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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: March 5, 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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I p.H.S. Cagers, ,Meet Jupiter Friday In Region Test At Palm Beach 'r ft--t.... ,_ : < ::1:1Fresh I I

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from the croup basketball opener at 7 p.m. The D.II.S. racers earned the points and Ricky Dodd with :25 known that the Bulldogs opponent Howux' r Jupiter ha h (l..RV. 0.r"-R'p ..... I
tourney .last weekend the Coach John Cambrel! and regional entry with a record points led the way in scoringthe has been most success high, scor-ng' flumes a. :--... +. .
JO.II.S. pulldogs will vie Friday the Ridge champion will checkin breaking IO8-3S victory over new Arcadia record. Previous ful for its defensive ptoy The finals of group play when' t they .g 9 ...
and Saturday in the regional at the Mt. Vernon Motel Cardinal Mooney.. Sarasota- in high of 91 was established team has switched according' to defeated Marathon by some :so' '
tournament at Palm Beach Thursday. They will work out the group finals here Saturday against Okeechobee earlier the team played from man to points 80-8O. 6 -....
I Hi** School. on the palm Beach" Utah court night Cardinal Mooney had this year. man to employ the eons defense Winner of first round play' \
The Bulldogs will meet Jupiter that afternoon.' This will be the debated. Myers Lee In the Although there Is no comparative The two leading Jupiter Friday win mot ta. the regional I
In the 9 p.m. contest following first appearance of the bulldogs opener Friday night basis to Judge the Ar- corers are averaging IS and finals Saturday: night
r' the Zephrhills-Pahokee on that court. Jun Yarbrough with :34 cadia-Jupiter" learn It Is 12 points per came respectively. (Contiiiuc-ii: ou i'ligo a-A>>





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SIXTEEN: PAGES 10 CENTS Arcadia. IlcSoto County, Florida.' Thursday March 5, 1064 VOLUME XXXX No. :23:

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From 3 Firms Four cantliUate: h-ivc filed line nf DeSuto Co < high Low' Ita'n'
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Coinmiiflonci-ji. %vasrrport.d
County :
A ''scries of burglaries arebeing here platform later t>>. ::3 G3 fiO M:
: totljjr. ClcorteOla.
Investigated here this and Robert (Dub) Avatit Garner 'a successful: ; :tJ: U t ::11 .r.o
week; by the Arcadia Police had announced their candidacy dato fur Ui vut twu ; : I 7't .n.r.o r

Department and the DeSolo earlier but at qualifying/ time Is I seeking: ru-elcclion "" 2 Ct 55 .00 i
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Sheriffs Department. 11. L. (Rosy) Johnson and Jc tn third term.R. a
The break-ins occurcd Mon. Lyons had also qualified. L. 'Bob< Werti. NMV tllY. roLNl'ILMAN--Jamc'' : aucct'ed: ih* lui.0 Wallace F. HoltnriXHa \ .
day night' at Palm House Restaurant K. T. (Kat McLeod. Ft. bent commissioner Business I. lions tnkfw"' the outh of nfficu MI will ac('rvv on the finance commit*"*" ; I
Supcr-T e s t Service Winder, threw his hat into the qualified Wednesday city cnuneilman ndmlniatcrrd by Mayor tee !>x>no nrr-vtNl u 'prior two year -
Station and the '-11 Grocery.At ring in District One against election to the puat. .raul I 1.. SJ"<'t'r. IJoono was elected to term on the Ixxly. .
Palm house. managed by Incumbent Harold Garner. On the School .,
"W.Tt... Harrington entrancewas Hoard chairman. McLcod is of the. W. Honor
a incumbents (
forited through the Drlve- native of DeSoto County bornat Clement district 4
In WI961 ow and the cigarette Ft, Green In 1909. He. is' at Water I
I a qualified pressttme. Plant f
City
into. Program
machine At S.fmnut.Teat.SeI'v'ce broken Station veteran of the Marine Corp. S. Johnson has ConventionAn ",
r WW Two. Is a member of the candidacy for the
.i the coca-cola: : machine was VFW. a former Mason and a post held by Arthur I : announcement. from the '.

Jammed broken; Into and officers the mechanism have been truck to the'farmer.. former He Margaret married Col-. who Other will candidates not run.; this'Mayflower week. Company csr-' I IContlnutd
gave special re
unable to determine the amount Council [

any. Inside of money the budding. missing.a desk If The to announcement a local: business cane Updated By City

the close of Moving' and
'was rifled. and some change
taken but Lester Taylor manager company owners con ....-
Is sure.. that no large Annual C. C. In Dallas, Texas, updating of city water meters and entering a recommended' to the council
amount :of cash: was taken. W. hasty 813 Washing water. department wearing. .. In training program for repair In I U .ao as part of thef4 4| *
At 7-11 Grocery: money, and Street Arcadia, received of new city official' and par. of meters' were authorised by. '
award for the Peace River ., ur plant renovation he Ttplained. :
cigarettes were taken but the tidpatkm polleen/ firearms the council.'
manager has not yet ascertained Moving' and Storage com school were undertaken at the The city has been coii.l"lrr- .-V
the exact amount. Law enforcement which' has Its headquar City Council meeting Monday Ing the list benuh. facility for Unborn said that the pro)
: officers are of .the Board here In Arcadia. nigh some lime City Administrator. gram basically is an altejivpl\
opinion that the series of award was for having A water meter. lest bench Wayne Unborn told. the councllmen. to save the city inwne* "ny t**...
break-Ins were possibly committed e greatest percentage' In facility purchase of &O, js.w Such a move hat been i Ing and repairing Us own'wAter :
by hitch-hikers or, -' ... .In the stale of Florkla meter. rather than contracting >,

aomeone passing through the Zxlvgard tR. Dentley. Corporal servatlons may be .193. according to Jimmy the work. Last year ,t..*
.. general manager of city spent $*oaei for maase
city.lneeeugattlottieoo. Stat Secretary,of the Finn &-aUlna.the ;'X>rSoto : 4.tocJu\'romiMtnTv\ ..
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toethepolite FaHout# and .. The Initial
..r... Department; are Chief ids< UterCTtamrier" of Commerce : 'Commerce and 11 .is'''''. ,. ** lUver Mevn) Tan* a f :Shelter"StudySclleduled i cwt IMkU&of in* row.In'city pregnuu.

CarreL. Crews.. LC. C. J. Carl- will be the main speaker reservations be mad. ( .. operate. five vans and Is timalsd, at '..oN. TK.....-
ton. Jr.. and Cecil Holllngs- at the Annual Dinner MeetIng Program planning w. ) a seven county area) eludes' sending. two men la Al*
worth. For the Sheriffs Department to be held Friday. March the direction ,of Mike & Ifardee. Manatre, For lanU to learn how to do 'Ih*
was Sheriff Lloyd 20. at the Woman' Club.7OO chairman.. .. Dade and Or.n ., CountyDeSoto ....'.r repair' and t........
Hutton and Deputy Frank p. m.. according' to John Dan Monday night. March of the vane,according' to The qty. purchase of new
iels. manager of the local newly elected board of Is the largest avail -
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Cline. water "meter" to similar to '
Chamber.The ton will elect new ... It has a tJHtO cubic foot theme of the meetingwill the ensuing year. A Florida cvunnea) added. (to the assisting data' on buildings ah.ahot" ',.ter houkupa. The cues
be the honoring1' .f' De- follow turning over r.. to the INt edi.., rfaUoital Fallout HriaJU'r *ur- been demulUhetl or mml ut. the meters at that timer> .at'
Railway! Express tSoto County Induatl y and the old board. of Baying Guide Issue of v-y. updating program being fled; and Inclusion of a ltllllwn listed a* n 1,1$ each. The ..|*jr
George Smith will deliver the Regular business of ..... Report magazine. conducted by the U. ft. Army. al. shelter spaced In ewlellngbuildings' action I the .
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Agency Notes "Salute to Industry address. tion or by-....., Mayflower Moving' ront- Cor pa vf rtiuinoeri.: CCII. II. It.Parfitl which may not have .nd4trda.aln.i on 4ulpmenl Ume9i blnaass
David Holloman will emcee the lion of chamber, and Is the number one mover' J.nvllU.. district. been cwnal..l.re d l prevlaualy.'Th. < ..
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,Milestone i, 125 affair.A ing business of the the United States. cngimer hu annuuncerl.fkirviy .Initial updating' pro repw 1 *_ HanbefffsaM. J*
American Railway Express crowd of approximately. will be conducted by .." River Moving and will b. uratr l UlrrcIIMI gram. begun 'In ItrplentberIIMS3 Janice U lira n. former eoVrouneibnan.
Its years. of active service 200 ls anticipated and tickets sent board of director ... Company .to an auth .4 W*tint+n>Isnl( rnglnrerlng. : ,I'JT Daile. I HllUboruush .. wa relumed Uk- a
will be 300. Daniels said. R. Following this tit will .... 1*'nell..
i this year, according toJ'onMl' d agent for Aero May: Ine. .1. Sarasota, and Palm pMt sea tile muncll after sweat
: Johnson manager oi r'a. amehio.t-e1yMeeea, T"ft..", /ll ach Counties, has been **> lwf In Monday. night t'he' oath
:: aia..*> Will aV th* survey In eniUlly. rampwtel. by three
the local agency. of office WM given ttoone *yirtk
|1.lk. rtwmmlj, Manatee ll.rLue 'hUH'.R4IU'vrtr fume units .
actual .
-We have no records t.uulusuetl .A) .
but It has been figured that d_. I t.k.hl....... l tic-eels., ..... contract. far lh. Curp ., Knglneers. pogo !
the first local agency: was Up Bags loses. IYv ,. 54. .., and.. they.. are Jute P.
opened In or about 1M7 and Goodwill Mart.. ""unli**. c.''hanrdng.. A_......'.. o. Muutil
mart mule and wagons for Ames, >mirs .UMt.. .4Ml In 1"--7." Wet,.. ..el! ....... k- Injuries, Fines, :\
d.IIYttI.lobnecln said. ,. % folks have beets ask hspeen. ,ler />4J |...|.Hf f..110It -.. wayngan.ers. of Wet Pahn
One of the first agents was + by: Hey Heuuts. to have the. act r at.' MK in fiulHir. a n d l ,booties, an .. ,
Goudwtll bags MI front pnetbsn4bye thr.wam..tif.
B.the O. FusseJI.for retired ever' 40 who ran. by C ...... Saturday.. .. onus .whets. aneet '"..... ."It r'm.. .t..r, the. irl.Ifiti .- f From afar FiSh1'1:'

agency succeeded him. yeas.Jobnean 10 e ',;. 7. noun. ftrnt. rt'.... gta.aNMs of. K fln..r ...... tHal. the Th..* n.salt.1. n 'tnursdjy
years ago. The first express t -" .. have been Ubtrlbul'( for wti.. v.b'I .f written building was located South of ( tne bags to hotfte*. asking ta.ii'iaea.r mark .lied. hetaree.Avd will inquire lh, ..vvniik: what-to now downtown Arcadia ti' a\.l U.* flit them with ,....., I."$$5a -Ita lei t or r- ..rvvy ,.f .....t.. in asi,50'S htMtnUtl. with a broMn -,
ui and other ore ire' (:.model PerfH4 euikMt" The' .
) about where>SorrelTs! Packing repairable wan'j.r. ** llvnl JAM another. under a 1 MO
company Is located. .. .M. fesap.esti.n| .1 MtlMiOg. noses Lard. and (In* owner .( led KMtabltehment 1t
The present U located '"* given to Ctomiwilt. Ttm>'t..H..t. r4t._ >>r .the lad ro,."jMt. *,s with !.(....*.*. ,'- .fined. |Z t. oJ.}
near .the railroad agency on Oak repaired "7.1 JU hsnrfl- f**!.....* .... e w .......esm I.emote' .. talitrra.. ill In W'h.tet-e.uWl. A.**raintf' U. nh,tl tIhMton. I.z.4.
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street and, has been the scene ,. employ* the SC flVW-' 1tf'1t au of operation far over M years. plant. .. ..1 "'n ih' ar'..r 3. Arcadia.. and.. CtlweedArcadia : WII.

William r. Hsrndcn .. credited ....... J. ,.....*. I U
with being the -n... Cx- trek. 5t1eel hat tUlNUnc" J
presemen' inaugurating; service MYSTERY FICTURr HO LONGER MYSTERY the MrgiMTMnl *
March 4. IUp between i purt...ly kut '
limb-. and. Xrw York.. Competing the h4. with a .',tecI.Ii
; companies. were aouet W. to. when. the. ." '
Harward
formed: Adam's Express:. 1a40; Mystery Personality started- the. .,
American &..a........ 1O; Wells City<< Polity.ftule. Dun Pry ..a
Fargo and Co, 1M th* Pony anal Norman. lUMterwn wjraportod _1
-. a.... to name a fewContinued th..rata polal il out eehoeh .44 rwq.e.tbgra. th sat hWteehr SC,. Harvard. has keen a .law Sisal ... Ih. ....
( on page. 8-A: ) ......'. mystery prtuee was woa J'rsfeaee' AiehardW vnfiirvewtent off&ler moat .f .his shade.. else ..rh'" Th.j1\
***.* than Pleasant.. Wil- <*4ati<- < lie u a MMmlMrr trfU a/lwit 'life U.| ser4 omr madeputy ftshivr were. then turned Ito t
'" IUrwf. retired Aresvlie... >e XfauX MftMt Chwrth art was deputy I aherifl\. FranM
sheriff for the law
A.
s.laill' Kech of police and es-deputy. ma/rtcH M the tNtrMMMtfe Oe* who. sass tfupwUhed to '
W. i ..n. iobr. li. 11*. M she farmer C FrownAn and. was chief ., ...,.. by Shards .. .... w

On 'Critical. Ue ,. Harwwr. woe Men In MjrrtJie B< .*najrellve af ....... three lime' even .*omInsr CKarl.s .trtson..
to ttentuehr- sod weed the a .wc out. at retirement Co h.l.. the. Lieu w4 *to. sires
>.. S. (Bill>)> leads of Kadi M.. .......... P. W. llsrwatdMr JJ owl City ,.......* said sppa'.4
Drug store was entered .to tne .fie wa. at *ne lime. n nose.lint .* iwo Mayo* P. P ftpeerj" '"
University" Medieaf Center Iaaa.ra.uw : of the O44 Fellows; out Judge. Mend..y .....,.....ac.A. v
....Hay. and ha .. 0.-4 C. ,..... a. ..,.. ,.......... .A.. itv.w v.. wan< charged. with ..p.rabb
been on tne critical' list everleice. .. ..,....... Aeaas w.e ,hs -nwmbr hfaii' IU anil his ttiaurderlyItcCieeuMMt huaw.w b7 .,
according to hi* father issue peso Se ........, t !wets ttve *>*Uily about, two melting. a 111111n au ... Mal4fe .
Dr. Lour JCarn., ..1#' P.w ,H.,..,.. es.... ,enla0 ... Ht .. K...ie on .cv timd Ishri 1JL. ;:i
Dr. Lapen. attending hyteion ..... A......... Meese.y }flthway' 17. .has made a ppissobit .
and .......... ta4d the fanvUy .. pas wee receive a 'They have three son and> ...n ft r a new trial' and act MKh.fWI >
that BUI racing through .. waw lase....... M i: too e>..*..M.re, ..,... grandvkitaVeet .. the elly judge ISis aisle
n very critical 72 hour aerte.il.BUI Aeadwe. TINe ....... ""', .'J.. mess two gre...BonoVlMl'aV tor will. be taken MR next Ms..
to earfienog dew an acute lac. ..poor. en ... and. they are prod. dy snorning. fg JKttlla
lam. slbtwa'. anwdr.f M noport. 7. hcbo A. ......>IJ, .. the.. ** alt > stated thst .........
.- .. .... Ir iin a my week Mr Harvard.. van r.ns.mbet tn a Saa.4. .hoapltsl. wi' .
.......... ,..., Ar...... M laVI-M wn**. he jaw. ....*_> In UtHe.....
...... iKot..e i..nrarQya tA. faano II.. Mary larrrt ea.<.. _here mad ,...Ia. th* h*. not been .rvigned .
dot -.-.=.-5 h dad, eaUed tileyoel. I. T--. ,: ,-.11 doairMctiv' ,.,. .f l Nt thai will o* a* mean a* Ito o
PRIZE BKKKl TIas JO A star wffl offer .
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We powair. Tuesday oso was ore. the tanay wad neat p ranch of tines tuwn.ThwMg mUard ham the hospltaLwulta.n..pp.aed
-'ad. ..... that ovo 11t.as* Stir**Je? tcainr (TawrM&ay I of U e prit wiiusin*: '. 'bed asp a a---g. oa&n and. '........ .. to stall an hf<
Ilea eea.iiNisw was Melt. tel. rted Artjnm steer ra* **f lor 4-Hr O*.rr$ Gwft4. -... Ie DsBw C....... taak.. ..dews ...... Cownlr HMKr "
'ettsrsl, O.. .A.I Loot a prime quality Kwo/ animal mUed in DvrWA the tie, as ait, ........ ..., sjwt. ka.* MrthUtsJ. ovtler" than Hayesded ; j Ii'
deb ......,.. art he war r..guwsrwd ... warn purchased hy Jerry T>nAty at tn 4-H and .... _e_. Nees. tnaaeb.. .nod. uw -...aad .w -.4 under. fit* bond. by"' ;'
a .... Ie Lrwlaa.aL pat Stock awls tJatflnaT lb. seal. FnAr.,TnJgiPn. Harward teaio4. J.u& f>. W. HAMWAMO ... .. .!- -w, -

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THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida, Thurscfay_ :Ji"'S.!f 1964 '


Lit. Club Will Leap Year Party 20th Century- ., .CHilfAssists l


HCHAT Have Annual At Tourist Club Club Met t In Cornerstone 1


Guest programThe h The Arcadia, Tourist .Q.&b..i -Tb: Twentieth Century. Club .Ceremony '
fry grwe S1 UL Arcadia Literary Club had lively Leap Tear 'Party'at: met Thursday.. Feb. 27, at the Charlie Hill Grand Marshalof
will have their annual "Guest" the club house on Saturlaynight ,( Boon residence on West Gib- the Grand Masonic LodgeOf
program Wednesday March 11 x'tA FV. 29th. It was sort soh Street, with Mrs. James L. Florida accompanied: by
at. U>e Womans Club. of a "reverse party" and the Boone and Miss Frances Poos- A. M. Lockwood Duane
Hos'tsfeses for the day will men dressed. women and er ss co-hostesses. Trump, Brook Diamond and
be Mrs. Arthur Freeman Mrs. the women as men. and prizes "l\Je preident. Mrs. Lewis Mr. Armstrong of Canada and
rte Harley Watson Mrs. J. M. were given for the prettiest, Purvis, called the meeting to Arcadia went to Stuart Satu-
3., Morqus, Mrs. Lawrence B. funniest and most original order, and introduced J. Ann urday for Mr. Hill to assist
Roe Mrs. J. Harley Garner costumes. As about 25 men and Come Consultant in Kxcep- other officers of the Grand
Mrs. R. L. Holtzendorf Mrs. SO women participated it wasa tional child work with the State Lodge with the laying of th
Stuart B. Reed Mrs. H. G. dlificult task for the judges Department of Education. cornerstone for the new Mar-
Jones Miss Emily Smith wno were Robert Marxer. After the business session tin County High School.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Fenanderand
Mr. Edith B. Scott Mrs. Ru- the program on The Wacky
per( Smith Mrs. Lowndcs Mr. and Mrs. Strop from World of Vsuderville" was pre-
r TreadweU, Mr. J. L. Dishong. A LadysmiUi. Wis. &J they sented by Miss Kate Carlton General SaleThe
.. presto ten from each: group and and Mrs. Hazel Dishong. Miss
and the president of the 'club
a let the audience thewin Memorial PTA will)
pick \ of
Mrs A. M. Dennis.A Carbon gave the history
musical program. 'will' be ner by applause. vaudervilie; then she and Mrs. sponsor a General Sale in
Men winning were as folJows Dishong presented b skit "Dr. Koch's Annex on Saturday.
presented by Miss Marilynn
: Larry WheaUey. prettiest Mnrth 7 from 8:30: a.m. tit .
s : Keller. Soprano and Miss Lynn Kronkhite". by South and Dale
j L Lambert, Accompanist ; G. C. duke) Marsh tun- or the Avon comedy four On sal will be anything from

'. & nest; Albert Harvey most original. which: was very ably dramatized. potted plants to cakes. If you
For the lames: Mn.LAOyd' Mrs,. Dishong concluded: nerd any' more Information
Glover, ''prettiest} Mrs. her part with remarks about call Mrs. Griffin at WA 9- 1131
11 Arcadia H.D. Libel Ransom funniest; Mrs. the music halls and variety or 9-9401.
may Joe Nelson most original. The shows.
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t4 r 6J I t' Club MetArcadia .. costumes were worn for the The hostesses served refresh
/ rest of the evening which was ments to the following members WATCH THAT CHILD
Horn Demonstra- spent in dancing with a lovely : Mrs. C. 1:. Adams, David More than half of all pedestrians
.tratlon Club met Monday. lunch being served at 9:00: Browder. Miss Kate Carl- injured in traffic are
Feb. 24, at 2:30: p.m.:', :'at the o'clock, as usual. If you don't ton. Mrs. Hazel Dishon,. Mrs. children 14 years of age and
home of Mrs. HsttI McCol- think old folks can' have fun Ben McCchee. Miss Alma Murphy under reports the Peninsular
lum. with 27 members and you should haw been there. Miss Susie Murphy, Mrs. Motor Club (AAA). Be certain
guests present. Mrs. Seattle
Lewis Purvis, Miss fella! Rails. your youngster knows "the
Townsend presided at the business -
Mrs. Grayson Rayburn Mrs. safest way to school.the club
session. Of the scti
many Business MeetingAt H. M. Shaver. Mrs. Gerald admonishes.
vitle discussed: one was the
Taylor Mrs. Lyle Wood, and
plan for a Barbecue: benefit
lleautlful) Portrait Tourist ClubThe guest Miss JoAnn Couse.F. .
?, the DeSoto County 4-11 clubs RONNIE'S TIDBITYou

| Anci certal lr.Ii'btauttful, model.! The,picture above is which will 'send girl delegatesto
Monthly meeting of the
II oT. Chris \" daughter of Mrs. Donald a Citizen Short .Course atWtihlnat Carroll Named'ManoftheYear" can't carve your way
Fowler of Irving' Texas, and her father, Jim Lovell, n. D. C. Arcadia Tourist Club was held to success with cutting remarks -
oi.Clayton",Georgia. Another project of great interest Monday evening March 2nd. .
was the Vacation trip to with the President Peter Sch- Frank Carroll. Arcadia hai
Chris is spending the winter with her
Hawaii' attend National
ehti. the wobel presiding. The meetingwas been named 'Man-of-the-
Home Demonstration Council opened by I singing "Ameri Year" in the Liberty National
ntuukx Ave;", and attending high school. on Oct. 25. Wonderful rates for ca" and repeaUng The Lord's Life Insurance Company Fort

But what t ,want you to do is to go by Master Crafts couples were cited. Extra activities Prayer" in unison. The com- Myers District office, it was j
Studio arid pets A-lihotoarnph' of Chris that DIck buvcn- are planned for th* husbands Jtnitte chairmen gave their announced yesterday by J. Gilbert 1

port, has just completed. The picture simulates a heavy accompanying the ladIes reports fluids Tonn.... the Smith district manager. ,

oil painting. It Is 16x20: an enlargement from a small Members were encouraged :MISS CONSTANCE CARLSON hostess, reported there are MOW The honor is based on Car..
negative, mounted on a canvas textured paper over to enter a Self-Help Medical 224 members In the club roll's sales of life insuranceand
masonite. Sally Davenport did an expert Job of painting Course. (Mrs. Townsend reminded two more than last year. outstanding service to polIcyholders -
with perfect detail. The finished. the group that they Also there were 99 visitors during 1983. Carroll -
product is beau-
have a year ahead to prepare Carlson-Baker Enaaaement Told Introduced and welcomed during
for
qualified the com-
tiful that is the only word that will express what exhibits RONNIE'SS J,.,.
for the next DeSoto Pauline
Karl-Eo February. Groff pany's One Half Million Dol-
Announcement of the engage.ment Carlson. Sr" of Arca-
feels when the
Is first viewed. Dick
picture has usedan
one. County Fain of Constance Cohen Carl reported on the many cards she lar Club. He and his wife, Cast Oak 8t.
antique gold frame to set the picture off and it A report was given on how son and Claude Howard Baker dia.Mr.. Baker Is the son of Mr. had sent out and also, the flowers Marie will attend .a Leaders Arcadia. Florida J

does just that. ,the Slat Hospital uses cloth- Jr., was made here this week and Mrs. Claude H. Baker Sr, that had been used to Club In New Orleans La. in Dial' WA S.S7S1 .
.. I have seen other photographs, of a similar' kind Ing as therapy also learned by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. of 'Arcadia. decorate the birthday tables April.
that Dick has made, but rather think that he outdidhimself that there arc certain services Miss Carlson graduated from had been sent to "shut-Ins" and .----- r

; on this one. In fact, will say that MASTER 'at the hospital In ,which cltlcena DeSoto County High School In greatly appreciated. She read
CRAFT STUDIO, is rightly named. Sally and Dick of DeSoto County may 1982 and then moved to Sarasota cards of Thanks from Mrs.
are perfectionists: and the photographs they make are participate. The various local where she worked for a Neva Howe and Mrs. Inez Kin- Our Latest Model HomeBy
organizations are Informed of ney. Pat !Hoover of the shuttle -
truly MASTER Craftsman's work. the needs and are endeavorIng year.Mr.. Baker graduated from court., said Jan Pilch and
How to Cook an Elephant. to lend their assistance. DeSoto High School: and servedIn Joe Nelson had Won the prizes REX CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

Now wouldn't you know that a man, and a Republican The Nominating Committee the UJ5. Air Force. II. is for February tournament.The .
at that, would want me to print such a recipe. I presented a slat of new officers l- now attending Florida Highway club Is planing a talent Lecstsd On El Versa Rd. In Villa Rica Park
have several friends who used the ono in last week's which was accepted and Patrol school in Tallahassee. show for March 14th and another (Near lit Christian Church)

paper-the low calorie dessert and nay that It l la real voted upon. The new officers picnic (7) on March 18. 1 .drmo 1.s Baths -' Many Other Features
good. I haven't tried the one from last week, and will are Mrs. Beatrice Townsend : Wedding plans will be announced The president also said he
hot the this but President; Mrs. Inca Arnold. ; s later.Wjmen had received a request for as
try one week maybo you will. Musthay
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Vice President Mrs. O. D. : many CALL WA 8-5741 ANYTIMEN.ObiIgatlen
; .Ii. couples as would care to -
'! that it came out in "The Anhinga, a usually sober ,
Langford. Secretary and Treasurer go to the Wood Memorial Hospital -
excellent
bulletin put out by tho Kvergladfis Natural As- FinalisingSee
History ; Mrs. Hattie Mc o1Ium. to put on some ,of the ;

,sociaUon. Here it is: Council: Dlegat Entertain pattern dances, on March 11. h __ t
Elephant Stew: Mrs. Postell Dswsey County Men of Tourist Club, After the meeting was adJoUrned -
:. 1 medium sized elephant H. D. Agent pr entd aarocram'v r the evening was spent
jkMx ..
1 ton each of salt and pepper( V p% i'(.:..;<- *' btv'Fsbryrs Wiuv th* / J. B.' Stuckey' wasffthafrmUny with cards and' dancing. the 'BeautifulSelection
600 bushels of potatoes I Us* W fnW'ttrlpsf'TIVlr: groupwas of' ", ep">eram to 1 1BIBLES :

200 bushels of carrots shown how to rvcognlz at the Arcadia Tourist Club of :

4.0OO sprigs' of parsley tile ,lengthwise, crosswise and Men's Birthday party last Special MeetingLast ,

2 small rabbits (optional) bias of fabrics Design should Thursday. evening' Feb, 27th. ;
b* on the grain of the fabric. r
Cut elephant meat Into blta-slzcd 1 pieces. Cut vegetables .Garments or drapery will not The event' was held In the Wo Friday Eve. S

." 'into cubes. Place meat In caldron. cover with l.OOO hang well nor will the designb 'man's Club where about 17fl The. Auxiliary to the Veterans For Caster from ;t
gallons of water and simmer for about four weeks, effective U these elements RCBA DIANE FUGATTC people enjoyed a "potluck"dt'tner :
Stirring; Garnish and with ham, rolls and coffee of World War I Barracks Our ;
frequently. with parsley servo. are Ignored We would save Vcricty of
supplied! by the club. No. 18(17.( held a special meetIng -
Servos about 3800. If moro people are expected Urn, money and satisfaction
The tables Thursday Feb. 27. at No.
were beautifully Gifts
:Add the rabbits. This Is not recommended however, as by avoiding poor quality fa. EngagementAnnounced decorated by Mrs. Ben Beall a North Debate avenue for the for Your Choice .

