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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: February 6, 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
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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Congratulations D.H.S. Ca Serving The Hub of South-Central Florida FE 4Z0

gets! Coach John Gambrell's
1963-84 Bulldog basketball SIXTEEN PAGES 10 CENTS Arcadia, DeSoto County Florida, Thursday February 6, 1961 Volume XXXX No. 19 .
team reign champions of the \

Ridge conference for the second
straight season. We are
all proud of ;you. May ;your
present success continue D.H.S. Cham3tiiiOf

throu&houthe*. --state tournament Cagers Reign Ridge


Another candidate for govern- w
nor was in Arcadia this week. L

Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland
eountians visited Tuesday with afternoon DeSoto + + Mta Conference For Second Consecutive Season


lie was making a campaign
tour alone the Peace River The D1I.S. Bulldog caperstoday nament at Avon Park Feb. 11, Cardinal MiMMtcy. Sarasota class II tourney pit Ft Myers beginning' of the state tournaments.
valley ending in Punta Gorda reign champions of the 13. 14, 15. her. Feb. 18, Punta Curds Leo: vs. Cardinal Mooney on The regions I tourney Is
Ridge conference for the second Three non-conference games hers. Feb. 21 and Cardinal Feb. 28 with Arcadia playing scheduled March 6 and 7 afx*.
Tuesday night.
--o- consecutive season. Although .-> still are scheduled following Mooney there Feb 34. the winner the following night. the state tournament March I

The no turn on red light the Bulldogs game with the tournament These Include Pairings for the<< Oroup 14. The Group" tournament. is the 1314.

n situation in Arcadia is expected Okeechobee was postponed
. to bo clarified soon. At the Tuesday night second place Se-
bring was upset 43-40 by Avon ----
present:; time state law prohibits -
turning right on a state Park. ', ,
highway but the city has not f$ .i The loss mathematically eliminated -
} II
team
yet taken action concerning the Scbrlng. only
the Bulldogs In the standings -
near
situation. We: feel Mayor Speer
from any chance at the
will make a public announc-
in'-nt within the week on whether title.
Arcadia will follow the The D.I IS. cages had won ; Maht ++
cochampionshipwith # i r "w'' r' w
at least a 5 ni
w,
new state: rxculatlon or continue '
three league wins last k 5
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with the old system; of ,
Coach Gambrelfs cages
week.
slup and turn. hay a 11-1 league record and ; s .
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:
Two new correspondents a 18-1 season mark. The loss ;
with 8-4 league ,
.left Sebring an
hate Joined;; the ArcadUin family
; in recent weeks. Mrs. Mabry mark. If the Bulldogs. were to 1 1j 1y
lose both of the remaining
Murphy Is the new correspondent 1.
at Ona and Mrs. Elizabeth league game Sebring Friday
Hill at Myakka City.Ilraclers A night and Okecchobee Saturday
: In these two areas are y night they could do no ., y
asked 1 to give' news items to less than an 11-3: league rec'
ord. The Okeechobee' game
these two correspondents. L
-- Tuesday night was postponed
.
The Parent Teacher's Association because ,of a flu epidemic at

will not meet tonight the visiting school. ,
.
the two remaining ?
Following r. '
,
Thursday Feb. 6. it was announced .' f r ,
_
tbs Bulldogs
here today by the club league games
in the Ridge tour-
president. Mrs. Caroline Clem- will compete

ent. Due to concllctinit: schedule .1
.5 V
the. Association meeting

wiU be announced at a later .. ,
t r date' Mrs. Clement said. n
. QualifyingDeadlines t t'R"rlW
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QUEEN CANDIDATE:-Connie Carlson daughter
'
collected
A total 1 of $704.73 was
In the Mother's Marchof of Mr. and Mrs.. Karl Carlson. South Hillsborouirh r S
Dimes here last Friday Street displays the smile that won her title of 1 v +i 1a
night according< to Martha DeSoto County Watermelon Queen while Howard 5'' i:,
Gutteridge. chairman. The annual Sorrells. chairman of the Selection Committee look n? 1

event under the sponsorship on. \Mis Carlscn will compete with other beau tie* .
of the ,Junior Woman's over the State for the title State Watermelon Announced
Club was held between 1:00.nd : Queen at Cypress Gardens Feb. 23. (Sunniland

8:CO p.m. last Friday and Studio Photo.) .'--JUDGE: : '""Cn MPI0NSPt; S Bulldoft. .have Karl': 'I:. GuUlry. KrcU.CuUln.. Joe ,.Waldron.. Robert"

.... .donations A.e.J.KM.Mw/e.were.,turned.. / over"traseaurn to.Ilse .' ,. \, '"' _. _" ., .. ... _.. ...0: ........Candidates' Dote.
h ., the Episcopal; Parish must qualify In the. very near ketball championship.' Coached: by John.., Gambrel wick George La timer, Tom 1u/hea/( Jim' Yarbrough. '-
House. future according ; .

Ernestine Singleton chair- Two Candidates *, of the County Commlshed -
man of the Negro Mothers. sioners office.Those "
March of Dimes turned over desiring to enter the M rarat I
to the treasurer $83.12 for the state race must qualify In Tallahassee Pancake Day Jaycee Organization
drive. The goal had been set between noon on Feb. WeatherReport+ ,
at $8OO. 18 and noon on March 8.County '
-0- Seek City PostTwo Job hopefuls. must qualify Jamboree '. f'
...
J. R. .Erlcson ex-Army Air at the County Girnmtaslo ncrs't Planned For Arcadia
Force Sergeant of World War Office In the court house between
One stopped over In Arcadia candidates for the post Citrus and Vegetable' Commission March a at noon and Akls Pat. High Low Main
last Tuesday; at the Arcadian of Arcadia City Council vacated until recalled as a pilotin March 17 at tvn-n ProjectSaturday Jan.21 70 ja jon Arcadia Mayor,, I*. P Aver as organisation. aes. &.67
office to reminisce over back by the death of Council the Korean Conflict. Its Three. state Jobs to be filled Jan. JO .aa 4. JOO and Chamber of Commerce The SarssuUkv Jaycess, J-J t
copies of the paper printed man Wallace Hoi ton. qualifiedat served 18 months In Korea are for a Senator, representative wffl be pancake Jan. 31 7. 89 JOOFeb. secretary' ; John If Dsnisls gave by Dick Wsrnsr."outlinedthe;
when he was a soldier at Carl- City Hall this week accordIng and was honorably dischargedas and prosecuting attorney. and sausage day In Arcadia I 77 M JO* a group of young Arcadians. local. date and national phases
strum Field back In 1917-18. : to Margaret Way, city re- a captain. Us. .Is an active Presently In these positions are and once again Arcadia Klwao- Fsb. 2 88 42 J09Feb. a lot ef ncwwrsgem t ...",- of the Junior Chamber '0'
Mr. Erlcson. retired ..utornohi' corder. member of "K. Post of the. Dirk Williams 'senator, and laM will spend the day serving :3i 88 A3 Ml day evening In a meeting at Commerce. Tha>,'.. ,..... .to1 for
>. businessman of Boon*. George Murphy the first to Arcadia America Legion.& Chesterfield. Smith representative. prUe specimens"' to people Fsb. 4 e2 87 .M the ""'I oI. Restaurant where young men. .between the ages
Iowa was vacationing In St. announce filed Saturday January "1 believe In economy in our Frank Schaub ef Hrs- In this srea. flair recorded. at WAfO plans'' were being" discussed fur af 31: and 39 Interested In' Improving
Petersburg with his daughter 29. and Clarence" J. (Josh) city government" Murphy said, denton' is the. 12th judicial' district This. Pancake Jamboree, the from S.34I: p m. February 4 forming.. a chapter. of the Junior themselves sod their
and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Carlton. Sr. announced' his "and will represent all the citizens Pro' scuuag sttorney. third one staged. ,In Arcadiaby III 8.8O: a Ia. February. 8 was Chamber of Commerce community
(Continued on page a-A) candidacy Tuesday, February4th. ; all the time. I will vote DeSoto County .officials Arcadia Klwanls Club will 4 O4 .Inches.. Fourteen msmosrt of the. Tb .new Jaycees. will hold.
my own convictions and my needing to qualify In order t.contend open. for business" 7;00 ant. aVsrasot. Jaycees were In Arcadia their first meeting at. 7 o'sleek
Murphy a salesman and native vote will always be a matterof for reelection In the in the Scott nulMing at the to assist with the ground ... rb, 1.1.. bte BemtfietelUslsuranl
of DeSoto County lives public levotd May primary are, county commissioners corner- of West Oak and North Plans StartedTo wot k for forming the new club. TMsn (sawedsi .
Trailer ParkOYeMellt with his wife and four children Carlton son of Mr. and Mrs.D. from districts one, Monroe and run throughout the The meeting was climascd by open InvlUllen.. Its evjryman
on Wet 1"- Street, and T. Carlton. an old pioneer' three and five Harold Garner day until' TOO p-m I'ancake the iMmlnaUon .ef JohnnieMaaasen. I I'ih eouitty la attend tolameeting. .
works In this area for Jewel family of DvSoto County Is a Henry' ; Wood and Robert Wcrtc. Jamborees In the past have Organize .1... as iwganUmaTchairman Addtlkwia* details.
.. Supply Company of Tamp. He 'graduate of Southern Collage, County Judge Gordon lays returned substantial some to the Historical GroupAn and Phil It. Ksyes May be *esn.l b? ..1.! ...
attended the University of who has been postmaster. for Sheriff Lloyd Helton; Supervisor underprivileged child fund ef Maasssn. at WA 8-8O7I, !*<

Louisiana for one term before Arcadia twice. Ha was also of Registration Cline the club.. and the upcoming' orgenljsllonal. ,. meeting? ef *Ujre. .* .oees s.UI 'he f,avery .
entering' the Navy as an Aviation once half-owner of Arcadia layman; Tag Assessor, Msfgsret event" Is peeled to do the a .hUtocteel 1 society u* cover much .In. favor erf suehi an
Te C..tiIHIe Cadet<< during World War Drug but sold out In favor ef MeAnly; Tax collector.Cultmon same thing.. In tort It Is hoped the .Peace River, Valley .has Project Aids Of..uatlof1ft P k> t,CoUityand '
Two. He served' as pilot with other Interests. Before entering Brown; Preescutlngsttorney. that the rvceipts .will top .4H.revents beet scheduled. T"r..... Mr. Daniels. s.a Jd. ...
ths UJK. Marine Corps. until World War One. he was William Dtsnong; .of the pest years as the II The meeting will. .begin Lunch, Program thought the Jsyrees wre'theg '
City I Administrator Wayne tu 1.4.. Clerk of Circuit Court DwSote Superintendent of Public Instruction. fund. Is badly In newt ef funds al 8 pie en the second floorttt ,..,.st< Itvtn men wete.aWeHt +
Sanbnrn was authorised Upon release from active' duty County He alw worked for a Hush Flanders; and to carry on the. workUnderprivileged In. Delete County C..u t* The" Mh. *l lunch program. fps many" Instances' whew
proceed with planned. improvements be became an Inspector for the (Continued on pa.A) at City Trailer Park as Is among the major projects" ef 0- ....k.,. will !.. Allent. been' enriched s..*ne 8I>O. .bone/kit ea a .or..ft4tfilty.SfUa .
far as funds were budgeted.A (Continued d on page ..A) o.v.... id La''". PUtld. a hU. The ,Odd Fellows. Lurfge I.,.. OUMf Ar. men aiuntf ;
total of SIns was budgeted OLDTIMER MYSTERY PICTURE NO LON:iER MYSTERY ...... ssoot.. well a'MlglMurphy |
for the Improvements with with the. Pease River Valley, a special peeret.Tr) ... Chuck. aimrBonsw DevslUflkwnsA .. >
slightly more than $300 already Elks To Hold Or Oocdun II. Mrnwain, will Tr. .. .- was pcocaled' In and Hay lee. -
used at the site. serve as tsntpnrsry cnsirmenand ,the amount.. ef .1.so to Writ The- new club will be spa's-
First phase ef the program Mrs. Sumter Leftner Right Pkk Special Event Red n. Harding, lempor-" Elementary, fJ 4O ...--.... eared *y t -- $.NOtJI Jaycee.Death .
will be to go' ahead with elee-' any secretary. .1220 hassles. soul u.se FtOgiten.
tiles hookup for the. second Monday ,,!c"t. ,.*. .101*. AU interested pan w are bask was dctr.mlMe
and third row of trailers.' The Last week's lady of mysterywas grades. She met Mr: Lettner asa .. play with bar and entertain will. be fatl BUalled' Rulers urg..t .to attend according to iMMf>br ef "" 1'4.' .... '
first was taken care of ana Night as well ae 0... Timers Claims *
row
Mrs. Sumler Leltnrr. 443 child when ker uncle marrtvd her a >ee he Mora.oity -
budgeted Item last )_r. one of his older ......... .. drtastsd .(tarn.Sfce Night. according l.. VirgilCHrUt.
... West Oak Strvef. who was bas secretary. .. Uto Arcadia Nettie Cribfc. :
..
considered .Is .t-
Aye As children .ne was a few yeses met Mm again after he Panama Crisis Said :
ing aDd repair of one ef the aid Jan. 21st. I8T. In Inverness. .... t.... ehs and ..... often. a seams' a lawyer' base m A.a .- Lodge lilt of u.. b.P.O.L, ". 4Funefsl M s
Florida daughter of Mr andMrs. services for |a-
a
bathhouses at the trailer park coats when alas, as teacher. Paso Lashed Rae. are wcgedto
R. L. Time..,. Her father .... Mctue Juanitn Cribb. oStooF
to use as a recreation and game and her. father. as county sthosluaxmnl attend and ...... past In
-. -The other bathhouse .. was county shed superintendent ......<. tame .. Ac.t.d. ........ They are1 A. L Hue, Communist |>tocsl.e ,will boa conducted 1.
to .be torn. .,.... and material. of Citrus County and bar. .. M attend a tsrket'a. 8Vr. If. M. ........ C K Ad.II .-... Inspired day Mr. Cflbto. was n lUsfcifcsTmemer
aah..... grandfather. n cattleman held --'Me. 117 They were mac. T. Cnnoley K. N, 0'.... tf ., the ff oca lee 'a.,.*..tchore.
one of the original land grantsIn W Mooa ... J a... Ueis. J s
for the lecissUon clad three later. Aertl 14
The request years ell .... recent **- through the Canal Z-ne yellln wttl ....
Jackaonetllo. As Florida msecVtftf. home. here.Mrs. WilUsa. W OMhang. C..... fa view R. Tom CapsH
end
fecal came Monday ts. the counciTs nigfetIn grew fee ntoved further emits I9!r Lsrtnsr Is a ms mti y off Smith. Ivy 117.... J, A. Set pleassM fU .-... betweenrsnsnMnisn .{ taunts sad Insults. at Amer*.. .1.... for the servleeav, at :Jl 19
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.. .uo. sad fags .Planters C4:. Mote Jr. stwoente in .... Icon.. pscsennel IKsee and tne.effsin .."'-, front' the Xecatest ..a-.
a petition. from M tsshltntaof the Fkr* flsofist OHM. and IWown WallerOMlMners iblwbtae. of Tassels. end theMtfitonU most often repealed. UO list cKurcn." IntevtrenC win**.
Ike trailer park.It 0.._ Ttemp eT P10. a.. A. there Is hardly a d..rtw.nnl. Knn ced. e4 tne V Hnv '.....- n "-, ..Gfagwl'est.. in( Jeahua Creek aometery. *
was aaimaiirl at U e NJ. *.... 11. MSS .*s rtrMe a* the chore l... whir_ ate hassoH's -. will oe ... C;'_' Zone W. Mf ......... seMtt. 101,.. Crdbo died. W.drsseMs. !
weds of smuntotitmr
suss waked SS ger.mss..tof ,-*
trader park tae Com
Meeting that the psew eorrectly MeoctfyMrs. '' .. .ewer resident ef 'M Cared esoisined that morning si the .nume 07*
... Wa.w'e Mws.srr ...... llenry .....--. J. ..
ts enjoylnc the highest percent a.m.er Ls.Cer ss soma will Z..ee oreo fee 18. yes .. surw m4n sts Save Speed tke Theist daughter ..,.- TV W Mclenl
.fY.uwg Us .. .
e- duped ... pest three ., week's .y.ery ....- HewN1 Union. s.asteeaa.at isag. ., 4 J Sw Temer .*MM in Accadia told T b.Aeaass Ht-nu Treaty ., l.a le stir ., Necaies ulna was bets. ..lnHsker .
few yan. rear.ea a taea when P. .. Ds.ttss.t.. dl- .. glee n tnwiy ,ears .*ae.t .. staff tnel. In M ............. .._. Ifce Canal.OMCM county. Georgin as J""tr ?
the TWAand .... and T C Tarn*
to
Monday night eiecicdcocwt pass _............ M T- Aeati.., tested. the tS..twr Crrs ,AosUiery dry ....tgomery Sine. win rec..... Soyou .Sara..., the IoW wore "tMN$04 I by Aa....... was built enJ 7. I'8J, i)rSwrvl
arusn en Tits w.e5'. -ye..y s1se .... ..... ........... ....... *.no pia Land, tne nausea .....rs. .lnctud.. tweTda..fI*
had. km las sn paymf.. real. os- arson e. Mee ... mYea A. 7msir. the C.rar.r/sirue Y ... thaw lAst they" .......W se sale bra Mrs, ............. sad Mrf+J.
.. ... .n arUee M .... Other avewb a.hIht.f. lee. fl .... fUg r ,'....,.. esvywhere ..
..... sad ...... .dkrtse. gal m Fsnomeesl tot ......... .... o Q. Sspp JacksonvuJo and Isno
I&-- Lire!: ..... a., G.Nl.w FcteiMry" wUI be FanMf Nie*< ..,...... wU tneco .k* an Aawct son Henry" O. Cdwardav 84k*
d. Club and ...... Clips best. to he heM. Fehrwary' 13t* s..4each pr.l..we .. ....r.nu.. was '
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HisilBi1i by cwyMaccacex .--..... and woad tq M Chars Ca.anIdrs t the. Lfa*.ersjty of ...... sen flag o CMe. 'Ata>' swnrrvtaaT are'sfcgycndsnlldrsM ,
W-y that recerda a ... glean .. ..... .-fa asISaw .. ) family lie trp.M d Mbnwg bees euanawWM ......... ttoe crus ef l... student ..... and Je grim
tease. Ise M her ........ Ices a ..nssad decal, 1S.Wd. term W :.
dos niaay tea. bilk ace aa- Iwesne. + grsdusW here bow als.wsd. hs tNeA,. In the Pssnnower grsndchildfon. > met
Iewre. ..--...-had 1 1---- HaA IfefeaW .4-. ..... gross. da2Qat M ... v.- Iw.-.. Iona aarrwINik. ..n. ...... office .. bad two targe tUg ................, Funernt' t
reel ape ... City ....... fields Stetto1'r c. .e. tense .aMC! .d aer --- M r... s" Ie elated. Sa. ..... tat .boO antes ....t.e4.. one en Me PseCenUnwed .homo U .In charge o* arrearsavcnts. -'
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XttCADIAN, Arcadia, Flora Thursday February 6, 1964,
-

Ivy Dykes WillPresent Agent Attends
.
CHITCHATI I Program Fifth Traffic, ,

i, Safety Seminar "
ty ge. Sill. The National) '. Exter1sMenHomemakers .

CbuAcn: fporisored / -*
their fifth Traffic Safety
Charity Horse Show In Winter Haven : Seminar In Athens Ga.. Jan
Louise Carlton, daughter of Ethel Carlton (Mrs. ; 28-30th, at the Georgia Cen-
Carey Carlton, Jr., of Lakeland) and Michelle and ek ter University! of Georgia 43
Marsha 8orrellsdaughters of Jackie and Ilerschell Sor- states had representatives w
: rells of Lake Alfred, all former residents of Arcadia ..iiiJ InA Seminar, MM, Pua-
where) all three girls were born, rode in the Imperial tene Dawsejr represent the
J' Charity Horse Show in Winter Haven on Saturdayand Florida Extension Service, at-
Sunday. I do not think that any of the three won ) lenuing with her was the
Florida State Home Demonstration
any biff prize, but they are real good riders, and certainly Council Safety Chairman --
\ contributed to the wonderful show, playing tot ;' >> 1 Mrs Kuuolpn. S, hrtz.
.the biggest crowd In the history of the Horse Show. Miami.

Some of the hurdles were five feet three inches /t The role of the National
high and others were four feet six inches, high witha Council in all programs Is education -
five, foot spread. I was. 'considered an excellent rider rt t ; ( \ and many leader are
iflrtny'tlrne; .but I never. tried to jdnip J hurdles; although ,r trained In puny fields. The
1"Was on my horse one time when he decided he would $, ( '4.r homemakers. wives, and mothers
"Sret t dn the"other side( of a three foot fence. I was l: : are challenged. each: day
tiding slde-saddle-now that really dates me doesn'tIt with reports of truffle deaths
rising each In most
and of course! I left the horse on the side of the year states.
As the family i* thtf basic
ltenee: -whTe- the bull was cavorting But ,that is an.blher I y unit of the health faith fin-

story. tit ,. ancial and responsibility and
'* Some 663 horses were ridden in the Saturday and p ; :: morals of our society: it must

Sunday show ,by equestrians from
; 27 states., I am real proud that our young lady "4 i advance surety traffic.
friends made such a good account of themselves because : r, farm and home programs
competition was keen. Yes. of course, Louise'sgrandmother ,. In unity there is strength
Edna Carlton went for the show. And we unity our thinking by
up taking definite step in tun-'
Let's Respect the Dead gable programs In ode communities -

friends by not molesting cemetery, property.,For many and states Wd do not do
,D UMBfafJPtttW' been1' fretting!"" *x>rts that it was' unatife'to this alone we woi Jc with many
feitte-'tiflttft. ' E fWlfe'Wountt! 'YrtJ4' ftl'tfnil'them Dp1.'! Now;; for they life and key citizen lead.s.We .
air &*}icrfrrrfbtvudersltnnJ: "wh6 "could do' such" t hope to make safety a way
>>
Anyone fj MR.: .AND MRS DAVID' 11 ,PATTISON : of life In all American Homes.
'
f lKWijhlnir' read fhe\ letter1! : received! ftvrt" thb week :

end aVtd. "'yOu*1111 agree that therer 'are' persons who .-
td ImdJwouM+ dtr such tHing.,Here Jlt. 'the'lettei'' : Miss, Patricia Anne Ffobarts Is Friday Rook Club

wno : Ota i'c1b'; J lq"'mnaT'dtbeb' over"'frbrttf 'Sara* : ( n' 'Jr. Met With
s6t8"tI' .d frlstlefy:'o"'kttehd the tuhbtal eta dear" friend Wed to'J David H. Pdttisdn Mrs. G. LeitnerThe

mfg ib 'wd'*ef- Rayfn' the'tkmeterjp (J&tthua'Creek).- fmirtcla ) ) ( Tompany In Arcadia Rook Club met
t.li ( June Robarts John A. Simmons .
'IiMe 'Lkthid''to/ide}'by: the;family l t"II had,'' lan JI cut >O4 aervd Friday Jan. 31. With AS r..
brc4m. the bride of H.rttl .. /
Davjd the cake .
) iUd
,. a by Mrs.Bert
tl fodtl lidPink' '. and'dad's; graved.. two azaleas .6n At three o'clock Sat- Turner. Serving punch ) << been'set for George Leitner at her home. on
t ftlti 'Perfetttibn" cameHIaWi"the 12tW at four In West Oak Street.
Urdiy afternoon, Feb. I. I In and assisting. with other hupiLallties *- :
..u't' "C1t hbrl = '' :srooxl time to Lutheran Mrs. C. P. Sandusky made
tf1at"belng
; very Trinity' MelhodUt Church. Arcudla. l were Mrs Jim Uen-
& ; din*t.to! JrVr'y..frxheri;',To, oo* horror) ,' some: The bride Is the daughter nett Dave Carr, Mr*. ;; ; In .St. Au high score in the afternoon
,
'''ttad'.ltu'fJtti l .tneUta'';teaiMg"rii'jf. ping( hOfb t : 6t Mr. and Mr,. Howard Fred Grady, Miss Ada flee! the ame.The hostess, assisted by Mrs.
\ iucu.-niiu': 'ijuuo' angry and ,;hurt besides.: RobarU, 804 W. Qak !Urt t. Pike tied Mrs. John K. John- grand Grace
( d Mr. : Smith served hot
< a n apple
et.Whb IfteW!>rtfofherj\ knew how much sh* loVed Arcadia, and the groom Im the '
"DcSoto pie with cheese and nuts,
sonWhen
.
brs. #'f atuf'1' had Waited "until 'this' 'year; to 'plant sort of Mr. and Mr. C. Allen the couple left for a : and coffee to the followingMr :

tfnxf then:'l Cl'n'f'lmaglne any brtd wanting *'camel lc ar i., .'Lit. the bride was. wear- attend. Barnett Mrs. Edith B Scott
Wry enough''' 'tb s Nat one;'(If they are so'hard'up1 and .The. ,,double-ring! ceremony log a Jonquil knit suit with St. Au- Mrs. C. 1. Craven., Mrs.''I; Im
;''rllYle'-: that much .1 will gladly! see that they w performed by ttv.Itev. Raymond matching black acte: *orlc and after they Carlton 1\11'1. Ellen H. Campbell -
and T. J.
hays,
hld from her
te't. ofii'et'spettally bne,from M grave:side of one's :father weddingcursagd. ; b I Miss Mary Drown. MilS
Of aet- .
Greenbtrger Venus .Jn a Wh n they return
Myrtle Drown. Mr, C. P.
San1
alt rt1m@t1tert31L! ;; a-Tl. .1; I
tint of palma and will be at
greenerysrd they home at 43ft
and Mrs.
dusky Grace Smith.
?aten)" rIW"ile"k .hi fieari aboul' '{his' ;' 'f, have been huge ,, baskets of white East Sue rhlnd Highway Clew. The club will meet ,
n."UIemand, attending''them'! <'once' a* week'' until chrysanthemum and' blue car- IaC n. Feb. 14. with Mr*. Edith Fridayft Scott '

ee* when I hid the flu and couldn't rnakd It.1' naton. ,and candelabra with mona the out, ot town at her home 324 West Hickory '
t appreciate1 it If' yott'woutd\ \ pat' A little menlon lighted l tapers'casing{ a candlelight guests were Mr. and Mr*. Wil- Ford and SU
r thfi4'In' 'ltW' tp .;'Maybe- < : Wedding music wn presented and Mrs. FranklIn and Mr. were
IfMfas doinjr'saf'wllI'htd'I Ranted? i It'ln'th! raIneN'
by Mrs. Roy Appleby, night by I
and Mrs. J. ,. tjithu and
:Vras the right day to plant A 1t 'mother'\ nl-
; organistand .Walter flail. daughter Pamela alt of Suravta ron, at her
I dd''tuor'tnlnd'tho' work, nor the monetary olottt Who. The bride
sang l) CBUe"lSweet Mr. and Mr. R. II. llob .
AM so much'air the thought that anyone would stoop so Mystery. of Life" and ,1fIi'r'L1f1t'6; Bobble Probasco).' '"We dln, Prayer.- Mrs. Richard U. Volley Tim-. Sumter L. ,

1. certilnTy# I feel 'J titillobbfe, does about such acbwardhr The bride, al"411In marriage .)alum. Md., Mr. and l'olr. W d-, l William
act. And everyone that knew Kate Welled& by1 her father wore a" gown TUceCiunpLrll.. Hilda llurixtr.Qvorge I Is the son .
that she worked long? and hard at the ceme fashioned of peeiu de sole with harper. Jr, Tony Harper James M.
.
!iw to make It a beautiful renting place for our loved applique ., Imported Alen- Ruby Wallets Mr. and Iw11hq
_
She Was. the mOAt generous person with her con lace, portrait neckline, Mrj. William A. Maker Mr. : attend-
basque waist with cascading Mrs. '.
and Richard V lUkvr.Mr 4't )
plants and flowers that I have ever known In fact
unpremed pleat falling Into will
*. *. Luther C Oavia.' Air' 1
gave me all the planta that are on my lot, and car a bouffant skirt with a chapel Richard MittUon and C.* ;. : In Arcadia.
ried someone out to plant them. That was Kate. So train. Her only jewelry wa Lauvorn all of Clcwuton, Mr. .
fe$ Uyre that the thoughtless person who dug up thecamellia a neceklacw of culture pearl and Mrs. L. 11. Andrew, of
did not. Know( in whose memory It had been given to her by thtf gwum Her Miami Mprlngs. Mr. and Mr*.
planted. But whoever you are, and wherever you live, fingertip veil of Imported En- Everett; 1. Martin of IllaUuhlRay
plea**.. never ,do such a thing again. gush Illusion fell from a pill II. Royaler of Mlamrta>4 :
.'tvtrAndttlle't Arcadian has SMART Relative box hat of matching peau d. Vld H. Devine, Jr.. Marion.*' .
,. a ole and Alcneon lace. She carried Ind.{ Mr. and Mr. John }'.;-'
:p' Ellen received call last .
Campbell a telephone
over a crescent .haped brides Icy Tom Ewing Mr*. .. M. U.
vrftft* 4 from her Mister l In Atlanta Corgis Ruth King bouquet of yuletide red ruses Schramm. Mr. and Mr John SKILL

Ifr rEaward) that she Is the proud grandmother of a and white frevslaa, centered M. Policy, Mr*. Donald l>ittton -
afafidJbto 'whose parents are the Carl. Kings of Atlanta. with a white orchid. and on Bred all of Venice ..pl '.a...Its
""
nb4. had teeentlT received a copy of the news Journal MM! Linda Bennett. Arcadiawas ; Mr*. T. J. Greenberger '
of the Georgia Society of Medical Technologist Inc.. Maid of Honor. Ilrldearnald ana daughter Virginia, of Venus. I
that had this article by LucMrs.( Carl) King on. PA. were Mines Michel Roland Keppelmana of -
PER ELECTROPIIOItSIS-D ETIIODOWGY. Lucy has PatUeon. cousin of the groan llradenton. Mr'*. W. R Sutton I to talk.
th4 following titles back of her name such as Research of Marlon. Intt; Mrs. Frank and Mr*. Mary M. McDonald he learn.
trsociate: .' ledl trlc hematology Research Labora- Sopaio of MUml; and MU* and daughter Nancy; alt uf
Gail Cash of Naplea. They wore Lakeland Mr D. O. .Acker-
iortetf. of Pediatrics' School
Dept. Hmory of Medicine
l
?
identical atreet-length Hanking Midge. N. i J.
gownsof man. & I. ,
rfaad* Kn to read the article but It .
attempt was so royal blue peso de ...... Mrs. Ha"..I rorrr!. New CaStU. -
fan'bf
fhatjl .a".1t" up, and just admire the gal. Her husband and carried crescent .r. Sr, lUltlmore. Md,; J4r. A St.
.Is i. medical student at Emory doing Rrnearch shapd bouquet of white" and Mr*. John Freeman IXtn*- t .7St

Work*: carnation dint Mr. and Mr, Slob DuU..... I ,.
hat ''Search Is Going On for Mrs. Florida.Yfer. Donald Pattuwn. brother of Lake Placid; and Mr*. Marguerite -- --

that N Ti..M. A contest to select -:\I..... forWlhftl the best P'GUIf. Venice served a* Weinberger, o..s.ancw.Miss moiNAt1FEBRUARY
m a "" Uaher-gruomamen
I
bA' sponsored March 14 by the Miami News. were SgU Francis Schramm of
*u?. Married. women. 21 years old and over Jlnywher.thb'Onlted 11eIUm .. Md.. Gary Still .
t rn States are eligible to enter th. 25 yeari Venice; Illll Robert, brotherof Robarts Coi
Id contest. the bride Arcadia; Luther
,8taU champions and Mrs. America will be chosen' Davis and Richard MatUun. With Bridal Parti<

fer* their ability. aa. homemakers and for their poke, Clewlaton. : .
I personality. ; good ffroominir and participation In commmtty Mr. KobarU chose" a beige Mis Patricia LUNCHEON Ann 91'0 15: .x '
Roberta
: 'activftiv silk brocade Jacket dress with
brkle-elect of IXvkt II. Pattiaon. t SPECIAL
......'America of JOG4 will be selected from among matching acceaeorlea for her
wa guest of honor at a
daughters. wedding. Sh. wore $10.00 WAVES
,fnimflon homemakers reprraentlnx each of the ftOatate
luncheon Wednesday, Jan
a cortege ., an eggshell orchid >>
l 'and the District of Columbia during the Mrs.mErica' with blue frewtiaa.Mr Win. at the horn* ., Mr, II. L.JohrwiMt ( Permits) @j.

