The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00755
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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 6, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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sti Rain Guages To Be I Cane Harvest Will

a U. S. Annual Report Installed 'By Engineers; I IThe' [ BeginIn

I Shows Fine '38-39 Season 1 United States Engineer sub- 'Glades October 23dPat

office here announced this week'

0E the next two weeks the > -
that within
ALL RECORDS BROKEN( FOR Water Control Gates I installation of thirteen automatic McGehee Flies [I OPERATING ON THE ..

PRODUCTION. AND' FOR rain guages would begin at advantageous FOLLOWING DAY

PROFITSJay Installed By U. S. S. c.1 points around Lake Okee Plane To Charlott

\ chobee and other points in the Kis-
1 The United States Sugar Corpo- ,
W. Moran, vice-president and simmee Valley and the Caloosahatchee -

I manager of the United States Sugar; An important step in the holdingof j and St. Lucie canals. The installatIon Pat McGehee, son of Mr. and ration, released its eighth annual
report last week which shows that
Corporation stated this week thai a uniform water level in all plan- :. will be in charge of i Mrs. J. A. McGehee, who alread I the season of 1938-1939
sugar was
the 1939-1940 cane harvest season tations has been taken by the Unit- George T. Augur. I I holds a solo flying license, flew a
I! would begin on Monday, October ed States Sugar Corporation in the I The guages will be placed at new Aeronca plane belonging to the greatest and on profits record and in both simultan-, pro'duction -

, 23 and the sugar house will begin installation of water control gates Kissimmee, Avon Park, Venus, I Cannon Towel Company from Fort declared from

I \ operation on the following day. and portable ,pumping units in Grape Hammock, LaBelle, Felda, I Myers to Charlotte, N. C. last week eously the profitsof
last dividend of $1.25
season a
This starting date is almost three both the Eastern and Western Di- Okeechobee City, Moore Haven, Ca and added six hours, and twent the

weeks, ahead of last year's harvest vision plantations.The i nal Point, mouth of Indian Prairie minutes to his flying time on a for making quarter a total on of preferred$5.00 for stock theyear ,

,1 opening and more than a month function of the gates, accord- Canal, St. Lucie Locks Nos. 1 anc private license. and ten cents share on
ahead of any previous year. Mr.. of capable ol: Pat recently purchased a new per
ing to Jay W. Moran, manager 2 and Ortona. They are stock October
Moran states that the season will the corporation, is to properly con- ,. recording a rainfall up to thirty Cub training ship which he is leaving common payable on
probably end the latter part ol trol the water table within areas inches and will be operated by a in Fort Myers and has alread

April, about the same as the past where land elevations vary. They I clock device similarly to the other nearly enough hours to take the The annual report showed a total .

examination for the private license net operating profit for last season
will also serve as important irriga- meteorological instruments now ir
year.Because of the recent action of : which will permit him to carr) of $1,173,592 or approximately
hurricane gate
tion units during the normally dry use at. the various I '
He expects to leave in $13.70 per ton of raw sugar. The
President Roosevelt in suspending winter months. Some of the gatesare structures around the lake. The passengers.

quota provisions of the Sugar Act,, built of reinforced concrete and. rain ,..mter'enters a funnel shaped the spring to attend an aeronautical I current assets at. the close of the .

school in Tulsa Okla. on June 30, 1939 amounted to
the corporation will be able to year
others of steel sheet. piling. opening and is taken to a suspended -
available for $2,267,169 and the curren'! liabilities
grind all of the cane metal container which measures:

this crop as well as' the cane of in- Teachers To the rainfall by weight. License Law DeadlineSet to $848,835 showing a current "

dependent growers with whoni the County surplus $1,414,334 of which more
Where there are, no facilities for
corporation has contracts to pro- than .a half million dollars is repre-

cess their cane, Mr. Moran continued Get 10 Monthly ChecksThe housing the instruments, concrete For October 15 sented by unamortized cost of cane

pedestals will be erected and a sub .
Including the acreage to be plantings on the corporation plantations
stantial fence built around themto
harvested by these independent .
county school board at the prevent molestation by roving A telegram received Wednesda

growers there will be about 22,500 monthly'meeting in LaBelle Tues- herds of cattle. It will be necessary by County Judge W. T. Maddox fror Last season 'showed the greatest

acres, of cane for harvest this sea- day agreed that the teachers of Hen- for them to be read about once D.V.. Finley, state motor vehlcl yields of sugar from the sugar cane of,

l son. is to the effect .that plantations and a lowered cost
dry county schools should draw each week. ,
I During the past summer the cor- their salaries on a ten-month basis, I after October '15th the drivers' license production per ton of sugar of almost -
poration has engaged in extensive In addition to these rain guages enforced $5.00, the cost in 1937 being .-
law will be rigidly
a similar plan to that adopted by
simi- i
and barographs :
repair work and improvements to anemographs and in 1938 $40.69. The
'cut i and all operating a, moto
other Florida counties to persons
the Clewiston sugar'house further some lar to those now in use at the hur- house ran for 174 days and
vehicle after that date without a license -' sugar
down on the size of the monthly I
will be installed at Or-
the production efficiency. gates of from
Increasing tons
produced 85,663 sugar
will be subject to arrest and
and each teacherto
payrolls yet allow
Some stacks have been replaced .r tona: Indian Prairie Canal and at their fitness 805,455 tons of cans of which all.
determine -
for the I
draw same
new furnaces have been installed in the two locks in the St. Lucie ca- but 66,41 tons, purchased from inde-
will : to operate a motor vehicle.
The eight month salary I
year. will be
four boilers, some mill housings la. New hydrothermographs Lakeland has beer pendent growers, was purchased .on
be divided into 'ten equal installments I W. F. Reid, of ,
have been replaced, one new evap- installed at the Moore Haven. locks named Governor Fred P. Com plantations of the corporation. More
and funds are now at handit I by
orator has been installed and three and at Okeechobee gate for' the I than hundred fields showed yieldsof
of the .
was said to meet the first pay to be the director new
others have been enlarged, the Measurement of temperature and The personnel or more than five tons to the acre
highway patrol.
roll later In the month.
2 manually operated filter presses relative_ humidity.The and went as high as eight
I .C. E. Miner, Clewiston memberof i this patrol has not yet been selectee
addition of these new
have been replaced by two modern
the board, secured approval of and to date no method has beer tons.
continuous rotary filters which will I and a wider spread through of
the board for the construction of a announced for determining drivers; An average yield of 4.11 tons
of instru-
I the 'territory of the type
extract the
more effectively sucrose 26x26 foot addition to the Harlem I Ii' fitness for, license after the -Octobc:; 96-degree raw sugar per acre of
.I uent used most. successfully
from the mud .and various other already ,
} colored school building. The pres- 15 'deadline. cane was shown from the repor -
' will permit the' engineers to study
improvements made.' ent two-room structure, he told the I The 1603d driver's license was processed from an' average yield of
Extensive additions to the plan- ropical storms even more closely
other board members, was 'inadequate ;old here by Judge Maddox on Tuesday 38.56 tons of cane'per acre. The
tation villages in both the Eastern I than in the past.
leaves of I cent, an
number ; 10.66
to meet the needs of the I which a large sugar yield was per

and Western (divisions have been greatly Increased enrollment of the drivers in the county still unlicer. I increase over the previous :year, and

made to better care for the laborers school. He also told the board that I sed. All those who drive their owr' said to be the' highest of any sugar

''k this season. New field equipment he was taking steps to light the MOORE HAVEN WINS car or even drive someone else's car i producing area in the world.
and railroad rolling ,stock has been: i '
I Clewiston athletic field. it times should purchase one I The report also showed that thecoiporation

added and all of the improvements Bus drivers 'who brought childrento license before the fifteenth and thus can make .more moneyI
taken together should result in a I 14-6 OVER TIGERS IN '
further increase efficiency in all schools on the Friday preceding avoid the examination and possibilty without government assistance than

I the school opening for registrationwill of arrest. with it for more than $300,000

I departments. receive a day's pay based on FOOTBALL OPENERThe was paid to the government in processing -

, their monthly salary, it was decided. Fire Control Board taxes by the corporation

Beardsley Elected than was received back in parity

Kiwanis PresidentJ. Rev. Pendleton To Moore Haven Terriers proved Meets In PahokeeThe payments.As .

potent on their ground work in of June 30, this year, the corporation -

Preach Thru OctoberRev. he first quarter of the season opener held title to 36,889.5

at Moore Haven this afternoon Everglades, fire control acres of land in the Everglades, had
E. elected
Beardsley was : presi-
board, at a meeting in Pahokee and optiono
leased an
and scored two touchdowns in that I 3,243,4 acres
dent and R. M. Bishop, vicepresident -
Kent Pendleton of Fort Wednesday, pledged its full cooperation 83,197.4 acres. This year a
of the local Kiwanis Club at I period to take a 14 point lead which : buy

the meeting Wednesday night at Myers occupied the pulpit at the he Tigers were able to partially to the newly created United total of 26,554 acres is planted.

Community Church last, Sunday and I ,,States Soil Conservation Service bonuses ag-
the Inn by a unanimous vote of overcome, and threaten to tie Wage dividends and
the club membership. Nominations will continue to do so during eachSunday I gave; the Glades county, team the which was established by Congress gregating $23,930 and 7,560 shares i J'
in October. A splendid I md heard a talk made by the federal out by i
margin for victory, 14-6. stock were given
were made by a nominating committee necessary jf common
preacher, well known to Clewiston I ; conservation director, C. Kay the past I
Terriers during
and presented to the club at The Tigers outclassed the the; corporation
congregations, and there are many Davis, in he outlined plansf
last week's meeting. in aerial work and completed several -ear.
who wish to avail themselves of I ,the government to establish n
for nice gains. It was a stocks
The new officers will serve during ; passes Ownership of corporation
t to hear him speakin imited water control from the $75-
every opportunity shovel from the hands of Slo- the common
1940 and were elected early in pass widely distributed,
the five Sundays of this month. I 100 federal appropriation.
order .that they might attend a who has taker and a lateral to Hooker which Mr. Davis told the board that >being held by 2,230 persons and
Rev. Forest C. Taylor
'I district convention in West Palm I ended a 46 .yard touchdown marchy funds corporations and the preferred by
served as minister of the church the second period. mly $50,000 of the allotted : in ,
in corporations
the Tigers
Beach later this month. > L34 persons and
than two and whois II ould: be expended judiciously
The new board of directors cho- more years A pass to Hooker on the play before remainder of the al\. 16 states and two foreign countries.
and the
from serious
just recovering a yzr
netted fifteen yards. The Tigers -
sen to handle club affairs in the
first of the weekto ottment would be returned to the
illness left the
of the
new year are: Dick Hall, J. F. Tip. were in the shadow
pey, G. H. Brown, J. W. Ezelle, R. ; spend a month's vacation in Moore Haven goal posts again in ;overnment,He presumably asked the to board be to i Don Young AcceptsAs
Fort Lauderdale. It is understoodthat reserve.
C. Wilson, T. E. Markette and A. he third period when a long pass :
because of his health he will neet with the Everglades drainage ProDon
O. Ward.A arried: to the Moore Haven nine- Kansas City
ministerial work for the district officials to solicit their cooperation .
secretary and treasurer will be up yard line. Stone carried to the
and possibly make a and form a general committee -
appointed by the board of directorsat present per- six. failed on the next attempt, was
manent home in the west coast city. to obtain a commitment professional at
a later date.Following able to pick. up only a yard on the Young, golf
the election the new No minister has yet been selected next attempt and Slonaker 'was rom Governor Cone for the expenditure he Clewiston club since December,
president made a nice talk of acceptance as pastor of the church to suc- stopped cold at the line of scrimmage of $25,000 in order of 1937, has accepted a position as

ceed Rev. ..Taylor.McGehee please federal fund5 superintendent at the
fourth down. maintenance
as did the newly elected on the
The question of the appointmentf Club of Kansas -
vice-president. The Moore Haven scores came in ndian Hills Country