:;,nust folks don't like to find a taro} in their stew. brics. On the subject of washInJ and !Mrs Ethel Ransom using cars lor 1964.
machines Mrs. Dawsey
N yellow gladioli and Shrimp purpose of electing their off l- AL and NELL BRIDGES :
stressed the Importance of selecting
.. flowers and firrns. The dinner aUecutd and Installed were
y lum' does desirable not) aasur cycles.efficient Chron- W. n. Fugste. Jr. t>/ Fort was served (Very nicely by a President Mrs. Frances O. Peters ARCADIA OFFICE SUPPLIERS ;i
Sr.-Vice-presldent.
performance.The Ogden Is this week wnnounc- group or ladies with Mrs. Joe ; Mrs.
C Taylor and 3 rt. Albert Harvey Ona Sloan; Treasurer-secre I
w hostess served punch and Ing the engagement and approaching 130 W. Oak
St.
acting as cu-: halrm.... lacy Mrs. liable Johnson; WA 9-2841 ;
:: cookies which were enjoyed marriage of his They presented each man with Trustees Mrs. Clarlbel flood
... ..11.Woman's.
.. by daughter, Reba Diane t<. Cecil to small card with a ribbon and Mrt.'Veephln, :M..r. ',.81RI.
Riley Tatum sun of Mr. and verse, which was pinned on MIk.'thzWa. : \: thg14p I -,- 1FOII I

.Mrs. Cecil II. Tatum. Sr4 227 them at the door. s ttrtttatttnc, 'bincerl was lilrrl.Margett ,
Club The first on the program wasa +. FrBVnjftoV'ot *P 6.r tCharlotte )
W. Arcadia. '
Oak.
welcome song by Mrs Ethel :' Sid District':: lsidint
irw To Meet MondayThe .Miss. rugate attended school' llanaom and Niaa FlorenceCouahe.our. fch.; w..s'assistedby: JrtrslMadia .. t
at DeSoto High School aril Then the Arcadia Womans Club Avun Park high SchtwU She I 14, "Snow lrdaled .by. Mrs.. ta*' port hSrlott,* -AusJlfery.ch''of ,. 4.0
will meet Monday fur the regular a IfMU graduate of Charlott.tlush Richard Alkema sang state "th* rn.t.Ut''brt: d J
monthly meeting Mrs. School In PunUr GorUai ....I... honoring the folks from at'&tongrldutstortl\ Iaik1" -- I. l
Glenn Ebersule. president will Cecil Tatum attended West New York. Ohio Virginia In t ft*'wttrk tot th.. "Uxllliry. MrsFcfgleywtth '1

preside. Elementary School, and HiaUl diana and Mlchixan. This was past )prWkdVnrsFVompton. :i4 ..
One Would Have to Love to Fish& The Junior Woman's Club School In Arcadia. He .Is now followed by Mrs. Evan Frtedallgiving presented Mrs. Julia ,

"? The Harry L. Kerckhovc of Colon. Michigan haven will peasant their annual program employed. on the Henry Ranch) a reading and. Ada pIn;;..din froM'th\ kueat, member 't.OU" .
t spending the winter in Arcadia for several years. for the year, at which near Clewlaton. UUckstock sang "This O14House" .. '- '- -* r- CO."ITlca :

They live in the DeSoto Apt. and love Arcadia. All of Urn Mrs Franks QuU_"' ... The wedding will be at the Mr. Ben Beall gave a Refreshments' wt* ,* 'Jer'. ddOHtig' iiU:: :

his friends call the M later. Heinle and when one tries Jr. Club president., will give Church of God In Ft. OgUrn recitation with Ethel Ransom tft* social "nwarrvTfcemembers
the annual report to the sponsoring Sunday March 1, at 3 pun. and Florence Coufhenour ..IncIn. ofth:Barrfcrluf Wbtiiavltld' AtiNEsr
to.say Kerckhove, I certainly know why. lie Is full of ;
Club of the activities of All relative", and friends. sr. I -to 1
"Mr. BUck" A skit call** enjoy_,meeting the .'
and would not be bit a
fun. .a surprise if he doesn'tlord -
the Juniors during the past Invited to alUnd. The Lighthouse) Keepers visitors 'aa4 rrr.hmnts with bj"
it over some of his friends hack home because Club yesr.Th The couple will make their Daughter was put on by Minnie tae ladle. "*:>4 '(.1' a. % CeFeeW .
they, too do not spend the winters here. lie that a* It Juniors will present a hunt In Clewlslun. Schwobel. Edith Harvey. Th next. meeting Is Scheduled g aIIN'pW11

received a picture showing two of his fishingbuddies one-act light comedy plays Julia Grebta. Nera How Sod for Thursday, March 12. :_ r :
Harold Cupp and Phil>> I.-.h. sitting In corn- *Theyr* Notre of Them Perfecf. U........ Kramer, with Nettle tft'f \ 'C\ ;> = :24 -

fortable chairs, wearing' bathing suits fishing through written by Sophie! Kerr. Marsh doing the reading. Mrs.

holes I nth. I Ice and DISPLAYING fish. The note on Members of the cast will beMrs. Rook Club Met Varina Glover "then' gars a Atte+ d .thtt1 s \1P --
TeeS ills: Mrs. Jam* reading of MJerl>Pa-an! see**. .
Continued 3-A
w ( on page ) Uretbrry.. Mrs. John Christ.Mrs. ., With Mrs. Mrs. Faith B hn .... a '
.. Frd Forbes. Mrs. Charles musical treat CM her acc tdia.n. ItEOO; rol

NsSmlth- and Mrs.. Wayn Sanbom. captaining the song before. she *Among'th* tat It Wnt WttVes ;. Maderaperies

t Mrs. Charlie Whidoen. D. G. Barnett.TIM played It.. Mrs. Grc Harger attndiru' tfe*' ttanrT..tMtrga
program chairman assisted told an Interesting story afterwhich Powvtt "ttt.My'-aft*Mnfcott
.' with the directing and casting Arcadia Hauk Club nvel' the "Snow Birds' cam ',wersy. .... r.thrto *itHC. .
of Uw play.Hostess's Frtdsjr with Mrs. heck' and sang Reuben and *
IX O. IUrotU > Mrs yan 'Mt .ft af******.
to* the IS o'clock at her home, lOt W. Hickory Rachel. and "PrU SchwobersGoat" X.: r'ttrVrra. 'Ttf et' SMMr
coveted dish luncheon will beSirs. Street.Mrs. and the sntertainAent ssWrrlfr.VrWof
luhush4 very Thanday morning at u1.5oW.. a1'Iy FM r
J. aV Montgomery. C, fInished by the wholeVwrp Oauijb
'Oak Street., P.O. Dos: 'T X Arcadia. Florkta, S3SJI. Earl K.Nelberger. :. ". .....1. I'Ueegn. Mm ...*... P. Sandualt3's.. was ui.-few. Tor*; 'Mr.Larrr
.-ditar-puhlU>>rr; Marrarrt 0. Ncib<<....-. twislns .*t.<".*r.' .. Klah.SCOT In Ute aftrrnuuugant singuttf rats fron. vth. and riFab. latices Meager. d3P'se t
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Anna Miss i a (FitMt1.ws'5da.g at 'UIII"rUtW
manager. Entered U Secon.t Class Matter Ort 4>er 17.Itm Mia& Murphy, The hssless twisted. by her The feet elL the evening .was tJIr To Your OrderIn
at th* Post Office:at Arcadia. Florida under Act of ftusi Murphy, and M r.. wB irtb
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rite. Mart D. .-a"",. ...*>t, pet In denting aatd making .. fdlar "r+f
Congress of March F. I!1t.. Earl elb4qw..t -. I delmlow refreshments uI cbic- plans for the Map Year Party. )., lit Aenel'tMSala.. : ...,. Mr. Your

Member Florida Pi***,Association. National LiltertatAasoclatton \. ,* r ,tRunge ken salad;. a.au.... !rots andrWfee
International Conferenc. of Sale to ),,(n.. Edna: CtetVDes .<....- .,.. Aewe'X UtI Mn.:' Choice of Fabrics
i Weekly If.ws- Mrs,, C. P. SMtatuaky Mrs rClkm ''WM ... et.TlMeaFM: : ......
paper' Editors.. Sigma Delta. Chi. SdtLrtxkiy ," H. OsmitbeU. biro GOTITTR Marriage .Wss-asw-1 s %PWfc Jks V fr*BSmV.AstaMfcak fl cud. From Our Wide

f. Advertising ReprwrataUv.* Florida Press. Serrtr* L.4taer. Mrs. C. L. Osvena, Matt ..I.- INC rt.Mtvu 1. '''Ie";
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; Th. wiSNMmsjt4n th- Pteeby- Mrs.,, A. J. OtMfa-r. sir Mary etf4ir "tfc 'JIIIi. SelectionTk.
OalnesvlU, riorida; Ameticvn Newspaper ItrtirsssoUtrtr church wtt| hav. a It...... Brvwra, Miss MyrtW nrC. --., Licenses assfl Sfmm.. .SMI % .......ftr. iwisi.T ?
New Yuck New York; Atlanta, Georgia; DetrWt., MkMgssvSuhscriptloQ mate r Sass 'TBMOry March and Mr,, *. IX ItorUvt.Th 11..s.... and TMrWftamkesr.

Rsts > Peer tJW ftJU 'W.l.w.dae. .w MTa Out will an*** March A assert lag*' Ida.. .. was ..- an elf orwrla p sssi T......-- |
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TIlE ARCADIAN. Arcadia Florida. Thursday :March 5.. 1964 &'A J.


Garden ClubMembers Informal Coffee Williams ServesLenard In Navy Drill -t:Ia.a:: I
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CHIT CHATContinued For Miss Watson, The Avon Park C Williams, engine- demonstrate the ffecUvness.. ,::$.:.

Hear
man second class USN. son of of the United States Seventh
Miss Fannie Watson of Atlanta asw
Mr and Mrs Kirby IX Williams Fleet to rapidly move a signIflcent -* : ..
i c... was complimentedwith Diamond JubileeThe of Route 3, Arcadia. Is combat fore to a trou-i' M
New Techniques Informal coffee Fri- o
an
( from page 2-A) participating aboard the attack bled area In order to assist an '
afternoon by her sister-in- ,-
the' back of the picture read. 'We have never had a day carrier USS Bon Homme Richard 111
Arcadia Garden Club met at law. Mr. Harley Watson at ally.Prior
\\ Utter like this in Michigan before high in the 60's Avon Park Diamond day March 14th. In a coordinated U. S. to the assault alri t -5
her home 322 East Magnolia us-
,
twiav How is the sunshine state-does it get up in the Garden Center on Monday, Street. Jubilee .is underway LadiesIn The highlight of the Celebration Natfctnlist Chinese amphibious craft of the Seventh Fleet wilt -
March 2. at 3:00 p-m with bonnets and long dresses, exercise called "Operation soften beach defenses. In ad-
t 611 :t
of But will be ,
ever They course were kidding. we can Miss Watson formerly. livedIn week the nightly -
24 members and guests and bearded, sent are all around Backpack" being conducted off dition. support ships will conyduct ..
Ui pre- 4
them that it has been cold this winter and more Arcadia: and has man 7frl..nds performance of THE AVON Ir
town They membersof the coast of Talvan.Backpack anti-submarine warfare .
are
rant, than usual. Certainly not as warm as I like it to be.4n sent. Mrs. J. E. Montgomery of longstanding who the .IU""H bells and the PARK STORY on March 10- Is an exercise to exercises: and the area suet = .
"sure' that the home across the lake will not show President conducted business were delighted wtih the chancefor 11-12-13 at the Football stad t
Brothers of the Brush, and they test the amphibious capabilities rounding the beachhead will be l';
HP in the picture, but the Kerckhoxe two story large session. A report from the a visit. are already whooping it up In ium. A local: cast of over 35O and readiness of the forces cleared of any obstruction and I

house is waiting right there in the trees for their Board Meeting recommended The guests were invited tocall preparation for the City's 73th persons are rehearsing daily of the Seventh Fleet and mines. ,
between the hours of 3 :3O
summer tenants to return. that the club hold a Spaghetti : Anniversary Celebration Mar. the IS scenes and 8 dance: nu- the Nationalist Chinese Navy. Tackback" Is similar to
p.m. and 5.3O: p.m., and even 8 through the 14th. ben which will make up the The .. with those exercises conducted Ii
Hide Around Town and Enjoy the Pretty Flowers .Supper in March. Mrs. Harold though the weather was rainyand exercise over 4O.OOO per* :
Each day. riding up Oak Street. I enjoy lookingat Wilcox reported success with blistery thirty-five guest The Tater Hill Bluff Girls roa..KN.IuprQduCfii pageant men and 140 units participating .. lodically. by units of the Sev
the beautiful tree in the Youth Center lot.. of the Arcadia Woman. Club Advance tickets are available will culminate in an amphibious enth Fleet with SEATO and ot..,
dogwood weekly Rummage sales and requested remained for a long
came and the Sheriffs Posse, are all at a SO cent savings assault on beachesof her allied nations la the Far
The red bud was pretty for a while and is still pretty more articles be contri- visit and enjoyed the afternoon going to Avon Park to help through contestants In the Jubilee southern Taiwan and will east JI f

although the blossoms are all gone but the two treesare buted for these sales. Mrs. A. Immensely Even though out In the parade which will Queen Contest.. .---- -- .,.., I

all sprouted out with new growth and look good. P. Holloman reported that roof Miss Watson visits here frequently be held at 10:OO a m. on Satur- Contestants receive 1.000 -:
As I have said before it is hard to see the trees for the was finished on the patio, that she seldom remains votes for each coupon sold at I .n

forest, inthisc ase shrubbery of all kinds and descriptions .- cupboaras were installed in the long enough for a visit with si.00 and these coupons are

but the dogwood towers above and is very pretty. kitchen and ventilators placedon friend, so the honoree had the good for >1.SO ticket. The' ?
main roof. Mrs. Carl Mor- time of her life, a* did her Youth ActivitiesAt and the six Princesseswill po i2ztt ,
I personally do not care for white flowers .that is with Queen Qi Pll/ a.
row said she had made v.l..ntine friends.
receive valuable awards ..
the I have several.
of the Dogwood. bought
exception
corsages for the sick. The Mrs. David Freeman assisted Myakka Site lO-day cruise in I
including a
but so far. have never been able to get one to grow following were named on the the hostess In serving sand- the Caribbean a television set. THE MOST PERSONAL GIFT !

so' enjoy looking at the ones all over town that Nominating Committee: Mrs. wiche wedges of cake nut Youth Week activities: will beconducted and jewelry. The winners will I

are now at their peak. Think that most azaleas were Homer Welles, Mrs. Leila New- and coffee to more than 35 at Myakka City be revealed for the first time,

late blooming this year but they sure are now and some and Mrs. G. R. Gettin- guests. Methodist Church from Sunday at th Coronation Dance March FOR. EASTERFROM I

Very lovely. I do not know if the salmon color azalea r.Mrs. through March IS. according 7th.

plant at the A. L. Smith home on East Hickory, Is Lewis II. Alsmeyer of Surprise Party to Rev. L. W Colbert pastor A Religious .service: two parades w

the only one in town but I do know that it is, as always Sebring was introduced as Mrs. Carrie Russell was Sunday schoo heathers Miss a barbecue fashion I s..

very beauftiul. Ride down Hickory, and enjoy a discussed guest speaker her method Mrs.\ Alsmeyer of Hy- honored Wednesday evening Eddie Llndsey. Miss Delores show costume Tea Flower I
Water. Mrs\ James and Show, Shuffleboard tournament -
salmon azalea bouquet.Mr Feb. 28 with a surprise birth- Mbell.
droponic Gardening and dem- day party. Friends and neighbor Mrs. Brian Carlton are In Carnival rides, and midway !
ontrated most graphically' the gathered at her home charge of the week's activities. historical displays, and a,
planting of tomatoes. She fill- Master Craft
Studio
while she was attending church Beginning Sunday at S:SO rodeo event are some of theactivities J J'i
ed a five gallon can with wet .
to fill the
and upon her return all emerged p.m. the plans Include the planned

wood were shavings recommended.- or Six cypress from the darkened kitchen showing of movies and gamesor exciting week.In 122 W. Oak St. WA 9-3601
the meantime motorcadecaravans
(p and hallway singing "Happy recreation Monday services
young tomato plants were then
Birthday". will start at 7 p.m. with are planned' to visit i
in the A
placed can. liquid fertilizer
and street -- --- -
Mrs. Russell was completely' recreation and a talent show. surrounding areas \
a name wellknown to us
unaware of the big surprise On Tuesday a IS minute sermon dances Dress-Up Days, and
all. was poured in till it
ran but very happy to see the will precede a panel discussion. Kangaroo Kourt will provide
out the holes placed about beaming faces of her friend Wednesday the evening fun and entertainment eachw..k..ntI. Margaret's Beauty Salon
three inches from bottom of ,
The honor guest blew out the will begin with moviesand I
can. Every few days a quartor
candles on the cake, which was sports tournaments will Commemorative coins wooden 1
so of thia liquid will b* baked by Mrs. Thelma Bemlsa. follow. The sports will Incude nichols and other souvenirs Will IT
.and Mrs. Walter Schla- Mrs. !Maude Boring. He was on poured in. When the plants get horseshoes and Information are availableat Rc-opon 1
The cake was then cut and ping pong, volleyball ,
bach and Mr. and Mrs. Willard his way to Sarasota. bigger they will be culled out. served with hot coffee to the badminton chess, checkersand headquarters 3 South Lane e
leaving three. These will
plants
Wellman were among those be staked. Sun or semi-shade following: 101.... Russell and possibly Softball. Ave. Avon Park. Monday !
Mrs. Glenn Eberoole returned Rev. and Mrs. Thursday will feature a sermon -
that attended the GrangeYankee Is good for these plant When husband Myrl; March 9th
from Mul- Gordon Mia Gladys Rice and will be followed by
home Saturday Rice.
Picnic in Wauchula Satur- the weather is cold the cans "
dar. Around 450 members and berry where she had ben visiting can be moved to protected lo- Mrs. Sue Fender Mrs. Loren a debate the topic"to be "Why West ElementaryPTA at
Jlmml RAce to the Moon? '
Mrs. Hollings- :
J frttnds In attendance. Mrs. Jerry Tope
were er daughter cations. .... d
" Slaughter and family. They Mrs. Alsmeyer next demonstrated worth.Mrs. Ruby Mrs.Hendry.Ruby Mn.Hendry Mildred be The a carry-In-dlnner banquet on Friday and will will Will MeetWest 208 W. Hickory St. & '.... i
JVIiss Fannie Watson left the making of Compost '"
In Gainesville
several days -
r spent
and be concluded with recreation.The .
Mr.
Saturday for her home in Atlanta after passing around a sample Hollingsworth, Elementary School
of Mr. and Mrs.Billy
Ola., after spending the as Ebersole.guests Katie Slaughter of this product. She placed Mrs. Thomas Davis Mrs. Doris closing of Youth Week PTA will meet Wednesday afternoon 1 Block Wost off :

pust ten days here with her with her building block on the table to>> Breedlove, Mrs. Thelma Be will bring a favorite quartet. use.3a: J
returned home Lakelaad at 3-43: p.m. In the Foil:: Offlco
brother and sitter-in-law. Mr.\ and to spend hold contents to simllate a tealcompo.t miss. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Hall The Pathfinder of .,.
grandmother, plan
of Butler. Pa, Mr. and Mrs. for a Gospel sing to be held school cafeteria. A special. program :
and Mrs. Ilarley Watson. She until this weekend when her pUe. One sid wasleft ......... ""
Is planned.) .
and Mrs. LouiseStevens Also the Wingsof being
H. M. King, on Saturday.
here to attend the wedding
was mother will come down for open for placing shovel to All urged to at.tend. WA'-1. S1 s
of her niece. Elizabeth her. remove compost. She placed lathe of Parkersburg, W. Praise quartet will take.partIn parents are 'rJ

Watson to James Miller on area cut-up 1'UOts. oak V*. the program. .. .. . _. ,.
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Feb. 22. Mn. Ivan Mlllett of Ravens, Ives. fruit and vegetable "' ,J JJ

N. Y. Mrs. Fred Turner' and peels' egg shells foliage from "UIHIO 19M ...01
Mr and Mrs. John Murphy, :'tr.. Ted Fryor of Coxsaehie. a finished flower arrangemen, ARE HIADQUARTIIS IN FLORIDA FOR ...
spent Sunday visiting with New' York were called to>> ArcadJa and a plant culled from bet .
cIi .
Mr* Murphy's .sister-in-law late Wednesday night garden. She advised '....... I 1 B ad.c JUVENILE FURNITURESave 'ot.,
g ar .....
Mrs C. M. Murrlll. In Plant because of the death of their weed that might have seeds. .

City. They attended the brother. Martin PowelL Mr. Over this pile she sprinkleo an Y. ir faby. Furniture New ,...
Springhead Baptist Church at Fryor cam with them and ammonia nitrate then mon .
a 1 During this Or..t J,,"".* fetal'
the morning service. they all left Monday morning just ordinary garbage. On thl ? i .
Jew their homes. came more sprinkles, dolomite k' Ie..t. hew li.....Meal. Menus J'I is

Mr. and Mrs.\ George Stone- lime this time 'to cover oden Y .THAYER '....
braker went to Lake Placid Major itenry'A'esnrtfved and discourage- Injects. Compost __jlI : j -t''
Monday morning to visit with --s-- .PORT A-CRSB: '
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Thursday for a few days visit should b* watered occasionally ,.r. !

Mrs. J. E. Crowley, and she with his parent Mr. and Mrs. during dry spells,, I .PETERSON i .;;
wus not at home. They went Henry Avant.. Sr. Mrs.' Avant the pile should not be covered -cz:7e 4
un over to the city of Lake and Brenda arrived after Mulch waa next considered. : Far tIM New Anlyaiv Sc. .CASS ,

Placid looking over the beau- school: on Friday for U e week- Mulch 1s very necessary toconserve -- A4 Mee v ....W.*...* lieoe* t k 4ft V

tiful orange groves, had lunchat end with her mother, airs. Russell moisture and dls a-di0oM ffcf last .
the tower came on home. Garner and they all returned courage weed Old hay mat > HfLDS' PIANOS i I 3I
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and ran into Mrs Crowley at to Orlando together on pine needle straw were recom f &( i

the grocery store. Sunday afternoon. mended. Oak 1 leaves are fin fo e IIIIYCONIOti

most plants; If used on rose, &M&f" I Wllll f.arll
Mrs. Avenelle Mevert left Wayne Terry of Oneeo spent a soil sweetener must be ap .. .

Thursday for her home in Tor- from Tuesday until Sunday of plied. Sawdust I Ia a poor mulch f *** *f,* rence Calif., following a two last week as guest of Mr. and because It rob plants of nitro r -..-.,.... law hew '. seem Nor
month visit here with her slater JoI..... Henry Avant. Mrs Terry gen. 14... Is not good. It will e ...... ...... NaM..
Mrs. B. T. Conoley, Mr. THAYIR SAY CIII M'i
Bill. Mary France Marsha not disintegrate. S f'
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relatives. Another sister the young people to attend es and coffee were served by I. .; '.' THAYIR MATTIISS
Mrs. B. C. Oberst of Tampa the District Youth Rally at hostesses Mrs. Jim Bennett '. "Io" C tII ._.. .t I'" (0..10&. i
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Methodist Saturday .
Mr and Mrs. Coney carried Trinity Church: ,. ,. ....... .... '........ ..... "'M : \
night spent until Sun Browder. Mn. IL L. Johnson, :. c-- c_ .-..... .....
her home when thy carried day afternoon with ),I.... Ter- Mrs. Victor Ceerhart.. Mr.. J. u ... ... .tsui/ew ..-- .... t'Ja w/ (..... wrM IaM.
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Mrs. Mevert to the airport. ry's parents, th* Henry Avanls H. Coker and JoI... J. E. Montgomery l-t e l .wtwe la..d M ast rMdd ... ..--
and returned horn with Mr. with e a-wr.me.u t19" M't
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Morgan Terry Sunday afternoon.Mrs. C."V -.. teas .tt --.
spent Thursday and Friday in .tsar ..... I-bo.d
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Miami. They returned home by '
Chick\ Hall of FtMy- / ...... taa. W ...
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ner with Mr. and Mrs. Gus with her ......... Mr, and Mrs. :: :" :
Porter of Arlington alias, who Henry Avant.Henchell With Mrs. FisherThe .. : : .
were spending their vacation 3 cab. $2995 .-.. ad11a..
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there The Porter skipped N. Sorrells of Lake
their annual visit in Arcadia Alfred was a business visitorIn of Ft. Ogden met Wed v orty, $2495 ..

a* guests of the Morgan's- this Arcadia Tuesday. .....sa)". Feb. 2.. .t .he homeof $3 DOWH u -' .

year. Mrs. Lena Fisher for th* Mt154ONs

...... Ale. ** Wheeler. and Miss regular.. monthly jousting iMyee t OIDA.IOIIA ::
and Mrs. A. V. Fenando .e:= : : .' t
Dr. Sharon Forehand sled 1 is.weekend In the absence of the president. } i'I 1TROUWJ 9:37F .
left Monday for their home laLadjrimlth. lit Key West with Mrs. Madeline IfaydenMr WAID.1.K I ,...,. ** 1

Wise, following a Mrs. *. Minnie Bamwell conducted
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week visit her with her par Jerry Parker Mr. Parker and the bu. wee _Un" S3"s 5. t... leas v N'M

..n'". Mr. and Mrs. William family. They carried Mr. and The new officers for the New M6I .r4 iw a.r .r.a..e aF .p j \

TofUwsa. Mr. and Mrs. Ham Mrs. Al Bridge a. far as Miami Year were D n aated. N". N"INNa1. ;at ** : r :
Strop also of Ladysmlth.. spent and Ute weekend A bountiful pot luck dlavner Al>ios ':'
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the week here at a motel. with hi* mother. ....... Anna was served at noon, fot fr ee ) ..sa e1 ::..-::..-,='$13.88 OHiBltoacM: ) *ye 1rNt'.rw 1 f N'k N't

R. rtd.... lowed by the afternoon pro $A95. .*. .e. -*.... *.es ..... ..< *.. *+ttst p.esaetl navtltNtan.
Mrs. Dorothy Hutchina. of Ft. gram. Mrs. WlUy Noised reed O*er ftof. T*..e ,. $11.88 d .. w.M .'m.. 1]11.11 Mfit,+/ .1

Myers spent the weekend a* M/ W. A. Y aeNt. at ..- a leaflet. on the eerrtaam cherry .WT ,*-*',.. $2... *>
guest of Mrs Bruce Davis. bring General Consultant forth that we very .Interesting ;
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State Based .4 PublM Instruction Mrs PeateU. Dewey MrasgM F r I I CMfLDS 3 pc. DIN TTE CMUT flATrOtM ROOUt 1

IL r Carter .f Waco.' Te&. .. conducted Are bu- a film strip on (fabric and I .\ t, .-. ... ....... .. -
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Mrs. din layman lie of IbM ____ Attending. were Mrs. Dewaey. -. j P;'J ',1 t ers -.::: ;
la Manager. of the Lone Star Mrs.. Grace L ngo*. Mrs. "':
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Chemical C_....... Sunday.Mr Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sturkey Vera 1OpI_. MX*. DoreUiy Misers ........ s F. j
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and Mrs. Ilayma) and left MesMUy. for .,....... N.Dekeesh Mr. Aloe Nets.... Mrs .aN. .. .. I.i n
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west Mr Carter. ws>t I. .. get UMJ affair. .....u. Cellana. Mrs OeraldiatelUx. .v "'

lUinrs City fee th*> day auadvtMle4 settled' so that. they CM return Mrs Co Ml* SC Laws i, ,"c.J

with Mr.. Haymaaamother. to Arcadia to Jaw, reedy. *. Mr*. Winy H....., Mr*. MeUnda 1M r \
Mrs. N. A. Belch r ORT A aR}
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build a stew i BUS e ess Bats Olagerlck. Mrs Tkilni / s atwrw f"i I' r
J....... Avenue.. y_..... Mrs. Aasutf StseattjreMgkMr ta err r,. tr.re IN.ew.COM1iAitON II 2f ,. ;.
Mr and Mn., V. M. Bykee. *. Cthertaw Mslhnaai, Mrs 1 HKHAUi .
t :1 31 g/a.Ae, .. .. Lev .rw A Frees t.
and son. Verne Maine. Jr. Wiili Maters Mn. Let orators -..-. .... I
.f Braoeatosi. were tnirtaia Elks Mn. aTkititn HIMea. afnfleAew .nr *13 ales.. .... w = '2495 r i.

visitors la Arcadia SatufthasvChart Anniversary k lltn liia., Mn. ..... 2 CNAln -

Scheduled .** >*ani p.av, Mrs Latch I
*.* Whfcfcleai. ,. flew toem Party Sheets ...... Lesui. tails, Mmf .