Pageant next April 2 to 12 In St. Petersburg *. Petition wore an afternoon CIS Cast fine Street $6.90
t Florida, jacket suit of brown velvet with Mrs. John Johnaon aitdMr .
It any bf you women deckle to enter, come by. with. matching avreaauctee *. U..ur(. IJocmg; a. cvhosteeae and 8t :.
t and I will show you the long (Ut of prtxes that you and a corag of yellow and *.
; may wlruSome of them are fabulous.jv green eynUMdmra orchkl. Th brkle table was tee.tired .
Mr. and Mr. Roberta entertained with a centervlecw ofC'hr'N"'lwNuma lc ." RalmollJ.3
will a reception at the of yellow H
J. Country Club following theMr and %'hl'.. Th Individual card WA 9-SB81
......... lerwnony. ....... were centered withIMMegay I
.. Robarta stood at the of yellow and blue
door and welcomed greets and ribbon, centerrd. with whit
I Introduced them to UM receiving rhryvanthemum.
'' Pubuxhed erery TburwUy aMmbt, %* st MT-3O W. line where the bride and&NOtft. The eWliclou meal eonaiatedt
,Oak, fHrV. Arcadia:, llorida. Earl K.' rfelbercer. edttorsv41ahr Mr. .Robarts. Mr. andMr biked' turkey, pea and I '
: .Mrgr O. Nelberger. buslnsa manager.Mr *. C. A. J attUmv ahm< vita tnuskroms lax patty shells
I .d aa Bead Class Matter October. 1M at the the brtde.dal. \" Mia. sweet rotatoea In erang* reps.
Dennett. Mlaa ""u-... .Ira. .
Peat OTCc st Arcadia. J'1or1da. under Act of Oancrva of c nf *led n.,1Iorn7.lad"". Fresh
Uarrb. 1m. hank Sopato and Mia. Gall roQs.. lento cfarr *\ pi. andeWfe c .
,X Cash. greeted. gveata.Mia *. (' and
> .Member Florida Pra Ajearlathm.: National CdltorUlAoda Marguerite rtpkln bad Th host.ea.a prewnt. Mtse
chM.e 9t the bridbook.. Robarta with a pIfte .. silver
an International CGftI....* of Weekly New Order
Ttve club room* were beeutlfuUy la her rta.an pattern. &
>* >er &Utors.. Blgma Delta Chi.
pIT" decvratevt rarrytaout Attending wvr. klia ]ta- .. 'I
f .Adyertlslnf Ft.plsaaatatlv.e Florida Press the robe aela.cw.. of ta. w..dTK bart. honor *_" Mr. .'-- .
s.nn. drat. .... sad .....-. and RotMMrt*. :loin. Kay W....., .
Gab vme, Flotida; Asnericn Kwpaper lUpreeeetUUve*. refre\ ...hH. .e.t table wan Mr*. Ed Watann., Mr. *, Jim Den.att .. .
Hew,T..., Jew York; AUaata. OeorgU; Drtzeit. MlrttLgma.8ubrrl a4" I athe *nc>e> of an L. with Mr. LVayd Kyav Mr*. .

I 4iMi tilat.as.q.e Year .i O; &U Moat asF.iS3ade me the cad decorated. sad the tiered aUver take pwnckbuwt at J.Dee A.rue KUnmaeM. aod Mw A4a 1 e Lna? Holtzendorf

Cofty MUd at the *U.... IUUDI2&MAIDH! LUMCHEOHFTMay. b
....- hair.-U c...... Law arranga.ota of elwyesa.lheausa.a -. St. Mr*. GorMM : >i 2 Flowers and Nursery

It. ... and ..,. earatk e d. a..... ...serta w5 fee I U E.. Magaotia WA 8TIIE -._
-- l'f'ltf"'lt wits. bUcwvl us Ue t..ale,. sir. ,taliarU and her laeliw ".- .

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THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia. Florida, Thursday. February 6. 1964' 3-A:

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Garden ClubMeVMoriday ,:-_.... Mrs. Patton Is Twentieth Century Fort News : I I"IRS.
Ogden
:. 24liii'
'
Club Met with 1 il,

: r't' Bncje. of. Mrs. Hazel '_. "? '
(PeJ1. t t Dishong VERA COLLINS Merry Reid. fit Cleveland. j was)
Arcadia Garden Club. mrt at The Twentieth Century Club
K Horton'Jr
Garden Center Monday Feb. ." oJ W : met Jan 23 at the home ofMrs. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Hinds. also a visitor in the Reid home.

3. at 11:00 noon with a. cow .' 1; Mr and Mr*. E-nat Writj', liaael Dtshong on West of Elwood. Ind. visited Mr. tinder and Mrs. NormanrVa} -

ered dish luncheon sorved by .. i are .wwouncl-' the marriage' Oak Street with Mrs W L and !Mrs Haut Jli'* several tea were OrUmdo attend-
the following hostesses Mrs. >f days. While here, they visited
: their daughter Sylvia PatU Matson as co-hosstcs Mrs. InK Sabbath' Schtx/l workshopa
D. T. Yea Urs Marie Round- ;'#Jt\:\ >n, to. Howard Wayne Ilo.'t<>n. Mattiosn wa unable to attendat B<>c Tower and went to Tampa few days

tree. Mrs, Leila Newsome, Mrs. Jr son of Mr. and Mr_ I! w- the lat minute because of |
J --", E. Bardee, Mr*. Homer Welles, i nor ton Sr. ,U .IIM. Mrs.. Terry Collins la in 1't.Myers Dr. Ctuu-1*!* Mctm." out St.

Mr\ *. Florence Lowry and Mrs. ,. .' .' The Rev. Alton MashK;'- The business i meeting was at the home of Mr. and Petersburg v.$aited relativrshere

Mr and Mrs.* Elmer Bishop Mr and Mrv J. A. Wood edLawrenceville KBeatrtcw HO U1p..th.. Thirty .( jr-ictt the wedding. < t'C'mcY preHl-.d.eu4r.' bji the president. Mrs Devmuahn Iu.Mr.. .. during the weekends

arrived 'Wednesday" front-Ahville. .IlL are visiting members and guest were pre it the horn of the bride's parents Mr*. Lewis Purvis ..nil Mrs. Collins are the proud Rev and Mrs Ollbretith left

N. C. Iura visit with| here with her sister Mrs. 1__ !>> r ; on Friday Jan. 24th at Mrs. C. E. Adam and 1\11'1. parent of a daughter who has Sunday evening tl i. visit (Iher
.
sent.Mr
Mrs. BIsh p'. sisters Mrs. Lu- Pauline Crotf.Mr J. EX Montgomery presided \ ("JIk 30 p.m Hen McGehce presented the been named Theresa Plane.There mother In u hospital In Lake
U)Qr> Maruit. and Mia Ha1UeUeacheiu. ... Wales where she: recently underwent ) -
.
at buaiD.Una withMr S on. political and wll be a supper sponsored -
... 4J ... "). !, Given in marriage by her program social
: *. V. L Ruwet and son .*. 0. O. Langford serving \ ,. \ j ; ': aiher the bride wore a blue satire. Mr. Adam dig by the adult HTU cilIA surgery. .. .
a* secretary teen. Monthly ,. Friday at the.. Baptist David Tbor iton ,spent **ie.
John; of Vrederuck: MO. arrived pro 'hifton dress with whit ..- cued background: material atoning
Mr. and Mrs. Benny' Beronda. Friday of last wck for report were made by committee ". "j. ; .".. \.J. : rnothrr She also wore a blue and cave a few ample ai church at 7:3&&. fume. bring a w C'kencwith Mr. and Mr
cttiMrenUavl
and Jenny. uf Tampa were Mrs. li. t:. Potter. la punned at Garden .. only attendant was herchiffon portion fromThe Animal. fellowship huur. White there he attendedthe

Saturday '.guestsof Mrs. Beeoeula's Center' on Friday Feb. 33, at dress, and white aeceuories. Farm".. Huckleberry Finn. Mr. and Mrs. J U King and Fair.
grandmother Mr. Nell I:04 MISS SUE HUTCHKNS Visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,Elmer -
Brown. :Mrs. Everette pridgen, and pan elections from two other books.Beautifully family of Punta Conic were,

daughter Genie have retursetl \-< Mrs. Montgomery reported a Sue Hutchens Will The room's only) attendant illustrated books upper guests" of Mr. and Mrs Thornton recently were' :
to their home in Charlotte) viait by eleven Arcadia- club WA- his father. depicting: the topic under dlcuMlon *- Vernon Cull Ins and family Mr. Eddie 7hvtn; >torv Mr. and
Mrs. Belle Ktnnlston left
N. c.. after spending several members to Ft. Myer Friday, Be Arcadia A reception was held Immediately were circulated to complete Saturday "evening Mrs. lulei\ Thornton of fort
for
FriOay her home {in Wash
ington. D.'C... visit days here with Mr. and Mrs. Jan. 3-C to have lunch: wife Wednesday. Feb 12 following the ceremony this Interesting program Mr. llendri Held and son Green Mrs. Btnlru ffuckfeby
following a of Cleveland" and, Ma, and. Mr .
*
here with Mrs. Rupert Smith. Ko rt W. Thomas and sun. Iju t,. Mrs. Sydney Davis Director MUa Suet- I 1lutchEns. Wo- Mr. Dishong. assist<*<*! by Walter and Miss Jerry r ld
Francis Falany of Arcadia.f .
by. ot .District Nina of the Florida mana International\ Bowling The bride table wa covered her mother. Mrs. Floaaie i Roberta of :MUmk visit.J' Mrs. II D. : -

..it'. and Mr*. Wallace Camp Federation of Garden Congress, Inc. Representative, with a lace cloth: with S served delicious: r fresh- Reid during the weekend" l\t'n'f
Club Mr.. and Mrs. Davis will assist at meeting of the centerpiece' of pink race*. mats vf cheese cookie fruitballs
bell of Clewiston attended the Mr. and Mr*. J. F. Floyd a
Hobarta-Pattison wedding Saturday whu are spending the winter have a beautiful- home on the Arcadi Wtunan' Bowling Association Mr*. (tush Scott and Miss and hot chocolate: to the ------ witfiatorcost

,afternoon. After the in Avon Park, were Monduy riverside with tropical: landscaping at the' Palm House Edna Scott served cak. and following' member; Mrs. C. E. Lewis Purvis. Mra. W, O. Rails RFS

wedding, they. visited with Mr. guests of Mrs. George Leitner. The ladies were showq Wednesday. 'eb..12.-, p.m. punch to guest and .relatives.The Adam. Mrs. David Ilrowttrr.Mem. Miss Ella Balls Mrs Grayaun] S ,
Campbell's mother. Mrs. Ellen all about and given desirable All, ladies who bowl h1he bride and groom are James Boone Mts. Kale Ray burn. Mr. If M Shaver

Campbell. cutting of various plantings. wonncn's league are urged to now at home in the Oak Apartments Carltpn. Mr*. lien Mcqehee: Mrs Gerald Taylor and Mrs.I I WANT ADALL .
Mrs. C. D. returnedhoirvt
--...;..... Saturday Boring from two airs. Davis was asaiatad by her attend.. .. on East Hickory.: Ml**' Frances rVxmer, Mrs. Lyle Wood. I
a
guest, Mrs. Edward Doyle. Arcadia --- -
Mr*.' Lawlor' Word and Mrs.Jimmie ,
week visit in Brandon with members in Presenting an Interesting
party were
HolUngaworth pent her daughter, Mr*. O. K. Carpenter M.... J. E. Montgomery Mr*. and informative program, Mia Aent Jen imo's r '
!front until Hutchens will the history -
Tuesday Thursday Mr. Carpenter, and H. C. Avant. Mrs. Durward : discus ,
of last. 'week in Sarasota visiting sun Keith. and growth of the W1BC;
Smith Mrs. Violet White. 1\In. '
with Mr. and Mrs. Banks the many service offered to
Henry Lanier. Miss Bertie V.
McDowelL The McDowell' its; members the ,dutiea and
are ;
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bau- Gore Mrs. A. P. Holloman '
the winter in Saratoga responsibilities.\ of and
pending city
mel. children Susan. Sam and Mrs. O. D. Langford Mrs. Ei '
,\Miss. bossWurd's league officer: the win
from Okalona.
; I
Elizabeth arrived Wednesday C. Planck. Mrs. D. T Yeats and '
home town. front New York for a Mrs. Leila Newsome. Mrs. lr- dfomplonthip Tournament
visit with bar. mother Mrs ma Hall of Ft. Myers was also Annual meeting; the ..A.lUCro.r.m. ; I
Mrs. Leitner and and other Im-
George vitally
S. W. Ball and her aunt MU in the part After lunch: the
Mr*.' Grace: Smith were bus- portant subject If time permit
Rachel Simpson. ladies drove to Ft. Myers CiviC -
lawns visitor In Englewood *.. color slide will be I
Center to attend a lectureon
Saturday.Mrs. Ronnie Bowen of Luke Pla- Flower Arranging by Mr. shown. : o4Y SATURDAYFERRUARX
Fo..owlng her WIDe presentation -
cid John Thorn of Memphis, -
spent Tuesday in Arcadia. .
Lillian Wright returned Miss Hutchens: will
lie Tenn. A profitable and enjoyable -
carried his .
grandmother.Mrs.
home Sunday from NewportBeach conduct an informal question
time was reported by all. 8 1964
C. U. Boring, home with
Calif. where she had and answer session In orderto
After this the clubadjourned ,
hint to spend a few days with report
pent the past three week deal more specifically: with

tmd with Betsy her ,grandchildren while:their parents.Peter Claude the Jim Boring Bowen's Jr*. and the Its ranging.own workshop Mrs.business Montgomery on flower and presented held ar. any of particular problems that Importance might be or iT "ALL Tft'e'PA'NC ES YOU CAN EAT"Donation

U,. and Mrs. W. J. Wright. interest to the local: city assoc .
Jr.' >wre' on vacation.. Mrs. Mr*. Clara Blonquist arrived the basic designs employed iation. _

Wright drove to Miami, and Saturday from Chicago, 111., fora in arrangement, including Miss Hutchen has a long 2riii-n- : : $1.00 Adults
the
the
triangle,
wen{_ from there by plane. six 'weeks visit with her In varied angle, the crescent Ho career In bowling. Her average I ; ; : UT \
daughter Mr*. Joseph Goodman I I. In the 17O' and she has V\\J
1 I' Thom Gomersal of San Mr. Goodman and sinsCharles garth Mrs. Holloman Curve and demonstratedthree the circle. a high game and series of Ml 5ItW ( \ t50 Cents Children Under 10Serving

Francisco Calif., and a studentat and Steven. and e$.. She 1* now centeredin ,
lovely designs using, a
I Massachusetts: Institute of Atlanta Oa.. and travels '

. .r. Technology, was weekend Mrs. John Parker left Wednesday plum lovely blossom Japanese and ware azaleas vase with for throughout the Southern region From 7 a. m* till 7 p. m.
'guest of :Mr. and Mrs. Virgil of last week for Chapel representing W1IJC.
her first one. Mrs. E. P Massey -
,
and lUll N. C. where her daughter
Christ family.emends
. prepared several I piece
''i. Ann Is a. student at the SCOTT
%/'* ;;' Mrs.: Bill"SlomerTJjfwill University of North Carolina. using and other c.melllalOQuat green leave Will Sell CookiesGirl BUILDING

be sorry to know that she Ann was having a few day,, Scout: Troop No. USDA -

ITaitlll in the'Charlotte CornY off between' semesters *o went will sell Girl Scout' couk- CORNER OF WEST OAK' AND NORTH MONROE

dgjnMoity Hospital In Punta Gor-. with her' mother to Fayettevllle Roll Call Month I.. all this week and nest

r ,.T-T da- where she has bean for the for a visit with Mrs. Par week. (Across From DoSoto Gas Company) ,
>lMut tWQ weeks and is atilt ker' mother. Mrs. Martha For F. N. Assoc. The cookie sold will be w

...trlously ilL She Is In room Hurley, and other relative mint peanut butter and shortbread. SPONSORED BY ARt ADIA KIWAHIS CLUB :

;tl. 4, W.trlep sseg4ljl9r; s'card Mr. Parker plan to return to Will Sell Cookies .., .
....or letter. Arcadia the last of this week. "
The received. will be -
1 For the February Florida Nurse ha been Association used for camping.. equipment.Mra. Ticket Availably. from ,Any Member of qt the Poor

declared "Roll Call Month. A Donald McCord. Scout: Our Proj-cti Cj14DRE 'J
Episcopal Men Tourist Club meeting was held last week at Counselor Is general chairman ...... UNDERfRIVILEQED ; __ .
of the cookie ale. '
the Arcadia: General Hospital I -- ... .- _. .. ._ .... ... '-. .. --- .
Plan Pancake ---- ------ --- -- ----- -- -- -- -- -- --
.: with sixteen registered nurse
Ir .s Ladles: Night present. How the nurses In .. ._ -' --

Supper Tuesday this area could' become actively

The annual Pancake Held Thursday involved their aseeoiationwss
supper ,
Jay'the. Episcopal Men's Club discussed and moat of the .

*.or 8;. Edmund Church will bet Lea Lease served a* emceeat nurses showed deep interest. : 3 ROOM GR .p

",held on' Shrove Tuesday Feb. the Arcadia Tourist Club After consultation with the ef. '

11. in their Parish House on fleer of the association an
Ladles festivities .last
sight ,
""-Hickory. Street frown" SX: to other meeting will be- called' at
Thursday evening. Tba event which time pUn wilt be completed '
l fi{00 p.m. It was announced 06 QU4 T
was held in the Woman's Club for those who ? _
I here today. Price: will& be SO nurses .w- _
'hnsr fos>adult. and 19 cent where same 1M eopU feastedon wish to Joist to do o*. .. ..- ...

for ..dlof'aU, the pan- a ,"pot'luck tones' sup-1

*eak_ and sausage they can plamented with harry rolls and CALLING ALLHOMEMAKER5 0: .. Spe UUy> il l:ned f** the';:':":: .AO C O ,
!
.'..t. hot coffee. >;h. tlan/a...twH.1/ Mir lwdtlN tM.s N er1 M-1 tkr

IMS* Tits tradition of tha. -Pan- T1ae e--'en was 1A honor .II. 1 Lw plea// .". >' "ONE ''' coK otour
:: .
Teak. Day" in the Episcopal all the birthday of club mem- .y A. C. POLK. JR. S=t-: ;. : .

S Church U an ancient'one which bers foe the entire y ar. HOW 00 YOU START e

&same manner a* the "MardlCcame Gladioli and white and yellow runMigMiMO' voim lO..U.......... ::.. g

out of England In the mums as center piece and t tI ., ......... $ Ifns.

Jt p,.." (Fat Tuesday) came out large leave and glad. stems I Have asaedt 21 ,.. 0........
'iOf France. originate* in a decorated. the tab..... The din H I s ejMe. ...e ,note ancient t.custom when the) ner was served. by a crew ofhelpers '''re. erewi. .. V

days before a period of fastIng organized by Mr. Itenry C.Meat... and deeerat..received .
were devoted 'to revelryand (I.r
BaThe these ..- ,1-
merrymaking. Shrove men,** chorus was on .....c DOWN DILIM .
Tuesday, so called because on hand to sing "Happy Birthday One .aid healway .
\ .*****.....
that day the churchmen rune and Little Brown Church. starts .
teased their sin and were Chorus director U Joe Proud. with the floor .

"shriven" torgiven), was the Othe activities' Included remlnUrtng Covering. After sire.twdqnn 11 Pc. iIn1. ,.:r .
last day. e&r7' making before by Allen Pilch, this ha. been ..*.. POLK iI tf.>>,, "
.. ; decide ..,.... he work set ... ..;.:.. i e.b.r, MDaOOM SUITEI -
they went Into their Lenten poem by Harry King andgWtaa his color hai>e. setertaon aM e -....- ... ..... .
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r.... On that day, ending pUyiag and staging br
ef furniture drape and a.test. .- L..n..l.. ... ... ,. rle
their revelries. the English Lloyd Glover Den BeaU gave ... from there k_.. .p.a ...... ...... t., + t. o.eh. .
Churchqpen' ate pancakes suppos.dly "lAgcraoJU'a Eulogy at the Tombof lag In miad the type, eeier .ea. '......... 1 It
.. use up the remainIng Napoleon the First.'* The and feature. of the floor covering. ....... war eo.,e"s.e -.- 5'"t;

fat and oil which were) men' horu* returned to singmore -- .... __. -- 1WC8
food Lent. A famewe lady. ___.__ .ll
forbidden a* during selections followed by a .
aid tae. starts. walk .
see
Following" that custom St. Edmunds reading by Charlie Howe anda *e *
a< ___al .*f* .!_ titets
serve their supper to couple af short stone. by tin sari Sea !. tin llvI :T
signify the end of merrymakingand E. A. Master and HetnieKcrthkoves. a.. ?e a .A4 tin slit.. reeve err,

eatertaiament. and to uau- A* a deals Mr. .... west ......... ream t tlsfjg ?
er in the ""tad.f Lent during Proud brought the men hark a. tin hose.
which to prepare and look forward U sing Old Black J.e- and The third replied that she ,

to the Joyous scrota ef -Oood Night Ladles." tae always wall. begin with fc wall y dararatMtg......... ar 1 10 ft. UVfJSICROOM! > ROuplw .

nt IGs tar.Tb. Oanctnc eo.c1'I.' ..... The evenentertaJncnent paint ar a ccamhanataoa) efbh. ...... __ ,_. sea.hN a.k 1 tta..

.' supper. ie a naa-peefit Mp .. W. c-6IaII char. >f -an_*...< tea..a.. _

entertainment and .. open not Toe .Un..rt*.. ta.*. ta as.weaas.r. ::'i: tsU ad i -=. *
17995y
lnloemooas fss4s
eaUX la aoamber aC the church: r..aNlws oe lie'syw .
but to the general public. Sub-Debs Met With set s..-.. *. .e wMwl.l ,
.e a.e ..eJroe rsst. .. IwtM .
a. ........ aoa .... an.emit. trtC-s.
Earns Judy Dilhong .. ef IMS ....... wore Z1 Tc. D41VE'TTE .
Anderson .I I bee,,, ste atari _rtU. .. ,.. seat. ...o.1.a -
aaa ear
tine l ls ......
The sub-D.b. sne Mondayaiat .. w Or1 .e MaW aMstt .sVyWaVtaw. P.a9
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11M ar. seat s..amd gar eV gain..
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pis
Collete.Degree with Judy DuJMng and. Of __. peur format**** b.eeata>./ .. tr ..fTtt ..... .../elM.a.. /w..rr.t. .. ,Aar aoA>ti
P BPI* BaUight at pie fcnais and deeeeetsf'siB. eaea w era.. 11 aNrTH1H0 gWaeaaiwW.elkmegwss. ..
Or. Fatal H. UasvU&r t.*..- eat Ju dent nnnnnisi, that Andrew 'V. W. Dtakettg. wejr e< ..*.. waxs.> a* as Maha.M -C

Herbert ABdersnn ha* gradvated. r-.. plasu. a a.d arrw ... It yaw waat lass*.
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Paek.stk. .teat tsar ..... ....
fran Pafk CaOcca. wants 'sera sagas. far ... teem ysewW
Ma./ He ...ei.ed. a 1 land the a4rt Id.aa. is
to IN raw k T...... 't1M a.- .
Us5..tot fill Art .,..,.*. ** asset ..... wee as dYeI .- saMtiag. "
-. Dog !2.. I***, at the faD -<* *>- .... Arcadia StoriPolk
.. bet aw d.flaalI plasm. were T....../.. the be"... no'sno MusicFyfnfture '
a.-+.4.1. &.-de isv tan a!fags.Aueedst d ...... '. were sea
Aw'\ +wr. we. wale Oia I g .... ... aerlw. a. --- .. .i..t.a., -are

bam as Arcadia., inajHred fca Lair a.su.. .... ...... ..... tr serve. pee .__ a 2.1 w. OAK 11't'1EtI' >c'r WA E.11111ASNlATE
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Published Every Thursday DIAL WA 8-8501 TO PLACE CLASSIFIED AD
Thursday FeLruary e. 1964
4-A THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia, Florida.
SOUTH CENTRAL FLORIDA
SERVING THE HUB OF ,

i 207?O' W. Oak St. Arcadia Florida
HELP WANTEDMAN established voting place. In laid City "" Courte.lmort ..ca_ v_. -
PHONES WA 8-8501 OR WA -8511 between the "hour- of _... o'Clock W tiER fAS. C'-tor 16110 Special r i News 'I
A. M. and S"dock P. M. Aci,,, of tho 1933 Mwon ot the L.oQ'" Pine Level

Classified 5 cent.. per word. Minimum charge: $1.00. Eastern In Standard the offico Time of. to City till Council ho vacancy Quir 10'....t tho of tho Movor State of tho of City Florida. .of Arcodia ....

WANTED to manage ..ndoper.te man occasioned by the death of within. Ion day af tor such
Display Advertising in classified: section $1.26 per retail Watkins Count.(man Wallace I f. Haltnn. ta-wit! : vacancy occur!. to call on election MRS. T. E. MIZELLEThe Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knight
a .
column inch. Minimum size accepted-on* inch.: .CITY MALL rrecloc Mo. 1 to be held within; thirty ,day. from of Tampa. were Saturday.
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Route in this area. (Would consider .oc: T.wnsnd. Clark such call to fill 'such vacancy and
Lillian ....." .Inspector WHEREAS, Section 52 ., th. Char community was saddened guests- of Mr. and Mrs Ev
AU classified: cash with order unless Advertiser lady 40 to 60 years old.) L.,.. New_., Inspector .... ot trw. Cty of Arcadia provide y4 SI by the death of Mrs. Alice Knight.
Earnings of $129 per week from Hotel Robert. Inspector that such iloction shall to held and
has established account with The Arcadian. I Tom Howard, Marshal conducted In the mormor prvwritood" Hull last week. Mrs Hull was Mrs. Rob Holllngsworth of
the very beginning. For per- YOUTH CINTIR I PrNMeS Nw 2 by ,... .law ct the Stoto of Florida I Y the of Mr. and Mrs.Besie \ and
Harbor
Deadline for Classified Ads Wednesday 0-00 ajn.Claislfled sonal Interview in ;your home Moodok.no. Lang ford. Clerk end ; daughter Safety Mrs v i
Forma Britt. Inspector NOW THCMEFOftr. I I. P. f. Spoor. rGRADUATESMarine Keen her mother being Hollmgsworth: of Arcadia: .

w set in eight point type. Average 48 words 627 write Williston Mr. McGarity Florida.P.O. Box I Florence Byron F-ote.Couanrnour Inspector Inspector lid. tw. Movor ot tho of author tho Clay In of Ar mo. the sister ot :'11". C. W. Haean. spent Friday afternoon ,*:

per Inch. I, F. Murphy. Marshal I ... f codia thn. day do call' on .tocl_ l late of Pin:' Level and she guests of Mr. and Mrs\. B W
19-20-21-c<< 2 That uch fill said: taidolfctwn
only persons shnll bo to be laid to vacancy
the
liable;, far electron to fill such vo- to bo held TuoiaovFonrwory was well known over county Killingswortn Sr., and Mi
S Dox number charge 29 cents extra. If repU. to Coney who or. e."a_ of the State I : 2S. 1964. Inon occoroanco Interment took place at Marianne Sellers.Mr. .
be mailed 50 cents. of Florida and of the Arca w th opplcobl., taw Friday
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dia, and who oro ouoli:rf'voter IN WITNESS WHEftCOP I Kovo Camp Ground Cemetery Bill Messer of Mulberry -
NOTICE ot *o id Slate and City, according I hereunto ... and. .....- Our sympathies are extended the weekend with
classified rates. spent hrdaughter. >
at o'1rttMrGh
Card of Thanks charged 'I low.J. .... S.ol of Arcadia, ot
That all candidates tar till Arcadia Florida, this 2SrH' day ofonuoy to her family. :Mrs. Oralee Layti.n

.' NOTICE-I I will ne longer be ,I .City... vacancy Councilman" In of the offico: of of P.,94Movor P.: Spun Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Carlton. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Sui. -

Arcadia, Florida shall I-Olift': with I Flo City etMARGARET Sr.. Mrs T. S. Carlton and Miss mcrolls drove to Lake Worth
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUSFOR responsible for debts Incurred the City Recorder of tho Cit Arcadia. called .
by anyone; other than ef Arcadia, Florida by .ubtcriMno.. to WAY Kate Carlton of Arcadia for the day with her brother
.... wool I oath. o* prexrtb-d t>v low C ty Mecorder of the City of on Mrs. Zula Williams Fri. and family. Mr. and Mrs. EXit '
FOR SALE SALEFOR myself Charles Harry Lindsay and the Ordinance. ot the City of I "Arcada." Florida
P.O. Box 3, Arcadia Fla. Arcadia and hall pay fa the City _January 30 1944 day.Mr. Kersey and family.Mr. .
recorder a Quolifyma fee *I. on Private Murphy \
and Mrs. Isbone -
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1112131419181713PBOUGHT or before 4 3O 'clock p. oo. NOTICE and Mrs. M. F. Mizelli
FOR RENT or Sale-Three and : o Tommy e. Mlzell.' ion ",
i SALE Us.d Gao ...no..1 Uth day .. February, 1964 I SEALED BIDS will be received by the ; and his brother from Lake
one-halt acres land. Cleared AND COLD Fine 4. That ,... parson. receiving tho Board Of County Comoft..........* otOSoto .f Mr. and Mrs. M. .f. Mil- of left Saturday afternoon f o i r .
DeSoto Bates
Good Condition. and Mrs\ Rosa
,ready to plant. Telephone WA in ,, .hiahett number of vote. cot at such. County Florida at the Court- all cf Route 2. Arcadia, lo Weir Parris Island S. C., to attend
Gas Company. Phon. WAlnut things bought and sold at tcwciol election": for tOft.c. of ''hou>e 'in Arcadia Florida. until 10 Arcadia spent Saturday; afternoon -
8-8753. I' Smith's Antiques. Located on City Councilman. of the C.ty ef Arcodio i clock' A. M February II. 1964, for scheduled to complete recruit Arrenia the .graduation of their son
13-14-13-18-17-1S-18-20-P -4901.. 2tlcI Florida hall be. elected to verve metal culvert pipe a'a folws{ training. .Feb.. 5 at the Marine as guests of Mrs Tommic from ,Marine\ boot
U.s. 41 at Virginia Avenue In .... unewxrod term .* Courxilman SIZI
I FOR SALE Brand new 30 Punta Gorda. Florida. Visit ua oat oo u, 'uoiOH| .4 eieiiOAAwwn d.9 11! 14. Corp. Recruit Depot. Parrl. Wuthrlch .and the George: : training Feb. 4. Tuesday.Dr. .

