4aw.
831 akney j
I nurr RAOB 11.Irot. .t.Ioore'W American golf. He never has done
4 -Olumlnci l-yaar-oMa Lady
FISHING Hoaa. Nwa4alr U 14 B.m.ata4 T4 .314 ; Good Joaay ;
[ 881 8 furloaia oft :40) feature wrestling bout oh the TutUe '
h BwaapinsVlna
damp Nwadaln B4 It 863 I alao raa.UOHTH ". particularly weU in previous P. Ot t
SAM BATTINO Boldlaratt 114u BACL-Cl5 1"'f r8e.raF.idS roof Tuesday Bight. Dime Tin 5 .. No. 1 la 14 A. championship but, after his
( D PM) ttoie su> itoe u. t
Q; 1512
Tip Top Ramlll falls
1 Orooary eat It* 804 'SSI Illaat Jim 114 (MarrHU to e 3 to B f)5l11e 50y101oepe ase11j0 3.00 shown the In Wrtroa 's I'Or I' 11 performance lit'4b. national and

GUIDE Waatara Ooodyaa N.wodu.Unloa.TIn 661 110O 171 10 le 171* s7 8O4 'Softball StandingsMIAMI Cnorilopwlla Tim, 1;Ol lit-6. (I.Alas Btout rut) t to t B&Bsgle C W11Uame) ...114Ia J'OIu. := not hi. picked two atari hare scientific that ha'' has P.Ho..tat-c. u 14 .No..UIIatrt 11 11 16LDixBp.swtoh VeaUrn opens, he II oapabl of** ",t.

Halmm Bakla 888 11* 118 Set assay Bas, Modaat Queao NtallTI4I"1 "BBow. A.o lie: laowar Bush up any Iold.liDo. anything: on any golf course. 1Th.
BT FRED SM it* U4 ND Play. .N.ahl, w.. be left two year ago but LEAGUIII will find I aplenty "
; BRADFORD Celt 011 IIIIS UO 1111 'ff IDIIOO :ftO -I64t; ha Lisp.56a.lag1 open cbamplori V .
Bwlft A Oa.. 478 T* 128, BBS 11I&4OII Ls1ACDm.N1a1 a Loft : : a number of new torture bold of rugged competition at '
Barclay1* 476 61 aOi ( l J urrouK DOWNS that have net been seen at the ..L. .1.
; ti 1110 Stout w b
WAp part 11'lpe ) l tol f Shawnee and not the least of It
A. R. Undsley owner of the fish ,MOOS! PAlE aTJliioB I w L ret. .. 314 /d.I.W .t 1 I FIRT CUrIo BACB OUImtns; "FWMDalaynot : local arena. Remille will be meet- Bed.R. C. Col.L : Ce1 Dr. oo.rr 5 TI will com from Denny Shuts, who .
Bb&I' off ilsj|
ing cruiser Jay Vee, left for Key 1'. arumOs. 13 if 5 3 ,7243 ,*Ttest.141oraAW aesi I "Oorual*. *aaay I11 Wesf to Join* other members of his C. IJvln.atoB. kad Croat a 4 Tooa ClyI. LaairuaKlanl 11. ..too.5OO Arrow Bon Its Dulfy) iLt* aft his war* at the TutUe retained
: 1066.1.1141 i ..t Pin hunt In IWfl and
J. XMrn te.l 'I'BDlD 1\01D-.UO. 1'Watkle.
Pro- -U 4 :.441 0uiyaMiN; MfOoaullmanU ice <&arsar
Baaed A. O. >
: family and their guests on a trip It. Malcb7ns. Maya' JawaMra 1* T .437 Neal lUvarr* 4 ,13 I .138 turiollf .
to Dry Tortuga for fishing. Th DUI&. Pro.' .-U It a .tOO Melts A, c. it .160 h4(0.G r.UI 5M6oaiaek, tn.Atno M..qu 04, Jo.55o0ND but will. when the oppoaltlon Mau1Ne 101.14 IetIa 11.1', U u adept at match play aa Gul*
R. jawain 17' .m 3101 141 Album aoo.u Jahatoe
Tortugas group at this time of year Opera Hot III (1' Bal.y' ) 1 Ie I 1to I I hOB a._ get tough revert to dirty L e501tk 100. Olea ..115ItJO dahl Is at stroke and should the**
I I. teeming with fish 'of all kind MIAMI ruj JUNIOR UCAOVB Greet VnloD 110 .0. : ) 7 to 18B M4s, a 7uno.e. off '14""li -8 tactic two happen to meet along the way ,
aee.aSs e. 1i IWita.41. lJo..It 144' Merry lilt, the semifinal, the promoter 1I&1'iPDr LBASUS
Capt Habert'Thompeon stated the W X. N. 1 441. pI.r1r yL/s ate ... or ta the finals the gaUr 1
fishing on the way down was xoU Softball Schedules Ittaalaabjum'* Sport Nap 4 I.oot Intruder, IM nljy (DaftJ') '.to.. baa booked two solentlno star*. W. i will see some Roman candles and
lent -with aallflah plentiful from ially Rawa, } 1 .IM lnrGV RACK Handicap. 4-&a5 Motork t ; 'boa.lo Dr. Smith who mad a Ut with DT.e1ea. DaMas W -,l mnm.wl5lt Are 1 wheel .
*Sth Ava. Curb MarkatOuaDmaa 3 1 ,T5O -, .. Tt50., pin .
aM yard* (oK ",) : Alee the tau ta his d.but I 0 .
Friday =
Largo to Key West. '* M$8kkst 1 1 .'to ,4 art\B ? hlmotit0.D.gaootlij1f Bight, AJbart'l acre 5 7ve Shut i* only one of tfc* tough
Des -' OOMMEBUJIAI. LXAODKA. 1I'.tllrWM' a,, .MO 1. .-.del Stet *' to R.b'JwryD meet tha clever Ul Abcer Ketch hombres to threaten Ouldahl's '

Tarpon at Bah la Honda ar* I ... ',able toyia' Bupply PUm Dairies 0 .8 :.eft B.TkMuo'u1a, (c ..110).... 54. t 410'.: ..44iT6tIItD ItACIII urtoap j1Clennlef. )i .M&t-eI4t. ell Atlanta . UDO A l I n1Me1..m0r we.VSaaf drive for a little slam in golf. You '

growing u the warm weather I xenon c.-.e' .e x.Wa ..*! Blaytta, shop e 4 ..INM00i. . a''U I-.ANe 1591 .w.0 taJI.. Otto&a //N (M. N)82 *. 4.SO the other matches "arch vlllalna" . 11r = b can list "Jag" MoBpeden, finalist .
starts the** gamester into active AwMnO Oe. w. e\raan Tlsaaa let (r. Bebaui> s.a* t oo 'will tangle. Baron Karl von t 1 lee. la th* 1MT championship: Jimmy \
viaduct. P. J7N1Ga LBAGOS.T1 5af.7oT'a/ 61Nlrrr eMihirf. D lot (V. Pol.) BSO: Hoffman will club with the rough = nr lt
/ feeding along the Mr. and + ,\ofN;, .1341 Alao ran: Iundaratuie > ran Hla**. Bam BMad.Dlokv. and .
Mrs Puckett reported a catch of I ANI nn&cR L&AGWx "0. Lot M"stlBB8 = Ave AirUp fRed" Dugan and "Lucky" Baldwin DOiPINATla Johnny Revolts who bald the ttUIB .
r .a lia-pounder in the Bahia Honda BI.Tb,1.s A. .a sae rrt v 'w.Nro t.Z 6 r n P .,eS \1. to ton"J. rM .. 'win mix bold with the Memphl .IIIUID, its*. Jimmy Thornae ate bs "
channel on their to the offshore t.5pi: yY' 'tt I l."r.\ flying taekle expert DRa1omd. a b la O, Ab t .' .
'' way NaY I" .51atta.., k L ; o 0'o -p' t i 1t.t. 4it.a.t 411.1s ,N M..L"B..r . };d" I. T .75i 1 Wll* a good record th* P. ,. .
sallflab ground Two bigtihgr.wer Q : '; (,- a l' may M tired at ar result of the
a 5 .1191. A. tutf.,' r ara'4t'J
b sought in 1:the B 4.T.. JulyA. =" .5 .. i d B1I' Xay" Yrowrt aasNIoJTI4v ( y ,' W BlueaVBlXTH y1.eMy .ld'..4iioe = ape Lee: sw' 0.-s Iw e t,I Itcrver .hop.tour h. kaa bee* aak- ,
lay Nerth Rldlnsv Kanlncky Con
y "l'' ". Pucketts, on*.w.ighlng 180 pound Iulr15drCli79t'6.ivIe5a i1U lai.I =;, *::erals Rat.w3 NOl iam... RACB-Clalmlns, '.a-yaar oldla PoT1w, .1 U.1.. A4s l'tut 1IIr..}GI, Miami Made' --I OAS Are. tag fee- toe last two 7 55.4, :' '. .
and the other MO. Both were taken 51. a 3.. .: 7 A.1.41 ; IoC 'J_ a ...aP' 1 -(. uSt T* per/ . Jauna erle..w. '
I' > N .
at No yarns key. &.. X 4 0. K. ... VI 1\.aII a. =%.V, w ry,6D' R71sT i oa-Q olm1ar.. .r.5holdeit, t c. 0, '
j ,. li! f.ulr II ( 1-11 ,.) 4Mbb. l Siw.L /lem :

.,+ 4, "'M-' ',". Bill Wlngler. and hi* eon Bud ..-BUD..N ". .a DriiIt.I _"__Q 4. MOO** i>ABsi ae li 61. BIi.eUfso4, M f _4 WaU!r'\. Jlltl; 11&1111 1 111(W.('M").eo-. .,.... : Leads k ioWle ,tit r.u Miami 1 n; ;, ; >y' ..

V fishing Mount Dora lake are satis-: ? 1&' 1t. 5tem MA.ICTF, TT. ..coo Tlmo BcaUw Ii4f S-S BrajiTlnma AIM rai 0 o4 JVlmiJMty. e1i- :n neP <5l.a.-B.teetla7Gala.( League Ruin '+ r.u.e_' Face',Busy Days ": , fr"
trl : ; rtJ 1 ,838 Jaatar. ; O'Lossei . ,
fled that baas grow large In. thatbody H E. i. I .M 'Uaaly Wire. m . ., lOt '>" ,
of IUy padded water. They A.O. n. Nasyi t ,"j A. 0. Ja :' joe : J'.It. ., '
N 1 B This
T. A. e 4 ...eaeon DLLA'Alllu r ib\\" Ill. Miami Maul Industries It etUng 'WeekEndRlflaad ..,:; d '
went fishing early in tilt morningand Gorki .' w i nii OwldeNfield 7.d l.A.J 1 i 1. f : 1 ; \ YT 1-
| Julv ** s \ Airmaeti 0r5Y1scoter u: ,
IiI. Ice l' a
ppimbl.roii .
tht 'In
Bolt 12.04 the Commercial
less pace ,
returned In than three TtlTIvIfir I Tu.04y yfmmer50M ; "lireI'D" ( H64MX a 00ar.d. 1b1 'i U. ,* ':.
; 7q5 R.r.v.lss8. ? : : r! --, 8. Dana.) '.10 -
hour with a string of baas tat 'IJIrrorl' huel8.1700 !u -.1"'. Baseball league with fin viotorle .. pistol shooting aj*)'wU
, N.. CIy\e 014" rrt4sr. .. Blr '
v. rat'CIlND.
.1' .1y skean 5. ) J'"YOll'; and defeats. Southern Dairies 751Ra* .
made the'.yea of many an old -'A. .:. w. 7. 11I--- b.aAperxma05 Spaee4 01 r US 1 :1:1. 'ObIokl. B no member oCOreaUr ,
fisherman bulge with astonishment. 1 \ |.l..YJ.-J *. ** .' 854 70 RACV-ClalmnjyaaroUa 4e87)j; la close behind with row win and tII '1 13: t Ii' with barbecuei so say
S5- oil \
In the catch was on of 'i"1. i Mom wtnza ra.AYOM t,! =_".ant 1,, 11.Alee._.b-T..bri., ., ". 1 ST ward.polV> :4.4O) 4.4O a.SO ae lee*. The Maul team ta also tiss nu Miami pistol clubs waoyaArranged ,
.' 7.Ap ., e. Plower foe 1 scfa.m) 6.' ..00 leading the team batting average IMAV4. two-day oelebratJ
eight pounds another of saved, and i. I 1 >11." ItttH. >. Uedlyluj 1T150 ( a big ,
the remainder all wr over three A. C ""to. T. 11., A1 Aug, a. In e 000 1:e1d .. a.5) real VMeka 0414 4.04. of th* league with a M9. per. CBaWartr'Monmoutlt '}' [ winding} Monday with a .
Na. 01. > toa t f.JIOw UP
> 01 4 I 's :"r? nC .I; "rear. elYlW I sin Ttm*. centage.., l> .
pound. A. I T. i. 4. n I ( #..II IGATH JUOt.a..1DIn.yearol4o ties shoot fw'araaU bare via
a 0Tb. .0.h.0.,1. X. ". ar 4 : aa tu IN (P. i5eD.a.ottl '.t.1O .... aft a&4 w PI i I" atlM Ceft .. : Harold Carlton of the leading w. 1" txperts '
) and platol
a.d Sni
West coast reports plenty of AII8..ab 17. BIle"Otva La.u w WlI'a 51. A. MI 1 .000 Q A_..Willi I In((4. (PeIoar.JII.a.) .- .' 1.5N.t (840th) .. ift 1 t.1S team replaced H. Allen of the Jersey bas. ....L. l'! 1tI .1W.d.t T1 ii unday* program la charge of

