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Title: The Arcadian
Uniform Title: Arcadian (Arcadia, Fla.)
DeSoto sun herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: DeSoto County Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Arcadia DeSoto County Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- De Soto -- Arcadia
Coordinates: 27.2175 x -81.86 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Jan. 9, 1925).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579554
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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Forty DeSoto e County Children Part Of National Health! SurveyForty



school children between In selected spots about the na come to the Health Survey throat heart and nerve and lurcment of breathing' capacity are then asked to be examined.In IBRAiiY CF.E1,2 DA HLSX9&X
6 through eleven tion. The of Center which consists of
yearsold present survey sev- muscle systems. An electrocardiogram this it will be to
in DeSoto County have children vfll be through 1965 eral specially built mobile stay easy
been chosen to participate in to provide information about trailer units. The. examinationof and a phonocardiogram : In forty years throughoutthe determine the general he lthP ..

the health survey now being the grow:* and development of the children will begin some of the heart. An examination entire nation the Health of that age group throughout FLA.fj'1 fj'-1

conducted in this area as a children time in the latter part of this by a dentist of the teeth Survey, working through the the nation. 01
part of the United States National Thousands< of parents week and parents of the chile and mouth. Psychometric measurement U. S. Bureau of Census select "I think thla\ to an excellent: ;

Health Survey which throughout! the nation will be dren will be notified In ad- by a psychologist.Test me or more counties.. Sarasota program. ;. Hugh Flanders. Su- 1 H2
oral authroized by Congress in asked questions about their vance. of vision and hearing. and DeSoto Counties! were pciint. 'iilotit ..r Pub"In:< 1956. children's health. The parents The examinations consist of X-Rays of the chest hand and selected in this area. In three a aid,, 1 I h i p." itt i>i a t the par-
In 1962 the survey people of the forty children selected the following: wrist. An exercise test pedall areas about SOO ho urea are selected 1- cnts ,.i o I hj I t-i:.'.and
between the ages 18 through' Iron DeSoto County will be An examination by a pediatrician ing a bicycle-like machine. ,A and all children in thane Will '.'. 'f :" T: :3_" CX-
79 years of age were examined asked to have their childrenhit of eyes eon, nose and grip-strength test body mea- families between the age 6-11 t r.: i '- c.kc










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a FOURTEEN PACES 10 CENTS Arcadia, DeSoto County Florida Thursday January 23: !*)

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M Unusually cold weather was in the first part of the week" ing arose because the newly
responsible for this yesr's. De Vooser said adopted" rule nnd legutatlonav Y .
Soto Count Fair not being the Wednesday and Saturdaywere not re Ked) In time for y'
money-maker it has been In named a* the best days publication before the fair 1 \' r
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the past according to Mike as Wednesday was Kid's Day Next weeks schedule will bo I .
Pooecr. president of the Fair' and Saturday tho judging of earlier.' ,
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Association. the Queen. The roiitnliint'* were mod, .. )
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"There were many of the exhibits Several complaint about the IH-.'ji.se several lr| t>ulo wUltlnri' :( .rM
that were superior' to early. judging of Ih, exhibits to exhibit in ctMniwllliun, go-
what we have had before, but have born made, according Ufluoser iiijT l,,y .tho: Ittol| nil ". ...&In'l get
cold weather. kept the crowds but the IT wui-der standWALLACK their exhibit! .. in In time fur
i the judging l which was Monday'

a f tcrnooM.Kxlnbits. ,
Fair Winners -- .--.: ---. 'In Cf>inwtitlon| h<"%. ,
t'jfoe' !ii!?l to b* Judge early "bveaiiM. the
..+ JudJ.n"at: vxamlrt then .
Exhibits.Arc
Top minutely' and! this cannot li* .
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,Announced 'fI ,iti.1; \ .S. Pouacr Siilil.Dress 1 K..a it Ol "'KM Kay Eats.ctorh : .. Friday night a c !tho fairground A I

Mr*. Beatrice:: Townsend lit ,, .., ", ,1 ;year' old daughter of Mr. .Mentor at UcSoto, high she war ae..1It,
S tuul *'f ., Hunnlil Kllsworth; of Fort looted from a group of five finalists.' 'I
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north Monroe Street, was topMinner Revue
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', ... v Ogden) reigned over t Stiryear's coun: Ioit year's: qurvn was Sue Boring j\
Hn the. competitive. Top Awards ty fair. Coiuiiution ceremonies! were (Mustvr Craft Studio I'hoto)
knitting, crocheting embroidery ( .. {

and crafts exhibits at the Arc .. ,
"DRIVE C"AtRYAN.i; :E. Hodge has been I: Announced
DeSoto Fair with six first ,'A. I
named, ;.chairman of fund drive for the DeSoto pricey one second and ;!", < rat, The annual 4-11 Club and
,County Red ,Cross. The drive: is scheduled to begin one Btldldogs Regain Sole Hold
third. nunnc-r-,,>> was Mrs Carl ... Future l/o/ wmakcra Dr... Its :
March 2: Hodges, a well known' businessman currently vue was held l Wrunvatfciy night
Morrow with five firsts, three
is busy organizing countywide workers. January 10. at the J>eSC*
seconds: and one third and ''. .41 f Fair Grounds Winners .Jn thtr
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W..Ec" .', 'trading. heevwas.: ,, : bM.iF. !nL.J.ttll",! ;
-,5-as. may- b.ew{wl -A atone' '
arkkrlwstti'five first* 'WfCl-: Kan Alvaredi; Nan t1

Total t l 'Personal r Income M
: Mrs. Arthur Reed, Mrs. f, HOLTON Yams Yvonne McCormick,

Earnest Co wart. Mrs. Battle KAthie Halley. Sandra Youmans Th OvJU>iv> flab, tlulMofts C'.f t!f.:vene standing this we while ticbrlng.. tied for the- ;-

Hifker By & Percent McCollum, Mrs. 'Ben Mr.1.Eblne Beall.Carlton Mrs- Wallace Holton Dianne' Chile and Don- moved bark Into sole 1M......*. Th.' tUithtogs dropped f. l iced Last week. dropped twoleague
tie Collier. .
Ian ef Wet plat In the IlkUr Meade l Tuesday night. 10-..
Bonnie' Holland. Mrs. Minnie Funeral Rites Second place was taken by game 1

Proctor. Mrs. Nettle Collins Shannon Slalnbrook. Shirley trnwpivad' moved Into seee+ d
TALLAHASSEE (Special)- a three year monthly low Mrs. Dorothy Micelle Mrs. Ida Set Tomorrow Carlton, Dianne Monlg' ,_". nand place. Tuesday: night by

Steadily rUlrtg employment In October of 9J.JOO," Brown MlMlte.. Mrs. Ethel Edwards Funeral services for Wallace" Margaret Sullivan 0I i a M n DeSoto Chamber Commerce defeating Avon Pa/k; 49-4O
Mrs. II. Hilton Mrs. lees Arnold i
Wells.. Mary Capell DrubleBarnard.
during )1M3 forecast a bright said.And Mrs. Clara Wright )..In. Floyd llollon. fit Will be con Sandra Palmer Tracy T* Sobring' 'fell 01Sb Lake t
JM4, SlaM Industrial Comn a. fine June the number C, P. Rogers. Mr. Ethel Avant ducted Friday at > pnv from 1.1......
Scott.>> Dianne Ueard and Owen' 4
.... Chairman Morley Brownpredicted of jobless. .has been consistently Mn. W. M. Tartness Mrs. Mar Van Petten Chapel I. I4nclr. Plans For Mew OfficeThe rtklsy night Arcadia wilt
today In end A native of DcSoto County
a.7-r ,
lower than the Ion Mew II. I:.
review.. for corresponding Klnney. Cunch. Holton was serving. his second Thing place w..l taken by b* .home. la Fruetprauf and Saturday .

Brawn forseea almost two month In 1983. Williams Mrs. Mike Puoear.... BurndetU Mrs. George Johnson term on the Arcadia City CouncIL Edith York Wars Smith. Nancy tempt, .., u e .nlr.ut' A partition will hA. to bo night' Avon Park will.
York. Ixjrvlel' Cok.. Jeanne
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and a half million nonfarm employed Brown said unemploymentwill Mrs. Alta. Cartton. Mrs He apparently died. of a Seott, Sarah Ann ParrUh"' from the Atlantic. Coast Line teataUed l to separate 'the new' be hate to \Ak. up &the game

In .1970 In contrast to probably continue to recede Harry Kinney, Mra. Rosalie heart attack Wednesday mornIng Kathy Carlton In** Stewart.Dixi H.ilrt.* t covri Mf he verbalgr office, from I he railroad watt- uslMHtetl .last Frhlay' bevausaof

IttD'a-The.average, steady of 1,409.100.by until next summer.A Carlton. Mrs. A. harvey Mrs. The at about R... 6.3O J:. J o'clock.Martin and Smith. Kathy Mixon.Other ..fn nt* aaads .by the IM->> .lad room The building .U Mt the death.. of Jimmy" Yarfrruuflt's -
year yearupward further Indication of rlatng Annie r..1'C't'"n. C. W. Stew. entriea. Paula .... <:wwMsy CsMmlMr *f Cnn
; climb of Florida's population Rev. J, J:. M. Masai will officiate were need of a new flow also. ,...hn. Next TumuiayIh
ard and Mrs. Evelyn BarnwelL more u alt that' .la dtyln4UM
employment In the Statew. Mas i*, Martha Ann Whillock
and business. develop at tM..ac... Interment Chamber of OV-mmetce see UulMogt' will travel to
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Second prize winnerswere ... chambers move into nowquarters
Corhf '
tnent makes a forecast of almost .. .the Increased number of will be In Oak Kaixiy Lynn Ilohingaworth. .
Ridge Cemetery. ClcwUton.DeHotai
Mrs. Eileen Farabre. Mn. J. C. Pat MrCord. Katy. Htephcns In the ACI. depot.T notary John Daniels eapr'.Me.l aara
two, and .a half million Job placements mad. by the Kendrick Mrs.. Margaret Preston Van Petten aV Son Funeral Rabble Browning, .n. nrtnrmm was made l deal of optimism and jay lll.h now .has a 11-1
nonfarm 'workers on the Job .. Horn Is In charge of arrange ....., .. salons, record and at T-l' in In.
State Employment: Service. Mrs. V. D. Eller. JoI... V. Marl.*.* rfajuaro, Joan Mat. Jetrti. y by W. A. Channel l. aver the 'Wo'11 1 sally
in 191O a pretty sale assumption. During the twelve-Month per C Keyes. Mrs. Evelyn Barn- ments.Urtto. thews. Jean .lo""*,,, IWverlytSalenan. a Cna.ken .., C_ err. d ..- Us able U g.t ....n tnln.. vn the tunf rn *. i'
Some experts see a total boll '* he ..,.... Ttw now.. YarbrtMigh l ted th* cortnslal j is
iod through October, Brown welt and Mrs. Margaret McLeod. Susan tl.m>lu>... Lin. .tt.Th.. now,
Florida population of close toMab' l office ttlHm will put IM "chl In the; Ft. Me*>i.. with 24 polats.Ilicky .
said the Employment: Service League Meeting da Hannah. Lynn. H.It....'. .UJII apace
rottUon and that place .. middle of A.......'. bueisseue. tfcHfcl Sallied" It pulnta.Salurduy r
had placed' 2.1.U I Florid Jansla Third prlre winners wereMrs. Sharon Avant. Cheryl Copeland wet give n* etoal" a hire.Sltra I
.the nonfarm employment" figure Jobs or 21.000 over the previous ffeUle M.e Keen Mrs. Will Organize Sown Susanne FaUny. TerewaNauart ne rive; w .... main ......... dUUkt Went' lie able M serve night, DIM hc :wlUUJt reach. Brown ._ .--'.... Velma Dauahtrry. Mrs. A. D. Parents and .Interested. DeSoto *. Connie SuulhweltCatliy ) art Ar db'e beeenwa aeUnn. .the community 'betlfr." .the Punta. U e4a Tarpon a
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Mid.Every month of 1MJ showed However, Brown pointed to Langford. Mrs. Bessie Broom, County reaidenta are re. Wit........ France* Smith, and .usher is4ghway.Aawedi.g its pet dly, 1M space. mddl. 7, .. setback in non-conftr* j
a dark spot In th*'bright em- and Mrs. Ethel Farabee. quested t>> attend a meetingfor PtoUy lUnvHI. Martha. Ann | ia Chnft l. points. available. 'In Use sly. hall whets. onto play.Arcadia. .
a gain over, the eocreepondlngmootb'to ployment picture. Awards to men entries were planning this year* IJitle UranJham Joyr lrovau. Colleen In the agr 41 A....iil *nn>k.. In* the clamber mesas' w II' ... 1

.. And at 1M2.the year's Brown end reported IM Many people' In the Slate Mr. W. M. Townsend threw League Ba.eball. _*.oft. ,.,.. Sullivan' Dvlorc;. ll"*rd. ..... .......bN an a nvmlh lMteatOi MCUIMM'! by lna A*.*4J* li.-
and Nation are trapped without firsts and one second; Mr, C. meeting t* slated far T f tn, Jennie CarlU. Karen Beard trials at a rennin. *' fA .. Department.Arcurtfing .1 i Audit J )
had an annual of 1.40S.109 .
average training' amid the complexities E.: Howe three first*: Mr. A. Thursday tonight In the meetIng Arlene llohannnn. Jt.nne !!... ....F HtJA per t..MM.lh. ,...... l las Channel I .Ith t
compared to LMXjMO. net ..4 'iMiteU the test af terser ...A...M Ut abort three we.** '
The .pIoynMwat. figures of modern I< the also (Continued on page. a.A| Keen, one third prU. mfr'. land. veined. the. itt.rtor U* suit It.. be foe* definite pUn tan bepresence
for showed well
year mawnl" ..**.*i. at 1160. to lh. director*. The books of the CUyzaf
for the future. Early -
yearend Ararla. are aaanually. -

.. for IM3 estimates at approximaUy put the average$o7.400 .- MYSTfRY PICTURE NO LONGER MYSTERY Hugh Flanders September< joth gad
Mart 3l..tt aeeeedinf. to Mar
,compared' to 1IM>0 for Babson Economics
-. Receives Honor ,.ant Way, City Hecorder. 1**

M 1WO.Total FlorMa unemployment ( J. (Josh) Carlton Rigid PkkTrying Hugh. rlassderx. SuperItend- .Mat. audit of. Ne was*: ..after rwlv from*(| tn SUlk.Sparkman. mmKxufilh .

sit *4 Publicn rtlart forCounty. Arcadian Feature CPA. af ,Saraaaca*
Dum.w IttMwll WlUy.for whn mad IS.> foltwwuta Mata

Otic Men Art to pull a fast anedoesnt new deeed. and later a letter at IluptiMesfeI. Sarasota o.n/l. klowhbt''ths. audifi i I

'Skew have any effect am Old- A graduate W Souther Ca4 Dwdsoltt )f...... ...... Before. County.. and lUrllry* fUarkburnJUtKerWiUewtent Manatee. liaise V D..bsr.
PI.llftetiFe. ..... tiailin! They' guess lop Mr CarttaM wee a pow, ales-tog Werld War I h. WMOerft .' honored* last Frl-. sn the '..W at s-......+e and on .the imta.rtaae of M IU pMliAs.] and all omuucvetifled. I
CM4kty. war
them anyhow. .,last -.'. .'. .. ha iremsa .. Ihmda 14gktidat..1 dM.
mythasi *r OrruM Court lie atone fin;lir..J 't. .lOt religion anal JY..U.lftAI M
Next day eight at a banquet la the
WeekA *"tore wee usee ether r .. b.. Th ..... sMr7 ca," Urn had Ismtf .......H .in "leases. dinIng hall. 'tit llra.iw- we-'hy> pamitigtnr IeMtO.w, lags
one.-an an art shew, be- CUrence Joshua Cafitan.8r :..'':;: Anadta DrwaV sold at.and wentfeMMk. Ian W Gideeas. I'I' A",. ...n Hi. arttal orbep- Mrs scat veare.f .In an ..Man aSpakman lo. rpertjr' e**>_

(towing Manday and 1NtIaC and feitowed right beh. .... "" t* ....... II- served as. ,.,. their *..it.i.. *U..t week. M tmat w isge. 1. Ielul., O each .Cenllrwat. pose O.AI'Ii .Rwl. s4 Pile. -
througA Friday, will& be bald Uw! prevtous weeks ptetnr* at -eater ...... 1st-ogwrM' .... .la th* t* 1hwrrieL iiaW
by "Mac* Khocd, snstrvctor his wu>. ... wee .... a rarwlt .waerr Mibtee prwgraMS thsurTh India IM WIll stiaOM. B....la s. cod report* to the" Mayer, 41......
at Cb* Afcadia Art ....... at Mr. CarttaM. was arMre. .. Jely and. ........ semis sad K $54Cetsty "peeiw4.deal teriaiet... Hi,*..|.+**!>., >.** tell wages, m..it and I* th* C.rr BcrdiirTh .
Wr First raderai Savings and f/1"1. most Geld three. men' we.. cads ......'oral Icing. ....... nest leapt. wtli b* an**.

La Caeapeny. eorae* .. Oak ...*. r. ..a..f w hit a lee aetde t perLd sat 3tarth<< 3I... an,| reuwaWy tallbeghoul .
sad r.'T1w.- Street S3* ... INk Aeeouo wee the :' drew the. ........... atsdfhaug .***.*.. sod ..snrr U>.M. *. the a week Miss. Way '.*'.
stew. nfse.ewtl.g the pedal rre 0 he phew aw ..... One .,.,. -r : .
ty: >*** art tawgh* at tIN i iwfeMh ..... M-. ,tease C. J. se f Jeaaj** Ca#*. .f h a me./ ....... "' .. babe The *to age *4 .... .men whose... -r
eatakCMkwl bits ra. last sk" 4i bees seas /ha Anls boeseebe laws) a.......w. $Magmnl M Cdword W. O
falls>.wfll als. ktiUat a sehotM. w so. .ae oat a e..u.wyaleryHsew. a :;, ewwd. Wk M wises wt Weather 14m .__.. ...,tn *n aware**** .. Gtorge I
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**.. cruel cavn sa aU rrssOWftsV these ....... esbsee...Stm soye. ......... aeelhda/ deaths, a eeo.rrl.etges< ate a IhahwlAaaiuwusij w r U.S.5. Wood CeunfyC,
4lC iMMpt4) sad esctera.l.tag .. Aes diei.. -... week's I.. Y ?Jas degree U--. a** WMM ......nmb1.I. fFim/CI-Edward' '

......... IM.ewUd ill sway aawa'.e TA ...... wp 1.. ..if.. ; ,.';'. a .her e4 tM. sale tartyTaewy Report .'. r'. U<.il trm.n third ...
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1..IttSo 9st1.1.Qrestaate 90 1. Sea.... ..,.... ,J... $trJ: a.... Y a stars.e'of relay 16lasso erelsThec..f son at Mr*. Lola
ems bl..t ei.etg! ; -I "Malty Isglhsda Chu. sb.H. Dale lush. Law Stein and. profit. train w*. ct7 AfciAliM.. Fl*. fcs W'I'
Ltgalss .. Ow sbe eg elf 1t \. ; rsnea.d 1M Iswer.... Jan 19 *l 3' JMJ 0.lMIM.Awct.ra. th* taaai landing.
the JUt $tkost D.eldrsg, 42 U. lad to tree riCM wkte ;. Lam PrMer at Ttftan G& bed. !. n.4.* JM/ bso4wsae,. Are aces weed County whteh I

.o.a.M..A---- aa10a.1. +ttlss... ......, Nergass's. COM a*W they bare ... .... c.1. C.elJr. Jan. IT' *. .l OJan. aeut.. .-.-,.. pere....after. ...en anthibauaa a*.a anU MMM*
.ass M be a Ir. la. M a .....- suaaaa Md. his peon ....* ....- saes. .... VtdeMM. 1* a... J*.. u,. ti.siwv ia> via. warfar traUIng" *>e.'
lie by the te.e.t<< "''f1Iw7.- II'. aatf y,.. D T. Captives den. He M stew reread. .... Jan 99 TJ 94 JMJaw trews kwarw ............... Weed Cua, at mad toMalta lean '
be be ..ay srefbriel. at arty ,an oil. alisrrr fandly *f ta* bull ........ a heel baw.A Zee 7.. M ..anJa cad m.rdorai An KK W. B,1 ltawt areal. egWpr..at. ..... '
..'0 h pe.. a-A) ...... He had a twin b.0 e. C. J. ELM>| CAALT011 ..... a..",aws *. 21 7iM JHt ,edeLwweywow.. af W ptt.l- *n b............ T-3>


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THE. ARCADIAN. Arcadia, Florida, Thursday, January?, 1964 1


I Travel Authority) To Address BPWC'MetWith - Cor ley-Ma hone *


'fi CHAT I Arcadia Woman's Club"Tour Mrs. John Parker I Jqn. 17
Wedding
.GHIT Alluring U.S.A" Ube concernedfihe' will' (f
,.. prevent novel The Business and Praf.siilonal -
l /7 ,theme of a talk Miss- Carol vacation 'suggestion including Women's Club met at 14. Mia April Cedar1'and:: Robert -
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yfraf I Lane. Women's Travel Direc- how t.plate:and take a Gordon Malone were |
the home of Mrs. Millie Par- married
tor for the Shell Oil Company weekend 'tourett '. She will
.. "AI :. **, v will bring to member of the also demonstrate how to pack ker on Tuesday, January 14. t 4n. a quiet ceremony on

The Library Still Needs Docks*- Arcadia Woman' Club. Monday a. two-week wardrob into a The Executive Committee Friday. January 17th*. la.. the

So if you belong to' the 3ook of the Month ,Club Feb. 10th. at the Club single 26-inch suitcase", ac-: meeting was held prior to the horn of a close friend In Warner
please look over your shelves and see if you cannot House. cording Airs., Ebersole -
meeting, with the president Robins, Georgia. The: Reverend -
", spare one or more for the Iibr ry.""Age appears to' beer Mrs. Glenn Ebersole. club Miss Lane travels more than .
Mr. Mr and :&Ira.v.. B.: Miller iiams. and Mr William*.. Haywoed.Caynert Meth.octist .
best in : president said Miss Lane who 6OOO miles each Marilyn Boone presiding." ; -
four thin g*-.old wood to burn old wine to drink, year researchIng business visitors In Al- -
"" old friends to trifst and old authors to read. I did exactly i I. known as America: first t arid testing Ideas for fam- Miss V'trr Shackellord-' were tunas jSunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Win- factor there, officiatedat

,-' that during a very busy last weekend. Read two lady of touring will be featured ily travel Her unique suggestions Wauchula who was to have the wedding.

.*. books by authors' that I had almost forgotten, and speaker at the club' for abort cut to fun- been the guest speaker on the C. A. Pattison of Ven- field *f Mentor Ohio Mr. and Mis Corley, daughter of Mr
February meeting ifli'd'touring l hive been Mrs. John Porter and Mr.
enjoyed them both? immensely.! Don't forget. Go right "As part of her talk. Miss. accepted by the motoring widely public Citvica PojtieipaUon programwas ice, accompanied by Mr. Hazel and Mr*. Robert aUnan.. al) and Mr Glenn Corley, Royal
now and see how many you can spare. You will be Lane will discuss: her person unable to attend because Forrest of Pennsylvaniawere Howard Estates. was born in

." giving pleasure to no many people that otherwise would ally researched: ideas on howto She has: written many articles of illness, to the program was Saturday guests. of Miss of Englewood\ were Marie Last week Miami but moved 'with

not be able to read' the book and sharing. a. we budget a vocation by car and booklets on her postponed until a later date. Patty Roberts and her pare:ii.. guests Mills of Mrs.Avenue. Skinner, her family back to Arcadia

*,. all know is one of God's gifts to us. and how to make travelling travehs and Is o irequent guest: Miss Ella Rails, membership Mr.\. and Mrs. Howard Robarts. South when she was very: small. She

Mat-MM ParkItnnrfar with dxlldjtn easie{ ,on all on radio and television show attended school here and
ens.
ty chairman gave a brief out. and
Harry Bishop Virgil
Claude Jones went to Miami graduated from DeSoto IJJllh
My friend Marion Parker came to see me Fridayand -.. rt l line of the objective of the the Bishop of Ft. Pierce were Sun-
Monday called there by School. She t.I now Junior
asked n Uf'..!\\.&""v, eiltbialirtsmeuoorrectly. and \' club, and the following new F. Wheeler. day visitor of their father
Woman's 't'fJ' death of C. XRay student at the hospital
omil lhr
-'fl1ct.r 1> :'last'' ,weeku+ !Now!{ It rcmllyado not, think that -- .. / Joy Durnard Mrs. GertrudeIVirriiiKtcm Mr. and Mrs Nick Varneyof 111 in Arcadia General Hos to complete her work there.

+"'"Mkrich; who has'> ib *:ri>hard-bbiled'' lair: officer 4n
'many. I ibady. ..e r..M'buId.; have ubjactedusor : ,,,' Elya, Miss Hazel Bryner and Lakeland, were Sunday guestsof pital.Mr. of Mr*. and Mrs. Thomas F
[ < was presented an emblem last weekend In Miami
auu f in 4h. U Koto Count OewL': It! neems' thai tot:that gait by Miss Halls anda 315 East Maple St. ong spent of Mr. Dishong's gia. He has already completedhi

time, Marion had, beautiful ty llow urbu All ;UVer..b.ibead. j(Tb> 'i tunic. M WomarV Club: of big hand clap from the entire brother as,guest Mr. and Mrs. J. L. tour of duty with the Air

Now hint brothers and !.haduntraixhttnairi' so, Arcadiu will meet Thursday membership.The Mrs. Mack B. Smith and son Dishong Jr. Force, and 1* now a civilian

becausehis mother .u/juuisb proud, of .hla curing 1*1ec.let nutht ,J;ouary. I?Hh\ ia t 8:OOtfjnu. .sea- club emblem was displayed Flint and daughter, Mrs. Os- Civil Service employee at Robins -
at the Swior Wumen's.Cub teen and son Timmy, of Ft. Air Force Base Warner-
_::liMtn 'grovr' much iJonge..ltbMft.- most little, boys, iwrouldfnJoy bu ting.Ires4rre and the various symbols Lauderdale arrived Friday for Mr and Mrs. Allan Parkerof Robins Georgia.
Mrs. F.. E. lI*arker..nciarion, the Plant City accompanied: by %
; : ( \ went :Ao, Hot (tit tit wvcnlng will r were explained by a weekend visit with her sister .
Bprings,. by train,-,tonviBitfirwUtire' and, the .paperuioswe'AlwVtys tC1!, ac ,,Academy Award win- following: Miss Louise Johnson Mrs\. Kelly B. Conner their daughter-in-taw Mr*.

dd, put kL.pirtronaja, personals to (Chat njrtr.d4uttWntary film,un Project the Torch; Mrs. Alpha and daughter Camillo Jo. Robert Parker and son Robert

effect, only it; read ,that tMrilx ParkeI''and!*l..u, laufehterfcMarUni Hoptj;,. with .vMr: C. W Lntiuninger. the Winged Wand Allan of New York City were Karson Mercer and Sanpspent
j jer Kt's. Parker A Jaetweek to Jack-
: 'leftilMundaynby, :( : ti"'ala!'.fop+Itot.h3pringsifor: ,Widdn| ."", ,juwgram chairman I Mrs. Susie Brewer the Scrollof Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mor- Saturday* guests. of Motor
Learning; Mr*. Millie Parker aunt Mr* J..L. DUbong aonvilie al the General:
tjaJtI.with, rtiatitds.tth'ttwi, Marion had In, charge. This. thin will be and
mattyUidightovert ,: Land. children Laurie Carey .
the Ship of Commerce Mr Disnocg. Frigidair School .studying the
; and .
taueh thlnxW, ,twhcn (the was Small;1 but! .be) really ,40, qulor. 27 min. tcs long, and .- and M.... Janie Thompson of Sebring were Saturday JUW type; Automatic.Washer.Mr. .

;4h$ujrbt lhat'flow that:"hii.hulrJs: .thiniUtiir oat in places ,Will, ba narrated by Bob Coti- Nikl (Winged Victory) guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Fay Mr.. .apd. .Mrs. Edward D.