JOHN PARKER I calibre 19 shot Army style soon. 6tfc mar.hiono toffico number* receive ef' vote on equal for such and 43 M 27 12 Island S.C. Cunninghams. and Mrs. Robert Bo,i

automatic rifle $77.77.' Also such parsons shops draw lot to !SS 34 .12 and children of Arcadia were
REALTOR ............... who Moll MC...." .... ..f.lac. 71.44 .12Pipi
electronic Doc Trainer (or .. In oceordanco with Section M Sunday guests of her mother,
Arcaada
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I shock collar). Perfect for SERVICES IOO ISI Florida Statute to bo delivered at far ARCADIA LIVESTOCK MARKET: Mrs. Zula Williams.
HOMES GROVES 3. That tho City Recorder be and annual I mpply, o. needed The Boo I RANCHES breaking :your doc from bad .ho I Ie hereby directed. to cause to reurve tho right to react any or oil 1\11'11.' M J. Waters. Jack Ji
ablts. Tlnsley'a Feed Store. 22 bo publlched.) ..... ..-iufan o. Pa I'I bid. and, to award the contract or and
und her
Corner CLASSIFIED' '' DISPLAY iico ot tho holding' ofMen Soocial/ [ contract to the bet .lntorot. of 0. daughter son-in-
Celt Oak and North DeSeto I South Orange, Arcadia WA 9- Iloction. ;m the Arcodton now*. l| Volo County AddreM bid to Board. law. Mr and Mrs Larry Lynn
Livestock
of CommiHioner BOB 401
3201. 19-tfa pop" of oonoral m CountY ReportJanuary
Arcadia Ph. WA 8-5431 .... City of Arcadia Pb.Wead'ii.. ._ Arcadia rloricta' of Bean City spent Sunday
.gRVICLS; -To Working Moth UCCOMIVO '-. mmodiotoh/ follow' BOARD Of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. with the T. E. Mizellcs. Ka)
FOR SALE-International. 'ma fed data h roof. H. D. CAKNER ChairmenM
Will for small chile
I irs- care Thw Novolufion' odootod) and pub. tryd w. T",... SecretoryISIAC and Larry were married Jan
CLAISIFItO PI1FLAVFOR See Grady Harrison at Soil dren In my home by day. Contact : Ilea,,,,,, t...,_' dosed by tho City j| / ) 29 1961 :23:! 11)61) and spent a hor'hon..ymoon '
Grove Tractor. Price $330. Council: of A.cod.ode .. a Jan. 3O. Fob: 6. 1944
Mrs. Viola Bohrer WA ,- Spocial Mooting/ duly, callod on this I on the east coast
I Conservation Office. low 28lh day of lonuary 1.64.| 'N TNt CIRCUIT COURT OF THE l 612 head of cattle and calves in the offering.! Slaughter They will live in South?BJ)

SALE 19-20-21-22-p 4181. 1S-1B-20-21-P r.'R'tc-J- I TWtLFTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND steers and heifers scarce cows steady bulls scarce und *'
I of the CnV of FOR OIIOTO COUNTY. FLORIOAI for the present. They are bnth
Arcadia Florida. 7 I IN CHANCERY calves steady. Stocker steers steady heifers steady to
,
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Chevrolet In
at Belle
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New and Used Mobil Homes FOR SALE-1t 7 Mercury Station > SgRVICIS-Fublle secretarydictation Jon. :30. Fob. <-f3*. 1'6. 1, NO. '..J'O employed .
wagon. Refrigerator and rapid typtat. By MOTICI' TO APPEAR' 1.00 higher cows steady and calves steady to .50 higher Glade.

New 2 and 3 bedrooms, priced electric stove Call WA 0-4781 hour or Job. Write Box 1011. IN TWILFTH TNI CI.CU.Tco JUDICIAL CIOCUITN OF THE I 1, DALE Plaint FOOTER, f 85 per cent to stocker 13: percent of the !sale! cows. 11 1

as low as $309900. Top Arcadia, Florida. ]'-0 AND FOR OIIOTO COUNTY Ft6R.IOA' VtMIN1Y. percent Itt the cows slaughter.
fUr 5 pm. 19"P (0.500NOTICE I I. ol.
IM CMAMCIRT MO COHEN ef .
prices offered on trade-ins. _____ -- OF SUIT Defendant Advertising In newsplpt'nIs
FOR SALE 1062 Chevy i JCHALO t. NiWStKRV, I TO THE CIUNOANT.. Henry I I. Cohen Slaughter Heifers Slaughter: Vealertt news It is Information about,

STATEWIDE convertible.: Excellent condl-: CftAVIlY TRACTOS.S Plaintiff, .. alive., ,rj 1 and voof. >t, owad 1eO'o.to h.. unknownheir .oronte Uty .....?.$16.00 to $17.7G Good ...... 22.75 to 21.5O merchandise, services or ide.

MOBILE HOMES INC. lon. Transmission just rebuilt. Lawn Nurtary Gordon Ros LYN MASH NIWBCKRYOotondont and to ort perone having or Stdn ... .. :20.0O:! to 22.00() and inventions of people who

J Call WA 8-7281 10-e 30' Movor.notary. CultlvotorMatory TO .ROSALVN MAtH NCWBfMRV. claim mg <,no. .mid (and Interett: m she follow Slaughter Cows ...... 18.00 to 19.;>0 pay to have such news published

Hwy. 17. North Wautthuta --- --- _._- Flow. a. F, p t4o 2 I e1nb.A of StV. of Section Uty ........ 14.00 to 15.50' Cull so that the customer "may. '
2"1r: 15 00
PhoneBARKLEY'S Cairo, Gvorglo :. 39 South Nanao 29 -..... "
QftOUNOS IQUIPMIMT CO. Cut ... 11.00 to 13.75Slaughter know.
TRACTOR Tiat Vou aro Hnrvby notiflod that a Eo.t. tn DoSota County. Floridaubiect .m. Stocker Steers
PR 2.1214 '' S.. 847 On... Flo. wita divarco ho boon Inttitutod : to fiohl-et-wov eoome -
Mow eoeo eo ./2./. M tee by the obovo nomoil plaintiff' the >nt* cf rerraYOU << Good ......$19.50 ---- -
.en... .tee* eoeot eeh. o. (18/le/a' obese .tyloo).court ogairwt, you and, AND IACM OF YOU ARE MERCBV Bulls
ply .loroe eveee* liree. tot toe Me you -. horoby. adored. ......... H: andoqjuirml NOTIFIED that onveamt ha Uty ........ 14.00 to 15.00 Med( ...-.- 16.00 to 13.25;
treatee.STAMOASB. toi.Ie your -..* la .... been f.led egoinftt you -... thorelief Com ...... 15.00 MUSCULAR
FOR SALE BY OWNER-First. w. ..._ ....... WANTEDWANTED plaintiff Bill of Complaint. f ilod' ogo I wucht "the auwtma of the Cut ._... 11.00 to 1420:;
OIL COMPANY C..I) 0a t you obovo tyUd. COIMOwth lira. In me plaintiff, to ;the above
Mortgage on Local Property I Cairn o I
ACHESPAINSTake
tho s. abavo ktvlod. described land. Stacker Heifers
8% interest payments monthly. Hit ANDIS1OM, DletiRiotot a.._ used pl."... Court on tho 3*>h day of February, YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARC HEREBY Slaughter Calve!'
30$ 5..n Io4, and of SUMMONED. ORDERED AND Requirod Med ... 16.75; to 22.00
to serve o copy true, .._
24 OO
present balance .820.00. Address I Will trade furnitureor >. Good _.._ 19.00 to .
on new on wor on Lewis t BurvM. f 0 So : to tilo' your written oo eror PROVO tablets when. you
Box 801, Lake Worth. -- new piano. ARCADIAMUSICFURNITURE 23*. Arcadia. Florida. attorney, for, do f one* to lad complaint haremoouimt Stdn ...... 18-OOto 20.00 Com ...... 15.00 to 17.00 want temporary relief from
plonl.Pn. default of which. the yru 'In the obovo eni tlodcoueo
I Vim. 18-19-20-e STORK: motion alloood m void -_- -- -.- ----- HAMILTON'SSPECIAL tie bo token o5 confoMOd by ando .... Circuit Court in DeSoto County: stiffness often associated with
FOR SALE-Now t feed room aocroo pro confn o ..J-:"' Florida. m the. Courthomo 'in Arcada. -- Stocker Cows
-- -
you ant tho ploawitaNw.d. to Florida. onor b.b.M 2Sth day
home. Central. air' condition MEAL ESTATE WANTED ? of ,........". AD. 1944, and) to *ervt ,. Com ...-.. 15.00 to 19.50 Arthritis Rheumatism. UursiMIf
,..
P'WITNESS w"/wt''hari.f /1d. 't My.r., .teIa. to 'H Lumbago. Backache: and
Have buyers for Improved pad effkk,1 Copy at Such on wer or tefone onChMterfielil thus Inf _....... 10 00 to 16.QO
ing and heating. Large lot. o craw Map .f so.4! C.5.,1: Mi' 2.0S dow At1.nay. : Mov. JIS M>. Oak MroetArcexJta. I "sure. proof nsd.d to 055,51 Painful Muscular' aches. Lose
JSmalJ down payment. Balance t:1, acreage. Please |lv.*"de- A. 0.. 1944.Sf a Arcal.o, ... plaintiff* ottornoyherein Ii dMma..q its ruinbi of w-
: Circuit of
.ortelab.
wok '> < MIVJ oorli cal.,i-e .iota County.IISLII'. ,....teN. *OMf data a* font ot the Urn Judicial Slacker Ilulfa these discomforts: or your
like rent. Or will build to suit. : ; lapis legal price terms, owner Florida composed ot Charlotte Collier
.. ..n5. .. M..are,. N.. <( Your lot or mine. M. D. Lamb. ..... Cr..o ......... orooortv.ootoH or agent Roy Key Itealty. P.O. I. AVAMTClvrk rule' of procedure. It you.. fad to dow I OeSoto. Glade i, H.a :, Leo.Monotee Med. .._... 16.75 to 23.75 money back. At all drug count-'
and Saroeoto
A. ......... ....li roc ..." of tho Cirrult Court' o decree pro conteo w.!l bo counties ers.
broker WA 8-2981 nit. u'....... Box 1323. Coral Gables, Fla.19.1940.21p. DeSoto County FmrinViBy entered. ...._. "you for tho relefiHilniiideJ A.Dated O. 194fd this. Jth day ot February. Stocker Calve' Arcadia/ Drugs 6 8. DeSeta
ALFHA, iHjZMtnamIIWIS doe carsp/aoW. ,
171S1920PFOR .- -- _... O. C. IT IS E"I, O DERIDtat tM I Gerald H Price I, ,LudetaJulian Jr Good .._... 18.00 to 21.501
SALE-rurnlohid JACK CHAITAIN .. I.J.V"" rrde and notice Mall bo pwbmhedonce
-- O Clarkion
S roNr Af1'M ot Low o ..... for four conoocutrvek Med __ 16.75 to 20.80
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WA *.|*n N Mlohr WA tilt P. 0. L.. J7eArcatlia. in the Arcodian, o noMjaoorn February e-IJ. .194Z0mt
/ house air conditioned. Corn- / FloridaATTlif Arcadia. OeSoto County Com ...... 14.00 to 17.00 NOTICEDue
pletely furnished Including.automatic Hamilton R.l olty : A Taut COPY I ado
washer. Call WA 9- L EGA l Lelie' I. Avont WITNESS my .hand o* Cloak. of said. Stocker Calve 100-25O
Clor..i Circuit Court ot County
and} Office (North ef Theatre tho Circirlt Court OeSoro
8781. 18-19-2O-2I-P DeSoto County. fleridoBy Fonda. and the teat .* the ....d Great farMiiwrl Good ...... 23.50 to 24.25 to limited time I
.. .. NOTICES I ALPHA CrXiTZMIfst&fSl O. C Court ot AreorMa. OoSotO County. can do only tax return f
-- -- -- (SIAl) Fior-V. tho 29tn day of -.,. Med[ ...... 19.50 to 23.25

BUSINESS ROOM eennectlftf) FOR SALE C.It rue ,,.... Pineapple 1 ._-" Jon, Ja). .,.. 6-I-3O.. 1944rc7 /. D. I I9 4IESIIE. t. AVANT Mra$ Cuts Com ...._ 160Oto 19.5O have handled in previous
apartment garage and utility years.
and Valencia budded I THE "TA...y iiS"oPISOTO f.- Clork. of the Circuit Court Inf ........ 15.00 to 16.25
building. 210' highway front- hun registered t...... H to "A COUNTY Delete County, florida. Zonwx a doctor loess Squid Clients may make appointment
.g.. Business room adaptableto For the ourpeoe of mokmothoI9o4 By ALPHA INTZMINGEKD or ointmont. .noOxg.. holpo bop -- by calling WAlnut 8-
net* on lemon root. It. C. Xeene 1 DeSoto County T.. AetaMenent C. tinor_ 'buns." cuta. titiilxo Tandy. --
living quarters. Near city. Carlstrom Field Road. IN VMI COURT OF TMI COUNTY ROM, I Mall I to tn the Precinct on ATTEST A true. opv anUMpUe, ooooo itch .
WA 9-2358. 18-19-20-21-p on FLORIDAait dote* ojven b..- .. tecehio your tareturn letlio f. Avant. ClerkIritwmtje p.uuprfne; The average daily readership -
otoeouMTT
_. Juee. o : n TMO. ocavmo, I
-t-u -- on Reel TwgblMwal ay Akre *. O. C. bpseralsin of by Jams R. Mund ll
family
MTAT"MAVIM4 MOeATS .. ..' r.r.:: >eronolty ISAlJ .th.....s f cot. ow newspapers .
FOR SALE-4 .bedroom house. FOR ALf-1 well drilling .ma. 'M 1 Dae.fTo o. /'_ onU ouallcot-en. for> tlomo.. Jan 30. ,... 6-1)-20. .1964 .we ....... a..un.. For stubborn Income: Is. 93 per cent for all 10 S. DeSete Ave.
10 CHILD.
Small down payment. Call chine. Good condition. 8-3: All CSIOiTOUAN.. P$ SONS :::' end C.eiiyfion, WIUBW t.emo 'Novice 0. -PVSLvC, MfARIMdthe o.s 5 81s Juts .ilssgs z-. U.s. families with Incomes of Arcadia Florida.

WA .- 7ai after 8 pnu 19-p and 4 Inch hollow rod. AU necessary CLAIMS"" o. efMAMPtA --. Onotiltty l.eenotejn. o* ... .. more than 97.SOO
AIMST SASS) IITA11aYws ,.... .. .fa C.nw.on' .
-- ----- -- tools. Cheap. Retiring.V. hereby --.. lint ta.i .

POI SALE I .bedroom' C. O. Jackson: Sa3S-14th Street. ,, DtttMO.)eel.....each t.ejMired ot yaw to Mp'w ore onv School to 9-t HOUM.AM.Ft' W_. '.00 Honorable., the. Stoto c. Fern ot. ,aryont.ornor _....... Ge-I I.

home. Large living room. West, Bradenton, Florida. cinans.._ of end d.n.orah.. nova_eooiewt y.y*noottoto a H .ida.'s S_. IP Code. 9:30e : Mid O ......... .haarvie Ot 9 00 ... !
*ou. weiv
wall to wall carpeting. Large 17I8l20p, of 'T. la CfMU. e ee. W.oef 1000 A.ri ""st" ......... on a.. --It.:. the February County 24N4 ClieniulmChomoor : en USE THIS CONVENIENT I FORM
kitchen and utility room with "''sj.-' H C :"y 1.-= Casa.5Sfp0a A ...t. .. fed role CounevCo '
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( Countv. Florioo. ot ..... e....... C1wnch. ....._- IMO ... ttouwl, launt.. Ftaeido ond of
and Lot otCountyot
large carport patio. oll-io IHej court route
ex N 11.0: M. 2 K P M on -doi>.. F.tinier-, 24.
Inside limits. A re oelio. Pisw., oiltiinf c.e : VowtH .*.. In. M County ComnMevon mootIne To order
ilia. 73'xlSO city FOR SALE .. ... /, N an..f... aM. CjJMor AntodiO 11:43v >e ourWANTAD
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See owner at 211 East PalmettoSt. .... .toC.- .> .....* __.. Too / w I'(-;wa.Urwnvdle. 200Rw _room_ot the Leo Coun Court..
WA 8 7741. 19-20-21-22-p New sad Uteel Meblle.. Homes. .. -;H .-- or uiniioml felt t:
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toe en -... .. one txall east f ... ...,. of ro..il neo onrt pow otte. 2:45: N FOR BETTER BUYS
FOR SALE S ...4,..", CBS N.wl: and 3 bedrooms, priced wkk.ss 5. toeae'I, aid Walt 3.13 P. M.ow 3.45 P. I

house. Excellent location. as low as $ tS.OO. Top .e.M.b. .war.P.: .tt.nar to w ':.N thwa.l.rtw :..:J oo i5aMaliaise SEE US
..... .. Rows' char iIs. Pino Lord" 4 30WaSand.y CALL. TODAY
8300 down or rent $es per prices' offered on tradeins.STATEWIDE fN .a .wa.r satvh

I month. Contact Louise Albrtt- .tram.. a de.hera ell w ideMs.N .. ''.P-uo'' I2fh WA 9.5571
-GIOnCI T. itONISRAKI Sct-eI .r Stefan .......... COO
ton WA 8-8722. 19-p A. M. BUY Or THE WEEK II
A* eO o< ot Ins Dial I
c"LdzlMr. 20 Word
MOBILE HOMES. INC. 930 N 9:45:
... 4 mature
Hr. acres troyo
FOnTsALE .; 'leT'oJ.ANOTict
OR. TRADE Income T .,......... ._ .. cleared. 1 Day $1.00 WA 8.8511
Hwy. 17, North Watt..H.la Jew "t\o.--:. 1944 e. C- / 14 acres In pasture, Minimum
property, four rentals.. ..n 11000 ... 0IS A .... Nice wU kept threw bedroom -

East Fort Myers, flax 112. Tlce. Phea.BARKLEY'S .. e. /NIIHYION' fe ai.MfianctiTtoys 30fct 5tAhNa..1SiAr..LAAsada.. home. SIB.OOOOO Count Name, Address .or Telephone Number If Used In Ad

Florida.. ._19-20-21-22-p FR t-WU N i..e .. .s..ay eo-nMtt t/sN tke5..a s2=1 aotIe..1,1.'If.s.wM ......... ACREAGE 20 acres Good
--- .cow .. .pew w Bowl land. 9Z7000O.
FOR RENT a ST w .t_: F.M.wy... .. t J'" NICE HOME 9 bedroom
; = of :lllA:"r'iQIIH'7f1j1'crc. .: ;: e .. M Apse 1 2 3
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Land-
iIse .-" et 0.... Bled _Ie Nal. I. home with Urffe lot. 4 S
d .s sal scaped. .7JOOOO.Jarrvift .
POR ...NT-Nk.,)' f.I"' //ww..t- r.oa use NvMa cMA e1 .. RMA GAaiy M.AAP, y
apartment. Couple only.. 17 FOR C..al .= 4 : ..,. P lo.en'r ,- A.wwr ONw. Caws Hamilton ..-
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South Manatee" Avenue WA P. 055 00 r..W Ticerasa. "OCLAnoM -- S 9 10

1772 19-Ue -- N seed --- w.. S. 9.d.Sto '' 12 *. ...!.Ie Ave. WA 1.""
04 eec now- ae.CRCnaw:rah. C-aN ,
GEORGE P. LAMB .... ___ ea slid Ml ,__l.e oo
FOR.RENT-roraloMtd dupts.. = a_ 1M.d. scm Se 'he down : Jean Dead Betty Ai ow '-
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Conveolent I..UoG.I N. ... 7M Arcaela. ton L..!;...OJt0 Y wabwHv. '---0 JL 11"4" w I Jock Cfcaetal. U 14 '-
Monroe. Phone W 8-8788. aa.O+M parhsn el to --,
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FOR 'RENT Twor.*... INCOME TAXRETURNS L:=.:.*.... LP, A. less II" IT !. |9 2V (minimum. )
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apartments one with shower 1t50.YTpN ,

and 'ene with bath. Secofloor. ....ees.At. "'-"yiMow .. Homes FOR SALE Acreage

1 Adults only. Mildred ,n. :....r is ear C-:"::" ..4C.S..d..e 21 XI 23 2t 2SI

Morgan, 128 S. WWar.e .. PoedwJa..ewy _
H Urrvard.192Oe ClAStttMa CtFVAT ;3 I5K =.se L awe5 A nsre frame 3 bedroom Country Home and eiM acres

'awe.i.t .f w..... Hoe Urie and o( fnut trees
:_ Seca shad tree plenty I Run la CLassiflraUon .. fur ,
FOR RENT Dupl.r.3S saw ot 0.0 II.U ....I&lit L.. too Priced ,to sell. -.....+.+a. llkl1
.asaew N SsWa M- I Week 3 W_ka
,1 Gloria Avenue, ArcedU. <4 drw .... ..... a5 no C+" NAasa. -o 111. We.k Fiw .:

rooms flreptare.. rarport. NE Income TaxService wawa .o rev. --.. n.a A 4.bedrc M. Cenntrr Homo suVety located, dee acre 70 wn1U 1 M ...tntwww95' 1Wi rfwLlhnH.wT

1'1 8->>" Punta Oorda or 2Oa.mlngo .oars a. nkw.se w 34 all Mil w, bed.aMM ,ak5ar P apt Und Available. wiiii or" without 'sn .-. and rea.vrtceU I: >ftft"-V"t' }

; Court Highway n.Route ilcitrr 45. trod c .soh4b1,7. to auu jou. ,.... I ,e W01UM 130 45W 43A
ifjiqOJIO
No. 1. Bow II". Punta -- M ------e- .8 WOft 700 alto

Gorda. ITa. 19-2o-2l-22-p Si tat. -nsn. WaM. S47SOO rT acre burs this 20 aeree of Und tHafs all l e /k1AflntTifl'CAt.
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REASONABLE PRICES .Ate M a d.
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o* No"; C cleared and ready to be set In Otnto nee unusual bay
ro.NTe... : ....., u.f.rnleh. .,.... All UferoitaUeMFlf :::--r as ::...:.::.. = U shoaled. .la a (re. ..e .are*. >
... 3 bedroom home with sew oOMoe .o war suer.. BLIND umniR JOe ADDmOXALI
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.t Trip a
50 srtl 0.dS w :hoIt .
carport. School' convenient.. S.tI.8CU. Owaraateed. .line:: .*.*agA"" '00:1..r: "13 N Pa c- Well --.w acreage a' ast itnconunonl.y ... ...... A
WA t-lMS. It-tie ....... 'Tmai
or .e w c- N Aawa. wows total of le KM o: 4 a 3 txdreom" COLS I

F NT-O.-M4f : Mildred Morganin .wr eo'.w Waf be a..a era ptwpetrV will oU tart. Cnt reWlloMil ADDRLS3
: __ t.' -- w e.y -- |D| l JS
house. ,. isle awes 4 Ir.a bore M fo..aweOaiAt. a
Adjacent
Xwlk niahed Chk Store. IM Nl onStreet. S. Sreverd. Ave Ssw.A sell 5 Isr.Pa S.e u. for tv.:1. : d::...,s about U U rompWtotr turniehed Tbe Above ELMS Apply te Loral AdvTtWn g 0atFI

1 ..r w e... 2 bedroooa. bims pig at iut $2300.
ooe nsn oy .
WA ,444. l'-p I .
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far M aeee.e. -=:.. ::;. FOR KANCIIKS CROVI-S ACKE-ACCS : ; e
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a. I1a-. a.b.ra Id.ow I P. O. Box 670
lOOAlOO. Set furnished' or un I : 'eiwst JOHN .PARKER Realtor
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furnished. Outstanding; buy e* d. a --k] : .-= -=-- -.. Arcadia i Flo. .
WAe-a//le..w. ..... : M a..raW 3o- MILLIE PARKER AooetUtoo S>ATM 1C I A PAISDEE'wA :
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: **** : ;101 J I : .t!i;:t \ iIU 1 THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia, FlorWa i Thursday! February 6, 1064 > 5-A?
'LOCAL IN" : ( ; : :':' .! : i'I:' ;.. iii iL 1 -. a L.t r .
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! CD Mobilizes Area to Fig/i Hurricane Site In College StateIn .1 BOWLING 4 I


accordance with notion. NEWS
fAditor'. Not: Cary T"lrr was news .breetor for heard representatives- of the American Red 1 Cross I LEfT CIVIL DKKKNSK headquarters to>> returnto of the Florida Baptist State t
tion KPLC-TV. is Lake CMarltm. La., and 1'1141o""a.. report that shelter areas! haul. been designated:: on my station for regular ft p.m. newscasts. Our Contention! in Novl'mb.'r. I IIM3.
TArr.deeror Calcafitn I'arith a" Ctrl Defense rfuViH." Unmeant Csis dye Jterecently mere ready. Welfare officials reported that food entire'y to Interviews with Worrell and Steph- bllshment uf a Baptist !I
moved to>> a :afoM Rouge frferuioit stalia*. supplies had been and These. two men Informed the of thehurricane's junimcollege \IEtl: 'HANTS'
... inventoried transportation enson. public the 1.tAGHE: 612. Turner Realty lost 3-1
this Florida
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ro/ story d..crihr.tONl cirit d','*... tit it* personnel. had been placed. at the ready and Red 'location, the preparations. that ha l been llupti;.t t nub III.uk and Ray Atkin tu (nit place Peace! River Moving
*/ eoordma Commiasion iv.iki-
ffortt
0 01 police Are. and Cross shelter area had been confirmed.\ made and told the people of the preparation theypersonally
other commxitirjservice* during an. rmrracxry, met meld make. In lieu ofh.. fact thatdarkness th. following anrvHinrentcnt: sto'ic the honors In the Mowlln Roy Gregory; come up with
(M.Aumcan.'. ttireat.JBy .0. was approaching and there was the possibility The Florida Baptist 1d"c: 1- loop this' week at Howl :208-MO. Hurry I urlil S32 mU
GARY TYLER both REPKESKNTAT1VKS ;:f military!! th" slii: that "Cindy" :might:: arrive before dawn, Uon Connnisi i* ready to t..md. Ut4. teed off iwan for Dick UimaMwin 312-328.: Jim
and
reserve t-nit* residents were urged to stare loose covet Circa C'nla. pumped.. out gate 1 Albrltton 318. Palmer
standby any gear; reecho offer tit site fur Spreader
On the had been u
the had !
morning of ) placed at \ehirles >
en
Monday September 1C. I heanl or tape all windows; stock up on rumbles from members of staff about Weather readied for immediate operation: and clearances had IUiptit Junks cuilne to be
Bureau concern rejrartlins my a small arci nouthwrstof .been obtained front higher echelon. The C.vll Defense and such canned as goods kerosene; check lamp emergency, and check lightingequipment bat located In the .&..1"'. Su,h often nice 11.18:. serli. tiny Alkina. ...(j Bill McAnly; pumped a
Brownsville. Texas. Dy 10 a.m. Chief Meteorolo- Chaplains' Service reported that all member tery-powered radios prior to darkness.At hould include thl following really butted! up he" tnaulos in 217M7. George| P hirer 212
Rut Joe Worrell, at the United State Weather of the clergy had Lean notified, and j.laee.1 on requirements: h i last gamy with M hi.* :UfU.iu1 : -5-MI while Dad! Taylor 'rollerf -
Bureau in Lake Charles said: that ho was becoming: standby. Salvation Army:! officials: reported. that 9 a.m. on September IT. llarrlcane I Cindy 1. Art RdUtIu.ah of a :MB i...,ii.-t. l hay, bt\ Meet stexidy with 55i. <-rc'split
concerned about the area, which _was gaining in in. mobile canteens and other disaster( equipment had slammed, late the High, Island I :. area of the. TexasGulf vampu in. f..'. Midctlcton ('at, 'y In their 2-1 with Tropical Kxt. Frank
tensity and save indications of becoming the third \bean requested! front. New Orleans. and Trout Texas. Coast and. began la lose Infertility as she leer than IOU ucrt It must
tropical storm of the season. Communications Service official, such ash... telephone moved inland. High tide and flooding eotutltion hive u clear titlo/ and| i>w mi I.:Mt gains r.uin ut| u IfMiUrruhh : Keene IIH! thr way with :2I1Ma. !I:"!-
I arranged for emergency! : communication. for our company and Wetern Union reported that *. which were preciously" predicted for the outright gift <* tutal Kr:risk Kr.-tw flr- : Hubby llvaiii All and Club
television studio put my entire new staff on utan.IJ all preliminary work had: been completed. Cameron area. dW not occur and Weather Unread =2. It must bo accessible t.> .t a 310-Mfl.! Jimmy Albrit-' "...uk (VI3. Gulf Naval won 3-1
J by and went to Civil Defense headquarter for an Representative of all city, parish and. state alHciala gave clearaace tee Cameron Civil the population ufh.* Kcner-il I lOIn 31*. suit .H..y Orgi>ry ;313- over Burfic-liU Shop Junior
informal meeting with Civil Defense Director Larry governmental bodies reported that all necessary Defense to allow the. people of the pariah ta crest of Its lucntma amt In ..1tuiUiblu Ml: Mlil.Metun$' split :3-S with Nnrrla :a I.N. and Bob Kri.:kun -
Stephenson and Tom McCool I. his assistant.I steps had been taken all personnel placed at return \-.. their h...... envlruiHnviit. \\ltldritti Co. Joe MotttuOMtlr.ilK.l :IOl- JI.

