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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 13, 1930 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR
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I/N C. V. PARKINSON IS 2:35 Inches of Rain I TIGERS & POMPANO LaBelle Sale Goes Rain : CHAIRMAN OF ROAD

On Despite

INSTALLED AS HEAD Here On WednesdayThe I 1 BATTLE TO, 7-7 TIE BOARD SAYS MORE

heaviest rainfall of the The second auction sale held at

month occurred here shortly afternoon ON LOCAL FIELD the new LaBelle livestock market WORK SOON ON 164

ii OF LEGION TUESDAY Wednesday and the United went ahead Wednesday despite the
a crowd of 800 I _
States Sugar Corporation registered heavy rains and a

2.35 inches at their observatory.The : I In a tightly contested game played braved the showers to attend the Plans and specifications for the

I In one or"the most Interesting rain was accompanied by a on the local gridiron this afternoon sale. II construction of Road 164 south to

I American Legion meetings here in severe, electrical storm but no damage I Clewiston's Tigers and the 190 head of cattle were sold fora the Hendry county line are now-

several months on Tuesday evening, I from lightning was reported.The I football sextet from Pompano High total price of $4,522.75 and nine being completed in the office of the
heavie'5t rain recorded in 'the three score horses brought a total of $652.5(1. state road department, and Chair-

C. V. Parkinson, local merchant, Western Division by the corpora- I less School quarters battled and through both scored in the Calves sold for a top price of 6.40, man Arthur B. Hale estimates that

j was installed as commander of the tion was at, Liberty Point where final quarter for a 7-7 tie. a hundred and the highest price work on the project will begin

I Clewiston Post No. 93 for the coming 2.45 inches fell. The Tigers threatened in the paid for a horse was $125.00.The i sometime in December.

year.Other At an observation station southof I second quarter when they pushed next sale is scheduled for I Mr. Hale called on Representative
Pahokee Tuesday 2.67: inches was but ,November 8 and will be held l Elbert L. Stewart this week while
officers installed were: C. to' the Pompano two foot line
recorded and ,other rains have fallen monthly from now on. The market Ion an inspection trip through this
Pompano'sgreatest
downs.
E. Robbins, vice-commander; E. M. this week in the Eastern Division. were held threat for aside from the was opened the first of August I area and assured Mr. Stewart that

4 Cornette, adjutant; 'Louis O. Gravely That division now shows better I scoring thrust was one advance to and high water on the range landsat I the work will begin as soon as the

chaplain; G. B. Thomas, histor- than an Inch- surplus rainfall for line. the time for the September sale I department complies with the routine -
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the Tiger yard
ian;, ,S. A. Graves and J. M. Couse, the year while the Western Division Only two substitutions were made I caused a postponement until October -I regulations as to advertisingand
and receiving bids and letting con
still has a slight deficiency. 11.Local.
sergeantsatarms.The during the entire game, both of I tracts.

I retiring commander, S. A. these for Clewiston when, Brantley I The route of the road continued
, I Graves of LaBelle, called upon J. Drainage And Fire 1- went in for Slonaker at left end Kiwanians I IAtten"d from LaBelle through Felda and

i E. Beardsley to Introduce the new and J. Davis went in at center for I Immokalee to Everglades. A few
Boards Met In Miami I Davis. Clewiston was not penalized ConventionThe
i introduce W.
commander, J. M. Couse to miles on each end have been paved
''i the 'vice-commander and Louis I during the entire game and 1 I and the portion to be included in
,-- lost 25 yards from penal -
O. Gravely to introduce the new held in Mi- Pompano i this project is from the 'end of the
adjutant. The talks of introduction A joint meeting, was the Ever- I ties. state Kiwanis convention j i paving through Felda to the county -
I combined ami Wednesday between Clewiston's score came first when I held in Palm Beach on Sunday,
r were all excellent and District Board anda line, a" distance ol about 11
I with their remarks relative to the glades Drainage I Stone raced thirty-five yards across: Monday and Tuesday of this week I I miles. Mr. Hale states that the
the newly organ-
new officers a resume of the policies committee from dis- the Pompano goal line and Von was attended by several members of finest grade of slag-surfaced lime-

of the organization and the ized Fire Control Board to of soil Mach passed to Lang for the extra the local club, President A. W. }I stone paving will be used.
cuss the federal program It only a few plays later attending almost every
course which should be followed outlined by point. was Lawrence The construction of this road will
conservation which was that Johnson, Pompano's left half session. AV.. Sias and A.
during the present troubled period. .director of the work business mean much to the development of
C. Kay Davis, back raced for forty-five yards anda for the ses-
0. Ward were present around
Those attending the meeting The fire board the fertile farming area
Were: Dr. D. M. Draughn, S. C. for sought the to government.solicit the cooperation of score and ran the ball across for sions of Sunday and Monday. Felda and to sawmill workers in

Stalls, Joe Van De Velde, J. M. board in working out the conversion. Headquarter of the conventionwere that section Mr. Stewart has been
the drainage At the end of the half Pompanowas the George Washington Ho-
Couse and Prof. Oscar Smith of at conducting an active fight for the
Moore Haven; Louis O. Gravely, S. plans for to a prevent preliminary the start program of I on the Clewiston 15 yard line tel but the dinner and dance' Monday I road for several years. At 'a meetingof

A. Graves and R. N. Miller of La- designed fires.:, and the game ended with Clewistonon evening were at the ?Mayflower Ho- II the road department held in
Everglades the Pompano 35. Rain fell dur- tel., The group enjoyed also the this he
Belle; Dr. W. J. Buck, former vice- The drainage board was most cooperative Fort Lauderdale early year
commander of the Fifth District and assured R. Boe, ing the final quarter. Katherine Rawls aquacade that II pressed for the construction of a

who acted as installing officer, and chairman of the lire board and his The starting line-ups were as evening.J. I portion of the road and was successful -

Geo. Farnall of Belle Gade; W. C. committee members that they would follows: Clewiston-Slonaker, left Edwin Baker, superintendent !I in having it placed in the

Owen, G. B. Thomas E. M. Corvette do everything they could to assistIn end; Davis center; Lang, right end; of the Harry-Anna Home at Uma- I budget. While in the legislature in'

F. D. Duff, C. E. Robbins, R. A committee com- Stone, left halfback; Hooker, right tilla was elected district governor the spring, he visited the offices of*-
A. the program. halfback; Von Mach, quarterback. I G. H. Martin of I I officials and described the
M. Bishop, J. E. Beardsley, O. posed of members 'of-both boardswas \ of Kiwanis and the road
D. B. Allen, Pompano-Allis, left end; Hogan Lauderdale was elected the cattle and lumber industries -'
Jones, C. V. Parkinson, appointed 'to, confer with Governor Fort 1 I farming,
and Joseph H. Richards of 'Clewiston. 'sometime within the i I center; McLemmon, right end; new district governor for the southeastern i of that portion of the countyand

) Cone relative to the Johnson, left, halfback; Robinson, division in which Clewistonis I explained that the road was
next two weeks
re-I I Hilton, quarter-
matching right halfback'and located. St. Petersburg was cho- I badly needed.
lease of necessary
a back. The substitutions were, noted next year's convention city. During Mr. Hale's visit throughthe
sen as
funds to get the pro I
federal
Two New Residences- with above., -Bell was referee-, Ward was The Palm ,Beach convention with' 'section he, stated that the department's -
gram? underway;: umpire and Oliver head- linesman.Principal I 947 delegates was- thel ever 'engineers have"completed

Begun By RoyalThe Neither 'J.' E. Beardsley, Clewiston' I I their work on the project and that

member of the drainage board nor Explains held.Mr.. Lawrence and Mr. Ward were II the office will ,soon have the final
C. E. Miner, local fire board mem- :
accompanied by their wives and hadas plans ready. The law requires that
Royal ,Lumber Company announced ber were able to attend the meeting. dance Mon advertised 'thirty days
Detention Hall PurposeProf. their guests for the the project be
material is be- ''of the fire
that 'next 'meeting
t today} The
day evening Miss Billie Hooker and i prior to receiving of bids and let-
ing placed Tim' construction will be- board will be held in Clewiston on The contractoris
of contracts.
George Crowe. ting
gin shortly on two new fiveroomframe Wednesday, October 25 at which additional 30
residences on lot 27 and lot time report will probably be made R. W. Turk announced the usually allowed an
period days to get equipment and men .on
29 In block 161. One of the houses on the conference with Governor past week that a detention Red Cross TrainingCourse
for thirty the job.New .
had been established I
will be on the corner of San Pedro Cone.
, and Pasadena directly across the minutes each day from 3:15 to 3:45 Is Started i iJ. ,
I to take care of disciplinary measures I Pump OrderedFor
I street east from the Shelley duplex.
The other house will be two lots Sidewalk 'Finished i unexcused absences and tar- I

I further east facing on Pasadena St. diness. Harry Kenning, field representative -, I Fire Truck

The homes will be modern in For, One BlockThe The detention period will be in for the, American Red Cross in

I I every respect with a concrete pile charge of one of the teachers each Georgia, Florida, Puerto Rico and I
foundation and asbestos-cement week and will eliminate the neces- the Virgin Islands, has begun a The city commission has ordered -
I', new concrete sidewalk along teachers remaining first aid course for instructors un- a new Champion fire pump of
I shingle roofs. They will cost approximately -. between sity of several of the
'
side of the highway
south capacitywhich
the and minute
of school the auspices of the Glades 400 gallon per
$3,000 each and will be after the close der
ready for occupancy in about sixty I San Pedro' and San Benito and I for a detention period in each Hendry County Red Cross chapters.The will be installed on the

I I days. J. F. ,Tippey is the contractor. Streets has been completed the block room. course was begun last Monday Clewiston fire truck to replace the
placed on much less
being
forms are weeks which is
Prof. Turk explained to each night and will continue two I present pump
between San Benito and Atlantic I held at the Clew- efficient and somewhat worn.
being
week the of the with classes
this purpose
Structural Steel Up On Avenue today for ,the pouring of grade period, how '.to stay out. and also !! iston High School auditorium. I The new volunteer fire department -

concrete. than day Classes are being held every night is continuing practice sessions
how to get in. No less one I I
) New School Building The first concrete was poured will be given and as many more as from Monday through Friday last- and recently did some very effective

last Monday. the teacher sees fit for the particular -! Ing three hours each night from I work when called to a fire in Lake j'

I the to ten m. First aid, life- Harbor. Ralph Brown, George Crow,
I The heavier structural steel girders offense. It is hoped that per- seven p.
West' prevention are G.- C. Rosenberg, Sandy Bell, Char-
in the new school building are Florida's Wild iod will prevent much unexcused saving and accident : and J.
now in place and the, laying of I tardiness and absence and 'any pupil being studied and a class of twen les Benson, Jimmy Wilson
enrolled, nineteenof K.[ Weaver make up the personnel
brick, started, last week, may now Described By Cooper I who becomes unruly in classes may ty-six has been '
,continue according to Paul Bussey, "also be sent to the detention room them from the ranks of the U. af the department.
---' 3. Engineers' and seven from the
teacher.
contractor on the building. by any '
Smaller structural steel braces Arcadia, Oct. 12 (FNS) Florida's- Bus students will not be exempt United States Sugar Corporation.Those Catholic Pastor Will

I are yet to be placed but putting great "Wild West", well spiced from the, rules and Mr. Turk states who complete the course

these In place will not interfere I with fightin', feudin', fishing', and that there is a long enough, lunch will be qualified to teach classes Donate Loving Cup