bluefish and mackerel this week. JI A. lie m.A..y s.O. ru. 'fib.TiTsry 100ftIIIIUf _11' LBAGVBTsui 11. *, 1 Ill, 3-8. AIM reSt 10 Ice7. &ad* $1816 ) ) Ice Cram team as tAe top bathe P. li 7 Rotb' the Pan Amarloan Ab'waye ,

Tbcruiser out of Tampa yo.,bSyN IL 57.rp, 4Ut. A1- TjL, .. .. .
'tu"**}'wltb- over 390 pounds in U.4. 0.1..a f.. H. T.It. .,. an. 5u r .r'ft .nee A ally "hip 10.... LUUe ,. Bin misty *ajr.$Wdj.A In NO nd place with 38.. w. .. Brown Itl8.n N all prises will include sari
A. O. s. 01"" Ls.5ue1A01.. THIRD HAcm Allowanoaat 3yaatSl.M .*"*" 1
'a4\ oat day, really an lmprssiv show- Navy 5. II" A. B J? i .tg1 01410: (011 2,5214)15ta >{LUenoN PARR Won. led' Yes.aut l5(1lp..1.1 mt 1: .us novelty eowpeUtloas. It starts
yea (or, on. boat fishrmennhave P \ i. :OOQt fllrl'nu)1 --n .( Ia4 *trla 5 1.poo 114 >toKa 1. at fitO a. m. anwill run until well
3U..1 51d4 ( 7.M .SO .IJ4t ,e7xpaft Ibmd
Vau-at-Orill* Jl.l41 L.gsS t ** 1 1 .m ll iwiUl 1M
NNd9'-.UO M., cavacn UAAIT*} NO iMo 1tI"1 f': r.= lU .. I\a U. 1.5 '..10J.tlh'.I'JD 51. uet_. M. In the afternoon interrupted now- .
been taking many large tarpon.The 1'0.. ... .II' ..0p ,70 U' l._ I. I' abGA 1' ever by the barbecue lunch
.', county I tarpon tourna.tnant It.-.i O ,pb Twwe .eoe *ir Company lit (J. Gilbert) 410 a ) a.eo Orlalnal Bnlar WaisT Seater 1 4Soubwr .s rzrt.w] theL -
; T Crews at
I.eeb 1 and end r :, .I. a I. 1" a:110.. AIM reel, Ota O*. ) 1.10 Ola*. _ a pared by Sergeant
began May n. Surer i : 1l
tree ..rk.. : i 1 i lpl 7Rt f.7lopRAOB-CWmla5. (- .. .. Cart- ? . W Miami polio department who also I
., .
Is leading the state in I A* B
elaaJ 14.817
ad June lOt ''nl1..w4a7-TweUIUI "tf.tbodt'iaa 4-yaar o.-"ONtI; h a" RpP 00e&-00It .. Monday '

,. '-'I number ot tarpoa taken river thl tea-and P--JI'. BIe"Jf.hila. MoD: Aake OM baI.. 14n1N. n 9e fpta.t t4l, 1 t I 3L ::Ia y.ESOwvmplll 8A. s"r loll., ,. :115.40) 1R.J .. J:a =5nOO1ia1 turlop ItA I ta-(laI..L'lit off ';"))1 = B.uMlrie.Ntn. m a *' ::1:1 rr".. T." fa. : I: l Hachwarts will Included serve barbou in (Sunday big *"; I '

eon, tbt Calooaabatch* -rI4u-cW&ll$ ,, ,_, ': ) 171. solaaW & m II Awa11s. Cable will I +
1IeJI. w. o.u..I a. 1G 14aa.l 2ea114 51.tM41.1 5 ..504OSOB01 Maatar La Il. 1 o. MaOamba) '.M ,1. 5al.. oriii"n l ,$. -r" ul at the Coral range g
I great Grand, attertheisporrttiQood "lIalll'rw.Uu...'. "1'CI1t _ollo. Cub .' Way.Butt Tim, 1:13.: AOao ran: Billy Baa Idle Gold. 51.ehll 11'o..Jrr." UI. USIx. JSoother.aCN6O ., at Isi.4h14 : :.til MoNabb Gel"r be the regular ,Xaat Coast $Itagu ;
part LaApim040. I r. Pronh rraldy Oat. til ,
r ) ,
rryme I" lCI. '.M -u 10m matchta. hduld for 1 p m.
., eatehe* alto have been reported Won Lost Lr0cotp. RACB-OlalmllUTj T- 4t11 i, I 5; Balls lark let O.lbralh
; db.a.y- laat.wttk.Monday's .
byl.rl5n I Wa&ueh s1irlutl'ChfapS holdover ,
> This ta
, from other lections of Le county w '' r. va.. Troop 811 I y a : 6N Pu4cU.1oa .. with Sanlbal _p 44 TJ. Troop IS. Ilanmorlal I :m Itailoa IDS (AT 8 SO 111I ..M. H. AUaa. Jaraay ** O.
. .
waters. pass 4aTroop 44 Va. Troop I 88; Troop AOapstta llapUot i I .110O borla Kan 110 U.' III_U'f.1O 5.04: aIIk-w. h mr.WWiAcoor t Maul* In. MB. rat 1 f 4 :I Fourth of July .tournament. I* '
and the 44
1i Island In ct San the Carlo harbor bay holding theattention ,29. Tr 'L t. r bth0 IOt: I I :: Pau''dm TI'_. 1,41' 3.3 .,'MIIO'nt,41 '.,:. Prt Car I r.'I'' .u ) '.110 ,..elsoda De.1yf', Miami 1150l Maul*VM11e J} : 1 I': IU OOaS S4Aa41.GCn sponsored by the Miami 002al. '
r bay treat Mwml PlaM' Pmyiravn* Oie Btptyt ..i SN :" ;,. Gable Pan American club -
I '' Ha.dlcap :. 1 and .
: a-oar-ol4t 11I\ '
; ) n.oo T405p,5 w. L
ot angler Tnaaday Box "_ton Yell. Orel : = [ st MI1y w.,L.l
' n Ta. Gebw :
. S ; .a Motbo4Itt 0 Colt ] 0. : 5129. lII.mI 1t I .1481t. mt4a1e 4
imidia ? i Gold silver and broatt wji} t
S V*WtdaaadayWblu Tankaa Btormaoud lot ( ) Ill! 0-5. P5Iq 11q.04 D\ t :.f"r..ter. = .7I'1hBi; .51E6 If I i .
; Fahokea. B 4 n Tttar*. civic LBAeu = ; B. 4 I ..11III M be awarded and contestant will
comes aR1WIell ..
"a front '
,_ Ycppiilj) 9:1p 1.. t '
theOiler Thuradar M 1 n.t.i& :
w._ While "i eaJ Ill 111 ( : tH ton I 0a14'r.1 eD50 51e1us.18 .foer a. B. 23 Include some from Cuba Tampa
pert tb Bpooner 01 P .days (AwarO Nfamay. E-t H y ,I
tTOMmeroU )
,1" Cowart brought in a foe catch,,ol 4tidy-Teas va. Wit Box.t P ; r' i RBe." AIoo lUll oI1Y.. .ro (.1'421 1 3 p04h' outha. DsISI 20 I tltm: f. .It &fit St. Petersburg and Fort Myers.

s' ." hale this week. Six 'welEhed, t I. t OIc.d .a :lliai War.X .k4 StabVa. 557.1. 'I'bII Wef; 0. Tpa.M1.-O'1t1fa lr.t \\11 < l.J 1:1 ejuroilbrfon.& !?a y ,j I JIJ; Gull 0 4e1550m..1Nr )Monday/ ppogrsmiMALL BA -

:..J! .omethinv over as pound When M OOMgplatnAT ana W. U. U- epw a cW. Oray, neyU"tt5.ln nilII 154.11 am III.51cCollN9D1 . -' 1H1S.11.w 0 _J
' they were caught Atlanta Cards sale 18Y 11Ale.. raal Seib'Mt H. O. "m 6lM.bro"c wlo. ritoe.M 10 eMIl at. I"r.
'wh rub .ASIp
iNk. ere
o tt1:11 .mr W45> ".. BJ' Tyler Boolbaro TJalrla li * UU.T. Ut. l
1':1., the aaawes was "Pahokee creek. -At r '5 aa4 dears S.04l'fc: ro; 'i''il i i.11In : t .5. _uK--* a! . f py 1ItntUo. 65r .944uI 'eal7Nt
When .\b* fellows hav excellent Auto Races r I Mr, 1\1 (I--R't' otf...r.I' .' 181,3 uu1fe.... ek.1N).rd. ftoD.' biMs

Y fishing> luck and a desire to keep t a c5' I t. 'm fKayUa .) .U tt; .I B J a' Aquatic Awards ; Hint nut=: t| s+1e'wW Mki I Nunez, 4' IbaM V
7' ii:: :: ; vest 1.'bbsat
: (5a4 kl B04 was.iN.u
,:,t. tlaetr fishing ground w themI' J.J1. .1. j.Ls.p J FNNtliar" 7/e\ IB Mysr4.i .
/ I atr 100 isrd..
the catcbwaf B> HaM4 (Mat) ( i -" "y' Jdg115p 0. ftrI i"1tT. + .1k4141 ru 1JIC. 0.110 .

I'" Ielvi'.they I snad |'ft alway Pahoke lay creek. ATLANTA Ga. July -Aute-. Rhw ..i J := I 14 4plITH CS5 ... 0..1 .4.5saP.y/0 la iAYo Nat: >ai.a4e (Goa4 Made At Y. M. .JA Mna AVC No. 6-60 LN a match,. 00. .45 aWq.tN V

k. 5 mobile racing will return. to At* ' THXaur'aoo} ruAQTiiH IC.i.1 J34. (*" ) t.Tt. an4 u r. ",Cotf.d!"R I f: i771tP. tM _. l'arrtdI -'.1141 til abe, > i a:1.II.;"1 MiAl1ni U.