,and turning,.nr "J'.Ound..theed, I been ,forkoOeal sidloe. It shows) >tan piaidenvyaga President announced that Djughtrey and family. Bowling and family left Tuesday and 'Mrs.. ,Ralph, '-101'1'111of
uf .try hoHpJtal ship
:. We sane neso45OItKY4iMank: : takN.stall happen usa Ifop to foreign) coun-: Sunday January 20th. Federation for tbeur,; new borne in Ann Arbor. Michigan\ were

(aroand.a4isiewt8tMiper' :! ; a tlce,,).bubnot, iutentk>Qal errors. trk/ *... *.s .it administers to the Day Is being designatedIn Mr. and Mrs. Wes Rumsey of .Largo, Tuesday guests pC Mr.' '' and
:
(JMarionVVitow\ IJ..a'Ntl s8'\All.4ofl! ltatnbkYSoi .aicfc hana 4tUgted'with the Florida' as Helen I KrauM Ft. Myers spent the weekend Mr. Louse*, Morgask, T3: eir'son

a" : '1\\ "-' 'Ititat41eiideltbefiv.e'lloiwrl; moat /,odersi..e4)uipu> .nt. nicdItine Dy and each club 'la being as guests of Mr. and Mrs." Tommy Week Icy spent last wa*.,stationed, here' during' the
Alu'J wwllrtrainixl asked to a resolution endorsing Frank Rumsey. week in Atlanta attending the .lust w..aDd tber.. visitedTbimhere. .
MNcVe? undertMtJmatu the 'i-aJ.ueil! wrgouna. ,and Projectfppe .:kJ her for the Nation..lFlnt Southeastern Furniture Mart ., They. are, ,pen41ng the
it not been litfaonerpf IUtalatfrJtbtdgrI' would never Kas been.P1fl'H1.&taken by the Vice-president at the Detroit Captain Rails arrived In and_ buying. pcyr ,furniture for" winter. I\.Ibe'.1""tC; ",. Hear i
have. known ,that Rita honored j< ..I'received' MISS CAROL LANE
war at. .
,Genera! Foundation of Wo- Convention In July The Tampa Saturday from a tour Iris, Arcadia store, :SarasotaT ,. *,,.. ,', .0
a letter, from .Susan Dunham roommate of Rita'a.And and :.
mn. Clubs as one uf their naI3uoal resolution was passed, and it of duty in Korea. Isis wife "< '< ".. <. .
I quote: Dear Mr., Smith my roommate Rita .Serge, projects.-Contributions. is hoped a delegate from Arcadia children Susan and Charles .

receives 'the. A.rcadian..eWJl'Jf...weokvand\ .JBhe Often reads equipment, clothing, etc. are L&E Club Met : will be present. have been making their home Tourist "Hat" ContestHaijed I

the'Chit I Chat.olumnl;4* IK.1 as'anwur ol tacquaintingrmeiwkhlherA l donated, by thousand of Sen- Mr. Neil Olshong. Captainfor here with his parents Mr. and AsiSuccesst.vt ti

\friends.! .JI kuwe.noticed.,that youDcolumn ,,Jor. ',and.;Junior) ,Oubs .throughout At Mrs. Dobson'sMrs the heart House to House Mrs. W. O. Rails. 681 W. Whid- ; ,

f tbftartian I jittans<,Iwmarsn t received,* and felt i4hatKktas the lovuntry. A*>. invitation Canvass, asked for volunteersto den St. while he has been a- L jIbe Arcadia; Tourist Clubptelda but did it extremely well.,

name'b0uld tminentibned.iThis1, trimester,,Rita.iavtsoph-! 4s .xt.nd4.to thin.general pub., drive cars on Heart Sunday. wuy. Mrs. Rails met him in >ilk> eta.n.rbaCJtco. t 1, 4 Following tbe hat contest/'the
O. J Mrs.
D. Dobsva: and
tafiQercji' \..4U IMklldllf.this film. C: P. ,Sandusky were hostesses) The DeSoto High FHA girls Tampa. After' a leave' visit and .cIa..... at the,Arcadia,We- reveah+yg ,ruse spent dancing,and

'! rlrcahhientand'AnmttftrvvtndcnisVoci, o.tJoor.1)oflo&ndorro. .Following: .t *.bpwing of the to the L E Club Wednesday will assist In the drive. Heart here, Captain' Raits 'wnttakehi. lrsapa, Club Saturday' evening.Japwary e-\orionC.: ,)ight.Jvxb.t; .
., inthis t'[,film* a *bu4Mj>ea. ',aessipri will Sunday wll be observed Feb. family with him to the 18th. Judges Xpr the 115+5r ,PI the,. JiW.. bers
t\a 8cJt.4hei responsible liar rJ- & at
\ afternoon. January 15th
'
t 1 b* .bUt/itiaJ, Jll..for the 10th In DvSoto County. Mrs. new assignment in Pa. toccaaivn: ,.I|W rr ,Mr.. and ..Mr*. J pff, abaen;%'4> "u30ho1 colds
coming .tlxJrtdlrattlrbnes- the home of Mr O. D. Dobson.
> a.nd".Wd thetartkroeget : Saoborfi. Mr*._ Robert end be R1dr7uupugltut;
:March of pwp s campaign will ihong gave out ,stickers for Waytta ?.( : all
'ter atriFSU. NormaWyjitoulyii>> Juniorst and it Seniors*ue ;,.b* |aeeounaext by" .,Mrs." ,Frank ,tug N. (Monroe Aveou car windows. Mrs. Belle Kinlster" of Washington L Jleq:: ;and .Miss..Ruth, McE: ya. are! hepintq.b.; ,fuy.l and able

sglulLlila@1rmlodJ.talri: < ot.8.U..outataJad1-.aDd >-OwtterWIg*. president Mrs.Gutterldg The study course for the Several members assisted at D. C.. house guest of !L About,Iftrty, women sad pine Uf ettpn4 t {bat, .Irtd1sp\ .1hday .
,
overall leadership during her stay at J FSU, Miss Thomas, and Mrs Weaver year of contemporary ideas, the gate during Fair Week. Mrs, Rupert Smith, went to,Jucu, participated, in.,the event. rt,Iq: f., Yp4.htAF menn".J
the Resident Counselor,. recommended her to the Assistant IIIpps have been working on and .Ideals was continued by Mrs. Dora Cearhart. chairmanof Pahoke SalUrUJy, lUf T"Wt*" \ ,numberof on-lookera wer* ?7anaiydsy. 1Kgrup lr q.tbniotr .

Dean of Women for the position. After ..reviewing theM plana and have tentatively presenting new voices in fic the Fair Commltle from days visit with her niece 1\1''. I also prentr After,the ,promenth 3plli.I J" .

'Rita's qualifications Miss Lynn appointed her to set Saturday. January tlon. Mr. D. O Barnett gave the club kept (he post, ,filled at E. F. Mclllwln. and family &?:>..?. *..judge,* IkwUly elect .., .' ....r.
Interesting facts about Ian .
the position of Junior Counselor. Sincerely Susan Dun- 13th as the day for.. "-road aU times ed nine winner and J awarded .
block" ,on Brvard Avenue Fleming often referred to as Miss Bernice Erlckson ofChlc..o. prizes ,** follow Mr*. Ralph.
ham. with high school atuYlenta participating "The Thinking Man's Mickey The District. meeting ,will beheld 111. arrived Sunday tMcCuc. veal t .or. aU;; ,Mr*. Harry COMPLETE
We are always happy to recognize honor bestowedon Splllane". Fleming writes one in Arcadia' Sunday. Feb.
!. The Mothers Marchof for a few days visit with berbruU..r. Kromcr. prettiest; Mrs. "Es
our young ladies and young men so thanks Susan Dimes will b* held Friday book a year Critics think there 23rd.: ,at the Woman Club.SCv..l Abner Erlckson. She ther Levis most original; Mr*.
for the letter. Is too much violence in his committee& ,chairmen; :FLORAL.'
Richard ridiculous
night. January 31st. from a.:DO spent last week visiting witha Alkema most -
Rita is the daughter of Mrs.{ Marie Serge 520 N.Monroo to S.OO: p-m. Donation mailers ). book, which Indeed do contain have been appointed and are friend on Captlva Island. ; and for the men. Joe

Avenue, Arcadia. bar already been mailed. scenes. of torture and sex. making plans Jon this meeting. Taylor best of all; Al Harvey

Chicken Always Come !Horn to Roast and donation cans will. be In reality, according to Mr*. M r.. W. B. Miller spent prettiest Henry Baasen. funniest SERVICEUna
placed in business. establish- Barnett Fleming. Is a kind and President Marilyn lone Wednesday and Thursday in ; and two other men Lee
.Now I will have to change the old bit because .
adage a
antf. )' gentle person. He hates th* and Mrs. Leila Newsorae represented Tampa. She went over to attend Leas and C. F. Johnson, wen Holtzemlqrf
my story does not have"Anything to do with chickens ', 1 II\ .. .HeY...,JJM..Masai t t. tb but concerns a ladies watch that remained lost to04.over has given invaluable ..al.- fi* can com and: Land USA" meeting Future Thursday afternoon. could not eliminate them so Flowers andNursery

four months. I will tell you the story and you ,tanc*. go as h* pi...... meeting .will be, held .and, the awarded them prizes alga '
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can figure out if there was some kind of'.gut angle to ...0......*. for the evening Mrs. Lloyd Ryal gave an Club I. $Invited to parUcipate. Miss Florence: Coughenour Evel'7One4 that the,

it. Beadle (Mrs.\ W. I).) Miller lost her watch sometime will be Mrs. Weaver IIIpps, absorbing account of the background Delicious refreshments were .p-nt the weekend en Sanibel judge had a hard job to do,

along tho first of September. She looked every Mrs. Eddie Rushing. Miss Myra of the life of J. D. Sa served' by Mrs. Parker and co- Island. She returned home VYA .8-i43t'

ptMcw TOT it but to no avail. So Rill gave her A new Cauglilln Mr*. Gene Qlbbs linger, who is a campus favorite hoet..... Miss Louis' John Monday afternoon accompanied '
one for Christmas. Then on Monday 'morning of this Mrs. W M. Marsh and Mrs. Salinger has been writIng son. Mrs. Dora Oearhart and by Mrs. Julian Herr of MYF Group 12 East Magnolia:
Dun Drown for twenty-one years, but Mrs. Alpha GnUmlnger. Memphis Tenn. who plans to
Arcadia
FloridaDilfJ
week. Beadle went out to the garbage can to emptya has written only one novel, spend a couple of months here Spend.Weekend ,
trash bag and right In front of the renting
can. "Catcher In The Rye". on before returning horn.
cozily on the green grass and In plain view of any. Mrs. R. Reynolds which h* spent ten years. lie -,.-- In Leesburg I

one :who happened to be In that .part of the yard, and Is a recluse, shuns publicityand Jane Dishong Mr and Mrs Gilbert Smithof Mr*. Hazel Parker Councilor -
the garbage collectors was her gold watch. Nowj as all contact with the outside Ft. Myer were Saturday
Elected Head of MusicIn and Mr*. W. F. Southwell
you remember' we have been having .a great deal Ct world "Cather' In the Rye"Is Studying guests of his parents, Mr. and accompanied Cheryl Flanders

rain in the last month or no. and the watch wan onlya e a story of a young boy who EnglandAn Mrs David Carl Smith :320 I Phyllis Clement. Wendy Web ,

few! inches from the stand where the garbage pall WWI Vet. Aux.The flunked lose' out himself of school In New and York triedto North Hillsboro Ave. Shannon Stainbrook. George

stay but unprotected she was amazed but pickedit Arcadia resident Jane Agnew Jol Corley Ricky r
Auxiliary society lie ends up by beingpsychoanaUsd Dishong. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Slaughter of Mulberry Nelberger Pet Whldd... t
up. wound it up and It is still running She had to W.WI. Veteran Mr Ryals dis- Lew Mounting
looked< around there before because'! she could remember met Thursday. Jan nth' cussed Mr* William W. Dishong. 311 was a Monday visitorin Ambler and David Piukln to Also Ro
briefly two other worksof N. Lee. Jewelry lesTrained
Ave, recently passedthe .Arcadia.Mr. .
with IJ member present and Lea!>ura for a weekend study .
being out there with Hill and cleaning fishn the out
Salinger's, Tranny' amiJUiory' ,
'
half-way mark in her winter w'e
one guest Mr*. Lone BrunsMtuf cours at the Youth. Camp
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aide table. Said that she thought that she had I
put Port Charlotte Mrs. Julia trip to London. England and Mrs. David Carl there. Efficient *
her watch' on the top of the' clog ten but when she PrJgley, president presidedover During the aortal hour sits, and. has already had many experiences Smith. went to Tampa late Saturday Dr. .Dale White of Washing .

went back for It,1. was not there Sounds very mysteri the meeting. Dubmn and Mr Sandusky worth writing home -alter noun for a weekend .. ton. D. C, and Dr. Tom Stroller Not Expensive

ous.Just maybe bird picked; the watch up and dropped Mrs. Hronawn. the guest was served delicious refreshments aUiut.Jan. visit with their daughter.Mrs of Miami were tb* speaker
it in the foliage In the vacant lot-then cams, 011 it aked' In make a few remarks, la Mr, *. W. M Latimer, a guest la part of an I-member R. D Futch. Mr ht h. for the Christian education Ronni'. Trd-Bit

again and by accident drot>.ped It right In front of and told uf many Interesting and netMr.members. Mrs. D. 0 flsr- student-faculty group from and daughter Anita. They also cause on Ss Mor, ... Mr*. It takes some people 4 long
C D. Ilurt" .
Mrs.Bryan
the ran and on the mowed lawn. Wherever' the little exi'erkncee the has had since Florida Presbyterian College, visited with Ur. Smith's brother Parker and Mrs. Southwen Urn.to learn Uwi.it doesht
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watch has been, and whatever" It has been doing the working In the AuxlUary Carlton.Campbell Mr*. B. L.Mrs.Davis II airs.A. L.. currently in England duringthe and sister-in-law. Mr. and were' most complimentary on pay to ."stuck op.- .'

owner" is glad to haher 21-Jewri' Hamilton back. Th following officer were P. HolUifnan. Mr II L. month of January doing research Mrs II. II. .Smith the way th* object was handled I'S:
elected to serve fur 1MU: Mr*. on the country's history and Mr.. Parker said that
If read this
through Are probably JuhrMun Mrs. Paul
you you as Kemp Mrs.
Ruby Reynolds Mrs.Maude politic, music art, drama Mrs. Anna Lee Carlton Is It was of the EAT. :
president: on* most instructive OAK a T.
,confused as I am. Anyway you look at it. Itcadie now Henry Lunier, Mr*. J. A, Lat and visiting her daughter Mrs. '
Skate. vlc-prsident! : criminology. course that *b* had ever AMCAOIA. FLA.
hag: A, spare watch. Mr. EUaabeth: l"\trnl1. .Iura. Imer.. Mrs. Sumter Laitner.Mrs. As her special. Interest group. James Moor and Rev. Moor, attended. DIAL WA 1-4711 .
A D Mlsltor. l\ln.
LU.ydliyalsw __
Women' -ftet H i_y kar vlc-pr*.i John A.
My bellow' women "please enter, the Florida Citrus Williams. treasurer; Mr. and airs John York.Simmons has attended concert by the She attended a week's curriculum .

Fifth AH'Florida Orange I Dessert Contest. Things are Dorla Yukley. Chaplain: Mr. London Philharmonic, organ writer conference: Of '

not looking. so gore!. In a new rules' Tvleane received Francis. peter. 3 years. Mr. recitals, chamber music performances Warner PrM.ID Anderson Jnd.befor 18 wHlaU
Clarlbel Mewl 2 years, and and madl'i&.k,, making the trip k>
Tuesday a St. Petersburg man was certified' an the VARIETIESPINE
Charleston foe her week visit., s
first and read Mr. Josephin Me.... 1 year Rook Club I Hemjd her activities.
one to enter this lie entered a fruit Thai group with the Moore's. Warner Prea* ;
dessert r tipd. "Orang Fluff... He Is a native of Denmark regular Auautary Ftbruary will inert meeting forth she has been given the opportunity .la the. publishing house for Uu Il 111:

And has been cooking for 53 ,..ears lie Is married on Thursday, Feb 13th and Met with In spend tour day In Churches <>< Cod.
HaywarUa heath Sussex England
has twp children" and six grandchildren am A th 1 .
newly elected (fleer' will t
s4 a rnple of KnglUh
research chemist stiU active developing new products, b* installed at th. t torte country life, as well. the- Dr and Airs. adcMlor POINT. RESTAURANT
Mrs. H. E. Potter Swain sprat the weekend In
(Continued on 3-A) big city of London.
_____.__ }pogu_ __ ______ Jacksonville.. Dr. McSwaln a'. U. S. 70 West . #,. I
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-- -- 'liar.. Arcadia Reek Club met Group sightseeing' already seeded the Judiciary commit-' ,

Plans For TheRobartsPattison "Friday" artvrnutwt With Mrs taken hr tn Coventryand tee of the Stale Medical Convention. WA 9-5581

: II. K. PMter at her bane ell| Canterbury calhdr**!*. ., and they also found
'- CM MAsnulia Street Streuexd-.n-A.. ana war time to visit with their daughter -

'. ." '!It IVtauUful atrTngaM ta of wick Cas4lw. She will ae* Oxford Mr*. C. Dubos A"s l.y. .
rt-r..i .W: 5 *" -. juvt gladioli> were wed University.' Windsor Ca*<- Mr. Aa.,.. and daughter SirtUay R

i isbtlabed very Thursday r morning tt 7-2 M W. Wedding in the try ruoms. k. wnd borne llamptuc Cuurt batoncerdng a..n__ i

o..k'lM Arcadia. Florida. Earl C. Ifri.it...... Mrs PWn: Campbell. made
Th g*..*.P will return toTsimpsj Mr. and Mr. Paul D**. of Party Pr4U
Kith in th anero ?
publisher; Margaret O. Nelborgor. huslneo* SMMiager.JCotcred Mla.( Plriri Ann Roberts ......sror +i Inttrnalional Atrpurtan Avon Park ten Sunday: guests s ;

*4 .Second CUss Matter, October IT. IM at the announce plan fur .her .*... January 31., oT Ma eMlee.,Aire, WlUont wqti Why Not Plon DPSown ..
........
ruurt to DvM II. P.tumvTh ThettgMful served a de- - -. arty .
Post Office at Florida wader .
Arcadia. Ad Congrea CMarch
*.wesiainsT will lake place desert plate. .f C T- AU Kids Love
a. '''Ian. S turdvr.' *.*<>.. I. at three man ehocvute r*&.. party

e>leck Its .Uk* afternoon In nits, cheese thlbita had hot I'4
-.as..J'odda. Prs AasorUtkta National editorial: Art Instrwcf I 1N w
Trinity MUMdtot, CtMirvb. Th Russian te* ta the fnuVMrtng* fi ..- ..... .... es-g514e
Association. IntemauosuU Confareoc* of Weakly News"paper Rev. ..... Myrtle llrown. Misa to .. ..
Raymond llatye. .-c..r.au Mary .- Writ .. .._ ,
Editors.:, Sigma Delta Cfci.JUpmonttaUvea. perfcir tn* eerenwny. Brown." Mr.. ...... Carlton- -:. t1 W'alc iol'J I :.... :. ...... ,... ..,- _
Mr. ami Mr*. Howard Rebrt Mr 0-.. IA1t_. Mr. A l .. ef a.eae.sed aaelsr. -1 ,
unr tislog Florida Prea 3.evlcer ., ....... of tn* brwe J Dialer.. Mr, IX G ttorneU, I -., pasty -. + : ,
.1.-w Flarid.; .. -* N.wsi..p.e. ItepreKcntaUv**. wtll entertain with a is ptln Mr Grace Smith Mr Nomnl Mary H. Rhoades

New. York, Mew York; Atlanta. Oenrgiai'DetroN.: MVMgaw.Kabscrlntion .4 Arcadia Couatry OM*> ..... Duke. Mr* C U Craven. Mr*. Bowl-Land

relit MosWijt lowlng Ute wedding reresmonyHo c. IX 1>ortng, Mr tlln Camp : poimtArrs -4 rims.I..PE3A,1 ; a
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Ratssa One Year .
$4M SUO.fllngl .
; lomval Invitation ace bell. and Mr C. P SiMhsay, CAF Arcodta a y

). Copy Mailad-49 c... ,wing sent out but *U frienOsml Tb-rKrf will meet FrfcUy.January Writ Tee *f Dee l* A.... liS17South;

Copy oC Back_Is.-2'J Caste "&au... are !.. ** a I. at 3'3* pa*.. .lth Car of Th A..ala Art. AasesMeiee WA 9 551

ttond the wedding ana the r*. b.m* of Mr Gear** Lett E1Mthwr .. 3Mo '
m nffi1 -
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.*THE-'ARCADIAN 'Arcadia, Florida Thtra} ay,. January 23,. 1964 S-X




'S CHIT CHAT Our Editors.Readers. Note: The following Say- ? our Marriage'LicensesMarriage : A. B. C. Man Talks


letter was written by / licenses were issued I
Attorney Hugh G. Jones to >, .,
from the Judges' office
(Continued from page 2-A) C. D. Treadwt-H. Jr.. concerning fe DeSoto County Courthouse' To Area KeglersThe

including new recipes for people that enjoy good food.;* the locating' of the Fridav January 17th to David

Mr. Nielson said. One male made t through to the Florida Bar Center and a ltllVSchoo HOlY' PuttUon. 28. of Clewls- bowling situation In Arcadia couraging
Grand Finale in last year's contest and think copy was sent to The Arcadian ton and Patricia Anne Ro-
as related to the situation Local' league members present -
how( the men would gloat should they win this year. for publication. &Jr.Tre.dwell ti.tra. 23 of Arcadia; to Joseph in other parts of the South were Arthur Roe. GeorgePalmer

r DesAert*. which must include at l least two freshFlorida the committee U a for member the raising of- /!' I':;nillo ':aptNtt(). 45. of Punta was the topic of discussion at Dick Donaldson Tom-
Lenna Rocn
Oorda and -
Dorothy /
oranges or one cup of Florida orange juice of money for the Center; a Monday night' meeting at the my Anderson and Phil Keyes.
tffllbe judged on general appearance quality, flavor Chesterfield Smith is chairman By HMO Flinders r :JJ of Punta Gorda. Florida Power and Lhlht Company According to Marsden Wallis -

aad originality of idea. Send your entries to Orange of the Bar Center Committee A licensevua\ also issued to meeting room. local lanes manager. Howard -
Dessert Contest. Box 148. Lakeland. Florida ((33802)) and presidentelectof I County. Sc*'"< SuMrtntand; l I.nt Howard Wayne lItol18.( Mr. Ben Howard. American was able to give? him some
and S>Ivia Gayle Putton. both] Congress representative good ideas that he could evalu-
Bow.ling
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*ad should be postmarked not later than midnight Feb- th Florida Br Association. -
One of the most Importantand er and nt\3 Record
M complete of Arcadia, on Jan. 20th> 'I'"m.ota.,,, < told the ate to see If they could be
rtiary 15. yet unheralded phases -of ttf tho .-hill's inthcalualadvancement ) group that the present. status Incorporated in the programat
Clean Out the
Creek our school program Is the test- throughout his r of bowling in Arcadia and Bowl-Land. Among these
Every once in a while. !the creek that flows from December 27, 1963 school career Flanders DeSuto County looks very en- was a plan for senior citizens.
the northeast to the southwest through Arcadia just Mr. E. D. Treadwell Jr. ins schedule.We In addition to the previously Hugh I -- .- -

has to have a cleaning and it seems from the reports 12.14 North DeSoto Ave. feel that a complete comprehensive mentioned' routine tests we Receives Honor

that have been coming into the office that the Arcadia Florida record of each child give m ny special test such I,

time has arrived. The citizen who came in Tuesday Dear Doug: should be kept on file at all as heunng:, sight, and rendinK <(
morning', wondering what could be done lives in Rob- I congratulate The Florida times. With this In mind W1t as recommended by specialists << prevented a large blue ilible :\ DOLLARS SENT

ertooto Court and walks daily to town down Oak Street. Bar on its appointment of you have a very definite. testing These are also recorded with their name ernbo a*>d on i'
as committeeman to help raise program outlined in our tin the students individual folder It in gold The presentationwas AWAY FOR
:Srte>> said that the stench was terrible and she looked
money for The Flo".d.11.1' schools of DeSoto County. mad by K. C, AldrMge "
over the bridge and saw palm limbs and other PRINTINGN
Center. However. I do not ; i '
The first teat that a childis We do not give much \all-, trustee t of Gideon International
debris banked with tin cans, dead animals and other commend The Florida Bar
I
on given. comes in the first dity to any of thee teat, from Savannah Georgia. I, '
; Objectionable objects. Now I live on the East side calling it a "Center" when it = Come Back
two weeks of Ms school career.! but alt of them together &present Gideon International l h an
and cannot remember the day that I have walked on is proposing to locate it much --
The first given a valuable of known for TT-
graders are ">urN information organization widely Let U. Do Yow Pria*.
the West side but since we do have the creek, and closer to Georgia Alabamaand *
about
Readiness Test to determine (he individual" religious promotion of the Hi-i I
,t many people do walk.am sure that we want it so that Mississippi than they are their degree of readiness for" child, and much can bv lournevl bio and they have placed the

the. water can run freely through, with as little obJection to the 'Center" of the Stateof the work they are about to be through. a well oifianizcd book;; In moat hotels and

as possible. Florida. subjected to, and are placed testing program,, schools around the nation.
The of the State of 1-
people accordingly.In: I --- -- -- --- -- --- -
--
l :;
Florida have given Indolent
the spring of every yea
Phone Co. Spends Dinner for attention to the fact that the all grades except 9th and 12th s
Party State of Florida is spending are given Achievement Test HAVE ROOM GROUPS THAT FIT YOUR POCKET!

5-Million in '63 multiplied millions of dollarson to determine the advancement
Miss RobartsMiss government buildings In
during that year. The ninth
,The Inter-County Telephone l Tallahassee that is a hundred and twelfth grades are tested

,.System spent more than $5 Patricia Robarts and miles from NOWHERE that is through two ttate-wide pru-
million for expansion and improvement David Pattison. whose marriage central In Florida but they grams. The ninth graders are

of facilities during is scheduled for Saturday are also allowing other Important tested during the early part ed4
,'1083. This is the second: conserCMtive buildings such as this of the year to determine than
February 1, were entertained -
Florida Bar Center to be
so
In the history of
year Friday, January 17 by areas that need special' attention
located to be the
as nearer
the Company when gross plant the bride-elects uncle and during their high school::
.additions exceeded the S3 million citizens of Georgia, Alabamaand
aunt Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred T. careers. The State Twelfth
mark. Roberts of Sarasota. Mississippi than to the Grade testing program Is give
Extensive planning and coordination major part of the populationof each year to all seniors In
The dinner party was givenat the State of Florida.
are necessary to suc- Florida. This is a general aptitude -
cful'y conclude: such a huge Sarasota.the exclusive Field Clubin The pioneer and frontier test and is used to de- Ovtr 50 4ssocJ.ft Jf9f.i Sirring HirUa

annual expansion program days of Florida are definitely a terming eligibility for entrance PAY AS LITTLE AS
which) starts in January and The hosts presented the cou- matter of the lengthening past. Into State Institutions of higher .
'Increases In tempo as time ple with, a lovely piece of When Tallahassee was made learning. LIVING ROOMBEDROOM

progresses. The peak of the their silver. the Capitol of this state, moat ,
f All of our students are give
program Is reached in December Attending were Miss\ Ro- of the population of the State $
test their 2nd
an IQ during ,
when the winter residents harts and David Pattison, hOI}. .w.. ..e a ...-. atrtnn ,.and :3th, and 7th years In schools. 0 $25'

and visitors migrate to Flora or guests Mr.\. and Mrs. Hot The results of these tests are,
Me, US .!joy the state's most Roberts Arcadia; Mr. aOperatlon M.no. helpful to the teachers to know 's ... Lees f.. **!. ewnpisis maw 'awe-
valuable asset-eunshine.IMS Mrs.\. C. A. Pattison of V to Iap .t MMff f .Ftfeed O. CAftlOADPURCHAStS
what from each
was the biggest year Mr\. and Mrs. Frank dine .Conducted DV St 1n.nt 1n->> child. expect eiw MA/OM DISCOUNTS .*4 TtlMIM-
the DOUS MIIOHT' SAVINGS' _.*.. M .. ..4.. ye* tIe
hosts Mrs.
.Mr. and
.
lav t11.11151017 of Inter-County | All of the test scores are recorded Met et the .......t f....*>.!. ..*..! S*.* !. .*4 s.* A W E E K
with the last 120 days being Bobarta. Wl"Operation Mlnon.- a '
pro- each year on the students .... _.v H Is fe esa revs *.___*"*eel Cteelf M
.... ... ..
almost fabulous by comparsion n____ .._ G-.I,
with previous months or years. most of the growth and moat Cumulative Record Fold-

Statistics show that during of aggressiveness.... has been SAVE $30 TO $40 ON YOUR CHOICII.

1963 an average of 199 stations New Plant Work Centers south of the territory that was It

per day were installed and 76 were also constructed in Fort most thickly populated when Mrs. Donald Eller $
Tallahassee was made the site BUY'a
of
removed for a net gain about Myers\. and Naples during the

33 stations per day. This last four months of 1963. Thea* of Government. Talks at WMUThe .
means, of course, that Inter- new work centers will be used I have been thinking these
County personnel Installed afcout for warehousing the ever-in thoughts for quite a while; but Women's Missionary Union

three telephones for every creasing quantity of materials, utterence thereof may be be- of the Calvary Baptist wit.. ...f......

