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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: May 21, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- De Soto -- Arcadia
Coordinates: 27.2175 x -81.86 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Jan. 9, 1925).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
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Florida Voters Decide For Governor Tuesday In Runoff PrimaryDeSoto -gu',,1'I. rr I,R'J f.1. :r \ rr.


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County will have no see the list of names they will top of the list. Rex Sweat and Leon White- have no preference for president Except for the Governor's

run-off votes to cast on the be called upon to vote upon. Under National Committeemen hurst. Jr. race<< in which Republicans do
county level when they go to On the Democratic ballot the thirteen- men are running. For National Committeewoman Another Delegatesatlargeand
not vote, there Is little excitement
the polls Tuesday. May 26 next Governor's race between Hay- Voters will select the one candidate four candidate are running Delegates of the 7th Congressional -
week. The decisions made by don Burns and Robert King they like best Candidates Voters must select one. District all pledged on the County level. Voter VIJ )10AMd
voters in the first primary High heads the list. Followingthis are Richard D. Barker They are Annette Baker Ann to Barry Goldwater for turnout Is expected to be W01SIH

Save the county offices to the Is the list of Delegates-at- A. G. (Al) Broderson. M Cr.mer. Nancy W. Evens president< Two National Committeemen lighter than in the first pri .HVH811 }
winning candidates by a ma- large and delegates of the 7th Napoleon B. Broward, Joe and Catherine C. McCall. } are running. Theyare mary. )

jority vote.However. Congressional District all of Carrin. Grover Cleveland. Jim On the Republican ballot In William C. (mil) Cramer Election' official in DeSoto .. ,- ., -
on the sample ballots whom are pledged to LyndonB. Fair James Jimmy James DcSoto County Republicanswill and Albert Roberts Committee County' IS precincts will be .: 1
shown elsewhere in this Johnson for president. These John J. Kennedy S L. Kil- vote for Dlegate-at- worne-rt running arc !!.!- the same as in the first pri1qary. .7, :. .".. .71. '
paper both county Republican are voted on in a bloc by marking gore Bill McCoy J n. Rodgers large and Delegates of the 7th me' :M Morris' and France C. it WM announced earlier e 'c' '...,...: ,
and Democratic voters can X in the large O at the .Jr. Elliott Roous velt. Congressional District who Salmon. thscvk.. ., ... J

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Oak Ridge Memorial Services Set; :J/ 3 Prisoners


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23 R. A. F. Cadets To Be HonoredI ).I, ., FleeThree 1)(': IOCJtI\TI(. IIOPHFUI.: : Elliott IlooacvelU

{ :/'clf prisoners. at the County second. son of ho Into President. Franklin I). Koose-'

IN |Prison Camp on the Browns- volt' ,.".u4.l and met area resident last Saturday
Memorial. Day services: for will be held May 30. at 10 a.m. The services are under the held on this day each ,...;. afternoon Itoouvrlt. one of 14 candidate seeking .
the 23 Royal Air Force Cadets Saturday. in the British plot. sponsorship of the American Invitations to families of th* Tuesday' Is election( ,IllYv.! till road' escaped' last Saturday the |MMltun| of Democratic National Committee

who died In this area of Flor- Oak Ridge Cemetery in Ar- Legion Auxiliary and the Ro- dead cadets in the British lsls hop that all of the registeredvoters night after overpoweringa locker and man. was greeted at !Municipal, airport by Mayor

ida during World War Two cadia. tary Club of Arcadia and areI have been ..tended.. The plot will go to the pulls and, stealing guard a rifling rar.' It a was reportedhrr : I'uul' I 1'. Spevr.I and led the visitors on the tourlof

? -. --. .. ---,- --. ..,..-'.'T. ...-." C was 1 ty deeded of Area tol..England.= by- th support try candidates of their this. week ..._ .. thin city. (Arcadian Photo).
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Co-sponsors of th. srCTcesare choice lie sure In make it a The uirv prisoners, r- "'
date May. 26 and VOfr.J: Green Mlrhard Jordan w n ilIktnlrl
: War Uirds of the R.A.r.
--- Attg'Ho.& mil serving up
a of Amu'' a. Royal CanadianLegion
school Is fast various charges Roosevelt
Another year to two year on Candidate
Cleveland Ohio British
: y'' H Islanders Suciat Club. lurt Hearing a close. A ntmplet over p..wer,'d 1 Clinton lleaal -
.' I II Charlotte; Royal Canadian Legion program for the DrSota County l Icy guard at I.1 midnight. 'last
II School graduating class Th locked
St. Petersburg; ScottUhSociety : High Hatiirciay. prisoners
will appear In sisal weks issue .....I.y Into the ""sweatt I
Sarasota, American
I IuD. tltlun.. Arcadia; British Le of The Itark There are' 86member. t ',.". took hi. keys soul open Visits Here Saturday
( of this years' gruduatirig rd a lutkor: in the guatdruom.
Ulll.spi.Chapter *
gluts St. Petersburg;
of British. classParents About ,2tJ in cash. a doubt
Daughters J3 riflenn.t rt,3ldrnU In round him In one of 'th. downtown
Empire. llojrsl Canadian' Club a barrel! shotgun Debris: aunty ::
Pat Charlotte; !Phoebe Chapter of youngsters who two gun are missing front dowpluwn Arcudla.. Saturday' stores* ha unconsciously'
of Daughter. of British wish to play Puny Ltasu, the 1cK....... Tl. prisons' also afurmwm had an opportunity stepped on the toe of a young;
Canadian baseball *th" .uinf, ,er are r*. tfcfefc &...I.!"'. 0". Chvtalt girl' .
Empire: ; Club Chuflotta t,
Image 01I"bn
t to '''' 1L1IoL1' ,later fwyKl-Jian- tog ('it and meet the to andihn
V...rmM of lr#j;'gvaatod alUnd an WIe"I ? 11* atrpped"OQ rny *
--atii.'W'- 'Cotinty' C"I\! ;.... TlOrv..1 1 tee nirhrieitingaThura.ay %tg y"'d1St1lT"lftbt i lrt'tIlldetdg I "th. liti'"Pr.CId"wt"' *'rr nWmKoosevalt. t "dken't'shmke my hand**

,\ 1 Ida Stat Society' of Daughter ,2.. at I at City Hall., f (Continued on ps.. a-A) Elliott RooMvslt.. Elliott : the youth whimpered to hrmolhr.
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According to Emmett IV r. / this. Iloos*
of liritlsh Empire.. is the ...cmd son of th. lUarlng
due this will be the last *f' leader. wit turned and madeM a*.
Name plaques of lid R.A.F.cadets ,.. ....... J l b. ...i great democralie
Jr are' above each grave fort to stimulate some Interestfrom wars nooosevelt was J Joined lit his (Continued on page ..A)

and a marble tablet, quoting the parent Th .Uend- ULLITIN tour vt local busin*.*es by Ms
(Continued on page S-A) arise Thursday will determineIhs A toe ear aal.*>nt ....... wife ra.".. Mayor l*.ul I*.
J1/ fate of the league .f Arcadia' al Ihs Golf Carne a...... Mr and Mrs' Dick Da Deadiim Set
Two other meetings have beene W..A*.4ar aft.r"**". r- vi. and Mr and Mrs. IS.",
,4 r M-d In an attempt to nrgnI rtstfly' result1 Iw tN. .InJury Wl11ama. regional campaignmanagvr
Area Memorial law I the lesgu. At the first.threw .
.t 'w. ."'..,,UII./ 4 a** .
Evcnt PlannedAt people showed up but at al.. fresh Tarns Nerve ..,. During his .ta,.. lloc...V. .lt For Absentee

the second no one attended rltlssllx.. 'injured.A..dla. talked. to mu r. than sot local

Court HouseDeSoto .-0-- la !*. w...ffl.'UI' resident, visited. more than 3*
Afri-_ CUff Dalley of DeSuto theatre ,...r1. s"s ssr .'..*.. !I"'. local tm.ln.sMM and nave a Ballot Vote
r Is proud to announce the re- ."-. DvSoUr lte.tai*.
County's annual. Memorial (lie bask .t the "sr. HI. short talk at th
leas of the first picture presented ... ,. I., Absentee ballots must be In
Day Service will a.1 b* staged way Palrl **r WI
ACE.: rilms. Inc; rantWhll the elites of Ih* Supervisor\ 01'le.taU.tlon
by agroup
moving," through
Saturday May 30. startingat veuiastl. ** at *' Urns. .

RECEIVE TltAINING-These stu- the aid U being' properly administer. 11, 3O a.m. on lid court rhlllp(Continued Yordan's on prraturtlon page 8-A)of .III .... __...- .oii _' r- of, c.u.. .... crowded .. A p m., according by Monday tu, ell 14.7lit. ,..
dents show the training' they have ed. louse lawn It was announced
Instructors left to rJiCht are Kev. ".,m.n. regJstrar The bal
I received In the Red Crocs sponsored S. C llcntl<>.r..<>n. I'enny Otranvolo. .."', this week.A -_. --- -' -- lots maul be voted on by to-
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first aid clAM conducted at DeSoto and N. II. Waters, I toil Cross training Memorial parade preceding service will startat t h e 4 aj .iiI. night. I layman .......