; ,,, n.; new experiment mad. by lanta SundaInd .Monday with), a P l yp1. 11 (II.Dorm B tlO"'H. t ilt VI .p) .56 Seven boy passed th* nonswimme 851,Jt":1' i 1 B l..ill. 451 MlMajM o '_41.4 P..; to TOW 55

rttk IMI nh.Q'. when ah* .t*rted 'days 'of Atlanta. apdwayyear 11' = I I :in IMC Up Brssisg.D.apr.'TiR '. &: a ,. 11 swimming feattrday U> It'51sy I tlMM. / 1 h t Itek v5 1550.e0
i :. .._ at 1Mt50st. e TTBNP1N
I : AI
'in tbt warVlPI .t 1 P
matle the run of 44 miles to Hills Indla".poll. contln4uIpoludlgg ,. E'" 1 !J.W: ICAODDiIi' p f. I h._ I.Victor Welts, Charles Will lara Taylor dm.sea.o.Aula, 5BAMOOB A,.. a u tea 85 j'W''t S' Cl 4091.08 2i.;rKsivvs&s'jssryR E
light for reef fishing Ted tjorn chit Ord- epT .,arrald A H a Okiraapasps.. .. Glen Jone* Allan CUmmoBa y w, v .
borough .4 s ., .
1-4' let tm\lI\ : eoea.ool&
'L ". ., ,
.rived luooeaiful.; The *am" boat veer, Tpny Wlllman I yranh;Waarn* ., ,YW"r'l. f..J 'c.. 053 44* ate ft4clj'I. ; 1I.. oft ,) 'Haward nyda*, line Roberta and L II 1 1 1 18. OOUTMI SO ahota alow fir* U PIe'. _yaMai* .

will Tamil anothflnw- Friday at itud Puke Won, wile) b* In thteantMt 1Rrv.f" ;. } e' \M' "r .0 ''K Ref. t.05. I.J. ) 11.. .'12 I..MT7.a Julian dalley. Tht c!Drt had 'to .. t eS4 1 U.N' IIIP. 0171isq' BN6: a.' .to. fiN pl.tol l -

the tamff heur The catch .con. ''aa BlUy Worn rturn (t "a Va & jsy& & ,. cII ) 1:21 'swim M feet to recelvt their award. Allt..t'' 1 JI -, I I5 i 7 I .. ,It1t"u 04.1 It t'I

IIt.| d .t UM>g* snapper and grpyo-- ponttnu:hla. f. id with Gardner 1Ra1MAFA, rout GR 16rGp f 'a. a 64A 1:11-: Ala raa aaUltte' Ice eeMe I* the T. Ii .C, A. summer tia ,_ iit 34k11i eewlei

With I few $ rook hlnda.nwtt Toniorr wi| raowill get uad*r L i jS aI(1 Y WW-.j a-r,.!, I1 II i.3u5dw .. program .th minnow text .. .{ : n.r.1. w .

I$4, !,fl'h to'mak. It Inter. way at < P. mw with five ,tqu ; r i ..f m aMa sad kpi 1 313 mile* Jaritrit ,w..l 1iBA,.s : was pastwd tar the fellowingt''B_ awrlgst1eD x

pW1g. 'event* Mfl( a aQ-B lla Visas= Oa > a 5 oft BaM515'' u; IS (f1a111w1.N ,.N" 1 01n. and Tv for. W. A. vOavia,' Mlk.Oattania r ' yf q ,ap5a..a4 of ,8ftIeItItII't V ,

TIN "We P >Monday the wrajrw. (t rta' hall I' tI e t ..5.1al 4.ra. T ;n. 5..145.1 j II1f aeuu) 340Agtlaaie Asia I 'wts, I" '."\r1 = 'l"-hub.' oe stK I"TfaT10..ter Jlr slow M >tat J i
9k w MnighA' an hour earlier with f> almUar! ._, ht; r r.J. U"L.ASpp, B\ .t ot_ >.: ..olttsal0t.: atlpt eneR'f Nunery James' Dzum. 8amArsWt Vau. n. C., 11- .11: 11 1 _teal vtmo jI. _IOMI who mttntm pea taW1r%Mr.* '
RRp : : :all }': : regular but ''% ;16 rail. r.ytr4eelyy OrrWUHetm v7eat. H7 f"It _A. 1 .
pia T''i-11i.., '. .:1'.11. program. \.t T pAC1s 1.2185.5.141 9
7 e .t.I'f lr"aI _tell
J'U1.1'7.Albert "mt 585

1 .,1/. '' f:3lt: : I;.n" : 1 ." tm"Tb"* '4rlv.n' will ceiPlrsU' aver degRi.AMtl. pAIt1 ale .' Wi4W J Ity III1't.t.loa IBeo5.doe: r. J t.I. 1 4 shevilleNegroes Jiw Bin Grow, Staahe*. lUllett U H.Dlell Hllaa 1..f f .. tlI(tossi 0454 1 .1.7M7 5. salons, fO Qqte.11M who W ..sWeft aft ey N v .

wG J. 111 U 1y1 I 'IU '1"1 the 4theMtern 5Fle IpH4 I t Pal. ills. W100 ( 1 "E Pavid Smith Qvbbtdgt' 1f htt f.t fa .
:, : : y ll-I TkgSatop) .. fire .pt" tin p&otol .
816 'I Ups 41aeeeA.f143Slab tor
I. 1 To Play Red Sox . la4Mbeu.ll
11114 1 1w47aSC .
_. ,' ', apl' I IaJc.wQ1l4 Perk tI .= E". cJDI. I'wto roe dry Nla" Robert BUI Wagpner'r I } M te 0I _Idol: Ware .110 IIU .IIftI' s0161Pb ,
e1441.apy. at n Jql\(+eb Herbert wpplt i saws' as'A5t4 PM at :\
l g$ g..nW
,'i '" .TT . u4 wf ,p1iRSB BAGB--01amN1. .. o. The Asheville"Back Tourists and Junior Fields Bobby amt I 0 4.-.hyR N e* sa.mMs a. sevoa. 4.
DADE E COUNTY BASEBALL LEAGUED ( c .fir..Atli4a5 sad -ii; 7urIM1(1U, t:MI Kt Miami Red -Va. Q. baaekall Harry MattougaU Jaea Newell ,Vo5.outl. I'I-'t. 0. I .'.' S \l J .

. "..' . 11'iW chjba win >'1nde1I. Wieder JimaU I r"5.318:: 9 u. I.w. ,
; >. "Atn opea a thretagasaa**re* Porter lane mho I, ***'*' r..w .- :
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; BALLOT Pr'4TWIn lee 9Da'p4w11S '' let i <* at MQ: this *f t raowt at Otr park Maaa Obarla Ma-a KMwlt* I=e2" :.J" : ""

.',, 1. ,. t: ". If' ( V' Dip 1ST, W, }7h st and First ave IIPh Tlnter; (George RAdal+ ""' t.P Purity Foods Captnrw< .
:(V. M. Amaur BahJl Cemgree* aranw*, ..) q .., .1 s.:H ntal! e.a dial atatf are'\,resrv. d. for whtt| .4. _ _IaI ".
; ? \.4. . i. rarlkw k uy i 'I'' j= r. "p 1 fan*. Garrett .Leads.Centraljltttert i. ' ..t-1p _tit Ten Fin Championa1 'I '

.' M; :.." an* :. ."" .10'' vts Cat ODe *ent ab) t* tend T *tdr,{ lB4iau ,? 'wdi, 't:ere 1IV. W u: ID Tht North Carolina chib win _SSLS .,I."CIW'ii I.

ptotiv tII. Pad Peuaity amateuf baaabaU 'lag tt the (, & e e ;S a* :S tart iohoelbey c Howard oa the 1.dNtt..5bSuS. .,t.adllyl* ; the Purity 1.'
t :.f40'f t444p.e Pitching bill today with rVrka Food Product awed I ','.
If' PAUadd8ht tY bti July 2MO( f@f \* team, which,will .tour . ._ m. team
1I" ' l dba d k P.S14I:;"%, (.ed1511/ oalehlag'. Th. lineup Include Mwa -aot 41101 1 through *UrniaUon*! tor tht ehani- .' :'
/1'// :,' .' , '. '. >GOlYA LUAU. ,(r..t"I 11. .r". .,( Moar*,. I- Green' Jb W. I* "Dub" Oarrvtt Dad county w1rD.0.4I n pt04 hip tt tie Magic City Bowl V I ,

,(1 em".i" I A.04115 i. raJl| '.- ''A xe411\, C wsdJers' lugglag fIr. . u n Iii 'league Without the *H>*. of, agam ., 7
8Gp 4ldGra4h ? .51q and' .r
ruokrm and Mr : '
+Uq .,._ Ttrrllfohradar.7.. .' ( a .,u.\* ;tit j i'r 'J' JI"U Ha Aaud' P.-XaU 'rt, v8wlttr picker, eoqtlnu,s to set the bat- at Orescent Mem- .
.r' ..,/,', i, (adlcatt. nomber'ef votes .to, .ch tong maJntdln'B 1 alight lead ( t. .[ \ ,
.. } player. \Plae maney.eqv. aver :9C ..i0 ':L '.. lIa ..letf. and win wig pace la tbe tleld Gem.marclal 7,68 >It bar of the team are A. Collins,

'1. :; with!I p aUlI\'J"' .log.*, Md... ,.nail;,.q*EIri.t. ,Miami' Pat Mayer and Dot Wollner the" ., n1..nlNryg1;i/W/ .A1 NebrhLllyE IPM4t, Red So'battery'; Tht I leagu. H* I IR peeling the =t BI1t 1' f h'1et / 0 lU Fat SchlaMo, J huaieyY Wllhlte, gilt +? ,
,p -P\IJ1N.w, Ifnltr.girls' tennis Jeagu. a inrnlng '
; ; ( *- toelud '
KTR'7tACmCLI l.'a t'4 I1M5quN Miami, team ** Junto Jk_ softball at a4f dip Second Jaffa and clops' Crow. dimming : .' 4

". '! ,VI, .-.M',., _. "... '".' ... . ". .. ..1 , . . ., *. park. la-tfcird',, |aot' *M Hit a." .P' ai fl .L4sa WrUfht n. Klmbl *s,'Bukt 'k, plaee U held,, by tiny Olpeaee pD nr'" Ss. 'J ''tm; Dletel. >Ehiflne and Ore; '

y t t. \ ..t, _' '' ,': . Ruth hardt hUt",,' ..'''Q"' V ft J'III Qtr B.llaDt an4 h' I" Ib=), 4"". 'LN 1.10: Leo"lor l If,.Qeorgia, .tar. ,of, and- -.Tty, i (J.. 'Crane,' Godya ?lr*'* ::881 jltn1'7.:11 I S ...<'.,* '1 ma vent allfj tea.ftlah"'sat ,Uline. 'f :.: .a \ .

t ', :. ,X' Bourn n jiq'itiojt) a.oo tt, ,ac hurlers! with an given ,400 rating. p Wg4hMaPWLLZ18S., ;, U. III.. . .

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: : : \ Running Behind At TheHcdf-yrtxy Post/ < V / \ \ I .
i &&' oi. the-- MOIIcow: : ] 1,1 over, their heads, *d with ,no plans') or .I. ; ' ; : .N W'or k .
Third*: ''international. ; mind 'fir' the' : . : -. "'. I . ,.t.f /. ',?'. _' '. ". .' -. -,; i , .'i.'' / .. : . .
; projects 'In. : undoing of .:- .:. . .. ; '. I . .l" ;.. .I, 1 I \, .
, -. : r.Latin.' America( ,a. told neighbor, or .11&t1oDco"W.: ;, may''not be so -. -_ ." .. ..', , \, ".I., ".:. I B., piUOLIi. .