T. Spe! Is TaUaftaawe MserfayMr .AA .nwt.wwy p.tIfI wQM > asl. a..ra ..a. ...... Clair Store
a a Prsle.siswal. C.errlltaa ....'d .......y. Man 14., t.. x..... ...... Des AUrrM.Mn. Arcadia Music- Furniture r pi'r I -11

for w State Bard ., tetasstaa b u- Aeradla lash Iadg. Gladys Jtlm.e. ...... BUJfe ***-

144, aawdag tto a rq.rt W1JI<8a. mad dUMrea VIke *-
bin Ledge aeeretary VergU aWe ... JUrky Dee. 23 W. OAK KTKEKT> PoUt's WA"12111
asttf" Mrs.. FlaaH Rita. .*.. farst7h.

saa, vest .. u >?wa.a.ed" partyy eased fa au
Toe lay aad will ttsil wttfabts and tsar laa..*. win ..>. asS Mn. JisUaai Kerr acid Miss ASSOCIATE STORE FOR

.as tank hti+7.Clsrd. *... sod enaejer will k. seesaw 7ar.s.e Cergts.r ..-. ,
tasjta a BXSJS. TTearMg wtna May t. :aaa/a.d elating ,

liortiMl. Jr. eJ6 Wea'tae4 Mpg 9 s>... Th *..are *.- w.Ji Mn. 3. ........, tk<* ,Cramer :

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irk; ya JIM YARBROUGH JOE. WALDRON" ,, Ft. Meade ....__....180 '. 44
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TIlE ARCADIAN ) farch 5. 1964 6AtlnN :
.. Arcadia, Florida Thursday,
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j ; rt GeneralHospital Planned For DeSoto Nurses iA } ;

0 Special Conference on live Vice Presidents! of the t
Cane 'r "I..nned l for Nurses liv- Florida Division of the Amer-
IK 'S....ITAL. AOMISSUNSV lUll in Collier. Lalleiuiry.;: can Cancer Sot_ty. Tampa will
% c k of Febtwary ..tr Charlotte. GLues<<. UoSolp un 4 dinruu. "Thj American Cancer
"ma Lee Morgan. Daniel inroad lountu will bcf conducted Society and the Nurse." .1
+ .f 1.1 'd. (."'.1''..*' 1J.1I". Urr at the First MethooistChurch. After'e summary and evalu.t
1 t yi+ k t .ta Dav l. Jnws I'rmMlo. : Furl My .rs, Vveutiduy. "**- tlon of: the day's program by ff
x i.t i h'\ IXmbur. Claudln Scarfcr March It. U64.; Registration Mrs\ Marjoric\ Hrewstcr. R N. I
t .>u; h, Frances Crbll. Florc \ wul start ut U:3Q: u.in. Invttrftioiui and Mrs. ClarA Ogle, R N the
ore extended 1 to re- conference will adjourn at 3
C d ':: : L i.\ia, Charles DUntoii.
_, 1:'4 LiacUey, Mary L.o u gist rect iuir ra. licensed' prnctiml pin. _.
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iiursos The theme of the ,
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cti Hualiing. Maha! n.-Una will be "The Nu.rs.al: PAINFUL COR S?/

t .. Robert I" lx .. Hulo iu. l Providing Continuity
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m. he ..it.c .1, tiubby lluinilloit. Paul Crisis''; 1\111'.1 late i Hnowits.H CLEANINGand
.. .-...1h John \V Urow '. .N. umlunl< titan, CuOe, a oil
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Edna lilnfcun. bn'.iy Tiplon. tiim anal u qucitlou and ans- t REPAIRING
xd Ruuy heater (Itoaa Ikitc. Mi- wcr period by Joa.'ph U. Soli ll
&lIILooth Uiuwn. <.ft>rii." Manh.ttnif.M den l Jr., M. D. Fort Mycr.j
!; 1.--C MurKon biul. UuUy, Pius Marolluwina.
\u t.n .ifu t.ibu. Muritty Iktitoii. the lun v Mary MnnsfivUI Ottu Itur- cos, at 1: I 15 ,p.m., there will b' WORK ,
4i w 'k, t.d".e ...."..r......, Thum.w, u ptru.1: d.u..I"1on I. MPri- |
i Simpaon Muriel' ".wtr.,". (I'aul- iltug! Continuity' of Care) for,,
ins Kuohlng: lh)aa'ut. Kmollnnal: \ And Sftlr-j;
Lets MiMicri. Norm. t.itul. ttiiul NcciU of ha I Cancer l Pu-, Pick Up and Delivery

.rv scy. \Vmie Kriv.a, Krruuthfii.onc II.nt". Panel member will Inrluoc .
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r.ti SSw Dinxrl.. Strickland. \ Moderator. Miss Iris i iKnowUm : MEYERRADIATOR
-w.IM.- ;, Charles IXitf Charles llluntoil. R N., phy.icUn.i
Tiiiiiny Tlnalcy, Mantis| Joseph K, lst l y. Jr.. M. D.; SERVICE
55r 'r-5 SS 4Sr Davis. lucy Slmp t n. Fl..r<* hunpii.il" nurse, Mrs. VI.-cb.1| < PHONE WA9-1341: j
7s'p Ntathla," Lcnj field Michael 1Yalkar. U N.; public health
Lane Mary\ Durn n ''. Florence nurse, Mr*. Grate 1 Bleak Nigh .f .t
Latvia, Lola Duukhtrcy, R.N; ,,1.r.mMn. timladJlr"1. Oak Ridge Cemetery'
Dr Robert Ilcvls, IK vld Albrittoii signor Jns ph .
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At 2: 43 p.m. John C..rhnn.1
UJnTIlS Assistant to the Cxecu-:
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: ALL, STATES DAY:-At Trinity Methodist Church on Sunday, months and return to the north during the summer for a short Morgan girl Linda Faye Mor M. E. Bellflower

I February 23, brought this many folks to the services. Rev. Raymond acation. AH States Day {is an annual rt-cotfnUIon day at Trinity gan.Mr.. and Mrs. Donald Jack-

Hayes is shown in the left foreground. Many of the peoplein when the church leta these folks know how much nati\e Arcadianit eon Cant boy, Michael Allen On Enterprise OR OVER?
this picture' make their homes in Arcadia during the winter enjoy having them*-(Arcadian Photo) Oant. '

Morris C, Hell flower, hospital \

e JohnsonOn corpsman second claaa1, USN w. Have Putt Infermatlen On
I News From Nocatee Plans Easy VotcreRegistration White EnlistsIn Roger son of Claude H .Itellflower ofNocatee. CXJNTINKNTAI.; :

Fa.. 1.I serving' aboard CASUALTY COMPANY'SGOLDEN
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By ,DIANE MONTGOMERY Michael Allen born In Arcadia milled by the nominating com 65
Friends are dellifhtted to General. Mrs. Gant Is the mittee. The club also voted Alfred 10. GAINESVILLE: (Special alrrraft carrier U&S Enterprise:
learn Mrs. Louis Felton Is former Linda White' and Mr. to help with the booth at the Co. Residents White son Roger S. Johnson of Nocatee., operating out of Norfolk Va, IIBAI/rtl INSURANCE
showing some degrees of im Gant is employed by Wood' spring festival that is scheduled of Mr. and Mrs. Lomo W lt.. has been placed' on the dean Enterprise departed Feb. I'KOCIKAM
provement. She continues In Grocery as meat-cutter. for the first week In Aprilby Cline Ilsyman Supervisor of itox 7B3. Route I I. Arcadia, Hat of the University College at for her third tour of duty with e N. aKyslval I'' eases
serious condition a t Tampa Mr. and Mr. Grover Holland the Nocatee PTA. Th. hostess Registration for DeSoto County Florida, enlisted Feb. It |'n the the University of Florida. It the Sixth Fleet In the Medlter. N. health .."..'1.".
General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Kcl- assisted by her mother. United States Army at Coral was enetounred today. ratteen are*. fence her commissioning eryae4y' ........
I I. anxious to have
Rev. 'and Mrs. Tom E. Ca- sey. and Rev Tom Capell were Mrs. O. U. Water, served refreshment very Gables. The announcement came from in Nov. IM1 Enterprise : lie te fl'..000 l le ......... tea
everyone In the county who has logged than bi th I........."% ., .Kaeeltalesa.naea
pen and Mary Elizabeth motored In Tampa Wednesday of last to alit members one Recruiter Sergeant first Dr llyron S. H"Utnh" ad. dean more
to Tampa Saturday to week. visitor and Mrs. I'ustelle\ Daw- la eligible register.llayuun.is Clara Donald W. Sandatalt said of the college. 140.000 rnlle In the Atlantic Enrollment Ends: April IS
pick 'up Mr., reJton who has The Norwte )Hoqie Demonstration sty t in his office on the former DeSota high School! Johnson was among the top Caribbean and Mediterraneanwater .
been released from the hospitaland dub 'met tVedensday ,*,'.* :* "' #** the .<&ondVloor of the CourtHouse student will take hIS basic five per rent of student with- During this period she Smith t" I
has been recuperating at afternoon In the home .:/ Mrs. In Arcadia each day I'Umbtat training at Fort Jackson In the college with a recordof haa not been refueled. Rupert
the home of Mr. and )Jr.. Virginia McCalL P.C.A. Elects Monday thru Friday from S. C.. then choose an Army excellent acedemto' perform- The ship will visit several
Richard Smith. Mr. .'Velton U Curing the business session -13 and 1:30: to 4.30;: and on carver' In which he will receive aftC'e fur the fall trimester.' port on the shore" of the. Agency

at home now. the club approved the slate of Saturday till noon. e...*..*,,,. Irainlnx.Information He I.* the on of Mr, and Mrs. mediterranean during her. tour l' .. Oe>... Ave. S
The students of Nocatee officers for next year as sub- New Directors, Disabled. persona who are about your future Harold 8. Johnaon Nocatee' of dupy.wllh, the, Sixth Fleet. WA ..111t WA .....,
Junior High spent most of last eligible can be registered in 'In the United State Army I,1---- +

Friday planting trees on the Holds BanquetThe their homes. All they need do may .be obtained. on the first
school grounds.Mrs. Sec. Tom AdamsIs U. call the ReglatraA at WA 8- and third Tuesdays each '1
rills! McCall has been of director :Z3II during office hour and month, when Sergeant Sand-I I
head of the Red Cross drive for CandidateFor reelection two layman will be happy to makean sleds visits. the Selective Sec. I
this community. *, the announcement of the appointment for the pur.Poe. vie. Hoard In Arrsdia. At .,-
Mr. David Jones has been ReelectionTallahassee moat successful year In history her timed he may baby reached
confined with the flu. and the serving of more than llayman al.o mentioned a dialing' EDison 7-0031 II collect <
.Mr.; and Mrs. Thos. Waters (Special) --Secretary :3OO T-bone steak dinners highlighted little known fact: If your fist In Tort Myers. GENERAL | > ELECTRIC
of Ft. Lauderdale were visitors of State Tom Adam birthday cornea before the primary
ot'Mr. and Mrs. U. 1). Waters has formally qualified as acandidate the annual stockholders on May 5th but after
Sunday. for re-election in the meeting of the llradrnton the registration books close on I
The Women's Society of May Democratic primaries.. Production Credit Association. April 4th you may' register' COLD SUFFERERS: AU TOM AT fc WASHERS
Christian Service held Its filed' baa formal papers on Feb. J. Wesley Davia and U. O. anytime .between March 4&b \
monthly meeting at the homeof 18. opening day of qualifyingfor Click were unanimously reelected and April 4th.Ilaym.n !
Mrs. Doug Ingram Monday the eltction. aa director: for three said that he will be Get .f._.. _relief_ox! fceliim ff.. Aalover. .eW .M..voU...lL. GIVE YOU ALL THESE FEATURES

night. "Service to others Is thehighest year terms at the meeting In Noratee March llth and FX+ I
NIlACK"u.
Mrs. J. D. McCormick attended Thursday morning.' Other ST >
e IUn.. Adams said In Ogden March. 11th to register: .' reducesfever ;
a post 01 rice meeting hi 1 I. qualifying announcement member of the Hoard of Director residents In thoee areas. .He I csllft soil> kf es)'U legreuivats. .oe Innrelle'/ BIG 12 IB. CAPACITY
In Fort Myers on Wednesday.Mrs. are Robert t- tOarrUon.
and I would like to take this will either arranjre to visit theoutlaying hoe. skews dew socold. ,
Liar a.a gargle cote (
loin t:. Capell was a prid.n.John ... Turner of
oportunity to express my d"1).pprcriattc.n preclncta or .have a ..tarp bait ..Ml IT AN BACK. Femlly-algeet week leW*, te 121
wp f
business visitor. in Avon I"k to the people of DrSoto County, vice) president .
repre ent itv visit Sheet" to '
on Thursday. Florida for the prrvilrge of and R. J Taylor Jr, director sod. -- pe4t.a4. af .try .Iet....* .,. teaeM .lea

The Men's Club of the Methodj serving. them since Jan X. 1941 Turner waa asked to give a asalat -w-:!h the -regi-tsslion- --- -. ---- .-- -- -. -- .l,.We .........! eitly)' ..e1 liter
t Church held ill reguiermonthly .in this stale's second hlghatconstitutional report on Beef Cattle ranching ....hir. ....*.. A.er.p..d) .ie>.ll
meeting Monuay office." From the area 29 cattlemenwere r ...4. ate |.... Bee1 ...eHy well.FILTERFLO. .
night at the Aocxiee\ MeiawatetCnurch. In requesting the people to present and In general .
renew the mandate for service. agreed that even though this
Roger Johnson w a. home Adam called" attention to "myrecord has been a bad winter for theindustry
from the Ucuv..r.tty of. F.urtdrecently I
In off**. noting thatthe the future kooks very
Hue I I. lfc. ....... ,... .
tie suilered aa at- aeliomr.. of the pt are height Other reports heard r Iy.
tact 04 flu wbile here. perhaps the most accurateyardvtick were on dairy. ., citrus, vegetable ,..... ..le.ii. one? p.........*)* !
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley McLain for determining the end for the first" tune. ....," ree.rtog ..... ..... ett4I

spent the weekend In SU i'.- performance tn th> future. sugar raae.IEFORE .t.
t<<'Ibu,a with their son.. |, -.----- % ..... sne.feteryenr, .
The Nocatee iUpUst Church
will have cottage prayer meet* J: I I : S WAIEISAVEI

logs In the commuJMly. Tues ,, ,
ojy evening at 7.SO at the'' a.- ..a For Y. r,
foUowlag born., Mr and Mrs. Easy .. Set .....1 :.....e. ,., ...1..

Harold Johnson' Mr and Mrs. e W' + N 1.t.. .... ... pears
Allan Mo ct. Mrs. J J Ed.aids,, ll ...... ef wet_ .fc* ...hawtg .
Safe For Yew
Mr. and Mr'*. McOowan.* Furniture .MII pr..l4.d te .9*.. .sad

Mr. aaa Mrs. Jane Broome and ,j ", we- air eSif l.f w.*li ..d Hue*.
OA Thursday at Mr. and Mn. yen travel trt w
Jonn 5&'""" Mr and Mr.. i Prompt efficient.& r spuni bj.! Oldest ncJeu'' ) ..'h.1, Ac-- gives. 3 ....

Brewer LMr+ty, Mr fttotiet and Mrs Mr.J_I I.!Rtcliff. **.-! write for yosr free f warrhouM agency ./tetn help'' you her and at wcr uwoes a wesh.iat. atli. ,

sad Sr. add Mrs Calvin 5 .as .,, Spla. ......* plsttHp I
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J TRAVELGUIDE Ii jour new horn. Mayflower "MCn'd'' .-non.'rid..pecu" .... m eri
S&rpIwn& I I ...,. .....

The Revival. at the Meratee -; your pne.atalon Handle/ them Se fet* Sre4/... e tlee' )11..... I
Baptist Church will be***) Sua- !
day sad nmtlmie e.efc -.nj.g _rat. No tAHtrate' everything' carrfuH/ I swJ. .. M ...***.* ," \
7.ML Res. ..-.. WA ....* .L
William tnreuglk FriOay!&rlf. pater at .. U eSenrthsirie Trawl 0. Ceseen eel J and Jccla..d! .maids. t,... from weather. Oltlrct. WATfJI TIMPIATURE CONTBOCWATIA !

BapC
deetms will. Milo. UM ...-w..j'| re lf each ew.-c. f Nehe1 M td.. i Y'ey..e..r' an points In UJL or CatnaVia.. f:.tJmatio* .s-r 'NN. .,..... 1.. -.c. ........." I
There said toe a PTA .a.et' .._ .1 ::::I.
,4a girrn without eharr wall ..Ned N W--. M ......v
a' the .. harts. 71a.wwy, t
Glees.es Iells.f.e11sl ..4Authoflzed ..." M 4h ............ 1M ==.I .I Svi..aawrar- -
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Marc 4, at T=_ pakRev. ef I.wsr doe asasr 1.5.1. sand to sail< i r i j > ir,
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1a..ti.J.r.p.wdN Ci'j-n* M.se 'T1WN..c-.a. ..
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Tee add Geese M e.1c r M yreyer .a.wn1 fe. tw.w..
I'\ata One.sis, wen the drover;i Maas e! Ceea Mean MaeefaertW free dcc flag ,..a4t <*e.f4>. I'*'' *.vl.>>..
de.CORESS .
anevte. vekaMT Coif C.
rauaaLes
gweeta .< Her sad> Mrs. Tar Agent
f. CapetS ad amity limnrtsy i --

Kmtatre ..... Parole face 1 j tIs MOTOR HOTELS 'vice River Musk Furniture Stere

a-.rate toast fifer. .... ..a....
1674 Merldlon Avenue .. AUvMf ft St4Hif
tag a f.ek. Mite. xverys.. Yl.eIted
le ...aas m awd e.y a Mlonl Beach 37, Florida i .. Cae4 0.. WA ..UelAe..ai.
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DIAL WA 8-8501 TO JHACE CLASSIFIED AD i
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.t-. THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida. Thursday March 6, 1964. -

SERVING' THE HUB OP. SOUTH CENTRAL, .FLORIDA --.. I __ --- ..". .---.... -. LLEGAL-.- .. _..:..:: ........
207-fO) W. Oak St. Arcadia Plerlda' MISCELLANEOUS'FOR U J: ---- -

PHONES WA 0-BS01 OR WA ...5t1dasnirivd SALE LOSTLOSTKey j tbAl: e' t' i -- -,, _._NOTICE r. I
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ring and keys. R.
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: 6 vents per word. Minimum chatgo $1.00. SAL. now 1 INVITATION FO. SIDf.MOuJtno
OR Brand 3Oa 210' 8 Brevard Av. .
,t'lrn0 ... NOTICES The Awtnorrry of C.fv of i
Display Advertising In classified section 31.26 per libra, 15 shot Army atyl. South rca rapartmenL 1.00 Arcade. rWida. wtu roc_. bid ft

column Inch. Minimum size accented-on. Inch. tuUimatlc rifle 7777. Also reward. .JAri; Carn ctU; J 22-p 1 .1 thedVq... j and of oppurtonanc aH notarial*'* for labor ttwfraflctT'rLA .

,lectrenlc Dog Trainer (ur ...............- -I.1I II .. .
AU classified cads with order! unless Advertiser hock collar). Perfect for 1 INcoME' I IN VHS r.u.1r: COUNTY I *i: conti.fina 55-1 A"B ef wanryO. ArroerPi'Ffcr : i)

ha> establisned account with Th Arcadian reaklng your dog from bad RETURNS' /0001. 015010"O.A'. flOal0A. aVo 4n0 whit anal. Commuruty. A<* '
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\ I tlrHbtratlart and Mamtonanca Buildr ,
ISTATf -
Wednesday. 9-OO a.m. ,a bits. Tlnsley's reed Store 22 :It4 at;! pP: ( i., InclurMna .ito '
Deadline for Classified Ads O11INC6A1g I :
NitL.i cOo.nM'TO :
outh Orange Arcadia. WA 9- Cl[fsliltb olfttAr M jrnpro on>on work, "01.00--P. M..
...J---c: - ---- S ST, on Morcn Jl I. l 1964, at
Cla* in.-d set In eight point type. Average 48 words '. 1 S-tIer Atl CIUftlTOIIt AND .USON" tn... C.wneH Oombor, City Hall.
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NAVINfl ClAIMl OB OfMAMO ArdU' Florida' ..r.JPlace
-- -- --- ---- anieS Pone
per Inch. TAX 8ERVICBPublle -' : AOAIHJT SAID STATIi I .h' bid. ota publicly, 'opened
HELP WANTEDONE You and oacti at you aro hereto i, and rood aoua\
box number charge 25 cents extra. If replies to ,Beokkeeplna. /'noahed and roquvod to pent an* P opt aa form* of Contract Dacwinonr. .
claim end aVmamta wh.crt tau or I t
, be mailed 60 cents. I OF Americas largest I I DOROTHY*WOKRNCRWA ..._ af may hove aaaimt tnomlate *. rncluaina aro an flla,plan at tno and attic oacificotien *'of:-
217 hath,/ ,
i Card of Thanks charged at classified rates.R .. piano firms hat beautiful : ; Of*.'**.Closed- _, ft...odI County M. O'DIaM..d.to tHo County; I';T-J0"0., FIO..do' Author.r, so !17* ."::. C.ry.SoroMfo Hkkay. of R. 1 tt.; WILLIAMS Ii DOrY'LE CARLTON
xa.i DoSoto County. Florida at ,
:ontemporary model spinetonsole. I Yoe;gay, >*.M! :Thursday! .1wd0.t In tn* cootef. .nldCounty I r ":.:-t'1":can.. b.oy.b$1o .i '
J : Fully guaranteed We at Arcadia" Florida, wrrnM and P. O. ao. 2091. i Carlton. '
confident this value cannotbe S..e 'l.ndnont.s from tne fImo :. 1101100.m Y'J OpposeWilliams
are i i .D inA / of thi not* .
---------- b: j 'Two o test tMiolicatiart CODIO* af documant* may ba .
L ESTATE FOR RENT duplicated. Total balance financing ------------ court af oocr claim or tJomoml od up to a limit af two ((2) ebto..1. ti '1 > _
F e
for reeponslbe family.To Moll be In vrttina and hull ctata af Sitpy Oo tar*, ($*O OO>
II I .... ploca ef rmcivnco end tMMfofflea =t ta Tfta Houing I '
FOR SALE Unrurnlsh.d. see locally without obligation I I R. H. WOOD oadtoM af tha claimant and atoll City o' Arcadia. Frarida.Awtnority from Sn I For Senate

FOR RENT write. Home Office, Jop.In TAX. be meanly Ward C laMnant hi'* aoontr AreMtoct. for ooctt *r>t M obtainod
INCOME "
accompanied by aMine
FOR SALE-Two houses. El- house. Phone WA 9-1082. Piano Co.. Joplln Missouri.i and'ACCOUNTING f_ at ana dollar' and such Omoral SucH dopant Contractor well be or rofundod,rocaanlxod,ta oocn an I I I 6
dorado Section. One three 3tfc i claim or aomend not .a fled droll cuiaririoa r.tur...
23-p 62i N. Lee Ave. ** plans and ogoncy WMCificotiono upon and otnnr'af Doyle Carlton Jr. runner- 1954. He Is a native of Tampa .
bedroom One two --- -- waleacts
$4,8OOOO. I : M. ODIAMA foeumnt. In condition wltnin" up in the I960 Governor's race and the University of Florida. .
Call WA S.3743 _
bedroom shell with wiring. Nice FOR RENT-3 bedroom, clean MAN WANTED to manage and oiocwtar. of tr.. Lest. Will Sell (IIO day := bid apotMncj for I announced today that he Will a graduate. of Plant High school
For AppointmentCIAMIMIO and Tortamont af Nollia M. .
corner lot. 91.9OO. Will finance. unfurnished house With dou- operate a retail Watkins "" 0-Olam, oat........ Ion aeh. -sot-o.*. af docummt Sixty, Dollar In OHCOM rodh.af. seek his old post as State Sen- and a member of an old pioneer

l' Call Mr. Chapman. Tampa 628- ble garage and utility room. On Route In this area. (Would consider -I I --::- -DftPtATtee An Wllliaa. try W.for OSehonp f_'. I required.lore. ($60O01 plug..t thaw ewer of Si.Ot Dol. ator in the 27th Senatorial. family to this section. of
reproduction
1118. 22-23-p nice lot in Villa Rica Park on lady 40 to 60 years old.) -- Arcedse Iordo! -... Sub-cgntroctor. motor.mme,i District which includes DeSoto. Jl' ridAi. His father, Doyle Carl-
East Maple St. Available now. Earnings of $123 week from P.0. ..,.27. Mar 3-12, leer and .ynJo,* muy obtain. dacumant
FOR SALE-Brand new JO cal. Call Mrs. A. C. Polk Sr., WA per I -.-... of Soty 0011 -'. .._ Hardee and Glades Counties. ton. Sr. an attorney servedone
the very beginning. For personal S/TIIRNI. ..
TAX Stary OMIar *
2JJ"22.? pr for Incumbent Dick Williams term as Governor.
lb.. IS shot Army style au-
84001. 23tfcRENTNlc.'Y in home ..... Ch. AS.
Interview .
I tomatic rifle. $17.77. Tinsley' your Ii ..,.Ail.- "- THE couer of tMt COUNTY shall rel..ao, tKoroportr ef JUTToTS announced earlier In the month In hi announcement Carleton

I reed Store S. Orange at W. FOR furnished. write Mr. McGarlty P.O.32696.23.24.25c Box. I 'e.e .se: G.wly sM:: -=: ,t I. BtSOTO IN .OaATI COUNTY,. fLOAIOJ Authority"** *i5*and* .shalt**. Arctottec.ba rotumod within to that he would also seek. election said:
'27 Wllllfton Florida ? ?
1 Magnolia St. WA 93201. 23-tfc 2 bedroom apartment. Phone WA'f-MII. *<..... .... oa l.*l. IN O.QTer.Qt.: : .: ::: bid two.19)Tha day* attar ..... opanlno .. again "1 pledge to address my energies -

! FOR .SALE Peace -River WA 0-1801. 23-c .__ ____ --.- ..--- pole .e,. ....... fLONtNe.CI..' HOOGU I *fvacti dopowt* r of w.docMrnont I. ba rndod roJw1 -- Carlton and Williams are to the' needs> of peopleIn

[ Acres. Vt acres $095. Brochure FEMALE HELP WANTED ........... ..... ",",' _. re AU.acMTO. ClAIM OH AND CMANOS rtstoNfMAVIN Slay**Des M* sound po r Mirit comfttion.ta covar, .but the both In the agricultural business very area of life, will act
Box e. Ft. Ogden Fla. I FOR RENT Unfurnished 4- "Interviewer wanted for part AGAINST SAID, tSTATfl "o' daft will set ba rofundMi.roera. In the Peace River .Valley upon each issue with fair and

232425260FOR room apartment. Screened time telephone survey work. CtAMIHiB) .PMM.AT- You and sacs at you ar. n robypotlfiaa' A HtIf"4 cr-ac% .. bonk dreft. poy.ablo area and Williams succeeded impartial judgement remain
: ..... ... to The .,
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I ... .- end ( to pr ni any Mou.lna Aum y of City
-- back>> porch. Newly redecorated. Give phone number. Prefer private ttaNn and o, nun
I house..ALII-M.d.Lot 10""x208.:2-e.dr.om Nice Electric and water furnish line. Not a selling Job. Air t..s..1 34.-:.. +..wha*:of of'you rioranc, may* Lave Virainta, oooirxr/todolota tnvtar tJFf. tP.tnl. !hrlfddbv 1 ? _n* senate* seat to seek election as., and,: will oppose politics for

ed. 990 per month. 2 milessouth mall letter Including education d.q, of *aM Caunry. to tn. t.pfd.te' ":"o c hor Pe do Governor. profit wherever I' find It.*
Peace Rlv.r Acres. Highway on U.S. 17 Call WA 8-. work experience and names of J HOTICE. Cow il' Judge of Doato Ceun4y. Flor. bUMno .,'thm the; sreWr: af Florida. Carlton has been cited for
Tel by Box 6. Ft. Ogden. 7r ; Ida..OP list offic. tn the court Kou** 5 ma I floe. pvrtont, Williams is seeking reelection :- I
pwner 4227. Curtis K.,5kate*. 23-tfc references to: American Research .f told County at Arcadia.Florida. (. .;: : ':balb: 9. eb/nM d "merltoriuo public service/. and 'on his record In the house
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23-24-23-26-c
-MISCELLANEOUSFOR Bureau Field Staff Department 'J DN J.J.lmjiod'!: t4tnrZ. y1; r'II9J':: 1M'ca5ndiw 1.N pub/.ailon nnniMram/ of the n. ?.If..... -It troth be tubmoud In quodrupM.TSa was named as' one of Florida's and enate for the past ten

F' R u..ac"1.: ; ; Beltsvllle, Mary- cant> do only tax returne f = Two cop<* f each claim" or five outstanding young men In, years..
land." 23-e have handled, la preview l'trvoll bo o wrltme, and inall uccaMful bM-lar, fo wham an "** .
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house. About 20 producing SALE award .
room -- .ton trta .ll rowdonce and post n> .e.1. will ba roauirod to
trees 100 7"" . orange young ORDINA"Y'LiF'K:
AGENTS.Are .I Clients make nail. fea **nrn la toy tna cwna.togee cfam.nco and payman band wArtvntion Two from Hero Harold Johnson t
appointmrnt :
may :
trees and 400 plantings. Also FOR SALS' Ueed Oaa RaneeeIn or annoy and accamponivdby ,.
losing mmslbaluns
has pond and undergroundcellar. Oeud Cundltiasm. D.SelsGas you happy by calling WAinut S448U ,, a titma' foa o/ ana dollar and such I* called ta the fact ttvjt -- -5 .
s Casualty Business claim nd. ... not .In* than the '
on I or d m not w fi. shall l minimum alorlo" Earn HonorsD.
If Interested contact E. Alau4 I I... oncf ti
Company Fkoate let into void wooa* *ot forth m tno Spocitica- Seeks Election
If help get
MarlnL Rt..'' 2, Box 788-D. Ar- S-4901.. M-fe Multi-Line not. us Agency.you OpeningsIn ': James R. Mun
oSdia. 23-23-24-23-p all from ttradenton to i I 10 .. DeSete Ave. and To.tam ra> af ,....-. HoMino; Authority of City of Gulf Life Insurance Company'sLake
areas 'I Viratnta docoaiad'C. Arcadia Florida. rmrv.h..
POR SALE-1917' Dodge. Call Hodges naht to To School BoardHarold
CLASlimO DISPLAY Naples Writ. Box 668 c/o this. Arcadia FlerldaIncome' D.: TUfAOvvttl., 1R. Mist ony or on bids and/or fo solve Wales office announces ..
WA 6-a7al or see Herbert A. backgroundand t I fob.: 27..Marcti 5012..9.. 1944. env. .Informatltio In tho biddme! that R. W. Heine and C. F.
giving age
McCormick 406 N. Polk Ave. paper, I No bid shod be withdrawn for a prr.
licenses iow held. 22-23-e -- led of thirty (UOI.) day cuwquMtt McCalJ, who represent the company S. Johnson Rt. 1.
SEE US 33-24-23-20-0 ,. --cUuwno.: ; MOTICt/ IMTtNTIOM TO BUUSTIM to the eoomnQ of1 bio without thcorwont >
O.c' here have for
qualified the
I -- IoUs MAMI o, TKo Hau.ne Authority af Arcadia .has announced his I

TODAYWA FOR SALE-1t$4 Dodge Plck' : Wanted Notice.,. >I. rwroby 9'ten that ttta una City .' Arcadia' Florida.' IDv.I Gulf Life President Club. candidacy for the DeSoto
ianad doito ta vnaaoa m and TMf OUSING AUTHORITY/ V
! 9-3371 up trurk and IB97 Hulck Tudor I conduct a Sorvlca Station b.awwNse.r CITY Of AHCAOIA. FlOftlDA These men and their wives County School Board In district -
c 10 acres hard top. Al condition. used TaxService ltv. fktitlou' EIIF By A BUODfTT WHITI will be honored at the) Presi
-i oonPorc. : + WANTID Oeecl planea.TU4 WlfT SlOt. S Ixocufhro. Dlroctor" 2. He Is a former board
f2 5 per acre. Call WA 9-024U 23-Uc & Usee: .n ew> furniture In rha. County of OvSota. Sloto efftorlda rob. J/ March. S-l2.-a.| 1964 dent' Club- Contmrmnfm to tm
LOW down payment! with AhICAUTAMUSICTUIWITURP .and Meal to roatetor' laid ------ -- ---- held in Gulf i.lih; ; office member and trustee.A .
: or saw piano.
FOR SALE ''.';;I---"';* fictitlout name wen the Clorli of the
balance ao much each : life long resident of DeSoto -
city Jacksonville 21-
: STOHC.: Circuit Court af DvSata County florpurtuant on May
YOUR
month. connecting apartment gu- .--- ..... (Ida la .HMI nrauiromont* afSactian SS. IF 24. Invited to attend this event County., Johnson Is em-
rage and utility building. :'10' WANTED Used effUe safe. RCASONABLC PRICKS Sa .O* riortaa Statutv* by' Sorrell Brothers
ployed
ItOMt 2 bedronm 1 I STANLfY. IAKO"0 O I will be 359 of the company's
YOt
NEW home: C., D :9. tleauttfully highway frontage. ,Business Call WA g-o0ai. r 33-24-p Bring All 'InfermatleiiFirst LILY_I. _LANGfOHUAttomoy IILL: leading sales and service rep- Fruit Company. a grove
Sole
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landscaped. Good location. room' adaptable to living quarters. Trl0Satlefa .W sleaw W. resentatives. manager lie has two sons

Near city. WA 8-233. SERVICES1.a"YICaaM. i'I at LawArcadia. GO REAr that have graduated from De- .
111,000. .
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."..| Guarantee) .
FloridaMatM
a.:QJUT + FOR SALE .- ..... econuitlun. ...U.... .. 9-I2-.IV-2. 1944 Soto County school two children ...
.... ..nlta. Karenand AR '
THESD'
YOU WANT ACttJ.AOEI :. Mildred Morgan ------- --- now attending school and
--'acre. ..a'on paved tread at 10 hoot flbergUta, Raymond Kaxen. .Paperhanging Merici ut e single control 71 hit Scott motor MANSN.fke LAW
$221 pee aei'.. free estimate's. Sample '12S .. Brevard Ave. .ta rwr.Oy gnron that th.1! the first grade next fall.
,Jofi'.ftjHamJ.lonRcoltor f t *with DleCtrM' starter plus. books. 28 years experience. J.e 5ael -..na oc.--= in, MUSCULAR M.P. Unit For 10 years Johnson served
many accessories.. Heavy duty. I 1
Writ RFD No. 1. Wauchula. SLOWta GI,1
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A T" the School Board
; -- '' AND Army Specialist: Four Harry on before
alloy trailer with spore. ,AJoI93U Phone PH J-M03 or Pit tMO et"44 Sarah O 1ata"Avonuo,i .
It S. Pelt Av. WA f.B871 'Itenault Dauphin car. -D-e 241 LEGAL NOTICE I AKaIw; ; ... awed ta roaMtattna i, ACHESPAINSTake B. Cvers. whose wife, Joan moving out of that district
'''....1.... 23 0173. sod namo .", tn. Clork of .... and parents "Mr' and Mrs. Harry some four or five years ago.
Clean economical. Average -
Af.. MSOtlTTIOMWHIMAa. Circwtt Court a* OoSota County Floe V. live at 033 Waldon He 1 Is member of the First
Jeat OMed Betty PRUVO tablets. when Even a
30 per gallon. Price $373. Interested CARD OF Cod In hoc you
,desk OHeetoln. THAiiKS'I I AinMontr WILLIAM A. CltMtNT" street Arcadia assignedFeb. Baptist Church. Nocat_. and
& see; Walt Uanull WA Mww.. w toe. we. /.t N 'e.mo. KlfniM I want temporary relief from was
8-7331. 23- CA OP 'lean .w C.fv ief ew :, II. /Marcn CAMOklNf>-Ir' .H-2.. AprH. ClfMtNT 2. 144 minor: aches and pains and body 13 to the 539th Military' the Nocatee Civic Club. He ..

