The Arcadian
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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 30, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
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 )
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
oclc - 33424602
notis - ADA7400
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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Annual. Arcadia: Loyaltl l '.Itay(l Etay Parade: l W' ./ ill Be Staged Tomorrow+ *AfAY 4 .5 00'' :finvWhat : y yR ;,

has for a number of Present arrangements back to the point of Loyal Day ParadcNjs! a proJect but last year. and the year before parade just bring your vehicle '- .7If/ .

years been one of Arcadia's the parade units to Due to the fact that of the Veterans of Fore well over a hundred par to the starting place and .. .. 7? _. .'
largest parades -May 1 LoyaU*''near Trinity Methodist West'r nt years all of the ign War and locally Is (Cosponsored ticipated. The largest one In enter the. line of march. .' /:
I ty Day parade -will be stated on West Oak Street unable to get Into by the American Legion local history Is predicted for Representatives of organlxa- I
here tomorrow afternoon starting south on South Orange march at the same post. Sponsors were** the Friday parade.It requested to place Cp .
at 2:45, according to a east on Magnolia to South parade route was able to say how many units Is not necessary to makean theare of their organization :::J "
recent announcement. usia, north on Volusla to this year.. would be In the line of march official request to enter the on the car.SENATOR, -


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SIXTEEN PAGES 10 CENTS Arcadia. Florida 33821. Thursday. April 30. 1964 Volume XXXX No. 31 t r

Record J State Registration For Primary Elections yti, :J.


DeSoto" Vote Of 2,500 Seen* r .. tip' !t ---I i t --- n

Interest In the governor'srace The state total represents an over I860 while the Democrats Itroward edged past such per i .

during the pt two weeks increase of 461,200 voters over Increased 21.6. per cent.Registration enrvlal voter registration leaders I ::7hauI I : KELLY VISITS* +eh. county campaign chairman inches)""

has picked up considerably in the number eligible in the I960 among Negro as Duval and Hlllsborough. Scott Kelly 1 one uf the alx! cfttulhUte.t lUrnartl. Also on the speaker' pUtn

DeSoto County Local political primaries the last comparable voters also showed a large In- Rounding rut the top ten for jro\ernor in the upcoming Democratic form U Rep C. 8. Smith of Arcadia.I I
observers now estimate that as election and Is M.823 more crease. In 1980. a total of 183. counties In voters this year Tuesday Is election dayV"! primary (pull a visit to ,Aracdla.DeSoto who Introduced thu slaker.(13unniland I
many as 3.36O votes may be than were on the books at the 128 Nejfoea were registered were Duval. 1B8.&SS; HiUsbor- hope that all of the registeredvoters I county Tuesday" morning. ,
cast in DeSoto county for the time of the special: general compared to 240.616 this year. ouch 147.089; Palm 13 ech. will go to the polls and Kneeling behind 1 Kelly .U hg| DeSoto ( Studio Photo)
stale wide election nest Tues. elections last November Big Dade County again. led 112.312; Orange; '..N'T; polk. support the candidates of their.
day May 5.Although. The new totals show! 1.802.- the individual counties in he 7..a 811; Escambla. .'.6OIa and
the county vote 230 registered Democrats as number of regstered vl)-ers Volusia. ....1a.. choice. Make It a data May S
may not be a record. Indications compared to 394.883 Republicans with a total of 429.064. more and VOTE!
are that the state primary Another 23,311: are registered than twice that of any other By cofnparsion. the top ten -0- '
election vote count may as Independents.In county. Plnellas retained' Its counties in 1MO had the fallowing The parents ttf youngsterswho Sen. Scott Kelly Pledges'

;be. According to Secretary of the four-year period since second place ranking with. 202.- totals: will bo playing .'u n 7 ,
State Tom Adams a record 2.- I960. the..Democrats out-regis 192 voters. Dade 348.g3; Ptnellas 160. League baseball this summer I
224.026 Floridians will be eligible tend the Republican: 320,778 However. the most spectacular .03; Duval. 17.418: Browsed are urged to attend an organisational
to- vote 'In the. first prime to '130.893. However the percentage voter Increase among the 119.023; Palm .!leach. 13.241; meeting at 7:So this
arnary.There. increase: Of Republican: counties occured In Browsed Orange e...,.; Polk,- ,....44{ evening. The mooting will beheld Peace River Cleanup' Aid
are 4.763 registered voters was much higher the which: Jumped from 113.023 In Eacambia, 11.....; and Volusta. In the Council room atArcadia
to vote In DeSoto county.I GOP gaining by 49-2 per ient 1960 to 171.033 In 1164. Thus. 54.1 IS. 1- City Hall and not at

R Central Transformer as aw.v.ou.l Pollution of Peace Riverwee ther.1.last -
Friday afternoon
1 1flpl..1
"" announceLPurpose When a light shower ,Inter, *
the kick-off: question pro What' they saw from the air. .
uf the meeting Is to his .|>e ch. Kelly cy.>>p. ,

i Poll Reflects Burns Lead iGDe..cratiit J get sWiaua ironed out in oruer tented Kelly' buslnevaman when Senator candidate Scott following.lets U Peace the"mine Hlver water werede nut pad: Mlf I candidate can bring. thtemiAhrain f''i
; Kelly Sue the teams to take to as a thihkc wAarI
.li bars
r. the, field as scheduled' for crowd Ckivernur of DeSoto spoke U rountlansher a large pita from ta .turn th*,lease mine v'.** aludg Bpeersaid. cvuld' da aa guvernor"He '

Tuesday morning under Its called ..On listed Use plank* In
v ...: .s _' iCicir 1 : Gubernatorial R.e ;; Little League baseball eons,, the well, known "tree of know. tu band together' and right Pita pUllarm"' as aguinat any '
son opens Saturday witn" the ledge". In Arcadia. such MeUbarat' pollution*" aa Corm wf repa| ol HomesteadKxemptioti +
: -Urst. gam among. 'at B pro.CaJUral rrpc-crUn Senator was h. oeed t..10.>M l "In.Crailm"* J"f.- I.ri l1ii 1N.Ntr1rf.W-* ...1.11 11 w.r".Ii ....... .....A '...._. I 1......... ... I' ft+Kelly'P& .llr.* n \ WwdT""BjfjTtftfWi1Chesterfield ........U or IrAn.l""ih? + !tn..t.L

Senator.Bpeasard ''HoUaIld 'wUJ being challenged by ane-tim. per rent, and Daytona A.eth,,\l\idud.: I Transform** who read a telegram. received .. BUnllh./ *".r* hto unalterable oppuaitlAii! ta the
win art overwhelming victory Gubernatorial Candidate Bret Legislator Fred Karl trailed*,",.. hedges Tile; Nocatee vsMethodist from Kelly on his stand concerning wholehearted. .....ppur, to clean Civil !tights lull now tetor*
Auto accidents reported this against challenger Brailey Od- ley Odrtan of Orlando. with g per cent. Men's club; and & pollution In Peace III* Ing up |*''ee filter It elected 'Ih* I./. S. Son i*; and rontlnu-
lam. and Jacksonville Mayor Jacksonville Mayor Burns A recent sampling of public ler Iteaity va Child. / Lumber. vr Governor II* sited. his own anon of Slate's Right' a*
week to the Florida
lIlghwsyPetrol Haydon Burn will?fac Lake showed up with a strong 31 percent sentiment throughout the Slat Neat Tuesday night at 8:act Speer tokJ the audience that alfwsler. pollution bills "Intro* written ,tn the Cnrxt}lulion. or
show one man killed. law Senator ttcott Keuy. In the total of the survey votes of Florida" shows a rather Urge o'clock Christ wise play CTC; :. Arcadia was having trouble' agaln ducd In 1M7 as evidence. af Ih* United Stale
on* In serious- condition at Arrcadla > Democratic runoff May 26th. cast: while Senator Kelly had amount of voters,still Undecid- A .,complete schedule will appear with water polluUon and his stand. Kelly went ennphaljrsuy
General" hospital and according' to a staiewld. survey moved Into a strong second- eel aa to their choice *C USSenator In next w,,""'. Arcadian. that he- had asked the State ..i. am aeeimt poiiuuon uswl.rany record a* pposed' 'to increwa

one very lucky not to hav... mad. by the Tlorlda" In- place position with 28 per cent Governor and Attorney Mope everyone. will go out to Hoard of Health to cheek we. clrcumtUoces. not only afPeac In aulo-iiue't tag raise. and
been .stitut of Public Opinion.The compared to 10. per cent for Oeneral. the League park and ter sample. He quoted their HlVer, but. all of rior- said that' ta the average businessman
serously Injured. .. .
these .
Institute which baaed Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson of In the race for US Senator. support young .thle' .. report' as saying "green algaeIn .Ula's a..m.-. said. lie said a car or truck wr.

,Friday morning; at the North the findings Oft''a person-to- West Palm Beach. 31"%" of the total voters sakl I river, la.a natural situation that further law. and new bill a .'nete.ait7. rather than a
end ,of. Brownvllle. Mlley Eu- person survey in major population The other three Democratic that they were still undecided Miss O.uy AMfuer, af Area since in* river ... low. are not needed tit clear up lusury.*
ankh and rural areas Candidate were led by Senator aa to their choke. Of the 88%- d.... was a stewardess en Delta Mperr said that .the sam trouble such pollution. that there wereeituush .
gen Zeigler. 31. of Polk City throughout Florida, learned John E. Mathews of Du who were decided. Incumbent Air Lines* DC-g Fanjet which ..,..... today that ram an the book now If lie advocated. higher salar ,
%v$4 >nied when the car In that 66 per cent of the U. S. cal who polled 10 per ant Senator' Speeeard Holland received on April Jg act an official Interity up In (Sets when pollution was 'they were enforced to end poi' .ls for aisle' hutpilal employ.
which he was a passenger Senate votes win go, to the ;while Miami JoIa70C'd1c.tJon Robert 6835 of the 'vote white / speed record of 4 hours, so bad that the City had la Julian Immediately, ed. ami said' thai If elected""'
wrecked: Driver*of the car was his opponent. Brady Odham of 1 minutes 5 seconds on Delia's revert 10 Its artesian, walla II* described. the Peace Hi- governor tie would& Me that
San lord received only 34%' Inaugural nonstop flight be which are af high mineral' ver Valley a* a "....pAn. alan'th. the School. authorities were
24 year old John Merle Cody. toe therefore snake the flat. tweon Atlanta Ua. and Ban rontenl' Not satisfied. with the ., would one day be the given'. the right to auhorlnelprayer !
$01 Glad Road. Jan Phyl Vii New Ft. Winder Road
Francisco. Calif Timed effl and bible. reading' tai
.. Winter Haven.Cody prediction that Florida will reelect Stale. Hoard of Health's laconi" renter of recreational and commercial .
cutty by the National Aeronau' Ih* school&
Senator Holland. Holland reply. ftpeer said that he and activities. thai would .
was admitted to Arcadia I* leawlMig In all counties *s- tie Association, the new mark City Administrator w.,... benefit not only DeSoto.. Cum Late an arrival' due to Incla
General where his condition apt ....UAoIe. Lake. Bay bettered the casting record Han burn went I* lUrtow and ly but all counties touching' meet weather, the larg scowl''
,was listed a* critical. Tuesday Dedication Set May 6 Levy and Sunnier by IS minute 31 seconds. "/l..w ewer U,* min. areas the ,I..r'. ....." ... In duwnlwwn ArcadU. welted. .,
Miss Turner .la Ut patiently and after :
he was transferred to the Of the total number. *f voters daughter even : .hx
Winter' H..en.o.pltal. wherebe sampled in Use race leer of Mr and Mrs. A. J. Turner. arrived. and the rain .of-rio?

remain on the criticsl ,Lest,..,. State Representative CheterfMld *- will be Warren Caaon. Allurnry General .4* indicated the crawl stayed unlit" It tli&iZd
Smith will be guest of Stat Road Board mmbr and that they were Still "... In abacrranc af National Final Election |It was featlv and cheoxful
Zeigler was killed when h* honor at th dedication service Mike barer, of Arcadia, will cldod. ut the remaining 36%. Coodwtll Week May 3Ooud* County crowd rintnc oCjMC
was thrown front the car which set for the completion of the emcee. Karl ralrclotn held a slight wilt I........,.*. .baaed In St.Petersburg ,..... Day. -.

then. roiled. over him.RobartaG new n. Winder Stat Road Tb completion of the road lead over Hin wmbnl Jlm.nyKynea. will hold an open IllcharU Itarnard. local _
r a d y ambulance Tel May 6 at noon It was was one of the campaign. prom- Kynes' received 41% *f bM... Tuesday May 5. ao the Rally Set Here plan. manager for Kelly, iin.
rushed both men to the hos announced her this week by lace of State RepreaenteUv the vote. and Fairctoth 3%. public van see ..*....ic'epped Friday traduced' _.,**,. II.,.... Oaigajso?
pital.According. John Daniels, manager of the Smith who Heads the powerful Thee voters else indicated a, ......... turning d........ Into chairman of Ih. """"iv_
DeSoto County Chamber of .ppro rtaUc.mmjttee of theses war then aaad thequestion Urns feeds.Prewhnl. County ComnUaaloners, ..M
to the Highway Commerce. the Hour of Re presentaUves.Th "Why did you make Jecknoan proslalm. Last rail for political l prom candidate and any *f In* state Chesterfield lima...... =

patrol acesa of Cod.P"d TO mile per was hour.In Principal: speaker far the d*- bridge was built severalleer. Uua dclsk.n<*f Tb predomw ed Ut* special week In roeogn .d... will... be Friday night. May CMUbjate.. thai wlah ...... R.. --
r.5. and was approachedby ant anawer which favored Fairctotn '<>ken ** SS.JMM handicapped 1. as the. tlnal rlly Mt 'W -
>! driving south us. .
was *n p.eass/alIles .1 eatdldaiee
nly dirt rtd l* until Ut* was that Kyne .bad received people n the UJs employed by De et. gels inlet way -
17 and ran off the right aide OoadwiU Industrie. =tJQ : o"., a... ....... "If yenaNPrior '
completion of the new ,...s. .... appointment front In |3g al the .. 11107 Postal Office
f highway. Th vehicle travel
306 District M.eHng The rlboon cutting officially O>*vmor Bryant who. > la Mn elites U the ran a chicken rally directors ahead *f tlm*. [:!
led feet
the shoulder
some on
opening' the road will be popular .In many area lit the The pwMi Is Invited. .. Ut. plisse. supper. will be srv*..'by. County candldal. will b* ---
striking auto and a tree, an unoccupied dune by Mir. Betty Barnwvll.MpreaeiUng Slate today. Thoo* wit voted open boron which will .. heldfr Ut* .... gtrU under the ...".. .JiMilMl*!*,y* iMantte win .Iwo Cut Ordered :::
.aacastd Ire crashing lees On Pe.c. RlyerC8ftMf"Y8tien the FX Og l.nCommwewty. for Ie,.... .indKtd. In n4 n I ..... to 9 pan an May then of Mr*. I'oMeli Dews ry., fninul" rebultala.. while. the two wr

and over tank She will b* aaalited ... .....__ thai k* was better .. the QowlwMI ....... oag ttuUtAtt Hon.. DenwxMlraliMt ..... ......* ..........*.. PHil TK limited aJju.tnssn3. .

ing.Tb Set by Mia Lori Ann ......11.of "...... to ....... FalrrloUi Mode Gaudy Blvd. asMway btweTsanpa. gnt Williams ead nu,.. C........ a.*n* postal service.
unoccupied car -was Ute IX Winder __..,. a alight had' .In Dad. browsed.I Si f-rtersbwrc and Taw spanking, whlrti begin, Jr.. will b* given ten .minute. '
parked and belonged to frank' and Mlas, Kay kJIswoetii who Palm+ Beacfc. P.... llin.bor'tC C3er.Net, ., 7:30. will .toielud. all County curb. with. nw rebutUla. In Wabm. .l0n StartS 3'1 1Ibsteiester I
Cretsau. RtL X box .83-B., ,Arcadia. An alf-day nnnliig ., Ut* General.
i* M aa 'D.S.t. County for -lim *d as peg "AI
Damages. was. .estimated four roiiaty Peac Burst AdMaaryC0mcUtt 1.*4.It. Gr rwwakl few awl

at S5O.'Tit aa Wa, Coaat.'trtbutart*> *( U ...Floe st*> M. Jab....... district rood OUnriMIJt MYSTJKY PICTURE NO LONG MYSTIRYUo In Ion Arfxdu will' begin and' la".11I.liI

and lu.. staff who
sngiiteer ,
Patrol report stated that dUs ..
Cad7w be charged with beU L1 a y group will bepodia. Lrwilt tbs read will air ..* DeSoto Chemfceri. May 4. pustmaaterJiieUMon G41Si
May 1f1.I H was
wtunuIn and ...... ewes at here, Tn Delete said twiay. oe__
r.ekleeamd rep-tad .....Mdar, II .
B. Fester .
ivIg. Tb* wltt b* beU isr.solldal. ,t..,. ..tlm.h.p. fled wUl baraaeJs Right Selection Itervlc changed Saeally.M.-
mietl.g Of Commerce elude She following.. ,
Ike se sis far Ut. se*..CFaUewtftg ..
.. early Saturday morning ffa&egs.. ..1 the the ........lies seNeees ern. sekdi'. I. Parcel ljat .....
ocrtdeot sowtlt ., Zotfo anais7 olanhw/tl. a seed M UMT Ut. CMttik ..s's, ecya.ry W'fl/f" IMM lw. daughters > ) Parcel 1 post a Nwry
mop ntstee ,....,. MtM toward a Midge In New Office ? aga seven Fetter nested valll bl* f*
I 1 1o..e. L' will be ..
1t- .. the Cbrbe Creek le..g........ a.esemttrapr. Debts tart* Clwb will head vow ash Ye.s.r'' H. WMLMCM tow attd 1 r4 ""Me..S wlllk ..t* nephew al pissed on a v4Uarvertes .
way bean. gun sale.. AeaeSspets
hrrda, drive.II ech.dd Dasrett.ah.e.hhte ..u... I4W Pwee. Rl.-er Valha lie -.. Mar Lacy glrsjir attti o..e. y Clrtsarev ..tCwh. ?...,.. l3 sn CautMy.n affteai' .Ha. .ewes' pdteebJ
by Lawtan
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= pt aitpark test eryai .. ...,.*... whets was s they
M'w laatallyd .
.. ....... Wedaaaday, w will'del
KMnter 3. .. > 1 ..... .
Foul 7T+na.1a tberla0 et )i44,. Psi! sane geeMee .M .... eM d.Ve1dwsig..g l Mm.I. Rreelee 0a* **ii ef ante hav. purest '
,suffered Sl. M dssnsg ... .. post delivery onWednmdsy.
the t.rr.osey wr.retn. ... 3. t use fl *4 *erea*
r taatn as LIe.lfnse .
e Parcel ,da.*
Fall..lam a sever *+9ets. ......, .. post
hider km : t* eraUr ka*
.rdiing .. j.rtlesadietlat
/1ca+ ft Higfcwsy Uaseq Aevs.e. p wsr saswwd ..
very wilt continue *n a sag*
i....... ,** sje afHej4) r****. ...... ....... n..tIICWnw. hue today by J.*M Dan. blew sad. grew a JMt. Mm. t*> : /N.N a* teat week's An sdin day hernia. en all rural raw. ***
by. It* swear ifc* *4vis. aa ... ..., ...., TMadaNh.
Mean ran art. the right --. riDate ..... QirnMr awniel.T1. W .... ...... ol fPotato .. ,., a..d .. mounted ,....... 3. Wej. '
Th. lard. ., cedes.aevatd. .. .*.a* *.- I* ta. Ar.Nie.will Aar at 1A 7 salt. har.fand spsa.1.res.ro
per seer. f.arnr7 dew aWrvteet Money order a.wvie.
a.- ......... ,.. cw hat ..-. dtelalms at whet 1 Uses .....$ .4flsM*.cto -0. ..g rest. hied 'bee M ) a* *a<**4ad fry W._ will. lie dlscontlnuagl/ on.
... r.s.ctl and t ; ........ Cowed. pal had) as. a..s.<.*. TIM* .....'* mysserr81q.re
aa./ .
.=. ever a wIg eat'wt I I gv Ciimtsr pteojjtjr .j katsseU 1H Saturday a* th. main <*fMe*..
........ by Jean 'ItV Wabafieaa.by Report .. .. I".f a. mmae .w 5n64'0. Seen -
amt flea tou lease Ye erienhr.a. .. iseskiagaet r tl.M Fester, r......... Tbl .... Mll3f. al Wood Memorial.. HelM
1. I 11.. .5-. .._ Y aided the f eajr iaimCy ............ ..... ...... .. S. Rural Station, sal on all "said.
.... the teerr1M4 ..... vM'. I..Ilu1 ar .-..: ..tee ....... lee. Bait. .. beset ...... c-: .7. 0.- route PuaUl SavtS > bu....
..' lest fas ..... It .... _. ,at wane Ice ma5sw taoea Aoni n h... Ayr ...stele"Og.a Mr Ft ..... waset wanted .MIl13 will also be suspn<>edurday
a- tie seed. M,when K a1ep. ales ...... 3s//.-: n. i.elr.e. ...... 3 tt. M M Hrn tIt. .... a girl frw Kfcaaeeesl ..... Feverarsne.. If* t I* a hoe.blt.rtan .. A evmbtnsHoo.parcel .
<.... tike hF: .c Arerha st.rtr ... .... 94 ng ig ... ......7 far May 1* *4 tae who d56. rears later but belong f. aaelt > past "1tM'-'.. COf _
". '" faensrss awd ph-1.i. I0.secse4 ., 661 .IN -- .....-.. --' ..... ,Mow ... swwe t* Flansto Fan.fwpOa f .a* a* ether avgealaIkors. general. delivery wjnilaw will.
--... has ...., .har..ttb .......... y1a.0iag Inks I..A_ M 54 .. .n tvtU bo ........... The ..se cemented and tone this H. ...... od Swte fwd 9. b* -,.......,' .arWys...tspan!
the r.-. wear ..... w ..ayat. outer rea..1i. ArtI'3T $1 a I. 5.t Ibe ..... tyW. .a saarnsi.w 1 ....' wee are daMg1M.R 1r- t ...* jura**** wttn'kia two ''.:. .... to'.ISL ...... Y..

lee ssadktiaea. tal t'-: fir trZ.7. Ayes 7i ,. a .l6 .. 1MarM ---- ,,lei..h. 1e+rs+ gaI and aner AJBO m. r eTR* 351Mi' dughwb is atlRm t ..:.e.lr's.AA t 3 a'i.re



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2- THE ARCADIAN Arcadia Florida Thursday April 30 1964

-- Baby Girl For The Lee Austin's At I ...r 'I. '
: Depot } ;

L ndtk-r I It Yes it's a baby girl for the from Bonlfay. ;,11 _" '. Parris ft '/ : .
"Mrs. Austin Chapel ,1'I
Lt. and plan,ta. "
t thelm. return to the States In 19 45-l ',, 6fkiwLei: '
a First Lieutenant with the Island S. C. .\,. ./ ,

t 4 crses Smith First Missile Bn, 07 Air Defense The marriage of MlM Frankie ; .
L. Pritchett daughter of Mr.
t HAPPENINGS AROUND TOWN The baby, with long black and Mrs. W. W. Prltchett. to i
eye lashes and black hair (according CpL Claude W. Blosser II,
fc "Open House" Wednesday afternoon, April 15, at to her grandmother, on of Mr. and Mr C. W. -- ... ,
the Library was held in observance of National Library Elsie Austin) was born April Blosser of Camp Hill Pa. took -

Week. Different business firms sent flowers and 13th at the Army Hospital inWurzburg place Saturday. April 4. at 10 Miss" Lana Turner of Orlando Mrs. David Carden, daughters Lee Duke of Bartow arrived
plants to make the room look lovely. Germany and hasbeen and Mrs. George Boring a.m. at the Depot Chipel.: Par spent the weekend with Kaye and Lisa of West Thursday for a long weekend -
The Directors were hosts for the affair, and were named Sandra Lea. ThisIs Jr. of Louisville. Ky. announce rls Island South Carolina. her father Eugene Turner Palm Beach arrived Wednes- visit with her, grandma:>>
there all afternoon greeting new friends and old. Mrs. the fourth generation of the birth of a son. The double:>> ring ceremonywas : and with her brother. Eugene day of last week and are ther. Mrs. Naomi Duke; Her

Alton; Latimer and Mrs. Mike Pooser served punch Lea' in the family. Othersare George Wallace: Boring HI.bom performed by the Chap Jr. On Sunday they all weptto spending until Friday of this father Dr. William'. Duke
dttrlng the?afternoon, witH :Mrs. Sam Agnew, Mrs. D. O. great grandmother. Lea i Saturday, AprU 25. IN4r. Lake June for a days visiting week with Mr. and Mrs. C.. Lv brought her ,down.' ,She alsovisited
Anna Belle Shelter of Jacksonville Retha. K.Woot. with her grand
with Mr. Turner's parents Garden and Mrs.
Harriett., Mrs Grace Smith. and Miss Elizabeth Russellserving ; grandmother Elsie Lea Attended Distr. Mr. and Mrs. John Turner .... parents. Mr; and Mrs. Paul p.
tits floating hostesses. Delicious home-made Shelter Austin Arcadia and
and with his brother, Mr. Speer.
cookies. were: served with the punch. Sarasota; and Sandra Lea's1. fa Meet LastSunday and Mrs. Philip Turner children Mrs. W. .Smiley of Saraaota -
\I arrtmm&ttfjkhat& there are still citizens in the City tber, serving will the U. S. Libby Call John, and spent Wednesday and Mrs. O. D. Dobson left Monday .

bAre ; tthd lJ"jn') ) the County who have never been Forces in Germany.Sue Phil. Jr Lana returned home Thursday of last week. guestsof for Plant City for a week's
the'L1briry. 'As 'said, we did have friends calling Austin mother.of baby from the lakes. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Eller. Sr. visit with friends. While there
all afternoon and sbtne of ,them for, their very first Sandra Lea.. was reared In The following officers and rhO will attend the Office Vis
members of Veterans
tiilrii&>< Slope that everytwe? In the county will'avail therrteelf Jacksonville. Her grandfather of Foreign Martha Ann Clement daughter ts of the Associate Grand Matuuu ,
Wars Peace
Hirer' Post 2824
Williams served for Mrs. Kate Appdeby returned ..... fcthel Keller of Plant
many J. *
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
: In "
time the
;til the prlvlledge< of some and .
: Auxiliary attended the last week .
Thursday of
home 1
spending' years in the House* of Representatives Senior City at the Riverview Tanv.pa.
near future' fit DcSdto; +' icy Library. aa a RepresentativeAttended quarterly meeting. of the VFW Clement a High from a several day stay In and Clearwater Chapters.
I: certainly' felt'' dressed: up that' -'aft rnoon. ''My 4th District at Auburndal. left last Sunday. for Southern Col-' Acradla General suffering

friend, lifna ,Ilottzendorf: sent' hie. a beautiful corsage. April 2.: Post Commander Ew Missionary College from a Virus. Her son Sam.Appleb1'
attend College -
legedale. Term to
usual ,seldom feel that adds much gene Mitchell Quartermaster a Orkandd \.
As a, thing, a corsage F. E. A. Days. She left there with of came
to: my :happiness,. but, the 'one she 'sent was' 'sot lovely Melvin Johnston and Albert a group on Wednesday for New down Friday and spent until Box Luncheon At

and I'.am' so very fond of' Lin.(. that 1''.realty enjoyed Meet' Jh'Miahni' Cetrangolo President, Trustee.Penny also Cet-Auxiliary York City to attend the Worlds Saturday with well.her and ..
that made her
It of Interest V.F.W.
wearing ? rangolo. Secretary Mabel Johnston Fair and visit points .
As all friends of th* library, know, "'we are' still :Attending ,th,..!1ortda Fdu- and Bertha Harward. Con in New York City.' ,She '"

paying on the building, so do without a great many cstldnal: Association meeting In ductress-elect. Following- a MR. and MRS. CLAUDE. will return to her school work May 8

things that'wre'aetually'\ need Fbr ;*>me time. we have Miami Wednesday until Sat Joint session In the morningand W. BC.08SER, I If Wednesday April 29th. Mrs. L, B. Mershon of Lake- The Ladies Auxiliary. to Veterans -
been! 'Busingchair1' tfcfct. belonged :tbt..the Chamber, of urday. of, last week were Mrs. a noon luncheon, the two land formerly of Arcadia was of Foreign Wars No.
Commerce becau**''they 'did not have.I6 i large enough Jimmy Boone, representing the groups held separate business lain William E. Matheny. The Mrs. Caroline Campbell returned called to Mayo Tuesday be-of 2824 Is repeating the very successful
: .' i1ut.'t' County; and this section: ofI'lo..lda session In the afternoon, with altar was decorated with white home Thursday of last cause of the serious Illness luncheon
place ttt *tdr thtni'" theyhAve'* places now, so business her brother. G. W. Ware, who "BOX" held
week following a ten day
and lilies.
h4Ve taken their chairs,' 'and Wednesday. 'we felt the ; George Chapman election of District ofifcers for gladiollas Easter last year. On Friday, May 8,
; Howard Forbes and William The bride given la maxwrlage trip in Miami. While recenUy suffered an heart attack
tu-ed for mdre chairs. very rtUchu.and'noW' a. good Fletcher representing ,the DoSoto Post Commander year. br. her father, wore a there she visited with Mrs. Anna and then on Tuesday suffered they' will ..rve. luncheon
Samattto ttt.J a ieanetl! U* *t'thft' $ E.
:; CypressStreet.
tttee Bfilevel. tne ''W* are all so- gratefulThey Mrs. Robert Johns. post Home on
very Kay'' llalverson and Robert District Chsplan Penny fashioned with lace pointed will consist
not only,add,tj* ..h.,comfort yof thf lifcrary"but'also''to Yoak, representing.iWest tIe* Cetrangolo walt elected as District sleeves and a lace' train. Her of sandwich The. menu.salad relishes
the beaity... ..i.t. fit'Iw with1. the-decor-of theWalls and mrntary school! Walter Ua-, Trustee, and Mabel Johnston veil of Illusion was finger-tip Friends of Mrs. Frank Witt- Mr. .and Mrs. Elmer Bishop drink a and dessert with a

the other furniture that we have. And the Samaritan is null, representing.. Memorial presently serving as Assistant length with a seeded pearl. becker, former resident and went to Gainesville Sunday, sandwich choice or bam or
Louie Morgan., Thef. Library would 'be ire a bad wayif Grammar School; and Miss Ella Conductress: for the Di- crown. She carried a prayer suffered mother of Mrs. Barbara West and on Monday Mr. Bishop tuna .salad and a drink 'ch lce
ill were not for "Friends of the Library". As it is, we Rails and Mrs. Geraldine trlct, was elected as DistrictJrXVIce book, topped with a white' or.. a severe stroke two went to the University pl- of coffee or Iced tea. The priceIs
_. chid In i, cascade: of satin ribbon weeks ago, and was getting
have a 'Library that we can all point to with a great Scott, Hoeat President. bits of net and baby, along fine until Wednesday tal for a routine check following a BOX of saleable articles,'
deal of pride. breath. of last week when she suffered recent surgery. household or personal ,.Items,

then; the DcSoto Theatre had a good picture recently The bride's only attendantwas a relapse. She makes her homeIn but no cash. Most of these articles

f"LovQ With The Proper Stranger", with Natalie Wood her maid of honor MissMary Mt. Holly with another will be sold at the Auxil

and Steve McQueen. enjoyed the picture because I like their wares. My favorite, Clairol will have a vllllon, Alice Justice of Harrlsonburg. daughter, Mrs. Charles Holtzclaw. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parker iary's be rummage sold during store. the but.lunch some

both the stars, but was dlsapolnted that It was not in "For" Women Only", to welcome perhaps /million Va. She wore a pink children Sandra. Patty, may. .
color. women to I its ultra-feminine interior for linen street-length dress accented and Darryl of Ft. Lauderdalespent : eon.
a personal Rummage sale proceeds: are
And on Tuesday afternoon of last week, the Tea at the coloring analysis. (I prefer to call it hair conditioning). with white' lace. She carried Mrs. Rupert Smith of returned Parker's the mother weekend Mrs.with Edwin Mr. used by the Auxiliary In Com
a nosegay of pink carnations. home Wednesday last week
Woman Club, honoring Mrs. Hayden Burns wife of the The women can J see, assisted by special mirrors, how from ten In Jack Parker. munity Service projects: so
Mayor of Jacksonville well attended and .they look in different hair a day stay to ,do
was enjoyed might colors..They will view Cpl. John Mitchell Armbrus- sonville. She attended the State this Is an opportunity
by everyone. The charming Mrs. Burns complimentedthe the work of great hairdressers and will be treated to ter served the groom as best Womana Club convention. and your spring house cleaning

newly decorated Club house., -.. a six-minute ride in an individual glass-enclosed colorconsultation man. remained for a visit with her Mrs A. D. Mla ore left Friday and. at the same time, help
An event that .is. of special Interest 't<* all 'of us booth. There, a cybertronlcs computer, as ', When the couple left on their friend Mrs. Belle Kennlston. for Louisville, Ky for a the Auxiliary In their community -

is the' concert" at the school house,this, Saturday night, well as Clairol consultants, will indicate most becoming. honeymoon,, the bride was visit wth her daughter Mrs. service actlvtes. *

by Dallas Weekley, and"wife-Nancy, whose 'professional hair colors wearing a beige suit with beige Mrs. Maude Boring returned George Borng, .Jr Mr. Boring

names are Wecklcy &,.Arganbright' piano-duettlst team. patent accessories, and the or- home Sunday from a two daughter Debbie. She went by.
It has been a long time since Arcadia has had a "LIGHTS ON" at EMPIRE, STATE chid from her weddng bouquet weeks visit with her daughter, train and arrived Just In time

concert comparable the one Saturday night, and every. With the opening of the World's Fair a new beacon Mrs. Jim Bowen. Mr. Bowen. to greet the new. member of
one who atended enjoyed it, and meeting the honor will be added to the New York skyline Out of town guests Included and family, who also live in the family George Wallace

guests rafter the concert at the home of the Tom'Weekley'a A. millions of vbi tor.'pour into New York, a long ,.11'. and Mrs. W. W. PrItchett, Lake. Placid. Doting III. FISH
and Wilson Prltchett Mrs.
son ; ..
time tourist attraction, the Empire State Building, will -
be decked out for the' occasion. If. F. Flpps; and Mrs. C. E. Mrs. J. A< Simmons and Mr.
POPULAR ANNUAL VISITOR Dewberry, .U of Arcadia.' and Mrs. Gordon Johnson returned '
The tallest office building la the world 'Witt'
Had a newsy letter from Corine Word of Okolona bathed in 5,000.000 lumens ''of light. 4 When:they return from theirwedclinrV1pf home Friday from a .IOIIHIFS TID-lIT : EAT
the couple will few visit-with their children ,
Miss last week. Corinne visits here days
with.her dnught ,
Mildred and A. P. HollingswortJ an .fa1nUy each,year,';d that f + A b)nJhw" designed,type of and-prt fixture duecd, ?xthe"PSH-HO Tjy: Sylvania(whatey Electric z;Jfv*."'tnosser in Quantlco.. Is serving Va. when."Cpl. with. in Georgia Mrs. Simmons -:0:,...,.I cant felve'feu'a''Jea.
visited her Mr. and Mrs.
son .I've- .
and we all think that' she! belongs' to us, and look for Products', Inc. will be used ,.to give, this massive build.. the Marine Corp.Tourist Ralph Simmons in Atktnta, east Had a*remember many.applicantsI their, $1.00
ward to her annual visit.MOTHER'S.. |
log Its crown of light. ,> <"*' Ga.; and the Johnson's visited _", ...- "Ca.." yew. give mea
DAY The Stfth and 87th floors will be left dark creating Mrs. Johnson's daughter Mrs. Jeb. keeping' track ef

