The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 10, 1948
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note:
Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note:
Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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I Pahokee PTA Will !Thousands Enjoy Enrollment Up At All-Star Cast Tells

RECENTOPERATIONS i Meet Monday, Sept. 13 Canal Point SchoolThe

I The Pahokee Parent-Teacher Dainty DelicaciesBoynton registration of 132 pupils at Labor Day CrowdOf

Association will conduct its first'
. the Canal Point School on Tuesday
meeting of the new school year in BarbecueMore Government IllsIt
i showed a slight increase over lastyear's
By Paul Rardin
I iI the high school auditorium oa enrollment according to

Monday Sept. 13. at 8 p. m. Mrs. .
than 20.000 people gath- Mrs. Wilma Lence. principal.The was a red letter day for Boynton -
D. W. Cunningham, president wil!;
Lemonade. Pickles, Barbecue. ered at Boynton Beach Monday to children were evenly divided : and Palm Beach county Monday -
,. preside at a brief business session
i Beans rye been 'em in among the various grades as follows when
seeing mv following which a reception will b' celebrate Palm Beach county's an all-star cast of higo
since blow-out at second annual barbecue. : First. 20; second. 22; third dignitaries, state and national
sleep Monday's held for the teachers of Pahoke all-county appeared -
24 and
Boynton when more than 20,000 Schools. A large attendance is More than 10.000 pounds of tastily 23. fourth. ; fifth sixth at the all-county barbecueto

folks gathered to celebrate whatis urged by PTA officials. barbecued beef and thousands ot 22.Mrs. tell Labor Day celebrants cf
Hattie Dixon cf
fast becoming Florida's outstanding . gallons of properly-sugared lemon- is manager governmental ills All of the out-
i Labor Day event. Big- ade disappeared in the less than the school cafeteria which openedon standing men in high state ariel

.* time officials were on every hand Phone Co. Has two hours that it took to feed the Wednesday.. . national office voiced proof that

Small-time officials were there crowd.It their actions had been only for betterment -

too. Even county commissioners Made An Effort To was an orderly jovial and Pahokee Schools of the country during
To say the barbecue was a successis cooperative crowd and thosein their tenure of office.U. .

putting it mildly! charge had only praise for th S. Senator Claude Pepper of
Have EnrollmentOf
, Better The ServiceFor manner in which every detail of Tallahassee U. S. Senator Spes-

COOPERATION! Folks in Boyn- the day was carried out. Folks in sard L. Holland of Bartow, Con-

.;, ton certainly found out the meaning more than two this line awaited their turn at ti3: I More Than 600 pressman Dwight L. Ropers of
of the word Monday. Men from years 12 feeding lines which were *n Fort Lauderdale and Go\ern:
newspaper has been bringing t i
! the Glades and every other spot . the county pitched in to make the I the attention cf the public and the workers from various towns on I|.I PaJe.k_ Schools opened ths rounded out the speakers rosteras

, day a big success. Highway patrolmen Florida Railroad and Public Uti- the east coa t. A harder-worki'lg.'week with an enrollment of more far as state and national officials -
!ties Commission in Tallahasseethe 'I.than 600 students according to a
} city police from all towns in and more cooperative bunch ot were crncerned Representing -
\ the county men from the sheriff "inadequate and inefficient"service I women workers could not be fourd report by Principal C. A. Camp labor on the program j -as G.

office and the sheriff, constablesand rendered in the PahokcCanal this side of Utopia. I At the high school on Thursdayof L. Gouge Southern Director of the

all arms of the law joined to Point area by the Southern The food and lemonade came upon last week the registration of American Federation of Lab.r
see that everything went off like Sell Telephone Company. trucK students totaled 284 with late ar- from Atlanta. Mr. Googe! cancelleda
a special man-powered
i For years every time it raineJ I rivals yet to register expected to
i. clock-work. The parking problem which made serving the 12 feeding speech on Boston
:in Canal Point trouble could be '
increase this number to more than
given a lot of consideration before lines child's play. Dozens ant Monday in order to participate in
the event-was handled mag- ,expected with telephone service. I Ii I workers cut 300. Registration by grades was ai the Palm Beach county feativitieLTbe
i We have relentlessly stayed in be- dozens sweating follows: Seventh 62; eighth 52; differences
nificently.LEMONADEf"To Pepper-Holland
the bean cans,
the beef. opened I
lind the telephone company: when ninth. SO; tenth. 49 eleventh-
.- .e Jara anl .. ; oar tb*.TafUHarUey issue did not
made for better snatched tops'fresst1e and 33.
they promises ser- twelfth.
Pete deMoya shredded the cellophane from reach the debating stage, but eact-
of Pahokee and Kenneth Lutz of vice. We haven't failed to remind around the loaves of bread. As if An enrollment of 71 children in I made his position quite clear.
abOut i I
them the alleged service for
the first the outstanding
grade was -
Lutz in Belle Gladego who aheadof
Pharmacy by magic the feeding lines were Sen. Pepper, came
which they charge big money. feature of the of
credit for an outstanding Joo replenished and not more than a registration Sen. Holland on the program
of lemonade making. They hada Now from District Manager fi dozen times was it necessary to I 321 pupils at the elementary schoolon had drawn a rousing applaud
C. Bowen of West Palm Beac'scomes
Tuesday. Since only two rooms
fire hose attached to a fire send an SOS to the kitchen fo- from the workingman's segmentof
hydrant and really turned out a a communication whicn more food. have been provided for the first the crowd when he declaredhe
may be of interest to phone subscribers grade at the school Principal Campo -
tasty drink with some elegant In- voted the bill and
free the lot against
in this section. It follows: Everything was
There aren't enough said it might be necessary! to
gredients. with the of bottled cold added:
"In Pahokee the number of telephones exception
another room for this
to tell groupto
figures on my typewriter has increased from 286 in drinks which were sold by the Boy There "Labor will be a strong and going -