Hitch School. Three of the official leader I (Story on page' 4-A) II:30. Day near Trinity Metho" j 4-"'-, .... tla aUo said. that voter f.,gltration *.-

Red Crosa instructors check to aee If dist Church then move ..>Vy?a : ,# h books will be open again
June I and will be open
ward to th* court hotia In liy t
until O.t. 3, one month bsfor
Legion Auxiliary To Conduct addition to th* high school _, t
City i Requests t the general. .lectlon on Nor 3.Ilayman .
'
band many other units are es. / .
I estimates that there
Annual Poppy Sale ed..t to participate In th*
Saturday I a are at .least two thousand county

Peace River -Wear a rDPP7.n annual .It, to remember both-the na parade.Th* servlc at Ute courthouse residents. who are not r.-

appeal from the American Le- tion's war dead and Its disabled will be along a tim.- *1 gUI.t..l to vola. II. baaea this

glen Auxiliary, will .b* hoard veterans.Th honored plan with the Itr*. on UM IMO cvnsu. which

PeIhrtio Study In Arcadia Saturday May 23. bream Sheppard Bryan. Pastor of tf.. gives) UeSoto a popuU-
poppy Immor- l un of II.M3. Of thai nuns
first Baptist (Church as th*
For more than 40 .
year Pop. talud In bee, over 4000 reglatere't.but .
a porm by a Can* principal speak. DoW %-r r are
The City of Arcadia recently' up Day has offered clllxena adlan soldier, Lt. Cot John Mother will be honored with th* Increased pun**'

rusted the Peace River Basin of this country the opportun- (Continued. on pageA) guests It was announced.OLOTIMER .. ""un. theta must b* appreimatcly .-
2OOO more who j V e
Board to Investigate! th*
not qualified.Each -
recent," pollution of Peace River MYSTERY PICTURE : ar...> of th* snooty wlU
NO 'LONGER
MYSTERY
It was reported her today. > .- be prose. .sad In each ciMnsn Mklly >
+ and the public will be'- In-
In a letter sanctioned by th* k'eT termed when. the awpenrtsu

Arcadia. City council. Wayne D.,. W. Flinn Right Selection will b* around. "lay man satJ.II .
Sartborn asked William Cross, urged all DvSotu WI'.r.
basin board resident *n
aid Tvcardifvg th* recent Its hard to. Huanp the Old- Johrtre.i IUMM and built his And wWn things got dull a- .s>noun** nanl ..f ........

pollution .f rac River" tlmrr. They wer. right. Last. own hum If* atwnwt bis sa. will lie In their. area anCtg >
pat .fc*
rws f UM shop. k t-J east *
-During the period April 1XS *- -.*.'. ..,....." wear was D. II K. Magnolia III 1TT and -!". brush and* **.* and r 7 .. wit" .Muna also said en lire that basis.Haysnan .
there occvrred: extensive W. rUnn. former barber, who l>n> *d tumid has retirsmettl. ifsa
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pollution tb* river disUngtalAard the lees 1114 ..... wa>( t* week p.lwli.g peetare 1 t, KMSMOTHaJ irotr Is. UI. physical.
kept boy InUtrw" wee also h. .... of |*....*.*. *r wl *.*... ar .
ty .n4..pp.t In
by a very grew totwlug II.. leer far vWln .... a any way
ran," tn>*man batter skip a altar repair Issssil II... Quit. anew .fc* t '
I unable Us ., K take
will
r..u. '
oT tb* riser and the pv on Magnults Sliest far *. Mr ninn was M +pc
years.J saw svM IMS tar as Utti .
powa ata ..,.. tn bouJu
to their bum.un
.sees of flee, unaettabl -
very show .
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water lete.d hew fa keep thaw InrrpsOr :; a
... let.wda.lie 'Antesorvio': %
way t* rtuvs KKKRKSHMKNT'! votes
,.". L. ..eahaas .f p. o. .. .. kwrtis Ito /,. and., )Ina... )1 ir*. John PanUls. Chamber Manager
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-. 1: __. TIIE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida, Thursday, May 21, 1964 _

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.I Miss Gas\ jsEndo Mrs .Ebersole


CHIT CHAT I'' tW W8 ii! (I't !n w, O Returns Home Men Presbyterian of'Church" .


*>y (/rwat:. s ,, John C. MurrayMr. .
Mrs. Glenn Ebersole returned The graduating Sent,.
I> home Tuesday afternoon the Presbyterian church
from a nice trip. She went honored Thursday ni&h
and Mrs. Thomas Gas-
RETURN FROM GRAND OPERA
first to D. C. and
kins, Palmdale, Florida, announce Washington 21 with a covered d,1.) I
Elizabeth Scott and Betty (Mrs. Sam) Agnew returned the engagement of their joined her son, Mr. and Mrs. ncr: t'ven in the Euu.
home Sunday from Atlanta Georgia where they daughter, Gina daskins, 315: Bob Ebersole. and daughter .SMt building of the church
.
Carrie, for visit her
; a trip to : ,
spent all last week attending Grand Optra. Elizabeth Majorca Avenue, Coral Gab) Bill Williams, yrcdthe
thereto
parents. They went from
Florida, to John Cameron MIll Men of the Church
said that she really enjoyed "Manon" more than any White Plains. New York and
J the seniors and I
of the six performances that she attended, but Deity ray, son of Mrs Hurry J. Murray yisited the John Ebersolis: duced Dr. Migliore,
226 Antiquera Avenue. r4 parent n:
enjoyed the Saturday afternoon performance of Joan Coral Gables, and the late Mr. .. stopping enroute for side! tr.ps *: chairman, led the EJI( ,,',
Sutherland, Soprano, in the role of Luci Di Lammer- Murray .4- .J to N.aftara: Fall and on up into hymn singing, after Wd'

rooor, 'by 'Donizetti. JJetty ,said that the 'artist had '14 The wedding will take placeIn Canada. lis.i SULNNNh b.nasrt S. C. Henderson led in pi
curtain calls, and a 15 minute ovation. In fact on the Church ut the Lltue w -9 Mrs. Ebersole, and family, The Reverend Drennon U >,

Monday Betty was still floating on a 3'IffK Cloud. I Flower, Coral Gables, on Sat i-- did New a lot York of a'ght! arid seeing spent whilein several GranddaughterOf tingham. church pasn. t .
member'whers her mother, a few years youngerthat' urday, August 8. '. ., Fair. on the "Purpose" of th
World
at the
days
Betty is now, was equally entranced by Grand Miss Gaskins, granddaughter ';' .-r_ .1'rl] Saturday a week ago Mr. casion.
Opera each. yeac aa .she spent that one ,week of Mrs M. 1C:. Catkins, SO6 n .f., "', and Mrs. Bob Ebersole; and Arcadians }Irs. John B. York n
i in Atlanta.' The reason Liz did not attend: the Satur- W. hidden, Arcuclia, gradUdt ', ... '''' .J daughter Carrie, left aboard senting the Women of '
.*d from the Moore presented a gift b
church
day performance was,because her "son, ,J. L. Scott. wife High School and Florida] Haven State the "United Stateo" for South- Wins Honors "Laymens Commentary oi
I elen and children and, of North. hampton, England. They plan-
<< *' Nancy Joe. Aujfusta. University. She I.1 employedin '. ) Book of Acts" to the six _
South 'Carolina. came over ion ,Saturday: and spent the ned: on spending two weeks seniors Misses Sue
Iteivrvations DelLa AirLines daughter uating : i J.
Smith,
day. and she visited, with them. Joe Turner,, student MiuiTil.i : 't. ; :>t :; -.; touring/ England Scotland, and to Helen Suzanne and Mrs. Henry L. lag Cheryl Flanders wh.., "

and teacher at Georgia Tech, and :Betty Turner Airline Mr. Murray graduated from France Wales. They and Spain will then for a po few Smith.of Mr.4131 S.W. 99th Ave.. unable to be present bet. .

Hostess :with} the' Pdita Air Lines grandson"'and grand- the Coral Gable. High School, days and then on to Lisbon Aiiarm. received the highest she has the mumps G. '
of Liz entertained while and attended the Universityof West Jr., David Snow '.
daughter Liz and Betty they where they will spend the next honor in the 1964 CompetitionIn
Were: there. ahd all enjoyed: a family, dinner ut the Georgian Notre Lame South Fend three years where Mr. Eber- Bookkeeping, sponsored by Breedlove, and Dale K
''Terrace Hotel where the:Ladles itayed whUe there, Ind lie own Murner: photographic t sole Is Cultural Attache in the the American Society of Women who was unable to attcnu(

on Saturday night. On New Port
Betty, were entertained, lunch at the Country Club Service. County Chapter No. 75. erby of RichEy .
the
introduced by Rev t'
by the Jimmy Jlollodays. There: they met Dora Eber- )Mrs. Ebersole left White Suzanne Is the granddaughter lie
sole. her niece IEvelyn Lineberger* of Atlanta and Fannie Plains the day after they left, of Mrs. O. D. Langford tingham.splrational talk gave hall a vet, :;,
;"Watson. with House and came to Atlanta for aweeks and Mrs Hugh Smith. Arcadia. ?
Dora has been on a two month trip those present to a life oi
her eon, the Bob, E rsole'e. and_ after attending the Mrs. Carl visit Llnebtrger with .Uer and niece.family S>J will graduate Miami in June High vice .

Fair returned:by Atlanta for a visit with Evelyn.' This SundayIn They had planned on School.from Southwest Approximately 83 gues!

CA'pj AND pOGS':CONTINUE t ; J!; Tp THRIVE bringing intervened her home so but she business left-
PalmettoMr.
MISS GINA CASK INS
Worse..the Ipck/ I say, ,1 have often heard visitorsto i Atlanta Friday and came to Gail Gordon
Arcadia say' 'that the brat' thfng' that they noticed Gainesville for a weekend visit tended.fR.

about the beautiful little city., and we all ,think it Is a and Mrs. Joe Pasclak, D. H. S. Class Jr. Womans Club with her son, Mr. and Mrs. For
formerly of Arcadia are having Billy Ebersole. and daughter Tapped
beautiful little city la the; fact that there are so many
and cats around. do not an "Open House" reception I I Sat. Glenda Ray. Monday\ ( she came ; -J' "
dogs running Many place Will Have
Sunday. May 24, for their Feted On to Mulberry, by bus, spent the Tassel Sorority "
allow 'residents to have animals that'annoy their '
: neighItars
with her Mrs. '
daughter, Mrs Charles W. Wilson night daughter. ;
: but we do. I have always liked dogs but have and husband Captain Banquet at Club Jerry Slaughter, and family, Among twenty new mem- :' .' J
tMiver liked cats, and ,) have neighbors that must pot Wilson. Their daughter, the 50th Annivcrs'y.Filly Womans picked up her car that she bers tapped for The Tassel at tt(j- '. .A,
Junior Club
she
either or else they would take care of them and keep former Patty Pasclak. was a ( Install had left there with her daughter Stetson University in DeLand. ;:
f\ll\ have the annual Fa
them at b me., Since the weather has been so dry popular member of the school years ago this month \t>n of New Officers Saturday while she was away, and Florida, was Miss\ Gail Reed ... /Oil eCot" : >" "J.. 1

can hardly walk out In' my yard'on the west Hide. where set up until. she fini hed. the 12 girls und 7 boys received night May 23rd at the Woman came on home glad to be Gordon daughter of Mr. and ... dPJuil7."a.nt,..- .t. 'i'::f
the cats crawl through .the fence, or else will get fleas llth grade, when the family diplomas\ from DeSsoto High Club. home after six and u half Mrs. Walter C. Gordon 404 .. ..., ...... "'
moved to Palmetto, where she weeks. \ Street, Arcada. ...... :'.;....:!d';)-tY ,
East Maple
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In my legs. Of course, r chase them out of my yard School. Friday night May The 7:30 p.m. meeting will '. ',,t. t:.)
when 1 am at home. put unfortunately, I am seldomat graduated from High School. the following members of this be preceded by a banquet. The Tassel Is an honorary

home. ,A year or so ago. the subject of cats came up The reception will be held class gathered In Sebrlng for Husbands and dates are special organization for sophomorewomen Want to bring a garden I
In 'the Pasclak home 1301 Riverside reunion: Mrs\ Mabel Gon at Stetson University,
at ,the Council j' meeting, and I was in ,hopes that some a guests for this meeting. Homecoming at right into your home?
'' Drive. Palmetto. All zalez. Mis. Marie Martin Kirk- Mrs. Tom Weekley Is the and .is sponsored by Mortar
of the strays would be picked Guess 'we 'need a
up. former classmates and friendsare patrIck Ml*. Gal y. Wick- Board. Members\ are selectedon
Sponsor Coordinator of the Juniors
humane society. 1 have Much an aversion to cats that I Invited to attend. wire, Russell Carlton, 1\01\ r.. from the Senior Club. Oak Hill Bapt. the basis of leadership, !y

