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THE EVENING HERALD, FACSFOUR,., V .ntiiu 1ts-i " V PmruiWnt roads are s - VSliy , (Mmpt-titlo- . or more of real ambitions "be " of the cae man type been ottt almost daily tor Uie Mat atoata going thrfMih their pace with characterise youthful abandon. . . . The ladii are beginning to reaUse that the path towards another cooa- tj chmnpionHhlp ia track la Bot strewn w ith row. There are awn other hiph atbuola la the county which are going to dispute their tlaiiu In a very emphatic faaldoa. La nt year I'rcTp managed to come A acore nK-n- Hundred of cars pass a given point every hour on' many of our state and city streets county roads. Down-toware lagSedt Willi traffic n 1rr rnnnty high and field meet oa.top of tha neap . by a very narrow margin. The progpecta for a reflet ItHW af tbta fmt are fflrly good, although the at hool. lost a number .of aareH point winner by graduation, not ably reternon, Johnson and Houta. to The" eoaehea expeet.vnoweTerl draft euouKh reernlta from the rauki of the male "chooolate drop movie fiend" to partly offset thta loan. By entering a large number of men of the persitttent and ten aclouN kind in aeb event the trick . can be turned again. well be to fortified Prdvo appeara (tils year In the Weight and distance ' . events eqiectalty. Corlwtt la showing np ejeeptlonaV ly Btroug in the weights and seem assured on his present showing of piaoe IrFany meetHe hr burling record the- - discirt T above the'Trtate nark and Is credited with better tlidri 40 feet In the shot put In prar tlie Others who will be entered la thfse events are Elliott. Condon and ' t" V' Pnge. ivh-f"- . Think, too, how narrow many of our roads are, and how comparatively few paved highways there are in proportion to the steadily increasing number ' "of cars. , If the motor vehicle is to continue giving the economic 'service of which it is capable, we must, have more Con Crete highways and widen those near large centers of population. Every citizen should discuss highway neKls of .hj community with his local " authorities. v , r ! ""-- . Your Jilghway officials will do their part if given your support. Why postpone meeting this pressing "need? .1' An early start means early relief. r the javellne throw there ia Whitehead, who placed ia the state meet la Kt year, besides Condon and tix PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION Coftover, In the sprints there Is no outstand. : McCornkk Budding SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH c4 National Organization to Improre and H BLEACHERS TO - It CITIES BE BUILT ON YOUNG HELD f SAFE-- At a Dairy i m convention- - of International and Milk InsDectors held question-was-discus- : sed of raw milk, which it is possible to ;rade RE-ACTO- These- - new bleachers are to be of wood and iron construction. The irons have been furnished Provo foundry. ; i - Are you using SAFE milk; tl call 1 i fj - S- -f rM-"- 1 AT j EMIL'S 1 . CAFE i EAT 5 --4- -8 5 cop5 North of FounUio. '"XnE SPITFIRE." 1 - nbly. ' "I feci that there is no danger tn rule seem a lively sort to mix in any story or screen plot yet in thia picture, the rich old Joshua SPECIAL DINNER DADLY SHORT ORDERS OUR SPECIALTY QUICK LUNCHES AND SANDWICHES STEAK, 65c. . SPECIAL ' DELICIOUS COFFEE. -" AND SAVE MONEY - 4EAT .Car-ringt- on is such a character that he gives the theme a swing that veers into thrilling channels long before FneatorjlTwell under way. ' '". .' . What happens? Pee "The Spitfire" HT the Strand theater. Friday bai of Morray W. Garsson's big and Saturday, arid thrill after thrill production, "The fcpltflre," which will be reeled off, with pantomlc ac Is a screen. Terslon of Frederic Arn- tum enacted by such a cast as Betty : " Pronie-Oichu- c old Krumnier's Elliot popular novc 1, Blythe, Lowell Sherman, , with thei pqunlly lunitorn and "riaster Pahits.n( . Dexer, Pauline Garon, Rober WarA bnsiness, mnn may not as a wick, Burr Mclnosh and others. rmliK'w buslm'Mman forms the Tin flanh ot the modern - l' LAST NIGHT OF Fxday, April 17 Complete Zenith Radio Set Given Free : M M M M Just send it to one of these H H H H IFIXJT. SHOPS i'.'