.Will be ,May 10. and that will be one week the effect of a large ribbon around a tower of light. Jack Crlffls. Mr. Crlffla. children. I tamer
from next Sunday. Now,' I have always felt that Mothers U lights below) the 72nd floors are turned off the Say Hope Joy', and Fefe In

day was every day. In most any way that and block-of light.will appear to be a chandelier suspended RevoirWeather Dallas.. Oa. Served WithHushpuppies

wants to look at< It I .but it docs give Mother's a from the aky.In"addlton.. Slow
little special feeling' to 'have their children remember to the Sylvania PSII-110, several hun too warm for comfortable Mr. and Mrs. Ray Golden .

them with something that will be a magical way to dred fluorescent' lamps will be used to illuminate the dancing has helpedtou..I.t' children Sharon Sheila, and Potatoes,:

say, "I Love You", and that will be a sparkling gift ofsweetsmelling 222-foot tower on top of the structure. A total of 300-.... the to become reconciled David of Lake Wales were Ring Mountings
scent. One of the prettiest battles of 000 watts will be used in the system. to the fact that another Sunday guests of Mrs. Golden'S.

fragrance we ve seen is, brand-new and introduced by The Sylvania fixture the same type as that used happy' season ends on April parents; Mr., and Mrs. Charles PINE POINTRESTAURANT

the beauty house long famous for exouislte Hot Weather to illuminate the launching pad at Cape Kennedy. : Leaving for home this week flier visited and other Charles relatives Jr. while They MONNIE'S Jut

Colognes. Four of. th0 most popular scents are of The iodine quartz lamp retains 98 percent of its are Mr. and Mrs. John Wallen. he.... Mr. Golden has recently 8 taut Oak ..t.A .
fered In icy-looking aerosol bottles frosted with gem rated brightness throughout useful life. It is highly re- Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schwobal. bought a Drug Store at Dundee .....1.. FlerMa.

like snowflakes and capped in color. You can also slstant to thermal shock and has a 2.009 hour rated Mr. and Mrs. Howard P..Johns and plans on moving his Dial WA 1.1711 ail. 70. Kae.
) get superfine dusting powder in white plastic reuseablex life. both Important considerations In relatively out Mrs. Blanche Port M.... Margaret family there later on In the

touched with appropriate color, to match cologne&: door lighting fixtures. Thompson and Miss Cd: >- summer.
choice. The building Itself Is impressive and with a crown Ith Trank. During May Mrs. .

Shakespeare called flowers sweetness a "special of light It must be something. Yes, I am .beginning to hula Lee will leave with Mrs. 'I ,
Miss Cam
like that of And I Inclinedto want to to the Fair. II. E. Curds, Mrs. Julia Horner Weekend guest of Surplus Bread
grace genius or beauty". am go: and Mrs. Loren Tope will illa Conner this past weekend .
agree.- I do know a few women who say that they GroW Old start out together, and Mrs. .was Ronnie Reeses of Gaines .
. dd not enjoy wearing perfume but I am sure that the Gracefully Rhea Moore will go to Mary. ville.. NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS..
majority do. I, of course, mean good perfume or cologne." Mrs. Sarah Martin 113 a. HUlsboro Ave. will never grow land. Other. departures will ....

Cut do think that one should use any perfume with old. She old haa by already the number reached of the age that when one have would be considered Include Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and ..,.... Peter Schwa r .I. ;: := ,_1.:: ,' .
they lived .
it and for Mrs. N. Kro- bel left today' for their home .... r me .: .. ,
care-krrp light lovely summer temperatures Bonn Mr. and H. -- iI. ,
but not my friend Sadie. She baa a wonderful capacity for ..... c.... ... a-
leave the heavy exotic perfumes for Fall's crisp chill. winning friends. Is always gay and cheerful, and beauUful to met Mr. and Ia... E. A. Masters In Asheville, New York following OANOCg BREAD f '
A blend" of Sweet Mr and Mrs C. F. John- a winter months stay'
provocative Spice or perhaps look upon, and YOUNO at heart. aU"-Lua
the perennial favorite White LUac. A plastic tube of I have. always enjoyed, my visits with her. and she la still son.. Mr. and ),,1... Joseph.. here. They November.plan to return In 0.--. M s. ..STONE at .. .. ..
JToMd., and Mr. and Mrs. Walter early; Marisa.w
ice be cool touch boon themercury Interested and .
liquid can a on days when la everyone everything. I went bSaturda7 ; .
r climbs and mothers wilt; afternoon and while I was there, nlae other' friend '; SeiferUI .-..oo ..a ........... sdWr ,
came by With membership of 133. N,. and Mrs. Ivy Dykes left S ,...... .. .:)0,00 -
It has been said that the sails of Cleopatra's barge to call besides& three of her daughter. We all had a *nmd Ume the! ;largest a since the Tourist last Friday for Chicago: 11L to .
that before be visiting. and Sadie was having more, fun than anyone. Then ..,
were so highly perfumed long it could Club's _..nLaaUon. .It .la Interesting attend the National L. P. Gas I
seen people knew she was approaching. A provocative the last two visitors. Betty (Mrs. Aubrey) OTry." Worthy Matron to- note that the roster Convention. ,. :
of OtHS: and Ethel Dnbsoa.o (Ursw Ov Di) past Worthy r
thought-but trifle handed. I would
a heavy say. Includes 41 families and ladivtdeats
Grand Matron at Florida O&S had
recently returned from .
But I do that GiwrahrecdOffice
think perfumes and hot weather who own their own
Grand Lode 1st JacksonvUle. and came by to pceeent Mrs. KIM Gertrude Griffin of
dusting powder" are for hug-Inspiring gifts for hame* In Arcadia, and. In adhere. -
tops Martin with a Fifty' Year membership card of Peace River. Gainesville. arrived Thursdayof f Supplies
Mother and sure to be welcomed by lucky, lovely Chapter from the Grand Chapter, signed. by Mrs. Irene .Iobn a. One or two members last week and spent until '

ladies. everywhere. Worthy Grand Matron;; Walter Newell Worthy Grand Patron. ; diu... seven who own train Sunday afternoon visiting with Art Supplies'
FAIK- IN NSW YORKI and Freda ..d......, Grand Secretary Now'". .. something. have taken aparatmenta on a her aunt. Mrs. 0. D angford. 5 '

had about decided not to go to New York this I will say.,and Sadie. .wes wry. appreciaUv*. She la no.longer year-roeind rental basis, and and family. Gifts.
summer: to see" the Fair, and after the big Opening Wed acUve In the 0. J:. S. but .. song aa she couM go she did. and a large number take rooms *n :
she will cherish the card' naucfc, 1 said the the same neighborhood, even 5 .
nesday night have gotten all enthused again. Then am sure very lat .
In the same .....; year after Mrs.. George Boring and Mrs
there are such glowing accounts In all the In two visitors, and It was while I was there. Probably several cameafter
papers. :year.Arradta. Hubert L. Johnson returnedhome
Sunday. paper, read where Fashion 'will have a place I left. la undoubtedly u.... Friday from Athena' Ga. Repair Service on Office Machines

I, at, the Fair, with many beauty firms there displaying tourists favorite winter resort -where they had spent a few
S and although' the snons- day with thendaughter andson. Arcadia Office Supplies

eat they can .hardly; wait to> Mr. and Mrs. John Ie...
130 W. Oak
Small World sea. taeir. rniUrea and, aranalcnidr .> netn Johnson,. and the Important .St. WA 9-2841
a -up Nu.tM7 member tne: family JohnKenneth '

promise to nurry back. Johnson,. 111.
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THE ARCADfA. Arcadia, Florida, Thursday, April 30, 1964 ':3.A
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Cancer Death Toll To 18 1

. Deer Hunting Season In DcSoto County- For Year YOUR" IS arOU"'f;

During the year of 1963. a 3OO. :

4 total of 139 deaths were recorded It Is not our Intention to I
r 1 1J 1r alarm citizens with these somber !
Set In DeSoto CountyFor for all of DeSoto county -
statistics -
Of this total more than 12 fAR THE ADS
but we du feel stronglythat
percent, or 18 persons
the general public shouldbe
the first time In tenyears Jan 3. Mondays\ Tuesdays from cancer.: made aware of the serious _.

.F .,d DeSoto County nlmrods and Fridays will be closed at The provisional Information threat of the disease. All of us Paid Political' Adv. !:;
was obtained from the 19O3
I'' e .7i tp will get a chance: to hunt deer at) other times Shooting hours Vital Statute Report of the should face the facts. We should I y- mILICTTt| x
legally that Is, It was announced fur resident game species will Florda State Board of Health know about cancer's seven. I w FRANK ""* '1
the State danger signals. We should realize
here today" by remain at from one-half hour and the compilation of cancerfatalities : .
Came and Fresh Water' Fish was issued this weekIn that regular health checkups
rh ..'tdq before sunrise U one-half hour may detect cancer early SCHAUB
tl a special by
+ after sunset of each open day. report enough that .1.u
so prompt. pro.per I .1.r.:
the state office of the FloridaDivision :
For the past ten years closedseason treatment can: be made and TOUR
etfeC'In Hunters will be providedwith of the American: Cancer
has been In help save lives. I r.e
DeSoto. Hillcboroush. Hardee, two turkey hunting sea Society In Tampa. During the American Cancer STATE ATTORNEY
and Manatee Counties sons during the 1964-05 season. This special report also disclosed
Sarasota. Society's I9A4 educationaland !
Commission'srestocking The first season, opens with the that the death rate from
due to the fund-raUlnit Crusades,
MIa general, hunting season and aK.. cancer Is still on the increase,
program. much can be learned about
lows the hunter to harvest from 7719 deaths in mo to M ,-..
The general hunting season cancer and what to do about It.
three turkeys of either sex, provisional total I of 9470 deathsIn
for 1964-CS for resident game It is our hope that all citizens ,..
The second Mar.. 1963. Total deaths recorded<<
will season opens ..,.
birds and animals open will obtain cancer educationliterature
Saturday Nov. 1e. except in 13 to Mar. 28 in that portion for Florida statewide, during when Is available ht
of the State located: south of 193 was 55,511.According .
the Third Conservation District without cost and that they will I ..
will State Road 50. and Mar. 37 to a Society '
where season contribute to the fund-raising
to April II. north of State spokesman an estimated 17.
open Nov. 21. Crusade so that the Society'scancer .
Road 50. Hunters will be allowed 000 new cases of cancer will A r
.. .o The opening date applying to take two gobblers develop In the state during be expanded control soil programs Intensified can a "
to deer turkey quail during this second turkey sea the coming twelve months. In the ahead.REAL 'err
squirrel and bear waa set at a son. Based on past estimates, most asd.
WINNING SPEAKERS-Pictured winners were Steve Sorrells JoAnn formal meeting of the Game prevalent new cases will .
with Robert Sorrells. president of the Mathews. Margaret Sullivan and and Fresh Water Fish Commission ibly orrur as follows: (' "
Arcadia KIwanis Club are the winners Danny Johnson. For associated story at Tallahassee April 21. of the colon and rectum 1M-I: :
according to A. D. Aldrich.: di new cases; lung 1800; ESTATE t
of Conservation speeches: presented to see page 1 section B of this Issue.to '
1700 I
rector ; uterus MOO;
the club last Thursday evening.The Hunting will be allowed ev- Girls 4-H Clubs 1100; stomach 730; leukemiaSINUS 1 Sec Us For .,

ery day In the First Third Good Buys n

and Fourth Conservation Districts Sponsor SupperThe Deal .*.**. e* 1 ....... : H l<
and In the Second District I I HOMES wteh. as sisnisasai I ssOP1 Iwprw

Haley Reports except In Dixie. Gilchrlst DeSoto County Girls' sadSUILDINO ..eIs, .. l..... ..a. I
and Levy Counties. In the 4-11 Clubs are sponsoring a SITES prsss ,
Fifth Conservation District: every Chicken Itlau Supper. Friday GROVES ACREAGE .s.e
will be allowed May I 1. at the. DeSoto' Fair _
day hunting O.t euiok l IWf. I UWW
By .JAMES A. HALEY side OAS la utterly beside the and of course, thought highly In that portion of the district Grounds. Serving from 5 to !Ewa ap t*S tMwra.Knd LEWIS AMBLER FRANK sawa
Congressman 7th District : located: south of State 7:30: p.m.Proceeds. *....u-stT.dat.. s i
of what political -
regardless Mateo .
point of the Lope suggestion ........... ...It.. far to VarAe .
Florida OAS Road SO. and west or the St. hose .law A Iitsa4As lb..
: some which would give the Russians .Johns River. will be used to O<**"r*......Al all drag *.late T.. '1
Washington (Special -The member nations may engage In send 4-11 girls to 4-11 ,CltU,.- ..tSVNA..CLBAR-. ..
significant point Is not that this showdown.You and their stooges In the Where staggered-day hunt- ship Short Course in Washington HUGH M. MARTIN STATE'ATTORNEY* ...
the Organization of American probably noticed that Ing Is In force hunting will
field day at our D. C. and 4-H State
UN a expense. ,
States' fact-finding committee Castro gave a sweetness and be allowed every day duringthe Conference. I. ..._ ....r .. >_ :' tO Seth D.'.'. Av..... u
has concluded officially that light Interview timed to be What will happen Is extremely first nine days, and the per- ,
Cuba has been engaged in attempting published just as the OAS important because It iod between Nov. 21 and Nov. Everyone Is Invited" ((0 at S D.*.ta Ave.STORK .ald. p- ....W I..ei.a S.S... 1
to subvert governments committee released Its accusation. and between Dec. 23 and tend. .r
In the. Western Hemis In which: he soft-pedaled seems to me. there Is no wayfor I,29 .:
phere. United States presence: at OAS to avoid its responsibility :: 1
.I t.
Guantanamo murmured about
Everyone already knew that paying the British something without destroying its t '

and for the fact-finders to have for the Shell Oil plant he stole very 'reason for existence.
come up with any other discovery .-
would have made a MU.a.
mockery: of the whole Pan ISTASUIHM 1t.4 .. t
American process. -PAIB rOUTICAt .AOVtUTHlMINT

Tile\ Important point Is that Re-elect BoclcecfebAro ) F "'.
the hemisphere's position face 1" erl I:
to-face with Castro's Communist ,(I' .... :
Cuba is one step nearer R.L (Bob) Wertz fameva fer their owtttsmdlnft J i ( JI ,

the showdown stage. The OAS choir volw. Check every one onM .
Council>> now must considerthe ( page. Yew will sovo |10 ht ; ,1?
matter in the light of the Your Present II :
Rio treaty; for mutual defense.It District 5 CountyCommissioner $23 on your choice* J?..r .
promptly voted to do so. J CHAIR SPECIALS
This consideration Is something \i Jp j jl

that some of our Latin
neighbors would Just as soon R' f VOTE FOR CONTtM OlA Y BEAUTY l

nol h a v e happen. Mexico's ? Ir I It .h ., ,r r.4 3" "FOAM R a CHANNEL INLAY a wM."'1..eI"
President Is>pestlfateddaald' HONESTYCAPABILITY 1 ,...
publicly the other day for Instance .
that the United Nations ,,. COMFORT FOAM BACK] C ,
was a better place to deal EXPERIENCE
with Castro because he said T.eyaMa.wsl. N.Me 'e.1
i Veer v.te and support ... ./ CwrMw.e r .
"Cuba Is not an active: member ,
of the OAS any more.** ,, t't May 6th will b. slncsrslyappreciated. .,w $1'a M I,
But the Rio treaty was setup I
quite precisely to deal r" .w.
with aggression from outside. PAID roe BY 1{ I. c 111.ei COMMUMOWt* watt. MsraicrCOVMTV 1 -

Whether Cuba Is Inside or out- 'DOWN yrMA

err .
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A THE ARCADIAN Arcadia: : Florida Thursday April 30 1964

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I,:, I ,ttr'.. ..'S Know YourCandidats" : : For Tuesdayrs!' Primary i J.

.... E. T. (KAT) McLEOD': Haymun promises, if elected Ola. The position of County rnary said "My: late start Is JOHN E. HODGES sled and has three children.He He J. Williams who lived In W. M. (Mickey ) SMILEY JR,

' !. .. ,.\ County CommissionerDistrict to devote his time, to the du- Commissioner will not be just because of a great' untorfIC.n County Commissioner attended public schools three counties without ever State Attorney
, J,, 1 Utit* of this office and to give another part time side-line many District No. 5 In Tampa and the Universityof movingHi* mother was El- Smiley Is the son of W M.

+ .._ E. the. best, of service possible. with him but will be considered developments such as John E. Hodges, 45, can- Florida in Gainesville. Mack Smiley, who served ton
\ -- ( ) McLeod. candldate via Albritton
:Me has spent a_ large amountof as his primary responslbilty. the Illness of one of my assistants dioaie for county commissionerUistrilt Enlisted in the service served is a memberof lw year in the Assistant State!
for County Commissioner time and; has gone to a treat and several unusual No. 5 opened a store three years in the Air Force. WlJiams Attorney position and for t i\
" );' I .b District 1. Was born in amount of personal expense 3. Fair and Impartial County and time-consuming: investigations in Arcadia in May 1945. Traveled Is presently engaged in the the Oak Grove BaptistChurch years as the State Attorney,
Ft. Green Florida when it familiarizing himself with the Government. He will absolutely coiiUuiUd over the widespread for Firestone Tire and Rub- Citrus and cattle business; hobbies one of its deacons Born in Arcadia he has lived
I i\ .. was still part of peSo Coun office. I show nu favoritism to any area of my eight.county ber Company all over Eastern arc hunting; and fishing.Is for Itf years; and treasurer of In Bradenton since 11 38 ad'
\ .ty. Moved to Arcadia In 1934. Circuit.:' the churih. His church alwaysiune atteaed all Manatee
s:.. one person or any special Interest bailed States.Luucatonal a Deacon and Sunday County
; Ha been a resident since ex- groups whatsoever j.He, $hwr planks in his platform : Background: 2 School teacher in the First .:. first, he says, Schools. He completed his pr-e
.3dt ., cpL when .he., 'served In BOIlf AVANT '
';:'( r.rina Cfrp during World. ( serve) the best interests of 'S i'o continue the. same policy ''!aU' City High School: Has served as vice-chair* the .\".waoiui 1.0.&_.' the *'arm attended Stetson College
II'. -,r War 2 for 2V4 years. County District Commissioner 3Avanl. every citizen of DeSoto Coun ui ptiAite..uiiun of ail felonleu last.; man of Florida Baptist .'Con',bureau, the Hardce :County ;.aw and Emory Law School
: / J. 'Married to the former Mar ; ty. committed: tn the clr uIL" tour years sales experiencewith vention. ', tMu..uena ..s u .....un. fclorksa wnere he was allowed to

garet. Collins of Ft. Ogden for t. 35. Is married. to the 4. Close Cooperation betweenthe "t.jo.u.n the tervites ut a Firestone Tire and Rub- Has served ..' chairman of Citrus Mutual and HaroeeCwuu graduate, law_ courses during take
".. 13 ear.. They live In Ft. former Norm County; and City. George court rrpos.er for InvestigaKVk bet Company. the Brotherhood Commissionof .y sat Cluo. h.; senior: year. He was a
Winder.: They have throe children Bob Oi. belIeves>> that progress cult wuiK. The reporter would Served In Infantry of the the Southern Baptist Con use is eugJiea: in citrus growing oar ol the Phi Delta Phi Legal
McLeod Statement: by 9, Janice 6, and JoAnn 4. be achieved only by all citizens bo wvd_s have been in the Fraternity. well as Chiefusu
J "., "1 am acquainted with the A cattleman, citrus grower ,' country or city working V-.ttCi. .iaitfiiciiis given by ce- Member of first Baptist1''of' the F rel&b'Uulon' Board cuiue bWIIDft4t and operated a .. .e oi the Honor Court
i people of this county, and feel and'] trucker. .Avant bas served together toward common goals. .<_".....i* u.>u W.UM.IUCS: InuneuUi Church: Masonic Lodge Elks: of. the- Southern Baptist' 'Convcntlon. amu. .w"7 store and lilling graduated/ 'a member of and
4 j ,."__' .'; that I can render them rap- as' chairman of the A.SC.. director 5. Close Contact with the Pone .ly alter the clime: is comntitiiu : Club Arcaala Country Club: I H flWaa stauon in his earij manhood .. ....emic Honor Roll. the
I .; able service as a county commissioner Farm Bureau and the pie of UtrSolo County The people when .....r icvoiictiiuiis: >'arm Bureau, Past member elected to the State Senate lie wus awarded: a fellow
I 4 I Avant: family la members of will be consulted and poll- are best"I.cguatien Kouiry and Kiwanls Club of In 1952 and served 8 ;years. riveted in 1943 to the FlorIda ship with the University
"1 promise you It I am elect- the First Baptist church. cu before any Important ac- permitting the /trtauia. Was voted by colleagues as House Representatives, he of
Law School
t ted as your County Commissioner Us is a third generation of tioits are taken winch would affect .U..&: ............ a.h.r than hlot .L4rment: outstanding freshman SenatorIn served Hardee county: 10 years Miami Master nf Law.to n.work_. ...
j to cooperate! with all the Avant and it fourth generation their taxes o>' pi'open Ootrruur u, ...,.,.,..... my M.....*-. "1 have joined with every 1953. in ths capacity: ., receiving '"= for and m-mantained------- anr-all---"A"- .n.u...
I j1'!! County Commissioners in all of Martina\ In DeSoto e ltn. They Will' a ao be kept advised wn...** civic minded citizen working Was voted by the membersof last two terms without oppos during his last ave- .
h 21 I' !things that are for the best In.I" ty.- ol the status of County- projects "4\.' ex, tent Ion of the' system. bur growth and Industry in De- the Legislature In 1959 as IUon. Elected In 1960 as Senator rage graduate law studies.semesterof '
"I leresi or uesoto<< county asa Avants Platforms-. : and plats/ at all times.. whereby' non support proceedings isoio County.I the second most outstanding 27lh district: the job he In 1938 he enlisted In
,w whole. Your vote will be are ri.iudit.-d in Juvenile, that now holds. Served on top committees : the
1 am for economy In county many believe the County member of that session. United States Air
N ',t" "I realize the need of public government, and will give times repaid In dedicated service Court. The results being realized Commission can be the greatest Received the St. Petersburg in the House and Senate from the Air Force Force graduated
I" ;P. school system and will do every |personal< consideration. to, all to DcSuto County and will tn at vvr.il' pf the Juvn.lo ktowtn factor In DeSoto Times' Award as the most val- 6 years as chairman of nical School and worked Tech.
s thing"1, ran In cooperation problems county residents be sincerely appreciated.JEAN ;c.-:14: of .J|hls circuit in obw.n.ua County If Commissioners are uable Senator In 1959. the citrus committee memberof Administrative Specialist as an
with the'DeSoto County School "I believe in gad and progressive support tuorury for dependent elected tnat have demonstrat- If Elected. Carlton Pledges: Finance fc T-xation committee : holds Honorable H.
II' Board and school superintendent rnildien+ has of both House and Senate an Discharge
schools. LYONS proven 4.4 that they want to see De- To accomplish with the helpof from the Air Force.In .
N to further the, inferest of "I favor civic and recreationareas ,that, this problem Is best treated Soto County grow. others the completion of member of the powerful appropriation -
a w the school system. and will ''help to develop Signed: Jean Lyons' as a sociological' one rather I am dedicated to Improvement State Road 70 West of Arcadia'and committee of Senate : addition to his law work.
N q. '"I believe in ari economical I County' Commissioner than simply as a crime." governmental re-organi he has worked as Assistant Dir.
them as they: are practical: .and of DeSoto County school other needed road pro ,
5 .v administration of the County's can> be afforded. 3 "To resubmit to the legislature .tem. Only candidate who jects. zation. Rules and calendar, ector of Cadet Activities and
t.r affairs' In order' that taxes may -1 feel that| DvSoto county Horn and educated In De- proposed laws providing: II.M a plan. To work for the developmentof livestock: and Public educa- Instructor of Bunsiness L a .0: be held at a Ynlnlmum. and Ii' should have a good road system SoW County' age 38. penalties for causing the deathof There Is no Industry or In. our State Mental Hospitals tion. Served as Vice-chairman: Public Speaking at Admlr
aI. ..,': promise you. that the. County's ." Married to the former Llllle another while operating a .1 .it on In DetJoto Countythat In DeSoto County and for the and chairman of the Intermin al Farragut Academy in St. P*
i' M N _Wi tax .money. will be .spent< In Avant Is a graduate of De Mae Polk I have four children. motor vehicle negligently or I have not worked to get Improvement of the working Pest Control committee, dur- tcrsburg. Florida while attending -
MN >-:' DeSoto' County fur the benefit Soto High school In class of Earl 17, Mary IS, Donna 12, while under the Influence that has come In the last 20 conditions and pay of its em- ing the eradication of the Stetson Law. School. Following .
'" of nil the. people of the county. 1948. !lie was 'a member of fend Martha Id ,years of age. Inox tic ants." y .ars. ployees. screwworms. Last session was his Air Force tour of
N 'ml, "Inrorder to be elected I honor society! and an athlete Qualified with 14 years, experience "To continue working with I I firmly beliet'v I owe De Will encourage and supportthe chairman of Public Roads and duty he was employed with
I. need tour help and support" participating In football boxing : In Road and Bridge Grand Jurist b 7 submittingcases Soto County my; se.vices on establishment of new business Highway of State Senate.In the Mackie Company and General -
and. will appreciate .not 'only 1958 and 1959. Williams Corp. Florida real estate
? { and track., construction.My County Conmission.: sa De- and manufacturing enterprises -
N your vote on election day, but Platform' : where" the facts appear bo\to County l has certainly been creating more job received two merltorius awards developers.
N a food word from "otJ to your 'Gkdnde:? j, OLA Better Roads through expert; uncertain. good to me.I opportunities for the people of from Florida Citrus Mutual for He became familiar with the
w "4rlends. ."."i v County Cc:nmlsslonerDttrkt ience.i "To continue keeping 'the believe all 1 candidates DeSoto County.To his service to the citrus indus criminal investlj.itlon procedures .
e -../.... .3. Better Schools with more public advised of the work of should demonstrate as a private work for the progress try. In 1981 he was named by by working summers as
I.II classrooms. this office through annual citizen their desire to see and advancement of our school his colleagues "most outstanding an Investigator In the State At.
R. CLINE 1IAYMAN George J .Ola, Veteran of More efficient Road Depart public reports of the total crim our County grow before asking program.To first termer In the Senate"In torney's office and has workedon
p Supervisor of Registration WWII and Korea, and well remembered ment. inal cases bandied and In talks voters to support them In work for water controlin the biennial poll and received numerous murder cases in
N by many In DeSoto Mora efficiency In maintenance .such as the more than 100 I a race for County Commission. Peace River! and for the the Allen Morris A- the 12th Judicial' Circuit.i
R. Cllne Ifkyman Is.a native County as the ",Commanding of 'County owned offices have given to civic. organizations 1 believe only proven businessmen development of Its axricula- ward. In 1959-61 he_. acted 5__ .'_l..m__w.
t. a DeSoto Countlan. He was born Officer of CarJstrvm Field In and,parks. outlining the work of the are capable of handling tural recreational! and economic Williams states that he Is bership Chairman of the Young
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ft i near Owens community, and 1941 and 1943, had adopted A Stop Sign Program to State' Attorney's'' office. the most Important position possibilites.Will pleased to report to DeSoto Democratic Clubs of Florida''
a has spent the greater part of 'DeSoto Count;.. hi. home at erect: stop sings at all, count To organize and sponsor in DeSoto County. continue to vote to pre County that he has kept hs and In 1981 Smiley receivedthe
N H! his life In this % that time met'an( training courses for the Investigation promises of tour years ago; on
area. \ lip mar- road Intersections.A I believe no candlate should serve the small counties con- award for one of the Outstanding .
II On January 20th of this year 'rid +Ruth Pemberton of Arcadia move efficient Program of homicide ,and.other offer himself! fur reelection trol of the Senate. Road 70r water conservation, Young Democrats: of
: he was appointed by Governor daughter, of Flossie' Pem 1C keep all our Cemeteries' major crimes. for law enforcement without an emphatic record of Will work with every pub- pollution of Peace River reap- Florida at the State Convene
M Farris Bryant after being endorsed be{ton .of N.'ilflltoro) Ave., clean. : agencies within*, 'the cir outstanding service to the lic official and Interested cit- portlonment state hospital
N la, by the iDeSoto beme-- during his say. her.They I pledge? more cooperationto cult.. This would enable the County during the past four zen for the advancement of hospital worker., senior citizens tion.He Is currently practicing ..
: critic Committee to IIIS| the have two children Roy; and our Real Estate Developers smaller departments td send years DeSoto County. and schools. law in Bradenton
._- vacancy In the office createdby Debra. Upoij, retirement from to help DeSoto County grow personnel 'because the courses I. positively, will not be a Will opose politics for pro He further proposes to help with his father In as the a firm partner of
the untimely death of |Mr. the Air Force 'as a Colonel In would be given at a central "Me Too" County Commission! ,fit wherever 1 find it and will secure 10 miles of Road 70 in .
Tom Pate. I960. lie. :and 'ti. family purchased location In the circuit. However er. I will stand up and fight 'Fight far your Welfare and Manatee County road from Arcadia Smiley and Smiley.In .
a mall grave on the to do this J would need for what la right and have demonstrated Interest. -.v to N oca tee, continue to accounting his candidacy. .
THOU HORRID Carlatrom Field Road where FRANK' SCIIAUO the assistance of civic clubs I will do just that-3 fight and work for state Smiley Stated "All of Ute "
State AttorneyStateA'ttornejr 'and such groups as the "PoliceSchaub hospital workers honor check eight counties in the Twelfth "1
they .now ,..&&de. OfOl" Ola Hedges served( .one, terny opt
SI SPOTS'VADB has beee In .'civic Hall of Fam.,- -i TT" City and balance' systemby keepIng Judicial Circut-are: .. equally deliervfhg' -
active Council '
affairsfinre very his 'return here l In announcing the Frank platlorm'fJWwhich Hejtauls.:*"( fell the'ataflt 'needed and Invites ;your many Inspection yearsiagv at 0. W. (DICK) Wjt.i:! ':Ms smalt tountie.'ot"tle' state 'bf 'the"personal attention i I