Takes Over the first period. Clewiston kicked wardens was discussed at considerable City Mo., and will leave within
choreas cnored
Dan Wins off and the Terriers made a quick length and Brannen a.> few days to take over the new
Beardsley against E. L.
Moore Haven AgencyJ. narch down field but fumbled on chairmanf losltion.
of Glades county by the to Clewistonrom
he eight yard line. The Tigers Mr. Young came
Kansas City Trip "' board R. Boc. were lu'e3ut
were unable to gain in the ground > the Iowa City Iowa, where he

A. McGehee:, Standard oil attack and kicked to Scaley on his > by the board. Some of the mem iras summer professional at the

\ Dan Beardsley: son of Mr. and agent in Clewiston, was given the thirty who carried back 17 yards. hers of the board stated the hiring that they and ountry club of that city. In hl5'

Moore Haven territory on Wednesday carried to would not permit here he has carried on
wo years
the next play
Sealey on
I Mrs. J. E. Beardsley of Clewiston, iring of wardens in the counties "
of this week when the Glades the Clewiston 14, Leath picked up ome very successful golf tourna-
I and president of the Pahokee Future 1 which they represented. in organizing -
closed and instrumental
r county agency was by a two yards, Sealey four and Leath adopted which 'W"lltS was \

f h Farmers Association, has been company auditor and the agent, H. on third down, behind nice blocking A resolution was ; the Okeechobee Golf Asso-
chairman, the secretary
awarded a free trip to the International S. Gove, jr., transferred to the carried over for the score. Sealey I jives the iation earlier this year.
chief the right to approve -
and the fire be
i agency in Eustis.J. made the conversion on a running Mr. and Mrs. Young will :
Livestock Exposition In
\ I all payrolls and expense ac- bu tare't
Kansas City which October A. McGehee, jr., will be in play., reatly missed in Clewiston
_opens on ounts.: the new
;- charge of the Moore Haven plant Terriers kicked off to Hooker o be congratulated on
\ 15. The trip is a reward for winning The All members of the board were
for the few weeks required to sellout on his own 15 and he carried resent with the exception of.Thos. onnectiou.
;I the state planter's degree the stock which is at hand
now back to the 28 but the Tigers failed V. Caro of Key West.
: which Is based on all-around agricultural and after that time all sales will I to gain and Ahney kicked to Leathon The next meeting will be held in Rev. Father Lawrence J. to officiate -

be handled from Clewi&ton. 35 the ended. rent to Pahokee Thursday
efficiency. his own aa period lewiston on October 25. attend

l Dan was honored also during the Mr. Gove has been the Moore Leath carried to tho Clewistpn ;37 at a wedding business.and to Father

" Haven agent for about five years, on ,the first play of the new quarter Democratic women from fourteen to routine church Saint

summer months by being elected succeeding his father who accepteda made another nice gain but slippedon ounties: of the first congressional Flynn holds, ,the pastorate of

I vice-president of the state Future position at that time with the the grass and fell. Sealey car- district will meet in Tampa; Oct. lary's Church there in conjunctionrith '

! Farmers organization, ___ i (Continued on Page '8) (Continued! on Page 8) 10-21.i .- .. __.r his charge here in Clewiston..;

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miie SUNDAY (Lesson

Dish. Candied
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof potatoes have a distinctive flavorif

. ObservationsWhen (Released by Western Chicago.Newspaper Union.) they are sweetened with honey.
observations are drawn Sprinkle, a few cashew or Brazil

from so many particulars as to Lesson .for October 8. nut fragments over the tops just
become certain and undubitable, / before''serving.
,_ these are jewels of knowledge.- *
Dr. Watts. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected Creaming Butter and Sugar.-

nag? Religious copyrighted Education by International; used by Butter and sugar will cream more

N The moon affects the tide and permission. quickly if a few drops of warm

the untied. water are sprinkled over them.

The Source KING Drying Woolens.-To dry the

"They say I have eyes like LESSON TEXT-Matthew 3M7.. children's woolen articles quickly,
., is put them on a clean cloth and put
,.my father. GOLDEN TEXT-Prepare ye the way of
"Yes, I noticed you're pop the Lord, make his paths straight.-Mat- the electric fan near them. Turn
thew 3:3.When. the:
eyed. garments frequently.

OUT AND KNOCKS an earthly-king visits his
Rich Crocheted Cloth
F: dominions or makes a journey to
another land
great preparations are
made for his coming. Everythingis Can Be Made in Jiffy

done to expedite his journey and

to assure him of safety and com-

fort. The United States and Can-

ada have recently had that interest-

: ing experience. The King of kings

and Lord of Lords who in loving
kindness and gracious condescension
f' j' IJI 4Y :
had come to earth to be our Re-
"Does that fellow always come
deemer had now grown to manhoodand
in without knocking?" was prepared to enter on His P..; '

"No; sometimes knocks without Tempting tarts are grand for party refreshments or a family meal.See public ministry. God sent John to
coming in. Recipe Below. be His forerunner to prepare the

; ; New Pupil Perfection in Pies' ered up into a ball. Chill at least % way and to herald His coming.I. .

"How old is your father?" hour. Roll out on a piece of,canvas A Herald Prophetically Fore
cloth which,has been stretched taut told (vv. 1, 3, 4). '
"Forty-two. homework I. There's something about a piece over dampened table-top or bread The coming of John (usually 't' S- l i
I must -
"H'm! get your
with its flaky,
of really good pie,
more suited to his age." filling board. Slip child's white stocking called the Baptist) was of such vi
golden-brown crust and a (without foot) over rolling pin, flour tal concern to God that He had.revealed -

:.'- To His Taste simply oozing flavor and makes goodness it the, canvas and rolling pin, and roll out it to His prophets hundredsof ) :
; that
'"There's outside dough to %-in h thickness. Fit lower years before (see Isa. 40:3).
a man of
poor crowning glory .
: crust in pie tin. If baking a one- We should study and believe the
who wants something to eat e meal. Just a
a crust pie, prick with fork, and bakein message of the prophets. The same
"Give him some bread and po- s ... whiff of the fra : .
hot oven (450 degrees) 12 to 15 prophecies that pointed to John the
tatoes. n"grance of juicy
"':::... a minutes.
and Christ's first
"But he seems to have seen apple pie, or the
'better'days.:" ) sight of a quivery Grandmother's Sour Cream Pie. also point to the second coming

'All.right; give him a napkin, custard in a crust 1 cup raisins (coarsely cut) (Mal. 3:1-6; 4:1-6). We know the

too" .I that crumbles at % cup water former took place, why should we
doubt the fulfillment of the latter?
3A sugar
the first touch whets the appetite; cup
We do well to take heed to the
1 sour cream
and one glance at a slice of dainty cup Pattern 2040.
INDIGESTION chiffon pie, with its feather-light filling 2 eggs (beaten) word of prophecy (II Pet. 1:19).

is enough to make even a 1 teaspoon vanilla Let us also prepare the way of Two strands of string form this
.Sensational Relief from IndigestiontndOneDoieProTesIt : the Lord not as John did, for his
strong-willed calorie-counter forget Vs teaspoon salt lovely 60-inch cloth of easy cro
If the first dose of this pleasant-tastlnr'little his diet! Pastry was a special ministry, but by leaking chet. Make a 32-inch doily of the
tlick complete: tablet relief doesn't you brine here you experienced the fastest tend and bottle most Making pies that achieve perfec Combine raisins, water, and sug ways for the gospel to reach center part only. Pattern 2040

back-to n IU tablet and tat helps DOUBLE) the stomach MONET dlgwt BACK.food.TbUBell tion isn't as difficult, as it sounds. ar, and simmer for 5 minutes. Mix the hearts of men. We can remove contains instructions for making

mates eat thee the,excess nourishing itomach foods thuds you harmless need. For and heartburn lets- Standardized equipment (such as the sour cream and the eggs, add hindrances and obstructions, prepar- cloth in varied sizes; illustrationsof

you lick stomach headache fluids and making upsets you SO often feel caused lOur and by measuring cups and spoons) and the stewed raisins, vanilla and salt. ing their hearts to receive Him as it and of stitches; materials

lick excess all over-JUST ONE DOSE of Bell-Wl prOTeaepecdy oven thermometers and heat control Bake in a double crust at 400 degrees Saviour and Lord. required; photograph of cloth.

relief 25c everywhere have taken the uncertainty out of for the first 10 minutes, reducing II. An Unusual Man with a Burn- Send 15 cents in coins for this

measuring and baking. With a the temperature to 350 degrees ing Message (vv. 2, 6-12). pattern to The Sewing Circle,

Beauty Is Truth proven recipe, good ingredients, for 40 minutes longer: What an arresting appearanceJohn Needlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth Ave.,

After all, the most natural beau- standard equipment and some easily Magic Mocha Nut Tarts. must have made as he New York.

ty- in the ,world is honesty and acquired technique, any woman can 2 squares unsweetened chocolate emerged to the edge'of the wilder- Please write your name, ad-

,moral truth; for all beauty is make good pie and make it every 1% cups (1 can) sweetened con ness to present his startling mes- dress and pattern number plainly.

truth.-Shaftesbury.: time! densed milk sage! God had kept him (like Moses
and others) in the quiet of thedesert -
Pointers on Making Pastry. Vt cup strong coffee
making hot ,1 walnut meats (cut fine) where He could talk with him;
1. Unless you are wa- cup Pull! the Trigger on
ter pastry, have the ingredients for Baked tart shells away from the distractions of so-

GOOD FORMALARIA making pie crust cold. Melt chocolate in top of double called civilization. This simple liv- Constipation and

2. Cut shortening into the flour, boiler. Add sweetened condensedmilk ing had made John a striking per- ,

using a pastry blender or fork; or, and stir sonality, quite unusual and uncon- Pepsin-ize Acid Stomach Too
waf1 1 ventional. The who strivesfor
if cook and boiling
you're an experienced over
work quickly, blending in the short- ter for 5 minutes Ar: : L. such an appearance to attract at- When constipation brings on acid indigestion
tention is but a fool, but on the other ,bloating,dizzy spells gas coated
is until mixture
with permissible.
ening fingers or tongue, sour taste, and bad breath your
-And Malaria Chills and 3. Add water sparingly, using only thickens. Add hand unconventionality will not destroy stomach is probably.loaded up with cer
::3' one's usefulness if he has a- bowels don't
enough to hold the ingredients to- coffee, stir until tain undigested food your
Fever! gether. Handle dough as little and thoroughly blend- tred. ::: :: message from God. move.breakup So fast you that need rich both undigested Pepsin to food help in