. : and Hare Repaired, Cleaned or Rebuilt Like Iffy Experience has taught us that cars always need reeanditiuolng before they can safely be afferei t tli poiitic M.. Ivcrson M ThdOng Uere--fc- ha . Our Waason check aiachlne srkntifirally finds worn parts M ot Bingham la vkltlng ia thia city M which, w replace with new anea bringing our need ear M ribs the guests of his brother, Mr. and " ' tn new ear standard; as possible, t M A. ; "Irerson, ,, Mr. H We now have og hand afrw completely rebuilt used cirs.ol M ' :JL". L .Xastee Trip Mr. nd Mr. Rob- M th following makes, ,(J 19tl Dodge Touring. ert Homer and children and Mn and Late uedel Nash Siwrt, aith Bex Enclosure. ThL car looks and aim, Bert Dcdqutst spent Easter la J 1 . .. Pror cauyon. 3 ' runs like new. 1934 Fan! Tearing Car. Mr. , Anthoa 9 1933 Light Six Studchaker Touring. Tkltinf Strebel of Salt Lake Is visiting for at 1924 Jewett Sport ModeL a few day In this city the sues of H t ". Mrs. John Dixon. L SUPERIOR MOTOR COMPANY , f . s la . Mt Plcant-yi- ss BATTLE FLEE-T-: , H : g . . VICTORS IN BIG hign rafhoola in the Alpine district. The tournament will be' hchl ia The Prora Bench boy recently defeated the boyu of tbtt Pleasant Grove high school In a moot interesting card, winning eight events; getting a draw in one and defeat t " ouly in one match , The results of theTcarJ"was as Ada mi f AVrestling. 105 pound Lincoln threw Smith of 1'lessant ' Grove. , Boxing, 105 pounds Uraw lc- tweeu Scott of Lincoln and IVcoy ofTPlcasant Grove. Wrestling, 125 pounds Willi us. of Lincoln threw West of P. U. i W seconds. 01s of fJa. Boxbig, 123 pouml cola beat Beenf of P.' U- - tvchnkal knttckout la two round. ud Holfeta of Wrestllug. IT) Lincoln threw lnjitt of P. G. ' la four minute. Boxing. won - J 15 pounds Oisen of the dc4doa over Lin-co- la Bard-m- a u of P. G. c Wrestling. 145 pounds Tanner if Lstcoln threw Pratt ot P. G. la seconds. S ntlnntes aud West ot P. . Boxing, 1 15 ptund G. wtn decisKn over Fartcy of ' '"'-, Lincoln. ' Boxing, 158 popnds Johnson of Lincoln won technical knockout over Bexzant of PI G. , Wrestling, ;158 pounds Johnson of Lincoln threw Ivcrson of P. G. Dean Tucker was referee. Iher Fecial Cold Him CQm sir - v' u inGOm wrxv i - K. A M i 1 V 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A Safe and iSSbT .. fin .. Yovea Toe Ks bears Uua atgnatMra For prompt vice for Plumbing Lumber and t . Millwork For, repairing your home, onthonses fences, ete," get your and Lumber, Shingle Work from Mill PROVO LUMBER CO. PbftB 104 rd R. - and VvU Have Your Auto .'" n Ri'iwhing done at the Mutor Co. Tires, Tubcsj and Aecessories, Gas and Oils. We nnderstand' our bus'. ness and smile at all mote. ": troubles. Phone 184. 863 Vf. Center St. Chris-tense- A Busted tn r)' Sprint For Quick Repracement American or Itr-m-y Uprings, Service Station Model-AnTear Any AHLANDER MFG. CQ7: . Car-An- y your M - . H. ' - - V. L. ANGUS aoto Expert repniring. A flat rate made on your work. and Provo Junk Co; 70 E. Seventh South, Heating Highest Prices for E.O.M0E 4C0. Pay' All Your Junk. S ; ' y We repSrs all kinds of Spiull A, C 'motors; starters, generators, and ignition systems.' Official headlight station, and call H M Phone 183. 476 H. Univ. Ave, ser- Phone 748. ' Res. 18T-S3 N. 1st W. M s ' ' BEN KRUGMAN. Prou. ,Phone 1043. Provo, Utah. M n , M s n a at HI-- a ." MOVING Service 1 PROMPT. RELIABLE REASONABLE Jf l'S remedy. . I'rice S0c' at i Painting, ami snttsfnctioiFrgarutcid. J Try s Just once. KcvaniiUiing C1TJT AUTO TOP & PAINTING CO. .". 