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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: April 16, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- De Soto -- Arcadia
Coordinates: 27.2175 x -81.86 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Jan. 9, 1925).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579554
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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., Telephone ,Company Begins Service: ,,. Expansion: 'Improvement Program ,



; Work ha been started to nova ton of the Company System, stated that the cost of crease of almost 227%. Mother or to the other end of the It is expected that the renovation RY OF F

completely renovate the Inter- building and the installation the project will be In the outstanding growth record building The present business of the building will be 4i A Hisfiy

County Telephone System of additional central office dial neighborhood of 100000. and lie* In the fact that the office space made availableby completed in the late second
building located. at 15-21 East switching equipment. It is ex- that this large Investment is total number of telephones this move will be utilized quarter or early third quarterof
Oak Street. This program pected that the installation of Justified by the area's past have Increased by almost 800 for the installation at additional 194. and the business office .
which has been undertakenby this equipment will substantially substantial growth an its future .. In the past five years. central office' dial switching will be moved shortly
Inter-County to substantially improve both, local and potential. Since 185O the When the building renovation equipment, and, aa such will thereafter.The .
Improve and expand local toll service in the area Arcadia Exchange has crown .Is completed telephone provado additional facilities: for Inter unty System is
service in the Arcadia area, J. N. Johnson president of from 1.078 telephones to over business office will be moved, the future growth of Arcadia fast appt'OlMh6fti-1MJ.ooo tele-
will consist of complete re- the Inter-County Telephone 3.5OO. This represent an In- front 21 to IS East Oak Street and surrounding area. (Continued on page: 8-A)


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Oij JP SpeedersRadar A'lc! Demo Political i 1 Rally Set Saturday


.,. Candidates In the forthrom' .. three and five of the Cllne Hayman wilt speak In
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spotted more than,4speeder. 8 Ing election will start nailing County Commission and for the Supervisor of Registration'
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VJAYCEES CHARTERED:-Proudly Westbury. The new organization fof
the office of of
crylal Supervision race
70 Arcadia
on SH east of clown the planks of their pla-
displaying charters presented to the young men between ages 21 and S3 re- ; Itrgtitrsllon. Doyle E. Carlton Jr andO
DeSoto County Junior Chamber of reived charters for membership in last Friday and Sundaj 1 forms in the firsf rally slated In District one E. T. (Kat) W. (Dick' ) William a* can.

Commerce Wednesday are Robert Florida Jaycees United States Junior evenings' The Florida Highway /. r. for Ft. OaMcrt' ajrh lolhnus.. McLvotl triposes' Harold Oar dldates for State Senator 27Ih

'Pike/ vice president; Johnnie Maassen. Chamber of Commerce and International patrol act up the devlc/ With the primary election., Saturday.\ April 18. This .su ner: four candidate for DI.. Senatorial. District will be on
president; directors Clark Polk and Junior Chamber. !in an attempt to curb excessive ? drawing near all county candidate the first of three rallies sponsored ,trict three, II U (Rosy) John the program
Sam Graves and club treasurer Jim (Arcadian Photo) -speeds on area highwaysA for office are asked t In the county by the son. Jean Lyons' George Ola Scott Kelly candidate for
bring a picture and their platI DeSoto Democratic Executive and W. R. (Dub) Avant will Governor will be represented.
patrol spokesman salt I !I form into Th. Arcadian of tire. Committee. speak, and In District five by his nice Cynthia Kelly It
more than 48 arrests and warn*. They. will be printed In the t County candidates to speak Juhn E. !Hodges and IncumbentR was reported. Miss Kelly U

Public Set logs; were presented to speeder April SO Issue .of The Arcadian.. will be contestants for DUtrlctsMAYOR L. (Hob) Wert will speak. the daughter of Judge and
/Mere Money Hearing -0.0-- Mrs Wallace llolton and R. Mr.. Clifton Kelly of Sabring.s .
A local resident advise. us I :.
AQ official communiqueshowed > that all the big oak tree 1 In I -

,Requestedper moro than 439 traffic I Arcadia are diseased. and d, .
On Proposed 'Change fatalities In the state so far. Ing. It Is the residents contention .
that they all will be gone Haydon BurnsHere
( HousingAn this year, and more than 21.
-Ii In a few years. Wonder If81'-
928" Injuries. be the council of I
city or one
DeSo\p County School Board aid. ..,.-. cv
the ofArcadia
answer to City the local organizations couldn'tlook
Housing Authority'srequest set' April 28 a* the tentative The date, April >"" 11....- Compared with last yearsflsuris I Into this matter Maybe

for an additional $50- dat, to. meet with: parent And live and suaject to notification. Injuries have Increased It Is already too late to save Tuesday
teachers In Nocatee to discus of the residents of the area. by more than 2.00O and deaths. the tree*. If it Is maybe something .
000 to- enable them to
accept
the .feasibility of removing' In other actions the Board .have/Increased by 40. should be started.to replace
the low b"ld'of $764.948 submitted heard a report from Dr. W. A. them. -
7 and 8 of the
grades
recently for the construction Nocateeschool' Clement on th. state meeting The location of the radar --.0A -- Mayor. llaydon Burns of grounds.

of ''TO low-rent units. to Arcadia If and whenadditional attented in .the JacksonvllleSU >> was marked.. by a large sign survey of grove condition r3 Jacksonville will. visit DeSoto The. public I I. 'Invited' to meet
should be decided by May I. room can be added
f< according to Bert White direc here: :Augustine area by Clementsj; about,. .. feet wide and I feel throughout the State by Flur County on Tuesday April 21, llsydon Puny not only a* a'
Ida Citrus Mutual fleldman candidate. for Governor but
Hugh Flanders, Superintendent and Flanders.The long approximately a mile and between the hour of threeandix
tor.The reveal that the of a* one of the outstanding public
f request I*' going from of Public Instruction ala.ted Board also' agreed to a- half \from the device. Both, recovery p.M. official'
to
visit DtSoto
freee damaged' tree ha been
Atlanta to the Federal Housing that the "meeting .la a dls- participate In the Loyalty Par- day 1wal set up In the lite a local committee supporting .
excellent, In crane recov CountyMayur .
ade to be held here May I bylocal some v
Authority In Washington. cua: ion: meeting and not a ante location Mayor DurrU In hisrandida.y Burn* has served a*
nas been complete. ,
Demetree BuiidervInc... of meeting of decision." .Many V.tecanorganiaaUons. ery for Governor of the '

,..Pwt-Ch*' ____..,&o1ll.kbl4c., mefters R.teauaA.tyit di.R&. ': "...... :.,r' ...I.r ra.4dthedlt.....';,'".......GrowY.' .'...'.):in ,. 1b'lt'P"hale" lave'>tM:' ,,.Itry.I.rpxlda. .* i hj| fT-'T' '.",- President" CJftI"of the....U...S...1_Mayor'MAl
4 dens bf the five contracting' .tfw' Involved have principal* fwa *bWth r action the Highway. patrol'woukl cutjS ; ten** re pexaHWirpfi.>r'' the C' iiIIttI7 "abroad oa'nlne oils.c1.1 .
companies. to submit figure jumped ,to erronous concluvslons. of the Board with all pnrstfnt Heating pot" are being cleaned' sheet Wait. 'which will. be highLighted mission Though not an
on the project and the Auth It I is the purpose of the principal being returned for Unue its war' on speeders .to painted and stored against thepossible HAYDOri iusrtn ..$,y an old fashioned attorney be ha erred a* one ,
ority's budget was $50,000 meeting to discus these problem the next school year.. They. areas cut down on the number. of threats. of neat season's Chicken Pilau. at the Fair. of the three appointee. of the
abort of the total amount. thoroughly. rtinderlBenefit follows: Vincent L. De- injuries and death on Florida weather. Florida Muoretiie Court to the
The low.rentAnita.. SO for Shaxo DeSoto High School I The Ue of neat aeaaunlcrop .
; Constitution Revision Commit
\ "/ highway d
.la still the subject of
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Negroes In the southwesternpart Susie Brewer, West Elementary Candidates Run tee among many other pnaUtioM j
deal. of but DeSoto
great speculation, .
of the city and 20 for No accident were reportedby
; Walter Banull. Memorial of public& trust. Mayor
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It la still too earlv' for even
whites in eastern Arcadia have Cancer
/; Weaver Iflpp. Kecatee the local detachment since, o> rough eatimat burns administers. the largest .I
been In the planning stage '" and J, II. Webb,, SmIth-Drown. .last Thursday. In of sale. government In the State, .*-
spite this anion
for over a year, Waite aaad. Golf Tourney Belt'DeOoto cvpt the Stale government a&I
wf next season's fruit .have Campaigns "ar I
Entries been retorted elf, with an annual budget ofI
OpenA I SI I million dollar and OOOVoter .

Arcadia Lions benefit golf tournamentwill Not Plea Secretary of-0-State Tom Ad Courtly, candidate Ford, and has personally con emlll09

Elect be conducted at the Arcadia Guilty am has notified IVrSoto Cuuiw fur' cwunty cemmlssloner are tribute .... Ill ....ndUu,.. of DeSoto County
Officers Golf Course Saturdayand ty commissioner of election, : lunning close. In their' ram are H7AO. will have an opportunity/ to
New officer of the Arcadia: Sunday April 25 and 2e. law change required by a palgn etn Lions Club were elected at the Oscar Mann tournament chairman lies statute to display' the! to figure*.released here today Garner, oposing Mc"' ''''. .has. a* official 0 surrounding
t Tuesday: night meeting. They baa announced. Proceed Made In American.. flag at each pull from the Office oe County. contributed 9110 t* his own C'eJUn"' .. who have been Invited
will be Installed sometime In from the tournament will go to Slaying Ing place on election"& 'day A C'otqm..JfW. .. campaign and ha spent $M.93.Beside to meet Mayor *Burn.
the DeSoto County Cancer chance In the election law also II. I.* (IVt>i) W.rta. Dl,t t Ole, the other three Arcadia Mayor f il Speer
June.W. J, Collins is the newly fund drive. permits" county commission" with espendaurr.. of 111.1 l |g Is contestant" .In District' 9 show will greet Msyor Burn en
elected club president. This 1* "J'Iaeo.wUI be five men's A M year old died ed to appoint election. efflclals. by. only a few .e nU" tinder George spending" and contributions ales. his arrival and will reduce
woman Manatee
by
his second' time to be electedto flight*.and one woman's flight in Arcadia. General County Deputy' county e mml* 46n district ole. dlst.' a who has spent follow: W H. (Bob AvaM. him .to the public *t the Chle
Hospital
the poet He will succeed' according: to the tentative set Sunday night a. the result' of Sheriff Just about M minute rather than by. precinct a. Ml,fo. They have spent 'the pent $...I7. contributed |ltO; ken rilsju, nupper at a o'tlockv
Weaver Hipp. knife wounds sin received Inan after an all point bulletin was previously. nqul,.... Since both least of any ",,,,Ud.l.*. Warts II. L. (Rosy,) thnen. spent ml the falgrwumls.Cancer 1 I
Other new officer are Lewis up.Trophies will be awarded to apartment In the Quarter put on the Police radio. net- the Democratic amt ftepubli has cvnlflbuled," lltO to Pile 90.7 'contributed tlOS; arid
Wells, first vice president. ; winner in- each of the !flight section of Arcadia Sheriff work. DeSoto County deputies can parties are represented on campaign and Ola ha. contributed jean Lyons bee spent '100."
''Charlie Hilton 2nd vice-pres. Trophies are. being awardedby Lloyd llolton reported.. made the trip to Manatee. to ell ballot, ft will be nerewary 9100 tar him campaign and coinrlbuled' 9123.Running I
ident; Tommy Darts third vice the following sponsors. Rudolph Andrew. 100 South return him to the DeSoto both parties amutig the pull U.. against' Incumbent'Wnta.John Gas Up
president;. Fred Forbes" Lion Van Pellets Funeral home 1! Manatee Avenue, was moved County JaiL worker In all eouniio' *. t:. T (Kai I) M.trv E. Hodge has ran
tamer; Earl Crockett tail twlaUr First Federal) Savings a> Loari to the hospital. by Ifickaon ambulance After the alleged attack) the Registration books closed on sing' against. llarwld Oatnef< Irlbuled. 9OO and spent 99*M. Set SaturdayA .
; Frank Gutterldge aeere- association., Central Transfer about .:M p..... She victim staggered about 34O feet April 4 for the May. primaries Utrumbent la DMrtci I, I Is the In rth* race bribe office eel
tary-t, asurerl Cart:. E. Neiberger. nee Corp. Alien'. Radio II war pronounced deed by Dr. to Hlckaoh- Funeral Home to but will open again on only ..IId...,... tw receive,, fin.ienc Supervisor. ut .......,...... ft '..* up for cancer day..
two director; and B. XV. Donaldson' Radio *> T.V. Gordon McSwain a short time summons aid. Sheriff Lloyd June I.. They will .b* closed >al l help from other. then,. Clio' ...,.,.... has spent 99&JM.ronifitwuu ha boon scheduled for this
,r .J. Hipp one year. director.Ot. and DeSoto National bank. later. Holton was called on Owe. scene gain/ ... October a for Ur Kis own. conlrlbuUAci' M W. A. Clement was the Entry fee and ticket are Her ane* d assailant. Willie and the search for Stafford .... general elecUwn en November reoe. ..ed MCO frem L. K. plaited, pet.t 9t7,77 and con are several DeSoto service (
u Not speaker. II. spoke en"Sight available at the golf course Stafford. Sr, 33. formerly e< Lon a. F..wd..... tiOJM true |.., tribute, '110. station' according. .to SewardVan

.and vision" er from Chairman Mann.. Augusta, 0... was apprehendcadla. Stafford was .......... fromKaiford ...,.n. chairman.Ono ,
about two yen ago cent en each gallon of

OLDTIMCR MYSTERY PICTURE! NO LONGER MYSTERY and attacking. WM warned the woman rewently by about Sb.*. gasoline the 0...will. Cancer bo presented fund drive.to

Iff Deperlmeat officials. It was by In* 13 UClpltHnIl( ...

I Louis Koch The .Inone.Partkipating.. .In the event
h Dr. Right Selection wttcttolade weapon knife.found was a are nob Turoor'. StamdavdlaUonv

Stafford appeared before. ,t V .$ Shamrock Oil .station

.A'* so many gueessd. last .sow. ......... to I'". ., and Mr.*. Paul lfud .. Judge G rda.; Hay MosMtaylerrKng Dave. layer Cllle. Service.
lie scanted and a ptoe. 4 .... fsuper T.... aaew.,,'* lil-W.,
Indiana
week* Ma ., mystery was a an girl .1 H....... .
to 1912 in ?lash. lAd. They guilty war entered. The Jwdveordered 7 *Shell DaughUey Motor Co,
riUaen laced by aU. Dr. tout. In WwW .
War T w Dr. Mm held. with out
have two children JBU1 of Ar. Wcver Cities '........ OursTeases
p WIILam Kec Dr. Koch. was Kecfa. .......< drag Mere inStark. o.*>d and turned U e case ore* < } .

c born lav: October .i tn Red .. Florida .nd. ante .inGnaw to the Circuit Court. A Gr.... .. Jue Turner' Pur
Jury will oe called. with to the ..."tc.. South. Side Shell. llcr-;
bud Tt
nt. aced casne to Arcadia Cove Whesi. SM
la KIT to work with a feBewtownsman. : -iii st ingss. seat tour m...u... Ute Jay.IeOL .....'* Pure Oil station,. Half
went *. asp M-* ......... OM .
.. Jake Wey. 1t .Standard S rete.. Isaac Drue.Sinclair .
bwcfet weMM 04
man wno M .. allkmforsMtki
AcrordLng Judge' May,
Dr. KACKI graduated. frem St. buy. It navlss* M ewM key. M* ** laM bees forward .t ti4n. BranUcy Gulf

laze College offce ?iarase7 a-.. so t *eire", mtrt Uses ed to the State. Attorney c4- serve ;CastDaniek :

... Kach's Drag ........ two awes! will be wader. It* di- .
M/ Its** t. e sMMkker e./ the ..........
TrtsMty M.lS.das church. K4- .A' r ,.
Mew (sates _lUll ., a. w. '
wwa CIiII.Ito. bee .noM aaseaUmo Attend !
Oak .beet was .... fleas /tar *
sans .. .....--.. ae.tlry De.Mtlao w .... Solsttw. ..... I
wrgsey ........ till. 'lee ....... .....IV' ., wrh State *
........ w. .as.. as last .s./i's naber .., c-pease and I Weather 1 tl Workshop
sealant .. ...... ,,
wee a eM
..W ee..s..a lase. s.ew/ls .e- John K. DonietsL, me.....'of
-r..... w ..... N...,.aetn.Tins. at ,resale. .
w..kb e.ysay ....... Asld what has ........ Report -.--.. I o.a. Chamber' e< Com--
.0.. K.dh ai44 I! I:} ice., la fit CVsarwster. .
...... as peeoe 5. ..sto. A. .we : -S awhet todayttwh
U- w .......... r.. .... 0.c. Hl.I...- MaasA e Sa4w.. '. April I*.

tar.bus.11l .....- a t d"j j_"'UR DY.K'' tK..t.Htn.: runp4d: : lion. A MAtI cafiureU. just M minutes" IT. and(N.l 'to Mmd tno.Ftor.
sore Mrin *re I tt"--l 1 1Aar
....... .a acew eaidietaln..dair. _. aced Ms.. inn .... .. M .. JMAartt L.delnbr" + fa the apartment whera.a lat.rjn JI_..... Ouniy ts. *. Csststty Wit Cfcsxibsr. *,of Cemme. ... Bsw
lam4 a .%.... MIN 114s....& velaa. ..w..s.kahrv ...... .. II .3 9* ... aU yeaur ...... mmtnmn wars folaJir cut Jail altar t.*...lt nut fuHHy. rWplete ....... ..*.*.* and WMkanoav -mMtiL ..
C..u.... IMT. -. as .... "....... saw Alms IX M M JM Bwrtsf jr ft"1.on- a>f...rtm' ent i*> .
He w-arW Car ,... treys ..-.. to swa.ss Sac weOt.1Mt1 .. Ala 13 *. 97 .M1 ... tfco ..*., *W. of J''outh.) Orange .(Areaejjati:'I'hete) The ......... I M ass ansntaj

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1CNIT:: CHAT: "1 Gamma Delta Kappa'Meeting- t ..


I 'J Annual Committee report,
election and installation'at, *>/. v '
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l y irc.' S.1I1. i floes was the order ofbus-
Incas tor t
... thta U ,.meeting' of
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the yeaf- for Wie :AlpWC'CamftihChapter
WIIERE THERE'S SMOKE of Delta Kappa Gamwhich -
>Whenever, people congregate these days the conversation m_; 'was" TMid .In'the J.

seems to get around to smoking. newly decorated :'AreadlaIW: ,. ."
I Homebody just stopped, or somebody' just started a- man' Club building. Women I S '
gain.It. of the Club catered the luncheon : sty ,, ? Mr.';arid JMrs. ''William Boo Dr. and Mrs. Cordon Mc- Mrs. Pauline Grdff left. Sun.

was that the other day . and the members of Alpha .ksofVTtt!"Jeers' spent Sunday 5n ain'went to Tampa Wednesdayof day for her home *'In Law.rencevUle .

.Caroline Campbell told about the fellow who justclsfrldn't Gamma feasted.: .. '-'anernottt as guest of : 'last week and met their IlL after Spendingthe
One of'the outstanding andgratify'ng Mrs. Nell Brown. daughter, Mr*. Dubose Aus3e'ypand winter months here. She
seem to give up smoking. reports. ;", u"\ne. .- '' daughter Lorraine, fcs '
{;lie had tried but It had never worked out. The habitfai mount the) small Chapter contributed they art-lVed from Jacksonville was accompanied by ;Mrs W.

\ too strong. to'the Scholarship Mr*. Edgar Christ and Mrs. bf: "So he decided to have as many cigarets as he wantedbut ,t Fund During the Christmas Bruce Miner spent Thursdayof : and returned home Monday spend a couple of weeks visit

Just to light them. take one puff, and step on them. holidays, Mrs. Ann Ingle enL last week In Tampa. ing relatives near Mr Graffs

Sure,it would cost money that way, but the money dldn I t L tertalned at a tea when special home.

tater as much as his health. ? .. Christmas donation added Miti;: :.ot Er i t Ftber'roi):, : 'Mr,and. 'Mrsi F. C. Carr have
tried the and It worked'fineflle'! took considerably to the fund'I derived pre- returned'to theirjtw71e in CovIngton. Sclanders of
1i11e- new system, dent'of th1 womana Clubi;Mfs, ;Mr* Royce: Ot.
wanted lit took? one puff, from a per oaplta,, as !Kentucky= after a week>, Canada was' a
ajcigaret: Whenever he it, Rdpert=pmJt ::TT7A, !.. Tilt- ; taws Frid.yaUest
.element of the Chapter This r- Mr.
"' l f visit here with their son, of Mr. and Mrs. Lo
dropped It. and stepped on it., T F Kachern .rta Mrs; Gege'f.ett.net' [ io.Mor.an.
JunU may b*'drawn .upon b t and Mrs. Foylee Carr, and .
left '
[ was smokiug-five six, seven packs a'dayYbut4h! Monday 'motnl !, by '
: .. members rwho 'wj.hato,r.;'furP train "'for family, 4002 W. Whiaaen St.
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didn't matter. er their* training: Members Jacksonville: Where -

.fiAII went well for four months.Then 'I; ark 'using thtM \scholarship) \'\* they -are attending" {the Florida' and Mrs. Elwood Michel Mrs H. M. Hampton of Ocala
> he died of'cancer of.'the foot) t"JS for tl ,STRANGE ,INVENTION *. ."'world. ,,""" vention. 'Mr*. ,Smith will >*- or ,Chicago. Ill, Thursday Mrs Roy Appleby ,Wednesday
and spent over
main Jacksonville.
"' 'JfflS- for a few of last week and will spend
Then there was the 'strange man who'devcloped-a i New officers' for the i days' after the of' last week visiting with '
convention Is
65 Miss Louise a ,week or so here with her.They .
blennlum
change; invention. lie Invented anew' kind of cigaret t art over. Mr and Mrs. Joe Minoughon, Orlando
Johnson, Arcsdla's 1983 BPWC Apnbra Terrace.Mrs. went to ton
holder. Perfectly safe.
'Woman of the Year" ,President Tuesday afternoon and spent
?One end is,, the mouthpiece.,' .and' the ..other. end" holds 1 ; Mrs. Ann Ingle,,Seb-Inff, -, Miss, Vinnie, Feotonpenton Mr.)9dyMh.. William 'Springer Campbell left the night with Mrs.'Appleby's

tl'e' cfgaret. vice-president} : ; M r .. Agnes ''Euclid..'*Onto arrived'' Caroline' son, Mr. and Mrs. Sam 'Apple-*
.And in the middle- Is- this device, port of like a teat Moore{ Wauchula: scconch viepresident. *- Miffs Vnnie To Marry Friday of Jut week for a visit Tuesday for a few days bus'Ines. by and family, and .also Visited
that holds mouse.When the mouse' died get; trip to Miami. with their brother sister-,
titbe a l you Miss Louise South- William with Mrs. Springer's. brother anti
another mouse. erland Wauchula recording M. Autry ')'It'. 'and"Mrs. Carl Morrow. of In-laW, Mr. and Mrs. H A.
Mr. and M Joe Win ale
I doubt that such thing was bivented'by secretary: Mrs; .au.ie Brewer, n Carlton, before comine'on to
tot course, a ; 823 1!:; Magnolia, Mr. and Mrs. Ft.: Lauderdale arrived Fridayof
even a strange inventor, but'I would'think.that stories I Arcadia, Corresponding' secretary Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fenton from' Itardee' County Htg'h :Springer left Monday for'a few last week for a weekend Arcadia.Mr. .

like that do cut down the urge to smoke a bit, don't you?> ; Mrs. Vivian O'Connor, anouncv the engagement ..ndappro.cbln. School; and from Florida*State 'days in Miami before returning visit,,as guests, of Mr. and Mrs.
A REPORT ON PUBLIC tIBRARIES JN FLORIDA Lake Placid, parliamentarian; : marriage their University In Tallahassee In home.: Pete .Houseman. and Mrs. Louis" 'McLeod
celebration and iMrs Julia Titus, Sebring. daughter, Vlnnle Lynn to William June of 188%. with a BA degree. of Orlando spent Monday here
Statistics would indicate hot
thatmoUrning ,
treasurer M. Autry; III, of Tampa, While In college he 'wasa '
would be appropriate during, Library Week in, FloridaIn Group 'singing' was enjoyedby son of Mr. and Mrs. William member of the Lambda Chi .MI:' and 'Mrs. Sydney "Tate'left Mr\ and. >M"W'ter; ;: Seifert "and visiting Mrs.with I. D.her Eller parenMr.Sr. oth'.rrelatives .

In1964.. the group during the after M. Autrey, Jr.: of Wauchula.: Alpha fraternr? and ,Delta Thursday of last week for of Eagle Lake.;'W"c. and Arcadia and friends .,T h si
modern Florida only of .the populationhas The bride-elect born and their home Id ; spent last week In Key y
''one-third i noon tesslon.Open <_, was Sigma PI. He' b presently serving summer Cleve stoped over lun Ft. Mead en-
access to a reasonable adequate library Almost twon4llion reared In Arcadia slid graduated as Assistant Manager 01MorrI8OD' land. Ohio. .During their three West visiting with relatives.jibs. route' to Arcadia for' Mr.; Mc-

Floridians have no public library's rvlc.,., from DeSoto High Cafeteria in Tampa. month stay her this past winter Leod to look' over his orange:

IA study by, the U. S. Office Education Indicated House Schoel. She attended Manatee The 'wedding will take place t h*r y bought a winterhome H. L. Carlton left Friday groves in that section. '

thjit Florida ranked 26th among the states according! to Junior" College. ., and graduated Monday April 2'7. at four P4- from Mr. Zlnk. 831 E. with her brother Mr. and

state support of local libraries (weighed l '.by .per capita .Was ThursdayThe from In 'Jacksonville the American Acodeihy' at the horn of the bride's par- Magi olta; and plan to returnIn Mrs Albert Penick.: for their
: In' June 'of e .rly fall.
lntome). 3261Mr. ents. Mr. and Mrs. Fenton, home. in Winchester Pa. whereshe

!''In the support of state libraries. Florida ranked 50th "Open' Hovis". Thurs.. Dorr Field Road. Only relatives ----- will spend two months r2' dSE yDv d tIOL ;.,
orpast.yhe. day, afternoon; April 9, -at the Autry was born and:I and very close friends: LL CoL and Mrs.- Richard :F Mr. and Mrs. Penick visited

; absence of ,'larfoumttiot 'in'ihe' rural 'Dedoto Abstract: 'Company 'waa reared In Wauchula. graduated, will be Invited to attend. Rhode rot Orlando 'spent last here'for stew days with Mr y
only '
held to- celebrate: the Seventy weekend her with hu Carlton after having spent the
counties of the state. In'Dade' County,'''fdr example, there five years of Continuous)! Service Mr. and Mrs. F.. F. Rhode.prrenta 2O9 put two mont'ts In t:>U Petersburg. 4'4'
is to countywide library system,and Koine'people''must started ''b/"lh 'present S. Mills Av. -

travel 10 or more miles' in Dade "County to. enjoy, the offerings owner's .grandfather, John L. '(Celebrated 50th Annual Flower -
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of a library. Jones, ---
under
a Jones manage
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; '" ; .Anniversary Show In Mrs. LucllI-Sw1ndal..of-Demorest. -' Mrs. Bruce Davis and houseguest
It la the opinion of the Florida Committee of National menu 6 her sister Mrs. T. H.Jacoway .
: ': Ga. and Saraaota;spent
Week that Guests Warrfeetod at .the
Library
provide the bookstand twof'opportunltier'are the buildings.which' at handfto 'door!*by"'Mr.?: fcnd ')(.../c..Ucre ,Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Isarel, Fort MyersA Sunday 'with her sister,, Mrs.F. of Gainesville: spent WIT'
'we need bar the weekend In Ft. Myers as '
;Jones, and '2fitroducd tha 134 S. Pasco Ave.. celebratedtheir F. Rhode, and Mr.: Rhode. .w"
libraries in our state. >One opportunity ,la,'jn'tbett1t'W "guest of Mrs. Dorothy Hutch- > zgj t
.three dlstlngdtahed oat'.f !town'' Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary spectacular: two-day flow -
Library Servtce'andlConstrtictn et'lIl'ned, by'Presi Meats\ :', dent.Johnson In February of thia.year, which if Congress dent,':*f",th.'Tttlornd:rTru t '"Mr, .. snd Mrs. Israel' 'were the Fort Myers Garden Council -. George \Vltcher. accompanied -

makes the fall appropriation.. Florida should be Company of Florida, Knd',President .. 'both .reared In 11ark.". 'N. Y. on April 18 and 18 at the man;by students Miss Bonnie'of Mjoorbead Temple Mr. and Mrs Carson Mink She'll CORSAGE know or you BOUQUKTt care'wll...

:eligible lor 91.419,443 for service and construction funds. of the, Florida'Land' and They were married \".... 5O Exhibition Hall In Fort Myers. State College in Morehead. of Oakland spent Wednesday you . '
To become eligible;'however, Legislature must''provide Title- ,Company." M." .E.a"A years "aco' In the home of her:' The show will be-open-from Friday to return to school Ky. night with Mrs. Mink's sister .

at least the amount'equal to'that ot'l 62-63, when JacksonvlU: Mr.. R.TMcCry., parents" Mr. and 'Mrs..'Elmer' ::3 to 9 pm.. on April IS add after left a Visit"her* with his par Mrs. H. P. Bev''". and on 4-

state aid and state library appropriations amounted to Sarasota, Executive Secretaryand lUeonard. 'They continued to, front 10 a.m. to 8 pjn. on,April ants,. 'Mr.: 'and Mrs '.C.-c. WitCher. -. .Thursday all went to St. Petersburg .