I with the brick laying./ jooking', was given' a big play In period and recess period each daY' ind certify them in junior, standard I
/; last week's ,issue of the Saturday that nothing but a good excuse and advanced first aid. The only I _

'Evening Post.Courtney I should make pupils late ,or absent., member of the class now so qualified Rev. Father Lawrence J. Flynn,
Catholic Priest Dies
Ryley Cooper, the Mr. Turk also explained, for the is Miss Elizabeth McCloud_ pastor of St. Margaret's Catholic

author wrote a splendid descrip- \benefit of parents, that text booksare Glades county nurse. Church, announced this week that
In Saint Augustine toin of the annual rodeo, held' at all furnished by the state at no Others in the class are: C.- L. he would donate a silver loving cup

I Arcadia which should bring a lot I expense to the pupil but that, if the McClendon, W. F. Nall, B. W. Ar- to the boy on the Clewiston High

I of tenderfoot Easterners, to the pupil wilfully or through negligence vin, R. R. Hooks, J. H. Chambers, School football team who proved
II Rt. Rev. Monsignor 'James J. I L. C, Miller, W.M. all-around playerfor
I celebration this year. allows a book to be destroyed that A. R., Broadfoot, himself the best
I Nunan, D. D., Vicar General of the Bradnack, Buford Surrency, current season.
Woven through the article is the such pupil will not be promoted the
i Catholic Diocese of Saint Augustine Jesse J. Graham JackM. will be purchased by
book is Bell
story of Florida's early struggleswith nor graduated until the Sandy The cup
J died at the Cathedral Rectory last scrub cattle ticks and fever; 'paid for in full.Improvements. Lewis, Jean T. Barrow, Robert Father Flynn in the near future
Friday morning. He had celebrated T. Augur, B. C. In the school until
the introduction of hump-backed N. Smith, Geo. and will be kept
I Mass as usual, and after returning Brahma cattle; and the development I' Flaniken, Cecil H. Crews, Donald K. the end of the football season at

j to the rectory took sick and died of a new type of "western" BeginAt Plank, L. A. Wells, V. C. Woodward which time the payer adjudged the

J suddenly. Monsignor Nunan was I G. M. Ford, Boyd T. Vorhees winner will have his name inscribed
i fine the world has ever
: In Florida both by Catholics beef as as Osceola GrovesC.
well known will
known.. I and Alton Turner.Kiwanis thereon and the presentation
Protestants, having serv-'
and
I be! made by the pastor.
ed the church in various capacities! The story told by Cooper Is abouta

for over forty years. He was an. section of the state which few, J. Gonterman has begun an Club SeesInteresting
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accepted authority on the history tourists have ever seen. The nearest I extension to the ,Osceola Groves in
I Movie New York.:
i I of Florida and a recognized authority the majority of them have ever the Bare Beach area consisting'of The film showed many beautiful

! on church law and practice. come to this phase of Florida Is the the planting of 7,000 Lue Gim Gong joints of scenic interest along the

! Rev. Father Lawrence J. Flynn, splendid cattle exhibit at the Florida orange trees. This planting will Fair with
i from the
of trees to J. \V.Vilson, entomologist at the oute to and
number
bring the total
Fair
Catholic at
pastor of Saint Margaret's, State Tampa. being of the Clew-
i I state experiment station at Belle he; last pictures
services And Cooper, being Cooper, could- 28000.
::1 I Church, held public prayer local Kiwanis ston Inn. The pictures taken on
for Monsignor Nunan at the regu- n't help getting in quite a bit of I Other improvements at the placeare Glade entertained the exceptionally
lar Friday evening devotions. And good fishln1 and huntln', as, all good being made before ,the winter Club at the meeting Wednesday the fair grounds were

l on Sunday last the theme of FatherFlynn's tourists should. season and Mr. Gonterman has night with a full-length technicolor jood. by
much enjoyed
which he had made himself The picture was
I. sermon concerned itself with stated that a tract of 244 acres movie
\ the summer on a vacation 1.the group of Kiwanis members at-
past
during
would be developed -
I the life work of this illustrious Florida: Sunshineland of a happy near Port Mayaca
World's Fair in j ending.
future. trip to the
iu the near
Catholic church dignitary ._ NaUonl-Tlmei-Uulon: Amon. ,\

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THE WAR THE CHEERFUL CHERVD

fADVENTURERS' k5 .
Pictures
Europe's Propaganda Concerning new clothes or


i: Reach American Shores Again CLUB ? Trees the ,never grocery need tills bother

s or Fret. .

They just live svcK simple

HEADLINES FROM THE: LIVES I jund satisfied: lives-

OF PEOPLE LIKE .YOURSELF ,.r They ihjnk\ that we're.

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Ten Terrible Seconds" J

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HELLO, -EVERYBODY: T :
is a yarn about a couple of ropes. The yarnwellit's zo

told by Herman R. Wallin of Brooklyn, .N. Y. Hermal!

is supposed to be the adventurer and principal character in it,' : r.

.2 yzl but somehow or other the ropes managed to-take over the story., .1. -, WNU Service.Trustwor'thy .
One of those ropes chisels into this story solely on the strengthof

the fact that it-well-that it just wasn't. If we mentioned it

here, it's only to post it as A. W. .O. L. at a time when it was Fellow
needed for guard duty. The other rope comes in at the crucial Somebody has aptly said, "He

-. point in our story. Like the hero of;the old ..tentwentythirtymelodrama may have greasy hands and the
seat of his trousers be shiny,
---------- may
it shows up in the nick of time to right the.wrong the but if his children have their noses
Both Germany and the allies are beginning to send U. S. news,photo other, rope has done and prove to the world that though some pressed against the windowpanea

agencies propagandized war pictures to mold American sentiment. ropes may be low down and onery, there are good ropes as wellas half-hour before' he is due home
Above: This photo was passed by Nazi censors and purports to show bad. .... for supper, you can trust him with
German hostages murdered by Poles in Bromberg before everything you' have."
"minority :
retreat" And now that I've told you the plot of today's little drama,

let's bring in Herman Wallin-and on with the show.
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Today, Herman is a radio operator on the S. S. Birken-
FOR CHILLS
head, but this adventure happened in July, 1926, when
Herman was occupying the radio shack of the S. S. Cornelia plying be-
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tween New York and the West Indies. The Cornelia was almost at the
end of her "out" trip-just two or three hours run from the first of the AND FEVER
tropical island ports at which she was due to call.

Herman's Radio Shack Located on After Part of Boat'Deck.
And Other Malaria
It was a dark night, and Herman'was' on the lower deck,
making: his way up to the boat deck where his room was located. Misery!
And-well-before we go any farther with this yarn we'll have to
Don't the usual Malaria
tell you something about the way the S. S. Cornelia was con- suffering go! through Don t go on shiveringwith
structed. Suppose we let Herman do that himself. chills one moment and burn-

"My radio shack," Herman says, "was on the after part of the boat ing Malaria with fever is relieved the,next.by Grove'sTasteless
ra"i deck-the only quarters located on this"part 'of the ship. A few feet Chill- Tonic. Yes, this
away from my room, on either side of the'shack were davits for two medicine really works. Made espe-
Another German photo shows Nazi sympathizers greeting a unit lifeboats which had been removed. Since the members of the crew less cially quinidine for.Malaria.and iron.Contains taste- '

I of the German as it moved into a Polish town. Did the Poles Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
army actually -
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their captors so unanimously?
greet 4Yf vWdSr
} : tion in the blood. Relieves the
wracking chills and fever. Helps
as M eww eM rxNi you feel better fast.
Thousands take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic for Malaria and swear
: .Y::. r .5 by it. Pleasant to take too. Even
{
e.a children take it without a whimper.Act .
W'M fast at,first sign of Malaria.
1 Take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic.
At all drugstores. ''Buy the large
i size as it gives you much more for
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:n::: a \ your money.

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"I.v ing ashamed of frugality or pov-

SX I erty.-Livy.

w5 He went through an open space between the two boat davits-and walked

overboard. FEEL GOODHere
fee A. r :
seldom came up on this deck, and then in the daytime only, no ropes Is Amazing Relief of
icev .G had been stretched across the openings between the davits." Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels

of And there you have not only the layout of Herman's sea-going penthouse "o1iii J.1 U you think all laxativesact
ts 'r xa but also the lowdown on that rope that just wasn't there. ].'.I. _,*II-'D"- all v.p alike*tabl.just laxatlv try thin

"",:.,.=.. .. .. .q".w'd"--.. 0 That missing: rope was quite a problem. You,know they don't So mild relief thorough from sick refreshing headaches, invigorating.bilious spells.tired Dependable .
have any open lights 'on the top deck of a ship because they feeling when associated with constipation.
Chivalry stirs emotion, and is an effective weapon. Berlin made interfere with the vision of the officer on watch up on the bridge.On Without Risk 8"a 2Sc box of NR from your
Make the then
much'of the "military funeral" given French aviators shot down be- nights when there wasn't any moon, Herman used to have to Jf not delighted return druggist.the box to us.test We- win
hind the lines. Above: The Polish commander of a "suicide squad" watch his step pretty carefully. Usually he would start walking refund price. the That'purchase fair. ,
who held the Westerplatte fortress eight days, is "leaning dejectedlyon from the ladder in a straight line, counting out the number of Gd NR Tablets today.
the sword that the Germans allowed him to keep as a noble expres- steps it required to get to 'his door. But on this particular nighthe
sion of their admiration for his heroism. paused half way in his course and looked back.
Lot's wife was turned into a pillar of salt for stopping and looking As Fortune Gives
back. Herman just sort of lost his ,bearings, but that was almost as Fortune takes least from him to
bad. When he started out again he was going' the wrong way in the whom she has given least.Publius -,
dark. He was still counting steps when, all of a sudden he went Syrus.
j IF1t through an open space between two boat .davits-and walked overboard,
1' .
And Then Came the Ten Terrible Seconds.And .

then came those ten terrible seconds-the worst momentsin 1 .
: Herman's life. It felt as if time had been slowed down like
I
> 1k one of those slow-motion movies-seemed as though that dive Leaf 40 ,
from the top deck was taking a year. Herman can still count LACAKpLEAFt40'
over every one of those seconds-can still remember how the lightsof JUT 0"UCH FARWER
DASH IN FEATHERS
the lower deck went crawling past him as he fell. One of his
ON 'ROOSTSsore
sax OR SPREAD
arms grazed the rail of the lower deck as he went by, and
through his mind flashed the thought that that rail was the last
thing he could possibly have caught hold of.