ctAauue afa.LAT" I wish to' take this mean* to C e..n.b.r.aromotorw$ toe end h.p.Ce nod ry r.n nora < ; 'i iIrN stiffness often t associated with I Police Company' at Fort Monroe a member of the> Board of Dir-

CIAYPF11S_D siptATSCAVILTi thank rnanyi.frlends\ for all af Ar* Ao) std 0."" Cawnfy, TNt o"u Arthritis Rheumatism Bursit-!,' Va.SpeclalUt. ectors for the Club.
: T'-- ; /Wheds old. IM AND 005 stove COWMTT. Lay. Lumbago Backache and
JOHN'PARKER TIACTOtU30C. the acts of kindness ,while I WMIMA" *. .ra ....... e4/ Arroaiat ftoiioA. IM raosAti Painful Muscular aches. Lose''. 1Yen. a policemanIn HI will do my best" he staled -

I was. In the Arcadia General 't: J :'t meft -oUctino om far titm Wa totna PHYLLIS IN II: .O..._HANDILY of 1 the company entered the "to make use of my experience -

: REALTOR Lees Neiere. e S..e., Hospital.( I with especially to C... c.u.r..... tho ...> .inymbor these discomforts or your I Army. In 1930. for the Improvement( and
I (. .,, CwII ... City C.n.rol NOTE 1 TG ciiotroet money back. At all drug count
' HOMBS,."OROVIS .pefwy Pwi I thank Dr. Agnew and the Hoc: !**** .t.r6ft AJf orvditor* of the OMoto .. fMYVUS ..... The 23-year-old soldier attended betterment of our school system -
\ ... )Mu.es'' tor bing so attentiveto WH......... Ko gom.< >u. torto* *oMCnamnan O HANDILY. _...... era noro.nova Arcadia Drugs S. De-Sets D Soto high SchooL in DeSoto County
RANCH. StIOUNBC .UI..MT ceo. n..roe.. N C-.b-w .1. w M1tf.e .rd --- No .... = !..
and alto I thank my :r. --- ---
me .' tna P..bi.e Work Cp.,1.md { .. .
... Wr. demand. Ihay me.
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Center S4f .. Iw.Ciuosse many. friend for their prayersfor ,. ed ChnwnwM eIn.. t.1 .:um wad ..::: Intno offao .
Vast Oak aa.r,North D.'.'. of no raunrv tudno of Do1atrCauMy. >
May God bless HfrW. :
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my recovery eeea.3 c,0) \.. fall
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flariaa. CONVENIENT
In : of USE THIS
Areaela. :->". ..Mil ---" r :: :: '
\ 'WA ....n.yr them aU. rot .nlv .y N. ren.e.huq Cs', cc.le AK5..1010.. o. rsrdm
....- .- -_. .--. Mrs. Rosa Dates eC bwS by .N .ifoant *
and fp aitfo< Itw* ..*<. mir-.< puMK ublicaMan of Nut na*..a. taaddraw .. ties
Un, eianAr'' '. .:,'TSAtTea Tlass. 23-c 5'z a dewed be m nMvp order
__ *) TH..i'o t ar rr Dtvx.vfe oawt we.. :: w re.Wk.::; yourWANTAD
MOT ..... ./4 .* If'. ,
oo / by Itw 0aor. Cny Catmdl, oral ot orCitv .".. _
and af Pew .
pea
J M*- koio ...Hi + mm* a* IS/1t: I CARD Or ,THANKS Official ....... <...> all City erw wed .e .wan N b. Pow
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Listed wit""U. ...lulv. .,tyWaterfrent'Meie.ee '- OUR iiEAfcmcLTTiiArocs: !' -Dv.' N.et ... 'lPw4 s..-. hit aan/. M by _.

ad We" ::.. -...: TO Act woo extended comfort .PA.ot to. toe---11---..or.ii<..tf ...*.. em ten.wyPS or. wit b...._ cod o.to.dw M

.Hemteikee.. ,; Content'Charlotta TAMBAsa' exl COMfAMV |lf J' log sympathy. and help in ourrecent IT PUMTHta. MIKH.V10 ttto e Ti.) nrwary "*' l PeeWelaua
MU M o/ OM .i.IS..a Fur the beal\ tl- N. HAMCH.IVAamimo
lSovHi ,aormwr + .
) (Joan) .: imo.oaClAIMfllB tee' N tiKr : 7'--.1.;;: .wwone. = a ar at tna Ittato afo

$ .. Rut service, hotel) offerings endother em.,_... _.Par .e r.. eh I.. !r Mel Yphis.. :. 0. I/.ndl.y. o.cawd Reaching 17,500 prospective customers in DeSoto Hardee and
Manning -- kindnesses, we are deeply 1--'" .. .... ...-- SuZT*!..12 ,

A_ ".' __ .- ,. .--MSVAY.... grateful.. "' 'ABOVt MfldUTICrty ION "ASM9no i...., Butior. Fr.<*. Manatee counties..

Roo.I'O"DiaJn' hSr.ula ) wtey >eoaLtr Atturnoy for AO..wsresorMann. Dial 20 Word
1-12.1..2.. Ie44CLAIseII.
I. D. Ell.r, Jr. M.rw- A.
FOR CALK and Family 23-p D'. ., .
WtR
lUaJlor; -' 1 Week, $1.00 WA 8-8501 Minimum

New and) 4 M..lf. CARD Or THANKS' -oJ:1rIt
Hemea
smash Off See, Kt Sill is, .u. W* wish to MlLnowledC. the Count:LIIP..5: Count Nome Address or Telephone Number If Used In Ad
IMaele' Fler New I aid i keleVed Wt S.\: i .
Laa f 4y rtuHqRIAL b.drooeaA many expressions of sympathy, ::: .
a.a'.'. as .low *$,. CAAaD C NIWIPks 1
aa Oo. Top visits cards and $letters ...tend.s "
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:- .; .1P. : 11 t .
--. .. --- --_. prices' efferea, en .............*. .. .to us at 'the Ume> .f the DAN 1P. ttsotf .. 1 2 3 4 8
death'of our loved one. The
ALLAe4A 1 UUCJ
ESTATE STAT ?
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floral offerings were s beautiful
WANTED MOSILK, N4..... INO.Mwy. tribute and we are. deeply T0WAYMei -
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Ass/n.. auLAr If, North. W......... cratefuU _u_____ 5 -_H44_ j ''' ... ,,, ,,. ", "
Jan and Family DIF.PSAT
-- ---- I CLAII.III1P5.4Y
-, : P".... Mr.. and ...... CAssetaRooert -

aA"KLava.m4, and Family and 11 is 1J.. 14 is

I -. 1. Ista June and_"-Family. ---- P ico F .
W..ti"t3to ra ct Property Buys
uy ,, DgMAT
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SO ,to,4..,..*..., N Lead leJOHNS. Call star .".lee and) make .m............ M see this. pleas.

fat oewg. Tr.... .f .ree-r y. ...rl_, fee a .._. fee peer family" ec a* _"_ _. .t<_ '_

wAtftjtNtLOTS .. lv.4_r>.. Leeateo) aleee Is ...._... .l..rer. act do .. u. '. TM '* as
st a* 34'.t
WATSON
toww ahepptDg are*. Priced far jw.eai east ._ ,tUM *

111 Raidsate' RostAYberdal. .oleaai. '!. a waive like this 3 M4...io>. C.. Nome ,,

'.. Flo.teaic tiered fee _I- its well.. leaatee) and pissed' a* feat .'..100 Hun lit dasslficattoa .p-.i.pT j wewfca

). ... WO 1.111Edpi I Week 3 Weeks 4th Week Free
r" If yen w..% plenty. *r seas and Kave the desire. Is hi' .
a dreao __. ,,>!. ta fr ye.. reair eeree et ISM acMf real 23 WOIlnt' 'fI S (minly. ...vgl 31'0 (.....;b-..."> .- 3 an (-l lBLX7CD ""--) .

LARGE LOTS ,00"OHT.. Dla W'DII' CANALS Of>. ly a> beautiful horn site. See ut !
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3ft Td 4:11 43s14e
RENT'POn POLITE BOCA GRANDE, OMrCH""Lona' HARBOR. -We saw 'O aere .C load that kt welt !..*-..< fee MOs eCecjiej I W0AQtpwl :

NET .PRICE tUMjOO. .VCELLNT .FISHING. AND tight pwees. .**. peewee %. ywr at.e. l.... y. rlTn.r' l .. E.. a qsAnnmOVAZ. .

.. .- OATI NO, FINISHED' YACHT CLUE BNSlBL.T' M*. r j
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/ .. Twe b fraweo> noo wMftlc/ 4 eleekei e* WOttTTR os ".AMT -
I H.NT.-* s>eer) .... Co.... STftlCTIONS. ONE TAX DISTRICT.' FLORIDA' BEST Sewn.; Partly =. HMf ad bee woet9eo eftrw :e0Ie. I i

rurnlkbed ;,lvsua... -6ootact BUY. TERMS-IF SO DSSIRBO. property. ..-- .os-so- ..... .- ---SI,900. TWMBKTt SOc ADOtTtOXAU .
3' East ** *> :.Lai> call *....,.. t *(*** *+e
John Parker. Realtor* ..... .... .$.
C.nptetip. "' ..... a b.deww I
Oak; BtreeC. _M < PIlATE HAKtOt,, SUKHVISION .... the etty llavrta *a 'h saw et ..... Ts.. ta real. MAKE ADDR&SS'L "S'D

'Pc* 'tIarsleh.l& ..art. pct bur fee ,... r/sht pertyi. I ha.T stet FyrclooPd !

anent auttabto tor os. p.r.after BURNT VTORK ROAD '- TATTC 87'1 I We ale M.. a 1 a.drsoai ___ ee }i acre of led.Prlsod The Above Rotes Apply to Local! Advertising Only .'

ewplw I........ aoa .. Hw.-I (SOUTH *f PUNTA OOROA) at ---- ./1ADaxg .I -
bore 33.6''; ..*-' ; In the DeSoto Advertiser and The Arcodion

:.! Mail .. .,
.0. MCNTGtorU DM..... /).. .... LOOK FOR HIGHWAY SIGNS ,ON ROUTE FOR RANCHES -. CttOVES' > t-; AOUCACES : THE ARCADIAN

Avenue, Areedla. -
._roons. S4. per m atb. WE S3HO. I '41, OR GO NORTH FROM PINE I ISLAND' JOHN PARKER R..I.rMILLIE I'P. S

punts eorda: or FlamtagoCourt. : S, O. Bate 670
Rood 12 Miles *>AMK.M "as.a ATI I HA PARDEE 5i
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Highway .. .- WA 3.4971 Arcadia. Fa... 3321 --
,I. Box ftlS..PuaU\ Oorda. Florda "" '. WA 8.3431 : .

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THE ; 1 c'ADfANt Xrcadla, Florida Thursday March 5, 1964 7-A, _

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Pony League) Play -- -. '

1 .. Definite; A'n. Ona news ,1'.,,

:1:' Plans 64 Season < 'I. DOLLARS SENT
BOWLING timer Mystery. Picture : fty foftSL.t ,l MA fc1rMxmMlY\ 'I"
Th, parents of boys interested Mr arid Mrs.I Rmald Mercerof AWAY FOR ..

I In playing Puny league\ Tampa weal fecent visitor ..

NEWS I II The you nil' lady who baseball. this spring and also of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mercer ;PRIhJTINGlA ... I ,
local c: sutent* interested in and children.Mr. ,
I appear as this week'A playing Softball should planto ;. and Mrs. Red Spears and Ncvir Come &ack' .
II I lady of mystery was attend an important\ meetIng .. +re ra1'; ?
family have moved \u A tto <
INDUSTRIAL, LEAGUE cadia born here in DeSoto which will be held next /r I... U. D. YoPnatte 1 c ::
Drug. Virginia Albrittonbowled I Springs.Mrs. .
Tommy Anderson )leads- In- high game of 178 and County July 2''. 1888 Tueeday .1,: 8 p.m. at Central Terry Carter anal NcA :
listrial bowlers with ell and her fatho-r wa, 4 >ujt.. : roi. I.t.Atmdnt u. y' 'cal 'J '
series vV ,
ser- of 423. For Miss G.r- dauithter ot Norfolk V* :.
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Tommy churned: out games trude... Betty Roe bowled high 1 one of the first trrfcitrus to KMunett Perdue ismd Mr and Mrs.. DonaM m. n at
.... ...,
218177-218 for his nice game of lbS and series cf 418. I ; men in t'- .a '- ii> fur the UeSotot Murphy' and .en tat w* fc. oil1"t! l oYttI m ..
.., ... ,\ LH-toolo ..
u %av>u.JtMMi.
rles. Turner Realty split 2-2 Western Auto won four points area. She was sinoo'ed a. The. Iota nometonmlntf Meat -
... ,., .. .., .
have >
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r. u.- W' IHlev
Jitft Johnson Grove Service' from UvSou National Bank. I in A read i* and at y ) tt.a: will be heW at th* 1MM) ..
by Dyal rolled!' tt 202-88 For Western Auto. DiAnn Gonzales i the Academy of the I \that 1 lout tvakiis ylayba- bap: *** Church Sunday Iftareh'' -

vies also for Turners. R. C. bowled!' high game of 187 I Holy Name in Tan'lp4.After in the i'.ny leu9ue.' rh..whave Lath H_v. Shiner Aibrttum. theeetabtkher i f -- 1 yR ;t w '. .... / "
Iran he said,
art
ylor anchorman for .Johnson and series of 4 13. For the Dank .. up. ot the church will I
me up with a 222 final game Mary Anderson bowled high finishing school i and we hope there will be conduct morning service. !I I Money ,.Alonc4\Viil Not
she went to work enough ult'I".t shown next
lid :357 series. Ken John- aau
a game of 177 and series of 463. Key It Hall pastor' extend) ..
t>n rolled a 2O5-513. Frank Gulf Naval Stores won three i saleslady: 45 Tuesday ihut u IOUplemore" a wHcoftte' out to all to attertd' I b

teen from Boring Auto. for tetuns can 'be fielded. *M 1 V3r for the bukelluiuh !t Bring HappinessBut
threw 227-209 and a points She was married to ": a The U Tutu SollUull I association | -:
I e series to lead CTC to a (lull Naval Marie Johnson alter sviViC** and enjoy. the
a cattle citrus, man h.* ..' vi.cu-u tu Wke user
bowled of 135 and : ultvrnoun.Mr .
game win over Barfield'shop. high game
who came from an old the cuuatiu.itiuii, of( the !\ ityLxncue U Ml.
R. ltas
[ Don Davis' stopped Into cries of 441. For Boring Auto Rinxer started
(owl-Land and came up with Ruth Ola bowled high game family here who diedin Last yvur boys b.- the building uf the now
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had
the 1)
tween ul 13 and
sue
213-973 series to lead Pal- of 182 and series of 514. 1946. supermarket.Smith .
no place: to pluy. Happiness tho product of numbers -
tier's Spreader Service to a Team Standings are as follows .- big Store put in new
The SoittMii association. will. ::s__
They had throe children of
and is
-O sweep over lat place Peace : gas tanks lat week things- money just one
aver Moving. Hoy Gregory Barnard Buick 63'4 34\\41 two of whom are living and they have three. also have,, about, four IVrdue teams stated In Mrs. Fleming limes visited of them.
the city '
lot 523 for Peace River. Tro- Turner Realty 59 41DeSoto grandchildren.. league with Mr, and Mr. l. *'. Mine
iical Ext. won 4-0 over Gulfaval National W'* 43 V4Boring that it wuuia' k-ertainly bo flew of .'t. Lonesome last week... Howt"\er. it I H nnn of the very Important j
Read the- HUM carefully'!! And if you can identify if Myakka c ity would Join the
Autu S3 43 W. R. Ringers store ,
Store with Cliff B..ans.rd Will one*. ,\lullu&\'lnl; money just to Mpeml today
the association: and enter' u t..un.rum..r .
setting the pace: With :534. Western Auto 51 49Jtbd mystery lady write her" name and yourson broken into last week. and bit Lrwke tomorrow !tar: 11 wnuro and a de- Ri
A host been circulat1ng .
'. 49! a postal! card und mail to The Arcadian You The saddened
Johnny Carlson had a 210-500. \ Drug H SOliMoorman's that in that area Community was lusion. ,. ,
players
,'es Young 2OO-479 and Bob ) Feed 48 52 may be a "'inm r. by the death of Leffle Mac- -a"
would be interested' the
llouk 204. Al Edwards Wa: the MIA Gertrude 4434 B5tt final "We in Albritun Sunday. Funeral services The Individual the family or a business r.,
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Clue Idea would wrtainly love ... .
gee bit Gulf Naval with 543. Gulf Naval Stores 40 V4 39 V* to have a tram from Myukka" were held Monday at the concern can oi$> 'r"t" on u happy luisi if

(earn Standings Won Lost Arcadia Drug 31 to 68 to **S 'rte bought and she sold ,. *. r IVrdu. told The Arcadian "and Ona Baptist Church with burial the financial program Is plunn">tl anal carried .... "
'ebCe lIiV'ekMov.. 04 32 Next week's schedule )Is as at New Zion
the out. Such calls
As O'Itl l saying WK-$. 1 "intend tu invite them. a pmurunt naturally
jrner Realty Co. 61 35 .1)1IoW8: And for years chose the fashion The official. American Soft- for putting an Mo a certain amount" out of M.I r
Calmer Spreader S3 43 Barnard Buick -v- Gulf Naval .
lohnson Grove 52 44 Stores Of Milady's' clothe*f bull AsMKiutlan svttiMMt. t>t>cns Flower Shop Sold; every dullard earned to take earn of tomor ..
I ,
apical: ..Ext. 4. 47 Turner Realty -vs- Moorman'sFeed on April IIlIeadqu..rtt'rs Caroline Clement row' 11."It. or to have ready inon -y for I-
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"r for sub district bu l in
44 52 + rc un > u in Arcadia at the New ..
Owner Manager I element.
important
DeSAo National Bank 4.wr.
;ulf Naval Stores 43 53 -"-
pi went lime .mid Emmett\ Perdue .
.rflcld' Shop 20 7B Arcadia 'Dru.Bo..inaAutO Peace PlacementTcsfr DjiiKhtrey's: Flower und Gift
Corps !' is chjiimait of the distrUt.Xiamv : .
-vsWestern Auto l.nrg Inxostors urn well of the
ilus .ur will bo Shop located ul 37 South D*- nwnrc

CENTRAL FLA. Koch's Drug -vsMiss Gertrude Set March 14 In Sarasota played. on (tic field jy bvhtnd the Solo Avenue la downluwn Arcadia Importance uf having( fluids: in a .Federal ......

TRAVEL LEAGUE city truiUi pack some .it* l....ty..r. has been purihtted: and! Salving Account They naturally are firstlut..r..att..1
The Peace Corps has announced ing this tumour said SargentShrlvcr U now under the management In liar tuifety i>f their fund*. :Sec S
Bawl-Land i Is still in lat place that the next P acoCorps Director of the .lvac i
uf Caroline K Clement. 312: like the dividend
nndly they high rates that
},y taking 4 point from Cy- Contc"stWinners Placement Test, required | Coipa. The most critical skill West Imogen'' Street.. The their fund
Speech earn in Federal Snvlntt) and
res Gardens at Planter Lane of all applicants: Interested in demand he .
mitt are In the County Bond change of ownership becameeffective
l.i>ttll InMtittitioiM. And' they like to know
\\i Plant City. Big Tom Ander-
will be
Told In serving oveiais, fields of agriculture, health Krb. 23.
the for the Ar- that their fund*-nil or mrt of th''nl-
on set pace any |
given on Saturday, March .14 at vuiiinvering, construction and Sales Higher Mrs Clement wife nf IH-
iOdl Bowlers with 209393.Jen .re availahlu whenever elect to 1
Wallis 211-97O. Dick At West School l the Sarasota main Punt Off lev. education. particularly" .. math William A. ClemetU. rtnnln- they urn: ... .
them.
The test begins at 8:30: u.ni. and science teaching. Hut the 1M4 quota fur DrSoto Coun- cot Arcadia Opluntetrlst', Is a .
aldson S48. R. C. Taylor Saturday March 7 i* the finale e
In bund has been native DvSulu
ty purchases CnuntlMn ant I
( Volunteer
Over S.OUO( ( qualified leave Corp l. he added also
2-924 and Frank Nazxaro for the speech contest: set at lia.OOO according to announced the business will First Federal in Arcadia I has continued
are needed' to begin train- needs people skilled .In physical
*29. Th Travel loop will layt sponsored here in West Ele- d rY Education: home economic' a report from the office of continue to operate| under the to enjoy the confidence of the public since .7.w.; "
bowling till the 5th of School for fifth sixth
mentary K. Ik Markham state director. ante nume. its oH'ifHir| ) ilay. Itolh large and smaller ..aV.n
architecture, H- >logy, social: ailswee
prll at Bartowv Fla. and seventh grade boys and Purchasrs In tK-Soto for the "We will continue (fo employ ..
Wm. R. AvonfrAnnounces feel that First Federal In their
(Team Standing Won Lost girls. Winners will participate work and several hundred .. very own
M other categories to fill addltinnul 12-months ending\ January the tame qualified people, tar- home financial IniUitutlon. It U the friendly
I Bowl-Land 29 Saturday a t County Events
Plans 1044. was shown at I114.OOO, Mrs. Clement<< saidMr.. ,leu.SIIIl1. .-
[planter Lane 24 12 Day td be held at the Home requests from the 48 who. has 12 atmosphere and the efficient and courteousawrvlcw ,
I a a8-prrc Increase over the year .al"'r-
I Oar tow Lanes 22 14 Demonstration Building. To Enter Race countries where t h e Peace preceding year.. Sale. for the lens' In flower arranging., sail that are ever |prudent that makes

ack': Bar .. Grill 21 15 Fifth grade winner of the Corps Is now working. month of January, HM4 were growing will continue with Plrwt Ketleral nlxiut the .happlwt business

I eLi a Sunland Rest. 15' 21 contest held Feb. 28 are Don- William R. (Bob) Avant. 33 The two nxjulred tests, the _1. ,1KMJ Ute report>> old us." place of any nature in DcHoto) county i la transact a

JtUlge' Lane* 15 21 nie May. Wallace McCall. Barney year old DeSotu County Native General Aptitude Teat and the 1'urthsses; throughout Florida Mrs Clement also atstnlthat I busineat. I .

Cypress Garden 13 23Weaver's Merrill boy division, and announed! this week that Motlint language Aptitude were bpproKlmttely the the shop would. still be a ), n
"oe" Service, 9 27 Carol Ann Bradshaw., Ma..teNazzaro h. will seek the office of County
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carving the residents thUarea
T..t.tke about one and a half same AI'he\ precedlnii year' In New Savings Accounts or funds
and Jean' Scott girl Commissioner: District 3, hours to rumplete Applk inta with total of D.233.m Umds with the mire qualitymerchandise added I4tH w
division. now held by Henry Wads t to present' accounts by Tuesday .
MERCHANTS LEAGUE who have any proficiency In sold the report said and would" continue i ialts I.
Sixth grade winners. girls, who has moved to another dis to be the local for March 10 will earn dividends from IY.r '
agent
Burs Eagle fire 244-585 to Finuh, or SpanUh are ake l ,
Linda hall - -
Lynn Hollings-
top Merchant loop Thursday are trict.Avant additional >Florist> Telegraph Delivery sera March 1 1. "y.
to remain for an >>
night Buzz led the way for worth and .J.na' Coulter. Sev- a resident of the Joshua year of a.e. There I 1a no uppc'raae vl_. .
enth' grade, girl' Donna Faye Creek area, Sa 1 M1f-<<'t1\- otihuur langUK achievement -
Channel Insurance. Ralph t" 1h. Married couple may Th. Clements have long been Cline Sharon Avant and Sarah ployed In the cattle-citrus and tot.Knowledge. apply If have active' In civic affairs and atprevent = "Jt ..
Cochran followed with SolS and Parrish. of a foreign language they no dependents =.=_==:
Mike Pooser 924. Channel under IV. A college d.- she .Is president of the ...
The top winner will be decided w nut a m1UU'ft11ft1t' for '
,
split with Coca Cola 2-2 Dick g. te U nut required" : but cot- 'DrAotn! high School PT.A. and ...' ..
In the County Events Day takug! ; the i'taountirit Test fr
iMialdson led Coos Cola wittt, .. iMHattoiial. Ineruua secretary of the West Elementary !: '" ..
tea training /:
g. ;Jerry 'Scott 339. Bob took elimination ,ounet.'Ho7i>* DenMHuUmtlon app:, ing for 1'.ece Utp'if.- tttapplicant'! pwienual .. IVTA. They haw three First Federal l ,\ .; ", : tL
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agenta aid. vw' i awls Mt k1. &ac.nwnl& : children Phyllis. Rddl and eA
Tom Anderson and Eb--
>y i.Dyal each had 924. T tvBwna. tire .....d. tugvthrrtvliii ) contribution. Liberal art 11t) bi.. Savings & Loan AssocfafohIn / I It

Marsden Wallis shot a 209- ...har ...11..1... In liuuii4& cullctp/ graduate with no She la also a member. tit NM.
srclal'"skills" are often used (. Ar..<*l. at IN* sign, *f the ) Clerk. n
71 ertei for Smith ""X-Cel' but Secondary Roads J ..>.& avi..*>f naie vert the Arcadia Woman's Club and tie

Last 3 point to Arcadia Music .. >. KiMii.* ; for'Cbmmissioncrs ', vi>l,"pntent workers. Church I
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nd Furniture. Ken- Johnson On Agenda I' refwre the Test I U .
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oiled 944 and Wayne Bass 90O ,i- .-'a.up.tlutae", and therei. - ---

o I'' Arcadia Music. Aliene'a ',i. i,. t......tf.>.t or falling gr.4.s.o i.a

rom ladle DeSoto& TV won National'.11.4 point Hank.C. A discussion: of the secondary trucking business and *.: a < <'i-i. <.<... not relveaed, ; to '*.pr.t.c""L' CHEVELLE by CHEVROLET-a great highway erformer -7.-
) and no applicants may ,
road program for District ffaduate of OeSoto Countyschools -- '
t. Taylor led With 2O3-9O3.: --- ;\ ,
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One which 'include DeSoto luk the Tat nun than once r-- .

rank Navarro 205-933 and County will be tm the agendaat He i* a member of the Flr.t To .take the Placement Test t._ :
I Edward 94*. Junior Dee i
the regular scheduled meet- Baptist Church. a member of appa-tl should being with t
a* high for the Bank with
Ins of the Board of County both the Cattleman* Asuocia* w..n u roripUrted," Peace Corps I r. w
90. Ray Atkins with 209-9M Commissioner Tuesday March Uon and Farm Bureau..! 'lv.-nna. if they have not t'+rJ)4 .

ed Middleton Candy to a 4-0 10. according: t.* Harold Garner serves as a director' of the Bu- l*..ri.,testy mailed. it to Peace rag I
in over Sunbeam Bread. Roy .
Gregory had a 216-334' and chairman.The reau. If. served two years in Cerpa .hewi.....".,. In Waafi I a

till McAnly 648 for Sunbeam arcorvdafy" road pro- the armed *ervici*. in, ton. tjuecMonnatre form saw t ..
gram which i* financed by the Avant i* married to the farmer ar- (iVallaMe from most po.I'| )
The Whidden Co.. and The Ar _
3th. 8th and Tth cent of the Norma Jan Gmttthy and ,
adian split 2-2. Bill Pollockhad n f to.. ct< begs Peace Corp
state gaaollae tax. will determine has th.dlldrHle Ut by.Jsjilc .
7
40 and Gen. Meyer 487. Watson ofnctrs. or froa ...., ,
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the amount of new roods and) JoAnn. '
earn Won Last r. D C"H6'2t. Dli
Standing -e Corp Washington<<
re-surfaein and maintenanceof In announcing lee the 4ft.*, N
Coca Cola 63 31Smith .
rottdd allowed the Avant Mid AppUcants who haveriot
.taU.. : -With" my busies***
X-Cel 61 39Vfkkueton County for the coming year. background 1 feel I will be *.M .. "MfbmttUnl a Questionnaire I It I

Candy 9ttt 4OS4 Commissioner will th4l1\ let do a gush job rrurrMmtlncall will l I.e asked to remain at th''

Arcadia Music 99 49 meet March 12 at the State of the county teat renter tn complete ov *",- : -TT--- urMelarr.Wh ti rI '.

AJwRadio- TV 484i 5OVh\ Road,Department district of. II. wilt Im Ofvpo*:-dl ty. mr ltely* followin the Test 4
Channel In*. 'u 93DeSoto flew In Barlow, for discussion George Ola who mail his MI- Ft.sic requirements' for allpftMrenU vE.derr N.faa.g.+wrbfla+rlCd

Nat. Bank' 44 MTbe and petition thJSlate Board nmiaeement for lh. office but are that they WAn '
Walddert Co. 43'Sunbeam 9T Garner said.Following. week. .
sham citizens" at least l I
Bread 41 99 hearings -- _. .. .. '
the district - -- IIIiIk'1Ir .'
The Arcadian: 3V 61
the Road. Board will a- ., t
dopt tenative statewide budget tF
At Its monthly meeting scheduled Arcadia Abstract t. Title Company, Inc.
In the-Ladte*,Mender Nlx t for "April .e. This ten ..

Bowling League. "_made alive budget Include both Abstracts of Title. Title InsuranceThe r.