you how many gallons of lemonade ,1940 to 651 on August I, 1948." Scouts under the direction of highBoy : was prevent a normal overcrowding.enrollment- the concern long after the Tails
actually made. It wa*
That boys statement was corroborated District Manager Bowen said. This Scout official of the count other grades-.second. 47; third. and the Hartleys are gone"Sen

good. all who tried it. has required the addition of considerable They did a land-office business and 53; fuorth, 54, fifth 53 and sixth, Holland, while centering
i new equipment and two the various troops made quite a 43. most of his remarks on the topic
neat profit to aid in carrying :In of Florida flood control tossed in
I I additions to the Pahokee building. I
The school cafeteria was opened
I'd like to give credit to each I! rebuttal that:
t a their splendid work.A a paragraph of on
The Company recently acquired ,
Jbv Mrs Ralph Stanley, manage,
and who had something the TaftHartley -
voted for
every person overhead :l one He said he
of telephone )
lot to allow for expansion bright sun was I I classroom work
to do with making the daya on Wednesday as friend and not
weatherfor bill "as a
facilities in the future.During day lone and it was ideal '
for all under
I start name grades got way. "
success. naming 1947 the installation ofa such an affair. Not a cloud put I I' . as an enemy of labor.
-the first thing I know Ill leaveout cable from Pahokee to Bell- in its appearance from sun-up Until "1 believed It to tic a bill for ail

someone and somebodv: will Glade was completed, and a cab? : sim10An and a better break in ,Moberg Tells Lions of the people, the organized and
fuss. There were so many fellows I he added
form Belle Glade to West' PartBeach the weather couHn't have beet the unorganized..
Of His
and gals mixed up in the success I ResignationRev. with, the occasion
was recently buried in tii wished for by those in charge.It I In keeping
of the affair that I'd regret it very opened with
much if I left one's name out. So. ground. This provides a complete was a grand day. Folk Carl A. Moberg., who has the peaking! program G o o g e.
cable all the way from Pahohee to the festivities.A i AFL Represents
to play safe I won't use namesI'll I I thorouehlv enjoyed I served as pastor at the Pahokee Launching at once into his subjectt.
just say that you've never seena West Palm Beach.-- ten-act floor show was put on First Baptist Church for the past' he chided Florida sharply for ft
more cooperative bunch of folks for amusement
than worked together to make theSecond Last Rites Will Be attendance. Later in the afternoon, i' te Tuesday luncheon meeting nf sometimes known a* "the Open
Annual All-County Barbecue on a lot a mile north of the barbecue the Lions Club.
Held For VeteranFuneral a rodeo was staged.; Shop Law.
an outstanding success scene Rev. Moberg has tendered Ira! I Congressman Rogers; told of ti-

services for Pvt. PaulR. . .. resignation:: a* pastor of the Pah'>- work he had done in an effort to

I'M NOT A MIND READER. A Kilpatrick. U. S. Army, who kee Church to accept a pastoral bring about Flood control in Flor-

citizen griped the other day about I was killed in action in France Pahokee Resident in Miami Beach Introduced by Ida. He received I warm appUu-t

her vacation trip of a month's du- Aug. 17. 1944. will btht'ld \t Duncan Padgett program chairman I when he concluded his remarks.

ration and the fact that no news' Christmas, Fla.. on Sunday. Aur. Publishes BookC. he gave a review of kls worK

item appeared in The Everglades 12. The body, being returned bv in Pahokee Under his leadership I
News about"It. I asked her if she the government to the homelani M. "Mack Todd of Pahok-e members of the First Baptist i Food Sale.pianned

told the editor or reporter about from foreign !soil will be> accompanied recently had a book -Echoes" published Church have built a new fellowship II
the trip. She admitted that she to Christmas by an honor in Arcadia Fla. The foreword hall a large modern churchschool By Canal Point WSCSThe

didn't. Then I asked her how, srt* guard of two soldiers by the author is self-explan and have completed plant

expected a news item to appea.- Survivors include the wife Mrs atory and is hereby reproduced: "1 for the construction of a new XVSCS of the Canal Point

In the paper if she kept her trip a Dorothy Kilpatrick. and son. John have written this story that I church auditonum He also assis- Methodist church will hold a bnk J

secret. For, after alt an editor i* Edward both cf Pahokee; mothec might lend a hand to help the ed in the organization and servedas fond sal on Saturday, Sept 25 at

Just another human being> with ordinary Mrs Hattie Kilpatnck. Christmas: negro race to a higher rung in Lb' teacher of an outstanding men's the Sunday Sebl building T.'*

intelligence but no unusual Irothers. James and Buster cf ladder, being well acquainted with Bible cla- s. In addition to his sal mill start promptly at 11 a. m

powers of mind reading.A Christmas Horace. U S. Arm/ the negro race, knowing many of church work he has also! been very and those who are donating: fool

. and Dujrte. U. S. aand fc theirirtues and some of their active in Pahokee civic affairs, an asked to have it at the building -

hearing has been called fir sister Mrs, Bessie Clark. shortcomings. My story Echoes serving for two consecutive yearsas : at 10 a. m.