Mould not touch ono for anything' if I could help it Patty has been teaching Lillian Martin Ley, Mrs. Flow ,:The Installing officer will scholarhp, service, and char- .I1iTCcp.fM1
and shall nee that I do but I certainly wish that I school in Spangdiihem Germany aye Durrunce Ku>.ton. Thomas be Mrs. S. W. Bail: of the Sen- Church Sunday acter. I
had neighjtors; that felt. the same as I do about them. for the past three years, 1\011\ hh"U. firs Items Armstrong ior Club. At Stetson Canterbury Club,
We do have,, ; a couple or soot dogs' In the block but their and that .Is whvr...she met Captain Yoiiffue./ M-s. SophyMue University. Chorus, the yearbook -,
owners keep them penned up so that they do not bother Wilson They have two \ Smith Mltrhell. Paul The Reverend Iibon Murphywill staff and Student Union :

anyone, and I do not' mind! hearing a dog bark. Just children, Wendy Marie\ and Kemp. The scene of this. event to be in bring the morning message Board and Student Government -' -
mind having to watch my step when I go in and out of Charles W, Jr.. was "Tomae's", widely knownas Pupils at the 11:00: ot' lock Worship committees.\ She will'1,'

the house, as often nome cat is perched on my steps. After visiting friends tnd a fantastic establishment hour at the Homecoming aerve as a junior counselor i
uniting: in actvonturoous eat' Three Recitals a tthe Oak Hill Baptist church next year. I
;| trapped over ony, not }ong- ago fortunately for me, family relatives will Captain leave for Wilson Seymour and ing owned raid operated by _Bunker._uu ___ Sunday._ nn -l\.lJy\. 24.- .- .
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didn t break my'neck.IVY 'r -
Johnson Air Uu... near UoUuboro. Mi and Mrs. Th -nus Mltrhell. Pupils of Earl Atkinson will A basket dinner ill be served -
DYKKS'8: CKLKIIKATE: : ANNIVERSARY N. C., where Captain Wll$ The goal bur the evening was 'puewr In three: different re- on picnic table' under the
lOa will be stationed. simple but not e..y to attain ''",tal.. Kach recital will begin trees.
Maude and Ivy Dykes returned! home from attendingthe -- to cover the eVt'nltJ of fifty v 8:00
Upon arriving attLaduardia ij J : p.m. During the after non song
L.I!. GAA Convention In Chicago. Monday |last Airport from Germany; Patty years In''a few hourwgfjly! %'?>> AU dances: orginaled '. n d'rhoreoraphed programs the Gate ay Quartet r.

week was their wtddlng anniversary. and they celebrate was pleased to find her brother those who know haw the attended such und by Earl Atkin. and the Victory tiro, all of There's no mystery why
' derived f..onthil
4 for them. Ho took atUfoctlon f The first recital will be heldat
them
.J lurry and Inez Kerchhovo rented! from the Dykes 'I home on Long Island N.Y' tohu kind of fellowship. Tu see and the Venice Gardens Recreational bers.Everyone. U Invited to bring

last winter( and had invited them to their lake cottageIn I for a short visit before they talk. Ui uM ctaumtc after' Center on Friday a basket come out and enjoy MORE ; fow86/nrh
of U event
separation an
yc fi
Colon. lttlctllSC II. They' were overnight guests and cm on to Palmetto. evening. May\ 22nd. The sec Homecoming service and the

had a wonderful time, but a rather cool one. Ivy said (Continued on page 3-A) U,K* ss..ua will owe pace atLhe Singing In the afternoon.
South Gate Community consoles are sold t1::!!: i//"s; ::
that he met the friend of Harry who sent him the picture .1 Club on Friday evening. Mar\
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last winter'while he was fishing in a hole In the Ice. '.- -- "... 4'' Jiith.! The third recital will'
t: 4 fake place at the Woman's Literary Club of any other reams. I '
We had it in the Arcadian.: Said the man wan all swea ..., Club In Arcada on Friday even.

ered up more than he WIUI. but folks say that Ice and :' 'o: log. June 3th. Will MeetWednesday 1

know are not colc I still know that they are too cold j All Interested person are ,' ,

for me to enjoy spending'! a winter in the north. 1 '''fJ'Y 1 1.r Invited be no to admisson attend and charge.The therewill .#. .

BERT. CLOSE: ANOTHER: \WRONG A Y program will consist cf
Classical and Character llal-
CORRIOAN. Jet, Tap and Acrobatic. >'ol- The Arcadia Literary Club'

Now that Is something HejrcnlJy lieu went to Winter lowing the recital there will will meet Wednesday. May 27
.
be a short period of Social: with Mrs.' Harley Watson, at
1'ark to attend a state Convention and School for .--; dancing: fur Teen-age and
her home 323: E. Magnolia St.
Veteran'' Service Officers. /He came In early Monday .- i ..roults.q .

to ask me how to get to Interstate 4. I told him that ". .";,;...' 4/Aivadla/;/ pupils appearing will Mrs. Arthur Freeman will be
elude\ Janet L).ty. Debra Itoblruon. leader for afternoon program, .. 't ..
I went on the Uartow-J.AIu..tanefl"OAd/ I came fo S3A, alp Lisa Ltimer. Tammy This will be the last meetingfor ., ....,.; .,
short cut to 4 and that l Is: what ho did. But as he e Treauwcll. Terry Treadwell.10a this season :.1\..
Was breezing alpng "bit nhriul( of'schedule noticed'the Allen Ilclh McAnly. Cindy -
n ..'", Mrs. Rupert Smith will give ....
turn-off) to KisaimnuHj', aiuldecKltd that he would fro in Dykes Newcomb.Susan Hamilton.Stephanie Lew Ann a review of the book Seven f f 7aad

and have dinner t there with stne of ails relatives :'. so .. : '- Martin Linda Lovejojr Austin 'Days; in May, by. Fletcher'1Knebl. 1 8 ch 1

turned off. and went about fine> aiDes''up the 'road when .' Vthdden. Frances Whltnatl. ; and Charles: Bailey, t (4t cl ;!

ij 3ect '. old changeable decIded that he did : and Paula Massey ,Jr. |
Bert There will also be a large ...,. a 0.. _'_ _.... ..... .
!"lot want to ,visit no turned around and went back''to'ad group from Sarajuta. Enitle- Mute wtl be presented t by .. a..a-M _.. IF r .'u ,ra-

on.\ 4 again. Got up on the road and Wax again breezing w,,: Od.. and Venice parUcipatIng. Arthur Coulter. a4.. -. se s..t -- .. .N. w.w. .
atria. 3. II -- w..wr- 1)a ., a.
flpng J when he saw the sign\ saVIng that he was going S. Treajlwell. Sr.I a 0.1. --.r r.v.y.
Mr and Mrs. Atkinson areformer and Mrs .
Roy Appleby were
and only 65 miles from Tampa:? He slid that'he dfd not professional daneers ichedulrd to be hostess but -o..1 M -, _--_r..r..r _... M.. a r

know how In the world he got on t th! highway the wrong navuig-c'dor: ; united neither of them were able to

j\-sy\ because he thought that he was getting t back on the Motes several
years before becoming teachcrs. 'it this time, so they each do-
'same way he got off. It was real funny 'to hear'Deri -- -, They operated the Atkin> mated a book to the library, Ik4/
telling I about It in his dry wits I ? way.. '''r got quite, a kick ,>1K3." : RICHARD C,, HIU. ton School of Dance Arts In *.The Restless Lady", by Franee -

iul'of\ It. AU who know Bert'know' that he is not one Dwwklyn. N. Y. for twenty. c Parkinson Keyes. and The Arcadia Music-Furniture; Srcror

who enjoys: traxeiing .o w Jten''he ., 'rived In \'Jntt'rk Local Couple Marry In GeorgiaMr years three before year moving ago. to Florija renellan" by Mac Innl' II w. Oak a. .