Here's what want for Malaria, as lightly as possible after adding Add chopped The preaching of John was a burn- your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull
folks! VHere's you what you want for water: walnut meats. Pour into baked tar ing message of repentance. There the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be

the awful chills and fever. 4. Roll out the dough on a lightly shells. Garnish with remaining had been no prophetic message sure your laxative also Laxative contains,because Pepsin.its
It's Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic! since the time of Malachi and in Take Dr. Caldwell's
I floured board or on a heavy canvas. chopped nuts. Chill before serving. Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won-
A real Malaria for the medicine. Made Con- Cover the rolling pin with a child'swhite Custard Pie. the intervening 400 years the .religious derful stomach-relief, while the Laxative
especially purpose. life of the Jews had settled Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the
with the foot
and iron.Grove's cotton stocking (
tasteless quinidine
tains (Makes 1 pie) of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
Tasteless Chill Tonic actually cut off) and flouring it lightly simplifies 2 milk (scalded) down into a barren legalistic formal- power undigested protein food which may lingerin
combats the Malaria infection handling the dough. cups ity. John came with'a simple, prac- your stomach,to cause belching,gastric
in the blood. It relieves the 3 eggs tical and plain-spoken indictment of and nausea. This is how pepsin-
5. Place the dough loosely in the acidity .
chills the burning fever.It '
freezing 5 tablespoons sugar stomach helps relieve it of such
and izing
feel better fast. to help prevent shrinking. sin, which led to repentance your
helps you pan Va teaspoon salt distress. At the same time this medicine
Thousands take Grove's Tasteless Lemon Meringue Pie. vanilla extract which made religion vital and real wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your
Chill Tonic for Malaria and swear 1 teaspoon again. bowels to relieve your constipation.So see
by it. Pleasant to take, too. Even 1 cup sugar Dash nutmeg We know that the gospel of the how much better you feel by taking the
children take it without a whimper. :Vi cup cornstarch 1 pastry shell (baked) laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
Don't suffer! At first sign of Malaria J/4 > salt grace of God in Christ goes far be- that stomach discomfort too Even fin-
milk. Beat slightlyand
take Grove's Tasteless Chill ,easpoon I Scald eggs yond the preaching of John. But we icky children love to taste this pleasant
Tonic. At all drugstores. Buy the % cup cold water to them add the sugar, salt, also know that the Church needs to family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Lax-
large size as it gives you much % cup boiling water milk, and vanilla extract. Mix thor- of ative-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your
back to proclamation a
more for your money. 3 egg yolks oughly and pour custard mixture get and druggist today,
vital heart-searching message,
1 tablespoon butter into a well oiled pie plate. Bake ina old-fashioned
Sacred :Vi cup lemon juice slow oven (300 degrees) until cus- some genuine repent-
Calling Then like John will bring
ance. i
1 teaspoon grated lemon rind 40 minutes. In
tard is set-about a
Every calling a m'an can hon. men to Christ for salvation, for sane
Combine sugar, cornstarch, and second pie plate exactly the same' GOADr 11.
estly follow is a sacred calling.Dr. .- for service.
salt. Add cold water and stir until DRUGSTORES \
John Hunter. size as that used for the custard
smooth. Then add "III. A Humble but Privileged
bake one-crust pastry shell.
pie, a LAIGE ,,u,
boiling water and Cool. Then when the custard is Servant of Christ (vv. 13-17). IontE l ,
To quickly "open up" cook, stirring thoroughly cooled and just before The crowning event in the min- s..a
I"STUFFY"HEAD cold-clogged nasal pas- constantly, until '' istry of John was the recognitionof
sages-put Just "2 serving, gently slip the custard right' r
drops" In each nostril.PENETRO mixture is clear ', into the pastry shell. Serve at once. Jesus as He came to be baptized. 1"6&hlllgS
NOSE and thick. Cook 3 He was deeply conscious of his own .
s / lessedRelte,2
minutes longer. unworthiness for this great work and '
Beat egg yolks T If there's any one thing in the pointed to the coming Saviour as the

)Misnamed Fate and stir cooked .. world that people like in the,way One in whom they' should put their

We make our fortunes, and we mixture into them. Add all remain- of good things to eat, it's nothing trust (vv. 11 and 14. See also John

call them fate.Beaconsfield.WNU7 ing ingredients, return to flame and more or less than hot breads. Hot 1:29). John was not jealous of his ,On Receiving End

cook 1 minute. Pour immediatelyinto breads get a man's vote every own position, nor seeking his own That man may last, but never

baked pie shell. Top with me- time! advancement (v. 3 and John 3:30): lives, who much receives, but
i ringue. Ginger Cheese Muffins, Hot To this faithful and humble servant nothing gives.-Thomas Gibbons.

Meringue. Butterscotch Rolls, Old-Fash- came the inestimable privilegeof

3 egg whites ioned Nut' and Raisin Bread- baptizing the Saviour. The baptism -
you'll find recipes for these and of Jesus Fever
6 tablespoons sugar presents a mystery Malaria* Chills ;
other delicious breads in EleanorHowe's which we cannot fully solve. It is
teaspoon Tab r.K.bo! Ou'dm; *.Sfops dims.nd t
column next week. certain that He did not come to be
Beat whites then
egg ; {ever,duns blood of mliri Fmoui
add until mix- baptized for the remission of sin,
sugar slowly, beating for 50 years Money'beck gUIf.nt.
for He knew no sin. The best ex-
ture is stiff. Bake in slow
oven Send for Copy of This Cook Book.
(300 degrees) for 18 minutes. Entertaining is lots. of fun if you planation seems to be that in His
40-39 obedience to His Father He was willing -
Flaky Pie Crust. start with what Eleanor Howe calls to subject Himself to every ordi-

(Makes 2 pie shells) "arm chair preparation." In her unusual nance of God-a spirit which is not

mODERniZEWhether 1% cups flour and useful cook book, "Easy too common by the way, among.
& teaspoon salt Entertaining," she tells you how to His professed followers. He was nota Only
you're planning a partyor % shortening successful parties-from pic
remodeling a room should cup give sinner, but He took the sinner'splace
follow the advertisements.you..to learn 3 to 4 tablespoons ice water nics to formal receptions.To and thus He both"entered GOOD MERCHANDISECan

what's new...and cheaper...and Sift flour and salt into mixing get your copy of this clever upon His ministry and pointed for-
better. And the place to find out bowl. Add shortening. Chill 20 to cook book now, send '10 cents in ward to that day when God made CONSISTENTLY AclvertisecBUY
about is Be
new things right here in
this Its columns arc 30 minutes, then cut in the shorten coin to "Easy Entertaining," care Him "who knew no sin" to be "madesin
tilled newspaper.with important messages ing until it is about the size of peas. of Eleanor Howe, 919 North Michi for us" so that "we might b'e 9 ADVERTISED GOODS Q

which you should read regularly. Add ice water gradually, mixing gan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. made the righteousness of God in I

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,.r'' HAPPY BIRTHDAY Colitis Patient 1 ASK ME ) A Quiz With Answers
Mrs. Roosevelt Becomes 56; Must Acquire ? Offering Information

; I ANOTHER on Various Subjects
No. 1'. j
: : Dubbed Public Energy Calm OutlookBy .

I .; The Questions ,the spirit of mortal be' proud?"
't i r 1. What is a sampan? Can you give the second line?
I : DR. JAMES W. BARTON 2. What is the greatest depth of The Answers

1 + years the patient, with the Pacific ocean? 1. An Oriental boat.
colitis-slight inflammationand 3. What state always elects two I 2. The greatest depth of the
"Indians to the lower house of its Pacific ocean is 35,400 feet, just
irritability of the large legislature? north of Mindanao of the Philip.

bowel-was considered to have 4. What fish is commonly used pine isles.

: diarrhea due to | for filet of sole? For filet mignon? 3. Maine.
'h e yry, certain foods he TODAY'Swas 5. What state has most cities of 4. Flounder. Filet mignon is a
Y ;t wt1 Ac- 100,000 population or more? piece of steak.
4 %
-i : HEALTH 6. What federal body has the I 5.. Massachusetts.
cordingly, "soft"foods sole power to try impeachments? 6. The senate.
were preCOLUMN 7. Here is the first line of a well- 7. "Like a swift-floating meteor

scribed togetherwith known poem: "Oh, why should a fast-flying cloud."

an enema of oil or water
daily or every other day.

Recently it has been learned By

that these patients are of the HOW to SEW RUTH WYETH

nervous and emotional type SPEARSHpHE

and, in addition to soft foods,

they have been advised to try
> a Y uowb suggestion for colors for the whole .
I to acquire calmness of spiritby BtUEe room.

Ij j ,facing their problems bravelyand r- C-6REEN cl IJINEt Whatever the materials used you
working out the
analyzing and RED -5" will have fun planning the stripes.In .
instead of being worried or
L I case you should want to use
) afraid of it.
short lengths of goods for the foun-
4/ In some 'ways it is unfortunatethat b zIh 3 dation part of the curtains, stitch
the colitis and its cause
w have ( cnb these together with the seam on
-emotional I the right side; then place a stripe
On October 11, Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt marks her fifty-sixth been so freely discussed,in as the dit :,over the joining.
birthday. No longer surprised at her amazing energy, the nation has patients symptoms are not se- l y b C .Gd There are 32 other homemaking
rroi'-n tn admire her. Above: She introduces her husband at the New vere and yet they -ly ideas in the booklet which Mrs.

York World's fair grounds. are afraid that they llll Spears has just prepared for our
1 v. NA OW C
will and readers. All directions are clear-
waste away BANDS WIDE
., f S. die because of the ly illustrated. You will be delighted -

.. : a? persistent diarrhea. first curtains of this kind I to own one of these new book-
4 Some very good ever saw were made, of the lets. Enclose 10 cents in coin with
zcgjq 'g ( / advice for physi- long pieces of good material left name and address, to Mrs. Spears,
( / cians, patients and at each side of a sheet after the 210 S. Desplaines St., Chicago, Ill.,
others is given by center part had begun to wear. and booklet will be postpaid by
Lr Walter C. Alvarez, These were dipped in dye'to make return mail.

M1qu& Mayo clinic, in Ohio a soft cream color'for the.foundation -

Dr. Barton State Medical Jour- part of the curtains. Wide Keep your body free of accumulatedwaste
I nal. Dr. Alvarez has stripes of gingham and narrow take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel
done research work on the intestine ones of prepared bias trimming! lets. 60 Pellets 30 cents.-Adv.

i41r for many years and has been ableto were then stitched in place to
show that while some healthy in- make stripes. The chart shows Shining Character

dividuals have two and even three the colors that were used and Character must be bright as
bowel movements daily, there are gives the widths and spacing of well as clean.-Chesterfield.
others who have bowel movements the stripes.Of .

just two or three times a week and course, you will have some
.' appear to be just as healthy. In ideas of your own about the

regard to colitis or sensitive colon, stripes and colors. Perhaps you SOUR TEMPERS
Dr. Alvarez says: can copy the color scheme of the
2 "The more I see of persons witha rug in the room or the wall paper.
sensitive colon-colitis-the less I, Or colors in a picture may offer a '
want to treat the bowel and the MADE SWEEfWhen [

more I want to treat the,patient. Do
pI not tell the patient he has colitis
, : unless the bowel is ulcerated and Strange Facts you are cross, irritable, and

.._'__....'_.. ._.n--m"-"n.-'" ---._.. ____; .._...._________ inflamed. We should tell these pa- grouchy the coffee; ,when the eggs you, find the bacon fault,with and
tients with sensitive colons that they I Amused the Ladies the cook, you may well suspect that
A favorite with photographers, Mrs. Roosevelt has few inhibitions.At will probably always have it, thatit Contract you have a touch of biliousness or
the left she swings mightily to christen the transatlantic Yankee will never injure them nor kill Life Stage so-called "Torpid Liver," so preva-
Arthurdale W. Va. them and it is to them to learnto Mongolians Harked oAs lent in hot weather. All you may
1\ Clipper. At right: She presented diplomas at up need is a little calomel, or better
school, then swung her partner in the dance that followed. More active'' live with it and 'avoid the things .still, "Calotabs," the nausealess calo-
shattered that make it more irritable. late as 1921, twelve hundred mel compound tablets that make
President's Mrs. has
than previous wife, Roosevelt prece
I any
Dr. Alvarez suggests a "quieting" clergymen, representing fifteen calomel-taking a pleasure.
l dent. U. S. polls have rated her more popular than her husband. medicine before a dinner party to denominations, met in Philadel- Calotabs give you the combined
effects of calomel and salts, helping
prevent the bloating and desire 'togo phia to choose and promote a Nature to expel the sour, stagnantbile
to stool.Suitable. "moral gown -{or women." The and washing it out of the system.
I F *' creation finally selected was som- One or two Calotabs at bedtime witha
ShoesIlnportant ber in color, sacklike in design glass of water,-that's all. Next
morning your system feels clean and
4iqsr JI and reached from the neck to the refreshed, your head/Is clear, your
to HealthThere ground. The ladies were. merely spirit bright, and you are feeling
,: amused. fine with a .hearty appetite for
,(dN /" 4Y < c,' y/ appears to be a streak of breakfast. Eat what you wish and
/ / -f vanity in all of us, both men and go about your work or pleasure.
The longest term theatrical con-
%, women. I have in mind the shoeswe Genuine Calotabs are sold only In
tracts made at the present time checker-board (black and white) pack-
wear. are those issued by the Comedie ages bearing the trade mark "Calotabs.'"
j The age of the "pointed" toes was Refuse Imitations. Trial package ten
Francaise, the French national cents; family package only twentyfivecents
well past during examination of recruits theater in Paris. An artist who I at your dealer's (Adv.)
but the results in '
were seen ,
becomes a member of this com-
the deformities-bunions on the inner -
pany is obliged to sign an agree Come and Go Alone
side of the big toe and corns and