Below him now were only the smooth steel plates of the ship's side, yes

straight down to the water line. Herman thought of the propellor, get worse and worse the longer
threshing the water at the ship's stern and remembered hearing that you let them go; Leonardi's
a anyone falling overboard close to the side inevitably gets sucked into Golden Eye Lotion relieves inflammation -
the vortex of the churning water and chopped to mincemeat.The and soreness in one
water was coming up at him now. He could see it gleaming; day. Cooling,healing,strengthening -
dully beneath him and he braced himself for the shock of hitting it. LEONARDI'S

Two more chivalry pictures: A Nazi guard of honor stands beforethe Then, suddenly, his left arm hit something-hit it with a sharp, stinging GOLDEN EYE LOTION STRONG
hero blow that bent it double and almost took Herman's breath away. MAKES WEAK EYES
tomb Poland's Marshal
of Pilsudski. At right: A German New Large Site with Dropper-50 cent
I guard stands at attention as Poland's flag is lowered from Westerplatteand Herman didn't know what it was, instinctively he made a 9.B.Leonard O Co.inn,Hew Rocfcalle N.T
replaced by the swastika. grab for it. He caught it-and his hand skidded several yards
along a wet, slimy surface before he realized what it was. A
WW AN rope! A missing: rope had gotten him into this spot in the first WNU-7 41-33
place. Another one-a rope that was very much presentseemedto
/ Yya. be helping him out of it.

r His Feet Were Dragging in the Water When He Stopped.
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pU.b Herman clutched at that rope until he thought his arm would come
off. "My feet were dragging in the water as I came to a stop," he
says, "and the tug of the water added to the strain on my, hands. I Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof
heard faint shouts above me. The engineroom telegraph rang and I Harmful Body Waste
could feel the side of the ship shuddering as though it had hit some obstruction waste Your matter kidneys from are the constantly blood stream.filtering But
\ in the water. Then I could see heads thrust out over the deck) kidneys sometimes lag in their rk-do
.
A\l. 7 1 / rail and several voices were calling to me to hang on. A couple of men not act impurities 89 Nature that intended, if retained-:fail,to may remove -
sitting on the lower deck had seen me flash by and had shouted to the poison the system and upset the wool

Aso sw. P. EC oo <3.Sr officer on watch to stop the ship." body Symptoms machinery.may be nagging. backache,
.. A rope ladder came over the side and a deckhand came downto getting persistent up headache,attacks swelling of,dizziness puffiness,
help Herman back aboard. "When I reached the deck," he under the eymha' feeling of nervous
says, "I was so weak with fright that I couldn't stand' up. They anxiety Other and signs loss of kidney of pep or and bladder strength.dIS-
took me to a stateroom and put me in a bunk. Outside of a order may be burning., scanty or too
of skinned hands, I good as ever in frequent urination.
iafle4r few bruises and a pair wasas There should be no doubt that prompt
a few hours, but I saw to it next day that a couple. -of lines treatment is wiser than neglect. 1aoDoan'
Doan't have been winning
Pills.
v were stretched between those empty boat davits. new friends for more than forty years.
what that other was doing hang They have a nation-wide reputation. "
wondering
And in case you're rope Are recommended by grateful people the
-- mg over the side of the ship, here's Herman with the answer. "It was country over. Ask your neighbor
what is known as the guest line," he says. "It's a heavy rope put;
also do their share.
Allies The swastika on this Nazi ship shotdown over the side near the water's edge and used to tie small boats and I
behind Polish lines was carefully retouched' so that no reader launches near the gang-way. The ship was approaching the first of our
would miss i* ironical ports and this line had been put out only a few hours before." !
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Flowered Hat Came

ASK MEA Quiz With Answers
To Do Double Duty

1" Offering Information
A' young matron found herself L ANOTHER on Various
Subjects
somewhat hustled by the number ,
and variety of 'her engagements.One I
day in particular she found
tg yI r troublesome, for she had to'go The Questions The Answers

r ;' first to a funeral service and 1. What are the following: (a) 1. (a) Various species of yucca

? s then to a garden party. Adam'sneedle, ; (b) Adam's peak; plants; (b) Mountain peak in Cey- ,
She solved the dress problem by (c) Adam's profession? lon; (c) Gardening. .
r1 wearing smart but sober clothes 2. Why is an artesian well so- 2. Because such wells'were first
; ; 2 and taking in a hat box a flow- called sunk in Artois (anc. Arte-sium),
ered hat which, during the service, 3. What do the racing clothes ,France.
/ 7' 2 :2A she placed in the vestry. .- including boots of a jockey weigh? 3.A jockey's outfit seldom. weighs
Yj Her sense' of quiet pleasure at 4. Which are the. two smallest more than 30 ounces.

this successful solution of the states,. in Europe? '4. Monaco the smallest state, is
problem was somewhat marred, 5. A gnomon is a person of no' 8 square, miles, and San Marino,
1 1I however, when the coffin was importance, a dwarf, Scottish the next smallest state, is 38 square
brought into church. For repos- chieftain or a geometrical figure? :miles.
ing in the center of the wreaths 6. To what does the song, 5. ,A geometrical figure.
I1 I- on the coffin was her flowered hat. "ComhY Through the Rye" refer? 6. A small river.BABY .

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"j Household News ,

" line. Belts for the bibless type

are rather ,wide now-two or two CHICKS
and a half inches finished. Ties

I GREEN ED are generally 4-inches wide andas CHICKS!''Assorted. heayi/S.b100d-$390
I PRINT RICK long as you like. Now, do be No culls. postpaid
daring when you come to pocketsor Send Money Lice Order Dilivery for Guarantied Prompt Shipment.
FOLD APRON MATERIAL adding a bib. Try an idea of
AND SHAPE THE ATLAS CO., 2651 Chouteau,St.Louis,MOo
WAISTLINE your own. These gay' unbleached
muslin aprons are, just sugges-
--,. tions to get started. One
you
---- Rightness
Crusty, piping hot bran muffins are family favorites.See '
IIII Recipe Below. EDITOR'S NOTE: 'The new Rightness expresses of actions,
Sewing Booklet which Mrs. Spears what straightness does of lines
;
, ; For a Special Treat dough so that cut side is on the I :BR< AND has prepared for our readers, con- and there can no more be two
outside. inside with melted
Spread
! :BLUE BANDS WITH tains thirty-two new and original kinds of right action than there
Serve Hot BreadsWas butter and fold. Let rise until doubled ,, -:-- :: ORANGE BIAS TAPE
ideas for homemakers. To get can be two kinds of straight lines.
in bulk. Then bake in a hot
one of these useful booklets, sim- Herbert"
has livedin Spencer.
Every one who ever
there ever a family that oven (400 degrees) approximately
ply address Mrs. 210 S.
Spears,
the knows the
country possi-
Biscuits 20 minutes.
Jidn't adore hot breads?
muffins bilities of unbleached muslin. The Desplainea St., Chicago, 111., with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a
that melt in your mouth, Ginger Cheese Muffins. and address and 10 centsin ,
name tonic
which has been
helping
and source of supply there is flour and women
, that are feather-light and crusty 2 cake flour coin booklet will be .of all
bread cups food sacks but even purchased by ; postpaidby ages for nearly 70 years. Adv.
I full of flavor, or a golden corn 2 teaspoons baking powder return mail.Strange.
with the tantalizing taste of bacon the yard it is an inexpensive,
% soda
I teaspoon Wisdom and Fear
sturdy material for and
delicious-all aprons
: to make it even more : % "
teaspoon ginger
\ these are special treats for a hungry many other things.If ,There is a courageous wisdom;
% teaspoon salt Facts there is also a false reptile pru-
have friends who share
i' family. you
% cup cheese (grated) dence, the result, not of caution
I I Serve hot muffins or flaky biscuits 1 egg (beaten) your enthusiasm for interesting .
I at the next church supper or the % cup milk aprons, plan and cut them in a Adam's Day but of fear.-Burke.
first fall dinner Vz cup molasses group; then trimmings may be
1\' meeting of the '% cup butter (melted) exchanged and every piecebagwill .. Slow in Anger .
guild, and watch produce something.The Spotted Aristocrats )EVERYDAY USES EVERYWHERE
Mix and sift all dry ingredients.Add .

them like snowflakeson disappear grated cheese. Blend egg, milk, diagram shown here gives The world's 250,000,000 Moslems RLINElivu
molasses, and melted butter. Pour you cutting dimensions for the
observe Friday their Sabbath PETROLEUM JELLY
a warm spring as
I this mixture slowly into the dry in- skirt part of a plain little apron because to Mohammed
day. according ,
and shows how to shape the waist-
and mix
i gredients lightly. Fill well
i \ It's easy to this was the day Adam was cre-
I Poverty Is Man'sOf
: achieve success with hot breads ifyou'll greased muffin tins approximately %, ated, the day he entered and 'was
all God's creatures
full and bake in hot man
a (425 de
I, follow just a few basic rules. oven : also expelled from Paradise, the I Ii alone is poor.-Jal1e Welsh Car-
for 12 to 15
) minutes.
A\ A tested recipe, good ingredients, grees Of Such Is Friendship i day of his repentance, the day of- lyle.Malaria.

. I accurate measurements, deft handling Skillet Corn Bread. Despite Cicero's "De Amicitia" his death and the day he will be, .
t and the proper temperature (Makes one 9-inch bread) and uncounted other resurrected. -
, for baking are the factors of suc- V/z cups general purpose flour books and papers on the sub- Chills Fever .

I cess. 1* tablespoons sugar ject, friendship remains difficultto Chameleons are "slow-motion" Ta&e rel able Olidin.Stop ch 0s end
If you've had difficulty with quick 1 teaspoon salt define. But so is electricity.Both fighters. When two enemies starta foyer,deans blood er m.lori.Famous 0
breads that are coarse textured and tablespoons baking powder possess a dynamic quality battle, many minutes, even i for SO year Mcnay-bac guerenfee -
full o(the long holes called "tun- ,1% cups yellow corn meal difficult to catch on the photographic hours, pass'between each ,thrust
nels" in all probability you've been 3 eggs (beaten) plate of words. Both are and parry. Sometimes the only PXIDINE
\ over-conscientious in mixing. Unless IVz cups milk best understood by their works.A way that one can tell a fight is in

I' otherwise specified, mix lightly and Bacon boy once stood on a hollock, progress is by the color of their
only enough to blend the ingredients.When Sift together the flour, sugar, salt unwinding from a reel a string skins, which have turned black

you're making baking powder and baking powder. Stir in the corn that stretched in an arc upward with rage. J" '

: biscuits, remember that a little _u. .., .C._d meal. Combine until it was lost in the clouds. ''. 4v'M. .
kneading goes a long way toward the eggs and "What are you doing?" some- Increasing age diminishes at-
making biscuits flaky and light.A I milk, and blend one asked. tendance at the movies to an as- VESPER TEA

simple recipe for baking pow- r with the dry in1 "Flying a kite." tonishing degree. Surveys indi-
der biscuit is the starting point fora gredients. Pour "But you can't see your kite. cate that the number who no longer -
variety of tempting breads. Make 1 into a greased, 9- How do you know it is there?" attend increases from 50 percent J50Cujs for lO Cents

"Pinwheels" by rolling out biscuit inch skillet. Ar- "By the pull of the string in I at the age of forty to 75 per 1
dough to t/-inch thickness, brushingwith c1l q9 range bacon my hand," the boy answered. cent at sixty to 98 per cent at
melted butter, and spreading slices, lattice- eighty.
II generously with grated cheese, dev- fashion, over. the *
illed ham thick top.. Bake Although about nine thousand
or j jam. Roll up : in a
I the dough as for jelly-roll, cut in moderately hot oven (375 degrees) Thrift of Time members of Britain's aristocracyand FILMSDevelopedPrinted

slices, and bake in a hot oven (425 for 50 to 60 minutes. If necessary, Believe me when I tell you that sporting world are admittedto
degrees). the bread may be placed in the thrift of time will repay you in the Royal Enclosure at Ascot,
Quick Butterscotch Rolls are broiler for a few minutes to brown after-life with a usury of profit England,. at each meeting, thou-
) made in the same fashion. the bacon. beyond your most sanguine sands are excluded' because they 6.VI Ep .uie*

Old-fashioned Nut and Raisin Bread. Molasses All-Bran Muffins. dreams; and that waste of it will are in bankruptcy, involved in a