1 on gained. Actual records show equipment and supplies necesaury lated. But with a south Florida Church met at the church' on tt9itra ....
that there'were 27.C07 I Installations to meet such unprecedented man at the head of our Organ- Thursday Jan. 11th at 7:34:
and 19,2&3 removal, fort growth. They are also cation. U may be possible for p.m. The meeting had been

at jt. gain. of 8.323 stations. utilized .. a reporting and dispatch us to upset the present plans postponed at the scheduled s ..tlceck's .

t.634 of about 68 percent of center far the. Plaint and get a transfer of this law time because of sicknaaaaeveral mad ti ..J..r.. .. )
Uieee atettona were gained dur- work forces.InterCounty's. center la. some Ioc.t"let: of the members.A .

ingthe last 120 days of the Impact on us say northeast of Tampa.north most Interesting discussion Hadeoek' .
year. We- that during these South Central and Southwest of Lakelaad and west of was led by. Mrs. Donald nti

last four months the number Florida can only be realized Orlando; somewhere near8rookaville Eller on th* need for more LOW.LOW'I.Clf.
of removals remained about the or Leeaburg.If .
churches and
minions In the
when you consider' that it Is
same per day, but the number the largest around employer contracts have not been midwest and northwestlions .. :-

of customers wanting service In the year area, with about entered into and If land has of the country 10 Piece i Ctwl es. Sofa led .Gipptof
about 26
Increased by percentper not been :
700 employees. Cu..rentbthe already purchased The next regular meeting
day. In other words, station Company has gross revenues the plans could be changed But wilt be held on Monday night ..... II s.arsbbl /s. ..e N feel A..w
I Installations during the approaching 91 million a year.A It seems to me that I have read Jan. 27th. rL4f' 1 4>4a9t44MBaf AatlMaMaVat f..,s1a.aTJ"ee Att. 4OW.LQW' 'flLlCI. $1', 158
last 12O days of 1963 increased large part ofh money something about the attempt of -- .. ----- c.a.-: fiaavt.w) *. M,.b..ih>.te.*.. t..i*....4..*... ........ 4e,...e.),.
from log to 137 per day and finds Its way back Into thelocal the Organization to purchasethe .. .T e ELM:. **..leaa a>*iala,. i, < ., .> a......f tT

removal decreased from 76 to economic channel thereby land for the elcatlon In Tsf CALLING ALLHOMEMAKERS .....,..q .- ..*. ..........
71 jet slay. for an average contributing to the growth la........ | do not know how gal/M.v '. 1.1. S.I e.1 s Pae.e .Lame C bl.. CbA Cbek aI.t.he.y
.... gain *f 65 stations per day. and development of the area. far that baa been matured.Why : /.pebeM 3 Tebie :; AM.esiee Sane. $10 eoWt-e-
Record breaking station In the world do we a", A. C. FOLK JR..
Calais don happen accidentally It should be noted that as ,
just south Florida people tit around MOW TO AARANOCVOUM :
however. Precise plan- of December 31. 1963. Inter- white the people' In Tallahassee DINING' ROOM. I S I.Down Carload SALE!
County Telephone System was ::
*.. .-eoedinaUon by alprptA1M get all the money and :
.or.-
bat liberal management operating and maintaining. physical .", a l'
stale .
buildings and other buildings Op.IN
well plant with a value exceeding NNseelea. ,
are necessary, as as
thV full support Of a dedicated 947 ...,1Ion. Mr. J. H. that actually ought to be ,la. seem o. t' Tsmawlq

Work for<<. Besides record- Johnson Company President in To the renter the of least Florida dinette' ."..* qt 4, ... f+61w.inx
say we ought are severalthinaa I
said that efforts toward IJ
breaking station gains during serving to knock the word "C nWr' ta *...< ROKCHlST
these 120 days of 1963. II ma- the public better and more .
out of the name if we are going side In a 'le I'
jor changes and additions were abundantly will continue' behind to put the building enrely 1. ,..."."',.. f
piade la the Company's bulldJngs the scenes through Innovation the fee I.... ....... y
en west side of what Is
and facilities which. red of new method*, new Not only i 1
Investment of almost tools. and new quipn nt. lie not the center of population mast the dinMM./ ftOL.. C wtlll .I-A.1ItfIIt:
.quired an ,,,not the west aide of what Is
fj million. Included In thpowt.Ja -. also saM that the Company rig room furniture fit into t I 1 i .....
not the
center of Florida .
projects were new a 4crowave pjana t. jpcmd .la exceaa.of 94mlllton geographically. the roam wttbcnrt*verrrow<* .Id.
for Improvement and tng but you must nuke. awe 110' .... ft K de .
facilities to Cape expansion during 1964. Estimates This Introduces the subect| that there will still fe* mnm ....,.... .r .,..
Has. Pine Island and SanlbelCapttvsi If you think' well. of It. lets to spar after the chairs Gusto Nt Sv..plp cs- Ire ..4blAY1I
Islands from the Fort Indicate that station gain diartMM It are pulled. ant and you and at"
Myers' Tell Center and to wit .MC* d a..seo.t..... and Meat some cordially more. your family or guests anseated 1- sn CWF

from Ofcechobe eau Mow* and Park Fort Ton Mead Cn- by gross 91 million revenues during will. the Increase eon*. Iluab Gilbert June yours table. It's at the surprising doting. man how 11 _Puce CtMffttf. l.gV... .....tt,a taw $'

,ter. The Oheecno*ee facilities: ana year. many. people fall to cider ..... .fcf 'AMTAJT/CY NHOOM MfsCAUI hIM 58"
uu* .. .... stsit ....
Inelooerf. a relay station a* Aad. In aershasMg dl.Me. siaiaaw siwa > tass.Lg
Women seem to save tradlnatstamps teem sad eieeAsq bee bp/s. M.giMq
Cornwell. florlda. where theCompany'c ..* for the SMa>4 **e eea-pi b./-uT ..... A wN/I
same reasons.Leading .... ...
9th building was lessee, mess ::.: S158
erected along with a 3O foot the tot of 25 most- twos* ...>..? ere Sass yea nave.. =: 07111 fU1.
.
DI ... ., 3 fx ... a i
wanted Items amplegem
far
tower. the tallest.. of some 25 are peresl* tie tafcUwi r... .. $49.9S N SIt.
I
MenwMsa49Caana .
.H .M ef Site .M M ij. Mi
silver leaves
sheets., service and cuiar
.a',1M Inter-County Syrtem. WANT AD _. .......ad Y...., ;..
.
These radio microwave net- TV seta. AU at us have sn din flrtsq TWev M $130 A Wad/

wOrtIr sepptem. nt eaartingopen me rewraa where It .is ...
wtr and carrier whichformerly anal UnpnailtiM t* sane a -
provided all long oisiae nwl lm.._ U- totemwere
service.iTteM net taken. ante rand. O.a..naitlfT
To All Members and CHAIRS
FriendsOf .
... period also witnessed eratMn.In _
InterCounty s<.aMeesakt dl.iag ...-.
the -
'two new exchange In
System aa the sash The DeSoto lea sag w Jest a asiae
County 've< .**.. N ban a S 110
VI"O"
.SMS96*_ were .ieH<. a. Salina s.* ...,... ....* ta* w t ,
.. Springs and saw/- 5.e .a>.*. ........ win.
bat-Captiva Island respective Chamber Of Commerce Nt4 gee Sr* .>.*... Woe ",... 'wt1twI PiNon light

ly. These two new echang' .. a.4 .*<..*. '
diHuwl.
.Mmi .--.I Napnaw1wIDa.Melr If ye.., A.. <. a* roam for RECLINER
TIMMCSSI lie <.OAa F.,
A* new Chamber of Commerc Manager a cite, ar buffet.
TOUr r- may
1 1 e r InterCounty.Moe ...... "
they were the tint In may .. In this way* say hello and HI to all I have ..*.. naiisj for a sml _n-. == .. t CHESTS
.woe e.-
N M Mrs 4VC pbrtseb.her
... atpMew to erter only oneata1 met many of you aad will do my very belt to m* tevery wept bearer- e. mare ... $39'5 ,,.. our 'IY' tylNt A ,
tw. pasty aerate In thebuddings one avi anon a. ponalbs' 'It would tAt nee U% A.e-.Iq. wedp e- I
: =
..... .... to>> ha.... ytm' drop fn at the Chamber Office anytime -* ........ *<. a.* .* *l* erIlo. rr.-_-_-e-., ... sene se-. algae ...:.: spot= ...-. .
? kk1 hes convenient far wad rna.t ea to See.yu .
weew aa.tn.cN4 at Manesifa..oiae rowMrs. ........ r... Bell ..eeNrae' td. wef.lei..,: N III.A. $19.95 su..S S 1 .l3

Peet M..dr Fine.esd DeJkleia awl I ors .K* pr U b* .la Areadla. .a..-..... ...... mlertMwof M/M90 Ci.A. CN49T u... ..., A**.**

-w..e. JI4'W wad' dW....s.ilefitwt...... e& The warmth mad friaHfcllineM. of eteryoo ala dieag. resew fi oitun ., '
also
Moat! ....... M fe'. ....... an.baler makes u. fee CM t-.*.. we have c.... ......, ms at estw.s..... ...p.- aanhelaetiq Arcadia Music- Furniture Str.e.. )

.me* ahnai. was estate T--- .... Ms.e nwe
O.+ww .e ...- snfass of the As Chamber of Cosnmerr' Ma sneer. I hall f ......... e. se' N
solo aria, Mdrnswe. M 11+iswe. make a' ry effort to briny our pevpa' tot thf ,..,..._ me see bate M w
.. fieerst. sow. -.J-r. swvbo to work tocether' to bold a ctmnr orraaitatio yw men a lee-a'. eN.Na.M .J3 w. o.k St. Folk'sASSOCIATE 1
all tfc > r....Ise .... ease "...
of
repmentatlrw of f efio
.Mspc..s.nw. were canard people wits tb1. .........u.c-. 1.Daest .. and Arcadia. soy.... me CU1 e. .rII&r -. STOlE FOR

.- o.a- DtrJesd '" ... ,......... .... MN .
1tiMIMD Joe' flsrrsi.s Ofa. JOHN H. DANIELiJlaeisru site. A....... __deetseee .
..' _m.-4.0. sod. new. dial ...... II _... O..sa a
...wwsp. ,ssl r sAeattsisd .. .. Ie ........ AI
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1ii ro TO BUY 'IO S t L TD R 1 T TO N1 R'E' H f1P 6 A ItE D to 5i SUN D



DIAL WA 8.8501 TO PLACE CLASSlfIED A D

Every Thursday 4-A TIL[ AliCAllIA\, Arcadia, Florida, Thursday, January 23I964

SERVING THE HUB OF SOUTH CENTRAL FLORIDA -- -

207709 W. Oak St. Arcadia, Florid
T. Mizelle and Mrs. Alec Hendry: pastorof
and Mr. and Mrs. E.
PHONES WA 8-8501 OR WA 8-8511 Owens NevIs Pine Level NewsMS. drove to Lakeland Sunday afternoon Baptist Chucrh and their

Mrs. Buns children of Myakka City. Mrj
to visit
Classified: 5 cents: per word. Minimum charge $1.00.
LEGAL Outler, who is a patient at E. G. Sellers Arcadia and ,llr,

Display Advertising In classified: section $1.26 per Mr. and Mrs Leonard Sifn- turn to their home In Homet T. E. MIZELLEMrs. tho Lakeland Hospital Her and Mrs. J. C. Da,.. Lake

column Inch. Minimum size accepted-on* Inch. NOTICES. mona and II friend of Ocala ad after a weekend visit W. E. Thompson and caushtcr; Airs. Lot D. Jones land. It was very encouraging

were In this. Community lost with Mrs. Clara Stroble and Miss JDvIa WUthrich: ot; Tam of Deleware, Ohio 1st with her to the pastor. And there werta

a All classified cash with order unless Advertiserhas j Wednesday and were calling family and Mr. and Mrs. Joe pa, spent Saturday With their and also; her nephew and wife. number of others from the

established account: : with The Arcadian. I on Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilson Morton.Mr mother Mrs. Arrenla Wuth-_ CoL and Mrs. J. M Hous. of community who don't attend

Deadline for Classified Ads. Wednesday 9;00 a.m. ----------- and other friend and Mrs. J. E Scott were rich and sister, Mrs. George Clermont. She was slightly All are welcome.

'in THE CIRCUIT' COURT of THE Many happy returns of the the Sunday dinner guests of Cunningham.Mr. improved and it is hoped she

Classified set in eight point type. Average 48 words STATE DCSOTO Of FLORIDA COUNTY' 'IN FLORIDA AND FOR day to Walt Brewer who celebrated Mr. Ernest White and sister and Mrs.\. J. C. Daye will continue to improve,

per. Inch. IN CM-MCIHT CAST NO. 10.202 his Birthday last Thurs Miss Effie White of Lakeland were weekend Mr. Gerald Taylor of Arcadia Advertising helps to reduce

NOTICE' TO DEFEND day with a supper party at guests of her lister. Mrs. Dil- and consumer demand for scarce
S. Beard conducted
It to Rev. F. left early came Sunday
Box number charge 23: cents: extra. replies S. C SMITH.
the home of .
Plaintiff' his parents Mr Monday morning for Tampa lie Underwood and Eva ose services at the M.E. commodities by diverting public
be mailed SO cents.
-v'" and Mrs. Jim Brewer. Mrs where he will visit with his flagon, and all attended services community demand to other readilj
EDGAR.. f. DUNNING RATE! Church. Out r:
Card of Thanks charged: at classified rates. OUNNINt. ft a'. Katherine Gray was also a wife and family returning!!: at Pine Level Methodist. Rev. available commodities.
.
Taylor
Oef.ndo.. guest of the lirewers for. the here next Friday or Saturday.Mr. Church. ; guests were Mrs.
IN THE NAME Of THE STATE Of ------ ---------
occasslon. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Mizelle I
FLORIDA' and Mrs. Frank Bohn
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dye of and Millard Mizelle attended
GACETINwd! TO. THE DEFENDANTS 'IN
out from Arcadia
were Sunday I
SAID: '1fl.: TO-WIT: ; Tallahassee came down for a to business In Winter Haven
(I ) ) DUNNING and hi* wifo, weekend afternoon for a visit with Mrs.
visit with their
MISCELLANEOUSFOR; (12)) KAT DUNNING, (J). KATHLEEN parents Clara Stroble. last Tuesday afternoon.
COTTON and 'M>. WILLIAM CUT- Mr. and Mrs. K. .B. Con NOTICEDorothy
Den and South-
REAL ESTATE ION. ..* (S). HENRY JONES and I I verse and Mr. and Mrs. O. ft. Mr. Douglas Little of Tam- Bill Jerry
SALEFOR ((6)) ISTELLE end (17)). LOM- the weekend with well of Arcadia were guests
JONait was guest
Dye of Nocatce pa
spending partof
ENE JONES T nee LORtNEJONIS their
Sunday of aunt and family
FOR SALEFOR COTTON Lr. |LKATH) their time with each family.Mr. his parents Mr.'and Mrs. E. It. .
ifCN JONES Mea'NI.' and SALE Used Gas Rangesin JONU who N I alto known tn DAISY and Mrs. Lem Ball of Ilngsworth and son David.
his
to home late Sun-
MURRAY. and ((19)) HAYWOOD MURRAY
Homestead arrived here Friday
RENT or Sale' -Three and Good Condition. DeSoto and (11)( ). ALBERT W. GILCHRIST -I for weekend day. Mrs. Lavonia Harris, Mrs.Tommy J. Wocrncr
Gas Company. Phone WAlnut o bachelor and ((12)) a man evening a Putnam and five Children -
one-hal' acres land. Cleared 02-tfc who a fcr noreto r* FERGUSON" and visit with their aunt Mrs. Clara
WA 84501. tn. each ..f1'0&1.' If dove and tf dood. spent Sunday With
ready t*' plant. Telephone Stroble and to see Mrs. Ball's Bookkeeping Service0
all unknown pcnorw. ctowninoj, wed.Vyou friends in Lakeland. Mrs. Harris -
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8-8799. -- -- tn ttoir, d rviM*.. grant.., oo sister, Mrs. Joe Morton who I.a Is r ocatee News visited her grandmother
I3-14-I5-lfl-17-18-19-20-p sumn.es, l I.onor*. crodtfor. trtMto or patient In the Sarasota Hospital. -
I TRACTOR TillS offer. claimant., and tn* unknown M\ r s. Bunia Outler, Sunday i .
Hew about on 1/24/4 pi Jyzr': : .pa..s o( Nth of you chow. w.1. ..,. The Balls, accompaniedby moraine In the Lakeland -
CLASSIFIED, DISPLAY hNhow/ about o poir; : I. not i nomad a* defendant hereon' ; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stroble By DIANE: MONTGOMERY Mem-I
ply loroo luoaod hrel for the big and all.. claimIng of orial Hospital where
ta pattia* having at Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Witt
h_ orWo I* .nova any riahf. title" or .......... and Mrs. Clara Stroble made had surgery. I Income Tax Returns ;
PARKER hove *twmITAMOAMO tha M.p.rty hereinafter d....lbed the trip to Sarasota Saturday Bowling Green were guests of
i JOHN Oil' COMPANY IIC.J< I.n YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE and visited with Mrs Morton. their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walkerof
PHIL' ANDfSSOM. Ol.trtOvtw20S
I NOTIFIED. that a Complaint, Ona Prepared
REALTOR sootli MOMOOFOR ... On Sunday afternoon Mrs. Ball Alan Mott and family over spent Sunday as guests :
toM he'H' filed 000. you herein
HOMES GROVE I wherein. the relief nxxjht I. fh* quietma and Mrs. Ray Stroble again: thweekend.. of her brother-in-law and I j
ef toe title, In the herein sister Mr. and Mrs\. George ]
-- ) plaintiff
RANCHES Ted-
I drove over for another visit We're glad to hear that Phone WA 96217If
ooatntr you I. and each af YOU. to Baxley. ,
Corner SALE Brand nsw 30 I the following diwribad land, located with her and found her feelIng dy Brewer is Improving Ted-

East 0.. and North Delete calibre. 15 shot Army style In' Arcadia, DaSoto County. Florida some better than on Sat- dy was In an accident the day Mrs. George Cunningham No Answer Phone After 6 P.M.
and particularly deicrifcrJd.' tow It:
Arcadia Ph. WA t-Mll automatic rifle $77.77. "Also ; Lot I .in slack J ,In Gikhrnf* urday. According to her doeterito after Christmas and has beenin and Mrs.\ Arrenla Wuthrich
..
-- ---- electronic Dog Trainer (or Yi.eon of tha Southeast' :Ouojr- will be necessary for 'tier the Punta Gorda Hospital were Sunday guests of Mr.
.
shock collar). Perfect: for Me Ito) atM NorrttweM Qua. and Mrs. Sam Mercer and Mr. 613
Box
----- ff, (NW/) ef s. / 36. Towh.nln to remain In the hospital for since then. Rt 2,
break inn :your dog from bad 37 South Monge 24 1aP. another week or ten days. Her Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Walker and Mrs. T.. L. Mercer, near
clASliruo DISPLAY habits. Tlnal y'. Feed Store 22: YOU ARE" HCRIBV SUMMONED ORDERED .
Florida
friends and neighbors all wish Arcadia
AND" RSCMRED to file. your and family of Arcadia were ,
South- Orange Arcadia WA 0- written, an>wf or d-f_ to the her a speedy and complete- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. L J

3201._. IS-tfc. In.Complaint trw' above tiled' entitled h.r.... come ooo""tfOU" m t:.eff covery. Sle had undrxone and Mrs. J. D. McCormick.! '., ____ __. .___u__ _______._____
-- -- ---- -- --- ''0 .. thx Clerk" eh.. wed Cw surgery on Thursday Jan. 18th Walker is Mr. and Mrs. ,L l

I..,'" : FOR SALE HAMILTON'S cult iMrlda Caut, Rh.'in .and DeSata f am DiJIotn CoMnry, Caw Cow and at present Is getting alongas Cormick's nephew. After FOR SALE FOR SALE

i4 oue In Arcadia Florida. an or -. well as could be cxpcctvd. ner. Mr. and Sirs IC-I
JANUARY SPECIALS ,... ., ,.....
New and Used Mobile Homos the Uf day A. D. Jlmmle Converse was the and Mr. and Mrs. Walker
'1964. and t. serve a vrpyhrreo/
12 ocro, _ctoto' _In,od-rood boonorm f 4.40OI an Huort Oiltierl.. Jone.. e10' We tMaanolMt overnight guest of David IIolllngsworth ed Nocstee and saw the .i INVITATION TO BIDDERS
New 2'and 3 bedrooms, priced I t -: er horn .. Street, Arcadia F lor,Ida, last Friday night housing projects that are un- 1,. .Il'b.. ..... .. .uu Yle '
.a. low as $300900.: Top email orov '..500I Atlwnev" ,.. plainliff. II you, fail, .. I
prices offered on trade-ins. 5 :;: ..!!.rov: .tn. awe do .. a decree pro confmm will. be at the Holingsworth home. derway.Mr. .
*.- '. 2 by bonw I.30O entered aaaimt you, and aid coue' We were all clad to and Mrs. L. Hodges of
very If It's I
Property You
br block nomo cor will proceed .s part (without' notice 4 School Busses
STATEWIDi,. I ..,. 5.3006um fa you) fn fowl.tree.I have Mr. and Mrs Garrctt; Punta Qorda were the afternoon -
>3> Ix 2.bolt, Block.on.. .. .IT |IS HEREBY ORDERED that th-. Van Socst with us again in our guests ot Rev. Tom E Need We've Got It!
NC. down
MOBILE HOMES //n .l.e kitSO Order and Netica hall .b. published
worship service Sunday mornIng Capell and family. Sunday af-
new a were to four cenncuttveweek 1948 Chevrolet 36
Hwy. 17, North Wauohula Contact M lha Arcadian, a weeklynewspaper and hope they will come ternoon.Mr. Call Today passenger
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PhoneDARKLEY'8 JACK CHASTAINWA ," Florhfa' published. In DeSote County often. Orrista Bibbins of Ft. I WA 9-5571 1951 International 60 passenger

PR 2.5214FO1 1.1571HAMILTON IN TOKEN WHEREOF.. WITNESS Mrs.\ Floyd UllIowa and Lauderdale filled the Baptist ,
KIA1TYlod my ofletehand\ as Clerk" ewed
otttao North. ot Tkootro Crcu.Ceor'. af the State ef Florida. three children Diane Robert Church pulpit Sunday morningMr. ONCE IN A LIFETIME' BUY 1952 GMC 48 passenger
In and far OeSnfa County, Florida. anthl and Alma of Orlandj spent the Bibbins is a member of I -32O acres era highway. ,
the. 34th day ., December A D. the. Gideon Society lie and Good citrus and ranch land
weekend .
with
her parents ,JUr. 66
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another friend have been stten Thle. cant be best at '1&0 ,
R.NT-I bedroom unfurnished 8.5431 or WA 04271. 17-c t f AVANTClwrh and Mrs. George Summeralls, :
.' Said Circuit, Court thp State Convention per acre. 'o -a.,. .l\'
"tlng
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... 6.: r.
hoiiM. Modern conCrete FOR SALE-Citrus Ir. Pineapple Oeh** County Fiona > Rev. C. L. Carroll of Charrlotto I :
block construction. Con I and Valencia. budded Sy ALPHA (INTZMINCEK Harbor was In our community of the Gideons.Ttiesday I MOVE RIGHT IN-Besutl. These buses may be seen at school bus garage -

tact John Parker Realtor WA from registered trees %s to H Hugh &ItJ D 'C ...* Sunday afternoon for night the Brotherhood -I ful brand new horn, newer corner N. Polk and Whidden Streets.
of the Baptist Church been lived In. Nl location
8- .31. 1-tfc inch on lemon root. 11. C. Keeneon IO Wool Maanoiia' StruefArcadta. a visit with his friend Ilev. ;e
Carlstrom Field flood r'dd S. f. Beard. entertained the Brotherhood of I See It today and you will Sealed bids should be submitted to:
AttOfney" far fl...InlHfDee. the Peace River Baptist Association buy. Priced' at 14000.
FOR SALE aa two-Modern complete CB private houseor 17-11-10-20-p\ J ( 71. IN1. Jun. 4l -.1'-2"| "'41 Mrs. Ben Robertson of Pine. with a barbecue rib' BEST BARGAIN IN TOWN2 Supt. of Public InstructionMr.
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apartments Lot 100x200 land FOR SALE-1 well drilling "".. >* THE c-nuaT 0. THE COUNTY I IJUDO' Island for drove visit up Sunday with her afternoon supper at 7 p.m. and the pro- bedroem block' home, Hugh FlandersP.
a mo
OISOTO FI.OIIIOAIM w.s
COUNTY
at 8 The
gram p.m. program completely furnished. Air
scaped. Inquire, 544 North chine. Good condition. 2-3 ..
r USATEIN ) thee Sirs H. O. Johnson and O. Box 366
... was on the Brotherhood conditioned. Priced at only
IITATor
Hllliboro 17-p and 4 Inch hollow rod. All necessary ,
and family. -
T r..tTO te.soo.
ED CHILD: University 1003. Arcadia FloridaBy
tools. Cheap Metlrlng, ALL CREOITOO.S AND PICCON1NAYAGAINSTISAID ,
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''' OH DEMANDS Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Scott The Band Booster Club had
V. O. Jackson 835-14th Stn..t.Wnl. Jarrett Hamilton Priday February 7 1964
FOR a SALE-New 2 bedroom ElTATEl and son Pug.. Mr. Ernest White their monthly meeting; Tuesday ,
Florida.17ia.lB.20p. You mKh .. hereby
hornCentral air conditionIng llradentoit. ana you are and sister' Miss Cffle White Realtor
night.
melds./ d reauiietl" In present on%
( and' heating. Large' lot. .... iliim. end ileieoruM. wruch you ee.. of Owens and Mr. and Mr. Mrs Paul Worley went to 12 8. Polk Awe. WA t-S71 (Bids will be opened at regular school Board
--- -- --- oMher ay.f.: .aay hav* ooainet |f .
SmaU down ,payment. Ualanco Jim Scott. Mr. and Mrs Herman Titusville this weekend to visit 9 11.
etajr oT I Ilk. rent. Or will build to suit. FOR SALE-1 'S ...Ick.e.e.l> af wed 0wr y >'tw tfw County )udooaf McClendon all of Arcadia her new granddaughter.Congratulations Associates

Your..lot.e mine M. D. Lamb lent condition. Take overpayments of lice U.-Soto kn lt>C'. untv t.iurf Florida-. .., t>eh f enidCaunlv >. were recent guests pf go to the Jean Dowel Betty Agnew. Any or all bids may be rejected.)

I Broker,,,WA 82981nlte.. Phone WA S-5631: ...at Arrndm. flmnlo. ...lIh'n .*. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Scutt at community for their fine Job Jack Chaetsln,
.t rn> mor"'> triim the one of thatwt
..' 17-18-19-20-p 17-18-p ........."., ..... ......... Twacooto their new home on the llrown- they did on the Noeatee Booth
at ooxn clam a* d miir. >d shall.. vllle for a family !get< to that won lit place.I -
l in and hall stale thantexa
>o writing
SALE FOR RINT- t b.dreen housetor '.' ..._. and ....' office gether. would also like to congratulate '

FOR -New. I. and bedreenltrailer car I rent. CaU WA 8-M7I.I7.c*: po okiore jtwun* itf* N tn.kv d""t tho claimant. ,"" :hm. Mr. and Mrs.\ Lem Ball left the school for their fine'I USE THIS CONVENIENT FORMTo

21b' wide noW attorney .M ece..wanwlby about noon on Monday to re- job. They also got 1st place.
port. by 2JO clrvplot. a ,..... tea of ana dollar and I
f7.SOO.OU. Clove to town. *uh claim a* demand not oa ...edT
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Phone WA -'?3S1. 17-p NOTICE Z'&tca STONfSAKER' order your ,
ARCADIA LIVESTOCK MARKET
"'* wUUIMI.eS. et Her :
: .
E. > 1
? Clew -t. .ii
FOR RENT W"I .}o.IN.. !

',1" NOTICE-I will tie longer be NOTICI_Of IMTtMTtOM. TO SCIRTIR Livestock: Report WANIADDial ,
responsible fur debts Incurred IKTItrOUt NAMENotice :
tt 3wev .>ven Mal the
APARTMENT FOR RENT by anyone oilier than
i
Charles Lindsay ='T't. ::: January1 IS, 1964
Ideal for one or two people. myself Harry ,.. ..LIA.rIQU''AooIHT' ..o'
a Gibson Street WA '.'l8U or P.O. Itox 3. Arcadia. fla. rs..w tKo Cauntv; o. 0..... and stile at Slaughter Cows Stocker StH" 20 WordMinimum
111313HI514.17.HPSOUGHT 'Ioof_. and atfendi t. ...*.tee *otejtrtMw ... )
WA 87431.. :37-treFORS ceasewan .... C..." ef tae I Cut ..........fll.OO Good ?.....$20.00 1 Day, $1.00 WA 8.8511
Circuit. Court at PeSeto Caunr. FlarMfta.
tho teojuoQ'nojifi' ,.1 Can ..........?8.00 to 10.OO Met! ......... 16.00 to IGZSJauahtn
RENT UnfyrnloHed( See : N'1WI: .... Ira wt.e. TN Count Name Address or Telephone Number If Used In Ad
AND SOLDFinethings nature ./ ooeJ bu.e.eM ..a! oe the Com .......... 12251016.00 ,
h '82. I2Ue
CaU WA
\ Use; 9-U' bought and soUl at sus. O. lo..v ---. Rw.he. .. lIuIN InC .... 9.50 to l1Z '....... .' .
I -- '--- Smith's Antlquve. located' on ......-...--. home** std r.l.te4EAR uwse.1 Cut ..... ... 11.00 m ', j

FOR R.NTfu"ftl.h04. U.S. 41 at Virginia" Avrnue In *, .t. euiostvW "..1 "" ..:.J 2 3 t 5 ;
M Slaughter Calve locker Cows '. ""
only IT o.i' ;'
Couple
apartment { Punta Gorda, Florida Visit us \
Wdu Done Stdn 17.00 Com ...__ 15.00 ...
I Soutb Manatee.. Avenue, WA 9- soon .tfc Almeria o* Loot I .. .. .. .
1772. .. ltfc >. O. ... o* Lily. .... 13.00 to 17.00 InC._.___ 7.00 to 11.00 -. -. /
""/ ton T ; --.fr. 10 ._
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aj .
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WILL TRADE Ewe realstsredHereford .. J0.-ib_ !!41
FOR"RENT-Furnished; dual. *. Stocker Heifer Sleeker nulls 'Itl.! ...J _

Convenient I<<.Uon. Sot N. bulls, seven years CARD or THANK MetlCom .. .... ". 15.00 to 18.23 Com .. ...... 16Z

Monroe. Phone WA S-87&S. 1 old for two Urahmaa equal To those) who. expressed their I ........ 13.00 to 14.75 li U U 14 IS
value. Writ Jim Friction Stoker Cairn
17.18IS80pINCOME I In so beautiful
sympathy many I
Ona RFD or phone WA .-.... and prstcUeal ways duringour Stoker Cahrm 100250Met Good ... .. 19.00 to 20.75 Cla

TAXRETURNS Her g pan. 151417lspSERVICES recent? bereavement., we <
extend our heartfelt thanks Com .......... 15.OO to 17.5O Com .. 1..25 to 16..,5 .1T IS I. 20 (minimum)

1 The O. K. Harden FamIly Inf ? ..... ..10:: to 15. 3 Inf . .. 10.-5to1r.231 I II + t :. ...," \ ( .i '

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--- -- -' 17-p
112,I head of cattle anti calves in the ferine. AU '
Cl.Atlrrll allfAV It D 23 2. U. '
ciSUesla INII'\.4 1
C -O 0"THANKa ,I laughter daMes sxarre. Stocker steers carve1" heifers, I V
,
I JIAVtLT TKACTOS.Il W. wish to evpreae our sincere cows, and calves steady. 87 percent to stocker. 10 percent

TAE RUYRNSPUPA. 1 thanks to all who were of the 1&10 cows and &8 percent of the cows slaughtered. Hun in OassJftratlon --._.._ for weeks"" 4
Lawn .Mabry Gs.M .'
... I w-eraee.y. CMIt...... so kind toM) when, our mother.Mrs. -- .n --- t tI I II' | Week ". .. 3 Weeks) 4th Week ,Free),. .

..... eo4 oo. WW 54. .... I >0 wy .... LUiJe l" ckll'. passed I
2. WORtV' 1 fIG WI. 4.1211. a o>.... .... 00 $q1.was. MOVM.t IQWVMtNT CO. Sway 1--- k--J jiiII ;

M Aw.M. see Mr ...... ,... and,..... 11mUj U r. McCall Parker IO wnRnq 130 43* tY ..y4e

WOR 2M con 500AnnrrlOiAI.
:;U..lftWA.. .. ..A..TltS-1f 1T-P YOUR family will haw aU the ro m It rteda when
--- .. tterfrwm trante home. TMe WOftn1 .* r..M"
Interested contact Anna OeA I' you let ua. slww vms the, 3

tLOST ...1.. PO. Leas 101S or phone CLAIU/Ea euftAy ft" JII"OI1Iefty U located er U oTtkoal and 15 petted at nuD .NUMHTJI' so* ADDITIONAL <, I
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I WA ....C2. n.l-.cj I saeoo.HIRE
_. -- .. a heono7 tkBJIIS'.y furmcOMdIns Itwhtd-
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Lllttt'W: WANTED ? a. air rotMtttsoArr.". Tlve ttee. > *ve O... 3 bedreas NAME.
LoaT!:;;' I.t i\ I NOTICEDue CDS ks only SSU4. ADO! >ES3 y.

Thursday evening between WANTED-Geed- ..... /tans.. BARGAIN BUT.-Tt>is) PrepeetY east behesne .aed as ace o| PayvMttt BsiissasilTike : .. 'Orr a eay

Miss. Gertrude's and Catena Department Will trade CH. sew furtUtureor to limited time 1 oe a. a duplex. Pr:.....ra tar a rtl quick*... xeos.. Above. Hairs Aely t. Local A4otlsa.t o.tr: ,"5 .... .," .