_......... __. .... _nnn_m________ hammer toes on the middle and out- ment to remain for.twenty years. i We enter the world alone, we
er toes, due to pressure. Still an- leave it alone.-Froude.
She came to the opening performance other' cause was the human desireto The ticking of a watch may be
4i of the "Lost Colony" at Manteo, have "small" shoes. About four heard at a distance of fifty feet
p/c 41 N. C., riding with her party in a CCC of every five recruits were wearing by placing it in the ,proper posi- MALARIA! -

pI :,a,. : truck. At left is the Spanish refugeelad shoes too short for their feet. tion before a parabolic mirror and If you are run-down and "no

..rrY4.s rrra,. 12-year-old Lorenzo, Murias, for Fortunately, about 25 years ago having the observer stand at the good" due to Malaria, try Winter-
whom she agreed to f act as foster .par-. one -or two shoe manufacturers be- point where the reflected sound smith's Tonic! Thousands of peopleall
; N.r si' children gan supplying "sensible" shoes, waves converge. over the South "swear by it"-
He is
of refugee
ent. one -
many the entire millions of people, for over 70
it which were straight lengthon .
living in France, supported partly the inner side right up to and years, have said it's the thing for
{ Ir*, r ,reRy I through private contributions. the "The Mongolian spot," is a Malaria.'. The small bottle costs
the toe
slightly beyond big ;
I ? : ; ; 4)) top of the shoe, while not exactly patch nearly of pigmentation all children of appearingon Mongo- only hat 50 ,it's cents-yet what you may need.convinceyou TRY

square, was "rounded" so gradually It at the low- Wintersmith's. That's all we ask.
to the 'outer or little toe that there loidpeoples.
J *
of the has a dark
er end spine,
was abundant room for all the toes WINTERSMITH'STONIC
color is about
blue or mulberry ,
to lie in a straight or extended posi-
the size of a silver quarter, and
instead of "curled"
tion being up
before the fifth .-
by the pointed or sharply curved
shoes.Vanity May Be Dangerous.It "

would appear, however, that .
\ the streak of vanity in all of us, I Iread
which shoe salesmen notice and pass WOMEN

"l'ajc on to manufacturers, has caused
some to begin to make shoes witha

.. little more "point"; they are have been able to
: : 4li: sides at the top.
} 1l 1----' :.' There is also the point in regardto
: !( women that with the present short GET NEW ENERGYIMPORTANT

I 1' skirts shoes are noticed more and

1'I I t tI it is only to be expected that women Medical Tests Reveal WHY Famous Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound

will appear wear small.shoes that make the feet Has Been Helping Weak, Rundown, Nervous Women For Over Half A Century!

Now, foot comfort means nerve If you feel tired out limp, listless, some food which your body uses
b nerves directly for energy-to help buildup
depressed-if your
comfort. Many a man or woman, moody
I ore constantly on edge and you're more physical resistance and thus
I with a pleasant disposition under losing your boy friends to more athdp calm jittery nerves, lessen female -
ordinary circumstances, becomes tractive, women-SNAP OUT functional distress and give you
-- peppy
shoes OF ITI I No man likes a dull, tired, joyful bubbling energy that is reflected -
irritable from wearing
;:: : : : very thruout your whole being.
!l enthusiastic social worker she an active interest in proj- that hurt the feet. If they are boundto cranky All you woman.may need is a good reliable Over 1,000,000 women have reported -
'll Income her wear.shoes that are neat but not famous Lydia E. marvelous benefits fromPinkham's
p.l ectb to care, for: { .types of unfortunates. from much.'oj tonic. If so try Results
; has for this Above she is shown placing a comfortable the only suggestion is Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
to writing gone purpose. Let it stimulate gastric juices to help should deligh you I Telephone your
I baby in the new portable incubator she presented to a hospital on I Ii that they wear a larger size. This digest and assimilate more whole druggist right now for a bottle.i' .
will give some measure of relief.
behalf of the Washington Variety club.
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workers with pensions and amounts J.: Herring, Supt 1 heed them if they claim to have ler, secretary; Betty McDuffie, News tried to contact the priest without Mrs. Mary Baker spon- ir (
The Clewiston I are being Increased each year. Fo Mbrning Worship 11 a. m. Ser treasurer;
success, for, if their cause is a
the most part these pensioners represent mon by the pastor. sor.
sincere and honest one, the local
sound, substantial, honest" 7:00 Arch The freshmen and sophomore
I B. Y. P. U. p. m.
Published every Friday In II pastor is always contacted by mail
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEW! I hard working people-mighty good. Hodges, director. before the arrival in town of said classes have not yet reported new

Inc. citizens for any' community. Evening preaching at 8 p. m. ser-\\ salesman or saleslady, and, If legitimate officers.
about i is
Another thing to think mon by the pastor. .: j a letter is prepared and The girls' division of the athletic -
KEAT1ILEY IJOWUKX Editor that these railroad men have bull Midweek service every Wednesday sent, by the priest to' the companyor association elected Margaret Von

up a wide acquaintanceship the R organization in sufficient timeto Rene Wethington,
evening: at p. m. Mach, president;
Entered us second class mail matte: ;years. During active service they W. M.. S. each 2nd and 4th 'I reach solicitors even before they vice-president; Betty Bailey secre-
the Post Office i I InCJewlst.on made friends with thou-
at .
1927 and
February 1. met church Mrs. enter the community.In The division
Florida, under the Act r.r sands of railroad' patrons. Most of day at 3:30 at the I tary-treasurer. boys
March 3, 1897.- I close R. Broadfoot, president. other words, make it -an iron- I elected Munselle Stone, president;
-- I them have friends a large and circle'relatives 111 The public Is cordially invited to I clad rule to contribute to no represented I J. D. Hooker, vice-president and

SiibHcrliitlon Rate $:.00 Per Ycnr.AdirrtlNlng personal attend all services Catholic cause unless a let- Hervey Bourne, secretary-treasurer.
their own community. Cottage prayer 'meeting :Monday; ,'I I ter from the local pastor is in evi-

Unto On Application. Bring them to Florida.' Trea I 9 a. m. Mrs. H. E. Walker's home. I I dence.

them right. Help them get comfortably Sunbeam meeting, Monday 3:30at I There are countless worthy Cath- Subscription $2.00 Per Year ,
and welfare : located and be neighborly and
advancement the church.W. .
Devoted to the .1
'. olic causes, Just as there are countless -
( of Clewiston and Hendry Count;) 'one will turn out a booster 3:30p.
every M. S. meeting Tuesday worthy causes' of other denominations \.
who will bring hundreds of other;;) m. at the church. This is the regular I' and we are always glad lit

The new sugar harvest season wil to Florida, business, meeting and also a I to help them when we can. But in kno:
two weeks from Monday and Some day a national old, age special program celebrating the ] order to protect both them and you 1)0 yoU

it open promises to be the biggest season pension plan will be put Into operation first anniversary of the local group. against religious racketeerIngdemand eoMf ,t

In way that the 'glades ha I with "oldsters" receiving a The new officers will also be Installed their letter of introductionfrom how
ever known.: substantial sum each month. Whe at this time. All ladles are the local priest. be to

this occurs, Florida will be in an cordially invited. Signed, Father Flynn. 1fou\

enviable position because of wha Junior Choir meeting, Tuesday or
of wInning
Cincinnati's chances build
the World Series pennant are get she has to offer the pensioner.The 7 p. m. at the church. HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES. I buy,

ting slimmer and slimmer Bueveryone few far sighted business lead Teachers and Officers of the Sun- I ELECT OFFICERS FOR TERM nt.e a
School, Wednesday 7:30: p. m. refin
will admit that the first ers who are to-day supporting the+ day

game; was a good one. Townsend Plan probably realize I Girls' Auxiliary meeting, :Thurs- I I Four of the classes of the. local ith

this and see this state and possibl: day 3:30 p. m. at the. church. high school have met and elected
I ?
Our Tigers lost their first game California as the real beneficiaries officers for the school term as fol- \ homeplan *

of the 1939 football season but by of any plan that will provide the OPEN FORUM I lows: 1

no wide margin and proved that old folks with sufficient funds to I Seniors .I
which defeats them has travel and visit or locate permanently -
team J. D.
any Munselle Stone president;
its hands. in this land of sunshine. Lawrence I Patterson l FULL DETAILS GIVEN...
a fight on Rev. Father J. Flynn Hooker, vice-president; Dick -

Encouraging and supporting pen pastor of Saint Margaret's Catholic I I secretary and Louis Leiter, WITH NO OBLIGATION

Our worry about digging bomb sion movements and extending 'a Church, has requested us to pub- I treasurer. I.

shelters in the Everglades in case cordial welcome to pensioners isn'such lish the following warning to the I I Juniors
noted by an exchange who a' screwy idea as some people Buyinq a home
of war is merchants of the community in particular I
might not also con- might think. Florida, above all othe; I I Dick Owen, president; Betty Bai- of is
wonders if we and to the members of the I your own I
muck with I states is in position to attrac ley, vice-president; Doris Hodges,
fuse the odor of burning a community in general: I I the finest type
millions of pension dollars and i it secretary.
poison gas. Every year about this time nu- of thriftClewiston
thi Grade
is nigh time she recognized Eighth
merous solicitors besiege this section -i
The Allies have apparently con- advantage and started going afte: of the country. They look upon ,Janie Brantley, president;. Lyn-

cluded that the only; dependablepeace this worthwhile business. Railway I Florida as a fertile field to dispense I wood Dixon, vice president; Mary Federal

plan is to rid the world of pensioners offer a splendid oppoi- ,their wares. Some of them are legitimate Mathis, secretary; Bobby Broadfoot

Hitlerism. The lid should blow off tunity. and represent reputable treasurer. Savings and LoanAssociation

pretty soon on the other side of the" companies and enterprises. Some of Seventh Grade

Atlantic. GOD'S POEM-OUR PARENTSWhilst them are fakes. And it is sad, but Christine Redish, president; Nicky :

true, 'that certain individuals haveno Schiffli, vice-president. Junior Kel-
Congratulations to the United seeking for materialA qualms of conscience about entering -

States' Sugar Corporation on an- poem to compose, into the nefarious trade of

other "most successful" season. I dreamed of things ethereal religious racketeering. Many; a well- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:.'.:..:..:..:..