2 tablespoons butter (Makes 1 dozen muffins) make you dwindle alike in intel- divorce, owe too much moneyto
f 2 2 bran lectual and moral stature, be- a bookmaker or have not been
tablespoons granulated sugar cups
2 cups bread flour Vz cup molasses yond your darkest reckoning.W.E. presented at a royal court.-Col- DIXIE FILM SERVICE
P.O.Box 4385-A Atlanta,Go.
iVz Gladstone. lier's. I
2 teaspoons baking powder cups milk
% teaspoon salt 1 egg' (beaten)
% cup milkY 1 cup flour

I cup seedless raisins Jteaspoon salt
i % cup nutmeats (broken) 1 teaspoon soda MORE PLEASURE PER PUFF-MORE PUFFS PER PACK!
Cream butter and add sugar. Mix Add bran to molasses and milk and
1IIII and sift all ingredients and add 1 allow to soak for 15 minutes. Beat
J alternately with I egg and add ,to first mixture. Sift By burning 25% slower than the average of the 15 other of the largest* "

the milk. Mix flour, salt and soda together and selling brands tested-slower than any of them-CAMELS give
lightly and fold combine with bran mixture. Fill
in the raisins and 't' greased muffin pans two-thirds full a smoking plus equal to
'
) r
nuts. Place bat- 4e. and bake in moderately hot oven

I ter in a well- (400 degrees) about 20 minutes.

greased loaf pan, i
-- % ,
let stand 20 min- It2M
Is it hard to get children (and -
utes, and then bake in a moderateoven grown folk, too) ,out of bed in
(350 degrees) for approximately time to breakfast with the rest of F :
one hour.Refrigerator. the family? Eleanor Howe will '

Parkerhouse Rolls. give you, in this column next

(Makes 3 dozen Parkerhouse rolls) week, suggestions for unusual
2 cups boiling water breakfast dishes which will help

%cup and 1 teaspoon sugar you overcome that problem.This .
1 tablespoon salt
I 3 tablespoons butter Practical Book. '

\ 3 tablespoons lard In her new cook book, "Better
f 2 cakes compressed yeast "
Baking, Eleanor Howe gives you
\\ V4 cup lukewarm water her secrets for making delicious hot

2 eggs breads, cakes, cookies and pies.
\ i \
I 8 cups flour You'll find here over 125 recipe sug- ; I

Mix together boiling water, % cup gestions, too-recipes for "Funny : ; : 3kr
\ sugar, salt, butter and lard. Cool Cake," "Jelly Tuck-A-Ways," "Lem
I slightly. Dissolve yeast and 1 teaspoon on Sunny Silver Pie," and countless
I sugar in the lukewarm water others just as interesting and \ t / ,
un- .
,
and add. Add and f :
eggs one-half of usual.
I the flour; beat thoroughly. Then Send 10 cents in coin to "Better
' add remaining flour. Mix well. "
Place
Baking, care of Eleanor Howe, 919
in refrigerator. When ready to use North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, LONG-BURNING
'If roll dough aboutinch thick and Illinois, and CAMELS
get your copy of this
I I r I cut in circles. Then cut each circle grand book now. PENNY FOR PENNY YOUR COSTLIER TOBACCOS
: almost in two. Turn circle of BEST CIGARETTE BUY
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THE CLEAVJBl'Ofr NEW3 1'ttlbAZ OCTOBER 18, 1080x

FAGE FOtm ,
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a dark lantern and a Jimmy to glorious beaches, our numerous J J
ed
I
The Clewiston News I I If we'd but look around.So .............'...I'M'. ....1'00'.................................................1"M'. .........-.....! \I break through the mob. tourist attractions and consider a -.

During the afternoon the press trip to Florida as very much worth-
let us not be quick to say I
Friday In Clewlsto. I There's nothing much to see; Too Late To Classify I I gang was taken on a tour of the while at any time.
Published every then turned loose to ,
and
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEW, For all around us, Everywhere grounds They certainly treated me mighty

Ina God looks at you and me. By RUSSELL KAY' 1\enjoy themselves in the midway fine, and you can bet that the Geor-
where they took full advantage of
Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn. * * ***************** !I gia folks I contact in Florida are
**
Editor .J********************::******************** their passes to all the shows and
BOAVUKJV,
KEATIILEV 1 rides. An excellent grandstand shoV. going to get all the attention I can

MISSIONARY SOCIETY OBSERVES Now l' can resist a lot of things, was provided, supplemented with a give 'em, for I believe in bein'

Entered as second class mall Office matte in: ANNIVERSARY OF FOUNDING but an Invitation to attend "Press brilliant fireworks display at night. neighborly and I like to return fa-
1927! at the Post t '
February 1.
CJewlston, Florida under the Act ..:' Day" at the Southeastern Fair in \ Highlight of the evening was a 1 I vors.

March. 1897.Subscrlptlon. first anniversary of the ,Atlanta last week ,was more temptation -I dance_ with Gene Krupa und his I So come on down, "Crackers"and

founding The of the local Womans Mis- than I could: stand, so I quit \boys furnishing the music. :You've I you'll find a great big "WEL-

Kate $2.00 Per Year. Society was observed at the everything and hopped aboard' one heard him on the radio of course, COME" for you on Florida's dot'r-

sionary afternoon I of Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker's East I ought to see that guy mat.
Tuesday but just
Advertising Rates On Application. First Baptist Church the you
be met at
with a large number of Clew-' I ern ,Air Liners, to in 'action. I've seen a lot of drum-

I iston and LaBelle members in attendance I ,Atlanta airport by "Red" Edgerton I mers In my time, but Krupa. takes I SCOUT EXECUTIVES TO VISIT: 4
and welfare Union.
to the advancement of the Western Newspaper
Devoted
I
Count; f, a couple of drumsticks and goes as I
Hendry
of Clewiston and conductedthe These Georgia newspaper folks cuckoo as a clock, worryln the life [ J. A. Gaskin, Sunniland Council
Rev. H. G. McLeroy I found of the Scouts of
and executive Boy
bunch
services installingthe are a mighty fine of a dozen drums and a score '
Today is Friday, 13th. We hop impressive of the Society. that they take their fair going seriously lout of cymbals and other doodads, "until America has notified ScoutmasterG.

the paper gets out. ,new include officers Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, I ,, for, believe It or not, nearlysix I everybody in the place is as jittery M. Ford that he will be here
These members of the "Fourth wind- Monday to transact business con-
M. Cornette, Mrs. hundred as a bowl of Jello in a
president, Mrs. E. Estate"-editors, publishers and It swell wind-up for nected with the local troop.
E. Wenzloff, I storm. was a .
G.
arrived safely Herring, Mrs.
Iroquois B. E.
The liner families turned
-
their staffs and and glorious day. -- ----
Nelson, a grand
sign of: Mrs. C. : u. i
in New York and without a vice presidents I
.
the event.I've I
and Mrs. L. C. Miller, out for Thanks to Mike and "Red", 1
aboard. PLUMBING
bomb treasurer FOR MODERN
a I
secretary. Mrs. Arch Hodges, Girls attended a lot of newspaper was able to get in some nice plugs

counselor, Mrs. H. G. Mc- parties and a lot of fairs, but I9on't for Florida in the press and over See
Auxiliary ,
,Abnormal weather conditions ar"! Intermediate Girls Counselor, believe I ever encounteredmore the radio, and I want to tell you I' W. n. McCOLLUM a

reported in the Caribbean Sea. W Mrs.Leroy Herman Davis, Sunbeam coun- I downright, hospitality or had i that we are going to get plenty of Plumbing and Heating

knew that hot air tirade in Europe selor and Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Royal a better time. Mike Benton, presi- 'Georgia money down here this winter f a I Schult Apartment

would cause trouble but hardly expected Ambassadors counselor. I lent of the Southeastern Fair, sure' for these, Georgia folks like Flor- I Clcwlnton, Florida

it to come this close. Mrs. Broadfoot announced the appointment I knows how to play host and with ida and just about all that '''I met II ,
+the aid of "Red" F.dl"prton., who down
of' committee chairmanfor -- -- ---- were making plans to come
held acted as Major Domo, they gave the
Another livestock sale was the year. here this winter. I J.M.COUSEt
Wednesday and the size newspaper boys and girls a day long think it would bea I
in LaBelle of the meeting, delightful Personally, I ,, t
close
materially smaller At the to be remembered. for Florida to put a and Attorney at Law
of the crowd was refreshments in the colorsof smart thing

than the one which attended the purple and white, These Georgia folks go in for state exhibit at the Southeastern I Hopkins Building
society
opening sale. But, of course, there the served. These consisted of hogs, cattle and poultry in a big Fair, for all these people who attend Wednesdays and Saturdays

was no barbecue. were and white, individual way and the exhibits of cattle and the show are prospects and an 0:30 to 4:00
purple
I ice cream cakes in with the, letteringW. birds were some of the finest I attractive exhibit would aid in ai i

The Tigers lost, the first gameof and large birth- have ever seen. If you hold the bringing many additional thousandsto
a
each
the football season at Moore Haven M. S. on bearing one candle and crazy idea that all they raise, in our state. not only in the winter

last Friday but are playing today day cake 1938-39 on it in Georgia are razor-back" hogs and but throughout the year, and suchan
Fish Camp
on their home gridiron and are with the years colors.Attending woods cows, you should have seen exhibit should pay for itself Johnson's

pointing for a victory over Pom- appropriate the marvelous hog and cattle'dis-i times over.
from La- many (Near Hurricane Gate)
meeting
the at the Southeastern Fair.
pano. Mrs. C.C. Cook, Mrs. played The press of Georgia is mighty 1 Clewiston, Fla.:
Belle were 'I Arriving! at the Fair Grounds, friendly to Florida as well, and
and Britain have rejected AnntLuckey., Mrs. C. L. Yeomans, like a long Boats and Mot.,'s-Guide Service
France Graves, each editor was greeted most of the papers go out of their
the next E. F. Day, Mrs. S. A. Rates Reasonable
and Mrs. and
Hitler's peace threats Har- lost brother by fair officials way to say nice things about us
move is up to "der fuehrer". We're Mrs. J. H. Booth, Mrs. ,Robert C. members of the local press committee whenever the opportunity presents W. II. Johnson, Mgr.

glad that activities over there calm- ris, Mrs. E. P. Booth, Mrs.Wilkinson E. I and decorated with a badge itself. They like, our climate, our

ed down through the World Series Vatman', Mrs. Frank B. .that was good for admission to \

and hope that they'll put off any Mrs. J. D. Baigrie, Mrs. A. anything and everything on the

concerted action now until after the' Hunt f Mrs. F. D. Wooten, Mrs., A. I grounds. .At noon ,the gang was

football season. M. Glisson, Mrs. W. ,F. Turner, Mrs. ,.taken to the club ,house for a bangup
Pearl Evans, Mrs. A. C. Burke, Mrs.
1 barbecue-and do these Georgia I BOWLING
For the sake of an argument and A. J. Chancey, Mrs. Ralph Hendry, 1 boys know how to barbecue? They

without looking up statistics we Mrs. J. H. Hightower. Included 1 had enough pork, beef and chicken ,

recently' said that the south produced Clewiston members attending the table to feed an army, whilea
on
better football teams than the the new officers and M Mrs.Allen\V.I, : string band entertained with the A and B ,Bowling Alley

north. Results so far this season, R. Broaderick, Mrs. A. !kind of music that gets into your

climaxed with Florida's win over Mrs. W. G. Dyess, Mrs. C. W. Sim- and starts 'em tappin' and
feet till
2:00 -
E. Hours
H. m.
H. L. Davis Mrs. p.
makes
Boston College Thursday, us mons, Mrs. wigglin'. .
than we Mrs. R. J. Blount, 'Mrs. M. from 2 to 5 for first two Mondays
appear even nearer right Walker, The fair was one of the most Ladies. Free on Monday

thought at the time. A. Thomas, Mrs. J. H. Pressley successful jn the history f !: oj[ the or TENPINSTry
.' Etherton,. Mrs.; V.. C. : ..,, DUCKPINS AND
Mrs. Glen ganization. Where: all the peopleame