Feed won thfe' point from primary and secondary project 4

Barnard Bulck. For Moorman *.. The primary project are -
Service You Neal When Vow Mewl It"
reed Pat Ifeald bowled high floUnced by the first four

game of 183 and sertee-ot'ftOS. cash .* tae Un ta..
gaw *
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EXCLUSIVE: ActrxT: ron .
r.. Barnard Buick. Carolyn 1--
A public hearing will beheld .
oocrWf and Christine Cod on the tenative statewide LOUISVILLE TITLE INSURANCE CO. !
sn each bawled high game. budget In TaOaaaeaee. May 28. I

4 171 bed ChricUne Cbdirantwwled and the. Anal operating budget Lute I'. ...A. See N.2K. lye :

kigh aertea ot',41. *rUt be .*Viptd Ia. Talla- ..*'. Ar.... Dial WA ...44tHIGHSPEED
Koch'. Drug won tour point I.- :.
ram Turner Realty..For KnCamin '.. I .._ IJ. -, - M......"., 3yrl c--.,..... CAteeUe law..1.......,.'.:I,..,..... Wages .


gamer o.*1O Warn and. aerie bowtnftigb e. 1 1A CheveHe balanced performance is best! OJ Na

441. For Tamer Isatwite. Pernmntrt "
bowled I high game elaa I II HAMGEAT Pa....E. tstltlnJ> lbrIadla. su..p ChrvelU.. mean performance Chervil.. .let* you ebon** Vaw.rr {

1 and eerie at 42- L-ML_ : aplenty' -.atanhp Hl. or ..*.,.. ArcadIa Drug won 3H 'p'ouf. V'_ ..... g ge.M. au'" J,&.hp V8-.a..d nplloAal. atestra a.* HcI "manual IrsnamUwlon.Knwvl .

.1414uOertrOdev. ;; >F .r Ax A tow I tow I mmtw *>fl aronadl cJi.r.tt'fi new turptto" snood a lifl-bp ...... a :29Oho !! .*.; how. peopla ..like th*

Vll a new. aSTT* wrote ootlartx -.* .. .Ical= .

f .ags hi. Mfb.t f takes Ie meet flay ;. performnncw *ne.nnxoee. last of ..,......eust op
nr &ACOUKOI" ts JUST 30 /AFCI ft wmi i: .t (,...... *'. a fawi nortr *. .IM a H tfcia. what' keep- ,
1 Ar11ffbt EIMIs. ....s Six .r V* ..lime .
CIAHT than the W.* er -. And] .... af... leg; #u from |teat drive" T ,

$T11iII: Ali MPelt. SIZE mm RIMY STORAGE. MAWW i i ._....._ ....-.i.. r.c.a .......lie.-.lid Cae-r..IU. aavew in gigs ...,...) oft Certaint' '

::+ta .' ttaha il J ; the e****. ant thus. M.t>" (.. HO U' y err d'h.". .....

=Oarb.M a kim d-to9tst wars......ef .... tide.) Baa jroU IrmAi* V to riaJao. valet d..Mlwtare.

t e., Cae.ewlswt. A *fijsca a.cJet 'seeTHE .M

.c-> Owe a COST:: prey ...... ... $1 7. 99 5 i I I CflCAT HMNWAY P KFORM RS Cfl.vnbt. Cllor.lfs. sy II. Conrafr. Conrtito i a e

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,SAARCADIAN: Arcadia, Florida, Thursday March 5. 1964 '

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Smiley Files -1J'i";' 'lV ., Council Nocatce Big i

,.. Jtf .: : Af City Day11estiva i
.1 (Continued from pace I-A)

To Oppose Mayor, Raul; PJ; Speer. BoqrMwon' I Set
th .x 14+ f r week for the post held bv
I II r Frank SchaubW. : t'..._ thj late Wallace F. Holton. .h'cxt SaturdayThe

I He will serve on the finance
\ M. (Mickey) Smiley Jr.. II committee. Nccatee Big Day Folk

28 of 1107 Sixth Avenue. West. b Council authorized the city ..\stival wiU be conducted on

I Braclenton. filed Tuesday police personnel to takepart .Saturday. April 4.
( j jI jt in the fire arms instruction The program will be from ip
morning in Tallahassee ..
) a I course. Larry Lawrence of De a.m. to 6 p.jn.. with fun for 1
candidate for the Democratic Soto Gun Club and Judge the old and the youngsters.

nomination for state attorneyfor I Uordon Hayes will give the In- .

i the Twelfth Judicial Circuit t struction. Lawrence will handle There will be a Field Day

ii I the equipment phase and from 10 to 3 p.m. under the I
i Judge Hayts the legal training. direction of Nocatec Ei.men-
Smiley is the
son of W. M.
.c. Athletic
The same course is to be givento ury DepartmentFrom
iI (Mack) Smiley, who served <>i members of Sheriff Lloyd 3 pjn. to 8 p.m. there

for 11 years (from 1946 to ; yti .. 1 Holton's staff..' will be a program of Country

I 1060) in the state attorney post In otheraction the council *>uu aura MAUaic" Festival.
his son now seeks. t approved a street licht near the Anyone that would like to
Smiley will !f 1 la asked to contact
Jv oppose the incumbent :- tea e high school agriculture building parUiipate
Frank Schaub for _, a 4 y' ,, #b 1i j jl' and the purchase of a Mrs. Charles NeSmith WA ii.
PENNY A POUT/Dj; fIUEk-tocal pound" as a fund-raising feature of the Democratic nomination hitiie i : two-way radio for the Dodge 9148 or Mrs. Ellis. McCall WA

Civil Aft Patrol plane befori taking the CAP. Over 1G.OOO pounds of "peo May Primary. ,_ fire truck. of the fire depart 0-1167. It will be held at the
II' off on" one of the mpedple" alr lift of ple" enjoyed the rides. Born in Arcadia, he has liv- f; x 'j ment.A l..o ..*_ ""\\)01. ihci will bea
ed in Dradenton since 1030. .... f .. request for waiver of electrical Historic Exhibit There will
tided offend for "a" penny a
lie attended Manatee County n" and plumbing examinations be hamburgers. Hot does.!
schools, graduating from Man s 4 j jl"AUt'l' for workers on the Federal It on to t ups Ice Cream and
,'0'f atee County High School. He housing. project was .e- Coca Colas served during all
Loss of Control, completed pre-law studies at fused. hours..Thj event- is sponsoredby

f '1 Duke University where he was City 'insurance coverage and the Nccatee PTA. '

i Arcadia; C.AiP.! Take Speed Major active in athletics and servedas reorganization of city: cemetery .

an Instructor in Spanishduring setup were sent to committee -
Cause; of Wrecks his senior year. lie attended for future reports and .

Stetson College of Law. consideration. D. H. S.
: Cagcrs
In assessiing the automobile .
''Meeting in St. Petersburg and Emory A for building
In Call request a per-
I Part accident that otcured: ; in Ve-
Law School In Atlanta Ca. mit the
buto County in the 12-month on Morgan property (Continued from page 1-A)
lie was president of Phi Delta which is the used
Griinsley car
period of 1943.: Sjt.: U. W. at the Paint Beach Hirh site I
I'hl legal fraternity at Emory business was rejected. It was
A Commander's Pall MeetIng C*. '.), Carlton I Jr., photographic ftnuuen, Florida Hi.hw| Patrol Chief Justice of the Honor reported that the business was Winner of the Region 4 tour1ney I
tiani.U failure tu have wui vie the following weekIn
'
sire olficer.Tli
at the nraden n-Sarllaot. Iiilurtinatlon Court, and graduated as a moved from a B-3 zone permitting -
a1 local. unit of the Civil VihiCle: under control and excess stat! championship play at]
> member of the academic hun- this 11-2 downtown
to
a -
use
was held with mtm .
airport Air' patrol meets each Monday ."e kpvcd as I two of the Gainesville.Last
or roll. business not authorizing
k her'g( the Arcadia CUvll AirPattDl night at 7 p.m. at 'the Yr."..i major factors: in causing: ac- He was awarded a fellowship used car zone lots. Mr. Mor-- year D..HJ5. was elim-.|
cidents. mated in state play by Mulberry
and,other patrol groups Center and persons Interested with the University of to be notified of the -
gan was ::
j'AINlIugh JM. Martin. Jr. when Yarbrough
a sen-
Thre were four fatal accidents was
In :''The ar.aetteiiidlnq.. In the program arc urges tu Miami Law School where he action and that application
) ior Is cadet of the an unabK because vI !
; during the year In De chemistry major captain David- to play : 'an
The, meeting covered: all ed9td.? finished the last semester of would have to be made for u
Soto County, Sgt. Knutsen son College HOTC. A distinguished military student injury.
types of. activities. ) participatedin said and two of them were attributed his graduate law studies with he is president of the Kappa Alapha fratern- zoning variance to the ordin- This is the first ;year the
an all "A" average He currently ance. This application would be
by lh CAP Including: prosbk 'have
to exccslv speed and state regional tourneys
'' 27 is candidate for the iy and vice president of Gamma Sigma Epsilon) national and '
na and plans for Air." Controversy use ol alcohol. One showed noimproper I a degree filed with the city: givento been schduled. Last year the'
search '.nd. ..rescue''programs of Master of Laws at the University honorary chemistry fraternity. lie is the son the zoning and planning winners moved
directly
planned I In, .this' area. to yield driving right-of-way.and one failure of Miami. of Mr.\ and Mrs. Hugh M.\ Martin, 711 I'urkview board for consideration and a into group state play.GUARANTEE. |
Tie Arcadia Squadron re Stirs Charges In 1938 he enlisted In the Road, Arcadia.News public hearing. called before
Thorn were total of 03accluents ...
eelved,lbl.h prisefrom Major} '' .J.. ... a U.S. Air Force Reserve, work- final consideration can be given -- --_ -
reported in the county -
Kternan, Sarasota Commander ed as an administrative specialist the measure.It .
Counter-charges by Patrolmen and of that
for their program" aeverhlSundari numbr. 61 sustained injuries. and graduated from the was reported that the !
Air Force Administrative Tech- building permit application was
aaowh.nheSqu.d
From Ft.
The' popular route used bymarjy Sgt. Knutsn said. Oqden
ron .entertained with a I Dar- nical School in Amarillo. Tex- not rejected because: a building
The mileage death rate for
B-QU..r.In4! .air, lift":': .pro.rim. 'DeSoto (County residents as. II* holds an honorable discharge could not be constructed there The Incomparable
t tflyingsvroelt the County six and fourtenthsIs
.pOo pounds ,ofptpple1 ,wht'rn traveling";to the Miami, from the Air Force.In but rather that until v.r"nee
*_. In Arcadia.. area,1;Ui SV 2T around the'south- bused on the number of addition to his law work MRS. VERA COLLINSMr. visiting her parents Mr. and would be granted the Gillette:

.s Atfendlng'th Sfs.ca bidet,'err ,'tend> -of ,Lake, Okeechobce deaths per 100-mlllon vehicle he was assistant. director of and Mrs. Russcl Heinze Mrs.\ Morton Livingston.Mr. building and property. could STAINLESS STEEL BLADE .

Ing Were- 71djor' Johni.Dowd.commanding : ;4s. Under attack from residentsIn mile traveled. cadet activities and Instructor visited Mr. and Mrs. Buntingof and Mrs. Richard Butlerof not be operated in the used
the.. Clewls ''area according The'Patrol Safety officer urge Tampa visited Mr. and Mrs. jives you morf* superbly
f Icer-of.th.-'A"rcadU of business law and public Auburndale of car business
1 '.group, pf Mrs Elesinor M r- ,to. '''I). ;>rtlcl.J 'which appeared oil drivers to use care In speaking at Admiral FarragxitAcademy last week. on Monday Livingston Sunday. After seating of Councilman comlortabl-shaves' per :
In qitwlston: News. driving to obey traffic rules Terry and Larry Tippins of blade than any other blade! .
the ; -
(an.Mr.;.i Barbara West;.'Rodt In St. Petersburg Mrs., Heinze attended the Boone on the city sov.rnln"bod
t n.,..Hollrutl Wvrth. ,Brobk. has been, open to and limit drive within safe speed lowing his tour of duty with D.P.W.C. district meeting in Vera Beach visited their grand ,., a resolution was passed 6 for 89. 10 for $1.45 '

ttiond; Cadet, comrn nderj ;an 1 ..the' ; paying-has: broken through employed as head of the Complaints ; the weekend on Sunday Holton it appears on page 4 ...... and.w d ._.N ,lie IOHI.".
-- . .. .... In:-hany. -places; with potholes Department of the week. \. also they all were dinner guests of of today's Arcadian. t*.. *o>... s. W....( lor. a MI. refMMb '
Mr. and Mrs. Heinze were -
.'*ist* or" CALa-:-..' appearlng'overnlght., the article Youths ArrestedFor Mackle: Co. and Oen.rat'bevel- In Sarasota recently on a Mr. and Mrs. Morton Livings ,

I' ; stated. "Vigorous. protests opment Corp., Florida real. estate ton.Mr.
Ol.LI'I.V .. J.. business trip.
har; :been made 'to the State Gasoline developers. and Mrs. Jack Hlggs and Elks Nominate
Mr., and Mrs. J. S. Simmons)
IloAdi Dcnertmnt by off with children of Jackson Miss., are
many familiar
I TIELEC1KIC' He became
of Winston Salem N. C.. MrsIte..ie
elate ..citizens and civic groupsOft criminal Investigation procedures hero visiting her mother Mrs Lodge OfficersAnnual
And Tool Thefts Johnson of Fort Meade.
: "' .,tO"dlto'1 of this road. Jerry' French.
by working summers as an
... '\ i ii 1 .X".- article:said that 11. M. Theft of tools and gasoline Investigator In the State Attorney' Mrs. Lenora Mulford Darnwell of Cleveland of- Mrs. Higgs came early last election of officerswill
I Mrs Evelyn be held at the Arcadia rim
Johnaon.district Bar- w_k to be near her father
SERVICE engineer from Waverly Groves was office here while attending fort Winder and Mrs. Nell
i toW, 'rortvedthe blunt of solved "last week when Deputy Duke Unlv.rsHy.: In the Jones and daughter of Bunker Mr.\ French whip underwent .Elks Lodge March 24. It waa.nnoufced"
Uu.".' complaints.. Johnson was investigation work surgery at a hovpltal In Port here today. Nominations
his
Sheriff Frank Clin. arrested course of .
visitors of Mrs.Ada
COA"P, hY'( were recent will be held on March
J. that local Charlotte.Mr. ,
< Keen. Livingston .9 and no member will be -
and Mrs. Morton -
Instruct to this roadmaintenance
: keep In the TRI. THRU MON.
I ANVTMINtt jEleatrfeal., ,. had already been arrested with several murder cases our and Mrs Newcomb of and and Mrs.\ ble for office unless nominatedat
M w'M ft4la .. units haw been a companion on previous charge Twelfth Judicial Circuit. CapU
*. WA .2 f Rose City, Mich., were dinner that time, or unless a nom-
," ;;' In as sa(-. condition as"possible. of Illegal possession of alcoholic Smiley has been a memberof guests of Mr.' and Mrs., Lewis Roland McCabe: were on a inee withdraws his

I _---r.- .._._. _" -- : beverages.The the Order of DeMolay. .la a Hoyt Sunday.Mr. fishing trip in Okeechobee Member name. be
I I '"n-...... were pickedup member of DeSoto Branch of and Mrs. George Tenantof Monday. present at both are meetings urged to and

j : : In the N' oca tew area by International Toastmasters Klsaimmee also visited Mr. are also urged! to remember that PIkMU,1INIloslal .

.\StationV1 WAR([ Prefr.ms Cline and Deputy Jimmy Watts Bradenton Jaycees and First and Mrs., Hoyt last Friday.Mr. Railway Express due for 1964 are currently due.
after the thefts were reported.In Methodist Church of Braden.ton. ; Ben Williams and Mr. Members who have not paid "1'18..
V; ..' lit. 4vi f' : other actions, charge of where h. serve as a Zeata were In Fort Myers last (Continued from page 1-A) for the year have until March
.
:.J. assault and battery were filed teacher of the College-Career Friday on business.Mr. of the
: most famous Slat to pay. Those not payingby .
if
iiii GiIMO
I .' i 1CIO :',H ..Y".1IiaI: Thursday night against Edward : Class.In and Mrs\. Frank Collins IJy the time of the Civil that time will be dropped ( dada-1iiilBl.
.
v l5B-ai I he acted as mem-
Williams and Kenneth
Lesley Ann and Tracy Lee ofCI..ter War. express companies were from the roster. Lodge secretary I iII 1M..r..;;
local chairman for the Young .
Stone after a tight at a bership were weekend crlaa-crosslng the East and Virgil Christ said.
bar, according to DoSoto County Democratic Clube of Florida. .srw 1E IIEILa.MsElae...
Mrs. L U.
: : guests of Mr. and had by combination of .
WICK DAYS 7AUgt0AY CHANGESCHANQBm Sheriff Lloyd Holton. While serving In this capacityhe
.. .. Collins and Wanda. road and stage lines : rau-1 .
The officer called acted' as organization chair- 1-
..-. a Mien A w.Na..' were Mrs Kohn and Mrs. Wal- ed both toasts: REAL ESTATE
-'UDAV when the fight broke out and man for the Manatee County worth were In Sarasota last Intense competition had reduced -Plus-
E .,.. "wMMM' .,ce .a.N4,.'saes. the two- men allegedly tried Young Democratic Club. One Friday evening. the number of Sec Us For I
to fight again alter being takento year later the club was eelect-
1- the
... WM.... SATURDAY CHANGES the J.iL8tone ed as the ")'Iuat Outstanding Everyone enjoyed covered Ittu seven major compan-I Good Buys
M..ry'.& a.e '..... wi.te wWe ........ Democratic Club In wish supper Friday evening tions In laiT.. These i

a, .r jmt h.a.M It/-,. ;/ !.*....>.... .....* f Jra *-.. General. was Hospital taken' and to Arcadia later Young Florida" and at the National also at the the hymn baptist sing.A church. and of unified the i>s Federal the American' Railway -.I HOME sadBUILDING VISTA iSIOHAll'RED

U... ; ''SUNDAY transferred to a Sarasota Hospital Young Democrat Convention, covered dish supper sponsored Express Company' In 1918.
t. :: w.etae with a badly damaged was selected as the second most aIT.-
: by the Farm bureau was whirr<< was purchased by the
......, tw.rir, tact N..M.'v M ''' i w...... jaw, according to the Sheriff outstanding club in the United held at the school house last railroads In 1939.: >> GROVES ACREAGE .
...... II' Mw3. Arresting officer was Deputy Slates. Saturday' evening. There was M :: -
Johnson the
1..1 said
: .. w....... "Today, LEWIS AMBLER
... received the
.. .. 1MI Smiley
::: :: a. ) awe =? sheriff Frank Cllne. In good attendance and plentyof Railway Expreas maintains I -
t;;; ........ .. w....... ......% .rte award as "Outstanding Student god fund. 8.100 office and terminals. ..).altr fee 10! Year H'TCHCOO<'1I
..,...... ... M ... a wwNN Democrat of Floe
L.... ... .wt Young Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elmer and coordinate all forma of AssociatesMORRIS TO CATCH
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... Seaman Rodgers at the State Convention.He .
"w .. ida" Thornton Sunday were: Mr. ra.... highway ocean and ..Irtr.mpo..t I
Mail ..
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Maw' a-.. 11a 11--- L.! currently .U practicinglaw II. LEVSKY A TH11El
t' and Mrs\ Charles llarrclaunand
.. .. w.r,. to link shippersconsignee
;:; .;;-1 Course
f e'I: Maw,:M a....: : =/ Finishes In Bradenton as a partner Claudia of Fort Myers anti onl1 n Street and --
III .,. with his. father In the firm of Mr. and Mrs Eddie Thornton I TLCNNICOLOIAUCT1ON
0. ... T. Itodger Jr.. seaman U.S-A. with pick-up and delivery HUGH M. MARTIN
...: "' .. "' ...... II Smiley Jt* Smiley./ Grren.
) \: w...... USN son of Mr. and Mrs ot Fort at all principal points in
--- ftN tt t- In announcing his candidacy.' >O S..th O.S.I. AV .
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WEDNESDAY CHANGES s iTm"vt.rrnttm. the ..ubm.rl1SS Trout, without ptaclng' the bulk of responsibility Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hancock
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Would a medical school invite 1 INDUSTRIES WITHOUT !
a an abortionist to address '
student doctors? Would a municipal By ROBERT MOKRIS 1' / FEDERAL AID

fire-fighting school allow U Thank the Secretary General i
sn arsonist to state his of the U. N-, said In January :
Views! Would a college>> of bus- : "The war we have to
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Intss administration give a wajce today has only one goal
platform td an embezzler? and that .la to make the world !
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'' The answer to each of these safe for diversity.1*

questions Is. of course: "No." 11 Our late President In his important -

The lawbreaker and the criminal x,s i -. i r American Universityspeech '
mind, the conspirator and said "And U we can- )
the knowing doer of evil have not end our differences at 1 .
Do'place in a teaching: institu least 'we can help to make theworld 4,000w ibO )

safe* for diversity." toss
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.LIOn.Thejs why Should communist President Johnson's first a OF f 1' ,
official be Slate of the Union m.Aceread "
allowed to address : Tor our ultimate goal Is .
the students world without war, a worM p
of a made safe for diversity." '
,%e rsntf: hash len.IV.has Joined the| IUI of
C university onuniversity 'You'd enjoy them even more If ifenry were her* Two days later Dean Rusk
He knows how to work the projector." said: "The reality of a world Kate pe.tel| Ihat the br*|way lo overcome economic a

property? Again of great diversity with many through loral bol-l-alrsi| oprralions.
the logical centers of power and influence
' answer is Is coming into better focus. ;

that such a /loral "DlvenltIn. their context.of '
Cynr.i/
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!c person should C course. is the difference between Valiant the Namo of : '

not be permltter School Boards Veto Communism and libertyas Add Hazlvton. Pa., to the list of unsung l )
to use a university for we have known It. When communities

his nefarious purpose Curriculum Control' the United States guarantees Along with other locnlmu whose
many :
a world safe for diversity. It ia
.Yet in North Carolina whu.the. in overcoming economic ullvenaUy 'wit hout : : '
i assuring the leaders of the
legislature enacted a law Arlington Height ((111.) Herald .
nid hu\e virtually unacclalmc l. I : '
of Soviet Union that It is work. gone :
banning communists the at state apearance facilities, State Superintendent of Public: Instruction' Ray ins' for a world safe for Communism conclusively pruvnl that stlf-hclp rather than

"liberals" have teamed up to Page recently announced formation o( a committeeto at let to the extent ington gold t pnnlden the soundest means of l
condemn. the legislative act. prepare a course of study in "Comparative International that It now exists It Is certainly ins economic reiuthilitution. :

They preach the silly. notion' Political Systems" for the state's high schools an abandonment of the Eight years" ago lUzlotnn was dealt a 'p
that academic freedom is somehow lie said the committee's main purpose would be to Incorporate traditional American policy of when a hurricane flooded its coal mines ,
.impaired if a communist into the curriculum subject matter about the extending of liberty and most of then out of commission :

Is not 'given 'the same platform international communism. freedom.of It .la an coexistence.official: embrace throwing half of its work force out of jobs. Li1)A! )

offered to respectable citizens.: Tho proposal was welcome. Many schools cither Out It"peaceful does not take this' of bomouning its fate and appealing for federal

How tX h absurd communist can people get? have shied from treating communism In the classroom analysis of the use of the "safe] ance, the community's IO.OOO residents rolled (
pointofvtsw
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have done inadequate job. sleeves and plunged into an intensive boot-strap
Is, not just the point-of- or an for diversity" phrase to dem \ .j
vtow"of another political party. nut some of Pace's initial actions: created concern onatrate that the Stat. Depart ery program.. ( !
/. "the communist .Is. by. virtue of .He appointed a number of respected educators ment has surrendered the guuf' Under tho vigorous Icudorshlp, of tho. ,
his beliefs and the conspiracyIn to the committee but showed hesitancy to also rep. of "victory" in the world. Struggle. -* Icton Chamlxr 01 (;mmcrce an nrgnnl/atlon ... j |
which he Is engaged an enemy resent groups and individuals whose interests .have Our official policy, as wo nl with the upi'HMTiato title of "l AN 1 DO ", I )
II .o( free'society<< .. long tended toward Indoctrination rather' than. edu- have written before In this to entice new industrial enterprise to locate in l :
column is to work for
a merget't -
; Well -kerne persons may say -_ ton. The funds to support offers of 100 'per' rent"
.with the Soviet Union
we should know our enemies.Indeed' cation.The under ing of raised '
new plants were locally through
appointments included: State Sen. Paul l nroylesIt.lfount the framework of the United
we'ahould.. Out It Isn'tneoesary
to submit to a propaganda ( Vernon). leaders of, veterans groups and Nations Our.pulley. planners tions by utilitkn. tanks stores and ln ll>| (
through the solo of Ijnnds. (
speech in order to members of a right-wing study Jf1'UUJn.. Broyles'
'' "_ The effort paid off handsomely. Today ( :
understand the nature of the appointment seemed 'particularly reprehensible. 'acthe : This f. for diver : )
Its sity" tag .is a more euphemistic' has 14 new manufacturing mmpank, and ".
and
communist: movement supporter of the John Birch Society and similar .
gloats: The overall communist Hroyle has been an advocate of statecensor- way, of saying: ,what might Jobs have been created reducing the t
groups. .come the American people to toll to a spcctsble! H cent. .
position ..Is to be found in the of textbooks for "un-American" content. He head- per .
ship
the truenature of our policy.A .
writings} of Lenin. Stalin and It .Is tix bad thAt the successes of
ed an investigation 15 years ago of alleged Communist glance around' the work,
lea contemporary theorists. Anystiident'cadrgo Hazlcton are ignored' by fvilcntl I planners The .
Influence at the University of Chicago and snore .
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to the libraryand and st the home front quickly scorn bent only on extravagant spending of .
learn the character. of the recently authored a loyalty oath for teachers. :and other reveals that we are not funds in trouble snots( rather than )
making the world safe fur diversity
ctornmunlai doctrine. lie can public employees. conventional triud-and.truo nulfhclp, formulas for solution : ;;
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read the speeches of NikitaKhrusoctoev Page also announced that state accreditation might .
nomic ills. v ,
of that word. Communist ""
Only r
sense -
who heads the international be denied l to high schools ,that do not comply with the
r conspiracy as well diversity' is being .atended. .... .. .. .. .* '." .
...- *" -: + program prescribed by the committee. .--, : ', : (
= ** .the SoViet Stale, and those ? tt. ( (
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In'8Ome states 'legislators' have prescribed' how "
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of *easer communist officials.jj Poi> mstance, when President -
As- a matter of fact nothing6r.ventg communism racial relation and other subjects shouldbe Tshombs) disagreed with. :loa :air loTortugas ela '
thoaf persons in taught. The voices of opposition stilled by fear of the U. N. and our Slate Department y <

North Carolina' who think students recrimination have been few and in !ectJ".. The, opposlte on the degree of autonomy ,
should be exposed to real was true in Illinois. within a Congolese rader.Uod I '

five communists. to hire s hall The Arlington District 214 high. school board'play- he became U object' ,. '
in tae town of Chapel fUll or of U. N, Jeta and mortars supplied Hold
ed a leading role lit raising questions about.. the advisability .
elsewhere and have Communist by" United Slates Oiobmasters. *-
Parts officials give speaches of some of. Page's actions. The school board & { "

tp t students to bear. There's no critically atudied Page'a recommendations and formu- Her In the United Stales My RUSSELL KAY victim of the fever, but : "

law against. that In North Car- lated its objection It asked the Illinois Association dissenters from our esecuUve The average person considers: covered' .... was later pa "
caib, *.: of School Boards to adopt a resolutilon empbasUlng policies are equated with "hat &
West the, southern limitsof President<< Johnson. ) .
& What, the North Carolina that curriculum decisions< law bars Is the use of state level with the state only playing an advisory role. The bas written that twentyone Florida, but the truth ls the The espreaslon chic : '
property as a platform' for IASI1 recently supported the resolution. million Americana belongin : boundary of the stale' extends was Mudd ia based w.. '
communists. It prevents communist to be thinking along the mental 1 .InaUtutions becauaeof .1 I miles further. west .U* include esperienc at this Itlllll'' ., t.j
officials such as National Page now appears same their views.Meanwhile. I tar whose |lfe was ) ,
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Party. Chairman O u sHall lines. lie recently issued a "statement of clarification" Khrushchev must the Dry Twt". s and his heats broken :

or National Committee in which he assures that the committee's recommendations .- be Jubilant with all the* assurances. group of coral Islands, given he Innorently ", / (
Member Herbert Aptheker. will be advisory only. lie adds that no school. dis. : He "never had It sogood their name by" Pooce de I ron.It profession In .the service .

front-'being given the honor trkt will lose accreditation if it fails to adopt the recom- *" was 'In rU.rlda waters near tallow. men the victim .

