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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 19, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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The state mental hop)"tl Known as G. Piece Wood ins that housed the Air Form been added state conversion to it is the Superintendn hope therapy-nctiwitlee building I 1 ',jI,
In, Arcadia, which serves" th i. Memorial Hospital there are here in World Wars One MM! a mental IttstWutxm and the that the money will be released which will,, cost $' 2O32' ; and
tr-county ara of Pin ll Il i.' two units cervine over 1800a Two. Dorr Field. hou.s about crowding at the two Held .fct by July. novat.o4" plus ad Hlons. of '
IlUlsborouah and DeSoto. I patfents. The two units one WC women the reet men and critical. In the 1943 session of i tanning money is requested a two-story ward which served I
I suffering. from ",rowln<< pains*. at Dorr Flit and the other atr waxen being housed at Cnrl- the Left-Mature $13 million for a lOOmC"oslve treiit- as a temporary Air Korce<< barracks .
according to Dr. C. II. Adam CarUtrom Field, encompassthe strom. was set aside and earmarkedfor rent v.irf for men. which will .. duringVar, Two ut :a i iv
auperlnt ndent. old barracks and build Few new buildings: have hospital construction and cost $450,000; an occupational: >.t v( $lie.40.1.

Two other projects. of prime
l'iiportimr Tr "" "*
I. a central. laundry for thewo
'v..e fields at a cost of $344.897.
Dr Adair and othlH>..p..ul.
authorities havo Investigatedthe
latest equipped laundries
: with the knowledre that. the

,. growth uf the institution demands I
$ 4 c equipment In keeping Il'

with: future growth. The present
equipment is Inadequate; l'i'
and so obsolete that replacement i'

parts are unobtainable.Th >> 2 1
other construction re- aTI I 1

que >t is parka and ,'..,ovl6"on t
ui uui .b.r>Uk.ks used" to house 1
put& --i'U ui Uurr. the coal of
\/Ioh.1\/ w.ii Uu } ....c.cI.... 1
i r .. sir I cp, L "....'.a..*iu Smith, who \ u
+ hct! >cJ In 'the fi ht tu uuutm \ 4

th., (UIH.IS lor the hospital con-
stiu-tiun' pruu aia. sold the,
k money should b. released. sometime
: during '.J year tar the

woik The Division, of Mental

.... ._ _.. _...._ __ .. Nt_ Hcal-.h: had request.d" five ICO-

I ACTIVITIES BUILDING:-The architect's conception of the The 19i>3 State Levitlaiure set aside $1.5 million that was bed wards but were at a cost given uf the 33: million go--

proposed492thousuml: Occupational therapy-recreational center ( ..r-marked for hospital construction. Hospital nuperimrmlciU.Dr. ahead for only one 10O-bcil
at G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital Carlstrom branch. 0. II. Adair hopes' the money will be teemed by July. ward for 'Intensive treatment !

which Wood'' Memorial unlike -
other ,. Instltutiuna.
slat mental' _
does' nut have.
r Ur. Adair stated that he

hupes to hav. sit prujevwt' u... J
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PAGES 10 CENTS .Arcadia. DeSoto County Florida Thur,+day. March: 19. I9fil I ; Volume JCXXX %:0. :23:; Posts"On Board ) l l1'151r1 i

I I 'h( I1KSIIFNT( : ll.tlih: | >llt h.ll, Jr., ''i

Ejection; emphasis In the ptraltlent of (,'.n'' ml Trnntformcr CUI1ItruUtni; | ) '"

Area May primaries will focus on r'>",''It. h' "faii'\tntaucB of l)*cnl eltl-'on nt n "cof froVednr I

CateringTO r O'Neal NoiL Guilty the three Counter' CommissionMata ;. \ !* lay: nw>rnlna at the moral plant. Mare than\ /

:, In District 3. Districted' 't uo c.iifctrM w pioiKnt) See story below. I

I Visitors (Arcadian Photo)
and ntstrlct I as six new., men j

.sack. election ;.. '
lit* big tave will 'be In Uutrivt -
Brings Results Verdict Of 3. vacated by Con>mU. ..Um-. :
Jury. rr Henry Wood who moved out Community Praised, :

Tourist attraction In Arcadia ui the 11I1''.... Ih. race, a fourutan -
.......,..a. Will be: "1"1 ,

and been DeSoto more County attractive have and never A six-man jury returned a line and Lewis Purvis rpit' log t lape-rernnltHl r*|.ll a la W. It. (Uou) Avant. Ge.rgkPM .)

,"aried...UMM, tbeyVhave' ,,'li* the- 4 -.d1. +et"lM t"OwIItr Wvdew .rtvlrt.,... l i-en 11. jrataM t trash .sti<".. .-.-......................,!'.,_l J.!Johnson." Y"a U. L. (-. President ', ..
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put year as la evidenced by day on all countan. the trial the checks shown in ...- said hv- watts as eta (ho ..twC L. >>
I ft. (Bob) Werti lneurnbelli
df"tK'l fact ..Ln..I."at" .. ,
the increasing number of winter of Know O*Neal. ram her. a"-- a they: a | eve s Iswyer.Itol '(
in l>t .rwl. a. war be oM
vUllors who return to the cusid of 70 head of que&.MNM'd whether or 'un ulle ... (>N at nee \
area each year, according to cattle from stealing tiadtfjck Corporation rw t ,Ihe money belung4-d. liteIlinltTMli turned the ... .1 Chamber'; of Commerce' figures. Ranch where he had brain stanch tEN, al at ..,.., (.._._.. ewl l 'irwly.. i*>lit ilt'.*..l li luaillieU. Just before the dead* Arkansas, president' of stated. The mead. watt.*: .labor .
Math the city of Arcadia and employed.The time owned the Clrel I.t T stealing i It.. ..illl anal' .,'lllit/ ( line Tuesday at noon, Central Transfefmer Corpor la verygorrt *IM* .Mpurity;

the*County have continued In REV. FRED [. OANT case: against 'the rancher hash .leased 'from Uiwlcuili UK-MI to the Areadls UvesliwkMaikei. Hoard l>u UKt chsltmsn I I. will Harold have Oaf a.J? 'ation. was the UUllnjiuUhsUiVuesi respunalbl ,lot the ,,''jh.tSJ.d&M" / ).
tsar. >
their' to Increase facilities In testimony luijda. *JSher- The .hc,iif fast i !_ at a get acquainted. "Cuffre" ,.
program went trial last December the
on rating of (rule" A
.. I hU opponent K. T. (Kai M. S
.
.ifs IloltArt'MPViilied( Wel.njsdsy
Lloyd that
'local
for recreation' and a- and tllisMntixi 'tie ctHirt wlllMMitih at the plant
was continued thiaweek lion. We tent say tae.ftt\If;.V*
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he railed. ONewl to hia. *. mc and alr, l h. Lead' With (lee exception titlite ,..,. Approslmsle
muaeinent to attract the vlsltors because the court run > Jury re-x < s niwywhvi morN bout the future, but U .food!I..
Church Reaches office of the of
ampervisor
In live courthouse' Dee. Ih hoM'l 'lie. local buslnetamei. and
out of prospective jurors last act 21. jury it iy av tkms remain the wmd c. 't"ltl( ,
KrgisUaiion. where Incumbent
The city has stepped up Its IMI to discuss the alleged rattle .beauaht. .beck h..II.h r.m. weasels attended. The gather. TtaiMfArin, will ronlhtUet.'al'
program of adding shuffleboard Milestone And year State Attorney. Frank Schaub Ihrfl from the llatlcorkItantn. .........t ),hO.... former .lta l- and.. newly will appointed be opposed. Cllnellaynutrt 1 by> .ilAg- was clim. .*.U with a *.<...- its huh rat.r. ol production. ,.
the O'Neal declined/ la msk- (CCe"U'Iw.t& trti p<;. 6-A) >ItVited; tour' of the plant.
courts Improving filed the Indictments New b. start.agar
against Ue.s com plant -
Has New PastorThe Jot,.. Wallace'' Hoi ... all older .' > Mr. Mllah.lSold.. th4 Ar...
teruus courts. Improving trail O'Neal be'obe statute of and stall *.
county' uU....,. ere' unopposed.These his wer* rrsisv
er park facilities, and adding Tee and Green Estates limitations were out. but the 'Include fan Assessor 'Alan that he has. .been .In Arc- su by Un ptesuient. far thVtln .
new street lights In their overall Indictments last d1.t it number of limes sinew 'pfiitl
Baptist Mission sponsored by were quashed M....r.t McAnly. Tan Callerl --\ job of operating the
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long-range program' of the first Baptist Church of December and amended Indictments DeSoto Fair OfficialsTo l [th t iiiaii. wits built hire In .base. and for their .ucdiLP.. at itwfae.pltsrs ,
'luttn..1 lirwwn. CiMtejtyVJudge >>.,,,. first. time.rV .
civic betterment.The Nocatee will become a full were ftled.Assistant Owed**! lIa,.. Coumjr'PruMKvtnr '' 4uesU w re g,,,teat |- i
) .that. I hive known
Arcadia city water church with a fulltime pastor Attorney John William DishoAav ""r ver. at .Ih* dcor ;where. .they
supply' system U under Improvement on April S. TreadweU III and Curling < 'fsr .n ULh lit advance to plan s r.glstcr.. OlT.eesecretaries
a tin* guest
hherlff L4wy| /llulUM ,
both' as to supply' Gsnt.native ) County ,;?.* tltM. title get I c.aher... II ..._ .l
The Reverend Fred E. Stredman of 'Miami who rsfprclal Serve Another Term Hchofl BuperleilerMtent. 1 1 us*'. would be a Impussl-. were hwx! .
and treatment. Park III'WYebeav7 a ot Plant City has DC'- assistant. to the pruaecttur. *- Levi physical the. rafieahm.pl table
of Court
rieiMMrr. C eek
rain,., 'for .... 10 .,1 around la .
with multi-colored p"be pastorship of the abandoned three countsIn Avanl. Achool Iluard members Th. trinsformer businna. .Is rtamest i
plants and shrubs are maintained new church.: the Indictment against O'- The DSoto County. Fair As.sodatkn ,.... alerf a net profit of ape Ur. William. Clement ana U.Itld /..,- 'their"places so we bad. them largely on Ihe .buOdlnaindustry / j
uptown and In the Lake Rev. Cant and his wife the Neal In Tuesday' session ofcourt. Jolinewn.bUto .. .. bee. ana sca.rdbtg. 10 Itpwts -
.
held Its annual meetIng pro"m.'J'' $4oC I have wanted. la become
Katherine area. former Helen Johns. of Tampa The charge of cattle the billeting. Lnum.Lsroctda .
According to rower cost HepfeeenUlive O. CnesterfteiU .. ..
the killer with the
Monday at local
evening acgtisint.d
The county's program Includes will make their home In theft was dropped and the cast .Is just nww 4.trnigtinder
.
f openlMT **> IM% f Mr. will. svnilh U unopposed,
of ".. .". Fair grounds In Arcadia. All eittjens for tome thus but
: development a newgyranatorlum. the .tat, They have foe'mauled continued In Uw 'Indictment way _
be about Soo and the and In the filth Senatorial District.
retnalMuer this' .ha been fins
new _a7-al I d e sons.Mis. which claimed. O'Neal receteH officers, were elected- to another Incumbent Venator" Uac.W..m. my oppurlunllj Th* pe..ldenl was sslisdason
.
Is wad .
u* oe ">r he old
,
parks, development of bettersecondary GsnU according to Rev. and kept for the sake Caralwued: .
I-AL
money term and president Mike ( p.a.e
per*...* during the year ..II'taw" It out with Mr Hiirhfll. M4 the frovp
roads and ImproveContinued nt .
Cant "is the that moves rattle.Deftns .
power prwerr outlined 10 Ideas to t Improve looser gays, a brew outline founer !Senator' Doyle. CarltonJr .he '"pl..iai.4 the way. thisMMnmunlir ...
on Continued A .
( pageA) Lamar
( on ) Attorney'sOJ.DTIMER .
page ? the fair. o< ten. Imp "" .....eta needed by both of WatMhue.fttatee hs .,.."" rd and -
A nominating MYSTERY Headed. by L,.. Wood former follows: l II.ih Judicial Circuit..; fleauenton. swctl< a trvntendeua *VM.JSS Plans Complete:
PICTURE LONGER MYSTERY De8.(. County' Agent, recovnjnended 1. Need a now carnlvslcosnpany will have a* hie *..*nef.l Her., CUavislng. his .lath ... '*
that, UVe aaeortatloaWiatUnae th take tJve miaVwsy. W M. (MMaey. ) Bmuey. Jr. presented s ehech<< U> Jon* ILMrtlele. For Chamber. :

I V operate\ with. UVeSMI .. ef Tamp. sees U.y..anansgr e fU .
'* officers III 1""*4. Ala 2. Need to bwtM art audUtoctum. Three ItepubUcan will seek. ># Chamber .ef Cur vn.tra" for Banquet Frid
Mrs. Harward Right Selection recommended ..*. a cowUnuaUnn He staUH that tucmbwtldlAg the ." "..-"* of IK*. They are thou-.a tmv iTa.na-rp., .
........ ((49
App
% pest.
y
of the isms. ., the present a could. be "used slurContinued Ken robe OrlaswMt O. r *- Ofttrst -.aIW4..mn"It j Arral -
.i.l U .U.... Ittn lie''.
board'- cX 41rM1 n. ( on page *-A> I l mil..-. s.*e MWS av-AI .l. flint u. root .u..re. *ful .are.e pe *
>4 Lonely Cherub./:
The young girl I who was Sh Tl Creek ares and liter Academy ws a pnpaUr singer One director<< Mr, portellsDawscy. mere banquet UMMorrOw'si t

last ,......'. 'mystery' miss was. sreM to a> home tca a* the OMtimer's guewed. nonetHer Neil.. head woer-j she :wae t .rfaUturrl her. frlrnrta here a> ...tr vea tested she J.. h i .,. ItanleVmanager WI'I' r.
than the former Myrtle, beaus .hssNg th. .al LM.wsni. ties be'" r.Apvwinled. The an
D a ins... wife e, P. If fUrwvod / orAt 1:3 w th rome: dL io uee svod rriUUons. > nu.N..Mited. Mrs. Mice' swtNwe hNkat aka 9Thj -
.
..... wvta the mystery the Urne 'he picture w stwad4 K. Parker .e fill the vacancy program wlil feuaWeteJulsi -
pasta, > _....,.weeks att.sin. .. > tM pholl'testhr was Sate atltmdsd tbs sc wiala e fDvSMo U ether ad.e. the aas_. a to DI Jb.... CuuniyIrteu -
H wacU was born InDeSoUs tryttff ta coax a wile but she Countythn. wtar __- .*..... set thl. the. &ch 29 trtes ad an aKlts. .:*"
County Au&.... IX 0 yet M In htrr u frvm )issthvv ts.dktawr21. 115. Sheba tit January as &. ..... foe the. 1 a tlt. toward H. Ue-niley. ., eorpovttlesscivtary
.Tg had a onto one by lPlf THI. As> att.nyl wasW Nato of the llorjdat
........ M. ftevlMwell Dr C It JtaMUt she felt mere bember bt. guurf sta Kli ts e..< male set the. (MM ee1.h r Chanak.; << .f Commerce. ,;.
tfe. M.Uhn-Usk CkMSrrh. buts --. IM4 ewllMt. w., Ji rr.id- .
... .. Kk c-YISL c..ecwc_ If. Ibnllh. well
II. a. See sM. wee t* saee-
.ernt ....---ttp. ..... She easel.Ln the QrtteI.Y ,. U.*t she __ awer. awren' ternt ...... at tXM -. sent.. UMI "&halite. ta. 1m.u.\\t7..

tiny ...... s>. W. Marward. see >. ). acres U rs.na U.. ..lh bd.asLru .. adarA1 tat......*.*- "the Leewpealhetssdni4atL7 ,
r &l tb. and rrjjnttalimrnnfc alafsts,. tre.aaaerChoi. IXsirtdwtrf
last week's pat.
Piee
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Myetscjr *e can ramp the early| > days .. ............ staled that .
.. IkIleussan be :3
.. *. Me *** reeetve atna t r e iwurca w
ef At-s. as. a yaasmg ...... the. IMI had like a..ws.i vN" t 1t_...... M
aa.a.e.i.w. Tk4e week's Se Mjreey To.Aeudbo. .. ma1............ (Ant. ..... grew r.u1W. M.. setesj. years.aniat -S-. 'per- -.4, ..r'e ti,, Dentley.. .ha. .b.Yrs .la trIdt
rp Lmtsi.ag .. Uis..y take -....>.. was sltlsd ae so the
pesieti.
.
g. gmis IMt.a. B.Mt .aaaea e eo ape of 1M _'._ castle. waa Ibel the. ce-a. list lepsR ........... r 1 wa of law Ling vann the a.otn> rneMtlieTof
Went Aa. M Shea ..... .. r.dI. Ih 0' Mulsr
arm fienti.i. ,
-7 a.c- h r 1-adLWd. ; ,a4 a fMtar Carr. (,.... .* ft lflsworth. -
) the da.dste. at C: Paad was a Law ....-c eo4...... : lie rxme b rUCOa
Doily Dr---, oatsbe easrteor ..s.a.. aevetm kayo wtsat peebesaa .
from .he
I Trsa where was, been
0.4t.w.. t.te, Or'-M. bastob ,... .1" be w. t.sw. r t alas. Liter s rvwt* as sleMlenl ....pt...1..
..... -.41. barw ri.efd-. ; ..1 ....... Lee. gads a... Weather ef sshxoU. antl' l'II.e
....... Sir was. a ............ cehbn j t'I I prof....? alter, grades....
Mrs J---- .. the a5tahera ....tad. ..... Sark vw>..- i b aria.. the university/ ._'
ntwe tatlil.eae. ...... .b.,.. a&1.e. rw1 ..... tat 4 sdl3alau. Report e .. *. sin r ..H>Uic. fe ers..5
sal d.s. Ls a an abe. wa. Iee at -to .krsg air ,. i ... fUtsryserved. terLseua. he .haq. .1I4/
time .. --. awi. a eery gr.w.1is Her aJef ......-.. waeq. bet'" 1-.. huh. LOW II.- aa __......... _J Ji *. department .
......... -- twee fibelea. a.- as... .........., J-a .. l.Jiay .- March. IIIX as u ... ".,.., .. oT Ihe America' .'
..... r.ag of he. ... ar aIa..aatw her. at.....r toyh at _____- ....... U *. -JMMeh b P./Nut .r.A.H'I l or atsv 15et( Mute IW.kltsl.. JJir.ort) lor to'' few rlekIa :4 'ef
... record lsttt off acts of It.. D 2t on plaint >r.ar naaaJa .the aaaw ataw. gton ; pe.e
... .... f'maAy. ..taus ace 'tarn ...... Shi3.1ia I* a4 ** Ul* r>. rkl. liar Assorivt]
and _s1 seetwi1 yee a .... aVT awns the twos 'grvabgraa.Se Mwk 14 Ml .4 .. OmniKaJr Association from 1M with liM ...Tn *f MrItawesTy .. ...... prealOeMl. sat Slat. AvIsUosi< Aocletta *-
.........- rWttt are MA ....... wokl.nt.. sets. Alice K. Parker, .
.u Pn sow. Mart IS Ml 0 tMeb WM ** awl r........*, 1/.re.g.tas ... r. ... wee .a-c. Ma wwhat. ..... IC u.. M c:1I..rlW: "....... tfesaurrs Lastermite eteded In, .hr ptW (Arc .... tie R*. S. W. MAJTWAItO ... patine waa ...... x..... 17 T. a J.N )/ ,. oa.tatl. aar1 ftotwrt, TaLfe Suit. Ckawkber ;-


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The state mental hospital Known' as G. Pierce Wood ins that housed the Air Force been. added- since<<: conversion to it is the Superintend hope therapy-activities" building: I I I .: ':.

in Arcadia which: serves the Memorial Hospital. there are here in World Wars One and a mental Institution and, 'thecrowding that:. the missy will be n leased which will coat: $192,032; und I,
tr-county arc of Pinellas.Uillsborouah two units serving over 18OOpatfent Two. Dorr Field hous.s about at the two fields .U by July. r"o..t.olpl"a.. additions of ,

I and DeSoto. Is *. The two unit, one bOO women the rest men and critic.L) In the 1983 session of i idiintng money to requested! it two-story ward which s.rved.
suffering from "crowing pains", at Dorr Field and the other at women being housed at Carl the Legislature $1.5 million for a 100-bed .intensive? tnali ax a temporary: Air Force barracks I

according to Dr. C. H. Adair. Carlstrom Field encompassthe strom. was set aside and ear-marked lent i M" ',ird for men which will :.. during Mar Two at :.1 t

superintendent. old barracks: and build Few new buildings: have for hospital construction and cost $450.000; an occupational' ..,),.t of> SllMel"

Two other projects: of prime
.'ilporti.nr-. 'f" .,...t 4 r-

is a central laundry for the

two fields at a cost of $384.897
Dr Adair' and othvt opaui i i
authorities hav.-> investigatedthe ,

latest' equipped laundries
with) the knowledre that the
growth of thj institution demands -
equipment in keeping

with future growth. Trto present r
equipment la inadequate

and so obsolete. that replacement : r
parts are unobtainable.Th I Ii'l

other construction re-
que t Is repairs and renovationui I Ii

D.U, b.iriuiks used to house i
iM r par it 4 at Dorr, the cost of \
e..e' which W.U bw tlrf.OW.

l.cp. t.'Iast.tltW: Smith who

helped in the fi,ht to ubuim
th, lunus fur the hospital, consti -
'Mtion pmievts.: auld the

niuiivy should b* released sometime !
during '.a year lor the
\oik, ;

The Division of Mental I 4I 4j

"" Health had request.d five ICObetl : j

ACTIVITIES BUILDING:-T.he architect's: conception of the The 19&1 State KUai.ure(: set aside $1.5 million that was&rrjarked lion wards but at a cost of the 2.3 mil ,
were given go-
proposed $492-thousand: Occupational therapy-recreational cen t 1 for hospital construction. Hospital t.Cur. rinu' >ndeniv ahead for only onv 100-bed I

ter at G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital Carlstrom branch. Dr. t... II. Adair. hopes: the money will be rcloiu.ej I by July. Ward for Intensive treatment

which Wood Memorial& unlike III II
other state mental Inatltu

tiuna, does not have.
Ur. Adulr stated that he

hopes to have .il proj""-" u....

d,rway' by. July.




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EIGHTEEN. PAGES 10 CENTS Arcadia.. DeSoto County. .Florida Thurtrcl)'. larch 19. 1901, Volume X XX 2.'u. S3 Posts :On Board a1''lfilrlf

I (C. 1'1ilyllllt\T: thigh'" )ltlltchell l!, Jr

.. ...... El.ctlon emphasis In the I'ruhtmc| : of (:en: cal, Trnunformrr CllrJlftratl,
Area Catering -.1. May primacies, will focus on risk> h' <>iiitintMnco} of l 1",1 l eitUr>ns At n '"coU..oW.dn""ttay "

w O'Neal'Not :" : mornlna at tho local plant. More thai4 \
the three CommUsU*
County *
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Guilty
4 *> t c linens vcr" |ac cnt, Sc. story below,
a seat in District 3, 6t.trict4and
Visitors (Acadian Photo)
To District I at six new men

a.*.k _lftU"I'1 / '\. '
'I 1 he big nice!t will be In Uu-,,"

Brings ResultsTourist Verdict Of tries S vacated by Communion. : ,
Praised
Jury rr. Itemy Wood, who .moved owl' Community :

attractions In Arcadia a, ul the arm, the tare a I lour t .
."... felted. will be \betwvMj {
and DeSoto County have newer A returned Rate and Lew \s,. It. Avant. Ge..r.w)<
beam more attractive and six-man jury a la Purvis, r.ti Ing .lape-rmntetl. reid$ a to

,a/arled. bass UseyThave-ln' the, wardIt'elt-ffM'OeIIt' '.Wi'dn.aday +,,le.iM' dili.al-* ,,, .... iie 1.tH....wiutstAaaid. *aUe I PI*>,i'-M"rt,' .law ss.a.t.t..JPK_Jf-I. John..JUyy".. JwK U. ** Jy"Te'Pre5ideitt. .
(ltu-y) "
IMUt year as la evidenced by on all It. L. Bob Wert &
( ) &ncu
the Increasing number of winter of Knox O'Neal rumlicr.cusiU 11"-> d..M'f a fart they .d'.I.|. e, of a lawyer. B.
brut UiMrwl be
In ft, wail o
1lM !II _Uoiwnl whether ofiM't ll visitors who return to the qu
of stealing 7O head ul .....trt.I by John K. IIOd.... who Ralph Mitchell. Jr of Pin than we anticipated Mitchell :
,
the ; :
are each year, according to cattle from Iladrock money betongtl In UK lass ited 'the r..t l..y.. with ul' ;
Chamber of Commerce figures. Ranch where he haul Corporation l ........-. lUdrrMk Itanch, fi'Nil at tne UrtMikel. *>rvl I '|r m*.l iu..'liried Just before I he dead. .::1...".. A.......... president', of aUted. The local MW-ce .W .labor I

Moth the city of Arcadia and employed.The !>...s'> owned the ClreU T -.1111& the roill uml I selling .line Tuesday at noon. Central TV ansf earner Curporat I. very gv''f' e-*..i .a.purllyrespi ; t, '

'be'Co"nt7 have continued In RKV. FRKO K. CANT case against the ranch Ilan h ,leased I rum : tlatlcmk. theo u> I the Airudia IJveaiMkMarket. IkMrd. chairman ,Harold Oafrnr \ Ion. was the ilstlruiuUhe.d( nalble. fad USe ttf1.h..tll.: ; .

th>ir program increase fa- .r went on trial last l>("f,-ember In testimony, "Suykiaw Sh.r- {. ".. ru.-riif first. ir*> District h.1 I.:. T.will Mat have;101,...f'\VVT tiest at a get ac tialuled' "ruf cl4ncy rating/ ol the Inst1...... tlton.
cilitle. for recreation' and a- and was mntinurd thin IIi Lloyd' HoltArt nifTrd that tllletl Urfor.- the court wilh' Mjt Ills opponent{ < ." .." at the etll l plant Wed- We rant aa? for .aattww. t;
he railed. O'Neal"to h .. ."Ice, this. and has laved, With) the cepllon elf lsday l mil'''...*. Approsimsle' '
museinent to attract the vUltors week because the court run. Jury regaled si*>eywhxm bout the future but 1 U( WMU'' !
Church Rcaches the office ol Use atlUgtatratUvi .
out of prospective jurors last. In the courthouse on Dee. 11, 'th ,jury had been MupervUor )y aV heal buslneMiinen' andwenwn' lions remain the sMir* Csi) ,41, f '
the city has stepped up Its year. IMI to dlsruea the' alleged rat hrouithl buck 'lnU th .c..n. where Incumbentand '' attended.. The gather Trsnsfocnt.v will ronlfrftjealita

program of adding shuffleboard Milestone And Slate Attorney Frank Schaub lie theft from the HadrurkItamh <' ltol bert ItitOc. former lta.I.l newly appointed Clineliaycswn Urg was cUmsaed. with a cu.- high rats ol production: I
l will be opposed by
courts, improving the Has New Pastor filed the Indictments against O'Neal declined Ui make (Cuilinud MI |Mte: O-A) A..... Wallace tlolton. all other 1Vu.led, tour of Use plant. Ue: ..i Newco' nb*. plunlnuwt. :
Mf MlUttell |laid. lh Area-
canals courts Improving trailer O'Neal before the statute of ,,t < age r. anal his halt weri 1'1'j j
tuunty officials are unopposed.. >.Alan. thai. h. has .teen. in Arvw
pork facilities, and adding The Tee and Green Estates limitations were out. but the .a by the prtsuient. .far 'thV
These Include Tan Assessor
new atreet lights in their over- Ftaptist Mission. sponsored by .Indictments were quashed last 4M' tf number .f( time since /HIM Job ol operating. the.''pw'tand I
M.agar.l. Tax Colis'*.
McAnly.
ail, lung-range program ofclrtc the First Baptist Church of December and amended Indict: DeSoto Fair OfficialsTo "IA. pi.n. was, built h.,. In .late her their <<.......11'* al trieriweplttm.
betterment.Tlie Nucatee will, become a full manta were filed. tar '4jullmo brown, CwuelyxJudge :>r,.tt. "Th.. ,U the( > first.. timer ,. Guests 'vr g t3tt.
(iwrutet hays Countyl'rusetut
Arcadia city water church with a full time pastor Assistant Attorney John ... William ht.w.y.r. Ih4l 1 hive known'tor ad tat taw. cteor Ja..... they.
DuhoAeVCvunly
supply system Is under improvement on April S. Treadwell" III and CurhngSteedman r enj.iih lit. advance tin plan 't""jrvil guest ,....,.,. OirUeaecrttariea
: & Ah.. ,II I Uu.cI l lloll""i%.,.'It"". this. l lt.e get together II
both as U_ supply The Reverend Fred E. Cant of Miami' wow Is were hoie*tfi, .l
Serve Another Term tirrtoxl Kuperinlendent/ lluHriaiMier
,
be '
weuM a physical lmpusl
and treatment. I1 a r k areas a native ol Plant City has accepted special assistant It* the pr..cta.Ise ol Court I LevAvant. the lrethmetol fable'
with multi-colored Cask ..... y for air w .g.t arwvind to business. .lsbasea
The transformer
heavy the of the
pastonhip abandoned three counts
Kchool. (Ward members
'. ..
their pia. "w we hd them
ptanM& and shrubs,. are main. new church. 'In the Indictment against ('- The DeSoto County Fair. A.- rev sled a net profit of ap lr William. Clement and .liar. here." largely oil the btiQdinaIndustry .
tamed uptown and in the Lake Rev. Cant and his wife, the Neal 'in Tuesday's smaion of and aceofwlnf W>> 1.put" .- I
social Ion .held Its annual meet prailmatcly. tMC aid Jelinewn I have wanted 'Ui become
Katherine the bmIMaL.
areau former Helen Johns, of Tam- court. The of tmikiinsj
charge cattle
According to rooser. costef ItepteaenUlive. L Che- .bttUr .int'.d with, the toe-
The In- Ing Monday evening at the sc ju Florida .Is ..
county' program pee will make their home In theft was dropped' and the ) just. fQIW'ttlth.\
cecontimitd ... lerlteid. bmilh. 'U un..ppaed.and .. .
openincj iMt r-tr will' al I ..w... tae aume line but
ctydee development ef a new the 'LaIatrsThey have four *M_ in the Indictment Fair grounds In "Arcadia.! All Under way. :
be about IJOO and the redhtaam..r in the. TU' .....1..1. Dts* this f>*s been my first oPptJr'nlte' *
Bymnatorlunt.' new wayI, I d eparks married sons.Mis. which claimed' O'Neal rereUedand officers wire. elected to an.other .. Venator flask Th. president. .. warn .*.....Mon
.la w *>e u."d, wr .** UKt Incumbent" he saidMr
development of butteraecpndary Cant according to Rev. (tCwnw(, tied pegs --AI.
kept money for the sakeof term and president Mike penees. during. the year Willi.ro will battle It eul with """he" told' the group
roads and
improve Cant "is' the that r
movesContinued cattle.Deftnse
power
6-A looser outlined 10 Ideas to I Im* Itooscr' rave a breif outlineof futiner (Cooiinued on page ) ( on page C-A) Attorney'sI lAmar .
; prove the fair. ten liwprovrm' eta needed by Iwo" .l Wsuchua.atatea community hs aired and -
A nominating committee. the. lab associaUon. They areas AlUjrney. Prank Shawb.Ilin c"Joer.0 help/ make. CTCsucti --
headed fellows: Judicial. (.:lftUa.. lUaden* a trememleus suev ss) Plans camPIFor :
Lyle former
by Weod.,
OLDTIMER MYSTERY PICTURE I NO
LONGER
MYSTERYMrs. UeAoto County Agent. retosemenJwl 1. Need a new raroivsl Ion. will' nave at his eovnent, ",r.. Cllm.."lng him. talk* he
Chamber :
that the .......Uon company t. take .the mM. W M. (MMkey} Smiley, Jr. pre-nlei' a cheek to John II. ,
I cwaUml.e. \ with| the way. oI Tampa. Panlels. sect U*>..ra..Mgs ol -
sam officers Ut IM4. AUo 2. Need. to build an auditorium Three Republicans will seek. the CKMnber vf Cmrvnerc, for Don! -uer Frid!

Harward Right Selection recommended was a conUnus lie staled ,that suet the OevetfM*** .".... They are havnter. n+ arnber ,riip. HO .
Appro inMMr )
Len of the terms ef the pee a bvlldlAg tumid. be ue led
sent' board ., dia. .-.. ( on pageA) t j..:. M*.' .as ..... s-A t glass| M...... ..."........t... hero are e C*pec*
The1 young girl who was Sh 11 Creek are and fetor Academy. WM a popular" slog' One director. Mrs fostelleOewsey. m ,ree binqutt( IanutYOW, '. tat

Last w"II;'. myitery.... wa., irere'l to homestead en the er. played. Ube plan** and en* ewuMty. borne demon. -- the Ar. adu,, "V., ..*M*,,'> emu.
.. the OMilmerls guessed none sUaUen .**sted sJ e .. M .. ..;,.
Ncslce fi *td waer she wee t rl.alrn.-d her f/lrnrts. feaU fi J' h i fienie's, %*r .y*
.twr, than the former Myrtle bun during tb m.Jl IOM.WAlrc I he r e out be r.ppvtnted. The sass. manager Isis. .rettrawted. ; I'rvsnTh '.
n........., wife It* P. II. liar e of irSi, w th coma: dialogue) and. reriSKe ....... no4.neied. Mrs. Alice saran.a. lwkel ...... 7..

wwsl what was the mystery At lit* t-me 'he picture wag a..u-a.. K.. Parker te fill U.. vacancyin .> pews ram will ''tit" a5i.

picture several. weeks. ageMrs. made Use pn U Tsph r waetrytif attended the sftnoU ., ether act. ***, the anc a aolall.. ts D&*MI. Cfesmly Irt. i

liar ward was born In to roar S snOe, but site I>r 4.tCounty... ...... wes *wf_ l.U.e. aet the II threw*,h XIas lustrtes. and an aHdre:2:'11"y I
DeSot Cuu.. August IX s' fri hte ed frown Just rud OtUWr Jamiary M Use date for the gas ward II, U' niUy, corpvtttte
21. HIV She ta hr
b.i.g had a Uotit BwUel) byOr e. 1561at'. An attempt was J etC4 serielary ., aiM! Itosjdaf J
Artfcer M, Seeffcwell efVteete C It XcaJlh: ae frit mar -b-r la gaa l statndiwt. *i aiLJ. la. art the liaise a* II hmmbf,.. Cennweree jOeavce -

2. Be* t+O. was tneeteat ink c'71ft the Methodist ,........ but would nut casual wtU 1ftW. tl n.niih I"ar-=
perssn te ..evert IJr Men s.alr.sl M a.. ortasa/e swye tnat.. she. was asst.; a Lrsq ..... at OritoM lug,. sent the 'li.hus to IfHthe ...:

tiny ..,... P. W. Msrwartf. g... hare. wbws It eai... le at- wheal. 1 .ti.are.aq. tolstAVirlt. 1.06534tat.nnMiA
a. last __..'. Mf tery Pus. H,, r slabs) and .sr1.ais-tans.. eau asea.tiatae tre.eu.erCK al m.
.bee.. Me will ......_ e t*>ree &**. raw .eaU UN .ad'1 days eles ....&* lb.. stated that Md 3r 1( lksrusa 'will'',7be sawed"Slav

....... .enietsi. a The e* Ac MUand as a t-. $aawa the Nt bud the teasel. i\. .; 1 ii; "1.
Area.ium. T..... _.'. ..,... ee.iMi....-.s that. dos gric ..teipU/ *n 'eee. ,...e,.. lx.eweetbst I II8ftI4 n..u." .bee tien: It*. ;
.... > Lt*.iekg !. UM. many lifts ejaa slated ae .Ml* so veer. l*> the
M S. ae
a.ery anti.. m.IMS. ? 4 Uw *...._ e..*... w.... lb.I the.. aeeas Has jetjet ........., ; .4 Jaw, bin, the. moor inn
went ensa taws *.... She Yad e / II* firm .r .....'-7 ," .
*. wean y -eiMii k.r .............. lbnkr (....r. Ch>le.. *vll J
the dae*.hter" .* E.a :. p. was a law ...,..r..M e-4. Witter tlr :' .wselb. came.. u
** busily -. wta hater .*..< ate. server .- ...... prebl -.s.- from Tevae. w"ere K*-....

DrS.te ftataw 0--. .... eis be -W ..,.. owl l*.ler swrvvtt, 'as'letident
i whm were a.Mj1. .aria f7sttd- abed .-..... bee. gadra .. I Weather of MhxoU. .. '."

She ..w a of eawp-w eeaa.asswl.d J I professor alter ,gi.sh
&Aaa.Mn.. Iterw" .. tK* ..a.l>*.rT ( _.u. I'.... "..... iront the HniverstljKKsvr. ;:' !' Ih
free ctkUdrev ...... hers ....... slid. 1Je rissrt. s/d4ewatr j Report y x t .a u..ilr rtRoUey .