377870. The second opportunity comes In better plannIng Treasurer, .,f: the> Florida make their home' there until 10. .. Mr: WItcher left herewith and there met an ..WJ./
among the counties for regional library .y stems'and Land and Title1 Association; 1930 when they came to Arca With Its them "L'AmourRomantlqu them and returned to other sister Mrs. Elin Gurga- J.st..__ al

a recognition by the"Legislature,that'such.systems are and Warren' Sheffl.ld'or Punta d.... For the first .six years'of lovers of history Tennessee..They made the trip beaus or Jacksonville, who was
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the beginnings' of providing books. to ,the and Oorda, vice-president and th.ir.tay here, the couple,, the show will, feature by 'JeLMI' spending a few days there I
young Manager of the Abstract and rented an apartment during; artistic: arrangements suggesting having a house on the river
old cJtlz.ens.of this,state where today there are jio. build Title Company 'of T Punta Gor..* the winter months, and return the era and locale of Cleopatra painted. Mr. and Mrs. Carson

ings or DOOKS.. a.-- -w ed' to Barker In the 'summers.. and Marc Antony, 'Josphln *- and Mrs William Ford returned home Thursday after t
Each,. year, to some extent ,the state ,recognizes Lib Mr. Jones.. niter, Mrs. ,'-ft P. .By 1956 they had made Womda and Napoleon. Madam left Monday tor Tampa where noon and Mrs. BevU went to r
rary Week butthe: lack of profftes* In Florida Uft provide Browder ajBdMr.Brow<* r.Bt-' to make AreadiaiAvenue Butterfly and Lt. Plnkcrton.rpycofeontaa they plan to' make their fu- tile cabin on the river as. an .

adequate libraries, and b\ake1hl. a happy'wee........ JIIlW S. ,u... tioTe ,: and John Smith. lure .bome.*...;. Ford has 'business overnight guest of Mrs. Cur. '
to 'stem from the fact ,that libraries have no'afc-mmed = "'Qwn' hom.....'paacQ: ;and fccarlet O'Hara and Ahett Interests, on Nebraska gsneous. Then on Trtday, 'Mrs.' '
lobbies In the cities and count lea..And lit the Legislature the"gtiests*tmd'"lnvlfcng-them \ ff p UMtler. r Avenue.Mr. Gurganeous brought Mrs. Be-

of Florida. Almost every one appreciates that'we need" back for refreshments.The Mr.'smd Mrs. Israel haver'Wo ,\One arrangement class. will vis to Arcadia, and spent until 1:4'iRight *

more libraries and we need to Improve the 'one that we 'flowers, sent aa a com children a son. "EJm* Isaret' be devoted. to th* "Roma of and Mrs L C. Mefrldearrived Monday before leaving for
pllment lorbe
long and good of Marietta Ohio who visited th home..
Space Agn with
have.' A wholesome "sentiment li arrangements
public improving service the Jones Abstract baa his' In Thursday of last week ,
parents January becausehe
brary service Florida exists, but only by,.the organization given the people, bf DeSoto would be unable t Corn blue suspended from a glittering from Hamburg. N.Y. for a two This Way'' '' '
of more public; Interest in libraries and the meaning County,,were bea,\tlfuL 'There at 'this time: and''ardaughtetK'* canopy.Drapery. weeks visit with\ ,M n: MeBrld.'a Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Miller, W:* J-".

of libraries In our society, can'w<< brtha'TnewlnfluencesIn were artangementsj of red car Mrs: U C. Me Bride and ?jr. lighted! shadow parents Mr. and 'Mrs and house guest her sister To Dining Pleasure-
the cities and the nations }Jxutes, shojl screens reed lenslug. J. W. Israel. Mess 'Salty Nixon of Gaines .
county and,the Legislature forms pink gladioli 'yellowchrysanthemums Mclirtde; 'who cam doWrfTO I 1 .
and Doric
column will ville. spent the weekend. atEnglewood. "
monies and the yellow '
planningnecessary toprov.de I'OH" helpr" '
competent parents c.lebrsgathier form appropriate' settings forthe You're headed In th'right
library service _all the people In Florida, Berengla Orchids,, snap dra.gont'taUea'putpl Dold..AnnJ..I'7. The floral displays which will Mrs. Bryan Campbell spent direction when you drive Sn
.orchid.. Bird McBrlde'a live In Hamburg. include fresh and dried Tuesday in Clewiston visiting1 -
materials. her. Were
of Paradise plant' asters Dd.slee'lntenpgreed'with N., y. There will be a sec 'with'her brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs Chesterfield known for our
red and Deeause'of' recent death'' In Mr. and: Mrs. Wallace Camp. Smith and son Chet the hearty, satUfylng dishes
a tion of minatures and of table spent ) "'
and "
Tourist Club'News 'Often House' whit roses, 'white' and red the family the celebration was settings. bell.. and son. weekend her. with M r.. frWixflyservice. .
mums 'In a croitfcr of
eucalyp v' Informal and But Smith's sister Mrs. "
ry' quiet. Worley
.tus.. and'many,"'many more. their friends and relatives. did The expanded horticulture: Whldden and Mr Whldden. STEAKSf :
For''Mrs,8iirnsTh.4tromans"Club! ? division will consist of .'
The nh'eahrnena\&aba.. pre remember the with ported Rev. Raymond Hayes- left'today 'and'' wtih 'Mr. Smith's
mother
couple
Grilled
The meeting' place for tour sided over *by Mrs!' ''Claude cards: trod beautiful flowers. A plants such: as bromeliads;: cactus for Levsburg to attend Mrs Grace Smith. Chet spent te a 'T-na
latsi I going to Siesta Beach for buildinghas Jones. Sr.. waa covered with a begonias meeting of the Florida Con- rUtes, Salad: oj
brother", of Mrs. Israel's sent palnvi llllia Saturday night with, his friend
the picnic on Friday,"April 17. been reserved for" Tuesday linen embroidered and lace' them' < .' hence'*ofth )1etbodJat Board Ronnie Fromi:5PINE *
money tree with fifty and amaryllla, orchids and Hodges.
will be front of the Wornans .
n of
afternoon. April 21. 'for an Informal cloth m.de' by Mrs Ftord.mother 0 fobs' Evangelism.: lie will return
dollar bills from his fam- ,
Club Instead of the Youth 0 geraniums. Cut flowers will
Open. House for Mrs.llaydon of Mrs Jones' Sr. AU 'Ib". home Saturday. ;
Center as previously announc Burn, "wife of the 'appointments were ,of crystal' Include annuals and pen no Mrs. T. H. Jacoway and Miss POJibvn
ed. The ,lime is still 0.30: ..m. Mayor of'Jacksonville.second and 'silver.. The low arrangement MiL D. W. Brown entertained .'nil).. Then will be flowering Sally Nixon left Monday mom- :

AU we need now .Is good weather .largest city, In' the state. .of spring flowers flank "1';and Mrs. Israel and Mr. .trees, shrub and vine aa well Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wey. lag for their home in Gainesville .
Everyone .is Invited to ed the 'silver candle. rw 1 1 hlhalr'tapers' and Mrs. McBride by taking children Keith and Gene III.of following a week's visit RESTAOR NT
come.The .
them to the eslaurant for sn aa specimens of roses and hi.bistvs Eau: Calli' were weekend .
Also .th. Tourlat Club will' hours will be between burning'R f""""'" with their respective sisters, .. ',
meet on ;Thursday' April 23 3,90: p-m. and",4130: pan. tag. punch 'wss served- from ,'Anniversary! Dinner guests Mrs. Gene of his We parents Mr. anti Mrs. Bruce Davis and Mrs. W & 'TO.,..*.*/ ';

the regular meeting'date.; .ither_ end of the table Platters Oeceola Avenue.). Sr. 128 S. .B. Miller and Mr... Miller ._- 4 ," .J'.
On April 9,'two former mem* of 'party sandwlcha w.rereplenished -- --- -----_-....
ben, Mr. .M"*3Irs. Tarton, all clurana'1M r4- .

vlsted the dub Their ,home" BoatClub.Will: repOon' h .ursby+ Mr::. A. .B. National Lfbrory'Week .Lt;. and" ".., 'i... Kuigsmore I Complete? Line, of:Offide'' :: :

Is In Crawfordsv' ,' Ind. 'Mr. Whit'end Mrs* Uetvrn John*. Johnson. ; Jr," daughter '.r.. .... ,.
and Mrs. William Springer, Meet Tuesday ton.. who..atelsted 'with\ ..hoapl&* and Tneo-,_Hodges Nand son. Supplies'ForYoiJC "
Euclid. Ohio were.. guests. on vaiiue -ail during .u- after-. Thursday. Th first m..tln..of the season noon. : tat.fc.. ... "librertea In the ancient waa built by CIeopetr..anne- guests of Mr. sad Mrs 'O, C. -t .
Also ..
The ranks are thlnnVvg! On for the DeSolo County. The Museum shoiaeas. was world that the people at tors In the 3001s B.C. Scholar Ireland and Mr.. .and Mrs. I. D.CUer. 0 ;..
their way North art Mrs Pau* Boat Club, Kld Tun-*. a special attraction to all one city tiled to sabotage thewhen alter It contained more than Sr. Service and Repairs ,On All,

line Grotf. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. rug*..-w3OpJdq :rr''Apr6vll.;' :iv.'ts'una"srpw. 10':set"--r..1: .-':"T.to;.-..;ir. ..ttj :,00,000 crolla.. presenting Makes of Office Machines.'
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Mills. Mr. and interest, ...: cIt
Nr.'Whestley.Mr In the recreation room,of First the literature of all the known
Harry M. Zltglar. Mr. and Christ's' ** 'Church.Commodor .p. : ,' lea.of anc*dot long] forgo*.' 1' threatened' t4 outstrip. their world. Mrs. Lyman'AHe-1 of ''Tuoson. o AI and Nsl!I Bridge

Mrs. Walter Westenberg. Mrs. *':}t;:j jge 1. ""fall.""' 1 ;, ,.ii &t own;, After Antony the Romans Artson* spent Wednesday .... ; .
Nelson Ransom and Miss t ;.Thu "..r. here as guest of Mrs. Louie
Julia all It4t atattrar\n.nr. f +Rbt ,A Ube.rywli'lai took lea Interest In literature.and Morgan. Arcadia Office
Orcbin.. Mh. I..t\.
ben oC'Zba.dub.l.ataand: : \ + rrinowin fla a tent. much, of the library wa
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4 ,outof tOTrn't.d 'afewPwCv .'..C'J.irti1 ,' destroyed] during Roman ategTh -
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when the U-
*- *T hay WW!':sVVlA'"!tt t*t.... ... *' Arabs are hollered i Mrs. II. K. Rushing; Mrs.. R. Suppliers: t !
btlas3'ratalPifi bstin ft
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ttntter at the-! Rt.. *j. > +t began to ,to have completed dwetru- W. Thomas and Mrs. Veda .
.. ,,real 'on:'Wat ....' ..4',Min'ik'\>eta 34;overshadowing lien of the library In the A..TX40s. Pence 'rtxn-od horn Friday ca 130 W. Ook.St..' WA .tj

L ll".o.s liktlyelop.dnar from' a five day etch in North

K r.-'' :;;: .Ii t' > ....ts' !'.tsw**Aiesandrtana .0........ In Quebec City tried Carottaa..; Mrs. Rushing vtsttedtoUUvo -- -
aWVW ,VT and friends
\ .th* supply of to::unit to Chan
Initials and
.Published ever Thursday sBornla t\i; :>M7-M*' W.. It I Frencospoaklnc kite; Mrs. Thomas visited her
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Oak Btr..<,P.O. Boa no, Arcadia, FtoridaT****!. Karl JC! lWb..ct dote e. Mpyrvm stogy ;toJrrfganMuii. Th* Caaodlaa. In TO by mother Mr.*.- M. RatUfT- toWaMtrftlwro The Fabric S&?
hr" '
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he. fir ipeopMTK- "" .. kwe.teg 'tteurdtag'a
Nftbw.... editor-publisher; Margate( OVMslbWcerTMUl: ; = library thai had ; and Mrs. Peoc
ness maoager. Entered: Second CUM MaUvr. OctabcV.3t;*' ... .,..;.. ., .,lint (.arowod. (orvsonMthng-. to writ boots In oath language>. 'reports vlalWd'ber. rater Mrs.i P. EoI I 32 w. CHit St. ;

1934 at'the Tact Office at Arcadia. FVorlda.'wnder'Act, p't1. :. .astM- .... h.r. La'l I I t ona. aM aMl. skins. and World: Book: encyclopedia. Barb Mo; ..d otaver' rUUv, !. 1 :. 'Wu.4r31,1. ?

Congress of March >, 187*. ',' of"I I '';", ;'wmlV**> so'r...essp. a bettrrwrlUakg And Did you know that OaabottA LV > '-,.- -

Member' Florida Frees Association"" Natioa 1 e1u4Ste 4 has T I. ) MMterlaU It. e*.. -XT**'JUbranr of CUngisos was ::- I p Jr.d 1 .eeONfIf11fi 'r

..u.oc......, Ia..tiaoal.eo.tena *. *f Weakly; N9 ,,be r mead '' t-4.' ,...... areund. the prtvot co>- Mr. ao-1, Mrs.' S. E. Kagaa Sprirr9 Fobricst') '
: paper Editors. > ''trh btrnw wend "p.rel tcon of Thorn .Jeff-moss and gr--9d.iaiglitr Myr via -
Sigma Delta Chi. .
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Advertising ,, + w r w 'aeeoNLrg N lira ...... a.thiae Mr. "...'L, Tuckor as Friday ,
lUpreeentatlvos FlortAs Mchi, 1 1 t I ys>r.alsw*.1s aVbrary was Ity. Cottarreee pttrchasod. Jot .-. Carter. They apeol. Stisnoay -

Gainesville& Florida; Ainericaa tTnif sf !11'1 1t I|:_%*....tar ...*'1 Urn. Wing. But fers.-aV.Hbrary. alter the flirt ot PuaLa Oorda HosBMtal -

New York; --"Y-k; Atlanta O.ortiar_ M .....' '. ...... t #:th*'I I..i...our a wr Library .* Os>g>iae w..''b..r.- where Mr. )MaaTan fc o-
Subscription lUtofc .On Year jftO ....,.,, -.w-.' O. 3.r.. ed IslS. tine Ray Hagan was wry<< ID.fl' i
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TIlE ARCADIAN t" Arcadia; ; ,,'Florida;Thursday, April\16;1964 3-A

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Mrs. Whidden Softball League Arch *!q Literary ,|Thi>d. J'"M' n g.: !:teg i t u. tti.4.), n, d u-, Comdrt- ; M.. J,. ; .SINUS+


President ElectOfWorrransClub Officially Set. ClubvMet With |Of .Historical 1 Benson Guest

For New Seasoh Mrs. 'Newsome' 'p ,+ ripc: I f$" Breakdown: 1 G..*.iuick r..l* f. 1 tab. F Fa.
Of V..F. W., : .* lets up to S houe.. '.,
At the I Society*. Plannedt .
regular monthly mt.Ina t Ends need! M suffering It'
of the Arcadia Womans The DeSoto County Softball The Arcadia Literary Club i ; By Precinctsthere from sinus _8........ -
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Club Monday. Mr*. Jan Assodaticn will officially 1 met Wednesday afternoon, ;: The third m *Ueg 1.1 -.oft'1 h e Veterans of Foerlgn: WanDepartment o..anteed.At all drug
Whidden was fleeted: president -open its If6.t season Tuesday April 8. at the home of Mrs. Peace River Valley Historical are a total of 177 registered of Florida Sr.-Vice : store.. .

; Mrs. Joe Minoughan. evening at 1:30: with a doubleheader Leila Mewsome. with Mrs. New- Society will be held st V p\m. Republicans in De Commander M. J Benson of

first vice-president.; Mrs. Al at the Softball Park. some and Mrs. Edna Pickles on the second: floor of the De- Soto County and a total of Daytona Beach and Jr.-Vlce .g

Bridges. 2nd .vie 1 e-president. Even without the services: of as cohostesses.Mrs. Soto County. Courthouse.\ Tues 4580 Democrats, 'according to Comm, nedr Sam Friedenreichof (
Mrs. Tom Weekley. secretary a tall right handed Texan to A. M.. Dennis club president Nt figures 'released this week Rivera Beach were guestsof ARCADIA t DRUG -aTQRR' :

Mrs. Frank Rumsey. treasurer; throw out the first ball of the presided The meeting dayThe nominating*, committee from the office of Cline Hay- a group of officers: and of. C DeC01. Avet. tDONT 4\

Mrs. Crace-Smith. Corresponding season a schedule 'of the a<*> opened wilt all repeating the composed of ParkjT,.Dcyane.atScoring. man. Supervisor of Registration fl fleers-elect: of Peace River /

secretary: } and Mrs. Glenn lion appears to be very inter club collect. Mrs. Susie W. Brewerof Post 2824 at an informal supper I

Ebersole. Mrs. Rupert' Smith esting. Mrs. Pickle as book club Arcadia and C. Edgar' These figures broken down meeting April 11 at the

and Mrs.\ Bruce Davis. mem- The first game will pit chairman, reported% that the Brooke of Bowling Green into precincts of which the Post Home. The two state of. i
bers ot., the Executive; Board. Brant 'a Gulf against John committee had used the money will present nominations of officers County hs ISo are as follows; fic'als were on a weekend visit

Members of the nominating son's Grove Service. The sec collected Christmas from mem- and members of the, Precinct 1. Ft. Winder. 53; to all the post In the 4th District

committee were Mrs. O. D. ond game will be Boring Auto bers In lieu of gifts to each board for consideration by the Democrats, 4 Republicans. coming to Arcadia from

Dobson. Mrs. Charlie Hill and versus The Corral. other to purchase the following membership.) ; Tfce *election t'of 2", Owen*. 141 Democrats 0 Sebrlng. 4'

Mrs. William Dishong.Mrs "This, year, eacn tram will books; "The Scent of Wa BISHOP' GOODKN officers: and. members .otheboard Republicans.

C. E.'Adams, vice-pres play 20 games in league action. ter" by Elisabeth Coudge. will complete lb.; Qr..n- 3, Pin Level, 51 Democrats
ident presided over the meeting Ten games will be "first" "Upon This Rock" by Frank Attend MeetingFather tat\\lOA of the society, .' .. 1 Republican. ,

in the absence of the pres- games and ten will be 'sec O. Slaughter "Convention" by The principle' :"speaker "lor 4. Cit )Hall. Arcadia 934Democrats. GO GOCHOOLINQ
Idnt Mrs. ond' Each team will Fletcher Knobel and Charles JJE.M. Massle. and *\ ; (
Glenn .Ebersole, who games. the evening will be Wttjtam\ ; Republicans. rugP4.
is attending, the Florida Federation face the other five time during W. Bailey -The Lost Love" Richard Wood will representSt. II. BevU of Fort N.adei''bo' 'j3 ,
of Women's Club an- the year leaving five open by Thomas B. Costaln. These Edmund The Martyr Episcopal -. will present an episode 'of the S. S. Alabama Ave. (Colored

nual convention, in Jackson: dates for each/ team. books will be presented to the Church at the 42nd Annual Florida Dhlrd, SftI1no1.1&.\ \- ). 231 ,Democrats.. 27 Repu- *
DeSoto Softball Association Arcadia Library. Convention in Daytona dlan War which occurred' lathe blicans.e. ILOW YOUR TO

ville.After reports from standing officials a.e looking for one of During the business session Beach April 21,. April 22. 'and Peace River Valley,:,,. S. Qranae. Avenue. 53 It's only tiuraaa. to -W...

committees _.the meeting was. the biggest and. best seasons the nominating committee presented April 23rd. laterented persona 'are' cordially Demcrsts: :, Republican.. :: the roof." when you're. "hit e
turned over to Mrs. Lillian ever. Five teams to see action a slate of officers to Some 2.000 representatives invited to attend. 7, School: ,Bus, Station. 137 r by a disaster not coveted

Wright. Education chairman this year are sponsord by Boring be voted on at the May meeting of the Episcopal Diocese of Democrats. 39 Republicans. by Inaur._.. O.t |he

prefaced her talk by sayings : Auto Brantleys Gulf The ;. South Florida will attend. Presiding .. Bunker, 101 Democrats. broad coverage* of *mn
that many of the ,club members Corral. Central Transformer Mrs. J. L. Dishong. leaderof Officers: will be the Rio for the Church in Panama to Republicans (none). .Bt... ,Casualty HoiAe-

children are now out of Corporation. and Johnson's the program for the afternoon Rev. Henry I. Louttit. DD.. affect the life of' this country. 8, Brownvtlle.. 57 Democrats, -= 1. whichinc. udes protect e

school but that she felt sure Grove Service. read this quotat'onn by Bishop (Winter Park); The Rio Bishop Gooden baa served Republicans (none). - agata.t wind .Uiaft
that all members are interested Fans are cordially Invited Woodrow Wilson "You deal in Rev. James L. Duncan. D. D. In Panama lince 1944. The Episcopal 10 !Vouth Center. 1197 Democrats personal i' liability and ,.
in the education of grandchildren to attend each game for a sam the raw material of opinion Suffragan Bishop (Miami); : Church in the.United many' o"h'r perils.Call ....
and of the future citizens : ple of fine area sportsmen in and. if my convictions: have any and the Rt. Rev. William X* States took over the work of 4 1 t Republicans. rRrRJ ti '
the Anglican Church In ii. Recreation Center (Colored -. ". ,.' ..
action. $
,of the United States. validity. opinion ultimately Margrave. D. D.. Suffragan Pant ; .
"Probably nothing In our governs the world". The bookto Bishop (St. Petersburg). ama in 1919. ).. 293 Democrats 17 Republicans I
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society has changed more In be reviewed was by Glader Each of the lid congregations The ''work of Bishop .GoodenIs Raeee 7:00: P. M. 5 t
this century than the needs of Obstetric Clinic Hatch and Mrs. Dishong said will send their clergyman now being directed to.theSpaniah..peakln. 13. Noes. (Colored), S3 April 10 18 )
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the educational system and the he was noted mostly for his and elected lay delegates. people'of' Democrats, Republicans (none. PRggl PH8II J 8

methods used today that Plans Approved biographies of the noted people Headquarters will be the Daytona Panama. 13. ,Nocatee (White). 400 Cleead un4ay oRegular
the Little Red School had its of the world. Mrs. Uur. Plaza Hotel. The Bishop of Panamawall. Democrats 1 Republicans. ..

place. Children were taught CommissionersA ward Smith very ably pre- Held at the same time at the Invited to address .the .Convention 1/\> FV Ogden,. all Democrats .*aa.iiS00 RUPERT ''! K

autocratically by both angels sented the book "Edith Boiling Riviera Motel will be the An- in view of the critical Republicans.. : P. M.W.deeeday. X
and devils with the help of hickory "go-ahead" signal t Wilson" by Calder Hatch. nual Meeting of the Episcopal situation IA .Panama. eitd.. the la_ Court Rou... tSl Demo ee SMITH'' AGENCY
was
The hostesses served delic'ous' Churchwomen. need for the Christian Church er.ta. 33: Republicans.
sticks. And today, teaching Prleay' andSaturday =
given Tuesday morning by the 19 ft. D.t.te Ave,.
; has become a profession.That Board of County Commissioners refreshments to the following The Episcopal Bishop of Panama to be involved In Latin Ameri There t were 4.369 registered ... .

the requirements and for the co-operative: obstetric members: will be the guest speakerat voters al| the time that Hay.man MOO .Reaaved. r WA..1IU WA' :.t2stt.
lea.Bishop

training are continually rising. clinic that has been in the Mrs. A. M. Dennis Mrs. D. the 42nd Annual Convention Gooden will a'.o address took over the office. Stave I .,....",... "..d n .
That the needs of aU nations business hopper for months. G. Barnett. Mrs. Harley GOT* of the Episcopal Dioceseof the Meeting of the Episcopal : then, a total of 009 additional 0....... TusealsyAerll I: .... '... .IW i..d.n.
ner, Mrs. Lawrence B. Roe South Florida. The Rio R. Churchwomen the people$ have signed up to vote .
are now different and more The. plan calling for cooperative v. of. SINlahtly M w -. taw ens tw1yr
complex and the pace of life effort between the Mrs. J. L. Dishong. M r s. Reginald Heber Oooden. will Diocese who hold their meeting In the eomlng elections, making k10Matinees. ,

is faster. Time was' when a local Health Un'to Arcadia Charles Dlrr Mrs. J. M. Mor- address the Convention on the at the same lime aa'I the*. ..a total of 4.878 voters

child that did not like. school: General Hospital the County qua M r L Arthur Freeman. opportunities which are open .Diocesan Convention. County-wide

and did not learn very fast. Board of Commissioners and Mrs. G. R. Ebersole. Mrs.

was allowed to drop out and local Obstetricians, and will bean Hugh Jones. Mrs. C. P. San.

just might ,become, a, useful organized effort for prenatal dusky', Mrs. Rupert Smith. Miss
tho Ignorant, citizen. That Emily Smith. Mrs. Durward ..
,.. medical and hopsital '
U.s.. being a democracy,,where care of County Indigent mo- Smith Mrs. F. F. Rhode and mAWSHlD} tN' fj } "DlLUXE. v..,; y" .. .
the hostesses Mrs. Leila New. 01 ? t
each vote is equal to the ether then. v
children are required by Details of the joint effort some and Mrs. Lee Pickles. Bodcockb fi.0 t' 1

law to remain In school until will be published at another e' 3 ROOM GROUP.! /:;

they are 18, .And that In itself date as soon as the rules and

brings on problems as regulations have been worked Fish Fry Saturday .....
many boys and girls have limitations out. according to Mrs. Bill --14ALL AT ONI LOW.PRICE

on the things that they Whitlock of the local health At Ft. OgdenThe S.naoll.no111vlnoroet1' .) '' It j_ .t

canabsorb. Many children cannot unit.The group had been waiting Sectional. With "I
learn the theoretical sub- on the "go-ahead signal South DeSoto Community : JUvertlblo
In this day an unskilled ....... ,
jects. from the Commissioners which ,will have al| Fish Fry Sat. '.0"' shine' "A
man' has'' very little chance was given unanimously Tues- 'urday night April lath at the --..... 'AIC.UI'
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. ',.' to earn his bread and butter. day. Fort Ogden SchooL This will f... "
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so ,technical: and mechanical
I be a money making projectfor '' '
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course: are available in high the South DeSoto Civic ,
. h schools: and Junior coil....." Association. J .PAY'
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Patricia ..
,
. Perry
The speaker went on' to say Serving will start at 4 p.m. ,
that.tttero are still not enough e ,1.
and last until 7 PJIV. .I S
technical schools and. this ofcottle'ts''because' .I-fonor d Political speaking wil,- btart .. .. a AU 3 ROOMS ONLY
of thelack' : .... :... '1 .. M' _"' ( .. -" :. : ,
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at 7:30:: pad so gtf down, enjoy : : 117'
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of onbut that there should "" ,, ..
Miss Patricia Perry of South 1 1Hedley a good fish dinner and /t.M A ,
be ,many more to train- high Falls M.... Is an out- ,!listen to the candidate for 1 ; ..: .
school: students who do notget' standing student at Holyoke 1 their first public gettogetherIn ..

to so to college, perhaps Jr College where she is a I DeSoto County.
.
beeauee they are not college* "i'8"
Freshman. Patricia' is the I
material ,the first place but daughter of Major and Mrs. LEGAL NOTICEi .1. ,. .
still can be trained for useful .
Lamar Perry of South Falls
NOTKI o. eo.lelosuaa settsy
living in this technical and and the niece of Mr. and Mrs. ettsa. ... c..cuu c..aT & /i ."
mats production age. -- w .....by e- "
Earl Wooten o( Arcadia and __ .... /
Mrs Wright said that Florid ,___. a: c. .
Mr. and Mrs. O. Dye of Nocatee. c 5.1'00 -' : ::
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has come from about Rank .snde I :es :::. ] Ace SO00DOWNs' 2s.
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401 lin .the U.S. school: system She is the great-grand mesa. ...c..10. .. J-OO p.M..1 .0.-.-- ', T': esOYrIMCWptlt w'. ..
Into! the upper half.The daughter of the late II. D. E-: eev.v..S. N erI. .......... g ;.. ....... t..Mseef.
speaker, a retired. schoolteacher : Brewer a pioneer In DeSoto C..v .e Anal.e..wt..:tu.ee.: :: '--- .v_c....M ..... c....... ,....