: lRlaxf Idenuncetiun new pUno. AItCADIAMtYSICFWSNtTURE I can dd 0117aa return t LOW rrlre, |>tue ee r tam* putt UUe hnsuse sad 2acre.
card tn found contact stone. haTe bandied M rroirtoue lewd wttteta the swath e< esefeee. Tw b.ds..al. SIai1 Ie yaP

Mrs S. L. Wneatley Its S.nrevard tic I. lease hosne sad 2 acres' "ag lisirf. $7.P5-14,. toFOU ... ..... S rt

Avenue or phone WA --- -- I 0........ racy snake aPl1Olat- IIANCII..2 I GROVES ACREAGESKfSINKSS THE ARCADIAN v=: : )

S-Iu1. n.p WANTS-Ye... ...... _Mlto. meet by cmlUnsT W 8- SITtS HOMES OI..J '". .' o.
-'--- .. week' and weMUost lea!..<. 4481.'' : P. O. Box 670 .'..-.i I

LOST O.Tl." .,.". *tree.. a........ Must be It and .ka gaudphysical James R. Mund.H : JOHN PARKER, Realtor I'*: -t.. .. Arcadia. Flo

.. .tostweeBiPolk condition. Apply t. ...
Mondsy fiMSinlsia. .. PATRICIA PAHOKKWA .
1 Mr. Oouae. _hMkaIprt.* 14 S. 0..... Aw*.. MILLIE PARKER Ataaa2Mew'
w
A*..u *d' site ay. WA S"Mil .-4171 I
pair, black kid -- lUturat InUndrot. The JVrcadiait. ArvaeU. r oe s 1)

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Ed-to riG I :;: January *t. liMVI i 5A & ; :
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j j,I ability.at popular" The, trend man to nowadays fill an office seems, rather to be than toward a man having with .' The Bulldog's Bark _, s I IANN



It used to be that when two candidates vied for an

'r office they would use their abilities and past accom

r plishments as a platform. The people
1, then compared the two men. and the

.f.., was one who elected.was most suitable for the office DHS Students Helen Brefton George Latimer


: .e:: I But in modern days the trend has Win Awards

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. changed. People no longer look for the

J..- a.more good capable looking candidate cleancut, they young look man for At t DeSoto Fair Winners of Leadership Contest

: with a suave manner and billion
a ,
D
r \ dollars to back him up. D .S,io BARRY llljjh School nOUDRINO' utivlcnta ry LOt ELLA:: HAULS t.,v i (: Hi Her nand George will
: Apparently the took hush honoi. The local KJk: C lab h :' .
public wants a man ; in th DrSolo ;a t f r .t tat.Y r, civu a local award of ,$1300)(
who will radiate a good image. Usually Live ;,uk exhibition: chosen Helen fre:? .n, a ,1i :"tHKL.CN L wt[ l L- :. ;11 t ac ..
Smith ::1 h.ivo their entries sent tit
this image is on the outside only. When In the heavy \trght steer .
1' .1"1.: C' nt...
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these men are elected they begin torealize divfoon that place. and n blue 1 Aa ?
that their only chance of being re-elected is to ribbon was, taken by Donald KUlv' the faculty of De-
stay popular with everybody. This:: of course is impish Cuynn who also had \the Grand ., County' Ill.h School chooox
sible. A man can't please everybody and accomplish Chat 'pirn sUcr: Other platIng >!iutent from" erlkfea ton
m the clam and :h,' rib-\ .%
anything. But our elected hero will really try. If any- bone Hi.,."u h twelve to coMpcU$ ; I Ini ,
receivedor: n.a ,
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\ y
)Wdy pressures him or complains to him. he won't FLETCHER BARRY COLORING GeJ: ng .corttl bill" H.i> ,y .'nth LetMUnhip contest
think out the problem and rule for the people in the Goldi. ,".. third, bhu- Sandra : : ,'n i .111-1 I by the Wks (lub.c .
right, he rules left. Left to the who Copeland l ,..
people will help fourth bill and i .1' a by I amity vote"' wvrUiiu. .'
htm get reelected.And Fletcher Mike I Pooser. fifth irl I
Goldring ... i Sialnbroolc. Helen fire It I-
when In the lightweight Meec:.- ... .
election time rolls around the public vision a. > Uu klU Italia Jerry; Pal-

I uon't think of his accomplishments during his term with Danny a rest Hob-ru rabbi i placedfifth on. Murky! Ifcxltl, aril George

they will think of how nice he's been to everybody Outstanding 4H'ersHonors In the brvevlinit show for Angus t-atinicr. Tht.., stiKlent wereH'lKHt

"he's such a nice man let's re-elect: him." And so goes cattle Iloimlr Collier ("., ntc.>r the vote. showed: the grand' champion l .
hair| i Mia*it appr 4Mtloii.'
and awards are bestowed of the junior class: at D.Sato, ferrule and Diane. Montgomery tt t tGIORGE
After hero number IKrscevanee. r4.burcefulnessund
one has fulfilled his terms in showed the
upon many deserving reserve huiupiu
County High School and U
office, a new candidate comes to the public eye. lie too people year in and year out. finale In the lemal division mesa. of henwrn neatness
fills the bill of good image. lie has seen his predecessor but one of the most rewarding very active as a cheerleader. blue ribbons wre takrn b..,i and iirrancement of the brn-
succeed on practically nothing but words so he decided cltationi a student can cccewa Future Homemakers of Am< he can be popular with everybody too. And he probablywill. Is that of being named It'o. 4-H! Club. Future Trarh- ; Uonnkl Guynn, ant LATIMIR ". t 1ft rneiplrte.Uc.julrentcnts .
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But will he accomplish anything by following his either Outstanding Boy or Clrl era and the Pep Club. Ann Fletcher; red ribboiu for .the .kbplltaint. *
predecessor's policies? Probably not. for the 4-II Organiration. Barry Goldrliig. a sophomore were token by VVajtiecrt., .* .-""" .. : In"lurifti: a stalerntnl of
Each year a tiophy is presented at DHS. has tens a 4- and Ann Fletcher; and u white ;.;;t not o\or ItI'O' words u MIMrUnj .
Remember you are the people who elect the men to the two most deserving H'er for six years and this Is ribbon was taunt by' IV>u.il.l. < hit: arenapllshnlents' and
to run;;our country, you decide the nation's future. 4-ll members This scar the third time he has been Guynn. :::b.Ji.S .s Jm""tt t i t.U"OII| : i In irnrne4inj the
The" the honors were presented to chosen outstanding! 4-11 boy Dim:il'J' Guynn also svov*' *l \'t'It'.II". or the youth lit thJ
people you elect to public offices will steer Ann Fletcher: and Barry Gold- H* is a very active member of the r..nd champion bull and I'CII.I it,.."" unity!, office hold In.
the country towards: whatever they see fit. ring.Ann DHS Publications, Science Ann Hetc-h.r. ariowd the reserve I 'i i at ,un,,1 I tuba..; hontirt And
Fletcher U a member Club and Explorer Scout. iliv-ripitMi' bull I.Mtothl) I. STeVe KOCH (ivy.mi. rr.,iviid. in sh. ul: rcc-:
You think, well what could they get us into Well andnn .!.. received blue fly id of imttii. .ipalKMi in .,'trai

it so happens that there is another powerful nationon ribbon (.n this r..lory. ....., ._.. ..__ _.. .. '_"_H", ...,' .. 31 'sleawt i ii;nl.ir i .tlvlli+% mitt nl
this earth of ours and it is just waiting for a chance 'Operation Minors' In the ll.-rvr .rd tlMa the r il" ._ ""'-'; _;y.' ;Jl <. h.Mil activities, *At| aeitloai

to get its little red hand on u.. and apply its surefire Program DeSuto CVunly .....\ chapter ,.i ItuMonaji. MM HUM I ..swan. **'* r.'c >rtl' of II win emu hd.I in :".uul empl>>yfrMlit.
program of peaceful co-existance. Conducted By State Agency kbvwuj the !rrunJ Champion lack !iota) tti-. win eolu-wm a* on" k'-a.I All bull anal Otcltie JuhiMon hOld they M/fe..te..t I l"unt (.....'. IIUI\ .LIKX7M<< HOW TO In t It.v.> &It' .least two a.I t.Urs, of
:
If we drop our' guard for one fraction of a second "Operation Minors.\ ** a program will be required to the re*.rw" champion; Lull. "larpuna 14a Hi 'a mat twtftfene WoIttUHO ro'C'-.I.. fruin poisons
they're going to be at throats. And if make he In th ahuw nut riMnte. | to the ,,
our you, the said. ? dairy a red ribbon gMMttt !111IIII Natsnitttfnight spplkuiil| t
conducted by the State Rosa ang UVir first defwt t tf -- ..,.. .
voting,: public elect a man to the presidency or any went to lluddy Grant. Januarys. In iimt -
'other controlling office who plans to run the coun- leverage Department against In spite of this" the Beverage" Winner of the Klwanla Club Uord.i. the ,*< MM, the Ixftnio\ ItulUs
in lachadaisical teenage drinking, has entered Director predicted extensive ward far beat .-11 animal In .g. .lost to :kbr'-u' III I u v
will ARCADIA
try a : manner we surely' go to ruin. Into Its final stage with officers arrests of youths In coming the show Doming GAb a tvm -polnt DRIVE (IN
tItraak. .
went to llunnle' Collier. 4141.jMtswei

The next time you go to the polls to place your around the state reporting ait weeks. Many of Ute slates The Arcadia lead ov.r the Tarpons In the
vote think over your choice for the sake of your country least 71 arrests of minors in 14 Oevrrsge District only recently award for the bat Rotary I'FA! Club. drat ttuarttr. 11Nffagis IVjdJ.Yai ( Ml the !SUIirlnj! five" THEATRE I
animal btrouKli, und Rvvvra. .il l ht the first mist aMNMkd. -
think choice. Initial |muir quarUrs.
over your reports. completed distribution U. QT.. NORTH
Rupert Smith State Beverage Director of the pamphlet and are now went tu Uukle Johnson. In 21 points, In the' second. (|-,- line ItulMogs. hint. .n a". ft bills.
m Richard n. beginning Judged winner of the henry tar to give the Arm.li. fivea 2. .beast at the hair In the
that since Keating explainedtoday forcement. concentrated en- Lanier award far the tart animal O ooliit lead at the heir 'Ihird quarter Sobrtng outseorH Til U risr A Y-SATUWJAY

!'C... .... :--, "'_...;L began Nov. 1. beverage the program agents "Minors arrested thus far County born and bred In IJeSota The Tarpons racket up 14 loo HttlMoos.. and putted' up Fun In Acopulco
went tu Outlaid Uuynn. withal .....nt l of the Hullcto
In
have pumla the llulldoe's 13 In sow t Elvis 1 Presley
met with from 18
I school authorities range age to 20, Krat Itonnle Collier' the lleSotit
won
the thud quarter WMh only ..sIn. Don't Give tho
and Up
students in nearly all Ing said. "The report represents Cattleman's Association/ award
of Florida's counties In an effort arrests 'In only a few of for the best animal In the nn a |mltit I I.'IM' gating. into the .limo final Meld. the IKlllUujai Ship
to explain the Law prohibiting the 81 counties. Additional reports show final quarter the llullc<* eittiUm t arum. t<, saute lire
5"llclofl gained XI p 4n.U to Tarpons' and with Dwfcl l Yarhrsa. ..h Jerry L..wU
tn<
; t ea possession of alcoholic will be mad. frequently, The best fitted] animal' award : aaTwhich ::, h .
beverages by minors.Approalmsttly the Director explained. gave tiull scoring only 4 pulitu! !between. ----
sponsored' by DeSotoreed
one-half mullion dogs a f4-es vtetury. them, the tllue Au-e.k.. went
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Mill went to Donald Nineteen fouls were" ewlledgainst head by scoring II t i...4nla.Vvurteen t1PIJAY.WJnNESDAYIrma
pamphlets distributedto i.
:Jat' 97; SUE non1Na b r4 school students were during the Guynn. The George Wallls a- the nuildng while the fast wee calklSfulnsl La Douce

educational phase of the ward for the best Angus In the Tarpons received .M. The !Hull the |)ulia.!!> and The Shliley' McClain.Jack
program CIENCI'AF'ICS
how" .
which explains the harmed. presented by the FairAssociation do*. hit 12 out of IB free aireaki sank 11 out of 11 free Lemon
a youth suffers If apprehendedwith was won by Ron- throws, the Tarpons nit 17 out throws. Hcbrlng taught fouls Blue Beard
'The Bulldogs really sparkled wrong aide of the hammer. If an alcoholic beverage. In nle Collier The KwU Chrk of 26. smut th< llull l..c. III( only' 9out Ten Honeymoon
last Saturday night when you did this you may have counties where this educational (Continued on page I...A) The Ilulldngs. now' have a of 0 free throw
they played Punta Gorda. gotten Cream Puff or Nlte Owl phase .Is completed. arrest -- ---
What an exciting game! Ann Fletcher got Nile Owl. have begun. Beverage agent,
i( PjAil) Severs loves to' doodle Jayne Dozier has been seena sheriffs deputies and police
on paper during study haiL I lot with a boy from Wau- officers' are now searching" out The stress on an .thl.'.'*
watched him write down chul.. Jayne seem to think he minors who are "violating Florida heart names of different car engine 18 I pretty special.. Also Joan law by possessing the forbidden at peak of effort by meansof
'* and then he started writ Brady has been heard talking beverage and criminal' a 30-ounre FM transmitter 1
ing, -an address down. WhenI about a boy from Wauchula. Charges. are being filed. Keat. carried" In a padded belL Signal -
asked him whose It was he too. Joan can hardly wait for ing said. from the radio are pickedup
said Beverly Robarts of course! the weekend to come' so she "It should be emphasizedthat by a receiving system as
Then he started singing her can see him.Congratulations. while Operation Minors' far a* MO yards away and fed
address to the tune. of "442 to Kay Ells 1s directed at the minor theDepartment to an oscilloscope or" tracked
Glenwood Avenue: worth on becoming the new enforcement activities on paper to form a permanent
Roy Ola had a carload of fair queen! Ky was a very against the licensees who record." This "telemetered" electrocardiogram
kids the other dsy. The total happy girl when she receivedher sell to them will be conUnu- has detected
was nine. Eight girls' and poor. crown last Friday night. .** the Director explained. hidden heart disorders among
little Roy. They' didn't seem to Linda Bevto was certainly' The Director. offered. pre p.e athlete and prevented: "eardiac t.v\l\
mind the closeness too much confused' the other. day afterP. for the many law enforcement disasters' says Dr. Kenneth .r '
though. As Roy drove down E. When returning to the agencies and school auUvnrl- D. Rose ef the University f 3 tn
main street they all started locker. room. Linda found ties around the state who have of Nebrsska. One 29-year old
singing "442 Olenwood Avenue. strange surrounding (real pledged- support In the De distance runner who had passed
." (this songs b.. n strange).* Poor Linda was ao partment's drive to halt viola- standard heart test was retired. -
getUng around). Should have mixed up after realizing she lions bY the youths. almost surely preventing
seen the people stop and .ta.... had gotten In the boys locker -The tutu4e of our local a tragedy Dr. Rose says, whenan
Looked like a mobile. version room all she could' do was Just law enforcement and school electrocardiogram taken
of Sing-along-wlth Roy'. sit on the floor and wish togo officials toward tsar effort to during a workout revealed. a
Lew Ambler was seen bitch- straight. through It but relieve. this. problem. Is certain damaged heart muscle.
hiking.. 'H. wouldn't give complete some way she managed to get ly commendable.; Keating exclaimed A major mechanuwn. of aging
details( of why he was out "The spirit of cooper* may he "hard radiatiorv from
walkingbut I think he had We have another VJ-J. around ation estprssssd by these leaders cosmic ray and other source
a little car trouble.. D.1IJI. pickle Johnson and many other private .'which avers cell damage, report .
Some. of the boy's tried to who ha been. chosen to play clUsens Is all. that we hod the VA Atomic' Energy '
prove their strength at the tar the South In the All-Slate! hoped for. Commiasian MaUcwle. ematter < "t
Fair, by attempUng to ring North and South football TM.. certain O e aaei.toacsgiven are brought to a O'II' :
the bell But when you haven .-ne. Congratulation Dtckief us in otakln* theae mirrors screeching halt In a new wltriow.tomperature *- -.c
1101 the;brain" go along with Well that's it! See you at aware that they are viola'- laboratory.. at j* \
the _.... you may do ae ease the game tomoriow. night, ban- lag the law will sharply. reduce the University of Chicago. :
did am.hit, the base with the .pew and aU the number 01 arrest wo Liquid helhusi augmented by
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stopped) borsuee the
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I( c c'y THE BULLDOG'S BARK thermal nerdy that snake. content primers, Others! with! ." atalminunt-wat' ,

then. vtbrata.. The. technique. .* It ties a low, fxk..Uo. CtN.co. sqq ft al compfeltl/. p'''''''''... a .1' ,t .
"Ppablisbee 1 expected.. tereveal aalat aleatr.wasoapsuds. new .1wfwsaNio tunable flat. Hoof 7H ft. long. Use .n!Ji-* u" front, and The """M-d..kf* +. I is a W9) .flat. praetkal' One" piece' unit/ '

K sawufcs *a4 crr.- 'ai lot of q.,. ,'/ ,feature. which mao (It m t>et'r bu1M t 4y $O-PIp 1-<.,,UrKief, standard, artglrM' is l more .

L..ls and taster. *wttbUtr HcaewlMcUrHy .< The UK/* and "f/r o.ffo4H ./. welded 1oiJ."" .'. The pO_.rol( than some C*. yet is t rem*''kat' >,l/ economic' ,

., weal. I !ruck I* strong, ft3k1. stable. Doors .rc doiabfe-at.ll. If you need] mora power.Chevy-Van offer a t2O-hp"Ug "
wvckljr by the rw pinrr staff of Where. are the anentisAs ., i iLaawsw c.-.llucltOfL | .4"r* cot JWd doors and vest window* ;

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Law Basaltr Raprrt' Smith LDsrua StwnfJ. tie. .. galls U.aaraa.thttma "i.ol/fs M. tried at all critical ioeMaAside M6N" Auodat.e Editor. ......'. paWe se4. science 1
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tiA T1TE ARCADIA2 Arcadia Florida Thursday, -TaDuafr ,.196t;

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; .'Mr,, wheeler not; only built Arcadia '


'riL' ""r. .U'ff'j! Jmtld during Carlstrom.mairjf tho and,tart'f1thn'war: war Door. but Fields field.' did. General .1 (Grand Opening Of 59th State

and plants, Ofdfitncr Mystery PictureThis
He .is survived by his widow!
and one son and one daughter. HospitalWeek ..
Fair Planned Feb. 4 In
Funeral arrangements had week's mystery a Tampa

JAMES B. VAilatOUGH not been completed at the time of January I2Th picture was born July 'I! ,; i

Funeral services\! were held the Information came. ADMISSIONS: in ','11!
.1880. Orlando, Florida .. .
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Women' (rseldexhibit
Saturday January 18th for Boring I TAMPA (Special) Grand The exhibition largest winter accorded the *
Kay
James Edward Yarbrough Arcadia Stella Coker came to this area opening of the :&tttn edition of fair in the nation, will run : to the thrill of the
businessman Who died IRBY INFANT Jr in 1888. lie was mar- the Florida State Fair is sched- through February 15. Nation'*' Finest Rodeo from
Edward Dye (Baby)
Thursday." January 16th. Mr. Funeral service will be held Tammy Nelson ried In 1911 to the wed for February 4 in Tampa. From the dramatic treatment the enlarged Ioterntlot ..-

Yarbrough was born January in Pontotoc Mississippi for T. II. Morgan daughter of an old pio- position to the impressive Cultural
:,30 1909 and had been a William Prentts Irby scveii- Hubert Clark. Jr. neer family In DeSoto Center to the versatility

.. resident ., Arcadia and manager month old son of Mr. arid Gertrude Reeve County. lie came of a Florida State Fair of the Electrical XXBMtttilon.
t ot Eaton's Department Mrs. Wllliatm D. Irby of Noca- Nancy Orr' large family and had 1264 there) is newness sibotrt tH*
Store since: 1956. tee. who died Tuesday. at the Glenda Reeve 13 brothers and sis CafencldV'of' Events entire 1904 Florida Sta !''''ir'.

He was a member of the Arcadia General HOlIl>ital. Shirley Dyal ters. One of the major h-lgjhlr bt*
>First Christian Church of Tam- Funeral arrangement were Terra Parker (Baby .l2fcShrIne D4. ( Parade: Tuesday February 4. of the two week fait schedule .-
pa and d member' of the ArcadIa handled by Robarts-Crady Fu- Minnie Bates& ) lIe is the father of Thrill Show; Tuesday through Sunday February 1* the annual G.Epsrillu

.' Kilt Lodge. neral Home Charles Harrison Jr. three girls and one 49.. Day Parade and Invasion when
Survivors are his wife Thel- Edith Lewis son (deceased). Rodeo, RCA Approved: 'Monday through Sat Tampa' businessmen beard
ma and children. Alfred Nelson Edna Mahon Read the clues care- urday. February JO-15. the world's only registered pirate

Yarbrough.. Richmond Va EDDIE 8KACCR8! Lillie Atkins fully 'and if you can LI International Orchid Show: Tuesday through ship sail dowel Tampa
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Loretta Yarbrougil. Julius Dale Funeral service: were held Gladys Specr guess the name of Saturday February 48. Bay and conquer the.city

'and' Jaine* Kelly Yarbrougti. all Tuesday. January 21st for Eddie Lavera Light this week's mysteryman Hibiscus Show: February 10 through February Among other entertainment
of Arcadia Mrs. D. J. McAr-
; Seager. Route 3. Box 359 Annette Waldron write his name 15 features will be Tommy Steln-
thur, Waachula; and Mrs. Don Arcadia, wt> died Friday at his
o thrill
Kimberly King and er's RCA approved rodeo
your on a postal Tampa Federation) of Garden Clubs Flower
Nevada and '
Thompson. Reno ; home at the age of 69. Betty Jo Johnson show featuring .' hetfbpettrapeze
card and mail to The .Arcadian. You be the 715.
two grandchildren. Two brother may Arrangements: February'
Survivors are at dauChterinarr'ed Sallie MontgomeryLuther automobile
act. rs>ee*
*. Ne2.on K. Yarbrough. of ( name unknown) and .}t. Brown winner 1 Automobile Itaces'Vednesday Saturdays and and Royal American Show; *.on
Mountain Creek and Alfred C. "
one son, Cecil Edward of An-. Doris Cross Sunday the Midway.In .
Yaforough of Avon Park. Two dalusia Ala. Lewis Bishop livestock :Parade of Dairy Champions, Friday, addition to the CaapsTrlfia
Sister Mrs. 11. K. Glenn of FINAL CI.UE
A member of the Baptist Atley Hester February 7.Livestock.
Day Parade tbeHif1| be the
Clernson' S.C.. and Mrs R. D. Church, Mr. Softer, has been Evell; Barber "He likes to' farm and tho retired : Parade of Beef Champions, Thurs- annual Shrine parade orroMrni -
Eaton of Wauchula. .
Services were: held at the a resident here sine: 1039: He Mary Taylor His garden Is never a flop; day, February 13. C day and the Latin :I'JiWIta

Tint Baptist Church with the was World a member War Two.of Veteran of Dwight Westberry (Baby) JIM last job wall when he was hired Future Farmers' Day: Saturday, February 8. illuminated parade ow .Ybe.

Dorothy Lyerly '... Fourteen Gasparilla Pirate Invasion and I'arade: Monday,. City Night
Rev. Sheppard Bryan offictatIng. The Rev. Alton Nash and the Wilbur Dunn years as City cop"Bright ,
.. Interment was In Joshua Rev. J D. Long officiated. Interment Diane rugate- February 10.Governor's. Exposition ol agrfesritur.
Creek Cemetery with grave- wa It Oak Ridge John' Edward Cartwright Day: Tuesday, February 11. horticulture poultry, beef And
aid service held by>> the Arcadia Cemetery with the Robarts- Myrtle Cleo Bitch International Day: Night I'Parade Thursday, dairy cattle swine,_ hooey arid:
Elk Lodge. Grady Funeral Homo In chargeof Gertrude Durrance February: 13.: rabbit will be shown afong?
1 P41 earers were Joe Letter, arrangement Keith ,Holllngjworth Forecast SeenIn Dade Broward and Palm 411 Club Day: Saturday, February 15. with modern living/ scientific
Ralph Cochran George Smith. Pallbearers were Sullivan Beach. electrical: and other exhibit

I .Danny. Ebersole. Lawrence Bonier Elmer Bishop and Weldon Week of January 13th Year End ReviewGAINESVILLE Residents of the Plnellas, Prizes and premium for .*U-
\ .,Newton..John Nichols. Glen T'' dale. llllUborough. Polk Orange, play are well tar eXcesv* of
Corley, John Gambrell HughFlanders. DISOIAROES: (Special) Brevard and Volusia county Effective Use of Capital 100000. -

t ., John Hodges, I. D. Willow Pelham Florida's total personal income area received similar proportions L.

met" ,Russell Head, Virgil JAMES ALBERT SMITH Trance Aquila Jumped eight per cent from of Income. Aids Agriculture Efficiency"The
'ChrUt. Ed Davis Jr.. K.: W.Daman Jamea Albert Virginia Pearce (Baby) 1961 to 1992. according to a Orange County led the major I
Smith 71
!. ST., Vincent DeSharo ago Inga Holmstrom study just released by the counties with a per capita
Are
of Quincy Florida father of Increased effective use S3 of which were new members you riskingRUIN
W. W. Denton, Stewart need Ben Lane Sr. University of Florida.) Income of $2,373-500 more
Mrs. O. E. Harden Arcadia, of capital I 1. contributing to during the past and
year
'Bob Martin. EddIe Alsobrook E. B. Hull The per capita Income for than the amount received by
died at :.045 a.m. Tuesday the tremendous efficiency in extended $17 million in capital
Bob Bevfs. A. C. Polk sir, Pat Shirley Hall the state advanced 3.8 per cent the average Florida resident. "
morning, January 14, at the agriculture, according to R. purpose and operating credit to
Cell), Robert Womack Bill Tammy Nelson during the same period reportsthe Broward County was the lowest -
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Gadsden County Hospital after L. Garrison' President of the farmers of the area last
i K Uy, Jack Chastain. Willis Patricia Harrison current: Issue of EconomicLea with $1.874. year.
+ a short Illness.Funeral Dradenton Production Credit 'In keeping with the cooperating -
Ronald
Peacock, Ray Mlddleton. Curtis Collier nets. The personal income of the
services Association who has just returned Association
were conducted principles of the -
Bill Koch and William Kay Boring nation reached a record aver-
:JBrantley, Compared with the nation.rJorlda' ,
at 3 o'clock Wednesday from attending a PCA : $50.22300 In dividends
McAnly. Robarts-Orady Martha Harrison personal income stood age high of 2,369 per person !In .
Directors Institute in Jacksonville
afternoon from Antioch Baptist Richard Prater and $141,69707 In pat
Funeral Home wa In chargeof Church : two per cent above the country's 1962. Florida.
with the Rev. II. F. ronage refunds were paid to
Raymond Sr.
arrangements. Hoistrom. six cent increase. with Inad.quot.bu. .
I Couch officiating. Intermentwas Falcon Boone per Garrison empha.lzed.NThe Members during 1963 thus reducing -
In Antioch Cemetery.Mr. Glenda Reeve However the per capita figure increasing use of capital tt the actual cost: of the
was a fraction below the Indiana Farmers .;"... inswrovfce
Smith a native of Gads- Shirley Dysl replace certain other resources credit service. Mr. Cook said
ALTON T. PEACOCK den County. retired farmer national gain of 4.4 per cent,, "BPCA has extended Mil- *
was a Minnie Bate ta i one characteristic of $117
Alton T. Peacock: 88, of a deacon in the Antioch Marl Roundtree The figures were compiled by Will Make Tour changes taking place in agriculture ion in credit service since Its You may --If youare not M.
.111 Poe Avenue, Tampa, Baptist Church of which he was Edward Dyat Dr. Madelyn Kafuglis.. assistant during the past decade. organization in 1933 and now cured through an 'I1..twt''
''Florida passed. away at his. a lifelong member. Marie Carlton research professor In the Through FloridaA the capital: requirements In has $3,002.213 in member- Insurance agent Only ma tnoev
ihonta Saturday night. January Survivor Include his widow University's Bureau ef Economic : agriculture more than doubled owned capital and accumulated pendent agent .* free to theses
I ) .. A native of Arcadia ands Louis Mansfield and Business Research.: of Indiana Farm the best policy from hwndnai
//1 1\11'8. J. A. Smith Wetumpka; Diane Fu.t.T..rr. group during the last decade and the earnings.** >*
member el a pioneer family three daughter. Mrs. O. E.llsrden The current. leaflet .Is concerned Bureau members will make a offered by different competing
Parker need for more credit on our The Bradenton Production
of thl* .1'... Mr. Peacock Arcadia; Mrs. Joseph Leslie* Hannah with personal IncomeIn tour of the Sunshine Slat this farms continues to increase. Credit Association has branch ,,companies. See u* today.
a prominent Tampa attorney Florida and the United month, beginning with a meeting -
jws Spadaro, La Jlarba Calif, and
Ernie Barber Effective ways for PCA's tit office in Clcwlston and Wau '
for the past forty years. States In 1942. in Gainesville on Jan. 27. RUPERT
Mr. Don Mikului, St. Louis keep credit geared to the
Charles J. Harrison
'Hi* lather, 'Arthur. T. Peacock Mo.; two son. W. W. (Fred) OrriaKimberly These statistics show Florida Members of the Florida changing needs of farmers chula and extends short and

/Suras with. the Internal) revenue. Smith of Quincy; a sister, Mrs. Nancy King' remains tenth In total Income Farm Bureau state staff will were emphasized during the Intermediate-term loan to SMITH .
office tit. Tampa twenty yearsbefore' Eva Walker, Tallahassee; IS Homer Brown and list. In income per meet with the group at the Institute; and Directors were farmer. In Charlotte DeSoto. .

ha xUatte. Hi. grandfather grandchildren and 4 greatgrandchildren. Edith Lewis person among the states. A Gainesville meeting to acquaintthe presented the modern methodsof Glades, Hard i, Hendry, Highland AGENCY
SllaaTff Langford.'wss Florida resident In 19 U received visitors with our Farm management adapted to the
clerk: of the Circuit' Court Serving ... acting pallbearer *32O lea than the .v. .- Bureau and the state's agricultural responsibilities, and functions; *. Lee. Manatee, and Sarasota 19 .. DKSOTO Aril.,

In DeSoto County for ....n"_ were Harris Parramor{ Felton age VS. citizen 91.2OO less.than enterprise of PCA Directors': Mr. Garrison Counties. .
S yean* Smith Woodrow Bruckman, a Nevada resident and K90Q leas The group will then head said.Herbert. J
Mrs Peacock. was a graduate 0. M. Harris Arthur Shuler BIRTHS than a resident of New York or down through the state visiting E. Cook. General
of the\ tunsborough Hlgn Schoola and R. II. Strickland. California. Oca: la. Cypress Garden.
graduate ef the University ol Tampa St. Petersburg. Fort Manager cf the farmer-owned I VALENTINE'SValentine
Honorary pallbearers were Florida'. Income gains came and operated Dradenton Production -
''Florida aner-of Cumtetlm Lint.wersltyLaw' I- "' Miami. Daytona Beach
yen.
1, D. McMillan Ralph Parra- primarily front. the Industries.Income Credit Association: (j reported
; School He wa a. more, s. J. Joyner, Alex Me: grew a respectable 13 St. Augustine and agricultural ,.
'citrus grower sad"was very Pheraon. Robert L Parramoreand Week .( January. IJth 'per cent in the wholesale and operations en route. 048_. farmer-members. Party Supplies
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active In political and eivlc af- Maxwell Fletcher. retail trades Industries and II While in the Miami area the f ---I
'fairs.& He ',wis a member of Th. J. I!. Adams Funeral Mr. sad Mr*. Robert Edward cent In the service Indus visitors will spend a day with Arcadia's *:
Hyde Park Methodist Church.me Home was In charge of ar- Johnson Boy Albert per the Dude County: Farm Bureau REAL ESTATESee
atler'\ '' af Ole Knights of rangement Edward: Johnson. tries.Florida's In the Homestead! vegetable Largest Selection \
PyCMa of the HMUborough Incom. for the period region. They wiU returnto
County' Bar Association and t was aided by an eight percent Indiana Feb. 0."Lefotire Us For Of Everyday Cards
a, the- Florid/ Bar Association.Survivor Increase In state and local Good Buys
are his. -wife Anna government payrolls anda Beautiful
D4 .t Tampa;, him mother Mn. KAP1IS7' MEN'SJANUARY seven per cent h+fce in federal HOMES New Line of Stationery .