CLEWISTONSome Woodward Mrs. Gratton George : from I don't know, but theyure the Nation's Favorite Pastime
A.W..
Mrs. J< J. Graham, Mrs. in droves. At times the
Mrs. ? came 1 SIm' :
Mrs. H. R. Leonard,
Dodge, grounds were so packed a guy need-

say it's just a little town Floyd Hanna, Mrs. R. R. Hooks Mc-, ....,...,....-

With nothing much to see; Mrs. W. A. Byrd Miss Pauline .. ... ......
.
Which goes to prove how very Millan, Mrs.,, Harry Minnier, Mrs. ':":":":":"r--'r: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ; ; ; ; : ; : : : : : : : : ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; .;."..:."..:"'..;."..;"..;:"...:".;..".::."..;.".:."..;.'...:."..;.".::.".::.".::.".::.".::.'..::.".::..;:..::..::..::..;:. ),

wrong Sam Young, Mrs. C. R. Krueger, :.....::............. ......:-...... ..... . .. . . . . ; .?,?..
E.
We mortals oft can be. Irs. Jimmy, Wilson, Mrs. C. A
D. B. 1 yyXX
Nall, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. (

If measured by its boundary lines Allen, Mrs. I. S. Bell, Mrs. E. E. : ;

I'll grant this town is small; Kelly, Mrs. Alex McGowan, Mrs. M. :::.

But don't' forget that boundary lines C. Vowell, Mrs. M. C. Doke, Mrs. :::_: ENJOY AN .s.':'
. s :
,And buildings are not all. W. W. Perry, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, .'i".':.' ", ::
Mrs. A. D. Dixon, \ !
Mrs. Clyde Baker ;

To the size of angauge y town and Miss Mae Lily Stone. I :ii::: ; : .,: ALL ELECTRIC I .

We measure by its heart : : ) ; : .
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A ,heart of which each one of us ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC ; i': : '
;'
Should form a vital part CHURCH : : :

Rev. Lawrence T. Flynn, i'astorMass :. : ,, ,, ,. HOME :
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And such a town I've found right : : ,
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Sunday morning at : ::
each
,
here, ,t
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the last Sunday -
With| people real and fine, 8 o'clock, excepting time H .s..!. AI" ,
the
of the month when
A town that's large and grand because -
10:30. .y..
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It has no boundary line. ,Confessions are 'heard every Saturday :;: : Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ;_;;
8:30
evening from 7:30 until of the :!::!:

No boundary line nor buildings tall, and before all the Masses.Weekday .. :!::3: takes care of both the work and the pleasures
Mass every morning at efficiently :i::::
No spacious mansions here; ; home and one that will do everything quickly,
t
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Btrt homes, thank God, and family 8::00 o'clock. :_
I honor of Our Lady .s"s. II );:;:
life, Devotions in :: and economlca y.
most dear. or Perpetual Help are conducted ** :
And friends we hold
Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, for- y. slices of toast or *:;:

lowed by Benediction of the Most ::::;: One penny will toast 26 crunchy ,
to state
To those who are so quick ::::_:
light operate
There's nothing must to see Blessed Sacrament. give two hours of safe reading or
Class fi Instruction :
In this our town, I'd like to sayI Religious day-and-ELECTRICITY is *::
Saturday, morning at nine radio for most of a
just don't quite agree. children ::: your :::
here in Clewiston; and after Sund? the more of it that you use. :

We the trees with arms upraised lass in Pahokec. :;:::: one thing that gets cheaper ::::i:
see
schedule of Pahokee Is: .!..;. .!,,:.

We Adoringly see God's to God glory; manifestIn 0:30 The Mass every Sunday, excepting the .i"s'! That is why It is so easy to have and enjoy a home I::::;:
::::
every flower's nod.We last Sunday of the: month, when ; : :s::;:
Mass Is at eight o'clock. The pub. :::: that is all electric and mqdern. .t...s.yy .

of religious belles ,, '..
see devotion written on lie, regardless .s.
in this churc:..
welcome
mother's face always
The loving' ; yy 1.s.
We see the father's furrowed brow yy '...s.n .
life's FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .yy....
Move onward in race. ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANTUSE i

Friendly Church"Rev. .
"The
We see the houses toil has built, .s...
iH., G. McLeroy, pastor. t .s..s.
which love has made .
The homes ; '
:'
Ventura and Central Avenue .:. ;
We see resolve to conquer odds Corner .. IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. ::::
Services Every Sunday: :!::: .*..*.
On faces not afraid.
Sunday School at 9 : 45. a. m. n. .:..:. ff.s" ...

Supt. t.;. '.S..S.
Herring .
We see brave: hearts that fight
alone, Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sermon .... .s..s.

And tell not you or me; by the pastor.B. H. .s..s.
Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m. Arch., .s..s.
They mix the bitter with the sweet, 11i' H. AIV .S..*.
Pwt smiles where tears would be. Hodges, director. .
Evening preaching at 8 p. m. Se:''-

And so if we lift the veil mon by the pastor. 11 11y

From off our worldly eyes, Midweek service every Wedntv :111 Power and light a Co.
And fleeting pleasures cast aside, day, evening at 8 p. m. : _: Glades
4th Tuesday
We'd soon be very wise."re'd \\. M. S. each 2nd and
at 3:30 at the church, Mrs. A y A

..s..s.y ...
see things which before we R.. Broadfoot, president.The
public is cordially invited tl 1 '" *
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this our own home town; attend all services. .:.... r NT1 NS. .J)

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.- J Mr. and Mrs. Judson Francis and (Alston linen handkerchiefs as cut I cream. t I (1I IVT. A. TO MEET

baby, Mary Catherine, of Canal prize. The party appointments, carried
Point the week end here. served frozen saTadwith i- out a color sch md" of"VelloX.:'and The Parent-Teacher Associationwill
spent Mrs. Perry a *.
J I meet in the school auditorium ,
Personals On Sunday afternoon the baby was iced tea to Mrs. Alston, Mrs. green.
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christened in services at St. Mar- Keathley Bowden, Mrs. H. II. Hall, Guests included Corinne and at' 3:30 Tuesday afternoon, October
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garet's Church by Father' LawrenceJ. Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. L. C. I Eleanor Von :Mach, Harriet and 17.

Flynn. Miller, Mrs. E. W. McLendon, Mrs.I. Carol Jay Alston, Anne Elizabeth Mrs. J. H. Doty, President. I

I visitor in M., Pafford, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Prewitt, Claire Jones, Rachel Miner, I
Mrs. D. E. Royer was a
I Arcadia Tuesday. 'Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson have Mrs R. N. Smith, Mrs W. F. Simpson -I Emma Jane Ezelle. Subscription $2.00 Per Year "

moved into their new home on and Mrs. G. B. Thomas.

r Mrs. Don McLean of Ft. Myers i is Crescent drive near the Schiffli and AFTERNOON BRIDGE CLUB ; ,:-..;.-.;..-;..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:...:.,:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,CI.*I**>*X J*>
i visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlton. Shelley homes. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. I I s. : n x
Lovvorn purchased the Wilson homeon MEETS WITH MRS. CARLTON I :.:.. I X
Pasadena avenue and are moving I **
Mrs. Carl Berner was a visitor in this week The afternoon bridge club met

in Fort Myers Friday. this week at the home of Mrs. A. C. Quality Avocadoes 1|

Carlton. Mrs. V. C. Woodward won .... '
Mrs. J. L., Whitaker is recuperating .:. ; :
; Dave Alston made a business tripto high prize and received a'dress ,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.L. '
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Tampa this week. A. O'Steen in Buckingham, following length, and Mrs. R. J. Lee received ::_: TRf\PP1\ND\i\'f\LDIN 1
appendectomy which was a waste basket as low prize. A dress .
an
r; Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias were, performed last Thursday in the Lee length ,was given as guest prize to '
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Varieties |
: visitors Saturday in Punta Gorda. Memorial Hospital. She was movedto Mrs. A. C. McLean of Fort Myers.At I

her parents' home this week and i the conclusion of the games Iy x.s.
Connie Clark of Tampa, spent
ii' is reported progressing nicely. I ice cream and cakes were served to
the week-end at his home here.
Mrs. Woodward, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. I
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Mr. and Mrs.-D. E. Roberts and Anne Prewitt, seven ,year old Glen Etherton, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, :: Available Packed for Shipment or ',in *
daughter of Mr., and Mrs. M. M. I Mrs. John Elmore, Mrs. R. M. Hare I' .' :::
Elizabeth Roberts moved Sat- :: .
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Mary : Prewitt, sustained a broken left I Jr., Mrs. Harry Knight and Mrs. '" v "
urday to Pahokee to reside. wrist in a fall while playing on the A. C. McLean. :!: :.); ': :', : Lugs for Home use., '. *;

I lawn at her home Monday afternoon ,- '..: :f' :: .
ti Mr. and Mrs. W. Wheeles spent l .;'
The injured member was PATSY MEREDITH CELEBRATES :
, the week-end in Fort Myers with .
) treated at the local hospital and I HER SIXTH BIRTHDAY :=: :
Mrs. James M. Boyd. I
Mr. and
Anne has returned to school. :;: Phone Orders 66 =:

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrenceand Patsy :Meredith celebrated her y ?
A. W. Sias were visitors in MRS. \\ W. -PERKY HOSTESSAT II sixth birthday Saturday with an :
evening. BRIDGE WEDNESDAYMrs. afternoon tea party to which a :
West Palm Beach Sunday The Farm
number of her little girl friends 1 Beardsley |

Miss Esther McCall of Fort Myerswas W. W. Perry was hostessat were invited. All wore long party yy
at her home Wed- y
bridge party
a business visitor in Clewiston a frocks and made a pretty'' picture y
nesday afternoon. Mrs. G. B.. Thomas -
Tuesday. the hostess' mother served dainty ,
as
box 'of Old Spice bath
won a '
powder as high score and Mrs. Dave I I refreshments of lea] cake and ice ,, ,, ,, 'r ..:--:--:--
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were
visitors Thursday in Wrest Palm - - -- ---
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Beach. >


A. H. Andrews and Theodore s' Ca
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Naeselius of Estero were visitorsin '
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Clewiston Sunday. S V :
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Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg

e spent the weekend in West Palm : \\Cv\.f\ .

I Beach.
5

i. Mrs. F. Deane-Duff visited her O": &' .

", mother, Mrs. F. E. Bryant in Palm
a
Beach Tuesday.Mrs. .


F. A. Flanders' Phyllis Flan-
ders and Mary Jo Belt of Moore / N-. ;} ;; s rnstpe ver prdotCt
visitors here Saturday es t r care i aona
Haven
were
{; &>: rar;, {ormtrig bvilaer atoe s

Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Mrs. J. .y.v.. ; : ;;'? aatly P ,s %eadin9 uO '1 t 0C
in West ;. ,.; r t nat' n ato3t 4 flr earl
W. Ezelle were visitors ;; }: }: b sea Y
; >;., vim' he f tag b s e
\ Palm Beach Friday. ,'" ,i. et stn


f returned Monday ..., us
E. E. Kelly I yY { }lr.: '' V
.1 from a business trip in Jackson. 4 *. .sW't ,

ville. f .' ,, .. .._-: ,. ..' :y S(.('CM77 r/t rr.r. .p' :f2tK

Mrs. C. Nelson and Mrs. ,O. ''C.