: gave many Interest County. ,....ea"./ mwa..e. -e.d M ase a near, ..Aav.e. -N. tea .. ah.d.w---.. teals .
The news release came from" .. ..,e.. v ... Mq T.ai. ttw
in*{ examples of her enperienc- William A. ,Manus acfng' Director =..: :: was\ C...+ rrse. Va. e.lt.eei :\ teat. .225OO x r '

es while she was a.High school: : of the College, and said set w14 as .. w ..ta.k oegA bMIM -+ .... a.iaials/ t ,, .,.
coinselor| in the Dade County that Miss Perry not only made me A. S. WATSON sOuTN. rll.ed .eee ldy ,w r:: r "
schools.: She said that her work; west AOOtTtO N *....M. M f"r"
gratifying to her because the Dean's list, but she also =: '- '::'::'
was Very had the highest rating of the ": : -- el nSoleC..ewv. N err 4 N e/ u w./.e R
that she had rl..s.warr4 +
felt -
she
sOO pupils attendng the college. .\ .. nM Ar.rrd.A. ..... 0.- e.w escse
helped, many boy and. girl ..eAw._ w.r.d lit a ear
find themselves. She said thatbecsuse _--'e '. .del c-t. ens etyte NCNAaI .
it. Is true thai teaching .rt N *011. 5at.m,.., All Iesk.rk D....... .Here. t
is 2O percent information and ,WSUSU "eollTGAGS. a Td Preetwe Mee Slmbl. H...' fHt t1trN
and ministers for a Joyous full CnnoaAToh", a Ps olds ___ .
SO, percent-' inspiration, guidance sad happy: life. That to- teach Is -i i.weer'LIIA ......... ,... "
devises can motivate an
to motivate young' people to .
average student sufficiently( to .. MAt TAYtGm e sense S ,
learn to the highest capability.
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make them take advantage of What ,other profession. could Extra Urg a FamHy
aOil Silk'e
their abilities. Mrs. Wright ---.. at ...... bru
ask and
receive greater power ; $ ,
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real of all I ,
said. The purpose and Joy? ..... t k .,.t r
Guidance ,Services is cleverly The .. 'Ce.f'0i.. .9.N .iv 4
program wee enjoyedby A ..: .
ewef the early
estreated by sbJ
all the members and were I

guidance' people thinly -Guidance Johnny grateful to the speaker that .ells._ .L A AVAMC.su4 _. C..... .. .. A
.Is seeing: through she had brought so much information C..se 4 se TsCe.Gw''I.rAde ar
Jn. order to help Joluwynt see. to \Mm.JI.toe / ar

Johnny through".. In tc lading the. luncheon .A rertfeem..Gtaire .. t t wt

.net.talk Mrs. Wright said were Mrs.' T. P. Weekley.chairmen. ," frw..h'4. I'. I
that this is the month for encouraging Mrs.. T. W. Palma- -- ; ?MlTA,X .
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our young people 3o 'a
and that tier Mrs. Edna Pickle. Mrs. f- !... 3ArisiiO on M/i complete room
become teachers .
to Joe Proud and Mrs Herbert tee.es

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like.The: Pennsylvania Evening 1 Post. (above).. And r actual. chgravings, typesetting and ,prihtin g-1b' / of the press.

these' papers; were ,supported by advertisers, like to fe borne ,by local and national i advcrtiiirig. i 5 --Because there arc advertisers who want to tell '

HyasTaylpr, ''upholsterer, and David Pancoast. It.| !,the&same with magazines radio a d.teJevi.!{ i. you the difference between products, there arc

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advertisers, the paper you're leading ; Of course there's! always. tfic ; poMibifity that tlic I There arc some countries, you know, where they

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SERVING' THE HUB OF' SOUTH CENTRAL FLORIDA ," '.a 6-A THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida Thursday April 16, 1964|

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MISCELLANEOUSFOR LEGAL NOTICE'S CU..S AND INSPICTORS FOR LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
PHONES WA 8.8501 OR WA 8.1511 b.w.4.C5A1IC AND REPUSLICANPa1MAR11f
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Classified: 3 cents per word. Minimum charge $1.00. tEGALNOT. MAY S. 1941 AND MAY 24. 1944
LIOAL MOTICI TO DlomaSl.a5a
PRECINCT No I Fort Winder MOTICI OP INTCNTIOM TO ADOPT BUDGET
J .( PVSOael.N tho cerwrructlonf Mrs. T. FOR 14S
FISCAL TSAR
( Oorotny Murell. Clerk
Display Advertising In classified section $1.26 per FOR SALE.-.T For Parts 1930 SIN a Community Gymnotortum far the Mr*. Walter BomweilMr TO WHOMTITIITb.MAY CONCERN AND TO ALL' OWNEItS. ASOtC, ,
column Inch. Minimum size accepted- one Inch. 8 Buick Automobile B=s===== Oty of Arcadia. Arcadia. Flanda wuXba Gladys HortmanMr I ECT TO SOUTHWEST LORIDA WAn "..
Straight Ba9r received by the .City Councl' o( out* -.. BoOTweSPaiciNCT > ," MANAGEMENT DISTRICT TAXES t tChope315
Call WA 8-3197. G. D. Smith ------ the City oF Arcadia City Halt. An.cedla Me. 2 ..- 40TICIr? IfiorMES1f.fu.V.E In. compbonta .-.... and .fey
All classified cash with order unless Advertlsgrhas Florida 27 on or before 7:30: P.M.LS.T. Mr Ala. C. Summeroli..*. Clerk : a. amended* ondChapter 41-491, Low ktt>
'' *' Brownvtlle. TMf CIRCUIT' COURT OP THE ., April 144 at which time, E H. Florida thai the
ettablisned account with The Arcadian: Little 1941. a* otwended the Goveriuna Board of Southwmt FhxrldrMREVENUtS
29-p TWILFTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF and ptacothey will be publKly/ oponvCople "MK"" Mane A. PoorcoMr ,Wotw Management Dietrlct o pubfcc corporation exitmg and operating"
FLORIDA IM AND FOR N O/ld eod. *. G.. Orfez Coulter 'und rond by v-tue>of the tow* ef tna State of ": -. Intend* to adopt,
Deadline for Classified Ads, Wednesday 8:00 ajn.Classified CLAS1IFIID DISPLAY DftOTO COUMV of tne hoped,, Contract PRECINCT N.. S Plop Level the following f a* the come may bo amended, for.eaidl
IN CMANCIftV > OoinoSpecI'ICC. Mr*. Mottie G Mizell Cork District. for the ntN.wy.bo.rdpe.tw Nw 194 ond endm0 Juno 30,'19S,,'
1 set in eight point type. Average 48 words Ceee Me. 4J4O" f otr..w n.lnnwN. ba obtained by eligible I Mr*. Zulu M. Williama ANTICIPATED aCIyPT1" a BALANCES
CLAUDE A. CARLTON. 5enerai Contractor from BOLTONMCBRVDC Mr Edna L. SsMa
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w. ..... .... P........ free LUcV oC :/of HML S. 2120 McGregor Slvd" ,, ,.aac.r.cr N.. 4 T- City ...* perof'9 "'"-' _._... ._._.. S 90,000 S 514.900 5 604.900
f Box number charge 25 cents extra. If replies to ( -.tor tractor 14. prl... k* effect I BLACK,. of ,I : Florida. ). A oepoeil of. I Mr*. Mortio. W. Perdue. Clerk L !
4 Defendant ISO.OO I.I reaueodtor sasst., mt *ett I Mr*. Hattio 1--- or'h::: : :: "' 9,000 107.'SO n4.e5Q;
t- be mailed 80 cents. MOTICt OF SUIT Drawing_ end Specification* Is. Mr*. Maude ""'. Crawford'
torty /IN THE NAME OP THC stATI OF $1.4 .s.h G.nsr. Cen,actor I NSet'""' L Cob.., ..... .v......... _........?..__. 5 81,000 407.050 5 .....0>>
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CLACK oined .
{ by her hu* pey.ne rspredurt.o.i cost whKh Cost Hood B. Hording. Clerk : ,
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2NDUO Dfetrftkofer I bond fMMET S. BLACK, oloknown wu nef ba nNrn.d. Check* hall Mr*. Bemice K. Seiler. fr 'Taco en urrenf $430.102 $1,354.33''
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Menrao a. C, S, BLACK LOUISA be papab/. to .... Architect, Mr*. 4aomt Duke Leu T"for dMcounn 4..ioIl. .$1,7n..f3J.;
KLDEPFCP. a widow. WILLIAM' 'toe lull _.t at Mr .
i thedepOMt wiH Beulan M LevkY. t n1.mcNsns ..._ 2I.95S 67.109 59,064"Lkw
r I. MATTER and ItftNlf R. MAT .... ..,...,.. If Dnawtog., and. Spec it icKion PRICINCT .... 1 w... of A14.wont N.y.
FOR RENT ;; Ira Hi. wife: MARGARtTHI : ore returned to tne Arcti"ec'" Ayeone REAL ESTATE : HaP WANTED SCHLANOW. and If married her within .IO ... Dalinauent tOJie*. penottie &
3--= Reddoft. Cork
and :
our, If trio ua.d defendant of for opening of Sur. LMIion Willo- a.t .. $ ISO .500 1,650:
FOR SALE. FOR RENT-Furnished' apart ALL* or UNKNOWN any af tnem .are dead. Swb-c__...* may obtain- s.wb.ps iwruie Copland Interamt on fund .Invented :..._ 1,300 1 .OO 4,5$0, ,,,
cor tie* havingor end Specification* by paying repro. f*
meet, three rooms and bath.Inquire WANTED .Young man. will claiming to how any riont.. auction. cot< which cot will i...., be Might word Hill Totol ._ _..........._.._._ S-41S.7V7 SMOI.772 Sl.720.5o
\ Inj to work and to title, interest, error, hen) claim returnerl. A copy of the Plan end
1.2 and bedroom 202 S. Hillsboro. wanting Agne Boma. Clerk
FOR SALE 3 or demand by tnrouan, under Specification* may be onommed free George W. Bowie. / TOTAL _..__...................._............._.. $499.797.703.822 S220S4I9
trailers. $3993 and up. 25tfcFOR : learn. a trade must be 18 and or ae.ogaint....... dwli tnem ai.or grenre any of, them leao- e if charoe at the office.' pi the Arch-- Waeley..Hendenol* .. '? j+*..? ., ... .. .. *.... -" ,0
New. Many good used to chooce: ; I in good physical condition. Apply tee*. aoMonee*. lienor*. creditor*. Minnie L Redden
RENT *-- Small furnished loch Bid mut bo accompanied by a Data Joyce Sal lie. Alternate APPROPRIATIONS/ 4.
truetee HISfRYtS
to Mr. Claus mechanical or P. claimant ana : .. .
tradein. *
Best offer for .
from. your Certified Chech, c POICIMCY
Check TAE
ALL UNKNOWN or Me. 4-L.Ih Oroooe A... Foe CONDUCT Of AFFAIRS OF THE DISTRICT GENERALLY '
Barkleys. Statewide Mobile; house for rent Including: all superintendent. The Arcadian or tore MO novina.claHnina Sid Bond executed by. tho Bidder ... '"J- Hon. Sue McCoIk... Clerk Adrnlro*, ran 4 AcCounfma .
utilities. Call WA &4511 or rqMIt55 pretendma.. to hove. Surety Company licenced to do bu* M... ao.... C. Spire Penonal Service* .... $ 34,900 S 15.150 1 52.05Q
--- any ?
Homes, Highway 17 N. Phone, lien, claim demand. e> oI .In**.. In Florida. in a wen equal' .1 Mr*. Mary Lodd Contractual Service ::: :::: ::::: 33'300 14,34$ 49,545 ..
PR 2-3241 Wauchula Fla. WA 8-7971 after live: WANTED Woman,'ta work tna property or hereinafter In, aetcrlbVou and to- five percent (S.,> of tne amount C. A. Rude Commodit _........................__ 4.200: 3.IU: ,7:12.: ...
the total. ..... The Sand. .
29-c. ed. I Ie required o Mrs EHxabeth V. Trowick (Alternate) Current Chora. 2,100' 7950
29-tfc .with Honey and Bees., WriteA. ond each of, you aa hereby a guarantee that, d1r Bid I* palCINCT N. 7-( keel .... Oeraoa Capttol Outlay _:::::::::::::::::::::: 11m'; laoo t 16 oo .

i FOR RENT-Furnished' apartments. .. Perkls in care of The.Evangvllne noticed tnot a ..... In Chancery ho cepted.into and.the Contract performance. will be of _It ..oc-l Mr*. El_ Porker, Clerk .... ._..... .... '
FOR SALE Peace been matituted by tne above nanl.dpow.tN Mrs Len. B Roger Total .,._- .. .............. S 95.250 5 3.,2.. 8 13.466
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Private bath. Couple* Hotel, Arcadia, Fla. m tne above entitled. Court perly usw.Obfo*ucce *ful' Bidder Mr*. Lotto Newom ,
Shore Waterfront. C. B. S. only. 2 blocks from downtown.All "I'' 28-29-30-31-p nt yaw to _.toll"". ....... and will be execute a Performance M Denni* Toll ......MOM s> CoUoctor* .
confirm plomtiff'. title. .In Band covering and Inc ud- off VVovio .. S 20.000 5 7"690 Aij90
Home Furnished. Large lot. utilities furnished. $30 per tne fol..rng'd. and In De-to Ing o4l labor end. material*. The Per. :?:: Wllliom JAItamata) Eng inhering --- 5 _
Treds. Extra lot. Priced down. ( Sore GuiltIar.do formanco Bond hall be written I "In Carl I Clerk. Penonal: Service S 33200 $
to-wtf BrodwSow
month.. Phone WA 8-4793 or HAVE OPENING For twe : : the amount of. one hundred tcft.:::::::::: ::' 21m 5 :445
All N Section/ 4, TewrwrM$ 39 percent Mr.. Dor i. D. Poorer Contractual :: : 1 26 :
F. Budd. Hlllcrest Terrace, R L WA 9-2331.' 24-U6 ((2)) men or women to service SautH .onoa 29 ,fact, .ov* and I00*> ef tne Contract. Price'rapeeaki Mn Mildred Keen Commoditie* .............-......_......... 4.300 2T5O; ..... .
1 Box 488-11 Punta Cords Fla. orneepf trio IVi rileprop Fly tilled out Mary C McCua Current Chora** V ,
293031pCLAttmio FOR- RENT w-. New available., Soto ruDer'County Brush customers Florida. Dealersnow in De- _eof.and each of othe you era St'4yaw hereby ''No will be Qualifying t yld.r.d.NO ., 'letter. or tatement Mi.*.PRECINCT Agne* Atdermon.N.. a Clerk_ Becker. Capital Outlay. ..::'.:.::::::::::=: 1 :m' 1.300 'UM'2::

Vacant apartments. Down: making $9O and better' riot/l..d) and reauirerto file, yeur BIDDER MAY WITHDRAW A BIOubrmtted Mr*. Corwuello P dams, Total ___,._...__ .7'.27S 3 26..5. 'U9.92Q..
anwew to tne plamtif' Bill for a period ef Mr Alma ....
DISPLAY town. ef Cank.ploMit thirty ((3O L. *
Summer rates. Air conditioned.
week. For particulars filed.. day otter ,Oft CONSTRUCTIONPenonal ++r" 1
every aaamt you In tne obovawwifled tne date **| for the opening Mri Cora L. BoafrlgKt : V :
I DeSoto: Apartments, 202 write P. O. Box 706 Sarasotaor -. with the Clerk. .f of such 8id*. PRECINCT Me./. I-- .......... Service* .- 5 s, 5.00 5.000
J Ut .4 wftk Alt ''I.......... W. Oak SL 24-tfc :. Circuit Court of DeSeto County THC OWNER RESERVES' THE MIGHT MIL "Anna' No. N..bery. clerk Contractual Service. ::::::::::::: '271.00: : J 78:soar
_..... Phone 9241422. F rkla, on IHo 1 iTth day of May.: M refect any and/or .11 Bid end to Mow, Iuan.to C. Ferd Commoditie* 1500 i.soo334 *
Wetartreet Meet* cod H ,
Contact* 27-tfc l 9 eand to *..... a copy of .youronewer waKra mformolllie therein.ByPAUL Mrs Kathryn Capital outlay:; ::::::::::::::::::::. 75.000 253.130: 10,:--
FOR RENTFurnished apart- upon Leitner 4 Le.,..... P, O P. SPEER Mr* Myrtle lorm
CHARLOTTI (JEAN< ) MAMhHMwAMc ment. 202 N. Manatee Ave. Bev J49. Arcadia. Florida, plalntlttattorney !: 1 :. FRECIMCT Met IS Teeth Ceeter fatal ...w........ --.._.____.. 7S.000 3 541.430 S 414.430. .".
eteI. HELP: WANTED Needed .t *, in default el wnich the City Afe0dl. Florida! Mr L Eli obeth L. Cterke. Clark ""'r.
O. liLIR
IK. Mrs. Clyde; C.f'f'9IL..J niotter. alleoed' boou. Clark FOR ACQUISITION Of LANDS OTHER PURPOSES p'
BcarterBranch 2>I30.3142pMISCELLANEOUS Once* Full or part time manor to ba token a* _.._ by you MARGARET" WAY Mr*. Ruby r O Smifn. Personal :Service., .__._......._ $ IO.4OO $ 0,1100 5 '2'00. _
Office LahePlaela woman to servo Watklns a, decree pro confeeio entered aoamtt City Recorder of Mr*. Formie BrlttM" Contractual oetvico.: _. .. 4'OO. 2a.700j' .. .
IINII.:1.J'CLAsS Lia1. you and tne plaintiff allowed. ta pro the City, of odla, Florida -l G. Mentooo-y -..,.. .*_..--..-..:........:.. I....SO 1.550.
customers In Arcadia. Good .J April. 2-14. 1944IN Ollio Moo Craven (Alternate.) Current Charge __... _......? 200'>
---- Income. No investment. Set WITNk.rnM:! ;; hand"and .... official Nie1M: Capital Outlay> _....._.._. 6050 136.720 39),470)
iliDiti pu'Y- MOl of Mfcl Court tn. 4th. day ef Mrs Helen. B. Hilt, Clark CI
FOR SALE your own hou.Write 0. U. April., 1944, .t cc.dto. '1Go, Mil Vero .....,.. Total. 1.--.,,, 1 n.ooo 5 $69,220 1 '''7,2za': _. '
I 1 (UAL1 TMi CIRCUIT COUKT Mr*. Miriam s..ow.
Ruble Dept. A2. P. O. tiox OP TNI "
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FOR SALE Fish worms. 2 i LESLIE I. AVANT TwtLFTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP TNI M,. c.ldine T. W5,1.fda.. (Alten.oh" ) FOR Of'wilO MAINTENANCE OP TH DITIU WORKS; 1
JOHN PARKER 2447, Memphis, Tennessee. Clerk of the Circuit Cow, ITATI OP fO IDA IM AND FOB PRECINCT .... 11 C.55rdBr..N55. Peraenal Service. -5 )bM $ 2600 $ 2] '
blocks east of Rodeo grounds. 29-p By ALPHA ENTZMINCEIt OfSOTO COUNTY c-e.. Contractual Eery :::;" ;m:

REALTORHOMES Ben Lane Sr. Wholesale or D.C* ,. CNANCIIY MO. is.ua Wllliom ........... Clerk Commoditie* ".n._... Food m .." 0I
Cheraw
I AprH r .
I .23-30. i 19" NOTICI O' SUI< Sms.rMCK55_ Current M : t.l to
GROVES retail. MAN WANTED To manage THf B'CVOOAT. SAVINGS BANK Itooc Jane* I Capital Outlay, .==::::::. I$30 2.000 9,150: .
29-0 : 'N Tort COURT DF TMI COUNTY OF BROOKLYN Now York. Adan Mack= '
RANCHES and operate a retail Watkins !JUDOS DiOTOfeouNT: \ FLORIDA.IM Bonking Corporation lu1.dk.tII T. Marion' tAJtomota) Total S $a,925 S. 19.00' S ,..oe u,

FOR SALE Clothe DryerOE flout in this. area. (Would I .T.\ Plaintiff :wl.n: OK RESERVEVTnoma- S: V V :.J.,'
Corner Mil STATE' c:. *
D* 53311 .Waioh"'ct'-o"
( ) has had lots) of use, consider lady, 40 to 80 7..1 R R. DAVIS OeceoMd HOFVMANNngIe Willie Tyler Clerk. R..rw tor Contlnoencle. $ 74347e S ..12)193.470 ,..
Cast Oak and North D..... of for Can oolanca TTZ "
old.) Earnings of $123.00 r TO ALL CHIDIIOn AND par nn *' May L Melvin' 70.OOO 1 a.2oql0ut1Oy"
PIRtOMI
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but has lots left and Is bargain Trantfer ta TReorva
PafandonH" !' aPRECINCT for Capital 471
MAVIMD Sornay Frederick. Ir.
Arcadia Ph. WA CLAIM OR :
S-MJ1 week: from the DCMAMDS a
at $3893 With $300 very be.lnnlnc.1 A4AIMST SAID I1TAT THf STATE.. OF FLORIDA Henry Moor_ V'( .7.1' u

down ,and $3 OO month AtPolk' For' personal Vow and each of you. are hereby TOAny _unknown. IOOIMO*, hairy. Me -N1C.N.( T...l + .
; per notified and Qronto, Ie roditor. trwitaa*. ) $ 9.,347 5 204,5215V295.06 4'
CLASSIPRO DISPLAY; home write. M r. McOarlty required to praant any. .... .
.
ionao-, or ciawnlna Wulam
Muslo.
Arcadia Furnl slaws and by .
demand* wtucn you. oraimer thrauo*.. .aid., lIlU.it. R. L. .; Clark GUANO TOTAL:: 11.701.322 u.208.6.P'.
P.O. or .
ture Store* Box 027' Wllllston, Flor- Of of you." A.may dec..eed'IM HOFFMAN.' a> Wale ooamt woman end/_ :''ill: :. Cd Thiille ",301.000 Ina_---2--.. ........taI'Outlyk .ei .Kkd.d" ........ .
ettato R
da, 328B0. pAVIS/ tho root Lee $5.ord 1311, ./ 1944
dar A w
property ubjoct ./ nme
BUILDING SITES 29-c "-f! 2930.31cSERVICES of eoK County to tho )vd9 ,M.,, _,. matter Catherine TerrellPRECINCT M ..J-. eHae .f .od =:.. p.Ibnde. Water ..a""l:,
Call "'. of D.Ser County, Florida'at: he Me. 303 E- rood '- Bn okville, Florida,
tnEAUTIJ'UL henoby ..... 1> CWWte.Mra. ) > hearing will bo afforcSM to ail
WA *-** FOR SALE Frost Guard Refrigerator office in the court hone ,ptad Suet... boon fi .d .riotlfIsd : : or entitle*, mbiect to Southwet Florida. V NNrM ,eqs
(CJE:) 12.9 cU. ft. County. of Arcadia.. FwjrKia, wlitun feet, .f you by TMt ACVOOMT you JAVNO and --.. K. Heiiond. Clerk ... 'b..oct: : taxe*, their, .__"_ or aganl*. to appear before eels ..... .
DUILDINO *m calenuar -.. from .... tWna. ., I BANK: Mn Mamie O. Strew ant ,, ".
lots close to town. with beautiful Family size with 10.1 cu. ft.fresh the tirt oublicaiian e11144 notice.it York; Senfclna OP Coroarotian.BHOOKLYN. .a....New...." Mr*. Mao W Dye : Notice 00'c':..ON Ipp.n tho '
SERVICES Tree Two Coptee eoc h claim. or domed Will.1 WellmanJ "- Dtatrlct In occenlance wift* ....
trlmmexl In
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Oaks on paved road. food and 2.8 cero degreefreexer. ehotl, be In _It..... ..d Has aM 11..be.a ontrtleil cnm. and tnfyoMaro J ..A/'is/ S. WoWron CA"-to'" ) Dated thn 4th day of Aprl1\64..! II"l!
Electric and phone available.No Slightly used but like and removed also flrewoodj M- plac. el r..ps.K. end peel .l. Anawor *>hereby i Ms...raouirad Cork of to tnl ft'a Court.your ..fct SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER. ;

better location Trees new _when .po eeHd. Sold Licensed and Insure Call :::.. odd.be ... .5 tine. .Io.A., .$ end end to verve a copv. tneraof /* ttU O H3houd.: R: Oy. Clerk AttMf( /Arrred I /o: J JrkMfriw
e.erri I. qt' 95 Platntiff Plaintiff. A. McKetnan '
alone are worth the price of new. for $349.99, a real buy at Johnson WA 84243. _:J. .... M. .....ney ..... --en.len. noma a.d or oddre**. 'IK AttornayTwnoM ALBERT C. W. .L. Wood ,Alfred A. McKemon.N I IM

lots. Sea these and you,will $2 tMArc i'tiI4ic. Turn t." --1-.' V.1: 1i N" filing fee, of one _lor WrakV, Attorney o* pew 004 1 Con.t Frank Fmkbmor Tnomo.. M KHooroT KUoero.
buy. + ceo.- ..p. d not frot A onue. SI. Pat ibu o, ...... IrneM- L. Cowarf (Alternate} M. S nt rY AprRj.
05SO Ittll lore. .. 44t I .wvd I.Okr.* than : PRICINCT.... '14 -_ ,., ...:n. 1944J ITtw
:". lir4e ...... IILt .. 0IIK4"_" Ilsb.r.N: ve May It. Io4 ; fj,.,,.
ACRE trove 4 old. 2toFOJ t ttaxrtaT V .. IdwoMf DovwjA If/ yew foil .. .. **. : ... sp .,. ..... I .
years .-- oF nfeMo ant be entered"eVSrif Mil. a I Coct.tT ;T"
Priced at the Lot WIN you .. Tin OF :COVMTT I." o.Ands1 ,5.4.T151.V.. .
$30,000.Jarrett it. -
fa ,
... PAPER end Tettomont ef relief d.mand.4 InWw Cam- Alae P. .t IV.M. aiSOTO' ..... ei. .
SALE: Demos a gay .n'1t'J1Gl .. ., ""' 51T015.-4Y.1AalA., .f MM auohcotlon) WMO notice. I
AND D.VIS. LIeC4..ed ATM %Mlrw. IN Two ..
Hamilton girl .. ready for a whirl aftercleaning FM ........""""-4 ..... __ "'"" Oov4d$ C HollomanAttorney foracpia...noturo.. ../ MM urt balna for Mra. ft, \Punty (Ortomotar. 1M ai:...... ef .- demand ....Cpa4.. bo In of,_eficn.*v7and,clown not.
I of
carpets with DlI.eLwltre. ___ .. 1It .. ...- for l--. .. nertoogo rocordad In PRICINCT ..... IS Cear MaoM fLA': MACSCXTONJ' .hell toe to by |the .c laimontfby .
ooV'iS "
i Realtor .ernM.deMa P.O' Bon 1070 Hf pooa S3 9. *'* Mory M.Lon0ford."" Clark >* ," .. .. =..
i a *. re* A.*. 4 ...." -flent 'electric sham* .:ir ... Arcadia. Florida al..d.' Itec *1 De" c- Mr*, frerve* A*: Pgaur 70. ALL calDrrott< AND P.*ilmo tea ef ana ......... and ouch
".00. Arcadia Music- 3-4117J. w. ... l..ne rr.a.le end 'McM..31. 'w''t.: cr-iftGT Mra. Clara "k" : Nuny51N CLAIMS OR DtMAMM claim or demand ,netTp Mod ..
3-9-1 Ins .
pooer App $ anoH.
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A M...... ..,. : .. Mr*. .....
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ter P55ch .NIT SAID 3.
.1n.rN ms ., .. AIe"-: ': .q t "".n'.1 bo .... ,
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HAM DOWD BITTY AOMtW furniture Store.FOR 23-tfc .. Mr*. Some L. (A55r ..) IJ',"_ and each of you. ant. Stem Stotnhi7
H-c (IN TNt CIRCUIT COURT OF THt -:::. 719.NIdueWd rn Plot/ '' f.... and required to pr...erHy .ev A* admmwtn/ntr of tna ,Ee
TWIiFTN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT s MrV Mottle. n'uby Cleri.C ... .
:f'bs.,; holds Duncan. y. tote of ,Cio. Mo* S. 1.n.
SALE CLA$3l1110 FLORIDA IM AND FOR DtSOTDPlaintiff ......" anti .County.... felteema. : to.. Mr*. Grace O. Smith ,(?2i ; .4i.e- aonhm the Cla ii<<,: wVrtl. wul --...
Home FreeserJE D11PLAT : COUNTY 1M CHANC"Y decrib.ed Perry W.. Moe Seeton. d. a.N Hwvh GStAttonay Jena*
FOR RENT ( ) upright 10 cu. ft. toe ....... ... 0.-. .. .,bd om* of pna.il, wntcn 'or* Samuel C. Menderan .. >f *eid County: ta fir. County for Adnw
C_ N.. 11,71. In ond oermonentV tnf > M** Ftorenca .. Cougheneur. '''' .ridge of Delete County Florida.. at IO W Moonena St. '
-h1 on new larger OX Good HI..IIIT HA"t Naw4 M a opts N ..is .kWMe. 559.| off MOM,**.-ate.court .hex. .* of ...., CO
LIPPINCOTTELECTRIC .wot on Nid Iso. I .......... te.-t..2: : -f.JwY.; : '
condition and only $99.03 with WITNli$ n.y 51./54 ..td .... sees APrlt 14, 1 County at Florida. wrthm ,. .. ,94CLASSIFUD

FOR RENT Small furnished $10.00 down. Arcadia Music RUiN I, HA', ,! .....' .1..1a.. Arvedte, o.s... DOPVAT 'V-Cl 'f UAisI".Bi DtSPtAT CLAS4FI1 DtietAYJOHHSCfrf'S .. I
*0Wy. .
house for rent including all 1 I Furniture Phone : o.4< -
WA
Start I I ...
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utilities. Call WA ...:n I or a.72al. .. *"' ... OP LQa1PA TO"t IT 1 td t.tk,)
Deer FleM Bead II ITATI .. B1 .. ..
WA 8-7971 after five. 1. Pf.55
tt..e. -.... ... *...... 1011 Kent/ or* ,,.ITT *>tt Court THII SERVICE
29-c W....... Me..CMwne AL>MANOTKf : A .
'M44l.. .nUa'' 4V Cetnnterolal V- _. ... Daourv. Clerkpr.1 i
PUN SALE Hr..... new $0calibre a hereby" Itset euit .
ron for cUvorco Joss been, filed loOl. MoyAVAMT. .7-I.. 1944
KENT Furnished house. IB Il44trl4lsiiNOTICI ag.lait Licensed and Insured '
shot Army style 1 :1
,Ary LIpalMeeM, = M it.e obeve rTied sea end : .. :
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Reasonable rent. Located cur automatic rifle, $77.77.' Tins ,....., ...... ........ era written.eeawed tetiin..... ro .... Seer. OPAU _f'it% -

ner of Hernandu and Hickory. ly's feed Store, 8. Orange at s_I 1e.... 1T you sea. won Rotary J v: tF C.... ,. o thoaeeta. FtwwrerN. to fmel decree'.at ...... Tr..s"'DemS3 i : :.
Call SUm StaUtls WA 8-7841. W. Magnolia Street. WA a. ter -I-'N <10I 1 Mows 3ieas. ; .INN-.,.'kr'r"'N e* 1144.39 en. ; Trees Trimmed ..

29-tfc 3201. 23UP 4..,....'f'c; :: original of Court: Mi Oelota c-A ef the- ,"Circuit. '

-r I tne PflP'i' ityleet eourt on *e breia Oatkot Cue ', r It, ..s : t- :
FOR RENT-Two unfurnlshd d FOR' RENT Unf..rnl.hetf. tne 24tn day 3 1 1944. If you erWr far .eNe and elf to <- RemovedFeeding" Tree Surgery ,

houses near the BaptistChurch house J'hone WA e.I 112- NOTICE: .rI will not'b. responsible ted ey to bo aw entered o. a)) ogoin ducraa wt pro ant l.,*gr and Lot beat* o. Btocfc bxMar IS.far'LINCOLN coon PARK '. ,., f) ,

In Nocale"' Please 26-tf c for any debts made rewef rfamoiiued m tne t-r-: : w p.r --....... r55s In JeSetwo)
phone WA 8-1880. 2i.Uc U* WITNttl WHIRfOF.. 11.... nereteet CwT4y. f-:::., : Cabeling'-; :
between
by anyone other than myself. tne twf .f 11. 00 .eNNk'k
my land and) effhrlel' .... ttw
FOR *
-r SALE: --UeN) oae AAy.' ,
-- ftanfe. 34 of w .00.'tkNk r M. i
Julie W. Calnesv cloy Marcn. 1944.CLAUMMD .
FOR RENT Available' April In Oeod Condition De8 M" 'f U... wey oi A.v tS. A. O. 1944"it th. '\
......a.14O3..'il (3ALL AV.NT W. Irons deer of *tw/ Delete County Firewood
.1' ( L1/ L r
1st. A very nice 2 bedroom+ Gas Company. ..... WAlaut84M1. Clark N ;l ; :. -
e. .
horn. Completely furnished.Atlutte Moferamlly 3. ALP,4A I t1aMh..roiarlLI. K.I.CrcuilAVANT: .

only. No pe''". Call WA SAID----.---- 'W.. .... .a ,Cluck Des... cwliw iarkr P ,I" tt :: .. CALL WORK GUARANTEED ; 'I J

' run : cow .. A "
.780I..
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23-Uo t .. Route Box 305
First calf .1.,..,. Heifers that )-oOS.. ...... show r55.N1 Apr 14. I 144OTH8P4 t Time Payment Plan ,.:JebrlO'! :

FOR RENT=i--: ;d.r;. will b* fresh soon. Priced .... WANTED OeM Dad pl.. hoe .-..-. /sows, Phone_vv'A 8-4243 Arcadia. .... :

furnished apartment. Close j 0. sonably. Contact E. W. Pal-. Will {trad on new fwrnluur' cR a, Are ....9$5. I ,LCOAL8 Free Estimate*; V> ta'G fda I .

ground floor. Inquire 60 NorthMonroe matler. GllchrUt noad. Pbone k now piano. ARCAOIAMUSICIVRNITUTU : NSTKtFaCTNITI.0$AaaI BM ON PACK 8-A ,

Avenue. Phone WA : STOItK.>
8- WA 9-4341. -- ._
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8783. ..... I == I..er.lry..rf.... N the -::: -L T 7 CXAtMPKD DCSPtAT a" = I T "F:" '' -1 j! 5 c .r i L1 CtAldlswsr BccPtA*! 3 ... '.