.swl rw. geb>. la e gr wd.swtlgr she wan tasse M 'ass .hs.K. aw". for Florida. tutscvveti ,lwj
.. -- ... a very ..... per alai.f .......... e-em ..... EftsS high Law. Raise rf.'fsaar ar C.parlm.nt' '
..... r taM btsdm and ehirMag. .... .... Meeider or
jrW Sot the
w Marta It a Asneefgtun $
.. .fV" Jl/>U "I ref.- lieeiectrU. for Mr, 1w. JIhII:....ra&.. ./ltrac.nr. 'tor" ,... {
Jaw spas ssenN M ion iii. r akslsaise.ak.r Jay her eases ... at muss. Ma .** IX u.. ** lor rVarUJa; peas
ase b e r taaaty.atsstt. ..... are. .1.e grand ihsllsem' tt/.n1.13 M M JM t.cttad Urm as offTc-r of Ik* Dcarator pre..nl year remain the same aJ..... Hit Florida Har ApreaW.dt.t

..... ...... ye.is s. a .... 0. two __ .....-- ....... Mare. 14 a* M J*. frilly .lr AjwucUtion" from !lb.dlr. with 1M eusrirtkyn. .f Mr*. -.11.. Wile Av

spry .a- g..J-c.. .. raMsst. Mare IS *tf a M IIMh&! Mr ,'"....,r. pressklatt. ltattnr, Mn.' Alir. K. I'arkrr WM4ect sseatws cad ''tn.nests

.... .- a.. ...eef.1Nr elaids.awas sfied des ., ee wat. x- .. a.. bas. rlN ,c4ll8mKJJ. lttraa/rerx Lasterasaecasare .a la bier place. (Arcadian Photo)- based ./ drr.rWs. at

Jlaseasa -- taasaa rase MM*. P. W. MAAWAJM .. De -a waa ana.fa. ,. 'MarUi IT 7. 62 -** sa.tary..lad' ltotieevt Tat-. aUatsf > Cbaebsf. ed

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2-A THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida, Thursday, March 19. 1964

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l Literary ClubEntertained Effie Lou Keen Mrs. W.A. Neal


CHIT at Attended Recent Entertains ClubIn


r. br*.*. C.Htl.s..u, Guest ProgramThe SeminaryMiss PalmettoThe


Arcadia Literary Club \ Effle Lou Keene. daughter Arcadia Rook Club met
Friday March 13, at the her j
I entertained members of two of Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth !
SPRING IS IIERE other literary Clubs. and of Mrs. James Carney in Palmetto .
Keen 322 N. Mills Avenue was
I Yes, or will! be officially Friday March 20th. And friends, at their Annual Open with Mrs. W. A Neal

: because it I Is my favorite season of the year, feel floating meeting on Wednesday, Mar one of the more than 400 college as hoat..ss.
11 the Womans Club West students from 22 states The luncheon served
at
at
Cloud 9 around the be out i
on just corner, no may attending the tenth annual
of Peace River. p.co: : !isisted of creamed chic.I .
raking leaves or something most anytime now. It certainly ttud nt Missions Coruerenca;
This was another of th I ?n in timbals, asparagus souf.
is fun weather and that's for Of r
sure. course at New Orleans Baptist Theological fie. congeal.d: : lime salad, glazed
series of SOth Anniversary parties -
: the azaleas are about gone, but they certainly were the Club members have Seminary recently. pi-jr pickle, olives. potato

beautiful whilo they lasted, and I, for one, think they enjoyed during the year Dcsicn&i to provide Infvfrrnation ;- chips, hot rolls custard: p.e

are pretty In' the summit" )bTCAu4, the bU h' remains Th club rooms were beauti- and inspiration to persons and coffee.

preen and put f out hew foliage all the Um And the fully decorated with flowersin interested in mission service : Mrs\. C. D. Boring made high

oaks are breathtakingly beautiful with all the bright the club colors, yellow and ii the two-day conference sctjr_ In the afternoon game

'. new green leaves and we have so many tree white. i* included speakers panel discussions Attending were Mrs. Edna

in Arcadia' Ihey make our town beautiful place to Mrs. A M. Dtnnls president i ?t and private conference Carlton, Mrs. H E.!: Potter! ,

live,'.and furnish shade for the breezes to blow throughin graciously welcomed the Mrs. C. L. Craven;. MM: c

summer arid keep1',us cool This is the first year that .guests and members and said Some of the topics considered MRS. DENNIS SNIDER P. Sandu&ky. Mrs i Ellen Camp.

that the club this R fit were "Steps to appoint- bell. !Mrs Edith Scott Mrs.
'I have failed to have petunias in bloom; but most of programs
my friend .do have them. so I can enjoy theirs. Then year had used historical: themes: yr? M .'e ment as missionaries", "TheMissionary's Sharon f ForehandIs D C. Harriett. Mr*. A. J. Dozler .
the Field.
Task
wn I Stirs Mary Brown
using both American and local Miss
there is I the frnftmncu of orange blbomi everywhere. history, and that the club and "Student Summer Missions Bride of Myrtle Brown. Mrs. C D. Bor-
.
.. and I have tree with the ground white' with
i ono thought' it very fortunate that a program of placing ing and Mrs. Otbrge Leitner

bloaeom4 t r I and certainly that ia perfume that Arcadia haa an historian Cbl, :: students In mission situations Dennis Snider The Hub win meet: Friday

exeryotnS ca ncnjoy. I like the perfume of gardenia! or Read B larding, and that the during the summer vacations. April 3rrf with ILl I'* Ellen

old'fashioned cape jasmine, but many people think it a club was able to get him tor Severer missionaries on furlough Miss\. Sharon Forehand and Campbell at her home on East

bit ,too much. Rut the orange blossoms suits us' all. the guest speaker for the af- : were included in conference Dennis Snider wets united In Oak. Street

\Visitor from South Dakota ternoon. personnel departments- of marriage Friday nl!ht. March'

..v. Mrt.' Net!' ((17.W.) Browrt' hail a pleasant surprise Col. larding congratulated 1'z both foreign and Home Mission 13 The bride is the daught.r
we..i the club on having been organized EMMIXIS of the Southernl3apll.5t of Mrs\. William Browning,
Thursday of last when Manley (Red) Wright call- .O '
fifty and I'f Convention. and the
years ago Royal Howard Estates,
ftt'&eti Jn.1
did
ed lhat he wan flying into Tatnpa.nd\ was coming
asked that Mrs. lIurh B. Jones, bridegroom U the son of Mr.
to see her' on Friday lied lived in Mrs Brown's home _
the only Charter member present and Mrs. E. E. Snider of Peaco 9. rrrpt
when. ha was: A flyer at 1)orr Field during the war, and stand and be recognized Methodist.Warren Shores.
Rivfr
she ,became trry fond of him.. (She said that she was She ha been a member since Attend : performed 1What's
The was
MeetingIn ceremony:
S-jlad to eee him as she woUht haTe been her own son, UH.. by The Reverend Raymond 4.

-Dr... nt but that J.J > debatable. Anyway, The speaker spent a great Sarasota Hayes at the pastors home on

Immedintrly'cslletl deal of time on obtaining as
r'6hC her Kfrtnddftufthter/ Nancy ark.l The Sarasota District of the 201 N. Dade Avenue.

l er Raronda' ,In Tarnpa 'askied, ( ,. her-I to' meet the,plane, much local<<: history as he couldto Woman's Society of Christian The bride attended DeSoto

lodge Red 'overnight t.;and bring* him?:to"Arcadia Friday. bring before the .group, but :J.rvlce: held As Fourteenth County Schools and Mr. Sni-

-Nancy wan ,still at home*.at that time 1'0 she was delighted did his Moled spend the time greater in discussingthe part of Annual Meeting at First Meth- der attended schools In Michigan \. -

'. to see-her frfendag-aln'Thls: .was the first time Historical Society that has Mol odist Church in Sarasota on and Punta Gorda
March S, in an all day ..a- Mr. and Mrs.\ Snider will
Red Jind bee !!'batk.and my friend Nell literally killed recently been organized. lie

the ,fatted,-calf for, hull lie waa equally glad to seeher.iJd invited all the women present, sion. 479 members and 34 pastors make their home at Peace River the Occasion?
where he is
Shores em-
hod .td-:r4tttrh to 'Tamp*'in early- afternoon to who were so Inclined to join were in attendance. Arcadia salesman by the
members attending the ployd as a
'hturn ,tot Sioux 'Fallti ''It and be Charter members of the We've Flowers to Fit!
Home Inc.
meeting were Mrs. Paul Kemp Peace River Shores ,
.i.a' n. '..M 1U..... Dick Rtarkey Society. This offer will be open Mrs. Raymond Hayes 1\.1\. r..

,.'' "" 'Thatfks iluhny Lanier Starkey of Ft." Dtyersi'And! until have the first been of coming April. from People tcs. HAztKV DALTON FRANKLIN, JR. J. II. Treadwell. Sr. Mrs. Jane

the roasonr that I am 'thanldnrf >ner t fas because bften towns and counties near by to Miss Natalie End Bride of PUch.,_ Mrs Bessie, Cavaa Miss\ Attended Class
have n vtl Gore Hjfifart F R.fftr lanes
I 'mthf'fllf'' of interest tome or an1ot\else for the '
the meetings, and since it is ;
Hod;; ; ;
column.hut friend' Dunrty 7.truds it'and en- row, Mrs. Mrs. Reunion InLakeland
my ; ; hot only a DeSoto Couty group Miss Natalie Anetta End became Harry Franklin
John A. Simons. Mrs. Claire
Joys-it .\Bhoi 1 writes 'and tells m.80.'t .bell .
; mo, V but the entire Peace River the wife of Harry Dai- Jewell Mrs. Nelson and Rev.

Boi'liwrlt* elk my<.off ) : '< Valley CoL Harding said that ton Franklin Jr. Sunday, Mar was Matron of honor. She wore Raymond Hayes."The .

her my publieso! YOU,read.aomethlag.elae.iTh1.eel! l the society will be named 8. at the Lutheran Memorial a dress Identical to the Maidof called to

was started when I wanted to get something off PEACE,RIVER VALLEY HISTORICAU Church In St. Augustine. The Honor and the same head- order"at meeting 10OO: ..m.was by the DIs- Mrs. Cordon. Brown. Mrs.Jane |2 m MAGNOLIA
Mrs.\ Louise
SOCIETYThe Whidden Mary
chest, hence the name. It is a place where the bride Is the daughter of Mr .dres and flowers. trict President Mrs. M. L.

"we" can give way to the columnist's"I" I have, always speaker named many and Mrs. Richard WhitneyEnd Phillip McRae served the Turbeville.- Invocation wasmade McEachern: : and C.Lakeland.J.\ Carlton .
things about thla section thatthe Sr., went to
tried to limitless of and the bridegroom the groom as best man. Melvin Mc-
cover a variety subjects residents can be especially by Dr. Kenneth O. Rogers -. Thursday to attend an Alumni I
and with a wide range of treatment.. serious, nvhen proud of, and in particular son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quaig served as groomsmen, of First Church.: Sarasota. reunion luncheon of Southern I \
Dalton Franklin Sr, all oJ5t.Augustine. and ushers were Larry Strong
I am talking' about the library.my pride and Joy/ Ulb la the Jaet that lour'of the and Roy Albritton.Mr. Welcome was given by Mrs. College, of the old Suther-

pontificial at times seldom potic angry agreeable} great governors of the State ojFlorida : and Mrs.\ End entertained Nevin Simmons. President of land era. .

gloomy and glad, and always Informal. It will continue came from the Peace The Reverend Harvey A. with a reception at the Woman's Society of FrUt Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Edge of ,
Hartman the dou-
to be a place where personal opinion personal .xperr-: River Valley Doyle Carlton I ble-ring performed four'.in Catholic Daughters Home Immediately Church. The subject: of the Croveland were the hosts for
Sr, Wauchula Spessard Hol ceremony session wasWe Witness the luncheon at the Lakeland Right This Way
ences, personal whims can feel unfettered. In fact, iU ; the afternoon. Mrs.\ Barnard following the cere- **
Service. Mrs.
Kempof
f'f'a where who likes to write do and land D.rtow; Park Trammel Through Terrace Hotel.
place a gal can so
E. Kurtz mony.
presented a programof Arcadia is District Secretary \. To Dining Pleasure
.
Lakeland: and Albert W. Cllchrlst Mrs. Grace Murrel and Mrs.Mary
in any mood that happens to strike her fancy. music. After a week's honeymoontrip
organ Promotion. She
of reported -
Punta Oorda not In Higgins of Lakeland decorated -
Who Was the First Woman to Run for the l-re ldencJ'1 The bride, given in marriage! to Florida Resorts the the District with its 43
that order, necessarily. He stated the tables for the din-
will make homeat You're headed In the right
Senator Smith is not the first by her father wore a floor couple their
Margaret Chase ] Societies, has a total member- .
and
that at the Tuesday night I net were responsible for
Woman who ha dared ,to compete with the masculine meeting of the Peace River 'length peau" ,tie -sole::'gown,' 400.Flagler Blvd. St. Au- ship of 3921. the 14 Guild&. Units the attractive place- ,cards. direction: when you drive inhere.
"' sex for the office of President of the United States. Valley J 1ator'lw'Socl.t.t Vernon have 279'members.The Mr. Edge served aa Master
neck: and long sleeves t h a tended father of the ride, and hearty, satisfying dishes
Eighty years ago there was another who delled,..... K. Peeplea will give a biographical In the head. his parents, formerly lived in Devotional Message was of Ceremony and everyone and .
a point over friendly.ervlce.STEAKS
ventlon and ran for the presidency. 't. u. sketch of the late DeSoto County. delivered by Mrs. David R. had such a good time at their
The skirt with flat-Jeweled
Delva Ann Bennett was born in Royal ton. In NMrf-> Uov. Ollchrlst.. front had hoops over the hips Thurman of Miami. Presidentof first reunion that they votedto !
Col. Harding said that some the Florida Conference Woman' make it an annual affair.
ara County of New York State In 1830. At eighteen(( j h/) and fell Into a short train. She
of the things to be researched: Society of Christian Ser- Among the thin attendingwere
married Uriah McNall, a farmer, who only six .jrvan wore a Queen's tiara crown Grilled te m TurnPotatoes.
and studied will be who settled vice and Wesleyan Service two from
out of the
Salad'
later left her a widow with one child. .. ,. e with finger-tip round veil of
reminded
Guild. She that -One
Arcadia, who named It, ua state from Arkansas and
Mrs. Bennett taught school for a time but -whvti filmy nylon illusion and car- From 1.50
when did the Railroad come, each has our own work and and one from Kentucky:
she found that women were given only half the' itslBlll'y'! who governed the town how ried a bride's bouquet ot white must do it. We must work together

received by men, she went to Genesee College for further and why It has changed, how Iris and carnations centered to light a flame thAt

study HO that she could do better. After,that, she are we different from other with a while orchid. of may be seen. We must work Mrs. Nell Brown's PINE POINTRESTAURANT
sister
Miss Ann the
taught and at the end of the Civil War move/irttp! towns and counties, and one End with people with love and compassion Grandson
bride, was maid of honor She EngagedMr.
Wajthlntrtnn. n.CT. to take un the atudv of law. of the most Interesting questions In addition to giving
,
.
t wore a gown of apricot silk organza \. and Mrs. William Bokeeof
-SOOn after her arrival.",-.h- r married( Dr. Ezekiel IGwood ..- "Whal has happened' to ballerina length with,, a money. Christian women havea Ft. Myers announce the engagement -
Arcadia on Saturday night tOO role as wltneaes, they must
a dentist and claim agent who did to
not'object fitted sleeveless bodice with of their daughter SR 70. lastRONNIE'S
He emphasized' the fact that to have faith.
f his wife's advanced Ideas. The male students in her scoop neck, with the skirt'en-; Maria Pixje. to John Arthur

classes, however did. but through her stern PpUfflloja! I !enjoy interest history enthusiasm one and must a have keen broidered apricot: on white, After lunch in the Churchparlors Henry son of Dr. and Mrs. -- .. -.---
the afternoon
her and besides Relva nWdfiv waist She wore a Ducheaa. session Wilson T. of
to work private study desire to learn, not only the convened Special music was Hendry Perry,
wood Wall graduated" from the National Unlvcrsltf Law'things. mentioned above, but with an apricot bow at the rendered by a vocal quartette and grandson of Mrs. Nell

r School at forty-three and was admitted to the \V-sn|_ many more interesting' ones about tiara crown of apricot with Rev Edwin Montlo,.. Rev. Brown of Arcadia. TIDBITIt's
short apricot' veil' and her flowers Miss. Boekee: attended Florida -
Ington Rar. the entire Valley.At Claude O. Tucker. Rev. Ralph
Mrs.\ Lockwood specialized In claims against. ''the''' the conclusion of Cot. were apricot baby carnations Jones and Rev. John F. Few, State University where she called middle age because
flowing from a white was a member of Delta Delta
government and was so successful: that she became the Harding' .interesting talk. Mrs.. lace parasol. all of Methodist Churches In Delta Sorority The bride-elect, that's where It shows

, first woman to practice: : law before the Supreme Court. Dennis said that Miss. Mari- Mrs. Ronald Skclton. slater Ft Mjrers la presently employed by Th. most.

( ,This was the beginning. of a long life of extremely active lynn Keller, the artist who of the groom of Hastings, After the music the guest. Citizens and Southern National
to be soloist tor the
and constructive service. was guest speaker was introduced. She Bank In Atlanta aa. fT| sU

She devoted!' much of her tremendous energy to afternoon, was unable to behere was Dr. Vela Howell Cleveland Mr Hendry received his J).S.degree WATCH |/WgjArwJ
and that Mr. Walter Rails .JiS. .
.
., .. RALPH E. STOUT
...
of Ft. .ad.. Florida Vfig
the cause of women's rights and did everything In had graciously consented at the Possetfes Lead In Btalogy and Chemistry -

her power to Improve conditions for her sex. She help. last minute to fill In for her Avon Pork ParadeThe Local Girl Will Elen Missionary Cowan now Memorial serving in the from Davidson>> College,

eel l to secure equal property rights .lId equal guardianship and this proved to be a happy Kolar. Mysore Stale Hospitalat India. N. C While at Davidson he \ .Lj\! ]

of children, for the women of the District: of .Co solution to what could have DeSoto County Passel Teach at Ariz. Her stirring words aid enlightening was a member of Pi Kappa
Alpha Fraternity The
future
lumbia. She also formulated!' a bill to make the pay of been embarrassing since Mr. tee participated In the AvonPurk color slides made atroa..ppcal bridegroom attends .

women equal" to that of men and gave much attention Rails .Is 4 favorite with. music Cet.eriial Parade Sat State College \10 her audience. The University School of Dentistry.Atlanta Emory. ROMiE'SS J..t.
lovers In the City of Arcadia.& urday. March 14. and led oft
to the rights of Indians' and to the couse of World conditions under which a hoe- and is active in sl Psl
the colorful Possetlea
Mrs.. Elizabeth Scott: was the parade. It has Just been learned by' pita! must' be maintained! in Phi Fraternity last Oak M-
Peace.In riding& were Mrs. Lily Hay',
: 1884. the Equal' Rights Party of the PataficCoast accompanist"1 waited His for numbers the Lord included Mrs. Sue Mule Mrs.. Janene Mr .and Mrs. Pat Hansel that SowthEast Asia compared to The wedding will be an A........ Fields.

nominated Mrs. Lockwood for President of the by Fell Mendelsohn "Vale" Norton. Mrs. Jeanette Foley.Mrs. their cousin Mr*. Ralph J:. those familiar to us in our own event of early aummer In Ft. Dial WA .. Tat
: Stout. will teecfk In the Country' ia One rule
physicaleducation striking. Myers.
United State, and although she was defeated they Delia Twtsa. Miss Linda
by Kennedy Rusaetl; "Now .........
I department, ArizonaState however I* the same: the patient -- -
nominated' her four later she Miss. Linda Carl- --
again years and was Sleeps the Crimson Petal1, Sue Bevls. .
Mrs.stout is the
College Flagstaff. most Imports"
defeated" again. Lord ton and Miss. Olnl Tw.....
with words from Tennel-
.to the former Ira D. person la the hoapital. At
The widespread' activities of this enterprising wont 001; "TradeWinds- from the They shouted and yelled. Uk.
P rkei>of Arcadia daughter.1Mrs. American Jeep with a rack or Our Latest
an did not cease when she was defeated for the prf Salt Water naltads by Fmter- pro cow guts and In the afternoon NeJa Parker and the Ute top is the most valued arnbu- Model HomeBy

I d ncy. From then on she became connected with many "dt XtUn.. World U Walt- went to the Rodeo Jams Smiley Parker Sr., one lance When. a patient enters

national! and International organizations'and project of ing toe Ue'SunrUe", by Kar- and led the Grand Entry andperformed ., the five Parker brothers &heplul a member of UM REX CONSTRUCTION COMPANYLocated
their drill
importance. 1889, she waa a delegate to the UniversalIVace nest. r Sikes; 'SenmmecUme'Stein Uses* en hor.cbMk. who owned and operated Parker family accontpenys' him .. prepare
and by
Congress In Paris, and three>jreara lAter .became George' Genhwtn rgy : "My Little The poaseUee. .nave scheduled Brothers' Ranch for many. his fend which often o. g| Verawe nd> I. VNIa' HIM. PeHt

a member of the Int.maUooal'rM.ee' ) Bureau in Undy Lou" by' Strickland. another event for a Horse year prior to their death means the entire family comet (Near lot CkrtoUaw C*.*.*)

.. Fottiea. on April 4th There Mrs. Stout attended.. public along. Here appears the value S .*4r... _
The> members and guests will .e ti aathe Ma.y Other Pests...
(Continued on page AIrx schools In Arcadia and TaI'Dpealld of the rack on the jeep. Tb
Toyed this musical JiI"'CIWIb., be. a parade at 10.to: am,, with.
--- reeeived her AD from As- patients. are ee numerous OWInUIt >>>
Armdia*. very wn arttats veryrmarh. the snow starting promptly at eou. Wtknore XturtlJ' be aumbers In CALL WA 8-5741
bwry -- even order ANYTIME
Mra. Dennis presented tOO pan. In the afternoon
She formerly taught at to see a doctor in theta No Oaletisw
gifts tu each ., the three guests gaeetteot Pi.......
Monroe. Junior High. Tamp arm A small fee t b always

etpreatlng appreciation elaM ;: and as esperted te receive, .her charged to encourage self rr**
cwtto for their contribution
1 I matter's degree from Ts-ecnera pert. This might be a ctUc***

t +t1t ttlnunes t frees page 1-A. )M IRTH |I Collage. OouatnbU University. a few egg. or a ... *..).... .-

Published) every Thursday inern&c i at !let-.. W. i New York In June,' where Dr. bee nt this area aremstnourtahnl. bade Complete Line

Oak Street P.O. Box 070. ArcWla, Florida. Mtl. Cart K. ftfcmit bee been pursuingpnet. are aot given Of New Fabrics
docteral study and nesercls. solid food for year. Moat. of
N".l1.pubUah..? Margaret O.: IfeHXfsjef, bwsl- Will Celebrate .
the electric Is 3S
during lf*> ... current only Just
ArrivedFor
eve Entered. S.oond Clew ........ October '
manager. aa IT
-: Mr.. and! Mrs. Sam Godfreyot Dr. Stout, staff snember ., rjelea. Instruments connoe. be I
25tn
1H4 at the IV.t Office at Arcndia, Dorid*, WMtor Art WCxMWtreea Anniversary Jacksonville. announce the the University .. Tamp from used. aaUl M rjtWs are ob

of March fs. 111.. tnu r ah ptia "' birth of a daughter. Trey OoeU.on ., Ittf-ea.. has been appointed to tained.
'al.
; Member Florida Frees AawariaUe*.'NaUenJ4>ferfttorlalAsaociaUon. : l 4tt ; Wednesday March 4UuMr the fscelty .* the Scnoal otBetieatsasi Work ts now done by tke :

International Confermce I their pith Wedding AaJvrrseary *. Godfrey wttt fee remembered aa asa associate profissue National America a jiinsnnel culc,.
nt Waealy tt.we.
Smaday. Marth' ., si .aa the former Mine .1<<- 1st Flagstaff. tie win work wttfc the NaUeavess.do .
paper Editors Sigma Delta CM.: diets besee In a.u-. 99BimeU of Arcadia. Trey Mecfc -.nee. in educational ad.makrentlas net replace th-. Tne ..- See Them

Advert Msg RrpreeetHaUvee. VlerU* -Press Service; Friends end) :)......... are tae ,4 war naamdl Leeditn, ., M the gtadeatepagran. enact Cnurrh alee. has Its sea and Choose

t OalneavtMe.. Florida Aaaerfena .. Invited] tocH between. tne ..:--- .. cial sued pblaerepth, .(TOcer Soap i.* very least The One For Your
; Newspaper KenreaenUUvea hosts. ot two and.) 'at* m tneMrs Mr. and Mra. Jest' Hag'n off eel pjuanlaHons. and aaaaat .m abates are was and by bet.
New York New Yark; AUanUC" 1A:1> -tf .... .... New Easter Dress
&arasota anna nor. tie twits uhf auvrvWo. .t eAaeet lag on. rocka. To keep a hae.ahMauad

duHsrrlptiea IUtea.-.One Year .4M( ala Meats tU. Campbell wee .... In ., a son. Craig Tad. bom onTtoeoday. contents alga. apses ate
Arced, la the tfaughler. of Marcn is. la laraootaMeojorvU Dy51415th Mrs. Stout pUn. to loft at U. IIoIIIr tveywb.. THE
Single Copy MaUed Xs 0-... FABRIC SHOP
Mrs urges Mcdenitnasi ofSareaotsv IfoapltaL to.Arcadia prtoreparture te tl+ard with &II tt1L flue be0ltat, r.het

';. : o. W Back 1wo-U Cents h r rtetty ., Ano tia.M Mrs. Hagar la the drsgbtnr. r.e .rw.!**/ tie.sl ,. cea.My. rhea, ptbasNm 32W.

... gTondOaug Ieer of Mrm. of Mra Marfaret Ord..... A..I N'waA eeM ;:' ctetty trusted dud l e.1'' Oak 5,. WA 973 1

r. K. rut. AMI Jia. .. H. N__ Aveone .......... ha+es-b-pe..al it sat boetd i I H _






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p THE ARCADIAN. : :=. Thursday March ::9. :::: 3..:lj




Pa Met with ; 1 10IP. Deg Tax, AretHHfi. Morittii. IWr. 1* and -in that- --

Lefebvre j/ CHIT CHAT order (Charlie aid that it probably was a tag from '

@Ch6Ofl&L ; l one of his "1'ullM.h.C." ...... Hahn'a ilo s. Ifo. now E

I Arcadia Business and htvr in Heat I'aim lUacii. (".$..1 ulwuyu had numerous
him tin*? doM.vhrn .
\Vomei c.ub: met \
Mrs Joe' Letei wre'a. Tv*.* (Coral inueJ: from page 2-A) \ t nskeil. Charlie It (he small bronM, tug

"' March 1O. i're.isient Mtsw 'Bern. Liter, she wa nvuk -eeretnry of the \mc.'riennbrunch bnuiKhi him wl or hart hark rMh.. mnmder of
: D"n>no presided Dur- ami was on the muvnii.itwi, committee for the the diy ho laughingly stunt..| that hte day went on very
the business session plan Nobel Pence ITU. similar to all of his other day) sinew he retired.

with \ the party for patients! at For fifty yenta. Ik-hn I.o kwood devoted her life It has bun u Inner liner 5...... lklii but 1 will say ,oJ;,

Mrs. J. II Coker left Saturday denton the former! Miss Lila Mrs\ : Pierce Wood Memorial Ilu- to the curiae o, \>ui .vjts rgh.3; and for the promotion that any thug' would l inn proud to \vtuir a tu:,' as:: pretty '
The
for Bowling green an I han Murrill of Arcadia and I,,". w.re completed BPW Club par- ol w .nu {>iu.r.:: bliv h_a Un an outstanding record of as: that one i is.Talent = :
sponsored by
Homestead for a w.ek's visit her sister. Mrs V. M. Sykesof District 9, will be he Iii Achie\ement. a tints \. hen few ,,"onwn'ere occupied .I
W..h relatives Bradcnton were visiting \: luy, March 26. Two hun- in matters Otlts...., the home, her Cc..t'u- unusual -
rclaiitus. friends and attend- .p n ': and fifty patient will ana \\Ot .h)' 04 t. ."'....i... riv"K uiou than u ha Show at Tourist Club if
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tinsley ina to bustncs in Arcadia: <( : Plain also leti.xeU.vhos.
entertained. were
.
: !lost: aid 1 uC'lldatr.' *. BurkeU and IO e. Th lourlats' Ulei& ,.. .1..\, "
Sunday returned: V'ed- .ued to have member re- "\ Who America." 191617. carried Last Saturday 11
: n. sday from Panama: City husband have recently moved Th ntN at the National Con- a sum- waa pros ntrd' Salurticy night
Whore they attended the Flor- .o I.racte..ton and bought n lid' many ua t.*?.'. Lttulllp.l111Itea.a, : anti she het t'st&f!& wrote :March I la. to u I.lr'e I uau,,ice,
in Detroit. let, ... Ca...1' i".i .Ud ....... ..... llM .i" I Mr. Shipley of Union-
i lea Retail Grocery<< : Association hones there. Mr Burkette reared > loth : meeting w* turned -j iti.i.uuiie' in U..o entuiod. !Mr.. Wul.jini" TV..' MIS won
r. Tinslcy is Director two years ao as Ctrvula- ,: )'. ium! i !:A., fur ihe I H'.tdl'nCa fa. Mr. and Mrs. Thom- fJiII''U. fJi-
a in the to Mrs Alpha EnUmln- rust pint with her orl:'lti itmui .
ton! Manager of one of Norfolk There .... i5! hwv.y Ul ....> mnw ....r.
; Association ihairman of the Civic) is n tilo-suc Portrait of :Mrs. Lock.\\ool in the ;.il .rilultutts, 'the in"nsthoriii
M..1a and 1 Mr. and Mrs.
Va. biggest dailies. Hehuu & \"; tlon Committee Sub- National' (ial.cry, \\ hanK.on. 1>.C\ tank second pnx. a ivrt C hart?' Vtfilfcird of S.tfJnuw.Mt *
Mr. Mrs. beta. manag.r for 33 years, i.., "Commun I-ditorsNo: the third w.,. awurtlett. to Mr. a ;; ;.
and Ilarb;it Bau- 01 fragrant 1 km ute that she belonged to the: !.hTnriilwy.
.
met, children: Susan Sam and ana. now. Lillian and say.Florida that he is :y ." Mr. tnvxaUni t's (M-u- 11'oman'a Club, or if ti,ey due not, Ian"U suc:hut tiling and 1 Mr*. Uloyd GU>\er. whjmung wnaUans still
Hizibo! loft Sunday: : for enjoying golf wea- ? was suinuU oil txtunple" l then stags to Mr (llovwr'a! ftuit .ro.
her He earned It. tumetiiiiitftry !annular b.ittuso: whoM..,*tl shard > biitiK h Itl .l the Wf*..liin4fuh
their h'>me in New York Ci..yfol uata can set to undo u iu."Ulttp.An'm.nt -- MUI \Dtinhanipriid
tcr; XV'onu,, I'e..ce..tnd think that it has been
: to by their 'H ..hle"V. crafts 'In 'tile morning
owrt3 a month v isit here .ununi.m.I. neariy tuo-humlied t urs and \ are Mtill working tor u...1 l t Inn tltJ n fir moon.
defined ) >* \ ..*. 'I ho : MtJi .a..ItlJ
jtif
IoIt.u
with h r mother:: Lr. S. W.La \. Ted Uu 11. and daughter;:: I.* Hazel Bryner
J. l.tarlene.ol Moore Haven were and then discus the xunie. thinjft! but 1 h..d t a I jomiim'i; fuend ul'miUt.. ho II D;.tin-Is. Mama.r ofin More tekjrtet we healing:
Sunday. lutes of Marlene's communist Id.olojy. She tell time a. few uuja alit that ht thought that. Mariraiet ,. Citanmher u.' totnncrw. *'; N.uih. Ih&y, Uwlubw Mr. awl I
Mrs. O. J: Harp returned andp.Ar.nts. Mr. and Mis. V. Ml dtscnpUv pictures to (;hale imi.Ituukl make} u tro..' r.m; Mri It I. K....t.ld..lV. Mr.
home the first of last week P Geurhart.Dr. r ott' communism In all it* belonged to his party] wouUl \' .ry likely tote for her Mrs. Grace Smtth und Mrs. und Mts H M. KhlllIu.. : .
from a three: month visit withh to .". and then he added that ht felt sureery few June. \VhUUIen l The Judges.. salt stevens Mr. Mod! Mrs. Powers. '
children. She 111 EntznUnger discussed women \\ould. Now. he have something there. I Il fb.lie"t (hut they round it difficult: toreach Mr. und Mr. Davidson und ;
r went from may
W A. Clement was a .
hole to Fort Sam Houston. delegate to the Florida Cooperating thv origin and the growth of l !! that the presidency 1 is a man'* job myself *o : H drv(alon. and mail.. Ktr and' Mrs. FrlU !
Tex to visit: her son. Major Council on Childrenand up to today. She I am triad that she is u Republican MO that I will not honorabtriontion of other At th-: limn t.f writing we ,
.
communism start numbers including Mrs Frank" are h?ptna that the second att :
Clifford Harp patient in the Youth hld in Tampa friday 3:30: that hato make a choice.: I would. probably feel 1 like a flohn. acmrdian arrangement hold the Mtnual ,\
.
and now engulfs nvt ) picnic
Army visited hs! A ago
Hospital; : and Saturday. He represented the of the earth. Dur. traitor to my 8t'''. tit onfi.. Mr and Mr.. Albert In Myakka I Park will not ,
family in San Antonio then
: the Florida Optometric this era. people slowly Thirteen Not Unlucky llur>'eys* dance and Mr. .IM rainml wit" a* the first
on her to daughter Yama. Arizona Mrs. John to visit La- Association. mony. : to communism. Dur- Anyway, it wasn't for Charlie J, lrr! :20.T: X. Manatee : Proud., *nlo. CIne wa.. It Is iiluitnrtl fur Wed- ;.

Porto and Mr. La Porto; then;: All : the revolution of 191T sev Avenue laM Friday even though ho did have About sixty tourists went In twrtay' March IB.
went With the LaPorto's to Frank Carroll. Jr, O.R.T.. of the smaller countries an timiHiiuI! experience.: Perhaps that wa. why he didn't rirrteIHHI"' lluspilal on March W
San Francisco to visit their and his friend. Jerry Spicer.HM3 : out from the emmunlst have the bud luck. Charlie, since ho retired two yearn 13, tu entertain. the patient
daughter. Mrs James: Mach- \ of Htndersonville. N. C.. The .. .The communist thought *tfo from the Posh I I Department? hums enjoyed work Init with a dams program 1
tan and Mr Machgan.: ; and left Saturday to return to Camp setting control of fdctorie. in the yard and in the small grove back of his bite KrCviit: guests at, the club I
their son. John LaPorto.. Jr. in LrJeune. North Carolina following E. land would be a place of home that was the homo of his wife' parents, and lit i Include Mr. and Mr, nuaaell, Fill I Cracks And
San a IS day leave withFrMnk' lor everybdy. but It Mrs. John: A. Simmons and
Diego: Calif. Mr and Mr Park. now the Dirr's. Our hero was out looklntr around en-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Is turn out that way Mow Mrs Mary Louisa 1\f F.IIC'h.rn"f
LaPorto returned to Arcadia
Frank Carroll Sr. and family. have barely enough toying the fragrant aroma of the oraime l>l<>H.mm<4. and Holes Better
With Mrs. Harp and plan to people ArcutllM.: Mia Sarah Ab -
., clothing and food ac also ghosting a bit over the h.hlunm; that would!
make their home here. She hough of PltUbum. I'm; Me
Hindi like hardens lib wood
wilt be remembered as the Guests over the weekend of to the Russians' own VMntunltv mean a larger crop of fruit when he spied and 1W'man.. rovler of putty

h forrl: Mis Henrietta" Harp. Mr. and Mrs. David Carl ... n round bronze looking object on (the ground in front llon..d.'le. Pa. Mr, Frlta Hem- PLASTIC WOOD
Smith. 5211 North Hillsoro. were *. Laura Ann Norton ex of him. Now remember thin was last Friday.' March in.: pie at Jamestown: N, V (a
Miss nobble Amos of Cocoa their daugt/or. Mrs. R. B. communism today She And what do you think that the object was. It walt a olMb a n.mber since len) Mr The Gle htka .,Aooopt N* ...*...tu.*kIITAMItMtO

!pent.vtral days last week as Fug h. 4r, Mr. Match and to( out communist: off la: -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank daughter Anita of Tampa, and The a policy makes entirely clear 1t 4Badcockb
no nation I I. considered:
Carroll Sr., and family on Saturday their son. Mr.
and Mrs. Gilbert Smith of Ft. the and every nation BEDDING
.. and I gain and that especial I
Mr.
on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Pernie L.
Is to be' directed' against '
326 N.
Smith.
Hlllsboro.
were
Thompson Sr., sonG ne. went Mrs SAnSTACTION OUAIANTIVO i
U. S. and its allies
Wood and Mr. Wood of
Ft.
to Sarasota Saturday to have R. L.
Charlie Hill's talk '
u birthday dinner with Myers. All toJtstck Matfrette*
surprise
Jones. out what Individual '
Hernia Thompson. .:Jr and famUyv : *. especially American and Bex Spring are macT
Then, on Sunday the two ; can do. First and of In sum'.wn foctery!
ram ies. with Gene's grandmother Concert TonightAt Reed. Importance. par A DELUXE FOAM MATTRESS J' 1 4
Mrs. Alma Cox: spfnt Church of God : must give greater atten & \ ,,
,the day at their beach cottage hone. to developing the quali :
bn Little Gasparllla Isle The Lake Weir I Touring the of religious faith patrio m' cy5 and MATCHING BOX SPRING, j

Choir of Lakeland Florida will and Independence In chil 4 4 UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTIED' )
Mr and Mrs. Elmer Bishop present a concert at the Ar- with Second' spurn commun- _
Event to Gainesville Tuesday radia Church of God Thurs- peace inspired petition. and : TRAOffINAllOWANCI .
last week And Mr. Bishop> OOVlN )
jot sliver carefully before ad '1 '
entered the University: Clinic day night March 19. at 7:SO. ment ttt DtLtvtRS .+ 'J
group with seemingly raw' i t r.r Vu. o/a MMMtN ))1 ell J rg1 t I
Jtn prepare for surgery that Is This Choir has made appearance Mrs. objective. Third M. r
scheduled on Friday, March throughout Central Florida punch More"B and watch the communI e.eadb..0 C. iia .. 1:,' i \, ,else
::ZOo Their daughter. Mrs. MikPooser and will (.o to Dallas Tex. ble pattern. Fourth screen all:
,* and Mr Pooser went up in August to perform there at well & *. fifth pay 3 1 C..w M.M. wrMg t//.Vg's./. ,r
:Tuesday morning and spent the Municipal Auditorium. o f to the foreign ( 4l /* la.L.w M.'a.a A to 1s.M Iee.e1 r.eI J

;the day with her parents. The public I I. cordially Invited and visitor making.pec'.1 I h .313/a OdM ows4l.ma Io..t P..4 Mw,tie,, ti a s.e.. 3.u sa$7. $ee.,.+J s au re .' r r m "

and there 1 I. no admission cake ; see America It real' 3/3 M.ns-.e.a ,t tie e Is My $e, .s... ,
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Mrs. O L. Burkette of Bra- q
charge ble. I. -- the land freedom 1/e N..,4e.m a' .e a es $ /Noel r.e i J
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--- and plenty through Mms fetae ta.nN..w M***.m A *. ts.M $13tll&eui
own free enterprise sys 1gmo e.//.M rur.r.-.m< M.arrms i bs i.HH*) N. ,|tl .ea.' .