standby. all heavy equipment and vehicle read- The tension wma relaxed-.the crises had. vta ied. 3. The t"llOtIru..hy lend ) a :U 18n'rla" nhirwf.
ARRIVED at Civil Defense headquarters! at ap.proximatelr led and Civil DcffiiKe<< was given; neeemary clearances To of: the contact | imwit
many Itself tu dev.lwsnynt.. \ I'h) firm; My.r 037 (ur \\ hl.lC. l-
11 a.m. and found that local: govern for rovernmenlal action in case of die. they had with the entire operation wa the constantinterruption ctkinpu | : ...
('KHTH I.
ment officials members of the Calcasieu Parish aster, rara-lteocue learns. reported that all equipment of regular television programming and 4. It IllUkt. I have. 4Mlv... .,|IUltV .< s i ,iiri X-Cvl watt 3.1or.r At.A. TMAVEl.
Police Jury (rounty highway, officials). representatives had been checked and placed at the ready. the constant chatter on their.. fi'rit. radio station utilities anti draiitam. thu Arcadt.ui: ham with l.rJAClUK:
of the telephone company and other a. oeiatcdAgtncies. << Local flying: services reported that all plane telling of the atorm. her location and the activities! $. Comiitunitloa whirls are IUII Norton flrhte| a uj 333- -
were already gathering at the Civil De had C'H'i 7 gained, completely' checked" pertinent to their rafety. Intrrmtetl I tn i>r.* titifm "1'11. 840. M''"'''''a WalMa enrne tits Tho,. Arcwrllti team frrwn Howl
Sense headquarters. Stephenson immediately began in safe places and could be madeavailable w.ah1:1 vri.s fur X-Cel I.. ntl bnseght,
peals should lu dtUiluoH tn home M 3-1 winWee
preparations, local for government a briefing official of all,Civil and all Defense the other personnel following an non the a.storm.weather conditions permitted 0 'the *4trv itlimltto any other" sib! .,. W.,')iw UilUMte, was high l..Hu'n. AiinlaiKl. Rcatuurant -

agencies that were t"ertl1l1to be inlvrd in the Weather Kurcau officials reported that TO Mi: AS A NKWSM\X.- .I saw much mo..... I resources, HIM! couU' urvul>lbo ii-i tin) AiiiMMMii.. with! ...*.. at (;vpttsts/ Irene Suniloy
storm watch which we knew was in.\itable. contact had been made with law enforcement. necessary and saw the importance of preplanning'. I saw the noes.ally a\ill/ ..bt .k Stint won llrvwd. afcMit with !>*- TMmmy" Am4vrm" kit the W.IY
The Civil Defense briefing/ had been net lorI Civil Defense officials in the low>> '.Iling areas to tho for the lorry hour of practice the boring; sea- onus art It, bu "nha- Htrtu. National .Hank with WHm with A7, Du'k, |).. iiilri.".ii 510. !
4:30 p.m. "ji'a I arrived. I had a feeling i:: south. Officials had assured them that: evacuation Ions of various brieflMgii. the long hours of Inatrue- I ter than April 1 I. I I': 4I.' tn Mr. W illiam n.,IUi,, the i.ar*. awl. Mandn. Wallis :)8S. Howl
deep_concern. witnexned! previous rican : procedures were already being put into affect aa tlv* meet ins:*, and the many time away. from home Churle: II. Walker, CnitifiiMn" wtltt..ia| | lied atori walks Junior r..net. *tptwtl into first plea. :',
as they developed in the Gulf of 3lexieoand evacuation of low-lying area' had been recommended .. that Civil efense and other disaster agency vcr-: Floritta ILivUat KtUK.iU' lives h i"t u helping hand. wttta. with their :3 win... lhe local 'I
previous
problem sonnel had through In the months
of
correlation von :
of force. prior to>> the hours. of .lsrL.nC'... Civil Dtffenoeofficial preceding
the short time period for planning in this in. $ in Cameron. Parish to the south had -Cindy.-: 'Ut1IiAttMlMaIC' 1:841 N. I;, (IIS.; : __ :U.. 10 1-160. t test. McArUy flitWiedtnit .latin will play ho"i to the eight
stance appeared to be a major problem. By the tahllhcil: emergency operating hearlmiarters already! In101cNe.se I the activities "between 0 a.m.September Miami.adertlttv. 1'1.a'kI.' :::1611. with 6M (for f'>...........). R. t.u.u Ti.>\ltcl| .hoop.. r'r b. 13, '00''.

had time subsided.I this briefing. was half over my concern : State College had placed Civil Defense 10 .w1'n aim an September 17, th* true spirit of ---- --- .. <.'. Tw>.teeIt.ey Wh.lv unit
roinmunications! networks, on the air in the Cameron American democracy: in action people from all. Krtixh Mn..ll'm"( ranu led. AI-
learned that my preplanning arrangements with Parish Courthouse, and had Issued evacuation or walks of life banding together these I.I."u. their { rtf rtnmmtlr rlgtiietbrand.4. teiKu Huillo. a IV" .. a 3-. win -
news media for 21-hour: coverage during the : were not singular. At the briefing. Stephciuoi throughout tiii* vast area. Americans through a time of rrUls.. extended tu foreign brimb: sold :Sltt-IM. VVhltv) I"!". n.l. NtonUftvl -

their.Artprdlwu. *. Kbay i y.il ,M IP K-U .ui with With Regard to a
l4 USDA. 'th' re OM. ChJi'itol. I Inaiiraiivu tees Card of Thanks
li-rt,1 1 Irr4.> n'ivn; Hnn. *t .H' In
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31 1 over readies .....I Mike.l'iitiltrr *
State Treasurer Arcadia The Farm Frontreports 1t I1'n. cisr, .rJ eut isuuipllon." ; htui u aiu-aoa; vri''*. Very often A card Ol thanksIn

|*.-Cl.,< .had. Mi end Al Ed worth. The Ar jH .n meet: a
Plans To Seek I Ibl..k.hl'w..v..r, w'.-'11 .b* dell rte... which" sans hirdly' be

General circulating in the agribusincis. tike It U in Flor UI !In 323 billion. rtchtg" piiadl, .. new,. tb4ids. .....stet Tea Stswdinc. won Lot Nlv.dn. .any ether way." Mot

Return to Post food industry Indicate there. ida. I.I Use nation's biggest butlnoss. Previous tu the Surgeon Grnrral tU thoreavlion. t.bIk.II..lIh' Curt O4* Bl 9Btnilh N _It" It..a ara.lou. sap,...
Tallahassee will be a storm of protests from : (1)) w Mrt. upsurge In Non' *f Qralllucie t* t"_.
(Special) -State HospitalADMISSIONS a report the strongest lit- X-0M II l 33Arvadui
(Treasurer J. Edwin Larson that source If the new ".UI- Any research that tends to dlctment of clgarrts as a health |irogrmr. iemr who is entrusted with the State tere federal' budget forces the help prevent food cost from hazard was that of the Hrlt- rilunvxl to i",.r.u..I.'. help'. Muglr 43 41BvnbuMi but sure .urte' utyknewUdq ...
U.S. Department of Agriculture rising 1* likely to win support tir rears .n\ krl'llat.' "kick"Ing" **. the srvU. andhirrtfi
of Florida's 91SO.OOO.OOO: bank Isis Royal College of Phyil- I.'....1 I :3H, 41IHbotM 4
account, tuday announced he Week of January 27th to drop some of its research from urban legislator Their clans In March IM2. Following the, rlgnrvt h,I.u. unit Ml 30. 4.1A : ...a *f the many to
Vivian GeorgeIda to increase fond>> diat..lbutlon influence .Is dominant In Con- some early action by i' hr OnonufaettiMn Mihem' a personal. not* *f
will seek a seventh term in the a short-llvrd' drop of 8 i gee Hern. .RajIlM a. TV aal* 4A _
cabinet office: he has held dertwentythree Mae Burrow efficiency.Other gross today. It also I i. likelyto cent clgaret sales In Drltaln ta shift into! n.w ('hus ss I I Inn $1Iii thank" sanest well be maild .
years. Jack Wilson reports Indicate that win support of legislator. started climbing again and In and' 'ssfef' pinkie. 'Iha WhIAtfaat c... 3tt. 4. .r whose" name and .<*.
Larson Genie Hannah beside' research the federal from farm areas who wouldbe In fact one of th* l."ntntrlgdtct are net linewrt. Ins -
It
job months
automaticallymakes were right back tu The A< .iNUan: :31 *:3.len : :
him State Insurance Leslie UacharunMaebcll Extension Service Is expectedto opposed to rising food cost the pre-rvport level. makers already la st ftl 'n cf a sand of Irtanlis I
Car nm issioner..In Albritlon suffer some budget trimming that would tend to reduce further to ituikrt a new fitter I I ifiart" may "e .rr.....0.rt by Ie'l. .
announcing for re-dec- Betty Lee: Brady the farmer's share of the Government and either restrictions brand with n tibtt tith'K th > INUl'8TMIAI.nu.. phone U The Arcadia WA

C lion, he cited his sponsorshipof Marfiio\ Smith I will be surprised If any consumer's food dollar on clgarrt! advertising nlrollnv and tar tnnh'ul. Tr.wlteMirt Money. Amternnn nnil Mnrw.1. ','!)QI.
are In effect In Great Ilrltaln the ,, claims il 'V.I'IIII flplitutM, it ....it
the law John Dennis radical curtailment of cither o i ony: :! tomrnii'V w. r*
that made Floridafor
Gene Albrltton Finland Denmark and probably fur It* product I If i 'Ir ."i II',.. i..r i "let' "nit:. h"'n.'r\ lniMiuymiIt Till AftCAUIAN'
USDA research extensionoccurs.
the insurance industry and Guy JohnsonSarah or I'm not a smoker but I'm sum other countrir In Kmoke than publi hi,'I t t... t r ) .u'rt i I (1'1'.1" .! 801 W. Oak 'rt'
It is '
a major headquarters center being pointed out Inclined to think the recent report Italy, the government ', baceo suits .., .. ,, I.. ., ..tGlt ArcailU ilerld, ...
Randall! for any; ''h. tn> root mi I I' > .i ii r in T' ">''"V n
,the vastly increased amount In Washington that both arc by the U.S. Surgeon General .
of state money in his custody. Donald PC .
"In 1941. when I became Ewell Stewart may balk at any recommended smoking I is not likely to havea :
State Treasurer, there was w Ruth Teter .,, lasting effect In seducing
cash balance of only $13.323.- Ruben Jaquea (Baby1 c.uta.AU of the various step In clgaret consumption.
11568 In the state treasury. As Charles CortelyouLllia '. the chain of activities to get The Industry boomed In 1M3 I+

of June 30. 163 the total was William food from the farm to the consumer and U.s. clgaret consumptionhit FORDSBUILDS RACING PRO Ri M
$144.823.839. : ". Larson _id. Zeb DrowningWilliam -_ '* kitchen comprise' a a new high of SOP billion.

lie said the value of state securities Robert Turner Seward healthy segment of the total Overseas consumption by the
in his care has increased agri-business economy and Armed Force boosted the to-
.
Gladys Illggin .
fold from -- - -
ten $07- -- -

933.532 Larson: to pointed$881,083.832.out that his Clarence Eugene Daniels Bishop .e.<, QUALITYPERFORMANCE

leadership .Is rapidly making Annie Peterson n ew BETTER I
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Florida the insurance center of Ash ; CRflSlr

the The Southeast.number of insurance Josephine Millie Mosley Whit FEATURES \

companies admitted to Florida Louise KirkpatrickJohn '
FILTER-FLO. WASHER
has almost exactly doubled Ingrains .
from 44O to 877, during his Gilbert Miller .6 -r-;.Y.-s. I How Ford racing; 1.I Ihclpn ...
SalnthlU
tenure He noted that 56 of. Paulette BIG 12.IB. FAMILY WASH CAPACITY t
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these are prospering Florida Harley GarnerFannie ;.;

companies.** Sam Smith Adarauon briny; you :,: "

Insurance tax receipt have
Audrey W<. d*
grown from 91.231.398; In 1940 Avie L. McCAll ct better car
to approximately $16OOO.OOO:'''
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Sidney Tlpton
in 19 3.
Larson sponsored the regional Samuel C. Henderson .. >lit. automntHr engineer' will ten yW
home office law In the ,1933: : Mellon Durdin t that the track I is on* of their most value, '

Legislature which has thus far .w..--.... E'

brought regional headquarters Pew. eaarnpk. .track rrrttitlon| .W l dim thrrhang
of 13 insurance firms to the DISCHARGES ID the'" I"O..iIIC ** .In the baseline :213

state. These firms wrote a Week of January 27th V.Jl.. *t!ejn*: otter l Wick l ... Improirevi puton.
premium volume in 1943 of Albert DeVan krprov l Valve. train, strwigrr mnnertlrul

more than $401 million from Gladys Garrett rain I an>| Uitta.Hurh .
their Florida office
Florida's Insurance Code .la Walter Sullivan FORD OUTSCORES: COMPETITION: ) impnvvemraU rnnlnbut1 not enlla)
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the Beatrice Bryan and baby l.ra winning mink rword. Ixit *W. tn the
of
being
recognised as one
finest In the country.In Michael Tyson NEARLY 2 TO 1 IN NASCAIt-SANCTIONEU. J tell Brrfnfman'* *o Important In your
Charles Reid /" "t- another Insurance ,. rent
move as
Commissioner. Larson has Nat fleece :!.,: STOCK CAR RACING r:rJ l ants l ,*:,'?
Mettle Le. Slurry
established twenty field office {
throughout the state to Gertrude Ma WooesMaebell Durance ;t. to FH k. kM of KAffCAR f i ;. JrIn. ad. lnlwr"' rt .dW. t<..ltty and. ifrpmtONMy.. '. The .*.. -- .

bring the impartial and efficient Albrltton rod Meter Tamp..**? kas the K AM';A ftp analy. In atan! up, cadet the inb.lti..i."taf

assistance of his staff Margie Smith Aebi.wnad Award. to pvoee let a ",4..... rar" I* t>rml *f ,.... I<"n4alMlannntm )

closer to the Insurance industry Ora Davl >>>' \ Iwst siisrm ...eil FeH. fftnm wee every frturi. **.*that will bens

and policyholders alike. Donald Peeple. t .*.,*. starlit car rare ell'IJO n..... ar fog. *?, fct yes "is ear t type ,,,........ |is tee| saber..

During his present term .( John Dennis 04......cry fwW as m*.y araat*a*any na>>r stork. tar mint aMri. .tinn.... I UK" 'Aad
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oiliest Larson established a Gen Albrttton tW'*jMa*. a*...... la la.rfcart !**,., MAKC.& rod driver alas *r> ml i wpUh

Senior Citizens Service! Division Sarah IlichsmiUiEmma J f lea l+.otlwib. r****are tfc*ftsnaJU bat. *l 191 ,ki. na..l.(p*. ""
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Office. This Division Jack Wilson. M.A./ : \
gives free advice on Insurance Ii
Glenn wa.ttelIamp40ft
problem to r1 nda'. senior Mary V/A 833 X ,. u .c roerrs SCOW H mi usui-uxaiotfo uwmo.
ctUna wbo>> new number
Lewi Bishop ,- EVERYTHING WASHABLE ew en as em en "
more than OOjOOO. Vivian George and baby s r i / -a *\

Larson the development.ha been of m a leaderIn atal- ilea, Le* Brady and baby GETS THE RIGHT CARE! C '. /L.piar tlM !+ t : i! .s
Gertie Hannah ;
wide effort 10 trim highway J. W. JCelsey n- Ff 1 r-I Fairbno. V-8 Hclpt( Cobra Win

traffic de.u.. lie has also ben Aim VTbeelerCUdy .. ftII == t 1 'I 'I- Sport Car Championship

a to front establish runner SuaUnd.. tn* campaign Training\ HUUCin T... Wide. Tesnpte. T.. W* kU Cf'U trelr I I T1MC.JIInt. .iJ. ItaSnedtAMi r. .*..."'ds. .
Hubert dark H.nJI.. .All '.bek. .r
Center for mentally retarded Zro U e.rueg fan t ....... bat yeas a* taut UMfopwUd' bniWr. h*
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cnikSren. Me is chairman of the Ida 8mewesIoaw C-K /nlt"w./ ,. -- TOTAL PCW ORMAWCC ? .. ........, ..... 4-::'

Florida CitijeW Advisory tC>rmp UWk and babyBIKTKS ..... sn ins .. "" ", WINS fcKJIOa T8fHO' TrCAR ..... VtJbrm, n the stemifiettemTmpip. lea'i
Commit at Highway Safety Sarab -.a mad baby DMa.Dry Spin we,." Displease. ,. .. ; Of sic YEAa. JlCCA{ CTaia "A' Kcdurtum nmf.ttUnn bjfWa

and needs the State Cabinet .....ts Many C*> Dtrfnf Aad. n.t. AI krval mtrfin .that no*tb.r car-If A tr,,
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Commute for tbe't1weuata *nlsny *n.nt. R/, M !... bt.lf/ .-. "fIIIII"... ,.I .: 1 A"N men .at..*.. h "[* .. tn..2'I -

trel.ed.d. ., V'f ........"......... Ta aunts ..... rwhn 3M9 \'.. .tMtpawr
tu seal e. help rotarded
SMtilanrf reed fast .U>I *pirW ;; 1 ..l lit*calm to avatblat .tn any'of ngfttfairlan .
tearCenters
rnudren.currenUy sn .relation Week .* J sail try 7tl -22995 _____-._. salat. I* r*>, &". iif 1w mwleU,/ fur IVM" -givlatt sftorUcartMrtf i irares '
an Mr are Mra.' Glen R. Gen u'. .
and a fifth at bMk. ..- Cirt Senile Lynn Cea g.. ewe +..r.. sates rayfs.wa.'. to .Uti* muasy fa...*-...ear

ned I-DM** Cawnty. ,,.. Dad Mr. and Mr*. Frsderttt. L.
Cawarty facility w U4 care liar. ...7. Gart Dtsan Annette BEF8ME YOU BUY ANY CAR TRY TOTAL PERFORMANCE' AT YOUR FORD DEALERS,
33Se. ya.pe. i.Lerssas Brady ARCADIA MUSIC ....
aa- .nvas w ....,. w,. and Mra WUttaea O.a.

rift .......... ... as .,rased"tr btwt .......... ... a.r Wiifir. -
.l.. of he Ae+ns bV F,.. Gtfaet t-1. Jr.

tarsal Reap-aa--lslaty La.. Mr. and Mrm. tltmur Ray FURNITURE STORE MATTISON MOTORS INC

He ss .d ... Caput City. XJr pa4rtrk. cart. Otens 0.iItnt .- ',
First Itetseai Hawk. fill Tatl.i.rteib .. Jt#_....... .

-etory.am and Ves..eao...ss..44. tbM.... bunts Pofc's' 114 N.rth folk .Awe.1 WA .7871 Afcodia, FIt rids


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6THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia. Florida, Thursday.February 6, 164Dosota .

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By" 'Mt.Mr. s.':''MABHY "MUBPHY -*;: 4.

Of Bygano Years '9\<|. Mr*. A4rp V*"' *\ur'phy The bright-eyed-tot me f lean* have a taste fqr its name from .... Persian A1r.4 .'s dwprftgO. mind
Lake Ista- ..:. *' word which .* abotjpa* rnfles j. deep
the' kantliseiid
J., were fishers sit HI who is this -week' sweets vera e person ff sager
o Tuken'!. from the flic( ot poka'3)) r .. Albritton 'and I rand/ year : Cstndy has a 14 In Tie fttes of the Egyptians ctoilar <
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: "h\l c+waan. The De>ou* Bounty Mr* Baldy. about seven years old to keep miner from
.<'t .vvtinU' The Arcaditt: .v.tiainpion. 'Ronnie"" and friend from Sara- c s when thl3 picture was higher coaumpU in cpjd: \ who.used honey and apices and rcatlug required .
-; t areas for instance, in tho herbs as candy 4.OOO year. ..
seta and' Arc M.W..TW D
They. aU Hd a catch. M Hague November pounds a year while In sweltering The world' smallest republic possible on a 10-bell ring
30 Years Ago Mr*. Mabry Murphy, Joy r 1884 and came to Arcadia Mississippi the figures San Marino\ is In the heart of is 3.628.8OO It 'would; take
Undav'Carolyn and Uobcrt and in November. how a low eight pounds per Italy and covers only 38 square 105 day:s of continuous ringing
Mr*. Jack Murphy.'Judy and 1906 just after the year. Its Intake also seemsboys' miles necauseof accumu- to run through all the possible
Aonoiuicement! is mad that under the auspice of the >PTA Qlenda were. in Arcadia on a "big fire," as a 7th from' 10 to 17 who eat lations of sediment on its bottom changes The human ear )
Pi. 4V+tnt Hooaevwlt<< wtll make of the Memorial! Grammar school to be highest l i hearing at a SO.OOQ cyclesper -
hchoo The play la. "MarryMe" business Thursday.Mabry grade teacher. among young -ike Michigan growing stops I
u j-uuui. oaarMS IP the Hoybcoui Murphy and Billy from 2 to 5 or more candy 3 Inches shallower every 100 second range dog at 50-
of America: over a natiuuwlde and 1* put on by a cast Walker 'visited T.: ... Brown t f In November, 1908 bars a week Candy take year 0 Walls in South 000 and bats I at PO.OuO w, ... I
hook-vp' on Saturday -. of more than forty character } _
Feb. tU tit IIUOH. Locally .. The main theme of the playit and Lade'. Tyson, in Panish she married a local ...... -- --.....-- ,
Brrimgemcnt are already mud. thut of an old maid's cOn- Wednesday night. ftrt citrus grower- hlpper
tu have the Scout troops hear vention. ,Mrs.. Wayne Allen and Mrs. and they have two
the talk. Joke of 1934 Ralph Ul>u..b.. were, In Arcadia children one son and
Jane Jima original. Wednesday. Mrs. Allen took one daughter and five
so.
At ts regular meeting for
t..t'.nd passed.
lie says thing to mf that nobody the driving grandsons and seven next
helu to
February: TuLsUuy cventiig Dinner pests Mrs: Lela
Ui* city, council approved else. would dream,of say lUnelfton ;.and Lamar of Sunday '. .. t granddaughters.Check your ea

u lecommendatton of the fin- ing.Jill were Mr.: and Mr. WayneShell.t the for the .'
once committee: that all city What's he been up to children of Avon clues carefully picture was ,
owned property now occupiedby now asking you to marry arid I chosen to stump the experts. If you think you electricwasher
him: Park. know the 'name of the Lady write
tenants must b4l' vacated, Mrs. Jerl Bunt was seen by you Mystery ,
unless step have already been several on channel IS TV. It'' and your name on a post card and mail to The

taken to redeem the property. "Su you want to become my Ernie'Lee Show' Friday. morn Are dlan. Yotr-may be a winner I
.f' The first meeting of a part2 son-in-UiwT" '
ing. She U the daughter of Mrs.Harry I Y'
time class. In agriculture will ir-nut exactly. I only Smith Final Clue

M be held next Saturday after- wanted to marry your daughter. MU' Qlend r aye Murphy "Intelligent witty and gay
noun in the claw room at the ." of Mr. 'and
2 daughter She might have taught you In school;
High School. This clus is offered '
celebrated her' second -
Murphy
And if she did we'd
fur who not attending "Do know where say
e* men are you you birthday Sunday by having "
:; school and who have are?" demanded the tourist' take with her grendpar* You learned well "the Golden Rule.

2 entered or are about to enter wife. ents Mr.:and Mr, Dillon Murphy
"in" the vocation of farming. "No." he admitted' I'm as and her parents.Mr .
;: A three-act musical extravuganze lost a* the average American *. Karry Smith visited 4I.
will be presented at I la when he starts on the third with her son. Jim Oranere and
: the High School auditorium verse of the national anthem. family of )Fort Lauderdale overt Power Production UP

w i. weekend. Mr. .8mtt and : fiIQ
Mr.:and Mrs. Dvid'Smlth'and'
i i daughter*, went'after: her J nun- Electric power plant in up of 844.090 short tons of :
55 Years Ago dy.Firemen. !, Florida produced a* much elec- cool (up 11 per cent); 9.223.341
\trlclty during the first'alx barrels of oil (up 3 per cent) i

: An article on the State Fair where) his marlrage to MU* .... months of last year as during and 48 billion cubic feet of -
in this issue announced! that Evelyn Violet llruckUbank. : 'M Out the full year 11)36) and twiceas gas (up 18 per cent) comparedwith 0
much as during all of 1951, the like period in 19 2."
i liryan Day wa a great success will take place. a .
e and the crowd warn grfat- Mia Mary. Moye spent the Fire In BunkerSection : the Florida State Chamber 'of .. ''t -.- l
ly pleased) with the "Urwat Commerce pointed out in Its
: past week in Tampa attend. WISH I'D SAID
Weekly Business Review released -
Commoner and hlf speech. log the fair. Friday .
w A special bulletin from CalIfornia Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McClJttitliun : yesterday, THAT
: announced that a bill and Mrs. J. D. FLamar City' flreoSen' were called to, :''Totl' output ot all electric
,. hud been passed excluding Japanese and little on Thomas pent the Hunker section frWsjr afternoon plant in the state came to 12.-
: children from the pubUc the past week In Boca Qrande. to.extinguish top in 039.791.000 Kilowatt" + hours
a schools. A message from Theodore Mica May Dlahong and Pasco what appeared to'be an unoccupied through June of last year according -
Roosevelt publicly criticized Durrance. were married In l ROMS*. .The blaze>> de to official I report recently
: the action. Tampa at the Baptist church stroyed a bed ')In' the dwelling., released. This amounted ,Behind every successful
A company was formed at Monday afternoon. Mr. and Detatls'avallable''on the fire. : ta a 100'per cent gain over man stands a woman who \
AN AUTOMATIC ALL-CLfCTRIC DRYER is FASTEST EVER! You need fewer cloth loreompanion'
: Miami with a capital stock of Mrs. Carl Hayman were wit were Vague, however It was' the' first half ot 1962: and Was couldn't be more surprised." a
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a $40OOOO to farm Everglade nesses. They will make their reported that a pUe of,:traahwaa well over the national increase -Lynn Denn Linden (Calif.) perfect for your electric washer. growing children-and fewer tow. sheet*)
S land. home In Wauchul burnlnk or\"tna back part ell per cent."Manufacturers. :> Herald. WHAT A TIMC-SAVCRI Just pop In the cloth" and linens! too .when you can wash and dry
: The contract wa awarded James Platt a young son 0(' of th-t lot and tl .meQ ipeculat- who prepucetheir and set the diaL "Instant sunshine I 1a everything so quickly and conveniently l

a to build M State Blind Deaf, Conductor J. M. Platt of thU ed' that\ 4 ''spark from it ,Ianl\\-_ own power accounted for Through the years man has always at :your command" ..day or night DRIES BEST. COSTS LESSI! Insist on an aO.tfartnc .
: and Dumb Asylum lit St. Au- City, la the champion paper sea. td the m ttr.... 0 93O.Od4.OOO kilowatt-hour, of been making enormous stridesin rain or' shine. dryer. Free from flame and fiinaoa
0 guitlne. let of the United States. Ha riremen. had i i* force their, the total and other manufacturing producing weapon of war WHAT A WORK.SAYER! Goodbye backache it need no flue and can be installed any-
The stage la worse today has just been notified that he. way Ut4)) ) Uhouh\..' to et a\t.the. t. plant bought( 2.341.507.- -from headbusters. to> fort- and tired feet. No more lifting and lur.- where. An all-eWtric dryer ia CHEAPER !
t than It wus Inh.. day of drew the prize of a pony and fir*; Ve,' .little dattfag oagt kilowatt-hours. The total busters, to blockbuster, to gint'heavy wash baaketa. to clotheslines TO BUY..CII&APEU TO OPEIIATKI f
a paganism said Archbishop cart offered by the laturctsjr waa ,rfported:but these wu.. a. of the*. waa up> 4 per cent citybusters, and he' well one back: again.
*. Farley In him sermon at St. Evening Post to the newsboy tot ot Mnbkt;. : during the six month, the his way now to producing For compete waahday10m, go aD-ldXri* t
E Patrick' Cathedral: Sunday. who made the largest in* .An..fcmaUj** tot Borrtll Bro., same 0.* the national Increase. eobntrybuster*.**-CM In Miller, WHAT CLOTHES-SAVER!Electricity aawith an automatic Electric Washer, Clothes .
George Weatlnghouse. Jr., crease for a certain number ot ,thera packing company radioed for the period. i* Thomaston\ (Ca.) Tunes. Ito and fuinelMe* heat I 1a gentle' to your Dryer ""sit-down Electric Ironer and a es
t eon of the famous and wealthy "month*, considering>, field this oftlce. and the office "Use of electricity by Jhnrnerciar It cloUvrs. Dries en duly, sweet_llinr supw.fast, auper-afe Electric Water haste? .
/ .. Inventor of the air brake _U.f he bad to work In, the size of in tura 'noUfUd& the fire de-. establishments Un "I'd Just like to have 1951 wrinkle-free. .. ,in biUowe ot warm.clean air. fur hot water a-pkmty without waiting ear -1
,Florida moved up 1\\ per ltiat With a fUoMlea all-electrltf dryer there are worrying. And remtimb'r-it'*cheaper' to 1
J f id:.:, 'J ,,!1t.l! w' ek" 1.U ..trtgi ati '1 tf ia8 :- and in the nation. T' per Vent. wage. and,1933 1900 prices taxes"41mXe11y 1939 dividends no prmluct of comfcuat'on.! DO fuel odor to e1h. ieceriein your kitchen-laundry than tour go) ;

Residential use in Florida visa Ennr(In your laundry. No fading or yellowing. a eombination or sr.i e.SkE YOUR ELEC.
::1 I : ,.- I also' up 11 percent compared? \ Marquette Progress."A (Mlth.y"kJ.y .) Cviors sUy tkriht. whit things snow-wkit. TltlC APPLIANCB DEALER TODAY. !t' 4

I rwltn tt per cent "nationally
f We don't al .-Fuel used In Florida f for 0 '
fly .I"JI >ae4 tHe production of electric power small town t* where :> Nc ;) jl1lllClP.4R @
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We can't train elephant. I through, June last year made everybody knows what everybody .;
'and r4 t B nssee. rw*
Xlr" .. iomtngtin9 << else i doing, 'they .
We're not Meet cooks. $ Group ; ... how much the editor' dare FLORIDA, POWER t LIGHT I COMPANY ;l.11" l-
to print.Bob Witt Munc
I We don't build alrpl.nM. Komexl To Choose (Pa.) Luminary. MaarsNe ,, .O".A '
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We'll probably never:' go to the_ moon,.' Softball Officers r
Fourteen 'DeSoto' Softball
We don't>> alter clothing. 1. Aavoctation- member were for( SINUS .
i 4 hand Monday bight" for a meet
Wa. c.oo'practice! \ t.w.u.\ >" i r t I.V.sv: -1", Mix to discus plan and elect "
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a nominating committee.. enioying 1 yqto.1vocation
\ : We can't seta' brok.n.,1. ( ., ; According to Emmett Perdue .

E We cant hang ,,wallpaper, ,. ) the- meeting turned out to Sufferers ?
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a y yr be a great success and a ,lot ia F
We. ,1 of'progress was mAde. A
'so don't MIt.doth.'W4Li.a.'a. a' nominating
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= \ We don't.. make. ceramic:, ; and Feb. 17 teas been named ..:=..=.. 1 1.:..esaw .-: :
.. a* "election night; The Association ...... .. s ....
: 4 We're not painter. ,.. u'.? J, II need new officer 'Toroperating ..- ala :.r.::=
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that league during __:: "-
can't fit shoes : 'f '
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Plan for the* coming *.a.
We don't fix tea.vla&on.ta.& ; ': ,
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's" ., eon** activities also die.
were Arcadia Drur! 6 8. DvSotoKeckerljoafd
1\'4 dun"; know jewalry., .. ,.'loN! seed by the group.
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we sure can wHra) FLORIDA and ARCADIA
34 South Brovord Ave. WA 8-3321

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lasifled ;> your
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Ho****** v Mne he* no eontearieont But .f yw tatew tttetrtarUa1
best c**Mt* t*> its b .ies ctaiMter Check "rv tec**.
I : Compare tttem witfi yew Slaf..*. .* Jneatagae. .* ret. *.
.. ( tt'n' t* "I t lion to your bwe>e*. or industry.rtoeroA'sravoaetgTAxaves .