Landon ,were visitors Friday. in II
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West 'Palm Beach.
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Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence are

spending a two weeks' vacation vis- I '

iting relatives in Glenvillo Ga.
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Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Zander of

Okeechobee spent Sunday here with ., '

their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. 1 1f
Wallace Arc '. .5 t, % 4 } i er: rf x o J?
and Mrs. }
t2 'R 9r.
{ r/ r / :!i: friy rJ/r : ;
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Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and -SSSSL'T

sons, Gene and Bub, were in Marco

, Saturday visiting Mr. Mills' mother ;
j.
\ who has been ill. I


Mrs. J. E. Lovvorn 'of
bee 'visited Mr. and Mrs. C.Okeecho-I -

"vorn and Mr. and Mrs. Keathley .

Bowden Sunday.


Mrs. Larry Knapp of Chicago,

I who is spending some time with >. '

friends in West Palm Beach, was a i '
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week-end visitor in Clewiston.Mr. : '. .i. ( :.\ .
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and Mrs. B. H. Cuttino and .:t. I' : :]' :

Mrs. W. M, :
baby daughter and : I : {
Bradnack were visitors Saturday .:,:_::'

. in Fort Myers. .
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Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Miss ''Billie Look at the greatly increased size Tune into gear with Chevrolet's New Only Chevrolet gives such
Hooker and Mrs. Viola Stone were
?hopping in West Palm Beach Friday and luxury of this car with new Exclusive Vacuum-Power Shift. high quality at such low cost. '"

I Prices Low Open"RoyalClipper" '
; Low '.
longer wheelbase and stunning new Test its matchless combination of

and I ating Costs Low Upkeep. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Knight ,
i acceleration smoothness and
I styling. ...And then power, ,
children have moved into the new
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home recently completed by Mrs. E. I you will know it's the streamlined economy.. .And then you will know No other motor car can ..
A. Schult on Pasadena Avenue. :
beauty leader of the low-price field it's the best-driving, best-riding match its all-round value .'

Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendleton, of and the biggest value money can buy and best-performing low-priced car!
Fort Myers, are occupying the Com-
munity Church manse during the

month of October, while Rev. Pen-
dleton is filling the church pulpit. NEW "ROYAL CLIPPER" STYLING BIGGER INSIDE AND OUTSIDE NEW FULL-VISION BODIES BY FISHER
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( t\4"':: NEW EXCLUSIVE VACUUM-POWER SHIFT "THE RIDE ROYAL"-ChevroIefs Perfected Knee-Action Riding i j
Don Young left Wednesday for (%) 1\ \ TRANSMISSION'C&evroef
Kansas City, where he has accepted ti\.r\ I: System SUPER-SILENT VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE ALL-SILENT SYNCRO-MESH

;' a position as maintenance superintendent I { has more than 175 important modern feature *o Special De Line aad Master EteLurc Series
\ I of the Indian Hills Country

; Club.

i' -- All Chevrolets Are Shipped To Florida
l Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg
of Buffalo N. Y., are spending a
t: month's vacation with their sons, Not 'Driven-So "They Come' To You Genuinely NEW"V ,

L. C. Rosenberg here and Harold ,

Rosenberg in Canal Point.
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completed a course of study '
l :e r at a business school in Orlando,
has returned to Clewiston and is :
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CHAPTER IX-Continued Edith was sympathetic and inter- He hunted up new clothes and hung Edith had told Mrs. Follette frankly eral hours before* brushing. off.

-14- ested. She invited the two boys to them on the shaking figure-an over- that she wished Adelaide had not

The babies, arriving presently in" her home, where there was a music coat and a soft hat. It seemed a been asked. Distributing Bluing When

a rollicking state of excitement over room with a magical floor. Some- charitable thing to clothe him with "But she fished for it. She always making blue-water, try adding a

the advent of Auntie Jane, showed times the three of them were alone, warmth. In due time someone stole does. She flatters Uncle Fred and little common salt. This helps to

themselves delightful and adoring. and sometimes Towne came in and the overcoat, and Evans found the he falls for it." distribute the color evenly and

Laramoreand poor thing stripped. It gave him a Baldy prevents the clothes from looking
"Junior said Jane "are you danced too, and Adelaide brought Evans and Mrs.
EloiseHarper. sense of shock to find two crossed Follette over in his flivver. They streaked and patchy.Decorative .
glad I'm here?
Towne danced extremely well. In sticks where once had been the semblance found Mrs. Laramore and Frederick

"Did you bring me anything" spite of his avoirdupois he was lighton of a man. But he tried again.: already in the drawing room. Edith Initials
"Something-wonderfuJ- This time with an old bathrobe anda
his feet. He exercised constantly. had not come' down.

"What? He felt that if he lost his waist disreputable cap.ult' will keep "She is always late," Frederick Lend
and produced Personality
She opened her bag, until old "
you warm spring, chap-
complained "and she
"May I line all would be over. He could never apolo-
Towne's box of sweets.
The scarecrow and his sartorial "
not, however, always control his ap gizes. _. i
him chocolate Judy? .,
give a became u.
taste petite. Hence the sugar in his tea, changes a matter of much Baldy: silken and slim, in his .J
"One little and just a
one and other indulgences. discussion among the Negroes. Since page's scarlet, stood in the hall and i
for baby. Jane, where did youget visits
Evans' were nocturnal, the watched Edith descend the stairs. /Y / n
that gorgeous box?" Baldy wrote to Jane of their after- whole thing had an effect of mystery She seemed to emerge from the

"Frederick Towne. noon frivols. until the bathrobe proclaimedits shadows of the balcony likea

"Really? My dear, your letters' "You should see us! Eloise Harper owner. "Mist' Evans done woh'dat shaft of light.. upper She was all in silvery -

have tremendously interesting. dancing with Evans, and _old e'vy day," old Mary told Mrs. green, her close-clinging robe

Haven't they, Bob?" Towne and his Adelaide! And Edith Follette. "Whuffor he dress up dat with
girdled pearls, her hair banded
Her husband nodded. He was sit- and II! We're a pretty pair, if I do ol sca'crow in de fiel'?" with mistletoe. J ///l iJ 41/i; ;

ting by the bedside holding her" say it. We miss you, and always "What scarecrow?" '. For a moment he stood ,admiringher

hand. "Towne's a pretty big man. wish you were with us. Sometimesit Old Mary explained, and that then: "You shouldn't have

The nurse came in then, and Jane seems almost heartless to do night Mrs. Follette said to her son, worn it," he said.

went with Bob and the babies to the things that you can't share. But it's 'The darkies are getting supersti- "The mistletoe "
?
not?
Why
diningroom.After lot for Evans. Queer thing, "
doing a tions. Did you really do it?
"You will
kiss
dinner, Junior went to sleepin the poor old chap goes at it as if His somber eyes were lighted fora tempt all men to

Jane's arms, having been regaledon his life depended upon it. moment. "It's just a whim of you."Men "
resist
a rapturous diet of "The Three "We are invited to dine with the mine, Mumsie. I had a sort of fellow must temptation.
Bears" and "The Little Red Hen." Townes on Christmas Eve. Some feeling-" His tone was light, but her heart
missed a beat. There was something -
"They're such beauties, Judy, "How queer!"

said Jane, as she ,went back to her "Not as as might about this boy so utterly en-
queer you
gaging. He had set her '"
on a pede-
sister. "But they don't look like any think.; He went back to his book.
stal, and he worshiped her. When
the Barnes.
of No one but Jane should know the
"No, they're like Bob, with their truth. she said that she was not worth

white skins and fair hair. I wantedone 1 worshiping, he told her, "You don't
b And so he played the game. Work- "
I ar know-
of them to have our coloring. Do Ill fi ing in his office, dancing with Edith
know how particularly lovely ( She was unusually silent during
you and Baldy, chumming with the
dinner. With Evans side of
on one
getting to be, Janey?
you are boys dressing the It
up scarecrow.
I'm not." her and Baldy on the other she had
"Judy, seemed sometimes a desperate
little need to exert herself. Baldywas
"Yes are. And none of us
you r game-there were hours in which he
thought it. And so Mr. Towne wantsto wrestled with doubts. Could he ever always adequate to any conver-
sational tax, and Evans, in spite'oflis
marry you? get back? Could he? There were :
monk's habit, was not, austere.
do know?
"How
you times when it seemed he could not.
is in dear and in He was, rather, like some attractive -
"It
your eyes, There were nights when he did not
cock of head. You and young friar drawn back for the
the your sleep. Hours that he spent on his
moment to the world.
Baldy always look that way when knees. .
He showed himself a genial tellerof
something thrilling happens to
you. So the December days sped, and Pattern 2274.
tales-and capped each of Fred
You can't fool me.
it was just a week before Christmasthat
"Well I'm not in love with him. erick's with one of his own. His
Evans read the following in These decorative initials are "
So that's that, Judy." mother was proud of him., She felt button- '
I his little book. "Dined with the equally effective in satin, :
"But-it's a great opportunity, 'Prestons. Told father's ham story. that; life was taking on new aspects hole, seed stitch or cutwork. Pat-
", -this with the Townes-
friendship
isn't it, Jane? -Great hit. Potomac frozen over. tern 2274 contains a transfer

"I suppose it is," slowly, "but I 1 I Skated in the moonlight with Flor- her son's increasing strength and pattern of two 1% inch and one
social ease-the lace which
can't quite see it. 1t4iW'1' ence Preston.-Great stunthometo gown IVa inch alphabet; illustration of
"Why not?" hot chocolate." she wore and which had been bought stitches.

"Well, he's too old for one thing." A I Once more the Potomac was frozen with a Dickens' pamphlet. What Send 15 cents in coins for this
"Only forty-? Rich men don'tgrow iYuIiI \ Florence Preston more could she ask? She was se-
over. was pattern to The Sewing Circle,
and satisfied.
old. And he could give you married. But he mustn't let the rene Ave.
Needlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth ,
Adelaide the other side of
everything-everything, Janey. Ju on
thing pass. The young boy Evans New York, N. Y.
dy's voice rose a little. "Jane, you would have tingled with the thoughtof Frederick Towne, was not serene
don't know what it means to want and satisfied. She was looking par- Please write your name, ad-
that frozen river.It .
things for those J you love and not be ticularly lovely with a star of dia- dress and pattern number plainly.For .
was after dinner, and Evans
able to have them. Bob did verv monds in her hair and sheer draperies -
was in his room. He hunted
well until the slump in business. up of rose and faintest green. "I am
She was all in silvery green. Baldy. "Look here, old chap, there'sskating quick relief Insist
But since the babies came-I. have anything you wish to call me, she
on the river. Can't we take Simple on this accurate aspirin.
worked until-well, until it seemedas had said to Frederick when she
class, what? By we, I mean myself Sandy and Arthur with us and havean Headache
S-t.Joseph
if I couldn't stand it. Bob's sucha in "an 'Evening Star' or 'In
and the Follettes. Edith and Mrs. hour or two of it? Your car will came "
darling. I wouldn't change any the 'Afterglow.' Per- GENUINE PURE ASPIRIN
Follette see a lot of each other, and : do the trick." Gloaming' or
thing. I'd marry him over again 'A Rose of Yesterday'she
Mrs. Follette is tickled pink! You Baldy laid down his book. "I haveno haps
tomorrow. But I do know this, that had it rather pensively.He .
know how she loves that sort of philanthropies on a night like put Use of Things
Towne could
Frederick make life
thing-Society with a big S. had been gallant but unin- ill used be-
for and this. Moonlight. I'll take you and Even the best things

won't lovely get another you, chance perhaps to you "There will be just our crowd and the boys and then I'll go and get spired. "You are too young to talk come evils; and, contrarily, the

like that." marrya Mrs. Laramore for dinner, and aft- Edith Towne." He was on his feet.. of yesterdays," he had said, but worst things used well prove

man er that a big costume ball. "I'll call her up now-" his glance had held not the slightest good.-Bishop Hall.