Eat Better Than Ever Sixth; share read our about book and our *

with friend and .. a c1Lt7.d 7
For Less Than Ever! iat.*. Seventh, learn more
and support our Ameri FAMOUS INNERSPRING MATTRESS ..
system .learning the
nd MATCHING BOX SPRINGS
values of personal free-
,..
and private property' < QUILTED QUEEN ,
Hill concluded her talk ECONOMY KING 1 IfcMttiMMMO Aurrtni
stating, "by knowing In e/I0e **WINO
minds and hearts, t h* 95OIUVIIS 14 (sit.>! IN KUMms 39 H
ataut A uutne .* of our yln and 2 9
weakness of communism a ( .. I
doing a greater service I' 1

1 country than w* may 95 .-_- .. be ........ tN ... s.a f1 a.. e.e..r.er ,'
know. 9 / g ... d.. ..........-. ......... a !
*. Jean Wood conducted I < ..<.. b. Ron sik TUkNEV :1
and false test an ques J
HOLLYWOOD BEP
and answer about our,

.7 'hostess' Mr. Uefebvte' !/ YORKER /i ii OUTFIT J,

co-hostesses Mrs. Laura
Norton. Mr, Jean W.... J '
Mr*. Dora Cbereoto served ,X i ; 1 1a.uvns.
$ Down $4995 ; .
prevent.to the Salad guests and and mem Fruit I 95, s :. | $3995 .. J 'tl. J


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v. : Tenee. Voluntary 9i DOWN e- ,
as ./....* far O. Pierre Wsml ... ... .. t It, "
DELIVERS Ir t kn Cs :
95
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,-' . I .. and.. Dwrf. gentled a !*... 4
I .4 p.U.* U !. a1M --.*. t'G,... 1M'' '.a4eet
.. ... Art .*MMI ;r r INif.. '.JNOMATTlJSS' .;
dr.play. *t the !' *., KItenlk .. f M.Mw.. se ... ....... **. ad/ ... Me..".... II.e1. ....lugt. ... _. '. _..
.4 aVs,as+-.. ..., / 1wseN '",' a ..... ..... i........ w lass ...... Suit..iuie ,...ea.{ H.......
I .. Cat $hep/n. Ceebr. ......,.. .uac.t.4. .... ... -.. ...... ,....,., 1 M.rdw..d ...._. .* ,'
I display wee a tM ....... r.. T_ psi.. .....A MaKOOl tffUM > A t---

Looks Like Million But Real > 1..4 week and will ......... ... .. w. t / fAYONtYIA3AW. <( I I
a a all the --. a1 .>I .. *

It of the M ......... ia'
ate tgre ....... The aeree
A'Big 12 Cu. Ft. size $< I p*...l ..re... 'r I -.j

*, now Wan am*, asi Art OVER 50 ASSOCIATE STORES SERVING FLORIDA 1
n -----. epeds :
.. w oA week. o a .
Isn't it high time \you did something about the I ..... s-... ie.r.n.lg tie foil icoch :J"rlli/"re .. I=I Iaaa f I

You'll find the answer to saving on food bills In ... Mm drew. f v -- -- --
Freezer What' more" you'll find a lot more I I I ? ASSOCIATE STORE t'". ", ,". .
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pleasure -with o new G-E 'freezer to simplify your i I ways there e e ,

paring daily meals You'll find it's mighty easy to ::

dependable! dollar-saving beauties too! Come in I yftffYtr her, Arcadia Music-Furniture StorePolk's

easy 1 I .; "

33 W. Ook St. WA 8-721

Arcadia Music FlII'lI + a 1
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Every' Thursday DIAL WA 8-8501 TO PLACE CLASSIFIED AU

4-A T1IK AKKADIAN, Arcadia Florida, Thursday, March 19, 1964
SERVING Tilt HUB OF SOUTH CENTRAL FLORIDA ., .
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207.70* W. 'Oak SU Arcadia Florida --------- --- General I Contractor or recognized clr.

PHONES WA 8-8&01 OR WA 8-8511 REAL ESTATE Hap WANTEDMAN i INCOM-i: TAXRETURNS I LEGAL NOTICE__ LEGAL NOTICE plane culorizmg and agency specification; upon. .:.Iurft-ot,
I
FOR SALEFOR ; I document In good condition wrrhir<
t. Classified: S cents per word. Minimum charge $1.00. I WANTED to manage and tn TNI CIRCUIT COUT OF THC OF ed .land. lying, and beInG In DeSoto ton ((10)) day after bid apemna Fo<
I TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' ef document .In owes
retail each set e
operate a Watkins -- --- -- -
FLORIDA IN AND FO. OISOTOCOUMTT. County Florida, described a* follow Dollars. .
tv will h.
CLASSlFUD DISPLAYR. ef Si
oVoosir'
Display Advertising In clanslfled section 91.26 per SALE or will trade for Route in this area. (Would consider I nOR IDA. IN CHANCERY towitARCEL: required two. plus a ctiora of Sflrtv Dal

column Inch. Minimum .lze accel.ted-.ne Inch. acreage. Three bedroom I lady 40 to 60 years old.) I D-- SUIT .TO. QUilT. TITLI A. lars. (SoOOO). to caver repreductKir
C N. '0.125I Th NEt/a and the NWV4 of thoSCVi. cost Sub-contractors. moteriolmerond
frame house located at 417 Earnings: of $125 per week from H. WO Decker 22 ..** i ..iasNUKEL and the HY of th. NW'/ vendor may obtain documentupon -
All ciaxstfied, cash with order unless Advertiser West Effie. Contact I. L. the very beginning. For personal I HEAD .f u. of the Sgtof '. 29 Township deposit of Sixty Dollar.. .....
INCOME TAX
has established account with The Arcadian. .. Plaintiff, 3a South. .:.; 23 Cost; payment ot Sixty Dollar. per set toreproduction
colt: at 107 N. Manatee. preJI-1 I Interview in your home I and ACCOUNTING ,,- and costs. AH ..s-.l

t Deadline fur Classified Ads Wednesday 9;OO a.m. write Mr. McGarlty, P.O. Box 'I 623 N. Lee Ay*. TMADDCUS 0.-R." ADAMS *t ol*. PARCEL .. Authority hall reo'-end shall property b* of returned the Loc tth .
627 Willlston 32696.23.24.25e. NOTICE or SUIT That part of tin SWof the Architects
Florida 0' the withii
i c .. ClusUiod In eight point type. Average 48 words Call WA 9-3743 TO: TMADOtOS R, ADAM. t If olive NCVi and tha NW'/. of the SCViof ten* ((10)office) day after the opening *
CLAISIFIID DISPLAY ....
South
36
Section 28. Townsn
= I_ For Appointment and .f dsadhe unkno-n tMd The foil deposit will 1 bo rotund
'per inch. .... tyna West of
devisee* legatoes grant os- sv'i od for each sot of document* returned
II IF YOU LIKE PEOPLE u Ori*5. "_.. creditor nun U : i 7; sound condition but thi
". box number charge 23: cents extra. If replies to FOR RENTFOR ENJOY making friends and toe.. or other cloimorir or porclaiming which ousta.. been Instituted In the Sixty eofr... payment to cover rec.ro I
/ .
r CLASSIrllO DISPLAY 'I.( merest by, "mrouQhunder Circuit Court ef the Twelfth Judicial ducted cost .will eet be refunded
be 50 cents. ------ ---I I 1 __ ______ tr aid THAD- .
mailed. want to earn money contact or ooomt Circuit of DeSoto County. Florida A certiflr-d. check or bonk draft. pay
l RENT Avon Manager. Write DEUS<< R. ADAMS in the land and "'.. you ....110' omit .lest oble to The Housing Authority of Cit
Card of Thanks charged at classified rates. house. 2 miles north of town your JOHN PARKER ....,.-_ft.. described; -ofTHADO4US the matter and thing sot forth and of Arcadia. Florida. U. S. Govemmen
I '
ADAMS trw unknown .
i'' Mrs. L. Kehoe P.O. Box 1295 spouse alleged In said Complaint will. betaken a ..r.ferdda
off highway 17. Call WA 8- R. ADAMS it **e be es.an.a bv the
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Winter Haven Florida. 25cMISCELLANEOUS" REALTOR maimed. if olive and if dead. a* confessed by you and upon I authorized to av,
{, 1 1'II" 6371 or contact John Turner. the unknown Heir. oev see., .loOOtees tin pain of having a decree pro I ceptabl business within sureti. *th* Store of Florida.
23-28-c qronre**, o.s.grao. Inertor con'esso entered ogomsr you. in an amount equal to five. t
REAL ESTATE -- --- ------- HOMES GROVES crvdltLrs, trustee* or etn rc WITNESS my .hand and official. tool, ((5.4)). of th* bid: shall bo sob rtx:
REAL ESTATE >oimont% or p0r on_ claImIng tntiir this 7th day ef Morel. I9o4. with. each lad
FOR RENT Available April RANCHES .t .by. througn.. under oraaairwt in '
FOR SALEFOR (SEAL) Bid shall bo submitted duadrupHTh -
FOR SALE FOR SALEFOR .1st. A very nice 2 bedroom Corner fh. sod ADAMS LESLIE "VANT.C. .
------ -- -- --- -- ---- -- In tin land hrnnoft51dwcrib.d ..... ef Circuit Court: successful bidder to wham an
SALII-Countrl' home In home. Completely furnished. --- ---- -- East Oak and North D.Soto ; A C. WAGNER. if DeSoto County. Florida award .Is made will, be required. tofurnish
Adults only. No pets. Call WA SALE-2 door refrigerator al v.t ond If dead. the unknown and pay for a satrafactorv'ormance
: W 'ORALES acres and a 1 the heart of town. Several Arcadia Ph. WA 8-MJ1) horn cteviMec. l Ieta,_ arantoo By Alpha Cntzmtnger
> and payment bond
8-7801. 23-tfc freezer across top 940. ...... Deputy Clerk :
room house. About 20 producing *, 1.-norm. creditor
large lots, large oaks orange: 20 gallon gas water heater. '12. *, tru>_* or other claimontttor HARRISON o.> JOHNSTON AAotnth. 1* called.. to the fact that
f r, orange tree. 100 young; grapefruit and many other FOR RENT-FiirnUhed apart -- .p.r on* cloiming inr.r n' bv Manatee Notional Bonk BuddingBradenton. not .less than the minimum salaries
Also Automatic washer $15. Gas CIASII/It0!' iSPLAY- throW, i untlvr or ogairnr, tin Florida
trees and 400 plantings. and wages set forth) m the Specifwation -
kind of trees and flowers. Good
ment. 202 N. Manatee Ave. aid A C. WAOMER in Me land Attorney for Plaintiff
7. Oil 30 must .be tin work
heater. $ beater .8. paid on of
has a pond and underground garden lard. 3 blocks from Mrs. Clyde Carroll. hmrainattft. dwrlbvd' A. t.WAG-I March 19-24. April 2-.. l"64 .*... froiect
gallon electric water heater NET the of tn* *aid A C.WAdNER .
cellar. It Interested 9S.5OO. contact I spouse The Housing Authority ef City of
bank court house bus and ;
23-28-27-28-p if ali and If dead. .
Other !items One Arcadia. Florida, reserve th right toreject
E. Marlnl Rt. 2. Box 788-B railway depot and churches. B. 920. cheap. NOTICE the unknown. hews, dtvi_. !!e-I I Oily or oil bids. and/or to waivei
INVITATION FOR BIOS
mile west of bridge highway ., .... Iwn.r
: on aat xn "grant ; a**>gn inforrnolif.es in the .
; Arcadia. 22-23-24-23p T. Conoley, 240 N. DeSoto Ave. .. *. crvdiror. .....,_. or otr>*rclolmonts The Housing Authority of City of any bid shall be withdrawn biddingMo for a
.
L FOR RENT-Furnished apart SR-70. 23-p: clatrninQlntrt I Arcadia Florida, will recorvo bid forth per
or
24232627pFOR : pr led f thirty. (3O( days -ub
I etmenti
of all matoriol labor
Due to limited time I by, tttrouart, under or furnnhing .
._ ments. Private bath. Couple for to the openincj. of bid without thri
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and tn
: Eo FOR ..SALE P.ae. MRlvr CLAMIFUO DISPLAY do only tax returns 1 _...., tin said A. E. WAGNERIn equipment appurtenanc Tn
can consent of Housing Authority eCity <
ALE Used Oae Ranges only. 2 blocks from downtown.All t** .lands Hrlnaftr. _.._; constructor; of Low-R HouBinaProtect
ly Acres. H acres $OBS. Bro In Good CondlUon. DeSetoOas utilities furnished. $50 per have handled In previous HARRY. BUSCH. If alive and itoVod FLA 5S-1 A. e, B. Arcadia.Florida. of THE Arcadia.HOUSING Florida' AUTHORITYCITY Of
conlting of seventy ((70)dw.lIng )
the unknown Mrs, av *-
Fla. years.
chure. Box 8 ft Ogden OF ARCADIA." FLORIDA
AYILY TBACTOMLown
Company. Phone WAlaut month. Phone WA 8-479S: or !_. Ipats.. grantees. OMQn unit and Communtty. Adminwtration -
23242S2eeFOR B-4e01. IX.tfc WA 0-2331. 24-tfc Nursery Garden make appointment *., iMnar. *. crvctitor frut**_ and Mo__. BuildIng Bv executive A .BURDETT Director WHITE
'tl'mlJ: *. including londcopirg and siteISeT
WAlnut 8- or otHr claimant or pron ,eb. March 5-12-19-Jo.' 19MOTICS *
27. -
30' Mowor-Holory CulttvoforRetory clalmina lnt.'.*' by, througn.undvr _' work., until. :2.0O P. M.
ClAlfl'Ifr DISPLAYLk.a 4481. on March 31. I9"4. at
Plow. or again** tin aid HAR-
< VALE-Medal 2bedroomhouse. FOR RENT-Furnished apartment RY BUSCH; --- BUSCH. Nor Council Chamber City Hall OF INTENTION TO ..10157EFICTITIOUS
L6t 104x209. Nice wed &Ie ............, MOUNDS CO. James R. Mundell the unknown Spouse of HARRY Arcadia, Florida. at which tree ond NAMINotice
W...*fro* Mee.e. .*d MomeeW. suitable for one person IQUIPM1NT BUSCH if K. be _,od. if placo oil bid will. be publicly opened .to hereby given that tIle underugnod -
Peace lUver Acres. Illchwsy Ceereet or couple. Inquire 202 S. IIUIs- 5.. S47 Oae.., ... I IFOR 10 8. DeSoto Ave. 0...... and ,if dead. Inn unknownhir and rood aloud. dare to engage .In -
t. Box 6 J Ft. MANNING deals-es. Logs, Proposed lams. of Contract Document conduct a Service Station bnrlh.r
781 try owner Ogden.23.24.2526e CNARLOTTI4JIAN( ) boro. 24-tfc Arcadia FloridaWanted gron- .
"- .... t*.*: omonen.: lionor*. creditor including plan and pacification under the fictitious nomei of
L D. ILU" JR.sre..h tru.r..* or other claimant or or* on file' at the office of WEST SIDE SHELL
j .-..... FOR RENT-Nice, fuurnlehed pvrton* Ctalrr4ng. In'.....' by.through Thelousing. Authority. of City of I In the County of DeSoto. Star .<
Oft. P.O. I.e 2nd floor apartment. Couples .ALIE-US. Dodge Pick ", under BUSCH 'n tin Arcadia_ .Florida_.,Florida at. 17, Cat and Hickory boobtained Florida and Intend. to register. SOK
f/.NI. J.tr: aM m Str 'c can f.c.teus home with.. tin Clerk .,
:r FOR HALE 6 acres and a 1 PI..a, Ike ,. only.' $42.OO per month. Water up truck and 1937 Buick Tudor land nrinattr dcribd.; THOMAS by oddraumg tno Architect Circuit C- .f DoSoto -". Flay
'V room house About 20 pro- furnished. Call hard top. A-l condition. MCENA. If alive and ifdod Sollew and Shaw at P. O. Ban 2O9I, Ida pursuant to tho requirement* a
and garbage --- --- --- the unknown. rwlr" do- Saraota. Florida.Copi Section S65.09 .Florida. StatutesSTANLEY .
:'duclng. orange trees, 100 young CLAMIFIIB. DISPLAY WA B-1141 daytime or WA 98831 Call WA 9-6241. 23-tfc WANTED Oeod used piano.. v....*>. 1POa'g,.....*.., a*. ** of document may be ebtolned. LANG OItO
treeS and 400 plantings. Also uens.sever.1 *, crvditor. tru- up to a limit 1 *f two (Cot) *et*. byd.p.s.t LILY'. LANXVORO
nights. 23-o Will trade on new furniture of Dollar (560.00).
Si.ty )
1 1I t*... or othar claimant or pr Sole ownersWilliam
has "a .poad and underground or new plan ARCADIAMUSICFURNITURE suns claiming. tntr xt by, tnrouon.riod. payable t* TK Housing Authority of .. W. D.herig
I cellar. If Interested contact J:. ACREAGE PARADE FOR RENT New available. SERVICES STORE. sldar lot' the said THOMAS City of Arcadia Florida from the Attorney at Law
MIEN In the lands. hereIrofter Architect, for each et *a obtained. Arcadia. Florida
1ifaHnlllit. .2. Box 7B8-B Ar- CALL TODAY Vacant apartments. Down d.. crb.A: Such deposit. will b* refunded to each March 5-12-19-20. 19

E 22.23.24.23pF / town. Summer rates. Air condi MIENA tin unknown spade .f
DISPLAY ,.
CLAUIFI1O THOMAS MIENA. If he be mo
., WA .1171.. tioned. DeSoto Apartments. 202 it olive and If dead. th*
F r' IO e I II W. Oak SL 24-tfc unknown. hair, devise, legato, Practical

I What Wlou.Qulty In I tee Acme es -::". ..-=: HOUSE PAINTING UGAWES Konteo: *..assignee. er *other, lienors./= Property Buys
web 110 es.s M.NerN. Per .. er persona clamingnt.r..t by.

[ I city 2 houses limits on of 4 lot.Arcadia.Just outside Writ lee ACIIU ,los w.e ak; 45 FOR ".NT-Twe unfurnished GRAY aid through under ..,MCENA against In tin th* 4 Acres with good building site. Priced to sell
houses the Baptist
near --
( BILL
a.Iwor..d. Seal Lees/...
lands herkvifter deecncwd and
\ Wallace Webb General Deliv ..... :; with terms.
per -. Church in Nocatee. Pleasephone all other parties no-vino or ctomv.na .

ery. South.- Bay, Florida.24'232027p. N ACeft N ..-k.sre/N. WA 81680. 24-tfo Call WA 8-8561 IM TNI COURT OP TNt COUNTY to 'hove any right. tttlo ormterett
I m Is.ands hereinafter 40 Acres County grade with lights telephone
Prlaed .. .I I,Oes.JARRETT 24-23-28-27: juoci DISOTO COUNTY. riomoAIM described. under any of such parties on -

FOR RENT.. Duplex SJQlcrU IN Mil ttTATI OSATf OfFLOMtNCI and all *th .r person or available. Adjoining. S. 17. $250.00 per
1 HAMILTON ** having or claiming' to
CLAMIFIIO) DHM.AT Avenue, Arcadia. Grooms VIRGINIA' HOOCCS parti :
REALTOR nave any right, titlo or InterestIn acre. *
Dec
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943 per month. NE 9- CLAMIMIB DISPLAY. th* lands hereinafter descriood
TO AIL CHIDITOO.S AND ft 'ONSH.Y'NG -
12 .
I Pelta Ave. WA 8871
3388. Punts Oorda or Flamingo CLAIMS oa OIMANDI or any port thereof
f Aes .,.... ASAINST SAID ISTATII If to ordered that you and each of 50 Acres 3 year old grove all Pineapple on
lean. Court. Highway 17, Route No.t. ..... 1 hereby you above named and described. daappoor
Dewd ..tt1 Aan.w You eoch j I you 01*
; Land For Sale II Box 918 Punta Oorda. Flor fxpe.T "" .It HANGING notified end ........... to present any and f... and serve your one- Lemon root stock. Priced 1000.00 per acre. Good .
!. J*.K Chaetsli AND PAINTING claim" end demand winch you, or _. or other written. defense to tin
ida. 2324.2326pMISCELLANEOUS Fer nrteiuni l prooe | t ..,..*. .f you. may law ovoinst the worn complaint. filed. aoainet yaw m terms.
-- dree c n* n> Mr Rann dMk* estate of Florence. Viraima Hodae the obov cause and that yaw so appear
j
100 Acres II CLAUIFII* DISPLAY en or _. C. Ka-. 'I.:0 d.e.uod tote safe County to the 1 ---0 /
chubq. : aPR/ 34503 ritela Coiinly JUOQ. : Deofo Counir. FlarMo. I written defensa with) tin Clark. of 1500 Acres partially cleared. Priced to sell
I J-.11. w. Hana murol. ondINCOME ot .... office 1ft h.is
Court of Twelfth
Circuit th
,: 60 acres approved CLIASIDSi FOR SALEFOR I. charge fa 1ft....... of said County .. ArcodaPk4Idu.l' Circuit of Florida, .in* and for Judicial OeSotoCounty. with food terms.
...
wittwn .i. colwJar" ....
FlorHta. at Court House
Grove landApproximately A... .s H......."yIwk. SALE Brand new SO taTwe Mm* ef the _first.pubhcatian et"eocn' claim oII.or.* In Arcades Florida, on or before. tin 250 Acres with 20 acre grove. 100 acres of :
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I C..Pewlla//i j1.Nfo4 JOtn day ef April 1961 I and that
calibre 13 shot Army style --t shall be in w" enil sholle
g 17 JAunT HAMILTON Tinsley's TAXRETURNS > Nor osnc* ef res.iln..c* and post, you also ewe a copy of; your answer improved grass. Priced to sell at$75.0OO with terms.
automatic 977.77. -
rifle
or other written) itstrnie
51foe f the claimant, and upontarnotn.
aaaross .
: acres planted In Tern- 11 S. P.15. Are..IALTO" ."i fd171 Feed Store. S. Orange ''at snail egeht bo a twnm om.ney to and bv the.ceonram.cioimant l |I Nenlsen"" whose S.hraan.. oddfss'. ...Manatee..-.... Ktotional Of.- 1 Bedroom home on V4 acre of land priced at

W. Magnolia Street WA 9- by o 'Wig tee of on* dollar' end such ', Sank. Sutldina. Srodentan. FlarIda. $3.800.
I' pies and Tangaloes. 3201. atStfe "' claim or demand not so filed. shall | Th. .Is o suit. to ouwt tmo ef
CLASSIflfO. DISPLAYIncome yea< F>......"It
a Ira to th
foMowingj dmcrib
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Y. Beautiful Oak CIA /I. D"PLAY CLAMIMtB'. DISPLAY. ----- ------- JOHN C. HOCXSCS FOR RANCHES> GROVES AGRXA6B.I
". elKw.. of the LINT Will'.red
Te._ *f ffcwenreVirqinio
.Hammock thjitoe*. deceased. BUSINESS SITES HOMES
I Waterfront Home TRACT** TIKISW Tax t. D. THIAOWtLL f*. LIPPINCOTT ELECTRIC I
fc. ate ,DNe..s1 bed Feo 27 Morch V-IJ-lt .*4IM
J
Ideal for Homesite Air conditioned and heated. ....... -.ee... let* p.t... a.* *.reetCLASSIflt ---- ._-.-- -. Dee Wtrle FUM. R ood.-s.r.be WA4IF JOHN PARKER, Realtor
i TNI COUNTY JUDO" COURT *
CIlS ServiceRBASONASLE
construction enure
; 2 bedrooms 1...., IN AND FOR Ot 0 TO COUNTY a..ITIALCOMMI.CIAL
Sap
.; Furnished Cabin Ule bath terrauo FLOVIOA. IM .ROaATI 04 MILLIE PARKER AT ..... PATRICIA PAMOKst
; IT........ "L GeMfPANY. tSrJ5NN PRICES IN Hi. ..to.. of I WA .Mat WA .471
Flowing Creek and Improved noon, carport utility room; e PHYLLIS 0. MANOLIY.MOTICI .

Pasture near ARCADIA all-electric stove, oven refrigerator I'N-s.wMs.... 'rlna All I lafermetloMFlret I PM-- TO CRIDtTOSf ._ __ u_ _____ ..

on Paved Highway. ; $9.900. nnanclng Trieatlsfeetreti All. credih of rhe *sar* .< rXW.LI .
DISPLAY = 0. _NULl". (tecf e.oil. *.. ....eoy -
Prleed ... Gu'-ak' Sale arranged. _-- Owarentoed I nr....... and reciuired to Isle onv USE THIS CONVENIENT FORM

I Call aara.eta Pease River .ho.... c"n'. -
; Mildred Morgan two of rhe .f DeJoTi.
FOR BALI county lutlo
u..
all.107. 17, S.Mt* County FtorMo. .m th* caurthasjee atArcadia.
P 1 34-Sfte Punt O. ._-. .._ ...* catemfarpur order
,'> rda. Florida N.wa.41 Used Mobile. Homes 1X4 .. Brevard Av., e.orwhen rev ... of .... /...' I I To your

: t.. __ and 3 bedr. M.-. >Mcarian at lht. notice Ito. chnmer .t .
"- :- New 3 .Ii. Henimid must b*> In vritei. o-.l' .

r ed as Jew as 9JM9OO. Tep CLAMIFIfO. DISPLAY oiust end oast state oft c the* a= of or the rswtlr.a clown \

prieea effvre eat, trade-Ins). ore and raust b* yarn to bv.. the WANTADReaching
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: Burke' Tree Service MOBIL HOME INO. This) February* M,*,.HAMBLfy., I.MWH.SHJ 17,500 prospective customers in DeSoto, Hardee and .!


tr. to T, .. f A P Hw)'. If.-Here. WaeewekaBARKLEVS ;sees tie. wsllq kL .... YkcalN..a Ao..nappr. Hedl.y.5 the. I-dsee.edp. OfNei Manatee counties.

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After FloodingThe -NEWS 4'' T OWia a i ELECTRIC It AT ,

prepared American for a Red long Cross and expensive has- : Step \ ; .ii1g\ !

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relief Job along the I4ti .
flooding Ohio River and its tributaries 11 I *" I'' Bonn of Directors of the O-* or '.}t"'i i :J 71kYic'.J.1hO hub SERVICE

cir0 where hundreds of I Industrial Leagu! toADIES LEAGUE: Soto County: Chamber: ot. i',,r.ime "I i *_>cS' m County:

families are without homes n C. Taylor rolled the big In th.' Ladies Moitd.y N .>:* ho officially adopted an 3 I a (. Up.I'...: With beSoto COMPANY )

m according: to John E. Hodges Came of the evening with a Howling League Airad D:-i: .Via.a 11 point program, of work to C,>unty .hoo. BiMtrd and tin ANYTHING' CletrlalJ ,

ros chairman of the DeSotu County 243 and Frank Nauaro' high and Uulf Naval Slot c jc: tM used to determine the major tich .<>1 ofUciaU. In the wbrk of W. Ma. *"*.ll.* WA ..1111 t\
Chapter. series for the industrial loop won two p MMts. For AICJU overall objective: of the or- developing& a school system second
toto Hodges sa>d the Red Cross with 5UO and a 211 game Drug Virginia Albritton bowed .anlZ.Uon. to none. I

had moved 173: disaster workers Johnson Grove Service split high ram of 164 and ser The action I* another .Upin 4. To work tor the ctjmplellmi LEGAL NOTICE
,w into the flood zones that 2-2 with CTC George: Mathew- 1 lea ot 403: Fur Gulf N.iv..9' 1R updating the organisational. of State Road No. 7O improvement -

encompass a five-state area, son had 205- 11 for CTC and Marie Johnson bowled hU: structure Earlier: the union which would provide NOTius 'o 5Ata
.N coh1 prepared to help the stricken R. C. Taylor, 572 for Johnson game of 177 and series of 46O isation adopted a new charter fur 'a cr\"*-.tate route Notoc..,. to Pmal a Mf.Av 1 0.0:,.. v ot .KIn-, wMO. _e.. ; {

families with food shelter and Grove Gulf Naval Stores won Koch's Drug won four points and bylaws.The through Arcadia thus expand- ant Solo _Con..trCo..o COUM Prv -

medicine. 31 over Peace River Moving. from Western Auto wKh Ca. p1"Ollram"l work" Includes ii'U potential of our area tna.Wt tn ho County. lor ta.r/. COM m 0t9. ocho far.
en This aid. for many be Alrl&er" Edwards busted up Nee loTH.I to unomlonMl Casaw.l Jt
may
lm mine Wallis bowling hich;: the following; major objectives 5. To work to develop further tfif tno proBortv .._tit m soot
expected to include the maples with 217-587. nice
financial: game of H3 and series of 410 : through promotion, tourist '--'' _
so pd tuVstance in restoration o f going Al Ray Atkins had 217- .. t. .aSSWr. N O tSD.VisON ujs-
for Koch's For' with County and
r Western AuU: 1, To cooperate winter visitor traffic l. ..... -.. nwida.ccunt .
flooded homes to livable condition :333 and Duns Eagle 534 and Olive Cross bowled hlrh game ,t ox Commissioners and all County d. Tu work for the development ..a to *.lot IKoroof jocon*.
o.0 or complete rebuilding Jimmy Albritton 330 for Peace of 166 and Mi cg Lawrence Official: working for th" of .,,'.c. Klver. $... .m ea-wa Plot. lam*. *D. .poqo tolO 73 County, .PubIH -, t)

roc he said. River. bowled high; series of 403 good ol Dthoto County '7. To work fur Industrial riortaft' toa-.::. wim ttvo followv..xt
The present relief job I tg .-- .f _rt., _oe" _
a may Barfields Shop won 3-1 over with Ar- development to provide additiuiuil -
During Auto ,
trattoiioa
? won three 2. To cooperate > j m onu noron ly -
tom possibly rival that of 193! Turner Realty Darryl Wcrtz points from Moorman >'wdKor cadia City Council and Mil CityOflclau ptt>rolls. I o% putt v* the w when Red Cross activities in fired a big 22 -n: I aeries and Borinp. Shirley Wcstberry wo*King t for the good 8. To work always, to pro-I .t putiM**on rest MM to> land tfx: MHo t bfefctovtu .
that same area cost over 3. Bill Channel 303 for Barfields. bowled vlilo a favorable atmosphere cow. ....-r -. tt>o 'iwur ./ 1 r
'U high game of 179 and .',.....
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of cloth n tn* /.ri.ean art
000000.. which: sum 2500.: Ebby Dyal shot a 223352 series. Ruth OU bowled high series conducive: to the maintenance M .... .f........... on ttioJnJ day ofApril.
000 was spent along the Ohio Art Laidig 327, and Tom Anderson ol payrolls' we already have. A, U. I.,o4 .. o es .iron
of 462. For Moorman | .
F Feed ..
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Board t Ctaiato C-xmtv Ccurtnuu -
Health tluii
Aid *
alone. will
also be needed .
:S;.O for Turner Realty. Cel I Bethel bowled hirh gameof :: W To act as the voice of W- Arcodia. fMnxa.IM.K '
in many scattered sections ,, Tropical Ext. 3-1 business in national and stale t: AyAiti
won over 153 and Pat IK aid bowled
Tennessee Seeks Plan to i'f> o> tw CrealCart '
of Mississppi Ala- Palmers Spreader Service. Cliff high series of 418. legislative matter affectinglocal ALPHA INUMINGIMMOTICI \\
bama and Arkansas, where +., ;:-. bushtesa and nevu's' C1e. ,
Bransford chunked a 212-537: Industry
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National Rank won Protect Babies Mon:
tornadoes struck
0 during the and Bob Houk S24 fur Tropical. four .at.oUTs'TANUING 10 To coordinate efforts todevelop
week. points from Mid Gertrude -
past Bob Wertz had a 216- 2G series retail trade. Of sail
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. -.t DeSoto County will rcmem- for Palmers. For the Rank Mary Anderson Mrs. Ruth Yams ol the local I I. Tu assist. In all ways In Ptt. .a _..." ..".... 5,5.5 ws-
bir that when Hurricane Donna bowled hith game of I Health Unit sid today thai herdepartment -'". rw.elew.
., the development. and protection ::t's.'I to ins_ w: ...: cow. oeew- ..
177 and Retta Cavil bowl,.l ,. .
: ofb.von.ing
struck In 1960 23O Team Standing Won Lost is In hop*
over -." ( the agricultural segment of .. /.e Gnat Court M% on* torOlt9
1'l l local people received over $38- Peace River Moving( 68 38 high series of 45%. For MiasGertrude's. use of the many t Ucboto> c_,. rlo...:.., a.5 oMhotCounty .
County.Gene CrrC
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0 000 In Red Cross aid. Hodges Turner Realty Co. .... 6Jt: 42 Betty Rue bowled Florida counties that have instituted N.out. .a 10.45.use ..westr alu.ro lot cad
urged that residents remember Palmer Spreader... .. 38 46 high game of 160 and serl.;s t -Ii"" ", a program of Immun ....,.... o*.
and back the current Red Johnson Grove ........ S3 49 of 436. '. \ ising every baby against. |f..**_1/4.. .. .tot BONirA o on* ort.*U of OIVIfOK. lot'' -

Cross drive for needed fundsto Tropical Ext. ........... 33 St Turner Realty won three polio dipUterla. whooping _Thompson to .... City of Arcodto.o .
carry out these programsof Gulf Naval ............._ 48 :58 points from Barnard Itulck. CAKKEIl: : :-The 1963 Nathan. cough tetanus, and smallpox. Meewd'e M **ot S !<
mercy. C.T.C. .. .__. .. ............? 48 H For Turner, Linda Allen bowl- Dougherty Award symbolic of top achievement In This new state-wide program Left TuesdayFor isMs: ;:: ot ok .A,.:i.r.e CawMy; .Oubb Pr.re *.:
r ;roY .. ed high of the field of enJfln rlnlr. won presented to Florida announced recentlyby .....
lea of 431. For Barnard Buick Power and Light Company president McGregor Dr. WiUwn T Sowdor. state GermanyAirman wow 1ft.,.o.r._oormonontlui,,, _fi' _towWMMI lo

New Building Merchant Leagu* Gerl Drannan bowled high Smith (left), at the Florida Knjrlneerinjr: Society'* health oltUer. and already 28 .w.f MMnor ., /n. Mr. .-r

Wallis with 224 and 604 tops game of ISO and Christine made by Dean Armour T, Granger (right) counties have adopted the pro- second Class Genii 'wow. M>. to lend tno! MK.., oliMarv
Cochran: bowled high series of grain. I.. Thompson arrived In Arcadia .ow 5..e.sM loses .. II
in Miami recently Presentation
25% CompleteThe Merchants Loop Thursday banquet was The local health unit already Sunday night of lest .._ft *" ,_ **"""'* ***Lf iL'l5!' .
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night. Marsden led Snuui **- 445.Tram dean of the University of Tennessee College of F:n- visit with N tee .11. e.e,* M sdl; ::
k building program InitIated standings are as follows !- has a school l Immunisa week for a few day, 1 Ao>ri. A. D. lt4.; .1 .r.. vot >*
Cel to 3-1 win Sunbeam of the annual award. Dean .. ..
a over Klnrerlnjr. c-.
several months at sponsor lion fur chll :L.-n tit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her doer ot D*"oto County
e ago : program / Me ."'.: o-
Bread. K. Syke and Jer-
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Smith's
Grander praixcd G-l-year-old leadership Dr. te L. Thompson. Lila brother. A"1
the State's Division of Correction :- grades 1 through 3. ana ri LIU.IFI.' ?
<"cr prison camp In the Bunker rold Caikins had 497 and 483 Barnard Buick 70 4! 37H in directing FPL phenomenal growth since be- K. J. McLaughlin:. local heat Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Thompson C..r.. .he Crr.u4.* Court. '!II s!

area was nearin 23 percent for Sunbeam. DeSoto National 63*; 4414Turner cominir the utility's president in 1939 and its first director, will be In Arc-Uta Jr and eon, Lee, of Bar- Oo v.,w.,Cl.ilaINiLMN.LII. I ,

completion according: to Frank Nausea rolled 208379to Boring Auto Realty :39 02 40 49 und only chairman of the board in 195-1. Also cited, Thursday to five physical examinations aao>t.. cam' over for a visit& til All) Mesh. t. 1544

S. A. Pledger director of con- lead Ahleve's TV team to a Koc...'. Drug 3814 31H was the executive'. role In helping brinK millionsof to primary scnoul on. Thursday, and the family l

struction.The: 4-0 sweep over the Arcadian Western Auto 34 54Moorman's dollars in new industry to Florida over the years. children. enjoyed slid picture of Omit THt
building which will team Al Edwards had 548 also. The ceremonies at the Everglades Hotelr. held Last year according to L r.Bowder. trip to Denver Colo. /wlisfa :1l.At.u.1c.: (? N4 '
Feed :33 33 ANY fo a'10'. cov4T.. rsa/es i iCOXOMIl
J. C. Clouse rolled 337 for the Airman Ueno has been stationed i
house administration offices, there were 3l 3 cases
in with observance of National .
Miss Gertrude 4S tit 624 conjunction Fngincere' 'aC"f.U.:
Arcadian team. Air rorc
dormitories kitchen and din- of whooping C'OU.hvort..t, at Keester c i
Gulf Naval Stores ..2'83it Week.Serious wlkUAM,, I. MIS*
lug area and a recreationroom : Harry Ladd fired 213-387 Arcadia Drug 34* 734 37 of tetanus; 37 of polloi; :2% of fists In BIloHl. Atlas. for the I and MAAOAHtl. .. Slits h.s ..... '
,I Is being built with prison for Middleton Candy but lost dlptheria but noose of amallpos. pat two )'.ar.. II* was In Com h..ityta'.
I labor. Pledger said.A three points to first place Coca Next week's schedule: Is a* rlimliiary figure show four peter MalntAlnenc. a e .
sum of $I SO.OOO was requested Cola. Tom Anderson had 333 follows: FireAverted Kirk To Seek doth from polio two from,, U. left Tuesday March IT., I0.INtON. MOCawCHt PAlM" ,
j Ij to Initiate the programand Jerry Scott :320( and Bob hook Barnard Buick -vs- Boring. whooping couth, one from tllp- from Tamp, for Germany and fiNAnA.il or \ No.uo AtK 1 >i .n4in

AM was ear-marked for that 313 for Coca Cola. Auto With Senate Post therla and rum from ttnus. ,overseas duty for the nstIwu SKA.D UNI Mb. "lAll O1AMI .