: If you have aomethlnr' th *""" wee ransuslatisiitssman
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Y 4 MAtr THAT m AM AVIMAO4 ooe ALL *O STATU.TMOU ..
"IUDIt. just vive our claalfl ad writhe ,''tm' t' I a 4y
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AMO. O* wHUfa woe, )t.9 acAOt loe. vowaiio ttrasstar
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TM_ HUB OF SOUTH CENTRAL .rLOMlOA,. ....... ...+*. "....... Uw+gs ......,

f- f It MajbiU wU Salt. UkeyM lair.1 VlUbbil ,. it7 St $Waise keHartaa
t vbU.rr.d t every TK.r4ay mrl--e at COTI'M! W..< **> SWeet Chow PuriM TrUUM Ceaa+r is t .dle41.

a tigW palatable hard] Clssfl.r'Bsr.r.elrMa pswest.w 9ro.t Solana oar Mqt15sr. caw ect rg A_ ......f.orY', kufaRSSs.asae
M. swtritleqM TACT .. esM d. saa a.4 c.A.c...... etes.A tvtte...C1eT coe.sra.Mr .
r 5' Arcadia (fDe*.te Ce ..,., 1rra_ ". r" geese trahk! .w ISUeAVaba.Ua.. Hey 'taefapes -TMu.ufU& a T t11ALSata a cx5.rsaaet M Tact txseletewnT Tor sa. esserraa
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TITE ARCaDTA?. A1't"adfa. PTorWa T11urJay:: February G. 1964 T.A

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Gaskins Heads Statewide Passion Play

Draft Thurmond For President Opens'Sunday
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A. native Arcadian has been people in the state of Florida At Lake' WalesLAKE
elected to head the fde
Florid have indicated they want to
organization for atus help in the "D'rari' 'Thdnn'oftdMovement. WALES (Special r r wS
> unite to draft Strom Thurmondfor ." Final rehearsals are in swingand I
Information regarding
pl'Ullldent.Tom last-minute touches arebeing
the organization In this
Caskins. now of P hn. applied for the opening
county can b obtafned from
dale, was selected a* orga.ilz- P.O. Box 3111. West Palm on Sunday Feb. 9, of the 12th
jug chairman lit annual of the
a statewidemeftfnrf season
Beach, the spokesman! said. ,
recently In OrlanOO. famed Black Mill Paolon Pin> a
Chairman Gaskina has announced in the Lake Wales Amphith.tre ....- ,
another statewide ...ra
infecting for Saturday. February Girl Committed) A n .prorft community
15 in Orlando. The meeting project the Passion Play features r
To
will be at 2 p.m. in the Reformatory Josef :Mefrr renowned
Angevilt Hotel Dclt-gates are Chrlstfus portrayer, anti a cast
w"lc()me. Two young DeSoto County of 30 professional' actors supported
Other officers ar.,: Mrs W. gfrb f termed Incorrigible went by more than I IOO citizens P
E. Wilson of Jacksonville re- up before County Judge: Gordon GRADUATES-Marine' Prl.| of the Lake Wales area .
vat* Wllbvr L Little son of as extras.
Lording: secretary: Ray Stephens Hays Monday following a .
Mr. and Mr* Cldon' H. Little -
.of Jacksonville, Done in old-world tradition
'
treamr.r reported: effort Ly the girls Itfhoot of Rout 1. Arcadia, corn-
: end: John Thurman of West but with dialogue in English
Pain1''r} BeAch, executive $*cre- Policeman Don Foley platod' basic' training Jan. 28 the Passion Play is presentedon 1
t : The Chris, 14 and 18 years of at -the Marine' Corps Recruit a stage 3SO feet wide' in a
,
ryespokesman Depot. The training Included r
;; : fur the s13teWfdt age watted", for Foley ,to pits drill bayonet natural amphitheatre seating
training -
organization announced hidden phy.lcal' 3SMU. A camel caravan and
on a stairway at'the old conditioning, parades and
t&at people from all twelve Arcadia House Kith a loaded l ceremonies and otter military mounted Roman soldiers) add a
c Congressional;: Districts were 22-rifle. Also he gtrls"faced subjects. Thr. weeks touch of realism to this age-
present and are old religious! spectacle, which
forming organ- charges of
breaking and entering w.'. spent on the rifle range
tzdtjons In every .county in the theft nd '* firing the M-14 rtflo and had Its origin in the Cappen- I iU Ann Crews: Daughter of Mr' and Mrs. Jam )> ( +utt'UII Jit root Iho two children took first prim
Slate 6t Florida. People who batlon. burg Monastery of Luen n. Oi.. ttw C'onti'st at the recent DcSoto
other bal County
Infantry
weapons.Recruit t ratty!, Route 3, Arcadia and Floyd McMullfn JJaliy
Germany In 1242. In 1032 It nullKos
want to In this
help movement
Thg older &Jrl.was.sent .
to
a training prepares (I' air Their stags: are ID-mouths and. 15-month:
.ttf Urged'! to write for Information privat* home for possible re- Marines for further opaclal.I was brought to America by .. ur \Ir: itiiil Mrs. A. W. :McMullen.: T> tVV.t; rl'lpt't'th'I: l (Simnilanti Stndlo I'hotrf.)
)
at P.O. Box 3111. tPalm habilitation. arb'e\ Josef Meier of the seventh generation .
( ; younger I led -- -- -- --- ---- --- -- --
training in a service ...::.; ---- -- --- -- -- ------ --
Beach.: of his family to enact
,. >
It '
further
was girl M'to'lhe
ws at ; girl's, reformatory school or with a unit of the
stated that although there Is no t'OcaUiL:: The girls Fleet Marino Fore. Th.y a role in the play.In .
National Headquarters for the had been' expelled aha forbidden will report to Camp L.J...... IMS the Play was established -
"Draft Thurmond Campaign" the school premises for N.C.. for combat Infantry In a permanent summer I II
CjtLzens, in at least 28 states misconduct. it was .reported. training.DevcldpmcTnta home at Spearfish In South V IN GQ I
have Indicated' that they will 't'\o\,;. ." ... Dakota's Black Hills hence
,attempt to !send delegates to the Play's name.

the convention. :;; 'Vision Child In 1053 the Play was transplanted S FEYYOF II
In 1948 he was the States to Lake Wales) as i a I
Rights Democratic nominee for Lcarninq: Optometrists Study winter (fourist attraction and, Q YQU R
President, carrying four states 9
t
at the same time, aa a source ,, sAVilutGS p
I
artJ winning' ; 39 electoral votes. WINTER' HAVEN: (Special
) Interpretation of what Is ._nand of wholesome activity for many
In Florida that year Thurmopd Approximately 125 optometrists cautioned against confusing local persona-and winter visitors f I
received! approximately educators and guests last vision with sight which he as well.Performances.
9O.OOO votes. week heard Dr G. N. Getman, termed merely- eye's reaction to ) will be given I III
Sen. Thurmond (former governor one of the nation's foremost light.Much four times a week through II III
of South Carolina) began authorities on vision' and child of Dr. Getman'a pres- April 19. On Tuesday. Thursday
his service in the U.S. development discuss 'develop entation and the lengthy qu_. and Saturday: at 7:30: p.m. JZ I
Senate In 1954. after being the mental vision and outline the tlon-and-answer period which and on Sundays, a twlllgh ,
first person ever elected to a "Four L'. of Learning" here followed was devoted to reading performance at 8 p.m. The customary -
major office in a write-in cam The session, at Nora Mayo abilities and problems.Dr. Good Friday performance u a to
paign. He Is a major generalIn Hall auditorium was held in Getman also outlined his will be given on March" 27 Q
the Army Reserves and has conjunction with a three-day theories regarding the mechanical at 7:30: pm. In addition there* >p 10,0 O O
ierved'as National President of developmental vision seminar and manual Inclinations of will be two special' matinee P
the Rkerve Officers Association. Optometrists from throughout boys and how this affects their performances: Wednesday' Feb. O
A veteran! of World War Florida. Georgia, and Mississippi learning processes as comparedto Ie, at 4 p.m. and Wednesday' Q R
U, and awarded five battle attended the seminar girls. Feb. 28. at 4 p.m.
tars* and 16 decorations Including Including Dr. William A. Cle- I -- .. -- -
the Purple Heart, the ment of Arcadia.Dr. .
Belgian Order of the Crown Getman stated there Is
and the French croix de need for' "a broader kind of a Y These emblems, and what they stand for have had and are
Guerre.As visual hygiene, a means of tellIng
a result of his many outstanding more than If a child has having tremendous importance to the economy of America
achievements in the d0iaBEFORE
Senate and his unquestionable Just He 20-20 said vision.the need Is- being to the State of Florida, to DeSoto County, and to Arcadia.To .
loyalty toe, t45. pcoplo. maya
met by many modern. optometrists
through developmentalvision travel millions of American people they have meant tho difference between bankruptcy

understanding:; understanding the visual the child de you loss of' homes, abandonment of. hopo and tho opportunity of permanent success.

velopment children and pro. write for your free- Before the establishment of. the Homo Loan honk System and the Federal Savingsand

viding a program of develop- Loon Insurance Corporation foreclosures on homes were running into catastrophic

mental that'vision will protect care and the guidance eyes TRAVELGUIDE figures. Loans on old homos, for t th" remodeling of old homes, and for building -

explaining the end result of new homes were unobtainable. There wero no financial institutions willing to
these experiences) .la vision. He furnish funds for 'this"purpose and, actually, no funds wcrd available for lending.
r both today and tomorrow. And where individuals hod funds tho financial
H": institutions were unwilling to pay rho
explained that developmental
vision Is more concerned Travel' the Congress well fj ZSZ-S? individuals a fair return on their money and no provision was made to insure the Individual
.with functions of the with IhU Travel Gul..'.. 'WJutf that his money would be repaid.
.
eyes' than with defects of the. .... sire M carry In
tKe. 0 *
eyes. rove pac'" or glovo
The' taiveme. Minn., op tornetrbt. comportment"- 0' yore cer, Great changes have token place since these emblems were displayed. Individuals and
for years did researchat all, l loe /lonsfecllttles
refer, a ,
the Gescll Institute of Child of berre' class (note* rt.*ol. clad t. cat businesses, fraternal lodges churches and other groups-including cities and counties
Development, formerly known Inspected..end,approved' by Cor 0re.s Me... .....1.. --havo responded to tho opportunity offered by these two government agenciesso
of as Child the Yale Development.He University. Clinic Monben ef c-er.sa Mona Hotel offer free completely that the assets of Savings and loon Associations where savings are

described! In detail how reservation' tervlce. We toner Credit Canis.wan. insured by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, have now reachedthe

vision Is developed, adding that .t.CONGRESS. staggering total of more than ONE HUNDRED BILLION DOLLARS.Not .
developed abilities can be Improved
HOTELS
...v. ...i..TN.. NKtkCTHRevival td'' help children reach MOTOR one single' penny has been lostto tho saver when the funds arc insured by tho

Planned their potential.full Intellectual- and social ... 1674 Meridian Av nu9'FloTfda+ Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation.

Af Local Church The speaker llrted the four .t9Mfamr'Bach t .

Beginning Feb. 13 Z/s location of learning, labeling as and locomotion language In DeSoto County, where tho First Federal in Arcadia was established" In August of

Rev.. Herbert Nesseth, Evanpll.t. defined-vision. aa- .the. .. learned-- .. .. ..-.. ..,., 1958, the people have welcomed the opportunity to participate In the building of
services.' will at the conduct Arcadia Churchof revival --- First Federal. During 1963 First Federal paid in dividends to owners of Savings Ac

the Nazarene lX>ruary 13 counts more than $150,000 and if I ho growth rate continues tho distribution of div,

through March I. according to ;J.... "" i' t. \. f....;. r. idends will approximate $ I5OOO each month.
the Per W. M. McOuIre, ,pat.tor. -

11.. .. If........ along with the Plymouth's t low price Tho that .
First
Neswth-Itop Trto whfrhsjcrovnpenies i most help, however Federal is to tho people in the DoSoto County Area

him. nave been 3 is making available to families needing f inonciny' for the purchase, building or remodeling

prorating the' gospel for the classic I understatement.f e and improving their I homes. As of today more than 'THREE MILLION SIX

past twenty and pastorate years In fields evangrlHU and- is a HUNDRED. THOUSAND DOLLARS OF LOANS ON HOMES are in 'force on First Federal

have mad. appearance* oat rs- Some loans, in addition. to tho ones on hunts, are made on churches and 'Income

.' it.'.4!! business' property
+ov.r C
... These loans hove been mode on sound values and more than 20000.00 arc being

I .M Z paid on I them every month. Funds from these 'loans havo gone into the. economy of tho

I / 1:.:' R community. Dealers In building materials benefit' "first, quickly followed by salaries'
and wages paid to workmen Lawyers, doctors and all businesses of DeSoto, county

M 'xw enjoy a greater: prosperity because the people of' the area hove mode First Federalthe

i .important asset that it has become."

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If you ore not already among the many who have Savings; Accounts at First Federalin

,I Arcadia now is the opportunity to .help yourself by getting. the maximum dividendrote

1MA for your funds. In doing. *o" your funds hove the insured protection of a permanent

government agency -tKo Federal Savings and Loon 'Insurance Corporator-and

.1 you' will have the additional tatisfcxf.on of t helping' your community.

Funds added to old accounts, or new Savings Accounts opened try February 10, will

corn dividends from February I.

MC..&TH."O $OM TRIO a a

dos. In, .cstoals.. campa rowtfcraUIe .- *. A Pear+oi* S:f. D po ;rt lock t born for yowr *olw' bl/" pa.f>.r. and J other Items you
and church ra >igns., T Jk aboat .....-and will prtar that will AmiIlrnmuth /
sap. ,oil mm9 you.
., .'..",., are ov.U.!l b!_ at low annual' eof'-from 3.50 a yea,.
eo..lrta piano.tf
The trio .
u... & ttling.geai. tolow MJ"1'W""th'" invites; cumpskraaon.' Voallprofeibly '
caner ale..dtea Uw.*dtrvrUen*..rtre.*guttar Mr., arias is Iljrtnoutk ciaTsJeaookal IIUOd find that car for rare twirl' D........ Of'''.'.

1MrPsn. ad UwW t.wYr.s. aettwg..westa I Ie'. at raw rc ml< nt un ..r. for tnorUt, Umtttf fete rt ir.. jrou N.AA I.NIt OWDI" NT1,, i L.
ftIIraI dlwtts. trtoa ate of tha moat KandWsmw rasra onaudit JrWt so murt* ear fur ao Lu- W, CL't.. : : ... e>, MOWOIPI
seed qtcartts. are a vital pactTfs UM road. ir'a 'l kiwi-loth.-poetut anywbtvet Bo"7OW..w..1I .. C. O. JOMftaXMVC1AUOC v.... p""' ."
.f OW Kang Retltteese.ta- C. JON If JOHN M. TUMNgfl
L.r JNew :: L. /!. MOMOAMM rr .
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prrLgale- win be ..is t dsorb O. * .--.c et re p. at A. L.. MITM MVAM MACK

lib and--c_QasR4_ .....vas....aV etas tKPolk see- the men J wfeo Sell (fee qaafiijr t PJeatk $TAM TATMI* Savings; & Loan Association !.Ta.......Vise PrsddeatJOHN
TUajMgstMAMLIV
De .....,... e6 )tong .... H. "W ':;THOMA e
., WATSON Arcadia. o4 she .a.. e* ta. .. Cteess .
aiiap. ..... 3feGaa. gtaW. (C' AM* sr' Treae.Usf .
u.c aD ew..a..r- JOKING AUTO COMPANYIS w." tile ca.....) ccliv' ALkCN, '
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TIlE :ARCADIAN Arcadia, Florida. Thursday February 6, 1964

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Panama Crisis .',

(Continuel from page 1-A) Mr. ,Grouch and Mr. CheerI J1/l.I 1-t.. II .' _

iflc and one on the Atlantic our DOLLARS SENT
Occun entrance to the Canal met Mr. Grouch as I walked down the streetI !/

Zone, and these fly the Amer- know him quite( well for it's often we meet U Ii AWAY FOR 1.>
Icon flag. The Panamanians lie carried a frown that was awful to see I
want their flag so displayed."In And in all of it'ft fury he beamed it on me eoltnfyScO 7)R2' PRINTING'Never

the Interior of Panamathe The sunshine went out of my heart and the clouds I
people peacefuland Back
are very Come
kindly disposed to Americans Seemed hanging about me like uneral.shrouds.

whose entrance into their Let Us Do Your Printing
affairs has Increased their The birds ceased to sing: and the breeze on the hill

1 standards of living," Pence Alike in their places were silent and still.I .

said. walked on in silence though heavy By Hugh,, flinders s.
In a letter received Tuesday '1' '/:;' of heart
County School Superintendent
from a Panamanian friend of -- ---
The deep sense gloom simply ,
By SPESSARD L. HOLLAND Pence learned that all employee ;r wouldn't depart We recently rccclv l a bul- pupil In :DeSoto County Is "

President's State of the Union <<: of the U. S. Governmentin And throughout the day aa I traveled letin from the 5ute I> Part. $302.03; for the state it is I1IU ... .
Message: Opens New Congressional the Canal Zone who are natives a'_ life's road m:nt of Education giving: some $342.23.
Session-On January 8, of Panama have been B' statistical facts bout the DeSoto County's per cent
the day following the official urged to go on strike as of .- ; on my spirit a burdensome school: of Florida ..* compared : or non-promotid children was I'

opening of the second sessionof Feb. 4th. load to the nation. I thought above the state average There i
the 88th Congress, President "But I personally believe It followed my close 'till I lay on it might bo Interesting<<: to make were 178 children retained in ,I
Johnson delivered the that einco these natives working my couchA a few comrj irJor>. between: our schools in 1902-63. The cost

traditional St3tc-ol-lh -Unlon for our Government are dark day because I had.. met DcSoto County ttnd State of riteachintf these children Is
address before a joint sessionof paid BO much better than they Mr. Grouch Avcrngte! of certain i Items.. approximately $33,76 l.OO. r
both Itouics.:: Although it will are in the Hepublic of Panama After reviewing Some of tho Tho source of all school

not be possible for to support that the Panamanian government Then I met Mr. Cheer--It was on the ,."me'atrect statistic, and considering our funds for DeSoto County is
the administration In nil of Its would be creating u hazard And somehow I wished that more often we'd meet financial situutioh wo felt broken down into tho follow

legislative program, as outlined to their own government For he carried a smile that was lovely to see pretty go In the message. I was par- if tho workers were forced to bystC'a.. comp t U to the I'etlcral 1.33: %' Racing: Funds
ticularly pleased with several strike," Pence said. And he seemed rather pleaded ho could beam: it average of the tHat: <>f blur UC7%, and Local 28. 3": The

aspects of it. I am glad that ha "Jnjido a few hours thc U.S. at me state. averages: In the same
idaHere
cmphalzcd so strongly that could replace each and all of O how could he know that my heart was bowed ore some vt the Comparsionsi : cUiHsiflcationai are State 406% I IFederal AT A B ARGAIH 'PhlCefcdfc -

economy in government will bea tho approximately 1I,0X1( down for the school: year 4 97%. Ilacina; Funds
continued national goal. I workers<< now employed from 'Neath a burden of woe from old Grouch and his: 1UG2-4J. 1.41%, and Local 41.02%. |
am glad, too, that our space Panama with Americana. The frown "I ho average: annual salary In The Pupil-Tcathcr: ratio: in
program will not suffer as wo sllikirs: would then have no iHSoto is S4./M01 1 comparedwith cSoto County is 24.3 per

strive to obtain this objectivethat support, no money und their Hut the sunshine came into my soul with a thrill ':),G18 J'.l: : for t the stat. teacher, in th! State it is 20.2.

cconcmic-.i will bo sought; UII.their cst own would government be turned," he on And ti birds sank; strain in the tree: on the hill. Av, rage: .urtcnt ojcpeiicta' per D Soto County's Percentage, !I &EN fertft L f ttt &
in thojc not Attendance is 9I.S while
area so damaging -
ciiitl. And somehow 1 felt a deep sense of content
to our national security and For I knew that the with his smile. had been the Btntc's uvcrucc: daily attendance -
Mr. Pence went to the Canal man ::
U :94.2C; .
pruiUge Finally, I found encouragement Winn-Dixie Sales ; ; *
Zone us u Civil Service worker cent"Ily; i I
: in his statementrelative
to the right to vote. .in. the( Operation and Maintenance the spirit of pinKlneof'= ] : peace und good will Show Increase

The President's atnlcrnznt: on Division and net his stay And wherever ho'd RO ho would carry it null Thas f and That
this subject may histcn the lit a year. After a year lie Well the r ten> o of his mnilu Is still J IIIIRPrini? near, Over Last Year
ucioptlon of my pending nrnendmrnt fount" I ho liked the country and And I thank Gal LCCUUJC I hud met j\Tr.\ Cheer: (Cotitinucf from page! I-A)

to the Constitution which BL stayed: VII until after the Hubert I., Byrd .IIJ'KSUNVILJ.g: (Sludnl) V..'. D JJn.iaUson:: t>t St. Paul, BIG
war lie then moved his wife Sales rccorci rU by Wiiuil -
would eliminate the poll tax Minn.rota, und t their i i* n File.l
and one of his daughters (he >i\ie Stores during the :2Uwctk I
B' a rrquisitv to voting In federal and wanted to return to the
has two soil und two daughters jHirioU cn election Thirty-nix/: of the scene he rcintmbtrcd 110 w ..n-I
While the other of his chowini. incr > = ( 4.4tt :
) : un a-i? o
.
re iulrd ratified the t mend men t prior children Wtiit lu school: hi the Scott Kelly Brought* CampaignTo p_rc-nt: over thin Mrrcspundmu : planned a tour of the city and 10
States. >trlixl a
| year so.
,
to the year, and I am happyto of both CurUtroin and Durr ,
Mho one ctrctthcd toclrhti.cn A total sales volunc, of $461-
year PeSoto County Tuesday
Bay that Maine became the Fields where!' Mr.\ Erlcson was :
75V.OMI: for tills -. 3-\Veck
thirty-seventh: state: to ratify on : told he recently re- Senator Scott Kelly visited tv/ce-n! Marion and-Lee, than in yOiitperiod in Ih.- Signal"': Corps und the
tt.rcd. ) moving buck to the surpocsoxJ last year'stlgure
Thursday of this week. states nut after so many years Arcadia and DcSoto County any other section of Florida, ot $-i42.0Jil.3l: : !; bySdlcu $ltJ- IVrchasIng. Department.Mr. c cu. FT.jf
Panama Canal Must Remain of association: ho still retainsan Tuesday for his I first visit and that u candidate must V.0sso: Donalc'son is manager i .
Under U. S. Control-While I active lntcik; t in affairs of since he threw his hat Into have this vote to ret elected. oi lulucutional:: Television in St
during the .week period -
view tho recent rioting; in the that area. All business, establishments the coming Governor's race He! has a campaign slogan "Go endinu Jan II tcjljlcdtQ. ,-, I'aul, und Minneapolis Minn.
Panama Canal Zone with dismay Mr. Kelly halls from Lake- TEAM", and said that If he --
In the Canal -L
etc.
472.418: 01; compared with $",- The Memorial Grammar 8c:1I.'tn look at o6ud '
I feel most strongly that Zono arc U. S. Governmentuwncl land.. In talking. to a small was able to get In tho second -4
613,095 riiirlnrt' the <*rrrcspondln -
wo must remain in ,,'o01Iletocontrol ) mill operated. The house aruutv of friends Tuesday, hoiiiplMsUvd prtmary. rut euro 'that hu Scrool Parent Teachers Association et prtca "Ra
< period oi J9.n; increase ,
x ; wi| Jjiic.t Tuesday night, 1r
of the ono and of tho the fact that there could win ..
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he lived Iwu-btd-
in, u larji'e: cf 2.85e,451! IVJ;
$ or pxrcmt. I'S .
Feb. II, at 6 CO !
operation of the waterway Itself rotjut, living. room, dining are more voters within 20fj Ilie spcuker said that a candidate !Full width freezer,
miles of Lakeland, whlehu. Inn.lJlxlo cpminfis uttertatci. :- The lion. ChectcrlicUl Smith I
the
maintaining same break must have three thins:
kitchenand
dominant and room, taut room described us Central Florida, diirlns. the 23..week; per- will bo guest sp<*ok .and will ,. chiller tray ,Jt .
responsible: position paruge.: well Irnlaht.-d.1> the man rmuit have an hjn\ c-; .
be kxl ended: Jun. II l totaled ,- bring some of the highlights:
which wo have held continuously coot him only $48 month. with the counties lying :- an orcurttz.-itl'xi; and finurVro.I MMel ,
per .123, 858, which represented a of his trip around the world Door storage t
since tho construction
TA-241Y: 1
A full time maid cost: about la said that he was not a
pcrcntagc to cairn: t' 2.13 and during last year.
...
of thin vital link betweenthe
f3O: per month and groceries, lawyer as are most of the others All v \ rTlicrc
earnings per'comtnon share of members "are urged to
Atlantic and Pacific Oceans obtained at a government commissary Trailer Park but has a record In Lake- ; ;
73 ctnts. This to.pared to attend. F ; 1
The loss aV General I Electric'
of, relinquishment is
or any were tar cheaper than baud of being a successful'bus-' nothing t 'just as good
of this position would In (Continue! from page 1-A) earnings sifter taxes of $8,827.23J .- -o-
can be bought: in the States. incas; man, und while Mayorof
: during the :28-wecK period Lions club members! will bel
my opinion, greatly endanger take action against those on
The home was built In Dai- Lakeland, distinguishedhlmcclf
ended Jan I'. 1993. which host to their wives at a ladles .
national and would the list.
our security: boa Heights where the recent: delinquent as A BIO business man. .
sale of 2.00 and ..rnlnBS night picnic next Tuesday.
also future The official were told the per $134,95 :
Jeopardize our negotiations -
student riots' look place, and He said that Florida Government ,
represented a plRentage to The picnic will begin at 7 pan.at .
with other nations, delinquents'wtJI bo given a
overlooked Ualboa Harbor and Is me Dullness, with 43.OOO ,-
and those of Latin America In the Pacific side of the Canal. period of one month to settle employees. common share of 70 cents. Central Transformer
particular. If there have developed "On the whole people In their' bills and then the mar 4 Shares outstanding on Jan. """, nd.. Louis Wells and Fred Arcadia MusicFurniture
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly both
are Forbes co-chairmen for the
II amounted to 1 ..61,15c.'CJln are
( over the years any Puiiuma are friendly, courteous shal should start a "crack- native Floridians hailing from -
inequities in our dealings with people and If there .Is annl- down.* even going as furs WilY out in West Hlwrlda.' pared to 12,671.44) on Jun. 12, event.
the Republic of Panama, certainly tnnnity It Is the cause of Infiltrated s making arrests. 1063. Store
they "may bo corrected, communists and Last year council: allowed Senator Kelly's service in Wlnn-Dlxle nov operates a
but" under no clrruinitances can teachers who have embraced more than 30 hardship" cases the Florida Senate was marked total of O22 retail stores and Newspapers. are more!' than
we afford tc.du< more than that. those doctrines Pence" said. to fay' taxes on the installment by a number of major accompliahmcnt eight wholesale unit comparedto purveyors of news; they also POLK'S
Our continued control and operation plan but the City Recorder reported of statewide 601 retail stores fend eight have a hand In creating It bydlalnlf
of the Cam! and the Monday night that approximately Importance. wholesale units tt >car ago. ; It out of news sources
complete protection: of our people >> 10 per cent of During a question and'ans' Tho Arcadia' KwiW Ch.k Store who don't realize they hive a 33 West Oak St. Dial WA 8-7281
there must be our main Pancake Day those have "nut paid a cent" Wee period, when asked what Is a member of the group. news story I
concern. (Continued from page 1-A) and a number of others have he would do about the Civil !1- -- .... -

Legislation of Stale. Interest all Klwanls Clubs and the Arcadia topped paying. Rights situation Mr.\ Kelly
Introduced To date., I have City Attorney Lewis Purvis said that his basic philosophy)
organization has expended CHEVELLEI!
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1s that all that FVIALIBU SUPER SPORTS CHEVROLET
introduced two small bills nf thousands of dollar for the suggested putting the delinquent Florida needs by
interest to Florida. Last weekI benefit of DcSoto County children "hardship" cases In withthe today is MORE JO US. That
meter. suit he plans to file the imputation of Florida has
offered "tn behalf of Senator
during the last 20 years.In .
Smathvrs and myself, tegislatlou order to promote the activity. shortly against/ residents who nearly. doubted since 1'JSO! land t
authorizing the Secretaryof It has been necessary for have unpaid tax bills dating more work must be found for y
the Interior to condemn w the club to sponsor at least back two years or more. the unemployed. i''v'l
arpt, ,
Miss Way said she has stopped' t
mall plot of real estate within one big fund raising event each -
the City, of St. Augustine so as year. Barbecues, shows of various billing. more than fl.ooo I .
In delinquent garbage taxesbecause L ,
to provide' the only additionalland type and Panckake Jam-
needed at the Castillo do borers have been the major the cost of sending; out Old
bills was 'running. too high.1 ,1h6
G tZf2
San Marco National Monument promotions& throughout the
to re-route Highway AlA. years. Mayor Spter warned he could .r r vim Vl

other needed' plots have brett The Jamboree .U under the not see slow the city can make

acquired by negotiation, The direction of the special events a person tvty a city garbage
need for this action has become committee, headed by Charlie collection law when the person .
pressing inasmuch as St. Whlddcn and every local Ki- was not using the system. : T xw tjt4

Augustine will celebrate: Its wanlan will assist with the ac- The city attorney answeredby t : :
,
400th anniversary next year, tivity. Several nationally famous reporting the Uw requiresthe vr '&\# :4;
an event which will bring food processors will city, lo make garbage collection -
thousands of visitors, to the historic share In the sponsorship but : whether the tax la -II)' the lime a man ran af x 'dloa
city.*' The rv-ruuting of It will finally boll down to the paid, or not and city taw prohibits ford tit toe a gait b.&lIlIe cau.I I .; .
that small section of AIA will effort of local Klwanians to any person from dieposing hit It that lar."

make available adequatesrk'' make the event a success ___ __of_ his_ __own_ _. 'garbage._ r
Ingn space adjoining the fort Local Klwanians are now --" -- _
and will eliminate the present conducting a ticket selling campaign

crossing of the highway on then on Saturday ticket .,
foot. On January 14 I 'Intro will be on sale at the Jamboree Now PARRISH t,

doted a second bill, a Joint resolution mere are 91 1.00 for
commemorating: the adults and SO cents far children mm I I I wltl

Golden Anniversary. .>f the Na. under 10 yen of age. Last Day TftOVDONAHUC
val Air Station at IVnsacola. .
I fy.a ..
and authorising' the design and
manufacture at private expense ----- -
Two Candidates
of a gslvanu (large medallion FRIDAY THRU TUESDAY
) to permanently mark (Continued from page 1-A)
this birthplace' of U.S. naval
while as teller at DeSoto National .
avlatiun Mine was a companion lUnk. He .U a ranch
bill to th.Au l Congressman and citrus man and an avid
llob Hikes" wile. has taken, spurts fan. *"M.afrOSmM,
the lead. In seeking. de> rv*
"Annapolis rtiugnltion of the Air.of the Methodist.la also a Church.32nd Degree Mr Carlton Mason ,OUKSUiS N::: What's so super about theC ices f1e Malibu' Super Sports?

and a member ot the Shrtn
since February 133. He bee Inside? front' "'ehnath AI1-vinllntcrior. Ammeter, rear axle aint.end-metanie brake linings and sports-'

Qualifying one MM*. C J. Sunny) Carlton : oil prvenuTv anti I water temp. causr*. Floor-mounted styled simulated' walnut steering- wheel., to cam just

Jr- and three grandchildren .r'L'ISr stralcht-tin shift- lever for iVaffjlide' or" sporty 4- a few of them.
Mr. Carlton staled :
Deadlines that he .
would announce his platformIn .ettl..ttt$ 1Utn PF Spred stick sfcift.- Outside Special motdinr*and wheel covert SS Uentifloktion. -'

(Continued
school board members from, the Arcadian ..- ISO-hp and optional< I Ii5-hp. TA.'... \H*. (rum standard these Malibu SS Coupes and Convertible. W their price. .'
districts/ two and four School Mayor Spevr' issued the pro*. CS3-co..l to ,
i. up (you..tina it ri2b'-) And the beat way to find out what rrrrytliincf?

Ism board iA.members Clement are and Dr Arthu will, tarnation cause the calling late. councilman Ute election had b*. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Feb. 12, 13 arr-cu-ln.* Try rAe:. on to flatten. out lulls! ..:I.'ri.-!' eW is that makes them so super k to thin on..