1 y '"West Center St. Phone tHH ' 1 to worit off the cause end to fortify the system aguinsi j fta aitaca; of Grip or Infio-- i emA. at Aitta tops, Seat Covers, Side Curtains and Upholstering, The Best of Service andri r Workmanship. "1 Phone 121. S00 WI Center. , I:' "at"'. . '-- Curtains if a-- -. , S5-W- ahi L.vff v minmdfi w .- MaxfTeld Auto Top Co. . Uphoktered 'V. tniniiiri: j These are the three out-standing virtues of our A service. There are many details that make it the flawless thing our pres. ent customers find it. WE GUARANTEE SATISFYING RESULTS "We Aim to Please" d. 5 HARDY-niADSE- fl i Spcgkttri of a saatl Is half I A Send wsyouT Tops, Seat Covers When rYou T y x AVTOTOP Auto 5a - - MUSIC ANI) MTSICAL. . MERCHANDISE 8009 city hlodi guarantee on yur CLUB READY ' !i Welding. THE0. W. TICKERS' Body and Fender Work. 170 North University. Phone 175. 1f ffCatfOW The speed limit f mlh? 4 week. y Radiators and Two fighting-plane- s collided a mile la the air at Kelly Field,' San The Anronln, Texas, recently. pilots leaped, rcllwlflly forhun-dre- d of feet, opened their parachutes and floated down side by side to safety, while the two ships IIEBEK CITY. April 13. The bit the earth with thundering crashCity hasehaU dub has hecw es and burst Into flames. organixed. aad U now 'ready for practice. The county committee consists of Alliert Dickson, representing thellebcr City council ; John A. Anderson, representing the chamber f commerce; Sylvan Smith representing the American Legion ; Louis C. Jorgensen, the recreational coramUtce and J..A Watt, president of the Utah Central Baseball league, CVvactf Ivlns'ot the high school fao ulty wiU be manager of the team. - Ave. nat- HILL & JUENKE HEBERBALia . s VV. Center St. I can give yon " py. Taker311 H a er ProfeiSBor Cannon wiB have charge 1 & HOD Y SHOP - 813 S. TTnir. Phone W.-R- of tlie physkal features ef the Alpine Mimuwr ph.l again this year. He went to Aspen Grove to see If materials can yet he taken tn for the huildinc operations that ate nece rary to prepare the Alpine camtnia fw the largest enrollment in Its hbt j-- -- 4U3 - 15Q3.FirstW. -. IMMELS AUTO WHEEL" . traffic M M I . , i We repair al kinds of MusisnoeaX cal Instruments. k7Vr5Sv' All Bight Repair GLOBE MUSIC CO. Them. 57 N. Univ. Ave. Phm 441 : X Ilaye vfelted Aspea Grove Twaiay; They went all the way ta the grove ia a car. Tyrtctunied rcporttng that the county mad gang Is at Wildwood ready to jUcc the Atcn Grove road tn first' class condition foe the sum- a- WHEELS ANT) BOD IKS ' REPAIRED - -j t- Expert Workmanship. Batlsfactloa Guaranteed, ,T,-Auto Wreckage and Salvage. SAX FRAXCISCO, April furniture we The United States battle wiU tlx them fleet stearhed west into the PacifioM Just like oa bound "war" fardts for. today, Jtant THE CENTRAL SHOP, , Trailing for miles In "one of the Phone 160 W. 4th So. grandest assemblies of fighting craft tn history, the armada lengthened' EET AND lata the distanceand across the . LOCK aoriaoa before ncorea of vessels la WORK moved from had position. port ' Approximately 125 war craft of GOOD USED BICYCLES AT every description, manned by 45.000 $1150 and sailors, comprise the MEREDITH CYCLE CO. headed for an "attack" on Phone M. 115 N. Univ. Ave. lonolidu. Shore' leave ended at daybreak StOTT aad through the dawa hundreds of Painting back to their shipH. sailors hurried Decorating efadihi their lusrtlWrty for- sl)t (raining weeks or longer. " Paper Hanging The dreadaaiightfe, dpstroyexa Calctihining and other vessels . waited with 3G9 W. 2nd N. ateam np. ready for the departure. Phone 683-Admiral R 8. Bohison la in command ot the fleet. Admiral Robert R. Coontt, navy high officers, is g LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: aboard the Seattle which sailed yes- J Get your spring suit and over-s- i' navy and army coat Cleaned, pressed and re- terday nKh-othofficers, who will "umpire' the paired at maneuvers. PR0V0 TAILORING CO. Scaled orders were given Admiral g Itoblson and will be opened after S Phone 47i- - 119 N. Univ. Ave. the fleet Is at sea, detailing H Don't Forget We Clean Rugs war between the "bine" the y The armada nationrwpresenS and the "black nation, supposed to . . protect CawaiL . The islands are protected by ; acvml naval craft attached to that district, together with land fortifl-ratton- s which jsHI be brought into y S :; "' v..