September 10 at Lake Butler to Mrs. Dorothy Kilpatnck.: accompanied tells how a negro boy .thougs president of the Par"nt.Tt'ach- -se SWord .

consider a request of the Atlantic by Mrs. S. A. BarfieM anUMis born a sla\e-refused to be eternally er Aanociation has been received thatRaymond

Coast Line that they be permittedto Lulu BarfieKL left. Wednesday handicapped, but made a success . Christian. Jr. a sriphw-

close their station at Dukes, for Christmas and James Edward by thrift. economy and horf The Florida Greyhound Lines more at Florida Military Academy,

southwest of Lake Butler, it was accompanied by Mr. and .ty. The story is historical hero.c Inc.. has acquired a site In Lakeland St. Petersburg has ben promoted

announced by the Florida RaC- Mrs J. D. Afncr and Muse Pear! and romantic.." The books are en for a new modern bus terminal to Cadet Corporal Cadet C1arl+t-

road and Public Utilities Oommis- err win leave Sunday morale* tale to Pahokee at Chandler's aid which win he built within a ian Is the son of Raymond Chritt-

.CIIL te attend De service at Late Pharmacy In BD Clad. J't'&". tan 8r, of Paboke-


Jlgt Two Tho Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. September 10, 1943
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. I think that all of this money goesto ties as it will result in more money all rtavel is well spent.
THE EVERGLADES NEWS the Road Department for their being made available for the con Other state agencies now receiv-
benefit in more and better roads struction and maintenance of better
Serving the Lake Okeecbobee Fanning Region ipg a portion of the gas tax money
but it doesn't. Only 4c goes to the safer county roads to be desig-
Established 1924 Published Every Friday will howl their heads off at the
.Road Department. nated by your own county commis
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance What happens to the other 3c sioners. It will also effect a sub- thought of losing it, but justiceand

I you pay on every gallon of gas you stantial saving in the payment cf fair play demand that we give
The News Is Entered at the Post Office
L Everglades use? Well. it is distributed among outstanding road bonds. the motorist a break and use his
I; In Canal Point. Florida aa Second Class Matter different state departments non Another factor to consider is tax money for road building and
of them providing a service to the that of safety. Our highways are upkeep as it should be. Florida will
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher motorist. Two cents goes to the becoming overcrowded accidents never have the kind of highways:

State Board of Administration i are increasing and if you have ever she should have until we stop diverting
Hands Off HurricanesThe cent to the State General Revenu* had one you know how costly they the gas tax. rm voting for
so-called hurricane season was being eyed by; County Fund and another Is cent to the are. With funds to work with. t eState the amendment myself because I
Ctmrnissioners thi week with something of a "tongue in State Fund for Common Schools. Road Department and your am concerned with Florida's future
cheek" attitude. They had good reason for this attitude.Little Then the'poor browbeaten County Commissioners can elimi- and feel that this money collected -
in motorists are called upon to pay nate dangerous curves grade from motorists should be used
less than a year ago. a double-eyed swept
for a license tag each year. An-1 crossings and other danger points for better safer highways.
a ross I'alm Beach County, leaving in its wake a ravagedocean .
benefits lives: -
does this money return any that today are costing many
which ncd been eaten by the pounding of
front away to him? Not so you could and causing millions of dollars in Florida's racing revenue for the
the high! seas. Disappearing in the storm last year, were notice it. After administrative ex property damage.. A wrecked farm 194S season totalled $13.644.653:
thousands of yards of ocean highway which washed out to pense eats up a nice slice of it the truck or a wrecked school bus :soften with Hialeah Race Course the
sea, leaving g&ping. lagged holes in Ocean Boulevard.This balance of this money goes to thi chargeable to worn out largest contributor aa usual. A
vreek, repairs on the seashore highway had been Teachers' Salary Fund. dangerous highways and the dollars total $4.024,559 was collected
completed at considerable expense, but county authorities. We have no quarrel with the we spend in making our road, during 40 days of racing at Hia

who should have: bear pleased with a job well done, were uneasy schools the teachers the Welfare both state and county, safer for leah.
about the whole thing. They only hoped that the same Board the State Board of Administration .

devastation would! not: befall the ocean highway again this or other agencies that
benefit from this gas tax diversionat .
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year. the motorist's expense but we :
Their well founded because I
concern was the board knows, do feel that it Ls unfair and unjust
and they have it on the advice of the county engineer:, that to make the motorist carry this 'I' ; :

the patching job on the ocean road was not by any means, a heavy burden and give him so little I t
permanent project. It was just what the word implied, a in return. !

patching job, rid there was a good possibility that a severe We should keep in mind that II MATTRESSESi '
storm would easily: wash away the repair work that has Florida is a tourist state; tourists

taken about a year to complete.The represent our big money crop and I !
job, however, was only meant to be temporary, since there is nothing that helps attract I : i
before long, the present road will, be abandoned in some tourist travel as much as good I ,
actions and a new traffic artery will be constructed safe roads. RENOVATED : 1I

through Palm Beach along the shores of Lake Worth. Florida is also an agricultural !

. Just the same, county officials, who did the job in an effort state and good roads are neededto I '
to accpmcdate winter visitors and offer them the facilities carry produce from farm to I I

of a sightseeing road along the ocean, were not hoping market.counties Improved highways needed.withinour : :

for any hard Mow. To see hours of work and considerable ..Secondary county are roads badly would tremendously AND MADE TO YOUR ORDERWe ;

expense gobbled up by a high wind isn't exactly what any I help the farmer and : :
one is hoping for.-Lake Worth Herald. .
grower but he won't get these
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I I i roads as long as we continue to divert :
of our gasoline tax to purposasother the gas tax and use it for
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY than road contsruction and other purposess.
maintenance. Florida would have .1 Florida voters will have an opportunity are back in business after ;

much more mileage of better roads I to express themselveswith .
than she has. I regard to this gas tax diversion a fire and have all new :
While the average motorists may question at the general election -
.. fey Russell Kay) not realize it. when he drives intoa I in November when they will equipment :
filling station and tells the attendant be asked to vote for or against a ,
Florida motorists are taking an to "fill 'er up" he is proposed .constitutional amend- ,, I
awful tax beating worse In fact paying 84 cents tax on every gallon ment that would put a stop to this:
than those of any other state in of gas that goes in his tank. diversion and require that this I'' I I
the union for they are paying millions li,cent of this is Federal tax ant money collected from a tax on
of dollars into the state 7 cents is state tax. gasoline be used for the motorists' :
treasury every year .and 'theaj Ekeh cent of gasoline tax collected benefit In the construction and i
funds are being diverted to tae yields a revenue of $6,000.- maintenance of roads and bridges. Glades Mercantile I
extent that the motorist is being 000 annually, and the entire 7c collected Approval of this amendment

gloriously gypped. by the state amounts to which is known as No. 1, will di- I
Were it not for this diversion $42,000,000 annually. Mose folks rectly benefit the individual coin-
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I ,, c T Every violation of the center line of safety is a potential prelude -

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l "p. Crossing into the danger zone can occur at the approach to
: --' the top of a hill on a curve-going into an underpass, or
.. -- \ .i even on the straight highway. That's reckless, dangerous
I .. ::. driving! Accident records show that about one half of all

II j I Mr.: pedestrian- fatal traffic accidents result from bad driving habits such aw I I'',
4 these.It's.