Roe, Jr Clerk of the Circuit t not served half his terse Eft Optional KJoctrie tachom Positraction Your Chevrolet deatrr. can: take care of that.CammUt .
Court Lee Avfcnt will aJe, OtherwtMv nsrrsasor could r .: I '.. Or/io.ef/ el re+srr. et.t. t.

up for rerlecUoa.) City have. Council been appointed by the HWTRNe..w.AUDREY THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS aienIe. Clirry It Ornir CorietIeI

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To qualify a candidate must .. r I .:-
be a rrafctofit of the city, pay 1 .a...Sb.
In one year tb* IWWSII6'""t, a f_ *r same stellar, and take
consumed by newspaper inAsnertcea the cities and cocnmutki,* Deadline tor vualirymg .Is F.-. tvs W.s u.. l ARCADIA MOTOR CO. INC.
,Us would make a cwaU.....I. ruarr It.... asvt4atg %a> ..... J v Mtaisew A.mw.r .
ribbon of paper IS Inch** _lee, way city hCW'dft. !/I/Itec\lllnt.. I ,
ant thin 193 million, boJIUu will. I be
more WCA utiUI Ft -
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Chicago Seen As Spectacle Of pulanceBy ,\ Out Of Sight. Mind,



L. O. BERGINTh. tee Its Negro quarter its Jewish the Lake shore, the automobiles is elevated
so as to reverse the Oy ROBERT MORRIS
Carlo NationalistIt quarter and a vast series of drive Experience has further
four and six ILL
abreast great' 56 1CNI When the Test
is situation giving the outward Dan Treatywas
very difficult to decide shown
ugly looking streets outside the rubber dividers rise up out of: that there .isi no sure
whether the vast city of Chicago downtown area, where Poles the road to deal with the density bound traffic from the city thtlaargest ratified last summer the way of determining if crack
-th. second greatest in and Ukrainians Czechs and of traffic they give six margin of the roadway Senate leaders were expressly develop in our solid fuel ,...-
the United States Is an Italians and other refugees and lanes to the Incoming traffic: All along the north shore assured that certain safeguards tem. Moreover the geographical
amalgam or a melting pot of fortune seekers from Europe in the morning and three to the palatial apartment building! cited a. indispensable by the location of Important Soviet -
the races, which have gone and to their foot shine with a white newness 4.Q0 Joint Chiefs of
try get on the less dense outgoing traffic.In Staff would be targets has not been determined -
still co to make up that curious first step of good fortune. the evening the rubber while along the waterfront' rT. 'implemented by our Defense with sufficient accuracy
continent. Along the great Michigan dividers of the morning descendto thousands of private boats and IX-partmtnt These safeguards ,
The city has its Chinese quar Boulevard the golden miles of road level and another set yachts America's new status Q ,tM made a condition for their ap- These are real substantial
symbol-undulate at their i prurvtil by the Joint Chiefs. In- and serious inadequacies' that

moorings.FASCINATING eluded 1 aggressive and comprehensive have actually turned up, .in
testing underground connection with
our mUUA
f I Jlie C-tlltor r/ol/.ool.G Gj SPECTACLE tti the limit of the treatry a system. We should remember*
The
un-endlng stream of standby apparatus to test in that with the advent of Wotkt
automobiles seen in the dark of the
atin so pher .nt1eansay War Ii. we discovered to bur
the evening time to a fascinating the atmosphere, if distress that
necessary our Navytorpedo
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spectacle of America's opu and extensive monitoring, facilities did not detonate because '
i I Area Historical Society Studied lence. Tho immense. ,. broad fuse defect which escaped oda

waterproof highway, seen as a I "have been searching invaui notice because we did no testIng -.
great parabola from the top of
fur evidence: that these of torpedoes with war
By EARL E. NEIBERGER ballot soonest. It is hoped for Cut bill for debate and here .Is one of these vast apartment 4 ufctfuanU' are, Indeed being heads _
An organizational meeting: 100 percent voter participation an example of how it would buildings, beautifully appointed implementctl Unless they are, We also know that the Communists %
I for a historical society to cover Do your part. Won't :you? Vote work: for a four.penon familythe with their picture windows In we are opening our nation to have been testing the
Peace River Valley has been I today. tax savings would be $32.OO) their living rooms brings home a great risk and the specific effect of SO-megaton blast'8n
scheduled next Tuesday night' for a $3.000 income: S139OO Inas the image of the United States assurance of the late Presidentis missiles in their silo*. We haw
at the DeSoto County court Also as a country in perpetual motion being thwarted. not. W
a questionnaire w the $7.300: bracket; $287.00 in have not even ct mv
I house. Meeting will begin at sent with the ballot. The ideaIs I the $15.30O income and $3.- where the automobile, is Moreover we continue: to close to detonations ot this'
8 PJTI. to get each member's opinion 342.OO fur a four-person family king. phase' :! out our manned I bombers >> magnitude. It could well be that
A historical society performsa what is This fascinating city of light We are now
on the most pressing In the $100,000.00 Income producing no electro magnetic Impure),
J significant community service need for Arcadia and De. status. and movement is the memory tttMnbers' and non. are sched could disable our missiles In
I and communicates the Soto County.. Hope every! which I retain best together ul'd.Ve are putting ..I'.ter1'r'IIAnt'e their silos. ,awls
, heritage of the past not onlyto member will take time and I The big fish of 1984! We will with that of my generous" hosts Medicare Should Bo Rejected on missiles for our We da>> know that the velum ..

the present answer the questionnaire l It t elect a President Vice-Presi- Jack and Molly Ellin, two }K\en: though the hard cold fact that the* fetlemlirmernment defense.Wo of the Soviet blasts ft*".
I but to the will be a big help to the Chamber dent one-third of the Senate highly cultured members. of has are doing this even actually put a satellite orr-wn'
no what
the Jewish who money except it 'ta from
I future. It frequently of Commerce directors t Insetting community K though there is room for serious out of
i and all of the House of Repre- the function. This happesMKl
people has l Ion
helped me to the hammered home again and
see manyfaces aaralnan,1
b*- doubt about the
of
up a program work; sentativcs For the Democra- reliability before the Test Dan Treaty
comes the for the ensuing year. crate it appears at this writing of this. heterogeneous city again prt>|>onentM of the Medicare compulsory of missiles In general In fact was ratified.
I storehouse of that President Lyndon In Chicago's downtown area, health program are studiously Ignoring it. How else our Senate has taken testimony There .Is not a day. to Unc
I n formation All indications are that from i Johnson Is a sure one for the where the overhead. r.Uw.Y'coes can you explain! their insist enow on enactment of U'ir- that opt'rational checks and so urgent Is this situation,,
for the com the top to the bottom of our President nomination the big clickedy-clack all day I illation that would rot $35: billion to treat the auvtl |ire.flrlrt| checks hAve rvalrcl Meantime. our manned bombers -*
; munity. governmental structure federal question is who for vlce-presi- lunched In a German restaurantas already eligible for the reset, of their lives as tho Amer a great Inadequacy In our must be retained and note!
All Interes- !, state and localthere i dent on the Democratic Tic the guest of that urbane and leanrf'ttlc&,1: Association: has testified? missiles. We also know that destroyed. In a bonfire aa Se-
I e d persons will be no overall decrease In ket distinguished lawyer and sen. corrosion In the hyilruullc. *
i with him. Among those aloe Cecil A. Partee. There Is As others qualify tho coat would rio to greater systems rotary McNamara propose
should make spending in the foreseeable fu- and contamination In the
More
prominently mentioned for the astronomical Important r.pI.c..eata.muat
heights. It to '
that
seem u* tho *
it point nothing different between'Mr.Partee unconscionable -
a to attend the meetIng ture. We are still in an era of 1 second spot on the Democraticparty's propellant systems are danger be mad for the IU47
and auece.atullaw- cost, alone. provides" more than sufficient ands:
deficit spending the any that set In with missiles
yet da- national ticket are At- with the U-33s. Th. Rn-TO. orj
mour for more of this and more< torney General Robert Kennedy yer in any great American city reason for Medicare's rejection t but there tiro many the .passage of tlm. electronic something better should 'bet
Chamber of Commerce bal of that means we will continueto Mayor Robert F. I found his office decor something other sound. opposing! arguments: These Include: systems anti guidance: systems put Into
Wagner
lots went into the mail this spend more. Some are lookIng of New York City United- of great beauty and giving 1. The hike In Social Security taxes would have, are so complex and matl with It would-Oo'h.t: :: : "out.oft{
weekend' : Every member I surged to federal tax cuts to help. States' Senator Hubert Ilurap- some Insight into his Intellectual to be at lea.it twice that eatlmuted by the Adminis such great precision' that they"ouM sight-out of mind" I I. the ruler
'' and artistic .
tastes.Hut .
to'vote and return they The Senate now has the Tax (Continued tration. probably deteriorate with too whoa
7 U
on page ) In the ITnJlMi.. .. Stales It many people I
.Is not Into restaurant- -- 2. There in no j UK I fie at ion for the uo or tax with\ shark and any lon.-tarrn\i should be our leaders In his t
every
: can go with Senator Parsee you as funds: c.olltochd from workers at the low end of the storage. I Important area.f1' "" J JO

sn.J.n :JI. nlV.JI I found-because: he happens to Income scale' to |lIMY medical exM be a Negro He took: along with elderly imputation, including the ,ielf.supliorting and the .- u
I him a colleague, who is alsoa wealthy. r, :
Negro' but nearer to being a 3. Tho aged who need 'help in nteetlnir' medical .

Court Upholds Right-To-Work LawPy white. We discussed at length bills are already receiving it through private health liwsuranco. /; 50r '! i
this time-consuming: vicious & through public funds, through voluntary w. ; ,.(( 50clay '
problems which sears ttte fare organizations und through selMinancintr.Local Jf
heart of the United Stales ...-
THURMAJf SENDING: decision constitutes badly need- rageous situation for a man's
a In*ruling that state courts ed sanction for the protectionof job should. be dependent on day.Mr.. Partee Is of course, an Father, we pray that our religion may not b4
may. enforce their own right- working men who do not nothing save his ability to satisfy antl'Segregatlonlst. He is a n I :'Jo.. .,4'Vd one of form nnd ritual only.' :May we keep in mind the

to-work,law, the U3.Supreme, want to be forced! to join a / his employer that he .Is) reasonably wealthy man as Is -LJ.JC"JJ.J....' ,. X 4 "ti'iiitiliiKs( of Thy prophot of old and the example .ol'
Court for the frrrt time ina union. State rJchUto-work )law capable and willing to dA. a also nas.eoI1...,.. Bat both .i. 4 but- |t.J" long while, adhered closely to originally came into existenceto day's. work for a day's pay.. them for all thM legal pollHrar.V ( to mlnUttr. In Ills name we ask. .\men.'o. .
to the grant ef freedom contained prohibit closed shop contracts The''court decision upholding and business success log life, ': ::1 ,_ .
In the Constitution.; The under which a man must join state's jMtW-in nght-to-work suffer the inevitable brand that Tax Situation .. :: .
.
court also held that a state a union in order to get a Job laws duo, lr< a welcome buttressing makes them second clas ... ., _
may'fcon the so-called agency and union shop contracts under of state sovereignty. ciUtrns If not. under the law, 11'T,
shop: which a man must join a unionIn which has suffered heavy. blowsat then at the hands of the public. ny |*rrl.iMr*
Undet agency shop contracts order to keep his job. These the hands of the Supreme "How doe it effect mer said[ ( : peg the TWO MINUTES
,. do rIght-to-work laws have beena Court In recent year.. For the state representative Partee. He a.1)| | _. %*+ :
have to prime target of the union 20 states that have right-to- looked across at his colored ly. pay linN mE WLEar
bosses who see In them an opportunity work laws, their sovereigntyIs friend. "How long .. ,H."'Ks 1 rut ..1 I..,.' eeea tiee e. s&e ....
out mem for fl'ft'dom.mlnd.d' somewhat safer at a reult said, "since either of us have ...... .. ., but ....- Ne -.." ,
In a been able to take a holiday In --- .-sO )
working people to escape the of the ruling th*.a
but dictatorship of union officials. But the tak la not done bjr the United States His friend papers, .
I.moat pay the Where right-to-work laws are any. me. .. Thirty. states. do did not need to reflect. *I !just TV plants
of not in force the working man NOT have right-to-work laws. couldn't remember. But I have while, '. .. *....| The Berlin Wall and Another Wall
Is without adequate protection.lie This. means that In more than. nt" had a holiday In this. country duced' r.'..? i
fees must In effect pay. tributeto halt the states. of the Union since I. was a bey. will many. \\'. were all doubtUas our>rle.l when the Kant
due a union in order to hold working men are deprived ofa Even the negro who has mad tially.. not (:..rm.n autltorltle l began oiwnlng the Ilerlln! wall t*
court down a job. This is an out- measure of protection that the grade In business' or In the. IIE1I1ND ,, anti l West German; visitor nt Christmas time. We can ne Ire!
they need. In these states, profession, baa to get away .0....- t IM sure just what might the Communists sleeve t
many. employees will continue' from the color bar If he wants, Moat .. ( Lute of but for the time "being. It Mrumla ,
What
encouraging. they
000 CI to be required to join and to enjoy his holiday. If. has services get ought to do, of course.. Is to tear the wall down.
tJLate tInteresting .J.Jj;, contribute to unions when they to go to Hawaii or to the Be* buy cost would .Is n crime ngalrut It
humanity and aln
do not desire to do so. It .Is in hamas. or to Mexico or to befot.. t a against. Cod"
:7 these SO state. that renewed Europe.: In fact to any other sad "' to confine half a city In a cage, to treat human twine.
drive must be made to give part of the world.. with the exception _..led. ......111....* .s If they were animals.
perhaps *f South .. The Ilible/ speak' of a wall that
working men the protection afforded ef ar separated man
Floridians them In the other 20 Africa. your rit .. NET kind( ) 'into two .)8rla. In Kphesians: 2 the law the ten
.tale*. The favorable Supremo .Another problem. he encounters local ta *..a.-! commsrtilmenta. .Is called "**th.. middle wall of partition."
'. Court ruling should be .helpful. la. U\... If Senator lanes however ..,. wok Th. lAw wsui given to C;o l's covenant people. The,
MUSSCLU KAY as much at home dressed In an In promoting the right-to-wo.k "0'There' are some Interestingcharacters evening gown conducting the drive .nd In helping the general In Florida and the State, they have to carry with .. the ,
Intr-Amertcan Music Conference public understand the Issu are not and had given them the 'law,
-.but
current lau of the Reader's which... organized with of personal freedom thatIs them n list ef restaurants. SJMteU toe *,ampl .. l -. ft they broke the law,
that !
Horn
Digest tells about two of them.' headquarters In Miami.. Involved hotels. and even toilet faclUUs might ... Im- so 3'U' says "Whatsoever the law aalth'
Dick Pope oC Cypress Gardens When not bossing her gang Even In those state that have where they ran (ekaccommodation locality tMWWJ'' to them that are under the law that KVKKY MOUTlli(
and Tugboat Kate Thornhill ef on the docks she Is quite at th* right-to-work, working; without bring stem ,, stream may 1 be stopp"! anti AI.I. Tilt WOULD might. be'
Mia 1m*. at borne playing a Chopin concert men ate still under hag pressures .Insulted because of the cob* of stsbl t .. slier. brought 'In .guilty lioforr (;Qt''."
Both stories tingle with human or giving tea for her fellow from powerful unions hale akin, and ban and cafeterias e. .*. fov ItecauaM. of the broken law all men have bees d
Interest and Inspiration. artists or for. local and that often resort to ruthlvs. where they ran ak for Solar ... .. t ..*.. I"lacr They appear .in the current Is. foreign dignitaries... pressur". Enforcement of the food and drink without feeing tho a service .*. of grace. .MKur (if.U hath concluded. them all In u*.
.weesTtae Digest. After separation from her right-to-work to rat always told. obliquely' that the 'Manaewaatl to -. .trm. Uli..', that If. might' have mercy upon aUC( j
'f." salvation tra all throodb Kofsf.t)' d
familiar with .the Dick Poppesad and began looking for a means tent .that It should .b*. Many Continued on peg 7-O) Why. '" rllon_ .!. ** r"t. wh. diet' I for our sins at Calvary.' Thus It la J
Cypress o..saIorJ', of supporting herself and, lane of work ar* still dominated ... they Kph.: 2.13. H tMMkj.
.
few have ever heard. the .. th ... ..-.
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asstasag daughter Willing to tackle., by tight union structures.Th .r.u
account of IL,.. Tborahin.wn thing she became1 manager ef working snn who wants) ... "Hut; now. Christ Ja.us. ye who once were tar
la probably the only woaa a reptile firm and played SMraew to avert ..*. liable fates -big. STRICTLY MISJNESS off are ma..fe nigh.. by the blouU of ChrUt.. For He .Is) l osjf*
an stevedore boas la the UnitWritten mad to too baby alligators as trouble from the union organ. m..*lf |II'aC'hlJ hath made. 'both one., and hath broken clown:!
N IUMe& well as numerous snakes and salton *. Thus mull rsmsiji .(*. W* 'the middle, wall of partition between ua-and Vet..t
:'} for the popular Digest boa constrictor She aceum- .. be nun* .In the enforcementffcrld. .. that Ifl: "That He might reconcile both unto God 'In otie i
feature The Most Unforgetabl panted .thim to TV shows, Ther finds.. .. b*. for over 1 Itotly' by the n...... having' slain the enmity. 'h.hT.-J
.' Character. I Leer )get- checked rattlers sail cobra to aampl.l a closer surveitlan** 1 i '. .,11. up Thank, coil 1 there .U no "lUrlln Wall" between CJoct
by Anne .I- .Pe..sit\ recounts be sure they. were properly. of sm.,il*>miat eondlttons. InIndustry "_hv* and i those who trust .111.. Xonf nor between believer. ;who|
Ok* amailng sapsitsm' *. e* her tfefanged. with an eye .* a**.. We have been made "one t ** '
slw.eve w..*.. verte. *jrosspUaomenta >. She was the tint woman to Nag that th* enlans rte aot ..- ..,,- ._ "jily_In_ Christ.. & ,
are .e rmarkaW.that ever fly wWI the Mary's crackatunt errlstng subtl. asdirlisniiar but if
n Is' tfttnreJt to beUeve teem, the ... Angela. > ..ss*>..ii. to bypass the rtgktt ..", 0
that ayes ... man could ea- tike wee ready to try anything week laws.. *rio.l .. :
srls* r* *. mares In a single. ..."..".. TSMO. law. BJMSI ass b* al. a. .
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stout looted weattMsearndimt act aircraft part company andjuatfcly dead letters. Tb ...... ., tberlgbtto'oosk blame
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rTbee mbar pw on .. taas hew ........ elaippeag bess.et and se s cte* that .r.. ,..sosisa <. f .on. Post* Offt. si AssailS' riottd, under A t *f Congros elM ''
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l =::=V News Items From Brownville .! Owens News .1


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Station
WAPG Programs Mih S. W. w.: I'RrtCliETt' to an ear infection. Hope hehnson and :Mrs. Webb and Mr. and Marie Walker and sons Paul ItAV' STBOBlJiMrs. Mr. and ..Mrs. Ben Robertsonand

Mr ,land Mrs. TrW Jo I will soon be able to come home Mrs. Barger. and Stanford Murphy: WhITe MRS. and grand daughter of Pin.
Jim Shelter baby
and children and Mr. and Mr.
Sam Ash Jr. and Karaon A Spaghetti Supper was held
there they visited their
Parcel j of Arcadia spent Sun- new her slster-ln-iaw ot Wauchula Island came up Saturday afternoon
Mercer spent Sunday at the Friday night at the Brown-
1480 dial grandson Sammie for the first
on your day ternoon at Placida. races In Fort Myers. Sam Jr. ville Baptist church. Kveryone called on Mrs. Shelter's mother f of r a visit. with Mrs.; Rebertaon's :; .
trine he la teh son of Mr. and
Mr (Sam Ash Is spending a won another nice trophy this aeenmd1. tor enjoy themselves Mrs. Ffcul Murphy. Mrs. Katherine Gray one mother Mrs. H. G.
few <|ays In the hospital due I makes him two. plenty ef food was served. Mrs. Alvin Williams niece day last week Ho* a short short visit Jehnsen and family. In the
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WEEK DAYS THURSDAY. CHANGES Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wallaceof Mr and Mrs.. W. W Prff- of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Murphy and also with stopped Grandafther Holden. late afternoon they all enjoyeda
visit
I So;:! :&VRa : 1. ,...... 11les Tfc Aw.diwr I Scoring visited at the homeof chett' visited Mr. and Mrs.' J. visited in their home Monday. Rev and Mrs Alton MasH picive: supper in the woods.
,: .. -p- FRIDAY. CHANGES I Mr. and Mrs. Norval Bar- 1> J>nes'on Nocafee. Road FrIday Mrs. Ida. Murphy of Lime and who have movedto Maay happy returns of the
.?,00 M. wr (mmeS ___..,. S w..M.e 4iI0 err.N... 3..a Would An Accident gcr on Monday. night, hey akMt called on atone also called in the Mur- Pine daughter Island recently were day to Mr.' Bus Johnson, and
> all Sr Mr. and Mrs. Art St. John Mr and Mrs. I* r. Pritchen phy home. Lynette Johnson and to Mr'
1:::: ,SIM M.w*. I.1s..1..r. '* W.*ffca ... 8ATUKOAY CHANGES p Cut Off celebrated their 17th wedding and Mr. and Mrs* J" K. Hurst Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hurst here' for a visit with Rev S., F. Jim Scott of Arcadia who aU
.as M.a/.t M.vr, er R..d .., ........, 01111n8.s Beard Thursday night while ona'
: ward ww. anniversary on Saturday witha Mrs. Zelitf! Hick and M*. and celebrated lllrthdayisweek. this
oa M and children Mr. and Airs
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It M. fe. Rd t Eros Ie""My ....*. W sNw. LN.*'. busmes trip to Arcadia. '
1110*- I M-.v.N.T .. Yoijr PDw8r'Your supper at the home of Mra. Mrs JlYn Porto and daughter VT. W. Frltchett spent Saturday Friends to hear .
,4s .> -:>. Imnrlfm. SUNDAY Earning St. Johns parents Mr. and, Ctefcft-1 Aan .f KnoxvUJe, : and Saturday night In Mrs. were7 Ore Albritton had Jimmy Converse and David
W-OX> M.w. SvmoMry A Waalfca* Mrs. Norval Barger.' Tenn-. are spending a-few day Sunday that Ho&ingsworth accompanied by
.. .. Placida and came home -
T. Sarasota
10'O Cmmmtif "' .. been patient In
.. : sea oe financial well- The Brownville home demonstration In the nome ot Mrsv H. r. a friends Randy Bateman f
j 1:00 H t Si. owed.. 1..o .._. .......y f w.._ family'* morning. Hospital last week. We hope two ,
/I $$' MoleM*w7,J6 a mi< 1:0' Geq.l "'_ bedog hangs by a delicate club will meet Fl ps. Mrsi. flicks Im the sU. We are sorry to report that and Ralph Brady, enjoyed- .
be.weU again.Also
; ,M::nslMnMry: : a w....... t. :=.-=Nr:..w..MN thread Thursday at the home of Mra. ter of Mr*. Fippe Mad Mrs. Mrs.\. Myrtle' Hitch is still a she will soon sincere sympathygoes train' ruse to Lakeland and- aback
Mwal. jTaJirTir WM.tmt ':)1) Ar..di.. .. .. Ge4 : your ability to work Norval Barger. This will be Porton .Is her niece. They arrived patient in the Arcadia General our Saturday. The boys, with

m.; ..f .,. ..... ..6_ .....a. *::: N.Ward. N..dM 5w.. ,,: a".-.t"" and earn. Don't take chances. their monthly meeting and officers in Arcsdf* Saturday and Hospital but hope she will soon Hull to who the passed family away of Mrs.recently Alice- Mrs. Holingsworth and Mrs. ti
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:> YOf .--1 Ask about our low-cost In- will b* elected fur 1964. spent Saturday nlgft with Mr. be well enough to come home. Iend"br Converse left on the mid morn-
....... :Mrs. Hall had many
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: : MtV O ioiasft: .. &t'w. Air and Mrs. Jack New- and Mrs. E. C. Newberry' and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis and .hag train had lunch and enjoy
., Protection Plan that area.Relatives .
21A0 .M. N ani.M' A w..M1. _. ........... com title
sqt Mw/wt. M.,., .. ...< :oo H a weatherdee berry and children' visited M'r.and children Mr.\. and Mrs. David Mtzell and ed the beautiful fountain andpark
'....... ........ : -'.' w_. (...-, here to attend her
Income when
Tl-. I A W* tlM. !I'!l'oo H_ .., .. w_ assures your Mrs. Harold; Hampton and Sunday afternoon Mr* Fipps daughter Lorrie spent Sunday afternoonin In downtown Lakeland..
4 T held Friday
,Si0: M..... ;- a W_..... :.oo.3 .H........." ..11. De__a.. ,...... you; are sick or Injured.. children Tuesday night. the Mt. and Mrs Potion and visiting* In Clermont.Mr. funeral Arcadia and guests of Mrs.Tare returning on the same train
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s:* MVV ; y- ,01 Mrs. L. L. Newberry called Mrs. Hicks: went Uy Dade. City and Mrs. Pat Wnidden. and in the evening. The boys found o'! )
.a1N 3aaa M f:, =--l.J.o.: = Oaufhtrey were Mr.
JI"e N.-- .-. w-tII.. RUPERT SMITH 6rv Mr.. C. E. Evans In- Arca- .. vialta. brother M\ *. Darnrt who had been steyiag in the Mrs Harold MoretaM and I h e. train personnel friendly
MONDAY. CHANGE. s. D..t. dia Monday afternoon She Caulk said family. Also a< III.... Sonny Ritch home returned to andMrs. and understanding for
= ; Mr.
.1' .: children of Sebring.
etch a...*> .** MWM MM 1"_ a.ru.e CftaraftN AGENCY' also called: on Mrs. E. C. Sharpe. fee ICrr. Qattmon Owen and their home on Nocatee Road Earl Gilbert and family when it wag evident thai it
foeaoAV CHANGES I t ere ..c H.WA/** A w.....r in Arcadia. family. was the first train ride for the
theMw.1 aN D... Saturday.Tisdale of Petersburg Mr.' and Mra.
11..y M O aa
4:*# N_ ..._., a WdaAM Mrs. Leovie Dove Mrs. Tom. Allison Mtrrphy ef Luke was Sunday Charles Adams and* family et boys, they were taken on a tour'
WEDNESDAY CHANGES. 401SiSO .. gat' 19 S. DeSoto Av Wales spent the weekend with; dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. of the train and even allowed -
.::;: J.. a w..M.. Raymond Little Rock. Ark., and The
fl4.. .....'. ,T. V.-.- t:0. s.. 7L.. h(. crafMJIpavents' Mr.\ and Mrs. Buck Carter. McCormicks of Jacksonville.Mrs. to "blow the whistle". making -
.... 1...Os. ryArcadia, Florid$ Sr. were visitors In the Sam Sam M .-phy. They carried : Mrs. Willie Mae Cox and : Hull was> the aunt of Mrs. I the trip a completely 'successful '

Alb PreorameListed.: Ar. Subject. T* Chang. vVX .1311 WA -234f Ash home Thursday. night. rUm home>> B\tiutttf\ messing Mrs. Mary Drawdy called on Daughtrey. one. Another first for '
Visiting In the W. W. Prit- then motored on to Clermont Mrs. James Tisdale Sunday. Mrs. Jim Brewer and sons the boys was the fax ride
Mr. to' visit their dsnvghter Mrs. Mrs. Cox station to downtown
chett home Sunday were returned to Gainesville were accompanied Tuesday of from the

-- --- -, Sunday night where she last week by Miss Patricia Lakefand and both two way 'J
undergoing therapy at the Boggess of Ft. Ogden to consult radio and Ute meter were fas.
I Health Center. her dentist.. cinating.
Mrs. Hallie Mrs. Hattie Wilson and
Montgomery Is Stroble
Mr. and Mrs. Ray
spending a few days with the took Mrs. Joe Morton of Arcadia daughter Mrs. Haywood Wilson -
James Tisdale family. for and Mrs. Harriet Cooke s
to Sarasota Friday a '
We are sorry to report Jlm- check-up by her doctor. He of Arcadia were out In our
mie Flnnemore Isn't feeling reports she Is making satisfactory community Friday afternoonand
well, due to a'cold, hope he progress toward recovery. visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee
No-.r. will. soon be out and around. Friends are glad to Wilson. -
Mrs Lou Finnemore calledon hear this good news. Rev. S. F. Beard attended
Mildred Tisdale Monday Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Troutt the witnessing campaign plan-
have left to make their homein ning meeting held the. first
Miami) They will be greatly three days of last week held lathe
First national presidential Baptist Church of, Ft Og
missed in our community and *
WE nominating: convention In the we aU wish them much happiness den. Rev. Roy Crosby of Sar-
I ARE TWO! UJ3. was held In Baltimore In and good luck In their asota was the teacher'a n d

1831. new home. Present plans are guest speaker.. '

.... "'- --" .,. ...... .... .. ....r ;1 a. .._ '::111" for. them to.make their homein Mrs. Janice Brewer was the
Aw ::J,;: I ..1.41' I Shrinks' Hemorrhoids Miami during the winter representative for the Junior
Womans club March of Dunes
', I1". months and spend their summers -
"/ J'.. Without Surgery at their home in Tennessee. in this community: and made
her rounds Friday afternoonand
The new owners of the
Stops Itch-Relieves Pain Troutt place arrived last week. evening.