38-J7-18 : eat e M.sw 0. -r.-..
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t FOR RENT D.:..w.. lit CLAUIfllD. 'B41FVAYTKACTOMU- ----I 'VOla S 1ft M-... tO p":.AS.4.psM. .. '. ,

Glurla Avenue Arcadia. IU- MAYILr ) 0'- Pass .N 1.1_ M .
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decorated.' $4$ per month. NS.. Lown e Vojnory V. Dods U .. .... c wtw c--. N 0...-.. OINSWAKTIU4R ,

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_Pfcns,. 'SpochilTraining : I'i: r4" AUttaer Mystery; Picture "'Needed For Officer Sludiqd '

: -J\slmne" I Is the term applied c' \T-Ivo: VICTOR R. GEARHART :;
try Stadjf"] "' | ._ t' *. *'- I Entering School by County Judge Our,.i i FUIMM i! -i'. \ cxs wr' hdcl f I
; 1, -eat'roans man wile Is this week's mystery "The DeSoto County Board of Hay to salaries dematiae. b.> from' the First C hrtttlott cau.) .. h Funeral services for VictorR.
A DtvisiSd Co-eperAuv. p! ,life as born in :Monticelkt. Georgia. August 17 Health today urged -parents County Child Attendance officers. for Clara Catherine Waters; Oeavbart who. died April !

o$ Training survey wtd unhtr be Spade :b U. j tirst earned to .Arcadia; 1912aVthe'aget! !WhO' haYe children starting to a title he ub.. "u..4td i.. 87. who dlJ at her hoiBtc on 14 at "y fines, win be co.i- 1
in DeSoto County: the of 2O. school this tall to obtain copiesof place of the otu-..sn.u e\. the1 Nocatec Road Aprn fS. ducted this afternon. Mr. Gee '"
auspices of the- School Board.it the birth certificates 1mrAeoistely "truant officers.' with Rev. RichaiU Homer and bete m 194 from i
was decided at the regular lie lived In and out of Arcadia until 1925 when :At the request of County Ray. B. F. Willis oftMiatmtf. hart moved i'
Pa. He was a 32nd \ ; t
monthly meeting Tuesday Altona .
: PTA's Judge Haya had Investigated Miss. Waters u I housekeeper. .
At the Me
he moved here to make the city his 'home same time Dr ,
morning' !&_hlkn, director of the bOard. salaries requsted by moved here in 128 from Jen- degree Mason and a member = ,
The DCT program which Be, was married in cautioned that hospital certiflcates such officer as far back a. two ninvk.' Florida Survivors Include of the American Legion and e
provides on-the-J o b trainingfor are not accepted' by years ago. in his talk with thev.Oflnmaieners her broth It.: Euelt. Gib- of the First Baptist Chunh. f
high school juniors and sen. 1915 to a young lady acb4Mls.: : Off.ctrl bitch certificates he presented the MwiMn. Kla.. Kermit, DaytonaBeach He was a retired employee of y
ton, is a part of the curriculum : -- from Tampa and the- are Issued by the Eu- idea ot hiring Mrs. John n..d. ; Ben Ft. M er'; Leon the Pennsylvania Railroad. k
of many high schools over rt.au of Vital Statistics and the well, Jr. wno has agreed to and O. D. Waters. Arcadia;
the state as has proven of aid have two children a g;: ty sR county health department. McLaughlin take on the Job for the nominal and two sisters Mrs. Alma lie is survived by his wife.

especially to students who was and1' a boy, and six also advised against sum of $1.200.: per year.' Mrs. Weetberry. Dunedon and Mrs. Mrs. Dora Gearhart of Arcadia -
probably be unable to attend grandchildren. waiting too>> long to obtain a Tre dwell Would work on a Florence Johnson. Greenville. and a step-daughter. Mrs.Pearl .
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college. birth cerlifcation full-time basis, and M a retired Fla Jla)_. Ft. Pierce, and ;
Ine survey will be under Read the clues \ school teacher I Is highly: Active pallbearers were Herbert four grandchildren. ?
-anIRRT HUDSON care- Appllction forms be ob-
may
the supervision of John 'WiUi
qualified for the Job Juu ,e Karnetfy. Jack Brltton.
fully and if taiocvi from 'a county health will be held from
*-* IL V.A o-oliluator of Polk you can Hays said. John Wynn. Leon Strickland. Services
,:: ,"'u ion.r County who will bring, ..In. name the mystery man I department but a letter will ,Under present conditions Eddie' Alsnbrook and Alvin the Roberts-Grady Funeral '
.1 team o. experts to contaClocal \ adequate if It contains all local 'Deputy Sheriffs have to Proctor. Home Chapel today at 3 p,m.
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;P rlor.. ,fIn merchants and parentsto write his name and the1 essential information.' Investigate all reports of tru- Jloitorury' pallbearers were with the Rev Sheppard Bryan .

-' see If they will cooperatein : yours on a postal and Application must include the .X*.' &ii.* tones up time the Fred 8mol_, PV lUrward.. officiating.

\i ConcertsA" the program. mail to The Arcadian. name full name of the of father the child; full; the maiden full Deputies need to sp nd else- Vergil Kellan. II F. Yillks. Pallbearers will be members C ,
: Wilder then takes the pro wh.ae. (Hay said( Jake H Gene Garner
You be winner 1 room.
may a of of the Men's Bible class of tho
the
.. resident name mother; the day t
*DeSoto: county cram before. the juniors and He requester that the Karl Hirt. Jimmie Murphy Joe .
attending tne 'University of .seniors wnd ''Will participate Final Clue month year city and countyof : County match the S C ho o I IAMMUU Katliff and Leighton Fpwell .First Baptist church.: __ {
"Florida" Is'oh 6 concert: and by bringing before them birth; whether the child ls
SoutK I lunas, each paying one Interment was in Joshua .
tour":--with-the" University ,or students who have worked under "}le's worked at many kinds of'work male or female, and th.'Child'srace. half of the stipulated solar Creek with Kobarts-Grady. I

South' flbtd( band.: the program decides the Public. and private also; The original. birth cer- to hire M,.. Treadwell. The Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. We Salute
tificate number should be Included
Te11ldso3ois"'of': : "Mr. number who would come under School Board has agreed to .
Fishing and golf his hobbies if .
possible.If
and'' Mrs. E.'D. Hudson of Ft. such .a program here.' Board meet those terms If the County
Ogden 'U "a baritone koI61st members seek to determine If ):opt,him_always on the so I t.* the child was born In another will agree' and to let Mr*, "-" t
and Will ing The Ogden Nash it would be feasible to begin state, the certificate slate.must Treadwell' begin work May 1. h t
Suite" J'n"'yen1hi''' the hoard to act another
A up appointment
wallet-
." a .Manatee High :School on April Under this program the student full photocopy or a ed' further figures which the
with Ware to facilitate
22.'[a**!'Safasota Junior High spehds half-a:<: lay in"the sized berth registration card Judge agreed to supply on an"approximate" .
1 Census: Will Collect encased in plastic may be obtained the Chambers' new program
School -on April 23. schoolroom studying: basic from the bureau. The bests, and the of development of Peace
X 1BW graduate of DeSoto the day employed by local motion was tabled for further .,
River to the DcSoto line .
, t type wanted should be specified si s
Hudson received course and the other half of
study. 1)aRobert
High School,
mdsilt3f! Instructions' from Mis* merchants in various Jobs In ,f= tiLocallyFact. A fee of one dollar for The second Item Judge Hays local and tourist attraction for,
Work each. card must fUhlng. boating And picnicking
copy: or accompany
Lrtna"""Moreland.. He is now,", which 'the students are Inter gur. the application.The brought up was the exchangeof Before honoring the Cham
Everett ested In his oW1'oru .
study a2 under professor making a career. personally
board also suggestedthat ber's, resolution to prohibit>>
Anderson' or the U of S F. Wilder works under W. P. furniture for furniture installed .
in on employment and local households will be combined before starting the first ( commercial. fishing m the
The Ogden Nash Suite Is Danenburg. Area Superintendent by the county. Judge Hays
four movements as arranged of 1><.,.. in Winter Park. unemployment will be collect. with that gathered In grade the child have' all the'moved his onw furniture into County for the sake of sportsm -
ed In the Census Bureaus Cur 350 other sample areas of the basic inoculations against who. 11)48 ,-n and tourists In the area
by Jerry Blftk chief arranger Cost of the survey would be his courthouse office In .
lor;', |he. United States All mostly mileage for Wilder and rent Population' Survey In this country: to obtain national. opine couch, polio smallpox, and has been using: It since.A the Hoard wants to hear expert ..
the week of April timates of the employment dlptheria and tetanus (lockJ testimony from the fishery
Force:' The movement are 5 Ulan, between Arcadia: and area during April chance to dispose of his
20 it announced' today situation. Similar inquires ... J Jaw). biologist.
Thoughts Thought after abu Bartow. The Board passed the was furniture for "charity win
< d.,1'party; Seaside Serenade -: motion without opposition. by Director Thomas. W. Mc- are made In the Current given by the Judge ash the tea-
; The Lama; and A CaUtion Whirter of the Census ''Bureau Population Survey each monthat School Boad lIOn for the tavlfillbllly Singers: Harp regional "office Atlanta. the request of the Bureauof he didn't "need or want anything MUSCULAR
ist. ?'HarpoonUU, Channel : Information furnished byLoyalty Labor Statstlcs. U. S. Department SetA elaborate tor his office
; Fire Destroys Meeting : ACHES-PAINS
Labor. Heino
Swimmer,' and People First of furnishing. IWttween $33O and
in'Ltnrf' for World Series Tic- Frame' HouseArcadia Census Bureau Interviewer call m ..iing of the De 9400 was named aa the approximate Take PIlUVO tablet when you
: ;Parade who' Will visit a scientifically. Soto County' School Board was price the County would want temporary relief from MANof
kets.Hudson's' performance cred : selected sample of local households set for Monday April 27 at have to pay, minor aches and paint and body the
its include' leads In "The Mikado tFlre department Planned May 1 ire April nclwde: Mrs. the Courthouse. It was announced On. motion by: George stiffness: often associated with MONTH J
and "South Pacific". was called' f"out last Thursday Lillian R. Helminger and Mrs. here Tuesday. The Proctor to buy new furnishing Arthritis. Rheumatism 1I ,..ItI. -
in''il t 62 at Long Reach Cal:. at 4:40': a.m. to Luther's JunkYard Resident of I Arcadia andDeSoto Earline G. Doheney. Sarasota meeting has. several Important the Commissioner agreed un Is, Lurnbagn, backache and
308 Alabama Avenue. County, are urged to Painful Muscular ache LOM
ifornia.Jie was selected as one : Items Including the appointment animously.Forrest In
of the winner In the Key Club where a small frame house bring their cars and Join In the of teachers, on the Ware, fishery biologist these discomforts or jrowt'
International Talent romper Inside the,'' Jut X yard had Loyalty Parade: to be staged fends. with Florida Game and 1 I money back At all drug. count ARCADIA

on..He also received: consistent caught fire'when a gasoline May 1 In downtown. Arcadia County. Official *Date for the regular meetIng Fresh Water Commission'was rrs.Arsarfla. Drue. L Delete H, a. HSa eyN H."lck.
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superior ratings in Florida stove 'exploded under the sponsorship' of the To"Convention' ? of the Board has been scheduled to speak to the 1"T1'lJ'8 :-- up.rlf"len4tqt!"
Vocal.'Association state con- The' owner of the Junkyard Veterans of Foreign Wars and changed from B ajn. second Hoard at 10 ..m. on n>> |
tests., : had turned 'on"' the stove to the American Legion. Tuesday in the month to 7 ctrl fishing In Peace tnmer'l I Gulf.. Lila Insurance
The .?young singer student Is t.:1t warm the house when It ex The parade will originateat Matryd;. : Tyree. secretary-: pm. on that date In order not the request of John ". { Company
ploded. By the time the fire the Methodist church auditor to the Board of County :
In his sophomore year at the } area. to,conflict with the meetingof manager of the Chamber of
:' Tampa schooL was well Under way the man go' south on Orange street to Commissioners will attend the the'Board of County Commis1 Commerce, but failed to ftp low cost 21. I. Main at.
had moved most of his' possessions Magnolia then eat to Vol usia. spring convention of the County >4rs"whlch' Is held ., .9 ..m. pear before the meeting enl WAUCHULAPR
I' _, ...,. out of the house to the north to' Oak and back to the Finance Officers Association : on the second Tuesday each ed. I I WANT AD a!. IlaH4t
yard. The' house was a total point of 'beginning; to be held May 7, 8. and month. Daniels was requested by
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Road Violation logs ,Over 100' can lire expectedto 9. In Sarasota. I .. -- -- ----.-----

A stucco house about five Join the parade, with all Wesley Roberts, president. of I !
t Given :Study feet from the burning shack city and county departments the organization will presideat l
was undamaged. The firemen taking part along with 'mem the three-day convention
CommissionersHerman: returned to the station at 6:10ajn. : bers'' of the veteran organisa which will be held at the Azure : 1 I I "
: Uona. Tides Motel j CHEVROLETmakes I ,
,*Tolbert, fregro employee 1.----; 2:: ", y : ;
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of Roberts' Groves arrested .
'j April I. 19O4 for "de {

struction of public property, I f fI
was .the subject of discuslonTuesday t i

morning between of trucks
WendalhRoberta, hi* employer allhive types quality
and the' Board of County Commissioner -
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Rob tt* speared to "make s- a. ,
restuuuon and pay for dam- ;

ages" caused by Tolbert when ___ _; ;_ __
ae drove a tractor-disc down. : ,' if i S ':'T .

and over the new River Road.
at FL.Ogden. Ii Htx }

rfclHrig Giving*Tofberts as hi*' release.reason lor Ro- 1 1 I s si si 1 ,

bitfts stated that there was a i \
"I"1 c k pf experienced: grovefeeds' i

and Tolbert was a good b_,.
W ker' +
]Iarold Garner chairman of -... r i m
the*! Board said that the disc 1
cut In the new highway were t r a,
r>s) ''a problem 'at. present ,but' 1
"what. it will awe. later .Utn '
> question The cut la the + : '
road penetrated to' the base

bob and over a period of time / 1
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w II| -allow'woter domore t a
seepage A. r ,a ad tu-a,
in* and more damage, / 1
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Gsrnet sale' Saaittaf tttirt .Is.r
The matter" was referred to ....... '....., ,.........,
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.1x'0 that charge oC secondary' } a..r i 1

rqfds. The'matter was'not under -. 1i

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Albert was arrested by DepetyTrtmc ,
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Kelly green. will Wt''ta14' .n.wet i br....ei$ >.Filai.Ff.C ." g /
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** tow..land cities for etg. .t 1

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N attended the wedding Mr. Banner'Yea :,
.. and Mrs. W. W. Pritchett'
I. .. Nears Brownville" They stoppedIarld- -visited h Payments to 'month rc.
; trout witty$ relatives In several placeson during the early
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Mr. Sm Ash and Mr. Taft ;j ar for the state
MRS: W. W. PRITCHETT day .tt rnoon. and Mrs. Stanford Murphy last h e returned t o"*'*Milwaukee, Dyeaa; spent last weekend off .t 1 1 State Industrial {tln.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Long A\II) % n Murphy was Sunday Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. IVls. on a fishing trip. Worley Brown. .=-- .'
md son Wesley of Cleveland dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Conerly, Mr. and Mrs. Cpl. LaRue Jacob and Pvt. Payments' in January. } 1
!. and Mrs. Farnfe Whidden were James tisdal and family. Sam Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Birch of Fort Benning Moves were $73OS2O lower lIhf.n I
,Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr And.. Mrs. Francis Mer- H C. Davis and Lelon Murphy. Ca., were vMtor In the Chamber 1963 and in Febratt .; et
Sonny; Ritch and family cer called) on the Tlsdale family Mra. Sam Ah and Edwin community last weekend. The DeSoto Chamber of $837.221 lower _
Visiting In the Sam Murphy ; 5 turday afternoon. Smith called on the G II. Mercers Roy Stewart and Bonnie Commerce began moving Into In the Sarasota total,iwhi
home over the weekend were Mrs. Eunice Mizell and in Fort Ogtien' last Friday MIckler visited Margaret William Its new office at the A.C.L. InCludes DeSoto County} pay{
Mr. and Mrs. Paul' Murphy afternoon.Mr. ment were down $78 to> |
daufchu Lorrie spent Tuesday last Sunday afternoon railroad depot Wednesday afternoon """P33
'and son Sammie. of Clermont with her mother Mrs. Jack: Da- Spencer. | Smith. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pritchettand It will take about one far Brown said. Out of that-32 unemployment
Mr., and Mrs. Davidson and vis. Glen Smith and, Mrs. Emily son Wilson Mrs. Ruby week before the task is fully ; compensation of I
Mrs. Mash of :Arcadia and Al- Mr and Mrs. Sonny Ritch: Westphal motored to Tampa Jfewberry and Mr*. H FFipp completed. :A formal openingwill flee reporting 29 had 'de-1
lison Murphy of Lake W.".. 'and'children called on Mr. and last Sunday to take Edwin spent last weekend in be announced'' In'the pear I crease* and only three had '

Mr. and Mrs. .Murpfcy qt t,Mr*>Qne Williamson last Fri Smith. to.... the fafrport where Pub Island S. C. where they future. ,' ""' ,. ijIi ;
Mr. and rs. George ,Conerly day night in Noeatee.: Mr. and j" ,
Mr. and Mrs."George Conerly
.Mrs. Williamson are proud par;
spent Monday fishing at Horse' creases.SINUS
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Creek, they: report a very I From Ona .. ..
good trip..Buddy (1.a.t( Week's News) '. : ,4.
Hurst and' friend }Mr.*. 'Rosalie Dozier, Mrs.

from Homestead Air f ,Force PentOntragola.'' Mrs. Sadie Py MRS.. MABRY MURPHY Frank Walker this week. Tim Jim Mercer.:Sunday. NATALIE WOOD AND STEVE McQUEEN appear
Base were dinner guest' of Mr. Webster and Mrs. Bert Howard Week of'!April 9 my and Kelly are staying with A Revival is being held this on-the screen for the first time together in the new Sufferers

and Mrs. Sam Murphy; .on spent Tuesday In Sarasota. The county. grader has. been their grandparent several week at the Oak Grove Baptist Pakula-Mulligan. production for Paramount, "Love
Thursday I Karen tlurlock of Arcadia lout thia week: grading the days. Church.: Singing starts .t With The Proper Stranger," which opens Fridayat a.h ....
spent I hat Thursday night with ::J.:=.: ;
Mr. and Mrs. .Lewis PriH' Williams. roads. Those celebrating: birthday 7:30. the DeSoto Theatre. Miss Wood plays a Macy'a ... ...... ... u.S
Mr.' Margaret Mr. and Mrs,Mae McCellanof this week were Guy Payne Joyce Alden of Sarasota and .
called ; .
chetf of Arcadia on her oldfashioned -
who freedom from
and Mrs. ''W. W. Prltchett Fifld *Mand. Mrs. Sonny Rltch Nocatee visited' friends here and Stevie Hough who boll Charles Hunter of Bradentor salesgirl craves =-:. ::::-.... -........
and Mr.. McQueen carefree -- ""=
family portrays a -
.night. and, children spent the week- Saturday. celebrated their' third birth- visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. _.: --.r:
Mr.y and ''Mrs. .Mure) Mdtt bf 'end In Miami visiting Mr.RiicHT Mrs, Lela Ilarrelson was day on the first and Mickey Payne and boys Thursday. musician who wants to stay free. -w.-......d, n.. -ye..-.. -'
NclUville. WI., visited) Mr. mother and other rela. called to Avon Park Thursdaywhen Payne celebrated his fifth Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harley .r.-.1..-.... kp t.... -
and Glen Gmith lives.. her brother) Master Far- birthday on the fourth. visited Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Al-
day'Mrs.last week before returnIng several-. :Miss Charlotte john'spent abee was taker 111. lie la doIng Sorry to hear Mr. Dorothy britton and girls of Lake Placid Arcadians Arcadia Drugs, 6 S. DeSoto .
to Wisconsin. Friday, night and Saturday In 'better now.: Walker 1 I. a patient at Pal- Sunday. Special SpeakerAt Two
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Mrs. C. H.' Mercer and Arcadia with Mrs. Mary Edna Those attending the car races metto clinic. Hope she Is. soon ......
Local Church
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daughter Penny of Arcadia, Ston,. in Bradenton Friday night feeling better. VERA ALBRITTON Enlist In NavyChief REAL t
Ash Sun- dlnnef'guest of Mr. were Mr and Mrs. J. W. PayneJr. Guests of Mr. and Mr. Billy BECOMES BRIDE OF ESTATE;
Sunday
called on Mrs. Betty ,
.., Mr. ,and Mrs. Mabry Murphy Walker and girls Sunday the DANNY DUNKINThe Special speaker for both the Recruiterfor
Hyde. Navy
and Genet Mr. and Mrs. 28th were Mrs. Donna Alder- home of Mr. and Mrs. eleven o'clock: and 7 p.m. services the DeSoto County area See Us For ,
-7 Jack Murphy, Judy and Glen- man and her mother Mrs. Ad- J. C (Red) Albritton wag the Sunday at Trinity Methodist announced that Michael: S. Good Buys
".7.7b.7w da, Louis Cocllern, Royce AI- cUria Boyd of Sarasota. scene of the wedding of their church will be Dr. Nor George, son of Mrs. Lola Lucille -
i brlttqn and Max and Bob Airs. Mabry Murphy and daughter. Miss. Vera Jean Albritton man Edwards, a Methodist Sapp and Ronnie C. Me- HOMES
.,7P Trlpp TMr. Gene and Mrs. Arnold Murphy ,. to Danny O'Neil Dun- preacher and Head of the Call son of Mr. and Mrs. Nolan and
and Mrs.*John Woods were In Bartow on business kin. Saturday, April 4th. at Methodist Deaconess' Hospital J. McCall of Arcadia have BUILDING SITES
Bobby and Debbie of Plant Wednesday. Mr. Mabrj .4 p.m. Th. bride is the daughter In Brooklyn N.Y; enlisted in the U. S. Navy. GROVES ACREAGE
City visited .'114;. and M r a. Murphy and Gene were there of Mr. and Mrs. Red Al Dr. Edwards, Is spending a
James Woods knd family Wed also on Thursday and Friday.Mr. .. britton of Wauchula Hills and month at his home in Fort Ogden LEWIS AMBLERRealtor '
nelld.". I and Mrs. Mabry Mur- parent of the bridegroom are and plans to make his
I P t 1M Rev. R. L.( Polk of. Avon phy and Gene visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dunkin of permanent home there when. Telephone Company for 20 Year .
Park Visited < several friend. Mrs. D. E. Whaley'at Myakka Wauc ul.. he retires. (Continued from page: I-A) A.._late 1M

.. .here Saturday.Mr. : Head Saturday.Mrs. The Rev. II. II. Doty per- He preached) the Easter Sun- HUGH M. MARTIN -
1 and Mrs", ; Donald Mercer Dolly Walker of Arcadia formed the ceremony. The rise service here two years; phones and employ about 700 *
.- 'have \vbeen'i setting orange vlalted Mr. and Mrs. bride was given in marriage by ago and has ,filled 'the pulpitat people. These people, working .*-C ,
tree* on the (lot next to ,their Frank Walker Sunday and tier father J. C. Albrtton She Trinity Church before. as a team, operate and maintain SO: South DeSete AyeneePhone .
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home this* w! t.' carried her boys home. wore a white lace: dress with. Dr: Edwards I Is very Interested the system, which Includesover : WA 9.1601Friday
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I Tysohjof Parrlsh vls- Several from here attendedthe lace jacket and all white accessories In ;young people and 32.C.OO miles of long distance -
YJ' rfed>1 Mr. and//Mrs. .Mabry )..furp"r Revival at New Hope Bap. and wore a carna- will talk' to them In the after- : circuit, lacing together .
strrf')"Ild nalid 14r.andMrs. flat. Church last week. tion conmage. Miss Daisy" Al noon on Christians Vocations.Mr. 29 exchange, serving 234 communities -- -- -
!p'II1, 1 lker andglrts Mr.. and Mrs. J. L. Mercer britton attended her sister aa Charles ;Weaver will be in 13 counties In' b
rr'day' :. If .4' of Ga. visited Mr. at the six Al CIRIITKINflE
r I 'a.'Doll Albany Bridesmaid. She wore a blue the guest speaker South Central and Southwest I
"':" { .., ;.rld boy and Mrs. Donald Mercer and Nice dress with quarter length o'clock M.Y.F. meeting lie Florida. An estimated aggregate
o('Mcadta'v rand'Mrs.Jxnlls children and 'Mr. and Mrs. will talk on Communism and
,ar : : > sleeves and. a carnation cor-: thereof. urban and rural population SOT
.tage.Leavie. the dangers' of nearly 200,000 people
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H Dl 1 tl ', u*' t-:' t. :.' .. .,' Walker served the reside In this area. Excludingthe MMC WJU.IUT 14*
n ... Bell and General Telephone
Bridegroom as beat man.
r J./"* T7 "'! *! Mrs. Albritton chose for her Roger L. Steele Systems, the Inter. 'thru Monday
natural NiW! 'f Ft. Ogden laughters wedding a pinkitreetlength County Telephone System

II ata'tjicflic' i ; ijcfgrJis ,a>' i I. dress with match Joins U. S. ArmyRoger ranks first In Florida In terms NATALIE
accessories Mrs. Dunkin
ng : of number of tclffhane and
V* r /1 "%f L h ns: 'lEftj. COLLINSUomeoontirig of Howling Green willconduct WOOD
a rang
mother of the wore a
\Vhcn yoJhvbrha faitdoor with groom in the United StatesIn
you re retstlng at beauty spot 10 North eighteenth
; Lee' Steele.
; .erviee..wilAbe{
the services. Every. dress with.
friends errnnityrtnd oue'l4Ftrtt1w1ettest ty frcth air add cart- : : yellow street length terms of revenues. It Is own
held Aprll'l lbth>'at the'Baptist Is 'invited to attend, joinIn accessories. DeSoto A"ebue. Arcadia, enlisted -
Ut of one matching :: ed by over 4.0OO stockholders STEVE .
ciae-that the ,| Wie/af tpol. rtffrthbig glass beer: In ,
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Caureh. !*I" the singing and lUten to Mr. Dunkin attended March 1C at Coral Gables -
The new nationwide and has a plant
na'me Kir .
+ hct7rou'eiin rey.feimning{ hiking;or')iMtwatching.TV Of! .
Rev..J. Robinson former Rev. Durrance as he brlns.Ood' I McQUfEtf
-tnd chances Me nothing lit the world fits ic q urge liar dee County; schools. for three ;years In the investment of about 38 million
."Will each evening.
pastor message attended Har-
At\ Dunkin aUo
.t well M bfcr. t, { ;t ** .401i.! 11 'o'clock': wor Your fOrr... nd.n' .la aJad.lee.County schools and la now United States ,Army dollars. t '

t,;"Aar/jm Ur( gtU at lettti'*Uorst4ejunibt0 reminder that ship" A*basket I: lunch l o1: be back home after being employed by Ralph Smith. r : ...
va UW fn a)land of pmorul frralunhvW that our right to enjoy w1u be $erved at the noon a patient of St. Joseph' Hoeltal Immediately following tote Paid Pelltfeal AdvertlsmentKELLY

beer and ale! ,if w*'so decire.b I it,one,but sn important one of' hour All' member, formerMembers > in Tampa for It daya and ceremony a reception: was given S
those pcnonal freedoms.k and friend I are Invited undergoing surgery, I spent In. the dining area. The
to attend. me week with Mr. and Mrs. iride'a table was centered: with "GO-TEAM" PLANS
..... !lilrrci /
I Ian 4 ..beer feea ;trhfe fun, with relaxation On Monday night April' 20th Frank' Collins In Clearwater a i wedding cake and punch.
revival' service* will begin .t'before returning home. Thoae attending the wedding
: tftnTKKaYATCtV. 9Wtj ASSOCIATION,iNC NJO each) tyenlng at the Baptist Mt and Mrs. Darrell Steele were, Marion Walker and boys MEETING
aaoitu pl & AaL R4 aw. '' ORGANIZATIONAL
s Churrh, Hev. Milton... ,'Dur- who were recently married In I of Crewsvllle; Donnie Joe
St. Petersburg. ,fj\ff'al\ few -
1 Reeves. Michael Lee Reevs,
days here with her parents Mr. Lacobe LUlle MaKa : xte l lmosw/
I \ Raymond D. : : made Richard
and Mr*. A., C. Lunier, Mr*. Announcement has been today by
: Betty McKee. Frank .. ,.
.s.r.IS.raPLUS
Steele, will be remembered a* I libbs. Jerry Reeves Mr.. and II. Barnard chairman of the Kelly for Governor Go
1 s he former. Mist. Marie' Lanier. M.... Billy Walker and girls. Team. That a meeting will be held) at the almhouse :--

f 1 Mr. Sam Rus of Auburn- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walker Restaurant Friday at 7:341'. M.. April 17. The purposeof
I s I dal. and Mrs. Marl. Undiey of Mrr and Mn. J. C. Albrittonand the ,meeting will b e to organize here In DeSoto I KARLOFF+ I II II 'w

+ V Lake Wale spent .last Thura- family and Mr. and Mrs. County. Anyone who would like to participate in this THE HAUmO STRAND liftEnjoy
d with Juanita McCart. Mrs.
.. day 1. O. Dunkin. organization please com: ..Refreshments will be served.
II. 11. Reid' and Ray. Other home
0 The couple will be at
Isitlng In the field. home re- ''n Bowling Green.. ,Paid For By The Kelly For Governor Committee. .- ..
recently were: Mr. and Mr.
Jet Smith of Punta ,
a c aer Mt. and Mrs. Archie oonta'i -
locate, Mr. and Mr.
Steele[ ot St. Petersburg. ,

I mo u "ilr*. Geraldine Schaffer and I At
lendrle' Reid of Miami. t

'A fish fry spotk wred by theOvle
1 Club will be held Sat-
0r urday evening of this week at Basebail:

the school: house from 4 o'clockuntll _
7, -
...... and Mr. Albert Barn-
r veil and Mr and Mr*. Denael In Color!
c.e. and children spent theekend _
: at their cottage at
s.
Engtewood Beach.
Mr. and Mrs.. Alroy Water _
and Gregg of Barlow visited

R... and Mr. *. J..... Oltbreathlunday.