Life for Evans Follette after Jane hint of gallantry. She felt that
"I shall go as a page in red. And The small boys were rapturousand

went away became a sort of gamein Evans will be 'a monk and sing riotous over the plan. When she had, perhaps, been unwise to

which he played, as he told him- Christmas carols. Edith Towne is they reached the ice, and Evans' remind him of her age. FEEL OUT -.OF- SORTS? .

self grimly, a Jekyll and Hyde part. She was still more disturbed,
crazy about his voice. He sat downat lame leg threatened to be a hindrance -;
Two men warred constantly with- when, towards the end of dinner, Florence, S.: C. A. S.
the piano one day in the music the youngsters took him be- Tidwcll, 413 Railroad

in him. There was that scarecrow room, and she heard him. Jane, his tween them, and away they sailed in he ,rose and proposed a toast. "To Ave., says: "I felt weak
self which nursed mysterious fears, little Jane Barnes, A Merry Christmas \tiy ; and outoE-sorts. I slept
voice is wonderful-it always was, the miraculous world-three muske- ., poorly and was worn-out if
a gaunt gray-haired self, The Man you know, but we haven't heard it teers of good fellowship and fun. ." : But before I had taken | i
Who Had Come Back From the War. I They all stood up. There was a one entire bottle of Dr.
lately._ Poor old chap-he seems. to Baldy having brought: Edith put "' Fierce Golden .Medical
And there was that other, shadowy, be picking up. Edith says it makes on her skates,-and they flew away second's silence. Evans drank as k... \Y' Discovery, my digestionwas
elusive, The Boy Who Once Had if he of a sacrament. greatly improved '
partook
her want to cry to see him, but like birds. She was all in warm :
Been. And it the who' and I felt like myself
was Boy she's helping all she can. white wool-with white furs, and Then Edith said, "It seems almost > again." Buy it from I II

took on gradually shape and sub- "Oh, she's a dear and a darling, Baldy wore a white sweater and heartless to be happy, doesn'tit your druggist today. See II I
stance fighting for place with the hard for her?" tow vigorous you feel after using this tonic. I
when things are so
Janey. And I don't know what I am cap. The silver of the night seemedto ,

dark giant who held desperately to going to do about it. I have nothingto clothe them in shining armor. Adelaide 'interposed irrelevantly, I
his
own. offer her. But at least I can Baldy said things to her that made "I should hate to spend Christmasin First SilentTo
Yet the had faith
Boy weapons, worship I shan't look beyond Chicago." .
arid hope. The little diary becamein her pulses beat. She found herself a silence another, first be silent

that little frightened. There was no response, so she Seneca.
a sense a sacred book. Withinits yourself.-
"Love to and Bob and the "You're such a darling poet. But turned to Frederick.uCouldn't Miss
pages was imprisoned somethingthat Judy ,
leave her sister for few
life isn't in the Jeast what thinkit. Barnes a
kiddies. And kiss for you
beat with frantic wings to be a or two my "
days? i
free. Evans shrinking from the own Janey." .
"
"No he told her "she couldn't.
,
"What do I think it? ,
read the letter laid
program which he compelled him- Jane, having ,
She persisted, "I am sure you
all mountains
"Oh and peaks and
self to follow, was faced with things it down with a sense of utter for- the ball."
didn't want her to miss
like this. "Gee, I wish the days lornness. Evans and Eloise Harper moonlight nights. her here.
"I did best to get
were longer. I'd like to dance Towne and his Adelaide! A "Well, it can be- my
Talked to her at long distance, but
"Dear child, it can't. I have no
hours ball! Evans
through forty eight at a Christmas costume "
she couldn't see it.
stretch. Jane is getting to be some singing for Edith Towne! illusions. "
"You are so good-hearted; Ricky.
"You think haven't.
little dancer. I taught her the new Evans' own letters told her little. you

steps tonight. She's" as graceful as I I They were dear letters, giving her I I off It their was late skates when and at last Edith they invited took ments Frederick, and her could persistence be cruel was at irri-mo- .(

willow wand.
a news of Sherwood, full of kindnessand
them all to go home with her. "We'llhave tating. "Oh, look here, Adelaide, itwasn't
Well, a man with a limp couldn'tdance. sympathy, full indeed of a cer- her account. J
entirely on
Or could he? something hot. I'm as hungryas
tain spiritual strength-that helpedher SPECIAL
dozen bears." want her here myself.
A Thomas Jefferson autographwent in the heavy days. But he had a "
The boys giggled.uSo am I I (TO BE CONTINUED)
therefore to pay for twenty sketched very lightly his own activi- I
ArthurI
dancing lessons. Would the great ties.-He had perhaps hesitated to said Sandy Stoddard. But

Democrat turn in his grave? Yet let her know that he could be hap- said nothing. His eyes were occu- Aquatic Bladderwort Catches Fish BARGAIISi
pied to the exclusion of his tongue. bladderwort catches i
The aquatic
what were ink scratches made by a py without her.

dead hand as. against all the mean- But Evans was not happy. He Edith looked to him like some angel young fish that venture into its trap you see the specials of

ings of love and life? did the things he had mapped out straight from heaven. He had never by means of a valve that shuts be WHEN merchants announcedin

Evans bought a phonograph, and for himself, but he could not'' do seen anyone so particularly lovely. hind them. The Venus fly trap of the columns of this paper

new records. He practised at all them light-heartedly as the Boy had fers entrance to insects and frogs them. They

(hours, to the great edification of old done. For how could he be light- CHAPTER X and locks them in with its sensitive you can depend on ''

.Mary, who washed dishes and hearted with Jane away? He had triggerlike hair. Pitcher plants are mean bargains? for you. "

(scrubbed floors in syncopated ecsta- moments of loneliness so intense So Christmas Eve came, and the full of water in which their victims e They are offered by merchants .JtI

that they almost submerged him. costume ball at the Townes'. There drown. One species of Borneo who arc not afraid to announce \9

sies.He took Baldy and Edith to tea at Evans frequently played a whim- were, as Baldy had told Jane, just pitcher plant is 12 inches in diam their prices or the qualityof

the big hotels, and danced with sical game with the old scarecrow.He six of them at dinner. Cousin Anna- eter and holds seven pints of water. the merchandise they offer.

,Edith. He apologized, but kept at went often and leaned over the bel was still in bed, and it was Ade- Its prey consists of small rodents

,it. "I'm out of practice." fence that shut in the frozen field. laide Laramore who made the sixth. and birds.

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THE TEMPTATION OF JESUS ,filled it will keep things hot for

you indefinitely," remarked the
LESSON TEXT-Matthew 4111. salesman to the tired-looking little
GOLDEN TEXT-For we have not an high
I priest which cannot be touched with the man at the counter.;
feeling of our infirmities; but was in all "No thanks," he replied. "J
,I sin.-Hebrews points tempted 4:15.like as we are, j yet without married something like that."

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I Temptation is the common lot of AND SOME YEARN!

all mankind (I Cor. 10:13). The

strongest and most noble of men 4T-\ LiI
are subject to it; angels were

tempted, and our scripture reveals L r
'I that even Jesus was tempted. We
''If recognize that Jesus was tempted 1vJc

as the Messiah (vv. 3, 6) and as one ,
without sin (Heb. '4:15), but it is ;: )\ I J\

, 'I also true that He was tempted ,in II l
I all points ? we are, apart from sin. ,4
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II I. What Is Temptation? II ,
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t "Temptation is seduction to evil, :

solicitation to wrong. It stands distinguished "Annette says she can knit 3
from trial thus: trial sweater in one day."
tests, seeks to discover ,the man's "Some yarn!*'
moral qualities or character; but

temptation persuades- to evil, deludes : : The More to Kiss"Don't
that it ruin. God tries;
. i may you hate two-faced
Satan tempts" (A. M. Fairbairn). .I women?"

Temptation is not sin, but yieldingto ,- \y \ "Not if they had lips like
temptation is sin. Luther said, ..'. yours."
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"We cannot keep the birds from }. .-;'.: : ,, '

flying over our heads, but we can '.., '.. :
keep them from building nests in 'J' Constipation Relief
our hair." Temptation comes from

within, that is, from our own lusts fWNU That Also
(James 1:13,14). Satan also tempts

) us (Eph. 6:11). God may permit Pepsinizes StomachWhen
temptation as a means of proving
our faith (James 1:2, 3). ( SERVICE) constipation brings on acid indi-
4 gestion, bloating,dizzy spells, gas,coated
II. How Temptation Works.It tongue, sour taste, and bad breath, your
is significant that the tempta- stomach is probably loaded up with cer-
tain undigested food and your bowels don't
tions of Jesus were along the'threefold -
So need both
move. you Pepsin to help
.line of the temptations of Adam break up fast that rich undigested food in
and,Eve (Gen. 3:6) and the general 5'M. I your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull
threefold temptation of all men, S M Af'fERE the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be
sure your laxative also contains Pepsin.
namely, the lust of the flesh, the Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative,because its
pride of life, and the lust of the Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won-
"Po?. derful stomach-relief, while the Laxative
eyes '(I John 2:16). These three G-
Senna moves bowels.Tests the
your prove
) temptations really exhaust Satan'sbag ,' power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
of tricks, but he can dress up undigested protein food which may lingerin
a\. these three fundamental temptations A t your stomach,to cause belching,gastric
1Do acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin-
with almost endless .
variety.He it of
izing your stomach helps relieve such
works s distress. At the same time this medicine
1. By appealing, to the flesh (vv. wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your
bowels to relieve constipation.So see
2, 3). He observes the normal ap- T..T how much better your you feel by taking the
petites and desires of a man's body, laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
excites them to a high degree, and that stomach discomfort, too. Even fin-
children love to this
icky; taste pleasant
then methodof
suggests an improper
family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laxative -
satisfying them. Hunger is normal -Senna with Syrup Pepsin at. your
and a sign of good health. 'E i druggist today '

? Jesus had fasted forty days and
Satan took advantage of that fact to
suggest the use of His divine powerto Sure PrescriptionTo
satisfy His hunger. This would R face cheerfully and eagerlythe

involve a denial of His entire mis- : Vo'R'r41 accustomed and ordinary
sion earth the tasks is the simple but sure pre-
on namely, redemption ?
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for 'of life.-
scription enjoyment
of man by a divine person who
had become areal, man. s John ,Timothy Stone.

i 2. By appealing to pride (vv. 5, .:Do
6). Satan misapplied Scripture to .P0 STUFFINESS"NOSEANDHEAD
tempt Jesus to presumption on the >

assumption that He was exercisingfaith.
God had promised to keep BllmWIDf! fl 9.