;!I WALK SAFELY your responsibility to yourself, your family and to I j

il) others who share the road to avoid these "Pass-Pockets" il

ii I LIVE !. where lurk injury-and death.Don't t ti

!i _. LONGER let impatient driving tag your conscience with being II III
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hundreds of thousands who will be auto accident victims this ,
year. I j
You con be a safe driver if you wilL It's up to you. !

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?age Four The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday_ ._ Sentember- n in___. _1O.1_ _*_

. O'Neal-Jeffers Spooner Family Bush Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cowart TO BROADCASTThe

and children. Mrs. J. W. Spooner sermon. "What I Have. I.

Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Friend of Held Reunion Monday Mrs. J. B. Spooner, Mrs. D. S. Give to be delivered by Rev. C.

Canal Point are announcing the Spooner, Mrs. J. E. Spooner and T. Howes at the morning serviceof

engagement of her daughter. Kin I Brothers and sisters of the son Roy.PAHOKEE. the Pahokee First Methodist i

Spooner family pioneer settlers of - Church will be broadcast the
Verla Jeffers. to Jesse LeroyO'Neal Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Baker by
of Pahokee. Miss Jeffers is of> Gainesville announce the birth Pahokee held a reunion at the Pa- WSCS Belle Glade radio station. WSWN.At .

a graduate of Pahokee high schoM of a daughter. Linda Carol at the hokee Hotel on Labor Day with Mrs. John A. Dulany. president the evening service Rev.

and for the past three years has Alachua County Hospital on Sept. Mrs. J. C. Tabb. one of the sisters will preside at a meeting of tee I Howes will preach on "Conquering:
been employed by the Bleeca 3. Mrs. Baker is the former Dorothy Woman's Society of Christian Ser- With Jesus. Special music will
Insurance Company. Mr. O'neal lathe Wood daughter of Mr. and who has been manager of the hotel vice in the Pahokee First Methodist I be featured at both services.

son of Mrs. Mary Maxey of Mrs. B. W. Wood of Pahokee. Mr. for hostess.the past three years acting as Church Monday. Sept. 13. at .. .

Pahokee and Carl O'Neal of Webster Baker a student at the Universityof 3:30 p. m. Miss Nancy Jo Handley is expected -
brothers and two sisters . .
Fla. He is a graduate of Webster Florida is the son of Mr. and: to arrive this week from
were present Dr. D. S.
high school and during the war : Mrs. William Baker of Canal E. Spooner. Miss Alma Adams has returnedto South America for a visit with her
Spooner. J. B. Spooner. T. S.
served three years and four Point. her home in Donaldsonville Ga., brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and
months in the army. He is now Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Anders. Jr., Mrs. Sallie Davis and after a week's visit with her broth Mrs. Thomas Handley. in Pahokee
Tabb. all of
employed by the U. S. Engineersas (Carolyn Hamilton) of Belle Glade and J. W. -. er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. and her mother. Mrs. Pearl Hand-
Spooner of Plant
patrolman and guage reader. announce the birth of a son. Albert One City. A. I. Davis. ley in Clewiston.
. brother C. J- Spooner of Im-
Gardner m at the Ever-
mokalee was unable to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder and glades Memorial Hospital on Sep:.
son. Bobby have returned from a 3. Dr. Spooner kindly and beloved
two weeks' vacation spent at Palm physician widely known throughout -I f-
.. the Glades area was the firs ii fI
Beach. of the family to venture into the Bring: us your TIRE TROUBLES-.

--- - Bridal Shower For mysterious Everglades, arriving
here on Feb. 13, 1918. On the following Tires are our business, any size, any II
Miss Betty Ann SearsThe day in a tent with earthen

Classified Ads floor he assisted in the delivery of type to fit your particular need. I

Canal Point Legion Home one of the first white infants born

FOB SALE: New and used Willys was the setting Tuesday evening on the East Shore of Lake Okee-: !

Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage In of a lovely bridal shower honoring chobee and has been helping to PAUL'S
Belle Glade. Phone 126. Jllcta Kiss Betty Ann Sears who will be- bring Glades babies into the world: SERVICE STATION
come the bride of Hilburn W. Murphy ever since. In addition to healingthe
SEPTIC tanks and grease trap at the Canal Point Methodist ills of Glades residents V\o CANAL POINT FLORIDA _

cleaned and repaired Phone;' Church on Sept. 17. e good doctor is noted for his two

3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. JOTc Mrs. Lester Hand. Mrs. Edwin outstanding hobbies hunting." M-

Dannelly and Mrs. W. K. Buchanan cats and other Glades game and
SALESMAN WANTED: Asbestos hostesses were assisted by fishing. He also has . "
gained a repu- .. "" "" ..-I-I,," A."A._ .
and contact .- -.- -. . ,,- -, ."" .
Siding roofing man Mrs. Glynn Carr who was in tation for consistent hard luck in ;rt , :
Florida Remodeling and Construction of the bowl. The his ventures in his
charge punch ventures in : Office Machine
Co.. Box 898. Belle Glade. hostesses used a color scheme ): Glades vegetable farming. Headquarters ;

Phone 364. TF pink green and yellow in floral |I Dr. Spooner was accompanied to sa:. Underwood TypewritersSundstrand :

and other decorations. The refreshments I Pahokee by J. W. Spooner who returned .1. Adding Machine t .
ENGLISH SPRINGER & Cocker table spread with a : to Plant City the followingyear. : Marchant Calculating Machines :

Spaniels A K C Registered lace cloth was' lighted by tall i Other brothers and sisters' 4-t A. B. Dick Mimeographs .:..