and .Is extremely 'InterestedIn he seeks re-election 'a' traffic, analyst to Investigate the records he made. State Senator In control of Senate He sponsored of the State Attorney. "
the nty. Because he eels proposes traffic fatalities because usually G. W. (Dick) Wlflama.was the 73-23 law In last without placing the bulk of responsibility
fD' the state hire traffic
he can contribute more to the analyst to. "Improve a the Investigation the hghway patrolman at born In DeSoto County which session of Legislature, which upon Grand Jur-
progress and :growth 'of Dtf- of the scene la kept busy direct- Is now llardee County, He and means much to our ad valorem es or assistants.It .
Soto County he has become: a ;highway. manslaughter 'Ing traffic and* attending the DOYLE E. CARLTON JHj! his wife. Garnctte Rooney Wll- taxpayers: In many counties: of Is a necessity that the State

candidate. for County? Commis. Sthaub related rases the improvements .Injured) lie<<\ said ;thee analyst State Senator. hams live on part of his the state aa well as relieving' Attorney be available In each
sioner. District, 3. To'...,st the he hoped to make In could perhaps wod&.o t..tlf the Doyle E. Carlton. ,'r. was grandfathers's old homestead School Boards from a financial county in the Circuit at least

voters jot the county In selectIng the prosecution of major crime ito FrJnrlda.;-.. Highway .-Patrol. office..r born on July 4. 1922; Lt wor_of 1869.- Hla father :was---Wil- dilemma. once a week
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a I.rl.turnvut of his DeSoto
TNIMOUT .he. 'Offers the following County supporters last "f"o .:: ,r., r-:10:01 ;
.W_thervd brown' sputa platform, In his behalf: night .. : \ Paid Falltlsal l 1 AdvertisementJafcX
en the eurfaee ..f your 1 I. Dynamic' and i
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bands sew' lace .11 the wail I Another major proposal In
a p.ltin.Id-p.rlwa befot. yes J'GU't: nerlenced Leaderslilp. DeSotu Jchavb'a! platform Is the creation
are, a./.lh.nl' away wKH ne.: County baa the people' and natural and training of commercial I :
KSOTKRICA.: : that roeJt .."'cream resources lor fraud '" .. .' .
that breaks of 1 progress 'Inveatlgatora. Schaub : ..\ .
the: akin. nuha up maws hniirt Innfc pigment wha.M: ) but strong leadership 'Is essential said. "Federal. Bureau" of Investigation .' ,
{nuns: ....n. Dually: NotaIwa.up to properly plan fur figures prove thatcommercial ) .) :
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and to |Jake advantage of '
opportunities << frauds take
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Arts Hi the kliv- v t on l"r prn i, .. .j :
pIami.*. KMW for*i>fi tiliiB.I J skin as II rlMtr up :l we lilem.UhM. George OU'.baa demonstrated other type uf crime. The public 1. w ) ; t
Al "lirarfms drug .not .IMI.. ... leadership In AI.' AirFnree.carrer
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cuwntvrs.Uplusux, )If ymi hare U.... .1 :
........_Un. tw.wn.m.s, bletclws< I and.has applied It from confidence men. .4 .' ,
.v If you want eUarer. litfhlef tAin to participation In 'civic affair bunco artists. cither type of /
1... uo-nrfllCA In DeSoto cminty, !Jhe past four gyps, and from fraudulent business I :''''' .

j ARCADIA ORUO I.year,nasponsbllty| and DevotUm Schaub practices.on. of the ,last candidates : '(
S a. DgsOTO AVI. to Duty. These qualifications to begin active cam-, ( ; DKlnson j

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1 { 'f"f'. ,. I need and want your help In this Governor's raoe. Having been born and raised. ;' :

,, saves livesperhaps in West Palm Beach, I believe my conservative philosophy is the same yours. i ii

,'"; zsucw erg.... n. isle.1i.+' d estclt t \:1:i? ..s<*;' You have children Boots and I have rive and I want your children and our children : i

(;:;, "out'"of .,p1CU. ua0 ..,- Ain w !Ours l /, to have the opportunity for a better education than we have had. I want them P
"s.uazov.r l'1JaCen. >> a The M one .. to have the benefits of Bible reading and prayer in our publio school 073 tern. Only :

.. way: through education and strong moral fiber can we insure future generations of a'
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l/atth. I am committed to lead the fight to reduce the costs License Tags .
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N11 or Da t1 N v 1 7o 1ov-t2 U.>... si -.1.-- eaa<<' .aJ.tfac. R..I Crdaa. ':- :; ,: and. government:; I feel I am I well prepared to serve-you as your Governor. ..-
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... t rOa DiSOTO COUNTY t N..w; rentnvc ..., lb.. felt. ...? ....
OSCAR a. SI..t..uw onu LUIS A. with Froianr Liquid framon m.
SlHtBLOW. Truar /\ .,. ..
.e. pre ..n_ "", wo k. flow the
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I ikm (10 in* K> iliMOlv ( I. 1 loot
.... ".Y'.Get P_.....ai,....._....
JuLIA GIVENS now known a* JULIE
SMMH and PYTHIAS SMITH hMriwtoand.
......ndant'a -
.. le,J1* CM.MO LADIES LEAGUEIn pace Gulf Naval and Austin .
,. TIC! Of SALE the Ladies Monday Night Coker 491. "Th Service. You Need

to Notlc a final to Hrby dcr*given ot forco hoof( .pursuant ur* n.w jowling League Western Auto 'l'-m Standings Won Lost When You Need I'"

c'", . tn* Circuit Court .t Dbat:
*-***. I will. tell., Ht* property County..ituwtwd bulCk. bOa Western Auto. Peace River Mov. 78 Va 4954 Arcadia Abstract &
... m O*.at,. County. ,,.rnn.. amJtlU tive Cross: bowled high game Johnson Grove Ser. 73 SS oIIla5; 5tOWfl,21. .

,,ia. South Vi of Let 4. Sloes' 102 and M e ( Lawrence: fainter Spreader 71 57 t*, Title Company, Inc.
1 I. LINCOLN PARK ADDITION TO jwleu hifcn serttts of 450. lot Tropical $;xL 69 59
.i i ., ar
<... tn* Public Itvcora* .f DvSotofutfttf ..ruiiru. tMsiiy cnrtst ale Ciivuunaii i CTC SdVs by to! too 7t1) 1pru.lOG4 =
..Odors. I. "larooo. cditi" : hmi games ot Gulf Naval *.>A 7J 'fMis
MM. M m
niQKrit ant
b...t -. tar Ccnh. at the wM it* and tier Braruian, Ita... LiarfielU's Shop 27 101 KOCH'S ARCADE\,
) wa .r !. In hcodto J,1"- a* i HOo: A.M. dPt tEPtJ t.V P COQNIZCQ ,, PO Box frUVA
'""" Ice. ,' 64. tie.'tiiiue won three y ,
pn1( 'r>> Jln.s frum Uulf Naval Store.N 4 .\ 8.6661
LESLIE E. AVANT GI May BorrowOn '.I T -$ Ttll SP .. ;
CNk of .I.. -'C..t Coca plus Cievu uu.. tryst otklt ij'
Ia", ALtoP4A ..N.......NGk.. y
buw. .. ...*0 K'llMI Ol I 111td
t-apWY ClarkLoom
(SEAL) series of 473. For Gulf Na. Life Policies
and Somul .al. Jamie Johnson bowled ?
4.40 Control A_.....
St. ............... r.. .t.dOA.tan.yo ..h game of 175 and series of St. Petersburg Special) uTf a ,ye .lT5,1
.... ..'"ht.. 1 1

.'. _________ ___April 30.-191. -Jvoch's Drug won three Veteran* 111.auuc holding pciiuanvut pobcies may GLii &

IN IN. CIRCUIT' COURT Of TMk ....... a.um.btuuama.a aetu.2ur bonow to 9-4% of their
_._ up _
tMltr.H "
>OU OAt. C.MCUiT, .
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AND VOft DtSOiO COUNT.,. ...,,"s Drug. btary Johnson policy cash surrender value to CONTRieUTION '
.' U.OS.IOA.. IN CHAMCK4VMO. .. .'"'.... n.... *;ui4>. ul *..., MJi ... wl financial emergencies M. ;. 4UTS'K SNDINO ,

lAST RIVER WWiNuj-IOJ2J BANK, .a ..aLa w < .l.,. /'ul' Muornnui T. Dixon of the f lorida department ;

Nwov iwnfiff>_... Cir.oralM f, ..u. G&.lny UM.O bow eu high/ of Veterans aU"airs.a.ud ; '1 $ J TGJH

Jl.. .U4 *<... UlMrt ..".."* Wi .ttf.tcui today. /
h.. ooh.w4endentt. : *d AJruj M.tu 'lurtwrwiity This action while reducing
-.a<.h \Vv>ii two ,K...ti.. the amount of protection does

,TO. : CRADY' ''OTlC'.T V. LEI PUBLICATION ji ...--"""' ... l>..... Vir.Lnu Ale leave the policy in force. On

K**..* Nu.V s .l.u4a Kuwieu$ hah. Haiti of the other hand if the policy is ALL TIED UP
MWy< tt._. Alabama > ...... ,.i.rs oi -...x.: our 'fur rendered for cash all protection

cnaVELLA .-. LEE. hi* w.f. nor Realty Linda Allen bowled under the I..urancecea A serious accident or

.......t. No 4 ._... w 1.N woo .w W LYan _. and cannot be renewedor tltn*.* could tie you .p
VIe Hood. Alob not finn<:a..U.. | as well a. phytfTillr. .
YOU. AND ACw fA YtjU A" s.nLS oi 43O, reinstated Dixon said. ,
HE.MwllFlfeO. that a Campion.to : !JSuw Natiooal Bank and Annual interest GI policy : Every: year onemillion
>> Fur_,- Mariaoo* on to. t....... on families' have hoa-
J fc-O o.,uiiMKt ..._ty. to-wit: .onng Auto did nut bowl i>s : I loans .Is charged at rib on p1tc1. In.1 medical espenseeesceedan

AND I41J..1I.....oc...."I s.r..>>f...UYAL COY HOW.Or- UM.UMTU' "" last Monday night. the unpaid baUnc*. If not paid.It on-ha 1 1 their
ARCADIA. octanjina to .tn* Plattubr.ot. uu wiU make up this event Is added to the loan principal in<:om*. Clna 1.11.1 nw ,
us r...w..... In Plat Book Malay| Medical Policy
a 5sauay. May t. and begins to draw Inter.
6. rau.* ei and *3A ot in* ...... helps l '
IK euro* ot LWMIO County. Next week's schedule Is a.. est. ].rJ p y expenses not
coy by bl !.
Florida.Ka hoop
_.... film. agaimt y_. and yo.Of .&....w.*.: Repayment on the principalon w a tilliktlort insurance,
roo>iird t.. MT.* a car or yut.AJMWM ariiard lluick vs Miss Ger- the loan may be paid In

Cumptulnt cr upon oIKcr tno plodma><.....,.ft.to$ (a a*. rude amounts of 5.00 or any multiple i
twrny. COU.:HOM ft CCHJUiHOT. M.i ttto National Bank vs.oxh's thereof and at any Urn
.4S,: rurtyMtt k>r*.r, MMWTN Mooch of
*MS. at..J til.* the ortumol An_ iptodina Drug before default In payment
In the ettic* ot th* C..... ..uruer Heaity vs Dorlng Auto premiums. See your Veteran "' ""' '. I '
or Circuit c.on or bet_. Officer for a .. 1. L: ;:.; 1I1.V '':I:._ ..-__._._ ..-. eland
Auto Arcadia Service : "
tn* End, .Joy" cf Jun. 1.*.. It Dos' esiern vs Drug County -- .
fad to do *... >uuomnt by .. e b:. token oa/amtt you tar ..>. Stores The above Citation was received this week by Mr. worked at Development of Indutary fur Chrysler
riMf <1i ianu.il m the complaint.. /al P. O. Box 1437 St. r.enbur.

o. ,.... net for ic* four Snot' conmcutiv e b:. publMTMd* _ancwk ...<. Team standings are as fol- and Sirs. T. II, Drown, Sr., proud parents of ThomasJr. Corporation. Ho was stationed. tor many years at tha

LiciriC AND OADkdCU at Arcatfea. .ows: RUPERTSMITH
florioo, 't"st.l'ttl day cf Ad". V4' j n>ard Buick 81 47 Rummage Sole White Plains I Proving Grounds..

r boto et County.Circuit Florida Court .urner>Soiu 1'01.Realty.,. Bank 74 73 51 54 SaturdayThe. Mr. Brown was born in ItaSoto County., with hi* He I I. now Director of Florida: Minslle. Operation, I

By: ALPHA ENT2MINGER women of the Pr* by- 11 a. D...t. Ave.

'a1SEAll._ _Deputy ClarktuuA .'CK.h estern'a Lrug Auto Maya 09 59 51154. teran Church will have a Hum- father and mother Mr. and Mm.. T. H. Drown Sr.. Missile Division! Chrysler. ,Capo K nnC't11. WA S.tJU WA f.H4lATMCASSMTT

Attorney. tar 6 Ptomtit COUHSHON. 'iloorman feed e4 62torlng mac Sal. Saturday May 2nd. members of pioneer families Ho wa reared" here! Mr. Drown .Is the wandaon of tho late Mr. And
.y: SUMNER H. SHAFMASTER Auto 04 00 Th sale will start at 9 a.m. :

.. 1 ot CounMl MUs! Gertrude 51 H '7dVfcUulf and wilt be held In the Masonic graduated from local 'schools. Ilollr. Military Academy 1\1.... Clark Drown Sr- and Mr.8..1'.Wefes' 205 I P aa soosnMfrea eerPSSra

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE Naval Stores 411fn 7HV.trcaUtj Temple on North Monroe Ave.. *, i iJEHElSiL Ssaaapta.r sr

., ;.: AND 1WILFTN fO* DtlOro JUDICIAL CONfY.CIRCUIT...oa.IN_ Uiu* 4UVa 07 Vi next door to Ute Presbyterian Georgia Tech an nn Architectural Engineer East: Oak St.. and tho taUf; jir.VeI1"+ls | .+, ., j'
School building
POSTER' FARMSNC.' Sunday .. ._ --'''- 1SlaB _' .. -- -- --- ...--
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0 f_. odD corporation. ""\ fStm .. .. .
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MERCHANTS LEAGUE Paid PlltUal Advertisement
r.f. P'It.Itp ..adanh Smith. X-Cel edged up on J

..nl.W LABO LIEN 'O.'C'OSUal Coca Cola: .Thursday night by.aking. '
,, C... N.. 1 744 3.1 them 41 '
'."' MOTMCC TO APPCAB r 4 f ....
.... I.-'.*.. 7 ......a...* end EARL' VINCENT .tug" Tom Anderson 'rolled a t ., .
w. _. Pt*MU4. boo and aU p rtl* claiming =In.tw dig>> 228 tn between a 1>MI> and i t.
i tnrvuon. wndvr or ":
ttmn; AI-J3 TO ALL PAftTlt crew.atwwP .Mt for a 9O4 aeries. Tom was '

:-In t t. a.4tolotra. :yw...::. D '.be only one'to make the "ac.: '" B1G

s..: C/a1nA .. the alley in the Merchants I VALUE1)
5WMo.ryatrt wt'. ;: f
...rf. of $.c..... 21; NWii of loop this week. Bob .lioulE '01-
I 51V.wN ..1Swy.4NLVS wed with SIS for "Coke. .

.:na, 4.4 PSWVey0, .1, ..
Ntb4. ..... Sl of SW y4 M I... series to lead X-Cel along

PLEASE hart 7a fARE Toww.p NOTICI'N Mori.*. ..lSe- *" uh bob. Palmer IZ$. I

, "-** boon had M the __. .typiamtif I Allen.s Radio .. TV 'WonJV'l : iWWPRICE1j.
C- on .t..cred '
t r.w :
: ***k t tarKtMur* *- over Channel Insurance : .
labor hon : : .bowv- d..cr..: Irank Nsuaro led with 2OI ,. "

J peas... puel.e, .rarera.e Ilan et booty riot.f r.t.rdad. wS J7O. Gorge.. was ,high lot .4 .. to $" .
nnrKta in Oft.... .cad a 0k 3dI Channel with 469.JkMMjXo .. 1
.1 .11 l. end __ ... ,
pose -
I .oroa t* ...* MU, 1ft --r Natanal won. .44 44 _. ,.,'1. 'I ,' ... outs w>t* fits clots ( the Whidden Co. with
>v r
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w .era. t .f VOTE
: an wed $ Veldon Willutrn. pacing the .
C_ ....r-- C2"It"-. i :
..am with 2O4S and UiUJees
1 i ..t. AnaaM. FtarMt*. *n *r b ror* t spas .it. '
t v* 7f day e Mav. A O. **. SOU. Dob II1c-: was t
f a -of", tM alE ee Wh with a. 2C- -$&$ lor Wkidjen. '
P.Snn 8
I S VllKfSS tto c.rwad Et ':; :j :
Not amt N <$let tANc '
by sus .ado.., d' Wk N0 JHlddleton aid o !
tya t,; -. of Apd. A. D. f.... Candy won ,
: )I LESLIE E. AVANT .points lawn Ulllett The Arcauiao.waytt ::r.. t: 1 ...' _.. -... ''''', raIM (
was high-lot
Ctork Circwt Court "
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I JI OS*.* County tloi >iALPMA A* Arcadian team, with MS. FLORIDA'S POWERFUL
Doputy... Ctor%INTZMINCCW tarry Laod rolled tu. Ray T PROTECT ..

: AprK JO. Aay 7-14-31.' .IN4 .tikins ZOS1 and rranXten a .
I MOT 1C I 01 INT1w1pwI 2O-5ZO for Mkldleton. -. .
I TO DrUCK' CoSFOSAVIONEPd. Sunbeam Bread and Arcadia .
..- w I.rsev trace' Nr
/ .4N S.4P. 60134. IWI _us. *unMiwr* PI/ni 2-*. bill'
t.M.a. .ech f :: .arkyn Sr. tired a big 320- 1'r r

I bed a. trod.M..'IS.ado =thMer.tp.orNr.:ref w JI5 xries' to .led both teams.Vayn Senator Holland has ..Jterv.d. your Unite Each of these committees has vast Importance ; I b baw f

f wa.4 .. .rte..of.. NYY. 000woorp..w > &>nborn was l high) for States Senator sine' 1946.! The influence: ant! to the vrowth of FlorMa. In areas such .

II-- t., .kn **... with SOL the power of an individual' Senator are determined a. harbors, flood! control, highways. space Jr

I -"-u. .0'.NO__-_01 of.tO saw fWwoeof ftajn Standing Wan LostJora by the seniority he ha attain' **!. taclUt./ .... cattle" citrus, atrrkulturc. P .IT. r 1

ardM eaoo.ra .. S. 4a 40. 77.I Cola S4 4jmith During the year he hat attained seniority! fore.t.. and' defense base*. Florida he*.a.. his' j,
....- -- - X-C.I U.494tddleton ;
.r SsN.w eoe..u. ranked twelfth amonjr 67 Democratic meinowrrful 'influence on these eommlttre* 1

F eof ...... w_...-.n_I. -.. .UMOS JtadJo Candy 7 73.V.| 5 SJ.*, tars of the Senate. This seniority place* him hU commltte' assignments are a valuable! asset a .

. 00400 w t0. h.w Ut ..Mttal..w H HChannel on three committee vital to the? prosperity to event Florida CltUen. f yl i iI.
. --. .... 4 Ins ptla.rr n Sea Ins. U C7ArceUa
Your vole In tIM comlnir' Demoeratte primary
.1d1 arra.w hpwf Mwalr. CS tDeSota of Florida:
J =Not- -=-h.."roe.at w ate trt.Hn.w P+ M. HaL Bank u 70Th Member of the powerful Senate ApproprlavtlotM will keep him !In this strong .position. tnrrv 1.r4 I.I.I

. --_... vrSw -.. Whiddets Co. S4 7Ure Committee .e Florida In a way that will benefit us all ?e fs4

. M s.c.. cod eG4I U.0 .t0 C--aa.a MS.A. -.beeIIt .U 44 04ArcaxUan Member of tIM Agricultural{ and Forestry a\a well as the best, Interests of our great. t
of 40d.. .tO S0.. red countryVo* for sml return our Senior. Item
a P..a..r..10w M M twig ........ 40 S4 mmittee. *>
. b'E -'e X404Meao Member of 1M Aeronautical and Spar afar Speward 1* lloilaml./ to the. United ...-.' I

Cotomitt States Senate, Tuesday >fay 6th. -
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f LA to4i Turar lls*Itjr was >21S > ...w

' t LArN v.f:.....c..: .1HC. AACAOIA ............. r* drr ta a ugMDalaa E LE CT .- M6@II, TA.211R

NOILl., WOIITM (VCI ACAOiAA all eel. tray Marts. Wt- t f i. /1i1!;; ;;: .

bu.S'MyeTa NLOetOA CAO A"i ... led UM Palmar. Lora .

r G4vfLW INT. .. "lit Ae447s with G.ora. FaJstaady .rs" ,. .t. '
+ M w -- 1.w rI ttW woo : ) r ELECTRIC QUALITY
<* M _c. b04 albatw. err air nI&UIC with. S07.. J o-
t 2| w tti JT>: A.t.e..t"" a1. .JItdII Lt.uled, Tuna ;
d 0.S.w : y
w plod.w.0 a ..sae.tn. .. ..c..1t7'.1Ia 244-STZ. Tout Aa
.'. *.* .sew* .r.r.e T a.a .leres. :361-1X,, Art t*441g. .E N A T O ,1L8 f: REFRIGERATORf

r1e.n. M.S.w.tWu.. .J..to \J ........... A XC4 IIUdcne CMffiaY> f
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--_..c.-. an f... .. a- ..*s> Honk t4 Tlropfcr CmLe ..
S,. a Fwd to rrtM : a 4-4)) sw.... ever KtrflehTsJhap. J .. .1 -
T.M.ro.. Ewe z :: _d' I TAA1 I
Bato Ikarf a 2I4-14I ae*. .. ) UEEYEI d CHILL !
1 I" of 110TCotII r
..... e* CUtt Brae**** ad 117., : f
****** Orlbeet, DwMrry 143 aN ,' VOTE "
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"..-. of __ ....., 0....... >ta1142. eau b bJ'ktther I LOW PRICE

A..-x l* Oar a.ua .- Ua4..v. tied u.WWt Cott ......r- rI r

with fee 11.ef.Ef.. a.Jdws HOLLANDL 1 1
: rwec- SPESSARD L I g9f TfcLat lf>
J Grew aipd i."fC"'Y v sjTsWW \
pow. Meelag 34, And? Get $219 '5
lOW ...... Teri--14.. FhMI xuteE. ..." e.-.c. rt1Wtr .
ALL I VII. OH JIUI",. ... "...... 00AMTts.w .. (P0Nleee .............. Pair "., e y ....... C.-Sj; Cawis' .s r $ faw/. I [I DW Odrut C.arN .

31N- I...., lewd. a $14tasty r $0..H ....... T,......, ;;("
A3irr/ttatsn .aged a $14er IT . I

ONE'OiLy p-. *btaV. ltay. Aws mffmjumBueuKK/BJ/ XX *. I

Oils *3-lz a.10 Goer ry 114. aWJFfasBssmaV' aaaaaaaUs. ? F FMsTasBBBBBBBBss ..
....., Cell JC_ rJ r Sj W.

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AT s+Id Jef3 .... 4se. JanaMeet0 : LOOCS. WAJ=12$1r 1

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Published 'Furry'. Thurtday1;: I DIAL WA 8-8501 TO PLACE CLASSIFIED AD6A

THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida, Thursday, April 30, 1964
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Classified: 5 cents: : per word. Minimum chare $1.00.
b h. NoTiCES THE CMICUIT cowar or THE
Display Advertising In classified section $1.20 per FOR SALE -FOR MOTHER'S Good used planes' IN YWILfTM"AND FOK JUDICIAL DISOTO CIRCUIT COUNTY. ACHESPAINSTake sum

column Inch. Minimum size accepted: on.* Inch. DAY Biff beautiful summer Will trade on new fu..nltur.or PLOSIDAN' CHAMCIMVOCSOTO "
1 Poinseita plants in cans at 303: hew piano ARCADIAMUSICFURNITURE ,
cash with. order unless Advertiser I COURT 0; THE A Florida corporo
7 i All classified: So. Mills Avenue. STORK. IM THE CIRCUIT PYoint.ftlULipFAUST Take : tablets when you J
: has established account with The Arcadian. 31-p TWELFTH JUDICIAL IN.. "AND''CIRCUIT FO* OFFLOVIOA v. want relief from I AdjustableRazor
DfJOTO COUNT minor aches and pains and b>
Deadline for Classified Ad, Wednesday 9-00: a-m. I WANTED Coins any kino IN CMAMCOYCOM No... IOJ4OCLAUDE MOHTCA rOKICLOSURICe stiffness often associated d"j

48 words FOR SALE Lords Prayer on Cold old battles/ stamps : A. CARL TON.PlalntH. Me. 10.741NOTICE Arthritis. Rheumatism. Yaw turn dial
ciaasLtittd set in eight point type. Average / .. TO APP *.: 'Is, Lumbago Backache and I from l to 9 '
'I Cent 50 Cents. Old postcards post cards 50 cents a 100. JohnW. .
inch. r fO JULIA FAUST and all parti* for the an
I per 11.SO. M 100..Lincoln cents.: All Millington Coin Stamt LftACIC, *t ol/,, totmma Inrerett' A'b:: rrtraugb. under Painful Muscular: aches. 1..oae'' act attina 1
cents extra if replies w )1I De'.' ogamt rter; ALL. PARTIESkm.n.q these discomforts or our that mate.
I Box number charge 29 .Jates John W. MJJllngton Coin Shop Ellenton lorida. N .nc. OF SUIT .. to hove any rianf, title or j ** your
be mailed 50 cents. S< Stamp Shop Ellenton Florida. 30-31-32.- IN THE' NAM OF: THE STATE Of ,
I f llM.I0ATO DeSofo' Coumy f"al property to-w t I I ers. beard Blua Blade
classified rates. '! 30-31-32-c( IUC SUCK Jolrwd hue Lot 3 and 4. *.oet l 17, 'LINCOLM: Arcadia' 6 S. D.l ot.
I Card of Thanks charged at BUY'-- bead; EMMEt' S .rxc'r.r atoo PAR 1C. I Drugs .9Yst'i
J JI WANTED; TO Sir at known o, S. S. BLACK; LOUISA o* per recorded plot.
I 1 ron SALE 1958 Chevrolet ,Acreage from 10 to 10O acre KLOtPft a. widow; WILLIAM. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE Mot a wit.
for I MATTER and JCNNIE/ : N. MAT.Ttn. has bun filed. m tr>* obey styled A
pick-up, yes ton truck. Call homeslte and general farm hi* wife: MAMGAftETHESCHLANOW. / Court 'm wrcH the abov narr*d
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT. WA 80081. in<*<. Compute information and If married Herpom ,Ia",'," eek Ht. forclour. o* a
*, and If the/ laid defendant _t ... above
FOR SALE 31.c Writ file '/111. The Arcadian 010' tnem or* dead, jerry iOWwm -.parr.cordd.d .
I FOR RENT --! Small upstairs 31-4 ALL UNKNOWN parti'** having n tria public. ::c-r: of De Solo County. ....
or clowning' to hav* any riant Florida in Official Record Book
apartment. Private entrance. USED AUTO t.,... inter**!, **tot.. .I..., claime 2d at pap. 279, and you or* "HarefcvreourwKl

FOR SALE 1.2 and 3 bed. Adults only I 402 North ,Orange erators. starters PARTS, tires-, tubes C n- I WANTED Good used high 080.01 d.mond,them by or throu0h.ony .t. undo.a them.., uit with to the file clerk your of amwer aid Court in laid and ; -. : ;4 W
.. room trailers. $3095: and up. Avenue. 30-p engines transmissions. Save on chair. Call WA 8-8311 after o.e**hetn, a.dgn.u., dwte..rem..s.,cnor*. creditor. I.oo.t. plaintiff wry/ a copy or it'.of attorney.laid __ChesterfieldHoy *n laid ,:
I New. Many good used to choose auto parts. Also used cars and 9pm. tru tee* or other claimant, andALL *, 211.: w..t Oak Srrevt Arcadia.
from. Best otter for your trade- I UNKNOWN/: porfte. havingclaiming Florida, on or barer .... IJtH day
: trucks. BOND :30-tfc
FOR RENT Now available. USED AUTO : or protndmg to how of Allay. A. D. 1964 or In* pb.MHYsc.npla.nt BEFORE travel
t in. Barkleys Mobile Homes.Highway PARTS. 1 mil South of Arcadla any nant. titl Int_..'. **,.t.. will b* toluM a* canfmj you F>
Down demand
Vacant apartments. lion claim or in and to .
17 N. Phone PJl 2- by! --
; town. Summer rates. Air conditioned. on UJ5.. 17. Phone WA tno property hereinafter _,...*
Fla. I Hap WANTEDWANTED WiTNESS.'d and tool of sold' *
Wauchula: ed. for free
32'U. : 8-4381. Court by Its undcmanod. Clerk thM. write you
DeSoto 2O1 *
r 29-tfc epartmentI 30tfcFOR t11ck J.. ,.'.; .. Ypu aid .ach Of .you .ro MMbynot.fwd I3r> day. e1 April./ A U I o4HSLie .
W. Oak St. not Suit In chanc.rv hw t. AVANT
a t Woman to work ::rntlr.-'in" 'the. by above the entitled oboe.. .nomad Court D.SoIO Clerk" Circuit County Court FlorIdoBy TRAVEL

silver FOR RENT rurnlshed'or BALI Used da Rang.* with Honey and Bees. WriteA. aoalntt' you to .stabb.h, quiet ..Mc.nf.m ALPHA ENTZMINGER
FOR SALE Peace ,
Shores Waterfront.- C. B. S. unfurnished duplex. Redecorated : ,,,In Good CondIUon., DeSoto Ferkia In care of The Evan- the fallowing" plaint' described f f* 'titla land In and,In De-to (SEAL D. C. -

Home Furnished. Large Jot Close In. Water furnished. Oas Company.; ,Phone WAlnut geline Hotel Arcadia, Fla. Sol... County; Florida. fo wit:. April 16 I 23. 30. May 7. l.*4 GUIDE f!
All af Section 6. Township 39 _
Trees. Extra lot. Priced down. Call WA 8-8735. Inquire. 801 8-4301. 03-tfe I 28293031pHfcLJ' Sooth, Mono 29 teat. save and .. .. FICTITIOUS
N. Monroe. ear:apt the sly of th* t'/4 NOTICE UNDII
F. Budd. lllllcrest Terrace, Rt. 3o-t42.33p: -*uf. HAMS LAW \ Trove the Congress_0)" ;
j 1. Box ,488-H Punta Gorda. Fla. FOR SALE Brand new 10 WANTED- man, You and each O.ro are P.r.bvneh.d Notice I* Hrby. Given that Itwundoriond 'with this Travel Guide.