Arthur T.' Peacock one son.Allot g government payrolls. andBUILDING ?.
t Miss Delia Ann Peacock, all ot snnal Income for 1903 In Florida GROVES ACREAGE

i Tstanpa.Funeral.> ** II major counties show L N1 4c.o AMBLERRealtor Open Stock Stationery
service' :were, held f. \ these counties remained 73: per LEWIS Complete Stock of Gift SelectionsGift
TUeMiey, January. :31st at 10:30: Bulls tent of the population and 79
...,.,'tram tfte..B.'Marlon Reid lie that hath earl W hear per cent of total income far 20 Year Books, Photo Album, Etc:

and' CO I1M7'. funeral Home let him hear.- Cnapel., wit. the Rev. Dr. tlaro4 complete but considered sufficiently 1L LEVSKYand Al and Nail BrUJfl
aV Such offUladng./ Inter Through prayer we can .... accurate to give a ...
sa..a.e.
learn
to respond properly to
menf .ws* I In Gartfeo of Memory the picture of the economic progress time le l when year HUGH M. MARTIN Arcadia Office
spiritual guidance that
:Cemetery. in the area. Dr. KaCogJi wife cast find you.'*
God makes available to to
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20 Bouts O S t* AvewePH
t feel l the life force that lie h** In 198, almost one-third of
.te WA t-IMI 130 W. Oak St. | .
C. ... WHEELER Instilled within, to hear the Florida' Income went to real-

C; F. Wheeler, ,7*<>ver* of Divine Msare that hold the dents of the urban rountlea>> of _._. _._.__ .__. .__ u_
...:'died front: a heart..attackJrty'Monday promise of heaven U, 1MNocatee -

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If : DAYS ll THURSDAY.4t he A..dr.CHANGES. at.Baptist. Baptist Mm' Church Day Jan.observe at STAMPSGIVEAWAYt:

a 4 W. Announcement of the apselal YOU COI.ILDWI":=
"UOAV CMAHQ1B.ATUMDAV emphasis. was made by
: + t w 'O .,.: a.r.a ie.w Rev Torn C. Capetl. pastor i ISt Wtttt .....101000 SOtS MHO t.

'I 5._.. Sa ie.. ar CHANGES of the church at Nocatee. 2n. fmat ......., joo toto Bowa stuns

was, a..1..1w Nocatee Baptist Church Ieon.t --'t 30 rein: ....... xsoo LOTS ONO IUIIPS TINSLEY'SI.I
= .t.1 ::= caw ...aa 1.K1. of ao esUmatsd 1S.OOO r THISox 15111 ... I 4TM Mill ,.''.'' XOOO tOi M..O STAMPS
r churches throughout .h. A ...... *7 out RISES J STM-icTN ran: 100 tota OMO STAMPS
SUNDAY Southern ......\. CaatweiUos I
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29.000 SOLD I here's jroor chanca to get' extra Gold ...
w..M.rs tt a+.. w which will recocntte their men Bond 8&junn* to ftU Gold Band
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e ,[* S.S .- ....... special' day I H? reii................-' jI I ftevera llnuk aster Imagine a total d
rr nao. a w pc: --...e- = tMtrranco. ., Baptist Men __ 25.OOO( GoM IVmd Stamp .-.*'ter to- I.I G.i A

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I **!, n wear kaown tkeaj aeLayman1 M.ar-saw..r.r-. i I. pita a coupon' worth CO extra Gold
t.r. H :: Day. The IMMM was ::.rs..rra Hand 8ta>f>* lo you' for slopping atl
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; eho*).d otncMUy last year' toBaptMl any aloe. dwptayinc the Geld llond

: j = Heal Day .* latclud .csctre we c dg veji res. sips earepi our suprrmatkrt.
me 4Hr. all the "'"" Including the peetat. .- I tgB a .Ir FOODLINERTfelLath
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MONDAY CHANGER, ..f __.r. :: ._...... Among the feeJuro ........i & $0 :: ,

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e. products on the IS.M> Rat t of wholesalers IG.ODO service businesses -
The most compli-te roundup The wife always has the
Ark1 Front i "Manufactures in Florida Ter- and 20O minerals operations
B V clothes you make .at omedon" design texture or weave can c ivort'Mmf, ft.it.st\ s lor ..1.-.1.a. l lust word In an argument.

have to look "h d m e- suggest- particular uses that i since t tya.l: will, be pruvitl- IItor> arc ships l1n4tl newels In Florida. Bureau officials Anything a husband says after

,nta, carriages aj.d urge early filling outland that is the beginning of another -
Malls that "make the differ- not include. V Aaooog the changes in the : wagons worth S II.00lItM>)>, and return uf the questionnaires argument." Fred W.
*
between a dress Is ., I iiicM.mui.uluvi.i.. .1 n d I tobacco pruilucts vulued at us a big boost toward
,fnce: that Women who are experts In agricultural picture that havebeen (frown. Edgewater (NJJ ..Ber
just "ordinary and a dress that making their own suits and taking place In recentyears f\ .'',0'. ..,1] Indu>!rua being .'on.S. 91O.4M1. early publication: of census re- gen Citizen

ia,well styled and becoming to dresses often develop their owntrademarks" Is the expansion of services -ud I b) the U. S. Uepurt- In the .latest business census sults. The Bureau's electronic

dye woman who wears it? with, buttons by Agricultural Extension II< nt\ of Comment's Bureau of there were 49.547: retail eslablishmnta computers can do an extremely +. -If get clobbered you'll
you
fast of the ?
job preparing
;Tbe first advice to a woman belts pockets various kindsof tI iCensus.. The in FlorUta with
or into fields other than those of new figures data for publication but work look for a chance to even the
woo wants to add a "deslatntC'Kb" hand sales of Sfl.8 billiun 7,232
work. ann activities. u II continue scrip that Cob ;
that's the vision and
cumiot begin until the formaare core -
rr> to the clothes shemakes' Since wholesalo establishments with
brimming attracts attention ck many years. Census HurC.al -
More recently with the t.H- received.' why I keep coming back for
Jsi to master the basic KKLLY sales 1 of J5.3: billion and 32. 61
be careful where you venl of Rural Areas Development SEN. SCOTT offlCU.1 ls point art. The more."-Dan North;' LHchfleld.
sewing; techniques before at- place it. The trim should be and other programsdesigned I S. Ct'I1''l" port' on manufiuiurms levied- services etHtMblishnicnt (Conn.) Inquirer.
"\empting. to make any major'cViange subtle and not overpower so to revitalize -rural for IH4O includes with receipts of $1 I billion. -

** in It dress pattern. She trim a dress with restraint. ,,.America, the activities of the Sen. Scott Kelly st.littles. ; for S .,rids TwrtUu-y Included, In the' services Sgt. Thomas K. Mizell
sfeould also master the art of A final suggestion in mak- Agricultural Agent have been Ij* "I'! reports. include\ the State.C total for Florida wnre 3.724 i* "We can't figure out' why so

I 'fitting' 'garments since a dress ing clothes with a designer's increasingly aimed at serving Throws Hat In .isusrs arstatl l and wholes motels and tourist coiJrts with In Warfare Training; many people are criticizing our

be really Attractive only if touch is to keep In mind the the needs of non-farm people. s- ..de begin with !.*>. receipts of $86.1 million, and foreign pulley. We are still getting
riCttt pedecUY' trailer with: VIEQUES ISLAND PUER- along with the Phillip-
; Mclatlonsriip of your figure, Governor's' Race In' the latest Indti..triMl 940 parks receiptst
censo -
Develop a critical eye in the fsbrlc the style of the This new concept of Agricultural SI5.I million. Flocidu accounted TO RICO (F1ITNC) Marine pine .Ian.--.John Maverick

*I 6hk1ng 'at your own figure. garment and the trim or ac- Extension is to serve all in litttt. the total l value fur 9 percent :of U. S.motels Sergeant Thomas K. Mltvll. nun Chcrryvolc (Kan.) Republic-.
ttte people not just the farm SARASOTA (Special 1) auid' by mamiliU'turv In l'lutId or Mr. and Mr .
) MUellof
af"Si
''P. >tyle lines look better cessories used. .. and tourist courts and Floyd an.
Qs .
Kelly announced l was S..,. billon'' with fondarul .
State Sen. Scott
"i\ It isn't exactly new idea. .
than'n on an individualarILire There ors a 10 percent of their receipts lit I. Arcadlu, FU.. U participating -
"" are many women But recently it has to today that he will be "kliutreit l piintiu-ts ..rc >unt- the
\ i It Is wise begun 193ft 11 of trailer In amphibious warfare -
1 { and a woman who, through practice have in ; percent -
candidate for governor Inthe in for $3ao .million. other "I've pondered long about It.Won't .
take hold and become realy a .
training at Vlequea luluml.Puerto
or the and 14 of ,
the only styles learned to make their own parks'! percent:
wear effective. IM4 Democratic Primaries. 111..1. r intlustry U>OUM' included someone tell me this.Why .
c. SAe 'can .well" but the clothes so well that they lookas trailer parks rtivipls. Rico, with Marine Battalion
chomiraU land utltetl aren't more people happy
can't.s't1o.The Although service to farmersIs Kelly said he Is seeking the prodiuU Landing Team 3/8.
poet she ,
though they must have come ; unit! Milled In addition to fabric you choose: for a still the main Job the objective go\w H>r hip because "The susprr prudiiv The battalion U a unit or the
from a very exclusive designer of Florida are searching ;.i; s.s>iu. rl.iy ami NI.I.! ..< fur each Slate land fur Second Marine -- 1U rt1n, Pennsylvania -
people Fleet
s;'igarment can lend Itself to many now is to foUow through the U. S. Census bureau at 3- Division
and uf course they have executive leadership J(>-liucU; iibucutvd lII\\al l School. Journal
for Marine Force
f1UtteS.: Use some Imagination In into the towns and urban year intervals p..uvid' imlus- at Camp Lejeun -
.>/.i hibntne the fabric In un- because a woman can be her area. which will bring to state government products' .and pi-inluig and try and kind of buaire a details ., N. C. This constant ' p\.bll..hln. A fen.us HurraujMuiuie ) .
Koa'sual ways. The print or color, own designer. With all interested agenciesof the proven practice for the larger metropolitan training U designed to Insure1cnmbut I
and principles of a successful survey.;, [or ISMiX uwli- readiness anti ..
military
the Federal government cooperating : businessman." _red that the total.1 \ alu added place, *, sties, and counties, effectiveness I: SINUSSufferers
of the Marine
.
"a u to advance programs by manufacture in flortduhad and overall information. for thematter
Instill'fiscal .
tie 1" for raising the econoomlc levels "My intention Is to .. rincn by 47.8 'percent to ides and counties.: military force.DOCTORING I

Fort Winder 55 Years Age in rural areas the county responsibility and fiscalIntegrity more than *2 billion. The Census Bureau has .,.
UJ In all fcvtvernmental
--- ---- --
agent functions as the local
pow During the MIUIM. |iorli>rl. the mailed 19d3> census reporting I l
tstilu and ; the
office operations
contact for plans to develop (
; U. S. total' rose 2.7 (M'rreikt. (arose to some a.som.nufAc\ -
did.News: Carry A. Nation is at workIn all community farm Lakeland Senator said. Kelly oysters with a
: resources him $111.5 billion in I9A to ture-rn.! 3I.OOO) retailers 'J,)OO
her chosen field of demolishing is a general contractor Heritor antibiotic Increases
special
rub 'I or Aaa-farm. 111J..1 billion in I 1.- F.nly: yieldof ......, as ee' Ireiri.e.. ...mrase
h K MRS. EVA YOUNG saloons. The latest reports Available to Extension are all and owner of a general' insurance reissue! Itcnia. Messi veluibleFlorida perfect pearl by 30 per cent. ,.s--.e..'' '::cttaa D. .... 1-a:
....
Mrs. Mignon the -
"brain" resources of our .. -
Ogden is visiting her daugh-, she has recently been arrested colleges and universities. Actually that he will rail on OUR SS IF Culturing pearl* ha been<< gi -L.M'e. -- N-w 1 n-ere--..sins.... M.. ....

_.tsr. and, son-in-law Mr. and while making a raid on a saloon our county apicultural : the 1995 Legislature to repeat lug on In Japan for.SOU years .rw.de.a..-=.-. 1w..:::=

Mrs, Albert) Thornton. at New Castle-Up 0 n and home demonstration the increase in auto license tag Aliens \IllL LYOl'GO tat up till now only M per cent :..-..:: ::.t. IeLA,11yI

Moat ,all the people from Tyne. agents are members of the Unl- fees Kelly said "Unfair taxation uf the oysters have yielded& ...w...seesSc saw. 1<1"-.

here attended the DeSoto The DeSoto Hotel in the ,,vrrtity of Florida faculty. Their Is the inevitable resultof Must RegistcrEcforc ff' READ aware and only S per cent of

*u\ty,I'Rh'ast.. week that was i Bank building, opposite the offices arc considered: to be the prevent spend. and tax throe have been considered |wrfeel. Arcadia DrtiKM. 6 H. eSoo I
depot will be opened within trettd. The automobile has been r A A THE AD .
'Kl in.Arcadia.. part ,of the universiyt campus. .
r. aAd ;Mrs. DUly Voungchildren the next thirty days. When you bring a problem or seucd upon as the most hlt..lyeource Jan. 31 -- --- -- -- - -

;- of Ft Ogden Three day. conference' : of un- question there they can get the of revenue to finance

.d.fMr k nd" Mrs. Lester Hill employed men began In St. answer, or expert counseling excessive: rusts 01 government., MIAMI (Special. ,) b drd

...-..01of.; Ft. Myers spent Louis on Jan. 22. The conference and advice from any of the yet the auto Is a necessity. P. Ahrvns. duiru-t ilirvctur uftUr

Sunday ,w 1 t h their parents : was headed by James .numerous university depart: "A governor with u mtcv' ''- Immigration and Nwtur.tixdtion -

Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Young. Eads How a native of St. ments. fill background: as a businessman S ivie, tidily 11I'.... allah.rui .

.Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis of Louis and commonly knownas Because theirs b basicallyan can rail for repeal of this In the State of Pkddm.

B wnYW were visiting theirdaisghter "the king of the hoboes", educational job many county : penalty with the support. and who have not yet fllliM... out

and family Mr.\. And lie denied that this was to bea agents and their assistants confidence of the people behind alien adttrewi retmrt. firms to

1 Mrs. David MUelle and daught meeting of hoboes. are studying for higher. degrees. has rt-MUcst, Kelly asserted. Jo so before January 41. at .tsrwnearest A. ,Ds'
.lrrwtl .U ami) Naturuhuilkin :" ,.
.r Sunday afternoon. Duncan B. Cooper. Robin In Florida, our Extension "r Cooper and John D. Sharp Service has one of the Pointing out that he 'Is not S.rvl k.e smite. or rat.
s'nbllg."''wer and Mrs. J. B. Smith were called: to trial on Jan. 20 best. records In the South for an .attorney ".... a prulia)...li>nal Intel' IS.t Offke. .,..., :
i in Ft. :Myers Saturday one
at Nashville Tenn. to answerto academic improvement. politician who bells itaalaried bi.h '11hn"i.r.Uon nftiria't tt

?, slneury the charge of shouting Senator Sixty-eight per cent of all uflicv. ," Kelly deacrtb-' pointed t out ItMl the law requires

r.J.ln. and' Mrs. Charles lIar- Edward Ward Carmackthe agents and assistants In Florida erHtie..a, wsM 4psesens t

relsasi .rof Ft. Myers were the previous November. have either completed or who" know. whatit In dii l_ 4ie aa4irl. i

Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Presldent.Elect: Taft sailedon are working on masters' or U to stirtcli (dollars to foreign re.irtsentsi t to ....,. .l Lush. Jslfl Nt

Albert Thornton. Jan. 23 from Charleston higher degree operate on
-. ShoHjr, Mulford of N. C. for an Inspection tour nice e. ,."UM'. and payrolls/. such aa the United. N.- sseala0 ,.'lit .'1\\.,.!

nl .ntt>Mr. DUly Keen of the Panama Canal Zane. In the event you're Inclined Kelly said one of the primary Ihxis. art linltrtMi he e tetwfW*

) '''t. 'Ogd NCI were visiting Latest journalistic ventureat to worry about the sUe of our objectives uf this adititnlstration oily aim arlntllural co Mr...et .eal Mr' .
;Evelyr'? Barnwell Wed- Fort Myers was the Lee wilt le ta.4I atUwctiuu uf Meares. to r.fx rt thrar ad- .
Federal detot dont. .. .
.I
.
De y .ft moon. County News, published by new trHlwstry. and pays ulis. ........ u* Ute government mash ( i

Air.'C. C. Mills of Wauchulawas Frank Ketlow a former Ar-. At 307 billion dollars the "When elacU' : g- rwwr, I .. ...- l..ry .

in the community Thurs- cadian. of Federal the national debt equals income 43 per cent" pect W begun .nwc..t.ly l Ul Tltr Ahrens wIJe. : "TSsW'Isaren *. .sesttMa w d ,Aa

il j'' oo business.A2c The first message sent by compared use UM influence of that office W, le.sl guardian of ass .: '
with .M, cent 10
David, Daughtrey of wireless telegraphy from Tampa per years to attract pew industries. tuFw..ld" alien chill under. It ".... .-I ..fWEST

MacDlll Field spent the weekend was last week:, when a message ago.Tbcm I will notify$ inUus- ae must flit' out time .i4rra t '\

with his parent. Mr. and went to New York. : what about the upcoming tries across the nation that funn. such child la wr W IM '.
Mrs. J. A. Daughtrey.Mrs. Benjamin F. Simmons of ; I budget? tf expected to 'be XUirkia swede and welcomes amply with the taw."* "

Troy. N. c. was a guest of about 100 BILLION dollars for new payrolls." I will follow :;
Floyd Mizelle left Sun- If. d. -"Urrd. "We here tried"' ,INDIES !; .",
the (lift time In history. But
his cousin S. J. Simmons this notice with personal vU-
dar for Miami to visit her mother to make It as c'v.-n.... a.
week his third even that Jsnt a cause for worry Its and presentations to 1t.
spending a on representatives
Mrs.Alary Thompson and pnasible fur neitf..*rM t.mt '
visit to forlda.Aaaouncementa. if you. look at it In relation of Interested lixlun- *
I other .relatives. the' address rei>ur< requirements i
to our cross national prod- said. He was he
had been received trus. Kelly ; attri. .In view of 13O.50m i.
Met i and Mrs. Ancel Young '
of the approaching: uct. For a number of years.according .' will worn lor the exparum/ri of serious ps'nails.sr. wilful. else.
were vUltiag Mr. and Mrs. marriage at Miss Juanlta Mc-' : to one analysis I'veseen. agriculture and tourism but
...
talkie t all e4 he
periMme. hu.s,.(
Everette.. n.on and children BrIde to Finis Hooker at the the budget has been running thathe slate also needs new

of Owens Friday afternoon. Baptist church: on Tuesday around 1CV per cent uf payrolls. the to address f..Utl.hie.retort' hllgiitfcs law. ar...>urgeed .!her Par PcrsMi. M&.. .. occupancy '.>
Mrs. Barnwell :
Evelyn spentFriday Jan. 19 at ';30 pn. ONP.As. "The rutnblnallon of greater fore the sad' of January. w,
with .herrnothe. Mrs. Miss. Carrie JBrannoa and now estimated' excluding fiscal responsibility In stalegoYcrnnunit wcitrftcs cftMrinc Hiwmr* AMmi
Ada Keen of Fl. Ogderu Mr. Ahren advMMt""" : "II 1 1ray la> DAYS t
Rupert Smith bit Wednesday defense spending, the comingOMdget and the attraction cwtu WHKHSr :
Mr. Kat McCleod Is on the for New Y__. called as witnesses will fee about 7 per cent ef new' payroll .is the Mily for- for an ..aIe incvt tibia V .
.
sick list this week. His. friends in a damage suit against ,,o< GNP,coanpmreU with JO percent muLl that will make II ptmjNble r"lu.nflW lie just goes tu n ra .

wish him a speedy recovery." the C. H. & !f. railway. J. a... in ...... ana f per cent for "1'kirid" to keep pros with the Ntret IrrHitMraWMM) amid
N.lurslsatiM. JUr"i... ether orlusl i
Trevlll. was also called aa a In I.3*. Ihe ivowtf. we are going to
Olin MU MIl the ad'
Fort Ogden witness and went north at the .However-as our Croas National experience, the prunperlty, we dress upset form sIt .... reonraw. 2.

same time. Product continues to e.- deserve and the service we the clerk. Any ....-....... .

News pend and our populatlM" esplosion rnu>t jierform."in shim .Is 'III may send a ,Hart HOTEL & COUNTRY CLUS r'
to maintain .and '
Mdcr
continues, you Can es- or roiative to bte...i Ibis tend "......., ..,. Jaws.S.. w.L U"IIlIad
30 pert to ae the levels of ALL Improve Fax-Ida's prusperily in l.or him and ,.....,. .Ui the ,,.. ...... .
It .
I MBS. VERA COLLINS Years Ae type of governments sprnding thin d.y a td age uf the p<>i..,- oahy e0..... fleas 9M+ee.{, fled Fre Call. .
.
Ran and MrsOUbrealh and dssk after tl h < l*m sum.4 tr c.
-Federal.. State and kcal lotion spluMun, She bual')e a 11 hies. .
:
Mrs. Ola Croy-vUltetl Mr. and C Polk received continue to rle. prcs-tssaid prbKiple, In l by Ute ate***. a-.A. .... Z.I.p. ..... JACK MUOKN G.'iesv f7.b
XCUbr Da id .Daughtrey in Fort Mrs. A. The tn.nHgrsSWw' dusual .... ...
mud I believe strona'ty w..ams.
ao Mean h. "c-
t an Interesting package the ether The reason .is simple. Yewcan't r't.. / ",
wider said "Ollf.
Sunday evening.Ir aPftlWs--.t. =
I Paul mind be applied. w tIM ln* *-- ... a.b/9tt
her brother. ttctnsnde4 .
day from give lhe services ....... .
I
In
smite the stele of ri !
.li..nda> and Mrs.Lou Leslie and Linda Col- T. Ire who represents the ... far more millions of pmc>l.. ansi its ru ho 4 attroctiun.>f the guverfMrwrttt of new payroll -- reedy' have field' cwt MldrMMlt Y .4 .KJtaawoMMiroi. ..,.,..,... _,ace aiOO M. Oscar faMvd Wags t.eMMSae4

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer moving without pending more munvyPai ...... He .......... l seat llu.MD .-
e < '
Sue Croy were In Punta Coda In Java. The *. Kelly ...., &H'd.' 'ifcuiiow. o*. ntsiavAfiONs. Mt 'YOU" 1MYIL ACCNT...
picture concern you've noticed. In i" ro
tups i,
Sunday evening.A contained numberof npnaslMng that tNt bt aatsorg such repxr1 will k> tubvullwd -
a
package recent 1ftOftUthe news repasts tirfiife, Jar,. :iI'.t
.3.: 7
Study Course book .to being articles. Including kimcnaa. about te Federal mints working iMfliever. in the free enUrsMase ,- ,. - . .
t.aMch&aI 7:30 each even luncheon set a silver beM.>> evertiioe to turn out mteasciuse sy.*..v Kelly ..M hoe -

.. Monday through Friday handbag made of lizard akin. of a shMtsgee will seek abolition. fill.4h. retail
c-eu.
at this- week at the" B>sptistChurh a belt m4 of some sort ef mm IMtMM p >re tiling powers. c" the
LkirenA
>The book being taught skin unidentified' and other Florida Milk Commtnwm aral
.at DM letters torN |Cph s- Items. "' .t.te.t tfevelopxnent .Is aerwpaign no povriwr. will eun u<..... for .

lane Everyone welcome to at DeSoto
PTA will give M program la to Induce customers *. "...., 1':1: I

tend.Miss. wa Fathers JUatot." we rhea tail. sM gy banks ami Saae a fIIIIW6c street ........
.JCay aLlweeth huger .t..Jao..1 the term bi deer cawitonts ateo a reed<< less ..tis........
DeSotoCowartjr *
crewfwd queen| Tuesday n-g !e ....l Idle ...id s.-wgrluI.n of
.
Sfttcnt AudllstMiw.A
tar last.. Friday even High -
safety rained was farmed assn BVM aigjw at etwrk- MtrouMtvrs eke kale II-a ..,..........;;1

ldg.Mrs1lnbsria In r9an County" Tuesday" .. rmMmUtia; eiwrkers Inask .. .and. poetaees ., a .,....,. (4.d.ieahra
Tboratoo .. stilt .tnruns.
lee tMyment
customers:" wbab ease _aMOe
theirman. -
.ei tb 4| sirs 1 Isms but U ImvrovJ with Claude Cr Jones as er to eacKsage. resin tn* ......u.wUI. Sr 'Mai nnes

..*. .. ... TR ** The Udies. ef the rpiseero.l paper snowey. Sated" oiyeeUos lie se(
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VtsitlrjJTMr. sad ..... "THornrcrwaUy. C sUd .re rp..-ietey4 -A.... _. -- -' -- ......". of kin pbuu akog .Mss
tea WeN Mr. and trmad.tian- staining ,few awd his .-Mtaei spa _r-
,tri. Wtfwtn tits, irf Marion. IaCbarlott> Ilmry.' which will Issas ...... Ie U. ar ueel seal. star' isg.rtost lswat ....:

Indian Bid. Mrs.aVtraarat Co *at the Star TSetre. u. wedding. st MryteUa ... .sale gile .....
lea.. wear Meese O.arw+ a a dtrvrwsed
1Gaty .. a 1eewser N. ., (
W.dnenda7.and Thursday. Jan. ... ... IIoI.IL I Ir
atra.. rwyria Cl and im- c. .. b & tah/wrl. aM. M srvwcg tea

8" e6 Ft Myers acre osrstsX 91 and rwtJ motxaadie wfll lewr* Mare .. Mu o.nIe Thaisdap .eee d terse Nt tae tllaetrta.. I

Uf. and Mrs. Itarotd Thomas Three.a Moul".... Gs, eai Fr- .-... ..... '1. 1911.Ur .-.....
awy .......... 91.Osws -- -- -. .-
......J"M" ,. sodMr. IUr4d del ..r'I.... feels swfroos a--- sf -- --
uf i.N a.... E.w1e. Crew i
TThomaa ,rind family < ei..mblirlg t tof 3tY1< pw- A
a mebob.e hiss vl.harsis eK a. 4lr weeir issued Msewe ag( ore CALL- whole Fr 8Ida1re'
eggs row Sae w .. .. te..thhg Every slncto> one''' Hno: to go. Our floor dtvpiay. of
Art. ....... Jon. ]e. JOE LCFEBVREIL
t1N Th isuat Mawr in. he Tan Memorial Mig% *ys4 ,, ng o. .r. 1

4. w vtr'i.r'G the. Jlotel fasq.irtt em Fttdr lau ', .r 'AT"t ,. Appiloncco lo txrfnc ckJ ned out to bring In new moctol' Comm

.,cia Falmy. ..... and .......7. Jan MYT.Tb T"F.- r.,........ at I
r 1.' reel Myers Oenersl fCstonaSM Def *- Aired,. .1 D.-... O's '4eha t ELECTRIC In now! Limited time onfyl' So act fast! *+, .

1ta;'"'see d '- .taros. DMtsln 'the tr tty .. rtg>patl sir r dvles- they ..

I ,1M1 IMId& ... sc.taC t.... W Florida Is ......e.ciIIftW ran. a ..i>...,. with wtMrkfasjis they '

pass Mr. and ascs. Terry C'aI _.., .+.wF Mrs. Was M. to seat. m*ney. It as aalssipg > SERVICE Sw

.... lJanta so A.ftIadia sabady. fig ......... with bnetetla. ,, : Weekley's Hohie Fumlshlnys

atraJ oarw.wrsEtk. fee. rise DerrK srgasistagd heeMg a .... n wh.b s .befuM COMPANY

.tad WUkgeta aa r..... .-.....l _. let Yisaspl'.. ..ease. r.rl, aw nnl..rws taw *. .. .
... w ....,,-r..IItO............ I \ '' : W
... Mr. -aad JIll w.. .... a- M so..hrfa'asli4esis MM a inert Wtor wa- -- E.6401
tlesesW 22 salltlt rill A. ftN '
o.Hrtll'Yy"
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a.-c... Jew rurMsg ileatistaorl. will he dt.redOtt at lIMy ca awl a t..lredt ,; n w s.g.eos a WA atel :

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.B-'X THE ARCADIAN A read ia Florida Thursday, January 23,1964Uje&tcrclciij. I



:h.JJ.s.By Personal IncomeContinued I Motorists Are WarnedOf' Woman.-Critical Smash Headlines : I


11 at ( from page 1-A) After WreckOn .

t Brown explained."In New State LawsCounty WINTER HAVEN (Spec.latThe ) Florida Fresh Citrus Shippers
1 order to alleviate this Highway 70 Florida Press Association Association which will betaken -

CALVIN CLOUSE bad situation u,> much as possible will hold Its 1964 Spring to New York where 18.0OO.-

we arc cooperating under Judge Gordon 11..y* Judge Hays said that he is Mrs. Elizabeth Crowley of Convention In Winter Haven OCO visitors are expected: to
;i February 11. 1932 the Junior' Class had charge the National Manpower warned Tuesday that the Si>ie withholding sentences on the Lake Placid and formerly of March 8th. 7th and 8th. The see them from April 22 through

i' In a same of basketball between of the chapel programs. The Development and Training Act Highway. Patrol is making ur- violators coming before him Arcadia was in a critical condition advance of the usual May. October 22. 1964, and the same

t the Alumni and the devotional was read by Lora of 1092 with several Federal rests in DeSoto for violate. until the public can get acquainted at Walker Memorial meeting date to March was dates) In 1963.Newsmen .