F.,1k.ant'I.........h.'0.... We beet them welcome. to our Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fletcher ft;
a sew....line rotatcae with ih. ... community. and two friends from r ,
.t.ai.biaa ability to abrtnk b..nor- Clewlston weie calling on Mrs. / 't
i i&1tcY'1min tbdds sad. N "'&w.-. palswitbwt. I Fletcher's father. Rev. Beard
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.t Laid.r..ry., rvltoriBs. ;. 1'.... atilt ........ Sunday afternoon, returning to
.. .... /.r*.kasw) ...11 ptae Meel COLD SUFFERERS their respective home uv. the
amialar St art_......wre a*tile. early evening.Rev. .,

.rtt te at.seem""."PIJ.-sd..aeoaMbl.patatneat. ..be....a.ed j. Get fast relief frees iha't""acfla.e: 11: Bard had' tendered his
TII. saves .. a w.w over worn-out feeling due to cold. resignation In December and
$erV g South -.i ntral Florida for 40 Years t.n..I.ry.:: .J ale Dya.a2..dt.. STANBACK-S_ > n.cioa of..edi- at the baslnese meeting Sun-
a wlet .w.rab
I C.te.Thl.....ta.-fees._la aw"* a..ad tally-tree.. .legrediem* reduces day night asked the church to .-,
.a.f' lca ....tn-...._._>.."<.-1- Saver sad beige caeafertiasj ralwf. release him not later than Feb.
.-I" ,........H... U*. At all..dry U..a.a gargle. foe sore throat due toDlda 18th that he might go to his --I
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News From Nocatee Youth Honored A WHO TO CALL r \


In Assembly 1Y

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By DIANE MONTGOMERY Virginia are visiting her mother Monday through Friday night iri&Y.'Y At a special assembly last DIRECTORYr
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Mr Louis Felton has returned Mrs. A. W. Phillips and February 3-7 at 7:30 p.m. Pub Friday. Jan 31. Mr. George
lie invited also. Services will
home from the Tampa Mr. Phillips Pea .r a r Smith recognised the Youth r
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be delivered by Rev. Doug In-
hospital for a few days He After the victory of the ta Leadership winners listen
gram pastor. OF DoSOTO COUNTY
will reenter Monday to undergo Juniors in Stunt Night, they + a 4 r nrtrtton and George Latlmer
a ra a 'a 14 15to Doth winners received" checks
surgery Tuesday were entertained by a Weiner 1
ar .e to.' so at liai.a for $13.OO.
Sunday Might Rev. Tom E. roast at the home of Mr. and be sea ire as a r.x Several weeks ago the De- : SALES. and SERVICE. I

C.p ell of the Baptist Church Mrs Paul Montgomery and Fort Winder Soto High School faculty voted .
exchanged pulpits with Mr. (Junior) Diane. 1 I It for three buy and three girlsas I I

Lori Woods of the Tee and (News for Week ef J.i.. 30)) tit'la candidates for the Youth jo Advertising Form EquipmentINTIUNATIONAk
greed mission. Mr. Capellbrought Mr. Louis Felton la a patient Leadership cuntest. Each of the ,
the Lord's Supper. at Tampa Hospital.Mr. NewsMRS. Ne, t 1w six candidates prepared. applications -
The: Baptist Church and Tee and Mrs.. Bob Tuskey and for entering the contest ...--. -.-....... .......... --- Ti.... eM PwaV..a !
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and Green Mission have extended son Tommy and daughters! .EVA YOUNG and from these applications a..ow., .., oar _.. PA... M.Cw.1 seed '- ,
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,a call for Rev FredGsjU Jackie and Billy from Avon the two winners were ""' s ,.... ._ PeK c__ ..- -'
Mr. and Mrs. J B Smith
from MicanopyMrr Park were Sunday afternoon selected .M ...- --. ....... .1.,41 i
and Mrs. were visiting Mr' and Mrs C.. .., 111 w'" 0., ---
Bergman and guests of Rev. and Mrs. Tom Both winners applicationshave Air := WAer, a-stet.: .
family are moving back to E. Capell and family. Polk Wright of Owens Sunday been entered. in the state Conditioning
New York this week. Mr. Grover Holland and Mrs. afternoon. contest. I
>lr. and Mrs. Fount Kelly Lola Phillips were visitors of I.COM'UT' I.
Mrs. Floyd Mizelle returned SIMINAt merle ._ At.. C- Stores
and Mrs., Louis Felton motored. Mr. Felton in Tampa Sunday. home Sunday after spending 7 ....." .4 ... .. Ai..... Furniture
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to Tampa and brought Mr. Mrs. Felton also accompanied: several days in Miami with o .S ;:::....iw.e P.'...,-WAM..I :.u w,." 0eII Iy

Felton. back home with them. them. her mother Mrs. Mary Thompson QA M_ S............. I
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Suggs We're sorry to hear that Miss and other relatives. IA. M... ..M.. .. A.
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have boUght and moved in the Clara Waters is In the Sara- Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Young C"666 -.._...M..M-I..e...'.. "'_ w...... ..u...M .
Tucker house. sota Hospital Mr. and Mrs.\ Awningsf0.YKT.U .
were visiting Mr and Mrs .. .L.1 :
We're,' glad to hear that Mr. O. D. Waters and Mr. and Mrs.\ Claude Melvin of DtSoto :
.oa NOME .U NI ""MIMe Mee 1.. .
Guy Johnson has returned Ellis McCaU made a trip to Peace River Heights Sunday '.4. ..'. .11
twine; from Arcadia General. .. visit her :... A4.4..5 -::-:= =.= .. .e-== 1..a1,. y.,. .
:: .ol'IIs01a0 afternoon. FEHKUAUY CALENDAR: :Mermaid Ronnie( .. M. .. .
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Mrs. : Stanley Nicholson is This week the Baptist Churchis
Mrs. Evelyn Barnwell were GeorgiailM l la the February cal,'n lar study resentetl SEE OM CALL- a.. Cue.r..M O.o.1 I'
home from the hospital holding a Sunday School visiting Mrs. Robert Barnwell Florida'sVeekl \V chcv underwater _0.Woe way o.. Str..f. .
I slt'Ctao- JOE LEFEBVRE
by | IMO wane.. S4I4I.Bottled .
Mr. ;read Mrs. Jack Robertson Witness Campaign. Every *
of Arcadia Friday morning ular. She will reign this month a.. the pin up girl. Prescriptions ::1 i
.hive. moved In with their morning Rev. CapaH and .several Mrs Mlgnoo Falany of Ft. AY' ,.
daughter.' Mr.. and .Mrs. Rat- other members ,are jnotorlng Ogden 'are here visiting Mr. of the month. Gas

.Mff.. to Fort ,Ogden to givean and Mrs. Albert Thornton for ELECTRIC: .ACCVaATttV.. .-..<.. =
There was a lot of excite- instruction course. several days. a..e1 w... .-. ... .Mahale
mentfat' Woody Grovery when Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Bish- Mrs. A. To create a daily ton of newsprint Seventy-two per cent of all asiiMt un 4 ___ .e. ..... .....t.li1e.e3a1.
Mr. and J. Daugh-
SERVICE .... ....... $11.1 w .- ......
fire engines and police cars op and son Howard of Jacksonville trey and family spent Sunday manufacturing capacityIn persons between the ages of _..... C..._ N.. .. eve -aEa. -
wereaoomlng/ In to attend to pent last weekend with Mrs. Kate Smoke of Cry- 1963. required a capital Investment IS and t 20 read a newspaper I I ..... .. De.... ... C..M....

a eaf' on fir*. with her parent Mr.'and Mrs.G. stal m.... of 311OOOO to $I3O.OOO .- each day Fix. ages 30-39.\ the COMPANYOn .:'o:: ';:":.. Pt.='-WA-Least.Building PrintingReadyMixed
Monday Rev. Church D. McCormick. exclusive of and
Hughes. power
Mrs. Jack Davis of Brown- I ITN'
.is 83 per &rent and tlectrtaala
ot, Cod.' Rev. Tom E. Capell Rev. and Mrs Doug Ingram ville Wednesday with her wood supply about three percentage ANYTHING Materials .c".IAN '-Ne..N ....
spent ella WA 5..U.1TWOJ.JVEL .. i. ....... _
from sees 4O-34 the percentage W. Maa* 0. .- .
aDd Mr. Lyle Woods attended had small at their times much prior to World
as as
a reception
daughter Mrs. David Mizelle I rash Y ........ Pleas wA ......
the: DeSoto Ministerial Alliance home Sunday night after and Lorrl. War II Is S3 per cent I
meeting at First Baptist church for members at church. A2C David Daughtrey of -- -- COMFttTt ilMt es ...*.. _.1.d._ ;

Church in Arcadia. Those attending the Livestock Mac Dill Field spent the week-i lu -s..:. M.. Ate, --r--... Concrete
!lr. and Mrs. O. T. Bragdon Exposition at Fort Myers end with his parents Mr. andMrs. ........ w....

and daughter. Maxine. of Tamp at the Southwest Florida Fair J. A. Daughtrey.Mr. I : .UA.."...,... c..ca'T' c-.
spent Friday here visiting Monday night were Mr. and O, C. Mills of Wauchula -
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wjth her brother Mr. G. W. Mrs. Joe Mottashed and Harry was In the community Wednesday S Dolomite ,....... A...:"C-C ....:...
(Cuy) 'Johnson and other old and Mr.. ,and. Mrs.: ,haul on business. WASHING I
friends they knew when they Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Jern- Pen .SUTILllla ..... r.t..a.. Roofing
lived Methodist) .... .-....:w... ... -
here some years Attention AH The .
ago. igan and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne '"' ...v ..... "'- rear/.
/ Mr.' and Mrs Howard Rogers Nocatee. Methodist Church is Jernlgan and children all of ....rl .* w....... S..*11. ==... Cae5N ....5 weasel
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daughter Lola sons holding a cburclDem_ ,. Wauchula visited Mr. and Mrs. P"-'... MAMA -.a I... I
/Jack and Guy of Hampton. Revival beginning,,: Bill Barnweli Wednesday &1- -....' II
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in U.S. MCOndaJ'71 'I
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teenager -l': ..-
5'o i V C "i W 1 & achools, an Increase of 'e GENERAL CO IltCTItrDISHWASHER. ___ seen. -.. ..M Ma1.w.M545 ... T V.M.b5.o.

MRS. ILJZABETJlIIILL: those* ttending. About S3 persona morei than O per cent in the Exterminator ..... Pee ae5.M5Mra1 awed "". .e M
Myakka City was well represented past-,*decade. Last year local vw =;' e e **. .. a. ..
a'telde4.the,. party.Mr. Invested M cent .. ....... F "'.. ..... '. I"Y.v.
at the Manatee advertisers
per ... ...... ,....
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County Fair. Lewis dollars. In advertising .. .
Wayne more newspaper p. .......et".llfi1h.. ruet M. e .
age 13, and Don Chamblee Sr ,of .Summerdal. tPa. ,and during the fall back- "p1 I ;" A..a .: \....... I... ; .

age '12. 'eons of Mr; and Mrs. Mrs Nooq llarnet of ML Wolf. to.i. pool'month.; VItIyf-........ HeMsttlOutwaihcJ ( 1. Transportation Service, i ;':

W. D. Chamblee entered home Pa. were recant visitors of,the ....... ...... .. .. are.

j baked, cakes Into competition. Earl, Ness family. ..,
MA.c. aivti- M.s w
Wayne won a first on his Chocolate Mrs. James Tlsdale aDd! Electric/ Appliance. ,..._ i- .zCA : :
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I Pound Cake and Don daughters, Carla and Cindy of .NAVE YOU 'd ; ONLY $169 tl..J,. I. W. F..II
took: ascend place with his BrownvlUe, visited her .aunt.. f V
OlttlSAt (run..e'- A.*.... M1.M.
Sour Cream Cake, in addition Mrs. June Ness, last week. TREED. Y6T JGI'le't seesaw, //4e. If WM. __* .*..<. 'Tree Service .:
to. the red blue, and white Rev. Marion Caldwell of Mw w.... email.Offie. -
ribbons they won with their Ellen ton. delivered the Sun- Alt Other Dithvyashcrs Including People1" I :

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and children'went to the Rut- Mr. Arthur Thalocker has I .
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ss Chooses "It I Happens Every Summer" For Presentation This YearThe


w Brccdlove cral chapters of GUTS before -
good for a too, too wonderful monthof he guest editor appointment in Head who arrives in New York on women; Garry its
senior class play com- revolves around the offices of ',fo 14 e> Buchan. Always advertising executive he gives author <<>t-L,,,
fashion magazine named laugh Is the magazine'sLptionUt fun; Cheryl Flanders at a ,irder to find a New York pub- too shy to answer questions. as a young Woolen as on Italian sound advice.
headed Lynn a Billy
mittee, by Mary ;
isher for her CUTS
DEBUTANTE and the editor played by JoAnn sweet Innocent Georgia bell novel. ; The men in the lives of the count who speaks no En- Robert Womack has be.!n
Stone, has chosen a three-act 3ev Carroll as a rocknrollan the French hairdresser
Sub-Deb editors include: Joe doesn't handicaphim cast as :
who
from Savannah collects glish but that :
staff members and a group ney. from Northwestern Carol
comedy titled IT HAPPENS her : ; George Henry Hay as the tcen-agt
EVERY SUMMER for presentation of college girls who are the le Sub-Deb guest editors gift from four men and is so Sue Walters] as a girl whose Waldron as a talented photographer with the the man ladles back; homeIn idol's bodyguard; and S.. "<

this SubDeb'guest editors. all college juniors or seniors adept In her management of :one, flowing'. hair tangles her employed by DEBU- Latimer Savanah as who doesn't approve Brantley as the guitar earn", ,
The committee year. members together Mary\ Lynn Stone will play from all parts of the United them that none suspect be i Is with a French hairdresser; TANTE; Dickie Johnson as the of his finance: accepting The cast held their first rehearsal -
include Linda Stain- not the one man In her life Colleen Womdck who Is constantly singing idol of the teens and
with their class the part of the editor of DEBUTANTE ,Spates, : even rf it is last Friday. The data
sponsors dedicated while all the time her financein nibling nn"|,,,feels that suhtteens.;. Bob Whitlock as a gifts from men
have.been busy for the ; and the :regular( brook, as a young loot" Billy' Nicholson for the play's presentation: h...
"Yankee ;
week and staff editors of the magazine journalist; Sue Boring as the Savannah awaits her return girls would be happier if. 'they famous New York dress designer York publisherwho been set tentatively for Thursday -
past holding tryouts College Beverly Roberts their faith In food cast members.The will be portrayed by Cherrell just too, too, Bennington ; as a put suffer through sev- Feb. 20.
selecting has to
story of the senior play Jessup, Sheila Coker. and Junior In to New York way-out beatnik who accepts: than men; and Norma Jean for women but he has designs



t 4-B TJIE. ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida. Thursday ,February 6, 1964!>



Title Within Grasp ... ;;nr 0 The Bulldog's Bark





,Of Bulldog CagersThe It.


DeSoto Bulldogs defeated for their first game In the


I ,;and Lake Clewlston Placid: Tuesday Friday night night Thursday Ridge Succeeding: Conference Friday games Tournament.and will Satur-be' on : 4 Editorials. Win Stunt Contest '

Night
ord,to extend to 18.1.their win-loss rec- day. Juniors

Respect is a word I think many student at DHS
all the
It DeSoto way
was have yet to learn. Possibly they know what it
means
,
against Clewlston. .s the fighting -
{ but they certainly don't seem to know how to practice It.
Bulldogs racked: :' up 20 Oratorical "
''point in the first quarter 20 I have ''noticed so many times how we don't pay With Night Club Comedy Routine
I'in the second 13 In the third. any attention to our teachers and others when they try
[and 21 In the fourth to down Contest to talk to us and make us understand why they are
'the stubborn Tigers 82-67. doing this or that.It -
I;f Arcadia's. center. Jim Yar- to definitely not polite to talk when the teacher A din of applause from the year's Stunt Night were again Soto High School Auditorium,, Student Council President
brough, was high point man for Wednesday Feb. 12. !DU.I. In talking. Or as far as that goes when anyone is Juniors almost drowned out the winners and recipients of this year's Stunt Night was: George Latimer opened the
the game With 26, followed by is the date set for the high talking And interrupting others when they are speaking George Latlmer's announcefirst prize of $50. Taking place rated a. huge success by the program at 7:30: and announced -

,23.for Other DeSoto double were lllcky figure Dodd men American Legion sponsored I have also noticed that when we havd substitute Speaking for the eighth

'with IB. George Latimer 14, annual oratorical contest. Contestants teachers many students seem to do everyhing! In their, grade Gene Ritch introducedthe

{and Paul Bevers 13. will assemble in the power to give the teacher trouble. When we do have skit for his class. as a takeoff -

i Rounding out a good week high school auditorium at 41p.m. u substitute we should be on our best behaviors and II on the Iki:: Sullivan Show.

the Arcadia cagers traveled to to deliver their prepared not at our worst. v and presented Steve SorrelU
Lake Placid and came out on speeches on some phase of the Respect is a trait we must learn we aren't born as Mr.\ Sullivan. The show Included -
top 86-67 clinching at least u with it. Maybe some of us need to work at it more than a variety of "famousstars
tie for the first position In the United States Constitution. including vocal numbersby
others. If we don't learn it soon we are in for a rude
i battle for, the Ridge Conference Following their i prepared Penny Sue Brewer as Bren-
crown. speeches will be a short extemporaneous awakening when we go away to college or when some da Lee Mary May Tew as
I The Bulldogs outscored the speech on one of six enter the armed forces or when we go out Into life Connie Francis and Johnny

Dragons In every quarter. The designated articles ,or amend to earn our living. .1 + at. ; t ts Collins as Elvis Presley. Katy
best quarter for DeSoto was ments of the Constitution. We always seem to be complaining about people D.t man danced as Juliet
> the third In which the Bull- Several DHS students have saying, "teen-agers are mixed-up kids" and other such Prows.' and commercial were
I dogs scored 25 points to Lake evidenced Interest. In ,the4con- things. If we would atop talking about it and try to s t ; 1 ''Fi : given by Gail Bates. Debby ,
riacld's '11. test. From the senior class, act differently) we might be able to prove something J i Dowd Sue Gasklns, and Deb-
High point honors went to Linda Stalnrook, and 'Garry to our elders. bie Ola.

;, Steve Dullard of Lake Placid Breedlove are considering entrance ... I hope that someday soon we will realize what vm Jeani Carroll narrated thesophomore
I with 38 points Jtd was followed In the contest. Thla...JU,'' dOing and try' to do something about it because i 1 skit entitled "Re
1! closely by Arcadia's Jim be Breedlove's first appearasscrtIn > are member When", which wasa
Yarbrough with 39.I the contest However, Lin, wb aren't being fair to our parents teachers or friend story of World War II. This
I I After this week of wins the da SUInbrook entered the,rwfto /frnve) faith In us and believe that we have a bright 1 skit traced the actions of small:
Bulldogs stand t with a 111I competition last year. future. But mainly we aren't being fair to. ourselves w ev town boys from the time news.
,I conference record and a 161I From the Junior. class several because we are the ones who know what. we want out J ,1 1 +s of the war struck' until the a-
I overall record. students have shown Interest of II fit.and one of the first things w emust do bc-' nouncement of the war's end,
This made the 4th consccu-: in the oratorical eon- lore we reach our !goal Is to learn respect. Entertainment' included song
live game In which the Hull teat. Among these are Rupert .' Lew Dassler STUNT. NIGHT WINNERS:-Junior successive year the class members and dance by Linda Carlton.
dogs have had .4 men In doubt Smith. Jim Bynum, .George ,... ., ...tJ! class members walked off with honwon the honor lat year as sopho- Susan Farabee. Betty Gaskias.
f figures. Yarbrough with 39,. Agnew, Patsy Harrison, Joel ')r, ors in the stunt night competition mores. Stephanie Wells was the writer JoAnn Ingram and LaRetta
Bevers with ,16. Dodd with 19,, Corley and Sandra Copeland. Saturday night. It was the second of>( the original and humorous play. Yarbrough; a trio consistingof .
i! and Latimer with 12. This I.I Is From among the Interested' ) 'f .. Kathy Converse with gui
a good sign of team effort. Juniors only Joely Corley hasCtcn : r: tar Susan Farabee, and ancy
This week the Bulldogs ares In competition before.. :)/ ] ( '0' Yama; and a vocal solo by
i at home for both gamea, Ok..- Corley entered both his fr..". t t Nancy Yama. Karen Ames
chobee on Tuesday and Judge man and sophomore Te.,.",'send -P \ -a { played the part of the U.SXX
I'lval,6ebrlne on Friday. placed both times. fl.IIllllog oJ" '''"'' D. H. S. Groups'AompeteIn hostess and Richard Simmons

On Tuesday Feb. 11, the Last year Helen Uretlon. ".... ..c1'" played the army aargeant. Also -
Bulldogs travel to Avon Purk then a sophomore, won first :Jat n7'_ sot: spearing Inh.. skit were
I! place In the oratorical contest. ; j t 'h Danny Johnson Bob Petry.
Mr. Lockwootl will be In Mike Pooser and Mike Pro-
of the American LegIon .
Local 4-H'crs charge State Fair At TampaWith vau.
Oratorical Contest this yearand Joel Corley of the winning
t Doesn't It feel good to have" think Is the perfect descriptive
Earn HonorsDeSoto will secure the Judges forthe exams over with. Wow what word for Dob Whitlock and junior class: opened tilt) curtains -
contest: on Feruary 12. Jerry Skinner "Pests'".,. on a nightclub seene in
marvelous relief.
High School students si Calamity was the American Whenever Chris Lovutt hear the opening of the charge. afternoon In Tampa at th t which Rupert Smith played
took high honors In the 40th Innocent little Hubert 'who had
someone mention Pete Wh4d- DeSoto County 4-11 and State Fair are 4-llers Sandra I
word used' to describe what
: State Fair in Tampa.
Florida
annual Southwest Florida FairIn ,
Seniors Plan happened In Spanish class the den's name her face lights nip. FFA cattle judging teams xwill oCpeland. Danny Roberts. 1.IIktPooat'r \ unwittingly bet 200.000 and
Fort Myers laat week 4-11 members and FFA : unable to David
other Cherrle Denmeadfell like light bulb. Llkewtoe the. DIIS be competing wit hteams from and Barry Goldring was pay. Pip
In the breeding show for day.: -.boys are making plans fortheir kin proprietor of the nightclub
,
bra been their
same holds true when Am all over the state during the They have raising
Final completely down after
Angus cattle Bonnie Collier QuarterOf tripping activities during the twoweeks forced to call in his
was
Kaye flier hears Dickie ..JohnIOn" youth cattle Judging at the steers for the past II monthiand !.,
showed the reservechampion over a desk trying to prevent of the fair, Feb. 4-13. body-guard that dumb
big.
name. Boy, what Edison State Fair.Showing. today is the big day for
female. In the female division School Year Roy Ola's mischief railing didn't know! During the first week Mike them. At the show this afternoon lug" Jimmy Yarbrough. who.
blue ribbons were taken by down has getting quite Pooser." Danny Roberta Sandra for all his brawn didn't want
i. ended last their prized steersat the steers will be Judge I I
As the semester popular among some girls' hasnt
Donnie Collier Ann Fletcher Copeland' and Barry Gold- to hurt poor little Hubert. Also -
the Fat Stock Show this (Continued on page 7-B)
Diane Montgomery, and Don1 Friday, Jan. 24. 1944. the class It Ann Fletcher and Linda ring plan to exhibit and sell figuring In the plot were
aid Ouynn. of IM-4 prepared for their final llevls? ContestOn their steers In the Fat Stock gangsters Wayne Hughes Mike
I Donald Guynn showed the eighteen 'weeks In DeSoto The. Youth Center was Jam. Essay Show and Sale.. Cochran and Steve Lewis:
reserve champion bull. In thei County High School. packed- with student last Saturday Th. second week highlights dancer Phyllis Clement, and
i .Angus bull division blue rlH- The seniors. are preparingfor : night after the liulldogs Communism the Florida Beef Breeding' FFA Bull Takes Top singer Helen Bretton. Stephanie
bong were won by Donald their graduation date Fri. victory over Avon Park What Show' with Diane Montgomery Wells was the writer' of
Guynn and Ann Fletcher.In day. June 5. aa they' ordertheir really" got the dance swingingwas Ann Flttcher. Donald Guynn. this 'very original and entertaining -
the Fat Stock show Barry senior cards their. com when Jimmy Yarbroughand Opens at DHSIn Bonnie Collier Dkkle Johnson skit which emphasised

Goldring'a chunky: 938-pound mencement' announcements Phyllis Clement got everyone >> and the DeSoto PTA chapter themora "If you can't pay
choice Angus steer won the and sign for their diplomas.' In a big circlerabbiting order to bring home to exhibiting animals. Honors At Ft. dont play!"
Grand Championship. Gold- Orders for cards, announcements to the bird.** That may sound>> young people In Florida high Saturday sea 11. Is FFA Day Myers Joe Waldron. Senior Class
ring's steer was bought' by and diplomas went outlast quite.confusing to some of :you school the true nature of and Saturday Feb IX U. 4-11 President. set the scene fair
Publlx for Silo per pound. weekend and the senior nun.... but It waa really furs communism how "vicious and Day. On their respective days the senior skit with the helpof
? First place In the middleweight have but one Item left to do In :fun funi evil It I.. the aerlouui of these organisations sponsor a The DeSoto County Future" won Grand Champion bull at Earl Guidry aa Mark Anthony
I steer clap went to preparation for graduation Judy' Dlshong .has the wlerd- this threat to our way of life. grandstand program and all Farmers of America chapter's the Southwest Florida Fair In and Roy Ola aa his aIa_.
Sandra Copeland Her. 774j the measuring and ordering for eel collection that U quite orig and to gain a better under FTA and 4-11 members are Hereford bull presented to Fort' Myers. This bull was (Continued on page 1-0)'
1 j pound blue ribbon' steer also their cap and gown rentals. inal. It seems Judy: has been landing" and appreciation of admitted to the Fair without them by the Sears Foundation shown by Billy' Spire
[ went to Publlx for 40 cents As the school year speeds ,saving her baby teeth from the the privilege. of being an Amer-
t per pound. toward the final day the seniors first pull to the Ia... Judy kan and the greet blessings DickieJeJinaon's bull 'won
9 In the youth 4-11 cattle Judging will be Involved !In presenting should make a charm bracelet' enjoyed In the United State. the reserve champion Hereford ARCADIA DWYEIN'
I event the DeSoto Ceunty their annual play, CCW'I'pl.ttne out of them and call It **my the Florid' State Elks AasocUUon bull award. Three other De- :
" .team composed of Bobby their, yearbook. hold- charming teeth". Who know, .. sponsoring "The : Soto bulls won blue ribbons THEATRE

Jones Danny Roberta.. Matt log their final .assembly and she may start a tad. Anwne'8ftlll1Eaay Contest" I Ye.Jlcrclay at ;D.JJ.S.I : and were shown by Ray: U. S. 17. NORTHS
.
Scott and harry: Goklring. won rehearsing for their gradua Sherry Shaw and DUnneIVate entitled "The Dangers of Com Spires. James BrantJey, and Mllee.. ':
4th place. tion. have found what they munlam to our Am.rtC'anVaz Earl. Lyons.

of Ufe" In the Hereford. female division TNti5OAV:u.DONOVAN'S..:;UMDAV' -
This essay contest I* opento I CALVIN CLOUSKJanvary -- Grand Champien was
aU Junior. and seniors' .Is y REEF
'won by eoe of the PTA heifers -
Dr&oto County High &ch.. 4 John Wayne
*O. IMSThe touchdown. Jones kicked' the shown by Dennis Bedle -
and the local content' wtUeuSW.'I be Senior Oass sponsored extra ...... Coach J. M.Itayaea .*. Reserve champion .war also ROCK A BYE BABY
1i by the local Elks an PTA animal shown by Wilson Jerry Lewis
lodge. The winner et the high PrlUhett. A red ribbon --.
r school competition' will submit ''arith much succtae due to therooprraUre pUylAtf. below average. mainly tUNDAY-TUt.y
was ao won by a chapter saws -
his in the support eC O eUndents because- of the long ride t
i i THE BULLDOG'S: ItK6. ,'. State essay petsee are UW SXOOO contest.lint i I<, and some ef the tat' and the lack of coarentraUoa.' shown)' Johnny Marpny I WIVES AND LOVERS

'.... pUce 4JOO.OO second .''air. member Dancing was ea>.- The DuUdac "woo 7 to O. In the youth FFA cattle Jaort LeithGunfight
., Ae.... *.. 1Mto jetdgtatg event the DeSotoCbunty
and 1300.00 third plea The J hayed during the first Ute : At
number and amount of awards.. ',evening, after which an were one .. the .last gaaae_ of team. rn apu.id of Comonchee Creek
in the local contest will be delerminedJ I Uforded dryad ealettalar.lay the siatann fa* which Setting: Tim McAUister. Okkie J nnlsen. I I I

"\ .,...... by the lanai. Elks Published weekly\, by the> newspaper staff of lodge. ,1,rartou laare. numbers. battled! far fourteen lost*. bet. _.+ won-fourth put**, |
Hute for the contest and .Information At the eenctusteai theeve. .- fckAUvgs. five W wfcarte were I
I .,. DeSoto County llixh School. ArcadU, !Florida about dates and I slag. as .w ga.ha.oad astans fas leek. .. a I t* I tie. The gam i
prteea of the kwwl contest ..* a-ea conducted sty Dr. 3. M. waa called on acceostt" e f dark!
bolo secured by: Juntors and ..... Morgue. TW packages .were taaa. i PIZZAi I
Smith LaDarve SorrelUJUaOCiaU .ors of DIUS through Ute Jwnlor '.:;.. ln Rupert .: Cditor. Ebglatn cUaeea and the who mails pabJte dl.- The hair. Osas was fees J j
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25 E.'O..k. St. WA S4861Sorrells FORT OGDEN CHURCH ST. EDMUND'S I Lub'c.t'TI' '- ,.. ..U.,'"
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SUNDAYSunday SUNDAY9CO t Brevard WA 9-SSB1
School I : :>> ...m. Choral EucharUt'
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Morning! Service Boa 10.13: : a,m. Holy Communion
THURSDAY + .+ and Sunday SchoolWEDNESDAY
Y. P .E. 7:30: pm'' E. T. Smith Hardware Co.
Bros. Packing I Coy I Inc. I vOO: am. Holy Communion: "
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FORT OGDEN METHODIST : ti 030 a.m. Spiritual Healing PltUburah Sun Paint Sale I Prlee
Packer and Shipper' of Citrus Fruits' CHURCH J '' 19.9 a per gallon

SUNDAY + l n7ti. > CHURCH OF JaW CHRIST Flehln' Roola, .....,... ,r
Arcadia. Florida' WA !8-7501 Sunday School 10:00: am. r LATTER'" DAY SAINTS 34 Oak $t. WA ,. 2Roborts .
Morning Service 11:00: a.m. i r 'tiumlay School. 1000 a. nu
WEDNESDAY ArcadU Wutnana Club
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Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. tj: 1" P -t J Sacrament !Meeting 0.00 p.m.

,r'i.. Curtis toad llradenton .
FORT OGOEN BAPTIST A r+ Grody Funeral Homo
W. T. Wynn & Son Plumbing Co. CHURCH THE CHURCH OF CHRIST
Rev. J. N. Gllbreath Corner, HUhory' and Whld..." 34 Hour Ambulan Service
Plumbing' Septic auks. Sunday School 10 a.m. .SUNDAY
Sale. Service Parts Morning Worship 11 ..m. 111W. .S* if>ul IOOO am.Wnrahln .101 N. Brevard Ave. WA U-4101
$1ft N. Brevard WA 9-2491 Training Union C:30: p.m. Sthtlnl I 11((110 a m.

Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. p Evening Worship ft:30 p.m. ..

WEDNESDAY ti, WEDNESDAY ,
Prayer: Service 7:30: p.m. Evening Ilible Study 7JO pm.
We invite YOU to worship Bill
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CHURCH J to lear Eap.".".. ,In Llvele
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Pine Point. Restaurant Hllleborough Avenue Dealer sec: Order Buyer .
KUNHAY .
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John A. Mca........" SUNDAY n nurwl.iy Kchool 9'43 a.m.Wwrnhip 0.> 100 Areadla WA ,S-2 il.
1 Sunday School< 0:43 ..m. 3tlurnlnq (H.-OO am.
"B. A Good Neighbor' Morning Worship 11:00: oars 4l, SUNDAY '
Training Union 0:13: |inv CY npllaUw Servh-M>T3O: pjn.
Evening Worship 7.30 p.m. One of the ltey to a 1Nt,'. l>AY
WEDNESDAY character la hla choice of A BOY AND HIS_ Prayer and I'valw RervkeT.JO The Arcadian

Mid-Week Worhfp"7:30' pm hero*a.For. pm.CALVX'hV .
: .. For Th. "I...., In Ouallty PrintingtO20 $ ,
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NOCATEE CHURCH OIL I. portrait en the waiL A hero HEROES '"'CHURCHi. RAPTIST Weet Oak Street
SUNDAY 't"1U la an Ideal a blueprint of
Gulf Naval Stores Company Sunday School 10:00: ajn. ,I M, greatneia. ... *l/ ev ay i Eatt Ar....'.. Florida WA S-at01
Morning Worship ll-OO: a.m. 1' ,n.etOrde. Rice. Peeler
Evening Worship 7:00 And where doa a boy find I) MONDAY ,
Nocatee, Florida' pjn. Itta
TUESDAYPrayer heroeaTHe Sunday School a;43 am.Muriii .
Service 7:30 pars'' flnda them .In books and y ,ig Worahlp ll.-oo am.