F> he had a terrible time finding hi I.licit el.: But,what and Mr. ).1. A. (AUle) age by Judge T N Un'9'ta.-' Mr.I Atkinson rerelved his' WA $ .72a
JloaWl\ ..rth are this week Jr.n Yaks Georgia, ott from the famous bal.I I
most Important had good time and"as1( -we all feel training II
ji at ,
the ,
'I'' ..' announcing marriage of Tleeday, May tb. let Rus e D. Monte Carlo,
H., s glad to return horse. ?: ** 'their daughter" Donna Fay. to Mr. and Mr*. Hill have re- American pallet Theater and I
Richard J:. Hill eon of Mr. and turned to Arcadia, and
are tlallet Art Schools tn New I
CARD FROM THE FAIR ]Mr.*. Walter J IliU.. making their home at Ui Cast York City and Mrs. AUnsonM ;
; '- They were united la nv....1- Hickory Street of the famed ALFISH'
a graduate
Another card from Dora Ebersol: Said that she had -- '
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1'prraon and Irene Castle _haul.IQNHIF .'I .
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spent many' Interesting days at the Fair, and seen sonar .

real, good shows. She) left there Saturday' for Atlanta. WORRIED? NERVOUSOver TID-BPT
$ : %***: %* 'r* O I
to ,Visit her niece Evelyn and Evelyn and ,Chick 'win

drive ..tic homo this .w .L. Bob and family-,have already Chance-of-LJfe? .. allow fAr. down tift you ,i Tbend.a7
left New.;, ,Yc konhUhewiuuIgnmeni, '- ?; fro* y+vr: salad Get wekr relief' _(aft to .*t, frwnd** I Oak Street, P.o. no. c-o. AnN.IDOr'D.Inc at 201-=0. w.
< klindaI .
I -.wIU, 'fMdal we....*'* IfNfIlci,.. "All the way. Ian N.tbetee. editor-pvblhMy F1oridA. J.. 21. EArl ts
(GRADUATES: ) SUNDAY. MAY 21th tlred.- : ; HargarN C. Nedbrgair-
ON do-UUe a special woman** 1 : .s .......-or. EAc.n.t as 5eeooftd a.... JoLtttft'.
I sedieis.Lydia 1, I"iaaaa* In! .t be Pest Off1 October i7,
Cadet Albert I. Hollingsworth' will be a' An.cI1.: .
graduatedfrom ...
1'.t.tabi.. c_.,..... -4.,.&- c-cn- ct UMda 71orida. .. Ad of
''the preparatory' school department at Marlon Institute Dea't 4,..... these .....'.iglr *BM| by a we.saa .1'ft1altJ' to 2. I....

when the private. &Independent military preparatory dlseeMfert.ewdteea year*.it auddea ml..ry and hat taaet.esally help wrwra.a by esased rvltevtac feaaeIrritability. eeeh Served With :1 1Hutthpeippies ).f nc.w.. ....... Aa.a.tSaUoa. ,. :t.u-.I 1C

school. and Junior college observe Its 122ml com- Sash.., ....... of ......... sad ......r-. u..a1..tJaa.a1 c..t of weekly New..
ipencerntnt There U a special I.ti<< .,,'... *w.ra*..after :JRIHHIE'S E.SIaw peP" Editors. Sic-a DdL QL
: ejterrbes.A weeaaaj -e total of 164 cadets will be candidate. for graduation ........ t..... heat ware*..w..keajey lbs.s.usd Rare ttfat.N Ml p s "'Ii- : ,to g arpresestattwee J"'JarWa" .........
-. -rvewsa M.jae re. CM t* aU tats "w.t a.-.w.. n.n.s. lServicd
,t Marion Institute this year. In the roller depart- life ....,.. 8. last eetty. .a-ca. ; Aawrka Pft R
vr.s".ektLe
ycxt Irrltabtntrl *e.,.+.*.. hat PINE'POINTRESTiAUR'J New Tw, New -,.
s Pvat( .. In art degree: and 24. asaociatv In I tea *-<* More he aa asst... .......... ......... 9o....,sit ae,1 J..J.v13.qO. leek; Attaats c.orcta: Detract, :Mkb1.s
1 ate wife sad assets heewl, ..... I.. ...w. W ..... ..
silence degrees will. be granted High school& diploma It yea are ghyg three,h. tile ,..tL \.. e.r fret ....tn.p .. tits J N7 a. T.. M.DOsa.. 1IGa..11ZS.. .
will be awarded. to 92 cadets In the preparatory shod ehaage.. rest" _despair, Dr as i .-, L7'4aa r I t.kkrsrs 11..1. r$..444.sowl ".' u c..ta.

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1 \\1: '" ; associated i : with the I ,Crown;; Installation 'f eo ,Mr.. and .airs. y ,Stcfble) .KM.attended

.:Cork and Seal Company tta an : I I /j\ t.. a flfch YcRil, at Ld te ;;*w
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Accountant.----l..L.-{ j Minister ne rc Saturday <'T
afternoon of the maintenance t
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cake and punch were department of G. P. Wood '?
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Tucker Sunday / to those prevent. Memorial Hospital. The menu f

spent the weekend at Braden- .. Iva Albritton spent Sat- consisted of fresh fried mullet. *
ton Beach with their son Mr. The Reverend afternoon with Mrs. hush puppies, swamp cabbage
and Mrs. Archie Tucker. Jr. Cottingham was Stroble. She Is making slaw teed tea and coffee. Everyone
and family. They returned stalled as the Pastor. \ home with Mr. and Mrs. had a good time visitIng -

home Monday. Presbyterian Church B. Albritton at the present and express thanks to those, *
day afternon. May 10. who prepared the fine meal'' a

and Mrs. John Lesley Miss Betty Turner of Atlanta. in the Church
Service of Installation
Dishong. Jr Mum ior Womans Club spent Thurs- Ogden News = I IMRS.
of Ga. arrived Sunday night ducted by Dr.
the Mother's weekend day in Punta Cord attending
Day and spent until to-day. Miss Campbell. Executive
with his parents. Mr. and Airs. a Workshop for club Womenof Turner is an Airline hostess of Home Missions VERA. COLLINS *
District 12. The meetingwas and Mr. and Mrs- Calvin Step
J. L. Dishong, Sr. with the Delta Airlines. of ; *
most informative and help Presbytery-Prayer : hens and %wo 'children. 01 Noo- \
sion. The Clayton Boggess fend, Di.
Miss Susie and Alma Mur- ful to all new officers.Mr. tions: Rev. Joy O. \ : were dinner guests of Mrs atee ylsited' Mrs. Reid, during .,t-,
phy went to West Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Eller Sr. Minister McLeod C. Gilman In Fort Meade, the weekend. ..

Monday of last week and on and Mrs. W. A. Jones, accompanied by their son, Mr. Church Bartow. Sunday. Mrs. Eloise Boggcsa and, .I

Ttwday.. Miss Alma Murphy children Billy and Donna Sue and Mrs. Ted Eller. children God's messing; Rev. : / and Mrs. F- S. Bog- daughter: spent Sunday with ..'?:
underwent an eye operation. spent the weekend in Chief- Amy VI and Ted Jr.. went to A. Horn Minister / ) visited Mr. Clayton Bog her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E.'I ..

Sh! got along so well that on land with Mrs. Jones sister, Orlando for last weekend and. Church Ft. Myers, during the weekend. Williams In Limestone. O
Tuesday of this week under- Mrs. Rudy Janney Mr. Jan- visited with their three children Installation Charge to Roberta Thornton Is Mr and Mrs. Frank Collins **

went surgery on the other eye. ney sons Mike and Gene. there: Mr. and Mrs. ister; Col. James E. a patient of Lee Memorial Lesley and Tracey of Clear,11
Will be able to come home in James Eller. and family; Mr. Palma Cei Church, !' In Sort Myers where water spent the weekend with, < U

10 days. and Mrs. Thomas Jordan and Charge to the Con&re<< underwent surgery on Mr. and Mrs Leslie Collins ,.Jt
Mrs. Rupert Smith Mrs. Jane family; and Mr. and Mrs. LouIs The Rev. William : .. of last week. We wish and Wanda Lou. '*

Mrs. Dick Starkey of Fort Whidden. Mrs. Perry Walker McLeod. and daughter Lana Minister First a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs Ware Youmans ,,;:
Myers spent from Monday un- and Mrs. Grace Smith were Gene Turner. Chula attended as and Mrs. Alton Lanier of Okeerhobee spent the weekend ,

til Wdneday visiting with business visitors in Saraota Commissioner for the Sylvia spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Kant .:

her mother. Mrs. John Lanier. Friday. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon II. St. Petersburg visiting re- Youmans. Mr. and Mrs- J. Il.
... Ard and Jimmy visited Mr. '. ,"
Mrs. A. C. Polk. Sr. were their Organist played
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coker. and Chet Smith of Bartow spent son. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Polk untary" by Henry : and 1Irs."rr,. Collins "and Mrs. Youmans Sunday

son Joey, went to Jacksonville the weekend with his aunt sons John Polk. and Mr. and the Prelude; Mrs. to Fort Myers Sunday evening >lit<
Sunday of last week and returned Mrs. Worley Whidden. Mr. Mrs Charles Polk. Jr. sons ti n. tXrVctor of to be near Mrs Vir Boggess last Sunday for a farrv. *

home Monday night. Whidden, and family.Mr. Mike and Paul aU of Punt rected the choir In the Stewart who is on the ily I get-together. Attending ;it,
They went to enter Joey who Gorda. "Go Not Far From Us list. were: Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bog
will graduate from DeSuto and Mrs. Ralph Lambertof by Zngarelli. Georgia Fat any Is stay-. gees, Mr. and Mrs. Irl Boggess. x

High in June In Massey Business Atlanta. Ga. spent the week- Mrs. .Lester-Hilliard of Bra Immediately << with Mr, and Mrs Albert lUcky. and.Ste.vle. Mr and Mrs.

College and find him a end with his mother. Mrs.\. JohnA. denton and house guest Miss,, Installation Service. I <>n In Fort Winder this Jimmy Brewer, and two sons, a

place to stay. Simmons. They left Mon- Theresa Rackley of Atlanta men of the church Mrs. Jean Williams. Calvin
day morning to return home. Ga. spent Saturday In Arcadia ception in the and Mrs. Jack Collins. Boggess. Patricia' no.e.... Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hahn of visiting with old friend Mrs Room of the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Col and Mrs. L. O. Collins Mr.'>
West Palm Beach were week- Mrs. Edgar Christ accom- Hlliard the former Miss Mary of Avon Park visited 1 Mrs- and Mrs. Frank Collins Lesley .J
end guests of Mr. Halm's sister panied by her daughter Mrs. Foster was born and reared in Ing.In the receiving Collins Sunday Mrs. and Tracey. Mr and Mrs. Vernon .

Mrs. Charles Dirr and Mr. Bruce Miner went to Jacksonville Arcadia and Miss Rackley lived Reverend and Mrs. Collins went to Avon Collins. Deborah and Charlotte

Dirr. Wednesday to be there here for after ham was 1Irs.V.. L. : with them for a visit Mr and Mr. Clarence .ii{
Saturday when Mrs. Miner's her father retired many years from the The rooms were } Gordon Martin of Mult. Jones. Mrs and Mrs. Ed Frier-' .
T/Sgt. and M r s. Malcolm husband. A E/3 Miner arrivesin Army. They graduated from decorated with ) came I last Friday even-' son. Keith and Angela 1''>lr.