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Mr*. Ola Croy. W title. Unla. NL'W COMPACT "Call Dick .r C. P. at 'WA MSTIRING
Fetus and Mr and Mr*. s.2e1. For Prompt. Dependable -
Neil' Sheridan ol Nocatee\ VU- Day or Nltht Servic On Any
&ted Mr. and Mr.. Johnaon in 51 S Make. or Model Radn Stare' or
St.. Petersburg m Sunday of TV 8 tl More Than S4 Year
y .Mt. week.Mrs. Ser tc. at Your Service
Jt I
? Clerics Frlenon. Keith'

and Angela arevUittng' her srmll a1'... ,a
parents Mr.' and Mrs.. Clarence Donaldsonand
lone* a few day. d
Mr. Ware Youmana of Ofce.
t
I rhobee nailed his parent Mr. wee..e..ilrtwet1s.e AD EIRAL',
and Mr.. KaaU Youmana UatMr. Radio
Sa", ,,..,,. --it7.i....... Be SIIB.MII ..... ,
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:MODERN .ELECTRIC i l EI. and Nn.: Larry Crouch. -........ ..
,fLAMELBMt ...retn Sarasota Last Satur* w. Y CsisrTVff >

I. \." r ,\. ';\. t, ".. \ .. Uy; \" C *"1 S "J" .ar Caa ... 'bi .... Mr. *. It 'D. RyaU] and Mr's.UUIaa c',;; S S :r- Celec. TV. reataHasrr ewS4
a1o a.Mitt ,4..t,a.'1a." lea\11M' sea .fa nsealyh t ibi te..4 x t *
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>w Wall csyrtalse May .......c.a-..__. Hudson returned from' wet te. ..--. et" f A+l hill _aco..I& taA1s .
.s4aaa c .. _sea ,' a, Inninese trip to Caeroa.ee .r.1 -- --- .... S ; ........./... ......' .. pi........
: 10 fasrr1r.eaid, J raa.taii,.... 4 i'r rth Care4ina. Mr' and Mr*. w TV W6&Ia *.. geld ed.sww..war..r.
..". ,.M ceou-Casa ....*... ...,.,.. .... Ire ................M*...*... la'a es1Mr,. ... Kjrala are building a ltoe e e ..e....s.. :$:: t ...." 41 t r ...... .... R.. ete .e.e pe. .. Ia
r eels. tie. .....-... .... a...O 4b,a .........iwe.... s dlM .... u..... o;;;.;.s;. wM... :"a .. M+_7.tea lta ssn tie fid.t
.. .m kJtd-t SA Wet Me .....*.....*>4r .......... Mr and. Mr*. Francis. Fa..* w. Trade' It CAST OAK STaUETTTkM ': ...........----.......

ao lo&IT'OIIAnct N.rs1 w." tlthse! ........g ............dladwte4d ewe Y .*wjr sad alike oC Arcadia a4ktnu _ __ ___ ____._______.r -z. Tttepfcoste Beildlug" awn C.{- 'IV c-.... c..:

"...................Cer..Yerrl.. easpl.,siI wry.ttee.atsp4JMI.L .. Grains" lluraetqr of Oe e* *OWf 40MMAJL TAa(6rv'"THruu.PUllCT... : =".. ::_:.vJ:
t.... ea 1k. ....aMy e.e-" sitar 7" ARK ....... .,.... ..i.I'. t II'! .lend.. stalled Mr and Mr. Q- : 1rAi39t> ;;;;
?N ... Ne. issue. jy 4 lnret Tbeetstse Sua4a7. a $ONAII RtH1OTI CONTROL aetp jir...... .. M reel TI4Sptdiiy ..- ....
.eey .. ,
\ lp.y lad yea tA.wy a.t.A .1.14'M '
yg.TVbw Mr. and Mra. Archie Derry e ,...... a w ...galaa .
aWTslKVU 1 Afa yn flat O. n C..Ieleaa+r oar "
:M MMMU ts* jew M &
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visited Mrs. Kl asrMrs. h.rateall .-...cae..Ia: ;_ .....-ft*8 tstew. ta1Y 'a ,.. r.a-a./.n.ld esl. +.inert
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.. (;.,; ) j,, .m..elH: .o Nn..at. Ankle M4HMUy Berry with to Mr.N.c sad t... TraiMdl ad! Exptrit c dlFarCtltr .$44911 -

aNaleeaaa a W. nee j aIM to trpwtt that Mr.. :

4 "fI" d Sl N. rugs. ..is l1..... an. .... $ IVr w. aassr.s.1 TNea-
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By THURMAN SENSING n ,- dlory CONGPESStONAL TunouGM Jere //o,. s I fotettooh

This is an humble attempt to ACTION AGAINST

pay tribute to the life and i.I i. By ROBERT MORRIS '

out of a (treat soldier a tree' When General IolacA..thurfaded o 9t I We Are Grateful -.

patriot a great man .. Generaof away into the realm ol .

the AT'":ty Douglas Mac history to take his place -

Arthur. 11 l 4 moot the Immortals he led \ l V By EARL E. NEIBERGER 30-year-old clipping from THE: ,'

General MacArthur wa me with many memories F Thanks to each of you for SALEM (Mo.) MONITOR that "'I

brave the reatet frontliiv I was blessed to hovel been 5' P0 the many compliments we received hus a certain timeless quality '

general in the history of our +. a friend of his and much oC on the historical edition It says:
na} OD. General MacArthu O' this column published last week. They art "Many people believe that a
what I write in
w a a loyalto Q i most trat'tying. newspaper falls together
tons die .. n r
has been shaped by
his nation cussiona and reminiscence ,, 1 1 We hop that ;you will keep without work or concerted
and to the< Q\ them for future reference It action or plan Rev McLevd.a .
with him. .
soldiers who< O will be possible to keep your Presbyterian minister at
fought under In the early fifties, I served edition up-todale by Inserting Pasadena was of that opinionand

him and to< fir .ew budget Is wrktngaut beautifully wee that FT* as a sort of liaison between each new section asked to be allowed toed .
the principle him and another great American. edition of the Pasadena
as it la U on.
stopped keeping track *f all the m* I sperfa;
ey
\
Senator rat McCarran.
I for which he printed. It la Star. The editor( Mind.
ft r
stood. General Most of my Republican friends our plan I to ly accepted' the opportunity'to
t 1t MacAr- were for Senator Taft for the 4/ pnbllsh a new go fishing, and the minlatcr -
thur was devoted Republican nomination In 1052.! .ectlon at took up his duties In the
to hb Senator McCarran' and I were least each r newspaper office. Thi 1 r

younger 'lenuesse wife when Desoto County News ll fur the General. nut aa I will three months. how he felt when he found

he always called "my beloved writ. here, the two candidate himself at the end of the

wife and my beat soldier." The almost cam together.Th The Real Enemy It you hour task .

devotion of General MacAr Of Bygone YearsTaken to General and Bob Tsft The Administration's war on poverty should not any special *My Urn I I. almost up, oat

that ,and Mrs. MacArthur tc had a very close association blind us to the nerd for another ass.ault-an: all-out historical ma.tcrUI pen this last line-: my hand

each other in these days of from the file of during tr-at convention. In fact. war on federal prodigality. that la almost paralyivd, my brain.

declining morals has stood out The Arcadian The DeSoto County .. there waa an agreement between Wasteful spending of taxpayers funds is the archenemy should Included pleas tee la befuddled and I am right'

over their ;years together like News and The Arcadia Champion. these two great men. In of national well-being and we strongly recommend free to contact ua at Th* Arcadian glad to vocals the holy ape,t.
a shining star !In a murky sky writing, that General Mac. office. Such rush and Mot and di*
And much tribute should be tam Arthur was to be Senator Tatt's that the Congress mount a hattl-hitting, unrelenting may. Such a Jumble of putt

paid to Mrs. MacArthur. too, running mate. Under the a- campaign to rout it. Several copies of th. historical pmtrri; It strike ni. .. the
She bad to be his -best sol- greement. the offlc of Via* To launch Its offensive with telling: force the Congress edition left the office folded effort to bring order out of

dier" to stand up under the 55 Years Ago President was to be exalted could make very good: use of the National Assoc but not trimmed at th* toptfrcawf chaos and to do /it lightning-

ordeals of the last twenty-flv ao that General MacArthur iation of Manufacturers' authoritative budget study a cutter blad brokeon quick, .
years from the terrible d.yaof would have supreme authorityover which holds that President Johnson's> request for $103.7 the press. It ;your copy I Ia 'I am reminded of lh*

Corregidor through waiting A fir alarm at noon Tuesday had been called home from defense and foreign affairs. billion in spending authority could be cut by $fl.3 billion this way just talea knife or memorabl 'words: '"TIlee.rth

upon the soil of Australia had brought out a crowd. Boy n ton, where ha had been without lessening defense expenditures or having sharp object and silt the folded wag without form and,
while the General carried on peeking tomatoes The pressure on SenatorTaft anything but a beneficial effect on American living ropy at the top and the void and darkness wa upun
his brilliant island-hopping who soon put out a small tire Mrs. Kirby Smith and chile were strong to throw his standards. Such a reduction the NAM says, would Data will b* In the right a- the face nf the waters. Never
campaign up through the Pac at the kitchen of E. lliggtnbotham dren had left for Sanford and support to General MacArthurwhen quenc. Thank you. shall I crttlcU new 4>upr -
$:).9> billion slash In the President's 1965 administrative .
tic to the of the that bring a men more. I shall
:. acceptance near th* Ice plant Jacksonville where they planned It became apparent any
Japanese surrender on the Wade of Gardner to visit relative for a Taft wag not going to make budget reducing it from $07.0>F billionto Browsing no doubt among pray for them. They shall! ,
Hampton
: ,. battleship. Missouri. And the had been quit 111 for the past few weeks before preceding to the mark. Senator Taft mad an even $91' billion. Tho balance of the cut would the sort of stuff w* all saw hav my heart's. torM.wnae

waiting was not over. Her husband three weeks with fevwr. their new horn !In West Vrginla. the mistake of Insisting that apply! to future years with the thought that we'll du hncforUi and lor.,.,. They

, was called back to wage Dave Scott left Sunday for Th doctor would join h. bold hi* delegates for one !In pointing up the need for the cut, the NAM said something about ort.nlslnt. It aro the hardestworking.hortest'Ilvetl .

the desperate struggle In Korea Gainesville, where h* wu to them later having traded for ballot and that decision. I they must be made to compensate for the tax reduction some day. Editor Dick Barton poorest-p I It

where here again he never b* joined by hi* wlf. They a peach farm. believe coat MacArthur the ; to prevent a buildup \in spending In fiscal years of G-LENWOOD (la.) Of worker In this* wary old,

lost faith that he would sue were then to go to Jacksonville Mn. J. W. Gllllcan of Hull nomination. after 1903. and to assure final spending In I 1903 below INION-TRIBUNK ram upon a wvrld of sun "

ceed. as dark as It looked at and leave from then on entertained the Drldg Clubat After that our whole his. the President's estimate. I

the .time. Once more h* con- Florida orange growers trip th. Arcadia House Wednes loci turned. W* wen strong The deepest cuts would be mado In spending lorforcI"n rrr .

ceivd a brilliant strategic assault maneuver of Investigation to California.A day M.... S. Roalh. won first aa a nation then; w* could aid. agriculture, Apace education: and public: ,
an amphibious picnic was held the previous priM, a DattenberaT centerpiece. haw accomplished much General o/'JOII
on Inchon which other gen. week by citizens of Lee Mr.. Forrester was second the MacArthur at the helm welfare. wGJ/.1f//.1JL1. .
erala thought was foolish but iicst of all the study of fere some very sound guidelines
I county with DeSoto county Invited prize) being a tortoia shell pin of defena and International
which was a complete success. to celebrate the openingof set with rhlnestones. M.... Jak affairs. would haw smothered for achlevemcmtitif( the economy mouse They are:

General MacArthur was well the new steel bridge across Wey was consoled with a pa Soviet power for Indeed, he 1. Stringent<<: congressional screening and reduction :

.'. on the) way to achievement of the Caloosahatche at LaDell. per duster. Th ladies then understood bow we.k It then of executive reauests for new 'spending authority Young'Man'' Schooling
complete victory over the enemy Th. bridge wu 1ST feet long, cut for a beauUful eve of souvenir was. It* knew Its ...ture. 2. Congressional refusal to enact legislation. which, ., 5

at that point but was not and veal _constructed: by the post lards Near Matli Th t3.+fetal was a deplyreligious would 'Increase!' federal participation In. areas of state-

_ .-Arthur allowed..als to*>do bad so.to Mrs.w.lt.aNt Mac Roanek Bridge Company. of.Roanoke. Ro being lucky on the cut. matt and ."Aq--t.; local, or private function, and resprmiiblUtlty, "- Uabsvnlal J1rrk.;Atsas/.. ,,.......-z.JJlIRAL: EDUCATION VS.JCDICAT1ON tuuAiYtf.Sb
Va. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Heard strong moral convictions. II*' Executive and congressional action to curtail> (
" had to endure what happenedthereafter 3. ) AI this. 11.1* Of In* T.maD.l' .
Jot r.. William Plait llttl had goof to California on theIrup.ctJan would hav. imbued our nation the and improve the management of existing It I I. rtasonabl for ono with
of the darkest scope thinking
one aarnl* rye about
tour made by Florid
William and Alfred left for with the strength that derive th. time and whOM dad bu
blots upon American herbry Sarasota to spend a month. growrs.Ed 11'01'1theM quslllie programs.We're. what lhy could doe off to "li
plenty money get s
but she did not com honing! that the first shot In the war on
Mrs. Wesley Sams wa quit) Davis broke hi* right strength that w* are losing help their boy get on In the &,.,. education Thi la ere
plain. W with and Mr. Sams arm In the school gymnasium. prodigality will soon be fired. .
But General MacArthur was fever today remarkable'. which w. arf p* Ully tru when In* young

above the pettiness of cheap Someday I should like to faring nllflrlly.. socially man know wher It* I* ao-
politic and even cheaper pole writ .t length about the General financially. and educationally.Trvmndou Inn lu work. But /If h* Ass wr
and his observation on tEe/,1 / change* ate colnafMI till tim to giv tnre vr four
iticians. When he wu recalled l.urtNlfrnrilt'If ,
30 Years I often met should to a "liberal". ...education
from Korea and this nation Ao the world scene II and young people years
thereby lost the first war !it with/ him during the year .t 1 b* prepared to take advantag. h* should' oak. a busins. sxluralion .',
hi'* suit in th* Waldorf Tow. Df tb..... which! will Include torn
ever lost he expressed no bitterness. The old Southern Hotel on .d a* menac to the health of '
recriminations. He ers.. Precisely/ at the ,hour of DO WELL IN man C1100C.It / of lh* mat important of th*
no
Drevard avenue near Oak th* community; and as dangerous hi Unemployment Vexing liberal ducaUon .loIbJ"' ''. (
handled himself tike soldier. noon .b* would com from 1. wen to b* lnlrstd In "
like 'a patriot, Uke a Christian one of the ancient lartdma..k.of fire hazard. quarters, erect and with military athlftks! and other ...tr.cur.rlnaJar 1 hav In mind far *ntanevth '

gentleman. He was above the city, has been condemnA A telegram received her oemeanor. Our purpos high school affairs but lUbson Instltut si, Well-

the amallneM of thoea who yesterday from Llut-Col. Barton was "to compare notes. II* Th problem of unmpk dustrlaluatlon Is attempted<< In*** do not fount much In le7. M***, whr uvsr Mai/

brought It about. He waa still K. YounU. of the United would empress his view, his ".*,.t. esletlnt/ a supposedly thrtMigh rorclori and mn ate ,letting foundation./ So many young own are now studying
loyal to his country.And that observations, hi* philosophy booming and affluent society traditional, aubl. 'employers; want a list of th* ItM lundmntal of buain**,
stated forced from
Air Corps
StaUrs ,
the American people la that grandly eloquent rn" her been aa persiateat. a* 10 percent' or SO prrnl ofth /It duo not n* *sarlly mon
were not fooled. They knew CALENDAR OFlac h* xpeeUd to arrlv in Arcadia torte with which h* was giftrd. /It I*, ..In.. It .U a political Uau tenr farming. Into the ta.. student. with highest that thy ar. going into bust-

who was the hero of the) War Friday morning April) Then h* would ask for my ft the tint megnltud, and support*.l M.*VX Industries/ grade who ere about to grad nag but they' must hv u..*.

in the Pacific during the Second fad : 1. for an Inspection of Cat opinions. Th session. wouldlast both Ih* parties will mak the plnn*.l and promot>l. by. the uaUt' from high. acrwuL The lamnlaU' now If lhy' bop

World! Wu. They knew trotn and Dorr ...Id.. II* w. for two or u...* hour most off It com nest Wovenvbr. tulrtslaout/ u..fIu7.l larg* "mpnl.* ors not tern la administer a .. posiUun
who was the real hero of the ordered to mal: the Inspection The talk coveted the univer And /It .U. of course, meet ran occur In a United lnl with knowing how the. *. "'.r. l'arnta II III* raluo Inn
Korean War and they agreed 1 1/011 aa a result of tn* effort which and aN that I* In It. I knew octal and economic Usu wbi ;h State off thronl aurpluse a* young. popl ere Nil/rag/ aiMig chang thst .la Uklna' pUc in

with him that when forced Into wa* Initiated few wevka ago that I ..* In the prtsenc off has |ILa lnflunr on every stem well aa In a Rd Chin orft I. In *ollg*. but are going.. the MnfaMcar. younn mnIMPORTAtrCE .

war -THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE her to have one or both of a great man who recognld. nt ol our national 111*. W.4t.ro .jsi* wf rhronltf snortsg. back to their high school era : : Of
FOR' VICTORY.* thMO fields roptd by the what" hi* place In history wouldb In all Ita many manlf* So In* big question. I* wAy. rds. Therefor, it I* very /mHportanl CHEMISTRYAfter

They knew that be was ODe of government with an aviation tations. .ha bream* primary. should. this o* so In ......c...* thai a graduate. from padwwrtCum. ; a cut
A bulletin broad the Pub-
the greatest patriots this nation by unit off some t'P8. General Ma Artaur Is the operation off government at all of ..*...,. different, character r.llg* should Hav a govd; Us. ftl fcuain*** adminialra-

ever produced.' And they lie Settler) Company of Colorado olioJwnlta Martin *f No*. man who almost ld us to the Its .*...., and the .....t h* err
received him like the hero report hat a timelockcigarctt eta and Bob WerU off Winter heights. That I* hi.* mantle. trofiomic gradual sour** !In chemistry.Thi .

that h* wet with wild acclaim ca.. I* among the new II..... wr united In nvarrlag. But .In my mind's. *y*. I CII" but unemployment Cal a mlghl. b* ..... In ..xyvr

trap San Francisco to crop of Idea aimed. at the bee at Nocat Sunday morning.A. .** him. now with "Improved aimpte thi.... II push q.**.* or U might tak two/

New York and J.*.., but ,.*....ndowt dv-
be/ore the Congreaa In Wash Cora Cola. and his. aaaistant. on. |* tab hi.* General ..- wr. and pm ington. a speech that will sj" blip the too frvquent puffer Dick: King return last wk Ion gad do what h* would ....* dltion that ar* given Insui. 1 evpocUlly.. av. inmind

down aa tell of .the master* t* g* aaywthrr: from 10 minuu from trip to Miami. wnr* doo* If tab had not bn so rutent ........ attention. On the manufcMturo of ,ayn. *

piece of ail lima. to two hours betartensmokes. they went to attend tile nation taat.1U1A&J7 cruel pnaa off snit la dealt with. InUMT .. Ih.IMta Th r* wilt' tier veal

A leaser man would not ....* Th earl .ia preit front *] convention of Coca Cola lie wa a ldr. and a* Faoruary .**... of T h* cftang In tM manufacturewhat .<

stood up under the recall from th* Inaid and whn Bald rprrntativ. and botUvrs. knew fur ....sa. ..,......,. magiito. II jr Paul t* pvopi tall "arUJMUV.
Korea deciaion of folly for rata And M.. till ....... toiUMMM YriKl !*....*; UkaugH they ar* ...
which the Tree World ho paid.is wOl not pn again Wfor a Ott
""..* Ate 7ha Ua- veolly arlUlr/aq. They hav
paying and will always pay. the preset time. Th buUetiabsrvea fnfptoysdT tAe ant. vitamin& and *.elNrnultkab

But General MacArthur waa that bamovrrs ar* effective. BUSINESS .. a* ta*> food .,bleb
STRICTLY srror.uw ..w.. Uon,ploy*'sat", a* Mr fMrv
held by>> his adherence to bo up ,
did avert .*tolto wo r..... /In In. corn ftl. la embodied la AMllrNitt ...rs.timat thtr wUl pMMt to .
principle pawrr.Senator lh aa. A young
store
f pctsMiUvo ao.i.te. w1*r* *"/ g
alogan. HONOR. \ t I man or woman took wU boom >
rt of |osk4
fW7 man WM a **
DITTY. COirrrSlY words Btrotsi Tburn e idaayK all kola wreruqIrMfg "1r an vapert vn te ki* *r
which he considered hallowed Chruahrb/Vs war *fsubiaiilasi t' awls
..,sa. lie kMtw M .lead adedAD take ausaroa sus KILLeR r.nf wtwal te.euttlw l/ / paver .
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.. his dirty gad he aiv.r particalartir the first pkaa *f LL M03VNTOE.LCC .
lAM food Tbtrt/eN.
IMU.nua fw well t .. ter. l. PotroO wvrd UU "Ie
lo.t W bi. earaatry war ta e.low i T'c'MV
only th.t ewpioyrferfl. arwsl. "..' I ah..uld. *UaM*.t gtunal a per
tie srnalbftr. fit lad posresbne I > tad fr>teteeaAtpsflea. r
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plttlMllr. ttfe .......... ts1twaaet.aty 'lA. IwtiMOtr sMd awe feral fart" tlraaatydl.. M trMAe. SOME OF FLOfttOA'S.... iUon wita conrwrn. suctt wMaov Mda
e wadtimet; IMV Uk* tsaperrtp r tornel WUsniaaton.
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! .-.. American studentsTiave Editorial often'been criticized for their, WinninJi D.H.S.r Essay Entered In State. VFW Auxiliaryoritest,


M Alleged incapability of self-expression. Many adults con-

t alder the high school student as "* mixed-up creature i ii in (Editor Note: The ''''n1pl.ce t a* the American Field Service Since youth will be the leaden fly friend, and .the custom: cogs of being tomorrow's leaders them everyplace- thet "<'4i they,U go. Th,
i a last moving world of change" winner of the VFW Au,. and by being aware of other of the world tomorrow they are vsed to. When we and straightening out the message 'pessibl
In harmony, it
live I I.
America has for many years produced men of valor xlllary-aponsored contest bai( countries and their difference, they must -start today to cultivate realize young people are doIng misunderstanding* owdto layis I ible to to live In rpeaee Pol-
and vivid self-expression. These men developed their expressive they: are taking a step forward an understanding of ot these things for peace, we The exchange ; and 1t I
possible'for all the
been forwarded the taU Is
$to 1 the
In nation
character not as old men but as young and am- la peace They; can how fore- her countries. > are inspired to1 do 'our beat. playing-! leading role at state
Men willing to their beliefs contest by contest chalrmarMrs. 1 Ito students !In America thatwe When 'student leave their They kindle a flame of urgrngwicy -. drama of world affair They of compering level but
were express
bitious students.
the world tp bye In
' to the entire world for reproval or rejection. Leila Nevrsome. The winning > want peace fur all men. homes, they leave }their. fdmSTATE to nceejll the chall are taking' a message with In love

Self-expression is much more than essay written by Rare,I .

i'r,; + free speech. It is, as Emerson said, Ames a sophomore 1 u printed!I .
''the heighth and depth of man's inner below.) THE 1904
.ncnuennn.wa.iT.r.nmTe.
soul." Have you met Juart{ Ypl-

' We use self- xpresslon in our, dez? If you haven't&, let me 1 Introduce '

z classes, 1 in our writing and In our you to him. Juan I* Tti rkrJ 5

f ,, 'uaily)every social student encounters.should make Each an and at r ,,. Chile foreign who exchange is'attending} student,DeSoU from): Bulldog's !

tempt to determine and improve his 'Ara-
/,' f-expression. County High School -in :
to see good dla, Florida. 'Everyone at T3HS
There are many ways
Jv expression in practical application ? know Juan sod they 'ere always -. .

: We can see !it in our schools in our $lad to ee his friendly

, J) I Communities in our newspapers, and eAttltR smile. Tall, dark and clean

Y'it. /,' \: in Our our democratic nation. government is supposed to practice: the cut because he make of his friend quiet charm easily! DeSoto High's Mixed ,Chorus {Will CompeteIn

;- + art of .. lf-expression..And it does. We. the young people, Completing the twelfth crude
country's leaders should ,
'.' will someday become our
who
Juan return
r here plans to to
ourselves much more to a ,greater, ex-
: \ learn to express Santiago hi* home after grad

\ :. America tent. We will We must be responsible not let America for this die democracy from within called; uation. Florida Vocal/ Music :FestivalContestDeSoto

f' ,
.' America must grow America will grow only as her people Why I I. Juan here Hie op
learn how to express their ideals and put them into portunity of coming' to Amer ,
ica was offered him by the
and
action. Everyone Is capable his capabilities of some to self-expression work. American' Field Service. This County High School's s the onnuul Florida Vocal Music of the state who will presentnot Daytona Florida Vocal Musi,c Helen Dretton Diane Settees,

everyone. must put -Lew Bussler organization arrange for students mixed chorus will be a purl of Festival- ontc.t at Daytona: only thHr/ mixed choius: Festival-Contest: 'Will be thif 'e Edward Maaasen.: and Kathy

*. to change countries. In the fteurly ..tAUhlth( school beach Apt d 11! I Itf, 17, and 18. but also one ensemble and four ; >ph more trio compoiei d Converco. and the pHS_ mixed.
f' in effort to further world cholster. directors, and chaperon : DM3 will Le among the 40 soloist. of Nancy Ycma;:: .Jjjrne Ucziei'' chorus. '
understanding. who 'will take part 'in high schools from every section Representing DIIS at .the and Susan. Ftlrlb.r. soloi .tMusicContest. *

i DeSoto peak When oaly Juan a &little arrived' English he could and by-Rating cancer will Judge be handed R Wayne down

.rt t .t he wa very shy You can Imagine ,;J"J ''' h Ilugoooom.. editor of'The- Choral
,'t' : _
.
*"' i" Jane
Jounrsl Betty Grimm
j : ;
: how -would feel 1 leaving
: you .";
: \,. ;
your home and country ;. :..' of the F"..U music 'faculty;">and

Part In and going place.to a The completely stranger& different 1ft ':.. .. 1 .. "!, ,t t Dr,will Jv.Hugh'ge be Thomas.for France the mixed Sight'Deem.. chorus readIng -

\ -- 01 the new customs: would pro ,. !
koSnto County High FilA Marian Christ presented a bably be enlarged, too, by the DIIS actloista will sing fur
of her activities In the (' Hazel Petit Kern and Guy
took an active part In their return tact that you couldn't even : :. i t
J Slat. Convention program atClearwater's "Stay. in School" !program understand the language. .. d J Webb. ls'tue.ble judge areT
Jack Tar .Harrison which she has carried out this 1' ...ra G. DeFonso and David
The student .t DI1S have s
j a. part of her duties as it Wilmot.
weekend. year
the .
Hotel over
helped Juan In adjusting to 1
eandidate. for State Vic President ., "fI, ,
April! 9 to April 12. the differences he he found ( t in March at the District II
of Public& Relation. Her .. .. '
M hare They have showed him +! r; music festival I Iand contest the
.
Y part on the Friday Afternoon i. DHS mixed chorus rated superior
their
form of recreation: and 4
t'r' r'u
Interestingly +
agenda was presented
which entitled them to
AchievementTests Purr ae well 'a* their serious 71' 'V'' r T
"in a nut chell" a big: q
d; at the state contest in
side. Juan hae appear
developedeompfetely
a .
golden one, which she cracked
The trio
Daytona. sophomore
'Givenburinf and from wblch she took sue country different than he had picture In hi of \ t and the four soloist rated superior
t ,
.
the' various thing repnrentnt'her mind IrernAmerican t1Kviatland to give them the- opportunity
'' project and findings ._
magazine When he j to attend the state contest
returns
'
in relation to the problem
Week' ,heme he an 'tell hi* this year.
Ann Fletcher, president& elect people what we are really Jute, '1 ,. t r DIIS representatives to the
of the DIM chapter, participated
will leave
a fun-loving but hard working stare contest Arcadia -
During I the period April 111- on Friday evening pro people this afternoon "after .school
el/.ht, ten and gram In the patent "Ke)'* to
10, 1IHI4 grade But 'what ha* :Juan. done for and wtll return Saturday even-
eleven wall take standardized; the Door of Learning the student at DeSoto County 'lot Chaperon, to date are
achievement test according: tot Carolyn Evans, District Reporter High School and the citizen Mr. and Mr*. Robert Reed.

t t.' the following schedules gave the report for of Aredte,7 It -would be almost FESTIVAL CObiI'ETITIONDesoto, Daytona, : Beach. D. I[. S. will bo among Mr. and M.... Wyatt Dodd. Mr.
I"... April IS 8.30-12:31: : Diitrict. 7, of 'which her chapter Impossible to explain& the County High[ ichool'g mixed chorus will be part of 40 I schools presenting not only moxed chorus and Mn. Stuart Cordon Reed.
'. Tenth! grade her I* a member, during/ feeling he Ira brought to them. the nearly, 3.00O I t t choristers, directors and chaperone but also one ensemble and four soloists. Mrs. T. J. Pipkin. ]Mn. .Jack
April 14 BM-: -13:31: the buslne *.>eslon on Saturday and Miss Leoria More-
Bretton
HI presence had mad every takinjr part this weekend in the annual Florida Vocal .
r Eighth grade morn III.. She also assisted land.
owe feel e* U they are taking
April 13 :SO12:3lEleventh : with the special project report
a part In something which In the past several years
grade on "Developing Myself will further world peace. Candy Sale nits has had a girl' chorus
April 1. t.,0-Uai: : (Continued on pace 'd7.11)
Juan Valdei, like aU other Senior Class win superior at the state contest ,
1 Eighth gradefclghlh .w -,. 'foreign 'exchange; students ,|srbeing _.1;'TheDHS Dyhsicaltiducatlon: Last year the superior-
'. grade twDlhevement I td a friend to*" Airtericev. girl' era kicking off' candy! r 5{ ry .Sn winning girl*' chorus were