Each annual report since the begin- When suddenly there rose meaning person has been duped by +

ning of operations shows a' more A beauteous sight, a lovely song, such frauds, posing as salesmen for x x
that than the Yet human, too: i
successful season year very religious publications or as agentsfor

season which preceded it. Dn rhythmic feet it moved along orphanages, hospitals, and what :;: A few head of unusually fine :i:

V God-made poem-You! not. In order to protect the public y A

.:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N..:N:N N:N:NNtN:M.I:N H N:M:N:..1 Yes, poems all good parents are, the lations Catholic concerning Church such has strict matters.regu-If :: horses will be offered for sale :;:

Reveal Creations' which work when surpassing scanned far, any person, man or woman, comes Ir October 11 at i iy

Too. Late To ClassifyBy Penned a by a Master's'Hand;. Catholic to you claiming institution to or represent enterprise any, Wednesday, ,

RUSSELL KAY \Their Me readily sacrifice can, see the love_ they. > _crave. demand letter that from such the person local show Catholic youa I ==i: LaBelle's Slate Livestock Market '. :i:;

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:0..:":' From cradle to' the very'grave priest vouching for his -or her in- y ..

Are God-made poetry. tegrity. If said person cannot show ] y y fy
Editor M. D. Baer: of the Florida such a letter, do not waste I ..1..r .
Dispatch of St. Augustine, publishedin Through tears and laughter, sun- your you good time .or money. Neither I .':..'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNN. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ...:..:..:..:..:..:':':..:..:..:..:..:..:N:1

the interests of railway employees shine, rain, _.-
---- - -
advances a suggestion that is through bitter task and sweet,

well worth consideration.Baer They trudge along and ne'er complain ';NN;N/N,..;.N.:.N...,:N/MN N:N:N N.:N N.N M.;NN.:N.N.:N N;;..:.N..:.N....'.:.".:.."..:.N..:.N..:...:..:..N..:..:..N..:.N.::.N.::.N.:.N.::.N.::.N.::.N.::.".::.N.::.N.:.N.:.N.::.IN.:..ti:N.:.N.::.N.::.N.:.N.::.'.-::.N.:'1:"N::"H:"1.::"N:N":"N::"N:"Ii:"1::"N::"IN:":".::"N:N"::"N:ti":"N::"N::"N::"N::"N::"N::"N::"N:N..:.N.::.M.)..

points out that there are :: : ....
A:. '
)n weary, measured feet.
today 123,000 retired railway em- .... yy
ployees drawing pensions of from No other poem e'er reached the A yy

$40 to $120 each month, while an- heart :i:::
other 150,000 are eligible to retire To serve such noble end; :::: ii

Many of these folks have other Income rood parents, only Godly art i ; ENJOY AN ....

supplementing their pensions. aid Godly mind can blend. ....

Freed from active service, these o' ; t n
God blends them, yes, with bright 1 ELECTRIC ...
pensioners are in a position to select = ,: ALL :-
sunrise .
most any location that appealsto ,,". ,. '.' '
And dusky twilight shade, :::i:
: .
them. In their "sunset of life"they ** "
naturally desire a healthful, 'hen opens foolish human eyes ..,. HOME I' ::11.S: 1
To see what He has made. ..:..1. t ; '.' ',. s's.
balmy climate where living costs ....s. ''.. ::::
And lo! like some fine tapestry, "
are nominal and out-door recreational : '
opportunities ,exist. The' threads drawn gently through, .:.s.i.::: Pc : '. >" .'"S ,l...',, ; .s".S"f.?
A masterpiece the world doth see- ._.:. Air'
No state, contends Mr. Baer, has od's poem! Parents-You! ....' : '
more to offer than Florida and Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn. .s....

urges that an effort be made by ;:!::j: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that
the state as well as individual com-
munities to establish colonies of Letter To The Editor _:;:::;:: takes care of both the work and the pleasures: of the :: :

these retired railroad workers pro- efficiently :i:::
quickly -
that will do everything
viding them with accommodationswithin ::::: home and one s ..
Clewiston Golf Club .s 1 :(
their means and recreation Clewiston, Florida, .:::i: and economlca 11 y. :A:
facilities that will appeal.He .
Sept. 29, 1939. xysY

that,suggests these elderly colonies, railroaderslike pointingout City.Mr. Keathley Bowden ::i::::_:: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :.;"::i:.

to be together. They are some- s. operate ++
Dear Keathley: ; two hours of safe reading light or,
::: gIve your eyes
what clannish and naturally' feel
I have just accepted the positio: is : :::
more at home in a community where of Maintenance Superintendent at :::;: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY. '=" .

other railroaders are located, for, .". of t h at use. +.}
the Indian Hills Country Club, one thing that gets cheaper the more It you
like old soldiers, they enjoy sitting ::::: :s .I..
Kansas Mo., and leaving
City, am ;
around recounting their experiencesover ; .
here in about ten days to take ov"er ...s.
service.many years of active railroad there October 15th.I :it.:: .. That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home ::1:

take this ... :s:::
want to opportunit;;) that all electric and d
Suppose some community seeking {..;. IS mo ern. A
to thank you personally, as well as
good citizens were to out after
go the entire News group, for the fin yyyy .!...
these folks in an honest, sincere .... ...
cooperation have extended me i ..
you .. :s:
to establish them as !
permanent while I have been here. It has, 1 ''+' .s. 1
residents. Suppose a colony of .:... -
1,000 were attracted to the com- assure you, been much appreciated ,. : :: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV :
The Indian Hills Country Club tone :::::
munity. What would it mean in
of the largest and most active
yAx ++
buying power? It would mean be-
clubs in Kansas City and I fee +
tween $600,000 and $700,000 a ::::::
quite sure my new connection Is go :_ ANT-USE IT 'EXTRAVAGANTLY.
year from Railway Retirement pen- :: AA
ing to be a very pleasant one. .:...
sions alone-and remember, +A
many; It has been a pleasure to have : A
of them have other incomes from AA AA
known and been associated will

investments. you, Keathley, and just remembe: yA'A.:.
Bringing these folks to Florida, the latch string is always out an;;}, '" .. -.
Baer contends, is not a job for the :. '
:: AUV ii iiI
passing ,
time you may happen to be ii -
I : :
slick real estate promoter or those i
through K. C. :::::
concerned only with the sale of real

ity estate itself., but While rather, the of income the commun-of these With Sincerely kindest, personal regards, I !=. Co. ii 11

is pensioners nevertheless individually dependable is ,small and, in it Don Young. II I,, Glades. Power and Light i

aggregate would mean a great ::+ .s..s.'
deal to any town that went afterit "The Friendly Church" .;.:s: AAyA

in the right way. Rev. H. G. McLeroy, pastor. vA AAI .s..:.

I Practically America today all of is pension minded. Corner Ventura and Central Avenue:!I '.'.. .....'........... ............... .. ...:...(...:.....<<.,.:.....x.-._......._....:..:.....w
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our larger indus- Services Every Sunday: ............. ... ........ ..:.. ..:..!.: 1 .....r.d.d : : : : +:-<'< : ..: 'M;.....+ ; :..; =+>
trie are provWtpg their rellrei Sunday\ c.b.ggi at 845; i a, m B, '";.;+;..tttt........;..XWXw*;.{=ww-vt"'X..h; ; ; ; ;..."'";.;..; ;.{..; t'1t"; "'''.'''''''';''. .'';+;';'' '' ; ;


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hnnA1t. OCTOEEU 6, 1889] '

Pendleton of 'LADIES AID SOCIETY MEETS Well, I thought It was funny! Is Your Subscription Paid?
::1 1 Rev Kent .
Editor's Note: The underwater
week-end in
I Myers spent the '
in Tarzan film, which
fr listen. Rev. Pendleton preached at I I scenes ;,
I Personals[ the Community Church Sunday I Mrs. J. J. Graham and Mrs. ;I. were taken at Silver, Springs make J.iVLCOUSE
J morning. II III M. Pafford were hostesses yesterda the picture worth while to every i :

I i'afternoon at the October meeting of Floridian. They are really beautiful < oun-selo'r and Attorney at LAW,

f Elkins Howard of Jacksonvlll I'the Ladles Aid Society which wa and the "son"-an Ocala boy-Ira ; Hopkins Building ;

spent the week-end here with his' held In the Community Church with; marvel.) \\" Parker Wilson left Tuesday for J Mrs. H. R. Hall presiding.
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and uan to 4:00
a visit with relatives in Frostproo Mrs. R. N. Smith. Mrs. Smith, Bobb Following the opening hymn. FOR Furnished
: apart
and Howard Smith and Mr. Howar Mrs. ,I. D. Leydig led a brief devotional .
: rlrs\VIi.: ere' ment. Available at once. Phone 76.
: Lanier i iI'
I Mr. and I spent Saturday in Miami. service. The reports of the '
visitors Sunday in Fort Myers. I I secretary and treasurer were pre F. L. Williamson.FOR Johnson's Fish Camp

I'' : Doctor and Mrs. B. A. Bourne' sented. Plans for the annual bazaa .

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis of Canal ,'tendered an informal dinner part;, were discussed. It was decided'that MODERN, PLUMBING I (Near Hurricane Gate)

Point spent Sunday in [on' Thursday evening to' Fathe: the bazaar would be held the firs Clewiston, Fla.

l Clewlston'l Flynn, pastor of the local Catholic, Saturday after the first hourly"pay- SCOW.
i B|. McCOLLUM Coats and Mots-Guide Service
besides Docto in December. Mrs. E. C. Mill
I. M. Pafford was a Church. Present, day : Reasonable
itor in Miami the first of the week i and Mrs. Bourne and family, wen Mrs. H. C. Jones and Mrs. R. H. Plumbing and Heating Rates
J I I ,\'. H. Johnson, Mgr.::
I Mesdames Eleanor Flynn and Catherine Knight were named a committee to Schult Apartments

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent Comiskey.' arrange for a place to hold the ba Clc Iftton, Florida I

Sunday in Fort Myers. I I iaar.
Ii i MRS. W. II. LANIER HOSTESSAT Several needed articles were donated : **.>
M :.V
Mr. and Mrs. T.' B. Shelley were< I EVENING BRIDGE CLUB I by members for ,the kitcher .:". : I!.
visitors In Miami for a few day; i board in the church. t f

this week. Mrs. W. H. Lanier was, hostess
The Society decided to establish REPEATINGt
Wednesday 'evening to members ol: I _:
in annual sum for the purchase oi : ..
Mr. and Mrs. W., D. Larrimore of; If Ifi the evening bridge club. Mrs. T. B. books for the study groups. ... ,. ,.: ... .f
Pahokee were guests of Mr. anc Shelley and Mrs. R. C. Nowling were .i. ...' :.
i ; Mrs. R. H. Knight, assisted bj .. .'..',. .s..
Mrs. A. W. Sias recently. : winners of first and second prizes ;' .'; -
i Mrs. F. D. Duff and Mrs. W. C. .z. iy
\' i Both prizes were bath towel sets.A y VY
Prewitt, presented an interesting
Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. T. H, fruit salad course was served ?
I Alaska and India.
)program on r
Stone and Miss Billle Hooker were jy the hostess to Mrs. Shelley, Mrs. That the supply of resales available is
; visitors Friday In West Palm Beach fowling, Mrs." R. C. Wilson, Mrs. Those attending were Mrs. Duff,, :i: '
Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. J. J. Graham, = :s:
El. H. Turner, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. : z
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Rodri Roy Alston, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder,, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. H. C. Jones, z :f
guez were visitors Saturday in Fort ind Miss Mae Palmer.y Irs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. A. H. King, :;: dwindling rapidly-A word to the wise- '

Myers. i tfrs. W W. Perry, Mrs. W. C. Prewtt !