Garner spent last weekend Mayport from an 8 month High School the same spring flowers.J and took Mrs.. Amy Martin and at.... Del Boggeas, Me.and
here with his parents Mr. and trip on the Air Craft Carrier and have friends here.year The guest book was with him for the week Mr*. Kelly And family. Another
many
Mrs. Kirby Garner. lie is now Shangrila in the Mediterranean. over by Mrs. Amos On Monday Mrs. Myrtles reunion la planned for next
stationed at Eglin Air Force Mr. Christ will join themon Delicious finger and Mrs. Anderson year.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Welles,
Base Florida. They brought: Saturday, and drive home children Connie land Dicky, wiches, dainty cook :. h' Mrs. Martin back Rev and Mrs-\ Jessie. OU- '
their two small daughters with Mrs. Christ Sunday af- mints and fruit .- breath. Wanda Collins and ',
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fen-
with them. Sgt. Garner now ternoon.Mr. ton spent the weeked at the served from .: .. J I. B. Reid and Ray Linda Sue Cray attended a, t

has 22 years of service having Welles cottage on Lake Childs. pointed refreshment I t Sunday. in Cleveland vis Family reunion of the Best,,, ,?< ,
been in several battles during and Mrs. Donald Lefe- hostesses Mrs J. L. Mr. and Mrs. Orady Relit' families I In Zolfo Spring lass i

World War II, among them bvre and Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Mrs. Paul Herr and Mrs. llemlrle Reid i:Sunday. About :38 were pre .
being Okinawa Saipan Len Brown spent the weekend in Mrs. John York. Miss Gerry Held of Miami <,mt. *. *
ion and Guadacanal. They returned the Gammage cottage on Lake W. ElementaryP. Parker Mrs. W. U. .... .4 IiIt
Childs. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. i ?
to their Base Tuesday Mrs. Louis Stewart.
morning.Mr. Dan Shelfer. and family and T. A. Met gar Christ and Mrs. it
Mr.\. and Mrs. Dale Boggess
Tread well. III.
West Elementary School Parent
and Mrs. W. L. Sum- went out for the day. They Teachers Association met Mrs. J. S. Maas.en ? .h

merlin Jr., and daughter Judy, all returned home Sunday af- Wednesday. May 13. In the eral chairman for BARGAINS. i AO...

of Tampa spent Mother's Day ternoon. cafeteria. Mrs. Christine Coch- tion. Floating hoat.... #
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Marvin Tidwell. .
president presided over
nn.
W. L. Summerlin. Sr. Judy Mrs. Harold Foster returnedto the 3.45: meetingNumerous Mke r'oo."r. Mrs. | I.rt'

graduates from the Universityof her home Wednesday of last complimentary- remarks had charge of the ,,': '' ..
Tampa on June 7th. She will week after spending two weeksin E
made about ttke
were .'
that for Col- Jacksonville with her daughter ,
leave soon after I
very successful May Day Festival r oriN STOCK PIICISTHIPli .
orado Springs Colo where she Mrs. Jack Whitlow. Mr. ,, I
presented by the school onMay D.H.S. Class t ,
will receive training for Colle- Whitlow and children. She I
giate adviser to The Alpha Chi returned home by Tampa for a Flint DRISU* '119'
announced that
Mrs. Brewer
two day visit with another (Continued from \
Sorority
Omega daughter Mrs. William FIs- anyone having a costume for I.'I.f 3/3 er *
which they' had no further use to be marked on 439" e
ackerly. Rev. Flsackerly and .
Mr. and Mrs. Stsm Stathls could contribut. It to the school ender, llowevwr It w !) ., .
left Saturday of last week. for children. for possible use next year. with regret and cum $59'.

Tampa and spent this week The program for the meetIng .re{ that the .
Mrs. Luther Martin and Mrs. .
with their daughter, Mrs. Guy consisted of a panel discussion bars could nut be ... '39''
to Sara- Wit STAND
Bagll and family. They will George Murphy went I with George Smith aa Mabel Blake It"j t
iota Wednesday to> Mrs.Mtutln's .
this weekend' for carry
leave Tampa
sister Miss IfulHe 'I moderator and Mrs.' Ralph Lillian Cox Pond Mrs. t
extended stay In Europe.and" ,
an I IlIo.pltal Cochran C Mrs. Larry' Roe and Miller Smith. Mrs.
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plan to spend at least one Beuchem, to enter her In the ] IlolUendorf Floyd .I ,1
there for treatment. J:1"11'" ''. Beverly Lanier as panel
month in Greece visiting with Nadine Page. Also +
i I members
Mr. Stathls' relatives lie was The P.T-A. members present the following had .' Contemporary WftfriutBEDROOM ( ...
Mr. and Mr. Virgil Steele of
World War II.
there during attend a greater |' .
were also asked to voice their :
for
arrived
Brandon Monday SUIT
but this Is the lint Ume that Leonard Matthews. )
Mrs. Stathis has ever been a few days visit with Mr. pinlons on the questions conerning Smith. Luther Mills I ... .. .. ,
LaC "School Age Problems.
Steele sister Mrs. John
out of the U. S.Miss .
N.[ The[ discussion: was 'very Infornatlve. '- Stonebrakvr. Neither I r= grwp op.Mlshh" fM )
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and was enjoyed by aence: of the one group :
Mrs. I: ,, ef ry
Elizabeth Russell of th other '
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George Csvst, and Mrs. Jane Mr. and Mrs. Scotty Turner, Whioden president-elect, of the and son Scott. Jr. are spendng The P.T.A. officer foe 1M413 The data was .,.,... ..... .... .fong line.
Installed |
Senior Womans Club and Mrs. this week In Okeechobee < school wear Smith were following tunate to .be the + ",..,er.. ffnfey) rwrftUMngyew $14995
I George
Wayne Sanborn. Mrs. Charles visiting with Mrs. Turner's )y discussion. of Mr., and Mrs. ), ] ......... M Itt a> tm.rkeff .
I he panel
Mrs. Stable Sheffield. :
Bethel Jr., Mrs. Jim Brewer mother will' to Orlando Parents of the Sixth Grade array of food was ..t DeM'''.Me4I ns stih
They move
Mrs. Fred Forbes. Airs. Frank served refreshments Its preparation left .,..
weekend' and Mondaymorning |lupils
Gutterid and Mrs. Jim Turner this ] 4'
e. be desired, for these !
president-elect of the Jun Mr. Turner will be luring the Social Hour. I a wide rrpulaUvn. as ,I .inset eo.-, Chest=319! t10ss 'r' *
/.. e..was.
- restaurateur and : : .
--- When to this la added ; resat tt.. '10. Down D 4y( ... JI >I.

pltallty of old friend j, t'

When you see thisyou'll M for Some a Jlerf.c.venlnc.events I Rtp ,=

this class are worthy Mh.awa.
First It had ut

tans Miss, Gladys I I ,l.-c-.I ...

and ...... Sophy Mae ltm.
Mitchell who* ...,... I i
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ft. out to .be the' same I I r

I tour decimal. place. ate

bl it cwnlained two sets of ft rnr -
E The Martin and /& / .
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.troa... Third. It was *<
claae to graduate from

p cement block building. Ar.
MA it was the first class .
liah an anatual.

ca-... Set. Frank .
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beaker was the first
ef Dia la die while

anlUlary service of him. '
The rtasa. atao N

be glad you bought a Plymouth guests attendance: J. M ef y the .

nvU>. Mr. Alice Du a
Plymouth engine and drive train warranty Mica Die McAUsler. ( w .

M... Irma, Caflton. M '
has 26,608 miles mere to go. Ruth Btanlncvr. Vl .

Ford and Chevrolet warranties on these parts end here. Ind.Mrs Dr.lab C.Kemp It. m t ,..-..

pceacence added rmicti .

Ibrtr esOej ii*.m e4" ,I :
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If you keep your new Plymouth for ranty If:'you trade it **aril you'll I This revfOea wig .

5 or SOOOO: mite. whKMwr h"v m car wtticti should b. much fagnttsn by u.- i
years and: an f.tttfte SI...
comn first youll I be protected all more attractive on the used CM weth aoet .nit 1

that time by this nrmarhafcto warmarftet Cither way you're far ahead. nsei..a va.e a4. Moe :;; /,1'
Wickwtrefar. would. ..... ; Drift Easiest Twins.
.tvooumeI ataowa ere, ...+waantt ..orsgts rots. oaw.. rrw.ar. plaae theHartee.f........ ; ,t
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I Stops Shrinks Without Itch-Hemorrhoids Relieves Surgery Pain j Pine'' ;' Level News : Nearly 12: :'':$tud nts 1 Some Miss Of Veterans BenefitsSt Widows -




Tor the Drat time science has found MRS. T. E. MIZELLE Lynn Harrison in their home enjoy the day. A number of Petersburg (Spec _

a n.w hsalfnr .ub.tanee with th. ..- I (Written for May 14) for a :Mothers Day dinner. preachers, mostly former pas- Melvin T. Dixon Direr .. ",