I purpose It was learned. The George Ola got cranked up In DeSoto Nation Ujnkvs- The act( that these wen no your and If you tonkw>*
Muorman's Feed Of Sen. Holland well to him addresa the Utter MoarAju '"'< lars and cents, could not at his middle game with a 224 Proper WiringTh. art* tif smallpox and nu Merits ,. ?ram !t>a o<** a e.
amount of funds used In dol- and wound up with a 541 Turner Realty -"'.- lull Naval deaths frum tetanus, two nia- to A2C Gen L. Tbomp- w.'If.trMJ: ''l' fo , .r this point be estimated Pled- series. Ralph Cochran had 207- Stores Reverend Raymond Claude R. Kirk Jr.. of Jacksonville .*._ that have had wide lm-., sun Ar 14779470 WI3 Radio > WALn. .. ''NIt
1M1e .ger said but a weekly work. 532 and Mike looser 529. Willis Koch's Drug -vs- Arcadia' Drug llayen, pastor of Trinity Methu .. 38-year old attorney, munisaliun. speaks for tho entire ti iiadrun Mobil Ai r. o.ell .. IOHH'WM, .... w.i.. was ..0&.UC. -
progress report Is turned in Peacock; pitched ,ln...a 224 also Western Auto -"'.- Miss( Gertrud >.it.l Church Arcadia' and insurance .asutly. and Investment program <*( preventive New York. N Y. II. will I YOU. AMI.' ''.''III.Uf'4*....ar 'r-rOTWHO I err
each week. and a 531 series to lead his .lite fotnlly, had an experience banker matt his candidacy mdlctn.. b* .happy to hr from all of4U CKX........ ... Foro IOM..* or Mortoooo .. -
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The new building with Its Bank team to a 3-1 win over lat ........Jf morning that could << for the U. S Senate on The .Moral health unit. utliuv *-f nerd, ,. .era nok-*.N nof Seems nrro vs _/ .rw roe.

many units will be one of the Channel Insurance. Weaver have caused a s.rltius fir. *. The the Itevublican! ticket recently every effort Permitted> l tu help sew. sod ter i.w... ..-.. ..
most efficient In the State Hipp rolled a 208- OCJ series.Tn y culprit wa an Innocent luok- wn.u h* tiled his credential th* County's young and old a- wleer.. .... c_vs An- o ....rpT P's"--

I Correctional Division when Whidden Co. won 3-1 l IM.I rubber plug on the end of at the, Secretary of flute's of- like ...... Yam said, lit. new ( Officials LASSO* .Attoi sae-,,lost.W Itl'lAM _nXto ..,.CIoA'arm.swi. ".
completed Pledger said. .. ficv II. Is seeking Ih* office Immunisation program could .- _.
over Arcadia Music and Furniture i, o!xionoWm cord. I ks..l..e+l 10M .-t
i with Mottaihed and Monte rr 1 tie rurti was plugged Into now held by Senator 8po *iiTd benefit peoul of all age*. TO State Meet ..' '2 Ms .,kpi.sees

Fortman both bowling big a Witt sock.I by Mrs. Hayes' L. Holland. S.h1 elewr. ,...:It! M Nr
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REAL ESTATE series. Ken Johnson had 518 b<.a and at f>ri>xlmately 3:40: Kirk who ha had an unusually Jkpr..tatlve .. Chltfield rev 7J i 00 **k J lymut' bvo
.,... successful: carver a* a Smith and County Com '.'" r o oowwr VOMo >
I for Arcadia :..tilde.T rlw"xia b the robust began to cry- Steak Feast ( ....., .. .r c.e.-
.ns daew.r.a. 55
luitao which changed' It from young bushes ecutlvo, wa .1ee&unara& H. L. (Uob) V/rU
See Us For .m Standing Won Lost a ,**itor to a conductor of one of the founders. of the To Kick Off .nd 1 Henry l Woud attended the =r.of ,;. .... s.r
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Good Buys Coca Cola .. ......- 7O 38 ....::"'.*..y. When this happened American Iferltog Life Insurance <'wtLd 'J5
Smith X-Cel ...... 87 41 11 shorted vet and threw a clr- Componjr and. served Cancer CrusadeA aisle. County mmlHmrs. "w-Jjl's'Ies; r;Ne1' tX I_
HOMES Middleton Candy.... 64 V4 43 tt tuft bttfa"er.OlKsr a. President until two 7.." Iri Jock onvlll.. Sunday' and! one. i

and Arcadia Music ...... OS 52 t loan valuable sleep ago when" he ..... elected Vice Uk brb". i* dinner at Monday. II wee reported.Trio *h.;.**** =."ne...,*..* o** wow

BUILDING SITE* Allene's Radio ... .. 334 3414 'w reverend lust while Chairman of th* Hoard and the )Uk. club wll kick off she Conmlal.nr'*, otmventlon p."w''ec-. X5Boun : ,
S onovca ACRCAOK Sunbeam Bread 42 88Whidden ,+.l Mariniag f the houa for the"site. became a partner In the Wall IM4 American Cancer Cry U an aonual affair( la ; -..-..... .rowe.d..re5 ." .....
Co. SO 58 Street brokerage firm of Haydon. ,which' County Com elcN\.n M sees. tam .... erw .
LEWIS AMBLERRealtor 1. .... 01 the smoke, the only s... In fJoSuti County on .
SUm Co. Incorporated all .....u.. air their ur
DeSoto Nat. 48 HO damage wa to the plug anda i March: XS. Arrangements wore Item n :persr ash
Y few SO Year. Sunbeam Bread 42 68 KINNgTH H. ADAMS bUck streak on the wall where h* has boon In charge announced early this week by Cuunt,,'* penblom and wkal. -: In ii lerase 'i'4

AssociatesMORRIS The Arcadian 39. rortunauly the haw I i. of "their Southeastern offices Mrs. Myron (UlptMrr.. sru.d.ch.lnnan. they h. vo dono .lo eels i --. f ... ...
Kenneth Adams and serves on their Hoard of / Nome' o( wvckers"wr Lommlalmste: Donald Mc _.
H. LEVSJCY pt .r."y wired and the cor- Directors and Eaocutlv Con poise si e..vw..d sew
39.s ** Kay. lar| ,l i&1 Garner and
Mrs .. .
lure brine Mad In also told by SHIpporSheriff 5s. Me to sow
rued was
and 7Dt.O NeW Partner mitts. Kirk U. atoo. well knownfor Lloyd 1101...... Dick Goorg l- octor wet unable-. w M
the bo Had there been aLarger 'D' ..
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.his. week In the : A ,
rplorupolCrtureh
HUGH M. MARTIN behind Wll. and rat Kelly will be Itond the aanuat *, .t. r* ....--1fC;
fuse '
Of Smith Firm An old fue or the* penny haus could + !In the Diocese of n r- In chare ot the ruoktng and putt: on tho convention will h* u'Au: as.. Is...

M South D.ftot* Avenw Qt hjV been destroyed Ida. the fMMtt** will.. **rv*. Ml mad. by attending member ins,,
Phin. WA .IkOf k'666Get KenattK If Adams 404 west IrwtAlteIS White a. rUUv aw owner Urn Ie I .between and 7 pjn.Mr ath.. nest regular& * Whldden St. Arcadia is now a All new wiringWM b.. Uto potllicoj' swon. .In Florida. I$54 Crusade .axdl.stsse. .,.. Contmlosion mooting Tuday, .....
In the house Just before Rev.Iltys .
IX "'&&'IAM .o
Kirk baa very strong con* chili- April _
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In Myron .IP
the bmlth .
----- -- -- partner ftuvert moved his. family to A*. *
Insurance Agency It wa announced vution that rlowtda deserves man; Mrs. Colovtwm Hrewerand 4.rz. .;.=.,
Ahead Monday by Court II CHili mesa five years ago. moro recognition. In UM no- Mrs. lMn ....u....... Jro .. "- ..'tr ryw/iti
Smith,, company president Uonal l ..... "than It now *n- .,'rnnl. Mia ladanwJas. : Most, ''-'.. ,.... 1.1. Di41Nfua

Stay Ahead rOn A4m ho. been. employed Joy*. H" add. Ther I* urgent .. .r .....aur.'. Fund rain '
In the firm tar th* past several C. of C. Had seed for peeler ........** doolopmont .ing ..... 10 IVfUM U .hMSr..dbr ).tr..r M

month and basically will mrtlinu In ?'Martda. W* must. Mr*. Kayo Welle. and Mr. wn hnsur .... M.e1 .
for the time being In Fits Float in Avon have moro payrolls. ....... >ob*. Walter Dyke The colored til*-1 --a/r..w N ..e
W..erM
err ......t position. M* attended and w* must hv them *l onceto trVrt will be ..,."..... by Mr*. :1"..r e..w..1 as, kta T sun., .e.
Park Parade tako ar..1 our fat ..* ".. .. and Mr ,
i local school and spent two Tb mao n /.rase :" -- =
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peen In thus Army Ifs and hi* cre.-. popuUtlon." Oe...* ai.....rkr I* 'Uih -.

wife. the former Jan T,.,... Tk DeOoto County Chamber "A* a buslnmMv I n .fgo otf A/edl. Owstno
hare ono son.Th of Canunwes. wen tepeeseated loo **ncn>*4 about U.* eontant Dt.cwt. 1l1" -
change wo Instituted with a float an Ik. prd lesssBl*)* ., tho 'IneenUvo Mrs. Albert C.trri*.U I* In BANG ::

erordlrur to Smith. In order to Saturday In Avon Park ,.. and ""..", .r ah*.** ., our eH *g. of lg df J. A. LollmY. .. a
give additional and better rv- for theft. DUmond .I.."' ..*. tr.-eet.rprW! aydae wMrhho 'Ul tltarge of >t,.cl.l gift e'ikI.

lee to the policy hold*n In thoarva. Members of th. Arcadia. mod th. I/AIM4. ....... Ihorotot Ttve Kr Club will& |M> &In charge. M N
The nrns I* a nxo.b r of Woman CJua>>'. Tats 1111I ..... In tlo* wM.h .- of raid olMs. M/ Mike Pior ..... -

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County Officers i IGrf Post ;.. Church Reaches

Rate Increase (Continued from page 1-A) Bank Growth Ref

Seek Road Funds the pastor". For six ;years she
Planned April 1 was president of the Woman': iectsl 1

Missionary Union of the Sante.
r For Second TimeFpr Postmaster Oo-'don Johnson
: Fe River Baptist Association.Rev. : Of$
minded. readouts' of Arcadia Gant received his B.A Stability (

?. the s-cond consecutiveyea tint on. effective date of April degree from Florida Southern :

: (: the DeSoto Board of t ltd 4 bu.ri net for new dum- College In Lakland. His graduate -
,,lie< parcel, pout rat- Increase work waa done at the TALLAHASSEE (Special)- ti.ere were 149 state charter$
County Commissioners h a v tF'1s
Tho parcel post inch ast.pt .- University of Florida in The stability of the economy of lommtrcial banks and trust

ought the same secondarynro > >rov,.i recently by the In- r'4t. Gainesville and the Southern Florida J rejected in the continued companies. As of December 2Q( ,

a d, projects In' their annual .rSlllt', Commerce Commission Baptist Theological Seminar. last year, there were 219. .,
of char-
growth state
*,meeting with Road Board inci uveruM lug! about 1J.Iin .- Louisville Ky. For the past 12 "The chartering of state
members ovptcl\J .i r) yield about $734 tered commercial banks and banks has been based on the
t, in Bartow to request years he has been pastor of
their' share of cccondary road mil f.:1. i -,01 i Jill i r.c. the First Baptist Church -t Mi- trust companies. State Comp- law and on the soundness at

funds. "n i,.1. ft, : r.e: will be Inrrcoscd canopy Fla. Rev. Gant was troller Ray E. Green said today he economic demands," Or..cfl
.. lIfuv'y 130and. said. "I don't feel wo navM''
The five projects, to coma *.i'I'.I' : s lso clerk-treasurer of t the .
out of $30O.3Jl:: budget, ware' N.l: |I. .u' sued icvaiueor Santa Fe River Baptist Association :- that total deposits been either too (conservative,
careen reported -
ab.t, improving of Joshua Creek years.Approximately
as ot last December 20,
m1, i iv n..lnt.lne.J. .1 of charters Our main coat
Iload with u new bridge, a JOHN E. HODGES two yearsago
which
need termed 'ein.rgency' for Th- h'..her rates. du not effort the. Nocatee Baptist Church were $2.143.398.039. rep- corn aJ: always is whui -r
air pjiccl post or Intel'"horaut resent an increase of 1.9 per there is a definite need fur a
assisted
the past four years, a pew the residents: at Tee
p31"cI 1 post. and Green to cent over those aj of December bank, and that once<< e ,. bridge over Peace River at John E. Hodges Postmaster Johnson said that tion the start construc- 31. IW82.' in those total ut- cd. it wjuld be a sound lni, u*
Brownvllle; improving of county on new chapel. The
posita were included time (sav-
he hao boon aavlscd by Pojtnnfia lion and would: serve the nerds
basic unit is
'r road from Owens to Noca- now completedand
Enters Race ForCommissioner utft) uepusits which amountedto "
>.cr General John A. Croni the value of the of the people .
including bridge propertyis
tee. a new ;
> ... >..... ,iti_ ._e-.i.: ion oi the estimated at $33.000. $.137,434.1170, an increase: of Total deposits.t at the end of
paving of the Hog Bay Loop .
ICC w.ii ai.sl.t the Pout Office Rev Grunt stated that the V 5 per cent. the calendar year In 1953 w.-re
Road and of toe Hull LoopIloail.
'jL'I|>..irtir. .e U in tairyiii out Its plan the culmination of "J hop comptroller pointed out $1.060,0'At"i4.: : Green, said while
was
John E. Hodges, Incul I buiIncssman. that in Ubliars tie total depo-
lUjt, tivi, of uut.ing, & the uruin 4 two. of .t the close uf ItfiU they brad
Road Board r. Baptists workIng
Warren Carson. groups -
uridi the
was Just r its w re up -40.780.609, overthe
It iI.'Iul Tn'.ury by increased a little mor: that
tin i )
iremlwr, won told by the Le- wire I lust Tuesday nosebag together and the end product crime period fur Ibtut. lie
$101)I ) I million.Ihv IS* per cent as compared 1 with
Sotu coinralsjiiuriets' that the"holdup" when he qualified fur t h a was a full church to serve wed total. l at the close
parcel Increasewas APPOINTED TO POST:-Commissioner of Agriculture resources : ; .
lust post !! the needs of with 1955.Ile .;
in a growing
the completionof com-
had County Conmmisslora post in u'l Ftbiuaiy I I. IttCO the Doyle Conner ha announced the appoint munity. of last year were 12.381.223; : said. total: loans as of December

t been the failure secondary to secure projects rights& district Werti.five Deadline against incumbentBob for qualifying postmaster, pointed out. ment of Hal L, Jones of Gainesville as the acting Rev. Tom Capell pastor of which was. a gain of $70.718,833 were up 167 l>er cetlj
1962.A
of-ways, und It was suggestedby was at noon Tuesday, To illustrate the effect of director of the Division of Plant Industry of the the Nocatee' church was highly over total of $1.005.673,040 in over the. same period in IDSi
the new rotes here, Mr. Johnson Florida Department of Agriculture. Jones assistant while total capital. accounts hail
Carson that all the pro- MI hadn't made up my mindto pra.by uv. oant or loans and discounts was reported -
pertles be lumped In one con run until this morning," noted that a six-pound parcel division director for the past five and one-half the part ha! played in makingthe Green said, which was increased: 168 per cent over

j demnation suit. Hodges said, "even though 1 which for is local the average delivery yearn, temporarily fills the vacancy created by new church posible. an increase of $112,773,431 over 1955. .*

State Representative Chesterfield many of my friends have been weight will- cost :i1 cents area Instead the death of Dr. VV. G. Cowperthwaite in a plane Plans for the near future 1962. Loans Including mortgages !

Smith requested the urging me to." of 32 cents. crash Feb. 3 at the Gainesville Municipal Airport. are to make application for were 42.23 per cent of
Road Board to consider the Hodges, who was born March membership In the Peace RIver the banks assets as compared ]1

I possibility of widening the 2. 1919 In Plant City, came Baptist Association. with 38.83 per cent on December -i
Nocatee-Arcadla road, a four- to De So to County In 10-15! and Not Guilty More County Details for the special services 31, 1962. I

mile stretch which Is heavily was a merchant: hero for the. Area CateringContinued I-A, that will be held on Apirl Green said time deposits accounted -I mm. I
from
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traveled during rush hours. first 19 years. page 5 at the new church will be
40.02
Registration for cent of
from I-A per
4 The cost of the project would '"I feel I owe a lot to DeSoto merit( of existing. pogo ones. ) rotk ranch hand lcstlfle4jhat announced at a later date. the. total deposits of state banksas I ,

come out of the state's primary County' for all my years of Tho D.Soto County Chamber he was employed on the ranchIn Points PlannedThe of December 20th last year I
funds and state engineer's business here" Hodges July 1961 and that he help-
i good (if Commerce, under a compared: with 33.30 in 1962.ObliaaUon .
agreed that a 60-foot right-& said. "Now I want to do what I John Daniels, and a new manager slateof ed O'Neal loud the cattle for idea of going to the people Fair OfficialsContinued of the Unlt.d'' FRI. SAT.

of-way was already available can for DeSoto County I'm In- officers, are defining an 11- market and termed It a "rou- for the purpose of getting States government accounted Two Complete
l but termed the idea of four- treated in the steady growth of tine" ta.k.Sheriff ( from 1-A)
that is page
point Improvement program to everyone eligible registered for 33.31 per cent of the assetsof Shows Nite
la nlng the road as "not feast' the and will do all I can Holton had testified Friday
area
be launched In the. immediate to vote Is being con- ing the fair for some exhibits state banks as compared with
f 'ible." to promote It. I'm extremely future as a bid to attract and that O'Neal had stated that McGee tinued by Cline Hayman. De for queen contest dress 32.84 per cent last year, the lQve-t ab YrJi dMcI'J.iII.
Smith also requested that Interested In the school of got some of the money
,: hold the tourist. Soto County Supervisor of re reviews, and feature showsto comptroller said. He added that C
Carson help In the dedication DeSoto County and I'm determined from the cattle sale. Defense lair attendance.
gistration. encourage cash represented 11.48 cent lFrlutlt
One of the greatest tourist per JL
I of the Ft. Winder Road from Rose then showed :!!; --
do 1
all to
to can see Attorney
needs nowI.. better housing Starting next Monday Hay- Such a building could be of the assets; as against 16.27' ; C-P'
J U. S. 17 to State Road 72, that they are on a par wjth McGee two checks that had
facilities," Daniels said "Ex- man will visit three more sec used all year round for a percent In 1962. I .
south of Ft. Ogden which has schools In surrounding: counties. isting aclli tics cannot cope been endorsed in his name by tions. According to his plans number of civic activities.The S< 1 ,
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I been scheduled for May 6. with the many requests that McGee emphatically denied there .Is no reason at all why State Agricultural department States government obligations ''
A plaque will be prepared Hodges Is campaign c.ha.:r- that it was his signature.
are pouring in to the Chamber DeSoto County cannot haveat has a plan thatwill were Ion per cent of the assets I V
for (ha dedication of the "plo'neer man for the local lied, cross office .seasonally/* In their defense WednesdayAluorney's lea.*. 6-thousand eligible furnish half the cost of ''as compared with 9.76 per : iv 0'

t area" and will displaytit4 drive, Is a millIOn and a .ro mber A county of diversified economy Rose and Purvis voters registered. for the. May such a building. cent in 1962. j 1 h

) ."Ft.. Winder" name, engineers of1 the Elks and thec un- DeSoto balances Its railed to the stand Senator 5th primary. 3. The premiums list shouldbe Green said 285 new banks
,s
said.. Smith promisedto try Club. He Is also a i member tourist' business with >Var- Elmer Purvis of the 24th District !Monday' he will be In the printed earlier. were chartered throughout the ] .
gtt the necessary legislation of the First Baptist Chur h, as a character: witness for a
4. : round Industry, Increased farm Pine Level l area. Wednesdayhe 4. Civic organizations Invit- nation during 1963. Texas
for placing the plaque in A widower he resides at his ONtal Is a former County
will 1 citrus, acreage, and more : will visit the Bunker and ed to put on shows in the first with 53. Florida was wa.1
the, historic area.Alio'on home at 403 East Oak with his varied farm produce thus ever Judge from Lee County unit lirownvllle- areas and next Friday rodeo arena. ond with 42. and 1N

the agenda was the two eons.Library. b.fure.The:' he testified that he had "known morning he will be In 5. Need for a theme for the third with 30. The comptroller ,
repairing of the 10-mll of ONt-al all of his life" and {
Owens fair. I
Woman's Club headquarters community.In said of the 42 chartered in1
bad roads in the Myakka City said that he had always found
fur years for winter his absence Mrs. Virginia 8. Other community activities Florida 16 were state.
Vicinity, a spot that has been Board visitors, is kept open by the him "honeJudge \/." Lazar will keep the office In should be held In conJunction The tremendous growth of YW/Y
bone of contention In Manatee John Justice presiding
a
Tourist Club. The city maintains the courthouse open. Hayman ) with the lair. Golf Florida during the last 13 years
County This Is the only limited summations by !,
Notes Arcadian Bowling and Shuffle Board yt
a Te n-uga Center for said.Friday began to accelerate in 1955.
stretch Ot rough road from both prosecution and defensel
young rieoplr, anti the beau afternon the super tournaments were suggested Green said at the end of 1933
BrucitnUm. on State Road 70 Public Service tlflculhm program carried on l five minutes. visor plans to attend the Intercom as possibilities.

to U.S. 27.Attending. by the Arcadia Garden Club The courtroom crowd made Uectioii:.! Study Committee 7. The need for a better '
the meeting were The Arcadian this week received !- up mostly of friends and rela SUN. MON.
In the Sarasota of materials.
leave nothing to be desired. meeting supply decorating .z,4 ci.eiis ..
aU five DeKoln Commissioners, a letter of aiW> 'J<*U<>ii but tho key word according lives of the accused man was courthouse to .
Representative Smith and Senator front the 1 '!!''Ioto County Library Commissioner tense during the hour and. Improvements of booth w
to County
Dick: Wlllanuu Association for th* 'Iwcs- twenty-five minutest It took the
construction
CLvtfy
fish Is
It I. ( ) Weds hospitality -
ArtiMllar/ for the y'lttstt'On nett elected. foreman of the Thompson
Items made by 4-Hcra and
hoard h* stated: DcSoto County
through 1930. Although the paper t .la a hospitable place .. U>man jury, gave the verdictnot Parts Has Clinic others.
New Restaurant retains copies of the. potter and we want to keep It that guilty on all counts' and a heroic U. Thompson owner 10. Need for horticultural FOR RENT-- bedreem" e.m." ,

also, the bound 1"01'1. were WilY." In this other Commia- upprrsnnl. cheer went up from of Thompaon Motor Parts. was exhibits among the general pletely furnished house including -

Manager Named presented to the library for .skaters IIllrVtd.Judge the spectators. holt Monday to the garage- public. automatic washer Contact + MANSFIELD I 1 1Igo
the many {Nitrons as n public men and mechanics of Arcadia Members present. discussed Mrs: Walter Wheeler WA +l
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J. A' (Mac) McSheehan. service. at a Perfect Circle Piston Ring the Items and decided that the 9-3431. 23-c
owner of the Pin. Point Restaurant Prior to IDCO there was only Orders Eight To Seek Clinic. Mr. Roy Johnson representative goals were worth working to

SR-70 tact of Arcadia one bound copy of tho years' (Continued from page 1-A) of Perfect Circle ward. Looser stated that the

announced early this week papers made. The Arcadian Runaway YouthTo ter, Ft. Myers Beach anti Corporation snowed an educational fair has stuck: to the same general FOR .ALE-If': yeu like ...,,,.
that his son Donald will become hopes to make It a practice In Charles IU Hoi ley, St. Peters I film of power service plan for Just about as try living; this& la the place.

manager of the local the future to keep the library Doctors Care burg. and motor overhaul anda long as It can. "We have got to Only. 14 tittle from town on tT.+ Qa

eatery. current at the copies become Six Democrats will split the short question and answer per.. ,do something" he aaid. Highway" 70 West. 3 bedroom
Donald ha served the last available yearly. llobert William Oreer n. vote for the Governor's office Iud followed.. Naturally the big trailer, with cabana and car I

12 years In the Army He has The letter, from U."ct! Hard- who wan apprehended several They are llaydon Hum Jack hit of the evening was the port. Fully landscaped with
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been stationed In Germany log secretary to the associa ntunths ago after he ran away aonville Fred. (llud) Dickinson. showing In full length and new well and septic' tank on a

life wife> arid family are spendIng lion reads as follows: from O. .Pierre Wood Hunpital West Palm Beach; Robert color the "500 Mile Race at Swim or sink live or die. 21O x 230 lot.. Located right on : s

80m.'Uate'ln England but "Mr. Karl l:. Neibergcr. end shot up a house trailer on King High. Miami; Frederick Indy". % and a thrill-packed survive or perish with my highway Sew to appreciate.

plan to join him here In Arcadia The Editor>Publlsher. Purkvrs llrolhrra ranch has II Karl. Daytona Beach; Scott movie of a stock car race plus country was my unalterable Selling due to sickness. Reduc.

within the next few weeks. TUB ARCADIAN been referred to two Sarasota Kelly Lakeland and John K. the BOO mile race at Riverside, determination. John AdamsWorks. .. ed for quick. sale. Phone WA

Prior to the service he received Dear Earl: ductors. He will undergo phy* (Jack) Matthews Jacksonville. Calif. 92337. 23-C
training In restaurantand examinations.The .
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bakery work In North Car board of directors of the De- youth wee apprehendedby -

olina. Solo County Library AioucU I.Ion. Sheriff Lloyd lIolton and
Mac's plans. rail for more \ It was learned that you hat been In the County Jail Ki g-Size led Fr "K IIISize"COMfort

fishing time while Donald doee had provided our public library awaiting trial.
the work of managing the pup with four complete bound The> action of ,referring thecae / e I ,

War restatrant.CTC copies of THE AItCAt>IAN for took place yesterday afteriH t .3 Solid FOAM Mattress

the years IMO, 1961. 1 1..82. aril >n In circuit court.. 1
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PresidentContinued 1963 Newspaper. file are important 1, Over Twin Box sriqsWeekley'
Yew Need 1
"Th aervlse ,
mean for hUtorlral research .1 i 1r

( from page 1-A) especially aa they be* When V.u Need It" t ,SFr

a manufacturer what Industry dime' older, and many times t -

,looked for in a community ,furnish Information not otherwise Arcadia Abstract &

when researching for a new available I
Installation The board members wish you Till Company. Inc.

-One. of the biggest things-. to know that your appropriate ABSTRACTS Or TITLE
he answered "is whether or gUt Is greatly appreciated.Thanking 1 '
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INSURANCE i
not the ctUena| want that particular you for' your generosity TITLE

business .In the com and on behalf of themembers KOCH' ARCADE

munity. No manufacturingplant of the board of directors : PO ..e Mt ;
{ .la going to build in an I am I a rp
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area where they are not want Sincerely' '
'.ed; .because the cooperation of Reed (Harding. Secretary : 4h

the people Is highly responsible _._ _. __n ___' __ -. tiiii T'

for. the success.'* (ewu a, 4

Mr, Mitchell continued' to the
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warm'reception& Central Trans GREATEST +
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former<< Corporation has received '
In this area. "We are proud '

s>f the part we play in pre snt- k(
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tug Arcadia and. we' with appreciate a stable Ana.dla'l payroll !I! S '

contribution to our or.

gjunlsaUon. development' 4w

Some corporations require I 4s
public &loans foe the building
pf their. plants 'but Central
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does stet; We L want ta do our b

.part In adding to a community. I Home a

and >assisting In Its growth

and proasrlty. Mitchell aaid \
-- Conducted tours through the '. '

plant gave> many: ,local folks. I Sea Our Wide! Selection of :
their tint look at the manufa

turing of }transformers.. Guide New Ramblers Made in Our Own Tampa Factory. Complete
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answered uestiona e
We Service Whot We Sellf
plained the. steps In'"the_ man* Furnishings 75 ;in .wW .. lott '
x .. $ *.* pJ*.ty .

r ;: : )4gte4r.f1 has beau with of fT.fcss.oajf, sprawlMe 4 ..... grt
MotiMrs .
'M.y',t tai ilea A ter.: bait IIr' f fl Grimsl.y 'Javj ce..foft! $ 99'
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-I- *rrrtP two cL and grace' In Christ our Lord. Grant that we may receive

f aS more and more of His fullness. So I help us that we ).nay

.O/Ulon Ued 3 be more effective. and fruitful In'' Christian service i ,




t t lovetncnt i t ::;Jor 1tJIalDy Amen.TWO MINUTES : ;


By THURMAN SENSINGThe \ \ ROBERT MORRISThe ,
\ 7HE &IDLETrue I ::
blindneM of the U. S. United States has spent Jinx .

union movement was strikingly more than $103 billion foreign aT te.N.UW a.....N _LeU ereatl society,4 K...
revealed in midNovemberwhen aid. In so doing we have ersAee sa. s cam ;: :
AFL-CIO president not only added to our national ,
George Meany condemned automation debt but have depleted our
as ..a real curse to gold reserves from $25 billionto Liberty .
this society" and warned that $13 Mi billion argely .
It could produce "a national through this aid citizens of \Ve were interested to read recently, about the
catastrophe." other countries hold $27 billion man in California who ran short of grazing land for
Mr. Meany said of automation redeemable in gold hit herd of 13 buffalo To solve the problem he put

which means the control i more than enough to torpedous S f them on a barge and took them over to a large island
of machines) economically. in Lake nerrytssa where there was lots of paati're. j
toy other machines The peple of the United Hut what did the buffalo do? They jumped back into
H
that States have made this expenditure -
the lake swum to shore and began charging fishermen
"there Is no
with
element of tience.generously They ..ni and told by their pa- .> 4 4b ff and chasing automobiles enraged where they at Toeing -
blessing In It." Wt-; Imprisoned' on an inland.
leaders that this outlay was
In makingthis "imiT you rail hill! At $1 a sack It. called necessary "to stop Commun- After all. neither man nor beast enjoys bondage ,-

s statement phosphate, nitrogen ...Itto! sulpher. ism." and yet a substantial perrentage ... though many of u* are indeed bondage. { ;*,
the AFL- potash and lime!1" of our current aid goes Our Lord said in John 8:32: : "And ye shall know the

.y CIO boss In directly to the Communists truth and the truth shall make you free.'* To this the

4 effect said he themselves. Communist Dicta- tlai, ere iwi Ili religious leaders replll"d0: be Abraham's seed, and

want to turn ]u1.Jl C //o".af tor Tito has gotten more than were never in bondage to any man; how sayeat thou
back the clock: In modern Industrial in all kinds
three billion dollars "
Ye ahull be matte free? Hut our Lord answered "Verily,
society. of assistance Dictator' Oomul- A Futile verily I say unto you. Whosoever commltteth sin (a
One of the areas In whichthe ka more than half a billion. Prescription .
the servant' of sIn' Ver. 34). '
United States has a clear A long Hit of dictators who are
J lead over the communist world Threats To CitrusLakeland playing Khrushchev's game are In prescribing government-Imposed additional pre- St. Paul says. the .name thing In Rom. 6:16: : "KnQW .
and the backward nations is also the beneficiaries of our mium pay for overtime work in u means of easing the je not. that to whom ye yield yourselves servants"obey :'b

in automation. The U. S. Is largess: Sukarno Nkrumah. unemployment (problem the Adminhtrntlon: is perpetrating ( his servants ye are to whom ye obey; whether-of

able to outproduce other nations ( Ledger) Ben Delia and a score of others a senseless if unintentional hoax un the sin. unto death or of obedience unto righteousness 'i

not because It ha*I more Florida's citrus industry Is now facing two threats In tapering degree receive Jobless.That's Sad to say many .sincere religious people think tfit
Industrial workers but because foreign aid despite their Il+- because the proponent I legislation's actual they can free themselves: from sin by putting- themselves
it'has some of the finest,automated that could prove to 1m of far-reaching significance! the grant collaboration with Soviet effect \tould be to reduce I instead of increase.' employment In bondage to the law. the ten commandments.This .

factory equipment In the next few years. purpose. opportunities and da.")h the falsely raised hopes never works, for the law can only condemn the sinner.
the world. If the United States This aid is said to strengthen of those seeking work.
were to abandon automation Threat No. 1 U. the no-called 1 synthetic beverage foreign governments "agatnst Horn. *t:19.: 2O( declares that the law was given
or If American factories were industry. Drinks that look and taste so much like orange Communism.** Actually The futility of tho Administration's' )prescription' "that every mouth might t be stopped[ and that all th,
was perhaps. bent exposed by W. I I'. Gullniuler. PtPsident
-
to slow down the introduction juice that the average consumer can't readily detect 30 recipient governments have worM might be brought in guilty before God for
of new machines with electronic the difference are being vigorously pushed. been illegally overthrown. of the National Association of Manufacturer (In by the law Is the knowledge of sin.:* .*
controls it would be mostly by Communist or proCommunist testifying before n llou e Iabor ruth-committee. Again we have to turn to Christ for salvation and
a national disaster. The U. S. And the beverages intended to be a substitute forces. Even after "The theory that the Imposition of new wagepenalties true liberty lie "died for our Mini". (1(I Cor. 15:3): ) and

would soon be overtaken by for orange juice are getting a good response from con- the overthrow<< all but one. on industrial operations will tncrnuo Indus- "hath redeemed us from the curse of the law" (Gar.-:
less developed nations who sumers. Cuba continue to receive" foreign try's. ilemanil. for labor U allaclous." he declared; :ain: : ). ...*
have hordes of hand workers.It aid. "The approach contemplated In this bill Mould,
I having believed" this and trusted Christ as Ti4
is shocking: to find the bead The substitutes for citrus juice are being pushed Last year<< we learned that, raise coat of production' at H time whim the rompeti<< Savior the true Christian; serves. his Lord not from
of American unionism saying with tremendous promotional resourcefulness: and the while Congress was debuting tivo pavilion of American industry ha already l been ,
|
the fear, or In gain favor. but out of sheer" love and gratitude. I-
that the dead hand of past promotional campaign is certain to be expanded and
whether' or not to I lend< the UN impaired 1 by cost rises.
should control the free enter- intensified time This in true liberty and this service Is the only
as goes on. 9100 million Marian Cleveland .It would disrupt Industry alit commerce by injecting -
prise system. Behind automa- kind that Gets; ) desirefrom us. Probably no man eve.a:
of the State Departmenttook >> <<
lion lies years of scientific and To minimize the significance of this competitionwould than $130 million an arbitrary element of government! intervention served: the!' Lord more sincerely or tirelessly, than tho1Apoittle
more
engineering effort and Invest- be expensively unrealistic: and it i is not being from the contingency foreign Into a \imveiuhlch l I" regulated more efficientlyby Paul In II ('or.6-I: he gives us the ,secret:

ment by hundreds of companies. minimized. aid funds and gave it to the rnmpctime. markets. "I, he. love of Christ mnntralnoth u.. :' '/ ?
If automation were to be UN. of which << was "Um-conomlc Increases In labor costs In the postwar -
cancelled. 1} would be necessary Threat No. 2 comes from outside- in the form of channeled' some' to pay money the delinquent period are one of tho major causes of our present .. ..... 1 1tJOII
to cancel a significant Imports from the Virgin Island and Panama for UN dues of Castro and unemployment situation. After all labor Is nut exempt .

pert of the standard of living instance. Here Is a situation that could prove extremely other Soviet dictators. from the general economic law that the more you charge u sJCIiJJiJ eat.w: ..

oC the American people. damaging not only to citrus. interests in Florida but to hack In hiss some people for anything the fewer taker you will find. -+.e. 14

,For example automated. Industrial those in California and Texas as well. used to take the position that "lite effect: of an increased overtime |H
processes are the heart they favored aid U the extent certainly 1 he to reduce tho number qf' man-hours. ,of.laIxir .
of automobile-building these Imported<< citrus could become an octopus rwiueex* that It implemented policy. that would find It :to .
profitable buy
days. If the auto Industry return were to Ins the life out of the citrus industry in the United Therefore, they were for foreign any laborcoat: Industry Increase: i H hound to have that effect.- New Age Of Computtrftny !
to be compelled to States because imported citrus can undersell citrus
the.roetho. California
in For
Florida .thing
ns. one ; -to Free China and others who
-... ..tW<*. .iM.t4>r the ...,, prices -the pay scale for workers in citrus outside the United were valiantly holding the vide? up and the'iHitlon that niece.' workers would aharvin noorn: w HANSOM Now such a modern "m

,on cars and trucks would State is much lower than in this country. tide. They were against ski for It s ".ma entirely: Unrt.al..UciI",1 :.. Dabaon Parts, Maaa, '(Special could do the schedule prograjrfb'imlng .. '
This, In turn would mean
soar. The and Sukarno. Ttuy ) Every reader of this In a few days thai U t.tri.
that sales _oulddl"a and alert to the threats and due
Fully feeling alarm. thought that aid to the Communist
column .la Interested .In reducing school 'teachers would lose their .
auto workers I leaders in the Florida citrus industry are coordinating and pro-Communist {: .
Jobs without automated production / C ntnntenlttnjFamous .tases. We see In the news Inat .their regular employment& )
all their defensive resources to protect the industry. dictators did not Implement
processes, the cost ofmedicines papers much shout the cut 'In several v.eks to acewenptiasH; ,,
our
would skyrocket. They are at the same time taking giant steps to Either policy. ..... .leueral) Income tae. but alntu When I asked. Mr, Picket.. ,
: they. wrong
Under such circumstances the .l nothieitf' about a cut In whether the schwa teachft'l.'
activate a program to reach still more consumers than then or things haw changed/.
In tase1. I &believe
*
very wealthy individuals Hundred Days stale' or local wouM complain. ae sate (*_ "
earpolicy
America would still be able to citrus has yet had. Somewhere slung the line ibis. will lie dlsrucavd ntuch. "Many. of them will be *"U4U '

buy what they waded but Recovery from the freeze of 1962 I is In progress" or changed deterrence' bran of containment (Cn- InUre during the neat year or have eatra day offt whllilmessy ?

the average man would be de- and so the annual crop of Florida citrus will be progressively munlam to convergence' with Everyone who was mature and as yet unan.w.r. nad what he needs and wants. acquainted with what rwnpusera .
Thus automation Is not sink- larger each season henceforth barring such natural Communism enough to be aware uf events lion. Among them: What .U fn. tIs! lu retiuce ctnintybi off place are when housewives they .have with time-:tlq i

ply a benefit for large corporate disasters as freezes and hurricanes.Growers All one need1' do .la to anaIye during the first Ilonaevelt term the relationship' between the .tS at Last< "...Iea/ who regular employment, Thus ta.>e.