Champion blood lines. Our show white tapers in double crystal followed him to the Glades unt'I *? Elliott Addresso Graphs V

wins prove ourquality. A limited holders and had as a centerpiece: a all had arrived by 1924. All of 4 F & E Check Writers Vp
number of available.
puppies large punch bowl nested in a bed these at one time or other have

Priced Pahokee from Phone$35.4862 E. F. Cushman.J19ch of pink hibiscus and fern. Sandwiches been engaged in the growing of 4i. HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. :::

tea cakes punch mints Glades vegetables. s". Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach :
WELL DRILLING: See Bob and nuts were served as refresh!: Other relatives who attended the I" ...

Douthit. Pahokee. Fla.. Phone ments. reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Arthu" a sb is* ., ._._._._-t. ... .-t- .
> *g>s. s. . s. r s., *s..s.b.*s.s.*s.a b
3872. July 16cn Guests included Mrs. Frank

O'Connell Mrs. Ray Hawk. Mrs.
FOR RENT: Warm Farm Lan Harold Rosenberg. Mrs. Ralp'i --

S ,i Sec. 14. (254 acres) next to Fuller. Mrs. J. W. Repper Mrs. A.
Canal Point Labor excellent
camp L. Pope. Mrs. Doris Sims. Mil
location for getting day labor and
Kansas Todd. Mrs. C. R. Wether-
bean pickers. Phone 584. SJul6ctf
ingtpn. Sr. Mrs. C. R. Wetherin R U/A&t people eu&ufurAote Ljtt & onyou. a p/toc&c4 .-
FOR SALE: Modern 6-room house ton Jr.. Mrs. Charles Maxson. Mrs.

completely furnished. 2 car ga Adaline Stuckey. Mrs. C. L. btour that product i& ypodJ: .,;
located Stuart. Mrs. H. L. Speer. Mrs. M. '
rage and fruit trees o "
Bacom Point Road. Imogene Christian nBlackwell- Miss Lois Morgan. Mrs. .
Phone 22816. West Palm Mrs. Julian Hicks. Miss Ana ,. All
Beach. TF O'Connell. Mrs. Sorchie Baird. : America Lie.
Mrs. H. G. Boynton. Mrs. Sus'e -- J .

WANTED TO RENT furnishe Taylor. Mrs. W. B. Elam. Mrs. '

apartment. Audie Hooks. Jr.. Martha Home. Mrs. A. J. Lowery. :

Phone 593. TF Mrs. Don Kepp. Mrs. H. B. Mille. : CHEVROLET'SBodies .
Mrs. Doris Carter. Mrs. Betty

Sims. Mrs. James Miller. Mrs. A.
FOR RENT: 320 acres east of the
E. Morgan Mrs. T. W. Ennis. Mrs.
Belle Glade-Pahokee Road a t
M. D. Geiger. Mrs. Olaf Roe Mrs.
Runyon Crossing. legal description
O. H. Sheppard. Mrs. Sara Shea.
: S'= Section 10-42-37. This by Fisher
er and Mrs. Tillie Mae Tuberville
land is divided into four 80-acn
Also Mrs. Melvin Spooner. Mrs.
lot by canals and is well drain
Glynn Carr. Mrs. G. T. EchoU.

other ed. suitable crop, for reasonable celery rent or with ant Mrs. Boyd Vorhees. Miss Lola ...&otl 4 that o/te V /1I4"" to Zhovtoltt in the. low.pitLcoJLMo jiJJl
Echols. Mrs. A. L. Stevens. Mri.
option to buy. A. N. Kennedy.
Mary Wilson. Miss
Peggy Moberg.
Geneso. N. Y.. or your broker.
Miss Ona Humphries. Mrs. F. W.
K-SU-Pd. Cross. Mrs. Bill Shack ford. Mrs.

George Kings ley. Mrs. Sam .: :JAl ."S -
FOR SALE: Dining room suite 01 r Scruggs. Mrs. Julian Branch. Mrs. Behind "
each Chevrolet
will trade for small or medic A. F. Nail Miss Betty Woodyard. body by .

sized piano. Suite has buffet. Mrs. A. D. Enfinger. Mrs. Nell Fisher is forty years of motorcar '.

china cabinet table and six chairs Hollon. Mrs. C. H. Jones Mrs. N. *. VLm . coachcrah' ...forty M' '" VaI'..
blond finish. Mrs. C. L. Shirley, I V. Maxson. Mrs. J. P. Parker. Mrs. IRS cotwotTYour years m mime h nc n
Phone 3882. Pahokee. K-S2 Pope Sears. Mrs. H. H. Sears. Mrs. own teat will show that of building master bodies for preChevrolet's Powtrve-Actiaa Hy

'H. L. Carter. Mrs. Monroe Pope. Chevrolet baa mm riifinc comfort cision-minded America. To: match draulic Brakes arc especially
FOR -thank* to its Unitized Knee- denfned to achieve fratar brako
SALE: 7 Unit Apartmen Mrs. C. A. Barfield. Mrs. Waite
Action CEdui Ride and it*worldless Cllntact-for
craftsmanship have been added lunrtf greater laftty
Hous completely furnished interior Boa t w rig h t and Mrs. Euna famous Body by Fisher. at all speed.
freshly printed this is a Peeple the methods and the metals of modem

good buy. Call 7143 or 2181. WlvaI. I, -
Elliott. Reg. Real Estate Brok I -- -... body engineering Today, as you ..

er. St-SlOtf Funeral Services --c revel in the comfort the luxury and I

FOR For A. F. HooperFuneral y the.'dyof.CLn-roIrtLodyby .
SALE: 6 room house within
one' block of Pahokee Postoffirthis Fisher you will more dearly understand ,

house needs repairs and i i. services' were conducted M... VJ. why MORE PEOPLE BUY M... VtsLw

being sold at a bargain. Call 7141 last Thursday afternoon at ::00 ratKMWUKX WITH KOMMTYOU'D m AU.-ocn. sum
or 21S1. Vrlra I. Elliott Res Real o'clock for Albert F. Hooper 7 q enjoy Ev ly. dependable CHEVROLETS THAN ANY There's tuper-M/fty in ChevroUt*.