. \ : i t \ \( \ ; : has!its. bearing>on the: .''YIr7'wt e ,1 ',our'' eff'orta i, but the ,'will la :::7vw.\.;'-v--.w, ;'.' "j. 1"". =. I.. .. \ _' .-..." ,' ' 4 .
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,.' <:\' ; of New.'Yorkpf indict- :good.. .' ; , 'i... : ; \. "| 1.3$) ', ,
aple* in.the Ujilted States. .If we, remember' this these little : ,
I : ; : . 4 July .-* 'Mary.'and
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'i .i : : : .. flareups.. will all Blmmir :, tr ,.visited recently 't>ur .first, '
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\. 1., ; .( -of eaggoranJtnt; .down sanely as' this w1jn.t *, York .. . .quest w$Vfor my eldest, .brother, , 43.S '
" ' t i : ,: : \ / In operation three, great ; baa done;: : ; f I L. r .'W.'ioudjilm' 'living'' In quiet, reflective. *

;. : I, ., .competing.:_ a,c:r o's s I I. '. .'. '>' ,"',.,..!Dt' ..'i :'" .. .' '_: -' ljachelohoQdith1; plenty,, 'of tlme -to--

", 1''> l $ for.. the..- dominance. . DrAshoI t ,' 'Ii r t.about the 'trail he h been' over ..' '

: \ t i . --.*. ' .' ., ', .-., .., . -- " ',-' ,- th& $ do't seen Mary "she was a .
.. ;No aooner. iad, Dt\Bow-maD;, : y..Ashe-;: ., I ., baby., He said lie would.b&ve.koW '; ,
international .
1ft1. r. . .
I : ; submitted .resignation-' whoae.. ' was .I, "::3badn'tntroduOed' -
]it : t d.. Gennany. .Ital, and, .., a* regionalsocial 1 M once : '
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security 'director: .,than he was'\ ''k. .., : her. Thatswemed.noSteat :.j ,

.I p : apread their' atraltjackeU drafted' onto' the pre lclents': omm1je,' :{ > : : ) e ,compliment for the poo*: g butr
of men ,The communist, C "I. ) ; : : : -
|\ the'World-Wide to mace: ,an I economic..' survey 'of/ the ,. /: .", 4 afterali., there perhaps mj-
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a dictator , ,
: a 7 She'Was quick '
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'A eou'
South. at.the resmbt
glance membership roll I'' c.
proletariat' stands'along-, > f' : ; t. .. .; come-back. She d'.he wi
the wuld
of'.' bve
thIs committee; .Wvenovgh to, assureoneself : r j
$. I its incompatible twin. ,. .of the standing which .- 'I : '. / //LI t : .:known him to .be:one of,the .family by._ '"Vjtfv
an ppOin ; '
; ; against both these men-. 'ment. to It gives Dr:. Ashe ." ,. his. looks' too..'thatvI ;'Th'a;conversation started . , ,:
-- oulJJf.rnen stands the ,: even- after .,, '

: & & arid' "universal. .-' :Jt Jias been ..gratifying to those who' I .,. \ aaldu' "Do"you remember' the time '

to aU.--W. L. know, ih."remarltabtll"'WOl'k-D..A.tu-ha'' _,_ -' .'. you cauht' Vsjj-lmd me.'Chaaing, the ;'

'. doni for 'University of, :Miami: to see ,, b .. ".' He seemed have .forgotten, ..i ,, '
'''' :iila. talents -recognized" wherever/. out- -- .- ., 'hog .. ,.
: .adr"WeroI01th.t
Florida ;
standing"'men are being:picked tor. serve.', _* .1 /4. ; ., :plane, tat ty.H Wh ) '-- 71 r-r-'

-. m'' '. 'the" social( and. economic development 'of .' ; ' the.clouds*,an- hour JT5es"werwere J/' .
; cities the United . ; f ' ?- .i .", .' !it\\ ;.of as}
. \, : type' of court procedure 'the.:South.. .. 4_ . \1- ".. .It'' ;The: clouds wr '. ', '

Mlamlans will congratulate Dr. -Ah.tipoa ". .but' the .pilot knew b:stuff. It -a ,' ,
which bids fair In time I .
: his appointment to the :pres dent' . ' .J', .' an awfully;,hot 'day o the farm, in ,', -
I country. Ifis'}cnoWn" as ,. ". Vanwho about 10 ,
I committee. At the"sametime they :will 'h was !I'
established 'in etroit '. . and seven, decided,to sea .". ':'
: I ,hope his labors with that, group will be ; then Jhee" '0' : ,
t' 4 "
Joseph A. :Moynlhan, ' '". V' hogs. could be -/4 -
sufficiently light to permit ..bun to carry012tjhe .'. 'rdd I ( '
adopted in.'Bos- -.-- aim behind his'resignation .from .. ,! "\. bad to have ..atinatel "heads "

with tne social \ .' .,', ,' off.. there' In>the pens any a-o riding '
: t Angeles ,striking seCurlIOitet11ftTUWtime . '. I" ., .,
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to be going ,
:'. ..>: '. .; ', 'stock ,happened watt
} administration of, the. varied affairsof ,, . .
the university. I IAt'Gettysb .; \ ,. ', "\"; .. &on&te : .,. __;_ / '
Institution of !
: legal -
pre- .
. . : .. wIshiiiueep '.
I . r! I , sad -
I ot justice. This) I -
I the radio
( out "alrplaneai. on :
bar '
. % : accomplished nowever rg Ii -:7 -'> -'- .. _.._ ,. .._; :. an.hour a about a plane that cracked ',
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( f -of the ttUa-ant's funda, %___ : : .:: "up, and tip' thought aura you ,and :
; ; :! and immunities. .As E:' Ye. living soldiers of the mighty war, j7 il .'. .. '. . a were in It. Just.luck that you Mar. .

*,' ; ; describes the working of. Once the more drums from roaring'' cannon and' .. .. ".. .. . yea," said :Mary, "Ula 'w&' ,.ny '.

: in the Christian .. .: those 7."-------"---
4 ), bomber- 'Pop keep outof- --
'\ :: ..And bugles blown at morn, the summons .:'. k '. . w.
"ithing hear'of
; b" . all "jrou
-comes; c i- '. rght
t\, t weeks' is &1 "r_ S : trouble ,in the forces, you can be
Forget the halting limb each wound ,
". ; r) trial, the opposing' and acar; -- .fW.-- . "' sure your little brother' a'long way .. .
\ before the pre-trial O hen'l u' '
on1e: more your Captain1calls' to you; _.J'c : c : hpened" v "

[" attorneys state .the Come to his last review! MEt , :. . "
t.; t ChatUng informally, S .' Wair-atnd I'drew straw to' see which
admissions* and Richard Watson Glider's lines referredto J of us .uld. have to the expert .
!!P" will boil down the the burial of Grant but they.mta-ht I rlde on.a.'hpg'a mae, fogot.thelong '

Ir.ii'. : two essential! points. well 'apply to the joint reunion ,of the I Washington Treadmill: ( 1 ' mntl straw. ' ' .

(;'I. ," says the judge.' Blue and 'the Gray at Gettysburg on the I : : 1 I,o "Alt right," said "Van, "you can. ride

really quarreling: 75th: anniversary of the famous battle - : big"black the ,
bat on tt's.fla-bta- ,
:.; youreach an agree: which turned the tide''of the Civil war. L BJ FR A KENNEDYDAILT .". '
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';., u th 'answer---ia.1 There was such: a reunion1? In 1913 on the .n- "But, I won th. draw'' r reminded S .

; is settled without a 5Otnfltvr.aof-- -.- -The.. NEWS- BURKAU. That w before they talked to population elgible. bat. In...Flor him. -
-- .
.fh I if ,the answer 1..0. --' -W"\a' July 1 j ." '.te, who worked in the Florida' have .joined "Sure That's 'what
state Invited the 1.0 veterans then - ,Ida only' the largest you did I say, .. )
- ';" i before another judge present to return in a quarter century. FNC BUILDIN&- Is be-, mine. a*.a. b&y in Jiis 'l.en. I, rogram. So far.'-most ,of-the- .You! wohehaqtnrtde. -_'theliog; ; .
:,' jury is waived.. a c Increasingly])apparent that! The discovered that the allocations ear-marked average Just like Paul'Revere and to -- _
I.ader won ,
: :Most of them,.have since passed- The .
on. Senator to off .
AndreW 1ntndl aet ; subjectrequired practical knowl.dge.of -;more than $ ,.0.0 ride his father's horse ail over'Middlesexvillage .
I(1"J' number of Civil war veterans now living a for. the industry to supplementthe The member ar advising officials ;
y' 'system lawsuits that is only 8.0 and fast thinning. O these, senatorial renomlnatlon in 1940. testimony of statisticians and of the "smaller 'towns that and farm ready to spra the . '

>" I months to try in some 2,50 converging on Gettysburgnow His closer advisers report that h.wll .. chemlt. It therefore. waa decided more -od al beginnings may ba wild- alarm. Gee, if I'd won Jt'd' be out .
I a utilize the congressional-reces the and made.. there riding now. What aVe, 70aw .
"; settled in 10 minutes. but only 40 of them were participant the t revamp comllte. seat' 'at, -and ride!". ) .
state thoroughly. He members from producing-states.' Ing G On . . '' .
: inaugurated! the In the battle itself. TWO ,.
has been told that Senator Pepper's The Lakeland DRIVES-The recent deathof ,
congressman's .
six years ago, it took The of the present gatherIng success two month ago wa trace-1 qualification earned him the vice Senator Copeland of New York The I
four and half for polganC able In good measure hi* thorough chairman of tie hog explained as soon asa .. ".
, -a years is fact that* in all .probabtltty t chairmanship of the committee. mittee few disposed of .
fence building remove a key senate Irelevlces wen
; come to trial. Now 'that I w b the last joint -review.' The :Meanwhile the fal."of Congressman SUBMARINES-Cvery time anew position a bitter I foe of the ship 'er milling around to no good. purpose, .

:; to--10- lOntha,.and Ja!_ minimum possible age of any remaining chnce Senator submarine slide down cnl His passing probably will grunting and .carrlng' o like" luatc __ '

; I Similar clear- Civil Wr-v i r l"is Irt the late 80s. Ts Andrews appear to be lessen the way nav, Florida members jot to the same poslon.! Sena because, we' brouglL along- a-couple"; .

. et ..haa accomplished who 2Q or more when Gettysburgwas ing. 'The presumptive first mortgage -down a check mark on' their memorandum Sheppard of Texa. ltuncNt of pocketul of apples, and had tossed, -
''' "Die he on his own bailiwick, pads. advocate of the project outide" 'the at time into ''the, ..
: plan'in. Los Angeles fought are now near br past the hold the Florida' congressional delega- cors 1 pea ,
.i/" "* .* century,, ark A few years more and plus the proximity of a house com They recall sttement by navy tion. The tall black fellow was btting'.he! right . .
c mie. chairmanship within..* ver year that ear off a smaller Jig that ) tried. to. ., '
: "lay. none be left bore in the oflcla sev.rl Senator Sheppard now Is phalr- la "
' lawyers call the w wh arms ff years, are operating- : l4 bMe on the Florida man of the military affairs committee get apIece of the latest ". 'I_ . .- >
I i'f; : : .., zauaon: "it 1* difficult conflictv "Pete" in the lower body.rwA' .. peninsula be desirable., It cre .
:. ( would ; senal rules prevent his "All right, I'll ride the hog,* J X-aM.. '
: : : ;: ; \, > how''such a simple devio* Happily the feeling which that strife. SPEED-The- speed displayed was the submarinefeet holding chairmanships.. The 'you "doiTEthink I'm- .a. acaredy-cat; dO'\ .