Mrs I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Joe .:.
I SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. J.H. ? ---- rz
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers of ENTERTAINS WITH SUPPERThe bobbins, :: '\ ::
Mrs. E. T. Hurst, Miss ..';
Miami spent Thursday on business Morrison, + ;:. a I
I Jean Patterson and Rev. and Mrs.
here. Adult Sunday School classf '
.' I Il the Community Church entertained Cent Pendleton. : I Ix

l Mr., and Mrs. P. ,G. White of Canal i with a spaghetti supper at J. E. Beardsley

Point were week-end guests of I BIRTH
he church Tuesday evening, com
Mr. and Mrs. G. T..Augur. plimenting the Clewiston school _z. I
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cato of Mimi .;. Real Estate ;

Mrs. rF. R. Maxwell returned to I acuity. .' are parents of a baby, girl, who :=
Before supper was, served the :: BETTY SPICER !!
Miami yesterday after visiting her I and was born Tuesday. The baby weighd i; ART LAWRENCE '
daughter, Mrs. G. E. Etherton. I quests; enjoyed group Members of the 8 1-2 pounds and has been t
everal games. amed Frances Geraldine. Mrs Cato .:
and :i: HOPKINS BLDG. PHONE 66 :
lass members of the faculty
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling and I ras Miss Mary Warren before her = yy
heir husbands and wives were in-I y
Wednes- larriage.
Mrs. J. L. Whitaker spent y

day in Fort Myers. ited.The guest list included R. W. I *.jMj-J N J N J JwJ N J-JwJ-J N J-J N J N J..J-:11 N:N N:..:1.:N N N:N:..:N..:N N N N-:N N-:N:1.:N:N:M:M:N N:..:N:N N N:-:N>
Turk, Robert Lado, Ernest Hall, I IMr.
Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor HRTHDAY WITH PARTY
and Mrs. E. H. Holstine, Mr.
left Saturday for Fort Lauderdalefor I
: ,
a stay of several weeks. and Mrs. J. E. Baker, Mr and Mrs. Grace Ward celebrated 'her 10th I

Vallace Arey, Mr. and Mrs. Mack I birthday' Friday with .a party at I Ithe

Mrs. P. S. Fagan is the guestof Greene, Miss Evelyn Burhans, Miss home of her parents, Mr. and !
and Mrs. G. B. I
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Ruth Irs.[ A. O. Ward.
Thomas, Miss Evelyn Bell, Miss I 0
and Mrs. A. L. Hackett.Mr. I IMr. Several games were played during -
Alice Steinholtz, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn
the afternoon. Gene Mills won
r [ and Mrs. J. H. Doty, ,Mr. and '
and Mrs. H. 'S. Gove, Jr., of a pen and pencil set as high prize'at
Irs.[ A. W. Dodge, Mr
Moore Haven spent Sunday herewith .
Manning Keene, Drr:. and Mrs. J. W.
Mrs. G. H. Brown.
7 Belle, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham, yellow and green color scheme i

and Mr.[ and Mrs. Arthur King, Mr. and was carried out and ice cream and
McGehee I
Mrs. J. A.
Mr. and trs. I. M. Pafford, .Mr..., and Mrs. ake were: served- ,... .y .. ._
a ..,.../ Pat McGehee: spent Sunday In'Fort: :"7. ,\1-; Perry, ).Ir. and Mrs. B. C. Those attending were Jo Ann
Myers.Mr. I, 'lanlken, Mr. and Mrs. K. Bowden, Crouch, Carline Berner, Bobby Berer 0 .

Bill, have i I Mr. and Mrs. John Robbins, Mr. Gene Mills, Bub Mills Kim ,-
and Mrs. Myers
I and Mrs. I. D. Leydig,. Miss Marion : Kols'tad, Larry Royal, Margie Allen 6 1IB l
moved to Lakeland, where Mr. II 1111 When it rains,the patented deep emergency
Mrs. Leah' Spicer.; Thomas, Jo Ann Walker -
Myers was transferred by the A. C. Leydig and Mary[' Louise drain channel carries off seepage water in- -

L. Railway. I Richard Knight, Dale Crews, etantly and keeps the roof weather-tlght

1 UNIOR GIRLS' CLASS HAS ally Graham, Anthony Toulis, Billy and leak-proof. Only genuine Super Chan-

Land have PICNIC AND SWIMMING PARTY I II nulls and Johnnie Cothern. neldrain has the patented construction.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Only Super Channeldrain Roofing gives
moved into their new hqme whichis of the BE TAKEN: the extra long life of COP-R-LOYWheeling's -
I ,The Junior Girls' Class ROSE: ORDERS WILL 1 you
and San
located at Esperanza famous rust-resisting copper
ommunity Sunday School enjoyed EXT FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13th '
Jose avenues. I alloy. Super Channeldrain is also easy to ,;
a picnic supper and swimming partyt !I lay. We supply all needed accessories. !. :

Mrs. E. E. Jeffcoat and children I the LaBelle pool Saturday af- ]I Mrs. W. C. Owen, who is chair- Y
order for the Clew-
of the rose
iruoon. man
returned Sunday from a stay of a
Accompanying the girls were Mr. I is;ton Garden Club this year, an-
Au- I
with relatives
few months LUMBER COMPANY 'i".t
gusta, Ga. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. W. H. I ounces that she will be at home ROYAL (

I anier, Mrs. G. T. Augur and Mrs. all day Friday, October 13th, to
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Thomas have I Carl Berner. After a delightful I take 'rose orders for anyone who

returned to Clewiston to reside aftera swim in the pool the' party spread ishes to place their order through Prices Competitive

a picnic supper on, the banks ofthe the club this year.
stay of several months in Jeaner- I
ette, La. river. The price for the rose bushes is
Carol Augur which included ex- =- ,
Those attending were 5 i cents each, -

attended meetingof Anne Pafford, Marianne Jones, ress. Money must be paid at the ---
C. E. Miner a &-- I I
Control Carline Berner, Jo Ann Crouch, Ogle time the order is given to Mrs. .

Board the held Everglades In Pahokee Fire Wednesday and Billie Arnette, Jean Augur, Pat Owen. I ...-..-..............,..........................&.......................Co......>..>...,....,......&......,.........."................."......'......&.......,......."..

i' afternoon. Bailey, Mary Nell Christian, Sally The Garden ''Club each year takes .....- I'
raham, Betty and Gloria McDuffie, the initiative in placing a large I A h

Dixie Poole, Jewel for rose bushes, I Z
Business visitors who spent the I Mauryne Prewitt, group order : I

week-end at the Inn included C. M.I Poole, Barbara Murphy, Mary ''Louise by: obtaining a wholesale rate.there-l.t.t 'z.y

Hllliard of Jacksonville, and G. Thomas Grace Ward, Shirley' Owen, year the Club is not : yi

I Doris Hatch and Cleo Scott. order to members, and anyone s
Clinch of Tampa.Mr. B'I
wishes to purchase roses throughthe
and Mrs. Solon, Crews and I JIMMY JOHNSON HOST AT club, may do so by seeing Mrs. CL f

Miss Alma Crews of. Fort Myers I I THEATRE PARTY ON BIRTHDAY Owen next Friday. .

were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
C.I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson enter- MOVING INTO MOVIELANDby II.t.
Mills Sunday. .. COUPSp" it!
tained a few playmates of their son, Dick Owen : '

Jimmy, Friday evening with a .. ,
and Mrs. Ward j
Mrs. Ralph
Wood .. .... 'I,
celebration of Son" finds Itself :
Roberts of Moore Haven spent theater party in "Tarzan Finds a .:. ( .!
'I I Thursday here with Mrs. Roy Alston Jimmy's 7th birthday. here this Domingo and Lunes A.i'

After. attending the show the (Sunday and Monday in English) i.b- ).

guests enjoyed refreshments of but you will 'find it the usual *

Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Doris Simmons pineapple marlowe and cake at' the :zan entertainment-Africa plus Tar-'I ;i. '

and Mrs. W. H. Warren and I Johnson apartment. Guests included pets, such as nice purring :

' I Richard Knight Charles Ben- blinky tigers, and roomy .+.
daughter, visited in Miami Tuesday. __ .
\ and Wednesday.Miss bow, Alfred Dodge, Kay Bowden amusses, or hippopotami, hiPpopot-1 .:. _
'and Bobby Smith. I thing.

! Marcia Avant, Miss Roberta Johnny ,Weismuller takes the to the Public

1 George, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. DyalBetheaMiss I lead and a mate, Maureen O'Sulli- 's; Open ii 1:
who s
it's not Tarzan
i Blanche Turner and Mrs. Gratton van. Really ?,

George were visitors Thursday inWest I does the finding, but MGM. Watch ..'
I Palm Beach. Violet Bethea, daughter of I the "son"! Without him and Ian .::. s s'j

I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bethea of South Hunter the picture-oh, use your .:.

i ? Mr. and Mrs. Judson Francis and Clewiston, and Davis Dyal, were own judgment on this. ..::..

baby daughter of Canal Point spent united in marriage Friday night in *j: _,
the weekend here with Mr. and a ceremony performed at the homeof Remind me, someone, ,to tell Mrs. 1

Mrs. A. O. Ward. Mrs. Francis and the bride's parents: by Rev. H. Davis to keep her "coming" pictures :: I Iy .

the baby remained until Tuesday. .G. McLeroy of the First Baptist posted so I may know what to re s

Church. view. .
I Rev. Father Lawrence J. Flynn The couple's attendants were Mr. Moderate Gree Feel '

\ pastor of Saint Margaret's Catholic I II and Mrs. Don Carlisle, Only the Someone' suggested, when I told .z.

: Church was a business visitor In immediate families attended, the her that "Gone With the Wind"would :;: Exceptional Fairways
I Il Atlanta
Arcadia last Tuesday. While there ceremony. be premierred in ::
Father Flynn renewed acquaintance Mr. Dyal is a nephew of Mr. and sometime this month, that we hitch- ;: Interesting Greens .;.

Davis and 'is employedby hike and double-date-she with .t' ,
l with his former parishioners and I Mrs. W. A. up I .

I'It.'t'6- of had friends been In DeSoto stationed County prior where to his he his the bride sugar are re.sld.ln5.corporation.< on th He Moore and Clark Lombard' Gable(Gable, and)', I who with are.. Carole io, be. II./ -; .....,."'.............Ii...'.N t i.T...!....!...',N..-..N...i...;Ii..1..N....,.1:.-1i."..N.t11i-, .-.........,.N.N.!....N/N! ..N/N. ..N..N N.N/N. ...lIt.

I I 64rIa to plpwl@icn, Iiavep road, ,_ present! a the premier J> .

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;- Chink to Mick in Flash J )

Hollywood tycoons are beating
drums and singing words of praise

these days for a man by the name
The DIM LANTERN of Jack Dawn. They jubilantly

claim that Mr. Dawn has extended -

possibilities of the
the screen
., '
'. 'arhousand-fold'by creating
.- j I : 'r' a plastic -
.- makeup' that 'makes any film

characterization effective. It is accomplished -
By TEMPLE BAILEY :: by the use of rubber-

like masks that are sensitive to all

facial movements. By using the
new makeup it is no unusual occurrence -
i to make Chinaman into

I an authentic Irishman in a few

CHAPTER VIIIContinued13 "Sorry," said Baldy, crisply. "I He put his cup down and leaned He had been dismayed at the news minutes., Writing in the Woman's

am sending it off tomorrow." towards her. "You are more thana of Jane's departure. "Do you mean Home Companion, Mr. Dawn says

"Nothing is too good for you, "How much is the prize?" child to me-a beloved woman. that you are going to stay indefinitely that if you will give him 10 min-

Jane.. I can't say it as I want to "Two thousand dollars." Jane, you needn't be afraid of ?" he had asked over the wire. utes you won't recognize yourselfin

Say it, but you'll never know what "I will write a check for that me I want you for my wife!" "I shall stay as long as Judy the mirror.

you seemed to me on Sunday as amount if you will let me have, Her astonished eyes met his. "But needs me."

you came through the mist." this." we haven't known each other a Frederick had flowers for her,

Evans' voice shook a little, but he "I am afraid I can't, Mr. Towne." week." books and a big box of sweets.' Peo

recovered himself in a moment. "Why not?" "I couldn't love, you more if I ple in the Pullman stared at Jane

"Here come the Townes." He rose "Well, I feel this way about it. It had known you a thousand years." in the midst of all her magnificence. .By burning 25%slower than
as Edith entered with young Bald- isn't' worth two thousand dollars. "Mr. Towne-please. He was They stared too, at Towne, and at
But if I win the prize it may be very close to her. Briggs, who rushed in at the last the average of the 15 other

win.After that Evans followed Baldy's worth that to the magazine-the ad- "Kiss me, Jane." moment with more books from of the largest-selling brands
of hospitality. : vertising and all that." She held her slender figure away Brentano.
lead as a dispenser
The.two of them passed cups, passed "Isn't that splitting hairs?" from him. "You must not." Edith and Baldy were on the tested-slower than 'any of

thin bread and butter, passed little "Perhaps, but it's the way.I feel." "I must." platform. Edith had come down them CAMELS give a smoking

cakes, passed lemon and cream and "But if you don't win the prize "No, 'really, Please," she with Towne. So Frederick, alone plus equal to

sugar, flung conversational balls as you won't have anything." was breathing'quickly.. "Please." with Jane, said, "I want you to thinkof

light as feathers into the air, were, "No.: She was on her feet, the tea-table the tlings.we. talked about yes-

as Baldy would have expressed it, "And you'll be out two thousand between them. terday" 'r
"the life of the party." dollars." The lion in the Zoo was He" saw his mistake. "Forgiveme. "Please, not now. Oh, I'm y kti ,

"Something must have gone to snarling.And afraid-" '
Casabianca's head," Frederick above him, breathing an up- Her candid eyes met his. "Mr. "Of me?, You mustn't be."