Estate Rrokrr. St-SlOtf years, pioneer of the Glade!, at performance lower operatmtco OTHER CAR. Fwl hr tinted Body Constrjetweu -
the Berry Funeral Home with t-with the cstra-rufe3 L'ratued Knre-Actna GIa4.WorLr

FOR S \LK: 2 lake' front lots over Rev. C T Howes. pastor of the had Chevrolet* OwnpionnnHn engine. inc Ride and Powtjve-Artxxt
100 fet frontage on main hIgh- Methodist Church conducting the

way. Call 7143 or 2181. Verve I. services. The Pahokee Men' *
Elliott. Reg Real Estate Broker Quartet sang accompanied by I...

St-S10t Mrs. II. C. Graham. P/ & I...
Mr. Hooper was a native of
Webster N. C. and had lived here

CHILLS ft HVIR about farmer.35 For years the, and past was two a retired years CHEVROLET- y i i_ ".-IS FIRST !

DUE TO MALARIA be had lived inVe Palm Beach, n
where fee died in the' hospital early

REUEYED Wednesday: morning. He had never CHRISTIAN
666 been married: is survived by a CHEVROLETPhone
halfsister, Mrs Frank Drew and

family of Miami. 593 Pahokee, Fla.

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Kluge Automatic Printing: Press

fhis fully automatic press renders the same high type printing service right here in
Canal Point that you secure when you buy printing in larger cities. Fully automatic, this
press is a marvel of the 20th centur)". See it in operation and man-el at its exactness and
clarity of printing.The

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Six The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday September 1O. 194;'


Women Re-entering orders win be taken over telephone I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vandegrift. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crosby hadas -

Cinematic ChatterBy 1 307 in Belle Glade. Sr.. have as guests their daughter- guests the past week their son-

Malcolm Millar Ranks Of Labor . I in-law Mrs. Roy Vandegrift. Jr.. in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. I

r CHURCH OF CHRIST and son. Roy. Ill and Mrs. Vandc- A. H. Dalton and family, of Memphis -

Women are again "manning the SCIENTIST"SUBSTANCE" I grift's aunt all of Scranton. S. C Tenn.
What is claimed to be the great-
production lines but this time it sin
est fight ever staged between two is the subjectof _
the war against the high cost J
men In a motion picture is the the Lesson-Sermon which will
of living", A. M. Larrimo man-
fight that takes place between Rod be read in Churches of Christ. Scientist -
ager of the Belle Glade office of
Cameron and Blake Edwards in throughout the world on
the Florida State
"Pandhandle". which had its pre- Sunday September 12.
Service, announced .
miere at Amarilla. Texas and is The Golden Text isVe are 1
order to maintain their households '
to be screened at the Prince saved by hope: but hope that is i
and their present standardsof
Theatre SundayMonday.An seen is not hope: for what a manseeth
living more women are re-en-
excellent cast of players why doth he yet hope for?
tering Florida's labor market with
have been provided in the picture But if we hope for that we see not.
52 active applications of women on o oo
with Rod Cameron and Cathy then do we wit patience wait for
file at the local office. Larrimoresaid.
Downs as the male and females it" Romans 8:24 25).
Total active applications on
. stars and a large featured cast Among the citations which comprise -'
headed by Reed Hadley. (who was., the Lesson-Sermon is the following -
Of the 49 placements made by
incidently the hero Red Ryder on I from the Bible: "I lead in
the local office during August, only
the radio show.) Reed is now the 2 were of women while 27 were of the way of righteousness, in the

rashest gambler in pit- veterans. Job opportunities at the midst of the paths of judgement:

ted against Rod Cameron in a beginning of August show a de- I That I may cause those that love

fight for law and justice. crease over last month with 6 nt me to inherit substance; and I will
"Pandhandle" is a melo-drams fill their treasures" (Proverbs
the total openings for women.
. A story of the West when it National Employ the Physically 8:20. 21).

was enduring growing pains, Handicapped Week plans are starting The Lesson-Sermon also includesthe

weeding out the lawless element : early this year, Larrimore re following passage from the 10 PARKING
that men might rear families ir ported. Plans have been made for Christian Science textbook "Sci-

decency and without fear of harm the formation of a local committee ence and Health with Key to the HO DRIVING WORRIES!!!!
to them. It's action is fast moving, for the promotion of the X. E. I Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy:

with never a dull moment and it P. H. week in the Glades. The com- "The substance. Life, intelligence. GREYHOUND BUS STATION

can be classed as the "better mittee meeting will be held Sep- Truth and Love, which constitute

grade" of glorified Westerns.See tember 13 in FSES office. Deity, are reflected by His crea- CAKTEK-r.EIGEK DRUG STORE

you at the movies-Mal. Applications for jobs and job tion; and when we subordinate the Phone 3921 Canal Point, F13.i .

- orders should be made at the City false testimony of the corporealsenses rs .; i

Hall in Pahokee every other Tues- to the facts of Science we
morning from 9:30 to 12:00 '
day I
and Mrs. H. T. Williams en-
beginning September H, 1945. Job reflection
tertained with an outdoor party I

and barbecue at their home :,n
Labor Day.

Those attending were Mr. and

Mrs. W. H. May and children. Mrs.