enterprises' but for the throughout the portion of the citrus belt our fundamental policy will remember', the famouahurwirwl presently unemployed and the wish to reduce 4 local and (.taleUiwa employment situation ** ,)jJwhwla
entire buying public In the outlined In the Itostow memorandum daym.In this brief' presently ileac? Mhould peoplenot should$ send for n Mies < should' not. be upeet..
United States.fcjjfany hit by the freeze immediately turned. to nurseries for and other' papers, to period. directly following the actively )m>king' fur work man from a leading computer In view. ,.f the activity, of
segments of American new trees to replace the ones killed by the freeze.In know that grants to Communist new ......ld4PfIt.. inauguration a or making groaaly unrealistMdenuiiHts manufacturer, such a. Inter, salesmen. of the .leading rant:

enterprise are threatened by some Instances of course, the destruction: was countries' do Indeed Implement bewildering array of .legislation& on the .labor. market. "atlmeI. lluames* Machines. IIna... It .la. probable that many
cheap foreign Imports. This our policy. For our policy some absolutely unprecedented.wa tie ewnaiderad. uneenfiloyad WHAT A rMlllfA COUNTY inure countries".. may be maktaf" ;
means that workers In these so extensive that some growers decided not to attemptnew .la not to stop Communism .U': basal and4t basic l lframeworts How productive In their pastrarevra I.1 (MJINUIn this same. saving. Whatever the

industries are threatened witha planting in those spots. but to. merge with Communism. of the New Deal have the presently on.employed a talk which. I had re* facts a'.. I am only paaalnal

loss of Jobs. The reason the Hut the strong- tendency wan to plant anew. Last Therefore we lavish. Khrushchev's wat establiahM. Much of thaflegialattMi. ton How Important cen'ly with Mr. Paul Picked this along. to readers aa an "H,*
fereign manufacturers can sell 419 In Florida helpers with assistance & aa time a proved* was .U. .Labor Immobility In unevn af f>rtan<*.",, FlneMa.. wh.i 'la on lustration of what the Intro
produced
things cheap Is that they have year citrusgrowers relieving that Or and Dictator .hastily cooretvul" and (1..w. Inrap pUtymentt" the ''ked I,.I Committee of rtuctktn. & t f computers may ac'eontpn.h
almost unlimited quantities of 2.3OG.213 registered tree, and that was himself of many of his bur af doing. the .latended ). It .la certainty, evident. that Change County, I gained. some or posit sceordtax'la +'
low-cost labor. If U. S. Industry more than the total for the preceding: 10 years- But It WM a dramatic path answers to these and ether very (Interesting li.furmallan.II the circumstances.
ls to survive and U. S. of dens.We cut off foreign I aid to the that haa became a part of our such riwestiuna. insect be found tails me thai .... of the REVOLUTION IN
Such sat Is tics tell both hope and determination. i
.
workingmen are to stay employed Dominican Republic that do colorful' political' history If a war an poverty la to have rompMiers, si a rental af about EDUCATION
they mutt use the But the two threats of substitute. drinks and Imported>> poses Catt/o-lovlng Juan A short limo ago PresidentJohnson's 1 any real, meaning Than .be* ".Of. a month, should save Aa the Federal OoveriMnent'la .
most modern equipment that citrus call for all the ingenuity the citrus Industry : to General "' ...".n of first hundred. ...,. In yond. that lh.. .. the evcrMon the rvwnly a net af over MO.. aonaUtntly assumingmore. i
technology can develop, namely within the United states can muster and coordinate Laos. .. long as he refuse to office came to an ....... Three C Cuntenu .J page ,.C> COD !a nwnth on calls 'help. of the reel and .malntenanaeof '
automated machinery to maintain present status and cultivate marks for join a troika government with was nothing llae; the water road building the "' .-rIi
Mr.. Meany commits' a great the bigger crops that will be coming along the next the Cofnmunlai. to. the .leaders fall of legislation that JUme* trend. .Indlealea. thai the great*:.

t ,(Continued on page 3-C) few years.It of Honduras who deposea veil pmpmed and was able It eel '.....r ......... will. be ourpttblie ;
leftist gr. erewwii. We reduce put through. Hut three .bavvbeen ..hoe''". II looka. .now *lIf .
Ia I not a time for hysteria nor time for dawdling.It foreign aid to Chiang. All aurprtaes and. with th*.. facts 1 the education. af our r Survey to Help U a time for large-scale action on a thoroughly aggressive ., Otis accords with the new al.rma.. drool. couUI be cwnatolerably) tmklproved
and realistic baa.... policy: to converge with Com There was u..lversal. admralan st lower. rent by! *K-,t

Update National nturtiam.Meanwhile.. for tae graceful efflrienrywllb SCMt-PnECiOUS STON S... We believe the vigorous Florida Industry has the KhruahrHet/ whJrn Mr. Jeeutaue t...k IN SCVCITAt ffrVI VA11CYSr4 I feel, certain. ,that .ftiwes'
fOONO
Census FiguresA ingenuity to- meet the threats and will meet them. But slave to his ertginal goal UaContlawed office. under the moat difficultcJrrMtnetanrea. PASS MAUTY AXC SLACK omx. CAI.muAif. new school houeca will be brad/..
scientifically selected ....- the going will be toughOLa ( an page J-C) And there twos rtouoA. TMHI IOVUY OIMS- and tnat computers mayMrialljf .....
ph of local nousenolds will a '''UacF' >held> wltnui.& SA O. SAitoorrrx AMD AGATE -cowl rtoM rsvlwce the construe

take part In a nationwide surrey and. without the bwclneaa com'Iderabty THE TAMPA AND MV/THOtj4C CIOIOCIC fO*MAttOf
uu.tb to enable. the MclUTdU more eonaervatlve Inanunj'y. LACE MJlfOftl Of YfAM. Th Use* witch voters age
STRICTLY BUSINESS 11
Bureau oC the --. U.S. Department that he would be eon ,, ..eara r now seemed tar fill main!..>-,
of Commerce, to .p- Iderabl score cvn rrvaUv. M.. ..... end operaU .'; bta*.
... many national figures on I 7'' puts 7 than hla a..e.*e.esaor.Hut ...... uaetl for adueatlonalp PVt''.'!
specified, population Characteristics I erQa I.JSa title .leeling .has hews. .... .... con be ccwieederafelyeeea .....
it was announced.today. ).*ta'< to. abrupt c......., Inellcaedent 1 and the efficiency' & af .tleachera ..
Is addrthnei to use cgulscmsthty al ,......... .In .,. Increased. '..*.
inquiries ..boutesn* Iwo- wy and with "vat' |*<4 U- TiMfe/ ; MOW' WAATEDf'ev ,
pieyntent and unemployment.UM !! o i gal| acumen, the Kanneely' ... .. mane peculiar," stases
March Current:: PfetmlaUesiSurrey Ia. gf an*. endovavvnent.. *4 M. J- ...,...&6 want their.ch&lrcrMtas
will Include questions. atefa .eae p.....isl for NeeeM$- apena maee time at senaol. "'MM
OBI family .-pa u..., date. of Editor. The Arcadian] .: .fry. a* .*..... beneftta<<1 tee ......p.. they r..B y' ansloua"' .
marriage. migration, and Ineoane. rieaee md anUanedof tA+tk. one drawing. seta. ......., TrA Slime ....kI,... learn .. '
according .. DirectorTTaemas lour denser far set.eriyt/ot .....,ita--ac tut raae,pe. a4. t rise. .... they ualnar. the M""".I*
.
w. McWntrteT erf the. the Arearfian.t ..a k A" his 1..e ap s..eevslp egos suet a4 "perklna. ; a. .. e
took torward to raeervlngami A
.-- BMreows Atlanta egMkel n sang ..." baynajil. amyUMAgMr. rate of IfceirBMarttawt ti.Mses !
rr deg yew very f awaFrcen .. rIiojpfioroj..Ari Visa M0 f m.COV .
Of ftcev ..... ICenaiady agg each
Jtedenal Director- .. nwepsp.t. TTaer to no Oeua that this 3 DtfOM KCAUU ff O VltAt TO *U awn ep-peastl to list largo i

tar palsrtsd ovt Uhet allWhe* wry MmetyalwA. yamand prnowsl !tae. a inn it.. Misat..C. ..VrTfOIHtNOl.. ALSO tt 90UNQ IN 7Mfyf tier of -droo-oulV. but. "
...u.. treedad. Ike Cato .. red .your. treat etty..are....a. -I gjeaa eepeetM vo, ..........,as ia.>a -...esia.e.obe. Ito.seatlr HAYYTHCM-ef AN9 tOHl VAult >O MAin Peaa>i> odweatlnal" sylenna .
..-..... Mid M ___ emadadeuwe err t_ N IN CAsmwsared > more repa......*. far tl v
reds r....... .... ... W a freers k* .tlbrsTiniarsty tnfamra Commerce 01' 1M united rcnt 03HAll tOCa tt TOOAyCi rift elrap.auts than. the chi 1

c.-. .. and Ire L.ecagasq A ewe Mid. sdrsre,. .lafea ........ ...... there 1. p.,.. | ,sAds A ftfAUt ImfOaTTAHl' ItcalcA AI any rate. teen "vial, y -

taaaMeL ... ...... weans. O., MiCw..epIL chose that lb. ..weu' met. fNCIfS Ito, here raewntty. .made. taf > K
TIle idbvsisreis'ebe .. .d. p !Y ---:= $eao a ........ .t ......." ..... e.a not see aun ehaag4"A
meet ... ...... hi sr- U. JCu. I c..... r aaiaraaaaem, ..owSanmmm ...... She me the.de. af cMucatwhen ...
peyhad us Me v.... 1__ ..evIM.tatbd anent _. end Sew ......... IW ae. r I wee In sefsbolyeara .. t'
I .r eb 7 w.7 M $sreprrt. -- -- -. ... .'h41 tae Aed.ataartrr, a.av Mae leader as

.. Tkee eASiw M .... ir all pe &see ''wc..er 4,5ev- taw M .e ss...teeg. M .fI"IIIIII ..... ant Tenchar s..Aasoclattotnor .... .
M Came ......... hl.inep.wd.lsetreait ..... sus .. petal'asyt,,. >slat fait :i J J.Aa leant. aw pr'rrasrt' W heft trees acgantaaUena fttt.....,
eenemdse I mlessaeeto they sere-. tit -w tSemieaedy peat;thrr'M7. ammo. /tars aree> with .... The'
ae a arse/. M.tstkal ttiec-wtd- be ray -- "" ,.e# is ..... ..fJcadiarl. liiisattaai .lea Who. nma .-'
....... ..,.._ ,iiaatcel.. dltaao -- rr.rttlrrbiTa ag .." sue,'''' ....U- astw oft Dw the" ..,....,-.. 4 '#

stir -' .--. _ b' arll 1 u.AM he pwe .... east CCSensing -">ed CMS sage >-Cf A

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:c.:: THE ARCADIAN. :Arcadia, Florida Thursday< Mardi 19, 1964


o' ,. ARCADIA LIVESTOCK MARKET: ., "' 14 ._ .. ',f'
'
A* WHO TO CALL

Livestock Report


RECTORY:: SERVICES z
lk i : 605 head of cattle and calves In the offering- Slaughter

J. i steers steady;' to .50 higher, heifers and bulls scarce,
\.1.; K. 1 *. 1Ir cows steady and calves .50 to 1.00 higher. Stocker steer.

; OF DeSOTO COUNTY and cows steady heifers steady to' .50 higher,-and calves
J .50 to 1.00 higher. 84 percent/to stocker 12 percent i tows,
f 57 of the elau btered. '.
j;, percent cows
SALES and SERVICE ,.
'
7 I7' or .- March 11. 1964
: : Stocker C"ves,
......,..-:. c'rf; tlAr. I Slaughter Steam Good U9.60 to $22.50Good
; EqufprnenfIWT $20.00 to $20.75 Med 16 JSO to 20.25::
1. ,: Farm
; A ing
: fvrrfi
.J' i Stdn 18.00 to 2O.OO Com' 15.25 to 17,25

,J .__ "t "", .". *.. '", .-Tr wk. .... P.... Slaughter Heifer- CalveS 100.2S0I|I :
............. ........"..' .......... 41..... u.ff.. --= ::' Ian.L..I..f. Uty '16.2* stocker
.....; ........ .*>.*. TIM .......... ., N.ew.. Y. 1wfIw. Good $25. 0 to $31.6b
.
=,iee.. 'a-aS1.WM f p.. Stm*. .- ..d. _"'-......._._Pw.-_...c-$.M.f.f* ,.NM..... ,, Slaughter Cows Med 22.00 to 26.OOAJty

r :'.::=C.WAlw/.....!'.0101.furniture'111 Wt. 0... .-. $14.00 to $16.25 Com 20.00 to 23.00 I

I Cut 12.20 to 1.1.50 Inf 15.00. to 20.00 I
-
-
-
:: Air Conditioning Can 9.00 to 12.60 1' 1

:, ... f.v-: ; ? Stores I
....UCTlUC: fa. Air c.. Slaughter Bull
........M Uty $17.50 Asked
S. N. M k* Ara4M : f.r 1 k14 .1lk. People ,
Wt. OV" .. ..
1/M.> .
Ar 14.50
,..... ,tW..t s7 11 2... .MPLiTi,1 .nw. W..f Cut
1 ,N yAwnings.. :,. : = a 1J//J Can 12,00 'To Xid Eqster
1. NOMf P .*- to* .
= . : ....
!
.k. An4l wily > Calves _
.. ,... ... Slaughter L
NMI < < N.* i
,. ... .....
w..ljler l HM> r rtt Good $20.00 to 23.00 Si81$ Campaign f

__ _d ..__ Uty: 16.50 to 17.25 !
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.w. ,w.. f rtO,, awl n AN Prescriptions Slaughter Vealera Th.. 1964 Easter Seal appeal I
Good $25.00 to $28.00 for crippled children and a+ I Y

S KS a' la? O Ok'afnp, ACCUATIirMOT*******--;MMrlw ;. Stdn 22.25 to 24.75 dulls which opened March: } "
**."..' *.....rM .....*...1 .1.11... and continues thru Easter Sun
i
*"** **- -- --- W'4 I $ 0.", Stocker Steers .
"
"T.. ? :.;; Ph... wAl..t: a4iel. day March 29, has- asked the
Bottled1 Gas -- -- -=- Med $17.00 to $20.00 people of DeSoto county and ,
Com 14.0Oto 16.50 Florida .to continue to< supportthe
Printing Inf 10.00 to 14.00 various phases of rehabilitation -
(_IN1.'... Pull .-,.....A iM. ml .l4_ M*. treatment for the'' handicapped -
.U .Nis I .1 'wr *TMMr"riM
--n, C__. ... .. ... [HI AICA IAN ./ gtoeker Hetfr. announces James F. '
et-:>>;::r .hl.1.rod Of'''' .._.. o.w .... Med $16.2Gto $19.40 Taylor Jr., Tampa Presidentof
.. ..
/ dnM O. "'- WA 1101. '
lw;O.k : M WA hI1et.sldMaterials Qw//1T,1 Com 14.OOto 16.60 the Florida Society' ,for Crip- For 23' Years
Inf '14.25- pled Children and Ad"I'", '".
-f"-+ 7r Concrete Throughout the nation last /
.' f r Ready-Mixed Shocker. CowsCorn year, 233,00 children: and adults I \>4
,,
to $17 0 '
t $13.0O with crippling

w .....>... -.....>. ..IAOY......-MIx11. Yes the. DeSoto Gas has been
COIo4e.UN.**"..* .."*'.. ......" "" *.. ........w...... ..U!1.c 'ra.ted1C Company serv-
.....
,.. .
Av' *_ tw/.1l/ $ $NNr' 101)Mr Stocker Bull.. through Independent -
n l aatel{" A.a 7k.w .1dAb..t, e-ffi.: Med 20.35 Easter !* ':/ ing DeSoto County: families with dependable

L .
4<' .r J Com 14.00 to $16.25 Seal con-
,
j Dolomft Roofing .... In : ; gas service. for23 years. Gre n s fuel is the'mul-

.
Florida, a
'. network of 14 ti-purpose< gas that can be used, for heating, ',
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W.- 4 -t ..! N. Il ., r t-'. M .>,.. r*- WAI..f. IMw w....W .-al4. centers a.ndtreatmen' i cooling as en-
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T(' TV Soles & Service .... West provide physical, occupa .
call the .De-
b Drugs'ICMPtT1 MRS. VCR 4 COLLINS. tional and speech therapy''' for dependability and service, on -

.ONAlMOMf M..u."'t..i *.. Mr, and Mr. D. T. Lee of the necessary' hope and Independence Soto Gas Company for Green's Fuel.PROGRESS
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....1 :1 .......... IM Am*.'> Mi> T.V. fc MM* |a4wkM ) for our handicapped : 1
r-.e.. ....'R'p'I.A. .' ...:.. : .,.... + Mf. and .
.f ........ .. ,..wM1101 .W C.A.A**. M.lk.* *. Ol"co. Kent eliY. citizens. i
( s =t:-*2:*>.y*=-.*. Mtr**. .d *7v! Mm. Connie WUU m., Marry Camp Challenge, the statewide 1

=!;$*IY. -:"-:''tuntutt.*=! 3' kV 4e and..Siui WlllUmv/ I..ouLwUle. camp for the handicap .
..n ...w.. *s M 'ok.. *r a.r. .* and Mr. A. ped. la specially designed and
xt.rmlnatonJaOPICAL WA fl... --W-'l a Na. Kentucky: ; CoL. programed to otter an addi-
T.V.' II l- 0... <-, to MM TinllOHB. .**- J. Wllllanu oC, Jupiter wen ':
i.. :. ., tional comprehensive socialand
T.a....,..' scent visitors of Mr. and Mr. psychological: experienceas
coNn'i; a further Inroad to rehabilitation. -
'_....: A..a.. PS.d.k.' .. .A'' Pen Wllliams.<
ServiceWAlM .- Since Camp Challenge
:....... Transportation Mrs. Christine Kohn visitd ,
was established in'10.1 I"
friends In St. Mtcrsburf .
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. .' :. !irIC! ,!.,. ianON tACI. .. I .-.heye ... this pMt week' :; She cam* back. 40 percent In wheelchairs. .: .' ':
;_. .. 'I'.0...... home la'" Saturday., ; have been 'able to
4 .. J. W. N.MI. I Mlss s' Sylvia Lan'e':."Wan i attend ,this)special program. .

,4UMHAL.IttCTJIIC: ;AM. = Mwrf.. da Collins .cI'LhtdallJue Croy a The Easter Seal campaign
.P1. wlu rt ........*, "f"Of Tree' Service were In Punta Oorda Sunday la a low pressure? appeal' With
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vanlng vlslUnn* IrUnds.
an emphasis on voluntary giv
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'. Mr. CUn Itsyman. Supervisor .
Seals
ing. Letters and. Easter
fic:''Supplier, UMCOAtr Tale S.irvict'''_ TNw of registration worked. one', are m tiled to' homes throughout a J
1 j is- r :MM.wf, .H*.4 l.4- t::.wN.ww t J} : day last week !In .rtort> : O.deiviOr Florida asking'lhe Indlvld-
I t$t"<""t .IM'ire> .* Waters.f Bartow spent' uat tor voluntarily send backa
.ti' t a11. 'IC..wtt1:; .-.t P r. 4 -.:::"$ a few days, ,last week with contribution' In the return l
... =. =;tmN: ;.: ...._ a id-US. ,v".... US Rev\,and Mrs.'Ollbrcath. envelop. .

J -- .-. _. ... R*v." and Mr .i Jessie. 01.' Bob Hope( .. spearheadingthe
r breath Mra i JoMphin LaDle I nationwide apeal as the
1r ,. and, Mrs II. B. Reid went to "4 National Chairman.
Tampa laal,. Thursday. Mrs.Rod :
/ : few day with j
0 stayed 4 .
,I' Mr. and'Mrs.'llugb Day and 1

i ; there.received\ >She tnedleai returned teats borne while Sunday i iI

COMING: EVENTS i SINUSSuUeters :
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Mr. and Mrs.>Paut.liia visId -. *
r'. ; -Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thorn- -
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CbmpUed By the on Saturday nlfhUMlsa ...
tAuis' Itlchardson<< of '

DESOTO. COWfTY CllAMDEH or COMMERCB: Z.lf. Sprta**; and Randy ru-I .

t 1 .ate iw.n married U...Friday 1 ,. _#, '
vt r alit '. 0.1"0' God In ZoUeMr. 1AresdIa'Drrts

'" "TMU".OAV. MARCH i. 5-eta.. .. : I rN..J a. .. A . : a -..
Pltkhe Library Hewrs' 1:10 t e WO tray Library BylNIngl and Mn..W. WJ W. .; :
j1Wt"l. Clwa.'OO. aum..,D,..t* ......101"...' berry returned home Monday "
bde' 1.Il.w. L dse. 7M: a _,.Fr.t."'.l Tern.ale. after .pend".'. few'days with
Ye",,'.'.iCJ.b. TttQ ....., W.......'. Club. .all...,lMBaeUrt Mrand, Mrs.. ru ..... .WalkerIn F r 23 : i

Star. sea a>.''', Mae' Mle. T.N+ple Artana. .' ... -
M ..h.I.... A...."....... gAO ...... C..". C.II'" .Hayes 'Mr. Alvta StepiMn.>and Mrs. .J -F Yean ,- i.
6a.ete CeyMy Beard ef Mealters. .-OO ...'... City Hall ICaUiy Stephens, ''VWled, Mrs. 8. D 8oCo ".." ... .. 1 MIS.-7
MaX*.atowllag ,
'I Alleys. V From a humble beginning i


I i downtown Arcadia, the DeSoto Gas Company

, >"vtll_ LleraVy- ,.4.o'FRIDAY..' tOO, le. sUO MARCH......tOff Library .ll4la) .. :I ..." .. has' managed to keep pace with the growth, j 1.

V*..Hs. AeMvltl' **.* T0; .....<. VewtH. Center. ,
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la', _t.'- rIr : : : :, Long 'time residents in this area have experienced

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, ..1aATU"DAY.. MARCH. it ,: > 4 'WILLIS iCAC0CKJRS "' .5 23 years of top flight service from ,Dct :- :

Msblte Library N.ere. 1:90 te fcO P.1.. Library .ulle'l.... .
'.....MNPSuppe, 1.00 b ..tM ..-...., Os..." CI." .."....... '.,- .... \1 ': Soto, Gas* A fleet of seven .radio dispatched
J1.tIt1U!...700: IMM... v..|. C*.U... -ti '
..... fI...tf ""$4.:>.....' W..a. .'. CUk. H........ Don't ..Gielp: the' Ship :,_ .. trudc.sro.modem office location, 13 well trained ;

tYf Ht"I"1.. M ;TIIE,8Hlr.>. .. personnel and more than 120-thousad gallops .:.
.. .11 ,'! DOrr"Gt B* T1a... watch word of :

th. Navyr.wsr. first spoken by CaptaIn James Lawrence of In of
SUHOAV. MARCH tte gas storage assures you ? complete
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......... All CIMr, .i...M p.aJO 6ut to break the blockadeof :
I. 's'* .**..l IkMton' n rbo -'duriN' the;War of 1812. Th. BritUh > 'satisffcetfon. :

w' "1. V Frigate Shanooo ,Had rammed the Chesapeake and as 'f '

+ t. t MONDAY ''MAMCH t$ the a..nUJ.'IU'U.i swarmed the decks' Lawrence r*- :' Ire service all
With on appliances. ;
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T..ni..(.CIrIN 7JOO p.m.. W..n."'. ClwkjLe calved fatal wound. Ho rasped hU immortal order . gas I
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Bwu."''I +(L44I04 .. ). nO .. ..WI Laid i
.. .o......... a avMt. Bike M-. -. M wag earned b.low'd leeks wh..aa. auccumbed= during; ai

f. gr.i44.fa.N..I'O..rd! 440..1. AHFNt the heat of th"ba4U.. .
n t"i t 't v. ..

.M. $.. ,, 1e PLANNING FOR TOMORROW"DeSoto
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THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia Florida, Thursday. March 19. 1964 ..3-C
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I come Queen. of the Seaquar- place at the Seaquarium since :

Sensing The News 'h: J.'I: 50 Cla.J.Jij; lum. No porpoise in history 1 last visited. it a sevcrul? years. n
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News From BrownvilleMRS. 9 ever received as much public- ago. The shows are splendid wand
ity. Press, radio and television
Continued from I enjoyed ride the
( page 1-C) heralded her and the Seaquar- a on : 1

lum went all out to provide accommodations new und raluna monorail that w .
matake! when he proposes to
fight progress, when he depicts W. W. PHITCHETT Mr. and Mrs. Glen Smith come bring a dish and your Shake SmileBy fitting such an Flipper Illustrious creature On the cceasirm park. In judgement the '
Mrs. Rosalie Duller. Mrs. and Mrs. J. L- Williams were friends i my :t
: machinery as an enemy. Norval Burger; and, Mrs Bmtty Home Medical aid coursewill of my visit I was permitted day Is not far off when we .. ,
Smith
The entire of the industrial supper guests of Spence to her will be monorail to ollset.. ,
history Westphal called en Mrs.\. L. L. be or.anized by Penny enter private using.
revolution from the New berry! Last week. and Emily Westphal last Sun Centrengoland helper Wednesday RUSSELL KAY as anyone knows. She lives In quarters and greeted her personally metropolitan traffic Jams In our"! f

lath century to the p _n\- Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan Dozier day evening morning March 18th While I was in Miami at. the world's most expensive as she extended flip- major cities. Mr. Charles D, _
shows' spent Sunday in Copelandwith Wednesday of this week Mr. at 9 o'clock in the AgricultureHome : the time President J 'h'" 1 "goldfish bowl, a palatial per and accepted: a tidbit in Phipps. executive vice president .
that more and be'termachines' and Mrs.' Olen Smith and Ver- was aU.ndllthe Democratic ,
Caul ( Demonstration room the form of a fish. of the Seaquarium Monorail -
Mrs Doxiers
mean more rnd bet brother Spencer Smith and Emily $100' a plate dinner at \h.Fontalnebleau. MOO.OOO underwater paradisetier I with the Corporation .
Ldngford. none above Eatons). Those Interested was Impressed was., my
Mrs.
Langford and
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ter-paying jobs for working- Dm Cleveland Wtstphal. visited with Mr.\. and please come and be on time.If you could' not drawing room windows Improvements that have taken host on the delightful 'trip. *. ; 1
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Mrs. Doziers
nWn. son from which she be seen _
What machines: do and at may ...;
Mrs. Charles Kirkpatrick have to please find me In the mob that mill- 1- -
you no way go ....
and from Miami ,
family
this includes today's automated by the public cost $2.000 each. i
and and Mrs.Urrie
St. Cloud Mr. call Mrs. Norval Bsrger. ed about. the lobby of the ,' .4
machinery is create new met them there for the day. Klrkpatrick, at Kissim-, Sam Ash Jr. left Thursday swank hotel. She U the heroine of one of ,. ...
Job opportunities. The machines Miss Catherine Newberry re- the great sea sagas of the I
mee. They also stopped in You I've
night for South Carolina wherehe see spent a good
turnd Atlanta. Ca. Mondayaftr
give rise to a wealthier to century. It compares with Herman -
visit with Rev.
spending the weekend Haines City to will serve with the National part of my adult life: tagging
population that wants new Aiovri Hruilt and Rebecca. Guard. behind political big wig, covering Melville's 19th century
with her Mr and Mrs.L.
parents
< Dick" If thai
tragedy' "Moby .
products and new services. In 1. Newberry. She carne Mr. and Mrs. Webb and family Mr.\ and Mrs. Bobbie Davis, legislature attending .
tale had been written as a :
the end, everyone benefits.To to attend the funeral of her went to Madison this week. New Iberia La. and Mrs. Con- 'their dinners' and pow-wows. comedy t 1ii i fir
Company returned with th m. nie Davis of Dublin. Ga. caU- listening to their endless 1.It ..
resist automation Uncle Bob Davis. version differs -
is to Mr.. and Mrs. W. W. I>rittliU ed on their aunt Mrs.. L. X. entirely lost their appeal. The Seaquarium :!1
ask for a stagnant dying economy from Melville's tragedy in
visitors in the ,
: were Thursday speeches until such vents have -
In which new industrial Newberry on last It has a happy ending.' :t
lliuce Djird home in NocateoSunday .. While thousands of folks
ideas are ignored or rejected. Dick was a fantasy
''stood Moby
night on the street for hours
Such resistance Implies that dir1L1onsore; Patricia Williams celebrated just to seethe, official' car goby while the capture of Snowball 1

those who are resisting prefer her birthday on Sunday, Local Seaman and be abl. to g. home and ls a fact. I I-"
a government that thinks in 1-C h.r mother Mrs. Alke Williams say "I seen him. he waved to Fishermen In their exeur-I r...; .;
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terms of doles and handouts ( page sons off the coast of South Carolina .
served ice and and ;:
cream me gave me a big smile. i .
rather thaJn in encouraging teachers, or the taxpayers, r cake to u group of Prtrici.t'sfriends. In ExerciseKeithley I was getting a flipper shake told' of sighting M pure I .' W

modern men to use modern the politicians It Is a very tnd a much more beaming white porpoise. The raw,t.. t:"

meansof creating new complicated situation; in most Mrs. Lou rinnemore and T. Howell tearati. smile from another Important lum announced that SeaQU.1r-1 .-- -- -
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wealth. communities the school committees fit out .n -
daughters Ann and Judie werebusiness USN. 110Iof.. Mr. and ,,''n. celebrity, her majesty Carolina
Mr. Meany's refusal to facenp'to are made up largely of visitors in Sarasota Snowball. ,Queen of Porpoise the story were true 1the"
the opportunities of modem businessmen and others who Keithley E. Howell of Route 1, the attempt to capture the rare
on Monday. *, at Miami Seaqulr-
engineering progress is a know very, little about proper Hallie Montgomery spent the Arcadia: Is participating aboard hlIn, specimen. man .
tragic measure of the back- improvement of their schools. weekend In the Tisdale home. dence 1 na coordinated U. 8. Snowball, la the) World's only Beaufort County. South Car- =
ward-looking attitude of the When some one committee the light cruiser" USS Provl- olina sensing that they might
The community expresses albino (white) porpoise as far .. :
leadership of the union move- member makes a study and their sympathy to the 1. L. Nationalist Chinese amphltlou have something of utmost value
for I land. '
m TOl In taking this stand onautomatlon tries to bring. about a reformhe Newberry family Mrs. New- exercise called -oaOo. In their waters passed a I your i,': ;:
Mr. Meany shows is persecuted as one who berry's brother Mr. Dub Da- Backpack being conducted Off law making It Illegal to net .
that no matter what his intentions simply wants publicity.IMPORTANCE vis passed away last Tuesday.Mrs. the coast of Taiwan. /'tondf porpoise' In the county. w 'f I -

he is no friend of or Rosalie Dozier spent Backpack Is an exercise to ... I Ie Undaunted the Seaquarlum rlT.U rfct
the working man in the Unit- COMPUTERSThe Tuesday In Tampa with a test the amphibious capabilities crew set out and after three : the land clearerwho operates ...

ed ,States for he Is striving against early part of this column group of W.S.C.S. ladies from and readiness of the force m'a'. tries finally found the albino Caterpillar-built equipment In '
area
of ,the Fleet and the your :j :
Seventh 1
the workingmsn's long- explains how the budget the Methodist Church.Mr. beauty' off the coast of Col- ,
interests. If opposition to cnmrniuions of statesar Nationalist Chinese Navy. The leton County where no law I .' "
range many and Mrs. Sonny Bitch tM
type
automation Is the policy of the using computers to reduce and family attended a barbecue exercise. with over 40.0O0-roen (Continued from' page 1-C) prohibited' her capture- What kind cf man is 1 he? He' the :

AFL-CIO. then it has established expenses, but I forecast that at the Hugh Lung home In and 140 units participating Ing question of what the federal They carefully dropped the that will give you the best clearing job '; ;,: '
itself as a reactionaryforce computers must also be used Cleveland on Saturday night. will culminate In an amphibious l. government, rather than net over Snowball and her little ...
blocking the progress of to Increase the efficiency of Carla Tisdale spent Saturday assault on beaches Of southern the local' government* &'an'.nd dark colored son,who ..w.rn.b at an economical rate. You can count on

the' avcrsge man in the United teaching. Parents- saam to believe In Bradenton with the Taiwan and will demOnstrate should,do. her side-, and lifted' them his' being dependable because he .
.st {i... that the amount of time DeSoto High Band. While the effectiveness of the. r As of now theas reduction aboard ship. Up went howls I op. .' ; :
spent in school determinestheir there she had dinner with her< United Stales Seventh Fleetto till Is the major achieve and screams from South Carolina crates CaUrplllar-built machines serviced : :;-.f :
children's education. ThisIs rapidly move a algnlfjcant: they charged porpoise '
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. ID. ment' of tnis adnxlnUtrstlonand -
Instead the combat force to a troubled area' napping porpoise piracy and by Roller .: :
SrtnAks Hemorrhoids all wrong. of Mathews.Lee &It is, en administration It .
: time being increased< It shouldbe Tisdale spent Thursday in order to assist an ally. should .be added, which seemsmuch porpoise poaching.And .
decreased. This will someday night with Janice: Ingram in Prior to the assault, aircraftof more concerned with domastic so Carolina Snowballwas The Caterpillar equipment he operates :
Without; .Surgery be done with greater use the Seventh Fleet will son c.rrle'0' Miami to beer :
Arcadia. affair than with foreign ..
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t en beach defenses. ""adcUUon".upport means lot. too. Besides' Its being
Pain of computers. Children of Mr. and Mrs. policy. But the bill brings worries the"S
S bps Itch-Relieves ships' will conduct_ pl sr alas.me a s..
sso sea
There are several companies Milton rinnemore. Ann. Dutch.Judie. with,It. Though the total most dependable machinery It's also :::
-'.**..the Ant time._!I.."teaa fMV _a4 1 tl-submartne warfare esfr- _
which< will I demonstratehow and Jinimle enjoyed a cut' Is large, nearly all billion.he r ... .
i h Matter. .tb.t.ae. with 0.. a. due and the area surrounding capable of the many different. Florida land :
'.,...h>.< skill ty t* shrink b.iwrv this ran be accomplished day of fishing and swimming the beachhead will' be ( dollar saving- the averagewageearner .FAMILYPLEASER1 Ii .
> ij| *1.&e.relieve. pals.-wtth.H"wlMsUy rsultlng In fewer teachers: Sunday in Scoring with Mr. cleared of.any obstructions and Js.small. .And. the clearing )Jobs (like stumping, clearing pal
'. *rry. I slur sass, better education lower taxes, trod. Mrs. John Carico and nagging' .fear remains that the .. :
hli..lag raha : actMi.re M:*-t and children'trained to concentrate daughter Becky.: They also visited mines. heavy government ,spending i I mettos, ditching and d.lnlnllower areas. ).