293031rpCLASSIIID : FOR RENT: A real clean calibre 19 shot,Army style willing to work and wantingto wwer. to and the plaintiffs. :Bill, f II af.. Comptoinf :"your: business a*. a d*.portenriip irino to ongoe* in Just the Ie .. carry .If* '
automatic rifle. ,$77.77. Tins learn a trade must ,be Ib ooairwf you in the above fictltiou. name of .. : the glove
furnished 2 bed. .J'OU pocket or ,
completely .
\ :with tna Clerk afnei at 44 South "
DISPLAY room house. Also a 1 bedroom I ley's Feed Store. S. Orange it and in good physical condition. CU.<.uit Court of DeSofa County. OeSoto Avenue Arcadia. FUwtdo. in. compartment of your' cor. :
W. Magnolia Street. WA 9- Apply to Mr. douse, mechan ''lor Ida, an tn* tltn day of May **nd to regwter the laid nom with loeatloht o
house. Call WA 87801.
l 1964. and to **rva a copy of your tCNrk of tno Circuit Court: of Gives rates, -
I UeM4 .IIa" IN ............, Slifo 9201.. 23tfr leal superintendent The Area onwr upon Leitnw a. Le.tner, p. O. DeSoto County Florida facilities of better etats' motor ho.... coast to coast, .ti
So* 34V, Arcadia. 'forlda./ plaintiff l\l Carolina= Kl.tlar C'Aprr.o '-
w.e..lr.al H.o.. N.-.dS.s.CHACLOTTIJEA dlan. < : Jtforner*. In default of whwK: tn; / Corn* AuMell 1 Inspected and approved.: by Congress Motor Hotels.Members i
c--t FOR RENT Newly decorateed FOR SALE Spots before matter* afreaed m sod complaint 23, JO. May 7, 14. 21. |fo4 Motor Hotels offer fre >
( ) MANNING furnished I WANTED Correspondent; for or* t* be token a* ..d by you of Congress *
3 -
... room apartment your eyes on your new car. .
oexree Cards.CONGRESS
AJ **taI. era conenteMd' epos..Itau reservation service.' We honor Credit .
B. iLLia. t*. for rent Adtilts Only. i bet: remove them with Blue/ the Nocatee area. Apply TJ. and the plaintiH allowed la proceed i
.-.a.Core..a $25.00 per month. Phone WA Lustre.! Rent electric shampoo Arcadan. port, we,,.T
PfPH.. P a WITNtSS my hand and the official/
""""' ..J' .tr4" 9-1201. *r 100. Arcadia Musts 30-c .eat I of saM. Court trt* otrt day of HOTELS
I SI-p Furniture Store. Apnt ISEAL' "**. ol >, edoi. ftortdo. MOTOR !
OPEN1NO For two
....: (2) men or women to service 1674 w
menU Private bath. Couples Fuller Brush. customers in av ALPHA tNTZMINGf 5-A Miami Debch 39 Florida
only. 1 blocks from downtown. DeSoto County Florida. Dealers D.C. PAGE -
April 9-I4-J3-30. I I'o4 1
All utilities famished. $5O per ....TRAcroe Tian now making 900 and better =
-e. D-.** .
),y 5 Acre Tracts month. Phone WA ....185 6r ....... ....... firs p s.. M .---1-1 every week ror particulars LOST
WA B-2331. 24-tfc M*. 11w. write P. O. Box 700, Sarasotaor CLAUimo DISPLAY CLASSIFIED DISPLAY CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
3 Mil. W.t of Aresdla Just ley. lortrfTAMDARD Phone 9241422. LOST Bright carpet colors:

Off .R 70. Low Price ef MM ton ".NT-TWO "h'r'.4" .. OIL COMPANY. ( 31-tfc restore them with Duo
Acre with mail down houses) 'near the Baptist 11 MIL, AMMSIOMCLASllfllD -. i
pep Church In MocaU*. Plow a $ I.Let.. NEEDED AT ONCE Full or Lustre. Rent electric shampooer )
91 OO. Arcadia MusicFurnitureStore. FOR
payment excellent terms of phone WA 8-1880. 'U.tle part time man or woman to .
Balance. serve Watkins customers In
FOR RENT Furnished apart DISPLAY Arcadia. Good Income. No In. 31-c :

Turner Co. ment. 202 N. Manatee Ave. vestment. Set ;your own hours.
Realty .,
Mrs. Clyde Carroll. NEEDSSEE i
I IliJ Writ. G R. Ruble Dept. A-4. SERVICES
IS N. Brevard Ave. otw n -., lwn Newt. eatW.II P. O. Box 2447. Memphis _
WA 03401 ..., .
M.-5 Culflv faaOUNM Tenn. C AUl/1l0 BlirtATIXMNT .
liJ ....... ...... I Jfeasonabto' rent. Located cor: : I

j, CLASSIFIED DISPLAY r. 'of Ilernando and Hickory. II a.. IQVtPMIMY. .>...COL.Mf ....,... MAN WANTED: ="T-ft;;; .i. AMO' PAPeR PAINT NANOINO INOr South Florida Motor'Co: :

St.11I Stathls WA 8-7881. and operate a retail Watkins ,* pvofeMwnal. arad* work, fuel
I 39410 houUf |'DhI.. ...... Would sop :'C."K.-aaymand ka-

JOHN PARKER : io;R!T--Uur'::: ;'.';.4 NOTICE old.consider: ) Earnings lady 40 of. to,tH.OOptr flO,.years II .Iron..**',Of n.. or Mr w.*soil d*11''*hap J-A403". Rt.mural I.Ie or Waur5r and f"- DEALERS IN AMES, ABC ALUMINUM andF.

n* ... far --...
REALTOR house .Phone. ,WA 9-1892.
i week from the very beg4nwlng M. C. SURE RAIN and LOCK JOINT
28-tfa NOTICE:: I will not be responsible : :. 23tfCCLASSIFltD .
1 rfOMKD DROVES for any debts) made. For personal Interview.in,your
RANCHK FOR RENT-Pupnlsfredfnent. .rt. by snjrone' other than myself. horn. write M r. jMcOartty. .

Cerner three) rooms and bath. .Jsnie W. Calne*. I P.O. Box.821..W11l1stewj Florida i4--- MSF-LAY and .
De' Inqulr. 202 S. lUllsboro. 3149-30-33 v 33999. : Irrigation Pipe
( last baW and North *'. e9.10.31a I
I Arut''li ffi, WA .. 41ClASSIrltD _._--- .
I '. ..,.. Sprinkler SystemWE
asPLAY .... S> DOT* rieM >*a4Wlrkta
....\ ,CARD or THANK!; dur sod Sar.>e*
heartfelt thanks to all who Ptesldsnllal, \ CemmerclalCentaet

INTkRE TED IN extended comforting sympathy ] ALSO HANDLE

and help In our recent sorrow rr i.I>>fb ) ... Ary LI..HOU'. EleeteklanI..Mp
TRADING for the beautiful' .service floral .mm .......
..... Morse Peerless and
offerings and other kindnesses Fairbanks
Equity I In TewFt Pr.NMyPor NEEpEDM
we are deeply grateful!, ,
melt) Acreage .P Other
c s '
The family of Pastor CLASSItttD DttPXAY'
Pre t.ertr. Contact W. W ;larks

\ BOB 'HK.tAeasolata J..p 1 Men: arc presently! being recruited to fill IRWIN Gardner Denver Pumps

J< U HollJng.worth CARD Or T1IANK3 I wishto positions as Psychiatric aides, at G. Pierce HORSE a4 STOCK ANDInternational

\1 thank my many friends for TRAILERS
t Realtor. their prayers. Cards and letters Wood Memorial Hospital l, Arcadia. Applyin New and UsedPlnswelnt

I a W. MsanellaCLAlSIFltD WA $6011R during tny recent Illness and ) and Leasing
while I was M Gainesville ondergoruj -I person to the Personnel Director, Carl- available' we t. 3. ."..... Harvester

surgery You will always luiPfje Inventory to .Fteoefretti
D4SPLAV --. have a warm place In mytieert. strom Division, 8,00; A. M. to 4:00: P. M., at all tlmswALLISON

I I Power Units '
Elmer 1 EL ''Dlahop Monday Through Friday. STABLES

LotokJivT ng orra. Dome ,. 31-c ...,. Read M2Wlrttee
\ th _.Everything i Haven FUrMa' '
\ "- Florida
CARD Or THANKS We ...CLASSIFIED_ D4SP1AV ".O. Boa XIS1 r. V. South Motor Co.
1 are i Jutt the rlht place wish to epre our deep and r.Ft.i>. CVpreea ...a"e ,

for ou. Beautiful 3 bedroom. sincere appreciation 'to our kind Attep 7 aw m.M .
horie With 40 acres of cleared friends In Arcadia 'and the aur JOHNSON'S TREE SERVICE CYpress *- .. 221 West. Oak Street ARCADIA Phone WA 8-2101
and. Cross f.newl'tlarrt. -
rounding area who ..tenddlo 10.hp. "

Well' Water Troughs. Itlgh- ua their klndo.... theirwatd4'of Yr b mossed Removed "Ft dfng ,_
wad frontage. County read *.ft + .aiLearKi-DtWU.----
I sympathy the lovely. .i-
frontage. Close to town. Boll Tr.. Trimmed Tree _
I floral offerings, end the benevolent Surgery Cobeling
tops) foecitrus..
hospitality shown u. Firewood
LBEE ue AT ONCII during out visit to Arcadia for
t Ucensed and Inured"

Jarrett Hamilton the Who Interment and Mother.of our Mrs.beloved Her tie ALL WORK GUARANTEED WANTED
J Realtor "'. Itaneack.Oreetfully.. ( .

!* t.::f>A' ...... WA easfA"t4 Serving Central Florida
**** Lefrk Hancock ..ndFam1t7 Route 1. ttox SOS Arcadia. Phone WA -4242
JtAM" .9W. ..nY .New TIME PA Mearr> PLAN FRSEKBurke's >ESTU4AT&I t -

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r yw t ....: c1A1/MM1 MSPLAY .a 1. .w*, a i .

VLYlpa EAQLSAOa0.B 81'10 ep. .N alt ete*. edd e.l*.e..

''J Gro yr....Ali'" mochas,. 4 INDIAN.HKAD, CtNT. 1O-s ..... ... LiestRTY1flt NICKELS.
less .' .cg.ix -
H.iO 1Jk Jtt.4jU\.to.. : t 1tM "!&1b to acne of 1.- T teD LINCOLN CENTS iMd 2OJ,1.j
.., .. rt .. r
Unproved pasture. Ir ked a quick tor.. Tree ServiceTree 1.*.._ 1..00 :' ttl0s uoe... wv..DB..: -_ 7-oo,..e0 ..I. _.s ,- -_ -__ _-_ tSUPTALO -. ...

1 90ACRB3 with, kreve lad' tfri'tftt.l pastel. SutncUmt.. 1548..8 .7S e0' 110.a, tJX if.. 8h. .D NICKELS
t.na toe a l lOd :acre grove.. time! down payment. *tefma I 1541. ...... .0 '.11.. a .... .. 1C1S. 114 _>H. m.tmt *+*- L,. ..
itex C/N ..,_ LZ. cc 1114-D as.AO JIPFR80N" NICKELS
1S.4.itrr.....a8 .._.. .7. .. e t118.0. n.s .7$ ..
:A'rd8 r r ,... .. lass .ae ?-
I! tat Lted on country\ roaoC $13Ai 6 p-r acre. Removing, Trimming and De-Mossing ,...-.P.$ -__ _-_ .... .D ,...... a,... a... .a. ..1 ,.,.-.. 89.D ..... ..
10 ACRE, grove. 3 years eX4 $tjbOA-M I br. acre wrhH Arms, '....70 1 FJIO ** t.*e-o e.a1 .. 100.D ._. ,aAe..
2 BBDBOOM Iracne home well located. ow Urge comer' let.Oaou Spraying to Remove Moss../Stumps Removed 17171 .. 000 .* "teas..* I'LOe' .. M8MCURV DIME

>l 4rly. furnished Prlt+J o *\ 110504.avCsHOAOOU IMO --f. ., 41 ells.00 :e ....D.OI... ...w40.1M40.1 r.I M 01f "15D 4s.- .p

CBS hor _atH.t A >**tso l Of AHadU. by Machinery. tte4t .7S we se..e errs 1ts. WAMTCO: mU.It Sw WASHIMOTON QUARTER

Ownef IdVfnioWa.. 5*. 'Thla One. u. Wi.a 1h.. M .81 ..* e..4. 1h.... e..4. 1oe.ty .... ...... it116.O. u s 600 h

BZ3HIOOM ,...... com<4vtety forfLMwd wHMa wiUUsutHstaoM
2 >
'( of Church. School and Shopping c...... Priced All Work Gtleihttl ::: -.
AU"J. w. S( n.COINS = :::
f...., Quick sale...t' t4.s.oe. -

JOHN' PARKER R4rrhir. d.- r: '..

M. MIL PARK 111'.t, 1M'$. 11.1 .{.... ... ...A_-4391 ; L_ ..... ..... ......* M.tt.oil' ..HI ef ---... '.... -... .... C*.e Pot Off'tae

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ayf; ,' r'iI' : :(t l >" '. : r< ._ I --operate -normafly so long as
Polling Plaetis .
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:' Obituaries 1r ;r;_y4 Workers Set :',: .I, ?The Farm FrontReactions !6I-WIf! she.- 1

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| WALTER W. WALKER MRS. SADIE STONEBRAKER MRS. BEULAH L. McLEOD *' to President John-s market News quotes the Keystone rust grovos from the latest .I 7".
Foi -----S-
\ineral MAPES May Primary son's recent farm message' to State's secretary of inter. heavy freese. Included arc
service held held
were Funeral services were Congress generally were about not affairs to the effect that a ARTHRITIS-RHEUMATISM
April 24 at the Robarts-Grady Funeral services were held April; 25 from the Trinity Polling places: and officialsfor a. expected." new labeling regulation implemented Marion ailehrlst. Lake Vo- :a ,

Chapel tor Walter William Monday. April 27 at St. Ed. Methodist Church for Mrs.Eetlulah the May S Democratic and X noted however he apparent late last year. Is Iuia. Ilk and Orange coun """*' '''u.u"Ir.M$tiC( make a!
Walker. 803 East Magnolia munds Episcopal Church for Louise McLeod of Republican primary elections: took the produce Industry gaining acceptance. It require ties. ". r.'MfftII'"flT any befKn :
Mrs. Maude Stonebraker Maps Nocatee, who died at Arcadia In DeSoto county have been by surt rise. with his request for net weight of a package tn be IlevKIm" Mr Rurk: r rfl: . Avenue, who died Memorial .
at who died April 25 at VV-alter General Hospital Thursday announced as follows: potat.. legislation Some observers protninenty displayed on a la are Arlen Jumpir Weirsdatpresident. .. .. 1 00 M'AN BACK tabfcts or 5ONBACK
Hospital.! Avon Park. April Heed General Hospital in April :.3. Rev. P. M. BoyJ, Rev. CLICKS AND IMSMCTO .ODIMOCNATIC u, Washington think be bel.! Hen Jlrlt'Lu."II. Ocnln powder'l ve ** Jiwctf -
22. Rev. W L. Mazut and Rev. George Harper and Rev. Raymond AND alPWSHCANrttlMAKIIS vice president. RoMer Parker It. f yut& do not get belief rttttrn theanaaal
Washington D. C. at the age of OCSOTO COUNTY may Kit it-an opportunity for prohibited are the use of and purehaee. price '
N. )i. Waters L. officiated. MAY f. Isaa AND MAY s., I MPKICIMCT Marlon County assistant agricultural pert your
officiated. 01 Father JJ M. Massie of Hayes devices minimise certain Information -
N.. I awl MMd.v producers to work under an to will t he rcfun.ttj, Sunbuf k Coaipany.Salisbury. ;
Mr. retired ficiated. Mrs. McLeod lived all her Maw Darer, T. M. Cleo.. aluminum : agent, is secretary.
Walker a Seven acreage allotment plan, with no such as shiny .N. C.
J Day Adventist minister, was Mrs. Mapes was born in Ite an Tampa and DoSoloCounty. Mae Mrs.. Walt O1.r1y! tlertw.onMrs -ll l price support. It they approveit lettering on a foil background Peach growers interested In .1
Louisville. Ga.. Feb. 11, 1903 Sne was born April w..b. I OMi..HrniciNCT in a referendum. poor color contrast, or joining the new asnelatlon arereq.tt"d
born in DeSoto County andh14 the daughter of the late Jacob Itf, l n U and was a member of Mrs ANne C Summer M*. a -.!!..0-CMk. Chances are viewed as good printing on shiny cellophane.Also to contact Mr. llurke, i

been a. resident here all Iranklin and Sadie Maude ttttmmoie heights Heihodist I. .H.MorM LNNMr. A Pe..rr.Mrs that Congress will vote new prohibited are such SIS. Clermont. Shrinks IletMrrh i HIs ?
his !) fe. Interment wa in Col' (Guskins. ) Stonebraker. She Church: in Tampa. <> 0.c__.... programs for wheat, cotton and terms as "jumbo half quart"to
legqdale. Term., Kenemer Brothers accompanied her parents to Survivor were her children raiciHCT N.. s *.*. levelMrs. sugarbut NOT for milk. Expected designate a pint, and "full I noted In one of the, fund. Without rgery Z
r"aftM G. Mivotl." Ctatk '
Funeral Home In charge. Arcadia when she was eighteen Je4ty Mclieod. W. H. McLeod.It. Mrs rule M. Wifliam, also is approval of the half pound' to designate 8 trade publications rrrrntly reports "
Survivors are his wife Mrs. .<<: months of age. <<. j *cl Hazel Atnanda Walker of Arcadia Mrs. Mapes. widow of the and Vvarrtnt McLeod. all of M*. 4 CWvMr NaN futures trading in commodities The Pennsylvania' regulations of-1 he-ordinary features: *
J. McLeod of W C_" An electronic device 'which .r th.first time..|*_ban r..ct N
Dr. M. Matt Pvmiu ,
his *
children Donald Tampa
; late .
.l Col. Paul W. Mapes. made Mrs"" Mattw JrtoMon use of "excess"' land and based on a model' packaging a..w hoalln. .lubilaa with Ito. s* ...
Walker of Macon; Mrs. VirginiaS her home in Arcadia in 1931 JacKMuwute; Mrs 1. t:. Williams > M,*.. Maud* A CfawfardMrv ; Incises d distribution of food regulation developed ,by the emits high frequency sound .......1.. ab.l.lp .. .5Ma5. C a.rN
S Dudley Chattsworth. Ga.; Mrs, when Col. Mapes retired from of Oklahoma City. Mrs. Maw. 1-' L Dob.rrlNi.Af in a stepped up school lunch National I Conference? on waves to rid a building of rats. ...I". an4 t* nit... pain-wUfc_*
Edna Summerom of Dalton the United States Army. She II. D. Kice. Tampa 1\11\ ,.. u+ivhwtier \ w.a ... .-....... Clerk. program and continuation of Weights and Measures. It also Is claimed to affect baUand ..,aup. I* seas .'"..r artnal sae.,rad.-while.

Ga. and .six. grandchildren; was a member of the St. Ed- \ ot 'AumtM., ....i Mis.K. *'".lrv Drrkc Moomi. tJuk.. .S.IN.t shipments abroad In the food- e ., ., pigeons but not humans. !.nOy:. '.ralWvtnr ar<'iik*,)*)"*'took:: plow! MM
A Jr. ol Arcau .,...... ,... Gourmet" fund" for the > _roralU w Ire w th .-
brothers Ealy Walker. Ft. Ogden munds Episcopal Church. C.; Welles. i. Mat" rV tvkvPSICIMCT for-poace One of our newest Agricultural amaln* *f alt
Cullen and 27 ana Id Nw S w*.. .. ....... program.In pampered pet t. in this case cats .egb. ta. ....#feN"madS.....l8hl...
Walker grandchildren
Winter Survivors include two daugh Av.IMM ..C......d) the doubtful column because Organliations, charteredlast .!.!.....<. lik.-PtU k.*. .........
lIav ntJi-. Otis Walker, Chat- teas: Dr. Carolyn Jean Mar great grandchildren; one bio- Maywarrf L. NwhSMV Cl.*fc they" are highly' controversial November is the FloridaPeach included are tuna chowder.chicken S. a .robtoml". Tile _r.t a.) a a.wkallsg -.
S worth, Ga.; and three sisters. tin of Richmond Va.. and Mrs. tsar Bill: torignt of Ft. Myers; Lillian WillMimtorina are the president's requests Growers Association part with liver and asbsleas (OMDrso-dlr) .

Mrs. Taylor Daughtrey. Noca- Lorna Mapes Dishong of four asters Mrs. Frank Dan- Nd..d.II Cop an4 for new legislation to Inc.. with headquarters ..tOcal. straight chicken part ......rr".t..f.T.a...w..lfawaa..l.eta_..new rsarek.".... t
I tee Mrs. Hugh Williams. Ft. Gainesville Florida; two sisters 1 iels. Ft.. Myers, Mrs. D. L.Hammell. give cooperative a big boost .. Presently' Its membership A floor mat to prevent pilfering able'1C ..pPoit .p ... ........ 1- .
Myers and Mrs. Otis Field of Mrs. Susie Stonebraker' Ft. Myers.' Mrs. Louise Gee Agnes: .. B-W ,,_In CtaHlw and to authorize a broad Investigation numbers 58. some with from m cash register eaU' ,............... !f0. A. aU line
Ft. Meode. Barley. Ft. Myers and Mrs. WS.v Mwd.q.or.MW.w Placed on the floor In front .
Harding of Arcadia and Mrs. t.. _. of food chains and fairly large acreage. According
Honorary pallbearers were Letty Stonebraker Nethery of Lou Poet New York City. 0..... 1._ SaM*, Altamar* their influence' on the domestic to Ed Burke of Clermont. of the register the machine

Carroll Daughtrey. Fay Daugh Belle Mina, Ala.; one brother, Pallbearers were her six PCICINCZ. N.a M' '"'Clerk**. treasurer. there are probably ----.-------. ----.----- .. .
Maw riattt Sew M CWiyr economy. -- -------- -- ---"--
trey. M. A. Hollmgswojth. Gene George Thomas Stonebraker of sons. Robarts-Grady Funeral Mew Da..l* C. Setra zoo additional growers In the .

Garner Tom Paver Ed Altirlt Arcadia, and two grandchildren Home was In charge of ar ,C.Mr*A.. Mary III......Ladd Grocery" shoppers In Pennsylvania Central Florida area who are Paid Political. AtI".rU..n'
f>n? Ct.rl Morrow. Fred Sharron and John David rangements.C. Mr*. fhaatHttH V. Trawkk'IAMwOM( ) stores are going to findit eligible for membership.He .
Tlfnberrnan and Floyd Duns- Dishong. Jr.Interment. tCIHCT .Ma. T-!.>.... ... ...... estimates some 80,000
Mrs. Iku. ........ Clark easier" to make price comparisons Return R. Cline Hayman
Cora b. Roberts-Grady Funeral was In Oak Ridge Mr*. LM a. 11I san_ between packages) of peach trees have been planted .
Home was In charge of ar Cemetery with Van Petten and L. EASTERLINO Maw L.'...o..w.Pe-ow.. similar foods. to date In counties whichsuffered

rangements. Son Funeral Home in chargeof Crawford LeGette "-Bob" Mr* w_.. IVtlltam* (IA"..... A recent' report In' Super material loss In clt-. f AsSuper'bor
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Easterling died Sunday; March Carl S.odM w. ClarkMr 4 ofRegistration ,
Pallbearers were from the 29, in a nursing home an Plant Mss*. SeAeA Owe a.Knew Poor Paid! Political.. Av.rtls.msnt w
immediate and Include
1 family C M Cua ,
David Dishong. George Stone- City. Interment was in Oak- Mary rtlfCIMCT N*. ....... sly .
lawn Cemetery In Plant City M .
braker. Reed Harding. Jr', : ACroa.n. ClarlMr
with Haynes funeral Home in f Cam,,r 1I.!I. Nep..eibl.1. ''
' th tt ls7itw'J r Sherman Harding. Thomas Mrs. Awna I. *ud* 'Ifill. t
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charge.Mr. Car L aaatrion*
l't Gasklns and Jerrold Gasklns. T ........... .
t Easterling was 81 years SICIMCT Ma. 'Clerkav. II VOTE FORE. the duties ef this .".l.. ... 1'

/ old.and until about five year Mr*. : .;
ronlfP. ++ and visit.
tI,I had heaita.11s *. r+ i reperly sash Nw'tI
enjoyed good
KIMBALL Mar Mvrtl C 0.1.11
was a, very industriousman r*.CIMCT N, le ..* Y..*.. CaatarMr r r 0' personally Hew :, i'.t
1"._... yew
U dark Clerk
1 Funeral services held and always worked in his 5 .a
were Mr Cowshow tic I
1i April 17 for Mrs. Annie Edwards flowers until the time he became :UI:.. :t.wbvPt: :: O camMI. war, y.ur keel .Interest N

i Kimball S2 N. Hills- confined to his bed. Faxni* 'SrICINCT .nnMils. ..,
{ borough who died Thursday He lived in Plant City all of Qua M." c.I"tel. are f.ua..t In my mine. _
.......ttlattrOWQIr ; ::: ;'.011. T. (KAT) McLEOD
t April 18 at a local hospital. his life except for about fit Mrhs:- M.tw'.0 N.it... CMkMr ado; and | premise. te serve
Mrs. Kimball was born la teen years when he lived in _... M.Vow._.a.Mr s..ow rlS
1 England Jan. II, 187S and has Arcadia. They came here because Mat e e&A .- T. Wklddo 'ANwwst.' 1( you te the. boss ef a+y a
been a resident of DeSoto his first wife was a sister Ma. II e.M..d County. Commissioner .
; County for the past SO years. of the late Mrs. A. B. WillIford. vrlnbrrtt iv kCoios ability. I
I Want' te sand a gift that'll She was a member of the They bought the home NNoos MiCa .N ,
I ee lenfl remembered I Trinity Methodist Church. She on Paint St.. now owned by Ado.N '- '" 1st District r ,

had no survivor Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Trawick. = AT M" .rth. (C"--te ) Return,.R .Cline Hayman : ;.

Services were at the Robavta- When Mrs. Wlllltord died, they -- C. W............ CM'S" Veteran of World War II .N "
Crady Chapel with the Rev. moved into her home on East WINK May L.Tr W M. ..IvMa..rwr Ira To A Full Tins, As Supervisor of Registration. : I' i

Raymond Hayes officiating. Interment Magnolia lived there for a N .... l.. U, S. Marino
ran. was in Oak Ridge couple of years, and then sold .lp.. ,. Meata.:: (Aieaa M.. H. Will Greatffully Appreciate Your Vote and : a
Cemetery. the home to Dr Carey,Carlton> paicecv s.. -..::.- (C.t..N) Your Vole and Support Wilt Do Sincorofy

Pallbearers were A. C. Polk. Jr.. and ,,returned"to" Plant City. Wr:: t1R L.. WNI--. Clerk. Support on MAY 5th. !
Jr. F. F Rhode. Fred Core. 'continued: to own the Oaks ,,,I. lid laadCo. .ww Appreciated ..
Paul Kemp. ,Charlie"Dirr' and, Apartment building for several ...,. T.owyP t .
Frank Sou thw.U. Robarts- years, and as his ,health ,, ..C.NCT .... U (WIMIh) Paid P.P .y a.. T. <<
} Grady Funeral Home was IB' failed, turned lose, all of his 1M... ..-. KN ..:td. tM. -- --------.--------..- --- --- --... --- --- --- .--- ..- .-- ----.. .--.----
I charge of arrangements. DeSoto County holdings.He Midas. Maw DoMwMe ,...... Paid IMtltlcat! Adr.rtli.rntmt 'f

1 is survived by his widow W.-- .. .
---- Mrs. Lucy Batchelor Easferting. : :::;a.. L w.ASr.nAD..N.t/ '

of Plant City and ::;L CM'Sv
ewes a host of friends here v), wwbP.a.k '
SALE PRICED jrho will mourne his death s NS.w.Se. ONLY ONE CANDIDATE HAS 1
... L C..a1 .A.-. ,
r. OMCT H*. 14 .- ,.. ..... 9 :
Ww "" ---. Clerk e
r ..... Car.I "PMrst.Mrs. TAKEN A STRONG STAND ON
"" Aloe. P sos.Myww
MOTHER'S ... .. I

REMOVEWARTS .... is c- .....

: Mrs. ""-" .. ": P .. Y' : 5 VITAL ISSUES J
CU.. e".WCI. IN_........ (
w: --- I. A.we gAN.r.... ,
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Mew Mali' Cube D.nwart CJ-CI i
M,.: t. a S.NNIM

'As surto g Coeaj.o.. Dteeelve* ,..,.,. ,C Wens..A 'j. aI
5P1ECE"SET OF VERSATILEH'Samsonite I Ce-_ ante Away .s. il.r.r.t. [. !I
_With..'Gutting or Darning l ,, CAIf-' SCOTT KELLY S i
Doctor worn picking or acratcnInff -
at waste may PI** >.'!....liax.tpreadinc .
i Now mn.*.imf ComMwml -
ww pMavtrai** Into* warta.dtr .
.y*tn ir CHM.actoaBy BBflltawarta Arcadia StreetIrrtprdVcmenfs .