', ? ;, ; ; .:..tonl bf.h&": tlmaTerT' ; ena-enerd.1 itself,'MO.fa as.those. )Jut; by the.;PWA in tossing than wa attached in the Pacific to the,' and battle forth 'commerce committee which handles -; .you And Il bet, I train him.:. to',' . '

; ; : > ':i: ; "fall*'' V *altaer".:;:''the:" 1ea cono.risi.i.' : lone . tj'4 >oa'4nummerr' )" -ths-t"aur-, a the paft''<>f '. ,' caught ;, | communities '. more important and .than Stough's ;.
on c' gaverndiment'wbIchpays ; and sme Forda' numbered only fraction ''Ija his choice.: . pony Theaejhogs /- I ,' '
:: .of lkely
; ; : : .!operation .In trad-' ' the' way Of'eah.wlt; completely .. congress of theoretical r ulrem.nt may wU be therefore, are as smart ,.* any -pony nly'"ey'r'J, ".' -

I ; : : re.." : ,, &
.(i { l I ; ,[ the.plan"i, .which ,o- oi)7Je', struggle where In1 .trt.dys.-U... 's'much 'dust project in PWA had gathered files, Floridians in 'increasing believe number. the .xprojected simultaneously in. -told' you so when .3'o'u 4itln't' fill, up '. '.
more than a fourth chance house and It .was. Cope- :9odbox th'9the ". : .
> to. criminal case, baa of tot that;; their purposes had 'been forgotten a' base s.nat fead' \ : ( '
are'gaining land's
.. : ; J the American-Bar aaao..-' died. "Ter. four 'months later,Lincoln by'the local ,sponsors and commerce preenc. at.'the In the 'senate of the,\ "Aye ybu.g ni'tbrd.-ibe og;0n be .; ., "-
made address the Florida" niemberl *11k.. In a BARB 'CUPBOAHDS Xthe I a w.," . ' ; ,
F ..American'Judicature$ ..Te gt"erg' f.w instances which accounted for a lack of canal < .V. ", ,
: :w1nnlnaIta --way' 'across her*' of.'theBlue-and.: l ; the ,|; the work wilinever, it is probable ,that mater ot .PA alloaton' and actvit.In., quarter, heretofore. coward 'I won't-Jet I e ii yo 're ( ., ,
that ''
t begin-a . ', ,
a demonstration 'of suc- in the spirit lot those and more Cngress. :" : "". .. ; brother. at, all,' eVen to'tbe.teacher.'jB .j 'I" !{
: the undyg uletpubl iprvemeht.are man Wicox believe ha 'ONLY. A STARTERSenatorPepper /tell, an rPh nod: , : '
: It is a boon to the lasting Union "of they were '.The left te cupboard rather bare for Is among many New Dealers I.her'yo''r V .; ; \ '<" ,.

} saving to the taxpayer. prophetic. Florid membr do not In- hi* sucj.sor, Pat Cannon of Himl. who believe that the new wage- 'So I tging. 1rwd.. rtl" .
the oyer and '
while to investigate tnd. money, I. doubt that the hour act la only a starter. llmbd .
I, if the started for the
T : project for which it "hops.. ,
an- to : I dllrlct ha b.n They are convinced "that the new .
Its possible wa allocated
: eye are discarded. The treated Uncle' law will 'follow the '

k : Florida.Heaven knows I CURREIOPUilON I allocation for themselves win be useful 'Its f.d.rl loans, grants and Sm course of previous New Icglelalv.reform The hog, I explained to my apparently

state generally cpeajc-, ::. long hoss-tradlnl purposes. I benefaction rank next to the S measures. Past experiences unapprcclatlve' listeners, was too tail for
- . '. avoided,
I Franlcsco area in dollars ha shown
behind in their per measures me to bestride without
members thatlrecovea .
I SAUCE FOB THE GOOSE believe that some project ta. :Much of the of course, such a* the the farm some sort of
may be cancelled cr.dlt lollng I WAS barefooted, and bad
In trp
|New York Times)__ others of like cost,out are held should go to factor the ; asubstntial act,. the social securlt law, the reciprocal careful to keep the careless pigs t b
: however tariff and
.was act others
is require -
I reported the Civil Liberties to be .of treater .
merit.PHOSPHATE classification 8 on me with .their sharp 'toes.
: Teachers union has offered to a a good amendment almost before eppln ,
J defend'Mra.: Elizabeth -
author of "The Red _.Th. financial rlk.._T they arc placed in force.It AI surveyed strrpsltu\Uon., X
presence of /
very. large and varied D11g. Net Senator Is too much to hope the NewDealers took up another '
that fact 'grows this work, the pharge that she slandered Peterson Peper' and 'Congressman MIG A BET-Some Florida assert, tha tha- Wagehourbill Van. He had got himself a bleaher'.at Wth'
the Methodist bishop of Nebraska committee the view that the will prove It ,
atop a
studying the exception: I fence-post.
incident 4n New York. and Iowa in a recent The nation' phosphate In- smaller cities In the state are a and a they -
broadct. dustry is nO'accident.Congressional over atrt one. "VVhafll. we call him?" I. Shouted.
I organization: : of teachers union would Pilling because' It looking a bet by falling to participate they are prepared to listen -
.aid.-Mrs. leaders at'flrsl "This hog is to be'
In- In the federal low-
olt housing faous. you
and going
'i 'York. From Teachers' disapproves of radio -complaints to revamp
tended to
appoint know.
l censorship. no member from program. the act future He'l b one' trained for
as experience firs
follows may
i .Yorkr,comes, coinclden- This promptY the protest of the phoepat' producing states.When Communities' of more than determine., regular riding, and 'picture will be ,
t ; in which the Legion the. union to !nton againstusing' in the history bpoka like George Wash .

The nieeting of the Inc9me t rtu' to intimidate call him James
i : Igton Lt's' Fenlmore
bad. to do with witnesses his committee investigating .
1 "Taking Care Of Cooper. He wrote The Deeralayer, andthat's

I! juxtaposition Doherty was asks sug to the naton lobby. activities labor relations; and .It warning that I 140" wrote'the greatest' book. ,.bo ever .

chance to'make his com- it be alert to defen employers (ARTHUR KRQCK IN THE NEW YORK TIMES) -, '
1 ; .against any -attempt their
teachers. The chanoer retl James Fenimore was'eyelnk
freedom ,of speechIt Cpr
I serve toemphasize
I I Incident ends in the : auspiciously aa I
; the to
I : the almostcomplete silenceof'conaerv.tlye teuUv. commute I test on the supreme court bl. Is months ago wrote letter to< a He wanted another up hi.
American way. chamber of commerce of tt. party met this typical: "If business wi .un Barkley testimonial dinner In apple core, and I
I .
I 1 J e r ni a n'" publ gatlpn and gpe, regarding Mayor: week In WUhlngon member questionable'' evidence* cooperation Louisville which was In effect an half a apple In my lef hand, munching'.
it .
and we get reasonable indorsement from time to .
charges against the Frank free speech in reckoned senator I revival of the senator's cam
: it '' "fascist" Com Jersey Cty.Hae'l;, bon '. .and 45 new a representatives from by in fall the pie DmoralC candidates paign for re-election. He intend I solved' my problem by stepping
who to speak for-Mr. Barkley in Kantucky. -
rejoins that the profes. Yet they ar not without -'Bund advice. their PiuC; group will sit ''in the will sureI ba stle can ba But Governor Chandler,,' quickly with one toot upon 'the back of a

. 80n are"communist. Alf M. Ldon.and Arthur T. Valentine, next If. the new pump- relied take care of 1'40." By Instating that nothing can 'swerve small pig. TeDt I vaulted easily t'

: I & oi-DameSltheJllat- prsidt the, Aerica'Bar aaaocia.tlon .- priming ''ffor.of''' the administra this ha meat that, vAether or l.otthere him from hit loyalty t th* president the back of te astonished James ..
have individuals. ton revive business by, Is Republican\ congressional 'to'prais Mr. more .
And contnue' Cer.
to the tund mentl & it- .
% only a Clark thepresident prevent the gain to make a surface ho Is nominated Just then Van
; we'! began. America Is forta-ht Grv. renominatlon of most Dem- showing against 'the'-New- Deal In and Yet. will be tossed 'aoUer apple
\ ChandlesJ
JewYor1 a-' ot whom .he el.cle. : core into the pen, and. '
& 'count y. Teachers ., -laWr."ur oat disapprove*, or Novmbr. the Democratic mod of or- & .thebogs
: ) the Legion vary as the association.mUa 0' te & Cunty B' general pubic rises up to control the bigstate ders. And, nomlnale not, he made for<' it. :My% mount\ letting out a
to against the federal relief of
s\gest you, be.. machine delegations which will na.the can be expected the yell fright and resentment, plunged
: There are] some persona "that 'a little la this may come ,true. party candidate at the right across
ItoeU' as dangerous praheC ; next application of the White House the path of the,'
J me n1Dg. persona!.dis- ,to the politic 'as a little But definite Republican* ntona convention. rubber alamo on the next conven-' herd. My half-eaten annla.ntlaA' _6ncomtn..
or Impose their opin- potassium cyanide to the human body. la 'the' national house a\ polUcl1 fid it essentialto tlon delegation from Kentucky. the air creating a - the t..h starbOard .
.4- indicated, probably a many as BO, their ambitions Throughout the senate and the dlv.rslon o -
In. All. places and ranks. attitude of'conservatives office-holdin quarter. ,
I only '
. the
soun\ of election '
t' story night will,not .
. 1 t'py. lp s.rloe pres house are Democrat, sure to b.membl
I : Instance :supposed ; tln Impartial of therights be told In 'Its I
deene statistics. Should ident th.11 party in the campaign of the next congress, who founl it, difficult to hold on when
driving Norman Thortias,, of the the' it happen that Senators however we
\ : ; cit Bill of Tydlngs cb they may expect to fight for anew te advance the .apple--
. : his right'of free speech, Rights In ,v'l c.. George, McCarran and Smith have dlaa' with his policies. -They party control after November* gobblers.. It had n gua'O occurred 'to rrfe '.f .

\ in Newark.. .TbI" It la UXO, .tr .te j OraUvs to rect previously In been, renominate' hye leaed 'by experience that Their usual sttem.nt privately that a hoahas no dame.Ve I .decided to -
: ognize that Kentucky that Gv.ror fight at a time I LI enough, that Is that "go along
/ ; ; ) .of1 fascism'! in. these' for the* t ct 'demand .sau lar has mad a race against two confuse the ele torite. Witness -; me., one more election." How mae a note of t and set afoot some
i. It tells -nothlng g and deny. sauce Senator observers will what;Senator inquiries as soon as the ,
' ., gander.. .tor' ark'r. Gillette did inIowa fully they will measure up to ta current adven-
.t ommand.r!!' .lloberty pre S b required' to .look and what :Mr. Chandler. 1 I statement will not"be disclosed ture was out of the way. ..

; j that Div; Counts, whom . beyond the returs of election doing'in Kentck. W weeks or month after the next -
f :
night :They 'will be In Iow
obliged toawaitthe"attitude the White
n polling
day. Certainly 1
; ; / 1 for'Professer Geller- . unlond :.Shorts ., of ''the Demo-1 House Inner- .-circle (that never ton will not be visible in that :.Myyellow 40. : k send that ..

: ': ; 'tt&ck.otbe Legion,'ia. .,By '" crt in the ,neWn.congress.. This move Importantly without the.president's night' return' by parties. there was afoot &a-hog. He /

; makes him;; It.thsr ". .( L! wl auir 't main question -' kowledg. and con-' Even National Chairman jump over.the fence and came tearing
L : .- Farley the
.A.' :: one of'-the' few:.cpmmu- ul won the sent) wa*, umc all 1 Its 'In- who ha jut Indorsed the"purge" herd, leaping OVeran4UpOn

. \ ? ;; ;; :; i In, the' United :Stat... !, leOletot''onl v'j' : .horse." in.. stantlal election'or"rverse has ( "ha1, ;'suffere: sub/I\ fluence romiton t defeat he Senator, kept Gillettefor' up the I'he opposed those and Democrats deplore, who may Intend baamorrk the' porkersbarking ", ,

: / to bewsreot," as 'wei, but, :they 1ok-a.c St' Evan president$ bpanly 'at- \,pretense president wasnot'involved. .to ..follow their own ideasWhen' opportunity to. .tua-bte saw a ; ,..,:

,, ? our'', great-experiment' ..temout: cPlbttrl; tempt to ,defeat for. renomlnatlon That was because he the next election i Is over. In' more exciting. m& rldaJesson, .'