.'* Test the! series-ten. individual) teats. Amerlcan 'must return .t hie seta. drive thin. weekend(. Your'; e ,r DrawsTo chosen along with soloist Oafl
friendship. He I.I representing i Play Drown be
designed to measure achievement upport' will be greatly appre-t "lljo ; to a part of' the
In eight subject area his country In an act which .cited. final concert of. the, musie, !'*'
show that both fib
country tivaL

+ skills and to In measure language their and. social study/ d In and our wish to live together The girl' elected to run the :Jaf Dy SUE DOMING "** CapacityFriday .SAC I i Y r ._..... I
harmony.
tuoie*. candy drive to give assistance.tq :
American student. today are their physical education pro> ,
The tenth and eleventh grade o\t ARCADIA OlIVE IN
concerned with relation night. April 10. was
.our .
& will! take the Essential gram. The selling of the candy .
pupil School Contest liatlery with/ other teantrtes 'but 'they' U strkrkly on a voluntary) AU loaded up and rarln" t o ventlon for three (fay*. lAta'of one of the "Big Nit:-ts" of 1M4>
tilth THEATRE
t separate achievement' tel In feel I there 1 I. net mMeh.they. ean bails. >&, the DcSotu High Glee CkU t luck for' a stratum superior for DIIS. The senior class presented

tour subjects; ]English: mathematics do to help nut they can help Any assistance !In making 'JeR ,today for P.ytona peach. stint! their annual play this U. a.* 17. lrrTHU..D4Y -
social. studies. and tiy supporting program such thl drive. ucceful: will be The inglng group will be attending Th. Key' Club club 1 Is sendIng year entitled "It Happen Ev. g

silence.T : very greatly appreciated. the tate music con.DISTRICT .. representative to Jack cry Summer, to a capacity: : .ATUftOAY
t result will enable sou tile this weekend for the crowd In the DIIS auditorium
'x The'Man With
official 'to measure, !each state convention. Some of the The play wa well received'
school *
Individual's. progre a* Eighth Phylli? ClemenSLew'Bossier l_ buys llending' are Roy Ole by the audience a.id many remarked X-Hay Ey.*
j' Oeorce Latlmer Joe Waldron." that It was "one of ..
'.. grade .iud.nu UMC S different ,, May" .MIH.nd
\ form of the same teat last ,r ;w and Bob Whit lock. As one can the funniest plays given by a ale.
year land win 'take a thfrd .P ee This weekend 1 Is going to Das high .c+vrl l grmtp" they had DoddyOCentrne

.ill form of the Mm test in the very CHCttlng one for OilS ever seen.The 'D"k '

r Nutth-trade. The Information To 'Girls.Stete tudvtil pint centered around _. -.' "- -
\ gained will provide basic for live BAtelCRPHYULIft For the past two week the several. collets; girl, consisting SUNDAY .TUCSOAVForowgll

: better guidance for the> tndlVldual Lew nasaler and Phyllis. junior cUss baa been buy toyreyaring of Linda StJlnbrook. Sue Boring To -Armsf '

,_ \ \ 'student. Clement will represent DeSoto h, fur the Juniorsenior Cheryl FlanOcr*. Beverly -ek H."_
1.t;: \ The Eleventh grade took a County High School at the tMnquet and prom wnich .U Ilobrrts Jamie ."'el...... Mable 30'Vaa..Of Fun
\},. different form of the }:**entlalMich annual GlrU State held atFlorida next Thursday' and Friday. >Mercer Colleen Womack. and .
School Content Teat In State University. In This dance, one vf the biggest Norma Jean Head., who atContinued Charlie CHaautk A..

the Tenth grade. This' will enable Tal........... highlights of the year, la luoit- ( un page 7-D) Laurel, 4 Hwt"

official to uae result tom The two f Junior girl were ed' forward to by aU students I - __ _.._ _. ..__r.--
e.Mire .individual' growth In c....... by the American Legion \ and we know the dance will.
I' the pest year Ml well at* to Auxiliary a* their cvndU be a sma.h thl year, aa don't
,
i ha\e additional' Information date to be sent U Girls' State lUbe 111Talking .

I fur guidance purpose from a list of four girl submitted with many student c1J..KNOW4t.
.
As the Tentfc grade' ; will be. by the DeSoto High critic I .learned that the senior r

taking the first farm e-f an entirely >Seheol i< faculty. .."" play. ore a hit. and everyone 60 ,Ia
different test result will, asemed to ', Immensely ..
v enjoy
The girl Will spend a weekIn ..
.
'i'
lit the main be ued a* eddltluttal the :'. .. : : Thanks for the fine"review -J a
t state's capital along .
Information for guidance. e"t-- ft"'" : *". ..
.
with several hundred Iunbtt1r1a .
.
.
.. .
"" ". :
purpiMres. from F10r Id a'* high If a atranger waa to ride -
', .fi. '
All of the test being adinlnlaurred :' school: *. They will study ..thewerklngs ,i ,; 1. by the' atnowl and see all the I s
ar. quit) widely ':. ;.'; ,. .
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THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia. Florida_ ,...:Thursday, April 16, 1964 3-B
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold WHy -...U.-4 .guests of their uncle
v..jr anniversary In April With
an Opei 'Hdwse.' all afternoon,, Pine' Level News and three children Sarasota and aunt Mr. and Mjrt.\ R. 1*
Myakka City News. which all ,..\\en.. and relatives and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harrison and Bobble at Harrison -
--- -- Ranch.
: are divined tar attend. They Jones and four children My-
Itoe at Bethany on the Kit>> MRS. T. E. MIZKLLE they visited Mr. and Mrs. E. TLarue. akka City were Sunday guests Mr* and Mrs. Frank JIamp.:

bler Ranch. Week of April 9. and Mrs.\ Seller's son. of the ladies parents. Mr. andI ton Ona, and Mr. and; Mrs
By MRS. ELIZABETH HILL. sola. They have planned to be reoprted more than one hun- Mr. and Mrs. James T. Mi. in-law and daughter. Mr. ami I Mrs. Jessie Kersey and chili Jlmmle Johnson and children"

Week of April 9Mrs. married the last of May dred persons had been registered Mrs. Gerry DanieM and heron ache of Riviera Beach spent Mrs. Salvador De Salvo. Or i dren. combined' their, lunches*. Sunday -
Eva Hutches spent the Mr. J'mmle Rankin was a vis- by Mia Lindsey. The & little Bill from Arcadia from Thursday' afternon till their trip home, they stopped!I Mr. and Mrs. James Sum- and ate With the ladies
,day on MondiJ/ with Mrs. itor in the Wilber Taylor home next regular meeting will be visited with her parents Mr. from Thursday afternoon till in Gainesville and I meralls. Myakka City and mother Mr. Frances Tucker,
Alary; Boyd. this week. Mr. Rankin is the May! 'l."Tiny. and Mrs.\ Clayton' Kinslow on Tom Muelle. John Miscue of lunched With Frank Sellers and I child were weekend guests of a shutin.

Fifteen year old Kelly Ness man who made the record of Tim Taylor was Just Sunday.We Arcadia came for the afternoonand fiancee.' They then drove UOcala his uncle and wife Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Sum..

was injured at Southeast High "The Ruff old Bettie From another 12-year-old student attending are !sorry to report that supper with them, for a night and day with i Mrs. Johnny Summerall meralls drove to MyakKa Head

School. Bradenton on "Tuesday.He Myakka City." He has taken a classes at the Myakka Angela' Stanley beset been Mr and Mrs B. W. Holling- Mrs. W. J. Platt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sum- Sunday to help her father

was trying to break his great interest in little Timmie City Elementary School about feeling well for the past few worth Sr and Mrs. Marianne Lester Baxley' spent AVednes-. meralla of Palmdale. spent Joe Kersey .and most of his

own 10 ft 3 inch pole vaulting Taylor. three months ago. That was Sellers returned last Wednesday day, last week In Winter Ha< Sunday with her parents. Mr. family celebrate his birthdayanniversary.
record and hit the steel box The awards for the recent before he entered the 4-H talent days.We from a 3 week vacationIn ven on business for Fostej and Mrs. Levi SummeralU. They report a

supporting thf pole as he struck youth week were presented at show at the Manatee\ sure are going to mist New Orleans, La., where Farm., his. employer Mr. and Mrs. \V. E. Davis very good day.
the ground. A deep sash on the Methodist Church serviceson County' Fair' In January accompany the Moot family while they' Auburndale. spent Saturday as Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Kersey
hi*' foot required stitches to Sunday. Nearly all who attended bag himself on.. the are gone on their circus tour. guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. have their grandson David
close the wound. Kelly i* the youth week activities guitar Tiny Tim sang a favorite They will be gone for several Mlzelle. Kersey son of Mr. and. Mr*.
star' athlete of the SoutheastJr. received honor awards for par- western hymn "Great months. Richard Kersey DeLand.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. King
High track team. ticipation. A total ot 72 honor Speckled Bird". Tiny Tim won spending about 10 days with
The Herrmann's attended> a and son Hoy. of Tampa were
Mrs. c.nUa' White had 25 awards were presented. Thir second priae. The audience began them.
show over In Tampa In which weekend guests of his mother
vsiting with her ty-eight special awards were feet during the F,1w fit'
on Sunday. tapping
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pearson
they acted. They are also circus Mrs. Zula Williams Mrs. Robert
Among the 25 were her brother given for regular attendance performance and demanded an
of visited
actors.Where < Bevls and two sons vlt- Wauchula Mr.
and during the week. Trophies Tiny Tim i* now call
his wife Mr. encore. lied wth them Sunday atter- Ora Lee Lay ton Sunday after
Elmer and Mrs. Ruth Kins- based on a point system, were ed "Little Elvis! by' his class have been several noon.

Ie4r.and two boys, Donnie and awarded to those with the mates. He has also sane and cases of the measles In the past nun. of
Mr. and Mrs. Ileston lUgan Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lefebvre
Jlihmi all from Tamps, Fla. highest'points.. Danny Carlton played the guitar att the Prine few weeks In our community.Mrs. 4 1.1rM visited his
Brighton sister Arcadia visited their son-in-
Mr. was given the trophy in theyounger elementary School for a Parent Adden Albritton. the first
and Mrs. V. E. Holings-
Sunday
Mrs. Dlllie Underwood. law and daughter Mr. and
group for having 11 Teacher Association. Then and second grade teacher, was
worth were hosts to the Sarasota (
afternoon. Mrs. O. S. 1 lolling j worth, and
poult L .ua Gail *tu>s wu hunting club The
recently. Mr. and Mrs T. E. MUelle three children Sunday.
hue L.l>pny with eigiu points by tne three Gill cnilurcn -
members and their w v*.. gathered and Y"> .i...r 'Caruon 4iiu *nary in me hootenanny which Mr. and Mrs. Morris It. till and T. E. Mi, l1e. II, drove to Mr and Mr*. M. F. Miscue.
al their heats.rxl ak>ng Bean City Sunday morning fur Tammy and hl.nds. drove'to ,'
t>ufe slew both leietved: iav.r w.a for the Vteboto Day in and family made a trip to son
the MyakKa River:, fur an ar4 .- the day with Mr. and :\In. El. Jobean and vicinity, for,
trophies for 11 point Iol! <.h. radenion on ftianh. ',, tiny Tampa on Saturday.
ternow ot fishing -and hunt-
Jack Waters, Jack Jr. and Sunday alteration out Intl
iiu.t.. ."'*sup were, wjro.eu a lam haa two pru rams within Rev. Luther Colbert's son /
ing. A late afternoon dinner of
Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Lynn
returned
Tommy
dollar. Mnee to who Is home furlough Mpndsy.
sliver w.m MII hour of each other In Sara on a
Barbecued veraion. Wild pig oot.e t.m. iu potni. Putt .-.h.. uut. on racuo.. Tint was vncutuageu from the Air Force visited Mr. and Mrs It. W. Hotllngsworth morning to Camp Ljeuene.
and squirrel was erveu> to UMIungry Sr. and Mrs. Marianne .
N. C. From there he will go
raye iteuury. iu points. by Jimmy Rankin tor1.er the Methodist Church where
ftowd. Thu", guests pre.abnt Sellers drove in Sunday to Camp IVndleton. Cal., and
Miss\ Carmen Merrmwu was toik country jubilee contest his father- is pasturing.Mr. .
inducted Mr. and Mrs.
night to attend services at /go on a IB months tour of
returning home irom churins.i spunsoreu by' st.au..aNU and Mrs. Park Taylor's
hoes btatiord. Mr. and Mrs.
Trinity Methodist"- Church. and duty In Japan and the
luurmjii LHtub. Mr\ *. era Kiple. 'vices, in Sarasuta on Sun- w \ aara.ota. liny him is son Jerry who is In the service .
heart! the Shrlner sing or Pa 'lflc.
morning driving a car line JOb with his singing U home for few days. e a. ,! Soun
uay a a
"' Mr. and Mrs.\ Meuot Keen itouig 4 r t 't I l lhtl"i Ch nt. Mrs. Zula. William was
1..1... and Mrs. John butcher owned by her brother Air. Harry and music. Mr.\. and Mrs. Edward Co r day afternoon and night guest

SUL. aiu Mrs. Bill }tayn .. Mr. tierrmann. AS she neared wlr. Ducat Hawkins report ker'a son Lucky Coker h a a Week of April .11 of Mr. and Mrs. C. J, .Carlton
the end ot the Jrultville Hoad.me his titter from Venue, Mrs." he U also In setvice
..._ tut*. .verett Johnson, Don come home
Mr. and Mrs. K.: W. Knight Arcadia, and they drove tot.
motor tell, | out of the car. Lucille Rises is buck in Sorusota out in the state of Ten as.There ,
i_..>, _UM ". *-. lt.. >l.ll..+W..4 U>. made a business trip to Sarasola their Lake hone" and' had*!!
tins was taken' hume Hunsrxtuiai Hospital. We sure wish several' visitors
were
..Mr. auu ivir*. Otto U..rmannhave by .last Thursday.Mr. supper with Sonny Carlton and:3
returned fiorn a sixteen and the cur was later uwr a stuck\. .: recovery.Mr. : attending the Methodist Church:
and Mrs. Oscar A. Maxwell family, who were there for a
lay VIMC tu frtaerlo lltcu, twweu to the Herrmann &<..I1\n.: ai.u Mrs. thirty Earnest pra Sunday. There was also a of Jacksonville' arrived while.

where they perionueJ to Mr. and Mrs. Dueler Alt- vUued in U>e Morris dill hume good number in Sunday school. I Saturday for an Indefinite visit Mr. and Mrs. Callle :""Id.a'and

rvuwu numbervu A lob.OOU.XAton man... Mr. and Mrs buster Cur- on. Sunday., Mrs. James JVIIzell celebrated with her sister, Mrs. Dillie sun M. rk. uf ,GoJlwalt.
their return they decided but and family, Mr. and :Mrs. lot,. Annur Thalacker and her birthday this week. We -or '
Underwood and niece, Miss T**.. are expected by ttte middle
to butcher one uf their airy kutch: all from Sarasuu sou Larry spent the toy with wish her many more happy Eva Ruse llagan. of the week for a visit

bears since the bear lacked ana. George, Janice. and Joyce ir'vnus here. we era sure Ytad birthdays.The Mrs. .J. D. Hooka of Pahokee.was with her parent., Mr. and Mrs.
tilts intctiigence required fur Aliman. and buck Rmgo all Sunday. .96" Homecoming<< will .
the Thursday guest, of n. W. llalllngsworth. Jr. sun
a't. and Mrs. H. .J. Boyd be held at the uld Myakka'Methodist BOWLERS Retta Cavas. 129 South Luther -
training. !runt Oneco and Mr. and :Mrs.Cede MARCH : Mr i. Ori Lee Lay ton. She Is David, and elhejr relative *
VA party was held Sunday White and two sons from and Mr. and Mrs. Morris ]Hill Church on April 1ft. Avenue, Arcadia. and bowler I-a I mer. Royal staying for a time at Lake The Home Demonstration: w

,daft at which friends and liradenton were all visitors in had Sunday night' supper with on Sunday church. service :"at Howard., Arcadia, won the of the month Child, and will return later I Club will meet In regular. ; ses-
nci t bors were invited to taste the Chesley McLeud home on Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Boyd.Mrs. 11:00 a.m. Basket lunch on the Bowl-Land. Retta rolled
play off Friday night at for a &lunger vl.lt. i then Tuesday evening. April I ?
titrtivcued bear and other Sunday. Jessie Hooks Is visiting grounds after church. Coffee a 570 to win the women's division and George hada Charles' and Bill .......'-un. :7a. at the Community tClubllouie. t
of her family and served. Come
members will be
and tea
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foreign delicacies. The guests The Myakka City Civic Associations :389. Each month the two best bowler are awarded sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charles :I All members are urged "
friend here. W. are sure haveto with family and
visit
reported that the bear was regular monthly your .
Atr. (Arcadian otL) W. Harrison of Arcadia were lo i I attend.
very tasty. The guest list In- meeting was held at the youth. have Hooks to comeback friends. a plaque -- e.M
eluded Mr. and Mrs. Murray center on Thursday night. to .visit.. She and her husband ;;

Gill Paula DeKanter and There were reports given on were resident of this

daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph the State Road 70 project community at one Urn. Sta ribrings t the first new'\
Ada Hawkins visited
Mrs.
Mootz and Dagmar. Alffred. committee. Also we had a ,. ;
Elwln and Richard Russ. speaker attorney James Wal- her' sclster-in-law M a. Lucille ;

Music. was provided for dancing lace on the subject of Charters Hines who U in the .Saraswta ,

under the stars. and by-laws. We also elected Hospital on Friday.Mr. '. since
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gill new officers for the new John Taylor .Is still In antiknock compound Ethyl

and family attended Mrs. Gills year. Officers elected unanimously !- the Arcadia: General Hospital. ,
fathers birthday dinner Mr. were Arthur Thalao- We hope he will soon be back

Alton Roberta. The dinner was ker. for president Clyde Yan- home again.
served at the New Zion Baptist cey vice president Mia Ed- The Manatee County Schoolchildren .
church. Mr. Alton Robert die Darlene XJndaey for sec met In Bradenton for .J
was o born and raised at New retary Mrs. Gall Thornton for their track meet on Saturday.

Zn3n and has, raised all his treasurer. Serving on the Board There was quite a number
fartCRrl.;' there; of director: are pact president( from Myakka icily school. IVIetnj """'" ........
We are glad to announce the James Thornton. Murray 611{. Rev. Luther Colbert had :

I.en&.e ftI'' of Mr. Alton Gill Jordon Boyd A. D. Taylor Sunday dinner with the II11U. f
r and Mi* LaVern Sourwald. and V. K. Hollingsworth. The Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Lang- y

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t'ili : By JAMES A. HALEY rewarding experience for JIlt! Florida's two major industries

Ribald Salutation Congressman 7th District to have had the opportunity, that which benefits citrus peo- -

; FloridaWASHINGTON to go to bat for the citrus In-. pie also benefits aU the pear -

, .... (Special) gresslonal District and all ol f; pie of our state. RADIATORCLEANING
\ OF DeSOTO COUNTY Perhaps the greatest reward dustry of the Seventh Con- The menace: we succeeded
By RUSSELL KAY that is obsolete
i razor you areas that an elected representativeof Florida as (if I may say so> In blocking Was of course: the
Hello Stupid) No wait, I am crazy as grandmother's the people at whatever without appearing Immodest) a i proposal by D. K. Ludwig whom

'L ; SALES and SERVICE serious Of course: this ribald quilt. level can have Is the knowledge first string player on the tea > owns the world's largest cargo

salutation doesn't apply unless And the guy I like Is the that he has been actively: which licked what undoubtedly fleet and also a million orange and

you era one of the poor dumb brave. and. noble! knight that instrumental achieving, a was a dangerous threat to' Frees in Panama to lease 1.700
:gallops over! the countryside result of real and immediate our.town; citrus, people acres of government owned
I t"-!\ .J' .,Advertising ,. Farm.Equipment ctiickst: who listens td the tr tdlct* With] his magic lance and astound benefit to thepeople .with iThe; success Of the effort to land In the Virgin Islands on REPAIRINGGUARANTEEDI

J t: ., and,' television' commercials- ., poor dumb-- mechanic: whose public. affair he ws block"Geertugent ,backing for which he would have planted

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"" c_...,., 211 Wett Oell _, :Madison Av "'running bumper to bum- contended that 1.70O
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Conditioning soap detergent people much competitive
Mrs. Slllypants didn't know Pick Up and
Furniture Stores l used to depend. on movie Florida's vast acreage. But Delivery
she was on television. Everybody
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tars and beauty contest winners those 1.700 acres: representedonly
4. CtNtRAL (LICTtlC' At C- who believes
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tk. !_.. ...<.. .AJ. the average housewife. Now Mr. Ludwig really
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,. W......,.. H..,.. Lr6NAM._ Doesn't she know that she Snide In the washing machines.
and heifers bulls his million orange trees tq Oak Ridge CemeteryPaid
can't get to first base unless steers scarce cows .50 to 1.00 hIgher.
.U Alr-wto. .. ......... Nuts to them and all the poor the Islands for -
f," i ..-... W**' .i... w r... AHM she adds Iloop-a.doop, Sarna* dumb females who rush to steady, and calves steady to .50 lower. All stocker classes Virgin processIng
.. .. ... .. as concentrate and transshipment -
., W w d. r *** joo, and Sllck.a-saek7 Besides
G.* C******, "T.. W..a'.d' PrescriptionsACCUTATIIY0..P..d.d their supermarket and scream steady. 80 percent of the sale to stocker, 22 percentof United States Political I Adv.
the
+ I DtM* *r, 260 Wnt Ota Stravt.WAInw her washing machine would to
for Snide.
r PY... S-4SOI. : I the sale cows, and 52 percent of the cows slaughter. for canning and distribution. .r(

'N.. -......... .... -;-;;;., -w..sw...;... clog.Then you better not brush Wouldn't it be funny If some (Spelled o<|t simply, what I I I FAIR PLAY''Kynes 7
dumb crazy manufacturer took Slaughter Steers Stocker Heifers '
kII' Dr. N. 101.10' Wow O.k: this would have meant was
}. .._,. PA... WA_ $3101.Printing your pearly teeth with any- the bull by the horns, kicked
, .. Bottled Gas thing but Glaze Glower. Pep- out all the bright Uty $15.70 to$16.00 Med $16.25 to $18.75 that Mr. Ludig would have .
, 1\"' e. "-- sopunk or Puck-apuck. or you on Madison Avenue young and men just Can 13.00 Com 14.00 to 16.50 been able to by-pass tariff -

CHUNrun A 6..w will have cavities up to here laws and regulations and get
N. Imply took 20 seconds to Inf 12.00
say .
1 .jf **. Stft.. flM.4 .61 *.*.lfc track and behind little Into the United States duty- -
j L....... Cm.l*.. ... .* ..> your pink We brought you this splendid Slaughter Cows
.* P.ftt. Om C.m tree his own Panama grown J
rlle- '- T. ; television Stocker Cows
*., Cm/. ,... DItri.*>* .V 1X( TMI ARCADIAN. L.N..d__ ears.Any knows program and hope to and 1 I ...
o..t iiM. 0.- t WM. poor simple sap Uty $14.75 916.75 oranges produced produced
I. Wt Oh .<..... fttmm WA 4-4. SO I. Q-'Ify I I. *.....*. riM WA**VS*.I, that no product is worth Its you your enjoyed appreciation it. You by can buyingour show Cut 13.50 to 15.50 Com $14.00 to $17.25 and processed by his "

f salt that isn't new and Improv which is Inf 10.00 to 13.50 own cheap: labor and shippedin I wN
product as goodas Can 11.00 to 13.80 .M
ed. Next the his tankers manned
adver. ,
Materials year poor at own I
Building anything on the market
Ready-Mixed Concrete Users will have to fall backon the price." Cow-calf pairs by low cost crews.: Only the

double improved and new- Slaughter Mulls Com $135.00 to $140.00 Good Lord Himself knows
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.co..rLITI.. LlNI .. "IW.. __.... IADV-MIXID" -- .... er than new. ',Of course: what this would have doneto ....
.. COMCKITI C m you .
.dMe.. CMk. .../.... .._Iy. i iSl SmoJcey SayttOmr 15.75 to 17.25 Inf 105.00
141 ...... Mans" A...__ r...... Cbmt NSY. mt *tk*, ...,..r..r--son. and I know that It la the same Uty the domestic citrus market
SiMMlM ,
WAM.r ..3111.a ** A**. Ik.N S i PP WAhMt ly. s.asei.MtMM old product. but we have to Cut 14.25 to 15.75 Stocker Bulls In Florida of course but -,

sit and listen to bored announcers Can 13.75 also everywhere else citrus is ,
try to make us believe' Med $15.75 to $18.00 grown in this country. But : -'It

:! Dolomite Roofing that black .Is white and reds Com 15.25 to 17.75 we all know that It would

green. Slaughter Calves Inf 14.25 have done plenty and none '

Pot MftTIUZM. U.., .......... And what about shampoos. Good $20.00 to $22.50 of it good.It outstanding tens
.
.40..d--. MMfclO" ..l tilfc .H........"rM-., .wN WAfcM."_*. fcmlt HOOflNO_.> r*-l n/c-.ac.: n..ir.l .fl.H S.Iisq W. *M..*.1.-. Why don't you drag out your vo.1N ,V Stdn 18.25 to 20.50 Stocker Calves Is strange that the Fed- of fair; play fs one of the
.
S-44JI. ;: WAtoM'' *-*.J I. P WAMN 0.31 e/ favorite pearl necklace and OOTeCTlNO eral Government would have most 'Important'attributes
I I Uty 15.00 to 17.25 Good $19.00 to $23.75
tear It apart so that you can even considered such a pro- Ms new office calls for.ORLANDO' ."

drop ',one In this and anotherIn Med 17.00 to 20.50 position. But it not only was

Ii Drugs TV Soles & Service that bottle of shampoo and Stocker Steers Com 15.00 to 16.75 considered; it was on the verge SENTINEL

see how long It takes for the of final approval by the directors -
Inf 12.00 to 14.00
Med $16.85 to $18.25
COMPLIT/" ... .. d.a... ....hl.. .. Nwp" ..w1.v. s.A. 1. gem to reach bottom. of the Virgin Islands Cor-
AI.N.IMo ..
'... P..P..N.e.. Pn.M .. M kkwk And If you happen to shave Com 14.25 to 18.00 poration when your Florida James W.
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1 = ,.. = 641 ad A''". 6..d....... Stocker Calves 100-250
w..z.::. A31N.N.. DS., H. *.* cm*_ .tyl... CMN Mtk" with an electric razor you Inf 10.00 to 13.75 team In Washington backed.
.4*.. MM* .t t**.... Ml-l ..4' T.V. know that those that cut this Good $25.00 to $27.00
._ .. I hasten to by Flor-
w. .. ...__ d.. N say your
'i ., way are far superior to those Med 23.00 to 30.50 I
= =: -:= b..k.d" -= ida team In Tallahassee -
.. Disk f O.P. that cut that and If
.- Exterminators WA91' o-.W- a_ a way you tenets give as e..Ilels-. Com 19.00 to 24.00 succeeded In getting the earl j I .
j T.V., 11 *_ 0.11 't_. fc M.. ?.* are silly enough to rough up -
...... ......... your poor delicate skin with a all.types ef. tenet reereaUeal Inf 13.25to 19.00 of the President and In convincing J' I I ATTORNEY GEMERAt
him of the dire
consequences. -
Mi.cONTlOa.: ;
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TBOrKAL Tl "'. --- -- r
T_ .. __ ._...1 both economic and i| .
T e, p..o r.. P.NN..I .
Adv..N..w..r. r.w
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037.1.- ... .. .. ..... WA Transportation Service -- political which would result 1 I''p.. br Nr..5 C..i.,, 1.64,
'5.0000 5O64O5 ca.. ..
1 . .. 'HLmcA4" INT'"t" I from this, deal Once that w.al'I
t : f'I.J.' :r..r.: ., ADYITlfty I ..... .- "
;J. a ea wA.r f''l : : S .I.w. -"C-.l..l.' : ;- .........".' ......WW... 3 ei W. Paid Political Ad ertl. ment.
:...wee ctricgypyesn4.: """'"' ;:::114 "
e _- _. '- $ 4111 W. N..r. ; f l'S"., .. ".. ..

q OINlaAL IUCTII'c-A' _.... ....... Dear Friends, F.f'i I' "
I-wa...' II wow ale $1Ib.6. ..

te t, f wAA.M 801JI1. Tree Service Vii' S
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? .. _Office Suppliers -IUNCDAIT- Tall-itayici- T_ It wail my pleasure to servo you in the Florida State Senate from 1952 until 1960. During.this .:

::::; ,numt l. J period I spent,,much,time l iri-DeSoto County workjng ln close harmony! .: with}interested citizens and es I ..
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.,./.6, ee4 l 0 r._ -... interest to ?** '. .
public officials great '
rot ALL YOU OfMCf IUPPL'II .... on .lnatterof you aP $ .
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*;'Listed below are some of the accomplishments that were mad in which I played.'a .vital part. ,
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fib..OMING r* !
EVENTS 0
tr"i ; 1953-Steered to passage In the Senate a'$H4 million appropriation for new building construc I'M GRATEFULfor ..

1' 'w tion. Prior to this time some outside effort was being made to move these facilities to another area d

THURIDAY APRIL' 1. / of the state. The expenditure of this money for new buildings helped anchor this. institution in the opportunity to continue serving .!

.,: Jehua Creek HD Club 10:10 A. M. Mrs. Kthel Avant DeSoto County permanently Florida's consumers: and giowers through:
.
'' Pwblle Library Hey re, 1:90: .. fc3O P. MOl Library Building "* :

:'I j.f Odd Klwanls) ".11_Club.. L.de*::3O,P.7:00 M.P.Delete M, Praternal rUvtauraNt Tmala. I 1955-59 Obtained In Florida' Senate appropriations of more than $3y$ million for new build- INSPECTION of foods gasolines feeds, fertilizers .