Towne remarked to Jane. "Have per air, was this young eagle. "I'll Towne, would you have acted like "Not of you-of everythingLife. -

you ever seen him like this?" be glad to give the sketch to you if this with Edith's friends?" e." ,:xrh .

"Years ago. He was tremendously it comes back," said Baldy, coolly, Edith's friends! The child's innocence He took her hand and held it.
attractive." "but I rather think it will stick." Adelaide's kisses went for a "Is there anything else] can do for

It was, in a a dreadful moment song. Eloise frankly offered hers.
"Do you find him attractive now? way you? Everything I have is-yours, ,, t 1n3C%
with a touch of annoyance."I for Towne. There was young Edith was saved by only: some in- you know-if you want it." t

find h m-wonder "-her tone Baldwin sitting on the edge of the ner grace. He had to leave her.'then, with a

was defiant-"and I've known him table, swinging a leg, debonair, de- "Jane, they are not worth your final close clasp of the hand. She
little finger. I put you above all. him
all my life. saw presently standing beside
"If you had known me all your r On a pedestal. Honestly." 'And I Baldy on the station platformthecenter
life would you call me wonderful?' want you to marry me. of the 'eyes of everybodythe rh
She looked at him from behind "But I don't love you. great Frederick Towne!
"I'll make I have
her battlements of silver. "How do "you. everythingto As the city slipped away and she

I know? People have to prove them- give you. leaned her head against. the cush-
H tT! fl4Iftklll Had he? What of Robin Hood and
selves. / ions and looked out at the flying
Fol- Galahad? What of youth and youth'saudacity
Dr. Hallam had driven Mrs. fields-it seemed a stupendous thing

lette over He rarely did 'social i z high resolves, flaming that a man like Towne should have

stunts, but he liked Jane. And he r- dreams? laid his fortune at her feet. Yet'
She felt of this sub-
had been interested enough in Evans r she had no sense of exhilaration.She .
.. consciously. But she would not have
to want to glimpse him in his / h liked the things he had to offer
1 been a feminine creature had she
new role. -yearned for them-but she did not
not felt the flattery of his pursuit.
Strolling up to the tea-table, he ivJ want him at her side.
"Jane, ,I'll make life a fairy tale.
was aware at once of a situation In her sorrow her heart turnedto
which might make for comedy, or We'll travel everywhere. Sail the boy who had stumbled over i.Igry .
for It evident strange seas. Wouldn't you love it the
indeed tragedy. was words, "If my blundering pray-
that. Towne was much attracted to -all those countries you have never ers will help you-"
seen-and just the two of us? And ,
little Jane Barnes. If Jane recipro- She found herself sobbingthefirst
all the places have read about?
cated what of Follette? you
young tears she had shed since the
And when we come home I'll build
"I saw Mrs. Laramore yester- arrival of the telegram.

day," "he said, abruptly, "lovely as ?Mr you with -a a great house-wherever garden." you say- 'When she reached Chicago, her

ever- brother-in-law, Bob Heming, met
He was eloquent, and the thingshe
"Yes, of course. Towne wished '*
'woven her.elJudy's holding her own, he
into the
promised were
that Hallam wouldn't'talk about... Ad- said, as he kissed her. "It was no,
woof of all her girlish imaginings."I .
elaide. He wished that all of the "
end of
good to
you come, Janey.
ought not to listen, she said,
others would go away'and leave him "Have you a nurse?"

alone with Jane. tremulously.But "Two. ,Day nurse and night nurse. J 4
he knew that she had listened.He *
Laramore said Jane
"Mrs. unexpectedly And a maid. Judy is nearly frantic
was wise enough to leave it-
"makes think of the
me there. about the expense. It isn't good for
lady of Shallott. I don't know why. her either to That's half
I worry.
He rose as he heard the others
But I do. I have really never seen the trouble. I tried to make her get
back. "Will ride with
such a beautiful woman. But shedoesn't
help, but she wouldn't. But I
me tomorrow afternoon? Don't be
seem real. I have a feeling "
blame that I didn't insist.
She him presently stand- afraid of I'll to be :
that if anything hit her, she'd break saw me. promise
"Don't blame yourself Bob. Judy
ing beside Baldy on the station good. ,
like china. and platform. "Sorry. I'm to have tea in town wouldn't. She told me she could
at her Edith
They laughed ,
with Evans." get along. And when Judy decidesa
said, "Adelaide will never break. fiant. And Edith laughing in her "
thing, no one can change her.
"Can't break the
She'll melt. She's soft that she you engage-
as as wax. sleeve. Frederick knew .
ment?" "Well, times have been hard. And' W .
Then; pigeonholing Mrs. Laramorefor was laughing. He was as red as a s
"I don't break engagements." The business bad. And Judy knew it.She's .
more vital matters. "Uncle turkey cock.It "
cock of her head was like Baldy's.CHAPTER such a good sport. .
Fred, I am going out to" Baldy'sstudio was Jane who saved him from They were in a taxi, so when
; he's painting Jane. apoplexy. She was really inordi-
IX tears came into Heming's eyes, he
Frederick was" at once interested. nately proud of Baldy, but she knew made no effort to conceal them.
"Her portrait? mood. And she
the dangers of his
"Janey! "I'm just.about all in. You can't
"No. A sketch for a magazine
had her duties
as "Yes, Baldy." Jane sat up in bed, understand how much it means to
competition, Baldy explained. himself
wants to on
"Baldy see "
dreams still in her eyes. She had me to have you here.
I it? "
"May see the stands she said soothingly -
news been late in to There "And that I here said
for solitude getting sleep. now am ,
Baldy, yearning and "don't deprive him of that
Edith reluctant I ; had been so much to think of-Fred- Jane, with a gallantry born of his
gave consent. Mr. Towne.
pleasure, erick Towne's proposal-the star- need of her, "things are going to
"Come on, everybody. kind Jane
"Nothing of the exclaimed "
tling change in Evans- I be better.
So everybody, including Dr. Hal- her brother.
lam and Mrs. Follette, made their "Baldy, I won't quarrel with you "It's a telegram. Open the door, : The apartment was simply fur-
dear." nished and bore the stamp of Judy's
way to the garage. before people; ,We must reserve
She caught her dressinggownand good taste. A friend had taken
Edith and young Baldwin arrived that pleasure until we are alone.
first. "And this is where you work," "I'm not quarrelling." wrapped it around her. "A tele- the children out to ride, so the rooms

she said, softly. Jane held up a protesting hand., gram?" She was with him now in were very quiet as Jane wentthrough : titifl ? ':

"Yes. Look here, will you sit hereso "Oh, let's run away from him, Mr. the hall. "Baldy, is it Judy?" them.
that I can feast my eyes on you? Towne. When he begins like that, I "Yes. She's ill. Asks if you can Judy in bed was white and thin, .E

I've dreamed of you in that chair- there's no end to it." I come on and look after the kiddies." and Jane wanted to weep over her,

in classic costume. Do you know I She carried Frederick back to the "Of course." She swayed a little. but she didn't.HYou blessed old i

that you were made for a goddess?" I house, and Evans, looking after "Hold on to me a minute, Baldy.It girl," she said, "you're" going to get I II

"I know that you are a romantic them, said vindictively to Hallam, takes my breath away." well right away. I'I'
boy." "Old Midas got'his that time." "You mustn't be scared, old girl." "The doctor thinksI, may have to !

"How old are you?" she asked Dr. Hallam chuckled. "You don't "I'll be all right in a min- have an operation.: That's why I

him. ute. ." felt I must wire you.Judy was Ii
hate him, do you? Evans, don't let .a:
"Twenty-five." him have Jane. He isn't worth it." His arms were tight about her. anxious. "I couldn't leave the babies -

"I don't believe it. I'm 'twentytwo "Neither am I," said Evans. "ButI "It seems as if I should go, too, i. with strangers. And it was so

and I feel a thousand years would know better how to make Janey." important" that Bob should be at ..k:.'' I II

older than you." her happy." "But you can't. I'll get things his work. II I

"You will always be-ageless." Back once more in the bright little ready and ride, in with you in the "Of course," said Jane; "do you E I

She laughed. "How old is Jane?" living-room, Towne said to Jane, morning. I'll pack my trunk if you'll think anything" would have made me rpr.

"Twenty. Yet people take us for "May I have another cup of tea?" bring it down from the attic. I can stay away? .
twins." "It's cold." sleep on the train tomorrow." Judy gave a quick sigh of relief.

"She doesn't look it and neitherdo "I don't care. I like to see you The next morning Baldy went to How heavenly to have Janey! And

you." pour it with your lovely hands." bring his car around, and Evans what a dear she was with her air

The others came in and Edith I She spread- her hands out on the stood with his hand on the back of of. conquering the world. Jane had

went back to her thoughts.. He shining mahogany of the tea-table. Jane's chair, looking down at her. always been like that-with that con-

,wasn't too young. She was glad of "Are they lovely? Nobody ever told "You'll write to me, Jane?" quering air. It cheered one just tc

that me." "Oh, of course.", look at her. CAMELSLONGBURNING

The sketch of Jane was on an eas- His hand went over hers. "The He shifted his hand from the chair (TO BE CONTINUED)

el. There she stood, a slender figurein loveliest in the world." back to her shoulder. "Dear little

her lilac ,frock-bobbed black She sat there in a moment's girl, if my blundering prayers will First Successful Iron Ore Furnace

hair, lighted-up eyes-the lifted bas- breathless silence. Then she drew help you any-you'll have them." The first successful iron ore fur-

(ket with its burden of gold and pur- her hands away. Touched a little She turned in her chair and lookedup nace in the American colonies was i COSTLIER TOBACCOS

ple and green! bell. "I'll have Sophy bring us some at him. She could not speak. erected at Saugus Center near Lynn,

Towne stood back and looked at hot water." Their eyes met, and once more Jane Mass., in 1642, according to Indus- PUFF-
it. Jane at his side said, "That's Sophy came and went. Jane had that breathless sense of flutter- trial and 'Engineering Chemistry.An MORE PLEASURE

eome, of the fruit you sent." poured hot tea with flushed cheeks.He ing wings within her that lifted to earlier forge erected in Virginiain MORE, PUFFS.PER PACK

"Really?" Frederick had no eyes took the cup when she handedit the sun. 1619 was destroyed by the In-

,;lor anything but Jane, in her lilac to him. "Dear child, you're not Then Baldy was back, and the dians three years later. The development -
ifrock. Jove, but the boy had caught offended?" bags were ready and there was of the industry in Penn- I The Ads Guide You on

-the spirit of her! "I'm not a child, Mr. Towne." Her just that last hand-clasp. "God sylvania was given impetus by Wil- Your Shopping Tour

He turned to Baldy. "It is most lashes were lowered, her cheeks bless you, Jane ." liam Penn who controlled several
.unusual. And I want it." flushed. Frederick Towne was at the train. ,ironworks in Sussex, England.