that .Is associated, with an appearance mendations. He has assured Mao Te-. the Dry Tw...... that the United unre.M >nabe: hate of '
at s state university. A study such as Page. has recommended Is always tong: in these words, on July. Slates Coal Guard re- flamed rwstlnn. seeking .. .
;,i Whatever speakers are chosen : welcome. The government can muster many more 14. 1M3: "We (the Soviets"" ) Mud.l. was never fully ( '
.to address a university student resources than are available' at the local level.. Federal fully stand for the destruction. cetitly/ capluretl the Chen fUhIng ".,..... .11.|| pardon was ) .
vessels and .Stales. Cant
'body should be there because of imperialism and rapitaliam on HI.. humanitarian .
sponsored study ,have produced significant ad-
they will contribute to groups We not only" believe In the In- brbwtht them U* Key Westwli during' U.* Yellow. fever. l t ,
\anrm in the mathematics and science curricula. ..... turned (
the education and well-being lank but we are doing every- r they over role Relatives' hv g.t | .
of the student. To be asked to But once a government body begins dictating howa evltable destruction of t.p....- to norki suthoeiUva for trul.Allhoush mountain. of facts that ,, .
give speech at a university. subject should be taught it .is creating a dangerous Ihlng/ for this to .,. arcnmpltoHed sefclum. visited tyttMtrtsta .hla. l tnteicei In recnsnlU i, I !
In North Carolina or elsewhere precedent. We have seen too many examples not to be as .anon a. possible." dYe tu lwk of .Iranssa .- facia.In &
is commonly and rightly wary. Who was not troubled by. the reaction of the Despite these and. other .*- ont1lMlo, ,., .I..c,.,..... ......... I.M a revolution" .. .
regarded as a privilege and supposedly' / educated white student body at the University swranre and despite. the patent twcaufU M flee Dry Tuetu** (Continual o lest, ; : ,
err opportunity." Neither the of Mississippi during. the stay" of James Meredith collaborate' between" the and .. tHMtaUIfcmal .. .....-. a. Ne.1 ..... believe there Will bo no nw.
prlvUg nor the opportunity" ? Mississippi, like many" southern states, has long two partners .In crime in Cuba.ZancltMr. Munwn rvrnl by the United clear. World. .. War. llwvr, 'urrovenl
should be. tended to a communist dictated how and what its schools' should teach. about Yemen and In other Stale iMpartmenl .f .the In* tuch. a nodes. wag..woiiMMt
; who detests all our race. The students" minds were dosed early/" long before Soviet target areas our ai.- toner. ft Jttfnt was p....... all l.adleuf children em"
Aftoerrtan Values. and who reached the Alternatives re4lad eaperta beep aceetilwatinc ned. as a military base In do* great danger In :c.""", uA"""'"{ '
seeks the overtarow of the they university. they fenas t ( Ute American continent
the "complete". split' between > I daub If say reader' o*. thin
republic, by violence If esteeasry. should have. been allowed to consider were n r>cr advanced the ewe Only' In this way" soil the g.iganti futtifleliona *- J ryr rolumn. will over ... kWorkV

they ,......U./ for the A r>*t- were InUtwied. lo rival War Ill oo a ........ ami"...'.',
.K Aside from tKese conslocrsUona. Education should always-* a free and open Inquiry frae people what are .' there .U the fact that (Continued on Page. -W. ) *.. w, Ml null'*! w.... ........ rvliflouo. prlMleJeo. bv; ..thA'Ku..na
eammwruat* .do not speak the An |s.. anu was )o years lathe ...... co. have k.alaa.i
ts-wUt. and do at believe bIt. bulklirts, Tudsy .It is In* They know. ,, Ihaa W.,* .*wql{
.'Th.. a .. part of the canummkrr Lrg...*( betiding. In. 1M Wes$- Ill .bawd oa, seine.. 'attsesi../
-* s..nM.... Cumiauiiawnoeys .-. STKfCHY eras Itevnlspetete, ,y tls+ ,, ; would bo o drvsolatinsT Moo"1... '
that truth .to merely a Q ,. MJSJKCSS tyi liwlut.Ils4I Used by" Uk* raneral.. govern Ihem so. well. ,as 14 .... yns. >'
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fwoction of the party's needs. : snenl a* m .//niHUry petaan SJMTln young Ana........* talk In faeos*
It'a*-enoeupwlaUd to meet. the I 7 ...., Use ..... s>< and follow. rvwR >5-- .>M .- b3 e( ...,.............,. TIM7:: .
demands of the party.r ". /Vrccr I *n< the Civil War n wee here zftf5S """ ? pear .k* bl!.vo I that .....,..lt
r Therefore.' a mrveroity that rrJXdltar 4I thai Ur, saea* | A. MuweV.wtM !! t G! s e."THE the Unilod. IN1s1''' tv11I) ssedti '

sflioo communist an opportunity set the leg: a.C il 1' *as...l.* J nnItoutn ally beset saws soeteFndg.i
.o address a rud.*t $ W&Ilia lake..g the aasa.da.twl rolls Itusais will kosoiojo.morolcapitaltotw.
body Is knowingly aHoarlnei. *savCrwUi i,<; T" tJrv of Prnijlifet Lasne ,This May bot/Mt'{ I
.. be vwMed en campus $ :1 TD- Ark 5 eats. ... Iwlbf larhaad.It but soollleoias. lo toetducTsurfi ;
fee the express) piirpaoo. ., --, F4 ;...: i Ica '-_ rai.btWie4 bea'y FAMOUS... an .peelmeltl.A4. b.-..... ,,
eaactrtoatang. ywtkor eUssert- : # Theo An da.a. : ,.-....... ........ Ihaslessd 1IATIJIJIUII NsG At16T.JONN trying. so ror* 'ottend tfHesy*.f
Meg< reel snuetfcpae end irasoo*. 0. JsnesMf '. : nW A,,",,". IH. was Mndwepl.lrr.. hedlrl $ AUts so.Ii' gush. s mature l eloper***napes
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...za.e that to allow. SMC.* a,, .. rd the trim> >*t haws rh that .**.wa. a.*,*. f i0/'O4 $ DSAt ...., ... vtsjsoi' / ';
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Prayer WEDNESDAY ServlceTTUO. pens!:.< q X r 1'1 yt ,, CHURCH Or... JESUS: CHRIST .
LATTER DAY SAINTS
Sunday School: 10:00 a. m.
obarts -Grady: Funeral Home PORT OQD N* APriSTCHURQbii Arcadia Womans Club

I 24 hour Ambulance Service R.v. J. Ollhreath ., a Sacrament Cortex Road Meeting Bradenton 6.-OO pjn. Nocatee Cities ServiceCities
Sunday School 10 ajn. __ Service Products
Joj N. Brev..d Ave. WA .-4101I' Morning Worship 11 a.m. _j THE CHURCH OF CHRIST Meets Groceries Ice Bait .
Union 8JO Corner and Whldden
Training : p.m. Hickory Fishing Tackle.
r Evening! Worship 7 JO p.m. SUNDAY N< l WEDNESDAY Bible School 1WK: ..m.
!' Prayer. Service& 7JO: p..... V_? wV + w- > Morning Worship 11:00: ann.r .
: :. ; Evening Worship SJO
Bill Kelly SOUTHSIDB---BAPTIST- WEDNESDAY p.m.

ao Y.ara Experience In Livestock CHURCH V L Evening Bible Study '7JO: p.m.
Dealer and Order Buyer South Hlllsbereugh Avenue ( ".- ._._ ., We Invite YOU to worship DeSoto National Bank t
Of".. Ph. 8.148Res.. 8. 248SUNDAV ri with us.FIRST.
Box JOOtf Arcadia WA. 8-2581 \( -
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Sunday School9:48: a.m. k. With .
SUNDAY Serving DeSoto County
Morning Worship,11:00: ajn.' r ., '
y 1 Sunday School 8:43: aon. 'Progressive Banking Since 19O7., q
Training Union 8:18: pjn. "
Morning Worship 1130O ajn.
Evening: Worship 7:JO p.m.
SUNDAY
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Van Petten a Son WEDNESDAY Kvengellstic Service 7JO
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Mld-We.k Worship 7:30 pjn.NOCATEE WEDNESDAY

Funeral Homo '' CHURCH ,OP GOD r Prayer and Praise. Service

21 Eo Oak Street W8181 SUNDAY A ., r p Lefebvre Electric Service Co.
Sunday 8chooll0:00: ..m. The rood thing about the season;? Is that all we have to do Is wait. We CALVARY BAPTISTCHURCH ; J.J
Morning Worship llrOO: a.m. Electric Supplies Sales & Service
my' not Uke the, weather we have now but something different will come ,
Evening: Worship Top pjn.. .I' H 7O East Moto ft Pump Repair
I TUESDAY soon.,experience, a treat variety1 weather In a dozen months* Ohw.y ( '
Rev. Rlee, Paster 25 W. Magnolia WA 8.8201I .
I Prayer Service 7130 "p.tn. It's a great consolation to have this mighty spectacle: of spring and SUNDAY

., LaJshlei'Farm Service Inc. .THURSDAYYoung autumn sun and rain day and night continually unfold around us. Sunday School 9:45: ..m. .1
People Service 7:30: Pm.NOCATSE Worship 11OO: s ra.
1\, Oardell Your "PUIUNADealer and rann' Supplk s It's the dependable rhythm of nature the ebb and flow of seasons, theMorning.' Ulan 4JO': p.JD.

t J. ,ft. Dnval'4..0ffta4I.. WA 8.6321p BAPTIST beauty of earth and sky, which give joqrv.lives a firm around tone. Evenin Worship 7:30 pan.Tl ... ,. -

Taylor 81.. ti: t* Ga. NFt,9.6171rv. ;, t \ s off t $Ni i i.+syY r' !JJii..'-. t-.nltY' Sa not a ''nature religion.It ftnds the revelation of God V -Prayer.:,WEDNESDAY Service,JO: >p-as..?. ... 1: -'h: Boone Electric

I 8unda"'Schcwt\'e:41, : : .....-: .lot;,I nafiire aloiva/but even- more in bum tt, personality our own, as'the a.TH.L'M'i iON Electrical ContractorLAMP
Morning Worship 11OO: ..era. children, ot.,, 08. and supremely In Jea s.as the Son of Cod. RY MAINTENANCE
BAPTIST CHURCH
Evening:Training Worship Union 8:49 7:49: pjn p.m.*: That Is why' it Is necessary for us to' become an Important part of ills- East Cyareee St. 4kNerth I ARCADIA Call After 4 P.M. WA ...421
ChurCh.- i ,....re Ave..

} :, Sunny South Pocking Company FIRST. BAPTIST CHURCH We can get In the mood.to understand the presence of God when we Sunday SUNDAY School! 9:49: ajn.

,1 Rev. Slieaeersl Bryan, experience the quietness of j the woodlands or hear waves breaking.against Morning WonhipilOO' : .
ii Arcadia. Florida N. P.iN &'. .kery 'the cliffs, or*look heavenward at';the1 billowing clouds. But It la not;enough Evening Worship 730; p....

t Sunday.Behoof UITSAY M8: .... .. to get In a mood/We muaV/oln! I In the cpmraunlon and fellowship Prayer WEDNESDAY Service 73OMosv4ay ,.''iI. Taylor's Superet'te. ', ..t "
of other believers In to obtain pas.
1 Morning yontafp 11AO: a.m. order, our purpose and faith. "
1. Training t 'Unlsttf 8:4S: 'pjn. 4(1" '; lf''b Come,,.let us go Into the.Ilous. of. the Lord. BROWNVILLE, BAPTISTCHURCH 90S W. Hickory WA 8-8381

'J Evening Wnrsnlp r.OO: PJBU' / .'/ t v. Where We FeatureSPECIAL". Week- ,' End: I: ;:
Fussell's Frozen Food Center WEDNBKDAY:: Ccpyrlal'I lsE1. K.l.t.r A/twrtl.larnTie.g ma.Rtrrharr Va SUNDAY Prices Six Days A Week "'r
MidWeek Service 7:39NOOATCK : ...... Sunday School : ant

m.-wn.. ....s Lot a- B..te TrstngChoi. _#_ _V Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Tkersday Friday 'Saturday 14 Morning Worship. 11..:....... ',1
P.aln's Jeremiah Aster Cerlnthlana Epheslaaa Hekrewe J PeUr' VV
,,_ I"or" Your Lecker .11ome. PV.ea.vvCar1Mrcm METHODIST t9t10-H 81:31-97 !t1-eT 18:311.10 aX new Dc.4 WA 1.4731Smith's CHURCH Evening Worship JO= pT"s
SUNDAY __ WEDNESDAY
Sunday' BcaoofKHW: ...... .t Prayer Bible' Study 7:JO P.... P. W. "Bud!.' Skates 'Roofing,.Co. V
Morning Worship llrtX JO. AHCA'-
Youth 7.30 REVIVAL Service
pm. Complete Roofing
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Nn"TH HILL.aOftOUGH MT. EPHMAIM BAPTIST CHURCH OP.THB NAZARSNE '
TABERNACLE
WEDNESDAY Route 3 Box 3WJA "WA 93184
X-Cel Store Pryer. ltwYic 710' ; ...... BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCHIn Hert'hUe aid Qlsee *** W. 0.1e ....... < 'Nocatee .
r ... SUNDAY Warehouse)
C Merab.e et the leathers ( Ow. ) UDdenomlnational Full Ooepel '
i' lWtu.. ..s J'eedaRanrh Supplies Cenventten) SUNDAY Sunday" School 9r49'ajn, Sunday School 10OO: am.11x0 .
Saddles llal....,. BridMe. PIR8T, CHRISTIAN. CHURCH Eta Nerth. HlllseereusH Ave. Sunday School 10OO: a.nv. Morning Worship 11:00.: jsu Morning Worship ales .. VS
:.'4,814391 In w. Magnolia East Maple Street ,In'Villa/ Rise Area.... PleeMa Morning Worship ItAO: ..10. N.Y.P.5. 8JO puns. Prayer for tte; Sick
Brother M. Butiter Weekly Schedule. Services.) TralntngWUnl4i! 4JO: p.m. Evening Service TJS pJsw KvangeUstle Service: TJO pJa.
8UNSfJk .. SUNDAY '73O p.m. TUESDAY _
Bib!. Srhoil|SjSl .... Sunday School 9:41 sun. WEDNESDAY: Clstug.7Pray. Meeting. TRINITY1 METHODIST First Federal Savings & Loan r
R' Morning WorslpliO4} aids Messing Worship ll.-OO e.... Prayer Service 7JO: p.m. ... CHURCH I. Association of DeSoto ala
Junior Church 10:45..... WEDNESDAYPrayer ... County
1 Training; Union 8:30: pjn. CHRISTIAN. SCIENCE Week Oak at Oree.e Ave
.Doug Henry's' Youth Meeting 8SO: pjn. Evening Worship 7J: pjn. Meetuxg TJO .... Rev. Raymond Heyee Arcadia At "The Sign eC The BJdock"
Services are being held by .. 1
Evening Worship 7:3O: pjn. WEDNESDAY SUNDAY -
ur'. M allELL- _VIOl 4 With The- Chimes
3 MeeUng and Bible an Informal! croup of Christian. Sunday School 9:43 ajn.Momtec .
AutAu b Jfn! rK \ Frayer CHURCH OP GOO :!
e ,,"irecb o Mid-Week rfr Servke Study 7:JO.pjn. Scientists on Sunday mornings& Rev. Neeen J. ........ 'Worship/ 11:00: .....
at 11 o'clork In VFW HsIU
Stin.e, Ave. WA 8.4792't :00 the MYT 8:IS p.m.
taN O.k Street
on East Cypress Street opposite sr..I... Worship7SS;. : > ......
OAK HILL BAPTIST CHURCH the water tower. AU Interested PHeea WA S>SO01 THURSDAY
SUNDAY' SUNDAY .
TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH are most cordially" Invited
N..... MljbAve. ODday nooVlftOOnjn.A. : to attend Radio BreedeaeL 8JO .... Evening.1:00:Prayer.... Service Rolls' Service Station Ij
a C. CsUafc-Trutxr Massing Worship 11:00: ajn.smrnlV Sunday School: f IS ajn.Mermlnc .:.-- Standard Oil Products' AUaa Tin
'Wood's Super Market Training Unless C3O pjn. ARCADIA ..VIINTH-OAY Worship, II am. PIRBT PRESBYTERIAN anoT BsattertceWashing
BeenUwr Worship ,:30 ..... ADVENTIST CHURCHPaster Evening Worship. TOO: pjn. Grresin Tire
Repair
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Sunday 8cheoWO.; O .... WEDNESDAY Ra1n i J. Larave TUESDAY:
..'. 0.Da. 7 830: am. to 7 pan,. Opp City Hall Oak and Brrrard WA S-4XI :
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Setvkin. .... Service 1J4 HMhery TJO
1rrldW'a 8atntayti uo sun. Morning : Player psis Prayer Meeting pja. SUNDAY *
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1 WEDNESDAY! CHURCH OP THE BRETHRENPrayer Ssbbsth School YJ Jt.. TJO pun.METHODIST Se..t.7 B MeeUng7JO: Ave.Revw 9* ajn. Saturday _
pjn. B. Hlekeey at MIII + TJO pjn.
.. Reeert 1... Byre, ....... Church. Service II a.... MVAKKA CITY Evening Player' ServiceWEDWESDAY
WEDNESDAY ,
BT PAUL' OLIO -' SUNDAY METHODIST CHURCH .
<' Hlrt Distributor '. CH" BTaMny School lOrOO.Morning ..... Prayer_Meeting_ ,_7 J p.... ..... L. W. Celhert. ....... TJO pjn.srr. Arcadia, I Hardware '.
BI.II ...... oed W..ld4enCasjday Worship llflO: ..... MIAKKAMITMOOItT, Sunday School. 1OO9: a.jsv "

BAL-r.rJ PRODUCTS u...... T and II ...... CHURCH MorningWorship.. Ills ajn. PLEASANT BAPTIST I .
> DAIRY Aeeada{ P11teMa ._.
: 't4 -o.ft 1a. Beet ,- set s.L .."-C' Weekday Mace 7;>e ant PINE LBVSU Rev, L. W. Cerkeet. Pastes Bible SttHty. 7 JO: pjn. CHURCH < : I .q.
&u.bocw WA 1.3723i Ne Mase on Tuesday sad. CHURCH : Sunday SP..... ..SJM.Momlnx FRIDAYChoir Services, 284 Sossday In the I .t.'
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CIII toCI,I' J Thirty-nine March students 10 at De- PEat In Regionals At: Pam Beach


,, Soto County 111.h School plan .
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to take th- 1964 National Merit *' **
L y ., I It Scholarship Qualifying r5"t. Led by high scorer Jim Yarbrough with. 3-1 end. The Bulldogs will be leaving Thursday March\

Mr". Vincent L. DeShazo'ptfciclpal. ; .., points and with BIl' the Bulldog champions pouringin 4 and will play their first game Friday night. March
ar t announced': last VetkT the the Ridge Champs broke their 5 at 9 a.m. against Jupiter. Zephyr Hills and Pa-
scores scor-
The test will be administered hoke will tangle in the opener on Friday; night.
i 1 at the school: at 0:30: a.m.,Tuesday ing record last Saturday night, when they topped The winners of the two Friday night games. will

March: 10. All students Cardinal Mooney 10S-::S In the Area Tournamentheld meet on Saturday to determine who will attend the
,4 who wish to b
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Merit Scholarships gymnasium. A previous record State Tournament following
in 1903: must to take b* the awarded set by tho Bulldogs was 01. The DeSoto Bulldogs have, yet to win their'regional

test at that time. As: area winners the Bulldogs move to the Re- and state trophies to complete an even half

The qualifying test Is a three gional Tournament, inVest Palm Bench this week- dozen for the year. .
SADIE HAWKINS DAYj -*. That Club 'sponHOred ''event Saturday night hour examination of educational -
extra day this year was not overlookat the Youth Center. This is one of development. The hat is the "

ed by DIIS students.: The palsy Maes the rare .scenes snapped by Calvin first step In the tenth annual Baseball's *
and Lil Abners flocked to the Key Clouse,'nark photographer. competition fur four year Mfru
Scholarships provided by th(' In The Air
W" National Merit Scholarship .

y Daisy Macs Get Corporation aril by spuns."> wing By John Braxton. Lewis
corporations: lounxUtmns; When baseballs start to fly
) Lil Abncrs At Editorial colleges: associations: union:. about.
trusts, and individuals: And the umpire begins to
- Club Event Docs Your 1 Have The test scores of stud,ll' shout. ,
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Schbcjl Sport SpiritSchool who are examined in Mur.,h "}{e'* out Ilea safe;!. Its fouL
DeSoto High Daisy Mae and will be reported to their xh ">. Its fair.Surely .
((1)1f Lil Abners flocked to the Key fcpirit JoeMr plnd in hand with sportsmanship before May 13. The scores: ui s baseball's in the air.
I Club!! sponsored"Sadie Hawkins To, have really 'J o:x] school spirit you must be a used by counselors In many h, h He's oft and running' at the
done held. Jail Saturday night good sport. To display good J sportsmanship: you must schools to help, students niitk-- crack of the.,bat. _
at the Youth Center. have good school. ..spirit.pfany decision about collets an n- Boy can he runj: Look at him
1" Costumes were colorful and dance and field of stuuy. M..,.y scatt.
If unique. Marrying Sam did a articles have )Jeen written on school spirit. students who uu nut ."portU When he steals that base, he'll
iMedBog flourishing business and Dull-.. but ,a comparatively few have been Written on the win a acholarshlp take ih. tIn be taking a dare.
dogs Dark photographer Calvin subject pf $SPOllTSMANSIIIP.\ order to learn more ub'ji, Truely. baseball's In the air
Clouse caught: tome rare their Individual! ,strengths iweakness.s .< As poet John Lewis.'a sophomore *
'J demonstrations at the finishof Sportsmanship demand honesty fair play co lu the areas mtj expresses. it _urcly'
come of the ceremonies: : operation. competitive spirit' respect for authority and sired by the test. baseball is in the aIr Twenty

rules acceptance of responsibility and respect for DeSoto llljh School. baa pre. boys reported for practice all* I
t Interact 'Board others.. The true sportsman plays hard In order to win duced one finalist in the Mer\ t e if thq DeSoto-. ba bal) field on
but' nMnectwhls-oppo-nent. and 'accepts''hlr'defeat graceful .holurthip cvmpttitton.! IU_ Tuesday; Feb. :24. Of the 20

Names DirectorsInteract A,hunter who Is!;a'true'sportsman observes game Call Cordon, now. a aupnomure who reported. fifteen will be a
regulations at Stetson University, rueweus : selected I to play on ,the DeSoto
the new --Hotary- :; .. _.!gives.. .. hW Quarry, a fair ,chance.A > finalist award. High team.Baseball. '

sponsored, club 'at DHS. his ( person' does not,: have'' to ''be a skilled athlete or la being.coached by
t aelected I its Board. of Directors'; sportsman to practicesportsmanship..' In fact a less Bob Martin. The first scheduled
for thewremaJndtr of the.83-84 skilled 1 athlete>often-has the best chance to show sportsmanship. tame 1 J. March: 10.:
school -- -- -- --
2 S year. A-: person can show 'good sportsmanship In, FHA Members
The Ddard for Interact con, many 'ways.not connected with because 1,1101 f 'lOLUNKY' : .: t'HAMl'S: over Cardinal Mooney of Sarusota.
'Blsls*dent of the President. V I e.Pres e Is. .an important part .of sports of good, citizenship.sportsmanship Sponsor Ncvr'. MemlxirM of the DeSoto High Bulldogs DIIS capers left to right are EarlGuidry Growl Features
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.tar7.TrI.ur.r.! ,
basketball team admire the lat- George 'Latimer Tom
and three members-at-largw A student who,lose a class election shows good sportsmanship -
from the regular club membership by.congratulating. the winner. Safety ProgramThis : est addition to the trophy case. The Hughes. Robert Womack Joe Waldron. -
: past weak' the following Bulldogs won the Group 14 tourney .-(Hark staff photo) SuperlativesIn
\ 1 I Tim McAllister popular Perhaps'( one of the best definitions of sportsmanship girls: Jessie Barfleld. Kay trophy Saturday night with a victory
student at DeSoto High Is is the" code of sportsmanship of the Sportsmanship Kllsworth. Sandra Copeland

evident of Interact a member -. Brotherhood. Here are its rules: Caro? | Sue Waiters_ & Mary. Durt-
24 acher and Mebel Merger New Edition
jve
ot the Mlaed'CONI.ndSa >
Ta"t Vice-President/: AM "l. Kee p 'th, iu; lea. .... .t.t.J.i..L..illtJptAlHa .... : :\ ,""' .n.bvsy t..achulg stud.rtU) of ;
Hubert WtfrnncKT! linothef' 1 : : with y'ouncosrtr". .'1 1r1r"': m..fhTjlnd MietMUrtalSchuob ..Y,..tiJ : r Oym. ,*.4.Growl will feature
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3. Keep your temper. t' the safety tulcs for :Ji.
scholar here at OMS. .is Vic* ; : / @ four superlatives this year
A. Keep yourself fit. riding a bicycle:'The program
President of Interact 'and a J elected by the senior class. For
., ,ff. Keep heart la sponsored by the FHA and .
member of the Mixed Chorus : a stout in defeat ., the most popular the senior'
"flclorJ
and FFA. 0. Keep your pride under In victory. Jessie Darfleld is chairman. In d class elected for the boy Billy:
5n The office of Secretary 7. Keep a sound soul a clean mind and a healthy presenting the cnmpalrn. the ;; Wooten and for the girl a tie
Treasurer is held this year by body. girls have divided the program. h 5a! By SUE DURING Linda Stalnbrook and Sue Bor
{ da Chuck Newcomb.: Chuck takes. 8. Play .the game Into three parts. Jessie. San ....: .
.. dra and Kay first to the ing.Robert
part in .11 and Chefs Club, go Womack aDd Joe
The three Member -At.Large :Students At DIIS were asked their opinions' on miscellaneous classrooms .... exp tain i t h e Waldron were elected: as the
for this term are Mike Dawsey, topic'* concerning sportsmanship and school bicycle rulea Verballr.'lien the HI! Robert Womack Phyllis Clement Moat Athl Uc. The moat talented
lAw Ambler and Tom Ed Capell. students go outside to the bicycle and Steve Lewis and
11 spirit. This. is Martha Jo HU1 fillIng will feature Diane Bog-
; racks and Mabtl, discusses Linda Stalnbrook and
Jimmy
Q. What do think of DeSoto L In for our everfalthful. editor ..... soprano and Lou Ella
Mike 1. Secretary-Treasurer: : '* you High's school how to care for a bicycle and Yarbrough.
Rails, and '
of 411 and also s member off spirit r.A. fclves out safety .leaflets to i r Sue Dorng who is sick There was a party crasherat : the pianist Vocal Music accompanistfor Department -

the :Science Club. NANCY McDONALD think we've got real those who" own bicycles. The rr this week."Regional. the dance: Saturday night.' .
I good school spirit. Hut Jlke any other thing sometimes children then go to the sidewalk l Tournament here You would have thought that For their fourth superlativethe
nearest' enclosed street we C'Om.w." .. the : of th. the Beatles walked
we have It and an cry in, it turn-
sometimes Lat-
AudioVisualRoom we don't. Being a cheerleader seniors elected George
where Carol Sue :and Maryactually Bulldogs went all the way to ed out to tx only a oppossum.
has made m. aware that the students of DIIS really imer as the most friendly boy
show sthdent fans the almighty
the
students' hoW'to as Making his Saturday
night
1 1l In Use support their teams with all they've got ride with the help. of members Broken defeat Cardinal Mooney In the rounds, no doubt. and Beverly Roberta and MaulMercer .

A drab and dismal. "storeroom Q. I>o you think 'being a good' sportsman In the of the Safety Patrol.It Croup Tournament. The Bulldogs The song The Night has a friendly, girls.Group a tie. for the most
blossomed Into a clean stands Is Just as important as being a good sport on la hoped that through- the Record played a magnificentgame Thousand Eyes" surely seems
} t light colorful& audio-visual. the playing field? /::* program the Itud.ntawi 11 . and broke all records: to to be true if the word nights '

room for' use by DeSote High A. I1ILUY WOftTKN: -."\. ". the students In the learn to drive safely. alit follow Rodney 1 Iiolltn worth' a score" 104 points. Congratulations 1 changed to day. The school: St die
faculty and students.. all safety precautions. sophomore sharp-shooter on on winning and bringing seem to have a lot of private
stands reflect even more& on the school) than the play the B-s.|uad basketball team another. trophy to our school eye! And most of us will 'vouch' 0
,NA4r 4 for Starting DUB as a definite need ers on the field. Mare people notice an unruly crowd came In with another recordIn buys! All of you that can try for that. Soil Saving t tOn

orbed for, the use room and was given auth Its and think worse of them than If a football player Zle: am this year of record breaking.In to go to the Regional Tournament Robert Womack waa selected Feb. 28. Lester listener

first face-llfUng by DeSoto gets a personal foul called on him. : scoring 270 points this sea in Jupiter and supportthe to be -Mia School Bus- and Herbert McCormIck trans:
County maintenance' depart Q. Io you )itS has Improved Its schoolwplrlt t j Y y 1ffi son Holltngaworth broke the Bulldog last Monday night He was ported a group Of.<< boys' front
mend Mr. Carl Dradshaw. OilS in the I last ,,1 record set by Jim Yarbrough The Sadie Ilawkina Dance, chosen over an array of other the local' chapters' of ..-H and
Industrial. arts Instructor' and A. A. IUIU: thli' KI.I.Kll: : -"vrs. definitely! I ,t. with :34> points scored' 4 for s sponsored by the Key Club basketball beauties. His face FFA to attend soU conserva*
his advanced shop boys took' think DIIS) supporting the Bulldojn more g-- ; single. ---. wa a real big success. Some of beamed. with royal. light a* tioa demonstrations. Those attending
over and spent several days and more. However, the fans have become a bit Over. With his 270-polnt record for the "Daisy May. and Lit Ab- George Latimer placed: the two were 4-H Billy j Hsrrison -
installing WUod strips and cur enthusiastic at times v a single season. Hollingsworth ner" pairs were Jfanl Carroll majestic straws behind, his Danny Johnson IB 1 iii 1 1
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lain nooks. Q. how do i z a i: rfA had an avearge of 13-i points and Tom Ed Capell. Cindy ears.what Peacock,. a n d. Wayne Wertrt
To deaden sound and atop ) school spirit "AdaM east have had hi. per game The B-squad of Wright and Bobby Hamilton. ta UiU "Ray" of sunshine ITA Franklin Baxley. pavfcl
roaring In the room the DIIS A. I'KTK. : 11' OQ"I't... "I think school spirit l I" trwuble but h. never. had !I. v'A h Uo oil>> In, worth It. a meintr Gait Gad I and> Jerry' Patton that has come into Patsy Bruce. James Hall. Bobby
chapter of the National Honor supporting your acting at least halfway listen 'e t.e: talk' ahotil all \ r ;hat, the 'UM..A. with a Martha J., IUU and KefJi Mrk Weekly's life? Could this be Hamilton, perry McCalU Richard
Society purchased the sheet like adults while It tHe e/tKer ssen. she. rwuld. .hate 19 fa rccbfd.! *, l-l:i.3ua:: > Yarbrough and Ray Cro4s Mosely.' Mike ProvsU.. BID
Ins for the walls. Q. What do' you think sportsmanship means," and .nlrd.- We are glad to see that Bob Ste etxrttom. Billy 'Spires; and
Through the cooperative efforts 'do you think fits has u-, sportsmanship? Whithxk la walking without* *a Darryl 1 Trawicfc. \
hi of the county maintenancemen : A. LARrrTTE: YAJatROUGII< -"(king fair to the rast on his leg now.-but we are DeSoto was one of efverslsurrounding .
the DIIS Industrial arts opponents and treating Kiem with renpecU( Yes I be-. I sorry' tosee? out Bobby Hamtiion counties that p rticfpated -
classes. and the Honor Society dove that LVSot HlBTfhas) the best r hag. one on. his leg fol* in the Land Judging
Z an Audio-visual room has In the Ridge Conference..** sportsmanship -t- 1. wing .... Injury.. In Uu game Contest m Highlands. Harnmork.
i emerged. s.ora.yp/abL Stat. Park"' .Surf.tu,*.
M ff( JOEL. CORLRY: t j Just eisll Dumy. Johnson amount of organic !-ttet. ,
,;, :.-, Daddy txm.. Le1M' At least 'thick*** of soil, perm Uty.ereswet .
.. ':"t... .. .. n ..:. 7G ,,_ "J :...t"" 'I,". Ux M oputHm ., passing tnoV I< drainage and atope.were I
... I 1 A If'I N ... .' jE- ',;.tf" .., 11. :, <.. on seeing three k4 out the factor the boy Vn d-
L tJx.: < rear, wtndew of a station I I led. that Vtermined U.efelof *_

5 14 !. wagon., Osmny contrifcoUng the -< land. Tn *tu<*entsit.eclUte. .*
trY /, '-*. and Jaws eider and I I points b. Judging three different -
Hi.;WIt UrrTtaneacft
y caoUlbut-I I pieces .f land.ARCADIA .
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THE BULLDOG'S BARK In. etaaing. I would Eke; to 1
,. ''' tc oatiMNd CQ) pate S-B) ,
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\ Club DMVE M.. ,
(t .. Key Selects ,