; :; < ': the United; States is ,a; "' tWoy&l, ,*,orUghbred', mentioned above andrD'm.mbn ant to confine the war to one some where a fightto .' '
pa quar.r .
: % of ,
"* th.beseandII a time. He managedsohneho'W'to Mackr' he '
:' / ; 'epithet*'. for fact* Par- -The WPA, ,m't give a VbunciTfofnmplcye ) his effort, the ao- separate In the..mlnds a .. mae to prevent'a "Sc" el 'shote I. '
.. ; : \' :' c.fu I third-term or'a Deal, nomination To Mack this .
$ dtul to refrain > meant that his master
; e frOI' rtiats
J.that queUc'w in 1940 he I Is '
;, ng. ,Vic. by"" whicii i",, vast* "Ne w' Deai4rainbow'th,:'colors-of which, fully nex conass' president on .the one had.the' finish on cnfld.nty'. 'was in.trouble. and that he shOuld pbn- '

. j !>> ;: : .citizens-are. lumped 'have,: faded-! ;cnlc.rab17" ;''in" '' ,h-gone bt acto1 The New Deal and the- New. Dar* on I tab the already sorely fried ,Jamea Fenl '
; en I this found the other. He made more Cooper. ..
'of' 'few Dont4' ron' f nt resound Dictator deter war, tfllnft HDuce. Presently he-.waa ,at the '
.character .
.any I on the sorfaee. 'to be found '
; P with of'devo
1 : ; ,, -.AbOut.I841er'.cent"o; ; : .". '.?; 1 ";i '.. ,In the private exp eisIons of P.mocratlo PtestUons ., As"democracy disappear, frlgtene', lal's' hndquer. .biting..
tall'loiy M. Re.l. .
\ : I & ,, !.teach, .r a.i Don't'wolrywidjdy" ever afrwUd" on. .' senators and reprpsentatlve naturally there I I. less" for w'hlcb . uUJ.h1 '

:. \ : laborers ,farmers"/ Some: girl .W:sup,,the halter' of'8natri. who .have Tgenerally t gonealong' to/defeat him and -he, will.not. ba the world must, b iafeparded.' .,. Van"was" wildly that he

. :: ' mony-on a.little lateriytyiklng"the ; 'with the president .and will I in. the admlnlltton's. bag ,wh.nlH..artYe.'o ,1 '- fel fence-poirt and: smashed his .
: .quietly :plodding1',! floor 'continue to 'There \ \* ose'on a plank. He ceased be '
: nights with colicky baby,,the! prlai their' fealt \ ., lno -AUstrla; therefor* t a spec .
; .ways. struggling .to get at the t.hl-untl el.ctlon ' ; Is' avoiding there'll' i6'' Austrian debt Thus tator and apentj,toe"rest the shE* ,

- I r.. : : : & doing) .their best; IWbe..the-WI.thow-'CImy.; .,' .J>> 4''' 'l."ald r,ceatiy- by .a,senator'whotpassed realismin the some' experienced, the new logic. and the arithmetic ,period; washing/ >!fbod off, his fa"c \

\ : ...;.:.:, ,. ';" s e- '' *. "': ..:- .', .' t.'admltaton" pol.IU.c.wa". The pr " ": ,move" .tora ,hand'.1' bad at the hor.ta-h.. .. ., '
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... 1 MUSSOLINI:: NOW.. FEARS :LOSS_ OF. .FACE IN.t.gPANISH..WAR : .Jl.;:;fI' ::7

;i BRITISH CONVICTS \ hostile German T rr'JtOI7. Just north S.V d
!/; f MAY SEE SEASHORE ; through"which located an,overwhelming C mountain pass In*

1" vadlng fore would '
.- certainly strike. '
PROVOKEPRESTIGE LONDO 3u17UPrkI.hOoflvlot.q 'WILL GIVE ARMSTODERFUEHRER' Although strongly fortified it could : :

V anon. may go to the slaslde : be two l bought at a natural.heavy price. The f Talk Of In .France :. : ':H
remaining of Scanda. .
to work and play. avenue .'
: : L S Invasion on the German aide '
;1 Under the .b01ll1.s.orearys .laU V V are .
LOSS ,& rV now Infinitely "
: scheme V more serious alno .
eat' to add "attractions" VS
I la ,,
/ absorption. Socialist FormerS power .
of prison life. a.big camp will be I Chge Omunlete .l1'et ;" i. V
built on" the south coast, ,.,'.ooct Draw a line oa a map ef Ca. hoI I rlpoet I 4 ,
.. : I ; ', Slovakia from north to south r ml AldlnGerany' authorl alpm.nt arm .
their honor" ( Wit
men on f'.o
; .. p4' ; Would to then V
: IfaIanPeopleFijror) Pact will be able to relaa-and work- k. Skod 's Output I through its very center. Thecleavage 8pllb rJu Ic. V

'',. away from the will .!'Un" directly from I.n ,
., At Bulwark 'atmosphere prison Shade Of :Eng. oa ftc ,foreign
Might Olata
j Against walls. 'S In southeastern Germany .It p..rn..nt. \
, policy. .
( through Bruenn. the Industrial ,
Convict have' city V
to holi
a wnuJAM .
: V ,
, "I kHVtIir day at the states expense will have land,:France. In the heart of Moravia, down to 5 sy OOP Pb%. $555)l'a ltirpoUatlGf would .led to ,.t S
L '
{ .. no more supervision than that or.* -,' Vienna. This Is the militarist's c.'Ir tess. .eMuus. a fuU.. d.bte In pU.nt"'",. ,J t 1
'Il. ,
.I dlnarlly, given to nawle. .engaged, !I'> V By. KJCLAND srowaV natural\ way. to bit. off,the Caechs lulynlc.rabl.). o.rln ,
.r.. ,. t.A2L on road and swallow them at lebura K II PA *kveral day provoked V j
or other esitIQA .
.' reconstruction\ i (1IIoMIM .
_. tt=Ieses; .11 of the cabinet 1 1 ,
work. natural fatal
to because
- a degree curious '. Premier ta Pml.r T.
V .
7. ,, fore
(oo .
: rnalrtrt. '
) . .. Latvia, July iv-Th* Neal geographically there are gap ..tNachod. Pierre Bltenne Ddl.r.
\. LONDON, J.uly .1,-ThV ort-ds- ..b. IloraytulroDU.aft411etwee1lJlm03mo..nd Cal wise to read'
.J. aauraoxer .af.eadUtrIDoruln. On the northern his "to the-
V dllouoD
3 case country
.bated Italian proposal t to England NAZIS ATTEMPT :;>; ..."....,..... lu presur on that half of the ; the lseniedaa.opportu.. the decree of ..
t V r 4 S Anglo-Italian pact should be > Qtechoalovaklaa pecan which oon.teINI > Mikulov pn Its southern border. nity!present It before the chamber tor.Vthelnt..alisupns.ald not b*.'V -V --
Vbibg1t Into without < discussed, but r'eferted to the
.ft.ct. 'withdrawat : t the rich meat of Bohemiaand The northern gap exposed area. of deputies. committee l
!r V- V of volunteer from Bpaln II k. "". KGrI.... Inojudlng, the vital The S oa foreign .affair*, which .
.. fact remains that.Cmechoslo-
the outx-ome 0( July's wish to stop TO TURN Pllseft It Is generally t.I'a dangerousprecedent 'continue sittings during parliamentary r
V mad wane, of money. VIENNA ''lot '.. 1 Bruena.cities .of Prague and vakla'. maximum .of It army divisions . has It Is felt 'vacation.V *

; Terms oth. 't'. .'. ; or 180,000 regulars, could also party who have ojocupled Flandln de-. S
signed last With the fattest half of centralEurope' scarcely hope to withstand a Cuman . could I'b.*
I. April were that Italy and Great The In the hi Idea -
last lnld the pltol *
democracy .lop b.for
V triple offense at these three .
/ INTO : PO'STI government 1 ,
: Britain
promised .
not to
disturb the TRADE Third Reich's relentless pincers points. In the air also the Cseehs to* VS. S
situation la thV Mediterranean,, two question of exceptional military would bII". utn mbered. According wary of. lending aid" to 'possibleenemies. Instead, he. carried' It to the ..

Africa and the Near East The _____ Importance"*': ev*.beta posed to recent figures, they possess approximately _-' microphone. Immediately f after V
, I pact however oouldv come Into, If Hitler attack, tan the Oechi BOO first-line plane an II"* radio speech has been ward, Socialist deputy, SalomonGrumbach V '
" V ; V .force only with withdrawal ot' Leisurely Austrian Are _V hope to resist an armed Invasion? with reserves to the asms amount widely quote and .ppronln answeredhim,/deploy,. .

. ItaJiao'I"onDari.1 from SpainandBritain' And .if the Mast/absorb Caecholovakla << both a small fraction ot Germany's mal 1. me log that Flandln- lo..leI. / auppV f
recognition. of Italy s *m' :tidthered By ManyRegulations ly Ohe-method.or 'another. esilalpowuriVtJndeauehnum.- France.Three argument to Hitler MuMOllnlagalnat ." '.f

plre" In Ethiopia.. X 'I What will be. the ,value. of their stances the Caech* would be lost - weeks ago.-F.idla"ll d.a V France.4w.. _-? : ',5' .
.., V Now Britain has'recognised Mussolini' .1 priie from the military angle T without prompt .and tremendousaid public speech of a The ....110 of Flandln' tlo." I

r domination- Ethiopia, and -' The 'flnt question concerns particularly from Franc and Russia.If aoter .In which he urged France speech w be I I.. for "t
. I the Duos would very much Ilk. to' the defense.capacity of the should not fight'Unless directly attacked French policy with British policy,. '.
__ .. S on. takes the alternative* assumption
( N Yw* rii
' Trik
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V and in which he blamed .
1- -see-- whereas the .
remainingprovision*- f the V Ml nl IMJUr tlnr) nation's frontiers and of It* army. there Is every reason to "lnt'Ppuiare.- V
;.",11 pact'carried out. H. cannot, however VI:4NA.: -July Sv-Greater Germany VV 'S S The second points to the, future suppose Hitler over a longer period France's lack of neutrality: In Spain holds favors' , S
r take his men out of Spain before has .assigned to Vienna the :ip.V.4il': status of the famous Skoda munitions can almost Inevitably succeed for bringing about a state of tension sian policy. British. policy, aay '
a Franco victory. A dictator role of .\ 'Hamburc of the east," works ono'Qf.the most powerful la conquering Csechoslovakla by between France and Fascist Fdll favor peaceable.. settle-1 '1
3 cannot afford to lose face and It a commercial outpost of the Third and' most efficient arms manufacturing the same "1D .maI" methods which the Csechoclovakla problem. -

V would be a'very grave loss of face, Reich In IU>deaIlngs with southeast V "'" firms"la the he used la Austria, plus economic they have operating seven Flandln indorses.that stand.