tonUhlnff abiktr, to. shrink h.morxbolds Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Thompson tors were present and Rev. the Department of Vct''eroll\J\
and to hll... psin-without Mrs. Zula Williams accom- Complete First Aid Course
eurrsry. In easa after ca... while and Miss Elola Wuthrlch Henry Alderman a former Affairs Committee to' 'lt
panied Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Carlton -
Bendy r U.Tlnr pain actual lWdue- of Tampa were week end guestsof pastor delivered the morning State of Florida ...
ann
tins (shrinkage. ) took pi..... M..' Sr., to Punta Gorda to visit the ladies' mother Mrs. Ar message. Baskets of delicious that the House U\ j
mazlns of ofresult..were so thor.ush today V.ne
the family of Ray Wilde who '?
&( rena Wuthrich. and their bro- food were served at no" n. .
suffsraM made astonishingStatements
that Linda Committee '
Affairs of
Sullivan. th
Approximately 125 students Student the Tt w.'I\ Jl T
passed this week. coir.pl.tng: 4
away
81 liko"FUss have csaasd to ther-in'law and sister Mr. and Singing and visiting were en- under .
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt completed the class In stand- ,.. Congress, the ch hoe
bo a probUml" The ret I. a now Helm Mrs. George Cunningham. Joyed all afternoon led by a course include: y"t.mJn; .
A.ding.ub.tane. (Blo-Dyn.a-dl. of Red Cross first aid Instruction ship of Olin E. Teague t Oe _
visited at her ranch ard .
Oncco Aid
of a world-famous rsssarch. Mr. and Mrs. John DeLocheand : large number of song leaders. J. C. Baird First Aid Instructor kv" : \>' Ct'rjngolo.: First critic
oovory The congressman of T" ,,,
classes
d #., tnitituto.ThU snbstancsj'Is now...11- last Wednesday and her sons son, Steve of Tampa spent All In all, it was a memorable Friday. Myrtle Bishop Terry Ir.-tru-tjr.: Linda! Autry, Katie x
concerned
able In svpposttsry or ..i..t..lIed .....ftrm and families, Mr. and Mrs. C. end day. were conducted during* physical is quite a b ,
-' .. />r.j.ara. s.. U*. At all drag W. Harrison, of Arcadia and the Mothers Day week education periods ''at De Breedlove Joyce Converse Jewel Butt-nan.: Kay Boring Cindy siuuy maue by the Vote ..r.>
I counters. with her mother Mrs. Eloise (Written for May 7) Cox. Donna Crews, EktiyChrist : ('Lh..IJ. Ger.la-
c= Mr. and Mrs. Robert L Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Soto High School. (.I.e in-iD Administration which 'j, ...
.8 met with Mr. and Mrs. J. Page. O. A. Maxwellof Official Red Cross volunteer Debbie Dowd. Patty iiie Dansby Jean DeLaney, out that there are huimnof .
1 I Mr. and Mrs... Richard Kerfey Jacksonville returned home Da ugh trey, Marie Kdmark Edmai.: .. Charlotte of .
I I thousands
-- ----- Sylvia veteran
I .Marln..aoei. SR a.:h.: ::-t: :...,rvt'a. ..uK"XMBNItdWog1Father's and- son, of Deland- were Wednesday after two weekshere instructors Included Rev N. H. Carol Edmondston. Joann Griffin. Carol who na
Grant. widows are .
receiving
Waters Rev. S. C. Henderson.Penny .
Di Id I------ week end guests of his parents, with her sister and niece. Cetrangolo. and' J. C. Nell Farley Carmen Fin'h, Golf. Mary Gable, Eva Rose under the Veteran payments *.

is :Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kersey Mrs.\ Dillie Underwood and Balrd. Sue S. Casklm, Wanda W. Sas- Hafian Carolyn Hickman Cyd- ministration old non Also another grandson Jesse Miss Hose Hagan. kins Pat Mures Gray..
Gllliard. Martha Kersey connected: pension law
The ten lesson course in first ncy Joii ion. wnrmay
Lilly of Bee Ridge spent the Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mizclle Janet Hayes Delilah Johnson
be entitled to
Ielttr.
aid Included such phases as SUZ.IIII mcreasea
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-- end with them. of Riviera Beach Wed
I week spent burns bleeding resusci Linda Lewis PrlscUla Lang- Doris 1.3timer. Sharon Mc- benefits under Public L., { .
31 stop g
Mrs. James Summeralls of nesday night and Thursdayhere
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? 1 days away! tation. ford Susan Lynch, Cynthia Allister. Virginia Parrish Gail 211. the new non service m
bitten a with his While
by
was
Myakka City parents. '
McCie1and. : !
McClenithan.
Patsy -
here Adult classes In first aid are 1'uteraon Oarnette Hobe..U.Gw"n netted pension law but <1... ..
he
rattlesnake recently. James is pu tin some work on .
Linda MinkSherry
g planned to be conducted later L. Sullivan Nana St. John not elected to rece&Therefo..e. \.
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Levi! his grove, badly needed.Mr .
Ram"
Nazzaro. n aRalls. ,
CherylTyree Dixon said r
1 : 3ummeralls. We hope she will and Mrs H. N. Kromer. this year All person interet- Patsey lloon Sarah Snut- Dellcina Thompson '45ue's
Ginni Louise Committee conducted ,
) Twiss
: LayAwayNOW. soon be completely recovered.Mr. winter visitors In Arcadia ed are asked to contact one of ley Linda Stewart. Carla T.s' / n
Susan Yo- extensive investigation
Rose White the
Waters: ousr!
; and Mrs. Robert Harrison spent Wednesday afternoon the Red Cross ins: *:-uctors.: dale, Jaunita Gaskins, Mary M. keley Wanda Collins Eva year to learn the reason: ".,,.r
Also- with Mr. and .
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mrs. George ...
Milton.\ <<1 this
brook and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Baxley.
Hollingsworth entertained the B. B. Boycr spent time Sixth Period First Aid Gail Various reasons were touno
some News From Ft. Ogden
tle ladles mother Mrs. E. G. Sellers last week taking care of his a A. Bates. Joan Brady Nancy but the most common and ,obvious
.
Butler Jayne Dozier Carolyn ones were the claimant .
with a delicious Mothers holdings in Miami. -
iJ. ., Day dinner Sunday In the Hol- Mrs. Dorothy Harrison and MRS VERA COLLINSOur at the close of the icrvlcc Two Evans. Rose Mary Harrell fears and misunderstanding i

1 Ilngsworth home. Mrs. Hattie Mizelle attendedthe deepest sympathy Is extended persons accepted Christ red Charlene Hilton, Karen Hut the law. In a number ol ""ase.
came for membership. lock Jo Ann Ingram. Linda this was found to be due ">
Heston Council of
Mr. and Mrs. Hagan County meeting. : to the bereaved familyof
J of Brighton ward weekend the Homo Demonstration Club A Mothers Day service was Jones Drucilla Jones Connie adverse rumors and remarks

:I : guests of his sister Mrs. Dil- last Thursday In the County Mr. Ludolph Crawford who held at the Methodist Church. McCormick Jo Ann Meridith they had heard about the law

., with aFLDRBIIE1r'Vi lie Underwood and all attended Agricultural room. A very Interesting passed away at his home lastweek. Kat McLfod read a poem on Mary Moffett. Chortle Neal at some veterans' gathering

.1 Homecoming at the Mount program was conducted Funeral services were Mothers Day accompanied: at Debra Ola. Madeline Schmier and specific cases were rOUnd

Pleasant Baptist Church.Mr. with Mrs. Barger presid- held at the Methodist Church the organ by Mrs. Ed la Morgan Debbie Scott:: Cynthia J o where the veteran or widow

.. and Mrs. Russell S. ing. Friday evening. Rev. Hayes then sang as a solo "In Shaw. Wara Smith, Glenda had been Ill-advised.

King and son Roy of Tampa Pine Level 11. D. Club met of Arcadia. Rev. Wilkins. and The Sweet Bye and By.." Jean Webb Brenda Williams Dixon said the Veterans Administration .
Rev. Gilbreath officiated.Mr. Kelly Nicholson daughter of Ellen Williams. Margaret; Williams states that as
came for Mothers' Day weekend in regular monthly session 4th >
aF and Mrs. L. O. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson Rctta Yarbrough. (Rev.) this date as a
: with his mother. Mrs. Tuesday evening In April with Stanley : per recently
I zh Zula Williams, and they all ten members present and Co. and Wanda visited Rev. and was christened S, C. Henderson, teacher. completed study of the veto.

( \ w/t drove to Lake Placid Sunday Agt. Mrs. Dawsey. The usual Mrs. J. D. Best last Saturday In En- A Mothers Day program was Fourth Period First Aid ans and widows latest incom.,

and were guests of Dr. and procedure of flag salute, creed evening at their home held at the Church of God lost Sharon Botts Jeannie Brown questionnaires reports show

/ Want to save shopping time and Mrs. Robert Bevls and chil- and a devotional by Mrs. J:dna glewood.Rev. Sunday. A group of ladies sung Joyce Laverne Bynum Jeanne that of those still receiving

1 i -.', still come up with tthe finest dren at their cottage. Keen. A short business session and Mrs. J. D. Robinson "If I Could Hear My Mother I Congdon. Amanda Cox. Jewel benefits under the old law
.. .... Father's Day gift a man can of Homeland visited Mrs. .
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: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mizelle was held; discussion of Pray Again" Mrs. Ann Tip- Dyal. Martha Hall. Carmen about 9,523 veterans and w aows
C % .....-:: enjoy Florshelm? Simply gift purchase certificate a of Riviera Beach visited for a having a bake sale in the near It. U. Reid and Mr. and Mrs.L pins received a gift for being Hart Carolyn Johnson Maro- in Florida might be entitled

t In minutes he redeems while with his parents. Mr. and future, and other business mat O. Collins last Friday even- the oldest {mother present. Mrs. lyn Johnson Virginia Johnson to increased benefits b>

t it at leisure Mrs. T. E. Mlzelle. Saturday Ing. Francis Dees was the youngest .Annie Kerklin. Letha Keller. electing under Public Law 86211 -

i In the style of his night. ters.Mrs.. Dawiey gave a very Interesting Attending the DeSoto County mother present and Mrs. Daisy .Frieda Kay Mercer Elaine Actual benefits of $1.544" ,
1 last
choice the size Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie John- talk on foods their Singing convention Williams had more children :Mitchem Donna Neads Law- 196 are being. lost by these

tJ hewea., and son and children. Randy and values, and planning balanced Sunday evenng at the assem- present. Mrs. W W. Westberry i anda Sue Smith Rachel Tip- potential eligible Florida Veterans

J the finest Elaine entertaled Mrs. JohnSON nourishing meals for the famIly bly of Cod church in Arcadia. received a gift for her faIth.1 ton. Linda Watkins Betty At- and widows-
and Mrs.Clots
shoes money from here were: Rev. fulness. 1 kens, Sandra Ford Linda Heniley. Dixon it Is
mother. Mrs. Frances Tuc- etc. She handed out some : says recognized
f e 1 /buy can-- I ker, with dinner Sunday. Mrs. leaflets on the subject of meal Cannon Mrs. Vera Mrs.Collins Ola Croy and Mrs. Minnie Earnwell. Mrs. i Anna Lou Johnson Ellen it would not be to the advan
Linda.
4 Florihelms. Tucker being a shut-in rare- planning which can be very Edna Dees. Kathy Sandra and 1 Peterson Charlecn Rodgers tage of all of those cases 'e)
ly leaves home. helpful to the "cook." Wimla.Mr. Vicky: Sue were in Fort Myerslast 1 BGarbara Shinliver. Cindy change to the new law. but
and Mrs. Irl Boggess
f Paul Reeve of Bristol Tenn., A social: hour was made Interesting Saturday. 'Wright Betty Wynn! Nori Dixon urges that all veterans
came for the weekend with by the hostesses, Mrs. h..d Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hay of Rev. and Mrs. Luis Cannonwent roungblood.. Dianne Bates. Judy and widows drawing benefit

his mother. Mrs. Ada Reeve Zula Williams and Mrs. Dillie were in Sarasota on Friday to Fort Meade Sunday 1 Mercer! Ann Sims. (Rev.) S. C. I under the old VA pension law