( MONARCH bwmlfi.away.; ,..1.1 wttheart_. cutUac celorl.or** !- i i )
Coo.pr>m>rl w. ...ed ea dteerted.
.. warts Ni.Iy'.
Furniture osaasnn >>
;Folding .nJ..r* ,. ...... sw u.ly SCATS : ,
R.getap frD Vol... ,1' r .

m Nay Iriud N Oalrja rw. ""l Oit t tby 'bit tf e .....-ran<*

I -- .tl-Mt Nvlag' plegranl set downy CIVI L RIGHTS I Scott: ICdt oppom Kf. t>Sf. "wJth every Dbr. of hit Ufng. ScoHi Kelft __

I the City o( Aleatfia !. ksWayne ,
w sea.nolhlh.d..ee.rdiag. .. )Ii i studs ot florMo's symbol ogotmt 'this' 'docn' bl..,. Tow vot. for Scott Kelfy : //1

I. MOVF! I -....... Saabora City AdMtnas.Kecesrtry fa pw w y of showg' iov Ole 01101". this bW I Nr e

1S'j'1W' I I "' 1Iw.esuiplsWd.... Bootla. fsrker pevlaejert PRAYER !NASCHOOISfScyfian/wnfcfo; i .y rylMiHlInM. power, ft1 Cow

I i I. renwe*eerl Oat and and...'HUfeory.....A...streots*. tw; 1.. y I .i.....,.to..Jig. proYtr. ./ '...*odAg! bock1'to our pvbfte school' t Youriiahs'Mi e !

atlelpltr I'' aMrvn. aspect .MM bled. e4 JScort totty wW shoat ,that you/ want/ tfl. W. bock (In our public '

.- ..-. resMv W.rk is b.r .- school
: .41 completed OM Low UoH. i j
pS .-t W......... ........ JUIM- r r

..mrwgh. and MUll an. week is.re'M'Mow AUTO-TRUCK G COSTS! Scott *", w. *. GPg6tollxeh.voIfG"' ;
.,........ a... ,
a 'eae rent UM coanetery' te the | "wo4r ogolAtt this! bvrtf nn0 tax food.. a load wnk' #v "hurts .tfi. p opl wto>> \

a .rWS.. T1w rod wlU be teat voli for SCott JC. the candlot
own sad' wldew diWinfred con afford Ir leotf. Your /*. i rif> ..to ,VOW

t tI tb ppalinf flft, lrICV.olet wf( | /now you wont |tits tax (AC7to*.1f.p.oMdI l I *
are.t will M pew *?
I 4. ** al. Mcwk ..* JsK.rs .

eT05N.N ..... ew Cyt..o .... HOMESTEAD* EXEMPTION 1 Scott K.lfy., V.C9 any end 08 l*"Morton"
,,ttraavy. west MsjaU. street
1f etwee. Stale Moetf. TOJke led I"I 'ittrmcn beau; Deiorv''lint, o1 jov"rnor, wfwcn w Qfnj Chort 0O' !the .noivMiwod. :

rvcvnUy ...... ........ Per' .x+intf'ttOa.' Your vote foe Scott KtHy w9l tsar7t05 wont' thoGROCERYMEDICINE N.fnist.ad. t ::
a./ ..ea.rea wttt be ........
.wbal d .tlr be. ".asd' oat f,1 art Jaw to ?toy..k k i'I' :

.ar-1 ........ slates 1. give r-RN

I _...... aba. M....... TAXI! 4 !
iG.1or -- .A bS. hold .... sr.iaif. ..we'pint Scott K.lft .tit VETO any

: Gill...GhatforyourovaHoaal ..CU M.rTI. tJH bs Irw ......... ..liesbe'tr ih '*.L I "- <** all Jiy%Mo.;iKkli: jC0M'p4if. latei lex on. (r tdlcJn. or orocrl.... :
M ar4d. .... .. .
IW aee.w ,
: BUY NOW and 8/tVBI .-Jr...MIIa1aIa *"
t .,hlru.A...., .-...& ......,.... A e..riMae.l Yew vet*for Scoff KMI/wiltraven" deaf yot+cIo not t w.et ofMyorriucfito4lSOOTT t 1 1I
*. Save. *TaWaTftn*rtaNrer b..r.Aj iy ..... .blasts .ban lama Ia...u. !
+'. $2a SMlfWS a CHAa U .4. De,., .....,.ck.9It., alt eltybasiisd r 1 '
0 i )Ilaslstal0 >"* ; n ACiISM r.rG.ci .... b 11M Lally ... -- rSTsii =
I pOsw11b....efsa 1-'a ....lJ"aa...... pga ...... M baallf .. b.r f.apd.aw.r .
or.-a .. / web 1M begxaralL..w '.
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blglrs l'
1 DeN wID" be bead .. -
t .. !ilgelanao0 I ......,.h--.. cite area-s. r.......... .,. i KEUY hft 1 ..." """-X':.. .
sari y... IMu. ..-... led" .r :: .
Arcadia MIllie F-mliW. SUr* .... .... ... Mena.. A Sasso' I
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blesses MAafMd. oW be Sad wiMM ..
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\ G : 444, : ChildjITrqining\Schools Take: -- If' .. .
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I W. T"'h Final Coun4 ...'.",. ,.\ve ; r Care Of More 'Than 1,000* ";STRICTLY: : BUSINESSDon't ." t.teF.att..

Marianna (Special) The Boy at Marlanna, with a ,
(Continued from page 1-A) I watched them play mighty game Florida Division of Child crowded capacity of BOO. the
Trainng School* was caring for population
on March: 31 stoodat
f ouch. Orange Brevard Volu- Those men of skill and might 1486 chldren on March 31. This 809. Fifty-four boys were t t ,/ 89Qi

r ala. Levy Dixie' Bay and Es- With eyes lit up as though a flame figure was revealed by ArthurG. admitted during March and 95 t Qtrt ,

cambia counties: while Kynes I I. Had fired them for the fight Dozier director from a released.
Leon Du- summary of the population The Florida School for Boysat
favored In Marion ,
with ponderous strength
a And strength was matched statistics of the four training' Okeechobee: now in its fifth l
val, Flagler. Baker and Columbia. And skill was matched with skill schoolf.: The schools: have space year with a crowded: capacityof dy / t
/ In view of the large per for 1450 children in trouble. 4 CO. 411 In
And in the.world of sports, you'd say reported boy
I4 cent of undecided vqters In There are waiting lists for all residence March 31. That
j out to y '
"Each man was kllP
Pi ibis race and the closeness: of four schools with 294 youngsters school admitted 23 an. discharged -

''the Vote among'tbo_ who did : T;saw"> hjim; down to the count of waiting for ..admittance '33 during the Ila-ch
''indicate, ", a choice It. itttiff ICuU 'one At the Florida School' f q> 'period.

I 'ito form art. opinion' as-- to. who )h The Florida School for Girlsat
nwlAttorney' Gen To the count of two then'three
I ,will be the Ocala with a crowded: capacity
4 J 'era'. s And jut when you'd think the Service Officer 01 123: had a population

i 1 1 I'' Of the sW. Democratic Can- f' ; game was won of 134 on this date after t1Li
::1 didlaUa. ton., Governor three -He'was again-and free To ConventionDeSoto admitting 12 new girls'' and
"WEST 'ae .virtually eliminated: before c 'u i 4 ,
County Veterans Service discharging: 14 during the
t ri the voutrs go to the polls.iMaJiews. iir And the fight went on-as. the Office' In the courthouse .. With a crowded capacity i

: 'Krl I" and. lllfth are great crowd cheered w.ll probably be closed: several of 123 at the Florida -
i West Selected '01"1'8"th.= vote ut itunorttykiwup For their choice in the mighty I days next week It was School for. Girls at Forest Hid. 4 1M'e
; only and are giv_.n buta announced: yesterday. 129 were reported 'in residence.
!, fcltust of a chaitcw: o>C being bout Bert Close DeSoto County Twenty girls were admitted.
Outstanding. In the runoff. It is apparentthat Dut'twas not until the final count Vct ran'a County Service' Officer and 13 discharged: from Forest

C.A.P. CadetFrank Mayor Hayuon' 'lUI'l&a of That a man was really out. plans to be In Winter' 1I11L J
Jacksoiiville is ait this point Park where he will attend the
definitely' the leading candidate The foe and he floored his convention
West was rough man : and school: -
(Skipper) was of ,,
with Sen. Scots Kelly
of Instruction for all service' .- ,
named Outstanding' : Cadet enlrenched' Insecond And; you'd think the game was done : -- -
I.ait.iarulftrmly officers.: A number of representatives ...
from the Compo"U.Squadron'
But time time he again
place. Bud pickinson: was up from the Veterans Administration

Sunday of, the April Civil 28 Air at' Patrol the has, a subslanclal for lead' over but When his chance you'd thing was none will be among the Permit Anything ::

Group 14, Civil Air Patrol Jask Mathews third to And he fought right on Till he'd won the game ipcakers and 'Instructors at the ?
".......r. io iw iuetug ground school. HEALTH]:
Headquarters at the Sara sot a b.j a And proved In the fearsome bout : '
II J Kelly whose campaign The assistant. service officer
Airport.'Other Cadet from Venice., gone Into high gear In the, hut& That it's not until the final count Mrs. Judy Wert%. .la expected LccPYou From Voting

Sarasota and Bradenton receive three weeks. An utiusual fact. -Je) That a man is.really out. .. : I it to be available foremergencies L 2"OP.l"C n
that Dickinson hsa been the .. -(
and be
ed the honor. Each win' may contacted .t'
J' ner received same a check to defray big collector of contributions: And then I sat and mused awhile .. l thriugh the office of I Unfortunately too many persons l"i1..to ap-
with Kelly' and Burns followr predate the privilege of voting for the
their two week encampment at life's fitful .'" ':": the county commissoners.Homecoming: ... ... men'1and ,
'lug In that order A look at, Upon race A * ..... .. .., women govern our state
Elgin A.F.B, and at the end y ".t seal "' -!toci awl U.. -
the counties show that Hunts We l lone a skirmish now and then A j"r? ,_..* ......c.. AMwrUiMM.HOMZi county and city. .
of the Encampment, will re .
t ceive 'Certificate' of Proficiency .Is running, St. Johns first In Flagler Duval, Nassau Puf> When battling (face to face _'" .... DANGEROUS: Voting f la a rare privilege. but the privi- ;

that' Witt entitle the holder Clay, Bradford Baker With foes more cunning than ourselves 4 Set PLACE lege also carries a responsibility and this'
!t for a 'college -scholarship.. The nom and Alachua and .Is fearsome bout responsibility should be exercised at every i
r.. Columbia' Who wage a ,
Florida Wing of the Civil Air At Mt. EphraimThe There Is no place like 'home' opportunity.
4 Patroljhaa. announced Ita 118.Summ..r second: In Dade. Browardi: ; Palm ButWs'not until the'final count for acctdculs. Despite increasing
i ; '. .. Annual Homecoming: automobile and air travel the Wont you please as a responsible citizen-
Encampment: program Beach HlUsborough and That a man is really out r;. services' of Mt. Ephraim Baptist mod dangerous place to be i I. at plan to vote on Slay 5. and encourage your"
The). oft.ce'. of the Deputy for ellas. Kelly continue tq, draw. Church In Owens wlU be home. Every year 28.00O per, do -
neighbor to likewise. '
I' Cadets of the Florida Wing announced tremendous support from Wet Many a'man has battled long \,\., observed next Sunday, May 3. sons lose their. live in home ac .:.'.
Florida and also f..omhe thirteen cidents. This .ie almost onethirdof t. '
here' today that the ''fIt. e
and .klll'I :
wtth'a foe of strength ;' ; Former pastors, member all accidental drains. :0

'summer largest Civil program I Air' Patrol would Cadet!begin Polk. counties lie .Is also that apparently surround And heard the hisses of the throng .':. and friends are cordially: invited A large proportion of fatal' ac Almost as Important a*voting Is for a good elfin ;

first In Marlon, Who for the "kill" : to attend. cident at home result from to live within his I income, his debts ...
Pre- cheering
on..June.! ,,14 at Tyndall A"'B. running were The Reverend W. A. Oillett. fall. Thty are responsible for pay promptly...
near Panama City Florida.' vard and Orange. Kelly. was Out the game's not I lost tho a man be downADd church: : pastor will deliver the hall of the home accident A and have something' saved for( the 'inevitable "rainy*

nfajat'WIUI.m, I / R.:8a1*. CAP first. second or third ;V1O, every. it seems he's lost the bout morning message.A recent survey indicated that 87 day". :';
Cadets, announced county.Dickinson. per cent of 'fatal' fall in the First Federal In Arcadia' Is unable to get you to
Deputy, for good has arranged .
support ae.mto) For Jt'. not until the final count program home involved 65 yearsof .
that 1.'Ooo'.cliCYt.-. : 'senior" of- and a Basket Dinner age or over. Many. fall the polls on election' day but It can be very help"" ;.
,,11cm. were xpected to, attend. : be. coming mostly 'trop 'thelower That a man is really out will be served at the noon stairs and doors, by trippingover occuron ful If you are Inclined to help yourself by opening '
the- largest encampment .pro' Indian RIver District "" ', hour. loose object or item I left a Savings Account: where the dividend' rate 1* high.,.
f gram' In the history of.. CAP. In with Palm 'B.aclr'La. and Indian -Robert L. Dyrd Come and bring a Basket where they do not belong.':>> Fall and where each account is insured up to '10.000.00b
any 'jot the 82: Wings, coveringall River Counties Itned. ustronslyi .. ..' or" and enjoy good preaching: good alo occur among those under 65 )' the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation '
+ behind, 'him. !, year* of age usually a* a resultof
f' '' a permanent of the United States
\5O'statY'Pu.rto.Wcv and music and a Day of good Fel- agency
climbing arounj house inside
Wld % the a
..o ly S ;" votersIhdleajsnt'rid -1fo" .r'
government. .
the-iP1ltrISt'ot'Cotumbla.Atotart .
I'' ; .? or. outside while painting,
!'rt1 et.nces: we
>> five ..parate.twolwa.u i i making repairs, housecleaainu C e .
encampments. have been''ar: IIncS., ,\ e Tt6UQw1h4.< be quite or in play.

ranged at Tyhdall for a :icontlnutd -, slgnlflrsnlJBurn Undefeated. BrantFey's There is a lot of do-it-yourself t( Individual. fire and burglar proef. Safe Deposit. Sexes .

period from 14 'Junethrough ....._...___ '31. Council ToSfcudy added houieholC to the repairing number and. this: lia* are available at First Federal' a* 'few eeet ef U.M t ,
of' homeaeeMeatU
3S. August Each enfeampment Kelly, .....:... ........,......_" ,JO% In fact. many indu per year. Ask ene ef the friendly staff at Flrwt-y '
will have a&O'cwdets DlckJnson- ..._..P* ....... 19% GymnatoriumBids tries' are becoiUMisi more concerned Federal t* chew them te )f.... '1- T
t atftt't' approximately IS eenlor -job h -o '
.f officersThe; .encampment pro' High .M.._....-*....? s% League Received Jury than the CMi-the-iob: infurv.
t "r a..,aUowa the CAi'cid.tt. to .k rl I ... _.-........... ...'" Th I in second leading. cause of
.. 1l/u.t:# : ;.how. the Air) Force, t'-- i 'P "Tl e...' 'Bids ort< construction: *f 'the death the home I Is tike. with -C.rF.J..rst
Hvt and ,receives 'Its training; high: has only a slim .lead iii More than 100 pent.* were ''led' the pitching de*aif7 city-county: Negro gymnator- live more in than the S.IXX home foiling'from their this.l

;' nTbe' Civil Air Patrol is the Dade County and the. apparentsupport on' hand Friday'' night at the Sum were received Monday cause. With the arrival ol cooler. It
Pete Bain' did
1 .ifdttl-AMailory. !atvsth.rU.8., .of the Negros,through, '' the pitchngfor night by the Arcadia City weather: all heating equipment
Softball field to a : :
se :
A*:.Z'oreetuodriYtwqtnaior(< out the state. W. da nut;tai CTC and John Daughtrey Council and will be openedand should. be carefully.; checked for Federal
i that
prefer' am* he'. fcadet ,PC( yon that; thjs will be- enough to, display at action appearsto caught. CTC had two fats, two assessed at the next regular > possible '. 'wblcl* has aa,;Uta*gpal:the-unoUVaJkMV make ''him even a> dark horse be'? ,the\ trend for this sea. runs and two error*. meeting It was reported Another leading cans of .
'j ,' ( *:*!r .tb'f:Ulr nlnded trnndld:, ; .W' f -. : here this week. home death children' especially, among Savings AndAssociation: loan '"
i i.
; yoVBt\ tit Araerlca.'tnd' 'tn.ar.... .Our' prsdiclion la that the son.In Here are the standing a* Submitting sealed bids were: all young fatal accidental poisoning.aonin.Of. s I
Jots* pr< rift -"YhNft *.a*>eipo VIbtlttyrv. two candidate*.who" ,.,tU'be In ,, the tint 'game actionUrantiay's they are after the Tuesday Dan D. Cooper. RoweMltchellConstruction (fowr-fifth of them occur po .in the*

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.Vice Disaster. *.r'a. w.lI'asftearrh' don Burn* and Senator Scott score of 10 to 3. J. C. White 3. lost O. for 1.000, Johnson Ilerzog. II. I.. Burke,' H.. B. Over lour million Americanaare
lout' Rescue- dttrnl... for'' Kelly .i pitched forBranlJey'a/ andWeaver won 2. lost 1 I. .858%, I game flut led fe. Kennedy Construction injured each year In home Of DeSoto County ,- '
11\....".. aircraft and."Pn.n. .. Ilippa and Shiver behind.. Boring' 'won I. lost 1. Company. Demetree Com accident moat Safety, like charity 'I.
fat definitely should begin
.- e a local CAP'unit}meetaacrCMondtynlghl. pitched Corral. 600%. I IH games behind, CTC. pan)'. and Harry' Boothe. None a-... ARCADIA FLORIDA .
for the
, 7;00, p4n,. won O. lost 2. .000%, 3Va' game are local contractor .
'.../'lb.' ,Youth Center, and any Johnson' Grove got S runs behind. Corral, won 0. lost 2. The next regular meeting of .

t s ,bur pr<*..ta.I".re.ttd: In. becoming -. Post Office' off 5 hits to ,beat,, CentralTlanaform.r' .000% SH game behind. the council will be Monday, ---
, ._' pert of the Arcadia May 4. at City Hall. 'J
..n'he second -- -- 4
? to attend.
I : .. fame ,.rlda'crc had S run
:.. t {\Continued from '.pea* I-A) off 4 hits !fete' Bain handled I WHY PAT MORE:

t "'. f :I:. JThe postmaster'emphaaUed; \ < the ,pitching for CTC while Regular .

: t''.. ... that ,.no essential major' ,service Tommy Ceea blazed the trail
Marriage''License SOTOA a '
I ,.. \ ", are' affected under the fur' Johnsoi.-.. Low OE 1 : BUY ONE
- orders. There will be no changeIn
: 'f' home delivery er specUldelivery Tuesday. night action pitted Prices! .. Theatre
Marriage -'licensee, wens U- for example ..rlegula Boring> Auto against Johru D'.. '
sued last week from the alike buelneee- mall deliveries wW CusjUs McCaU. pitching& for ii
of Count'Judge Oordon I lay continue, aa usual. Letter and Boring gave up' live hits and DESOTO COUNTY'S OWN 1K3
the following:- will be
to. Other first class mall Dees .ye' three
Tommy .
V, Marl Reid Jlo.... IX of ,
ft. handled with the am priority hits. Johnson's had fuur rune
Arc41.'kbd Sandra Kay dew.U a* ever. and one error. Dot lag had two TALENT SHOWON
/" 21..el..* of. ArcadU. economy.step, Mr..John nips sod one.error.
i' Ir01tnt' W;; Davie 20. en1 son explained. I I. In line with MajtuCcwtoi

Linda Mae*Carter', I'. both ofAreadlc President Johnson's' programs' In.,Ike second ,game Brant- 'STAGE EVERY
'*u>d'William' Mae AuVtry. under.. which the recent Federal a.,.'. came out on top again
.' Ill, a. of Tampa; and VIn.I Income. {tax cut was pro with five runs)..on>> IS hits and ,
.. Idma """"Ion., It.; of Areai. -' vided.. two error J. C. White band. aASl R' ROOF i BARN MED IHTOrO LATEX ,
d'i''. .rri." 7:..., .'.- -.0. MONDAYJIIGHT! FAINT WALL PAINT T :

.** '_ ..ewer ...w : tar=ra..w
-.1 Pis One Hour Of Local Enter- .w.aa pe
s WAPG .a.a -warn w sow .r.--
.r..s. tainment. New And Different Show 1 .. .
.,;.,. '. Every .==-- .vas .
Week. .. ... : asseearn
:::: 1 W

1411 N ''Y" s... Na Advance In Prices !Ii : =-asossi.as == ,. .... ...

Y Talent Show To Begin Immediately After, ---- --- --

\\t" ., ee..t Ma.t M..r.;.:: ttreataq ; i DOOR PRIZES 1 EACH WEEK **M terfOXU- FREE S 4" 2r lnnnr rgAl. FlEE s,.. 3W t1VStY tW. FIEECMC

;p reAM 6415 SJLL Mrl.


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D. H. S. Future Farmers: Host District ContestDeSoto

High' chapter of the
Future Farmers of America

. will play tract to District Six EDITORIALThe THE'ARCADIAN, Arcadia Florida Thursday, April :30, 1964 1-D
contest on Friday, May 1. AU
sub-district winners In the various -
contests are eligible to DIIS student council Is working with the adminis-

compete in the district meet. tration and sponsoring a pledge that they hope most
Winners of the'' district contest students will sign and then live up to it. 0 The Bulldog's Bark

In Arcadia will be eU.blefor The pledge states: "Out of respect for myself and

competition in Dayton for my school and with compete sincerity I voluntarilymake
Beach the second week In the following pledge:

June. I will not lie, cheat. nor steal nor will I help anyone
DeSoto chapter's sweetheart else to do so."
Miss Helen Bretton. now subdistrict -
will This pledge was presented to the student council ata
swetheart. compete : -
,, against five other sub- recent meeting and they were asked to Jl ior-S..ier .
district sweetheart winners on decide if they wanted to sponsor It.

riday. There was much discussion and some

District Six of\he' FF A, one controversy over the pledge. The reason Events Open f.. ?

of the largest n the state In was that student council members did not

eludes county and local chapters want to handle this matter lightly. For ea

j extending throughout from South Polk County Florida signing this pledge would be a very serious Spring Socials t } ,

to the north to the southern step. And they didn't want anyone to signit : ,-

most county of Monroe\ and then not live up to it. Last Thursday evening at 7 .! ties Ni7

During the day on May 1. Many "council members felt something pm.. In the high school cafeteria
the sub-district parliamentary needs be done to to the
to attempt stop t the junior class openedthe ; T
proceedure teams will compete .1b.. cheating lying and stealing that are set .
spring social season at De
will the sub-district
forth in this pledge. .
Soto High School with the
tractor winners driving.In public speaking The council voted and the vote was in favor of sponsoring Junior-senior buffet supper .' -
In the evening besides the the pledge. Over two hundred juniors, seniors eh
sweetheart contest the various The pledge will be presented and explained to the student faculty member, si u d
.. .... ,
I.>A chapters will present their body at a special) assembly in the near future. We county' school 1 board members sue yt .;..;

string bands harmonica players want all students to understand that if they sign his gathered- to partake of a but- ''';

and quartets. oath they will keep it themselves. It will not be turned fet supper of ham turkey potato Y + it 5 + .1'4vit" < hap M
The evening.. contests are open salad, green beans hot ek ap ,

to the public and tickets are in.This is an important step :In our lives. When we go off food rolls, and tea or coffee.the The
was prepared by mo-
on sale and may be purchased to college we will be using an honor system similar to them of junior class members

through Vocal members Music of the FFAor this pledge. Each and every one of u* must decide for and the mothers kept the buffet .

William Fletcher.Department.Mr. DIIS himself! whether he will sign it or not. Hut I urge you to table generously supplied \s :

vocational agriculture teacher, think this over carefully and don't sign it unless you with delicious fod and served tSw e

will direct the operations of Intend to live by it. Lew liassler gallons of leed tea and coffee :
Carrying out the theme? of
the district contest. l
b 1
Voodoo Venture, the supper
C Exchange Column guests received: attractive. pro-

.h.ruitt booklets and a shrunken ,
Conner head aa lavor.HsynHMMt .w. E
SpeakerFor JOEL. CORLEY an example that I think Illustrates Christ, presidentof 1'UOM 1 TUO1MCAL l'AItU1SI---The: junior and era. and a caacatllnir waterfall. Entertainment: *ii>-

BEWARE Beware of this clearly. The question the Junior class, extended senior classes encountered l a V MXOU Ventura which senior and guests H* they arrived at the trymcrammplietl

Annual platitudinous ponderosity. Possess given la: "Which of these the welcome and Joe W..... transported. them into a tropical paradise for a few by the aophomore class greeted the junlof.

a clarified conciseness, a Is named after an emperor- ron. president of the sealer bourn Friday nlifht. The scenery WM a tropical et- seniors and guests a* they arrived at the jryru .1

compact comprehensibleness a The answers supplied are class, responded and thankedthe ting complete with green foliage, Interwoven flow naalum. r
: these: Junior das for the supper
concatentated cogency :
F.F.A. coalescent: a :
Banquet. Eschew conglomerations a. a piano concerto aiMl the prom to follow the
b. a string quartet
next night
J Je June
of flatulent garrulity
e. a woodwind quintet Junior who, aaslstetl
Tonight DeSoto'a chapter of sponsors -
and asinine affection
the Future Farmers of America babblement*. Beduously avoid poly- The moderately superior student with the bf>Qut" were.. Mr. Romona Rails Selected
unhesitatingly. picks the
W. W.
Conks Mrs. Wanlf d '
together with their fathers syllabic profundity pompous
first answer However th e i
Miss Gall
Dyers. Marsha Janes;
and other special guests, win prolixity psittaceous vacuity ; ., favoriteGift I II
superior student, or one quite
and Miss airtrla MlUiean.
at the Memorial Cafetorlum and
gather verbosity
ventriloquist interested .In music U in a :::
for the annual FFA vanilbquent>> vapltlty. Shun FROM IS TROPICAL. .fI.:
because he know

:Banquet.: Mr. Doyle Conner Commissioner double-entendres.: and pestiferous prurient profanity Jocosity string dilemma that there quartet.I Ia also As a an result emperor, he In tropcal PARADISE setting eompMtiwltt 'Miss Poise' In ShowRomona I IL c.t "' ....JI' r r: d'j I .

of Agriculture for the obscurant or aparent. and .. __ '"
knows to -
two answers a problem green foliage, oterwovensowers r
State of Florida will be the above all don't vas ''big that will only take one and a cascading water Falls, a freshmen at charm ichoot rnod"d"tlothe.. j
guest speaker. words! DeSoto County High School selected ham KUlyna, on StArmamTs .
answer H* Is then put Into I.U. the high school gymntas* Certificates For "
During the program' of the This little paragraph. Intended the title of -Mis Iwlss"lh.faChlun Circle
.. the position of having to geese, lum .nofcloagvr mllal -Se t.., .won i
banquet. whtcfc-begtas afiTvJO' : to ataL you tongua-Ued and, what. was in the 'mind ''.. the ,JusUomsand .. *...*.*..>tl v r). aia.w. tllptaxink 4.ten I 4 JiMge for the runtevt, which Bowling Equipment, BOWL.LAND '
pun* award will be presented, also convey a very meaningful writer of the test. Either the to the outstanding FFA mem- printed in LJUa ,
menace was examiner Ia I an Ignoramus or 'Venture which transportedthem Rail together with other DIIS on Beach, were threeommllte
ber and to the state winning the CENTRALIAN. the newspaper students participating 'In the rn* nbi' of the Miss
he U trying to be malicious i to a tropical. paradise' for WA 5.411Perfect /
dairy team. The chapter green- of Central High School Whichever conclusion the student s i few hours.Ent.rtalnment. Florid .**.*.... -p-
hand award will be made and North Dakota. From the ten chosen by
Grand Forks top
draws, he Is not likely to supplied by
two adults will be made honorary Also In the CENTRAUAN 5- 1 the judge from the 3O model For
and for the
be relaxed confident: I I sophomore class. greetedIn
members of FFA. this article of great Importance UackUt second
Hetty won
was His Her
th etest remainder of the test. A 1 juniors and senior and or
Miss Helen Bretton. a u b ) to all high ,school place and Debbie Scott won
that engender these !. The
moi i guests aa they arrl Summer Recreation
district. sweetheart will enterlain. seniors.IS third place. Other" members of.
lions in student cannot Yama.Susan
a possibly i tophomor trio NancV .
The state president of TRUE ABILITY TESTED the top ten were Kay Nell. $ Zlg-
give a true picture of his 1 Fsrsbe. .. ,and ..1.7no- I
PTA and Florida's Senator Incredible it may seem let Handy '..noet.. Ann fet .
knowledge i iI iler. two number."AStranger
Spessard Holland have been Invited but graduation Is truly only a sang. eher Kathy Converse Connie _.
know the example given In J'ra4"n cI .j.jr -- --
to the banquet. few' months away. For those |Mewl Nancy TreaUwell. and
probably seem overdrawn and Moon niver". A dancing a*..
Members of the Future Homemakers Senior who plan to attend ....... BarfleM.
typical on first glance but 11 I let'11'.lrMd by Pnyllle Clement f
of America will serve months arc DUll student
college these possibly Twenty com
you will think about It for awhile i presented a very effee- ar
the banquet guest of the most Important pietJ the charm course .
) some pr
you will probably be I Live native. dane Included In _
In their high school life. able recall similar aenled by Ml*. Jean WhJlden. Fabrics
some t the semtett were Cindy Wright, Spring :
In addition to the) final Instance In your own test-life. ]Linda Sea Davis, .Jean! Carroll director of the. Mis Florid .
Girls PhysedClasses grade averages, which are cu- In my opinion It I* rldkulouaand i Martha Jo III. Sheryl Stur.ben. -. Paean In the Marasvta *re*.
mulaUve.ulta of a student's unfair that human beings I *. and Betty Gaskin The girls wst aercxnpsnied z New Shipments of Materials
each college- by Mrs L*.rn4e. Treadwell. )
over-all effort should have be '
Begin to organised Phyllis Cement WM mistress
Mr., John York. Mrs, Louise + Coming In Dolly.
bound Senior must submit d classified' I
a n by multiple- First Aid StudyStarting himself to estensl testing. choice questions, and graded I Miss. Leon More- Converse, and Mis. Ellen Can.itch. -

In college-entrance exams, by unsympathetic IBM mach.THEEULL000'S4.AltK I land accompanied the. aopho tt r I II. New Line of Braids and TrlmtT!
on Wednesday' scholarship test, and Innumerable Ine*. i more trio. C /

April te, all girls enrolled In qwestionalr*. Thee
Full Line of Beautiful Sports
physical education' classes at test are meant to provide a a .
DeSoto High 1 School began comprehensive portrait of In* STEVE: aonnexxa Four StudentsTo wear Material Now In Stock.