li L) Indeed. for Mussolini If hi* legionnaire Europe. \ $45 Jj.(.,. .ri Obviously Skoda U the chief weapon strangulation.\ .. 4 &a week be.1 and 24 hour a day- British policy also favors *trictneutrality '
4 returned to Italy leaving. Construction oKth Rblna-Dan- I ; of self-defense possessed by little The powerful French arm combine bnl for the next by all nation hi the)
V victory. la the hand of Madrid. ube canal will be accelerated, and Chechoslovakia. and may well I. of Schnelder-Creusot: owns a ; oltOI. of ;Spanish civil war. FlandlB.. favorsthat. V
On of the carefully unpublished after Its completion Hn :1945 Europe give patuo. even to the mighty Gin controlling Interest In Skoda and involved in different ahop.* too. S , V
1 reasons for popularity In Italy of will have a tranrfepntlnental man war machine. Obviously too, Its president Char!** Eugene p I But a* other ctlc ef Flandln' .
I, lbs pact I I. It 1* regarded a* a ..bul waterway permitting passage of control and, domination of Skoda Schneider, Is one of Skoda' moat 0t.Bren keep position point mere say.V
I, wark against the Increasing power 1.500-ton vessels front the'. orth would endow the Nazis with '. annexation Influential directors. Skoda also 10,000 men SO.'a pJt .. ing you,prefer a. peaceful settlement -
of Hitler. Italians are not likely sea to Rumania and Conetarj no. enormous addiVonal' war-making 'has two German-Ccech directors The plants produce airplanes. I to war means nothing. The
to forget for a moment German pie. The main harbor on this. gl- HERE'S ROYAL PHotOGRAPHY --. strength ConhelIu.n.l7 DO one can both of whom have been credited Pag.. Pllsen extensive workatu question is not wh.te France
V .entries look from the Brenner pass gantlo' freight road will be In V1 V Wli phot doubt Hitler Ie rlYine for more with contributing generously to the out heavy tanks and 'shall attack ; question
V down valleys leading Into-northern anna, and in the recent'' redistribution '\THE HAGUE: July 2.-Tiny Princess Beatrix of Holland than the "Ube ktJon" of a.soo.OOO German NaaU* funds when Hitler while a'l7. military .Is whether Germany can be Inducedto ;

qc Italy and It I is safe to assume Italy of former Austria** into seven sticks her thnjnb contentedly here, while the three women Budoten Germ. In-hi. offensive. wtt on his way to power across the chemical factories at'Alomono and refrain from dillrJt Euro I
would not be Inclined to stand as a new units or "Gaue, It received against .th. Ie *t republic. f.antler.; Given the opportunity, nitrogen work In other of [ peace and
interested in her look p
disinterested spectator while Oerr' the status of the former -fr.. cityof mofrt- royal career on adoringly.QueenWilhelmina" 'There are unll seesone why perhaps del Fuehrer _ldn't find the country. Skoda also per for the Spanish war I I* certain

many added more-provinces the Hamburg. holds the baby. Crown Princess Juliana, I JtJ.r. logIcalby .l\Ould not resort It difficult to. Juggle the Skoda directorship the Czech automobile .catl the "Front Populaire" la this
t retch by annexing parts of Czechoslovakia. Marshal H.rm WQhelnT Oo the mot: r,1stn.'the center; and-the-other 'proud grandma to direct vasion of OIechoslo.vakla Install a few outstanding a considerable Interest In road con country I Ie just a* anxious aa Flan
ring 1s chiefly responsible for thismighty la view of industrialists-. It shall not load"to a generalwarbutjb.s1
.p6oWIy the Nasl .
ooherae.. He Princes. Armgard, mother of Prince Bernhard, is at rightS :; andgraft i d
I Abu** heaped by the Italian : encompassedAustria I formidable economic club which heIIOW the hug Ckech munitions industry .truCDD.IOr.hblll the Is whether-
V L V press on hanoi wa a display of In the German fouryearplan Krince Bernhard took the'picture. holds as a result of th. an- on to that of the-Reich. of"l that end can best be attained by .

r temper caused by delay In-carrying he Inaugurated, the building V I of Austria. Nevertheless, If Hitler ever does this, he will in S.the&sinews ombln.of war. Its letting Fascist nations have their1 ,-
of the Hermann r -
I out terms of the Anglo-Italian Use on the Gearing Danube works and he at at Dessau Paul Joseph Goebbels, clearly than elsewhere. LJfe I l.,far European military experts are unwilling be grafting a vast specialized network productivity and its potentialities way.What V

f agreement For weeks, the Pyreneaa broke ground upper for construction of minister of propaganda -puttie[different from what It used to be. to Ignore the "long-shot possibility which ha been supplying are 1 powerful no mllltar) dicta Flandln I. most blamed V ".
V : frontier wee practically wide of precipitant for is the apparent he Is-making -
the Tauernwerko, enlightenment denied ths\ existence : a aggressivemove 00,000.000 worth of CaechoelovakU's torship. Intent on. .domination of fact
t4V open and munition Into biggest hydroelectric of the "so-called Jew have been .eliminated from from Berlin, and take ot delicate International
poured republican In the AuatrIat n.- they export nually. He win take the Daaublan valley and the use ji very -
q Spain. Th French In MuiolinT is Alps.Goerlng Uon.". H. said It had dlsi v.d 'almost every branch of public life, full cognizance. of the serious problem -possession of the Bras machine ant be expected to "lib situation to scatter fear V
a prophet of the Na- culd
frV . . opinion bad spoiled every tionalSocialisttheory. that work into. atoms and was no iontr and with them many of mixed presented by the Csech 'fron I gun. one of,the finest In the world, & of Czechoslovakia's throughout the French -nation and.

j thing by not allowing Franco to, and that productive -vislbj7From blood.' They do not appear In pub- tiers. They recognise Prague'* defenders and one used by the British army. 0rp. appropriating further the cause of the party '

.' \i.. IT beat hi.. opponent.' Time Wa running work 1* a'Vafer cover of a a purely political viewpoint 118., as form.rbAI a result, the could not ''hop to hold off I Skoda would enormously Increase th* Sheds plants one way or an by making It seem the V , .
HP -I' out and *o wa money. Then currency than gold. -T.itr the first Dr. Goebbel. I I. rightThe blN af.. .oa the Rlngstrass and the Nads'' formidable forces alone 'Germany'.armament output Bkoda other. present government is leading the

Britaia persuaded France to- close time in the postwar history of plebiscite when this country voted In the. city ar* empty. Their absence -for more than a abort time, andbeyond output would bolster Berlin's military The fact Germany already possesses country into war. .
t and Italian press attack Austria ekllled work.1ii have become for' anschlusa, proved It. But psychologically is. felt also V In the theaters that portions of the na might possibly to such an extent a ,great armaments Industry It cem* proper to point to risks V

It ceased. scarce here and In !some districts the homo Auatrlacus and concert hall. tion' borders. are seriously exposed the combined Industrial resources cannot be expecteJ: t Hit- the peace of the world ma run I
II It remains to be seen whether It unemployment ha vanished. can still be traced. All the riches Tourism1s. changed likewise !. of Franc and' Great. BrItain 1r. hand; for If he I need party leaders who have be.1 prime V
4 V will be possible to reconcile Musollnl's Incidentally unemployment .1. of the earth have been promised The International tourist 'from the Three,* strategic. weaknesses of could not compete u Soda war chain urgently. It ministers in the past and may b
p. V feeling of prestige with not the only thing'whloh ha dis- to V him on condition that be work West ha become comparatively Chechoslovakia' frontier. where S Skoda's plant are numerous and quit apparent los of this. prim ministers 'again . '". V
term of a negotiated peace. Certain appeared. Old Austria has dlsapteared for them as hard as"he can. It rare. He has been, replaced by the they touch the .....ater Germany varied. They employ more than chain to her allies France's foreign policy the foot. ;
people think the two rival with It, and its very name will take longer than the** few German from the relch.Meanwhile are sufficient In themselves to ".000 workmen In Csechoslovakla would constitute a ac handi ball of domestic politics.
"'Idea1o...." la Bpaln are too completely hu been changed to Ostmark. the months to make him mend his . the aund ef the VI. make prolonged resistance almost alone (for Sheds .also ha branch cap. From that oOI, t.Oseohoelovfckla Flandln U toying with a dangerous t'
M r divorced from each Other eastern olsurely' ways .. hope).. At tit where .is Hitler He find It out '
S mark of the new empire .DD. ar* kept busy with aumer- very point plants and affiliate la PoIaa4'and, a i I weapon. may t
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: who are supposed tobe,);) rugge4 individualists" flocking responsibility rest upon the '* .fo.o' theirs ultimate caEcernLng and the . 'V
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to support a man like Mayor Frank Hague of Jersey City. shoulder of aa editor'who function . e your' V k ,
V Blind conservatism rnoth.rafae4i.m aim I of fascism. Thl My heart goee la deep sympathy -Na Bud o.; t b
:\' Over and over it has .been said that Americana were says Harold J. Laskl. II to enlighten rather toss they hope to accomplish by to Mrs. e ou letter la upon the entrance .-

, I different we were supposed to be intelligent and not tn"the And on. might add liberated liberalism contuse-' and muddle the ..people.Thercfoc unification of the worker and all Suda. revealed such a Nazi Bund t Fr under t of freedom of speech,

;. V leaat inclined to fall for such stuff as dished out by the fathers democracy.Dr. *. the stand token in the progressive people Into a dim agonizing tear that I can freedom of and g peaceable assembly. .,1.:
S;- Walter A Jsup. scholar :your editorial comment of June or people' front a* in not resist the Impulse humbly to
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humanist realist president of the 25 concerning ""Communists and where fascism has beenforestalled. offer her. and possibly other
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;., ':'City recently should convince any I and even more from foreclosures of Teaching and former To begin. with, their objective their principal "aor.tlc magazine t. most logical solution of It. la the of Chief Justice
, 'skeptics that fascism II not only a due to this. staggering tax burden. president of (be University of are a* far apart a* the pole.. Th the OuJt.thq clearly too not long since felt an almost !-Hughe It.' lie refer to"tl The whole criminal law be : 4:
f... In this but that it The natural of this Nazis. 'the .. the undeniable urge to start a II.b
'Ii!i .. danger country consequence Iowa was elected' to the directorate are endeavoring by use .tat i V
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.* There are a number of oontrlbuteri the large Industries. moved a.,..,.I represent and Interpret the system which they know 1, .and their orgaalsattMW t MM. Coe 1 vehemently .O \.. pretest ef liberty of conscience, .
:'''J:,'' to the New' Forum who Some Worker followed and ethers publics Interest and attitude. ha outlived M* usefulness for tie I pmrpoo I, too, a young .04 : "These right may be abused bylialag the commission of erlme I. made '

J;'. thtak that -I am the law- Hague who were not able to nor were,1 Significance unseen there would majority- the people, wfaDe'the oC detesting the .ofreaotloa .who avidly c'VOU th* very magazines .seseh .pros* .a.1. . It,Is a tbdaat.condition
-12 I* need la Miami left without Job*. cent to be In this event Communists, who also know that aad blonMair u n t I .t the Incite te \
11:.. V .jaahtn.ton.! X wonder U they White the oily and It* pepulaUao.It ..I Amid continued turmoil abroad, th* capitalist system .has outlivedIts programs, see te .w t Y&o a. 1. necessary t oil
movie that bar people through mea must oxen ,
for the abo- ', V
I rise know the character and ro- eommere' and It* business suffered the struggling to lOIn the ame aeefulnec. are endeavoring by ( aa aUlaaea In a a
the of education and capitalism sad tbo octab-sons of this uchdelightful usatectthemo&vii ise theUr in harmony, and .
severe impoverishment did use persia.ales
. erd of Berr Hagu*, our No. 1 red problems In different letting Ut/e .r '< rt
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baiter. Do they know what U. Hague suffer, tooT While the throughout the world and th. to win the naJority.-bi ooavlneing .o.1.lla. not yield restrictions as V
t,,; really back of all thl hysterical: worker were hung evicted from seeking of new ''alignment, these them -to their program, preserve eleaweraey.. I, too wa filled wIth fear and tt Corpus .which I a are produce that r.. .c
.. ? ; I their home because they had no alignments political, military economic a* expressed: In their slogan: Neither Hitler. MussolInI no* dread a* t the dire consequences treatise oa law n- \ .
V, flag money for rent our 100 per cent and whatnot, are predicated -"Through democracy to socialism" Stalin Is a Dictator.. All.three rep- of such a constant repetition ofcr -right of liberty la ThA, Connecticut supreme court V V
i: : '. X>*r Hague habeen an unprincipled American could choose between a on premises. and partialities Th capitalists a* In Germanyaad recent a ruling das la thei respective crime, crime, oa the youth OtUn per.n a has .said: S ,
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opportunist 1135,000 home la Deal, N. J. or a that portend their own destruc- Italy realising they can no countries. aad nation. But I realized the by ; "Liberty of speech and of assembly -
,'., V V started his career a* a ward-healer.' 14-room suRe at the Waldorf- tion. V, longer give the people work and Mussolini represent the capitalistswho futility of attempting theHercu- Uf n and un. .Is not license, not lawlessness,
V H* betrayed political associate* .to Astoria In New York city for whichhe Solution and gradual bread, manufacture a "strong own all the wealth end continue lean tack of changing all these r mN right' to do a* one but to fairly criticise com V V
* advance his own fortunes. He made' paid U3.001) rent la I.... not progress man" Ilk* the "glorified ,Al Ca;; to suppress the majority conditions .in .- On cannot and the right of the In- ment" & S

$$4 aDIaacM with the ', underworld In J.M Hague paid 100,000 to one depend group opinionbut on predominance on the free pon." Mussolini and the obscene a represents the IJrty.of help but bfe, Co* for p 1 ill ebjt.t reasonabLerestraint Far be K from me to advocate V