Earl Wolfe and family Mr. and

MJ'8.V.. H. Jones and daughter

Miss Ann Thompson the Misses

Delorez, Lovda and Harlene Wil

liams. NOTICE DODGELowest

Public Notice Is hereby given tha
the undersigned Intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof

ant Palm to Section Beach County.865.09. Florida Florida Statutes pursu- Priced Car With Fluid Drive
1941. the fictitious name to-wit:
Under which name I am engaged in
business In Pahokee. Florida.
W. W. McCURDT l'l1l18/
Boa 801.Pahokee... Fla. X J1

Pub. Sept. 10. 17. 24. Oct. 1. 1948.

Public Notice Is hereby given that -
the undersigned Intend to register With / Dodgeias
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm /
Beach county. Florida pursuant to
Section IMII.: Florida Statutes. 1941.
the fictitious name, to-wit:

Under which PAHOKEE we are ELECTRIC engaged In business had

in Pahokee.J.J. T.T.Florida.GUTIERREZ OUNTKR. !: L:;: ; foryetvilfa.ti.

Pahokee. Fla. I
Ub.: Sept. 10. 17. 24. Oct. 1. 1948.


(serrate BID N.. Iii) 'awer -
C Y. Byrd holder of Tax Certificate I
No. 817$. Issued the 5th day of Auau,, y..
A. D. 1929. has filed name in my office
and has made application for a tat
deed to be issued thereon Said certificate -
embrace the following described -
property in the County of !tf ial _
Palm Bearh. State of Florida. to-wlt:
Lot 1 Block 2. El Be Court. Delray
Fla. as In PB 12 P 54 e
The assessment of the said properly

under In the the name said of Cnknown.certificate Issued wm Watts : ._ ,w.SSel ...--;=.::. ...

Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
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according to law the property
described therein will be sold to thehighest
bidder at the court house door
on the first Monday In the month of
October 1948. which is the 4th day of
October. 1948 _
listed this 3rd day of September. 1944 Sod
Circuit Court &oal.CIrrk ) ;at ---
of Circuit Court of
Palm Beach County. Florida.
Pub: Sept. 3. 10. 17 & 24. 1948



_'{ Theres a lot of talk today about this new

'5 feature or that. But down-to-earth engineering advancesare

Prince TheatrePahokee a matter of record. And this record shows that many

of today's so-called "new car features" have been part and

parcel of Dodge over the years.

tea From the earliest Dodge Safety Steel Body to today's

Dodge All-Fluid Drive Dodge owners have enjoyed a succession -

Sunda- Ionda)" of engineering "firsts". These features have made

September 12-13 Dodge famous for comfort economy and dependability.You .

are cordially invited to come in. . to check _ to

compare the score of "new car features" that Dodge has
aPANR4NDLE"starring j
had for years.SMOOTHEST .


Rod Cameron Cathy, Downs, Lake Shore Motor Co.. Inc..



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I I. That's right! When you must walk on the highways in rural : E
: or suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the road !
-lacing traffic. j ;
There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every person I
. I. killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf- ;
: fiG 24 Floridians lost their lives and 33 were injured walkingthe
wrong way instead of facing oncoming cars. For every ,
daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and !
I dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing ., Ii

i Mr. Motorist- in the road. j ,
: Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways ;
I MAKE -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable ;
hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his victims
A HAIR increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and- ; I
i run accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by
: these car cowards. :

So remember for your own sake-on highways, walk to .:
i the left facing traffic be alert to danger be alive tomorrow.,
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=ge Eight The ]Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday September 10, 194$

turn to Sarasota this weekend and Dorothy Fields Patsy Creel I First Fall Session '.'oiId Council of Churches' wis
Many Young Folks after visit with her brotherinlaw Eleanor ,
a Walker and Charles Hamilton by 111"& A. Harrington..
and sister Mr. and Mrs. Ori.i Of Canal Point A bake sale will be held on Sat
Enter College In Bacon. Jr., in Pahokee. She win Thomas Howes has returned Sept. 25th to raise funds t>r
be accompanied home by Mm from Gainesville for a visit witi Sixteen were present when new refrigerator purchased
And Out Of FloridaSeveral Bacon and daughter Sharon, who his parents. Rev. and :Mrs. C. T. I Woman's Society of Christian the parsonage during the sum-
will spend several days there. Howes before enrolling for the fall :vice met for the first fall sessi .
:Mr. and Mrs., H. L. Carter and semester at the University of Flor- i at the Sunday School on'V Mrs. C. L. Stuart president, pre
young men and women daughter Brenda were visitors at ida.Mrs. ,Tuesday Sept. ::th. and was assisted as hostess
of the Pahokee-Canal Point area Jensen Beach last weekend. : Lawrence Jaudon. former I Mrs. Ralph FlIer and Mr*. Mrs. B. T. Vorhees.
have been attending summer :Miss Mary Collar and her father. Pahokee resident now living in \Wilson gave interestin .. .
school at various institutions o_ J. C. Collar of Lantana visited Wauchula is recuperating from on the School of Missiol Humble Oil Company has re
higher learning and many others friends in Pahokee on Wednesdy an emergency appendectomy performed they attended in Lakelfll a straight permit to drill
are making preparations to leave of this week.B. I recently at a hospital ,week as delegates fro a 20th well in Collier County,
this month to enroll for the fall W. Wood returned Tuesdy there. ciety. Devotionals we Florida's only oil supply has
semester at colleges and univer- from a visit in Bay City Ga. He I Slater Brewton who recently returned Mrs. W. P. Pope and lk found.Sale.
the Virgin Islands
sities. also visited his son-in-law and
where he has been is
employed, -- --- --
Studying at Florida State Uni- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
versity this fall will be Betty Lou Baker and new granddaughteLinda -.
W. H. Brewton in Pahokee be- I
Pickett Nancy Stevens. Jean Wilson Carol in Gainesville while
I fore enrolling for the fall semesterat