I .. and his sisters. Mrs. W. F. Underwood serving delicious the past week. returned for a family reunion of the ftnderson]: teacher i,seek advice from their Veteran
Mrs. Mollie Collins
Southwell and Mrs. Billy Hoillngsworth cup cakes and fruit juice. Mrs. Cannon families By N. H Waters. I County Service Officer.
home Saturday after stayinga
and their families. Maxwell of Jacksonville wasa -- -
L : few days at the home ofMr.
Mr. and Mrs. n. W. Hullings- guest.
Stewart
: and Mrs. Leon
worth. Sr. and Mrs. Marianne Mrs. J. F. Holllngsworth and
Sellers attended the funeral granddaughter Theresa Holllngsworth. and family In Fort Myers. Mrs i a 1 g g 1dlj

.. : 'Adams: Men's. Store Inc. last week of one of Mrs. Sel attended the homecoming Stewart Is still on the sick be t/ 1
'. list. We hope he will soon
lers1 old school rlsssmate. Mrs.Lillian [ at Mt Ephrlam Baptist
I Kerce. Our sympathies Church In Owens Sunday. well again.
29 West Oak WA 8-6471 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barn .
j go to the family. Homecoming at Mt. Pleasant
well spent the weekend at ,
Mrs. Ozle' You man*, daughter Itaptist Church will be held .
!2 = '- Mrs. James Oliver and next Sunday Mother's Day. their cottage at Englewooa I
:: ;_ __ Beach. They went fishing ana .,
daughter Klml rly Arcadia Everyone I Is>> Invited to come c
THRIFTY SPACEMAKER IS
caught two real large ones. JUST 30 INCHES WIDE!
called on. their aunt. &I r.. and bring a basket and enjoy I

George Buxley, one morning the day with their friends MIMi has Mrs.been Roberta In the Thornton hospital whc In : \ 'u' (GIANT/ SIZE OVEN!! ROOMY STORAGE DRAWER!

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last week neighbors.We
I Fort Myers for a couple 01 I >t Fast heating 23' a Radiant .
Sammie Harris of Sunland are hoping for a big : .
weeks Is out, and staying a few Heat Broiler Pushbutton Controls JUSt
School. Ft. Myers, came Fri turnout at the polls Tuesday.We .
at tne home of Mr. and
day for the weekend with his hope! all are pleased with day ',' --- Convenient Appliance Outlet
Mrs. Ralph Hamilton before Oven Door removable/ ,
family. the results.Marine. easy
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Martinof coming home. We hope she cleaning. $1 J 7995

will soon be back home. .MODEL J-315 Ask about
.' Winter Haven were week our e"y payment firms
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wynn and
end guests of his mother. Mrs
Stark two children of Avon Park and Arcadia Music Furniture Store
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Oralee Layton. Also Mr. W. It. Mr and Mrs. Ourrell Steele ol
I Messer and daughter Mrs. I Gains New RankMarine
N St. Petersburg were weekend
III Florence Wilson of Mulberry '. and Mrs. Vernon 33 W. Oak POLK'S
/( : spent the weekend going back Lance Corporal West- guests 01.II'!\ WA 8-7281

... horn. Monday afternoon. All ley II. Stark Jr.. son of Mr. and Collins.
.. attended the Baptist Church M.... WetIcy B. Stark of Route Mrs. Thelma Harrelson and
... Claudia of Fort Myers visited
3. Arcadia Fla. was promoted
w homecoming.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Knight 'to his present rank April I relatives her Sunday. i If Far Places
Are
of Tampa were guests Sunday while serving with "F" Com Away Calling
EDWARDS FAMILY
What makes of his brother and wife pan). Second Battalion Third

Mr. and Mrs. Ed W. Knight. Marine Regiment a uiiro' the REUNIONThe
Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Third Marine. Division Fleet Edwards family reun1 1

r held Us annual homecoming: Marine Force at Camp Sch ion was held Sunday, at the I I You At Vacation Time

Cat-built tractorsr Sunday, with very good at 'wab Okinawa. home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. .
Lanier of Ft. Ogden. Picnic tables
tendance. A goodly numberof A graduate of DeSoto High :
School: ,, Stark entered the service were placed on the lawn I
people who had lived here,

r: best for land clearing came and helped others to In February 1M3. .where served.the noon day meal was :'

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ARCADIA LIVESTOCK MARKET: /siting( and getting acquaint- r
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jtl with new neices and ne-

; : They are d.tgnd! to do obi the rough >hews were Mrs. Ethyl Edwards -

,,) : and tough land cloning |obs..likt Livestock ReportMay Mr. and of Nocatee:Mrs.' Jack Collins

Vtr. and Mrs. Kelly McClure
l;';'' rooting, stumping, ditching and clean 13. 1
j : ing up. T* sill iliiiiflVRjI*"lifciMjmiip r 665 head of cattle and calves in the offering. Slaughter Mm Wynn, Kimberly and Tim

steers and heifers bulls steady andcalves ill of Avon Park. Mrs. :Morris STOP
;y. : scarce cow steady
Caterpillar-built machines Mrs.
are mad .Vaklron of Clewlston;
.BO to 1.00 lower. Stocker ateerm .60. lower, heifers
Jones Mr. Jack Cor..,.
t : to run longer hour at a steadier pace .60 to 1.00 lower cows steady to &O. lower. and calve Mrs.Mary Reba Robinson. John Paul

& steady to .60. lower. 81 prTnt of the run wan stocker,
&t;': for nd Hilly Robtruon Miss Mar-
w i greater economy, to do a better lob 21 percent cows. and 23 percent of the cows slaughter. ,orie Lanler. Mr, and Mrs.: Hal

t. for you. UJHr"%>.ill r tv.f etw/?>e''' SUuxhter Steer* Stacker Steers iulllvan. Mike and Winston
Darrell Steeletil
Jr and Mrs.
.? : Th. man who" owns Cat-built tractors Uty $15,75 lo $16.60 (;xxi $15.7Sto'I7.00 of St. Petersburg.Mr. .

Cut 12.0O: to 16.00BatutMer Med 14.00 to 10.75
i; Is equally efficient an<..tIra.. Vernon Col.Ma -
as his
as
machinery. Com 12.50 to 15.00 and children Chariot |>

l' if e. ,,'H. *It *the JCPrt 'land clearer and can be Uty Heifer 16.0O Inf 9.00 to 13.75 and Debbie :Mrs. Nettie Col-

JIM all ol Ft. Otden.

R..... '! .r reU.d on to give you the best fob for Slaughter Cow Starker Heifer Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edwards -

.'** .. bled $14.00' to $16.00 and children. Mr. and At The DeSoto National BankFor
i your money. .1..1II&*..y.1 Uty 314.0 to$16.75 Com 12.00 to U.50 Mr*. Dub McLeod and children,

t Whatever your needs In land clearIng CUt 13.0 to 14.25 Inf lO.OOto 11.00 tie and Mrs. Jlmmle Edwards -
Can 9.25: to 12.75
and children Mr. Jack

you'll.. filed.. Caterpillar-built machines SJauxkter It-las Stacker Cow Cdwards of Saruota.Ir.. andMrs. The Money You'll Be Nee4M

Med $U.=s to $1 t.T6 Jim Jones and childrenfan
are made to do It beat...and they Uty $16.60 to $17.0OCut Com 13-OOto .: and Tim of Venice.! Mrs. CASH CASH CASH

are backed by Roller 13.00 to 14.25 Inf &00 to 13.25 Julius, Edwards ell Sarasot FOR THE FOR NEW FOR OLD FOR NEW
Can
.fI" ( .. 10.00 to 13.25HUMer Mother's Day Services were.
Starker Butt Wkl In the church her .last TRIP CLOTHES DEBTS AUTO
Calve
Good1.75' bled! $14.OOU> $1&.50 Sunday Tbe Baptist church OR CASH FOR ANY OTHER USEFUL PURPOSE

I J a i to $22.00 Cum 13.00 to 15. 5 was beautifully decorated with
aeAljwph w ... t o jiAwtliozII. Stdn 17.OO
19.00 Inf 10.60 to 12.75 towers .* brUUaat rotors. '
," Uty 15.75 to 17.25 Mrs .a-r cta Falany ......- New Car Financing At 44rr

>> 8U.ghter, ,... ... Starker. Cahrea od a waits ear. **** as) be lag
Coud 17.00 to $21.00 the ....., stoker prsoesit. )In. <* Annum
C<* d 923.60: : to -Z7.60
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.. Med 15.00 to 17.00 Chats I1 cPM: rewtv.d a red
, M A' ',0 H N t A v co. Stdn 19.OOU* 23." Cum I..OO to 16-00 corsage as .being the ravages

Uty 14.00 to 2O.6O Inf 10.00to 12.76 nether ......" Mrs BarbaraOalUna DeSoto National

ORLANDCFLORIDA i."""*l a beautiful Bank
TAMPA Stacker QtNeai 1OO-25O corsage for harts the SMS*l

Good $ I.OO to $25,75MeU rJufcirvM prrwmL Kev.

:r" ; CATERl!: ILL A' R 90.00 to 27.0O treat chose a pact .* the fP0 it'Iniidrnnce Corp.