',. l W which have flourished Into the most settle income tax trouble with \h.fed.tal conscience and public opinion 6J Hitler. Themepuppets, being master -( ppl., who G all w.a voicing her pr But unlessall by for the the limitation of ef
profitable gambling racket la the .* "demagogy gala the confidence -sad to suppress .. a* a body good.1* from ab
government. HI salary -Is all,. for the struggle. of free government p.nte common the press, or .. ,. but
; Ualtod States. Jersey City iskaowa $0.a3O per year.s V will be fought, act onon of a desperate people b nority-the liquidated, opll dre on action .f what This. principle .sustained in tally believe that It Is asinine for
a* the "Wall Street" of the A business and Industrial d.ll..rl deceiving them their former opprefnot aYf .. cited in 189 60, to extend '
V concerns *ld button all eldee. the Ab. anyone &'
country'. greatest racetrack.: moved from Jersey City because Th national economic committee pro. impossible of fulfilment Unlike the fult..d.. proletarian Jut about a year ago through .o court held: to'a Nazi Bund to come
The.outstanding'* qualities that of high taxes Hague reallzed Or country I is J .Ito..blp DI.a I wo establish an Ideology foreign
-M4 V contemplate examination of A minority up on too poNO .e t The liberty guaranteed by the .
: mad Boss Hague $ h.mutcrt-th.mrl *elr.- e-to the--whole-"""Ican Jboelnea" *. ) group doom ..* ,achievement t 'a truth .tug Constitution I* liberty regulatedby to the principles of this .rlc '
graft,duplicity, avarice sad'greed.' bring back Industries he tferedthem Federal licensing sad 'Incorporation MI. p .rYn.Uet ." omauale.. er the dIctatorshipunac.sssFy. rea." Crletlai. law and the social compact; d.m& a our Constitution V
: ha IU"Or.1 what other cities would not, low record don*' .. my ifs principle are I
; Mae WIT Hagu been recovery a This ha been to V and In order that * may .peci V
B* .has spent 100,000,000 of ..taxpayer's could. -JOt or dard not Coffer. breaking deficit la March, Jew, responsible .tafl b man I al I have only be enjoy : It I but the tritest die.violation of'law-andor Vdci' --, '
money: and with tII.-axcip- Hague offered' thOllan\ ..penobop are ..... IIa posstblllUec.Btel The pnl contend that JUudardal. I DJ glimpse. of Ondreamed truism Iberf:7. I every man must might Just .well put V

S tion of (two district the oily prevent -: city and promised protection price go down, -.N It II .I. vistas ahead. S renounce unbridled license, so a cloak of "freedom-. speech" ,- S
a poctael of equator wlth-j front unions and organizers. la feared wag** will also go while Rather than attempt to ...tor wherever the natural right of upon conspirator cocking to violate
out oorual la any city of It* .*. other-word abundant cheap labor. government. cheer goo u'. An4 the j ) depreasUa 'yew of I.'It. & world t**em would; If exercised with other laws, merely because theconspirators
,Tb*Medical Center and the Jer.My This explain why recently se Ions as ws concentrate en the Workers L1ck received la IM*, l laborrIcalved ort how uri can deprive other cltlsen must Indulge In the

V OUjnaUdlum: for which Hague I. Hague ha exercised. all of hi. dictatorial up and down. of production a total ef -, per last and practical'to find a cur that ou assumed right exchange' of V lap in order to
take oredlt were financed by the power. against the right to prices wages, there will. continueto powlbl MO, Tho begin with a reforming of oureelvest ,rip. to the regulation ofmuoplaw. .accomplish ..le V
V PWA and WPA. I organise and to be successful,. thereIt be UPi and Vd w.*. A Fair. IncomeT out figures'of.a that labor ll Instead of laW. fear 'If one man .r These German bunds : ,
V It .U Mtlmatod that there are between wa necessary to outlaw'the constitutional Idea-men ar* working in Wash a' out.. S out at our hearts right preventing to the laboring m seeking protection 1
Inaten' &Del'' out of Washington M a f. ce" faculties veritable another from the pursuit for ; they opposed -
',000 and 10,000 people oa ,right of free speech and : 100.Iabu'Droduc.d. Iln. ,
,Jervey CMy payroll. A large free proas.Haguelsn. .. we' think, out only .Idea* waiL Ike aMer ..*. horns] .fieini possible .of us V face of lawful business what I ill to to freemasonry; they are V
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.. ,ber ef this total represent Is the rawest kind of OJa e.'Mt long ago, it was the I ban Just ...oln nice UtIle In. IT almost .. calmly and H It in become of the uoubt consti opposed 'to religion and they disregard I

4f ..iinneneesery.. job that BUm-I' a frame-up to make a huge sweat Idea that -bUIll..... .was. the cause. booklet from the departweakof double the value of lbS productpredueedla t true..llghtTNeither right of. to .property' : right '
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Si ,=;I for II....'. cohort hop ef Jersey City for the profit of all unpteasantnea.. but It wa commerce, this vast Increased produced p' "* K. C nor I want .1 b.11...unmolested .I ABE ARONOVTTZ.Priming V S
for thl bloated. and his learned that all of us are In business .- .uu. "aUz If th. I* of > S
.,To-rateo money f Hague a few of. cronies.It Income la wa little awothaa la the depreasloa tAto. 10. A' o t non U..r .K _
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payroll I.t V I I. tb* Idea'that$ a biula. .** I 11 U ,1 say a nle.booklt ,-.. T. market w. atertain- and flcnlc to him freedom pWn ,
I t* loereas* taxe and this wa V ROBKRT: APXaTRONG.V.Mis. It I I. printed oa grid M mr .. ,d 1 la favor of lab thevery T
good when It dOOll net makea 1. .IU "
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don 'With ;dictatorial ruthlesiness 'f : profit 'la dollar or USeIr."UI.I.nt. $..- .whit I $ 4ut .ken re 1t.u. b the national I ,
second only! to that of Hitler andujaoUnL r. . with PP' WI t It. Perhap la Imag Chief la IDcm. up
t llttl more Doe* I 'Cpbel .pea.
The Idea I 111 gaining that tw .ph .u. It'ld
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none can wet unJ. some give, t r te hard. There .
0, ,ja h ..,.*, regime Hague has Mack and, Why Ute overstocked .t brOl' I th* form 'Of igan In case, said: .ced -
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none can profit some.. t ro 'M 1 'local other from which
:'- doubled the city real estate u*.1' .,. tte. ama..II 0'. MkuM nun, Newel all factor. .remaining tuX ... page. 1 ,I.f* aloe, t larg $M*vntorteT Why .. ...fe.r etate and "No o..e'O lawfully stretch his people D I their living. Title
.....,....t.t aad tripled IU tax rat .The New" should -be aoUhd for 5'. The Idea I. gaining too' that which.. shows, ,"com. Pouce the faotoriar Why .the wn- I.. ...event,.rathir frantically O'lbr action 1 as to In deeds .mortgage don't raise
.4 V 7H $ewTorkPoetc1tHth.. ease publishing that rank 'interviewwith life lies beyond profit! ,Investors, by Major Industrial Group. .a'.atr. JUght atthif'point, attempt to t our W that of neighbors roof tree. Stock bond*
.. of a V mall. 113 German$ la taxes tailor who laj )(oCaJl;' All tUe words put in managers,: producers ,consumer which In 1997,show* a ta Jam, .'J from all ,fancied or ._ p and good, order. shoes. .All ane money dn'tarout I V
l* paid OB a shop- of.McCall'have the Include all and exclude' and over the V low Th capita Mlari w.rJ per ,0pte. --- .
,. the mouth pencil none( d.pJ.1n.7.. .,which a* Mr*. Co sowisely pile won't buy a hamburgerV
*SlOB *9 4UoWeM4w4* f>t STftOOe' 'XeAAt 3T&ef mark ..f.tho. they b&lo'to see that..o.ueoe.. column fA pro coat lower "m. than .lilt, unless beef and wheat raised
newspaperman Je t' I II a physical Impossibility a* practical solution are :
t tb* neighborhood decllaed ';' t
;) through supplying bla..wn ccpy.VV or security'depending oa variable dutlol toua a' tot of ..r. evtplt-wage .O '.. infinitely to Ua. For all thug that men use
V .tailor* property: wa assessed la fer.the D t a OU .b thl lr. tt.
V tb* WIaT the public woul4. Ribs to must vary tip, and,down.' 4 pro p.r cent provide th. life this. earth ar
./JC IMJOO and bill 't.uea were fTM.Jry know 'the' changed front Is It Thinkers, not just '.....u.d 4ue. column had P taller periodTho per "pit"'earnings penetrable I I I o..m W.1. no will we the product of labor 0 by hand and Sbrsln.
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.' ? V City. government;',last possible Miami ,I is about to '". .arthe leader alone, for none originate, and .reached tp of 70 la u fer *, ef against .ayf"d be'' .any mol Influence" . V
." r year **** ttl' ,.ltl** -STIr. four Princeton ;bonnet so deftly ear* grasping' th* Idea that human bIW.D'This represents : pleading a. rp total*!. "n17I,3II, fall' to j on f.afu.; noujn6rwpljwe decry And so the government lnateadV
,f': ftnwra* much a* thoe of Kansas fitted !lfWlachllT. relations &pd the human soul pump-priming increase'',of > InfoVmatioa I 111 for the ID V
1\\, 5 ? a *- their; live, .that wUI make them world' condition and search for of digging. a new well (raising the i
I" S V Taty *r New 0'.0". of which &uiQrl .\ .""deep' ,South fee*. must be-sStu4l with a science billions- which l t U *911 increase. locoe thinker who are self>rellant r And who know, a. panacea for all Ills. For we national Income), I. borrowing the I
has 100,000 .,."ter population and just wjectedv. living wag for itsoommon more aelentlf! '"thai'*th.: science .Now' "to page1 4' Inspect shouting).about the were these 'al will have attained the peace that purchasing power of the few
V i*.ale* ridden )7,.. .olQdous.M.; ..JalH>>r,.'It.;cU. .hit la. the used In' studying' meleeules. a. .ae." ue a..a1 -f .living offered .*,I') what .1 ecoD' passeth all. understanding,. and dfvlls who own both goods luck I I
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to another f a bv Cohan "King of Broadway >rL lisher, of a swing music
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.. Rooseveltcould residents here r ," looks at his reflection ; rived in Newark" today by .
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