.. ;; ,. 13 New members THEATJbt.I. I '!
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l'ubllahf'd' "weekly,, by the newspaper' staff of ', ', ,. 'x wsi ." At ISte- u. a.. ir. MONTH f fTMUNSDAV I
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rrSMlsi m* lt-ig last e Mlles
"AIA> DvSoto County High. School. Arcadia' HorkU I. ', t r....., -- o.e.... lilacs Keynhaaars :
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I ek. ". i l K t tr as......... Fr._ a. s t years SATUMOAV
t .. ...... The Haunted Palace .
LAW Bas.ler Rupert Smith : jS, they s-IrVnf
em. Latter. SorrvIU. ; .. itosst Th-ecaa. fig, ?towels vest Price i
Kditon-In-Chkf 'AssociateKditor& .., Ray OMS. .... Gerald. Oamer.
.. Rock, All
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1<...,?' .c."* rM ,,,,,-- .--_ News BUve Ka.A.. ,, ..... J. t.: .e new 0.0..urwbare....woe.... be Cat Outs""I'1toe MUWr bustle,and *t
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see ea. .. -- --- + ial lee glla. M.... __ rwh.n 1100 .
cry; lsasadtask ...
rat Oeeeeaa ..-..".-- -. ... .--_ Ceey' .tat. c....,. _, .......... c.aaper Attlf.e $WM9AV TU..DAV
... .-'.. .r.-,.. Sa.!la.- ........e Le. AwJoyr /.. .,. .
Psetey.ebe ...... Fancy Pants 1
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Y1F ; >" j Dozier. Secretary DHS brae. e lass h.lt.d Sow ..* H**,. awl 1lasaQi.CGmancttee ..... "
i f Publications i ANUTIIKR T 1'( .1'u1N'Z1SItlr-D.a yI player. TW DIIS carer e.ta>blJhe4Trmwick ors. law Astlaet: asses.Ara. ,. -aa.. -

N Miss Sidney Anderson. Faculty Adviser hits a or** handed jump shot a new xorin red in the* 1R.tiI ...... X...,. ...,..... Slot ionr
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TilE ARCADIAN. Arcadia, Florida Thursday March: 5. 1964 5-B

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JOEL CORLEY woman is a member of Congress Over Chango-of-LIfo?
(Continued from Page 1-B) Arrogance Hurts. Have You a famous movie star a Ease your mind.' Get welcome relief

The'student must be allowed to inspect all available In. Been A Snob? great photographer' or a combination By CALVIN' CLOUSt O with/ special woman's medicine/

formation. Communism should not be treated as an How many of us poet.es the; galley slave nursemaid do-take a special woman's
exception. We cannot accept the reasoning of those the trait called arrogance chauffeur tutor referee THURSDAY Dec. 15, 1933: The foundation for a new I medielne dla K.: Plnkham
who' gay that communism because of its opposition Most people do only In narrow and mistress (in other words The Junior unit senior classes basketball court has bren lakl Vegetable Compound _d.vol- _
to our way of life must "be fought by degrees. Those few who pos- a housewife) she is first of alla of CMSuto Cwuivy high Moot of the work i* being, dune Don't dread those seemingly oped by a woman-specially to
any means
1ibte. The Communists think post sew il n.ure than others can LADY and entitled to be School playitl a football n.moon I endless years of misery and help women by relievingsuch
this way. too. Adopting by county tabors thourh 'this discomfort, of sudden hot functionally caused female*
the very methods be harmful to other people and treated as one. because deepin Tuesday afternoon to decide week school could beseen
: espoused by the philosophy claim buys flushes waves of weakness anal dlstrens.
to oppose Is not a victory for the democratic we society in general. They are her heart,. she is one hun- the championship of the breaking; and carrying I'' irritability. There I I. a special In doctors'tests woman after:
we hope Page has process. harmful because they tail to dred percent feminine and her chool The junior had beaten rock:' The new court is located woman's medicine which can woman found that Pinkham'a
the credit learned this lesson. If he has. realize that their strong degree principal function and needed the freshman and the seniors on the west side tit the sigh relieve those heat wave,weakness Compound cave dramatic help
should go to the District 214 school board.a'nd of arrogance has made is to otter and Inspire love; hail won front the <>phomores. school building. nervousness, so you can to all this without costly shots.
J others.like- it. them critical and indifferentto so too In man I i. the Instinct The final score; wat7rt THURSDAY Jan. 20. 1939Th enjoy life agvla. So that you Irritability I is soothed, hotflashes
&W S other people's ideas and actions to protect: and appreciate feanlniniU" In favor of the j Juntnrs.TllUnsUAY. can one more be'aa. .a6.tlonwl'e subside. So dont sit and
i. Auction Dance sponsored ate and moth .. brood' and feel
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I" ,. "3.f' \ t, March: 16. 103J unable to help
by the Senior Claim met If you are coin; ihrowfrh the yourself. You eta feel twUer.
I/oo h.11.5' arrogance shows xijj at with much success: due to the chantre. dont d..utr. l>o aa (let penile. Lydia E. Pinkham
.( oLrt/. lo ba&Ketball game when Ute opposing cooprratton of thstu>- countleaa thousanda ofwpm.n Vegetable Compound today.Te .

d 1 roundW0f.l 5/, tram's coach comes on dent and some faculty members. penile atecfctee wish,ffce: dells ...... LYDIA, l. PINKILAM
Clu.J.J; the scene and booing Is heard Dancing was enjoy during J I
News Fro Owensnoun : .
from our aide It more
appear m the first of the evening after -- --- --------
prominently in exclusive ..
(ConUnued from page 1-B) which a floor how was -:

by Congress paid tribute to Dr. groups called cliques Failing Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shelter visited their grandfatherMr ::: presented. At the conclusfart: ..

"Mudd and recognized: his unselfish (Continued from page 1-D) to speak think to someone beneath becauseyou and baby daughter Tammywere \. W. T. ilolden' and Mrs. of the evening an old faihuiVictf 'Cf\L KNO : ,
service but made non they are ," the dinner guests of their Holden. auction was conducted by fityJ. .. ; eo.O '
> >*ntion of his guilt or innocence defeat being sustained In Viet you is another sign. mother' Mrs. Katherine Gray Miss Dorothy Massengale and M. Morqus. The packages' "

) of the former charge.; Nam. Cambodia. Laos Zanzibar Arrogance is a deceitful Wednesday and in the after- Miss Freida Ma.sengale accompanied wvre auctioned off the hlll"-ti" .- aw
The resolution Continental thing. You may tihnk that bidder who then made yule :
; Was sponsored Africa Cypress their' slater Mrs. W. A. a 'Q
by Alvin M. Bendy of Michigan Brazil British Guiana you have prestige and status Gillett here Wednesday' nightto lie display; of hU l\tarC'hllM\l'' $- .-
and Dante because of the standard that bargain. The viewing of the _
Fascell of Florida Pine Level attend prayer meeting" which
and. indeed all over Latin ,
have developed by beingtoo
and It was signed by President you was I led by Itev Glllett all of lockage content rovltle\l u\i- -
Eisenhower America. arrogant. It can elevate Porrish. !''la. Rev. Gillett also told fun for both the buyer ar!l")>* ..
The United State Depart11 Thus while we work to make your ego; even to the point ofBecoming News brought the mesttarrs at both the audience. rEnd

kent of the Interior In recognItion Khurschev: diversity safe he L another Napoleon or the morning and' evening worship The proceeds of this 8'UI'\' of Contest r
Hitler. Yes Is truly MRS. T. E. MIZELLE
of arrogance will be used In the fmanclAT
Dr. Mudd's service works to ehminite the diver hour Sunday. lie was accompanied ..
erected a plaque at Ft. Jefferson a deceitful think Other people Mrs W. N. Howard her two by his "wife" Sunday support IIf the annual "Cornu-
between .
,' authorized by the Congress sity ua.WinnDixie dislike you and resent you for grandsons. Leroy and Francis moininji and they were tho copla.** L\TrI'' r
it. Yet. because of :; TICtN STI11)INTM( : You have just 11 traystl
and in its literature descriptive arroganceyou liallew of Greenville S. C.. dinner guests/ of Mr. and Mrs = ....
: of Ft. Jefferson National are blind to any personal and Mrs. 11. tl. Harmon of Pus Johnson and family. f------ -i, ," coinpleta your ncrwplwiofc' ) of the Historical KnU\\I-: '
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self realization.This
Monument state. "Dr. Salcs Johnston. S. C. were guest Mr. and Mr. Raymond Alllson I. rciire iuh. The control ends March 16th and ailJuioka IICrap--..
M "dd. knowing nothing of article which we all from Monday till Wednesday of Horse Shoe. N. C. v felted FAMILY -
IMS the National
k must in DoSoto Rank before
President Lincoln' assassination Gain need to give ample attentionto last. week of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Katherine (stay and ,J: l aa
.'. ,. had set the broken leg Recorded was published in the LKM- Tommy Putnam. their children Mr. and Mrs. W. T tluldrnThumday. 1 I'.M. .. et. J 4 a
of John Wilkes Booth. The Inc MON SCUEEZKH.: at Lrm- and Mrs. .Lavonla lIar- PLEASER d"guost" a
IIOC physician wad convicted JACKSONVILLE (Special)- mon High School Leminon S. ria. They had come to Daytona Mr Harmon Johnson and 1 JCIUST i'iu'/.H will l be n $25 Saving! lloml Second N

ot 4.oji.tfa'aiy: and sentenced to An Increase of 6.79 per cent In Dakota. fur the races then came by stilt Muddy were over from Miami 1 tool! i l>ruo in u flu tuivitiffs uccuunt and third prize I I.n I.. N N
Another which Isn'ttalked
life Imprisonment at hard b- sales was reported by Winn- topic fur a visit before returning this week ernt" l working 1 tn navintrM aa,- uunt. '" N
about much but still is I N
tot?. For nearly a hundred Dixie Stores during the 4-week iiome. their grove unit" .locking after': lUlfht tasting but not I *-
i I. the lack of I
vc prevalent
years the descendant of Dr. y Dilly Harris returned home their cattle and visiting Mrs. I I'IIIXI: AWAUiiKli: decision '
period ended February 8 compared chivalry. The NAVIGATOR of sharp KrfA"r./ ."rfc U the at tho of the judges. all
Mudd 'have been Monday night after two J O. Johnson' and family liar '
gathering I
"" fact and to clear; with the corresponding ..t. Lauderdale had in It this months In Illinois. the of'I' on. that r"rll'-|> likes- \viiitivrx. will IM? notil'iiil. I ant t ail of tho series will aIn bT"-.
fighting his nnni was; supper guest I
article 1 kl,ls and crn\Mi-u\ | tiM>. I IU.
name fully and completely. period a year ago. : Mrs. F. S. Carlton and Mis Mr and Mrs. Ray Stroble Saturday : next wovk'a Arcmllan. _i aN
LET CIIIVALHY niSI far and the
away
/ Sale volume for this period Kale Carlton of Arcadia visited night.: j I
AGAIN favorite!
totaled 69.202.673: as compared <<:<< Mrs. Zula Williams Thursday We were very happy tn have; 1 I N
I F
':..Sensing 'The News with $04.889.421 for the same Chivalry Isn't dead; It's. Just evening.Mr. Mr and Mrs. W A. Gillett Sr I II U
period in 1963. an increase of buried! Whatever happened to and Mrs. B. J. Pollard and Mr. and Mrs. Torn IIIU | : .\I w
.. ; (Continued from page 1-11) 4403232. gallantry that Sir Walter Ka of Tampa returned h 0 m eMonday Hard of ParrUh with us In nor'worship ? DeSoto National Bank ':I.e
Icl&h showed a he spread his /
logical: grounds. It should stickto An Increase was also noted after 10 days: with her service Sunday night.' i:
Its gins and educate the dis- for the 32-week period ended cape over a puddle so Queen mother Mrs. Arrena Wuthrich. I II' nw
venting educator If that I i. necessary. February 8. Sale totaled (331.- Elizabeth could walk over It and her sister Mr*. George OF ARCADIA
: .' :! as compared to ftSOfl.- without getting her feet damp? Cunningham and Mr. Cun Bulldogs Talc I N
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UI today his
--' course gesture ningham.M .
for the N
What Is most 927,942
important about corresponding would be impractical ..boyswear r s. Clyde Holllngsworth (Continued from path 3-M 1 arum MKMBtni r.d.ral. M...rv. .,.<.", 1 a
our universities Is th.tftour period a year ago an increaseof -
.American value. be pro- 4.78 per cent.WlnnDixie madras Jacket, and drove to Okerchobee Thursday. remind you of the ctMirace that!J f L 'Italtira4 I .. .......... O.,wil ._",..... CrertlRTUDrNTS. .. a U
madras ble.-dam'' for the day with her sister, we saw displayed by Cardinal U
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& ..eted. for they are part of our now operate 023 II
jtattorial BtrHage- To encourage retail units and 8 wholesaleunit But we can't blame this Indian Mr*. Mary Norris ,and Mrs. Mooney In their never ending 1 i --- II 1I I sole a N

law-breakers and conspirator throughout the Southeast wonder completely for Martha Watford and their fight to the last whistle of a I I N
to'twist student thinking is to compared with 6O1 retail the decline of manner on the famlile losing game. It ti ak stamina CUP -
--.I THIS AD FOR YOUR SdlAPnOOat
allow undermining of the and 8 wholesale units a year part of the "gentleman. It Mr. and Mr'*. E. W. Knight to play as these buys did. 11a..aa.ai.-.

foundations of 'our free *oc23 ago.The Arcadia Kwlk Chek Is goes much deeper than this. spent Sunday In Sarasota --- .:'".
#? *. a member of the organization. Many boy. feel that becausethe where they had lunch at Mor 'SN
female of our contemporary risen*'* with Mr. and Mr'''
}: .* society demands equal Frank Knight and Mr Trace r
: .2 right In the business and pro- Coble of Tampa and for a
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1'. fesslonal wo.'<1. she doesn't>, visit.with thtnu,M.Mr .
'* t f ; want or warrant reaped. She *. T. C. Putnam of Grernvllle. .gild
'-, (Continued from page 1-U) value of insurance: baa an intimate not only want it; she deserve S. C.. who .U spending DAYTONA BEACH ...e
, t...',.America. The great country of -but opposite-relation It more than ever because she two weeks' vacation here with|' :
'.. : Brazil' la nearly ready to turnlftunLatle. to communistic Idea*. which has proven herself to be a person her son and family plan to
*-, Instead of the male door- return home Thursday. Mr. and/ ''a.
must be In the bud and
nipped
1 Communism would make mat. Now there i* something to Mr*. Tommy Putnam. two .U
useless all of our present in- not allowed to develop a* they respect. sons. Carl and Ralph and Mrs. : --
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u I C sur.nee. In other word, communism have In Cuba and which are cwt because Margaret Chase Putnam drove to ttradenton

would wipe out the now extending further Into Smith I* a senator. It doesn't Saturday and Sunday the y 1F A. !
value of whatever Insurance mean that a man In her company drove to Clewlston. but carried .
Latin America. So. to returnto r.
v we depending upon a* well houldnt open the door only the other children. ;
< as the value of the land which my subject on the valueof for her. The admiration she Susie. Kenny and Elaine and ...... T'

.we are also depending upon. Insurance. I must close with baa won from the public should went sightseeing In those part r
Lo .,Therefore I cannot close& thiscolumn a strong reminder that any Insurance all the more entitle tier to betreated Wesley Kersey ha been
on insurance without that we might now as a lady. home on a 14 day leave to r4Ii
Issuing a special warning have would be worthies If we Due the fact that a woman visit with his family and bro.
gainst the Infiltration of communism should become too "soft">> to 1* successful 'In business. ther. John 'who recently returned .
which'U creeping Into communism and thereby let It make her any I less feminine of from 1 13 month in the
.this country and gaining con- become too common' and widespread any lea. deserving. of being South Sea He report back
trot by Indirect methods rather here In the United seated first at a tablet for duty after this week to j
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6-B THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia: Florida, Thursday. March 5, 1964
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Ii i ;;':;; : '. R viEw i G S RASOTA'S PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS FIRMS. ,, t. ,.;. ; :


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Items': Editorial Reviews B' William E. Sloan
All :' In This Business Review Are Paid Advertising j


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STICKNEY POINT FISHING CAMP

I BUCKO'S SURPLUS STORE PAUL DUNNING, Owner ROSEMARY BOUDEN I

Gifts of Accessories Interior Decorators. lrlcN'and'
and
Lasting Quality
Boats Motors Live Bait. Complete Lines of Fishing
Camping Equipment Guns, Ammunition, Good Used Office Furniture. Qual- Tackle Soft Drinks and Authorized Mercury Motor Estimates Upon Request.
Located 326 John Boulevard In Florida. Telephone' 388.1222.This .
ity Hardware, Army and Navy Surplus Merchandise at Moderate Iticea.Loeatod Repairing Service. Rlnsllng Sarasota .

Located 1588 Stickney Point Road In Sarasota, Florida. of the and have aided in
Im the day the public demands the guiding Influence of their city
1923 Myrtle In Sarasota Florida. Telephone 3954215.If Telephone, 9241843. not only magnanimous policies and it has brought the development of this section. ....

ilucko's Surplus Store bears I pause in its rapid tomer of this store knows'' When In need of this service with, institutions: of standingand service but the best quality at them trade from ail over the I This establishment is not only, "'-:'
I dn'eloP-1 has before We wish to fair prices. Thoroughly con- surrounding a well equipped and expertly _
1 a famous name which is. both ment. that the management call on this firm and you will sure position. : territory.
it the record of the In gratulate the management of versant with the conditions anda The management and assist- managed concern but It is also
popular and familiar to people That much discussed' word' stitution's rapid ,growth and be more than clad to do business take this opportunity to con- wide experience in their par- ants are people of long pracu"l a commercial and Industrial or.
asa place where they can immediately "service" finds Its true expressions treasures the "confidence" with them. This popular this firm upon the policy of fair ticular line of endeavor the cal experience in the ganizatioin and renders a serve. '. ..

feel '.t Home when in the friendly atmosphere .: the people have come to place Institution founded years ago dealing; which was Inauguratedwith management of this enterprising They are thoroughly conversant I ice that Is necessary to the onward -

in the "city shopping. Its that envelops every in' Its every department. has grown with hardly a pauseIn the opening of this firm concern has been able to with every detail and are considered progress of the commun- ..,.. .
friendly atmosphere which customer of this popular store Each department of the Its rapid development. That I to the public and has never render a service to the people an authority in all that ity. We are glad to give them1 ;..
predominates,at all times has because "service" is interpreted J store is superintended by much discus word. Service, varied or departed in any way that IM distinctly satisfactory j I pertains to the' operation of a I this mention in this review of ; :
\ placed this store in an Individual in so many ways that It I those well trained In the finds a true expression In the during the time it has had bus- Prompt service at most rea- modern establishment They the better business& firms of"'
class and can well may well be said to be a sign I needs of the department and friendly atmosphere that envelopes iness1 dealings with thepeople.. sonable prices has long been rate among the foremost people I Sarasota. Florida.
be termed shopping headquar manual for this entire organ I ,themerchandise that is handled every customer of this We call atttention to all the advantages -
ten for the surrounding terri ization. It has maintained an : so that all goods handledwill popular service because serviceis of having a metropolitan THE MIRROR & GLASS MART -
tOl'7.I' air of calm friendly dignity be of the latest styles Interpreted in to many ways service at their very
A 1 The popular institution was which can only b. associated design and materials, and of that it may well be said to be door, which has maintained inviolate Churn' for All Purposes. Mirrors\ Mirrors Rrsilvered Furniture Top, Custom! ,,: : ,
founded many years ago, and with Institutions of standing the highest quality the marXet the sign manual of the institution. service to the public. Made Mirrors and One Day to Three Days Service. .
has grown with hardly a and sure position. Every cus ,.aXTords. It has maintained an Air We are more than glad to Located 2019 Roblnhood Lan In Sarasota Florida. Telephone' 9248591. ;?: ':"
of calm friendly dignity, give them extended mention in .": ::-::::.-
which can be associated only this business review. When In the market for any them to.our readers. glass supplies. *.
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of the above mentioned services By cooperation: with their There are no more public. .
DELIS LAMP & SHADE ,SHOPPE THE MODEL HOBBY SHOP and products don't fail to call I customers, by forethought in I spirited citizens in the com,
planning to meet their needs in munity than the management1
WARREN this firm for reliable serviceIn
IIUND Manager on the employment of the most j of this glass concern and in 1..
Ileautlful Selections of Tables, Boudoir, flesh Pnl -Cbaln and Floor Lamps. -Nothin Hut" Hobbies, Electric Raceways. II-O all departments. I modern facilities this establish-j I making this review of this section -.
They !Make Lamps from Any Object Complete Repairing. Restyling and Urass Trains floats Planes. Mosaic Tile Hobby Tools and They are equipped to cut I ment is striving earnestly to I j we wish to compliment :.:::
lolhhing) Hent e. in: Plastic Kits at, Moderate Prices. glass most efficiently' and em- give realization to a new and | them and to direct your attent..
ploy only skilled! cutters. They better service to those it serves. 't tlon to their establishment, as"one .
Looatod 1115 tenth Tamlaml Trail In Sarasota Florida., Telephone! vW-e.'.. Located 1832 South Ospery Avenue In Sarasota, Florida.' feature only the highest quality Service i is. one of the guiding of the reliable businessinstitutions
Telephone 95ft.8314. materials In all their products.In I Influences of the firm. The I, of the community: .
_, Ron Deli Lamp and Shade men who are thoroughly conversant this( section ., the country, we and
The management assistants originated in the resourceful this review we are glad to I people and merchants alike | which has added to the devel- -
Shoppe offers the people of with every feature of cannot fall to compliment The are men of long and practical minds of energetic businessmen. call atttention to this progressive have learned this and rely upon I opment and progress of this) ..a.)
Sarasota and DeSoto counties the shade and lamp business' |'Rod Del's Lamp and Shade experience! in this With a restless ambition, company and recommend 'them for superior qualities In* part of the state -
'Shoppe\ and Its management broad vision of the --- --- ..' cal,
They thoroughly
ness. are a country,
an unusually\ high type lamp It Is. not strange then that It Upon the highly efficient man- t-w
versant with every detail busa-I they turned their trained and
and shade service. Courteousand has become a very important ner in which the business is are considered creative minds to selling of THE LAMPLIGHTER' SHOP
prompt business dealings asset of Sarasota and DeSoto operated and upon Its progressive I
all that pertains to the good products.To .
Exquisite tamps and Shades. Swedish and Italian GI88 Petite French CeilIng ,
have made this firm popular counties.In and public spirited poli tion of a modern establishment. maintain It, means the
with, thosn who demand high this day and age the public cies.We They rate among the foremost continuous encouragement of lamps Orientals from long Kong Soanish Bronze Chandeliers, Portuguese
,i class. lamps and shades. demands quality products take this opportunity to men of the city and have aidedIn all in the community, the assured Foyar Bronzes Repairing Restyling and Rewiring ..,.,
There is *x> company more and service at reasonable refer our readers to The Ron the development of this sec expansion of this sectionof Located 204 North Tamlaml Trail In Sarasota Florida. Telephone' 958.3818. 1
worthy extended mention In prices. I Dora Lamp and Shade Shoppeas the country and the onward 'They Invite you. to visit them Mr. Rubenfeld Is very appreciative tive interest in their communeL' +
this review than this concern In making this review of the one of the distinctive. features tion.This establishment is not onlya I progress of Industrial commer. for your every need in these I I of out of town business, it,... realizing that a concern*

operated: _.under_ the direction.of.. valued industrial. resources of!, of this part of the state. well equipped and expertly cial and social: development.We lines. I and people from the neighboring that is not progressive will f
I -L----, ------ -- managed concern, but It is alsoa I cannot fall to compliment All of the above mentioned I i community of Arcadia have i iI wither and die.
., I commercial organization and The Model Hobby Shop lines are carried on at this I I oftentimes purchased their' We are pleased to compliment .
I establishment skillful and lamp and shades from them. 'I them the satisfactory .'
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renders a service that is necessary f on the manner in which they; ;
"" LIND CABINETS, INC. to the onward progress of f conduct their business and say artistic manner by Mr. Ruben- I Through their ,tralChtfOr-1 service: rendered and sue-'" -;.
the community.It that it has been a deciding: factor feld. who is well known ward dealings with Best to all our readers to see>. .:iae:;
; ; may be of interest to know I I In the business life of the throughout this part of the : the management has made them for their every need 'In. .
Custom Made Cabinets. Stoib.*;Uar and Hank Fixture*. Millwork of All Kinds. that the idea of this enterprise community it serves. state for their courteous and many friends for the firm and I lamps shades and accessoriesat
Serving Sarasota, Manatee DeSoto and Charlotte Counties. Prices and Estimates -- --. ----.---------- -- efficient service to all. I I I they have always taken an ac-i moderate prices. :t
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Upon request; RECORD TITLE COMPANY

Located 4111 Clark Road 'In Sarasota, Florida. Telephone,, 924.031S.. It SIMONDS.\ Manager; ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS INC. .Ia ": .

LInd Cabinets Inc., has ties I.I humming with activity from the mill If they make Abstracts of Title Title Searches and Fast; 'Depend ART GATZ. President ,:-,.,
one of the best mills In this and they are prepared to your fixtures or other mill.. able Service. Commercial Residential and Industrial Electric Contractors. Wiring Rewiring/ .
section It not only keeps promptly: turn out s large lot work. or cabinet work, your Located 2070 Main Street In Sarasota, Florida.' Telephone Wiring /or Air Conditioners Dryers, Ranged Water Heaters, Washers and Electric
abreast of the times In reference of first class work, which la home or store will be better Sft.0289.. Heating Units. Serving Sarasota and Sarasota County.
to the styles of the day, furnished at very reasonable without' totttni more. Uooaled 1011 North Cast Avenue In Sarasota "lo ld.. Telephone, V59-844S. , I One of the most important I Iservices I Every detail Is given special attention .
but It la experienced In the prices. Llnd Cabinets, Inc.. conducts -' and depend No institution in Sarasota The management la composed while the management Is la
various kinds of wood. It has There Is nothing more Important a well known business in of the community Is..I upon the result you of their may Investigation. : County. has met with greater of well known public charge of people who have had j**.*'a

the latest equipment and men In your new residence this section and has been prominently this well known organization.) public favor than this one. By. spirited business people and we wide experience In this budn. .. ,...""
who know how to tern -outwork or store than. wUUworfc, and IdeaUUed with the business It Is. In the hands of people familiar have enviable .... -w ,-
that .Is practically per thai. millwork makes all the .lf- .progress of the community with the business and reputation They in gained this territory an by reason of the fact that the deem it fully.prpper and'snort We wish to compliment this
feet. ference in your ..satisfactionwith and we wish In this edition they render a satisfactory Hf'Vice reason of their efficiency and management baa had wide ex* fitting that we give a commendable firm and management upon the **">
Their moderri equipped the new place. AU the to compliment them upon their to their clients. reliability in this business. perience in every feature of mention in this' review admirable manner in which the ....
woodworking plant for the more noticeable feature of'thebuilding's pub!" spirited and progreaivepolicies. many and business .w
This 1 is. a highly specialized Those who desire to purchasea the business and because of predict that in the of this valued iastl-" ...
manufacture__ of _wood speclal- elaboration. _Vomes! .. business Indispensable to the home will do well to consult their knowledge of the statesthis future the business will continue tution is operated; upon lts:';. '
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people of any community this quaified and i establishment has continued to expand in this. section progressive and public spirited
;. "" >r_ ,. ..'" They' are absolutely reliable organization upon depend.blel I to witness an Increase In of the state.Each policies. We wish to refer Electrical -
and dependable and will give of their contemplated purchase. the number of patrons. Their' department of this well Contractors Inc. to all of
j SOUTHERN GAS CORPORATION prompt efficient' and satisfactory You cannot afford to run the services win be found in demand known service: Is in charge of our readers, as one of the commercial .
by all who Insist on the people thoroughly conversant and industrial servicesof
''i' service. If you' are content risk of your abstract proving I
& Gas: for Faat. Clean and Safe for AH Home Appliance, Air Condition plating buying property, take it cloudy when this prominent or ', best. with the business conditions the state.
ld ntlal and Commercial Installations... up with the Record Title Company I ganisation will look Into the -
In Sarasota, Florida. matter for you It Is mighty
141 .Main Street In Sarasota, Florloa." Telephone. t-M.4474. This establishment is qualified poor' business to take such arisk TOM VOODRY INTERIOR DECORATINGCustom

This section of the countryas of their trade which extends tot' Ucts upon a fair margin of to take care of these practical In this day and age when Made Draperies, Slip Covers lied Spreads. Re-upholstering. Furniture '
'a whole baa an added business miles around In this chosen profits. Fair; honest business matters in a manner well the cost of an abstract Is so I Wall Covering. 16 Years with Marshall Fields In Chicago and Former Designer for' ..

field of endeavor and brines methods at all times and Individual suited to their high position.. small. Grand Rapid Furniture Guild.
advantage by having In new p.ople0 the community. service. to every patron --- --- ------ --- Located 1$07 South Tamlami Trail In ..,...... Florida. Telephone 9SS-3983.:

Ita midst such a well known Through the extended trade have established for them a JOAN TATUM DANCE STUDIO Sarasota now can boast of I eel and misused selling; expression rely upon them for superior
'l' concern: whose commercial:& policies channels of this active firm trade that has extended in MRS JOAN TATUM I. Owner I a leading decorating service but it is fundamentally '.1'quality in everything they pro.
and quality have gained many' dollars: are brought annually direction. I '
every I which Is helping in no small vide.
that the seller
tot them an ever-Increasing Into this section. They have always been consistent : Formerly Hyron Dance Studio' Ilallet Tap Acrobatic part in the commercial and industrial true must survive. 1 There are no more public
business that can be noticedby This well known establishment boosters fur all things Dy cooperation with their 'I
Toe<< and Modern Dancing Taught by Competent I progress of the community spirited citizens In the community w
the large dally shipments started its business career adding to the growth and prosperity I nut rue to""" Specializing la Children CombinationClasMem and surrounding terri customers: by forethought In than the management of
leaving their progressive: establishment. upon a solid foundation knowIng ,of the community at all liable, Kindergarten Beginners Intermediatesand planning to meet their needs In this reliable firm. / ,.. ,
I that success in this advancing times knowing that a firm that Advanced. Member of Dance Maatera of America. tory.The personnel of the Tom the employment' of the most I This establishment is not 4
The prosperity of the city Is business could be fully did not pas seas solid business Legated ItOO Bay. Road IN, Sarasota, ,...rl4.. Telephone, Voodry Interior Decorating. modern facilities, this establishment only a well equipped and expertly ,
greatly Increased by the. extent gained by selling good prod- methods withers and dies.. 158.8325.That consists of employees of high is striving earnestly to managed concern, but
standard. give' realization to a new and I it is also a commercial and industrial '0';
the art of dancing .Is regained Sarasota. Florida teaches bothsexes I
It is under able direction: and better service.Quality' organization and rent
I by Us Americans as a ; young and old alike. In i enjoy an evee-locreasing patronage la one of the guiding t den a service: that is necessary
and recreationIs the greatest of all are. dane I
national
JIM STRICKLAND, INTlMllORS pastime throughout U section. influence of this firm. Thepeople to the onward progress of
Mere dames. are held for: I
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best evidenced \ statement ing. .
ii Service is a much overwork have learned this and I the eGI1UftUI ty.RISSERS .
II that social event no the' beginner who has never
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Complete Decorating Service Custom Made Draperies., Brand Name eaa1.et. and --
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party or affair' la considered a danced a step In his or her life.
Home Furnishing AmUtance. f success unless
Located X247 Boo Ridge Mead In ......., Fiends, Mat *M>es7&. today eU. It the hAIl person Justly boon who said does that not artist pie and and easy the to lessons learn.are All tkn-pupils Whole Grain Bakery Good Salt Free Dietetic and Natural Foods Vitamin