.' Teurlat Club.. TXX: P. M, W....."'. Club Mullelit* ins construction bringing the total to more than $5 million during my term In office. erS seeds and pesticides ,
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t.m star a: p. M, Ma*.nle. Temple '
AUehellcs A.....,,,,.,,.. .::00 P. M, C."",,, Court Heuse t- MARKETING of Florida agricultural .;
D..*t. County Beard .f R.all. .r.. S-OO: P. M, City Hall products;

i ,..,,'. s.wllnf (Merchants' Les.".) 8:1: P.M, a*..!.Land Alleys HIRIIWAY PATROL BUILDING PROTECTION of plant and livestock industries

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I' r .' 1955-Obtained' funds In the Senate for the construction of the local Highway Patrol building.,.... against diseases and Insects; .

PWIDAV, "APRIL ITPublle *rt ECONOMY In government by working for J
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Library Hours 140 te .::10 P. M.. kl fry ." ldlag i "?. "J.I. "> .t' "" to r'jw.,* ''* better efficiency: and conservation as a'I;'

West .1.", .r. 4-N. COO: P. M. West al.", "K**| I SCKEWWORM ERADICATION Cabinet member.
} Vewtn. Aetlvltl. 1:00: P. M.. Veut C..*..pAraeU ..
'. Grants.. t5i. 7JO P. M. Odd Pellew* Hall Sponsored as committee chairman and directed passage In the Senate a bill .to eradicate ChW M. +LJ Ad.wtlw_=.1;

dcrewworms In Florida. : Paid. Per my. Cmmlt_ Fer D.,... Cenf.r

j I--"n!" '' ,** ftATUROAY APRIL. 1Publte a e.,


Library H....... ,10: t. IJO P. M. Library Bull ls) MERIT SYSTEM tats WAPG Pr. ...
Youth AvtlvItU. 7XM: P. M,Yeutn Center .

..Tewrlst. : 'Club. 7M: P. M., Seman's Club/ Hewse 1957-Introducted: and passed In the Senate a bill which created the merit systenuiThis' 'gave s.r

..; '
',"- _".1. many state employees needed job security. -',r: :?, *' laG ea your dial ,1-

SUNDAY, APRIL 1KRVICKS .

AT ALL CHURCHCtl ATTCNO THK CHURCH SCHOOLS
OP YOUR CHOICKntrsl WEEK DAYS THu"aDAV CHANalE.-

I.wtll Co FIrMa Oa A..'" 2:00: Ne... Mr*. C,W.C"......! th..C'IM.1Dtlea' as. .... llwx T-. A..MN.4M .. "
1937-0 Guided to.paAsage measure which returned a portion of sales tax to / a ____ .
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Jt t ....n P"IDAV CHAMOIS
for rM+x *hool.constructio3 i,and. better teachers'PAT. This meaaure*also relieved :some'of' the property f.H -a_-a--_-_--. A W.wr -.. &aL a.- 1S. .

MONDAY APRIL fO tax burden. __ :: ::.:: L..q a SATURDAY CHAMOIS
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Owen HD Club. *:-OO P. M. Ow..* C."J'.. C.nt.rTewHet :.:: Low sow sow. 11,3... -...4..... sow.....5..b.I- NV
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Club' .. .4. a.'C1 -
7:00: P. M, W* nans Cl *> H*" -1 .
'Civil. Air .......... 7:00 \\h r L. n ItOADSI -
: P. M. V utK Center v f i .1 ," : SUNDAY .
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An Plertea eie Club, ,.ao P. M, .*tf 4I''le Club He4* e c-. T..
ewllne.. (Lad/*. La.u.). ,.so P. M. ..w"i.and Alleys Assisted local. l offkfal aril crtlien*'In programing the rebuildlngVf state road 707Abied. In get.' .... -- s---. a .,_.. tu..Or a .....
... (.. L t. .. 1 1.. .saw .. a..d : fir
Af r n *. ". SJOO P, M.. L HallNatlsnal ,.. : .
rl.rlda' Ou. ..... .::00 P. M, ArmeryTUCtDAY. ting funds released for this and other road projects.The i; i Jr: :::--=- 'O ........ =.5e64-U0 :.,..sect11..d..w

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i APRIL tl Job of State Senator is a position of er\ice through which one can help meet many of =- -. w a..d s..e -- ""-'"a tr--

Arcadia Rotary CI", 1:1t P. M. ......."._ R*.4..r...tPwblle the nemU of our pM>H It ".u with thU attitude that I erred you before; It fa in this spirit that I J-.., N.- -- a --.. 'T: ==--=-.. ........

Library H...... ,1M te U. P. N. Llbrery' S.lldl..e would like to serve you again. .- .-.... ----. ---- ,...., ..... t :.
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'Tketa MHO Olrta. c..,.... TOO: P. M, rrst.r*>.l TempleCattl..a4' Your vote and will be- greatly appreciated. I.s 0w a ..soar
J A..latl' A. IfcOO: P. M. A.". M*..insj HsuaeBeat support* 1. $30 ... e w .1 ........ .. .......

D e.... Club.. aoo P. .... let ClkrtotlaM Cft ur..ltMen's 4' 9 I' l! :::._: .. ._

..wll..* (... .... laM.), 8:11 P. M. a ott-Lan Alleys .-. < ia1":.'. .. ." M VDOYLE ,' I tea MONDAY srr ...CHAMOIS gross. w .-.-.... 1..r coos, eb.r

E. CARLTOK. JR. TUESDAY CHANGES ::.. --g- ........
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; =... --t. :- ..'It ff. ,',j Candidate for Florida State Senator .M Low ---. a slow.WSDNISDAV .
r WKDNCSDAY APRIL u s-ou. c.n 4. c. $san .... :7Ua District CMAJlG& ... -:::: w ----a v
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Aw tte ..... ';00 P. M. M...i..ii Mark u Ii Ir" TT "me. .1rh" r Ass .......... LIMN Ale ...,... .r., tAse se
Library' H_.... 1OO feSO .estN. LISOSOyeoMdII I
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FROZEN Fci ris Wf OlVf
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FARMHOUSE FROZENCream [ Peaches 5. a..ac.. I i KRAFI-S CRACKER BARREL MELIOW OR
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Pies .3 r.. $100, Sharp
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ASTOR FROZEN ORANGE Swiss Cheese ..R'*. 33e
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ASTOR FROZEHPeas WE OlYf P rem 'L:. 39 e Tomatoes 5 ',c.u $I 00 Wt- GIVE- Cream Cheese ..

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r -., ... .4-B, THE ARCADIAN.. Arc.adla.F1orfda. Thursday-Aprll.JL6-196: ..r.-. .-. . ,.,a'-, :.-,:u:'. ". .- "" sl ,:"1" : -- .. .........
.\ ." P.- :' 'O : : '. ;_:: '!: .. :!i'/11f I ': 'J. '
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f ,. : ; : .V' : th a action: 1
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hasrewarding F was
.1 :, ; Industry .. y rufet&t. a1tldi f f.Iam
.. : 3d ;L l t ela.J.jII '" 1 Haley's'l RrtBj beta .It''wiJr' $
'.. A WHO TO CALL benefit not Just our citrus which to have accomplished played on this the fps. .

people themselves but aU of

our people. As citrus Is one of
; i RECTORYOF JAMES A. HALEY rewarding experience for me Florida's two major industries,

\ SalutationBy Congressman 7th District to have had the opportunityto that which benefits citrus peo ---

FloridaWASHINGTON go to bat for the citrus In- ple also benefits all the peo- --

(Special) gresslonal District and all of ple of our state. RADIATORCLEANING

j OF DeSOTO COUNTY Perhaps the greatest reward dustry of the Seventh Con- The menace we succeededin
RUSSELL KAY razor that Is obsolete you areas that an elected representativeof Florida as (if I may say. so blocking Was. of course: the

r\ Hello Stupid! No wait, I am crazy as grandmother'squilt. the people at whatever without appearing Immodest) a proposal by D. K. Ludwig who

: / SALES and SERVICE serious. Of course, this ribald level can have is the knowledge first string player on the team owns the world's largest cargo

salutation doesn't apply unless And the guy I like Is the that he has been actively which licked what undoubtedly fleet and also a million orange and

you. are one of the poor dumb.'brave and. noble1 knight thatgallops instrumental in achieving, a was a dangerous threat to trees in Panama, to lease 1,700'
.;. over the countryside result of real and Immediate ouriowrt citrus people. acres of government owned

.it :: ?', ;Advertising Farm EquipmentINTIRNATIONALTn..k..d cluck.* WK listens td tbAccadldand .with(] his magic lance and astounds benefit to.the people'.with .,The. success,of the effort to land In the Virgin\ Islands on REPAIRINGGUARANTEED
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\' television' commercials" ,, poor dumb- mechanics: : whose public affair he' w.4 block ,Government backing for which he would have planted

:f ---. .-------.. and 'falls for them. : \ in the grease pit and Little entrusted by virtue of hi*''elec establishment. of an off shore citrus groves, and create a new -' -

>' N.wy.IN. hoiMlfcilta, circular. 'cllrc** Wittt M.Crml.k T...._ mm* P.w tmn No friend, I didn't Insult 'Leaguer at the city park And tion. Industry competing directly, industry in the Islands. NowIt
,A ,&s.. mtm*.m ..rmt Tmm Andl.w. ......_. N_.... Slot... .".... your, Intelligence In calling; you' what business has. he got on a It thus has been a richly. and unfairly,. with our Florida Is true, as Interior Depart I
XO7-2O W_ 0... Stra.t.WAI ... ._. tint .'mmf ..* P.f.... c.-./.... _... ituptd,'.. The bright-e' y e.d ,
.. $-1301. ..* Mrvto. *.....__. SmitM HmrtmMmtmr 'pub.110,? thoroughfare with traf ment backers of Mr. Ludwig'sproposal WORK
CWMM**, 931 W'*t 0... ./..... bushy-tailed Madison Ave- fic"running''.bumper) to bumper contended that 1.700 L
Pk.fi* WAint S2101.Furniture you ,an J.Q. about equal to ,a'six ? J acres of citrus would not offer
,
I months old baboon. ARCADIA LIVESTOCK MARKET: threatto
Air Conditioning The soap and detergent people much competitive
and
Pick
Airs. didn't know Up
Sillypants
l But Delivery
StoresO.li used to depend, en movie Florida's vast acreage.

yip GfMCIAL. ttICTIC-= ..*.. Air C... the was who on believes television.that Everybody standon stars and beauty contest: winners those 1,700 acres representedonly MEYERRADIATOR
what
.. .. to sway the feeble mindof a minor fraction of
mint tTS
v dIt/.Id .y Ar- TI-: .. Livestock
their heads with their
tongue
Mmta-rnmitvra, ., it W. Iw.1.kMp ReportApril wanted.
Star Octfctr
... _.. .. the average housewife. Now Mr. Ludwig really
p.1. 0..e. Asa
> ... fmrnmrn WAbwt. S-F1S1. ...... M.....'.._... ._.t II W... hanging; out. Mrs. Sour- they get a flock of trained seals.. Mr. Ludwig wantedwas SERVICE
0... ....... r0... w........ .. bottom thinks her detergent Is What
They memorize a lot of drivel authority, which would PHONE
WA9-1341
HOMI VUftNISNI -.k.1 1 stronger than Clare the de- and tell how they couldn't: liveor 8, 1964 out In his
=
have been spelled
... ...... A..41.p k.... that reflects the .
I Awnings -.4. ..d N...... ..-... ..toe.W tergent sun.Doesn't hold a husband without 504 head of cattle and calves in the offering. Slaughter lease to transport the product 1 Block North of
.. ..kl.T'. H.,.. ............. she know that she Snide in the washing machines. trees tq Oak
can't to first base unless steers and heifers scarce cows .50 to 1.00 higher. bulls of his million orange Ridge Cemetery
PRO-TIcT-u ......... .n ............. get Nuts to them and all the poor the Virgin Islands for processIng -
......... W m't >!., m.t ...... .... as concentrate
.
tmt a So and Sllck-a-sack
mt ? Resides
700,
A.. Cmmtfmmf. -Y. Gn.m'. 1..1 t PrescriptionsACCUaATHY their supermarket and scream steady. 80 percent of the sale to stocker 22 percentof to the United States Paid Political I Adv.
iftO : her washing machine would
.. tntrtmmtmt....... .W. Ooh StrM for Snide. the sale and 52 of the slaughter. distribution.
and
MM** w. '0... cows percent cows for canning
.. \ .;;;;;.._... Ir.wrll.tic. clog.Then Wouldn't It be funny some FAIR
... w.drk..d mmmttml _"... you better not brush (Spelled old: simply what I r PLAY''Kynes"
K...k'. D_ ...... .01...1 WM* 0... dumb, crazy manufacturer took Slaughter Steers Stocker Heifers this would have meant was
.._. ....... your pearly teeth with anything -
H> mm w. IIlls.Printing the bull by the horns kicked
.. Bottled Gas : but Glaze Glower Pep- Uty $15.70 to $16.00 filed $16.25 to $18.75 that Mr. Ludig would have
out all the
.., \, --- -- sopunk or Puck-apuck, or you on Madison bright Avenue young and men just Can 13.00 Com 14.00 to 16.50 been able to by-pass tariff r

/ Nl.J,, fiii.t ::"ho"'f= J will have cavities up to here simply took 20 seconds: to say Inf 12.00 laws and regulations and get
.M. '
United States
and behind little Into
your pink the duty-
r ........ C..Ik.. IitNt. .o N. .kN I We brought you this splendid Slaughter Cows I
i r"D.' ..... Om C_"i., TNI ARCADIAN. L.H._ ..* television program and hope Stocker Cows free his own Panama grown \
.., Grmmm't I..l DrMfk.it**4.41101." 2 WM
Ok StrM. fmrnmrn WA .to .M.d. ... you Com $14.00 to $17.25
QiMlMy ** rmmmm WA a-e. that no product Is worth Its appreciation by buying Cut 13.50 to 15.50 duced and processed: by his
your
salt that' Isn't new and Improved. Inf 10.00 to 13.50 own cheap labor and shipped :
which
our product Is as goodas
Can 11.00 to 13.80
Next the advertlsera in his own tankers mannedby
year poor
Materials the market at E
Building anything on
Ready-Mixed Concrete will have to fall backon the .Ofo.r.aa Cow-calf pairs low coat crews. Only the I

double Improved and new- Slaughter Hulls Com $135.00 to $140.00 Good Lord Himself knows I k
COMMIT LINE .* kMlMliMj, n..PNkb I IEAOY.MIXIO' CONCalTi er than new ,Of course, you what this would have doneto .
C..NIM.k.
..* nmfmtm. C.. SMlMtH,. ..._ Stnoltey Says 15.75 to 17.25 Inf 105.00
) r> /y. ... ...... .... Uty .
IJ ..., Mmmrm .A*...... ...._: CAM.MN.1' .v.M, M. and I know that It Is the same the domestic citrus market I .r
WAIm. .-a.... mm+tr .M Cut 14.25 to 15.75 I
Mmmrm Av*. fwmmm WMmmt. 1-2111.= old product but we have to Stocker Bulls In Florida of course but
sit and listen to bored announcers Can 13.75 also everywhere else citrus is +3
try. to make us believe' a :Med $15.75 to $18.00 grown in this country. But

I Dolomite Roofing hat black .. white and red Com 15.25 to 17.75 we all know that it would

I. green. Slaughter Calves Inf 14.25 have done plenty and none

I n.7 _.0. IIITIUZIN. .... ......- ..Ue. ..-... ..d.1..N., 110011N. c.. ......... And what. about shampoos. Good $20.00 to $22.50 of it good. of fair play outstanding"Is of sense
< H one the
I N.'. MMhtaCftlMrp.> rkMM WA.14431 .Me w. Pk..s-WAM,4i:: /jr: 04 e. ....... I Why don't you drag out your Ma11CTMTlTdO Stdn 18.25 to 20.50 Stocker Calves It Is strange that the Fed- "
most Important'attribute
!- mt WAlM : S-.tII. favorite pearl necklace and eral Government would have !
f tear Jt apart so that you can Uty 15.00 to 17.25 Good $19.00 to $23.75 even considered such a pro his new office calls for."

drop one in. this and anotherIn Med 17.00 to 20.50 .
position. But it not only was
t DrugsExterminators TV Soles & Service that bottle of shampoo and Stocker Steers Com 15.00 to 16.75 considered; It was on the verge ORLANDO'SENTINEI.hW .

see how long It takes for the of final approval by the directors -
Inf 12.00 to 14.00
Med to
$15.85 $1825
1\ DONALDIOH'S HT'I -"- ..A r.N gem to reach bottom. of the Virgin Islands Corporation -

f _COMPUTE....... .....N.... .ef./...d.r1y.... /t 0.1.1,1.r.111.. ..I 1111... ,,.Ad..lNr...d ..': .'. M k..d.w.0.bM.k ..d And If you happen to shave Com 14.25 to 18.00 .Stocker Calves 100.250 when your Florida
...... ........, '
-....... pre ..... Pk.' .. 'w ......... ttftm Cmt M.'_ _. with an electric razor you Inf 10.00 to 13.75 team In Washington backed
4 ,
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11.14111., ._.. Umm mt, tmt\+...mmfmmmmmtm.. M -,....**' T.V.mmtmtmmtlmmm mtmtmM know that those that cut this Good $25.00 to $27.00 I hasten to say, by your FlorIda !l
mf
tmrnm.* tmtvlmm. "11 *11.kt -N way are far superior to those Med 23.00 to 30.50 team In Tallahassee -

Wmrt .mmnmit.., *mm...Dick.' mr P. .s that cut that way and if youare Com 19.00 to 24.00. I
*.1. O. M. mmm ) gli'. M a* alaelL- succeeded in getting the ear. I
I T.V, II Omm .to silly enough to rough up '
.
mttmmt
Ill T.
Pk.0l .:.::,.. your. poor delicate skin with a all tyyea .,. feres recreaUeal. Inf 1325 to 19.00r of the President and In convincing -* 11
him of the dire come- I w
TROPICAL. TIBMITI CONTROL I.. ... _. ------- --- r
y- ..... .-. .M p.-11 .-..., quences both economic and [ ....$... .............._. Pad
-..... ......dls. ... ..... ...... WA political: which would l result,' G./.1.. P..d, j
Transportation Service ::: :: =
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0.234I. I I .., CA.... .
., ..Yr from this. deal. Once that was I

-- I R i a .... )., ,. -f1):1): ..." t'. 't... ."t- .'\t-l. .:.:.. .:.OUTlit:U.ADVCRTINMINT'1'. ._..:.:" ...: ):...J :..L.".' ", .j(, (;- .. ,..... .! '.:'t, .' '( Paid Political Adv;rtl*;;ment..vrr';; -

i f 44ctricqp lion ';: '-' : 1_ "".M. .mar.. ...... .,.-t": ";:;' 'r' *J, t 4 j; f'j "- RfII" ', +. :>.:rt

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( "I..AL iLICTPlC-A..dl. ;:'';;': Dear Friends, : 1 1' DOYLE
f ''- II W'". 0... .-.. f
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I i Tr.. Service. V Z
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--- U was my pleasure to servo you in the Florida State Senate from 1952 until 1960. During,this CONNER I
IU _
.. Office Suppliers Tall / TNv.N..t
1" '.N1C.OAIT/ .s.i.m.v/C..I period I spentmuchtime DeSoto County wfrkjnff.in! close harmony with interested,citizens and
w.. .a4 L4..:. N saw... 1 *
,
'1W II y.... ---- public officials on matters of great interest to OT |"'t' }' 4 ..
M.w.N
!I roe.'ALL YOUR o 'rti surrtitt. ,_ .. .. :
Jf= Ar.. I Nr..a wsJ..1 4Ml. : My... 01&, 4-.TI. "..... ...WU.'I ,> 7fiit ..
t I ft''w'' ,: I '/ of I

m .... r .. r Listed below are some of the accomplishments that were made in which I played.a vital. part. .

: Agriculture
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I t@MING' G. I'JEHCK WOOD' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL *" /


I EVENTS 1003-Steered to l passage In the Senate a $1\
.' ..., tion. Prior to this time some outside effort was being made to move these facilities to another area

THUftaDAV' ,APRIL ISJ4hus /' of the atate. The expenditure of this money for new buildings helped anchor this Institution In the opportunity to continue serving /

Creak MO Club 10SO: A. M. Mr.*. Btfcel' Avant IXSoto: County permanently Florida's consumers and growers through: 1
Public.. Library/' .....,, 1:10: 1* $30P. M, Library. sulldlne ,) .
Klwanla. Clwb. S.JO: .>. M.. Dsa te' nM...,..., i
19G5- !)-btalned In Florida's Senate appropriations of more than $3V million for new buildIng -
INSPECTION of foods feeds fertilizers -
Odd J r.uew. Le_a.. 7XXJ: P. M, FraUrnsI Tempi gasolines, ,
Tewrlal Club. 7.-OO: p. M, w....."'. Club. SnlWIng construction bringing the total to more than $3 million during my term.in office. ..a seeds and pesticides;
; taetsrw Star, I: P. M. Maaenta TemaleAl l
...h. ..lle. A...7.1..fs. 8XH: P. M.. Cvunly/' CaMrt Hawse ? MARKETING of Florida agricultural
0.S.t. County Seard ef R..lt.r.. S.-OO: P. M. City/' Hall products; D

h I/: Men's, B.wllna f Mtratianta.. Leaf u.) SiS: ".M.. ...I.L.... Alley HIGHWAY PATROL BUILDING PROTECTION of plant and livestock indus-


!hi! .. 1955-Obtained funds in the Senate for the construction of the local Highway Patrol building. tries against diseases and insects;
i -
F.UDAY.A..IL.7. ECONOMY In government by working for
:
r Punlle. Library H.ur. 1:10. tJO: P. M, LI".ar3au1l41"1/' || | .I 41 r./' '., H better efficiency and conservation as a .

I i .W.rt .1..... Sr. 4H *:OO P. M.. WIt 1.1..... ...K. *.IV I 1! SCREWWORM ERADICATION Cabinet member.
>tfc.. Aetlvltlea. 7:00: P. M. Youth.. Ce n'.r'AreasU > .
Orange Na. 101. 7:30 P. M. Odd Ftllews Hall Sponsored as committee chairman and directed passage in the Senate a bill to eradicate CPMoI ....... aar..e.f..4 I

\ 'I screwworms In Florida. ..... ref By Cmmmtn. fmr Deyle Cenner

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i ( SATURDAY APRIL 'I ., ,'

.. Public Library. H....... '1UO: te SSO P., M. Library Byll.li..a I MERIT SYSTEM Station WAPG Prtfraws
", V Yth.. Aatlv/tl.a/ T.-00: P. M.. Vetith.. Ciot.rT.YrNt

Clwb. 7.-OO: P. M.. ,...."'. ClMb H..... 19ST-Introducted and passed In the Senate a bill which created the merit systemAThls' gave

.y'I many state. employees! needed Job security. i'.: ::: 1480
,
--. OB your Dial
| SUNDAY AP..IL.'I'. I f


SERVICES AT ALL. CHURCHtSt ATTEND THK CHURCH SCHOOLS
p' or YOUR CHOICE I WEEK DAYS THURSDAY CHAMOIS

ewth,, Central rtrl a Goat A..*li ir: 0 N*.i.. Mr*. C. W. CN."".l sales to th."counties S.S. .... mm M.4> TW .*.mmFRIDAY
1057-A9--Guided t toj.paMage a measure which,returned a portion of tax 4M .l it--U i M.Nk.r.w

; for flew"'iihool.construction( .and better t.a.chft'.paJ'. This measure also relieved'some of i the property r= .=.. a Yr.akw 112. CHAMOIS.
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tax burden. ....
a
MONDAY APRIL M _. .1 -.rw ........ CHAMOIS
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.' 0..._. HD Club. l:OO P. M. O..M. CMMMMitlty. CenterTewrtet SC::lS MM.-V = 1/wI 411 := ..w Al.ll
av..d..a4.lSP.
," Club. 7SX: P. M, Wawtan'e Clwa. He e. ... .
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,r' Civil. Air Patr.,. r.-OO: P. MM V.utM.. ...- : .'. .. .'t... 1'if'n nOABSll w wi&s:1: I::N: t.rosy.::"-... :-; -.&........ SUNDAY
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/All. Plrl4a Saddle Clwb 7".so P. ..... SMlele Clwb H*Y*eBewllne. 1 : YT.
C.r.Y1
(Uaei,.. L.a._). TIO P. M. wt-Lan$ Alley Assisted k l ;cil oi'fktal11'ei tins'''In procramirut the rebuilding of state road 70. Aida? In getting ::: .... f -- ... tk/.. 0.Wes..
American L.*...... M>O .*. M, U* U" Hall ... .. __ l-_ -
funds released for this' and other road PCVJ<< J.. .... r --.. I
rl..rlda, Natl.sal' Guard, S0: P.. M, Armory ", a. M._ ____ r..Mw :.l:: -r. _=:_ 5

r X =' = :: .... = a. .;
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s Job Senator is position of service through which one can help met many of 344e
ti TUESDAY: APRIL SI I The of State a Mew.ee.l..k..... :
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needs' of It ''with this' attitude that I served before; it'Is In this spirit that I ,- -- :.. -- .....
Ara 1la RMary CI.... 1MB P>. M. Plm, ....M M...ararwWIe the our people.. was you .1 M..r r..w M --- =. N-rte... --
t ,Clbrary I .N---w .1:30 t* fete P. M. Library aubNlsI would like to serve you again.. 4 4 __ a 0.A.e !.. 1/ f...-
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I Mow -
V r W A. AwmllUry. 700; P. M. New VrW P... H0w-i s --- a........ 11- -- -
.T..... RHO OIHa CI.._. TO P1.' a., '.*'.....l Te..ale \"our'Ote and supptx will bpi greatly appreciated.( 1- M. .w T. .:: a... 1..s11.e ......
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c.tU.'a AMM|* I... KOO: P. M. A. M* IM. $4141 ....
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E D/0.t. Beat CI." fcOO P. M. 1s. CltrMUn", Ciw...iewllne .. i '- ."f '! I m' !"-et.f. :F'---
.' ... e:1. P. B ......*... Alley y IU* MONDAY CHANGES .
M. .a e c..K" Laawe). M. *. : I ... 07..11 .a wry ____ :__ es.-

DOYLE E. CARLTON JR. TUESDAY CMAMOSSr :: ____ A ......w
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*>... **. '>Trt w|umtrryy* S Jt" x Cammate for Florida State Senator I -- r ---

i -:,. WCONISDAY.. APRIL 1* ,21" ef .L. $ .
.. MA.....Nal kh..'.'1:30 A. .... .......n.. ....... I'.'11 Mf.Alt41 I ..** tmi.mVm.> v mtmmmmm S N =. i? /a

t? ... Os.... HD Clwb, 1100; A. M. Mr%. D.... iyAw .......r. \ 11ae .... ... .

\ .--k ti_ ..... 1;OQ ... M.. U.M*..k Mare ,.. "'" 4- L AN ......... LLW Ale s.oNt 'rq.-Cbse.e
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CREAM off Beef Stew 19c
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I Ground Beef 51B-1.99
I' Limit One With: $5 C PALM RIVER

:.: Or More' Order I I 2 Half Gal $I 00 CURRIER &IVESDinnerware <. Sliced Bacon 49c
"% PINKY PIO SKINLESSWieners.
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FANCY TEMOEH PotatoeS "u'i SELECT SLICED

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Pies ,3 '.. $100 WE crve g Sharp Cheese lOoL"" 49c
; FROZEN. ORANGE yj ySUriRB.>AND ill./ PROCESS AMER.., ORSwiss I

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Peas 6 '.. $100
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Waffles FROZEN CHEF ,0...Pk4". $100 Beans 12 ".. oo loo Juice 54s;::...."' $l00 (iJ ---i: *ShkU50IXTIA n Mfc .i ;."

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Service '. I DeSoto Notional Bank "
Nocotee Cities ; ': / r
''k Product FORT OODKN CHURCH ST. EDMUND'S
Cities Service
y. Meat Groceries Ice Bait I OR,: GOD EPISCOPAL CHURCH [ Serving DeSoto of Arcadia County With .. T

I, Noe.te d. Fla. ,fishing Tackle, '' WA 9.5191 ,Sunday., SUNDAY School 10:00: v p.m. f The Rev.SUNDAY JEM Maeale, Vicar Progressive Banking Since 10O7 iO

Morplng Sel'Vih |jt!W> ." ; 3:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist .

THURSDAY a 1:15: ..m. Holy Communion ';>0'i

.., ne e .. YP.K. 'f:30 p.m. .. l. 15 ..m. Sunday Schoul: ."
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Gulf .Npyol{ Stores Company : r Lefebvre Electric Service Co.
PORT OGRE MtTHOOISI. _ 1 & 9 a.m. Holy. Communion 1

FloridDrantley's CHURCH _. 9:30: Spiritual Healing Elect!tc Supplies) Sales & Service '. ,

I Noest SUNDAYSunday ___ Motor & Pump Repair ., .. '.
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8-8281
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SAINTS .
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Prayer :. 7:SO .m.
SrYf p ; Sunday School 10:00: a. m .u..a.
r n Arcadia V/omuns Club ,.
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Gulf Service : sacrament !Meeting 8:Ou p.m.
BART OQDI''N'! BAPM8TCHURCH A" 'I g rorw CorltM Road Hrud.*i>UMi : "a dw'IJ

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--- Taylor's Superette I II Ka
Lubrication Tires Batteries,\ ,Rev. J. N. OllbreathinOjy
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I N. Dr.vard' WA 0.3531 S.4rluliO' am.Myrnlnji 908 W. Hickory WA 8-8381
< : Werner ,
1 Worship 1 11 1 a n.Triilnlnjf Hickory and Wftld l nSUNDAY ure;:+
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Kwniti WurWilp 7ui: (J pm. s nible, School: 10:00 ..rn., Prices Six Days A Weeiv .- '.. h. .
WEPNCHDAYI'ruyvr + Morning( Worship 11:00: am (., .