High School Gazers the Bulldogs Lavender. The school l sang agencies! th::! State Department! of two offenses listed In :he with the new state Hospital in Avon Park follow- done to coincide with the open- will be guests of

led all the way through vl Education, und local: school November 1963 state trail nc traffic laws Other Judges may ing an accident late Monday Ing of the Oth Annual Florida the James E. Strata Show management
.' the came until the third quart Washington and Lee Swing" boards in the training of almost laws. not be doing; that he warned. afternoon. Citrus Exposition. The new on the exposition midway -

t ter. The Alumni proved to and when everybody was seat two thousand willing and lie told the Rotary Club the Several of the important The car in which Mrs. Crow- date also enables Press Association that afternoon and will

till have plenty of ballplay- ed, a great commotion was able unemployed In seven metropolitan public had the general impression streets in Peace River Valley ley was travelling east on membership to attend be special guests at the Press

Ing ability and topped the heard outside in the hall. Ina areas in the Stute. that the state patrol, municipalities) are state roads: State Road 70 blew a tire the Annual Press Review din- Preview Dinner at Mayo, Hall

r Bulldogs 39 to 40. minuta the mystery; was "The aim i I. to get these people would not make arrests, hut' for examples State Road 70 causing the p ar fcf .slide ;353 ner ...j ttcavafanra formerly that night r <*
Two outstanding players in solved for in came a "kitchen elf supporting ngjin. would give warnings for \ ."- going eastward an dwestwurd feet In a side-ways ,position known!as the Press;Breakfast The annual convention: will

I tho same were Whitlock for orchestral that is, each mem- They are bring trained In latloos of the 1W3 laws u:+itil through\ Arcadia and U. S. before) hitting a culvert projection E. E. McCarthy of the Orlando close with a breakfast meeting

fl tho Builder, whllo McAnly ber of ttie orchestra had an ruth locally needed skills as the public had time to und. rtand Highway 17 through Arcadia; and flipping.over on its ,. Cupboard i; Press Association of the board In the Haven

., was the Alumni star. instrument made from some clerks waitresses, typists, auto :. the new regulations the main street Wauchula back according 'Trooper F. pre.ldent.'and John Paul Hotel at 8:30 Sunday morning.
May 4. 1923 kitchen utensil. The two regulations wh.:hare (State Road 64) and U. S.
mechanics, secretaries, seamstresses D. Williams of the Florida. Jones of. Gainesville secretary- r
Mia Glyn Shelter was April 11, 1930 and several specialized bringing arresto In Ar ,'- Highway 17, State Road 64 and Highway Patrol. manager representing; more ,

crowned "Queen of May" at The annual Junior-Senior skilli There are :37 classes operating cIa the judge said are: m.>*- Stoat Head 60 through ZolfoSprlnrs Mrs. Crowley was rushed to than 140 weekly and ,

elaborate ceremonies at a Banquet was held at the Wo- or scheduled to begin Lag a right turn on a rod 'lih>. the Avon Park Hospital where weekly newspapers in &eml-I
spring pogent presented: by man's Club. The theme of the soon en u state highway or |ate a The new state traffic code attaches reported that she Was Local arrangements

many pretty girls in flower event was Spanlib. and It wju On the Industrial Occident state highway; ann failure t""> adopted by the 1983 Florida still In critical condition.The tertaining the : are BSOT

like costumes. Music was: civm carried: through out the evening front brown esld a massive use the blinker lights to w II. n lejj ;lature, contains a number accident occurred Monday being handled by Larry Burr,

on the piano by Misa IJur- : as much as possible Tho uIIU- cchJent program' 1 fAFfTY3. f- a motorist' when you are p. ,- ot other regulations! which are afternoon 12 miles west of publishers-editor of the Weekly ; runt w/ujin/ ? i 4

bara lilakc. The program wus room was .orated as u Spun- : with labor mun- log them and that you \.,al drawing only warnings und nutrifxts Dears Den.Art Herald a director at largeof I

sponsored by the Ala beta 1'i ish Carburet. ULtrntnt: insuraiiie, und government pull jiito in : l..ficuhcu'l ..r .< fro mthe state patrol- the state body and W. E. !! NOW LAST DAY!

Club and the Junior Cluss. Mr. Lops impressed upon JlllrtlC'lp ltlnr.. reduced the cur: you ate iI.inll.; /m.n\ the county judge said. Rynerson, Daily Newj-Chief i
January 11, 1934 the minds of everyone that the than
dliabhng injuries by more publisher
Mr. ttcvcly'sj homeroom had legend: of building "Air Can- twelve hundred during. tho Exhibits The newspapermen! will register i "Splendor In '.
charge of the chapel program tics" in nldtn times In Spain .
rnovt current five-month rejMirtlne at the Haven Hotel from 2
Friday. Odus Nauvoo led thodevotional is one that may bo applied to Are March 6th. The Grass"NATALIE
period. Judged to :9 p.m. on Friday
i i' after which thero everyone Throughout our lives The Florida safety campaignhas I President McCarthy said that

was a saxophone solo by we are building cither larjjj or been<< adopted won Idwide BOWLING During Fair due to the possibility of a WOOD
James Murphy. Dorothy Myiir small ones, and we utrug"la to
AsooclalMMi
by the Inlet natlontlouul r "makeup clinic" with Howard
tea cave: a reading entitled "Ata keep them from blowing uwjy.Th. / cf Aiciuerit IVisrdj' and A total of 60 pair.tings, including Xing;, registration would be
Matinee" .> program w.iu big.. success ; NEWS II three pencil drawing: ,
CommliMloiis fttt 10-! A'ITY-: shifted to the Landmark Motelat
November .1, 1031 and everyone had nit en- 4. I went up for Judging during the 1 p.m. with the clinic being FREE PASS
.MlasVUleoxon'a section of jnyuble evening.fi' Fair Week -
DeSoto County under
1 And I.'rown warnrj, "Haacil: held from 2 until 4 p.m. This Coupes Good for OnF .
on steadily rising cinplciyrnunt, (I :. the auspices of the Arcadia At 5 pjn. Friday the news- >.. Ad........." When Accompanied .

)'Iorldlm can I look tu the New MERCHANTS LEAGUE M.u'ad.nl.Im.: set the pace Art Association. The exhi- men will go to Cypress Gardens by One Paid Ad.

Science Topics Mt r + Fsr Year wllli optimism bjt: we Roy Gregory blasts his way for Arcadia with 211-200-361.: bit was open to all artists of for a> special! ski show, followedby mission of 60c. GOOD
; COUPON
ryd not
r
jr r have to r-rntrnber: lust the to the top of the Merchants DIck' : Dunatdson had 933 and the County members whether of the or Association. a cocktail party and a din- WED. OR THURS. ONLY

ti (Continued: from pale 3-A) chances for accidental death Loop with 638 on games uf Tommy Anderson 918. The they were ner with the Gardens management Expires Feb. 20th
and increase by the 210-242 and 180. I .
Injury Itoy sparkedhis as hosts. DeSoto Theatre 4
'.microscope. thousands s;. the employment: Middletori Candy team to next match will take place The paintings were entered On Saturday, the 7th. a

to buy "The Mushroom Hunt- figures move upward, and wo a 3-1 win over Smith X-Cel "\b.\ 2 at Cypress Lanes. in nine categories and the breakfast session for all delegates -
:
I\ era Field' Guide," says its publisher .i wilt have; to redouble I our efforts Jimmy Albrltton and HjrryLudd INDUSTRIAL LEAGUETommy following winners were announced : will be held at the Hav- TUE.

the University of Michigan in 19-SAFKTY-4.: if wa had M''m! and 5U.'. Muia- Anderson poundedout : Portraits. Robert en Hotel. This will be followedby FRI. THRU

I'reKS. A new revised edition are to reduco the tlevuctallitg toWn Wnliis fired a 211- 63 a- (Bob) Pike, First; Jarrett members of the press witnessing -

describes 188 mushroom ,.. human ,arid L"'OIllmlc11> 'C\s lung with George 1'alnner 212-: a mighty 613 series with a Hamilton second and Mary the big exposition parade -
4 uf the Industrial accidtrit 601 I 1'61 tm..r :JOI-JJ7:<< :! to pace Ids Turner Potterson third. Landscapes seats .
varieties, TLre, ore no practical llobhy came up from grandstand
'tesU to ftlstlngiilrli a "go-xl lI'our.1." With 031 for his. srt: .*. BunUtum Realty' teatnanatea to a1.0 Ion Adamson first: ; Mrs. Dun- near the Haven Hotel. Follow- REMICK GARNEHSIQMMIT

mill hNnl from u "ijail ...HI...- eo++s Dread won 3-1 over :;wavy,,\ over Paln. r Spreader ncomb second and Jeanlne ing the parade they will go :

stool, the book warn. It ;you AlJcnrs TPUHI U C. Taylor h.ul l la t>.1 vice. Till Turner boys were IVlimierer: third. Seascapes: to the exposition grounds two

don't know, don't cat Men Charged 2Ut .a l. Steve hock IU8 aril red hot on games: of bUI-936- lone Adamson, first; Mildred blocks away to view the exhibits -
Women/ are the weaker sex Kill McAnty' Uia Channel: .Inswi r7 fur a scratch total of 2709.: Powell second. Still Life: Mrs. sponsored by the Florida

after< nil. At least. !in Kingston, 9 ;19ayr' V/ti-h Assault a.1 MVI' .,. theWhiftdeu Of. Kbby ll>al followed/ up with Ha; we, first; C. Dimos. second Citrus Commission arid the -111--' ..
England. in a survey of IOJ: patients with CJ.,no At 'y .
who complained of fa- ,., w Dwight E. Wcstberry. North & Fur CtwiHel It was M.ka Art Luidic 942 and Greg Animal Nancy Polk and Mrs. NOIMM'

tlque 7d were women. And it Hcmsndit Strctfl !is being held frMMcr with 519. lJ.e.>*o Nu- Coves 434 George: Palmer had Howe, first prize; Wendy Webb
wasn't caused by overwork, the In DeSoto County Jail on two tiunul Bank won all 4 points :0:1-:1: : II, Marsden Wallts 923. second and Julia Homer, third. Bowl-Land Lanes Will in.AJ1ID JI1DmXS

researchers said. Women, they charges of alleged assault and hum The Arwudisn taunt 11111 McAnly 203-520. Peace Abstract: A I Bridges, first. '-*

say brine on most of their battery It was announced hero \V,luii Willidins. had G3S tiral Hives Moving won all 4 points Water colors and charcoal: : Resurface After MayThe ----

fatigue* by sitting around worrying today by the DeSoto Cognty laugh Flanders 30.: WayneUllUttd front Johnson Grove Service. lone Adamson, tint Mary Pet-
too much. Sheriff's Department. was high for Tha Arcadian Kay White I led I the way with terson second and G. C. Demos. lanes at Bowl-Lane will STARTS WED.
.Weslberry Is being held wttli 47tt. Arcadia Aluitic A50. Hoy Gregory '227-338. thrid. Special first went to be resurfaced In accordancewith

BROOKE DIAMOND pending: tho posting of $5110> und Furniture. won 4 points Hurry I. idd! 20I-33O and Jimmy Jane Adams and a special first the American Bowling Jan. 29th

bond or assurance on each hum Cola Cola. Ken Johnson Albritton :9O9. Frank Naz2' went to Mary Petterson for a Congress requirements at the

s. DHS Students Campaign Mgr. For count The two charges allegedly was high with 033: along with -". rf>le
grew out of a family dispute. litl HU-r: 202.: 012 for ....hnM>n. CTC won In the chlldre"'. division been announced by Marsden h
High Announced the retort: stated. Schttlulo fur Jan. 23. 10<14Ariuuiu 4-0 over Gull Naval Stores firsts were taken by Iteba Moss Wallis" lanes manager. t

(Continued from page 5-A) Music tt Kurn. vs I>.- with Frank Keene firing :939 fur a landscape; by Timmy The work will take about fwi

Youth Herdman award went Smoke Diamond, Joshua Soto NaUunal... Ifcmk: ..t, fur CTC while Jr. Norris had Adamson for a Still Life and two days Wallis .said and will e oacTtCaeeCOLOnr =-

to Ronald doUlrlng. Creek. resident, has been named Vision Seminar To Bo Sunbeam. nreail vs The Whkl- 490 for his team. Bob. hook by Debbie Hollingsworth for be done sometime after May -r.wi.er..tte. arcs

Individual winners In the tho local campaign managerfor Held' In Winter Haven den Co.MiJdlrton. hot a 224-9IU series to lead a water color modern. 13. s

4-H beef Judging! contest were Hubert King High ul Miami The .first seminar on developmental Candy"Co. vtf Al- Tiopuul 1 Kxt. to a 3-1 win over

Barry; Qoldrlng first, Bobby who Is a candidate for vision to be scheduled Lanes lUKlio & TV Bui fields Shop. Steve Hook
and Donald Cacti: Cola vs Hie Arcudian with 470 for Bar-
Joens
second high
southeastern was la
Governor. The announcement In the U.S.
duynn third. Smith X-Cel vs Channel Ins. fields Reduce Wear On /
In Winter Haven
will bo held
came early this week along CENTRAL FLORIDA
,
In the FFA beef Judging d Team Standings Won Lost
nest Sunday Monday, u n
contest Wayne Warren Wau- with a statement that camPGlbb TUAVJL! LEAGUE!: l'euce buyer Mov. :91 21

chula first Jerry Skinner, Arcadia headquartervuld bemaiittalned Tusday Arcadia, toda It was)'. announced in Tha team from Bowl Land Turner Realty 48 24 Your Pure Oil
Is still I their
holding by
second and Dickie Kelly in or near the Dr. William A. Clement own Johnson Grove 41 31
I Arcadia third. The DeSoto taking 3 points from WtterersOU Tropical Ext. 34 38
who is
downtown Arcadia' Arcadia optometrist u
area.
I '. Lake Wales Srnd..Y'
County PTA chapter team .n..u' Palmer Spreader 33 39
member cf the planning commltfc Tires
placed first overall In beef Diamond' is self-employed asa said this the Gulf Naval Stores 32 >)OCTC .
morning
Wauchula Peace grove: manager and has resided ,
: Judging with : 31 41
seminar will be conducted by
l Itlver chapter second and In this area for more Dr. G. N. Gelman of Luverne Babson rfields Shop 10/ 54 Fsr safety's sake. drive In here
than five Prior to moving
third. years.
Avon Park chapter n.w.
Minn., one of the nation's fore gib
Tim McAllister placed first here he aril his family Economics ;
were living In Miami' wherehe moat authorities on vision and A tar that "."1"1.." 1 Is noIsnger
and Dickie Johnson second In
child development Continued from 1 A) t under complete _..t..l. To
was personally acquaintedwith ( base -
the FFA dairy .\idglng. Eight Dr. Cleitient oLd. that optometrists continue. to drive It may. prove' 1f
buys; tied for third Miles' Mayor High.' from Georgia. Misrstsaippi fashion! atmti;.i>he-re of I hard My Neighbors dleastrevo Let us get at the eau_ ,/

Judah Wayne Warren Jerry High stated that Crooks Diamond and 20 different >.lurid work and hustle an a furn\ hiGlutawier -- and c.,...., It by. putting year J ,
J Lawrence, Jim Covent Bud Is typical of the type<<' Mr thitNon wont ( "",, wheels' In accurate balance sad rotating _
cities: will attend the Ihrrerlsy -
.f Wilson from Wauchula. Jerry of Individual that Is conducting : to the Massachusetts Institute / year. tires.Wheel.
session at the haven Hotel.
Skinner, Dickie Kelly from Arcadia his campaign throughout According to Dr. Clement uf TerhrhuMgy.! Upon .rwl :.tt- Jyn
:
and Solon Wilson from tits state. These men are. not developmental vision" .U ream Ing he turned Instinctively' tae Balance and
Avon Park profsslsonal politicians.High concerned with functions .af financial and business a ttvltI. 'f
The DeSoto County 4-11 aMll.l "In most cases they have .. in which .hs father was
defects of the
Vision than in
clubs won 920.OO and first never participated in a political engaged.Ills .
1
.
place: with their float !In the csiniMlgn. They are men eye of exertion' however un- C 1 Tire Rotation SpecialWheels
understanding
fair parade held last Wednesday who have a great Interest In "With an visual (lern..ln il his health. hr con- 'I. \
visual
The 4-11 clubs: alau placed their own local affairs and aC'hle"crnrn'performance and how a child titM ttl. tutwrrulosts and ha .-. Je; .
first with their'th at the volunteered. to assist In the was sent West "... BIMKI as Balanced
fair with the FICA coming In election uf an Independent. learns, the modern rptoinettUt dead? II was while he wasctMtvatatring '. SPECIAL $400
can provide the vision( cart .
lawn hU dntttU ..
second. .
The 39 year old Mayor High and visual guidance that assures and
U a veteran of the second war srlilovcnwnls malady that he worked out
hlUlten of greater -
and according to Diamond .....ne of the; .......bUUk. 'aehdrnibiema Plus Weight
In life, In Ibo hell'". .r Tires Switched
owes no allegiance tu any at school and in society" << he u, business formal.Pig SAVE $2.00
One Man group or clique' He was educated added. hU weekly releasvs. arcusnl -Lent. hiss be. future his.torlans *

at Miami University and Dr. Getman for years dkl I by over 400 newspapers; will g. wild 41ft......,. "r _
Stetson Law School. and hM financial reports by lag "ess_-
Gesell Institute
research at the
Art Show 30.IXM>> rorimrattens" art( esUtes. 150Clip
Diamond stated that formerly
as soon of Child Development
< .His. r.se fxh work is PLUS
as a headquarters<< was opened known as the Vale University
F (Continued' from pap 1-A) a campaign orgnlsatkwi Clink of Child Development. carried. on by a large staff of ... [Free Gold Bond Stampsj

+ sUe and ,on any subject, and waperUMr ,
would be set In motion. lie Us wrote the book. -How
i must be malted tv taken to liaison founded! tlab } ii With Purchase of .
requested. that persons Interested to Dtnlnp Your Child's Intelligence 1
the Art School fouling not in offering their services ." and co-authored on tuslltvle foe Men and. incvoperauou This Coupon BALANCING SPECIAL

later than noon February 14, In behalf of High) fur Governor Vision Its Development In with the L i- Mrs. OFFER EXPIRES JANUARY SO. 1t 4TJMISSiMajsj
Entries will be judged by a Itabson. rt.rk peU W.bberChIle.
Infant and Child.: For Free
for Women both Stamps MiB! !
panel. of qualified artists from The seminar has been setup -K .

among the to many the Art art Council clubs belonging of- Arcadians Miss Ootumetrie under the Extension: auspices Program of the at..lb-'nnwn maUt""...,.. Here yuunjl.ur.\tlonaJ nun .. We'll Gladly..

Southwest Florida. and w.m* t may ctmrentratston
Duncan Ok la.
Mrs. RHoodes started painting Serious Injury Dr. A. M. Sksfflngtoet., OEP the fundamentals of honest I Come, After

In J93S in Mar turn. NJ, education director, says Dr. and efficicwt' buinos adminbtrutkMV and
snd'In Ute bestnnlnd' ; was self tsar,, h" '. aUUwsst Your Car
Oetmsns research and educational -
C. J. (Snnny) Carbon wf the
S Institute of DusUMSS -
taught. Bhe U a grsduaui pian .
effortshave made Itpossible
lat stud took up painting be City retire Drtvsrtment. and ..........IntlolIn, 9 Return it-
for parents to assure x
'
serious
family missed injury
Kureluk. Kansas, u.. center of
able to show ck>*> avsocUUon their. children's' achievement H
between music and colormoods. Sunday morning about IftM the United St..... ... H< been of
the .tallness" of thir inUHoctiial. Free Charge
o'clock la Lake I'Ucid. when a very ,
settee s4o as ow "bWl\ftMft' ,
.. t PURE SERVICE
and spiritualIrtheclianees. JADE S
.
personal
car drlW'tb7 Mr Harold Francis .
m.dauin't.
of ether" --1 We to
She moves! lo -.. afterWorld ." Use Your
War Jl and there. studied Madden pulled out In front the Mltlle.. watts as tti 1 Gravity 7y
(Indicated
m
Dr OMMint I
of them at the Intersection .
no..rlrnc1a to-
under the Internationally Pure
lien night' has been planned *
of State Road 51 and Stats .
c.Wd at few Dwteeb Nw
known author srtUt. Jerry
Road HI. In avoU'hg!' the car for Monday a 1:10: pan. lit ( +,..
IIM1'1J'6hf !
Farnsworth and Wider the Well' Credit Card
carrying the oUetly couple.Cartonit Nora Mayo Hall. Winter Hav CM CASE _
known Hilton J.Hda She later -
ear clipped' oft three .tv He indicated elementsry MUSCULAR
.. bI&dwd& the Rio Vista
teachers, pgehuicltsts, fwduttrtrlans -
cement gusrd-re.ila and pushed
School of Art and Music in ROBERT W HEINE
....... a fourth. uMiancs'' counaeHnrs.reenodisl .
Ssrssota She has also taught I teachers, scttool pruiciosU ACHES-PAINS Received Special
.. .Madden of Route 2. Macshsll
ia Punta Cords art guild and and others Interacted see
.. Minnesota. was charted Rswogvitiees FranGULF
established the Arcadia School
U Art .lass%.J-l She spat one with( UllitK t* 3*.4d right-of- Invited loa attestJacobson Take Mto tablets .hen you LIFEINSURANCE '
It was reported."' With weal teenpeesry rebel teasetruant Pure Service
summer svasoet at the Colorvdo way. 22AberdeenAngus actge sad P..... sod belly CO. oe S
Springs School of Fine Art. Madder was his with Buys I ..un.-\.n as.claated with
Classes at the school are held Carlton was accompanied) by Bulls Ar\Nu. tlaumatiao. InanNas. I Foe the Month ..tj r rD.4

on Friday nights and Satur- his. wtfs Doris. SMI two rhil- a.--...... Haskche sal ,j ......... eI N
days Contestants who" wtoh to dress Jay and Diana. Mono e...,. R. Jacobson ArceiLU. 1..Mfw )I sii.r IM..en, L..stbse Fur LosOsnai In SWIn SOS S. Bravoed. WA 9-461 Q..r.. .i

,jpofnprtf_fof )he full scholarship ,writ srrtMUly Injured but suffcrrd -. recently pMrtlkAaed 32AUru dr.e.r a.eta s year i t t DvSoest and PtaedeC.Ulw .
and aAft4bul... f r.. Mllofcvft r cam b.1L At all drug _as_t- I ICwitChek
ill art are asked Us.ton- shuck bruises nur. < .. -Across front : -" .
tact Wr' at Hoi .......... 42 Oe- Ida llUhwsy\, Petrol. aaveatigal. .... J W IXavts," Fajrtto ecsA.di. .. n. -' iIf '- .. .

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I (T NeVer To Be Forgotten Page In U.S. History r. cL o' _FEDERAL.FOR ENFORCEMEMT BROADER BID Panama Canal ZoneBy I


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? fey THURMAN SENSINGThe What could those children canal that is a part of our system borne In mind that the longtime <

U. S. Marines who raIs- have thought when they readof of trade and national de- principal aim of the com- l+ POWERS ROBERT MORRIS firm legal position that had

ed the stars and stripes above Iwo Jima and other battles fense. munists In Latin America has : t i' __ The Republic of Panama entered proceeded from a compact under -

the mountain of Surabachl on in which our flat was the By a treaty, signed more been to take the canal away : into a solemn compact which we have more than

,jih..,J Japanese Island of Iwo symbol of our nationhood and than SO years ago the United from the United States. If : with the United States in 1903 lived up to our obligationshave
'Jima in World War II wrote then learned that that flag States obtained the right in they were successful: in this and by treaty pledged the following not satisfied Panamanian

{.a;glorious never to be forgotten could not fly over their school perpetuity to the sole use. occupation enterprise it would be of : "The Republic of Panama nationalist demands. Instead,

f page In American his- Americana at home can be and control of the greater help to the Soviet Un- e 1 grants to the United States they have whetted the agita
'lory. The nameless American thankful that they refused to Panama Canal and Canal Zone. ion than anything they have LM all the rights power and authority tors.

history The nameless American countenance the shameful betrayal This treaty is as valid as the done thus far including the within the zone . to Congressman Daniel Flood
youths who earlier this of American sovereignty document by which the United capture of Cuba. The Panama the entire exclusion of the a Democratic Congressmanfrom

month\ raised the flag with the by State Department offi- States obtained Alaska from Canal is the lifeline of U. S. exercise' by the Republic of Pennsylvania, has been

broad stripes and bright stars cials. The parents of these the Russians or the Virgin Islands security in this hemisphere. It Panama of any such sovereign warning since 1098: that our

In front of their school on youngsters can be everlastingly from Denmark. No one is not one bit outdated by the rights power or authority" obsequiousness and our retreat -

American territory in the Panama proud, of the patriotic reactionsof in the American government<< air age for all inter-oceanic xrl"A ;I Is Despite this virtually absolute from a sound I legal,, and

Canal Zone also deserve their children. If this is whether minor official or President shipping depends on it, as do grant of sovereignty, the moral position would J lend to
the thanks of the nation. the measure of American has the right to dispose our naval forces for swift Uni'-d iKates has retreated blood and disturbance In the

But there's tragedy in this youth the Republic will be of this American territory or movement, from one ocean to from Its firm legal position streets.

event which was followed by safe in the hands of the next to accept any reduction In this the other. and conceded "titular sover The Communists have born

imanian rioters assaulting; generation.But country is sovererign rights In All good Americans have eignty" over the Canal Zone exploiting 'this inflammatory
U. S. terri the Republic is NOT the Canal Zone. It Is to be hop- cause to to the Republic of Panama. We situation. In 1881& a Panaman-
that President
tory. For safe in the hands of those who ed that the Johnson administration Johnson will pray 14 t further agreed that the Panamanian U agitator Andres Galvun.
fully, appreciatethe
these patrio- are willing to see the stars and realizes that it cannot play flag could fly wherever returned to Panama from a
importance of defending
tic youths stripes puuled down or hidden International<< politics with the and fully, U.S.- the United States' flag was session with Fidel Castro In

a were raising; out of sight. This is what happened Panama Canal or trade It away rights in the maintaining Panama Canal 0 flown. Actually the .President Havana and made the follow.

the American for the U. S. flag had or share it with any other Zone and that he will resist cannot legally make the concessions Ins demands: 1)) the nation.,
flag in defi- been removed from the federal nation or combination of because: a solemn allzatlon of the Canal Zone
to the utmose all efforts to :
ance of a regulation court budding and other Amer- countries or 'International steal or undermine those EJtI ... treaty has been ratified giving 2) the expropriation of American -
rights.If ?
o f ican offices in the Canal Zonein body. The Panama Canal', by liFFECZI'1'e A E sovereignty to the United property there; 3) the
the American the period before the Pan- historic. right, is wkly an :Mr. Johnson should heed iTE AND tlRLaS States. A treaty cannot be abrogated expulsion of American citl-

governor o f amanian Invasion. American canal. It the Pana- the counsel of appeasers In -- TER POLLUTION COlrtQwie by the executive! sens from the enclave.

the Canal Great principles and important ma Canal were to fall Into the the State Department one can branch of the government. It Since then the powerful

Zone. The U. S. State Department interests are involved in hands. of some Latin American be sure that the American peo takes' action by the President, Communist appartus has been

In a despicable deed of the Canal Zone situation. equivalent of Dictator Nasserof ple would never forget such Another Power Grab the Senate and the House of fueling these demand The

appeasement of Panama's, left- Panamanian leftists want to Egypt who controls the appeasement In the upcoming Representatives Abrogation Is uprising of January 9 have all

wing nationalists had agreed deprive the United States of Suez Canal. America's security p..l i
that (American: flag would a portion of its territory of would be gravely threat highly unlikely that anyone powers in the water ,pollution! enforcement area nhouhl tltutlonal actions.Tliese This Is a Soviet move

not fly In front of an American its sovereign right to fly, its ened. could be elected President who be stopped in its tracks. A capsule of testimony concessions: from a (Continued tin page 3.11)
school attended by American flag alone, and to take away Indeed In considering the bore the stigma of giving away summary
children. from the U. S. control of the riots in Panama it must be the Panama Canal. before the House Committee on Public Works In
opposition to piusnirc of U.K. 3166 amply supports our

contention that the c.xnnntlon move should be defeated.. :JO :
It follows: francr,. ,. lae/aJ
!)ri.J1. C-ilitor OurS !
.' .. ,. L/f' SimertCfi There i it no need for enlarging the centralirmernment'M !

present completely adequate authority Our ....th.r.ve
rejoice that
/ U-cutise substantial has already been achieved though our mortal
,pmtrross
vat VrJ lives wll lend..
Thy work
will continue It we tell others
under local state and Intcrstnta rritulatlon and activi
ties. the gent) news of Christ. Strengthen us. till us with Thy

The Face Of Crime In U. S. SayEditor A preliminary survey of several thousand In* name.power' ,Amen.and use tin for Thy irlory. We pray in Jesus

duxtriul plant hart shown that they had spent $6&O
The Arcadian: million for water
pollution control facilities and were
by. .. D. BCROIN in the United States to curb I i Currently. I believe, thethe The people of Florida can disbursing $100 million annually to operate them.