-- , T - Mar-ra- .r' IXT0 (CP) 11(11:; mer 1 1 -- Hi: 15. ..........0 C T. Cannon and Pr. led Leaves San Francisco to Make m War Arainst tiawaun H' H , . l)efense, ni1 Prof. tr Economy Shoe Repairing I M PACIRC FOE s piioxE POWELL. BROS. ACTQ MACHINE SHOP Phon 559. K5 H. Center. S TO 'ATTACK' . knows her own child.1! Mr. Ley said. "We have been oat In the wont storms and yet we haTe come safely to shore. That doeeut mean that we would take parties out In wnid storms, but it does mean that should a atom come .up while' we ure out on the lake we can make shore . without difficulty or danger. : 1 tix. WCTQAMWR.W UJ Ti Kati -- M ' M Dorothy M r' Stewart spout a few days of last at SAFET, SERVICE; M week ia Ut Pleasant vifiitlng with SATISFACTION ' and friends.'" '' , . rclgtirea ' : i "..dare Method af ReUnins B ; ., Brake. Factory Prices. : - i ' Frea Inspection. , Vuh lake when one m In a boat like like one nr two M laiy own owned aid operated by the men who know the lake as a ntother H N . Ue m ..I Hi -- -- r m ' ilt-vrlan-d follows: The lovers of the lake are. to have some great sport this summer. uccordfng to Mr. Lby who completed a new passenger boat last summer. He declares that there are now hoal on Utuh'ltfke that Will weather any storm and, that can make good time across the lake. t r Ills own boat, the SeaguU, was out Kaster .Sunday with a load of IX'opie who visited Pelican Point It came into Tjort In Ptoto" river with flags flying at bow and stem reminding many ot the old days when the hike was used consider- . N. UNIVERSITY. AVE. 0jU Illoek T. ............. The opponents of the Lincoln boys will be the wlnners'in the respective events of the Aruerlcaa Fork-Lev bouts. . 4 7S0-R-- 3 t Don't .Waste a Single Thing! -- Goc On BttsJue Trip p. G." on Pcteraun will lev Tharaday Salt ah extendVd business trip to Wash' pk C v- r : Saen- - ington, t ..I ....1 ....a - NOT UNSAFE For Pasteurized Products iw attls I. .........1 the American Fork. ON UTAH LAKE we urge you HILL DAIRY CO. by BOAT RIDING . CHERRY , If not, f J33 Litchfield, who made Foa, Laat Pet credlUble showing la the state ateet New Torfc 1.BU0 last year la oat agala for the quar 1.0XO ter mile alone with Page aad Con Philadelphia 10U0 inefrolt don. L0000 The halt mile ran win he well Cleveland taken, car of y fttcd Xefeoa. WavhiMstoa X ' jdoo Conorer, --Aaderaua, Pangerficld. ttikag Sellera. Hawkins and 1 - .OUQ The proapecta la the mile arent lit. Louts are rosy with anch Teteraa perfum Tnrsdaja fcVrsnlU. : ers as Hawkins and Sellers, - Thoee New At lock Washington 1. boys pussens the atamia aad endor- ance required tn the distance rrents NewTcvhS. At rbimdelpaJfr-Bont- on t. PhUa- sA' L tea actphia' inniugsjk ( be win They country running. At Ketroit Ctikagv a. Detroit 4. aided and abetted by Tregeaelc. At 8t Louia " , St Itesenberry and Johaaoa. Ia the pole vault there la a trio cea" la "Sanky" of well known IHxon. Whitehead and Biddutpb. The beat form tn the high - Sasap Chicago t IVtnnL has been dhdayed th'w for ly LJtch-fiel- d Oveland at St. Looia. A'ashingta at New York. and Amtot. Other ! trying Boston at PhiUdrUda. '. r 3- - Ktdxnn. Biddulplj. itaa-gtiou v 4. and Fred X.TIOXAL LEACl'K. The broad Jump has narrowed Won. Pet down to twopcfturniars. LttchfWM Rvwton and