.-.atae.1an-emitsw.h.. *t.*.?- and get real jobs for friends of the Carlcos which. 1 the administration

.... that e.Ir........wads. ..i.alahlag-...... .. which they are best fitted. while there. Mrfcs could .lead to priceattcreasee I .gu..ta. tool J m For land clearing-the man for your 1 .

arr.bLa' 'I-Tbiaa y+ s. a -- Research and new machinery Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis that would more than r': ....
b. a ... .... have entered almost Arcadia SailorAboardEssex ., land Is the one who operates '"
Caterpillar
..U.g.....tarJlU..D''Ct"t'"r ( )- every gave farewell supper on ffMt-.UTe-benAflts.4n.tB.. past Bright tasting but ,net I ..
:..::.. :: :a.w nssar.h avail.abt.I..af.'er. phone of family life except ed- Thursday night for their son nw ,"... It should be remem I sharpi Knfl Frtk .U the equipment' serviced by Roller. S .w :
.r.a.w.f..w ucation. I believe education is 1 Gene Davis, who left shortly ; bered.. the 'official price Index one that ..aerrladgIlk.i. I l'j--j
..u.. rr.II" At all.dot on the verge of a revolutionin 1 after for South Carolina. to t tas'continued to move upward. side too. t -
'-.- which computers will. playa serve-in.the' National ,Ouard. '":' "' even. Utewygn very slowly' _I sad growB-ui 't e
"Chsrlle 'Crumedy JTr, steward ., far end away the, e. :
"prominent' part. Sam Ash Jr. celebrated his Mrtuctt( simply means thai the iss.
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third'1SH.. sort of .
(Copyright). 22nd birthday last Wednesdaywith Mr. and Mrs. Charlie dollar's Xsl( ... 'has been still I ... -. -- .
-- raid Pelltlcal Adv. w r .' a supper given by his Sr, of 209 Palmetto Sleet Crumady Arcadia further aioded. There .. no reel -.10.. I. ,' :
- mother. Mrs. Sam Ash. assurance, that major infla .
Gene Dol".. was auppq'IUNt. anti-submarind, la serving aircraft, Aboard, ,tae Uoftary,,wevecpnnot' occur.' X
nr-. All ef .these matters, and Z'ERt I
rler usa lases presently undergoing '
Rev. and Mrs. George Alderman : overhaul IA.the MewYork many snore,;alit form the i
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and sons are with us Ufn H>l'OU\ CClft61af" wt-I
each Sunday worship and N.Y.Naval Shipyard. brook.. ". Mr .,.Jeamaoo Isr ermllitg. I I Imaart M A O N 1 N t A O O.: ,

Wednesday evening at I h eBrownvtll. lye of ...fr: Nlft .".....ibt lean 4,-liibave e.
Upon completion the overhaul
vices are.enjoyed Baptist Church by all _and 1'4 awbkH: nersneiep.orates .- iecUraf to t Stake well. haAd.his.' 1.down,Then, reed the I ()RL Or) F l ()RIDA TAMPA eC

out of Quonset .'......
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| everyone Is welcome to at- teat 4ects sir :
n.I, will again ,join the u.o.
tend. tie Fleet. CATERPILLARt ,
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Dont forget community r.... la. the hub of an antl C $ e.t..aisi.. .. e.e ... 9....e.ei.. te a.st,.ie.sa :
pot luck supper to be held at submarine Hunter-Killer < .jt t'a,4 fro* Benin. at ,.ar. T** $ n. lsaae.ss.e el eaiespiil.s rseeles e .' II
the Brownville school on Friday group. o.-'nc.r. aptIna u pi the s ter ;oJ 1
consisting of surface, aub.t.f _. ___ t
evenng March 20. UAd. ''afld "' 4"'In' will be u .
Serving will be from .:*> and air units- Oeelgo.d..tq' \ Easts: Su...,..pa are remind. :

pjn. to 7'SO p.m. Everyone. find and destroy enemy sub, -.- .4. ..r-1.",, ........ramrad m.%siU t

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JUST A REMINDER. all Ute earth.* tprtar.odar, .eeloreipgh. methate 'electrlcIIIU (
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I Have You Filed for your Homestead Exemption the. .*, .11I be'lbe ,wMlfae. "' 1 ) '! :, i
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r REMEMBER, MARCH 31st IS THE A. ttase .ria/r 4.' rasher.. .aege1atnAlM jl.1ng .. aa .y *.Lei KaxMjr VfJbt.a 70416 e

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Gulf Naval .Stores
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4 I Nocatee.. Florida. PORT OQOEN CHURCH aT. COM UNO'S I Also Handle Famous Goodyear
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OP GOD I r .- EPISCOPAL CHURCH Tires and atterles.Nocatee' .
SUNDAYSuuday.SchooI10:00 '<.." :. \. ... i.t THI. CHURCH FOX Alt.., SUNDAY
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i : a m. If '." .' 8:30 ajn Choral Eucharist:
: :. :r J. :>' 'Alt 'OR THI CHURCH
lt-OO .. 94S ajn School
Morning Service : m. -Sunday
i .. THURSDAYY. .( ::::); Th.Church .is the greatest 945; ajn.-Aduit Class
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Brontey's| Gulf Service P .L 7.30:: pan.r 7:30: p.nw- Eveninc PrayerWEDNESDAY
,tJ .; character and good
'.1., '_. -ci'iMhip. It fe storehouse Cities ServiceCities
Friendly Service ..s t N a _
PORT .
METHODIST 7 OO
OQDEN : a jn Holy Communion
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Lubrication Tires Batteries :
-. CHURCH 1 900: ajnv-Holy Communion
., ." 'si: strong ckurcb.Kn Kn.fth.r Meats Groceries Ice Bait ,
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; : 1 N. Brevard VTA ,-.1551J SUNDAY ,' I democracy see ,ciyltizathm 9:30 .. -Spiritual'Healing, FUUine Tackle
J ? Sunday School: 1OOO'.oIL an'.onrive. There kre four FRIDAY Nocatee. Fla WA.. 9.7151 i
Moraine Service111' :OO-...*. :'sound reasons whjr every 7:30: pan..LitanyCHURCH
WEDNESDAY: *';" 1, penon should attend services& oVjESUa' : '1.
Prayer Service'7AO: pjn. :J'.lul.dy'.Dd aepport'th' : CHRISTLATTER M
'church.They are:(1) tat' his DAY SAINTS. '..
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E. T. e Co. ,PORT. OQOEN BAPTIST own ..k.. (2) 'For his chi)- Sunday School 10:00: a. m. 1
.* PitUburchSun PI OV Paint Sal Price CHURCH : .' .-._It.. ((3))For' the sake Arcadia Womans Club
/ .$,..e per Gallon Rev. J. N. Ollkresth i ''eI..Ms. community and nation. Sacrament Meeting flrOO: pan. DeSoto National Bank t
Plttsburch. JLetex Wai) PalnfSale' Price Sunday School 10 .m. '((4))For'the sake of the church Cortex Road Brsdenton ..
: $3.98, per Oallon Itself, which needs hia moral of Arcadia
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Morning Worship111' ajn. THC CHURCH OP CHRIST.
24 Oak Street WA 8-5271;, and, material support. Plan DeSoto With I 'C.;
Training Union 8130: p.m.Eveninc 1 Cerner Hickory' and WhlddenSUNDAY Serving County
-to go'to church regularlyana
Banking Since nOT
7:30 Progressive
r. Worship : .p.m.
read your Bible daiky.i .
WEDNESDAY Bible School 10-00: ajn.
-. Prayer Service 7:30 pjn.SOUTH8IOE i Moraine Worship 1100'am.: lJ
Evening Worship 6.3O p.m. .
Roberts -'Grody'Funeral Home BAPTIST WEDNESDAY: I

I CHURCH Evening Bible Study 730: pjn.We .r..
24 Hour Ambulance Service '."Itt HlllsbereuflK. Avenue Invite YOU. to worship Electric I Serice Co.t? t
loa N. Brevard'AVe. \/A 8-410l'; Office.. PH.. .-,...tl'......88241.1 I 5 with us.FIRST. Lefebvre. .I'
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SUNDAY Sales'ft Service 1
Electric: Supplies -
ASSEMBLY OP GOD .
Sunday School ':41 ..m. '. '
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l Mornlnc Worship 11:00: ...... v + SUNDAY Motor As Pump Repair 8-8281 I:
r Sunday School 9'49: ajn.Mornlnc 23 W.. Magnolia WA
Tralninc Union :11 p.m.
f .'. Xvenlne Worship}7:JO pja. ti y Worship 11:00: ajn.
rBlll kell 3 4 'el SUNDAY '
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10 Y.are JJlperlmce: .Y.In'Livestock. I Mld-Week Worship 7:30 ; .m'r' r, 4 t4 r l' a -+u :. :qsA;+' .4 .4 .,: Evangelistic.WEDNESDAY Service!: 730: pjn. .wx' it:.

DeaJ..set. Ol'der'DQer HOC T.. CHURCH "OF'OO(:t 1 ,Prayer and Praise Service

jnoziooa.. .Arc.d fa 'Yff'! 5.2D8t. Sunday, SUNDAY School JO-OO: ...L'.. ,CALVARY. rio pjn.BAPTIST,, Electrical Boone l Contractor Electric *i ?%!

Morning Worship 11:OO a.m.Xvenlne /
'WTistdo 'see ",hie! 'tpf_ ed-rta yfA tnbol.O'iaHaton,! CHURCH LAMP MAINTENANCE. i '
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Worship 7Oo'p.laoI you Highway 70 Cast j Call After 4 P.M.w' I
TUESDAY: ,A monument to'the'ieatsrJ t' .Rev. Ord. Rtoe, Paster ARCADIA WA 9-44J1 rr.
Prayer Service 7:3O: p.m.TJltmSDA 'Look:VHh.:yxmV heart u4! A 1 i ) tomriihig4)laYooTl' '... t&a. SUNDAY I
Van Petten & Son Y .r..* no..u v ,.,School 9:43: .... .- par,, .
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Young p.opl. Service 7:JO pnaNOCAT8C 10 sculptor/; ,Morning Worship 11:00): ) aja.Trslnlnc \ ;
4(.f :Funeral Homo : :A ,man"'wJglxtllr Inspire _.' b *wanted with'his'ta!.nta to'worship Union 8JO pjn.Eveninc "

BAPTISTCHURCH 'yChrt.t'who; ; took atone..and ililael and hamnier....and all the strength.eWe Worship JO-pjn.: t1
:loa E. Oak Street WA
B-M81 SUNDAY 'of his bod>......-.* and"-all the :.falth"ofhkbeartlt8:: ss tdtdtJ"world: rtthhl WEDNESDAYPrayer'Servis) 7OO: Taylor's! Superette90S .;..,"
'' '' ArtAVorda that which be ncrerTUva > >:4in'wltii ,h UHp pea.ETHEL'MISSIONARY "
could norwritt
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.. ft- Sunday' School a-43 ajn. h. .> -'' W. Hickory WA el-el ,
Mornlnc Worship' ll-OO: ajn.Tralnlne < n with his' pen. ,. Where We I'e.turesPECIAL** Week; End! f;"
BAPTIST CHURCH
( ., '-.. : ,,Worship UnIOn 84S 743: pnv.Eveninc 'For""'twentjr;)..centuriea Jecttc* the arioar. *ha Inspired+ .oorleat..I' .. 1 East Cypreaa. 4kNertfi 'Prices* Six Days A Week *| r

: Laishley Farm Service, Inc. 61 ,_ ; pjn. .the annatd .mankind a mWIon ttirilllntf fcrtaktftroti&ta in human achieve-, Ref era A... : !
Your "PURINA" Dealer. FIRST .APTI/1''CHURCH meat,have been dedicated to ,H"'tleri1c .. u ----- SUNDAY .....

:24 ._" Drevtrd,Oarden" and Arcadia Farm Supplies WA 8-33Jl ".v. Shessard BrysnH. 'Bo"'never :;poia 'the;''humbleiit'creation of aacred arts not even |Jbe Moraine Sunday Worship School 943 1100: ajn.ajn.Kvenlnc I

.Pelk A' Hlewery. crayoned 1b1. ICtunl'of 'a child .-without'xem mboring"thatotl too Worship 7JO ., .. .
Taylor $L' 'Punta'Oorda NE 2-S171 SUNDAY ., .. .. : pjn. I
P Sunday School ':45 '.... ha" a aooL And UlenU-to-glve .your. Ck ar "' b WEDNESDAY B. W. "Bud" Skates Roofing Co.. f.f: I
.. Prayer Service 7.10: pjn.BROWNVILLC
,Moraine WonhJp11:00\ : mm.Tralning I tt I
Union: ..48Xvenlne ,.... BAPTISTCHURCH Complete Roofing Service
: WorsMp SroO"WEDNESDAY ...... 4 Route 2 Box SMA WA_ P-21B4:
r -"- Warehouse Nocate ,
Sunny South Pocking Company Mld.Wmk aerylce'T3Op.m.: : .1f rlrl UK rAIW LJ..tWe iw t............."'. Sunday SUNDAY School 10HW: ajn. &, I

--:.- "" Moraine Worship 11:00: ..m.
Sunday Mendsr ''Tuesday ''Wedaeadeyt Thureday Friday 8atanUyEiodue '
Arcadia Florida NOCATCK METHODIST; . MatU...*r .Mark AetmVXX>< CorlntkJaae ..J'2aIUp'p'oJ.' .....*. I -Training Union 830: pjn.TEvcnlnjt .'t'I
I t CHURCH 2OJI..... 21s: .-. 12:2M4 t7jVj>; >$, all" 8:111'NORTH >}&1..zr. "Wbnhtp 730 pja..
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10. _' 1.S ;" ,, .... .. .. Sunday School ItHM ..... .t'' co. :' .. ".' -. .,-- \" Prayer Jk Bible Study 7:JO_P.... First: Federal! 1 Savings & Loan! 1
Morning. "Worship llOe: ..... ... I Association of DeSoto CountyIn t
Youth'. Service 73O: p.m.,: AHCADIA' REVIVAL.TABERNACLC .
HfLLaeOPtOUOM CHURCH 0"THa NAZARININertfi '
MT.' KPHftAIM BAPTISTCHURCH i
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Fussell's Frozen Food Center .WEDNESDAY BAPTIST CHURCH Pelfc. and Olkeeei. : Arcadia At The alan of The Bl Ia I
t Prayer 9.N1.teq: pat.FIRST 1X4 'W- Oak Street '..
I Cuttlnc Wrapping w Pre* inc MeMeee ef the .S.eth..s flM) OveeMS), SUNDAY ; Undenominational Ooapel Clock filth The Chins L.R'Us" ...
Choice. reed Lot'Deef --.0.- :Baptist Ceive tl.itM'Nerth <) SUNDAY' SOmlay Scheol 5:4S ajn /
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For Your Locker or,Home Vreeser CHRISTIAN CHURCH '! HHle.ereel.. Ave.eXreadla. Sunday'Schml 10-Co.r.<: 'Momtna Worship 11OO; .,.. Worship IfOO: .... ,
i .Carlstrom Field/ .Read. WAUJ1. .act Ma..le Street In Villa RiseSUND'AX 1'......). lOarnrnc:: .'WorshJpHl.oe ajn.TraUUnc N':YO.P'".- 8:30: p.m.Ev.atitt'S >Prayer for tte Sick
..rath.r M'% .tae1 '--(Weekly Schedule Services) Untan 9.. pjn. ? O p.a. Xvanceiistle Service 7:.10 wpmTRINITY'iiETHdDIST J

.. .... SUNDAY ICftAInc Warehip'740 pjn. TUESDAY. !
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a'Bible arhools45'! : a,.. Sunday School tHS ajn.MnnUajf :'WBHElDAY! Cbtta.. Prayer Ms. sting Service
Moraine Worship 10:" a... Worship .11tQ: '..... Prayer Service Tao posu 'TdO .-... CHURCH Standard OU Products Atlas Tire*. >
._ .- ... .. .... Junior Church I0-41'..... Training Untoo 4t4O pjsv ; WEDIYISaATPn7t West Oak St. at Ora..."Ave. .. .na Batteries
,SmljrT's.j ;X-Cel "StoreFertilbers'l .. YMtrt Meedrtc) f:.\t..In.XYeGlnc .' KvesUAC Worship.7:Je pm. CHMI8TIAN BCICNCK .fMmtl T4O pjaw Rev. RaynveMel) -Hayea Washing Oreaslnc Tire Repair
.Services velnlrTheld: by .. Oak and Brevard WA 1-4(341(
,rVvdi '.:!.Itatchv8tlptIN '. WArship7: pUn.WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYPrayerACteUn. : : I SUNDAY
V Riddles'-i 1I.1t.... Brides. \ V and Bible informal croup et'Christian i ,CHURCH .011' GOD Senday School 943: ajn.Xtornlnc .
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WA ..4281 111 W. .Cftol1a *?*-vrTCMPLB Pn1er' -stet: ; TOO'...... ,Scientists at h.'dock oca,Sunday Mornlncs ".;,'.*"....."*,, J...... Worship ,1UOO aja.MYF : ; \
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.OAK...xr.Mli.t8IAPTl8T r.r lCIMDAY: CHURCH- \ site. ;UM. vats* toWertf AH'lnUreaUNi ,JPt1teM'WA. .8001> Evening Worship pm.sgraAI .._ .. .. T _- '- .
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BAPTIST
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Asa ..... lluda, School <:OOajat.ileemlasf Radio BrosKteaat.. 8JOXorfttnaT a.m.Bta1 .
rVfe Vcilllel :, vltert to atMadt ,. Arcadia Hardware
) Worship It-OO: ejeN .. +a> a_s 4s .... TOO pm
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Doug Henry'st sUtI4ATIiund.yleboM1a/** 'a.vct TH.aAVADVu.n.T"'CH''CH' am FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ;

t M SHELL SERVICE t > o .... -r '4l''iLD 72.T sue.f ,.......,.......".....'.-aPav.Ei. ..'' 'E-.ebfE'RbnhlA- "- "TUfBOAY-. t-OO! p.m.PrU.t Clip, RCN'Opp. Arcadia.' ,Florida ,

.' -''Nt4lIr3Yy..rex.6.e..nk, Metnln 8e..1e.'IleS.am. >Fr>yer"ssr+rk..7.30' p.... .. ...........,,'-. '''K..ctft& roe y.; ... SUNDAY.+t. CMy Hall'

42 S,'DtSoto Ave. WA 8.47MMe. EveS t E.ntt.. ?.JO. p.L..- IIA'VIIDA,"' 'FRIDAY Sunday School 943 ajn -
WEDNESDAY CHURCH C *THKL. BRETHREN aaEEatlr adbo.t50.aaa.aaAuday YJ. JL, raoMVAKKA. .... Merntac Worship I U..O ajEvenbtc "Ivi
Prayer Weetin* TA pm ...L 1Llt.ry at MRI. A... T3O .
a1e Worship pjn.Eveniner
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eT..AUCJATMOL.." :.0. IT SVrlDAYanday METHODIST CHURCH Hardware Co.
'Wood's Super Market J* CHURCH Btfcenl 10r. eWenhto ass rmy.e MmttaE'T'a0- _pa Re..' t.'W. CeJeeK, Pvete f' .............
.1..'nm.EYC Hardware Palate PI.irtolas1M
..... IWsIrMllg 'MIAKKAMETHootrr.CHURCH .
.-kW of Uve -FHOarhdependent QroreW. II. ash Sunday School. 1WO aan.Moraine "
I Open Dally .JO ..... Su ctwy'M.4,'rAdii I l'urn Worship 11_ eon MT. PLEASANT BAPTISTCHURCH 114 W .Oak SC ."1It
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::r::;iMan< J>atrdars.SJW scot to Weekday'Mas*i TT3 'a**. .$.IODItT PINE LEVtLc Rev. L.,W, h. ...*. Pasta BOOe Starty *ao puaiTnt RA"1: it31
Nooatee. ., Fla. ,w'l.i-4U>1. No Mass eo Tuesday a*** w CMU"CH. 'J ,ja !tltttaday Se.ol.t a ILl.. .4 'FBtPAY en Use. and Swtday ta the
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Third- In Two Area Track TestsDeSoto ., The Bulldog's Bark: ; r; 1 1I



Illch's Bulldog track Ing first Avon Park with 5JS Jump; Billy Wooten tied with ,., i
team won a second place In third. Okeechobee with 43 Frostproof for third place: In' .. .J.
competition' with five team fourth and Frostproof wits the pole vault; Steve- Lewis' .'"\
and $third place in competition 74 In fifth place r :{
with four teama during the In the track events Dickie placed second: In the 100-yd.
past two weeks. Johnson Raymond Christ and dash. Billy Nicholson' took Ar- .: :

In the opening meet for the Keith Marker entered the shot cadia's first in the mile witha DeSoto High Choral Groups To Compete"Iii .
track tram the Bulldogs scored : put. Steve Lewis took second time of 5 min. &'sec.
53 points to place second in the broad Jump Billy Nicholson In the 880 relay Arcadia-
with IX Mcade with 108 plan: placed fourth in the high
placed second with St ve>-Nichols. t

Johnson Dickie Kelly, and :

Steve In Lewis third in Mike'the 440 Cochrancame :: run. District: II Vocal Festival SaturdayFinal ; :


In the sprint medley Bulldogs ar i

Nichols Me Leon. Cochran. and plans ace completed& ter lour ch ru9rs. Girls* Chorus At It am the DIIS Mixed 37 dukes will sing "Marchingto voices, sing two ,sgchmpanledl" .
Nicholson brought' In a second for the Dlatrkt II Vocal Music I. srrhduled nt I 145: a.m. will Chorus of 64 voices will sing Pretorlus" which has a four numbers TT.Sorro* bt t tov.'|'
for DHS. Music Festival to 'be held in sing "Canticle of Praise" a "CruC'Uhus" Iron I Duch: B. hand accompaniment' by Anna arranged by. Vine and TJ\.t\ !
Steve Lewis first In the Bradenton. Saturday March 16th century chorale arrangedby Minor Mara\. aocompanle! by Ix>u Johnson and Lou Ella
1ar was 21.. 1904. Twenty-six chorusesare Jurty and the spiritual Lou Ella: Italic and "Never Tell Italia. followed by Arc U,lfs Frost Was White' by. BrrfhmJt
22O-yd. dash with Dickie Kelly scheduled for concert of Ellgah Rock arranged by Thy L*>V4U by Houston Itrlghtacsppella "Ave Maria" which: Is sung arranged by CJlbb. 'f .J
coming In second. In the which six are Junior high.DiSoto Ilairstoiu Anna Lou Johnsonis Following the united unarotnpanictt Between the' hours l "'of fv di

mile relay Arcadia took a lllch School Wilt enMusiC -. accompanist fur the group. ,ihorus the Men's Churns of Girl Chorus U, with 44 and four three: Dots trios} !,. adrt(' ;,

rout lh with Larry Taylor five soloist win 8SJpI ..T r
Mike Poosrr. Jim Drynunt and 1 composed of Nancy;; .1al l..,
Ray Stewart.In Susan taraba'and CMsier
their 'cc,>nd meet held innartow. will sing "Vren.il'dt'Swims ; '
the rtulldoes C'.meon folk song and "LamentX.!,
thud. with 28'a points. Winter a /' t.-r, :ati't e t 1 1f arranged by Vene. JTito
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Park was frt with 120. Fort r t II vomptiaed of> }!'4' f'
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Oar tow fourth with :26. Kathy Converse; Will lid i iti
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Dull Ings!: placing! In the sect 1,1h tie in. >pcrttt .IM
orxt meet' wire Steve t Nichols : wi to till'a" and Deaf Thou lit *...
4ih in high jump Sieve Lewis s d r Manager w.," by Ha.lUtrvin.5Tila '
second in the lOU-yd dash. Ray Ill, Anna Low JolUttulU*
Stewart third and Kddie New- Deborah Scott, and gym; ,aIM d J+
berry fourth in the ISO Iowa 4 llagan. will sing" "Lullaby"t b-fr.
WINNING JUMP-Steve Lewis captured second Mike Cuchran fourth and Paul X Cam and The : t U- :
place in the broad jump with this winning effort. Bcvers fifth In the UT.O run. 1 Le N cdrml" by llahn. SSoloists
scheduled sppeir+'e
Steve Lewis fourth in the 220- \ to
The Bulldogs thinclads took a second place and yd dash. late, Suiurtiay afternoon. snQ
third place finishes in two track meets during the Arcadia took third In the 880 Nancy Yarns Helen Brrto4| i>
past two weeks. (Burk Photo by Calvin Clouse.) relay, third In the mile relay, Diane Boggess, Kathy Cort-
and third /In the sprint medley.! \...r..n... Edward Maa.. eiLJ
Chorus performance will hat
heard In the Manatc HUti$;
EDITORIAL School l auillterlum while 'slghUreuiilug. '

Band MembersArc total I ensembltts. snaj
t 1 solos will be heard In WslkCr]
Bandwagon Device Junior High muslo rvutnaMias j
Observers Leon Mortlsod.

Among all the methods of propaganda one of tho choral director, beUives' f

moet alarming methods is the "bandwagon" detico. At Festival the DHS the best groups potential psrfielDahave .eC

The;co formlty that matches this step for step is one previous Howtvln bl
On Saturday March 14. District INTER DISTRICT II VOCAL STIVAL: ) which nix scheduled for the groups. { '
0(.. the basic problem in our country today. are Junior high ant adds that out .( the .1S7' \
If,we all jumped on this bandwagon original Ideas .0 Florida Band Master Sotov'Hiffh School Mixed ,Choru will compete in concert. (ItoSoto Hitch also will have three otherclmrtiM's dent. appearing only,;8*'
would cease to flow from each individual Association: held I Its annual, the District II Vocal Music! .FcMtial and Contest In in tho ci mM4
band 'contest In Bradentort at
mind-and progress in America Southeast High School. De- Hradenton. Saturday March 21. The croup will sing l'huru.II and Men's Choru 01 which sight' "*l\>ns>. .

would come to a swift halt. The day Solo High band members .,- for ,the judges at 11 a.m. Twcnty-ix choruses of te iuired for '.Un... co.. '":.

America conforms to one definite mode tended the festival .. 'obeerVers. . ,St ....
,. of thinking and living will be the beginning -
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of the decline of our democracy.The Donald Dewey DeSoto I.' DcSoto 4-H'crs
modern young person seems to County Band director, made '
i have developed a fear of being differ- evaluation sheets to be filled your' Host CitrusExposition :JI.
., ent. We all seem to want to look the in by band members as they t : \
observed different Booth '
act the and be the same. bands. ensembles r
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same same ,. and.100 events.. "II.t.
Fads and different rages come and go Contest events started at : On Tuesday March' 10. three .I :i

and all of us indulge in them.Yet If one. 1:30 a>n. and .gntlauing. unttfft. :: Cowlty Ur5oio High 4ller acted. M. ,,,C"'J'I .
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" ., Aajigtnl"+ >o/uaj wants to-wear someth ins that-the PJO. In the evening O.W hunts. In ....'4-H. booth '.. the -J.I. as'SUIAO'UNO' .
,..4 rest of us aren't-we sometime con- was a marching event at the .' FKls. Citrus' Kupmnikm. Wi 'rt lIt.tttt. : :.
*uler that person an oddball. We dont need to put on high school stadium Sc/'oo Winter Haven. Thuae aUftWI.n. "'
actto to that aren't will be. Fourteen bands; ranging were Danny Johnson Hill
an try we ever
prove or ,
the art cl-b1u', "....... J. DeLsney ,4no494 jl jlcky
\V. all need to atop and think about this. Decide from Class CC M Class A. participated '\. IVocuck: and Mike ruoner The At present sit
whether you are a conformist or a non-conformist. Try ,amid were Judged en : I y .Hs*.) FUnJotsSaheeJ duly u< these boy while .. displaying their artistic drew McAltlstor Slwsys' 'tto''ojMi
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beidtl a little of both-life might become more inter- three phases; concert eight- the exposition was to represent Ings on the bulletin board': If for -drink of walel' Vfj
elf\1nR' reading, and marching, with p..tp 1ap.rlountsat. the Florida ..11 clubs. and. you havn't seen these draw. entering sc'ence ,..... ";S

->-; .Individuality should be encouraged. And those who emphasis All DIIS. on band.concert.members attending Her* In DeSoto County, we bled us to keep up with additional Igor I to answer might any have questions, concerning.. vie* i".. slop and I look at them. They" WANTKDi a picture'ef

Alight help to solve this problem should understand the the. contest found the do not have. the) problem of en. classrooms to .handle. 4.M club work. wr .ltr I us. are commended very good..! fur The their art club fine. betl WoinacH, This $4 |
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difficultlY' have' a genuine Interest in life and earnestly day to be roost Interesting: and rollment that some of our our normal Increase In enrollment Several OilS 4-Hers plan to wurkTh. put In specially" ler, ...

( Individuality..-I.ew Ilassler. beneficial. Florida counties have each W. eon> usually anticipate attend 4.11 District IX Event .. wonderful summer Yokely and Gall .Peterson I|

year.. Some of the, coastal resort an increase of loo students Days this I coming weekend days we have .been having would bo more than ftfs.1
counties of Florida have In our schools from one year Much. 20. and 31. n.prc..t-| have been greatly. enjoyed by' for anyone who cat moll
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to the net.If > County on the students. weekend. request. .
Junior Class Honor Society FHA Hootenany such student Increases that they we can continue to count irlct Council WIU bo Mill June many Lake Colds la envadeU Kvtry; by DHS/ Vic k.Is Sheller and l Put,| MT t
are having to build at least. one on the support from the count and Barry Joldrlng.. AUm Der- students. lunging Us soak up vets. had a lists? last wekneH
Salesmen Studies Plans Set complete new school each.. year commissioners. we need. anal l... will pMfticlpefe In the Irae- that gfwd ale. sun Last week .a dkt! Joel. CorUy,: & add .Dls. ...
Tomorrow
Top plus making necessary additions plan lo construct an additional liar operators vuiiUst and IUr ear iJIcfcl Jahn..... flub Whitb Montgomery, v i.Uraelo ._,
For AV ProjectOn .la schools. eight ((81 claaaruums In the ry Uoldrlng" In the Public -c". and Joe Wsblrtm stayed Neal sod Cindy. ftk li
Are Recognized In School Gym esUting county this summer. tu be readyfor .l>e.kmg rnnlest. a>| the lake. Ala the cheer have ..k... interest In. Otlw 1. |
Thursday M.nb.2. School Construction .
Funds
Danny Johnson Mike Daw
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nest school year, barter. enjoyed a swimming, Agnew and Joo Wsldtoe.,, (
The junior classsponsoredmagsine there was called meeting of Hootenany The FHA Is having are provided by the state at, the We hope U* construct sis C*) ey. and ''''.h.,,. Juene are preparing party at Llnd Uevia' collage.McMwlay U.,. Whitney has an Iva.".
the National Honor Society to I a hootenanny tomorrow rate, of ,$2OO fo reach. Inrreos. additional c.....,.... at DeSuto la paruclpoU. In several always finds "Miater. method of being .-br nned" .l
drive which endedeevrlil
discuss the possibility of ventilating night Friday March 20. at the In ADA over the previous' year. High. School and two (2)) eU. ... .be demcmstraUultS. that will .4'student.. screaming ".....', a girL Ho puts his gtftf'. ..
weeks ago netted the the Audlo-VUual Projection Q'm.on... big shindig. will startat This. money Is made availableto & lemma at lmith-Brawn 8cho>*| gtsen.gvgrt UAM mat".n'1 .II great Ui Initials on his. back, With :
junior class several hundred floom 8:OO ahsrp. the Individual counties for this spring and summer, Title"- live in rtoelda! heslvo laps. II. then lira.
dollars to be used for entertaining This won't be Just any old.. school constrwrtlun only' In will enable ua to transfer all COUNTCO *IMfFlorMa Phyllis. C.......... Kiev. (Lew the. sun f.ebeNt two' how* i
the senior claea at supper Miss Johnson, the sponsor, dance eithed. It s suing' to bea order to receive this money Tth grs o .students: the high has an estimaUml 30.. a.. Otrrle/ Denmeod and MikeCochean After. ho Is throughly burn..
presented to the Group several real. ..&&ne'',,' hootenanny. a county must match. the school a,... making. all ef our Coo fresh water .lake, but the Hunt lad. Sunday. al ho removes the tape and pOS.
on April 23 and the traditional ) ideas abut the project.There with folk dancing (Virginia mount for constructtoai. asreromsnonoed elementary xhoute. grades !1-.. nineuU' Motor Club (AAA) the ,lakes ...... to. Mo ../.. Inltisls are 1
Junor-Senlor Prom on was quite a bit of dlscusalon "Reel square dancing) and folk by the state. This. will eventually teed to a wuewlere If 'M,'" ever beet CHie Club memWes. attendtMetrfct printed/ on .his back. And '
April 24... '' abmit what type of singing Cfultars and things. 7b..nt." survey loam recommonds Junior High set up In the count counted. Minneautos slogan this weekend. so ev- says chivalry. has. gone to .,
...Top ,salesmen. tawth maga- .eondlUoner- or fan 'would Everybody invited Bring a how this money is to I,. wish stadeo 7-.. The flMh "Laral o| 10.000'w..ned .r,.,.. cfw* yM fingers. and dngs7 '
be purchasedDefure dale. your family, and..... be spent on the heals of ....... School _'U'I-" be. rrades |IS. earl to have been an sppro wtah them lurk. Jade Oder, Tommy i Qwee1,,,
-. the adjournment of family.Anyone. with, priority given lo classroom (12 This !I. conaloVted the moatprorUrol ImotKMt ail' these yore. The The water fountain .h*. be* Sieve Kork. and ,Kauo ..u...
the meeUng. a motion to get who can pith a construction.Far and fund.....I sytern .. ate''''. Oral ewenfd.lake l r.eesum rem. m t gwl.r. meeting place( man hove boon seen taEEF' a/
teamen were Paul Erhrkaon.. ventilation for the rum was. guitar la cordially asked. I.chew the, peat several years for small county operation urns dW(. MKl a lake. Intel .fIM7I ion there .' hih gre4le girls andah.i ar.wnU school. sod .( I th, .
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., Mike Capett Nancy, Tr *d.well. passel Further Investigation your latent by playingat we eve. been very forfun t of IChouU..t ) ., beyften.fa. Katie lUte amt Youth.] Center ..a.... ;
: Daweey. SandraCepeUnd. .is needed before determiningwhat this. llootenanny. ... Mrs.Converse and ,'eppeeeUUve; M that th* Thai's at. for'' this. wee .J:
Ray Coer. Joel type of venULaUon will be .t air" seat weslt .
about It before rH- commlaaioners.' hove you +.rn(
cxnmfy .
Carley. RaT ..
Stewart Freddy used.The. .
B4irtacher CammllU J_ day night If yon feel inclined given. .... ees ugh money to ,. .f''. j ;;i'
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Honor Society Is donat .. spilt few ...fnufta.f I'
a ear mate live state fund for eonstrurffeA. -
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ner. 1Jrf1t. n.. LeDaneSorreUs. 'ing S7$ to the project and In. >mt fcweel ....,. HOOT In the peat two year .'
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ftherry Perdue.; Deader and. vile eXArr club wtahtng to rNANNY. Friday M&ht. ISO. this sifts) of moearr. has omownUThis Who withe, *. Ie Civet'lAiian
donate .-nshing, t.' do ass at the gywi.Uw ad W 133,100Jm. bee en .......... ef l,*wN4i. j

him equip these. Iwe) |.hM..s
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Joes) Owe from Coal
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she Caininaiory of M M t I I. S.A...NaOA/N.
Sirtaae. UacvtrMty. and Dot L
ru-l'-hftl' by tJ.. !nsrwvpap-r staff erf .,e'erIU.Soo beet Sands from tKe tSosverty r TMUM80AV ATUffflAV- ..
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County Hfjrti. JVk..... Arcadia, Florida t rsoo-jogt te.. win oe = 4.rT Go Round thIn Wdttd

d ary. Woe.. port presides* .* a Dose.mss. < ,
Yea.. Mute Aar.et ti.ae peat .
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gas 11ees 1 ...... Loo Cite .U... ._ ": ImNrqS Ce.ssms.rv M It... .. .UMOAX TUt 0AV ,
... ....... N Joel Ce..., ... watasr. ....... Tlcrtd.PHn. George, Raft Story
........ Mono .... A.._ "_. 4a.mt.r saselm w4l .. )lid Four delegates. and .... oJternotohats dueled April 2. :3 and .4 .fa TamosuTK. .ay 0..... .
Loon. .selected. from DeJfeHo( High UIIH council ..... ; J
w Poser -aMef. sM.sw7tatt. ., ) ..,* are left. to 3an.e. Maa _
Jayne Dozier Secretory DHS Publications .. was c..c. a.yrnd to BwrCklpsito Im the annual c*nventosss .. right. J-_ W......... IXanBo.r so. -...-' w .

Miss Sidney Andenon Faculty Adviser ..........et ...... m flags's oT Flos-id AosMrUtfcwo. of fitudoatConacOs. truer ILk.Ur. Helen. Bretton and F I'............. ......

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. .: .News From Owens Pine Level News timer Mystery Picture

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MRS. T. E. MIZELLE lute the ere Cl, and d".votlortrl Kersey; went to DeLand S&t- 1 lady who is itys week's

Mit, hd"Mr wu.ooaDd,' MRi: .RAY STROBLEdie Church and the solo renderedby Pine Level Home Demonstration by; Mrs.; Ethel IloflhOworth. urday for the night.with tits'. myateryt! picture very

lftr&laytrl>>fx A( ; ttended re- Garner, Janice Brewer, the pastor's son. Club met .t.n. a pQi4ned the bu16eii sessioA;wait; VlyU'+ervice* Monday night at* Mrs LokI! Johnson, Irma John Mr Harmon Johnson and son session Wednesday even PWt tL!!itl\.,. klrs. Da eyintroduced Mrs. Richard Kersey and aon. an interview because -
th'Jjjfiptlst Church at Nocatee On. Mrs. Mildred Morton, Buddy were oyer from Miami ing.;March II. Mr*. Edna Keen Lynn HoWn worth. From there, tie rePOrted for she is very shy
Fenn Neal.Congratulation. for weekend of
Clara work theirgrove
a on a* chairman. After a flag aa- and she an Interesting
with( it Bill S lf. of Braden- gave and doesn't like
< > to Mr. and and with their pasture. duty this week at Paris Island per-
talk about the 4-H club In
ton bdn.me message and Mrs. Jackie Stroble of Arcadia. And visited Mrs. J. G. Johnson. which the has done outstanding S.c. He had recently sonal publicity. She
:ori North
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Tuesday night
on the birth of their eight Mrs. E. B. Converse and were served. work. Lynn then demonstrated returned from a 13 month's was born in Kentuckyand ;ti
Hillsboro Church In Arcadia,
of pound baby boy who arrived at daughter; Cathy attended the Rev. and Mrs. Bud Clllett } the art ofji ale. setting tour of duty: in the south Pacific I came here with
with Rev. Cumble.
I ....Hope In Wauchula pastor the Arcadia Hospital Friday revival service at Nocatee Friday were hire"' Saturday 7 night ]R Mr. Dawsey gage an th ?; with the Marines.Mr. i her very prominent '
,>bringing the Church taed'as: a.fitey lrnCleyed night* The young man is. a night. Also Mr. Vernon attend the :Training Union tractive demonstration oil, and Mrs. Ray Baxley of ; family in 1915 They '
? ; grfat-grandson of Mra. Clara Stroble and mother, Mra. Clara party' and were guests of Mr. dress.;and other materials, how I moved into the home
both serviced! very jnucb.j ). Stroble and grandson o; Gara- Stroble attended the .fame and. Mrs Bay; Strobe\ over. .t p dUilnguUh between first Sarasota, visited his brother I where she still lives in
j Neighbors' w.re''Very sorry tdf land Stroble.Mt. night. They all report hearinga night and Sunday. In the late grade and poorer cloths. She a/id wife. Mr. and Mrs. George 1918 and she is well. i
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f L .the Ulnecs of Mr. 3; E. I
bar of Ephralm Church was inspiring delivered .
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A bHtton.- who was a patient In well represented at the revival by Rev Bill Self of for a visit :with Jberfriends. always exaifilne. the whole and Mrs. George Martin
"the,. Arcadia HOIpLtal..over the service, in South Side Baptist Bradenton. Rev and Mrs. Part.,n. yardage nf wishes to buy"for citizen. '
rr,eksmd..Also Mr*.,T.. L. Zelg- Church in Arcadia Friday night Mr. Bus Johnson attended They also visited Mr, J. E. Al- flaw of any k 4 h d. Colored' drove to Zolfo Springs Mon j She attended schools>R :' r
"1.r 1 'oi Arcadia, who Is Xfrrnother .c when Rev. and Mra. Bud Gillett. the revival meeting being held britton and Mrs. T. L. Zelgler slides and pUces of material day for a visit with her mother and colleges in TenneSsee -, I

'; of Mrs. Bill Coulter Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brewer In South Side Baptist in Arcadia In the hospital Sunday morning were shown. Mrs. Dawsey Mrs. Leila Hall and family. South CarolinaB
''VfA.; ,urKfry. Saturday' after- and sons Bob and Walt Mr. Saturday night. before Sunday school time, showed .a. home jcnedlcal: tate ; I I and l New York bin* H
,.JWe" wish them- both a and Mr,. Eddie Garner andcrtldren The Training Union party Mr and Mrs. Jim Shelter and kit whtch. she, hopes to have Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams sKt? had never discontinued her education.: Quite III
\tri\l.o recovery Michelle and Dan held at the Recreation Centerof baby of Wauchula were the class a ,eoncernlnjc.Refreshneota, ., of Arcauia.: and some northern rebcntly she took a course in Spanish and she says!
news was recelv.d.here'eb.lmt Mr, .and Mrs. M. J. Parrish. the church: on Saturday guests of their mother Mrs. ot sandwiches winter visitors, culled 1 on Mrt. I that there lire so many things she wants to. learn II l
: ot the .week, of_ the Gary and Sarah Anne Mr. and night was quite well attendedby Katherine Gray Sunday and and cotfeewerer: served J>y hojites -' Arrena Wuthrich Friday after- she afraid she will never have time: :11

tllne s .of Mrey..Pauline: Bishop. Mrs. Bill Coulter. Arthur and about 23: ,members, both Mr*. Shelfer and baby daughter *.s. Mr*. Edna. Keen and noon. Her father was d, brilliant and'' hat ioflally ,
'who .Is A patient in a hospital Jana. Mr. and. Mrs. Joe Norton adult and youth. Games of Tammy attended the mornIng Mrs. Christine .CunAlngham.Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones known figure in hts chosen profession and she .
iTrallahassee.' Mr. sod Mrs. Ray Stroble. Mrs.
Mr. IonCouJler
Also: '
i of Venus who Is onthp'k Annie PearCe. Mrs. Rose Gar- checkers, dominoes, and Chinese worship service. We wereglad Dorothy fUirrlaon WM and children of Myakka City was his pet. She id one of six children, three ofwhom "
checkers, badminton ping
\ to have Sharron and visited her Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gar added a* a new member. purets. are Still living.'r
> list and expected' td ner. Also
enjoyed. some
'enter' R a y:Pines In a few.days. ner. Mrs. Wilder and daughter engaged pong were In putting a large jigsaw Tammy with us. Mrs. Billy Neal and Mrs. Ed Mrs. Jesse Kersey. Sunday af If y6u.can guess the Identity of the mystery ,

Wtf kl) jebdj, 1ft wishing them a Llpda-Cgg va.aURndeaLia.hearR.v.iAmM puzzle together. About 8 -.Air....rWinder ,AaFll-.xawag..vL.37,.. >r>m $*...*l..>AK'MAvjK. *<<*ecU ternoon. lady, 'after reading the clues carefully, write her j ,'"
eedy recovery.'iMjiny .-Durranco preach. pjm.,,.,supper consisting of bar- .peon' Sundayafk Q. 4*.Jt..n.wp *i;oOfJenJshfeV4JjmtA.r9lfit. Mrs. Christine Cunningham name and yours on a postal and mai to The Ar- r
( happy' ,returns of theilay AU enjoyed, bU, message very becued hamburgers potato with Mr. and Mrs. EVet"-- MICR xorq 9" and Mrs. Edna Keen cudian. u
\.the following: who eeletfcrttfd much", and also the special muss chips, .rolls pickles, cookies Johnson and family and enjoyed I..cpt.r.Eht O e r ,*{ P ,hadspeplri drove to Tampa Monday, for u Final Clue '.
barbecue ,,with. ; Ji.t visit to :Miss, Elvia Wuthrich.
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birthdays this month: *by.$lbe church choir. Also Iced tea and cool adea a supper. vike ? .J
punch and
Jc who Is a patient In a hospital "Talented in music and singing teaching
them.
J QI!.Conyerse,.Jana. Coulter, Kd- on* ,from Pane Island Bridge Z : aPQM .. fe I
,* .. ..' !here. They were lunch son She always worked early and late;
df guests Of Mra. W. E. ThornDon. Hut she's better known to all her friends 'a:
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... J- -er 0: Mrs. Cunningham
lunched with them. After )
lunch.: Mrs. Keen and Mrs.\ 4'/ .;
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'" tMSiL : lla.Keen's in Tampa sister Mrs.before Leary returning WII-- a


j' sllv 1 ,aWai Mr.home.and Mrs. John HaganJr. By ::MRS. MARRY MURPHYThe phy and children visited''

.. of Punta Gorda. and Mr. Ona Baptist Church is friends In Arcadia Friday >i
making plans for an EasterSunrise Miss Mary Ellen Fryer oft
and Mrs. Harry R. Kibler of
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r service* und plans fora Orlando and her parents Mr.and .
I It .. X ...... Minerva Ohio, trailer tourist the Mrs. S. A. Browning vl.-.".
program by young people
?*V ""** "u. in Florida for three months
W ... .. in the S. S. hour. Iced! Mr and Mrs. Bob Albritton -*
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II'' I. 'a' 'ij" Bassey Fur a bee of New Zion Sunday.
afternoon.
FBI Ilf. Y ; ; : '. Bill Hollingworth arrivedfor brought Mrs. Donald the message Mercer and Sunday chil- vie Mabry oil busIness Murphy Friday.was In Da.>

visit with his
.. a parents dren and Mrs. Mabry Mur- Guest of Mr. and Mr*. Ma-
: Mr. and Mrs.: B. W. Hollings- *
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,1 Murphy
"li seliil > r.I .t Ia' (P' ''' ( ,,. ,"' \ ,'.;; _. ,'. worth; .Jr. and brother David Mr. W R Robbins of Miami/

'Jl ) :, ,. t )0 after a 19 month tour of military his grandmother :Mrs." Zula Tuesday and Louis Tyson of.