Nell. Ona Howes Humphries.Margaret Helen Powell.Howes enroute.Michael Winton Sanders infant the University of Georgia. : F

and Joan Mc- John T. Pickett. Jr.. who recent- I III
Barbara Wroten son of Mr. and Mrs. R. ]L Sanders -
ly the U.
joined S. Marine
Larty; the University of Florida. was christened at a special
Charles A. Baker, John Hatton ceremony following the morning is now taking boot training at the '
Parris Island. S. C.. base. II Two* odel' "A"rds
Ray Hatton Tom Boland. Joy service at the Pahokee First Meth- I
Padgett Donald Padgett. Thomas odist Church Sunday with Rev. C. Mrs. Ruby Chaney had as guest
Howes. Gene Herring. Bill Shirley, T. Howes officiating. Mr. and Mrs.R. : the past week her son-in-law and II i!
Sam Lovell Frank Handley. T. J. W. Sanders, paternal grandparents daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R. K.
){pms! and Walter Kautz; FlorMa stood with the parents I Doyle and daughter of Gainesville.

Southern Colltffa pf Lakeland during the ceremony. Miss Barbara Jenkinson. II I
'Walta Nell Hull and Frank noI A Labor Day outing and barne, daughter of Mrs. :M. C. Carter of or Call
zelle, Jr. Canal Point has enrolled at the
cue at St. Lucie Canal was enjoyed
University of North Carolina Monday afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. I University of Nebraska at Lincolnas II OGERS I
Marry Fremd; University of JI). Rogers and children. Laurie a freshman. She is a graduate of .
Georgia Ernest Boland and Slater and Johnny Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Pabokee High School. t

Brewton; William and Mary jf Howes and children Nell Helen. :Mrs. Al Beverly and sons Don Phone 3861 or 4452 Pahokee
Richmond Va., Betty Jo Brooker: Mary Ann and Daniel. Mrs. Frank and Max have returned home i
Chicago College of Medical Laboratory Rozelle and son. Frank. Jr.. Georgeand after spending the summer !n
Technology Peggy Mobergand Jimmy Sasser Watson Joy Mountain City, Tenn.
Mary Helen Hooks: Emory
University of Atlanta Lois EchoU -- -
and Sasser Watson; Emory Junior
College, Harlan Sears and Biu; -

Elam.University and Marilyn of Nason Mississippi; Junior Willola Col-- -' '

Barbara lege Stanley of : Jenkinson Maryville University; Tenn.of Rollins Nebraska. Eddy Col- ; tree'' A Bi4 Soft

lege. Patsy Creel; Duke Univers'-
ty Dickie Johnson; Louisiana zs

State University. .Lester- Hatton. CANNON BATH TOWEL !

No corf No obligation. a your absolutely free when I z r *A.

you too our exciting demonstration of the new Bendix A S x x""a '

:Mrs. :Melvyn Pugh entertainedat Washer with the amazing Automatic Soap InfectorI I r,- -
her home in Canal Point Tues- '
day evening with a party for her Made by famous Cannon Mills, a million of these -
M eJ
son. Howard who was celebratinghis luxury towels, in a gay assortment of colors and
ninth birthday anniversary. a'r -
Refreshment were served by the patterns, are being given away by Bendix WasherDealers. / y

hostess to approximately 35: Get your free Cannon towel while .41" p

guests.Mr. .*'our supply l*>*ts! Come in today I r I '
and Mrs. C. C. Cruthird hadas FLUFFY
guests over the weekend h'" f Y .
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and e
Mrs. Gene Wirwahn of Hollywood.Mr. .
: and Mrs. H. J. Anderson,
plan to spend the weekend in Mi-
ami the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.
MoUer. While they are there Mrs.
Anderson will be honored at a .
party on her birthday anniversary. GAY / f ; /
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Fletcher returned '

. last weekend from a two COLORS AHD : ,. y4WV
weeks' vacation spent in North

Georgia: and Tennessee and had as I PATTERNS. ; 20 x 40
their guests on Labor Day their
son and daughter-in-law. Mr. anJ INCHES !
:Mrs. Maurice Fletcher and son.
Michael ),Maurice of Clewiston.Mrs. .
Inman \Weeks is reported -
to be recovering nicely from i
major operation performed at th? ::
Orange Memorial Hospital' Or-
lando, on Wednesday' of last week.
Her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mr .. Graham Mole and child-
ren visited her there on Sunday.
Mr. and .Mr E. F. Mcllwain : ..;:; COME SEE THE WASHER WITH A "BRAIN" !
had as guests over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wood and ; !
daughter. Diana of Moore Haven.Mrs. i It can even put in its own soap .

L. V. McClelland who, hn*
been visiting friends in Canal Free gifts . and a free bow, too! Youll be amazed to see this
Point while, recuperating from a great new work-,i K invention in action Ii't the AutomAtiC
recent operation plans to rftiiT.! Soap lncctor, and the Bendi i. the only asher that hat it. HaN
within the next few days' to her Lti 4i to hlere. but this "mechanical brain" actually measures out.tbe
home in the Virgin Islands nact amount.of soap and puts it in the washer at wattly the
Mr. and Mm H. J. Andersonhad ) right ume: } ...II be glad you came . and .* will too

&It E'Uf'ltJI'er: the weekend ,
and Labor Day Jerry Moller. Jimmy it NOW1 A BENDIX FOR AS LOW AS 1999S1 I
Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. A.
holler all of Miami. IMoJeI S-IO.. i dtrti+0 w'd .i.'s digs J
Miss Betty Woodyard wa a $4.I t 1 s THEY LASJIHWRYIBOE'S
visitor in Orlando over the week'
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B. W. Wood left last weekend -
for a visit with her soninlawand
daughter. Mr. and Mr. Mathi -B e
Charles A. Baker and new grand
daughter Linda Carol la Gaines
ville. Pahokee eweP

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