A not so sparkling facet of organized crime to help I' Federal authorities have knowledge look back on ItU with Justifiable More( than IO. states including the most popu.

the thousand faces that go to police and the FBI agents to of over<< 1,200 major racketeers pride, for during the past lous and highly industrialized require the filing of TWO MINUTES w.
make up New York or any get evidence that will stand up or gangstrrs Some operate detailed for
year our state has taken major plan treatment of waste water and the
other great American city is in court. fur the Cosa Nostra. but
Issuance linN, 7NlJl./
strides of pcrmitM before new Industrial .
forward In many arras, t plants may
the reign of organized crime. IN CUSTODYOne there are also isolated ,
groups
particularly in the fields of ed- be constructed and before revisions or extensions tu n .esssuw .. Sur. 5555.as. .
Not so long a so we were treated 6f the men arrested as a subservient to the Syndicate In ..- .1555 .assn
.. to the rambling if fascinating result of Valachl's testimony as much as they are allowed to ucation. In fact perhaps never existing manufacturing processes or waste treatment ...... e4 ueee )
Valachl would before in our history has so facilities' may lx made.Kxtenwion .
account of life In the in custody and operate provided they do not
6Amerkan underworld by the almost certainly be shot If set infringe on the Illicit sources of much been accomplished In : fir federal pimrrs would undoubtedly

convicted murderer. Joe Va- free was Frank Casino 59, the revenues of the big gangs. these vita largo of government. result in the establishment of uniform rules and mru The Bible

lachl. who Is to be accused of refusIng The Cow .Nustra U ruled' by a Highlighting the advance In lations without reirnrd to the variabilities within' and ChurchMany

Brought before the American ; to give evidence:' before a grand council known as the these fields were the constitutional among rifer basins. This would.'" bring harsh and unjust people have truly come to know Christ 01

Senate Committee in Washington Grand Jury lie Is believed to commission twelve. men each authority and safeguardsfor inforrrnicnt: In some situation and fierhapj too lax Savior after having' been sincere, religions "church
have Information about the called "a or' "bass" each a $79 million junior college
Valachl showed how eight capo in members". tor years. Though faithful supporter! of
out of ten leaders of organized murder of Anthony (LJttle I 1 boas Is In charge of a "family" and university expansion program others.The federal JrOv.rnmont.I'ntortement' activities some earthly church onranliation they had
and for : never experlencctl -
Pisano This Is financing the acquisition
Carfare. In the
crime In New York City were Augie ) September generic name of. a under 'its has In the truth of II Cor. 5j7j Ml 1?
killed between 1910 and II. of ItSt. Carfaoa and gang working in a specific .,... and development of prment authority already resulted any man ho in
This to be going back a woman had been shot dead Each "family is supreme in Its lands vitally needed for water a series' of clashes, conflict*) and controversies with Christ he Is a new creation." It U possible to be a menu

Ions wsarto seems portray graphical a as a result of underworld own "..ion.The .- C'OftNnaUoa.aNI&door rec%. ,late and interstate. buell.-... which probably would arrow her In meta) atandlntr of some church organization yet

ly the face of the Cow Nostra feud.. His funeral which remains twelve bosses have a rest ion. in disruptive severity if wider. )powers are frfvton"toWashington. bn'otiUlde' of the one true Church <>r which.the: UlUo!

cst>* syndicate. There was a one of the newspaper number of lieutenants, charge It was especially gratifyingto speaks..

,time for Instance, when the oddessys of Long Island and of a regima or a crew: which Is me that members of the This Is because the true Bible Church t* not an

gang leader Giuseppe Masserla New York. I hope to describe composed of soldiers. Far from Legislature selected' this office organization but a living organism it spiritual)' { Ixuly..

had "sentenced to death" everySicilian later. being one of the top mrValachi \ to draft the amendments which Be.t..nll ::/)"Jr MJeMJ am I with a living' Head and living members. Again and again

from the small town The control: of crime: In the was Just argesnt lit made It possible) for the peopleof SEe Paul, by divine I Inspiration calls the Church the

of CasWUamarre.. Slcilly. who United States that If organized one of the crews. Florid to eJlPf'eMh..... .flatly of Christ.' He NIl "\V, being .
many, see <>n t
.....then Uvlnx ID the United crime is in the hands of the Over a third of the Cosa selves directly on both these Hotly In Christ (Kom.
e 12:0): ). "Y. are the llody of
States. CN tra. which actually Nostra reside In the New York programs. In Space For Profit Christ and) members In nartltil>r'* II f.''nr.. \'t'Yivt.. ., .'..
Salvatore Marano. head of means "our c.u..." otherwise city area. Other families rule The expansion of our higher -- .nI
memUta
are uf .Ilia.. Ikxl, ((Kph.: G:3O:: ):
"family" which was challenging by the Mafia the Syndicate, the In Doaton. Buffalo Chicago, education: systems Is by far 'the
UM control of Masseria. had Combination or the Unione Si- Cleveland. Kansas City Lor moat energetic and gigantic in I low do>> we .become members of thin true Iliblw

come'from' this very town in dllone. As they My_a rose Angeles Philadelphia and Han Florida's history. Dabson Path. Jlfass. (Special forty years ago I bought 11.000 Church the 'holy, of Christ? First, we must aclcnowl-

Sicily and Valachl had been by any name Francisco and there are other Another major step In the ) One of my precious poasesalona acre* wf land for t4M an acre edge ourselvesi tu .be sinners' 'In (keys aught' for Kphrn-:.

"assigned kill members of the This organized crime has cities also' involved.' field. of higher' education: is in la a map of the Untied This was my first speculatlun \\n 2 relates, ) how Christ died' for sinful men that I n"

Masseria group with the assist.ante been described with Its ritual The five principal. basses of the control and administrationof >States published In rranre In riurltla/ &land. T....)' thai might "reconcile" them tu Coil' "In one .lN,,1 lr", by thcro4

of a mobster who* name blood InitiaUony.. its New York are Vito Genovese the Florida. University System. In 1TM. It shows nothing' west .land. MlU fur 1100 an acre. I (Verse 10)). Thu.h..n lrllevinir sinners' are reconciled -

Valachi knew only as-Buste heartless board of directors Its Joseph Donanno. who Is known In November of 1M4 we of the the Mississippi Pacific, until you .bought. land about ten years to Owl; by. faith 'In Christ. ., they are regenerated'
from Chicago. lie was described members pledged to silence and aa Joe Bananas, Thomas Lu- will have an opportunity tovote react Coat whereIt .S In the Interior wf Ine stale .tlven a new life by the '
and the
shows ( Hplrit. by spirit'
few settlements are
a on fur 1100 an acre which sells'
ctw. known '
as collegiate type who carried unquestioning obedience to its as Three Flngvr on another constitution
the coast or In what now for not n,urn mars tadayi. but baptised' Into the Church the .llody. of ChrUt.
a violin case. Inside It wasa rules. Its principle: aim is to Drown. Carlo Gambino and the amendment which well If
machine guru make profit out of crime.The fifth who recently died Joseph adopted change the constitutes: California. Oregon t 1C I had bought' en the sat or Tit Oz5l: "Not by works of righteousness which we

The purpose of these. Senate Attorney General Mr.' Robert Profacl.: Genovese* is the accepted seven member board of present control and Washington., wilt ensit. |It would today sell.. have done, but according to Ills. mercy He saved. u".

hearings. -which Hare been Kennedy has called It a private .head of the 12 man Into a nine member boardof nuviNo LAND IN FLORIDA for left ,lime the purchase by the washing of regeneration and renewing of the
I Land ,In ITo tide was then price, Holy' ."
brought forward by Mr. Robert government of organized crime commission.rirrtiN. hCftM..ben of the Hplrlt.
Kennedy Ute Attorney General with an annual income of VKARS new board will serve ..... being _leiy real estate agents 11UYINO LAND ON THE: I C .r. *12:.1.1: : "For t by one Hplrlt are we all "baptiaieil'

and brother of the late FtesU. buttons of dollars "resting on In spite of the fact that he la gored terms of nine. years In Spain. lAM In what MOON Into one body

dent was) to help to determine a base of human suffering and at present In Jail serving. a which. will assure great Coat are now stales the other Atlantic ".Itd.,. may laugh at rne. .:Yery one of us should' ask himself: "lUre/ I been
W.I" WIld In
whether new laws are required moral corruption." fifteen year sentence for traffic er. continuity on ttte board. The France ami Kngland. This" laml. but 1 think the Mme "Thing will baptised by the Spirit 'Into the llody of ChrUfT" If
in narcotics, Genovoie continues amendment also will give the happen In eaesneethwt with Ufwlu not trust. Christ.
sold at prices w"kh.n wry SUB your Havlor and 'become a member
to run his 'family In administrators at our eolletiand .a low Much the itMMMi. I behave reallatr of the; one true 1IIU 1 church. Then
tartar land In rtor-. aasoclate yourself,
_
fact, wa even Heard truss Valachi unlversltos' agents will some day
//oat ::Ja/ some naedxl .tda. rowhl then be bought fur with, some local where
Sin C of how it is possible additional autonomy In running !. ailing land an .IHe moan ajMembly Christ .U ItOflOl"eeJ"
34 cents an .tr. which<< now and the iu HILl
fur U... g nar.Wn to exerutetalkers (hew institution AI u.. snag : whirl may stem a profit at taught.
ella fur tvw an acre. I lr. del laud wkl. 6ft Shit
ensrstryso
or squealer Inside th time the measure leaves the
Sieve that Ih. ke will
American state penitentiaries.The basic cuntral of education p continue years Ago. My Vteann for
syndicate's main sources. the hands of eleetaotktala: \t, rk. .. I thieve that feolinaIfcia'' way Ie that .land.

Cit'ilbye Charlie of revenue. ? come from narcotics the Cabinet the Stat Ikwrdetf land tn Florid., -|Mprtallyand .*. the m>*m can be "viewer* e.//OI"/ / '
'-ft.f.-nl land m I'". w.t ""''' firttRMsonVoter
.. .
,uf revenue come from narcotics.tnoneylendlna Education: and the L claialure. by n a*M .I the terse ,ed. .
which Is safe. This amendment has-bneaUeM tne r al o asla.. will Kv telaseaupe, which wit.. .........

t::... 'Wertd.
There wee Stile surprised reaction In MCGMTkizins; the wisdom. prostitution to the laboured (Car timed Government& spends", an
en $.u) When 1 first.
page to florid
sokocur the readers of a of electronic devices taking use union and even in .Irgitimato CfNIIW. pert .f the maws they s.. Apathy

West.Palm Beach daily paper place of file clerks, printers business enterprise*. The headmen buying and. the pUuUrsTh ssga .

.t Its>uMisher's recent predjetloa bookkeepers and the Uke. As gel a cut or lax from the w '
that. his automation pro- each new Instance of the etlmmatton small operators, apart from. the STRICTLY BUSINESS Yitv. McIUnBS radio. lolssrspss. wilt II KM lon. bon.. ned thai Uon day. and then found themselves -*

gyaew WGUI4.soon be extended"fresj ef the human elementfrom business deals they run Iftem* be a.ailaUe si many auiMs ae .HIM fart .that MUJ.... of SH denied an ......tuAlty
,.- .- .. that reel .able tltljons. foil to v4e In to register and In either.
.. ....... .. ey. com the industrial scene' toad selves. They control every II- estate pests aj tee vote
patter' repeals .f wrttns edi com. t. Ads attenUon be hadeditorialised ls>l operation and seen sag l lawn. ,. with perfset safely, Many our eUetions... all tike way from their old or sew piae.. ofAfcwrdlag

to temmenU. but it !. certain stag a boa erfrseaonlng drcting must get. his persjuaiionto ., .... .bugs WIi.wNUea a.wbee. .the I beat to ... fodotai .Uv. .L reeiLleflo-
such rade kisonpe. sail ............. a "nJttoMii disgreee" to Mr. lUlfc. a
that many Individuate that had heroine familiar start a new .. to taris*,
within the newspaper Industry .. him through yearn of .. steal. to held up or to kill. will ar 6* ly sot sJbraf reel I A..a the OMIMIMIO r.agiven *ah. ..i.slnsl. prefMjff..n".1 A nr-
hare given bag. and solemntheatght atelsdltlonsing. Provided these rule are ........ apnla M acs. th.sn.WIiEIS .... foe Ukis faiture at kane povhofM ae much asa .

le_the announcementtoUow t *Tue saarrli of ot..ered the gas>c ter wed fails f WAJI fM "UM-IA tote, apetky.Tfct. ........ ., the whole. sle. .tur..ls

..st tthat. tsosthl. eensevtrsae.. .. W 4ee> .*...,- He IAWVraeet weuid 1variably .. on evil. days will get free ... When. I WM Hi ,........ I SM ......... .. an _Import. .. cUt not lute 'lit the nest
.tesuld the roalUaUon write. Creel seer .**... bail and stviat sonwttylor basal ike... Nsraeae posswuM. set. element. tlwt there le an* |..osnianlialIMIMS. e.eusas..Past. ale-

of svrh ssi seabrtlrms prof ..... *f employment wt3 agog Ms wtfe and family if Ike very' RM. rh alert le iland.. ......... ether faot .. tH. prAlom. Mweft. ..., bins ... .Thal'1.,50ps.M.ausl

erC be opened by these ads gets en tike wrong s*.. W tike bdisi.. e4 Msye'e tn ....... Aifrwl Beth o ale. with. ....... w_.....,
MB>
alerting with tae ...... Nee K i* be ankle IM the January .f te ........ In history informs
te TOUT desk cleaned. owf.Chert .. ...... A few wfllsary ... law and Iks. to suffer for It.
**." n managing. editor dYDtsee4 tesp.rarD n'Mans,. ete.- Aa MifemlUe rise a4 Uk.COM was .......... her ,..... .beard. of Tortaye. ......*. tie/ .* serum. *.... ...*. Mr.
.. rouged I. be. .Intefssl.d. hi .. finds that .do< .. ...... K.nsh.ely S morgls. ) ever ).II'.
..,. .... $.se .W p.swwer Why k had ... boo --.. ?(..., r w rwd.tr wtta CJry s9 eq sai ni .
.... lee Iwo rear ..... rirH.a i.- Uot t and elata few. are MWas. If.... .... 11ndq ...ooe. And
N totorswrs
.. and which eat
_y.Tfce .-.,. Is bare. tsi glee tike auoiort a s.c- ,
.hs of **** rtUMi believes that U fee keepW. ..,u.... t .ntr U.. per and of ail Aanor-
... ..., be oeedr.g 7esh end ttkongrtt turaiaie the eceav tknis atkssr signs w averts
asse.sed'brr .. an Ukrir loran and WWWW..1I as.owtl. fKfctwall alUiMe vans lean Uo aila.T .issue .f voting ace 9MtlMpat. ..
oUkyiMaVWAio4 .. had boon. ao dead ....*- evest
tkeSosooaralMaVs Iare why aught. toe -.s. :xr .. Me Lie ..4a... shave the SJI... aim di....,,7. "In oil .n it. The reewd. ). Is stilt
a* CKartie ca..s. Direr taw words had eat
that gathers leasg'editwlal W.a varied r.... the lint hsrs- a d.wpK tto ... -- aey .d toMgaeiaatlr .atlra ......u,.. said.. .et. IMF h fcs e.te.W. at lad ..... .. .-.... its which
: deaf In IMSsliifc. plat .as..clrpc '..+dly. bnsas.s ,..... saq SeC M jnincsaj A_.(.... Malt. .te fMroawloney Is aa. wvevv4.red .
..... M.. tnetsnce. ISM man. half of
ssnd' end. tk. MMSSIMMS se all teaaee of eeelad .M who
.
drawers far Ok. past 12 h. had eua..al
\ --7 years U** etoitorato Isis.t In u. .
last
wtu edge a yrWlt freawM. 44 ... .... wore dIm tsn
(ear !* yosrs Jks will have assLps'egt0ldW ace whoa he war flat aaWidshe Tad.y the V"r N theUs1N wle
*E that e' +rt wtw/t the Uasd .Moo.*} 'U Ibis m..fim.t. e t f-yeor C..icreatie.af le.io .-
tsV9 law M estta
f orVfieVsTV M .o.rt are ry.t '
f % s s hr. pssbtialne'g.poled .
r ,...,...***. we smrt. sal feelS "ht.y MahrOsd. ........ who ....
'.......... .. ews.. tJfcot. wfll on l.. a.rl.1."t way that IN t..p .......... hi afloat,
...... are.c/kt ktoa asofl. IMS ktodiso was d.eraat.o. agarrl w sse e.aad ___ .. 1M grelnans.I lotos Ov.riMMkt tffiriita aw were iil. mnHmmt to nt rMnsmas In &U find live
4aL5 5 M...1 win he ..,....... M. fort Ms er ether toaUtoUona.W ,....... for MMe sod stole of ;
V Ohoi.. dsvad nsidar s< a erg 13. -I-- he a lghe 5511h..aself elustr' 1b. M nrta .e.a.
.... M very ....nu.t ,. Woeellag eoi omlssas orvoseJton. aft***, iii,. tUik. tatervlewealoodors .
if--I -nMII- M h. d.atMarau .ever .
as r .saleM now .plat
Tlkas avioca .*. to a Asiolt or were victims. ofrsetal ef o*** Uke> -..... psrUoa. -
..mostttMllsat'w. y k wa arver. er .. r.Ilar: art erhfaelifW.el have aa.ytaiaeg .. art aVraettywMSt .
>.ons>.... 1 fosantly have ooonUsat iHscrimiikatJo. that the vacou. puMttr ewroHaJo.n .
Iaeadellw.astsosethw. ..... / art. s
ee.r egstM4 M M eti h.e s hsa 3Mr crHSko cvrtataty per
4
..../... .. I k e' atestos. trig greet am ..alanM.d e tolersstod erysaY.ton.. .
W ties. twkss3tlw.as.Y h.r.a. w irr.ss.aryM atooasasi. darort>v satoofvedSBMe he ...... etbetes' ... ftsT ..... and gTSMips. What ...... .. be
e are greet .
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grsS Ih.ve. ......... ..... .. Dht hyena. on thels.raaetva I ...,. a ..... .. score ssetotOe 1.4'' bed aathrst wMe unwe51 a 17psea.view seme !front trie-
a 1w dd a.aLesCa -n. r. s ......... dsusaalICd AtM f he-it .vved, eet the o-i'eeee. them ..... in 1M weekS director aC MM
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2-B THE :ARCADIAN :Arcadia,:Florida.:'Thursday,.:January 23. 1964



t (p-sf fciforiaI oo':. IaeJa 1_1 face Of Crime would newspapers The reach.to newsprint in the a used mooi single by-U.:238-day S.

I ., ... .
80Omile away.J0fc69
Womeri-5tir-Controversi : y (Continued, from pqel''B; ) spectrum of life. :The mobster People who rent house and :
s between them and the.,men who are hoodlum, from the crest
for all
aparmenU
tuy they
Livermore Rationally.Borneo.atithorBareresponaiJ>lector stirring Headline writer have a the brain of the organizations., in ,places like the -little *" take the gambling city of Las estate company which i* managed -
up controversies' atfectinsr the:iJacffest number<< warped'idea Ii :WS. They guy yap Vegas, > "'I'ETP
with size.able ; Note there I is no,. aentmiantallty .. which are registered. a* open by an underworld syndi .
reached in this
of Individuals ever country a .
I grab dispatches from the wire with "t
these people. There cities where Cos Noatra ,
memI e.ted."I'beae ,
in
the
.section,of bwdness lid industry alaor involved.' people are
-& service or take a scrap from is no reprieve lot one sentenced I hers can ,run racket The or-
Rachel Carson was not widely known when I her the city desk and bat out a to,be murdered and the deeds gnizauon I gathered has also motel and restaurant business In I GJ'I.Ie-> = I ALL,, PURPQSQ<

book on pesticides '.Sil nt Spring" was published, but smash headline. That's ,their of murdering include .strang a pars ,military structure. It the environ of Chicago: They I : BLUALADa:
i pow she has ,reached; the status of being a speaker job that the way they are ,ling, mutilation burning burial I has only accepted new recruits have their cut on this and their INOils O q L
,at national conventions and herlews are debated; ,,'by trained to' think. Jilt .'em hard aliveand other tortures-This i twice in recent year. cut on that.Whatever. ,5otulsmrs. .eoWu t>FonouY15tar ,
t ,health organizations and conservations In favor apd :a and. hit' 'em often. Get..ATTENTION .is what strikes terror into the' The last time wa during a way you look at it. .sJrG1i 4' "' ,. .EveLyJb1nqtttltllt-ottiru/-
f, portion of the chemical industry ,in opposition. **littl*-guy*." The victim simply three year period which began It .is as Robert Kennedy the ... qwt'GI : .
\1 "American Killed In ..Pana.ma" !disappear* and is. never heard 1 In 1954. The initiates, have to attorney general _iet.lOV- fi1:
with
Jessica Mitford :has achieved similar fame Arabs Riot in Palestine". of,again. There were 37 ganged 1 be of Italian parentage' on both ernment within a government *'. Prevents j''"
I her ,tAmerican'ay of Death." and I ill getting an able JBomb Kilts Seven In Venezuela. murders" since, I IKO. according sides. This to be a private. government of, organized + ,. .
assist from ,Ruth llarmer, author of "High Cost of .". "Pope Jostled in Holy to,,the American Department jOt' inflexible rule.appear Still Valachl an crime." tltS, .All. .aitlSITt, AXO*. .! IlST:! g

Land" "M..t.-W Fight .Buddhists Justice and many more have 1 now and old man at the game -
DyingSenator. Mauraine{ Neuberger has/ )long ,been ,a fa.mJUar in- India". "Church taken ,place but cannot 'be 1 said at the Senate hearing that
figure in the national> political scene, ,but takes Bombed in Alabama". "Blacks traced and are known only to' there i* continual: friction I
: with her Putchcr White, ,In Africu". the Mafia bosses. The close knit: between the American-born I I
,over a new role which is expanding her: image
book "Smoke Screen." It's-all inrfhe day's work..It'. organization of the :Mafia or members of the Goes Nostra t +
medical.authorities aU in-the NEWS. Syndicate and it*stringent discipline and what he called "grease- -
This controversy.between sup
porting the senator and the tobacco industry in opposition : The words Hate Ignorance successive has' made American it impossiblefor governments l balls", the Immigrant from f I 1
Italy, where ,of the
Intolerance, seldom make course i
will ;reach its
is beginning roll and height to
just come: to grips withorearbed JUana i Ia also thriving .
but these organ
the headlines
after the forthcoming report on the effects of cigarette are the.. forces .,that make crime. ization and where the whole t -- -

smoking soon to be Issued by a national official the news that cause the ,kill- What can YOU ,do with an idea originated The code of

.group. jugs and sorrowful gttennaths... organization ,that ,manages :to operations of the Mafia are' :
Mere man had done virtually nothing,,on the pesticide students ,organize: the allotment of cells' indeed rooted in 18th century 'I ,
A
few impetuous In
\ problem, had made little progress In' attack,on cigarettes Panamafly a flag in drfiance: to prisoners ,in a state jail :in Sicily, the executions, the initiation ; .

as a cause ,of lung ,cancer ,and ,nothing! on the pf law y4p Ignorant! .whit* manassaults ', the| same "'!'IAY-.,.. a hotel reception ceremonies the dues I I 'f'
clerk, allots rooms' This, which must be and .
funeral situation. a Negro' ,'fn ,defiancepf paid even I if' .
: I .
r (These ,forceful women are way out in .front..in law A .ovPrnor. stands at adoor eqovfte was .able to direct the murders by mutilation .;;
from .his cell in a Federal which are the hand work ofsavsges. t ,
these campaigns which directly or ,indirectly affect in defiance of law A je- ..Penitentiary ; s
and
continue also .
every,person in the United States ,and can Ihave an adverse iigiou*.fanatic; .lead a riot...Aodso ihls.buainen- crime outside-. Who are the people on whom J i I r
of business.. it goes.
effect on certain types t
In today' gang warfare that ,the Coat Nostra prey in
of,equal importance dragging The sins! of the fathers. are ,
There are more problem 1
,plague Brooklyn..- New ;York' America? They are innumerable ;
; along and with these! precedents It. may be that visited upon the children even for the past two years, thela"C.te. small merchants shopkeepers II :
,to ,the ,third and ,fourth .
tackle) them. gen
will .
other women : are not the old lags public house owners
,"Never underestimate the .power of ,a .woman" Is eration. like ,Valachl but a new 'race drug addicts prostitutes." Theyare
i such an over used expression that it is outworn the Back of the tragic headlines ,of mobster in their 3Oa and the obvious sources of rev. '

power of women individually and as a group, being,,,late, Ignorance: and.Intoler. 30'.. Rival factions.. of.the Oallos enue. ,Many American would
taken for granted. "*,*Ac* prgw.lhe.pctaons.n{ men's ,and Protects ,have been ,engaged be surprised if you told them ,I
${ But if it everneeded justification( \these four worn- ,muds that. caus*.human beings in a death struggle to'win that they themselves, without I
,. to go berserk and justify their -
of Its truth. Brooklyn a. their ,undisputed knowing it, add each day to the j- ", -
en are convincing proof to play Cod. I'
pttempts! territory Aatrpoomkal sums of Immense income pf the under

1.,lhrr. rwprld .is,"mad* MP) pf arkty ,money are involved, the resist world. A man playing a jukebox
.' of men and religion of tAre various racket Like the In a sm ll c.fepr: one who
.1 "Paaama r Editorial &ome,are whit*,:Home... black shy.locking lending of moneyat : put money on a horse through :_r t
i am* are red corns are yellow, Interest. rates of up to 2O an illegal bookmaker or the 1 1M
I but, all are human beings and per cent a week to. desperate handful of dollars given to a
Ca aI Commentary all seek,the sam blessings. people in ,financial. straits. hotel porter producing a

? ,Com bewito one God some All the top crime boss** In female "companion" for a visiting .
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(ConUnued from page 1-D ,to ,another .but'.alf: know, the America today are men over bualneuman. I
to what.* Q''ha v* b****! :*chlev*
; Many i ', tmerlc4n IIerttilts'i roundafpejplta pin*** and *U understand ,the apprenticeship which .ensures ,"..".,,-fIII' -,...e..--_.'

attempting. now for \ : modern com 1o"e'of children, the joy \of continuity ,unless the cancer 11
years ...:., .the (Internationalization fRuhJc Uopa aiWi active. party ,_uy., th:* bls>> ing of peace. can ,be ,stamped put by' .the I .f=AMILYPLEASER1 I I

of the .vitalPanama Canal I '6r>,[enlzstfons 'which quickly the; mothers ::'of ,mankind ,federal authorities.It I f

'*'''t h t1 I a internationalization make dtittUaawari of the leJ1aute..U11 havethe ,14IDe dove lor I thir was quite by accident that : I : TaKe jitd .aai .t
wiuld eke! the Canal from the J, : offsprings b* they whit*. black ,1 took any interest at all in this ." ._ 'JUe 'i.
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United and It Into led or yellow, God'creates all question Of organized crime I 45
the hand States of the United put Nations y.ar residence In the state, one ,,mankind equal but human' :while In the United States. One .0ueats. tool.. ,I : ,yoiwr .... i' : ;t
whrlnw\ ,ar. snort \demands two-year and 12 call heart succumb to "the evil ,In- could almost call it a fascination :I

and more becoming: i. .prohouncd -, for six. (ID1 )latN. County' and ,"'u.hal 'task, ,intolerance for what'appeated to be a. Bright tasting( ,but not i 1; to -: e" .ti f St tYes. ..
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minority.tin tact Cu11bo precinct requiremenU often are -and Igaoranc .ener.... ,Par- 'grotesque and unreal a* th* I ,: would hav a*mum,to sayiabout'the ,cot* 'nurse.ths* nnotion and world ,of fiction.. My ,introduction 1 on*,,that tvtrybodv like*- !I. ;. Reddy says you save valuable time, and '
,:management of,,the,.Just aa unreasonable.. '"' In' ItiUad ,"pas.-them.on.to their childrtn.Th to this modern semi side I kid. ,and crown- *,.too.If J energy every ,day when, with the .flip of a switch. r :

Canal.at lout in th* ,O.n.rlAasembty lphU. where our ,conatltuUoj white must hat the of American life can through I far 'sad.away the ,I electricity goes to work for you .-. milking ,cows. ..
as we 'would and'Khruabch. a wai .born, for instance: black.. Th Hindu must ,hate a youn*newspaper man called favorite! grinding feed, pumping water doing any of dozens rr
.. with- his 3 ,voles t. India.. other.cities you.can lose .th* BuddhUt. the ,Protestant Jack Blum who b 1 now claw I I ;' 'of other.chorea on.the/arm.*' t ?"
and'tun* aat.Ulta would have I your,t,votes merely by moving ,mutt bate the Cath Uc. Th student at Columbia UniversityJute 1 : ( .
,.aero**the street a new pre-' C .Beddy works for low .. and with his
twelvtiro** as much. Array** tto Mouth ,must ,bate tb* North. a young' crusader, started wages help., .4 'i
.eeI.wlth' him ,would-* Sokarno ,cioct a month or so before The'Jew* must bate,the Arab 'a suburban newspaper in New .; t. youtl ,lighten ,farming ,chores, improve production. .p ; .
This *
,**.*..,. Nkrumah. Bn. election day. situation to This color must hat that col- York but he did not last long.' #1 .. .and increase profit.. Call on him more often I
fyPlJa>> and many :othr 'salt. 'nur I.J"1ncS. ,is, a national scandal r. This aatlon must hat that BURNED OUT "I. 1I -...
vAmsarican. "' tavern. XJUl ,Zianul-l .'...Uon.. Ills crusading brought hint to I 1I
> Mr. Balk also points the finCr I the active attention of hi rivalsIn .
tar ,With ioO.. oo people ,would I
;alsoj.hav .*s ,much ,to, **y ,in at ,bor e-ar>d-bu' ..yreeiatralkm god Babes In their born with heart th*with,lov.noknowledge of ..busln* ,and .tb* hoodlums I aaAST I 7' e7
;the (J* .,.1 .Assembly of' the proceduc which. that they ,employed ,to Irub" Jack ruar at ,. _
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of the poison
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United Nation as ,we would may have mad some have entered the of out of the newspaper busines.In .. Dluisaa :S Ir I .'
scout", ,the Canal. When 'om' long ,ago but do not now. Byway hearts less than two year* theyocc..fulty '"
II ,of example, ,moat states adults Ais taught. the acme r III FLORIDA I POWER & ''
writ** this it sounds unreal, kvll that ,brought wars, death did, *o by bornlng I ,LIGHT COMPANYHtLftNU
but when a future erUia loom restrict. recl.traU"n.a central tothrit elder.hit newspaper at Jhe.DrW8 I 1
and destruction SUILOLORIDA
't .th.baslet.gal% l structure uld office In each county at stands, hiring away his staff and ...r '!-...1 -
,com..to tb* surface ,ao4 wet designated hours and most ,for nearly 2.000 yearspreachers doting almost everything but

t .would llnd ourselves powerless close the roll from a month' to bare Instructed their throwing acid labia face to.get .. ,,..-, ,
nine ,months In advance of congregations Informing them :
to move OW'ahiparQu.hI' him out ,of business. Finally
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the election tone before Interest that Ood Is Uov.." The sm '' dP
.waterway we.hay*,built and Jack had to cave in and closedown :
In campaign has reached story in a variety of forms .
Tina i)cod.H p the nwsppr! Like a
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Its ..k. have Wen advanced: by follower .
typical American he enlisted In
: r* ..again the .convictedhaatt .
The moral would aeetn to be of other belief but, still Columbia University Law JEnjoy ;
.of AUer. lllsa show itself TVeyeji r
that steeped-up rampalsns Ulimlnate mankind does not heed School for .. he said to i
HIM. has b..n a |lond-tlme.,. me. .OJPI..
advocate of' InternatkmalUa yOt.b7.nd. disinterest .,Isn't It time that we reallt "the only way to fight. that .
'lion of. the Canal. When the 'us needed but. that God waves no flag, endorse sort of thing Is I to know your
United Nation. ws formed along with them, there must be no creed" draws no color: rights and the only way to .0') I.
,IUM...&head of ."'- important ,'determined movement to bring line but seeks only to five His .know/ your rights .is to know .in i rilliant true: to 1t
Political Affair Division o* &I.r.Uun'and election laws blessing to all mankind and .faas the law. Jack 1* now managing 1

{tb* State Department, lifted. ""n"line, with the ages we Jaw much COIK"e'D"Ub one editor of the Columbia Law ,
the Canal Zone as "occupied In. As of now in too rnaayraces individual as another How School news. -. ... .. -.... ,
,terrl tor7" and thus trial to they belong to an *.. much longer must we defy Ills .Ill. picture and that of,,other @) / }
glv the Trusteeship DtvUiun'of which I. forever gone, will and follow the agonising whom I have met on this question @ [b@OO
a the United Nations Jurl- man made Idols that each day of organized crime In the _. i k Y ;
diction over It. Th ''Communist W isseerWrtl.r.laa...1M a.;, brings this world nearer to total United State I* an almost unbelievable -
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are: now prelt for n*- j!. ( I destruction" ? and self containedThomas ,
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under. the Republic of Panama. ""' '''I The most important part of
What they really want la In*
teroatlonatisatian. unless, olcourse '" ..M- i... u..L KN"Otfh. any major purchase you "
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make I.e'e aauw.t1e. a Orlr rata. sftserr ,-r, professionaltype
they more pre
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areas than they: tiav e Jn .mitt. I jsar surface ekfca O S '
tratlng the Panamanian, .gov| a fulfill your n.eds.At Don-
eminent j r aiBVlUvcafcss. Q aldsons we have a.combined 1
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,W. nce1umn ,of th* Sevletet-. .... In TV radio and ,Z cU
.....'.to'troI: UM waterway tot.u. .. .. ;:. "n 1 stereo ,service. Make it a
: ; .. world XVUwric : ..haweftft $1111'Sc. point to call on us any time -.
dlplomaUc gambits In COLD Jonathan Jackson I of day or night. 1
:;$ues! ? In Yemen, in Oman at) -i'
L' c .round SUtfapMr in Algeria, .. J.a''rairt.. r..toss ilea: orbs-oil. .((1824-1863)) 'I In our show, room Is a wonderful ,
*and now In aanatbuNew; we ... ura.o4 .fesueg. sus eo coWe.ITA.MACX" selection of color .e i
r.eel .their move aKaiiuranatrya the cn.a aesloeofond and black and white console ADS -- .