: t ipv'cia), effe> Good Until i March 31; 1 : hat received service In a discharge Germany but He Williams.A Parrlah Wednesday., returnedhome '
Mrs.
Harry Smith
good .rain first for
3 has not. disclosed his plans for very Sunday after visiting}
tfus; future. several weeks, fell here Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Granece
a Mrs. Robert Harrison and night. If 1did nothing and family of Ft. Lauderdale
: Mrs. Clyde ,HoUingsworth will else. It settled the dust which for several days.
News of DeSoto CountyAND 1 : carry their mother Mrs. E. G. bas been a great nuisance to Mr. and Mr. Jack Murphrland

M1 Sellers. Arcadia to Vero Beach housewiyea and (trav lers. family and Royce Albrit-
Fields and grove lose Iota of ton attended the atu
Wednesdays} a visit with cor. races
ti .'U.R ., .' SURROUNDING AREAS .....-. .. her son, J. B. Seller topsoil in dry weather when Bradenton Sunday. -)w
who fell recently and broke the wind blows like It has Mabry and Ed Murphy and. ?
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both feet, which are In casts.Mr. done for a long time. Roy Crews are working at1
;. "" V \ Mra Frank Hampton of Ona.
i !:&. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY IN and Mrs. RuscII King La Belle this week.
,.<.\ Jr. and Russell 3rd. of El Paso. Mrs. Jimmie Johnson: and Mr. and Mrs. John Wood I.,'," ", .
; Eloise from here, and Mr
and children of Plant City vis-
: Texan, arrived Tuesday for
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...t:. ;' .. ''d, few days of their vacation with Marvin Johnson of Sandy; I ted l Mr. and Mrs James Woods .
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;: .. spent' Monday In Sarasota. I and family Sunday. HOMr

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: l I..not: Noel tee'Vtolted'),11". and
'. .....*. a .... I y Mrs.' C. F. Harrelson Sunday*'
; ". > Donald Mercer visited Mr.
,. First Christian Church
J J din and Saturday.Mrs. James Hall Of Area"

Mr. and Mrs. Herman frlm***

East ,Maple St. in Villa Rica Park and family of Clearwater. rls"ilrj >
l Mr. and Mrs."-FlemingHlncn :.
i ARCADIA, FLORIDA lost week. 51)
r1 Mr and "Mrs Donald MenU

:t 4. Covering News Event of Interest from Phone: WA 9-6691 err and children motored te>'
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the skyway bridge and back

i NocaNe, Ft. Ogden, Ft. Winder, Ona, Myokka City Owens, Lord's Day, March 22 home- --again-- last Sunday.It'<.,

r Bunker Pine Level Brownville and Arcadia. 1
..' ,, Starting 2 P.M. AVOID WEARINESS
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Look Weekly trip is an Invitation to tttsas"ter.
.. .AfternoonChurch according to the Peninsular1!
f :. Motor Club- fAAA). It rtoted.'
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; Government Winter Guests Recreation Weotner that highway patrolmen In'ArlUzona.
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:M o: ..... Clubs Church Society School Sports Military ." RallyOf Inspection at the bordet,;..
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',\ .r .:'r< : t Hospital Notes Births -'New Business New Construction .. "*,' : : :,, 000 driver and found that'*
about 20 had been'driving
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Talent and Christian per
Editorials O' Joyful Singing
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I &; \ ARCADIAN :Arcadia Florida. March\ 19 Jl9 M
'._ .a. 1 .... THE Thursday, ., < : 3-B
nament. Attendance was.,about'' i several rewards given on Friday
Something New About Social Check"What I
$5 or'79.' roll call by Miss De-'' night. Security
I Atyakka .. *"' Starting on Saturday nifht
City News lortt Waters. ,at 1:00'p.m.. was the gospel Is this form I got with tirement check every" month. late after April 13) hell loio
Starting on Thursday night sing, test Opening the sing 'my last Social Security check*"* As it turned out Mr. J. got an additional month's check as 4
at 7:COO p.m. opening with three with several numbers pUycd 'George T. Banks, district man some extra work during the f
''. I:1JiABKTU songs. Bringing In The Sheave by Linda Mink. Roy Mlxen and acer for Social Security said Christmas season and earned a penalty. /
HILL were out Saturday night to per Cowley all from Old Mjr- Love Mercy and Grace and. Kathy many people are asking this For more information about "
: :.I. Mixers on the mutle $13-IQ 1 for the year If he makeshis
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IT. ong from Arcadia visit her mother Mrs. Ruth Mc- akka. There were 45 young He Keeps Me Sincln' Mr. cord and accord Iain's. Three question. annual. report. on time his your Social Security, write call: .
wal. A VUltor. { In Mr*. Cly- Leod. They also attended the people. Jessie Stanley led the singing. song's by the South E* ..Urn This report form came to earnings will cost him only or visit the Social Security Of- ,
Ua. WhlUV# f)6", .. Starting on Wednesday at two Guess Games rnany people this month with
on Monday.' They played College Trio called the O>r- $170 of his. years social security fte \ The Sarasota office Is at f
ttnU+ Mildred- Albritton vis- We don't want to forget the 7:00 p.m. opening with Linda from the Bible. They had ,.a lett's The Country Buys' 'from their monthly social security payments. If hU report is 1401 Second Street.
tted.*.*tty Maj-r Boyd Tuesday. Myakka City 5th Sunday Sing Mink and Roy Mixen playing volley ball tournament and the Arcadia sung four numbers, checks. If a person who drew t
Mr*.; tCi>tla Whe spent March 29th. Mansion Over The Hilltop with double ping pong tournament. Happy Gospel Singers brought social security earned over '--- --- ---- --------- t
Silage} !' nWht" jt BMentonWith Mrs. M. H. Hill and two children the acordian. Mrs. Chambley made two tour songs _Rev. Byrd from S120O In 1963. he must fill out
.Mr.: *nd ]Mrs.. Gene- White Mary Frances and Eddie Opening prayer by Brother tkes for the retrvshment Arcadia played' three songs on the form and send it In to the 24
ahd .i rq. aon. *. Jordon visited M r s. Louise Albert Mink. Closing prayer was by Rev. the hand saw The Gospel Trio social security payment center. Open Hours ;
;' ; Albritton hastltutndtbr Shamble, on Saturday after- The young people sang three Colbert. from Genet sang three songs. This form must be In the mall
\* from Mississippi. noon. songs Thia I* My Father' Starting Friday night at ":'00 The Pathfinders from Lakeland no later than April IS, 1964. .
.- SAe'Drouth'; I her daughter Rev and Mrs. Alex llendryleft World. Love, Mercy and Grace p.m. was the banquet and recreation. sang several songs. Then It you forget to make this TIRE SALE Free ;
inl4W.wlthhr.: Monday to see Mrs. Hen.dry's and He Keep Me Singing, led Rev. Colbert blessed there were drinks, coffee and annual report and earned over Mounting
Mtr'C1: Hall was a1... parent's In north Flor- by Mr. Betty Hollingsworth. the table. They served fried donuts sold that was to help $1200. you could I lose some of
itor bttne> Y tins home Wed- ida. Mr. and Mrs. Dewbose.Mr. Roll Call by Debris Waters, chickn. potatoe salad baked pay the singers on their expense your monthly payments Hanks CONTINUES and i
nfesd Jat(4&n\OCD: ( .-' and Mrs. Elmo Williams attendance was, ?O young peo- beans cole slaw cake and for coming and puttingsecond gave, this example: Mr. J. got Balancing
: "Mr.JLnd;: ; :hers: p ne White from Lakeland spent the day ple.LInda punch. Then they opened with half there were threeon all hiD social security: checks .
frdJh'.irl.htoj. \ visited his with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hill Mink and Roy Mlxen two'song's. The Lily ot the ValWy. the program. Then In the last year. When he started to '
tNsifciVVClystla White. of Bowline Green Sunday. Mrs. played two more aongs. I'll and L-Ve Mercy and songs sang by the young preacher draw his monthly payments, he Buy Ono at Regular Pricc-Get Second Ono
fs. ,.DoUi4 '.Mat. RUSS hurt Ruth Hill of Bowling Green Inherit A Mansion and A Grace, led by Rev. Colbert. '1'UI1Lakeland college. said he wouldn't make over for $7.77 Plus Taxes P
ber aCla'sl: Tuesday But went to Lakeland Wednesday.Mrs. House Of Cold. Linda and They had a debate on goingto Miss Chico. Stone from Arcadia $1200. So the social security Use Your Credit Card Free
:'ahllr.tU'\JiU.'Wes a lot bet- Gussie Wilson of Avon Roy are from Arcadia. the moon. There was lour sang two specials, several play- payment center sent him a re-
't w' .r. Park reportedly fell and broke The movie for Wednesday in the debate. Miss Delorl e ed specials. on the piano. Everyone Pick-up and Delivery ;

.- ts'nYI' ,r and Mrs. her arm. night was Teen's To Teen, Waters called the roll. 70 per-' seemed to.enjoy the sing HERMAN'S PURE OIL
)'b inc*.' are helping Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hill visIted which everyone enjoyed. sons attended. Rev. Colberthad .There were about 200 who attended Rev. Luther Colbert la du-
B.UU : ei In the store his brother Mr. Horrace The closing prayer by Rev. 'the c\OII.nC; prayer,'.Afterwards ? .* the singE We all hope Ing a good part to the MyaHk l ; 44 S. Brevard ''WA 9-3351 4
tdOt 41t'l mother and fa- Hill and wit. Sunday after Colbert. They hOld refreshmentsand they started'the torse1' they wU| have another. sing in City Church* and alt. of his If Across from Tennis Courts
UtJr>rftr Mrs.'Cleat Lend.y noun. then had a ping pong tour- Shoe tournament. There were the near future. members are.. working. along ,

/-WjKentinky: ; : wJUi Mr.: Mr. and Mrs. Elam GUI and I I __.__ ._ .1 L _:__ ___ with him. ___ __ n----_
L4'1lttjt'a-' Dthe,: their niece Jankey Gill attended | .: --- -
.;. the nard_ Sing i
;tl!d T n tner auto ac- County I
state Sunday atarnoon.Morass I .
ci9eIt"oa4 road 70 on Sun- : I 4A.t.' :,.+,. .Hill Is reported im .
ut.> lskle Caisels and her proved. .f' ", .. .. t,
:lwel,7sllIfil'htssntt; : It k key.. of Mr. Mike Webb had supper ... i ..... .. ._ .. -.r,, ,', !
AI tsdlt'W.rd'.istt.d''' With Airs. regular meeting on Thursday.Mrs. '.. .... .. .1 .
"b George Albritton U reported : ,
Ctitlt Nfl And Mrs. ..
.Cl., j rK.1bW; uesday night Improving. .. .."II .\...... '" '." I. AMERICASmost ]\/ { : : i
-t n:. .)t. The 4.11 Club had their "- '' ...
"1 t '" :fiae, nai rd. Mrs. regular meeting on ThursdayMrs. f .. . :
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./ .\ Sod and Mrs. METHODIST YOUTH WEEK :}* >, '
M ? L jlltlflrent tq Bradenton Starting
Monday night at } :
nrefinery
I Too; p.m. opening with a song .. : ;..
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j a:irJMj. }'I'" sister. )Mrs. Lu- He Keeps Me Singing. Opening -

vtt :,:.atrtt!*>s is reported imeu prayer by Rev. Colbert. :, ..... '.'. ., ,
L'\':.. They had a talent show which \ : 'I' ; Iff" '" .. '
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tiTaIJetr.wu acj 1 Uted to everyone enjoyed.My .
.A'it $1. ,I:Q nera\! Hospital Faith Looks Up To Thee ; : r
.T lI y r JI'f" Solo played by Fran- ; :
:-.J t -. poker" and his sister ces Hill on the a<
t J"" v'' ot..lJ ,j.olt" and puabar.d,. Riding On A Mule A piano M n + ,jy S r a r ,
.ol the.Morris solo played by Jonnie Long. .: ..,' '." t :.\ .. : .. t .: ..
J :laeta7Tyrsdjtr.; '. This Little Light Of Mine > : : : :: Iot.. ,.... 5
"J ''41.W.Mrs. Robert, CasseUsonsTim ,aok' sang by Kannetha Farmer. : : 1 hII:. a : '1 >,"J!, .. .at .. "
-ia .a:- .and Rickey His Love Is :
All I Need ,
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'I .;.Ja\$4. trlto t risheating ,solo sang by Susan Stanley. .. .f .,:. . .. '. .. . .., "' t III.
,, Wls( "weekend., Sweet Hour of Prayer solosang .. .'t. ..,. .. .*;..t4..... .jthe' ... 7 ;
;. M&ar tUlXtfrer I '-who* lives. by Chuck Willson.I 'OJ', .., f.{ *,. -.+ r: a'/ rl. ".i hf.f"4'( t ,. .. f. __ s
io: iH.TUotlvspent the 'day Made, i.1 .".", ....... ... e .
I It Right A piano t ,.. \. It, : v v J i'4. .1,1< .. 'Wlthglant atridcs the South marches forward.1.
aV)4af9 *flr Mary Bal- ,solO : :
& ? played by Alllce Fae Hendry '. "" 1 ) ,I [ j \
r-ijC(.pradenton ,with herftaHy&kV.City : .. ..... . ,,; J.s.. t::., k..'I" .. "" ..4 : .. .

,': : :Methodist Bogie With Gill.Mansion Out. Him solo sang by : :. ,..... ; .. t. : ...::eo t .. ,. ;. .... t". '! More.'Induitrics!
: "jn d st':started t an M.Y.I. Over The Hilltop ',.1 tr :.. / "'; a.: '" >r;.. .' | income! And-far more:automobiles requiring I
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rt:. a trio by Boot's lollingworth.. ... '.1' -. .... t -
!>KMd Gut, deepest sym- 'Sh.ne.11z.ne.; Linda Gale '_' .. : r : 'hundreds
of millions of
of
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petroleum :
",fit,,_ !tf* .and. Mrs. Cleat Russ. .. : : ., ;. -. : ; ; J
1t ," \tt daughter Miss !:dier. Lily of The Valley Jesus : .'r rl'. ,- ---'If-.,.i,.. ., .% 4.. I .t t products each year.
". in the loss :of Mr. Wants Me Fur a Sunbeam 'Ii. J
'eel rt: {'(fl\Othet. two sola's played by Walter ,:-: '. .,
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I : 'J IM. Standley Is ..- and Father.Dannie Son Carlton.and Spirit a : ;I' r To. match this growth, we have recently completed ;
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:':, t.nd1e7 who has piano solo played by Jankey : ..,/ .:' ..." i44'r : construction of America's most modern oil refinery: 1" I
's :'hi week with viris GUI. . J
:.1'two:da7" of schooL The Great Speckled Bird .... .= .I' k'j, '..at P.ucacou1a. r
;; tide "Albrltton's sls'plt a solo and .
sang played by Tim- "
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been down from mi* Taylor on guitar. :t .J1 ... ..
Ith :.Visiting' -plans to go Also they played the game t -,. .. ,
i'D A, icy( Name The Tune which was ;_ Covering 2600. acres, tills.:refinery Is fed with crudo I
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; fj. Albritton reportst"'mbtherInlaw very .nterftU.... They had a,
oil from the Gulf Coast
'Mrs.i closing prayer then served J fields through the longest
i gllrltta who lives In crackers and punch. There underwater ,
were 6O In attendance. < pipeline In the world. With a capacity:

.7//Ciaft: !Stanley! Is a new4Itlool Starting on Tuesday night at 1 -
teacher for theft 7:00 p.m. opening with three i In excess of 100,000 barrels a day. it Is one of the r I

;.le t. the Methodist songs, led by Mr Jessie Stand- 'world's largest refineries.
4P ley. Bringing In the Sheaves
w' t. flaunt.. Russ and- MlasrTatum Love Mercy and Grace, He
were married Keeps Me
Singing. Roll Call
by Miss Delortse Waters. I r This new refinery embraces all of the latest \ l''
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*f** nDaria Tharp Speaker was Mr. Jim TIU- '
f(fro 3k r if.nton spent the man from Old Myakka who U tw., technology of oil refining particularly In the '
nrwit|" Mrs. Thorp' Chief Csncelor of Juvenile. He t
p 'g 'Ht'snd.. Mrs. Clayton gave a good talk which e hand i production: of more powerful automotive gasolines.
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.iu everyone enjoyed. They,-
.vMable Klnslow.; Mrs. were dismissed by Rev. Colbert These,completely new Standard 011 nnsollnca '
.1'ft .r1.' Miss Carlos leading In a Then
;! dd Joe Klnstow at- there ware refreshments prayer. .serv 't 'c ire on their way to you now. Try them at your ;;

tk+t -jtli.. church: of Christ In I ed. There were also vsltors t ;: '
Standard' Oil dealer's soon.>< 1UI1
nday. who attended the program. Mr. 1 ,
4 11' IT.J White and and Mrs. Roy Cowley; -, Mr. and
'%' : :ilj from Bradenton :Mrs. Bfl! Whitten and Mr. Jas-

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4-B.?-" THE..- .ARCADIAN, Arca3Ia, Florida- Thursday, Match 19, 1964' ., -



;; ; 1:: .. REVIEWING(; BRADENTON'S PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS FIRMS

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*' rditorfol Review By William E. Sloan

,A'II.. I' N''I; !In This BusJne Review i Are Paid Advertising J .


t .'" ': CREWS & SON GO' MOTORS Service for Volkswagen. Mers

FLINT'S APPLIANCE SHOP I Complete Repairing
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I I, Thirty Years... of Auto Painting. Body Work Fender Repairing. Auto Glass Installations cedes Wheel-Ilentz Balancing, B. W.Brake C.. and Service Porsche and Foreign Factory Car Tralmed Parts., I

and Rebuilding Wrecked Cars.
.Westinghouse Television Sets. Westinghouse Electric Dish Washers. Maytagaahers Mechanics.\ :

Dryers Ironers, Refrigerators and Itanges. ,Authorized Factory" Sales and I Located 30O 9th Street, In Palmetto Florida. Telephone 722-1(92. located S10 West 17th. Avone In Bradenton. Flerld. Tel:
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i ervice I phone 74S.S21S..
This well known firm has a crate prices and if you have a price and workmanship will be have in charge able si4'
The and assistants' managed concern but It Is also To maintain it, means the reputation for U badly wrecked they. satifactory We wish to call They operate a complete repair they and
management expert work, inrepairing car that I service for auto owners and efficient: workmen being
organization and continuous encouragement<< of, the attention of the readers of
commercial
aremen of long and practical a and rebuilding wrecked make it look Uke new No mat- the tact they render this up- backed by vast facilities which:
la all in the community, the assured -
experience in this busi renders a service that necessary this business review to the excellent rebuild replace*
to the onward progress of expansion of this sectionof cars In this and surrounding ter what your needs may be.seeCrews and reasonable prices of I to-date and reliable service enable them to automoblle..Act.
head They are thoroughly con
: establishment the or repair any
versant with every detaU and the community. the country and the onward territory. In these, day. of and Son in Palmetto this firm and congratulate: the i makes their of Good Service In matter what the trouble may be
are "considered authorities in It may be of Interest to know progress of Industrial, commercial heavy travel It is Impossible to firm upon the position they: hold' repair this section.shop I In 'a moat satisfactory manner'.
all that pertain to the opera- that the Idea of thla enterprise and social development. avoid accident Perbapa Just a I Fla.While their reputation Is for in this community.We One of: the center of activity i It can be readily seen Oo
originated In the resourceful W* cannot fall to compliment bent rebuilding on car, they cannot fail to compliment
tion of a modern establishment. fender and then again a body that la visited by autoista of this Motor la a very Important firm
foremostmen minds of energetic businessmen. The Flint's Appliance that do auto painting Crews and Son on the manner I
They rate among the car seems at first almost also of the country: .la this very and add materially to the advantage
of the city and have aidedIn With m restless ambition, Shop on the manner In which ruined. The Insurance'adjuster.* in In which It conducts It* popular part shop which by reason of every owner,of,an
the development of this section. a broad vision of the country, they conduct their business These people are equipped to this. territory send most of their business and to say it has beena of its accommodating policy automobile. The fact that visitor
they turned their trained and and say that it has been a deciding care for these needs. A bent work to Crew and Son because decided factor In the automotive has wide popularity. and local patron can get
This establishment la not onlya creative minds to selling of factor in the business fender la straightened at modGULF- they know that both the life of the community.I When Go Motor started in real service at this up-to-date:
life of the community It serves
well equipped and expertly good products. -- -- business they. determined to Institution Instill in the mtnda

REFRIGERATION INC. furnish service to every auto of the autolst confidence: : In the
owner and there is no question fact that all of hi" troubles
LEE. A. THARPE CONTRACTOR ROY PARKER JR. Manager but what they: have succeeded.: I I can be' taken care of ,in. a.
Westinghouse Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Contractors. Equipment In their repair department "most workmanlike manner"PETE'S .

Excavating Contractors Complete Subdivision Developers. Drainage Ditching Radio Dispatched Trucks Home and Commercial Installations.
Grading' Fill Dirt, Water, Shell Road Ilullding. Parking Lots, Driveways PURE OIL SERVICEPure
Sewers
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Located 100 Wast 75th Street In Bradenton Florida. Telephone 74..4697. Oil Petroleum Products. Tires. Batteries Accessories
Docks and Seawalls.
I Every. business office or which may be repaid in increasing I has before it the record Complete Major and Minor Auto Repairing. I
i Located 2910 Cortes Road In Bradenton, Florida. Telephone 744.3971. home should investigate thecoat business by offering I.i, of the Institution's rapid growth Front End Wheel Alignment, Brake and Complete 24

When In need of this service I that it may well be said to be opening of this firm to the and benefit to be derived the public a service so modern and treasures the confidence )Hour Wrecker Service.
;1 and up-to-date. '' the people have come. to placein Located 639 nth. Avenue In Palmetto Florida Telephone
will public and has ,never varied, :
call on this firm and, you the sign manual of the Institu \ from modern air .
do business or1 departed In any way during conditioning.The There Is no concern more I'r' its every statement. ,.,,.1s.. or 742-8725.
j be more than glad to maintained air -- ---
It has an
l with them. This popular' tion. the time It has had business people' of, Arcadia era extended worthy of extended mention We wish to take this. means In making a review of the will be wise to pay a visit to
institution founded years ago of calm' friendly dignity, dealings with the, people.' a cordial welcome to than this one. It 1* under the of commending Gulf Refrigeration. business firm of this. territory Pete's Pure Oil Service in Palmetto -
has with hardly a pause which can be associated: only W* call atttention to all the advantages visit the office of Gulf Refrig direction of men thoroughly Inc.. and their local employees Fla.They .
grown mention the
1 Ia natural to
It
:1 in its rapid development. That with institutions of standing of having a metropolitan oration Inc..and get the/acts on conversant with every featureof upon the manner In' do work In such a map.
I: much discussed: word Service and sure position. service at their very this fast growing business. By the air conditioning business, which the business is operated automobile industry. Nothinghas ner that the customer always
finds a true expression in the W* wish to take this opportunity door, which has maintained Inviolate .o doing you -will in no way therefore It la not strange thatIt feeling assured that In productand done more to improve the comes back when in need of future
friendly atmosphere that envelopes to congratulate the management ; service to the public. obligate :yourself.The ha become on of the most practice they; will never enjoyment of life than the service of this nature. No
every customer of this of this firm upon the I W* are more than glad to new and modern air Important commercial: ....ta. fall short of the high standard automobile.. repair Job la too tough for themto
I popular icrvlco because service policy of fair dealing which give them extended mention In conditioning equipment. can',be Every; customer of this company winch is Indicated in this ar- Pete's Pure Oil Service maintains handle and when they finish

fl G I is Interpreted in so many ways was inaugurated with the I this business review. installed on the, easiest terms know that the manage ticle. a modern shop for complete I a job the owner of the automo-
,.j' repair service. Every bile Is satisfied with the work
I BAILEY'S FURNITUREThe BELLAIRE SALES, INC. member of their organization .is done. and the price: charged. *
COMPANY and anxious to be In making this review we are
MANUFACTURING ever ready
KEE Areas Osly Manufacturer of Rentz Furniture HARRY BELL ManagerFlexalum
of this pleased' to compliment Pete'sPure
t I of service to the people
11 !Manufacturers of Lawn Mowing Machines. Author. Custom Made Couches and Furniture. Refinlahinjr./ Re Aluminum Awnings, Custom Designed. section. Oil Service upon their

Iud Hales and Service for Briggs and Stratton.- .. Clinton pairing and Redesigning Service. ', I r '. ;- Wide Selection of Styles and Colors. Ventilated Baked There: I* no better place in modern service and upon the

and Lawson Gasoline Engines.. Located on Highway 101 In Oneco Florida. Telephone 11'. EnameL Fold Down Type. Five-Year Ilonded Guaran- this section: to have your car fact that they are .saving the
Located In amooet- Florida. Telephone. 74/.1255. 481*. tee. No Down I'aymenta and Free Estimates. repaired than at this reliable motorist time ana troubles a*

1 No institution In Manate. future the business will 'con- This la. one of the Institutionsof education In the achool: of ex.perienc Located 1101 Cortes Read In Bradenton, Florida. Telephone garage. well as money: by their very'

,l County has met with greater tinue to expand in this section Oneco' which' .Is doing Its and supplemented' this 748.2141. We feet sure that anyone in comprehensive motor repairing

public favor than this one. By of the state.Each and with keen Insight into the mar- This firm 1* one of the moat tit Is not strange that it has need of expert repair service service.
this well part in furthering progress
t department of kets and with this de.irabl.lound.tlon reliable firm in this section of I(become one of Br.denton'
of the fact that the I
reason known service is in charge of expansion in Manatee County .
th.equIpped the most important commercial' assets -
management has had wide experience thoroughly conversant the country rendering a service CHAPMAN DRYWALL: CONTRACTOR
people
and Is deserving of more than firm to render a service unexcelled
j : in every feature of with the business conditions, passing comment In this revlevfof : ._ that is aiding In the growthand This well known establishment JERRY CHAPMAN OwnerServing
the business and because of while,, the management la In :the progress. and expansion Th able management, of this I. development of this section started its business career the Gulf Coast. Area Since: 1957. Drywaal I
I their knowledge' of the state, charge pf people' who have-had aiding In the era of prosperitywe concern has constantly adhered of the country. upon solid foundation knowing Repairing ,Remodeling' Residential and Commercial' .

this establishment ha. continued wide experience In this butl- 'are experiencing and bringing to a "square deal to all" policy The peopl. of Arcadia and that success:: In this advancing Contracting Service. 1:
to witness an Increase In neas.W. this tarn advertising to this of kivlhg' 'theTmdxImuin' quality adjoining territory are extended field could be gained by Located -04 North: West 7'th Street In Bradenten_ Florida.Ttlephono .
the number of patrons "fhclraervlces **wish to compliment section' through th*'general excellence and quantity Of products with a cordial welcome to visitor fair, honest business methodsat ,.. *.&003 or, 74S-M21. 1- I
will be found In""demand thin and management upon th* of Its .serviceTh *. safe and sound .J buslnessrincl:>> &- call Delia ir* Sales' Inc all times, individual serviceto There are no more public because their services& are most
by: all who Insist -on the admirable manner in which institution the general purpose of this pt.. and get the fact of thisfastgrowing every patron has establishedfor spirited citizens in the community complete and they realize th*I
valued
bst.Th businessof this editorial" la to give both the local Through their: straight forward bulsness. By so them a trade that has extended popular demands for the sarv,.
management is1 composed I* operated; upon Itsprogressive I and outside world an adequate dealings with the public doing you will in no way obligate In every direction.We than the manager and ice they reader. And 10"'A
of well known public and public spirited I; \, idea of our progress and the management has made yourself. wish to call the attentionof we direct :your' attention to this dealings with the public a spirit\
spirited business people' and we policies. W* wish to refer Kee the general excellence of our friends for the 'firm and they There is no concern more the readers of this business business Institution of the community ''of fair treatment and accommodation -
deem it fully proper and most Manufacturing Company to all I various. erviees. We deem It have taken an active Interest In worthy of extended mention review to the excellent service a* one which baa add is so evident that It has
I fitting/ that w* give M. com of our readers and as one industrial of the I quit appropriate to devote this' their feUowirtan. realising. that than this on*. It is under the and reasonable prices of this ed to this part of the stst*. 'that'once a customer always. ','a
mendabl' mention In this review commercial' apse to this well known firm. .concern which Is not progressive direction of men thoroughly firm and congratulate them This well-known service Isdeserving customer. '

1 and predict that I in the service. : t of-the.- state. Th*, people who originated this wisp wither and die because 'conversant with every' featureof upon the, position they hold of more than passing Chapman Drywall Contractor
: I enterprise obtained a liberal of its environment. f. the business and therefore In the business world. notice In this business reviewof Is located conveniently: for the
RIVERSIDE PRODUCTS i -- the onward progress of the people In the surroundlag territory
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Manufacturers and DI..trlbuto1t. 1tof Non-Standard CONSOLIDATED SOUTHERN ELECTRIC DURABLE CONCRETE PRODUCTS'RICHARD I community as they are perhaps and on a visit you will
Screw l\Iachlnt.ProduclA. Serving Sarasota Owner the best equipped in thla section 'find everything; no leas than
I SUPPLY COMPANY SELLARS I this service made to order and to please
of the state :
DeSoto and Charlotte Counties. New and Reprocessed Commercial and Residential' Lighting' PIdur"FJ Machine" Made Concrete Pipe, Any Size alnci Any being standard and so recognized you will be the dominating pur--

Valves for Trucks, Tractors, Marine Stationary Motors <
Old Models. Antiques, Valves gad Special: Racing Switch Gear and Underground Distribution 'Materials.Lo Approt ed. Sewers Culverts.' Drainage Ileadwalls. miles In this section of the .la recognized for miles aroundas ,

Valves r .alod 1014 West tth Street In radontait. *.FloridaTele'. Stepping. (Hones. Custom Castings Piling. Slabs and country. repairing remodeling and_.
Looted 444 West aoth Street ,In Brsdonten, Florlaa. Telephone phono 4'.01". to your specifications. . .c .. .... .J.N. . Their services ar* popu1 rAIRPORT I drywall' headquarters.

7I'.1M7. Tkl. firm has Just reaolvsdan.. artiste. I* th*. Marsh. I.."* Located 1W1' East Ssth. Avenue In Brsdonton, Florida Telephone .
section of the country nually Into this section.:
This This Well known establishment .f the Klestrleal Wnsleoailn Ma.aaln. get It and road. ,It. 748.7MS.Bradenton GROVES,
.a a whole' has an added busyness th.hpatrons. boUt of modern fseulue., this n. establishment -
started Its business career No review of business, commercial cress In the number,of now can CLIFF SANDERS Manager I
advantage by: having I in Upon a solid foundation knowing lighting and electrical a I leeding concrete service I* striving .earnestly' to Gift Bose .. Frulta for Home Use Candles, 'Je&fc.

Ita midst such: a well known that success: in this advancing construction: interest of thissection Tr.elr. service wW be foundIn ,, which Is helping in DO small give realization to a new and and Novelties at Moderate Prices.

concern: whoa commercial policies business could be fully of the .tat. would be demand by all 'who Insist on part in the commercial and industrial better aervlc: Located on Highway. SOIaraoeta South Across from Bredeatea.Flerlda .

and quality have gainedfor gained ''by* selling good products .. complete without prominent the beat.' They deal on a large progress of the community Quality Is one of the guiding & Airport In Brsdenten.They 1 Telephon 7SS-S847.: a:
th.1I.n .....-1ftft'eaalncbu.lne. upon a fair margin of scale and their activity 1* con- e and surrounding terri- influence of this. firm. The Invite :you to visit thorn lies. and novelties from them. _
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.. that can be noticed profits. Fair, honest business mention of this well known ducted t* the progress and expansion : peopl have learned this and For your every need in theM I Through their aUalghtfoa.
by the tarp dally shipments I methods at all time..and individual firm that adds In no IttU of the community In no tory. rely upon them foe superior ward dealings with the public. ,
leaving their 'progressive' establishment. .aerVIc 1 to every patron measure to the progresa and small degrees The personnel' of the Dur- quality. in everything' they pro. lines. the management baa made
have established for them atrod. prosperity' of thla section.It It .is Important In the return abe Concrete Product consist vide. All of the above mentioned many' friends for the firm a.*l

Th prosperity of the city Is that has extended in .is a well, known fact that normalcy thtt.w.. haw conscientious of employees of high standardIt There. are no more public lines are carried on at this they have. always. taken an active -
greatly Increased by the extent every direction. there. t* 'no Institution In the : firms like thla fore la under abU direction and spirited citizens in the community establishment In a skillful and interest in their community
of their trade which extends for They have always' been consistent -I community that has met with moet' servioewhhb. eld .the people enjoys an ver-increaslng. patronage than the management of artistic manner by Mr. Sanders realizing that a concern
mil* around in this chosen boosters for all greater' favor with &the public: In this& section of the'stale. throughout this. section.Service this reliable& firm. who la well known that .la not progressive will&
field of endeavor and brings adding to the growth" and thlnll.1 than this stabllahmont.. By There are no more public I* much overwork This establUhment ,is not' throughout this part *f the wither and die.
nw people to the perlty of the community reason of Ute fact that the management spirited clUlen- 1st'I this) community ed and misused. selling exproa- only a well equipped and expertly state for their courteous and W* are pleased. to complg.meat :
Through the .. conVn"nI\7'j times, knowing that a has had wide experience than the management of sin, but it .is fundamentally managed concern, but efficient service' to alL them upon the satisfactory
channels- this I did not possess solid businessmethods : In every feature of this this concern ami w* direct your true that the seller. must survive. U is also a commercial and Industrial Mr Sander .is 'very' appr- service: rendered and suggest
many' dollars are & withers and dl... .I business. and because of their attention to thla 1 Institution aa By cooperation with theircustomers organization sad renders alive of out of town business to all our readers" to see
- comprehensive knowledge' of 1 one which has added t. the development by forethought, In a service that .is necessary and people from th*.aoighborng them for their'every need I to
: every branch of the trade and and progress of the planning to meet their needs in to the onward progress of community' of Arcadia have I gift boxes, fruita,. candle Jellies
II 1'r has continued to witness an I. states the employment of the most the community. runtimes purchased their and novelties at moderate

i i .... gin boxes fruits candles., )el- pde.