study of first aid during their individual's knowledge, ability I
regularly. scheduled physical and character Perhaps the Get i
education classes.Sponsored teacher are. satisfied with the Steve Sorrells The Fabric Shop
by the local Red result, but from the point of JA.JulJog ,

Cross chapter. the cluisi will view. of the student, tnt system ; Wins Local Publication 32 w. Oak St WA8-6731

be taught by Mr. 1!. C. Hen contain severs grave '

derson.' Mt. N. H. Water Mr. fault :3UL By SUB DOK1NOTh Speech Contest rear DeSo(4 High' student' ---

J. C. Baird. and Mrs. PeonyCetrangolo. Probably the .worst of these Stare Sorrells a DIM eighth ..*.. been notified that .
These' qualified Instructors I* the test. which contain" am- -
In the ltd for
grader won first plan proems
donate their date and bigSou* ueUon*. I believe It 4OHA
National{ High" School '-t.1
local Soil Conservation speak.hag
skill to this worthwhile project to be true that the relaxed
m the) school. and confident. esaeIaee make Junlof Senior Prone wa fun. Some kid went I* tlvr.. .......*, .lest 'naur..y.ASII Anthology (semester ...
available throughthe better than does a trsmandou suxceast Wltft th* lake and beach Instead. b.t4averyoete Th four puetn chosen
nooks ere a snowing 22.Itepeesentatlra. KNO
Red Croos at nominal fee In* one who t. IWn'OUa andtesMM. girl looking lovely In their bad. a wonderful from PwSoto's Wfillen by rlMi lbgge. ... E

of ,7S. The' course require. a .. ... If th* knowsedgeabl formal. and the boys very nandsom sight Th next atay ......... flaawlr Copelaad.. Wendy Webb
eight. gr..... West 13mentary *- and M.4vM Smith. all ,ultlof.. O
end the Instructor feel student to find In.
book same their "formalthe
etcher rarvperatsng or.
wet and ..OIl.... fichuMvu ErU. v In th* aria.year
that It is an asset to hew a snore than on* answer that inn
wa greatly enjoyed by spending a **y *t the lakes or .wdhe Sao Conaerva eleven. ci
copy' In all homes off students could be correct. He naturallybe alt Alter the ....,.. rasa* parVle ittf ether Junior* had Shell'
who lava taken first aid earn beeowses ..--etat, as 1M *. parties and snore partial hearwith Monday. tsssis .. ..... Un see,. .has a< use regularmfj pare *lrui for "..lIlwelAaift .
4 af lit* KrwMil. Lush.a.a M In* eprtng edition .t the en.
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**. All .knowledge learned lathe estimate the narctar Cberrl Dsnsnead bad a party for loashsrrajd -
nUy U>* phew sbwlaajHi thlgy&. BwiyHull. -
first aid not .. his arsasnlmr t* saaw.e tIM .. They were
course can right after In* daatr sad Okai lu wa tb. day tnt *.. err
M see awlesaaee .._
local CfcMCk "
wianers N. Je|
be retained Indefinitely. by .**. ouestios with th*.*es>r.d en.wee .- after" ber* wa over Uw gaag p4 elf the wee head ....*. its.Ike .' ..seas speech ......... 'ConyWendy. W..ib. J_* Lsi.Mrr. =
dent and tb. Firs beet. provide gathered wp sad west t* I'M. ........ washo hod ...u.r, ,
.SB. bees ..titbit. **] Ice the MMSMMO Jr Itaiber suer
S ready refresher .In a* to Ibis laakla* for I Informationon W3k *de /. party Bonk pasties baUiay ,..*...*,. asalsr. **Jta>o, 'af DIM Jalatntf the past ry .Lave. ., Ji*ly ,pttMMg." ahavsuit Edison ElectedTo Hall of Fame SOn :

--44W7. ; t subject, esra toques .oo.utd .1 people. Mee? and .lay..Jasas* ttxrtniao baal a .*nfor ore wM ess af O* laps. sow .Ulbu>j* Make fWM'J'.

ail..sir.-11 wa greet tent will b the and .. .,...
fat rtnnef woe S/Irl C *!* nv sow .
tf fw .. milestone for which lOGO wBlb'* retnfnbr. U
for s nl r* II wa great of S4v noftttU..Mixed denim are ). Mr W W C-be'J g
T. ttmftHftf auea n. lawtiilia ........ ugliest. ........ the.elrctkm of Thomas A. Edison tn the Hall of Main
.*. Tbt Wa ten W*.*. ... for Great Aimrkan II* .to. the ghUl f 'Inventor to q
end TIIoaC .....- .. honored., and takes hl plate among siKh men aa G'rtoltrrt
Tars MMaI11... .... t........,.. CheN"EiIt.rt.a _" .. UncoI... .. Yea
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1) er. d m A4e1 'rJjCvuStA Alat. )
;. lase ....." w.N.les. -!sects .
1 I ; Wilbur Wright.. Danil Boon and others who ma
: .a ,
r iIIIC. M. ti her" .*>. little rw "
t 1.\ qr A** ASM. wby ar' far* g4 M Club' Event landing! ronlriUition' to their 'OUfJtf'J"1r." Ri

0ptibbb din.. ..... Hlds'.. ttd-wH. asla.4 lee.. :--- contrtbuttons ha* proven to b > that of Including
Mwr steady saves are Terry chorus ..Uviaiasd a. the. era ti on* of u.1 In .hU. ..Ul.'DeSto .

.M.! weekly by r tb* ....pr staff ofOoosty Reel sad Alan c.*.... aad Ear a1eee. ihh any *4 Kb* Aeeau.Csstr7 Pofm SprfiMis '
-iii: gar 1It--. and ...,.... a. I.c I Mtl.oedor Weekend

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lAW '- SIah L o... ....,... glean a airharse beaw. seeanstaeyt ..... Muscat ,.....tes 504 tttrpJiov .

BdtterCS aktIt Aswxiate KOHorc ... ...... w peaty ....... Cast**** a* D.r-a. ItoaeK hey HoHow ARCADIA "
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: :2-B THE ACADIAN, Arcadia Florida Thursday, :April 30, 1964

Buddy and Mrs. Made Dryn- of Palmetto .Is with her tor e Mrs. Mae Ballard visited ton from Fort Green. ily who Is stationed there-Shela

ron.Mr. few weeks. with Mrs. Ada Hawkins on Mr. and Mrs. Earley Earnest planning to be there two
IU I !Myakka City News and Mrs Walter Suggs We are glad to report that. Thursday! night. from Oneco were visitors with weeks.' ,. .* .

visited at the HonSe of their Mrs. Charley Powell .is ableto 'Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Davis Mr. and 'RTrs. J. H. Boyd on Barbcued ribs wete cookedon
and Mr.
son family and Mrs. be up again. Sunday afternoon. bank of the Myakka\ Ri.\
Dy ELJ3AuET>ij JULIo Young and Shefton McLeod the Shelton McLeod :home on Hulay'SUp* in North Palmetto" *. King Williams. Marlne;?Pri- camping spent at Friday Fish and Eating Saturday? Creek Mr.. and Mrs. Jordon Boyd vef at a. Sunday'! gathering
to on Sunday. ;f with Mrs. Florence Tay
.va"lit class from Camp Le- visited Mr. and Mr.
Mr and Mrs. George Mae Had good luck trout fishingSaturday Sunday afternoon East of Ft. Myers. On Sundaythe hosted by James
Misses Mary Jo Butch "and lor late Sunday afternoon.
Jeune, visitor In Bethany
was a
clan and children Karen. Der- afternoon the largest Mrs. Christine Stephens and Cheri Ilayden visited Miss/ < Davises were also visited Thornton. Guests included Mr.
-Dl- Frank Payne
rft Scott and Mike spent Sat- on Wednesday.Mrs. Mr. and- Mrs. Lock- Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Stafford
Inches by Eugene- and
measured twenty four Mrs. Bert Stephens and children -
anne Langford on Sunday'at Mrs.
Paul Coddlngton of RyeRoad and Mrs. Lula Shores.
urday and Sunday with their ear from Sarasota at their family Mr. and" Mrs* George
parents Mr. and Mrs. Shelton In length. They were mighty Cindy and Douglas visited the II. P. Langford Jr. home. killed two rattle snakesIn home. Mrs. Nettie Lockear visited Paynes mother all from Lakeland Barrington from Sarasota and
proud. with Mrs. Ruby, MaLeod The girls and some other her yard Tuesday p.m. also visited with the H. J.
McLeod. on -
them friends
and ether The
Hall. of
Mrs. 2>>I.* Bennett Visited friend djfavd 1** bradetUon The Manatee and Sarasota Boyd'4, on Sunday. Arrhle men the
Uncle llama Mclx-od. Bill Monday.
: and relatives In the area. carried their
I Mr. and Mrs. Shelton McLeodon Beach for the afternoon of sun sing; was held Saturday and Mrs. LuU Shores is going to group: musical
Frank and George Saul Wingate Is a .guest at Continued on page 7-B)
Perry and (
: swimming.
and fam
Sunday afternoon. Sunday the 25th and 28th with Texas to visit her son
; have returned home to live Mr. and Mrs. Warren the home of Mr and Mrs. Duel
i MID POUfC C A VIRT1UMNTL { .. Mrs. Otriltlne Stephens and Holly preaching service: In the morning ADVERTISEMENT
:, ,II !'I \) I: I '$Xn.IIHvbjr Ii J McLerid,, visitedI'MtbilUuna with their parents Mr. and and infant daughter. Crtsty. and dinner onthe grounds Wallace. and family.Mr. PAID POLITICAL
and Mrs. C. B. Wlngate
J "I {poker In Myakka Mrsi Ralph ,1 Stringer arfterworking. from St. Petersburg and Mrs.''on Sunday and singing on I 1---
i' rt b1M: ; oldnyl;'"'afternoons' and C9inK0; <.school} Muck Powell and IIHie daughter Sunday afternoon.Mr. were hosts to several weekend 1
J" ; MIl 1t. no; 1 '
Mr. and Mrs.:Lee'flryant had recent visitors at the homeof called on the Wingates on Saturday -
tended a house warming that
-paldPolitlcal A-;; visitors from:Sarasota Mon on Sunday Willie and
on Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Powell. was given for Mr. and Mrs.. .
day. They were Mrs. Marie Mrs. Powell has been ill. A Johnnie Johnson of East Bra- Shirley' Lang a daughter Mrs. .1TiOTE
l11 Peace and Hilda Peterson and children FOR
!', sons Leland and friend. Mrs. Agnes Caldwell denton on Monday night.
--------------------- and a son, Mr. and Mrs. Rod p
:,l|There were about 39 of 40
Faif I. Paid Political, Adv"rtlsm.nt : (people attending.Mr. ney guests.Wingate were dinner .

\L I Why' DeSofo County\Needs. .., ',.,. ,: I way visited and-Mrs.with Ronald Mr.Brock-and The Myakka City "O1 I d EARL.FAIRCLOTH
Chicks" softball team will play
Mrs. Lee Bryant on Tuesday.Mr. .
1. > and Mrs. the Arcadians this coming 1
I t. AVANT are Sunday at the school ball field. I
BOW liradenton.
i je I rom If thiy are In condition by I
; / :' ; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stevens
WyByrlct3 I then. The "Old Chicks": played
were visitors in the Maura Al- ATTORNEY GENERALA
the "Young Chicks" a week
britton home on Thursday.Mr. .
N County Commissioner; : ago and many of the team ,
and Mrs. Dock Hawkins LAWYER. .
members are still recuperating PRACTICING
A Vote For Bob < r J.t"fI'J made a trip down to Punta from their winning score
t tI ti tt 'Is A Vote Gorda last Sunday afternoon.Mr. I POLITICIAN
,For ? .. and Mrs. Alfred Ballard of 19-18. The -Young Chicks"loat HOT A PRACTICING
i\ by only one point to their
Personal Consideration of from Charlotte Harbor have elders. Miss Darlene Lindseywas COUNTY.
been up here visiting their relaUve. I
captain of the older group
I( JI County Prpblems,. ., .. and Miss Dale Hooks served Law School Graduate.
ilJ, .. .. t tHI Univ. of {
I "' (, Mrs. Ruby Langford has .
: ,' | --I.' Arp For .Conservative I the younger girls.Mr.
# 'Ii< weUqv aWhdeforhis County been sick for the past few days.
t t I lew' O'i."luri.nd George Bailey shot and Practicing Lawyer for 14 Years.TMERtSNtt .
I t sYMcferAfttoonrfeU., / Fvm.F new f rHMds positions will;with and flint his / 3t. MprtagcrpentI' h t ing We hope better she soon.will soon be fel- killed a five-foot rattlesnake I

many / 'I'Am For Mr. Dock Hawkins Dale which was napping on his front
: S. Improvements of son
Attorney ;
i well at'la'ris.t'hdpow" \ porch steps. The snake had j [ I ISUBSTITUTtf ORJXPEfiiEHCEPaid
from Duette is out visiting this
evttmeMal. 'IaddorP'r Roads, and Scfipojs; eight rattlea.Mr. Fun
24 Yrs .. .Uw and \' t' weekend.We I for by Faircloth
P>..,...... P.Wk Service A H lAMa'taY1r:' HMACDJame e Improvements'In' in Civic and Rec. Mrs. Cleave are sorry Albritton to report has that to and Bozie.. and and Mrs.Mrs.Murray Clarence GUI, Paid Political- '- Advertisement- .

Cited'iWralr"nd; ,.. ftrqtion! .Areas. As Are Practical enter the hospital in a few Wilson and sons spent a plea-
I W days. We sure' hope her a sant Sunday afternoon at My-j\ j
( Regulation Your
Impartial Support Will Be Appreciated' speedy recovery.Mrs. akka State Park. I

New' Serving. Chairman 4'R !\. Henry Manly'a father Mr. and Mrs. Otis Howell
I passed away and they had togo left Tuesday for a visit to the,
., Florida! Public UliUtU. Y
World's Fair In New York. The
Bob Avant back north. We hope they
__eo-I. 't ... make their trip there and.back trip was awarded to Mr. Howell -' t HERE'S HOW

ATTORNEY GENERAL safely. We send them our deepest by the Ford Tractor Com .. -- t FLORIDA'S
*! .. .
CandidoteFof: D'iftrkt'3 J. sympathy. pany. I
".,.....,'., Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ballard Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Bremdle tl itflil6 Z Z4l SENIOR SEMATORSTANDS ,
County Commissioner from Clearwater, spent several
c ..... ........* A......_..._, his. had dinner with Mrs. I"IorenceTa.lor. days visiting their son and L"iiO
,.. ... .. Mr. Bollard's SPESSARD',
5.n.b. ._, c. r -4. Paid For By" W. H. (e.b' Avsnt Campaign Fun daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs..

I --=::.-_. _. __ ::...::= -- -. -- on Thursday. .Luke Brendle and children.Mr I AND
"': V"I -- and Mrs. Elam Gill. accompanied < tr7.b

I:1'ti: : MS : V' S FEED County Ginki Gill singing by attended their convention niece the Poll Miss at .", Senator!Holland: ON strongly" MED: !supports AL 11SSST&NCE'm.dlca..alll.( .' ..*

If STORE Lake Wales. Mr. Gill's daughter once To FI ,lda's older citfx ns. Two proposals heVO
Mrs. Mildred Cotten and
been off.red Medicare and the Kerr-MHIs op.*
I' 3 $1,1, .1 .: Tie Corner S. Orange and W..Magnolia them granddaughter there. Oeree Joined proach. Medicare offers Only limited hoipltalltatlon
and financed by additional Social Security 'faces
Ill a J.. .riders' d 111l Mr. and Mrs. John Husy and administered the Government IT
fi "3t. : .t.n children from Ft. Myers and by covers lIolcipo"ons. ]
l Dear Customer: See Our Full Line Of Mr. and Mrs.\ W. B. Gill and rich and poor, but does noT cover, doctor;
.. ... RAWLINGS son's from Wauchula were bills. On The other. hand Kerr-Mills coven both hospital
Sunday dinner guests at the and doctor bills and protects .nly'hos.'wh.

I i Duo to the extreme, heat of the current political SOFTBALLJ home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack have The need. It is financed and administered by',
Bauknlght. our stales with large, Federal support. Our entireFlorida -
GLOVES Mrs. A. C. naulu aht. Mr. delegation In CangfMv voted for the Ksrr-
J f Ill! > l season, this. week in our ad wo have no Jack Baucknlght's mother. has Mills approach. Our state legislature' approved'If',"
'.4 :i been a patient at Lakeland for a two year period as did 36 af our state oed)
gimmicks Just GOOD MONEY-SAVIN' From: : General Hospital. Territories.: W. are committed att a state'and nation'
I Rev. Luther Colbert and Mr. To try The Kerr-Mllls approach for Iwo year* If
i" $5.95 to $17.95 and Mrs. Andy Taylor and son changes are necessary we can make: Them .*''.....*.
Hugh had Sunday evening
I sure adequate medical assistance To out older cfU
dinner with Air and Mrs. Cleat
0 Pas r.rttk ssrertr..ar
; sens. ( ),.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Chesley Me-

: RAWLINGS sing Lead held attended recently: the at all Codage night

t I SOFTBALLSand aWL Mr. and Mrs. John from

f Sarasota were visitors at the

k 1 1 I S V I I' t Jordon Richard Boyd Jones. home was on baptized Sunday. 1M, A T O R

I into the Sandy Baptist Church

I BASEBALLS on Sunday by Lamar Albrit- ___. Paid For_By/ Committee: For Holland Fer.Senatsr

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1- .
__ too! "
3 Gallon Blue Grass -...._...0 ._....... GET ONE FOR THE GANG '

i Water Can Coolers k
Line Of li* WJS*
1"A Com P let.I Spinning I I !

Spaulding I

: lining. Sporting'. Goods r I

f From I' -

$5.95 up ..- : '\ s 7 SO Parks town Sprinklers .
f .eu, wa I
h .p. :
s lit' Reg, $2.99
o 1 : t; \ .
.; Now $2.51 """
1 '
5 Gallon Size -* A ROOMY USED

GREAT! : ;;, -o ---1 StAftttf. .

!See Our Large Selection, Of' S9 70 S-Qt. Sprinkler Cans ... //I ::: e ,"*6t'.. -.*.

t i FLYS Now.1 4' 1960 CHEVY-WAGON V 8
., 2 1959 CHEVY WAGONS $'

r s FLY RODS I PG, R&H, WSW one Owner PG,. R&K. wt$f


p FLY REELSDOLOMITE .. .. 1958 .
teat H Inch aJM& .. 4,< 1'I CAPAI...RPEN 1959 FORD WAGON'RCO!f = GON,4'wh.t': ?


i GARDEN HOSE ." t..H tarn Nice ....." ,.. .
regular SX3S ; r t
Now $2.5S. 1962 CHEVY
Now $2.95 IMPAlA. .- t ,

if I sot.eb U Inch .... CARDEK' osren GARDEN I 1958 FORDWAGON r SAVE" ;Loaded "Air" .*...1"$ ;

r.etslar t-M
5O Too Minimum ( 20"Ton Minimum Now $3.f5 ac.f *i\W* vt.yl MMtle- I j

Now $4.95SPRINKLER Cell One.Of Our Salesmen ;
so I 00
c $6 TON $7. TOM TSN < H Inrh else. ., WA 9-3501 or WA 9-3421. .
II rc\tl:r $*x.3 HOSE I'I' ,

P.... I........ Neit", a" e.reedl... Now $5.75 1.69 Up 4



221! W. Magnolia

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TIlE ARCADIAN, Arcadia Florida" Thursday, April 30, 1964 3-D"

I. News From Owens

1 To Read And Advertise In
MRS. RAY STROBLE On Monday night the ladies ft PIY

Final plans for the annual of the church gave a surprise .
homecoming services of ML linen shower for our pastor
Ephraim Baptist Church of and wife. Bud and Thrtma rd t

Owens Rev. W. A. Gillett the Gillett immediately after theMissionary .. :.,

pastor will bring the homecoming all going over Society to the program pastor-, 1 u ro :

message and has announced cum on a pretense of seeing
as his topic "What the home
since they had got
Will You Do With Jesus'- The
ten settled but where the many
song at srace 1l, o'clock.will begjn 'promptly lovely gifts had been left. Refreshments w rar OrFERINO YOU..' ..
All former
of party sandwichesand
pastor, former l members, and coke:
were served to the
friends are. invited. A. bosket eighteen ladies and two husbands -
dinner will be served at the present. MORE
picnic shelter following the We were all glad. to have
morning service The afternoon Mrs. J. W. Brewer back in .
will '
spent in visiting and
Sunday School and Church CHRYSLERa
singing with a good program Sunday morning after several
arranged .There will be Train weeks absence due to illness.
ing Union and. preaching, at Also glad to see Katherine
the regular hours at night but Gray out after her bout with
Sunday School will be omitted measles.A .
in the
group of friends gathered

Paid Political Advertisement.
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4-II REPRESENTATIVES: : Three Tnd are Sandra "opeland. Vicky Sh l. I....
of the four -1-Her's who \represent\\\ fer and Harry (OoKIHnjr.; Nancy Varna, -
district a.1-11 council at the University not pictured here will also attend with .Me
I F of Florida State events JIajr let anti' \n\t trio. (Arcadian Photo)
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v at the home of Mrs. Clara ed after which all enjoyed singing Dcjch' In the afternoon. Kathy I

Mroblo Thursday afternoon tu for about an hour. rvturneil home Saturday even- FOR LESS MONEY _
help her celebrate her birth. Friday the Gilletts and their !nil; but the rest stayed over. +
I I I day. Mrs. Frank Ilohn favored guests drove over to Lake nlftu at the hotel and enjoyed
Ii II I|I the group with several aco.r- Okeeihobte. fur a picnic and their hospitality returning
i dlan solos also .Mrs.. Strobta flatting They report very good
home Sunday. afternoon.
PAID rOft ST TMI i I and Mrs: Hitlie Wibmn of Ar. luck bringing back about sixty
-.- COMMITTal"' FOB SCOTT ILLY fO COVUMOMPaid :cuJiu did M little jig fur us. to prove it (.u.... of the CJHletls Mr and Mrs. Jim shelter ..... THAN EVER
Alter refreshments of party Sunday were Mr. and a no baby daughter of Arcadia' L BEFOREh
Political I Advertisement. sundwkhes and fruit punch: Mrs. George Ma..sengae! and were her Sunday. afternoon
I Mrs. Stroble opened h" many baby daughter; and Frieda and for a visit with their mother
I II nice gifts and displayed them Uoiothy Musiengal, sisters and Mrs Katherine Gray and alsograndfather .
Vote for. and ELECT I for all to ste. Attending were brother of Mrs. UlllctU. all and Mrs tloMrn.Mr Mr' W. T. llolden NOW IS THE TIME TO SEE US ABOUT OUR
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilohn and from lnrrlhVe. were very
k I Mrs. Hattie WiUon of Arcadia glad to have them with us in and Mrs. Cordon John BEAUTIFUL, EASY-TO-OWN NEWPORT
George J. Ola Mr. Lee Wilson. Mrs. Bessie' our services Sunday. IOn n>ent the afternoon here .
Morton Mrs. E. U. tattle and Miss Leis Langford of West Sunday with his mother Mrs Finest Chrysler quality ever. a More beautiful than .,.r.
r .Mrs. Hay Stroble. At the end of Palm heath J 0 Johnson and family returning '
was over for a better than t
Backed by the first S.Y.arEn41n..r.d ;
to their home In Ar- '
County Commissioner the afternoon alt Joined In visit with relatives In Arcadia
cadla late in the evenlnf. 5OOOO-Mllf Warranty. car In Its class. ;
wishing Mrs. Struble many and cam out for a vlait and any .t'i ;
District 3 happy returns of the day lunch Saturday wth her aunt A croup of about 23 lathered .C-' I
.l Then on Thursday" night Mr. 101.... J. G. Johnson and daughter at the church early Monday .we.'ttT
and Mrs. Eddie Stroble. Roan Miss\ Louis She plannedto morning for a clean up ?
Your vets, for Qeerge J. Ola Is a vets, f.r: and Joe Morton of Arcadia leave for her home Sunday ,d a y. Power mowers, rakes, 'SOLID. rfXJTTCTIOH WITH CNftVSlKft"S. S-TCAH/SO.OOO-MILK WAP*ANTY.<**?***,**.*. *****....,**
1.Dynamic and Experienced and Vernon Stroble of Carl- morning. pltth forks and hoes being used. I scars w JOOOO eats. .wI'Ik.' ...........*....MSMM defects. maietuls. and MkmaMMMd" will* rapists. M ,...iMJClMyitsrH
Leadership strum Field wen out for supper Miss Louis Johnson and And a vut. of thanks Is due Mnrrl Carparstlwt WWUod DMIof'piste. fII...........ihs mesa blurt,.hSSd and.aeeal.,..,..!Mate......... .
2.\Responsibility and Oedicatlen to Duty and a visit. niece Anna Lou attended the all who helped with the work. (utMtwan tsss and Mental. partf(thidmg laanasl.clvlckX tarsus can *,...,drew shaft.wave al Jo"t1* ,f'**sale. and dtffsrea.
3.'Pair and Impartial' Mrs W. A. Gillett and grandson Wecklcy-Arbnbright concert They certainly. did a tine Job. bat. Sad .....lse,lan.1. dl &het aalWI sbI5S. prsv10.4 it.semi.bat tin. Sagas wl c..... .. eery 1 emits. w"lIDO subs. .
County Government Mark of Parrlsh drove held at the High School auditorium .*,.". women, boys and girls' all Mca 'itoni.e Sm .tfco M. paw leotaced. wery ascend oil,chase.. and We.. (sr.fetof SM 5n.f.....d oven S smrN andMttoMdevary
4..Close Cooperation b.tw. the C.unty and 'Its Cities. over Thursday. night for a visit Saturday night. pitching in to do their share J Mf7s..dsvtrf. 4nwmlltshwtwKoI.***.*..dsaM. ...M..W.. ......./le/Ma,iad'......
6. Close Contact with the. People of OeSot Ceunty. with Mr and Mrs. Bud Gillett. Mrs K. B Convert and The young men also did quit .Ing. iS51W. Ie..llh(I}Ifni".. ...*.....*1M(Z)tile...'..kSS. .cedis. win.
They stopped in on the choir daughters Kathy and Joy and some tree trimming which added .."
Your voto will bo many time repaid .In "'noM and dedicated .- at their rehearsal and after the Miss Patsy. Wallace went over much to the looks of the
service to DoBoto County and will sincerely conclusion of rehearsal the to Lido heath with the Charm grounds when completed.. A '
appreciated. choir members were Invited Study group of Arcadia. span.* covered dish lunch was enjoyedby MOVE UP TO CHRYSLER 641! WE'LL MAKE IT EASY t
over to the pastorlum for refreshments -cared by the FHA on Saturday some of the folks at noon
Paid For By George 01.. Candidate' For and a fellowship The group of t..nuo.II''' _. zany happy returns of the n
4+ to Mrs. Fred Lanier wh -----0 !I1M :
jj County Commlastoiter fe period. Cake. Ice cream presented a fashion >f >w., at.
brownies I and punch were serve the Landmark Hotel TJ4o *Dbr.led her birthday >lon4 -
------ -- ------------.. ..- -- -- --on- .,,' April 27th. We all wish .:..:
her many more happy+ ones.. She Boring Auto
spent a busy day as she) was
(Paid 'Political Advertisement I
) one of the clean up group
armed with her hoe and rakt. 15 S. Polk I Avenue ARCADIA WA 8-1271
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:' Vote For ''t' ;:

.<: ..! ,. M. (Mickey) SMILEY Jr
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; t YOUR MAN ;

E. Carlton For 'YM1lCty 1 J

Doyle Jr. ..' .'.1f4


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H.'S .
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.11. .. VIGOR In enforcement' of tho laws of' the State of Florida's:';

; ':, ., EFFECTIVENESS In handling nonsupport' problems. .
Senator ; >

J INTELLIGENCE In coping with juvenile delinquency.

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., : !. COMPETENCE' in establishing. a program to eliminate under
r i '. t < .
I age drinking .
27th !- --

strict CO-OPERATION, with local 'law enforcement officers. .

i 4. HONESTY and DIGNITY 'In administration of office. +

';,' I t, .- '... DEDICATION' to fulfilling the duties of the office- of State r '

AggressiveEffective Attorney.
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ii rI I r announcing his' candidacy, Smiley stated,, "All of the eight counties' In the
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Twelfth Judicial; 'Circuit are equally deserving of the personal/ attention of'the State Attomey .

'fI r: .n,
without placing the) bulk of responsibility upon Grond .J lurfes or otIS't' nts.

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It .Is a necessity that the State Attorney be available In each County 'In the Circuit

\ I at least once a week, rather than devote the majority of time to the private practice of

law. s"
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-.. Reliable , 4 t A MAN lOaN IN ARCADIA. ,* J.: .
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l ; -':B THE ARCADIAN; Arcadia,Florida Thursday; April '30,1964; .: i iz +

f-z-- ..1" !"/P'I.. ,.. 1.;,...-.y..E.. t.'... ,7 ; ;"'"

Mike Pooser -. ,,


Old&ner Mystery

I .. : From CourseMichael
1 '

..} I 1 7f Pooser. of Arcadia The jaun'y young man who is: this weeks rnystfry

i+: .. 1* a graduate of the Army Logistic I picture via born May CS'h.: 1888 in Tifton Ga.

OF DeSOTO COUNTY Instructor LMrveiopment and was married in 1911 to a voung lady from

I. J f +, Course of the U. S. Army 1.0Cl.Ucs I the, game city.
: Management Center at
: SALES and SERVICE They moved to Arcadia
J>ort Lee Va. The course wu
two week In length :I in 1918. They have five

---. Purser 1* a major with the; I children, three girl!, '
1--- Army Logistic liwiruofor :LJVvtMopintnii.in i I and two boys. 7 jrrand- '

.f '" .Advertising A : th.iXL, U.,ArutyReserve chlldrPn.and one bra*1d! *'r
M -.
I---- __ A cJyJ.1tlV/hJ"/ e' Iwtr.sa
--- -' r
_.. new great-grand-hiM T
/NTi.NATIONAL-.b..d r mall :
...__ .... ........... .......... 4...' Urn..*. M.Cr tcb Tr .*.r$ ..>4 ._. 'rurai4 crrler.||- identify thrrys'ery ..
s'1natYpctor If can { {
.S.4. ,d.. TM AN.dI... LwPM.M.. N..dlN Ift+"..., ..... you ;
r. :. .. t... !... .M4 _.<. Development 4
f ftimrt C fu. NA.ad Course
7 o O.k S. rh. is o..e hip
W..t. .-S.... S....IS. 4 P.rS.. ...... ,....... : man. :
"4.1. t c._.. 211 W..t O.. 1.IPA. ;# ot IS orieiea at the Army jogliitic -
------.-------- -- .... WAMe/ *.a.*.. 1 Management:; Ce..tw., :name nndOU on : t

v.aer coursvs ottered in tier fo"-! !a! card! and mail tr .
Air Conditioning 4 ALA:C curriculum are' in ilia I t*:e Arcadmn.o'r. :

___-0. ___ Furniture Stores area ot procure.iieai, gei.e..4
be the: 'lu-I..v car
'CIMIKAL iltCT..IC I..* Air C- supply maintenance uip.u 1 may 41
mNMMr..Id _* ._..r..U.< ..r_....... COMPtITI'-- Nw. i_.....a.. .. .1A. property disposal, requr W
, M./N/.r.N..r Sl r II O*k t.. 1..... ....... __.. A..
. tlr..*. ri>_ WAtaiot .-72.'. _... .......-.___ eery It_.. .J W.' II.U: uisiribuiion niditiagen.en.. you will receive _
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O.k:>> 't W. 1.2211.' the Army Logistics Management -
--- three-months subscription
,O: :of. rURNUMIMA .*- : TEAM' DEMONSTUATOIIS.. A de- city of Florida State. events. The << Center i I. the on.y L e-
: .. ;;. :. : to THC ARCAD-
d !
ArvatfW* /p paiunent of the Army activity
AwningsrOOTfCTU ....d ..l .NS.t.. .__. r.... monstration entitled "The American: Team consists of Bobby Joens. Dianne
,./ I ___._ .__ __ 0- W_....,.. H.... ,...........a Private 'Enterprise Syntem" which Montgomery and Mike Pooser. devoted to potaraauute level IAN. '.