.' ServM.e, 7.3O p.m. Even-rut: Wur hlp 630 p.m. :
*E. T. Smith ftardwaro Co. F.J m WEDNESDAYvenms .4
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Paint Hal. Price
PUUburgh Run Proof I .y
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"."1 per Gallon $purminf. BAPTIST 'Q
Pittsburgh Latex WSill Paint Sale''Price CHURCH KF A with us.riRST. B. W. "Bud" Skates t Roofing Co. .,. ..
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!J 8-4271 South Hlllaoereugh I.. _w."". .' + r w '
J4 Oa'Stnet"A Complete Roofing Service
OHM. Pit, "''''1. R... ..6246 ,. "
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.. .. '. _.- SUN pAY .. ASSEMBLY Or GOO | Route 3 Box S9OA WA 82104Warehouse ....
SUNDAY NocateeFirst .
Sunday Svrieul 1 043: am. -
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Sunday School 9:43 ..m. ..
,... Moaning Worship 1,1:00: a.m.
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Morning
".1. TrainingUnion p m. Worship 11:00: axn.
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Roberts Grady' Funeral' Homo. ,Evening: WEDNESDAY Worship 7:30: p.m. Even.ellstlcService SUNDAY 7JO: p.m. 1

"S4 Service Mld-Week Worship 7:JO p.m WEDNESDAY
t Dour" Ambulance Prayer and..'.-* Service Federal I Savings &. Loan _..--.
103 N. Brevard Ave. WA 8-4101 7:30 p.... -
Association; of DeSoto County +
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SUNDAY CALVARY BAPTIST In Arcadia At The Sign of The Die ;
Sunday School 10-00: ajn. CHURCH Clock With The ChImes 4'
Morning Wonhlp 11:00 a m. ee 11H BIBLE' ..
Bill Kelly Evening: Worship 7:00: ,' ,; !'' av coemtiw* ti wee ..... Highway 70 East
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.tY j / I' ...sew awls sower Rev. Ord.n AI... Paeter ;
TUESDAY: ___ A ar.eol. ) .
SUNDAY ,
SO Years Experience In LivestockDealer t '
Prayer Service 7:90: pjn. swJ.7 :
.. School 9:45 ..m.
and Order Buyer THURSDAYYoung > ._ ....... .... .. ) Morning Worship 11.-OO:: a.m. 1
I Box ''1009 Arcadia. WA 9-2MI' People Service 7:3C: p.m. Training Union .:JO p.... Rails' Service Station ...
The t>rcsl IontlAl primaries are now kind of faith that honors Htm. and it Evenlnc Worship 730 pjn. "
I In full swing with nearly all the candi is this kind of faith that saves. In ItoWEDNESDAY Standard Oil and Product Batteries St Atlas Tijea 3

::1 NOC Tall BAPTIST date talking confidently about wlnman. 10:9. 10. lie says: Prayer Service 7OO pjsw Washing OreaaUui ie Tire Repair .

; CHURCH Dlntr. but it has long been a question -If thou ahalt confess with thy Oak and Brevard WA fe6341Arcadia ,

Van Petten & Son Jua\ how much tht.. primaries mean. mouth Jesus as Lord and shalt Relieve
Sunday Fchool 9:43: a.m.Mominc BETHEL MISSIONARYBAPTIST ;
Worship 11:00.11\: Home, indeed, have started by win- in thine heart that God hath rifled CHURCH .

Funeral. ', Homo Tralnlnul Union 6:41 p m.Evening nintC in the primaries and have gone Him from the dead, thou ihalt be av- Eaet Cypreee $.. ANerth ....tl
Worship 7:43: p.m. on vo become prenldont. Hut others ed. For with the heart man believeth Revere A-
2M 1C. OeJc Street WA s-usi have done well' in the {primaries, yet unto rUrhteousneas; and with the SUNDAY .

have never! even como near lielnir nominated ''mouth confession Is made unto salva Sunday School: 9:45: ..tn. 01 t1.

FIRST' .APTI$T CHURCH by their own parties. tion. For the Scripture saith: Whoso Morning Worship 11:00 ajn.Cvenioc HardwareArcadia. !
Rev. Sheppard Bryan It' something Hire this with faith. ever believeth on Him shall not be ay- Worship 730: p..... ;

N. r.... A Hkkery' The primaries are liKe mental! absent, shamed 4' For whosoever shall call WEDNESDAY Florida .. :
I Laishley Farm Service, Inc SUNDAY or Intellectual faith. Before a person upon the name of the Lord shall be Prayer S.rv1e.7:2O pun.BROWNVILLE .

Your -PURINA Dealer Sunday School 943: .,m.. can be saved he must of course, know saved..' -
Garden and Tarm Supplies Morning Worship I ll-OO: a.m. about sin aria salvation and must give If Christ is not a risen living Savior. i
24 S. Brevard Arcadia' WA SS3JITaylor $ Training' Union 8:43 p.m. IIA T IT...
I mental anwnt to what the llible He in no savior at all. We must .,
5'I'&n&a 001'1tiE a-S17| Even* Wonhlp s OO p,m. agree CHURCH
\ WEDNESDAY about them things. He must believe this in our hearts It. wo arc to SUNDAY ZMld
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that Christ died for '. .1.... Hut call Him for vaUon.
-Week Servile 7.30: pm mal\ upon Sunday School lOtfO ajn.Mominc Davis Hardware Co. ,
I I while Intellectual filth is a good| start Thank God that "lie showed }Himself Wonhlp ll-OO: ajn.Training .

It 'lj: not enough to save. If you go on alive after iliA passion by many Union Sao pjn.EVenlnc Hardware Palnta Plumbing. Supplies :
I ( from there and trust yourself to Infallible proofs" (Act 1:3)) and that Worship 7JO: p.... .
Sunny\ South Pocking Company NOCATKK CHURCH METHODIST, ChH,t, who died for our pins. (U| Cor. millions have indeed found the peace WEDNESDAYPrayer 114 W .Oak SL WA O471 '.. ,

I SUNDAY 10:3)::: ), that's fine; otherwise your Inand joy of sins forgiven through faith It Bible Study MO f'rmAredl. ,

... FloridaFussell's Sunday School *10 OO a.m. ellcciunl' tuith lau dune you no jrotMl. in the I Lord Jesus Christ and ills: redemptive 1.
Morning Worship $ll-OO: a m. God wants our heart trust ; It is this work at Calvary. J
AHCADIA REVIVAL
Youth Service' 730: p.m.

WRDNESHAYPrayer Service 7.30 p.m. .' 1t4 TABERNACLK W. Oak Street Limo Holtzendorf t'. j

H""TH HILL..O..OUQHjIT.. EPHRAIM. BAPTISTCHURCH CHURCnOPTHk NAZARtNB Undenominational Full Oeepel Flower* and Nursery< ",
:: Frozen Food Centor BAPTIST CHURCH Nerth PelH and Oil.... Sunday School 1000 m. Floral Designe Corsaree .
(Member ef the ..u......" (In Owee) SUNDAY Morning Worship ll.-OO ajn. Ornamental and Potted >nntrIS
i- S I Cutting Wrapping .. Freetlsg FIRST CHRISTIAN' CHURCH a.pttet Cenvetitlen) SUNDAY Sunday School .:-IS ..m. Pr Tff for u.. Skk E. Magnolia WA S-I4J1 '.
Choice reed Lot UeeFor < Cast Maple Street 'In Villa Rica. M* Nort" Hlllekerewsh Ave.AreaeJa. Sunday School 1O-OO: a,m. Morning Wonhlp 11-00: ..... EvangeUsUe: ServiceN.YJ 730 pm.J t
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Your Locker: or: Home: FreeierCarlatrom ...t....- M. SutlerSUNDAT .
riertea llumlnc Worship 11:00 mm. J JO pm. _____ ..
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J I WA f-4131 (Wr..*ly S.he>lule of Services) Training Union .-3O p.m. Evening: Service 'JO pis.Lt ... '\. "
,. Bible School 945: am. SUNDAY Ewnutc Worship 7:JO p.... ',TUESDAY TRINITY METHODIST y 4 3
Morning Worship 10.45 CHURCH .
m. .'.nda, Kthool 945: a.an.WEDNESDAY Cottage Prayer Meeting 1
Junior CUuixh 1 1045 ajn. AI awing: \"mhlp ll-OO: ajn.g Prayer Service 7'JO p.m. 7:30: p-nv Weet Oak St. ., OreM.. Ave. Pine Point Restaurant ,.1.. ;
Youth Meeting 'M "a d ..
pjn. ,'..1". Union S-3u WEDNESDAY: Rev. "" HayeePrayer i.
Evening: Worship 7.5O pm. CHRISTIANSCINC. [ SUNDAY .
p.nu Meeting TJO
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tM S"its
; *-Cel Store E-'" WorMp" 7 3O pjn. ..
A. McSheenan 1Be
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-" Wltl\Nf:51J Scrvtcee are- being held by Sunday School ant r .
TertUiaon IVeda Han/rh Mbl / Supplies an Informal group ef CtutstlanSctenlbiU Morning Worship "
P-ir.r eelUut, and Oible CHURCH 09 000 A Good neighbor > \
Halter* BrW'' MY)' IS
pm. on Sunday moening : pjn.
l 117 W,, Magnolia Stud:! Tao pjiv Rev. rlebert J. Je eew r'J; Jl J-
J. at 11 Hock' In the VFW IlaU. East Oa" ..rt Evening THURSDAY Worship 7:00: pm.un .

AIT HILL BAPTIST CHURCH P.ut wauTtewer. ORJO- ...*.*. WA B.SOOt Everting Prayer Service. ,
.. TEMPI SlArTtST' CHURCH site the All an- ,
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AM lercetr arm mo t eordially invited
JI* 5 MmeA", *. f.M.day S hoPI IOOO ... TtadUk M.+deael. SJtO ajn. .._
.. ._ A. C. C....*. ....... II1Ml1aR Worship 11(10..11\oo to attend.!, tluelda7',.!le4awL Rh1 ..... -
Doug Henry's: 1 SUNDAY Twining& Union3O pjn. ARCADIA SEVENTHDAY toIOI'ftIaC WonhIp,, It ..... FIRST PRESVTERIAN W. T. Wynn & Son Plumbing Co. .
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\ Sunday School 1.:00: ajn. Evening Worship 7::3O pjn. ADVENTIST CHURCHPeetee altlg TReeihlp.Tt1T6DAY. T-oo psa CHU.-cH Pl" .jnbJn o
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Septic Tanks
UdtAut11 Binaj. >SERVICS Ral', M 4. La"." OpMw. C/t7 Nall
I Morning Oervfaee ll-OO: seta.WEDNESDAY SJes Serrlc* Peru 2Wei.
Repairing >1ft .. BU'MDAT
Htakery St. 730
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rerer Service 7JO pjn. Pn7" p.ra. _
MecaanU Evening Servlcee TJO ..
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1 *TTr pt SATURDAY Fft I PAY s.eda7 31dwd HS sae las K. Brerardl WA, .O41
4ll tty8No1., Ave WA 9TW WEDNESDAYPrayer SabtMta arbeol. TIQ: >tloralnt .ena.-, list a.... :
CHURCH Or. THC BRKTHRCN Y'S ;; p.a.
Nesting 7JOT. : p.a JO 2r..dag Wenl4. 1".10 p.m.
Saturday .
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-: .. .. Church Setvhe 11 AJA.WTDNESDAY EteO !'faire f '"
Rev. ...pt L. .. .. Pester MVAKKA CITY Y

PAULAS CATHOLIC SUNDAYSuod KcheolMeming 1ft_ .... Prayer Meeting TJO 9..... METHODIST CHURCH..... .....
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Wood Super Market CHURCHMeere y a _. ft... L. W. Celkeri The Arcodion:
3 ; a..4 Witledew. WorshipMETHODIST UjIO a.rm. ... MIAKKA" jtuewUy Srtwiol. 19 OO a jn.Meenlng .
M rrlaeti oI1he 'TftOO" rnd. tdswt GrocersAanpe. Sunday Mai see. T and 11 &.M. METHODIST CHURCH Worship. IMtt .... MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST rat t-e rUvsrl In Qnality PrinUn
OpenD$ &lly 520: ass %. 7 ....... Weekday Mea 1Je...... PINE. LEVEL .._. L. W. "",,. P....e Bible & *lr. 'J"3e.... CHURCH .,-.. Rest Os-. Stre-t. v_ ,
f'r .trda SJO ajn..to Sp.rNog9iirv *. No Maee .... FRJDAY......... bel ttvdal b the
< -l 'h"" -* WAlMlltf: en Tuesday aDd CHURCH Rsiitt& r Sc--'I.' S AXCADIA. nO tUA> WA SC301't ;
'j Thursday 9r4 Sunday e4 Ute meats t) Morning WontUp. 9cJO %... Okotr Practice T.30 ..... _.Btn '-.

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THE ARCADIA Arcadia Florida Thursday, April 16, 1964 7-D I

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Senior Class DeSoto F.H.A. Take Part I *Incfden' any.. blew Jers v lids.. tw'. itrally. printed on the lat -

[a new fruit-arxl-vc ;.rttibltw\ el.
Play'Draws (Continued from 3-D tbellng law which t--q-.iires' .that, '
page ) South Bend. Ind.. was keynote The V'.ibility requirementr"mindecA
76 cent I 01 a 'oro.lurc Item
.. : .. .. ..'''. (Continued from page 2-B) through Family; Living". 0.- speaker for the convention and must per be vl lb(.> when pae*... tt, me I I had .vcen one
"" VM''''.'' .'.'' ., '. to be guest-editors for a fashion in the State selected presentation of "Educatten. an
.Ii .r. merlcal count in a special tray with acellophane
magazine. While In New to work on this project and Essential Step" was certainly a
size ht und muat
"\' !;\ York they met Joe WaWron,. report to State and National pace-setter for whole conven -.... wets Mp .overwrap._ .. ..
.. J\, '".;"... Dickie. Johnson Bob Whltloek on activities carried! out that P-td Pelltlsal Advertisement
'..,.","." ", ., Carry Breed 10". DUly Wcoten. will furnish material for use tion.Dr.. Walter Courtenay.' Min i
.?';; (\ George Latimer. Billy Nicholson. } In this area state and nationwide .ister. First i Presbyterian :uii "HLI

'i'W'fIf' : ..;; Robert Womack. Hen- next year. Church, ne.hvme"nn.. won
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\ ry Hay. and Joey C o k e r. 'An Achievement' the hearts
: ,"," ..t .. Award was of the delegates with
'.;'Yi'r1f':';''';"!"( ,i,,,.,!,,\,, ,,(_, ,, Throughout the five-act. com ftven the DeSoto KHA girls his talk on "Marriage Pre
: : : J.:; edy Ute funny and often complicated their effort' this year lhat paration" and his answers during .-

ituiattons they be resulteJ In their' being one of a lively session of question -
earn 'Involved in. provided hilarious the forty-two In the state to from the convention

. entertainment for the be an Honor Roll Chapter. This floor.
sa h, .:1} .. ..t. :. : audience. "I'1M.u lar editor award was accepted for her Karen 'Guard. Inez Bland
-- .. ._. "' in-chief played by Mary Lynn group by Ann Fletcher shared the honor end privilegeof
; Stone and her staff. Cherell Over eight. hundred girls I representing. ; the DeSoto
Jeasup, Sheila COk... Bev'Cap. from I
250 T7TA.
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chapters and aucounties at convention a* the
roll, and JoAnn l>ei. i in Florida members
attendedthis receiving the most
SENIORS PRESENT: Members\ shows Norma Jean Head. Bob Whit- kept busy trying to keep order .- 18th annual convention. point for activities. cat tied

of'the 'Senior Class Presented a successful lock Cherrell Jessup Garry Breedlore. and also edit" their maga- Key theme for the 'week waSteps ,out }I\. nina 'that they h%.ve Need kr a.siy*..O...ii..C.eo..VR.d
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"It Happens Every Summer"production Sue 1 Flanders Linda cine. -- -
Borinjr. Cheryl toward Success" and been *"'OItC the hardest workIng -
Friday night in the D.H.S. Stainbrook. and Billy Wooten. Hard work and enthusiasmon featured "EducationPreparation ** a n d' member' 1- Paid Political. A".rt"enl"
auditorium. This senior the part of the seniors made "
play scene for Carriage" as Mrs. Lou We Convene DHS
7 ,II.f -..dSeeral.Mcmbers #". ,-. Cl" this an outstanding perform two or the main steps a girl Home Economics: teacher and
ere ance.' Special recognition 'w.. can take N

':fwoD.H.S.. 4-H ShcU=erGelirirtg given.... Miss to the senior Siuney. class A..d...pon.au. ....i.\ h.I.I..*. nr.to insure Hubert uC'n"Mto.True', of. haperone rate of the for FlfA the Advisor-itroup. was : Nn N


r TekeParf\" In Elected To Take .rs ." i ace end iota Ideas gcue.oualy Leona l\ul'el..nOol.of their limo who ._ I l.\' NRET'S .
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anti ftforU by uincun the ---- CO11ITINUE, p'::
f Di9trict.4-H State Council 1 :n District 4-H piay. Senior dais president Paid Political I Advertlsmenl I FLORIDA'S 5NtOI:1TYr.: ,

WVM. Avalaron exprejej: tho I WITH .
At .11 District Kvunueek- .isA0tE-
.# Several 4-H members from 'At the District 0 ..-n ead, Vickt Shelter and'" Dairy appreciation. of the class' by']I' >toc'
PUS participated In demonstrstion..t coun- 1 W' mt tDOli S..E -
the cil meeting last weekend. San- Cullrtnc both pLuced first in (resenting them with rifts. QCT'" J r > a.. ..
'post District A tpeda. note of opUecia-
ura Copeland and! Gold. th' ir tecpectlv u.v.sions' in i ::
events Day held April 10 and 'harry tion Is extenujci tn the 'Area M OH AND
AVANT
II. ring were elected to serve on the 4-H D.-trct' J.. I' ubi .c I
IDiane din Music-Furniture& Store fur
Montgomery, Nancy tiw State '''-JI <<'PUnen."J peeking-rentrst. donating all sUl!: ;: furniture I YOUR 'UHIT D STATES SENATOR t,,
here ten 4-11 districtsIn The at
are speeches were given
Yama Mike 'I'ouMvr and tubby >lori '
" onstratidn'Jocns gave' on a cu.perative the American dvm- these districts a buy and a The speech** '''Vn.i e Judged, by \ 4 I Commissioner During( the years I hove attained' tcnlerlr'ranked / ,yr.'

. Enterprise: System. Competing: en I are elected to represent hike: judges train ll. ;h'.anus' caMJthne .'. I twelfth eman67(|' .mecraU 'M.mb.rs' r
II with other 't 0 P cooperative their district:' on ,the council. 'County -on ;"hatte of tnufi; l. .But.oll' t 1Z.I' Jrl '...rWote f'o',1'Bob of th. Senate. '

srurps ft. OUlrict. JA 013; lJ_ 'from. these representatives. the tiav ol I laiiguaie. ojvctlon. U* .. I This aenUrlly has placed mo on three *inaor "i..

S..w croup took first pUce state!. Th.ir 4 II eftkers foal uiect'dA will' be w.ll etertpt' be- rialIon.h, ."u..Ke.. .tindvvotcv l/Ueinjr tv.uJ1.. p.u.Aug.u.t- .(Continued from *"lJJie 1 ''-U) tVOlc fD"" .. etilr". ,. .....u i. 'itnate committee each one of which )" of +tt

wruch: includes an expense pjiJ! in Caiaecvi.le'; o.i May '''I and cu.iUsiatt In..a .411 public prfcuuet H'W HJU; sit.1 i I ihM may t ci I .. ;1n. particular Importance/?U rlda and every one .hi
tic trop to OMlncsviltv u co< p rs)"ol'! on5id 'otion of of lt Is cltlient.Yourvote "
'1 in the state contest., -; 1 May 5th will keep mo In this .. n
lh power.fwlipotltion
Karen Ames and Dill Jones u>pic of his bwa iovvelap>> 054 01 uljrwuutl. carpenb CO inty.P/t7bleRjTw" I
Sandra Copeland with heremonstration also represented' IkSolo'Coun- and preecTh -* ter's huwev.c. oil '''_I'" I .'" to help' lorida' tit well" at our great a

.;" :. on Tfen-A g e ty on the district council. Karen award. for winnin; the over; '''the lumber will '...... :tL .'o'Corttinurd'cbnscrvotive' country e, ::

" Nutrition was given the honor was elected as alie. nat representative. district conies i ia an i.ileiiyivitbw _* .."';, .*+ -* .4tU..;Merctton 'CuAnly. tit, IPfllAIO'L. botlAND, I b e M......, M.. caoneeMawhe -
Clf competing' at state level 1 but She will _.. to state ...1( .Iff the'"Bence.'' 'lha.'situa Management el ... .......''''p. Si ........... e4 ..-..........
. c: *j paid laP Han also to ........ ....,.... ___
was unable to accept becauseshe secretary: of'i'thW'district council fc.vents 'Weekend in U.UHMvUk applies? tulftiiirzswma b Continued ;; P", tnreitq.edna ".II
was elected District Ile- and if for 1 aid 2 Wit. '**, mau largely >o.. ,Improvement of Mhf ., IS'. ...... .M.M ....... d ... __-.MI... uieh
4 s4titativet cannot fulfill any reason her duties Sandra -, tune),each.May contestant, will at which corn- aluminum '*..Mt *,lau*. 1 lw>>ulu 'Rodtis 41'4") ScH ebis J .sad ,......,. c- .... .... ...... c.......... 5 N

Three other demonstrationsfrom Karen will ,replace her. Vet* 'tur furUtcr itonora. in tit not think building'.t lrfiy.ua1 tutuijr' In an view M4 01ftce o.. dour S-jpporti Will$ 'BoMppreclatod' .t, : : ;,..:. s.ea i tlwit :
!1 DeSoto were given top J state "JII public ,Iawa..n.ue.. rA ... J Il.odh c____ rk1
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A honor by the Jul.!**.. Karen t..t.'V1tkl. hu.idlnsa tM'inll'.erec'- -, 4B: r M
t Ames and UnJa Carlton gave DeSoto competed! In this .and Shelf,'* freshnuan, at ad. 1 .... .M.
Th ''tlnv .is txtminj' whV i Ri ELECT ? PFSSARD L. ''
a demonstration on Essentials received. : a third placing on it. DOM Huh Seftoot. u livered Bob Avanf er'l
M in Emergencies, Shirley Carl- This event consisted of a written her speech' on "Atomic Energy the chair. ui which I all wll
ton on Salad and Mike Daw.sey test arufithe'aclual driving and It* Uses" Besides being be stamped cut of plastc; am, HOLLANDU _.
tIl on Fallout. .of the tractor: an ..cUvII'er, she I I. this will ajply to the desk and Candidate ''For District 3 r Ie
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other furniture In the houseI I
A tractor driving contestwas The DeSoto .
group was very also a member "of DIIS Publications .
. also Included in District proud of all the top honor have a good many piece of County CommissionerPaid S SENATOR M
f Events Day. Sam Denise from received at the event day. and Tep Club. antique furniture In my home r
Far '
W. K. he
Barry Goldring. a sophomore and evperts are now celling' y ( ) Avant Campaign" Pan- r
.. .. at BUS .preaantad. his speechon on me to take 'photographs .. .. .. _. -.. -- .. -- -- .. ,-- .. .. ..- ,f.aH.. rr. '0.............,r. Halland/ Far ..nalarV
. : Paid Political Advertisement "Agriculture and Its Opportunities and measurements' of these an Paid .fIHt.al'A.veHI...mnt :
rI \, I for Youth." In addition tlque In order to make "du ', IJUILD WITH I1UKN8 IJUILD: NVim' ,_/J1UHNH 1 '. >'',ur.n| 1vmlJUICNS .
: to serving a* presidentof plicate which are Indlstlniguishabl r 1
Why Jack Mathcws Is Best tAe DeSoto Ilich 4-H ClUb. II'Onthe original.
The main point I.I that these
N .. reproduction are more useful HEAR THE TRUTH!
; I Qualified To Be jial; and stronger than the originals' t r+ r
,I merely give' the* facts a. Y a
! i '" -- Governor of Florida Ii ,;. '.t Illustrations of the Important :: ..\\I., N a
'of synthetics to chemistry an. )
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ancar.UFaryContinued dealgn. '"Chemistry" Includ ,:ii' 'Belnforme:' <1'

plastic, which' are the basil' r

23 2J 3 ( from 1-B) many of the clothes we wear Ir
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3M J 4 The answer see It.to fiat'that.in, a_* malfunction Mr.NiNrot .. The clothe. Um.will Is not coming be> manufactured whe g s'y' A- ti *"

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of the market pUer.bupply M they are now iwravtng .. :i
! as we know II will be> :
eBd demand, or aIM *-
r .r .... | exceeds supply In .... el:IY.... LAI. fc) p""a MccttYcur CQ tddtc tdj

l eommodlty. ; or service or anot I. M'. r M- : -; .. ;
her. -Ami they' he *believes' isIn
.- r fault .>f KOvernment controls Sensing The News N PE q N. .
d : the market Is not r rt ::

.M allowed perform'Ita natural (Cia.t/ntwd/ from page !.!)) t iT1 :
. .f function o f bringing supply '.have gone glimmering UtrougtM. HAYDONBURN re :

i and'demand' 11If'ft..ttt. to..r -f...ii* at thing that were ,.,. :
"' POM* euncvrned. He adds, I .
ii Their memory Is one of wee. ... G ..
when a a abcHof .
uipua or i. .
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any cotnm4MKly ec ur >wumy
and ceased and eureasd its
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UM mtina of ,...tnde,. I Ii.ten' aJbr
J (uric dl ,. Inwvwuat >> vainly, but with thirst)
+u tW ehu.ts.
eta, I or
.. ciple Mr.to Puirvt'gvvenrrwnt'trtabWlr.apph.'Wre'prtnN ,faint build blewlng" ,....n.. w'. ..' .. ,: -.
of far drums beating the
long.all
.. 'The balance of the lveowUl bring 'about Florida'. eat -end ufotred. we ratea. salt But In the .... I i
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greatest growth. This will mean more people needing: Job; He y*. a MirpliM nt leg ., tnrf always .
ieniory
, faoLUe such a* schools highway I hospitals; greater labor can occur In any societyMtly pct
more *
tk..* *t how ''-! '..-.-c..... : _
natural' sad MAT.IVII! HEAR MAYOR BURNS SEPARATE
water
! aretectlew *f -urcc" a beauty U sxMneone Aaa I using tbe '>utjr.flcftyv, .Countrr." ,' :
recreational areas; and many other costly l nprovementaand lore ..f 't uneintenl la to a I .
J safeguards.' wage. << rale above the level U. are POUTICA& .......nu..y FA 4'ROM"'CT'ONJ' ; :
would deer 'n.. labor ''merfee r -
Will this. burgeoning growth be a problem or an opportunity i 'Ii. I .
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Jj make have the fare ua npteyresrtt are a sit ere
? Will the man you governor .
j sight' the proven leadership and the program to carryriorkta cesaary condition of Industrie '
forward In It* most challenging period If* your Station or free nvai4t t ... .. All S'.r.'lIaIl' I .. : .,:: ;
decision. This* the big issue of tne governors rK'' Study chang; It i* caused by' contn rh
! all tIM facto aw all the aaneida taco ,,_'It' e* a wag rate by th* goven 9 \ w .. v r, ..
Mathews barks too. meat directly, or .by some pea r

i on and or_HdIOftt.nInMftf.group having .....rl"l.& S TUESDAY, JUPWL .21 wr i,.. 4M :

: powers of noernSo -.* > I- -, ,1 ...;
I what I* U.. bade. i *oUiUonf gr ...1a W "
air Petrol. end him. at a: SPeMeAt r. .
,Ilk I. with t .-. words: -Tb) *
flr..,nwwnt atauaUea ..Ve E G
nu the .
DeSoto Ctditat "1 i
even begin to show the ester., :

e rib of the rovrerUv unemplejiiMHt. I* !.repeal prvbleiaj.UMM.grants .. +1 At $.. B.S.t. C .w Fai.......- l' i..i

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i power 1Wt.u.ae
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end let price ad p I r.
I Pete ae gyyeti.. M .WMa'M.D. Caarp.igo, Maaoeee psgre. find their vrm lev.l la>

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af f .. fer R. CLUE HAYMAM. +.d..c.. f5i Miii Sec, Meet, Hear, end Eat wiihTho.. Next Governor Florida ifi "

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. County Supervisor of Registration. :
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4 RESERVED RIGHTS GOLD MEDALFLOUR CROCKER

R FOLGER'S INSTANT' CAKE MIXESCoHee

6 oz 8 C
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516 Cakes I,

Bag
Umit On. With For ,
BRING YOUR AJAX .. Food$5.or Order More "
CLEAN SWEEP COUPONS HERE! .
0 HALVES: OR SLICED IN HEAVY SYRUP
#2/ 4-$1
A Table King Peaches canI
AJAX f Ii AJAX TENDER RICH,SWEET: TASTING
F1oor.nd i i y LJqlud Table Peas. :f 303 7-$1
w.q I Cleaner, 1 King .
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I.G.A.
1 OVEN FRESHBREAD
ClEANSER uundry I TOMATOJUICE
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MilkHamburger I 6 Cam A7 re 4 TAKIKM9 T.brelin! EIu Ul.Cut

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... ., .Grapefruit Sections KJn9* Cam $l : TAHifcwa GA.RED.Canned.
Orange ,tt3$1 8- 1
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A' Drink Tomatoes Nww1107
:'t -, STAR TAME KINO ""
'ChunkBologna Sliced Bacon. -"
FRESHLY SMOKED OVER HICKORY EMBERS.
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Sliced .Beets .. T.U. IOftt 8 'I : Ground Beef. 3 $1.29
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Lykes Beef Stew 4 ... 39 M UU_commY srru Pork Steak BOSTON BUTT Ib.49c

:Carnation Instant Milk I ,on. 29C { C>:NTER Cut a I. 49c Pork Loin End Roast-- .43c '

Rival Dog Food _....,..,4 hk 39C :\l.f P.rk.Chaps Whole Pork Loin FREE RIb.47cPlanters

C'tail Peanuts 3 SS $1 '; 1h. 59 c Beef Short Ribs ____p.39C lb.
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I.G.A. Black Pepper ..29c:

Scott Sanitary Confidets I in 29GNabisco APPETITE sATLSmic. ASILY DIGESTED

Vanilla Wafers 12,'". 33 FOODS
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PotatoesFROZEN I KING rp
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TAILERJTfiFnsfc &15-

U.S. NO. I I WHITE Orange Juicer oRlcA INS'3, '&?:';8.9". j

:" .tttr 1O ... 49c French Fries ORWOA: 4 4', !' $1 '

BiRDSEYE I RICKS "I --BWDSCYE-X, J
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rMi14 1pkg1 5 9 C r .. .7 c l0' ,
ori.r CARROTS. 6 n: $1 n 39c 3 'rt: ,$1

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WAFT APPLES 4Cheese 4gc
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3 BOWLS$2. 49
Juice ..._ *. 3 g-. .. .

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.illy___...I STAMPS.U.....W .r11 __......-'M LM.-.......STAMTS.. w...M I ...___....STAMPS...--.. ...___...CAKETINSLEY'S
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