BRADENTON WINDOW COMPANY
MANATEE .
Death toll of cancer over a and Lilt! in lost according ti 0NATIONAL Weekly Bushiest. Review;
CLIFF STEINMAX. Sake ManagerRWC
statistics from the Florida BANK OF BRADEN TON
in DeSoto
period
It-months Stat Hoard of 1 lea Ita. Complete Trait Service Serving More People More Awning and Window AeroMX Aamlnusn.Awnings.
County outnumbers th* death Mrs LowdiMt Tnsadwctl Is Way* Than AnOther Bank In Manatee County. Banking Alumlne, G...... Folding. Sliding. GarageDoorm I

toll] from auto accidents four president of the DeS 4o County by Mail Checking Account. Savings Accounts Jaloonicsi..Shower. Metal. Plastic and PreHong.Price Riant PayroNsManufacturinc .ifta'. ,

and one-half to one, accordingto Cancer' Drive and Mrs. Myron Safety DeposUt Boxes. >nee Parking and Member Federal mud Estimate Upon Reqnet.
i(figure" compiled at tin Skipper U& drive chairman. De.In.unn I | *,.**.* 1117 West 39th A"..... In Bradente.. 1lerfda.Tayhe. .
Corporation.
Health' Unit. They Join in urging the people .. ...9si nine cafeterias. .4
Counts Located .<* Man tee Avenue at ttn Street fcl ..*..**..., 7 plant In principal
fiber were 18 deaths from of the county to MlPPOCth. Florida Telephone 744.S1S7. This la a modern' Twentieth taken a commendable Interest florid stepped up"payroB* S products' mad la 'the stat*.
drive and to have regular! physical
Inh. records of the that further
cancer Health Unit and over SO cancer check-..... Only through The Manatee. National Dank to carry Its share. of tb*.'toad litany Century business under the able public.to all proposition...... ._.ta aDd that per. cent" 1M1 t. ItCX. while Th vlu.anoed' by food prod

j patients were. treated during continued support of cttlsena of Draoenton la. CIfte of the leadIng snovesoe it. Its Influence. dirsttlkM of men" wb hv always they Stave been wil=ting and numbers of employee gained) act plants added.. M14.T7l.Hs1

ISO as compared' to only can the money' be supplied to banking Institutions of the I on .he home Uf. of the county had at heart the beatUuceota anxious to aid .la the expansion at half' that rat*, the Hart*** eoe aa IM3. a gain *f 11 prceat.

four' traffic deaths In the coun- conquer. this dreed dlseaaa ..ndon1) section' has been marked Indeed fee of the community lawhich and growth of the community Chamber. ., C.meueeei .
The policy of this bank la ofaervlc through .. wHllaTnsaf and State
I
through regular physicalchock
doc not Include the
ty. This at aU. uma.Therefor. :
valued .
their enterprtoe Chemical and
who ,knew the sal SB Us. Weakly Bu* allied peed.
patients, .4 private doctor in ups eau the 'Seven Danger to th* pubue and customer advice people It snerlta the popes pointed
coneervaUv without aatisfact ea of owatad. their ant located and one *>f the nt......] .nets plants added >|*,Tnjealigatty
th*'''..... Th' number under Signal *C Cancer be detected firm that keep the wtoeeJs"ofprosreea lastly and liberal support received. trees Review yetv .\ .
being hide-bound. The .Interest home. ar* BOW awbatasitsalxluVsen -
doctors has. been approximated la you. turning.. la the right W* fully rerosncneodBradento : ?verhr pee.loua.
at ...'' oC customer are always consulted of their various tnsainun' direction, tar not only Is II *Window Company asa day.Wag*. and salaries staid by rhetoric taakiag. papar skslW-
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and determine .
theeousrs4 lug
There were 13 visits to can. AUTO owNgna CMUCKLK they: advaatageaa fee saaaufartarmg pleas \to \be lard
follow his dosnoaatratad the era ., the Irartsng; tewem' place ataet product added ta7.4T*>
bo 'tn tntorte Tim
cer.patUnU by Health Depart- TAMPA After eo year, every afad rettabl emetic. and sate totaled 97sVOIJMO aad19SX. Ooa .E r h "sd9lMjM3j9Oe
.. engaged IM Its special field promt* up per cay *
the. said. Aa- except where those In.teeta souiMtneaa .f their. patscte on feeders. ..........'....Wf to '
meat nuroes report the American Automobile would ronrVct which the lint board. of direetra .aver ba this MCU a" bat are gd to refer our employees -.ea& Oeod.eu: i playb r.....
A tumor\ clinic I Is maintained sociatioa has. struck back at, .or provea Ita ....w.- have. gaJneit wide to ...... in ids keaiae.renew. Xatftmatty fMyraUsMP W. ) were. top 3 perPrtaUngj k.
t
the founded Ma nide.e.Through
la Sarasota. by the Health Unit the horse..... Whew th* menace weltu..1 of teptmaeeu. for general. *xei* and wish town many snare sue.ceoaful T per cent and a saployeeahi 3een and. pubUehlaifshtisnaa.nts. __,
which along with the. University aut first appeared.. It Mel the cossuBHuUty the. saaay partadg ____ and an. rM a sesame. sa our aWd. per ;, prtecipasaMaa'
Aa a factor ta, UM upbuud- naaaetal. screes. M .has been
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of norteU Medical Center, much apposition from the standard. aneomg. the trade 1M W* are ease than ptereeg r '-All hardds nave h1 ...... app. added.. s,
lag. of this section Uua bank tar Ma ens.we
serves patents. in this. & are. *. horse-owner who tried. .. ruta amaueisle %e ear lry..a.t' glee ttam eatee..ed nailss bhmu' --'J' to I"Iertda" fosterteeme a pet cent. ..- ctajr'ajadsaed
ha played a prominent and Ma daisy aftkdtabar. eat 'cI
.AI so a DeSoto County loom the. new tangled ears art UM, hoaoracls* part. It la know teen eonfiael.d ti a acme : w. wish. w Mate u. maa- nwWwtQ. ed this s.eehn .. esltrd. at gs.ORANfMfsear. at- playa .. 3 .ereastf,
Closet, stocked with medic road and Oet a ilorsef. wj I bank that CM be counted an asa ce. .. fvetIv.. mortal taanaeter. I..' ..... and .......... .bam. the .- ..... he n. meal.nato ...... .tesxaarrjaxer ..... a
aMppUca hospital beds dress- the favorite battle cry. ad paver fwd to make theca. 7< m sssdfsrtaslsa ..... pi/sirla
toga ,wheel chairs and ether But the IM Florida Legis l < ItIiL Thto vafaM-added. .l3g. added >.fiS jl/wBSR say
needs for cancer pu. .*ts &Is latur. at the urging. *4 thiPesuetaular are ............ the eeetruaa 9 per ceoc. lealtusua a'ast.fJa'.
tnaUitabvsd her.*. Application Motor. Qua AAA),: i.-I ., mraDte+.ng b T7aeidal- tar** plant wtt > ,tsa.sje '
must b* mod* by,iadUgent pa- struck a. blew. for. the hrs.. \ Wfitiilh ;" :,'" Rnpl ._wewy amd w.ara an-11 per' added ....* as i .O.TKcss
timta.I lee ce"....*, It patted. a taoaaur t 18"_ net gain to 11111 ..... INLH w tab.ere ....... pffsaas
a etstewid. S&ni'w7'be+' h .." which bars hmeisa and *Uwianimals ,r .e.at.d .tl7 v....easedtw1 added ,e4a.7T. ...er.-. ...
creas of cancer has riasn from I aft interstate highways .......b .Ad .... ... .: .. *>
t '7.71 Ia IMO to 1,233 in IXI,. aDd twrapika* ____i Vf

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THE, ARCADCSN, j cndfa.! Florida Thursday, March 19. 196'1B

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I News From NocateeDIANE Desoto County News Adj WA8f1 AlA

a General
MONTGOMEPY revival last week were Mr. Rev. and Mr. Fred Ganl "Of Years"T.ken I
Bygone' II
The Nocatee 4-H Club boys Mr*. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Cant's mother Mrs. I
and girls held a Joint raeetinf and Mrs. GUmore. Mr. and O. O. John, were visitor* ofMr Hospital l arO
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of
Mr
last Thursday Postelle Rouse. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson. and Mr*. Jack Grant and from the files 0. '
Dawsey and Mr. Hatcher Mr. and Mr. Pope and three The Arcadian. Th DeSoto County '
grandson, and Rev. and Mrs.
brought the members. a program sons. Mrs. Wing, and Mrs. Hur- Tom E. Capell and family. Rev. News and Th. Arcadia: Chaniplon. 1( P\f\ A4. AbMIS'IONWeek

on electricity.Out lock. Mrs. Beach. l'oIn. Bill Cant I is pastor of the Tee and of March' .th
of town guests attending Self and her two sons. Lee and Green Missions in Punta Gor- r 1l ""'L smari:
the Nocatee Baptist Church, Brian all from Bradenton.Mr. Jo nihtnWhit.*; ThelmbNsderaba'Bonnle

and Mr*. Wallace Phillip da.Mrs, Tom K. Mrs. rojtcr. Car ljutton-do\v.i
CapeR Sapp. Howard' Ca Id well. Job \
have returned ll'OftGulf- Arthur Freeman Mrs. Lyle 55 Years Ago Tucker SUIU Apgar. Ma .. .
Haley Gets port, Miss.
gcpr Woods, attended he ttttt Anniversary Murray, John 'Taylor.: Noah
Mrs. Wilbur Grant left by of the Literary Society N..e.I; < High RatingOn plane from St. PetersburgMonday at the "Woman's Hub in A home talent play was: day as the guest ot Miss Mildred Mary :Taylor.
to visit her parentsIn Arcadia "butt Wednesday.The scheduled to be given .at Hull, Morgan. Mar\ Old DeLoach., Salll

Ohio. Nocatee Baptist Churchwas school house on Saturday.March Mrs. A. B. Wllllford entertained BUI'. Kukn Pardee. Nettle
Vote Record Rev. and Mrs. M. D. Jackson host to the Vacation Bible 20. the proceeds to, go Wednesday in honor of Collins Arthur Looker J. If.
la visiting a number of School Clinic of the Peace River to Hull! Sunday school. The Miss! Mary Ellen Stafford, ofBarne Hollows- 'EditJZhr".n..
.
WASHINGTON (Special) families here in Nocatee. Rev. : Baptist Association: Wed director was Jerome Fugate. !>'ille.Austin John Cartwrlght DatpKine MrLendoh. -
ITS'!' Representative James A. Jackson: was pastor here at the nesday. It started from 930: President Tan and the Republican Carlton \ Lee SUMS. Sarah Zetrour. .
Haley of Florida's 7th Districtr&Nved Baptist Church 24 years ago. a.m. until 2:30 p.m. There weresix members of the Way ( Friday for the planned east coast.tocave .. Avy O'Neal.) Howar>) t A
a high rating of 100 Sunday Rev. Jackson filled the workers from the Sunday and Means commute frameda Knapp JlrnrrU Zelgler. Shirley -
percent for his voting record pulpit at the church. Rev. and School Dept. of the Fla. Baptist bill providing for an Inheritance ,)tlsa May-Bird Ov,rby of Strobu; Kdiar Albritton.
during the First Session of the Mrs M. D. Jackson are from Convention The team captain tax. Bartow has been the guest of ,Alm4. Murnhy. Dewey, \ *-
KRh Congress by Americans fur Geneva. Florida. WM Paul W. Glore of The Inauguration of Taft waa her ."ter. Mrs J. F. Richards .: sell, Emory CTo**, Nadia Kay
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Constitutional Action.ftepresentat1ve Mr Louis Fclton and Mr.David Jacksonville. held in the senate chamberdue fur the past week. Albritton* Itola'Hampton. liarrnoh -
Haley of Sar- to blizzard which Mrs, J. A Simmons entertained '
Jones motored to Sara- We're sorry to hear that Mrs. a severe : : Cbker' David Ooodson. t
asota. Florida, according to While In Tampa they stopped Dewey Moffett has the meas. raged over Washington.Miss Wednesday In honor of
ACA. has voted during 1963 touphold sota and Tampa Saturday, lea. Ruth Edward of Wau- Miss Lois Moye. visitor from HOSPITAL> DISCHARGES r
the Constitution of the to visit Mr*. Felton. chula spent Saturday and, Sun Tampa.
and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Bishop Week ot March Ith
Vttfted State has opposed Last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs.J. .
of and Lon, Howard, of Jkcksonvnie Odessa %lltl... Zeke Young-
Appeasement Communistsabroad .
.
W. Wellman
and Mr. Louis
and the trend toward Felton motored to Tampa to with her parents spent last Mr. and weekend Mrs.J. 30 Years AgoCleve blood) ,Virginia Atkins and
socialism at home through centralization visit Mrs. Felton. baby Mary IfoUUigsworth.
.
D. McCormick.Rgjt.
of power in a mam- Charles CQI't bo\&. Julia Ferg-
moth bureaucracy in Washington Mrs. Joe :Jenkins and son : Douglas Ingram! Is In I.,.. lute JRyala. Carrie. Dr...*.
D.C. Rusty visited her parent, Mr. Nerth Carolina visiting his I !Morgan of Arcadia, a sistance to County Tax Collector Morten Carlton. Bonnl ,roatr. -
The latest ACA-INDEX. and Mrs. Hugh Patrick during grandmother who I is ill. student In the KirksvIlle Col- C. F. !Hull In the collection Violet Toell. Daniel Hoillngsworth. light-woight I ";
\vfcich. presents the results of the weekend. Mr. J, C. Kendrick filled the l lcge of Osteopathy and Surgery of personal property' ta_- Isla Moncrlef, Betty .; f
| ACA's analysis of the voting Mrs. Jim D. McCormick Mrs.Tom pulpit for him at the Sunday in Kirksville. Missouri ea for 1932. from property Walter combed cotton .
performance of,the entire Unit. E. Capell. and Mary Eli- evening service and Rev lIen- is one of several. students selected owners who had thus far failed Paul English.. (2org* Marsh. a1by
cd States Congress was released zabeth Capell motored to Sar- derson of Arcadia filed it Sunday ) to do special research to make payment. Howard Caldwell Florence
| today by Admiral Ben Mor- asota last Monday\ morning.CIENCE3 work in the Clinical Pathological Gambling of all kinds In the Gunler. Laura ,Thompson and
eell. chairman of the Board of laboratory. city of Arcadia will be decidedly & baby..; LucUl, Selgler. Peggy
Trustee. L. O. Stephens and Lewis taboo under an ordinance Far"". WlUlam Coleman. John
ACA has gained national attention E. Purvis' two members of the which: was passed by the City IngerMll Tbelma Hendersun, TIJLflI7ft1
by its non-partisan role S younger group of attorney Council at the regular meetIng John Tucker Mae Ola De-
of'total dedication to the support here have formed a partner- fur March.. : Loach, Mary Taylor..
and preservation of constitutional OPICs ship and have opened office Circuit court convened her ,M.,le... Water. Dalphln Coot smart bart'' stem approach to warm weatrnr-our
| ) government. Among 1 the" twelve members of its the DeSoto National. of Sebrlng. Both civil phltM WJilt Eugene' I'ardee. Truv l combed whit cotton skip dent shirts, Neat short

Board of Trustees are the lIon- Bonk. and criminal docket were. Nelll CoUins. Attbur Looker. point button down collar with vanishing neckband In
| orable Herbert Hoover our 31st The Arcadia bwkilballteam sounded.It StelU Apger. Avy O'Neal your
President and Charles Edison beat Punta Cords Friday will be an outstanding John Cartwrlght. tuct neck sire.Washes drips dry ready to wear. Sot tills
Sects skeletal development. vis- Whit- event for Arcadia when Bishop
Governor of Fat parent and tension often night by a 3220 score.
former Democratic:
| New Jersey add up to overweight: says Dr. Jon and the cardiovascular system lock captain of the team, James Cannon one of thV BIRTHS Hot Truval shirt tod//.
''1 tA in says Dr. Harold Schwartz scored moat of Arcadia' nation's best known public
; mereasman Haley now Edward M. Latin chief
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his psychiatrist Huntington Park. Calif. The points. men. appears her, for an address Week of March thMr.
8th Interior term and and ,Insular a membero Affair o ft he Myeaoanlhtochlatrlst syndrome first identified in The County Commissioner at the Methodist church. and Mr*. nu Jackson Adams Men's Store Inc.
yie! of the Mayo Clinic. 1886. Is marked excessive Cannon under StreWs ,
: and the Veterans Affairs by at their regular meeting for Bishop cuine boy, Robert Eugene
Committees* was cited by ACA Overeating In general he says, long-bone growth which produces March, reconsidered previous the auspice of the AnU-Saloon Stroble.
a*-a "cour.eeousleetslator ded represents an effort to ease intolerable disproportionately elongated action In regard ,tn, lending as- League,. DEATHS 29 West Oak St. WA 8-6471
arms .legs fingers and
tested to individual freedom and tension. But tension or
toes. with a long head and Week (
March tlh
liberty, the private enterprise otherwise there's no question -long" facial features. The LJn- Miami Mayor Here On Tour Robert Davit o .
the Inherent
and preserving -
system that fat parents beget fat children. colnesque face his severe far- .f. --
American heritage- for If parents are overweightthe sighledpeta and very long arms
jour children. odd. are as high as 80 pet and legs "strongly suggest this A week's tour of the state St.r..... St. Augustine PalatkKustls. ; _. r-
The ACA rating Is derived rent that their children will be syndrome according to Dr. was kicked off Monday morn Clermont and Winter
I fn wan analysts and statistical too. according to Dr. Lltin. Schwartz Berries of the Ing as gubernatorial. (candidate Ir vM. I
I I evaluation of the voting record Supersonic transport plane red sage, common In the southeastern llotM-rt King High left Miami Thursday. will. flml the entmirage .
of the Congressmen on issues will not only coat about S2O U.S. are poisonous, report With a band and a bevy of In Lakelnar'6w., .. .. w. I at
I have which. In ACA's opinion million each, they'll have much sthe American Medical. beautiful girls that will take Lake Wales Avon Park, Sebrlhg -
significant bearing on less margin for error than today Association. The plant sometime him to more than 2* cities. / and Arcadia.
I preserving the spirit and piinIciprtj '* Jets. For example by called wild sage and Arcadia will be visited (to- .
;. Of the Constitution. de- of found In flower gardens ..Ion.Iencerows :3.45: High Is one of the alas Democrnts
flying a couple thousand feet nay; ) Thursday at : p.m. 1
find by our Republic' Found- too high or too low manufactures and in fields, poisoned highly encouraged by. the seeking the gvibernatorUI -
I Inc Father In It* analysis estimate pilots could several children recentlyIn total acceptance of Ms plat office. There are three
AC*. dues issues which affect easiy' add $180.0OO a year to the Hlllfborotigh County. Florida form and the Itepnbl. leans.New .14 Je4Mnooth Dwwri et Impala Sport Coupe(119 In.wh*.u*M)

those aspects.of our social. eco- fuel bill for a single planet one fataly. results 01 -ajv ....,. -- -,-
inornlc and political system.The Food sterilizing on a large The Moon was once "dusty ? recent poll] !In I
legislative measures usedlaslhe scale Is possible with Holland- Ice" and Its "-." probably Palm l Beach
basis for the evaluation made equipment now being actually contained water for dd oo County ;Gilleisum te
[were; Enlargement! of theIlIotAe marketed In the U.s. A* manyas a brief period three billion a \ High l said
Rules Committee; Sup- I.3OO container a minutecan years ago reports Dr. Charles there la no
IpltYnental appropriations for be processed In the hydrostatic II. Warren of the Department i doubt he will
Local Public Works; Federal : units reports Voiator* of the Interior' Oeologttal be In the runoff
Isutoildle* "for :Medical. Schools; LouUville. The containers are Survey, Warren theorizes that and will
(Feed Grains; Debt Limit In- carried by endless conveyor when the dusty-ice mown beganto "win 'h. Adjustable

'r/file{ ; Area Aid Redevelopmentet.7ederal to Higher Edaction chain through preheating approach the sun after being the state' highest Razw slew CneveH .,......,., port Coupe (I16 t 1 -b,wheelbase)
sterilizing cooling and drying formed outside the solar system offlr in November
; Foreign Subsidies; TaxlleflUctlons stage housed In steel towers the various Ice began to turn emeriti election.: ** ? -
: Federal Historical Abraham Llncoln's unusual to gases and stream away at ClUerf! to be visited Include :/ la. ear -
iTOgram; Cotton Subsidies and body build was probably the they. do in comets. The dust, Napt.s, Ft, Myers. Punt OorU e11 IetM.MN".r11A.. I

kh Wheat Sal to Communist result of an Inherited disorder. however, was held to the moon Sarasota St. Petersburg.Uirgit. ,. u-. ..=r ,;..,.. '
LTountrie Marfan syndrome, a disease of by gravity and accumulateduntil Clearwater" ; Llesburg.i Slue 1S ''' W', ,r
the connective tissue that ef- It we many mile thick. ()cola. Gainesville .*

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rqrty Notes MAJOR. IMPROVEMENTS, $ 4nI7 J ,t **4 cAve D Now toed. Ceupe llO-to.( .wheelbase. ) aim


15th: ; Birthday ry : .r
'ADMIRALOOLOR
Hppy Dlrthdawas the
home of the anniversary dingier r t

**t the American L* lon -TV WI-

)lair Monday night a* member .
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debt It celebrated their 45th YOUR BEST COLOR-TVBUY1: 1 -
[birthday as a local organlxahion. ''I' ,
Member of the Ladles NOW III 51"! 'a1 Cev.u l Mn<.Cub Owpe((10*bt.wheelbase i >
|A..U..n. guest.. .. ,'-
George Stonebraker charter Rodio .
See Us for Stereo, TV'ca *
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Ifnember. acted a* master ..... .. .
or .
AT .Jff
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In Block and Whit
and Color ,
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f)t t r tnonle* and gave the afItemnnner otrtrtDAalutrl foo I
speech. The only editor 46.OOO VOLTS All by Admiral = Rf
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charter member attending' -.I. PICTURE ADIITUAIaoaawal
I wa/LoWe Morgan. f '. _
I rotlowing the dinner Mrs. a -"' "
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Dora Ebersol and Mrs. Naomi '% COfitlst t.Ni iartagH

I Duke cut the huge birthday "ear .soap-c *3rr'total. *tv e **4 Cwveff:: to. ** -.* Iaw,t Ce(t*"'-..*.we4M. ..)
|cake jnembers.'
and aerved .
Croup singing of World War sarwe.uw.r [J.n.. .......... ........
I I songs was lead br Mr*. Neva ::24 M. ?***.* ,a x i* ......; .i..W.TV.-."" Chivi'Rlib Will go to any: length

Mardus with Mrs. ClsU: Parker .saw set b ....,.. ....p. '
at ,the piaao.; cadre.rp..... .. s4feU, kMfte?11 4f t
A *e. .km of retnlne scene* .... '.---,--- "s>er fljtasffMeeys, tree nake; you happy
I0U wed the singing when Le- TUSAI. t/sW haCOtoert 4$ Ir '"1 't r
a wI'f'C'au.d' their warUrn'experiences MOUC ........ ) f. Cher root anti CKrrjr'II (*nd betwv+nneten. Ulda.r
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and the Sea ........1 .
Stortfng' at with whoto feet .
iota'sleaa/ lie left over). rtThen.
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tiv rttJ.*+ ended with UM _mbir aVTAfrriMO ..
AT ..
therV the 1 toc.c. .-
: : too sporty -
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M..aTgS44.Ipe.asega
Birtkd-y- ,
**n ..... t. .4'b4 Cite.- ....,'. so right for *o many popt (jrouflri ",
$ .75.eeti..... .'.' r.. tMt"d. p.. ......,.. *. In p.rkleulatj| that ..'.. nvntouched >
.YOU 'CAJl' GETHMMCNEPMN rwo wt $449.95 239. :: Sena rte.etaft alIP psmko. k d""IIIJ"-' an |1ncA of It. led' _... c-
: :..r.Mcra Cwe... ;! IWMtWith ,----;------ : vette-stlH t leU' fort A i',iMl, COo stuc11j k
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... for true etwrU-or "lover to I a. ed:
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sops 0........ Tree. "fI': trct OAr ?!'* |bas I and Short U i it I*.'700 don'tI
T*..M,.I.( j ru..& J-t '
Qualified Trade t4 t krocth to A sd HMthr.)
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cage augtaare M...TMiIe f". Aav' CIO any
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,THE ,ARCADIAN, Arcadia Florida Thursday March 19, 1964 __._
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The Farm Front

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'! By DOYLE,CONNER JR. dr.n to crowd local schools. to watch their step on buying
I Problem**:of Tfcnd utilization/ Some places that required more land point out the? risk

w are becoming Intensified espe- building lots no smaller than of adding more fixed costs,
: W THOSE YOU LOVE cially In areas of popuation two acre now seek zoning of such a* taxes mortgage payments .-

;1\ .. growth.It five acres minimum.In Interest etc. Adding
contrast the "stacking up" more acres isn't the whole gnawer -
;. "', WITH LOVELY EASTER CARDS may come as a surprise to of living units.' .is accelerating to increasing income.: It's
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: ', ''' you but there are two schoolsof In many places like the 60- what you can get from your (
t AND GIFTS thought on the subject. One story Twin Towers apartments acres that count.It /
+ advocates a wider dispersal of in Chicago, a 2J.story "motel"in .is noted that many farm- E tE
:y From dwellings in outlying residential Philadelphia and Boston's ers aren't pushing their acres
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areas. The other sees a 200-million dollar Prudential hard enough. They should be
( ,It'L and NELL BRIDGES need for greater concentrationof Center which claims it will be sure they're getting, all they
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N I!!', living units in order to get taller than any skyscraper out- can from what they have before -
i 'ARCADIA OFFICE. SUPPLIERS more people living on the land side of New York City.' taking on more. The rising.
I' available.In Said a Los Angeles real estate trend in costs Is expected to PASCAGOULA. ;JIISS. March 16The Covering, twenty-six hundredaies'It '

.:130 W. Oak St. WA 9-2841 the meantime, rising farm' dealer: "We may be reaching speed more efficient farm pro fast-moving industrial 1 upsurge is fed with crude oil from the
real estate values are bringing the point where people may not duction. of the Southeast was given added impetus Gulf Coast fields throuugh the
.. cautions to farmers that they be able to afford to live In single as the new Pascagoula refineryof world' longest underwater pipeline.;
Mo' may face trouble if they buy family houses" Because American farmersare is
the Standard Oil Company of Kentucky Gasoline consumption growing J
,'" additional land to expand their A new planning concept of learning It to keep an
pays in
fi tetIn' the South than other
: was placed full steam any
\ on
Paid Political Advertisement/ production wltnout first making "density" of
dwelling units in worldagriculture
) per eye on developments With a capacity in excess of one, section of America and the construction
... SURE they can make more acre rather than minimum lot are finding .
f Ii} money from it. sizes is suggested in a reportby it worthwhile many to take time out husdred thousand barrels of oil 4k .of this gaint new refinery at Pascafcoula .
""I" a day. this is America' 'helps assure adequate au.
..' the National Association of of on-the-scene observations in new refinery
1/11/ The population explosion and the Urban Land Intitute. foreign countries. That was the most modern and one of the l largestin piles I In the years .of growth ahead,*:
I d" rising state and local taxes and Their report suggests ""cluster" purpose of the trip I made to the world. '
ELECT the uptrend in costs for construction housing with outdoor recrea- Europe last summer with a .' S
of all kinds are the tional space to be provided in group of Florida agriculturaland &

r. : influences bearing on new ideas nearby open spaces of parks business leaders.. We Harding; : Named.. I.
for land-tuw planning.In and wooded areas. ing done on both sides of the
PAINFUL CORtfSTd
and around many cities learned a lot about what Is .be- .Home firearms'
i throughout the nation real .*- Florida farm 'real'1 estate Iron Curtain. f : AMAZING LIQUID

: Jean Lyons sta t vcjulshe al o emr values have been !reading a I not that a group of New RELIEVES PAIN AS .
tate values have been soaringat / steady rl.e in recent years Jersey farm people are due to Safety Teacher.: IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY
fabulous After _' ._ .........
a rate. surveying among the southeastern states. this week (March 9) toI '''
return ._.....
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\ the situation L/.i/ >. N_ws Federal Reserve Dank of Atlanta from a goodwill visit to five Shermanr' :: Ila ding of '124 I WKfc|M M PUB _..I,. -':. ... _....
and World Report commented doesn't believe .hia. li_ m <.. a4v . ...T >. ... r rt
however South American countries. N. Manatee Xvenuehas, been .....GM ....-. ,M dt dr.ei ce.......
I I Your 'County Commissioner recently: that sueculation: has had much They were scheduled for agricultural t t
appointed ,a Home Firearms .
"I he biggett boom in AmerIca influence in commercial forming tours in Peru, Brazil. I +
today is In land. Real estate areas.. According to a U.S. Uruguay. Argentina and Chile. Safety Instructor{ .If.( was announced I
I J prices an. skyrocketing: and the National. t
Department of Agriculture report There is a good l prospect for today by -
District No. 3 the experts: say. the end is not between March 1. 193O increasing agricultural: competition Tulle Association sponsor ofa iae' .
I in sighi." Scores of startling und March 1, 10(13 farm values from our Latin American new Course*designed--help 1'
t examples- are noted such as a rose In Florida 389 per cent, neighbors in the years r ,
I San Francisco builder who paid Alabama, I 114; Georgia 165.. ahead. I expect to see more interest ,/ActCARIBBEANMarine reduce hooting. /accidents" In I ben 4k

14 Yoar3 Experience $ bOOOO for a building tract Lou!>>Jan, 130; Mississippi 124; in those countries among the home..
I tnat sold for $1 19,000 in 1030.: and Tennessee, 101 I our Florida growers and ranchers The. NRA, course ,promote'
,; : Advocates for wider dispersal But those who warn farmers as time goes on. safety among thmte who Orrn-
,. Road and Bridge Construction of dwellings urge their suggestion / / Private ally do not use firearms for 't:
'AID' ro* ST JIAM. LYON to combat higher school First Class David/ C. recreation: but have them In 1 ::
i and improvement taxes. By reducing Allen son .f Mr.. and Mrs. their home.It emphasizes. the ,

f the number of homes Alfred M. PII..vof/ Rout 3 recognition of Unsafe practicesand "
'.\ I In a given area, they say, you Arcadia. Is serving. with the condition and ,points out I -- '
/;.. how to correct. them.Harding with'" LADY BROOKE'
0 can reduce the number of chllr ..1 t tvt Second Marino Division's/ '
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lit'J! ;;... j Company "E**, presently undergoing NRA Instructor's certificate a tam flete fcutfy.. tlt-.cilrar,clustr

.i "1't\ .. f Nc extensive/ training. following successful 1 completion : .wax-.tttoftc Mtra ts bsyl! Ire t
,ofa .written..examination.He. tot.s
exercise In the Caribbean. FASNIOS t
.' ,. Is ,nowtm" U"ld to conductthe Far am. er.ha.r I_
the combined/
During opera .,..... ... .....
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tlonal and "good will"'crulooho course locally;, runs a- .r ..-IMt..t.-
will have an opportunityto bout louY hfluM and requires t.::: CwM.M1 =
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: 3r visit San Juan. Puerto Rice shootingrange since actual 1 t II. iiMrrr.Esser

,g .Wh rS-so's;surprising about Oldsmobile Jetstar 88? and Quantanamo Bay, Cub' :. firing: Is not"' Included."The'.new supplements. : _J- .ewnLw. a "=""rr.14'11..i: .
coursei
His unit will return to It* \ ..
homo base Camp' LoJ.""., the H RA'a,ia-yaar... ; qld"lIun\er\ .,_ ...,.....,......SaeNe
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Dollars and Sense' role! Step In with some action N. c.. In early]! April.. Safety.Couree..-**iJch. has. been L.J.cz> L mot C MTOSHMCOUU caw
instrumental'1Kltelping .to. reduce -
". ... Dear Helen: Can you send and stop being so polite! accidents: ,,tin, 'the* field. oal J;"qUJtlKe *
I five Homemaker booklets.
more Nearltw.pmlUion' Atudenta
i .If possible Our women's club Happy]! 'Home for the Aged Nocatee Area have tompUUd, ",tils) &. (course; in" SHOP. 'N SAVEVARIETY'ARCADIA .
.U terrifically interested. Most Dear friend: Your coulmn this time* ,fhe UotJ I'number of

of us are experts around the here Inh..' paper made me Has Big Day hunting accident' .).I\a.declined.. ;,

house and would love to earn want to answer It. I've been Planned 4 the total nurnbec.of. hunters'has j FLORIDA'
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extra money per hour by helpIng lucky, always found a good April increased r' ;.asps

the ill. infirm or young home for aged Just passed my A big day has been' scheduled t. q'f.' ..____ _

mothers. Didn't you. mention; a 80th birthday. On of my for the Nocatee areaSaturday. **. :**_* .,.:"* --:\
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national organization for this friends sent my name In thinking L
April 4., accordingto .
.a Aunt Mottle I would get a few cards. X .. t ,... '
........-xn Dear Aunt lIatUe: You bet. received more than l.OOO.. We Mrs.. Fred Proveau., president I: ; '.

{ .-.. 4 I It's the National Council for have church services every two of the Nocatee Parent- $.o- ... .
I 'Homemaker Services 1790 weeks; I am in the wheelchair Teachers Association.: 1. I
..An..1i Broadway New York City group. Our matron .la lovely The event opens at 10 a-m. ... .
I I Why not pool a chunk of $$* everybody wonderfuL Best with Inter-school track events 1- rf -'!" '
and send a delegate to their thing to do Is to live day.. by]! of racing: standing and running :
\ -i u coming three-day National day and only one day at a broad Jumps and at noon 'BJEtdfeEyM f travelwrfteftr
Conference on Homemaker time. Affectionately the PTA will be hostess to the r..
Service. Mayflower. Hotel Anna Bowman public with a lucheon. From 3
Washington DC. starting April to 8 p.m. entertainment will year Ires
JUT They'll! hold workgroupsfor Eleven Rest Reeks be the Nocate Folk Festival 1 q
advice, right from the top! Dear Helen Alpert: I enjoy! with the Rev. L. W. Colbertas TRAVELWIDE
The free booklets'are on their your column. Pleas send me emco

jf\.. 1!is &. !&. lower than 30 models with low-price names! way..' to you-! your Docks special on leisure list of Kleven and useful Best follows Th program: "History ls scheduled of Nocate: as !!

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by Mrs. Lyle Woods
Problem Family]! living. Dlalpe, ;
Its size.a bi 113 Inch wheelbase! Dear Helen.: My young mar- Torrance Instrumental renditions on the Trovotlfc '
: -car Cu .. :
Hai wycorry
tied. daughter and her husband Dear Torrance: I enjoyed your carpenter saw, accord""' ",. mu- "L'
\F live with my father and elderly letterl! Here's th* book list for lti-cord.: Nocate: Band and piAno with IMf 1..1 0.14e.
aunt. The young ones have you and th* others who requested ,recitals; solo,. mixed singIng ,.IuII..tM.JIM.... I fA ..,. rypq
!l-.f.' !r onmaic .zestier 330.cu./In Jctfire Rocket V-8! heated quarrels.. My ....-in-I.w ttt: "YouT Better Than by school children and'the pedr et tfc9lof --

asked me to watch all night amy You Think." by Dora Albert. Myakka City group; game and 4 a-/end'' yew cor.Gf 10'
daughter eouldnt go out "!tow to Spend Your Husband's dance and Country music. ...t4**. l*'*,,Iwo' ,
,: StmtltMl l ptrfenftMCt, hr iwyfcy cwntr drtttei! somewhere. I refused. I'm worried Leisure** by Doris Webster.M The PTA will maintain a feel|",>_of osOvr'doss f atofor.hotels coast to coed,.
their marriage. may go on .k* the Most of Your Re refreshment stand with popcorn I Imy* "o44nd' *yfvdby co..areHohJ&.
the rocks." I dont believe a tirement.1 by Fesaenden Blan hot dogs hamburger and MsWboty.of Oof roM Motor Ho el!,offer free

minister or marriage counselor chard. -V/ak Up Youn.Dr. .....- by cold drinks and coffee on sale r WvMto* orvtt*. W* .honor Crodlt Omf .
would help. What can I do. or Camuel Oertman and Helen the funds going Into the PTA ".'
BO OWS..wim I should I politely ignore the Alpert. How to Help Older "treasury r 'refl.N.
M ACTION/S! whule thing? People" by Jullelta K. Arthur. There will be no chare* for (-.ES5 MOTOR HOTELS
Worried Mother' -Creatlv Aging" by Dr. Edward admission but a donation box ,

i 1 > J Dear Worried Mother: Since U, Boris. "Understanding will be at th* refreshment' ,,1674; Meridian Avenue wMtdihf
when was It "polite" to Ignore Old Ago. by Jeanne O. OU- booth. Resident of DoSoto Florida

:t't ......M NN IN4.NNNe 5 a1NNIi Mal1 case.."HMMMIUIINMVUSMe. -*tmi aximo.* xaittMLiistMaxi/ ....... an imminent tragedy In your bert. "The** Later Yrs" by County and surrounding areas. ,'Peach. 39 ,
own family.? How do you know franc" Avery Faunc "Forty are invited to attend the daylong '. r.

a minister Cant. help Did you Plus and fancy Tree.- by Emily event. ,,'. L.--
RCADIA MOTOR CO. INC. try* Your young folks *r* Khnbrough. flow to B* An -
under tremendous Paul Dou -I' "
fighting for Ute Active Citizen: by < t.
"" handicaps: they're trying Us and AUc McMahon. Th -.-. ....11II1IIIIr,1

"A, ,.-j.S.I'' 221_ M a.w eNa Ace I to be the young Mm married time they're adults..noth yet and Mind. Bonaro Co** OvrstrUJudging Forth. by Harry $taWAPG: Pr.ffsMMmi ..

IIng but a couple of confused from your !eU.... I t "t I .
-tOOJt, c...>W* A .OO* Wt*. taut lnelr' boa fat "VAlUt AUB** WON *. VMtej Mt>! tv I5,,5""Na. household also t

--y -_._- . ., . ._. grandchildren. ---' .In..._a. ace that readers ar*free list greatly of- t.Bd. ee eialrealw-a a...... a'1 1 J'alL
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with the compliment eatlsrpee..pr..uepieeIa.l.y = .
booklet ant
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them Jut writ to me at National ==: -
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WANTED SeNor Center Lcnigh S'.. Men 1'- ..--.. v
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. PAYING THE FOLLOWING PRICES county, call last Friday. at CLEANING eM..... a..r- -- .. ..... ....., ..... eft..trk. .
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3:43: p.m.. .. put out a bla.etn .Jr 5. L.

LVING BAOLB A 10*.S .. .. ,.,...-, ..-,r ..00 .* and all ..--.. ... _._... a barn owned. by WorteyWhWkWn. :.. t--= w..1s.e SUNDAY 13, .
INDIAN HEAD CfNTS 1109.. __ _, __ .0.00.. I.I0KRTY NICMSLS .. areonUng' to Lea- and :1 =--= C : .... .. u.
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