.......... .11 ......... -- .. -- .- won honors in district competition recently (Arcadian Photo) logtotic management education FINAl. CIA E
.._.... .... ..... N.. All It i.I a field activity of
V\).<... ... WMt..l .<....l .* <..-r.. O.I... PrescriptionsACCUTATILYN..Pw.d.d will be presented at the Univer the Army Materiel l Command.Vnshineton "lie was the earliest riser in town
G Co..P. ale -;:= O.A,.i-:;: I \ D. C. The clasa And he walked the fastest too.

PA... w..... .-41... .._... end May I. You seldom' saw him wear a frown

----- t..._.......M.4H... .M IMM.*.| ..p>HPro .- M ; Neighbors i g h b And he took time to talk to you"
fC '- 1*1.111' Wm Oak --- --- ---- -
It_. '..... WA1.N ...a... r
Bottled Gas The American Medical Asso-

I :.. .. -- News From Ona ciation recommends that some -.---- -. ---. -.---. ..
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CMIN-l rUlt A iMt.MlUM ... __ Printing' applicants for driver license
...... ...NNI1s4. ..d ...... ..NANN.r. '" be given medical examinations : -

.... ... .C.)Mt NH.t.f.. e.i N C..P..vNT 4 ..- --- ARCADIAN' -_--l.-M. ---..* WHS. MARY MURPHY ser attended church services by, physicians. This! would be''
*w a...*'. ..! 0.....'....../* 'M 5NC.' MMM..e. .O....H<.r fclto ..m. *.A- here Sunday and visited .trlenu done when an applicant displays 1
.w.O.k.. 1M.!. riMa WA ,-4.... 0.....r *..*r...\. ':*... WA *-*!.!. Ed and ,Jack Murphy wEre here !In the aftcrnooru an obviously impaired
In Indlantown on business Frl- when driver
------ physical function; a
Mr. and Mr. Dob Albritton I
has been Involved In multiple I
Building Materials Ready-Mixed Concrete and Mr. and Mr. Frank Walker accident within short
Those attending the racca at visited Sadie Da of I r
--.--- x ley calendar perked and when a Baseball
C.M.LITI LINt ., "..14.... ...'..... iIAIY.MIkll:; 'COHCBITI- c..nNr.k. the Saravota-Dradenton Speed- Pine Level Sunday. driver must be placed Oil the
_. ...t""e. c...... ......... .--.. ..d ... -- way Friday night: were Mr.
114, Iwfk M.wN ......._ ,...... MIN 1.Wk.' .h.T..rt=t .jnd Mrs..*Mabry Murphy Mr. LoU Evan of Winter Haven "assigned risk pool for insurance -
:. j w..... ..u... M.a.a Ara. ". and.. Mra. J. W. Payne Jr. Mr. had her father. Noah Kirk. underwriting because of
'. J, and' Mr' .. Jack Murphy and land for a viiltor lat weekMr -S., .y what kind of a nut refusal by various commercial: c
.hlldren. Mr. and Mr. Donald *. Ringer from MUalMippi fie you think I ajnT. ..* carrier to assume the risk.
Dolomite Roofing Vfurphy and son. Wall! Albrlt-' has been visiting Mr. and Mr' _
'I i ic' lon.;Max Tripp, and Louie I Cocicrn. Bob Albritton 'this week
li .. ...T.LlU.. L...... ......?. iCOISMS C.. "' flM" ARCADIA LIVESLivestoci!TOCK MARKET: 3 MAJOR IMPROVEMENTS
, 1. ..d d M- N.NIM' ", =: ... : :.. :. W.TV =:::: Mrs. Joyce William. from
,, -4411* .c WAbmt"enMitr. *.*. b..., .g.ar;.. Ed.. Mvbry and Jack Murphy Jacksonville spent the weekend
m : PS4lP and Max Tripp attended the with Mr. and Mr*. Curt

I I s IV 'S.rvlcO0NALOON auto faee night.*, at Ft. Fierce SturUay Yuungblood I: k Report I ii i e Ad

Drugs **.+ nMrs. '. Mr.. Curtis Youngbtorxt and
," .. '. -- ..' .. Jtfabry Murphy"and Mr. Joyce William,** from
COMPt1T1'" .. .1 "---., ....f.M.. .. .. .... T.V.N..14..r. M ...... sad 4IA. children and Mr. Jack Murphyand Jacksonville visited Mr\. t. and tland offering. Slaughter Steers
--+ -, r....4. ........1 ........./- kll. IS4_. "'".. .M...'...,.s were. !In Lakeland Mrs. M. J. Albritton and girl 503 Cattle and calves te
J. family
N....... 0-. ...... ...... ... c.... heifers scarce cows .5(0)I higher bulls steady, calves ..
., tttaVYrr.fc. .. T1k. NN TT 'In Lake Placid Friday -
.WAto ... .1 ,... a.4 Saturday_ steers steady heifers steady. ; 0 0 ;
; n> i 4.rk..lw.d.1.d.1N .MP1414 / N steady to .50 lower. Stocker
... .N._ ,.... l..144. .Iw..... .... Joyra Alden of Sarasota and James Marshall William of cows steady, and calves .50 to 1.00 l lower. 61 percent of
Exterminators} "" ". .51311--. ..........-. ...... aTV. Charles Itunter. of Oradenton Jacksonville spent the: weekend the Hale Miocker. 13 percent, cows and 45 percent of the
k.1NS."I .....kf...... 1m .... T14. 'visited *Mr ..nd M,.. J, W. with his mother, Mr*. Cur t
I cows idaughter 'r.GREATER
: Payne. and boys Sunday. tl* Youngblood. .fl
HI l Y.TtOriCAL..-....' TIMMITI....".". ..CONalt.-.4.M ..a.N..11 I.w .l< : Mrs Ralph lloogh and ftUwl. roN. and M.-D.n: ihieerI .. t; April 22. 1964 Stocker Steers t _i I IDEPENDABIUTYI
=r ..,. A Ndw ........ ,kMM, WA Transportation Service of ClearWU Xl"))144 Mr) Ora(. < f. 4 Good < '$16.25 to$17.50 :
Mhd children In Braden-
1.aJ .: Mr. Carl liar ley- and Mr. and. were Slaughter Steer Med 15.75: to 17.25' ,
t f._ *. Ma. J, W; Payne and buys tonand Palmetto on'1IiwItneMSatu'rd Cut $14.00 -1,0. ,
rr' ,7 '' Com 14.00 to 16.751 & ..
f I ... = '.
-f ) a.
.a"I ""-s and.-Mr. and Mr*. Dillon Murphy t Slaughter Heifers 10.00 to 12.25 .
\ j f Electric' Appliances! '.nb.. I! r..1""JI.. .:=: IA.aWAM.a'S4141 Sail week. Baldy Albritton was a dinner Inf .
\\: l .. I. w. .....,. M*. ;*nd :'Rita. M. J Albrlt- guest of his aunthionnie% Uty $15 00 to $15.50 Stocker Heifers new ADMIRAL GOLD Q (' -

OlMIIIAt ItlCT*! -Ar..... M.N.L..R.a ton and girl' of Luke Placid Albrliton of Ft. Meade- last Can 12.00 Med $15.00 to $16.75 PRECISION CHASSIS IIIIIRID
, f__ II wNf Oeta ....... vtltetl rMr; and Mr*. Cart nar.
week. 13.00 to 15.00 8 micro Inches of
" Com
peee WeVsskejt 9/l91 Tree
) f. Service ley.' Mr and Mr. J. w. Payne Slaughter Cows. "

' \ :-..........:..- and boy, and Mr*. Mac Al- Mr. and Mr*. Dldy MbriN Uty $15.00 to $16.50 Int 11.00 to 12.00 _.pple41oaKci- i ,1. .i., .
ton 'motored to Tam&' lot 13.75 to 15.50 w1Ftncby ,
Office Suppliers .ll Y.- britton. and family Saturday. Cut locker Cow i eleCtro d.poa60 -
I.I; I, r P.Y1.N.COS.-.. ... ..d l:=Il..MK:. 14q1 41..k --= Mr*. Eva Jan Albritton and Saturday and purchased a\:.newrslrigeralor Can 11.50 to 13.80 Com $13.25 to $IG.25Int tlon.
.. ... _. .l combination "
I O"IC.u' :: .,.1.. .-. ..d. 1. __ _I Mattt and'Shetrl' of Lake Placid freeser 10.75 to 14Z .
'O..ALL YOua ,"... ... .... 1..44 .... & whited 1\1.... Jack Murphy that Lorraln I* very Slaughter Hulls NATURAL o
1.. A..dl. t.P .le.,., 1s4 W.l ...... -' -... N/05''Ill P1.Mpg. MORE
i ..M.I.. = w .2041. .Oa .."*... Y.Nl ..wu.1 and. gills.. and Mr and Mr' proud of. Uty $16.00 to $18.25 Stocker Hull !
Dillon Murphy Saturday. Cut 12.00 to 15.75 5
Mr and Mr*. Baldy Albrlt Med $16.00 to $16 r
Mr and<< Mr*. Herman Prlne 12.00 to 12JSO
I t ton were. Sarasota visitor! Com 12.50 to 15.50 wnH2. $44 995 N
and Cindy Sandy and Ilonnle
J of Clear-water visited her par. Tuesday. : Slaughter: Calves Inf 10.00 .... "

. eta. Mr, and M r*. Fleming Mr. and Mr*. McCetlan of Good $20.25 to $22.00 Stocker Calves fLfCrOM ."
COMING EVhNTS Illne Saturday. Nocatee visited Mr. and Mr*. Stdn 11.l)() to 20.50 Good $18.50 to $21.00 COiO HALAttCtA With Qualified Trade ;;
Mrs. Frank Walker. Mr* C. F. Ilarrelaon last week Uty 15.75 to 17.00 Med IC.OOto 17.70
Rebecca Fo*. Mrs. Med Henry ..1Mr EASIER TUNINCI
,1 .dad| Mandy Henry visited' Mr. *. Johnnie Johnson of ,Arcadla Slaughter V ale,.,. Com 14.00 to lone; range turret tuner WIth prMt
visit Inf 10.50 to fine luntng tor (vM color fiuu Po
Maggie Starling who .U a and Eileen McQualg Good $22.00 to $26.50 I -
CHAMBIrt. Of CON NIRCI pa C7 1:1.: *, Macfc-and-wftit* pKtwr*. Front
r dent In a liartow hoapltal. ed! their' sister Mr*. Donald Stdn lO.OOto 21.00 Stocker Calves 100.%:>>0 controls. Owcoal fiNah en metalB
Mr. and 1.1n. Oranvtlle Wile Murphy and son Wednesday. ....optional...1n.,
3 to $29.00
THURSDAY APRIL. 10. kin. of Canal Point vUlted Mr. Ruben McQualg and Mr. Good $23. WITH New AOAl
rukll Library'' Hur... 1.10: to 1.0: P. M, Library'' ..Ildla!l eKlwanla .nd Mr*. Mabry. Murphy and Donald Murphy and son were Med 19.50 to 32.25 cav2RA2ri.R.GNrN1sscOMrROL
Club. .:JO P. M" D.Seta "leeatawraNtTewrUt children Sunday. In Arcadia on Dulness Satur Com 16.00 to 20.00 I
Club. 7"OO: r*. M, WaR..'. Clwb. H*g.s Itev. Henry Sloan of Daaalr day Inf 10.001015.00_ '
I.N.r. Star SAO: P. M" M...... Tern aleOe4 ... .... --- --- MUlTtrtrvt* if' c. COLOR TV HAS tPR0Y1310N)1
Fellew.. Ledge.OO: P. M, rratcrnal TsRtp1. *>..1"m; ;; AtfvertlMmHU1LD .... tt mi .* CMM tr ,,rORUrir' TUNING I IOMWM In
BUttNS t ta .
AUehelUe AnenyrxeM. S-OO: P. M. CevMy Ce.irt HewaeMn'a S BUILD WITH BURNS a WITH 1IUKNS nUILD WITH unseNU

..wll". (".n"'''V* lee) Silt P. M.. ..wULana'! Alley "

1) t Why D Soto County Will Build

a>Mbll" Library' Haur*, 1.10: te 1.0: P. M. Library. .wlltflnaW
..t II.0. S.heel 4'H. t::0 7 P. M.. W aYMth II.... Seb..I. TU COIONCT T3100 Series
I, Aatlvltlea. 7:00: P. M, YeMth CMer

With Haydon Burns As Governor il ilF4 "tn"flair_.1 2r edge* 1n P.iMla........TV....--

SATURDAY MAY S w -. Die Seneca portable TV with%
r. P.lblls. Library Hur I.JO: ,. *:.O .. M. Library. ..""I"e 23.OOO.volt" traMa/orater****'
M .. Coe 'Ida. thl I in- end ptaciMOU CTfU4 c.
Yewtn Aatlvltie* TOO P. YewtH C t rTexrtot a per****
Club. 7:00: P. M, W.....*. Chub H.... j .. "S...... Span" terrt tuner
/ vrttlr t* dell tie .- atDeitalese ...-_*. pest SM touting .1......

tAt Radio .M TV. brighter pc lure.S'e .ls .aa.r.aM .
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:. SUNDAY MAY S4SSMVICIS r w.'.. frtontfly felk. w. d. T>l*.-BU.,. TJIil-
AT ALL CHU..CHlaAnlND. THE CHURCH Of. : Itroww.'
o. : "eee a pleasant Mere a.4
I' YOUR_ CHOICE..KB PAGE *S FOR A COM* LKTK ,LISTING BURNS STANDS FOR: 1' :1:1G' meet I lMri_' *ff ant we A.ait.bie .1,. AJnlral FVttP .
n. ; .i ctiow Sewer Wt il... R. .
e P, e? ,. *va- a .......'.... e....tle. <. ..... Cesare-Tell1/S4n...

.'. G .f Lbe.e flee AeH.lrl B>re- .,...IY See 0. .
I MONDAY MAY. 4f' State Employee Paydays .:
,Deftete Mlntelrlal. A****. .:*. A, M. riri Ba p tlet. Cfcervh, ,-,. : A' 411..*. yes Mar *e .sees l ae T...TV s.t Caaiaktalf Off

\Areaeia O. ds. Club 1:00: P. M, Oartfei CU C...ee Each Month Twi :; beet. Ste* .. ayttlet ... mad o..p.tI.s w-I1e '

". f' Sell. C..a..v.tl.w. JO P. M. A.H. Meetl**) Mee. .. L. : ,9 3. If\- N J Y.a-.l.ai. .. :..
Civil Air P.t./.. DM P. M, Y_tH Center ni .. .... yew t.re.t* e.r

,.City C-J".TSO: P.N.. CHy HH. :- v' 1.New Rcycnvw"For Local \ : M..... N usbe.. tee., .b4. I.
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Ladles' 5..'U.. e L_.... TOO P. M. ....>-La.4 AU... ... .' ? ,
I.! 1.; A........ Let*** ...""'P7 SAO P.M. Lee,*.* HaH School Boards : ;tQ e )N .... eenr'" .., 239

flerle'a N.tl.R. .1 .O.*N.) LOG P. M.. ApWt.-, COn P! a _b. ....... re4II... Mere,
tJ. q non fA will .....
: ": -AND- .I w TV sail Dick er O P. day o..Jlfle4 T.
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i't' TUESDAY MAY EAr..di aP ..4.<... Mere tike. 6a year .

: .. Metary Clwb. Ifct P. M, Pal...*.*e Rs..u...*., I rvtae at re.e ....ls*. ...
WMU ".,... S__lee .......*. toe P. M..1'.... S.AIM Cl..MPsb11. Citrus Industry to maintain Its own system w.
....... ..H.i and autoncmy with special ,
Library H_ir.. 1:10: .e a..M: P. M. L. .
a Tteeta MHO Olrte. c...... 7.10 P. M. Pr.le.wa/ T*..*4eewtH ..' emphasis on product Improvement, new* Donaldson

Ii 0..... Clv,.* c.-... r ae P. ... .:...'08..* product development and comprrh tiS4VI

V r W A A.alllary. S.0 P. ... V F.W Pe... H- maru.&Lna noM.arch.: Ln

;J lei.'.... .U...\ CI* -..HI L..... seI1 .... M, ._a.LaM) Alley.ig txl 44- Radio & TV

WIDNKSOAV. MAV SAwetleei V*>'te> F.r HAYDON;BURNS On May 5th 6 11 East Oak StreetIN :-

f. 4 1.,I....MMit ..... I" P. M, Lrvee**** N--.4Pbll Cia I WA 9.5X81 for Free'Troroportetto and Baby Sitting Servka +hile you.volewrnHwii .the Telephone ButU; >3 :

: tit' _.jrry. H_..*. 1JO: te /IS P. M. Library .. 4IIl.. c.HI ........ Ome44 Rw.d nb.D.e....'YV-l w e w. :;; T"
:=. : -. 0.. Clw*. T3SO' P. M.P. P. eV .. Of***. w .... M..7 OeSeM Cew.1y"MgIM. 0..M f+.e' 0..e. M ., .. WAsswt "9n -5291 :

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o. pCCENT ., '-: \ '\''!r"tt. < ;!

W D Brand U. S. Choice Close >., Old Milwaukee Beer ,.t
Trimmed T Bone, Sirloin, or i "'J;."
It Throw .,
) 6 Pak, 12 Away Bottles
8Sc J ..
Boneless Top i .
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Limit Two With Other Purchase 89d

L :.1 A...: ",,'..-' .,.. .,' '*, ._<<'>>."'''''x.,".''...,....:.>(\\1t'._'_-'<_- .,.....'"",._.,,,'$.""':'''_,_.'N',,H: Per Pouodt. ,<'<'." :".,..rYA,.<.. "&t .. ,..."":-....."' ._. ,


O4 Fx CELL ENG Steaks Lb 7G G;o RRAIFD D' "' ,, : ,, .. lb. .3 Cc

Prices Effective April 30 THra May 2nd WeD BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF PLATE BEE F :w.D BRAND! U'S. kO\CE'\: JNCIU: :: CtK:

Slew I c R&mfil] \ (
41 Lb. 3 illS'I $129 Lb.




Quantity Riglts Reserved Featuring Products That Are Grown Processed And Manufactured In The South!



And Georgia z Fr.. &-" 4k'

S r ASTOR or SWIFTS JEWEL 7 Coffee rlorfcI, Corn 10 oa.. 69

Sllorienlng r t '

=...- Eu.Oat Ast.r 5 49c
: : Orunges LU.. :
', ; 3.Lb. 1 BUY
,..r i I Can AV 59c c- 49c FROM HOMUTEAD RED BUSS .. '
. '4' 39c E SAVE FLORIDA t
24 :lie
:s :20c LWt OM Yew Oeke FIRST' Pololoes 20( ... bag 99eITAUS 1

.: limit One Year Choke With$S e*Mete Order ,. FROM PAHOKtE. FIA,, JUMBO ''
r : With SS e* Mere Order ry o ; Florida Products r
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__- ". .' .L .4,'- Week Celery. rrf, atlt"lOc \
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Ajml 27 May 2nd ,r J1 ''t+a Kou ,,, r f

ii} H-I-( Drink 4 : lJ'2: : $1 00 J

:..... 5 .' LWtr..CMke r'. FreeaTwiMSWEIMAN0 a 'f

r 15 12.r.Ga fOO Cre ey Seweth r Detergent
Chek Drinks SAVE za. Ice Cream


: : Milk .He.lie SAVEIc.IT.C-*few 10 C iiI) NWf Sloo ARROWCuPlif.SAVI 20 3 9 C

FROM ORLANDO .U..H 0.. Yew Cheke
- 00 .\ t, e*Mer. ..
Preserves 3: "s-Ct': $1 SAVE!

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Cream Pies. -. 3 f 100 Sliced con. u. 49' ;; u... .... ftc
j Delight 6 '- 100 1 "r'al-iJ \
_ Orange Pork Chops. u. 6ge a FtOM TAMPA. OIL
Green Beans 5
= .
: \ Vegetables ,...... 7 Meat MEMPHIS.. TINN. ASSORTED COLORS lAYS 23.
: FROM GEORGIA JESSE JEWEL FROZEN S1L Bologna 12..><.".. 45 Towels 3 r.'aIa..... 101
Kleenex .....
.. Meat Pies 4. .* ..* 69cFROM .. '' .. u.It M I
-: KENTUCKY,MORTON OLD FASHIONBread Dept. ....- 7......
Elbow Macaroni lOc1w
Dough 3 ufc.ue 59c Moat Loaf ''a..I. 89 SAYI 2,
: FROM TAMPA. TAANOMrs Sweef Potatoes sAvt 7 '17c
4 DAIRY io.f A2K .... l2 rptoum HAMtoact --11rN
,.. M..t u.t $ FIOM Gcoiou.; 01
SAUISCAMIXlf+ fJerib i 22... .*
: Cress SpraaJ .' UM.Ce* 59c Cra4e; ALARGE fIerI FROM CCOtOIA. IYKES \ / .
Picnicsj-.. 411e ,' : : '2 *.. SiM
4 39
.ROMH..c.uouHA.OAaJH"GOOO Stew .3
it! Beef .jr. .v. .
SAY I 6c.
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i tOO CJmtA T8T VAUft ST AMMw*' 2'; FROM ALACMUA. COTfLANCTS HOT CHI MAO bras Buttermilk Bread 2 :&:: 29c

! &..iJ!'M';", slt, F HL 89 Bo SIIDSIIII -39* 1 HQMIORIDA Bread. DUCK DARLINORaisin . >.uef" 29c ,

: _,, ,,,, ,, FROM G O e 1.s'. FROM TfNW., ASSOniO COLORS KLfENIX J
! HUMS .JT ga< 3 : '49c
::2 'us s. Facial Tissue : .
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6-B ..*. -,. THE. ACADIAN. Arcadia, Florida, Thursday, April 30,.1964 .,
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Y This Series' Of 'Church Pages Is Brought to Yen ,Each Week Through The Cooperation! .ff l'.ete'! Public Spirited; ..Business! ':::;;

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1 i ,. ,People, Whb Believe That. The Church Represents The Greatest Force 'In Every .CommunityLefebvre ? ., :"..1

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:Electric Service Co. A
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Elect.Ie Supplies Sate & ServiceMotor
Taylors Super tte
ft Pump Repair
SUNDAYSunday Y Rev. JEM Masele, Vicar I
I 29 W. Magnolia" WA 8-8261
School 10:00: a.m. SUNDAY 908 W. Hickory WA 8-8381 ;

Morning Service' 11:00( a.m. ):OO a.m. Choral Eucharist: Where We FeatureSPECIAt.." Week End

/ THURSDAYY.P.E. 1:13: a.m. Holy Communion. Prices Six Days A Week
7:30: p.m. 1:15: a.m. Sunday School
I i; /:30 p.m. Evensong: -
1 DeSoto National Bank WEDNESDAYS :

TORT OODtN METHODIS1 s L 9 ..m. Holy Communion
of ArcadiaServing
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CHURCH 9:30: Spiritual Healing t.
<< DeSoto County With 4
Progressive. Banking Since' 19O7 SUNDAY B. W. "Bud" Skates Roofing Co. .J
Sunday School, 1000: a.m. 4Yrt
1 Morning Service 11:00: ..Ift. HURCH Of JESUS: CHRIST Complete Roofing Service

WEDNESDAY LATTER DAY SAINTS' Route 3 Box 590A WA 9-2104 ..
Prayer Service 7 JO p.m. & we Sunday. School 10:00: a. m Warehouse Nocatee 4.I
Arcadia Woman Club 4.t tt
Nocotee Cities ServiceCities Sacrament: Meeting 6OO: p.m.

Service Products' FORT OOD'N BAPTIST d Cortex Road BrSdenton *

Meat Groceries Ice Bait CHURCHRev. } 1 -- i_--- --4* I I.
J. N. Ollbreath .
I Fishing t
Nocatee. Via. WA 9-3191 Sunday School I 10 am. Werner Hickory) and Whldden First Federal Savings & Loan t
Morning Worship II .m.
1 Training Union 6.30: p.m. : ; SUNDAY Association of DeSoto County C
I Bible School 10:00: ajn. .
Evening Worship 730: pjn.
\ WEDNESDAY!!: bITWO Morning Worship 11:00: ajn. In Arcadia At The Sign of The Big ,I t

Prayer Service 7.30: ,p.m. ...; Evening 'W rsblp 8JO: p.m. Clock With The Chimes 'r!' I l

1\, Gulf Naval Stores Company J. '.". venlng WEDNESDAY Bible Study 7i$0:$ pjn. .'

I "'-,. We Invite YOU to worship ,
Nocatee. FloridaBrantley's OUTHSIDC BAPTISTCHURCH 't ji with us.FIRST. ,

-. South Hili....'."..h Avenue 1'V" t
} Offlc..1'. ..... Sft24l I II II ASSEMBLY OF GOb Rolls' Service StationStandard
SUNDAY I Oil Products Atlas Tires .
Sunday School 9.49: a.m. I (' ..m. and BatteriesWashing _
School 9:45
I Morning Worship 11:00: aja. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Greasing Tire Repair 1. it
Gulf ServiceFriendly Training Union 8:18: pjn. &SUNDAY! o.k.nd Brevard WA S-8141 '. f:

Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. J: el"U. Service: 7:30 pjn. ..
Service ..
i; I WEDNESDAY ,.. !.. I.*
Lubrication Tires Batteries
I Mld-Weelc Worship 730; pjn. Prayer and Praia Servicetao .
Ii 1 N. Brevard WA 9-B591 p.m. t


&Sunday! School 10.00: ajn.Morning CHURCH _-

:E. T. Smith Hardware Co. Worship 11:00: a.m. vrmav 8/8LZ 4a .. -........)".70.eft .... Arcadia Florida -.-.-.,r.:: ......" -m.--.......
I i'I f Pittsburgh Bun Proof Paint Sato. Price 'I 'Evening;TUESDAYPrays Worship: 700; p.m;' '' V cosniUMS .. etM seas.etrs. ".,. Orden SUNDAY. Rke.; Pastor f;
I .4 .peer .7cY
S&.M per Gallon t
7:30 :
Service : p.m. \
Pittsburgh iV'-x Wall Paint Sato Pries Sunday School 9:43: ajn. ..
t&M per TIWILSDAYYOur.3 Morning Worship 11:00 ......
24 Oak Street G.lioWA a271a ;: People Service 7l3C; pm.NOG Training Union S3O: pjn. E
One thing that really concerns'' this sin. not his sin from some sickness. Evening Worship 740: pjn. }

k. \ ., writer about modern life is how sin U He would havo been far better off to WEDNESDAY Davis Hardware Co.1 E
AT 81 BAPTIST constantly called sickness.A man commits sob gut his heart in contrition before Prayer Service 730 DJn. .

CHURCH aomo moral outrage and they say God and for his sin than to .excuse Hardware Paints Plumbing Supplies W
'Roberts Grady Funerat Home .SUNDAY he .is sick-they even tell him that.I his conduct on the grounds 'of illness. BETHEL MISSIONARY
t Sunday School 9:43 SJtu went to ice A man some time ago Horn. 6:12: says: "By one man sin entered .A *TST| CHURCH 114 W X>ak &St.! WA 9-8471 ,.

j' :24 Hour Ambulant Service) Morning Training Worship; Union 8:45.11O: : p.m.a.m. who had fallen Into unspeakable immorality into the world and death by'sin1 44 Cypress. S4. A 'aw

10*+ N. Erevan Av. VTA B-4MI Evening:{ ; Worship 7:49: pjn.FIRST .and It had caught Up' with and Rom. 6:23" says: "The wages of Nertn" Re.er.. A... \t
i., .4 him. For years his aanctlmonoou life sin, Is death. SUNDAY "
w had been a sham: now the mask was The that while there Sunday School 9:43 ajn. ...

t-; BAPTIST CHURCHRev. torn off and he was in trouble-real may be differences in the kinds of Moraine Worship' 11.-OO: ajnEvening Lino Ho1tzendorf. -
Worship 73O:: p.m..WEDNESDAY :
trouble. sins commit. in the of
BKeeaarel Bryan deep we or degrees ,
Bill Kelly N. s.lk &, HI.k.rySUNDAY I had been telling him that now his our sin Horn. 3:23: declares that there Prayer Service 73O: pjn.ROWNVILLB eslgnsad S
I best course wan to make a clean confession Is no difference in this that "all. have Floral D Corsarse p

,30 Yeara Experience In Livestock Sunday. School 9:49: ..... -to the courts and to God. Out sinned and come short of the gloryof 13 E. Magnolia 1 and Potted YWA' 8-1431 T
,t I Dealer and Order Buyer Morning Worship 11.-00: ...... someone' else had rotten to him first. Cod." BAFTISTCHURCH :.

Box I DOt Arcadia VTA 9-281 Training Union 8:48: pja.Evening1 While he listened this man had told That's. why we are so pleased and :
WnrMUp BttO: pjn. his, wife: "You must get Jim to sea proud to proclaim "the gospel of the SUNDAY :

W..k WEDNESDAY:10 that he'a sick and need help. I'm not grace of God" how Christ paid the Sunday School OOO: SJBUMorninc I
MIct- Service t
pjn.NOCATKK condoning what he haa done but I'm penalty for our sin that we might Worship 11:09: \ .....
hopeful that if ha gets the proper have a perfect standing before a holy Training Union SJO: pjn. Pine Point Restaurant Ice
Von Petten & Son help he can be cured." God -being Justified freely by His LYeI Worship JO ....

., METHODIST What a way to evade the sin question grace through the redemption that is WEDNESDAY: John A. McShoeban: I .
Funeral Homo CHURCH t Of course the man was sl<'k-I in Christ Jesus'*'(Horn. 3:24)."Thanks. Prayer Jk Bible Study T.34: pjn.AKCADIA .
SUNDAY Imagine you and I would b, sick tot be unto God for His unspeakable gift!I' -Be'A Good Neighbor r

: SOS E.: Oak Street WA 8- SslLoiihley Sunday Worship School 10:00 tl.-OO: : ajn.Mornlnc ....... If wo lived aa he had. Hut 'let's get this (II, Cor. DUG. REVtVAL.TABERNACLE .
straight: His sickness came from his -
Youth Service 7.3O: ....
tri W. Oak Street
Prayer Service) 7JO: p\av ,Undenominational Full Gapes I
Farm Service, Inc. CHURCH Pell and a..*.*.. Morning Worship 11:00: ..... "W. T. Wynn & Son_ Plumbing Co.Plurnhlag ;
Your -PtmmA- Dealer (Merob..i. %K... uthernfcaetl (In Owe..e) SUNDAY Prayer fee nVa Sick ,. _
Garden and Farm PINS CHRISTIAN CHURCH .** C."v.ntl.,,) SUNDAY Sunday School a:45: i.... JTa..mu: Service no pjn. Septic Tanks :
24 8. Brevard Arcadia' Supp11A t-un .aa* Maal. Street I. Villa, RteaBretne I In MertK. Hllle...*.ta.H Avo.AreetfU. Sunday School 10,OO a..... !Morning Worship 11:00: i. Sales Service) Parts
Taylor St. Punta Oorda NC 1-D171 M. But*** ",....* Morning Worship 110 ..... N.Y.PJS. sic: All H. Brevard WA 9-141 !
Schedule of Services Training Union .:3O p.m. Evening Service ?p.Id.p.m..
.... School 98: ...... SUNDAY' Evening: Worship 730: pea. TUESDAY CHURCH ,

Morning. Worship IOU: .am.Jtswlor .... Sunday. School 93 axo.ftf WEDNESDAY: .CDt...* Prayer Meeting Wee took ... at Ora.t. Avo.rlev. .
Church IOU Prayer Service TOO 73O: .,..,... .
Youth. Xtetlng SJO """4ng Worship 11:00: .... : pjn. : Raytweod HayeeIEUN33AY
Training Union tSO pjn. '
Sunny South Packing Company .. *.* Worship 7S: pea.MidW xvaalns> Worship. 7:JO pjn Service CHRISTIAN are being SCIENCE held by Meeting 7JO: PM- Sunday Sctootfl B-43- ajn.Momlatf 'Arcadian! ,.