Many dollars are brought Into Inca people would find prod uUir"career with a solid foundation daace mlssee one-half of the are loud In their praise and Minerals from Natural Source Raw Sugar Raw Honey, Unbleached and
this section each year able. of goad value. and reaunable pleasure and satisfactktn. to bet ''fur the studio and fur the result Whole Grain. Flour. Sundritd Unwilphnred Fraita at Moderate Prices. ( : r'I
Jl I prices. \' had from life. And rightly so, they accomplish. I Located .3. South Wsl..ten OMlovord. In 1 aUrsoeta Florida. Telephone" M-X9O4. '.
trade channels. The firm begin It.
through the career So extensive has become because' dancing brings peoplelo5ether The school. doe more' than I There are no more public Uon of the state this service; become a hard and fast ruin t "
presided, over by this ..U- with the belief that succeed their aid* that thetr service _with ewe great common teach beginners, however, they spirited citizens la the community being standard and so recognized that once a customer always a
decorating could' be obtained by furnishIng It broadens their have clause for advanced pu-
: known popular tfwell known tn this.section of interest. than the and by the trade for customer.Kisser's.
manager manymiles
'J drapery'knd. carpet service. good service upon a reasonable the state. outlook on I life. It affords them pU.. classes for the dancer who ..
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Their service will be found margin ef profit. Scientific \fcacfe department of this wU\exercise-. and] snakes them grace- wishes to Improve his or her we direct your attention to this In this section of the Health Food Shop, as-
selling must be born of kaown service i* in charge of fuL atyte or a.ena1M latest business Institution of the rasa' country. located conveniently for the?
;a In demand by all who Insist on' scientific. bowl p. With .this a\.gteisen who .la thoroughly Joan Tatum Dance Studio In dance or steps. munity as one which baa added Their novices' are popular 1, people m the surrounding territory p
I' the beet. method In mead and reduced conversant. with the Tn9: story of the gnaws of expenses on ervoe.nl of the*I and carpet trade of the t' KEN'S CAMP This. well-known service I* complete and they realize the find everything no lese thaat a
this firm to one that bus location d. of than passing i i! popular demands for the serv- made to order
i many they pco ... KILN LINDSAY New
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notice in this business review i i lice I they render Aad 1st theirdealings .
hunt Ramp. Ho*!.. Maters, anti Gag FbuSIng.. Tackle. of the onward piugtses ofbe'' with the pufeMe a spirit,, purrof .
Dockage lira aAd.. *** Ball. Snacks and a Complete' community *. they are ptII't\ape of fair treatment and stecofiwnodaUon ,I is recogniMd for miles around .
# FLORIDA GRAPHIC ARTS; INC I the beet. equipped in this ash Is so evident that it bas,.se lt.akh food be.dqu.rt n. .
Line of Suppll. at ltcMMtab4e Prices, _..,...._ -. -, -.--- .:.
'p OTTO IIAmiEIUCH Mafc rer Locate vU" MMte>t Paw Head U. Sarasota Florida.TMs .. .: -

....-- ....noo., GROUNDS EQUIPMENT COMPANYGravely
Dick llammerich and Don Hammerkh and It Other Vhoto. En.. "
Employee .firm la one of the nw.tteUable lit .y Net atrww that .U haa
graving" 1.1... Halftone and Combination. I'latr Oft Zinc Offset and UU rpreMlrtntlng firms In UUaavctiae. ef.!,!beeo.we ....06 ..r......a'. snuetejsisaerrlej Lawn Flower and) Garden Traclaes.Z Roil Mowrrm' by S.aahiae ....
Combine with Superior' Servtee so 'prtcem.. pmp.el.nt & eseesja.Thai Manufacturing Csmpaay and UWrr Grwmd Lw Sprinkler. SymtesM Sold Serviced
the country rendering a service,j ji well known ectabttah-. and KebeHU Write It Office Bee K47 .U. Onec. Fforida. :
$ L"'e4Uti' / Control. Avenue In. .."...... Florida Telephone %**."". i that is aiding In the growth meet started Its bunt sssj career' Losatodl .*.MtsjStway Ml MorU ef Ssreasta, FterMa.TelspsisasNo 3$5.8338. 4 ;.-:.

This Is one of the Institutkms quate id.* of our progreea' and concern" bar constantly. adtvrrrd and development e* this. f'C'e I upon a salad foundation know review of ousineas. tree- loaaon of the fact that the ....-. -. dktr the commmUty l. ssa ... _
'' of Sarasota which U doing I Its the general. excellence of our .to -wjuare deal to all* pulley' tVan e< the reunify In* that su cease Is* tale e Ivaarin -i I tar. ipn.sng and sprinkler system ........, ha had. wide easier -n
pert in furthering progree' and. various .ssrvtce*. We 'deem ft *f fcHrlng the! snsartmum ejuatnyansi I The |i...'... e* Arredle andO I field ceuM be caned bylaw latereat of this ash Ware M every. feature. of this It ts Importaat la the refasrtr
expansion. In SaraaoM Couaty >uint'"m territory are extend honest Infixes snetatedat I I r to necessity Out have
quit apvrearieto devote this quaUyof pewderta with tae ef the state would be aDd I. deserving of snare tkasipassing ,, arose a tat* .well. kswwn flrsa.Th .... aNd serial lsr4.ur plied. e4 a eurtfial wvtoueae to visitor .d ........ tsMflvidu*! ....fcete without teen- awpe.hn she- kaewiwiise of firms WLe taM .....-'
comment in this revWtof people who tII1&Inat..sa": ...... cell Krn/ Camp and gel u.1 reset pewess. fees eaeaSjJssibodifoe plea pnsmteentUon btastch ., u. meet serene... who aid Ok ..... .
setae and
the progree and eapansiun enterprise obtained. a liberal.. Through their straight& fur- fart wf thin ,...-....istsl ... .*.*. a Barfs the SMS ea-., of UUs) well bases firm'I Its ewe e.ntws.d? b wtw- taI Pe ta this n.etiaa.t the staso. .s.
aiding in the era of prosperitywe education' tn the arhout of e.- ward deals i with the public SMS. *. Uy sw tfMtng yea will 1st a.1 tended. to every dttroett-ev that add; M. sto sad Uttte. leoumKjr measure.tothe .In.- M 1M seebee ..as tbele.1 I mere ... as es... l.btkstairtt.d
are e-xjprrirnrinjr' and brtng- perUnce' and euppl_Ud this \the. tfumsavment ha matte wey obligate youcwtf, Wo wish te tail the amenUMi progress i 1atroos. 1 1I 'I cwa.e.h II assn'anratty
lag fame and advertising to this ,M I with tees theie.ht Into the market friend let the firm and' they There" la. ste cvstremrwnv ..... ef Ue. readers esT this bwtnasrr.iw ,. this seethe. I than the roes.NONg of
I Iof
section through the general ex. and wtua this desirable Have taken w active Internet Is* wetly eaweded. menthe: V the aetict ......... I It Is a rwllk.... Cart the I Tfcew a.rvir..ti4, be. iesdn ", than eswets and we db.d yore, .
ceUencs) .f Its servim. i ...... oft they equlpe**! the Uwte MMwNra, reaiithtg.%bata than ibis saw I' M eas... theductioa and insusiasIs prtrew e. UUsesk4 Ukere. i* set l.atnalion M UwSMSMsusalty deeSad by aD w*. trnaisl.. es,' atse..... M t'se' M.etaties. M,
The.gneral purpose ef tale fInn to rsmtsf. a service sa%.. tenNmt sebieb is ROt presTos-. .. aween thew eengretMlate them. I the fees. met withineehe the ..... They deal. on a large'1_ ....b has. added tr the '...-
editorial is to give both, he focal rvtied.TUe" sire wUI: wither sad die !brcewse .r.*s>t with every ...--eat ..... IN peaUen they awM beat with ... JIUIWW stabie sod .... arUvity M eaatdMCtodle ..1,"vtrtmed and pseESeia. of. taro
and'e ,taide work *a .ose I... able maMeoM et ibis of tta .."......... : ue Wtiness. art U>.ertfure J. u. ,bwasaa __w. (It*.** the "UI>riilimesil. Bf UM yeoQsr and ea- aa..a.a..






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THE ArvCADIAN, Arcadia?Florida,. Thursday March 6. 1964 1-Bl..f' \

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ARCADIA LiVESTOCK MARKET: (
Zemo Great


AWHOTOiCALLDIRECTORY' : :: .t' I Myakkac City News Livestock' Re poh" ,I Minor_ BurnsCuts, l


Zamo. a doctor formula liquid lj
I ee Bootha*. help Peal j
By ELIZABETH HILL, his family visited 1\rn. Lure vitles. Beginning on Sunday February 26 1064 minor burn cut*. hrulsa- *, familyantlarptie. : l.f

Rev. John Langford. Mr. Roberts who bat. been ill nine March 8, the week schedule 293 bond of cattle and calve in the offering. All slaughter rasKaa. eaaaa taan-ac itch" of eurfi."St ..f

Langford and daughters had No\' ember. Also Reverend include came! and sports classes calves. athleta'a ;; sera
Stocker
scarce except steady. steers
OF DeSOTO Sunday dinner with Mr. and Langford and family: visited which will start at ':30 p.m. aid fastar tealoi For 'h
COUNTY Mr*. Claude Albrltton. In the Mrs. Alma Cukar Sunday af- followed by movie. Monday and heifers steady to .50 higher, cows steady and calves -iis. g.| Cxtr ,tc$1

afternoon Rev. Langtord.( and ternoon.Mr service' WIll> rommenc at 7:00 .50 to 1.00 hiffher. 77 percent of the sale stocker. 5 percent ,lJi

SALES and SERVICE and Mr*. Claude AlbrIt- p.m. with recreation and a cows' and 11 per cent of the cows wan slaughter. J Jti

ton are going. to Sebring Saturday talent ah<.w, Shrinks Hemorrhoids JI

I to visit. Mr. and Mr*. T\aIoe da) > will", start with a Slaughter Steer Stacker Steers a

Federal RetireesOrganization David Baker. *eMMt (( ln",piraUonu)) and a Stdn $17,50 $10.75 Good $20.50 i! Without Surgery I IStopsltclaRelieves I

Advertising. Farm. Equipment1MTtaNATgNAt Rev. and 101.... Alex Hendry panel dirt .uion.WeOn Uty 16.00 Med( 17.00 to $19.00 I :.

and their daughter Alice Fay .s
a.NNM. .b..N... di.... Plans Meeting left Friday to go to Worthington start with movie and spurt Uty $17.GO Stocker Heifer, I I Tar.the ant time_!.._iI..foaa4 1
.reN.r ... : T. -T..d.a.l Mrs. tournaments ,.. 1
= to \uut Hendry parent kaallaff .aate5 wltk as .
a sew
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M.-3..a.5.1.Ar w.r. ova a_. Pls 'r.p.a._M.C.e.s...sk...Ta..r..I. .-- ..... Alvin J. Male, President ofCharlotte *. Also to meet her brother Thur duy. a fifteen minute Slaughter. Cows )(ed $17.00 to $21.00 ........*. ability: ta krtak ........ 1 ..
.... ... .... ..NaUonal Com 1550 to 1625 ..Id. aa4 t..libra.. paia-wttkaataarcwry. .
.t- P..e- c-- Chapter 734. Capt. Jack I.. DuBoae who ha sermon v. iI| erected< a debate I 1r
*.,....r..as P.M.M.I Cut $1:1.00: I. a. after MM. wkila. :
Association RetiredCITI1
P T. Wwt Oaa *..- of been< in England fur three the topic uf whim will be "Why Can 12.50 Stocker Cow patsy j raltoviac. .. a taal reds.-
Conditioning N.ae wt.sal.l.Mt Employee (NARCE) ha lie plan ta retire in n.II the Moon." tiaa fstre.k.tt. a) taok .'_ Mostaiaaclafr
.. announced* that. a Diatrict years after 13 service The banquet otj Friday wilt Com 5.50 to $16.00StnrkcV .a(all -...11I U w...sa,...- -..
August null
year Slaughter mad. ..t.ai kta
ev**tkat' satfarar* | i
Meeting will be held In the His family was unable to come' be carrying dinner and will Uty $18.25 Cow Calf lairs ...,_ta lib"PU_kae e.aa. NltAfc. rUCTRIC -BMW Air Cea.W. Furniture'Stor..' Port Charlotte Community all the way with him. lies wife be fvHowt.4 by recreation. a pr.blol". T". ..N' .. a seeP.ltats Itl : ;
13.00 to Med'
:- ::: 33P. Builiding. South Easy Streetat and children stayed with her Th closing& of the Youth Cut $14.00. $190.00 .Mta.IaDTa.aleta. .t
L_ Com 150.00 to at a warM-faaiaaa t- ar fctaatitate.Tala :
? $170.00 aa ry
WAarl .n.I.Awnings Orange at 1:30 Thurs- Week ..
pan. psi eats who live In Terre act'viu on Saturdaywill Slaughter Calten aakataaca U sew avail'

COMrirrt' NM =- day. March 5. Haute. Ind. They' plan to Join see th.. return of the Pathfinders Good $20.00 to $2-&.[RO,> J.n: 7500 to 145.00 able. In Mpaamtary ar....!-*/*naeallad "
taa S- pwto. A 'to. Its. At aU drug :
.ss > This meeting I* of Interestto Quartet flo Myakka rr* ere .. .
___ him later where he is station >>
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Ms.sNw. SS-.s. 13 VvM Stdn 17.50 to 20.50 Calves _..."...
0... a_. Pe... WAM 5..7211.lot everyone receiving: annuity ed. City at .I i Uu p" ing. The
checks from the U. S. Civil Wings of Ifuintf quartet will Vealer I coal l $19.50 to $2-.75&
Slaughter
1\Ira. Neat Moody and her .
: )ft.'d 11.00 21.00 --- -- .
MOM PUIWtN.N.1-w Service Retirement Divisionand daughter Mr*. Marline Uullockfrom also be i'iuM-iit' at this pro- :vjl.lt. $_>cum to *..">.7S tto .
o.itCT.ub..1.i .* ....- d.a.r ..a.N. Assd.'. .w15 b.... all annuitant in the lower gram.. Coin 1675 17.50 YOU CAN GET nr .
... .. w_. .... N .... Ar --.d ..d s-.d r..t.s 5 North Carolina are visitIng Uty 1'J.OOto 20.75' ,
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west coast area Utvited It .U h >tl l
are that the Youth
.5. b.d.. _. D.% Wsklsr'5 "- '............ witki Mrs, Moody sister |M Studier Calve 105-220 RELIEF FftOMHEADACHE M.'
, c''v *. / r This District of NARCE embraces Week will be well attended.
i.-Yc.-: = Mrs. Willie Talum. 1\11'8. Moody
s.a Good $2.1.OO: to $24.75 I
...... .... ,. Manatee Saraotu llur- Ziun.cUlem'ut. The game' and recreation: will
MM *l.Bottled was raised around New PAIN
Prescriptions! dee. D Soto. Charlotte Lee include ping punt{ horseshite< Mud 21.00 to 2G.5O I'
She plans to return
and Collier Counties.:: VolUy<< bull badminton, ches: ," 1'JOOto 24.60&
to her home Monday. il1f.9
GoVWIL Legislation beneficial tOe retirees checker: alai pusxibly softbull.Kev. 15.OO: to 18.50 STANBACX frvat you FAST relictfrom
ACtUATtlYp..d.d M.ss.- Mr.: Jlmmie, nUllS and Miss6ianur Pasts' of tttadacli. neural/a
and their will Luther
.-. survivor Culbel"h a U I
arthritis
and. of ,
K.5s'. ... $55..when W. elk be discussed Clarence M. Talons, abe Lamar Keen lunch Muritis. minor paint ,
w by with the Morris' Hill I S') Sri i. rMumatitra. Bteuso STAN8ACK
tu/s A.--" w w 1.... its.. Jardine. to
WAY..Ja.l.Printing Mis Judi
went
.. w ....... ..... b.ak -.br. 7S.rr. NJUional. Secretary of nu family' SIUVIUY contains" usual" mrdtcalty-apptovatl. .....
c-. ... N w NARCE. Other speakers include the Fort Ogoen Methodist Th. Alsobrook New Element Leader I ICatlet and prticiibeti\ tagrtdicntt" far fast ,
t.
.. 051.._ i.. C..v.w Church Suiuiay night whereHev. young people sure scvm I .
reliat. .
.,.. .. D..wbs.2.0 Roacoe: E. Mague. National to be lire mm can take 3UNBACK with
5.. O.k, .;:.:. ..... W A I.I. Field .- -reaUlcnt Luther Colbert baa been enjoying' Suolayat- conl.nc. 3Ma t4 tloft Iant.edt
AUobrouk.Jr. for """ _III\n In
ternoiNis iiuwtt at the Methodist James E. recognition I
and Murphy J. F. Ste.:n. I... .- hold ma-" two works revival.Mr. Churn playing VolUyball. ., son of Mr\. and Mr. James of hi.,)<>artU' > abilities and aut-.CK; MST Ti ... :
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TNt ... and .Mr C L. McCJInni I'
ARCADIAN' :
Building.Moteriols. ... .nubs. ...LsH5W.e._... _.dOft. ident of the Florida Federation ,. Suu. .:. AUobrook ot, Arcadia. has efts<..".......a rating's.T8 I ......... e.r 1 1 i ikeee
of Tampa wire> .atur. .. '
, wwy w ___ .- WA *-*st.ReadyMixed. of Chapter Representatives Sir and Mrs. llubvrt CiNMel been named' an element. 1 leu 'ler Ides. a graduate of Dearrty : .:: ; '::

, Ptm UNI. .* L...... ..-Mkd from,. the Convention my Mr in *the. Uuudle home lI or ndry.tae Also Mr.and andhtU' two sass* Tim stat with the rank of cadet technical Scat, .1 High Nell...... hold Ian | w. .is' .

--. c-- aMdbe ....., Committee will give a preview Hick were' viaitor /In tho Kins- sergeant at the United 'A.S4: 4 iiWBrre front.. Marlontute. w
I *._ !'-.... A..... mini of the State Convention Mr. and Mr. W. U. Ybunfcbluod *
Concrete .low hoiwv Suiutay. Also Mr*. State Air Force AratlcmyCudct (All :; He I I. a !w
.a.a. .,. and family uU u( Ta.uipa. wrruvisitors In.-m-I I
to be held In Bradenton.. Fla. hutin UUI Danitla: and her un little Al.il>r'.n>k was choarit: bee' of the class of 'Hi.

lABV-MIXID COMCBITf c-: April 7. 6. and B. Emerson R. in the llemtry hill from Arcadia: were. visitors' 1125s 694- sed .54,0.P .

auk. :..d.. .:---.1:: ..d.w.CSs Johnson, of Port Charlotte I i. Sunday.. .&.to. '
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Dolomite 15.45Ms the District Leader.. and willow Hvv: aril.. Mr. Alex Hentlry" .
,. Ass. P5.-. WAIaat Il.M b
A,2Ur
In charge of the visited the Ury lraicio. Ua,>Uat, Mr.! and' Sln. t>*vM Thar> ,

9* VIRTIllZtl ..... .....-e. Roofing- A covered dish lunch pragram.will be Church Sunday. Kev llntutyauo were Vtoitur. lit the Kinalewhumew \ r
., .-4 dM.Hrfk N-.. N.Me.aM.s oruuuiu cue n'orninj" _r- 'it" Slurps| are front -u-- lowr
served at for wishing
SM. WA..M noon those -
... .... UruttcntonK ., ..
_
f 44)1 a* WAhMt .4e3I,, OOIM fmmmmltt tfmtt. to and Vic
*".",.ae ...>../ -....... .. W. IMtll coma early enjoy "". Luther Cwlert I Is cK *.
PS... WAa.e1 e I I... meeting with members of the Mr*. Ned Moody, anal her log his Iwo week1... meeting In "to,
h o.t Chapter...Charlotte No. daughter aitenueti one of her 4
tort OgiUn" ort Sunday, night.Kev. .
i Drug 754. Those coming' to lunch great neice wwutllnn lat Sat-
Alton Koberl of New r
TV Soles & ServiceTransportation should bring their own table urday. Zion ha been In Palmetto foraS

d"'PUT' ... .. *-- ........ _rice and their favorite caaserole. Mr. and Mr*. G. C. Tatum a
..N.., P.pl. .His..4..r.N1.. ..oMALDSe."I H..d..w..& .. vegetable or meat dish and their daughter, Miss Minor' clinic but he ia i doing better 44 / I
( A- ...... 1--. -- Ad.l.a. .... T.V.'s M 515.5 .... new
AA.il4 I. W- .-4, _. As. k..d5. .._.. talud.. ur dessert. Coffee will be Tatum and Mr. and! Mrs. Wa-
1. tyte< c_ __ provided by Charlotte Chapter. tu,. McL. niu. Mr*. Lottie Dur- Mr. and Mr .. Robert A. : happy. change

_. s.r, w ._.-. NFN ...d 1.y.5.bw.n..e. rance tank Mr*. Ned Moody Kawla and Mr and Mrs. Jack ,
P dP5 d b+ d.r a
Exterminators .qW _' ..5.. S-sk.d ana. her daughter Marline to Stems, all of faitit went down 1' '
=: .5.5as. CM DLY A : East Ittokpona on a fishing trip. to Fort Myrrs on $utxtaythen I
WA 9429.. p..L5.u'_ D.N. a .later. Sunday' afledtwwn they move

y-.OPICAL issi. TIBMrTI I..aa. -COMTMOC..... 5s1.t*..l. :'_1:':'::'OM tars.. A.M.. T.5.- Glass Selected They caught...... Hill 4J. of Howling came back through Myakku r

....-. ,--. .- w. Green U a patient in the l"l- City to ki-e Mr. Haw I. slater I

;:i: Service i SmithBrownHomcmakcr lusts clinic M,.. II. J. lluyd. i iJofr. I to a.5. Nww.......

Mt. Mary Royal spent the and !Mr. Morris If Hill' ...

day with Mr*. Flurence Taylo went to Dwig.ht on Sunday to
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rtACT *IVt*- Mi t i aiM ttwaaar ..
Electric Appliances T ..../ .l.>.-v, Tt.lt. p. Tueaday.Th attend church.: Kev Swuwrtaitala r II
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Lola Pearl Class of Smith- I .
....._ 1* fMt 0.'" Vi.... ..- the pastor of the n.. u., '
Manatee High School I
w.SI 5.6.41. i. W. 45511.
Brown High School I a winner ..
Church there.Mr. '
IaN'RAL lucy..e A..dl .Mwaar..C. ef the> Betty Crocker Homemaker Exchange Club wa in Wa hIniitoii. .....
$5..S.. II W.. 0eII ....... Tree Service, of Tomorrow contest' U. C:. This week alter Desk llawklna slater U d.P

.-.. WA:_ DJ211. .. visiting New York City.' First In the hapita| again.
She scored highest In. hew
saw
We'Are- to heir shout ..
fop was ai theCfnanian Uarri- anrry s y a ,,
MiMCOAST ran tiavKi T..r school. in a written homernak- 4" IMoDERI3 y -
Suppliers ..u,). hid Usitiel +
Office .. Lose with the tint copy of this being lck.
= NMdS := Ing examination given: senior
..d NN.wSSan.s..sd 1964. DtSou C.I.w.Uun. Later Tim Caaaea rolebrated his
15 p.w ..p..tws girl' throughout the countryDec.
AI.L You. ..11CS {ONUS ,_ Alh birthday Feb. 28.
Lag' M..d 1- they toured the Capitol.
: M..dS oH4s. I.. Ss.. IN Ws.II..M. ; ..... 5554. ...... .1 ....., 3. and I* now eligible for The Clvle A_ haa a meeting ,
N.se wY.P -.as41.. Ian M..,.. o. 4-575. ".... ND-122. one of 102 scholarships totaling Twisty. or tne MethodistSunday
a' I &School. member vlalled Thursday night starting at ,
110000.
7:3O pm. w. ar. ttlll workIng -
Test paper ef all ..hoo.winI' the fott Ogden revival. 1ri ;

'. a In the state will be day mane that wa IncliMiinjioiiie / un getting this state roawl i
ut 0.. adults the choir reworked. We nvvU all the h,Ip
judged In
comparatively( coming -
weeks, and a State Homemaker ping three ......*. we can Mel a.. anyone InUrealert -
pUaae. mums help out
of Tomorrow will be Itobtrt II. 1'rln..chool had
Mrs. Mite Jones and her "'"'
named. She wilt receive a program Feb. 21 starting at /nj. :

.. .. $1.400 scholarship from General a 1 I.eo: pjn which: ,...tuA'lt.nHt son from Plant.. City has ba.itrecent I
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.. of cur children and young visitor In the ibackIhlwkin's
Mill, Inc. of the
spoaaor an.
aual her school will folks... ..f Myakkai... City. The first home. "'ra. Jane>>
EVENTS program; spent thrte- day with. Mr*.
[COMING be awarded a complete set of W minute featured TUnntteTayler .
Ilawkln..rd returned to lUnt
Encyclopaedia Drltannica by wails his guitar and j

tona*. Hockey' Taylor playing City Tuesday .t4Jtnnnn.
Encyclopedic Britannlra. Inc. aN
Complied Dy the .. The second ranking girln/ the trap drum Alton Gill playing .- Mrs. Eva> Hutchena spent. ELECTRIC '
I fcuiur. Uajrjnar. Moses with the day Sunday with Mr and RANGE .
state will receive a ,1OO educational .M .cw S5
DESOTO COUNTY CHAMBER or COMMZRCE grant. two risers> tloai Gill aUotang. & Mr*. Jonfton I..d.'REMOVE. .. 45.e..

Late la April the first HUh.rd IlLackwell P"71ad '
*..," plaeewtaner the piano. Then the IlobertIf. I 9o CUASUlo*aat.Mr>*atiiasMM t> **. UaMr-etyU., wldk. ... b.Ct. ..M 5 e.a e.is..
7HUf1SDAY. MARCH. j., from each of the SO eves ... Wall a4 .
lrlne school had charge 01'th. { psdda. May .*, Caaw< I... -
States and tave District of Columbia
NN Ukrary Hsrr tao t* fc3O F-.OTV. Library ..lfcla. [Ewe iaaar.
...>. Ch.*. .:*<> raw.. Datotav ............ together with school .tail part of the program .* '**" l*..p rHteaJ Mill.. start fcaa> .'
Which *tv ra| ladies. also Us.school MWMMI rW)1) aMal a* efcvtrle cwt k* fci.. raw
flat C4.b, 7MM.: ****,. Wma Te Cluk Hew** advisor wU gather In Colonial U jify. Nsa,1..1| at. I.. wave

.raw .tar. mKOO: .*.*... M._,,'" Taw> *4eH 71Uliamaburg.' Va>. for an e.- I children and teacher WARTS !' :' :, :. ;-s' .........urw ....and Tit.sdwt.i0AaTOafCK.al.S .
...
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tout pert In the
Fsllawa .....|.. LOS *> nv **ratrtta| Tmal. pene-petd educational. tour of pncY.tbiC'h bald J1. ... .. He ... 0i .

........ A.-s $OO r.ss_ c:.....". Dart H.... the) east* The week-lo.tg tour, \ warn enjoyed' very much. gs T T-y. K.....Ii..sJ w..... TX..,.JZ..t

.... ........ (Mershanta La.....). 8:11 *-.... _ewlLa* to Include ako WaUUngton.D.C. The ramp young folk* and Awwlsg l Oa- .. hi-solve. N w VfrTt fcj taral.rn -*-' ...' o.rry.|....... tfc.U0.aatV .
and New York City, will hibtrvn will play on station (:.__se Warla Away ". J >jr* t
Alley .. ARK,.., .else..............
culminate with the naming of w.x.x.Y. SaraavLa. Tim. .. Willie Ctttmm w lar) .i.., .w.Ir.y Ave W k..sw **| j r.
the II 4U Betty Crocker.. AUAmerlcaa II:>O am. Saturday March 7 tactara wm paxalae tf arratcn> an...ria a..... is..,-........... \A'*M

rillDAV. MARCHl e lloraenaaker. of To- On March 21 surrounding. .1.51.earls sr.tmttmm b1..511a.G II? MOt/a11)"rb. sa-s o H4Lrwy.e yse .IDtklla ,........ L-Jet) .....,,"!

.. Llnrary Hare. 13O .. aOO *. ." Llerary,..n.fcauUi IIMWrO'W' UUnt of Myakk. City will be aprearflM W! : .a.er.t.o auMMiaw lat Ceaia.pMMHt .1 a ...

AatlvHtee. 7:1DO: *.-. .. YaotK c...... .featured In m Iwo hour ..... .....,.thatr...actually t warta..aaHiaararta

...la a....... Ha. \fiP 7fO .p.ws.Od4LHe..NmiSSATUROAY. ,'. a .I the Court ll jiae In IIrad. v> a ray wUhuMft cwtlUte. orlM -7t.7 i IEjla.d7Servcs- ton for the DeCoto Celebrationfrom -r.'ia.' r..I' _a. ...1_.... < !!

I* ajn until IX .-..... t'..|..ma>.l w. warI r 4......i. irs s.lsesat rear ./I
MARCH 7
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W are giant to report' that L.esaa. w.rt.e. rtedy. t
sale Literary' Naur ISO I. fcM *MM. UNary BelMlaajMtM In Drilf Mr*. George AUwtlfatt. la doing .c-stltoy. fi'sve raw a ejy awr.. FLORIDA IP: WER 1 HINT COMPANYe ..
A........... 7A *ve .. 'y...$..OavitarCloe Army '
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fine | C /,,e'*..,,
71.1 f*. etJax. W__'. Cigar ...*** Army Pvt. Reyes L. Eiland The Myakka City Methodl .-----.---- ---- --- .- ----. ---- .. -- _.""I'f .O I

wnpae mother live at ZZS W. Church will IMr out scene .. .t

.UOAV. MARCH"s Xffia Street. Arcadia' and nuMh activity turtng. UMI week .

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vtaion" 33th Infantry are wr' IUMT LwuWr Colbert .... proclaimed
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MOMOAV.- licipating to Ea........ HIGH that week a. YautliWark. COINS WANTED be

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; THE ACARDIAN Arcadia, Florida Thursday March 5. 1964 -- At"
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