Him "in all his ways" (Ps. 91:11). i
To cast himself down from the tem- P I

ple was not one of the ways in s. Spare the Absent
which Christ was called to'walk. By Let no one be willing to ,speakill

Satan comes to us with the same of the absent.-Propertius.
: kind of temptation. If He cannot C. M. PayneWNU '

get us to forsake faith, he temptsus 66
to become fanatic and to proudly Bell Syndicate.-WNU Suvlce. For MALARIA
f substitute presumption for faith.
For over 70 years, thousands
3. By appealing to the eyes (vv. upon thousands of people have!
8, 9). By showing Christ the king- WHERE DID proven by their purchases that they
doms of the world and them -? DIDNT
offering I MEET HER consider Wintersmith's the best
to Him by the short-cut of a brief YOU FIRST Tonic for Malaria. Wintersmith'smust
act of worship rather than by the MEET YOUR be good-or else it wouldn'tbe
way of the cross, Satan tempted sold all over the South and in
p. ?
WIFE 21 foreign countries! If have
I Him again. Here the devil showedhis i you
true desire that man should wor- } ;Malaria, get a bottle today, and
ship him rather than God. .' follow the directions on the label.
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1 m. How to Meet Temptation (vv. '. ",: .\ WINTERSMITH'STONIC
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I 4, 7, 10). '
0'By ''r ) ',
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1. By the right use of Scripture. ,.-, I
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, If Jesus needed that weapon, how ", .' c':(
i, I I can we do without it? How can we ". c/I I
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use Scripture if we do not study it ,
I I and hide it in our hearts?' "'- Self Faith

\ 2. By dependence on God. Every P Doubt whom you will but never

;I Scripture used by Jesus honored V yourself.-Bovee.
God. We cannot fight Satan in our ,
own strength. To attempt to do so I"

I is to fail utterly. The real victory A wonderful aid for boils
\ for the Christian is to bring Satan e where a drawing agentis
back to the cross where Christ won rq indicated. Soothing
I s ( and comforting.Fine for
I
decisive
a victory over him. OVERTOOK
SHE children and grown-ups.
3. By denouncing Satan. Jesus Practical. Economk.aLu'
: \ sent him on his way. We may do M6 !

\ the same in Jesus' name. It is always 'Y1
i' a serious error to try to argue
'ry l with Satan or to engage in any dis-
cussion with him. Let us meet him
; with Scripture and with a r'Get thee AT
hence." GOOD
1rJ. STORISJ' DIUO \
1
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I IV. The Result.
IARGE 1aOTTIE
Satan left and angels came to tt
minister to Christ. The ww mil a
overcoming -
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( temptation results in peace,
6 victory. and blessing. This is ever: /
; so in the life of the believer. Temp
t tation overcome makes us stronger 1 Itu14s -'% le sedRel e

to meet the next temptation, and '
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also enables us to help our weaker ''WNUI 13en Syndicote.-WNU Service. 1
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cLti\VistoN NEWS FlttbA'Y, OCTOiiEll: IB 1030\

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amount of 'the loan. This interest r draw' pay of $80 a' month to go on a horse, .dog, and must know the J l'
state senator from I I will take the country. Water Is from ankle to
ActivitiesAre I nary, a former includes the Insurance premium I duty Nov. 1. They up
Intra-Mural Wyoming and short story writer fora which the lending institution will I kill in the Collier game preserve belt deep and much of the huntingwill
of current magazines en- I have to be done on foot. "We
number first. The regular yearly hunting
School to the FHA each year. I
Started at I titled, "Magnificent: Dream". The pay season will open Nov.. 20 in both will not attempt to salvage any
repeated except forMr. Q. What other charges are meat hides what
program was Collier and Hendry counties during or except hunterssave

at the I, Trenary's, talk at 10:15 for made? which period local laws governingthe themselves. Camps will be established -
activities the FHAan
Intra-mural next I I the elementary grades. A. The borrower pays bagging of deer will be in ef over the area with 6 to
Clewiston school will begin Lord'ePrayer examination fee of $10; the
forty-five The Scripture reading and fect. With the closing of the season 8 men in a group. They will be ordered -
Tuesday at the regular after institution may ,collect the "
Louis Leiter lending '
kill deer alone.
period, it was led by Jan. 1, these 'hired hunters will to
minute physical education "Columbia, The Gem Of usual fees, including recording fees, infested
which tick
the
Prof. R. W. operate all through
announced by fees, fire Insurance -
was the Glee title examination
by south'of' ,
have already The Ocean was sung .area of Hendrv which is
Turk. The various teams direction of Miss premiums. oip.! as well as '
I Club under the th-- fence and Collier
for the past quarantine
been practicing rot not more than \
Miss Julia Anne 'an appraisal
Alice Steinholtz. where the fences
football which I south and west of
two weeks in touch start- Oglesby gave a talk entitled, "Dis I' Good FarmLand
6f the sports $10.Q. unite.
will be' the first has developeda coverer of America" and Miss Mar- Can loans be used to refinance The State Livestock Sanitary
ed and each team written existing obligations, to purchase -
Von Mach read a poem I eradication
of formationsand garet I board is sponsoring tick
different system by Father L. J. Flynn particularly land, or to complete a partially and the federal bureauandWPA

signals. for the program entitled, \ constructed building? program cooperating in the move- '
basketball are
Football will be followed by "Christopher Columbus". "God A. No loans are to be used only to rid the
and ment which is designed
with soccer, horseshoe the to defray the cost of building or
by I
America" was sung
Bless which '
of fever ticks .
and infected section ,
boxing
pingpong, volley ball, Glee Club and Miss Mary Johnson buying a new house. The plan is not only to deer but tor Rent .
in the order are a menace
dIamond ball following Van Dykf intended specifically to assist lower
each contest read the poem by Henry 1 to southwest Florida's rapidly. grow- \
named. First place in "America For Me." income families to acquire good tY
second place ing cattle industry.
fifty, points reasonable terms.Q.
count houses on .
will concerned
Mr. Trenary's talk was "
Bateman "are
ticks
"Deer skid
third place
thirty-five points and 'with the efforts and troubles of I Who lends the money under
cattle ticks" and injure the 'quality'and '
prizes
twenty-five Points. Suitable to make his ,dream that the Title I program? :
Columbus kill
the winninggroups I sale of beef. Our job is to
will be awarded to true: A. Privately owned and operated -
'I
round come
of competition.The the world was all ,the deer in this area and the
close loan associations -
at the The singing of the "Star Spanglsd banks building and lasts 5 years. Afterwards,
football schedule is as fol- closed the program.Information I! finance companies, another \program Trespassers
Banner" of ticks
I when the section is clean ;
High, first ..!-\lf'. OCt.- lending institutions approved I .
lows: junior -- sale [
I derived from the O
1 Team 3; Tuesday I by the FHA to make such loans. money Will Be \ .
17 Team vs. :
,. and Is Given special licenses will be used to re
1 1 I
Team Administration
2 vs. The Federal Housing
24, Team "
October license
I' stock the territory. A special .
October 31, Team 2 insures the lending institution 'Prosecuted
Tuesday, ,
on On FHA Loans was required this summer for I
3. Second half will start against loss up' to 10 percent of all
Team purchas
vs killing deer and had to be
Tuesday and contInne funds which it advances under Title -
the following r:: i ed at the. courthouse in Collier coun-
High: :
Senior q\I
order. I.
in the same C., Oct. 13- .
D.
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Washington !ty.
18, team
differ
Oct.
How does this plan
Wednesday Q. i
first half: receiving small annual incomes Asked how many deer had beer
1 Families ,
October 25, team FHA Insured Mortgage
the
2 from
team ; and
1
vs. attractive month
three
acquire killed through the !
1, may
3 and on November System (Title II) ?
vs. team half livable homes under the Federal period ending Sept. 30, Bateman answered Clewiston
second
team 2 vs., team 3. The I Administration's Title I A. FHA-insured mortgages underTitle "We have checked 1,20hides (
Housing
in the same order II represent as much as,
will continue inaugurated -, may hog
home-loan insurance program I out. We don't know And
starting the following Wednesday early in September. 80 percent (or sometime 90 percent) many might have been killed ille Realty I
value
;
of the appraised property
differs in a number I I gaily. Our men are always on th< '
The new plan the interest rate is set at a maxi- DevelopmentCorporation
School ObservesColumbus respects from thN lookout and try to guard, agains
of major '
the
mum of 4 1-2 percent; pay-
System that. As to ticks over 50 percen
With FHA's Insured Mortgage ment period is 20 or 25 years; the
Day the National Hous- were well Infected.
under Title II of property must conform to property
no income Hired hunters, Bateman said
there are
ing Act. Although standards and construction require-
Splendid Program limitations it is felt that families ments; and the neighborhood must must have a pretty good reputatioi
$1,500 a as deer hunters. They must posses i
to
receiving $900 be approved by the :FHA.
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The high school- enjoyed 'a splen- year will particularly find the new Q. Has the FHA established i I I
1
did Columbus Day program Thursday plan helpful. \standards for the new Title I loans?

morning' at 8:20 which includedan Details are given in the following A. Yes. It has drawn up minimum

address, by Charles Tre- questions and answers 'prepared by I property and construction require- I FAMOUS HOMES IN HISTORY

the FHA: ments which provide that homes, be. '

Q. Who may obtain a loan under soundly constructed and livable. A

the new FHA title I program? certain space area Is required;

\ut o ] A. Any person with a satisfactory neighborhood standards are dependent '-

Do You credit standing and steady in- upon local conditions. \<
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ea4* 1'could come who is able to establish an ,"( ;

I bow equity equal to 5 percent ,of the appraised Hired "Pothunters"To t

be to property value. tM_ '-'Ij ::
How much may be borrowed Sportsmen ; ':
Q. Replace 1
buYbuild orrefinance under the plan? Must the equity be .I I "

a in the form of cash? To Kill Out Deer : "' :,V

A. As much as $2,500 may be I ; r
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borrowed linear the nlan. The bor I
will on November j
home'hlan Hired "pothunters"
rower's equity or down paymentmay 1 replace sportsmen who 'HOME, SWEET HOME'This

\ II take the form: of cash, of land have enjoyed for the first time A OWN
()uIL
of deer slaughterin
owned, etc. summer program a YOUR
the home of John
Q. How are loans repaid; how I the game preserve of Collier w I. i; was arum><
county known as Royal Palm Park f Howard Payne, author of one HOMIJClewiston
GIVEN. time Is allowed for repayment?
nuch
FULL DETAILS .. that section west of the Tamiami of America's best loved songs

WITH NO OBLIGATION A. Loans may run for as longas Trail. In a three year program of

15 years and five months; they deer extermination in which public Let help achieve the securityand
us
to take part, you
allowed
must be repaid in equal monthly hunters are

Buying home payments. July, August, September and Octo- comfort of a home of your own J <'"

I of your own is ber have been open for the sport. '.
the finest type Q. What interest rate is chargedby This information Is released by ';

the lender? Must the borrower E. C. Bateman, federal supervisorof I
of thriftClewiston I
pay 'an insurance premium to the the bureau of animal industry '

FHA? with headquarters' in LaBelle, whois Federal Savingsand
Federal in charge of the deer extermination -I
loans accepted -
A. The interest on program in this section. Bate-

Savings and LoanAssociation for insurance by the FHA must man said he is at work now on organizing Association'

not exceed an amount equal to a group of between 50 Loan

I $3.50 discount per $100 face'f1t t and 100 hired hunters who will


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