..k tray.rY. WEDNESDAY: an informs group o< ChrtstUnSctvntlsu Worship 11:00.... For ta* Finest" la Quality Prtetlnsi
M..ua.c and Bible .
Florida 909 Ftaje CHURCH OF GOD MYPSrlSpjn.Ewnlag 2V7.SOS West vale StreetARCADIA
PassTEMPLE Study 7 JO pun. on Sunday morning ... : Worship 7:OS son. :1 r.
R R.Net J. J.asweEast FXjOftlDA
at 11 o'clock. In.1M VTW HaU THURSDAY.Yxvenhg : : ,.. -- WA f-SJOl
East c, ... Oak StreetPk4 -
on street opposite Prayer' .
All Ia.t.
BAPTIST CHURCH water tourer. -
SUNDAY ,..... ... aremost cordially' tae T pmFIRST a
Me Mitt Ave -
r essaassr..wr.rFustell's ** fWnday School IttOO;: ajn.Mr Radio Broadcast. SJO .....
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to attend.ARCADlV
ar} 1iM'C. C....... P eaterSUNDAY
lnc warship. !!. ....
Sunday School. S-4> am3Moredng PRWBYTERANCHURCH .=
Frozen .Food
| Center Tteteia Union a:1O: pea .."aNT'H.DAVADvaNTlaT Wav-shlp. II ajn.Xwnlng _
',1.. ) ''latVn. Wn. ---I.y-e.... Sunday School ,IftM(aoavMomlikC Eveekng Worship TIM pm CHURCH W.+ttin 1':00: ..... O*.eei.. City Matt SorreHs Bros. Pocking Co.,
bi tbOkoe Lot WEDNESDAYPv.9er ; Paste R.i*%, J. L.rave
pl' For Your locker. or' Horn FreerCart Sevres It.-OO: a jo.XveainaT tU .. "... SUNDAY Packer aced citrus 1nc.1 1
Servtree T9O: pju.WEONSSDAY Senrkc TJO ..... Mtdtery Prayer ateeunc. 7OO; pum.FRIOAY jnd7. Street. SS: njn.trft Saippers of
:. .* rom Field Kd WA S4J41Smith' SATURDAY ..
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"= -. Prayer Meeting T-JO pua CHURCH: O* THE BRKTHRtN 8.bt>*ih 8choM .. Y.F.E. ?:: '9 pnvMVAKKA .nlng y r t>to T3S: pjn.Ewnnvr .. WA j
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\ : Rene ...*.tt L. Errs, feeler Service 11 era. CITY WI93KCSOATT3O I

I .' eT. 9>AUU* CATMOUO SUNDAY WWN7 GAYFrayeeM.niog METHODIST CHURCH pm dnrtaaj e4 Year
t' I 'X-Cel' StOre'I' CHURCH a..Ia7 School sse .... Tao. pw- Rewt L. w. C....... e>..*.. f
ate*.*. a4 WlkMtfeej )Mesta; Weobi0. 1190 as4METHODIST MIAKKAMETHODIST' Sunday ...... !". ajn.Momlnc Friendly She Dealers
, Fend R'nrh SupplUaea Linda M..... T.... 11 ftVTaefcday CHURCH WervMp. ll. e ..... MT. PLEASANT BATriBTCHUftCH WM Alai 1asd1. ..lsasassm
. TrAr M9'i tUJttfra -UTW.M jtr Me toEtap Maae tl" sus. ">IN E LEVEL R.. L. w. c.nv.r.. .>>,>.. liable. sntdy. Tae> pm. v '2'1Ne' shad BLtsetis C.a. 'ir 1
We Maao eo Ttnaday sad CHURCH Sunday Srno 4. p a.... FR4OAYOkonr DesvIoar tad Staadty 1 ..
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THE ARCADIAN. Arcdia, Florida. Thursday, April! 30, 1964 7-B J
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I Myakka City Hews' I :i -i, (Paid Political/ Advertisement)

Young ReasonsfVhy ]
I (Continued from pagi 2-B) sang two specials. ReV. O. O.
I instruments and an afternoon Roberts sang one special and ,
I of music was enjoyed; by all. was accompanied by his wife. +vr Believes In Crime Prevention
Mrs. Emily Putnal's room Mrs. LotUe Robert's on the
7th and 8th grades have just piano.
I finished studying about the Ctjvil "' "
. War. Thursday they went Mr and Mrs. Doek Hawkins ts
" Ion a field trip to the Gamble went salt water lithnj on Sun
Mansion to complete their stu- day.
Jdy of the Civil War. This mansion s ./r I
Mrs. Gerry Daniels and her w
consists of antique war
son mir spent the 'weekend
I weapons and money also .of with her partnUwJtfr. aril Mrs.
I the old constitution and bier Clayton Kinslow.
tires of all the presidents and
|generals.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gene White ,
from Bradenton were out visa a w t '
Ora Taylor had bad ing his mother Mrs. White on + 1
I luck this week and cut her '
(foot with glass. Sunday afternoon. I
Mr. and Mrs. David Thorp
The St hand 8th grades and from Bradenton also visited
their teacher. Mrs. Seeora. are with Mrs. Thorp's parents1 this
to "The Cars of Yesterday'
weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Clay.
on Monday. It also has ton Kinslow. Mrs. Thorp also
antique musical Instruments.
attended church
over in Arcadia
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A Mrs. Ida Faygen has been on Sunday. -- --,.!L : ama
. Ack. Hope she is soon well afain. Miss Eddie \ .. maN
Lendscy. Miss
SPECIAL BUFFET j'PEUlfore junior class memLors. Junior sponsorsnwHted
Sharon McLeod. Mrs. Kay Tay with the banquet Wl'reV.. \V. "f' Na
than 200 juniors seniors faculty members : .-
Mrs. Judie Mancss ..
a!There the Methodist were several Church visitors on cave a bridal shower for Miss and school board members were Marsha Combs Gail Mrs.Jones Winifred and Miss llyer: Patricia Altai Meet the' Schaubs; Cathy, Evely ir, aisfy, Mike t Frank* and FredBelieves /0"
Sunday.On Ivah Taylor II.t'Tho Myakka guests at a buffet supper Thursday. aN
City Youth Center on April Food was prepared by mothers of the Millican.:
Saturday night at the 25th. Many of this community SCHAUB
Detheny sing; there were several went fishing on Saturday and : -
had good luck. Miami and Mr. Alfred Rek Na
specials given Miss Mary Na
and thiUlren.llrndnc 5
Francis Hill played two songs The reports of the Sandy Hews From Ft.. OgdenMRS. Held is alaylng whl) Law Enforcement .in our npo>t important )kovern mental service. IIII
on the accordian. Irish Amlong Baptist Church were good for
led two song's as specials. Aunt this Sunday. They had a lot his grandmother and helpn. An experienced l, working and dedicated: State Attorney I la needed/'or/ .good ItIt
Dora Pope and her quartet of visitors with them. VEnA dDwNs Mr. aad Mrs Len Williams with some grove work. law enforcement. .. It
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ells- were Wauchula on business Miss Wanda Cot Una visits ..
: = Mr. Letfie Handcock visited worth spent Friday of lat last Friday. Cindy Cline of Arcadia Saturday Good! law enforcement results In Crlmo: troventlon. -
4I .. ...... with his mother. Mrs. neb kUand
sae r <<
!I: r' -ll ocIc.RADIATOR. week In Fort Myers on business. Miss Donna Jean Harris of alterndon. e Our Circuit' U: the IprgestIn; the Stnle of Florida] ; the 8 counties: of --
t Boca Or.nde Visited her grand Mrs. Brnlrva Ituckeby o N
this Circuit must hate, an experienced mature and competent State: "
i FAMILYPLEASER Mr. .and Mrs. Ira M cClung mother Mrs. Velma Daush- Clevclana s$eut Monday will a
i i tot Pine Island visited Mf. AndMrs trey during the weekend; Mrs. Mollie: Collins. Attorney.In .a.
t I I 1 I day. afternon Donald ,Ellsworth of last on week.Sun- Bee Ve Ann. Michel. Kathy Mrs. Georgia Palany is stay these eight counties problems and mistakes occur that require, the IIII

.t. I IE Baby Don Ellsworth spent Sue and Theresa Call of Ft. ins! with Mr. and Mrs. Terry' mature attention of your State Attorney. .a-
1\1"8: srtent from Friday until Collins thts w...... Mrs. F.Lan3'' ra
I Iguests, tool CLEANINGand several days last week with .
1 h-a grandparents; Mr. and Mr*. Sunday evening with their is on the sick list. The $l'Cnon.homn and property of our famllUm can only be; protected a l..r-
t BrI'ht tasting but not 1I I Donald Ellsworth while his Kranuparenti,. Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Sin Elmer: Thorn by ccin|>etent law enforcement.
l sharp.K ra1I Preach is the mother Nras a patient at the Harold Thomas, They brought ton were In fort Myvra Muse r w e..It.
I' I on.that ft'n1IbodlllikN- Arcadia General hospital: their bicycles and aoyed. the day. ..
kids.and trown-ups.. too. REPAIRINGGUARANTEED A dedication of the Fort I''weekend here.A J
It's far"and( away the Winder road: will be held May barbecue honoring Mr. 'Jre-elect> FRANK SCHAUBYour ra
H 8th at the river bridge at 12 dUck Thomas on his birthdaywas
favorite 1 held evening at Talc It
I o'clock: following this event Bulldogs If
the annual May Day picnic his horn Others enjoying the '

1..t I I ,. WORK I will Everyone be held Invited at Kings to Park.come were occasion: : Mrs.with Thomas Mr. Mr.Thomas and (Continued from pate 1.11) EicserleiKerf StaVe"'XttsfMy l -I'

. It brine a basket and enjoy the Mrs. Harold Thomas and family friendly, note from the senior ... .... ..t. I'a I'N
of Clewlston. Mr. and Mrs. boys the other day, introducing I '(Paid Far By "haull Cantaalsn .IeA1l
I.r I Pick Up and Delivery day.Mrs.. Etta Lanier went to Herman Call and children' of him'to scissors. .

I 1 Tampa Monday to visit Miss Fort Myers and Mr. RenderIon .
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I.: I Icaan MEYERRADIATOR Mary Lou Lanier a few da,.. Durrance. aii
1 iar.Uloazaro j Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ness of Visiting Mrs. II. B. Reid and PAID POLITICAL ADVKRTItlMINT ii.N ii
" I :ti 1 SERVICE Englewood and Mr. and Mrs. Ray during the weekend: Mr.I n
I PHONE WA9.1341 Woods and son of Baton and Mrs. W I. Ferryman. Mrs. ....
Mass visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Libby Reid and children Mr.
Your Vote And Influence Re-elect
.: I 1t 1 Block North ., Bamwell last Wednesday and Mrs. Jenrlght and Mrs.of I ..j
Heidi grandmother
.. 1.-- LJ Oak Ridge Cemetery I evening.. Libby -.:
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(Paid Political. AaVertUementr :: DICK ..
w G. W. ( ) WILLIAMSII M.r.

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ESTATE SWINGS As Your Senator, 27th District, r -a..

For A Second Term May 5,1964 Will Be Very Mtidk! Appreciated a a.

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.TO MATHEWS ?J t I"t., l'* .iJ.j1 .
lUlow are some of the accomplishment of your Senator .artM

a It I. 8fM>nsorvd! many bllla to help the Citrus Industry., such silt '''\\1'11II' S S

Papers in Heavy Vote Areas En dorse Mathews Oi Basis Of 1. Increased bond for buyers. S M
.. 2. Htrlcter laws to curb stealing' of fruit. ., .ae
t.f :3. Stops_-" citrus nvjecU. from being. sold. In the fresh fruit ehannehj. and,.many other, laws
: Record and Qualifications. : that have helped the Industry. w "' -

L. IL Co-aponMored. MI a member of. the House livestock, CommUlrv. the HOUM bill'to eradicate, thcrewworm "'V
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,. I III. Beloit on It.. IubHc& 1Mutilon' Commit t..no'Lei.flF.).tiv. f.>MlorMJrutw always' been 8 f n-nJ NS
17. 1t4MWe atralffht-A student. to our xhooU And ad....'.. Also 'In the lad MMaion, co*-(K>naorea In til.* if''na'. the 7&.3law ..
the franknesae of this Navy veteran
., like) once >thAt will local bartten 'In'the futurir. : .*.
help our property tax f
(Bronze Star), Methodist lay minister and devoted family man. \V0 believe ,; u :
he .la capable of providing[ the leadership our state needs, of presenting an IV. Increased.. benefits to our 5.nJor CllUrn on Wrt/ar. from a maximum o'f f flfl to 970 also, aas3'aS
)! attractive image to other parts of the nation and Instilling confidence In provided more hoa pi UJ tuition for them by establishing K rr >IUU program m the al.t..

; to Florida Florida government.needs John Mathewa and we recommend him. as the most outfit' V. helped to mUUUh a IHibMe Def,nd.r Program. -S.

;. standinjr candidate for governor on the May 5 ballot. VL CoHrponsor a bHl to conaolklat. the lax revenue coll. .ctkin of the Comptroller awl thrctary .... e a

of 8Ut S a
,. VII. CcHponeorecLltMt Value Aa 4M mant Law. .

; THETAMPA'TRIBUNE : VIII. Introduced and vponaorcd Ouldww: fUcrtatJonaJ flUI -a that will prorld.place*-for fishing. -1' ,,

APRIL If. 1t4 #" hunting boattojr CJUnolnff and other raratl for our eU........ ...
)f.atlwwapublic record and hla personal) hUtory lead ua to believe ..' the auHiort
"Senator IX. HJrd. paa*a BuM! Coda Law Cufnml. nra hav. it> com uad --
that he would aa Governor rire Florida the leadership problems"' F ..r it or aoi. .. .a.

_,. demand and Ita opportualUea deserve. : Jot', X. Bponaorwl !In the 8cnat u two a of the atroftcwt. b&U on. ,po/lut/ on.of.I'rt'r I Illyvr.thai'' kav.; ...

ever p.a.sd. SS
'Inernaatd jxnaHy of old law from JS O t/HI3.DOO.) t. ..
:- : z. Gave Game ComntUaioo fight to *.**** damage OOTMT and tam III tiS bOI to vlolatonR, R..
f XI Through r pportlopm*nt of the LcJaltur*. IIIghlajMU County. wa.. ut pfC from Uio 27thDUtrk4 .:
"""' '1>> 4 AP lL it. tt.4 TM .lit b.a baa Mp for the otb.r eountiM In the iHitrkl... ,I", -..

'!'f'' *The fl0*!* tTmsHy endorsee Mathews for theo ...*......: Matflws wBt ,. XI'L Ifav and AHrajnt wW.vt t,. and work w ft h our man!] co ntt...*8o w_'rnTght k.e>p Utt cft' ck -
be a more effective governor than any of UM other candidate Mathews sad balance. .,.tans of our Ro"rnmenitgtandss1/ by our founding.. Kathcra.r NS

j baa the best record of aceompHahrnenta valuable to Florida. Mathewa la the ..,... ', .... XJIL FulMNit..r.na..fjaf'4 JNMM -#> abmift 13 sullen of Racal TO, 'f: art 4iIllllato Oxifity HIM ..
t -. most knowledxeable candidate oa FlorWUV proUema and way to solve. to fTla-bway ft. wm' ...kjuac m* hard to secure Id mOwaV.*t of. LMfoto. .County. In Man,' --
them. Mathews aaa conducted the toast*forthright campaign. Mathews, is apolitical ..,. Couaty.->lao wW .Mp. to secure Arcadia to NocaUM road.XIV. f, .
,- doert. not 'iewmlsfr ... .. '
PaatMd /fa the. S.oat. several galore, for ou r fltat Ifawpftal. Worlitra durfny **y first torus.r .
XV. K..fp.d intfara. MM. faBowlag amount for our UtaU Jro.pU.h S-
Prf rielt. must hove the best qualified mtij for Governor h 1M 1963AdmlastrmUoo '

.. MJM&OOi Capital yap.ndituto (BuU Mnn.) 1T7S.OW. t It
<& Tt* Mathews Victory Merclret. "-y 5 1949 1 3AdmlaatraUoo ..:. .it. '
l, >fT.999/409) Capital, Kap nditur. VtHe Fer JOHN E. "Jack" MATHEWS Rest Qualified Fer Governor I.ti I;

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r, J' ",I Sweet Potatoes no V/fio*. g_ 19c

,I Red Kidney Bec::;s 4 40 Cans osit '$1'

.. OVEN FRESF.t Sweet Corn Who Cream:.Kernel or 7 Cans 301 $1'

BAKERYSPECIALS Spinach I .o O c.n.303- .$1 l
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) % Sweet!: Peas 7 cans *1

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r-F ':' r:' l Rolls- ICadn+;t T lllUfiioC9 I Ie 5Upl 02. 150

Scott R >> #300 I
1iey He-mis can 1 0 CJITissue

9 r. -. Bread 5 20':; $1. 2 Tomatoes. caa 37-$1
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Shortening C-n ; un unu can -_

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f: ,Pinto Beans J: 1Oe
: ,. UMIT ONE WITH $51X3
Jumbo: I Limas can 4 4
.$ gh.tti. .. "& 10;)* ,. .. Table King Sliced Ba onWhit.

., Hominy 2* 10C : : i-lb. 3eTABLERITE 2ulb. RtqularTlu" k 9.9ci.

, G.reens. TURNIP MUSTARD-COLLARD C 300 nCWOICE 1 c' :.: r F rNJe1l.if-e CENTER CUT RIB K t

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North'n Beans 10 .

.WHOL Black.y: d Peas J:l C !2 1 tOllllOAST U'. 5 C

White':..Potatoes c..1 C. V J ,
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Pork Steaks ..,49e
: Margarine v uurtii\i aixi t.Spare :
k, Pork Roast Betlon. But- ...49c. P01I LOINS nlhs..1b.

Beef 3 .. $1.29 SMALL LEAN '
J\1TE 1.lb. jJ Fresh Grrand
; E pkv. .. ; For Your ; WVoUor 49 Spare Rihs..1b.49r'
I' .P ; Whole. Beef RoundsLykes k.. '".69c HUM

:",,2 I Budget Sliced Bacon n,35c FIRST CUT

i I dos. f BIS / iTS Pork Chops 39'.KRAFT '
( ., R... LYKES 12.. '
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; PRESERVES . .11.a 39c f oz N

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I .icn COOKING A FT OIL .: .-. a 3 9 19 5 3 9 ..1.. SIRLOIN STEAK .. 89c:l
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MO TOH PLAIN w IOOCOO 2. 6()%. 9 -
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S.TEL'IEAUrv' : SOAP 1Z... $1 4. ::' \' __ . ..lmpsy
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FREE_ :. Shirts Onl* $1 59- "" ,TABLE ION6French ,
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SKIP SEALER POLISH .... i' ; : : $Mal.................. Fries ':ly, :>z. 2.9t.' c
loth $1.29 ,
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\ Yes Arcadia folk love Arcadia but we aisw on- -". ...

,seehow the'other half so to speak. lvo sea a ,,",,'
itO places. I enjoy getting card from my ...... fe..f!' t
!!?- !far away places. Had a card but week from Dom at**.
Aole.. She had been visiting in W....... and VMS, I
"R.164r way with Don Robert Eberaole. wife and d-
-Carrie, to White Plains. New York. where they ft-
_Jk*' ll8pend: a few day with the John Kbenntec. and tak. a
VfTthe Fair in New York while t........ E-ftniUW frtWisconsin :
% they visited friends In Chicago m the wa 4 .f
4tt': Niagara Falls. Dora said that it had brow .*>-.J

'weather all the way. We have had a rather... Jot ,l ,.....
,tH.. and on Monday the air was chilly to ... ""'"
,. en I had a little note from my neighbors. Qari.ie .
; .1 Neva Howe,who have arrived at their ausans_ Ii. i itoiendallville
Indiana. They drove from beret torn* .'
r roe! In two days now that t* driving. JEtxt ..." -. 4
time myself on a trip. but driving from hem Me s R
(_:'about 6:4$ A. )f.. and getting iaUfeno. Ckattesomiri.weiisiiil.

.: .,' for the night and at .:.IO P. J4U sea
r. ,.,. alnbt' not let much grass crow under. your car ;- I "C JUt Aiken ..
". "> *
I.be I..t. r oft I JJain
.' ": -Jr. { GRADUATION>frE AGAIN Mir Brenda Aikc ,., ...
.Aropnjf,th.1 H4*"> gra Jusf<4 fetCVny ftrr.. at dime ., ,. ..
.red ;oC-rJfru'S d '11. Florfcia StJrt"' Crittw'raitywwc Engaged To Johr Roy Lucas ft"

,,Jn Larue r Fischbach. IIH ed, and X...... then I'"acker I'

-. ? a.CUID Laude) liS arts.anal-> Ub err taco a lit Adheres. 'Jwp Pwnd-Ieton. C UfM '
imonjc the irraduating caona i _ifcawet t* CM&nr* aieewsgl.. .aeweotM some als.wrr0. IAMAS grads ate atitirA .---.
oi Leo. Florida will be Chains wx I6* *n4* ..*..*. .. ere fill 61111110 11 ".1 High Sh !i., and John Parker, ,Jr:atlfwf .. ewe..-.4...... ..aadMK Is also a tare.C.eserel ', .. 'H"
ssoclat4 \in Am degree at OWNS*** l .. ....... JU. 111- A ay hus" in the U. S. Maeda.Cntpth ,' .--"
T ton Friday. May |. *.* *:**. .t k z.E' lie i. now .t.UIJIMIIt at .....
*'* *" 8Tt1DfNW ... c..p Prndl< ... ...... -- ..
AT CLAItf t jag t of his tour of duly
aarae.... a .... s.s-4 ........a. "" 1<::
Arc Valiew saware ea .
omits .
.- t eke Jam ..... .... irk far{ aIle Wedding plan have bern .. .
: ..* a Il.iiwewr.A set for June 23. The couple ,, ', .
_:acitotot hi M recital IF slat lfr ily snags ...ap.. ::: ... LJIJII IAtlaa.etas win reside In Oceanside, C.HfwnUI 51. r.
e g. Mayvl. St.ewtfiirTheiThoWorld eta as IAatnar tbtire' .. the end of Mr. Lucas veer .... e iIIII. d
Is wan_ 406"40. .. ft ltere, ........ "tm.nt on Feb. I, It"'3. Th y toe. art e.
J 'reekart k ...... ...... c.- teen, .s ifiattisasd .t ..tfl then r.fnm to Minneapolis car T .I",
.der aft. I *. make their home.ntonAutry Mr. JIIII"
.... u. t y t
... 1afll mm .. r" r u .... lttMru I .I.oIul."f. !'.,
C DtIert.-.f. .... c... Q.,..." u t s.w.
R*: KC
M TIC { :;. + WeddingAfterrioon
'f '" .. ,. E3 t.
'fV. Not lomr alga theNit" ", A WlA'tX1: h T 1.i,
to a plet4re or a ..........d t..tIJ I iii! JJ fn a 40001"410 e t. raw
=. 'f -tl.tw.ffrr d a pries far tJwfftcteaf best hianksCm :J M.
... -' diwastrctw Lace ......... .... ......... Darr ...ease."swr The lupteaslve four p. m.aubl .

;: =. ""t' ....... 1e>vd from OtAmheeea ..''geed' 1M tear 1100s..t vrWhes at AuteyActf ..rln ceremony w.. p.rorm -
'With thh graphic .......' ftt atwre/st1 wfty wu, .d by The Reverend Dren-
art teas ...... M wM &e WMUBrctl
.t = Jet..,. .a.w, /eaten ..... Qat tlte.rte tyreaat.. agar Met non Cottlngham in the Urge
.. r-art
..: .too big tefww.Grasa = htm w..r w....... Wind tnt nnr n.. =-' Z the of family room before on arch
palms and .
-'. geese Akeew-no.w+. Wkinfew ...... ...... iw Mr, W... *, UU candlelabra white thry with.anUtemum
sonic .Whole rIMe .,...._to ..... lilt *. No..... N at A :.f W.. UihteU taper all covered .,1'
.Irony. 'indian 'n.' I....... ........ K.,isiIn tfvc .... ...... pink roM Wedding music Tbc Wt,
'. ...1sot v.... .1ttcHuJ eat ......... Hid. ..... p.... f'4Make So sew
""-! .t"'" w4is. AN flaw .... ....... aver /eels t.., t_ ales
; N4erlL.: life hitch ..... Je... V09tttt; M.
a dam Igo ist' d's'. Whiten man heap byway "t -1t lit .,.
W 1IB-K.JItt IN tiIFIvkliMrd. # :.
.. .
( H. I'.) Flevia..re.t' with tare till -.. t
hear .u wee.4.INA Visit with ...... Ikea........ I p- .,
stead 'men i".. a.t 6 ..... 07091tad a 3ktNei -:::- ok

Leehle. ad. sea weal hg tiireeesl.. teat leans C
Oat letet as hanl a rain a* I **... sj ..... art
0r'i s iets.rii ...... eee.a brewo $..rrshtlS>iwA.eanicer..., w "

'sad bar s*.4-. Cuawi sad CawwawU Iliad
Orlando a4 rtirws wa,.* I .. I....... _tt.t ,AT ElMeets
.. sjX.frn-'lUrt*! ......iletI ..>*y peri l twit awm ssr.'
.l'.... aocsftaad.tlM MM t&a ttotl ttwiw dot
.. r day out. By fktaday afUirtMMsM I was
w'' 1 have mad. a.. assay ate* ....... tit*** awwr idea .
and. appirtiteiateP all the .Mst.* ta* do t ta4Caw4 afiamfdlwewera'pwt'1r + wr.
1M.: it's .u....' w.wft. ae ..., ,reas W.dste---r

'a; ae +gi1 t uw IS ."aam "w0..'w' She y' Arad CWwhent r
t bates bean 800"" at pnrit4lain wail Mrs Vm. )!. Autry y ..
,' Iaa t or a. C b* V a ..ws rrl Ie ... A this gaga e

a.,...keg. with 1114410 as .-rv. "r-. tear II, ...... Rolla, c.ndl.Ubra with lighted Upr beA
... iwer 3tiad trhwt taw fine "tispereig: 'fNta ..-- Sisass Lao =3 to -, and other appointments C'tbctit.c
liar Ma.... ere Deis then I easel" lit tilt owns.. ilvcr A low bowl of yellow :
"tM"nW .04411t w... &AS 4" 1160111141111110. 10.41ttn 11sMtls liter ...sm 1111.I .. wwt r roses w.. used In the centerof intoesrats'r
, i'1'..4k ...Aim lit the ..ad ... ? .. its I .... 1111100, .AI..' U the table with the beast are wrs t
. Beware... t Said iodic'treat" j rMtatrtl ilsaiyive fully decorated cake, covered
IlwM was ace at
-CftJr. n..n.
Tier Me..... yiM n M ...... ,
.. with ..Inlal,," yellow rosebuds
... foil".t01irM.Or n T lfIl iIII4I tI 11U'f'J
'are be arelsw"k ews.w am --.. at the opposite end. Mrs.Uck .
?M: tiefle .a*J "Few" ae tritis its en..m..rite a ane0 NocaMeet <
"*...alt ....Si ...e ....pe 1''. we .wt bWO& ft t.ineer b. a and Ur Welle. Kayo served Welle the served punch
man 411040110 awes ., VMMBsW .. M ....... seams-age ...., low the cake. Platters of delicious
Ape ; sa'.... --'. ... ateliM a in Pons" a trier. I ee.ass'it .......... wager e0 party sandwiches. cheese bias :
............ ..... ...... tt..rY.ARCA. .. art sod sma o.4. CtUU. party pastries. nuts and
... ...iiI*.. AtIeC,.. I 1101011111: ;:- QVQA& : mint wen on the table Tire
., .... .. .erase .... .
; WOO is Mta Tonya ", ,ton. assisted
w ..I.. ...... C*rlfsa I0 .. .J 10. at the Painr has ... ..mac .... .seas a ate her staler hostesses era Aeiaaht -
...... ft w.41iI"fw U. 4141110110110 I'1waNnrletlwt at
lbq sivia"w .aft..4.*+w ...... a" eN Mr. .
were George IU rln Mrs.
!jer row ins .atrawitriy Sell. Se turn .eraa4k'l....,Oat good -..., ..a aN ant feintaMeeeatr.ei. John York Miss Sue *Dorin*. scam"pec'.t
t il.tr esatld lW to ..., rse.ert. Alifiaarbsomart. ...i. and Mr. Lou Joen w:2eram
.lima, Ailed Pa You ...,. PHIUP PKPJMPT wW.PBp'p'W' akvmw M seeress. baetear of th. When the taut.o left for a he
!t'acrd ...... we" tcyin to Bert Baser ess.AS. ,....... so-oft ot .......... ........ beIMwo week honeymoon trip the hum 6004'Crag
lt waeaetireie114 .Wt bow .am" Steer Dictate ..soft As.60400W area bride was wearing a cranberry w..
AI'- .. .......... .-...
to ... MIl CMrewler amt" __ velyA401MANaisis keen tlcevele *ult, with along see. acs..wis
o..r...... >11w1 I #rerewe.'Mrrtl. rrlM.races 401410011e am 00010 .... tare, e.100a0g sleeved pink blouse and ta,
.ap' .# and tit Ike 11nte ath1a ...... .exam Same sire presage mft .10 sa Aso4L lot. a the urrhkt from her weddu.gbouquet. Mrs,

111 ..... "I Retiree tMt If I trees jswue...,..., ........ 4110, w ....... .'f The couple. dent w e
r tat I Three ".... ... ate now snaking all per
w wAldo aretsat .. k..4r home in T."PLrut
w't II .... 5j. .... Wr Is 1 111100. Teas eee.rreara tr6W we00rs0w ,. guests attended the
wre'ihe .... M i it. ..iwlIars.y +sea ascent a ... -eava. rrerpttoey 1.lIow..d.. llA"alAlW
M flew M ....--- boasa .aerw& r.4nb a ..thawre Iseaea.ilo and II mss
jigE*? ".....,.. i'lelr trlis a tie..... baw.rt as wear OU4 a0w ..-, .I..... 0-

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...... : C ir+etasws
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.I I < "" ta&v a teas wiwab.te east Krtk'le* toV chantre for a ie- .
t ti. twrttrwrll meal iRe.ttleefwtrer how tT r kit the one last year > a

..... ...." "Iv** wtitt Dais letter berauM my friend aniline
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