TJIURSDAYbe playing field In I>U Training Union CJO pm. Von PottersSon t
Young People Servk.7y6 pm. school, hla family hla. Church. Evening: / Worahh><7ao pm.Wr.ONr.1D .

The Caurch'a contribution A AY" Funeral I Homo r
Prayer tier vice ?JO pa.
NOCATEK BAPTIST .l
ta chlld'a
a gallery ef heroeeia
Ceurteey of Your CHURCH unique.Blhlel 104 .. Oak ... WALolthtey '..Sldl.
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StfVDAY MISSIONARY .. ..
Friendly Shell Dealers atuJy '" reUgloua" F BAPTIST CHURCH
nda7 sa11t vs .an. can A'
Pdou 4It ( education not Introduce. ,,.! E et Cyareeo SI. e% .t.J
Who Also' Handle. Famous. Ooodyear An.c Worship I1o0: a.m.Tralung toh greatest lives ...r North Revere Avo.
/ Union 8:45
: p.m. but teach .him.
they SUNDAY
Tina and Batterlea Evening Worship 7:45: pjn. r Farm Service Inc.
kew build .._
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quail* Sunday fkhool f-43 a.m.
tlea et heroism into hla ova MutrUng Worship 11.oo a m. Ve,*r -"URINADe.I...
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH = Evening Worship 73O pm. a.'.... and Farm Supal'ee'
Rev. Sheppard Bryan
N. Polk aV Hickory t R WEDNESDAY 14 .. .,.".r" Arcadia, WA s.siatMS
.. Nocatee Cities Service SUNDAY '. art, Prayer Service_7JO p.m. Taylor St. ...",. Dada. ., I.SIM

Sunday School B-.43: sass y ,; i
C It lee Service Prod: to Morning Worship' lltM: ...... orWU IMI .ROWNVILLAPTIST
Meet -- Croce,'.* Ice Bait. Training Union 6:43: p.m. CHURCH
1: !.!..6 t1. SUNDAY
Mr.-_ 4114
Fishing' Tackle Evening Wnnnlp .OO pjn.
Sunday 1000 a m. I
WEDNESDAY Sdtehl
No ,... Fla. WA ..a'" Mid-Week Service 730; pjn.NOCATEC A y?J Morning Trainlnf' Union.IP rao ilea pm.am. Sunny South Pocking Company

METHODIST' Evening Wore hip 7:JO p'". Arcadia.. FloridaFuttelTs .
/ WEDNESDAY I
SUNDAY CHURCH Prayer *. llO.le. Study '.20 pm.

DeSoto National Bank Sunday School 1000 ..m. Seaday )f.sday Tw..l.y W.da eda Thisralay Irlday r.terday AHCAOOAVIVAL'
Morning Wor hJp: 1100..ms. Psalms Isaiah Isaiah N.tthew )I.rk List. rMi.,.
.f Arcadia Youth Service T3O: 11.1.6 =11.1 12 15 1711.11 301341 li 11.31 I/iuld} TABERNACLS
pjn. U4 W. Oak Street
Serving. DeSete Cevnty Wits. WEDNESDAY 11.--..... ...... rull 0-1'81' Frozen Food Center

..,........". Banking. SI.wee 1947 Prayer Service 7:30: pjn. Sunday Ret.b.<*l IOOO am.Morning C.".rag W'...'ray "'...1,.s

/ Worahlp' 11 OO .... C...... Foee Let Beef
FIRST' CHRISTIAN CHURCH "flTH HILLSBOROUOH MT. BPHNAIM. BAPTISTCHURCH CHURCH OF THE NAZAR&NS Prayer fur U.. SlekNortn .
cast f'.ea.'. .. Street In Villa... For Vowr Looker or Home FreeaerCarlelrem
Rl aSretfcer BAPTIST CHURCH Poin ...) Olaeea. ) Evan elial.. Service. 7JO pm.We4y .
M. BwtnerSUNDAY (Member' ef the .......rtI |I.| 0.._) SUNDAY Field. Road WA ..11)1
Baattot Cenventloe) SUNDAY Sunday School r.43: am.Morning T"'HIYVMiTHOaIiT' / __
I Lefebvre Electric Service Co. Bible School B-4S. am. t 2S North H............ Ave. Sunday Be..iw.4 IOOO ....... Wafahlp 11,OO .... CHURCH
Morning Worship 1O-4S ..... A........ FlerMaWrJy Morning" W.e t lp lAO|;] a..n.Training NYJJL .30 pm. West 0." ... .. 0'.,*.. A...
Electrical, Sweeltee.' Balee eServ A Puma Repair, Youth Meeting C3O sunSUNDAY CvciUtig WoeUtlp 7 JO pL"n, TUESDAY

I ,XS W. Maenella. WA .UII Evening. Worship 7:30: P.... S4sstda7 School a-4j. ..... WEDNESDAY Cottage... .rra,. Meeting Sunday School a-4) ..... ".,tW..,. 1'..... ftanan. SeeaJlooSaddlea j
WEDNESDAY: :" ......... WoreMp llo; ...... Prayer gnrtce. ,;act ....... 7Ji11:: pas MwitmaWe* Mp IIOO ....
_ _- Mld-W.ek Prayer Service) *1rsklMg. Union .JO pjn. -- WEDNESDAYPrayer MYT ailtpm. HaHare. Srldloe t ,
1:-00 p.... i...... CHRISTIAN' SCIENCEServlre Meeting 7J .--. Evening: WueiOtip T.GO".... WA ....", .
UP W. Mgadla
WEDNESDAYp.m. are being held .byan TIIUIUIDAYEvening
TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCHMen Prayer Meeting... nifcte .Informal trwo +t ChrtetUn Prayer Service.
i Taylor's Superette ..n.. Ave Study 7JO ..... ......u.u on SuMtey -.."' CHURCH o000 TOO p.n.
at II dtlorY. In Ute VrW JlaO.n "... Re4ert /. J.-- _
A. C. C.Is.a1. PeelerSUNDAY E..4 Oak S.'... .
toe W. Hickory WA .uat OAK': MILL BAPTIST CHURCH Last C. *. sppo FIRST PRtSSVTIRIANCHURCH
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It* the. water tewer. All la-
w....... 'W Feature "....EC.ALw..... tad ......y School leoo aim, .......,SUNDAY ftel tool 1100 ajn Urevted are mat eewdlally fcnattend. SUNDAY OopeeMe CNy Hall Douff Henry'sHAM J

Morning Servirea 1140 ..... ..td W lUdte rtree raeL SJ4 am. SUN DATSetnetol SHELL SEMVICSWillie .
Prtcee .l. Day A Week sass M'.ar1g W. llioa: ajavUnMM
Evening ......k... TJ4WEDNESDAY p... Trshalat' eiepm.Wercalp Sunday .*..... pt am. SNo p4S am. Ae/anr.rtle" "...'r'"

Ewiat 770 .... ARCADIA alVEMTM.DAVAOVENTISr MorrUnat WarUUp. II sal M..i.aT WerUilp, IIOO>> am.Evenlntf .. .,...*. Me.h.nle
Prayer M.euag 7M par WJDKDDAY: CHURCM Evening WortOHiBv 7ao P'". W......, 7JO ..... r"
MTW. f......... TM pass ......, R.I.M .. L.*'." TUESDAY &...___ Prayer -1Ir. 4_* Ev OeSe4e> A... WA /199
B.:W. .'JI cr Skates Roofing Co. ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC fit E. MMbery S4.SATtmDAY Prayer ......SAY P... WEDNESDAY
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......y Mw.. 7 air11 ...... Reeert L. Byeo. PeeteraTUNOAY tr91/ Setur4 rafa MT. PLEASANT BAPTISTCMURCM Wood's Super Market
...... s. ... 510A WA e..,... Mar T 33 c.hi ke tl .... METHODIST PINE, LEVEL y.. .. .. ; I
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TJiIIun4e y MearWg ....... JUliO ..... Prayer K.ua 139 par. led Bunder ., I*. ...CB. _at
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wn of California and Peace Robert Blackwood will begin |>I...\y beneficiaries receiving: : Ut.U.OHUl .1" ( l. U n.-lin it; l'>{ J
ps t Director Sergeant Shrii Ib, -clwtl Feb. 1 as Friars soclx security puyment e tntinVii The only' veterans benefit t' i"...' -. .,( I I'i .-, f., .x '?! '- UatSin.. Ma jxMtyt./ hanfant fib wood
For the Republican. 1CM: c Forester in Florida Forest Service to wurk after they have that must be consider' d income Off hc'Jetf.: to i't.f rl.p'ut, ct he.

inning to look like an. open District 0. with headquarters appl > d for social security brnefi on tax returns i.. Inter*** lhillobun.u.tthI1..t., ... rut.as. PLASTiC? : WOOD'T(1.

n for> &>>ot1tis e C.O.P. office at Lakeland. The (|. .icrt: .rding to George T. earned by Gl life Insurance itividcntls "" oiMCstiailiuuCittus.( ... .
y"ppgt
Qg .
sidental and Vice-PJoe&lde announcement wa nape today Nul r the Sarasota Social elected; by veterans to 'tt'Notn. HAt R a. Hevnjrtti: Wt
nominations. At the {wet by Stabs. I'ureeter, C. 11. Se u. ,y fifne.fa pasco and 81.rule* Counties. -
bet left deposit with the
now are two main conIdert. CoulterDlakcwood>> .i one of these, if under Veteran on AamlntstruUon.AA nays been .y Jtxi to.attend> u RADIATORCLEANING
Senator Barry Coltf- will assist timber the..1. :' of 73. has the obligation > special 'onferefee to be held
the lax r"turn.un gets
Iter of Arizona and Cover- growers and forest lana '..> file an annual repot of Friday. Feb 14; at the Hawaiian ''
Into the VA IH
swim recelVing
L Nelson Rockefeller of New owners In Indian lUver St. _mn.: .. if his earning for Villasje- in Tatiipa. The
Irk.; Among ottters to keep Lucie. Okeechobec. lUshlanda.Ilardee the .tur run over '1200. numerous veterans'inqulri,* benefits as to meeting vhf b4 if..any.
eye on a.re former vice, and l> Soto t.ounH.a.\ Th. sa benvfieiarle.. who rcelvcct .-_ what at 12:00: n Q A-r% 'and'tKijourn, *
payments must be reported and
Indent a Old uccesfiil His alignment will include only put: of their checks ... income on tax returns, at 3:15 p.att. :
f. Candidate,1o,19f,0.Racft-* working toward tho ''locaUon in 19;:3 bvtduk of excessive The' 4Tinth of April has'
Dert Clove County Service
M. Nixon of New- York; and the development of mar- carp" us will be mailed, an annual Officer said* today. been deslcnaltd t as Cancer REPIRINGGUARANTEED

Lvernor Scranton; of Penmy- kets for wood pruuucts in the spurt u>rm during Jan. lie explaiQnl that only thv- Control Month by ..n'ad of

|,sta and Governor Romney 8countyarea, specially: for 19&*. lWn.liCI.r1ftWho re- Interest, carucd by dividends Congress and sc proclaimed by _
[Michigan. It will be an in- p.l wood and sawllntbcr. celvra no check lit 1SM3' because the President |toe the' United!
left deposit with VA. and
letting rae to say the least. Duties of the FFS farm forester their v irnin s were too on States, and Ih Governor' of
not the dividends themselves
also include preparing, gnat, will be mailed& an annual the Stato. of I orid:; I
Is to bv considered>> income, WORK
peikint national politics oA request timber management report during February: 1W4.Uank Many ,

>11&511", to mind that we, are pains for owners of forvst rccvnr..Mends that beneficlari. VA veterans la hold have their dividend requestedth IW1/sl" Ami Char.
for ii fv ,bi* siege of local and land for protection of standIn ustlh Interest to
to and.
t* politics this year. Hope *; UmWragauist wilaftr. being. mailed tat them a* rtr' I la' earn or rick Up and D.iiy
used to Insure 'non-lepae of
leryoae. will start early and insects and rf" &es. and for a pro pumhrd card and will their policies In event of late Ilchy t r Skin Rush '
\\ep abreast as the campaigns selective cutting und refore speed the prt>rrs.M>g of the report ME.YERRADIATOR -
on4 Then; it will bet' muc h4 station. and payment 6t any bene- premium& payment" I Zmu "lk >ski M >alrtsuabero. .......-.doetor .
Bier ;o-make a decision when A native of Savannah Ga. ills tliJit may be due- for 1963.DeneficUries Other ta-w-freo-veterans include benefits Disability that s antia.pue, ,, e y t+U.wae1vi sERVICE
: -
ace
e tini.. comes togo to the Blakewood'. is a graduate forester who'are inquired eorniwnaation and pension : ; healamuse..elm v _reo.... PHONE WA9-I34T
-t of to rile annual1 let
Us. of the University an report shin ay
education and training& allowances : Lstfor
He .wa prevtybT 143 but are not included in zemo *
Georgia. subsistence allowancesfor ... I 1 Start! Nort .f
the .tragic Increase in- /- the Georgia Kraft Company the automatic distribution by disabled veterans. receiving I es Oak AMM Cstnster*
nile Delinquency has be- In rts Woodlands Division mall may obtain the report. t. ,
.ra_ a national problem'of the :' BITING:-Thesenic4* snook were caught at Tall ollOn. Ga.. form from the Social Security( homes vocational for "wheelchair training grants.
tmost' Importance Land alutiolals itu Peace River Saturday' morning by L. E. Babcock lie succeeeda Carl F. Pterco District Ottl_. 1401 Second on living -

; beset on eYel'7'and of Route 3. The two weighed 15 pounds apiece. who was recently appointed Str*et. Smaota. r.......... The for.physically grants for handlap rooter vehicles veterans February': 14th 1le

iO complexities and difficul- Babcock caught them with artificial 718 creek chub recreational. forester for tae deadline for filing an annual and death benefits paid

le*. f plug purchased at Tinsley Feed Store. Florida Forest,, Service. report of earnings for 1961 .la- to survivor ..

This Yaet alone elves high Mr. and Mrs. BUkewood and April 10. IM4 In explaining why Insurance For Gifts '

gatfl to Boy Scout their daughter. Lori will make ,' dividends are not considered y
eek, which Is to be observed their home In Lakeland.Magazine Lost I :
Close .
Income. pointed out that,
|jringf the Feb. 7-13 period. FHA StagesSpecial since the death, rat among Glpollcyaolrier Thor
of Irish Editor Views
theme that
he week Drive continue to be .

lad if is an apt one is: l ProgramAt lower than the rate upon which GljePHOTOGRAPHS ,
(Strengthen America -Scoutig Of Jr. Class .
Caw Make The Difference." (Continued from page 1-B) entire fabric of city life became the prrruiam Were ...arUdnaliyestablUhsU
the FHA 'meetlrig, Frl fay by the.
A head of the national scout serve ice any customers.but The not-No so rotten something had Reaches $600 afternoon a special program needed pertiori. .,-WO.<- th. premium ua-

}rganizatlon says: MThe p7coubf means one thing. to give. Today' in a city whichIs UwassMtkV entitled "What Do I Give To payments I I. returned" to ,.
service for Negroes. Soarrnf $600.00mark
I
: ef America for 54 years much less violent though any Fatally" was presented byHoaalee :: the> policyholder. .
The slums are vast stragglingareas the mercury In the
have
enjoyed success and pub- pouts She headed a.pans
down by the lake front- perhaps no less pure, Dtck.: thermometer. registering the .
-- -- '
tie acclaimfor its In the r-
part discussion on typicalfamily t- '
ofJtmerican from a distance -, sort of Daley, a> Chlcogoan Irish born sales of the janior class magazine
raining youth la problems and their pos Total St. rho
Character ,values, citizenship pyramid of skyscrapers, Includ- and bred has been In the mayoralty sales 1 aa on Its way uptowat'd aib"horuUona. On the panel clrralatlon pi 11\340\ illaJ/ Carted .
weekly,
bl-wcekty! mad tri
ing the great Cathedral of the the $2.x, .00 goal which
kkUs and attitude: and nine Mr. Lyle
phy- for the past yean.He weretspecial guests weekly In U '
newspaper* &ftO *
fitness: Over these yearshave Hearst Chicago newspaper Tribune -empire aspiring-The to runs one of the most secure the attaintBeginning clasa salesmen are tryingto Wood of ,IVucatee. Mr. Carl In 112 was ZOftiMBO aa corn. 1 22 W. Oak Street WA 9-3601

e crown and flourished Baird soil conservation' spec pared with IMia.ftOJ In 150.
of spires and a horrible mock Democratic big-city machine last Monday. Jan. _.. _.. .. .
cause each us Involved ..1..... Mrs. Capell a DIIS -- ---
had a deep conviction of Gothic. in the States. This include 37. the Juaior'magasin* drive substitute teacher. George Lat-t --------r----------
I Chicago Is a city which sy- citizens wham got under way' when the jua-
the worth of Scouting to boys 80O.OOO negro imer DIIS student council
phons off its sewage by canalso ors and their sponsors met STORK-W1D,
and ,to America and because: Daley has tied to his. bandwagon president Jimmy Yarbrough -
that It gets down to the Mississippi with the magasinea represen
I ,
resolved
we to act.upon our FUAeth..C., and Dev Carw
|convictions." to add to the pollutionof by giving them Jobs In tAtI".. Junior: claaa memberswere roll and Mabel Mercer FIIA
and the the administration. briefed- the magazines
that river keeps on
A wide variety of events members. The panel question
land programs will take place Chicago waterfront at Lake "S,lle rules at any rate pt e of Included In their package deal such as what privileges should
I during the Week. Beyond these, Michigan a place fit for Chi- UIV most segregated citlea In the prices of subscriptions. anal a teenagerhave.. what responsibility -

the hope Is that the publicity cagoans. the United State Ukrainians. the names of the magacme they should have why'
and notice they create will encourage There is something Indefinable Poles.."Irish and Jewish neighborhoods on which they could make the parents don't understand l.-enager ...

rnore..boys to Join their about the atmosphere of are still clearly sep most profit. .. and many other timely
local Boy Scout organization of this strange city especially' arated. ; here .is no such thing Four Junior girls' were named topic The program wa very

I and. addtttpnallyv lead with the obligate of the gangster .reidViAialy.Integration and team captains for the maga- interesting! and very thought

elders to'do' **hat(Ver tfey canto Valachl who, when I ,was} the Quarter) (Lfn which Daley ,ine drive. Representing the provoking. A colorful' poster on
there was a+tout to testify on Nnd, eJLccmea mL ->. side flue junior homerooms are StoreVING
im
Member"
advance the work >ndj the Are You a Good Family TiisI4i'eed
Ideals. that Scouting sands for the activities of the CON N ttII'recorda --had been d -nW!..*t aa "A Susan Guard Iat Pearce was displayed and. .U

Rarely' does a Boy Scout become and the gangland of ,,lily whit. Irish. enclave surrounded Shannon Stalnbrook. and Helen added much to the ..MroframTnta a
New York. For here In the by negroe** Brelton.Several .
a delinquent. poster Is now Oft" dt.to "p
__ 0.J" .-". 1930's the greatest criminal TMg SCHOOLS** "f Junior salesmen are the main hall at DUB.I .
;.: murder machine operated with. Only JO per rc '.ff! Chicago's turning In subscription amounting
their spectacular funerals.'or' elementary scfasjicVBan be said to 'IOO. U or over.It !

Sensing gangsters. '. "fc!to kd le-segr pKe i integrat- .Is eapecUxl that the maga- PAINFUL COR? St
loaded down aloe drive will be concludedthis
Caskets "I.th.;',r The News flowers of the men who Mfcf got ChlcaVi which has bun sub week. HUfYfS l PAIN. AS __ y
been sent to their doom by jected to Daley's political patronage IT DI$SOLVt5 CORNS AWAY ver Is ing At A Great Savings!

(Continued from pace<< 1-B) the ukase ef Capone and the cooperate with the EabsonDiscusses N.as ..o ..... ass me
Citizens who are seeking a Job. ayndicate. The syndicate is still mayor because they know that ... t_ ....... tn..wr.m A"
The also should be but the p.. --.. ..... w. OS
country in operation gangstersare. if he wanted to he) coutfl' root N.. sow 04jj \
Informed as to the food cliMate of course respectable now,. out those officials who keep.egr.gaUon ::.l_trr..r..w is sit.::::..:.=

ef labpc-rrutaagement relations .- some of them even liras< a UvlnaT fact. But (bnUnued front page I-n) "" '
) thsrt exist In those up in black shirts and white Daley has to play ball with the debt In.akl.pouUn- HARDWAREA.ailobld .

states .thai haw-wisely enacted tics. aping the little Caesar of European white population of pUylng. amt outright corruption YOU CAN GET In 1
rt.htlaws.. Where the films I went out to Cicero Chicago Including the Irish have spread Into too many Hand Tools,
RELIEF FROMHEADACHE
such law are on.II.. booM one day the pretty' suburban who dont' want negroe* moving municipal aovemmenta. from" Bulk or Bag
and are enforced, there la a area of Chicago where Capone Into their next door and which a considerable numberof PAIN Rakes Shovels

food feeling- M'Industry that had his country house and who are Just as color censcleus voters may be secretly pro Lopping Sryears w. Dalrr| Too!
spell prosperity and progress.If headquarter In the *::10".. the meat fiting. I have said before andI ,
In this matter aa reprehensible STAMUOt glees.. ,.. rAST .....
each one of the 10 statesof LOTS OF GRAFT American in the say again: The basic aolu- vfew par ef asaesrfce. esewr4y Edgers Hoes ESB8BB3R5T"' .?*'i0SWBSB6aBi1DOLOMITE'
the Union were to register There was so much graft In Deep South. lion of our local tax problems sew NM. sod awn SSMS*4 rtunlm. Garbage Cons
. their approval of the right-. the old days In Chicago that it I personally, am sorry to saythat lie' In honest and efficient rleastUw. ....,. SIAMSACJIa4

to-work. the entire country was hard to know where It began I found a tut .'f Irish In Management with wisely. encouraged ceM- aN .........nnlwl Pie Many.IMera Mesons .. .***
would be on a sounder foot- and where it ended. There the United States, not only growth ana carefulassessment. relief s,rftCI'sa"*4 tie.itmii SIAMMCK*>.t.'i.V sea lint T* .. ..Te" ;
tree .
nf and liberty would. bs more were rackets in city polities and anti-negro; but vigorous negro ,..,.... SsUslattJsa (.........
aeazn. in the police until finally the haters. It Is morally unhealthy for 50 Minimum'
a_ .... ... '
voters te get unearned wages.iMMorned gryenea
Chicago above alL therefore.

.Is a city of ghetto A pramt- s.tbs4dlea. unearned ....-..-- OFF ;6 50 :

D.H.S. Groups Juniors',Win Dent cultured Jewish rabbi man affirmed an extremely my. housing. Often and ,other politically, unearnedbenefits. ambMmu sea- 10% Tos .

(Continued from page 1-B) (Continued from page I-B) view of the Jews) not being .htegrated. *.- Imtea support suchmeaMMv
sad placed. In'. their class**. The curtain opened ost a Roman though they haw .Just ,lie get vote. 1"OVC

Wianersi and all other parti- party with Dickie Johnson special nUctourea__.. for !living Aurti practices ran be estreme- REGULAR PRICE 20 Ton Minimum

Pants will be honored at a as the host ...... Karl G.Ury together. They must be near ly danerrous. be "
.
.
Ota, -- .
banquet. Tomorowafternoon ; George Lettmer. Roy Synagogue. '$
a.1 Meets will be sold at the and Joe Waldron were a quartet then-- are Just a few Isnaesa-- 7 TH

annual ..-.. and FFA Fat, Stock a a&1Dar b. Cal.Sun stone 1 got In Chicago in between L KNOc LARGE SELECTION
Sale. Veteran auctioneer and Jail**. Other entartslnmesit was several Arts to the depressed -
friend of an.who know aimauddy furnished by Otaaae Boggaas areas of the> city and Plen 'Include. Hauling'; :

dark wilt\ cry the _Ie. and Mary Lyre Stone whe the number of days. seeing life ids and Spreading
During the astond week of sang by Stable Merre whO ca Its turbulent heart.Aaout $ & Garden S tt
the show Bonnie Collier. Diane presented a comedy act. and >
Montgomery, Ann rie cher.DenrUe Cheryl F1and n. who eater ; )
Beadle* and DeSotoFFA t tained the aroporer with as* interprettoe .
chapter wall Ibe exbjbtt-.- dance. Beverly. Robert

line redo 'fa Ue Beef Cattle directed the testier !skit. Poultry ( p1ei5F
Show.r. Counties* ether students assisted 7S per rent ., all .-. :
in these lout .-standing Incas appliances are brutes ar .I Grcund Hog Day

as.sanitation*. ,Although people who had n* |.teUi ., Netting .
---- -era r ells e1l there la. sat iun il t* list eecho buying UvMst. at the .,....... I J -<
l heat .hear talent Indsu. ef the. year. And since SS gar An American legend that .tArt" with the 1'enn.'ivanla 1
.
: FAMILY i to their reapeeUverlassse rent fA Aaae rlcan?fealties reretve Gerirutna ..,. that on the 2nd of Kettf-uary th. groundhog F / y

Special thanks. go to a newcaepcr' every .." awakens from hU& minx. winter alawpv. If. atkiui bit .'il i

PLEASER' the farmtty .......... tee their the diaries are .at. iisaispa.1 had. out of hla' home In thin ground and lookg Around.If 10 TO 40% qe ,

geeaerr help. per ad. gave. then UMT Id so. the. sun Is shining' and the ground hoc can ... hU. OFF

shadow ho.Is frightened and gum bsaeJc .la .his. ) .hot. Them 10% ALL FISHING, / TACKLE :

*au:. t*., tool NERVOUS winter. last anMiiieraelx ......*. "ff Ow day lit dandy acid L i p .
I WORRIED? the Cf'OU..1Mc.. car not. ... hU shadow Ka stays out of i ". T;

bright l.c nWt stet I hi*Jx4 sad winter bag rome to aa ..-J. Thai levmii' bar

at.arp.lC.-.1,JCrro aV4a the I OVM CKanc -of-LH.7. LecM sin yerinaosrfit'pnrt: of American. folklore. The V

..that awa srf>_.sa-> A' faaeyoa aafost Oe eel. *... aaBafT'ijrjff cocrKCt aame for this mammal b I Woodchuck. and he Is ALL PAINT & AccEsSORIESNOW

bids' sad trom up*, .... .ItIi ..,.,......... not a dependaUo wrathrf forrcaster.DtSoto .
"
1& far a.aVay Uja .*>e take a special ...* ..*. ",-.t

I favdtaf. r (" jI ......_L74.. K. ........ '
"t.c&We, C..pesd -..... dn : S
NationallMk SHOT GUN'SHIUS
I Dent" #1 1I Jliss peers W., -i- ky nttiVtasr..: aawts -
olaeessfart. .1.s:4 a beta ..*..... caaaeal (esaai .. -

I I Taj'aBssan a Af tBataTaTa.aMBsaBi sTfca.alpVsVeaarBTBS -_ < .
Irrstaaasty.) Taero -...1 laaWtersftsetasiijiaafaeraiiaasi Of ARCADIA PRICE
I Wir. mae fa/d Ua ft: I iinTaCsij Jj H>*. .Of F
I I =--u:bent w es s,Oahemdr .t gasoa *sa Ur s eIT >
II I e-.0aa.e& M pen tfll. t*.. adt5ens r 'Tr trf-nTis_ .... -
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8-B THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia Florida! Thursday*february 6, 1964 \ d ::: /- _.-,. r '

\ '.' ;) Free"' 5r? so Free AMPS VINGS -- SWIFT PJREMIUM ':' .'. --:-*fc:::50 ww Free wmft' -SAVINGS STAMPS w +*w%5- --50Fr:: i -SAVINGS STAMPS,,:

l') .11.1I enpr... .nh..W with......... .....-., ){s'...... l wltlb __..a p...._ oW _II"...p. .w ..,._ oW '
r I. 50 oz. Pig. STANFORD 1.8 Quart Siit'I.G.A. \,:::'' ':: MS' ct.'.wge Roy*l Guest i' ;i I'IOPftn PK1.qe T.bIe lanif
PAPER PLATES
1 .PINTO.....BEANS....., INSTANTMILK. "'.. B b B f S ale t. ; ;::'i.' (I: ..TEA.,... BAGS. 1 T ...,.... :r.-...., .. 141'
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:r.br. rt 1s4 '
v.Id Att.r a 1111 Y.14 A''' h l- a -\e I | x'.1.1 :r.br..r7 1N ...... .....
0.... 0.1, .. ....1. I.OA. It... 0.. 0.17 .. Tbtr'tA.1$.... Y 0... 0.17 .a 1'101. 10.A. ._ J o..4'oair / i-a-A.
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I.GA. OVEN FRESH Round Steak Ib 69c Chuck Steak I Ib. 45c SALE DAYS FEB.' 6-7-8 1Obt
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f.DONUTS 'PVg 12 ol ,2.n w., Sirloin Steak. lb. 69c T-BoncSteak, 'v lb." ,79c 4 ;,. .- -"5 ;

Fish LG-A- .3/4 39' : Rib'Steak. lb. 59c Sirloin Tip Roast Ib. 69c FREE! Cfiee'3akerShoulder
iTuna
F mnysz;* c n :

Corned Beef Hash L-:: .. 3 $If Steak or Roast . lb. 55c :
( I Isar.
[ .. PAY ONLY REGUL R' PRICE FOR
I Rib or Brisket Stew . . lb. 29c ....
I Orange Juice uSit. 4&os. 59'Grapefruit '\ ..1 .. MAXWELL .HOUSE-INSTANT. ,, .,. ...

.':' Juice !Un I.G.A>swt.: 3w o%.$l.\ BUY SWIFT PREMIUM BABY BEEF FOR YOUR FREEZER'; *& '\0.. .59Wrapping _
Coffee: IOOL. !
,' AT THESE LOW PRICES -.... .
:Tomato Juice J46. 25C ;-' _
L-bby> I >| i Half Beef ...............Ib. 45c
Nabisco Saltines lb. 29aj Hind Quarter .........Ib. 55c .. '
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'. Fore' Quarter .........Ib. 43c Green Beans 6 Gf 303.,. $1..
T D LG.A.WHOU
U B Food r 12 $J Price Includes Cutting and
Dog
0 0 ; Cant 303 ;i'
i .& '\Whole, I K. Corn Td>1e King 7 Cd.,. $1.

kllchen'utif' ) sparkle' I Sweet Peas T.M. Kin 9 6 Casa :I
;' <. ". I!JOUr + \ \ Pears 1 4 303, .1..
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'w.:' ",', with COPPER t ONE r Apple Sauce. ..LG.A. 6 2. 'I.


!', stainless steel4TABUKRIT SUPER MAID Ib.Fruit 59c

; : + Shortening . <; 3c!

:'::' coo k war, e"* --- : IGAELICIOUS
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303
tad wluc > \ 4 1
Cocktail C ni2Vi '
wwrw tw 1 ,.

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51.49 rAUaa MAN 1 t t K ; +' .IG4Peaches 3 C *s .$1'
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I;;:;; +I 4th ''+'(1 .. "-1..' GRADE A FLj'.GA. Fryer Parts,
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4S{ '. | : WHOLEFryers:
i.l'r'Fms Legs49C
v'; 1 ., : :; \TABL
; Breasts Ib. 5..ge.1
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I \1\ r.. 'W 9f. :' "fi Wieners i2oz.35c
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DAIRY SPECIALS FROM IGA, ft' STAR TABLERITE BONELESS ..- 79''ROUND
t I __. fJ;,; SLICED BACON . u.49c BEEF CHUCK ROAST ."- ib. 89

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