Cn.U .And ,we 'have c."' '' taardi.ats. & ndares II* was known a* th. greatest ...neraand: one of thebest and ,portable TV 'sets 'TIia.' ,
VWH area had 'an 'Ambassador ; ,.". ... useless ce.IoMk wrist.Us officers who fought under G.wwra1'Robcrt.E..Lee for ;your inspection. See =
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\a'lb.Ia vital spot.alne AU4'Uet.' as a sees.lea saes arose.ae. so in the War Between the State At Manas. hU Dick or CJ. soon. JI
As we have aid often bolo .: I ..... katk...Wi STANBACK.'I ***. men / ,.."..,. : 1.. tI
:-no wonder lCeing" faced what ,seemed to be overwhelming forces, but 2'Y
we .are .
I Jackson and J\U men stood their ground firmly. -nw.... v 61'rrM4raefgAtt l5181g.nso l

r stands Jackson like a stone wall General' Barnard I.. '
':WORRIED? NERVOUS Boo called out. II* was always, .Known "Stonewall- DonaUspnRadio t V ,
p.el.ii.
1 Jackson after that lit briad* was called "Sdonewall'sBrigade. It

:fro r.c Lw.7 .** After Jackson's.traffic death In 1WS .wh.n.b* s '" '-
: was accidentally' shot by one of his own ....n. General ....,3
AI.r .MA ewhe.aa reMut !... could not find a man td fill'':hi&* peeps adequately. t..aouoattT eesus.-- AWII Less.ps....

I t It disci.wa5atr's wsdf I a. General lire. declared: that he had. lost. his richt arm 7 'l-ii "ks := lTa I 'J
...: t ......s when. Jackson died..D.SOt : : ,5: '.

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AUCADtAN Arcadfif! ( Florida. T1iur ATay'. January; '23.: 1 8.4 1 n1

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as a patient In the Arcadia

air Readers Say Goodbye Charlie In Space For Profit Brown jlle ftews General speedy Hospital.recovery We; wish, hera A WHO TO CALL

(Continued from pap 1-B) (Continued from page 1-B) Continued from page 1-B : ; Mrs Myrtle Hitch underwent
In the field of higher against the inevitable encroachment There are millions of them. surgery at the Arcadia General
sine tha -..iBucjcman of technology" be might Some are great distances: a- MRS. W. W PIIITCHETT A J>ltt.hday dinner was given' on Monday.: She Is reported to R Y
the L. 1.. Newbcrry home DgjEC T.D
_.of 1tc)5.. ruminate falling back Into;b1s way. '1'1le .apparently have no Mrs. Sam Murphy and son, Sunday at in honor of Mrs L. L. be doing fine. Hope she will ,
Still another advancement In pattern. on back: beginning and no ending. I Stanford, spent a few days In Chuc- continue to do so.
jet and grandson :
field of. higher ..education. even believe. that these stars Clermont 'visiting with her son Newberry and Mr. Bob Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Longof .:

made by the Legislature And herein lies Charles vulncnbllity so-culled. *r portions of galaxies Mr. Paul Murphy and family Davis kleblt.Ampton:. Who was unable to attend Cleveland were Sunday dinner OF DeSOTO COUNTY

11m tt es 'bluthedvaiatutory. to. unemployment. will be speculated in by and her daughter Mrs Marl brcuuM of Illness :\lel1u \- guests in the Eugene Ritch
JutJJorttytoe th.Florida In- Many Charles have abdicatedthe real estate .agents all over the Walker and family home
f the family were present.
liltute for Continuing Univer- editorial writer's funda- world. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kalntes bet JMrs. Norval Bargr vtsitctl Mr. Ed Segers, a long time SALES and SERVICE
Studies: {This act establish- mental role resident of our community
tI as fair commentators GALAXIES VERSUS and daughter of Arcadia were M..1... L. Newberry Sunday
l uidelln.whleh will injure on the passing seen and Sunday dinner guests of the tossed! away on Friday lie
t this program will comple have permitted) themselves to FOOTBALLThe W. W. Pritchett family .ft.dllk( suffered a heart attack. We

t rather\than duplicate become: automatic: reactors, preset universities are numbering Mr. and Mrs 1.. 1". Prltchett Mrtei Myrtle Hitch and Carla were very sorry to hear this. Advertising Farm Equipment
[retrains new availabl. througis responders to situations. the galaxies and listing of Arcadia visited the W. W. Tbd le \Uited. Mrs. Laura Our sympathy goes out to his

now Available thru For the sake of convenience: them'on maps. The day Is coming Pritchett family Sunday at- Bret and Helen Tuesday relatives.\ N.__. a.dallN. .iN...... ...... Tw.b .ad H.eruM. .
b our University system. political interest or other considerations when real estate .aenta"ln ternoon. night. Mrs. L, I* Newberry spent waI. aisd.r ..04.. T_ ...._. ... INTISNATIONAI... M.C.-.MM-T_ ... P..1.
The year Just ''ended found .. Charlie and other ,this country will be selling Mrs. Cynthia Dove Is reported Bob n'l"rastrona' of Miami the day with Mrs. Rachel .r.fee: w_r. 0." s.-.. ...- ,...-..... N..M.. 1 ..,5ti .......
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__ Ida', eonseryaUen efforts future desk cleaners-out have one of these stars or certain to be ill. The commun- was a visitor in the Hilton Hampton in Arcadia this week WAlim* a.Ps...5d...h...wK_...CS.eN.1...... ,.LNd.MN. e.-. .
oth accelerating and uniting allowed preconceived ideas to parts to people as a specula ity wishes her a speedy recov- Roberts home Sunday. I-.. C %'-.0.5 51..M.
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the leadership of theN become so firmly imbedded ,Uon. It- will be possible to buy Mr* and Mrs. James Kd- --- Conditioning Paw .

, Board of Conservatiod.Tbis that critical: evaluation and Star No. 1290. for Instance, in ery.Mr.. Sam Ash and Mr. Wayne wards and children of I
*trngtafilng unity-, has .analysis: has been abandgo.d.Variation Galaxy> K. which a person can Sanborn of Arcadia spent dia were Sunday guests PAINFUL COR| St

e.lted'in a number of jstatLtrs of response has hold and then sell to someone Sunday fishing at Lake Okee- Junior Williams family Arca-I I AMAZING LIQUID SINISAL. ItlCTHIC. -SMOT Al Ga.dm.s..5M Stores "weCOM.LITI

designed to.?insure more been eliminated from their in-. else at a profit. The price, of chobee. Carla Tisdale. spent I RELIEVES PAIN AS ___ M.N.-eww*Mra.N*rw ton..len fc w.A..di..5 o.sees. .\
fudJcfous use of our natunul.re- ,ltellectual: processes: for practical course, would be very cheap Others fishing there were night with Mrs. Jack Davis. I I IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY ., ....... 'WAMmt S-/1SI.

ouree. Among the more ,unit reasons. vPredictavble reac- and speculation ,therein wouldbe Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis andMr. Jurlie Finnemore spent Sat Nov ..- ...- M.5 ..w. ass SS- .-.....New-,SSP.s wM.ea 55.51.. As e
of these is-. the water tions to given sets of circumstances very interesting. All .this and Mrs. David Misell and urday night and Sunday visitIng awl. twsaaS. t_... ...' i. '.. M..4sSw.e $5v.. '
aDd controls act which I U.- .-I.2 ./w.ow.l,. ...... ;:.. ... N1... WAMwe (:..w-:
have CharUe'svalue Tttlale.. 55.
t : placed means that young people should daughter Lorri.Mrs. with Carla : I ..,. U.. .w dwlw taw." .-., M ...ea. Awningssetieru ,
La authority for the crea- on a par with a bank of give more study -to space and \. Lovl Dove and daughter 'Jlmmie Finnemore visited i .',' e.1. r--.U""". __
lea of local water control dis- memory tapes and so the logical to the celestial bodies which Mrs. Jimmie Hicks of Miami .Mrf end Mrs. John Carico of I I 105 "MOM fUSMISMIMCS tttff fr
ys h. and the constitutional reasons Predictable ,reac- beginning Mrs. Arcadia Sunday. They enjoyed Al-else .. saisaiso.Noes. a..M. ../.... A..ds.. saly M....
. apparently have and daughter-in-law. --:-- ''t"----- .-.d w -.... .1..r. -
ent .;adopted ,In Nottem'bqr The whichis In Okeechobrv I .. .,- 1..Y .y. ..., a h.. A. .......
happen. frog-eye and no ending. 'John Dove of Sebrlng visited the day fishing ...N Nr -- w ...... 1 W..kMi1' /sMS/wN.
.to*,tbe long rang pro- also a bank: of memory tapes, So much .for my- Idea on .in the Sam Ash home Satur- They reported a good catch ofspecks. you CAIST( GET a. _. ......'. ....
grftnt 11l purcbastng'and' devel- offers the publisher everything future real estate transactions.But day morning.Mrs. : I' =/ -waMW-. foe" .Yr- 0.. '-1

iping- multipurpose! public that he has bn receiving from -what would my readers Norval Dargrr and Mrs. Mr. and. Mrs. I.. I). Mathews I RELIEF: FROM Proscriptions ,,,1

5541 St ededN for flood control Charlie with the advantagesthat have said if. say sixty years Art St. John called on Mrs. .and eon Teddie of Uradcntou I PAIN Gaf

ns ration land recreational .the electronic replacement ago had forecast the excitement : Myrtle Hitch Sunday after visited the James Tisdale. family HEADACHE Bottled ACCWSATILY -.w.w.d.. .......
.a tar requires no coffee breaks will over football between noon. on'Sunday. I FASf rslMf : w- ..d S_ sP..
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f STANIACK ghns> you =. 0.., _. Iss.i s w.. o.ais.
Our unified state effort alsobrought work 24 hours day will expect universities, which .exists' today Mrs. Smith had Mr.. Ernest Drown of Frost
Glen a plea. from paint .f .hssdscM.. Mura'' t.. CHUM'S. run A. s./1..I _. M*. .!. .55we WAMWlie. ).
the firstnUWgn.dollarscoostt'urtkwL no .Christmas bonus Or ? Readers would have,sent surprise this week when proofs formerly of this community .neuritis and. .mww" pails of arthrilH.lAsumsUifll ...-. ..**<.. tMto aiM b. tjt. money; for the vacation and It does- Let me now Mrs. Alma was here Saturday He B. ... SlANBACK .Mvrf. < -' NfW :* as. .a-
summer thought me crazy. a school mate '' C S .: !>*>... S. c.. ..-..
all /important rCros. ..Floridat" ,n't drop cigar ashes on the forecast that our universities Mooney of Ft. Myers' ram to also visited his sister Mrs. contains sewn l me.- tOtt Printing
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'Cartal.:Ar>loan from the city room floor.Goodbye will be getting just as competitive spend a Yew days with her. Halu* Montgomery who was M 1 bull prtKiiUd iniitif..ntt lor fnttslitl. W.,. 0.5. .. : 1555. WA S-4* l,
internal Improvement Fundmade Charlie. Your smiling and stars. the Arcadia Central I ,, Ten can Uk. STANSACK with
.over galaxies .1... Smith and Mrs. Mooneyhad patient at .
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possible a study of the face will be missed around not seen each other In 4erears. Hospital.
f visibility of.linking ithis project ,the water .cooler: but before W* are glad to- report Mrs.I avanaaCwaaMMl $-Ii .... ... t* + *f ... .. ...,MReadyMixed

with then. cps tKcnnodyires. you go-on* correction: in your R. Trains. Mr. and Mr*. Jack New- Montgomery Is now at her M" 1 1 COMPUTE IMf .! .kwa./q sass./.
.. Jones berry and children: carried home In Arcadia.: s.aUMr..45wa..r.e .5d ....-.. c..... .__ Sees
Steps ware Initiated( Curing ,eaves-drooped i M phis"SitcRaymOlt'd Mrs. L. L. New berry to Sarasqgi Mrs. Nersia. Johnson and .t ea WA.Naasl.155 a..N1 M..N.. A_ ...... : Concrete

tha past year:.t.. organize the defenseUss/1" ran your phrase. At orb, Saturday$ to visit her Jinny visited with 1 Mildred

necessary governmental machln CORRECTION: You had a brother. Mr Dob Davis, who T........ Wednesday night. ..A..M.... COMCSITf C.......
ry for the building of splendid effective defense >',;\ Jone j aviationmachinist's was a patient In the Sarasota Mrs. Duria Cross who livedIn Dolomite :=: .twNM... -!...1..5.,: sob lies

tb"mising; !.link** waterwayfrom which you' failed to use. You mat second class, IIMpltal. our community fur w while. Ion 23.691 BStf M.1...:.A.1.. Vass. ,TAM.. ---....
St. 4arks |o :l'ppgnPiI could have simply been ..n cditorial USN. son of Mrs. Belle Henryof -
$ cs with. ,. .. tie-in to,',the .WTiter.1n the traditional Arcadia. Fla.. la attending -- Poe riSTIyL.I.r1a1 5 ..... .....,...... Roofing005IN5
'' Aviation Machinist's Mat N.', : :=-=. i1.: :WA: =
Cross Florida-Canal. TAe rout- sense You could have seized '__5 .
water- School at the Naval Air Technical .-.... .* WAliM. S-SCSI.Drugs ...- ____ M.:::
intracoastal
tog of the upon topical issues, and examined -.' t titovf >M-_ .. w. AbA.
Mengphis SEBRING
tray through ;Venice- also .was them carefully in their Training Center : fti.n. WAlNwf S JIIAA.
settled. relation to your community's Tenn. J P

It,top.w..a,th-year.In which weU-being. You could have introduced The nine-week course which I
Ih* Southwest Florida ,Water provocative: argument started Dec. 9. Includes: Instruction TV Solos .& Service

Nf n ceme*>....txtrict.-.assuzadInalnsenanet logical debate into aU Issues in reciprocating power COMttlTt ... .! *.... I.......l lTJsJ .!.
developroatr and : plants and line.. operations, -.. '-'" ......... ._...- SONALS40N. .1 H..'...."... ...
aa4E of public Importance .... ...... ,- .5. Aar5.l. T.v'. w os.a ..d
4>onsl UiUea of'flood.control against a' background of current familiarization.of Intermediate, NAM., : ? WIN.d =,, Ai. 11..wMasa.ess.

aft<* conservation= structures Interests. You could haven major and special' Inspections r 5s.. ... Mr... -.w..:= -;:;: r

within th."eral.dver basins effect: ,.applied the full pow and power plant acceuod- .' _...._ ,i !U _. t
Jones entered the Navy In Exterminators ........
comprising' that district.Tfow knowledgeable human "
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.?tStt4"" offersFlorida ppportuniUcruaenusOled mind to all. a.pectaOr'cn.n.: : .. .July cy C..SMI.t ....Missy ...... aTransn's'
in times V.. II ... ... ..
and proposed change aa they = "!" .J" h.
a tip to vacationists: Ti./cal 5,51511/ oN'a.o'- S. ..
pss/4 It .lib.nalleMg s-the pea affected your' environs. PUn trip with great car 1..r. S... I..w.e awd ::;
your ..
,, A..M.boas. INM WAr
of I Florida tor.aceept the the -
pie Your defense was prop-
and then drive the same way. a eda..a.: :
itsponslblliti .f' properly ''et fulfillment of the require- There Is no tomorrow1 for the .I- )
utilizing these.Al pportunltlour -. ments of your profession, but Is bad driver ---- -,
fellow who a
statistics show that Florida Pests ....._ .....
tooted.Frogeyed
you today.'wts. Electric AppliancesMMISAk
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Is among the fastest grow- computers will :== .*eMO.5.sw

|Jec state m'
industries artf+meving in and .edit rJ.aUta. Sbrwks .... -- \lCT.1e AHeoIie .......

established. industries' are expkoding Goodbye Charlie. ...**.... S.ejwev 19 wed ..... ......... h; :Trnais.rk. '
. UMS.*ral..-.f thigh*! But rpry-c PS-. w...... S...... ... '

5 duration and for prevsdlnj I; .The 223.0OO tons of steel wireused PLYMOUTH Of11ce. w.i.at.y y...1 ...YIC.-. .
and developing' muttipurpoM to make bed springs In 1teb-EeHeresrPan! : Suppliers ..,, .:..=
_-. t r :"'" _
public. lands are.before us.vOurs the United States last year / d-..... hhe w .w.o..M.s ....
is "reaponsibil-- would go around the earth 84 'f acesw1M ......- ea. '** ALt ,..,. emu 'u l/n :.w. .M..d. ,..e 1 =
now hint *. skrialL ...... I Ip.w. ... '".... lw.sa.a w..e ,
tr to. develop these Btiportunl- times In the orbits used by the ...w.&ac. ..4 M **... SateeltM.tsurety. .... ,..... ,ta.e- w._ ...,.... n rgws i1.M.w.KS ii
ties Into genuine' progr. *** ,and astronauts. '. la CAM after...M..WM. ..1 T
growth for Florida. ...1ly W.fM.1s pea Safest sed.tla. FORD <<: ..
BEATS
:Too often we loak. poa Increases fill Cracks And ...(.s..sska/,. -..)-N.a...-isss...-.$..set.. I ,

in numbers of newof :=.. oat/aS.ran wad. := .

pespl. new industries. el, : ,taIS.s la. Ra.. TIle..PILS. ka..... M. a _I.
,.,a yvdi.wl I I
new Jobs and of nw, cars.ai Hotes Better I.C_Mk_ (5lsDva.e 1sit...

> * True..thes* thlngstwiU hap- .lbnthW.. ptlF..dim.g slat h.wat..Tbi..ktlaaoawed.sbi.Ia s:.nafeV N ..net 1.N.so 4

pen' ; but..l progress requires WOOD11w amid rr.".... ... -A' all.eels
ful planning so that increasing ,PLASTIC I -....... COMING

P'&bUc'JMeda can be satisfied in t 116DIIbI-****Ns *...".. f } EENflSCompiled
tsl ch 'more. It requires" care. ., .

suds a way that all persons canratoy.a OF 19I by the fJeSola
tleheraif..4It requires County"I.
understanding and a respect .Brooklyn Mon oJCUA'IUEn

for'ith' 'rt fcgtapodns* or couucnce .. .
ausMrical incteases If we will -

b &t..seta\nthr IrSSpooslbiIIUn Likes First Federal Showroom Plymouth win rests of ,Acceleration/: ; <
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which the' opp.rWattYa "
accompany: I THU" DAY. JANUAHV tJS. -
th4 are now ours. / Eco .. .
Braking
Handling a. 1 my.hi"9s
. .Kith Irlnrtnsi* rends I respect "....,. L.J". "r H.., UO I* 49 s>..... Library .wil4ide'Mlwasie

.fc*>the> rUhi* and prop- Prompt service efficient and courteous *! .ffor." ClMTMri ... t.M P.M.. D...<* fltanr..l
buy a car
srtr at o\Mn..h'requires that ervke U paramount in the thought( "f J *you .. Clw, 700; ".*.*... We******* Clvk M.".. --

rich of us accept and discharge every with First Federal! also least .end carries the only'Syear50,000mile'arranty tse C.G.t L..**.. 7IO! S..... Central .,..Tr...'..eer .
person connected Plymouths costs
war moral and'" civic obligations. Odd I. "we LN,4. '..,,0 ",.... /ri.,.... Te..... sAMseacika
.t the beatlaC.auria.MliU**. .In Arcadia. : : 41'....,....... Kit s>.... C"'''
jJT ean. m Raid; have true ..*..'* eenUAlley /<. (Mer........ Leaewe), Sall| P.M.. ..........L* t
>.ro.n.a and growth as well as *, a. .' '. .
tito, This .b given to everyone to the .amaJI .j r \
. aver and large -and 'to the home fork and .

Tiy3L.i13A3tS to the persons whit* .Secretary of SUM make withdrawals by .aiO.; I It .is our.pUaswrw OFFICIAL RESULTS ",MOfIJc: 14*, rtVMdutW i.4'**""':'' miOAV JANUAMV Jot

Building to do" thi*. But \I. ,.naturally please ua to tsia. .oeo '' Inao.i: .
_ :p' = *. Fla have our friends say no. **** ** '1- -, C 1 yQ"i': : : : IaeeJMs.s.o.essi "......,L..ry ......,. hM N 5131 P.M.. L... .'7 ..lldlae _

esowwv' raiwa SMM04XV tlO* Y..." A..."ni... tip: s...MA.M'M. vewsa c......

lit IMfe"U. 8L eow averaged uw ,IMOVTN . . .tv,5.lra.4yN lltte.StVS0JtM. .. e.00 ...M, M. ease Te551SATUNOAY. .
1,3* ..oLmll'fl.ti I ".MOUIIt."M M. .1115.o.o :: :: ::::::::ipK.o.0 .... ..
We hear it every.: : and It b .aUo ntea* .Gdraoigl..11dlM.. cidv.Oltt .- ....14...
cisse0Lf1
Ae ait7 pc nds eore Than ::: .:: : :::. ..try a.: ,
+ '-=: letter from ttrookJjrn, S. V. ... ... .U54.r1. roe .
tts.Ir produaod Inr to get a IMO/0 Inar1KOaa0 .' .
greidlaothets ,
lut,1S. which sale: ., '- A- .* +lv'SUN" .S-4IIMU _... SdAM .......ltr M. JANUANV ft .
iere etvapnie. ._......IU'-" "'..ou1M .. .able..... ........' ./Leo,.,. ?
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e111db;.lattlsl:Lexaottsrat p.let 51e tka.k .- rr yeer eeryWressN'seeeea. 1 vewM .......... 7.. I.M.. Y1oIs Ceeler
a A1., [ ..astpolrtAt.13 .. e* dee a wekM "t _:- eaAafsaa. seat a.- t..Yi 1 Twssee c...... ,... ".*! WM .. > C/.a/ ..._ T
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1 Is th* oar *f r-r to prepare to avak ImU ra..M..L .
I This.............. > the IIounte.It" *M a .*. ...**. Mel. I /d .Pro./ .......... ti. _aew c- c.-6o .,.... ...... 555 ..aPsV.ease ..a r/ k"f '.
a ........ put en a ateW wt ..*...C These ...- .. iwsr..1 1e.r ... ..1.e+. e.1 ..... ... sew Mod Vd.=ea-1 ......... adds'wed .
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s--, Federal M seen If yew rwr.Or .&s .-......amid .rd. 1./a./. Ta..sa51. ewe .S 0 e ..AerdL.s. .46.
JMIIanuM'! Mesasr peasant, sn.r1LaMO 15 h pon.bL. M avast' I ...... Twrssl Cost, f.CO>> 5,51. f.Ib.ry. ler.ill.e 14Lad.
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!B. .JTIIE ARCADIAN, Arcadia: Florida Thursday( January 23, 1964 .__ __ ;,:,,::,.. ,"t 1
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: -- -- .. ; ').. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ", '
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r, HEINZ .- 1 MAXWELL
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look.for the UBlu.Ribbon i ro '1 A
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you YOUR CHOICE LIMIT ONE
..._. your IGA...this ribbon/w..kr .Th.your ..."',," or MORE ORDER
1." brightfa .vnIngs bi99er .aw tw21ffm
daring thil .lin9"
.: H.inz Blu. Ribbon S.I.I

','1 I.G.A. OVEN FRESHHAMBURGER I i i NEIN2- H E I N Z Grapefruit DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE Drink 46 can-oz. 3_*1

!: BUNS ___- U t TABLE,KINSOrange 46-0z., 59t 'ci.
Juice can'
." 2.1c Tomato
i., : P.k TABLE KINGGrapefruit .

.t'.,v Sale I Days : Ketchup ..Juicez.. --..f 39,

I '. TABLE KING till, .
:1"" an. 23-24-25 VEGETABLES. wr la-oz. Listerine s*'
.69
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TOMATO a size
t .. CUT BEANS-FRENCH BEANS K CHUP or '19 C ANTISEPTIC --....
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:f'' HEINZ I SWEET* CORN-CREAM or ''We'K. 12 0%. -
,1 SPINACH' -SWEET PEASe 1 Z. hot -" '
t Prell Sh 11 69'Fruit ,
j; ., ampoo flj. '
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j '.. Tomato or C n* 10 T ,
i- ::. MORTON '


....,,,.. VegetableSOUP ,- FROZEN TABLE KING :.-.: APPLE PEACH I Pies- 388Pot .c '

Cut Corn .5 ,Oe, 78'' :r CHERRY
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I r? .'*t'. 'I Green Peas 5 io oa 88 c TABLE KING .t :
IKHAATO PiesOrange BEEF, CHICKEN, 6sos:8S':
I : T.n Asparagus 2 ,,0. 78c I and TURKEY .
1.9c' ,
2. FRQZ
C.nl French Fries 8 9.,. 8Sc ooS Juice 'I.GA. 4 6oz. 98cBroc'li
1'v 1
i Spears 5 88 TRADE
to. 48 1
Breaded Shrimp WINDS 10 ex.If' ,
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, :; Chili 'Saiice dottl. 2.9c HEINZ' ./Iiith Be.a'ns 3 15 cm M- .S.: TABLEW RU' 'N. D"

s i*** HEINZ .
8 16 Beef Stew. > 5 J.: 1 Chuck "
Ptrk & Beans '
HEINZ
Cent. loa. $" .
Chicken 5 c..J ,
LYKU "
-.c STEAK

;+;',.Luncheon Meat I 12 ca: 3 9" HEINZ HEINZ 57 Sauce ... 29: RoastChuck J

TAKE,KING 29
Worcestershire s o. -
( Juice C : 2. 5 c HEINZ
Tiniito
29
White Vinegar ,91 I'
'ts F' ..
HEINZ' >f- III' 4J
.. Kosher Dills 2$ OL. lb tilt
..., CHICKEN of .... SEA ,/a tor -....
3 .... $ ..
...t. ... Chunk Tuna C | "
: MAD Taj Sir'oin' or T Bone lb. $fcB
rh't'1;=: 8 -.- $1
Food -
: Dog Roast B...J Ib.>>69C .M|.SS Rats .

, ,i' I. a lOG Syrup CAI1N ?:12.i ..29 c Boneless Stew I ..I9cIb. '

t w J;t .1; NABISCO COOKIES Ground Beef 51.99 CENTER '
SPIk
ooc..... Chip 14 .,. Pork ops ., .. I .. 4fc
et ergs OTM CrvmM |Irt ... 1 -. OAo Roast 7Qc --
3. D atn .I A.iw. .I:12 01. Xi .. ixlD I Sf""";ft0 .B> first &t 0".

.'.' 1. c 'r.''If" Chuck Steaks c. 53c Pork Chops lb. 39c .
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POTATOES 10.-:39c
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,,' OLEO DEUwiT 6 SSe CARROTS FAESN !1 CAKP B+9 2F..19c Pop.i-: JJ.

BISCUITS ,pab I4..d Y 4, a ... 39c. s CELERY GRUN PASCAL .s/a. 2Fcw 25cTVIONGSIi !AN,, "' 4f f; ,ra

CHEESE rr.f """' .,'Haw u69c RED r GOLDEN' OCUOOUS Jj ;

APPLESSalad .3 e+o 33e T98S,

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Tomatoes f i
I Free SAVINGS 51 Fr.. SAVIH6S FrU sAVws 39cTINSLEYS
i I ,>,r---.....S1Al.tPS... ...-.....STAMPS....-.-.. ; ...-.....a..STA.PS.--; .. MOMK GROWN Sibs. '
I,)j H..,::s.Y..c..::.:' 2.SYlYANIA 27 M.DM WUTC! Sweet- Potatoes( I. A. FOODL1It'Ir "

I-a.Q........KEF....a .or....PORK....., .w LIGHT f,..Is.BULBS".... ., ...ft, tw..or.POLISH1'..a.al..i. lS ..s4 Greens.' M >1TARDTURN" bunch .23c ... ...__ ARCADIA II' .A.__ ,
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