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Work Whitehurst last week at circuit closing the Moore Haven plant un- amounted to $1,643,070.40. 689.91; Sarasota, $7,862.30; Sum- '7d\'
Soil Conservation I rrt"1
court to 2 years at Raiford after a til such time as there was another These payments did not include ter, $21,536.94.

jury found him guilty of assault opening. As soon as the opening parity payments to sugar cane grow-
O. K'd By. Conference with Intent 'to commit manslaughteron occurred the change was made and ers and when these are included the Livestock Sale To Be

his wife Ruthie. neither Mr. McGehee nor Mr. Gove government checks for Glades-Hen-

Gainesville-A program of work I McCray had pleaded not guiltyto had any previous knowledge of the I dry are far ahead of any other Held October 11.

for the federal soil conservation I[ the butcher knife stabbing which change. I I area. The total of all checks

project now being set up in the occurred sometime before midnight Mrs. Gove, a former teacher In I I handled through the office of County -

Everglades was approved In a, con [March 5 in the backyard of the I II the ClewJston school, a sister of I I Agent G. C. Hodge here was The second sale at LaBelle's

ference here last Friday between I I home where the woman was living. G. H. Brown and a sister-in-law of I $758,743.49 of which- $664,762.45 State Livestock Market will take
regional and state representativesof I I I at the time. The couple had separated G. L. Royal of Clewiston, will leave I went to sugar cane growers. A por- place Wednesday; October 11, and
the Soil Conservation Service |i a short time previously. Attorney for Eustis within the next week or tion of this amount, was to growersof Manager J. C. Jackman announces'

and the Florida Experiment Station. I E. M. Magaha of Fort Myers j ten days to join Mr. Gove who left Palm Beach county but a comparatively there will be approximately 40.0

The proposed proposal will be sub- represented the defendant. I' Moore Haven immediately for his small part, as the United II head of beef cattle' and veal, a carload -

mitted to Department of Agriculture Sentence was passed shortly be- I, new location.Moore State Sugar Corporation of Clewis of hogs and 15 horses. put up
officials in Washington, and to the fore Judge Whitehurst recessed ------ ton received the greater part of the for auction. ,

Everglades Fire Control Board, a court until October 12, when the Haven Defeats- sugar payments, more than a' half I Livestock from ranges Hendry, a
million dollars.Independent .
state agency recently: established case against former tax collector Glades, Lee and Collier counties will
which is expected to cooperate in I Frank A. Dougherty charged with growers of Glades be put on the block and the sale is

the work: misuse of state and county fundsIn (Continued from Page One) I Hendry and Palm Beach county who scheduled to start at 1 p. m, withA.
C. D. Gunn, state SCS coordinator office on which a jury Sept. 26 I participated this ,year in the sugar C. McNurlen of Umatilla as
said that until the program is could not agree on a verdict will ried around right end for the sec-\\parity payments were: J. M. Couse' auctioneer f
approved in Washington and accepted come up again for retrial. ond touchdown and ran the R. E. Kurtz, John Tiedtke, J. E. Manager Jackman said that the
Control Board, over for the conversion.Both { Frierson, T. P. Adair, Glenbee Cor-
the I
by I cattle and hogs were in very good
he is not at liberty to give out details School Selects i teams played a clean gamE poration, J. E. Beardsley, R. M. i I 1 condition and that the horses were
concerning it. In general, however and there were only one or twc I 1 Bishop, Harley Watson, C. H. Ber- unusually fine. At the first sale
I called the after iner, W. R. Hooker, Luther Jones
during '
he said it will deal largely penalties
TeamsR. which was the highlight!: ,of openingday
Intra-Mural -- -- ---- --
and I. J. Cowan. L.
E. Farnam with
with water control on cultivatedareas :noon.: Blcldng'v"as\ exceptionallygood ceremonies August 2, fourteen
of the Everglades through I and the Moore Haven team I! 32 acres and F. Lynn Gerald with horses were auctioned, 10 of which

which it is hoped to make the pea'tand W. Turk-, principal and coachof I I showed a couple of good roken.1field 55 acres will this season join the went to riding academys on the east
to loss I runners in Sealey and Leath I group of independent growers and
muck soils less subject the Clewiston school announces 1 coast, 7 to Fort Lauderdale and 3
will be entitled to the benefit payI I
and natural oxi- Slonaker and Hooker proved an
through burning this week that the junior and senior to Miami. At that time cattlemen
out that this is effective passing combination for ments. T. W. Weeks, W.. H. Janesof
He pointed
dation. high school boys have been divided of this section collected checks
field of endea- the Tigers and :flunsehe Stone, captain Orlando and Glen H. Williams r
an absolutely new into six different groups for the amounting to $6,409.59 from the
vor for the Department. carrying out of an intensive pro- or the Tigers played a goon have each planted ten acres to harvest sale of 383 cows and steers while
In 1940 so will not receive the
"Both national and state, officials i gram of intra-mural sports during game at half back. I' the horses went under the hammer
parity payments until the 1940-41
are aware of the 'great havoc al- the school term. I While only two of last year's I bringing $1,090. Tops for calves
ready wrought and which may yet I I All athletic contests, which will regular squad returned this year, I I was $6.90, for cows $5.50, steers'
be worked through the destructionof I'start with touch. football and con- the new material has developed rap- The following in soil $6.20, while canners and cutters,
fertile Everglades soils by burn- Idly under Coach R. W. Turk and a conservation payments were received brought $3.25.Jackman .
tinue into basketball, volleyball,
"It Is hoped little experience will make by other South Florida counties: 1
declared. more
Ing, Gunn track, baseball and other sports, has arranged to have
through this new federal soil con- during the regular them strong adversaries for any Charlotte, $7,562; Citrus, $1862.04; buyers on hand representing packing :'
will be played
to help prevent I team in the circuit. DeSoto, $22,735.66; Hardee, $40-
servation project, daily physical education period. Each I houses in Miami, West Palm
fires. It will be carried on in cooperation I victory will; be counted by, points The starting line-up for Clewistonwas 141.62; Hernando, $4,395.62;; Highlands Beach, Jacksonville, Tampa and
$36,335.45 Hillsborough,
with the Fire ControlBoard and at the end of the term these Felix Slonaker and Sam Langat Ocala as well as several smaller.
which is now ,planning and I I points will be totalled to show the ends, Davis at center, Stone and $48,532.80; Lake $61,115.35;, Lee- South Florida plants.Is .
Collier, $10,394.68 Manatee, $15-
itself to extinguish fires
equipping winning group. Hooker In the half back positionsand
875.22; Okeechobee, $1,891.18 ;
that do occur. Substitutes
The junior high's three teams are Ahney as quarter. Pasco, $17,694.45 ; Pinellas, $16- Your Subscription Paid?
will be directed by C. made at frequent intervals I
The project composed of the following boys: were
'Davis, project manager who I with Bud Vaughn_ .Hmrnlp Davis.,. I
Kay: '
Team One; Paul Slonaker, captain -- - -- --- - - - -
recently set up headquarters at the 1 I Willie Smith, Homer Cox, ,Charles A. D., Frith, and Ed Von Mach I II '
Station in considerable action.
Everglades Experiment Surrency, Eric Belcher, Ernest Oliver seeing

Belle Glade. He will be assisted by Robert Hodges, Elbert Hooker, I The Terriers opening line-up was I FAMpUS HOMES IN HISTORY .
B. S. Clayton, who has been work- I Billy Perry, Sherwood Hall, Dick Billy Adkins and U. G. Moore at, .-...:.. '':."..

ing at the Glades Station for sev- I Elkins and Lynwood Dixon. Team end, Frank Close, center Tommy I .. '' .
eral years 'under an assignment from Two: Jack Waters, captain, Philip Leath at quarter, Edgar Lee and -; _, :. '.- -',<.'

the U. S.. Bureau of Agricultural McCloud, Martin Waldron, Bob J. C. Sealey halfbacks. James Lundy, .:." -".
Engineering but has now transferred Broadfoot, Sonny Vaughn, Leonard Robert Moore, Kenneth Nail, Harry \ ..>,; "

to SCS. I Moore, Bernard Leiter, Floyd Gei- Hooker, 'Earl Smith and Clinton ,-. ; .'. ."-,-

Gunn indicated that the amountof ger, Richard Hanna, E. J. Bussell, Yeomans saw action as substitutes. I )1 >
federal expenditures on the pro- I Quinton Smith and Jimmy Elmore. during, the game. I

ject during the current fiscal year, !'.Team Three: Carrol Redish, captain, 1 : '.. ,,: i-: ,

which ;will in no case exceed a $75- Nick Schiffli, Lawrence Guthrie, Glades-Hendry Area .

000 congressional appropriation will Guy Elkins, Lewis Blount, Jim .,. :: .
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depend somewhat on the amount Davis, Edwin Roath, John Robbins, ) .
Leads In Benefits
actually spent from the matching "Junior Kelly and Charles Liles. 'TktHorn* oft -
state appropriation for the Ever-. The senior high groups are not '
glades Fire Control Board. so large and are as follows: Team "HOME SWEET HOME"

Attending the conference here I I one: J. D. Hooker, captain; Dick According to figures released recently ..\.,, ,
of .
Friday were Gunn and Davis, R. M. Tarleton, Felix Slonaker, Paul Pul- by the Department AgrI- I
Ross and M.V.. Lowery of the regional len, Bud Vaughn and Gus Cantrell. culture, farmers of Glades' and Hen- This, was the home of John Yvui t

SCS offices in Spartanburg, Team two: J. B. Brantley, captain, dry county received next to the I ml'-I ; Howard Payne, author of one NOME
I in the state in
H. L. Leach of the Washington of- Munselle Stone, Charles Turner, largest amount given of
America's best loved
for soil conservation -
fice, Dr. W51mon Newell, Dr. R. V. John Bethea, Dick Patterson, Louis benefit payments songs

Allison and Dr. F. B. Smith of the .Leiter, Ed Von Mach. Team three: I practices. Only Polk county I L '
:Main Experiment Station and Dr. J. Harold Ehney, captain, Sam Lang, topped the Glades-Hendry area. Polk ; ? Let us:help you achieve the security '. -: .

R, Neller of the Everglades Stationin A. D. Frith, Bill Davis, Hervey farmers and citrus growers received j of ; \', ,
Belle Glade. Bourne, Dick Owen and Jimmy Hol- $132,063.73 while the checks received : and comfort of a home your own'

Today's conference followed an land. in this area' amounted to

inspection of the Glades by the SCS $93,981.04.

officials. Conservation work in ,the Glades-
I McGehee Takes-
I Hendry area was largely Improve-
BEAR BEACH XEGROSEXTEXCED 56 ment of pasture lands by the cattle Clewiston Federal Savingsand

TO TWO YEARS (Continued From Page 1) growers but a sizeable amount wentto

rCRA and later the WPA as district truck growers and a small portion I

C. M. :McCray, Bare Beach negro i engineer. His successful work to citrus growers. The total amount Loan Associationinrapnjjjii

was sentenced by Judge George W. 'I I I as agent made the company! delay paid out for this work in FloridaI

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