Whitehead." t : .1 The hurdle will hare to he taken Brooklyn LOtlO .1 care of by,.llawktna and Litchfield Chkago I. 1.000 1 unless mine "dark horse" t take ancinnaU .000 Sew York .0 their place. ' SK The squad wlU get Us first taste rabdetplda .000 of competition Friday afternoon In. mttshnrgh . meet of the St. Lonla.u the opening inter-cm- s seasonr TMproud "land" haushty Tue&dj Beanlt. . seniors hsve hurled a deQ to the rest of the Ichool which ban beea ,M Boefon Xew Tork 4, BtiMoa 8. Preparationa now At Brooklyn Philadelphia 1. duly accepted. Brooklyn 8. being made point to a ctae content, At Tit tshurgh t, Crtcago and re.The B. T. lay carnival, the fobowiag week will At Cincinnati St Louis K On-give the coaches. Simmons and 4. rianati a chance to sine good Weight, up their prospect and the nature of the opposition they will be required to face la the county meet thenthtadiyeng.t ht . ' - L. hs4. IrtlaBd (, Tneaday At Snrraaaeatw- - SPORT CARD re-acto- rs. 3 ' and Iledqatst ii 'RODUCE. SAFE MILK? The decision was decidedly egative. In every test for tuberuclosisows we find i lew So the question that must always be answered is this: "WHAT ABOUT THE' MILK FROM THESEDURING THE INTERVAL1 BE- -' 'WEEN TESTS P J Also, employees of dairies cannot ba'depended upon'itetrecojrnize and report the first symptoms of infeet&e eonditionT early enough to in sure mat tney qo not miect tne milk. And again, cm- "filbyees can fee in an infective condition for forty-eigours preceeauig ine urst symptoms xf certain acute nocuous diseases, jno possible extent of vigilance can ifeguard azainst infecting- milk in this WAV. TKia nnn- lUSion Of the Convention Wflfl Hint, nn errata Af miilr owever pure, m its raw state, can be sufficiently safe. ndihat ultimately all milk should be properly PASTEURIZED. So therefore, we conclude that "SAFE JiTILK is "HIGH GRADE, RAW MILK PROPERLY PASTEURIZED." - Tirj New i! is itueallm Grant of Katt. Lake s(eut 8unday ia thl JSUO with her mtither, lira. .429 city Ttslilng and her sister, lira. Grant PTid X3i , Georse. lUnacrt. J.:" " JBOO .......I t At Salt Lake LINCOLN BOYS A THE HIGHEST 4'IS JETS JC71 t 1 Uke . Blcnchc that wilf acconHKlate six huudmlM people will be erected on t'liiversity hill in time for the dual track meet with, Utah 'Agricultural college Friday April 24 and for tlm invitation track, meet and May carnival which will he held Saturday, AprU 25, according to President F. S. Harris of the Brig-htnYoung university. With the grand stand and the bleachers that are already on the T field, .tlinxe" new bleachers wiU seat nearly two thousand people. This arraugemont will add much to the Interest of the meets. Heretofore Lincoln high school wilt be repre-the Y fans have always had to I anniuil t n anltotvfr fkt 4am motKiu staud up to witness theTgnaTwrest- - MILK ' 1 4 4 4 ..........4 Vernon - T3 1 ..4 Srattte Purtbad I fis-r- t'l OFFICES IN f Ls Saa Franciscn Sacrament , ; t lak Aarh At Lo Aagrlc tag performers, a yet although the L Attph coachea may atin unrorer a real Vrrnun 9L "fiad" froai a groop eoaststlac of At (Mkland Saa Fn arise J. Nelaoa, Aadertna, Coiwrer, Pop, Klakland .:; Mayberry, Ellal Whttehead. Phillips tbil Month by month this problem is be . coming more and more serious. ,1v ' CfTYItEWS 7 Wo. Laa Pet inikland CIMIONSIIIP COUNTY Vr EKXEST R. R.IS.MI SOX C'wucb Glen Simmon' track and Proro ttlb field artinU at th flwd rbool are haunnnf Uioae fair tpriuf dan x prepara tlon for the coining interacaolague Almost every section of the United States is confronted by a traffic .problem. ' I UT 1X.VUG. . ' Paved' : ,iir mil i (Salt r " " EBghwayc ixiiv .1,1 a t. EAGERTORETM T1IEIR . America '::r':. TJust HkveTJoreV 1 1 jr. PR0V0IIIG1IATEETES food fnvtstmmt not an txpenst v, v a r J, AFEIL 15 102$. TRAHSFER i Office and Res. Phone 148., miniiitiiammat't rKYrS.TORE'