..Ie.Nftl.. CsCoe t.u...... eec, .......,d 'fA Com 17JMto S2.7S chapter a* rt xr tbs.'.tor a&l-I as:e:8 /lW an cdh- j eie OF ARCADIA1" 1
e \ srnrtre. T << .
3feees.eaa .. .a1elsl.f. iesesee .. tat 10,00 to 17.00 nawalng ... _
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Played HereDeSoto
The unsmiling yotinir t'. .3I : !lnij-n.! who is
I 8 Percent In Fioridai league action Softball has been Association draw- the mystery t mats fc',; thl.: \ ,ar'V 1; ;!'s h'r'l1 I Ai'iruUa r I ELL: NICHOLSON Kclli Nih'>l "'t i. If! n.I':i .',' l f .a iu1 Mrs. Gunder of Tampa

27. 1888, in New 1'oit 1-\\ -, :"I carne to Art Mrs. Floyd Muell visited Mr. and Mrs. Stan 'y.Ikl:. ,,': 'ntl d Mr. and 1\tn. Kat Mc-
I spectators ,.tm.v.i> .k.\\: ,a. I ., ':I'' iTO Leod Sunday afternoon
rail in in 1923 to \t' i k o., .t'i t a new building! hr; motner. Mrs. Mary Th mps r
. ,5',1.11)' ; ); .1uh. lIen Mctho"' f I, ..n Th people of this community -
: ir tit the current leaf- moneys worth. Two games then in the proce of !" i'" t'" '.' *>>!I. He itkedno <'.t ut Miami over the Moth -
1 Personal residents lumped 8 Mr. und M' ., .
I per crier ..I..n t d Distant research lu ncci home Thursday.Mr dUay to Mr Terry Crawford:
; in 1962. lilting the ,.LU., ;, from fi -> r in -the Bureau of Econ-pro- Friday Last nights.Friday's second I I.,' u... ni.'rr VJv A.' B. Curry and aon Bill and his m..:ncr.Speakers. .' < ..id i4imUy, of Ft. Ogden: 'inU
the income pl.ucau ,'f 1958 toJ961. u.ijif and. Business came ;,,'n lu came: to Arc who l Research.
between Boring Auto and are building a new homein
report the mrieiit issue )01 I.>1 .da's total personal inn Johnson Grove highlighted by ; ,tIt! to a Kit: ; I from I our community were In Cora .
of Economic Ltut., t ti Nor It Set ..... and Mrs. Stanley Nich-
-. h.t Carolina, and
'n:c: above the $11 billion screams: of protest. The protllst ) Gable over the weekend.
i The Ltufleu arc published mark in 1862.>> a gain of $328 was later withdrawn.The ait.T her death wa Kus.y; Garner was iu Avon For (tM, ""cf children} vi.itcd: his
t monthly by the University. of million over the total income contoversy arose whena r'l'ntara'itl to n U>cnlU Park with the National Guard Rotary 1 o viirti, I Mr. an4 1'11I1'. I* s.

. Florida Bureau of lIoll'ln'1lc: of the previous. year. Dr. Kaf- runner between second and t; ai lllt! >\\'. Saturday and. Sunday Club ,:,.dul_ and Business Hel Cd"'h. Meetings .of((I.I'.oon.
oglis writes.Although third base unintentionally deflected lit- att>mU. Trinity[ Mr.s Stanley NlchoNnn.'
I The two major factors influencing still 311t among the a batted ball. The rule Mt'tlt t ...li-t t church but Keith' .iul: Kolll visited.. Mia.James AIC.I.II.. !II.< >.'... :lot 'it "- m fM f for II.Jo'uUe wishing; to have
the nu<>m>_ gains were state run: >' .i-i-.i. ,.f news 'in this column: please
on the basis of income book was consulted the con longer I flews and children of ig UHi.ntuigu !
bvIunK to
the recovery tram 'economicdoldrums" : per: capita Florida's residents troversy ceased, and the game g Arcuiiia. Sunday aftertiiH! .> *-.,l ti.wn ,.""ik"" rx, "a 'limrf, fall WA 9.119'2.Youth .
t of lUod! t,. lUtfl! and received an average of $2.044 ended in the next inning with any .,1..11.. or urKuniz; Mr.\ .nd' Mrs. Kat Mcl"'o.1uUetulctt to Hul.tli SuMtn. >i i.i-vit>,> I't-'
i an upsurge in nc.J.l\ur. income per person in 1962. The 1960pr Johnson defeating Boring 9 to atill! He ran his the WtxidiiiK. ot Mr. bune staff wiMU-r. and eaogr.tmchairanan

I from ail. piuUuct! ev- capita income in the state 8. own hap KmntownlUl. \V.Ilia, : Uhtclvr, Jr. in Engltw't.i. : i tor 'iiv:. fail Sentenced
cept citrus: : th. npoit states. was 1985. The first game Friday ended >i until : t. shin lu Saturday :Mr.V'h -el- On May 1 IJ Sit aria r i tit: .*.+
The moat vital cause! in the when Braittley's Gulf man pnt'I\I I the 1luritimct'umlrtasion 11 11 u remittent of Hoc a duced H.r ry Oinu ni to -htIliotlan.I. On Two Counts

! LEGAL NOTICEIN upward movement of total Income aged a 10 point lead over CTC HH nil in- G rlu..:.,. ..*. Grit" ia'" I. A rT"K 'upt '
I is' attributed to an inert Pete Bain pitched for CTC andJ. ik'etor" or "hij>' and There lire several growers 'rvisr. >r and .>ititli\ 'a'V on "w'" ,Id Rnbert William Orecr, Jr.

TWELFTH" TNI CIRCUIT JUDICIAL' COUP CiKCUIT O* THI Of I I ase of SMO million in "wages", C. White for Brantley \\ a\\ ifor. 5 years. -hii" >|iint" : ,, .It< 1 'LOADI.... IN Ana." FUrt MAO1W and salaries states the report. Brantley's scored 13 runs Read the clues care- i-iiii.i.Hiiuis.. .it this time. of .u. "i .i id t>.rd breaking and entering and

COUNTY,DIVOftCi IN CrlANCIftf Property income contributed "Bases bases, where in the ) fti'lv! and) if ,'unil.mtit'y calls, same 11'I< I 'ivttt': ..y.May killing ,'"won a local' ranch
CASI..",* iajs about $156 million more than ball park are the bases? We at li the you au, ku. ,.,,', .antdEnvraon b.4Mx, Judge John D. JusticeIn
wALTER R SOMERS in 1901. and mystery= CI. '...,. \> i I..K wn
Plo.ntnt total proprietary can't play baIl without the Board Circuit Court: hero April :&.1.
man write hi:\ niino m. \trUfH on a H>stnl card County .
|
'
"* antitiuc c.'ir .
vs.MUNIEI ca.nings increased by $32 million bases. 1 he youth who escaped
R SOMEKSD and mail to The Arcadi: If caret is drawn !aired ', .
your
.f.noon' during the >ear. The Monday night game was iv.-mb ? .1.1 i ..- ft'the,, slat mental hospital
NOTICE or SUIT A major decline in orange delayed about 20 minutes while. and is correct you Wml""Ithrt.'t.i : '. months subs Hears Requests leg tfUvrrtati/ ->n .l:d I cars: taity In January broke Into
TO: MURItL R t.OA ER 23 Atowendro .
> prices. reflecting ample searched for the bases. scription to the an114ue N ui .irt tJo'. conimltUrtl
Cr...,*",. County. of York- sup- everyone tmper.Final u tluiKinsj cuinp,
You>riir.. ll",U-y. EnQlcnd, pUc-, reduced cash receipts for They were finally located in the t 'lue"A Th- UoSoto County Hoard of The speaker next week iaOe nits: ut vandalism stole a gun

Complaint or.tor hereby(Jivcrw, .'Oht'N nu b.'en triat" '<'t.f'a'o.n.f a '' this. commodity in 1962 by 935: equipment room. thinjramabob irom a hickey, County Commissioner lastTuvidtiy ..rge Uurrts.
TER R. SOMER.you JBy your husband. ._. WALIh. million in Florida. Hut, 6 percent Recalling the days of cow :Mr.\ Fixit will alvtay know. ukuyvit a bill by Supervisor Waurhula. Who ffti<.M Mtt 'CCNW' Mfnrv! being, apprehended
tn t"ro/' .n ., cml' .cu.Circuit t luurfOf uf ] increase in farm production pasture ball games, it was impossible Whenever a KluIl.t') won't work, of KcglstrutUm. Cllne Ian and who kt** rw mtmnf. ..ft.* Ikiirirr.. Lloyd lloltott and
Arcadia lorKJo.: .In Florida and being Orsoto:Chancery County Casa at I I expense was offset by to lose first secondor )He( can surely make it go." Hiiyinao for lay fur Virginia state thuinplonahipis. with' his puNIt! .
No IO.353 and you or* rwrov .- I higher rash receipts from most third base. We used such l.asar I temporary|>> office worker tl I'vtRot Crr w.. kept In county
qunrd to astir a coput, your. ATMHHr utucr arm( commodities Dr. available items as a tree, an who Is assisting Cline in .irluns meet each' week Jail two months and his case
Pea4nq: to J
0' sa Comp.aanf
'onh.
: ,. PbmhT/ Anurna y, LAMAR: S. I Kaioglis says. old automobile tire and on s> w gellingolr lists lit order. at IIIHUI. at the Pulrn H war curtiplicated by the fact he

VOZltR., loda at 137U and "'oon t.le.' St..ot the or, Soreeoto roI- '' Liot-ity County was first in occasions, a cow. Maybe the: Groups Consider Th. Commissioners. hail at one R".t..t. butt llll llu Ull'.TS\ hml been sent to the mental
Answer cr >l.odmQ at too o7t. <- the state with Income gains of boys here could have used one! Council Orders tune turned duwn lluyttvait'artqiirst are urgtil In turn out fm, Ih ':eet tnstitutlint uit tt court ordor

ot tCounty. fed Clvrk Courhui.at the$ C.rcu.t, :in Court Arcatila., 'at i turnout 34 per cent.: Gilchrist of the critters from their bull Fishing ControlOn for an Maaistaut but gucot I .p| .iki!. rs, Suiivn n.ild.. d.clarutg hint mentally in-

Florida on or tMtor tne 3rd Joy or County showed gains of over Clean-up Bond wader a legal ruling quoted bjrCoiiimlasluii nptnt.
Jury A. O I9e4 If you fail. to .doo I :2rJ! and Nassau pen.The first ended withJ. Th court appointed panel'
ludgmint by -ault will b* per cent, County game Peace RiverTwo Atlnriivy llaltie II. a
taken ogomtt you for the rM..f tit I' JUmped over :2O.! per cent In C. White chaulking up another By Tree Workers Lewis HaymMii ha... the rlahtto Three S:-u dents of pjrcbialrUU; to examine the
rnarKi c) in AND sod ORDERED Carnt.lomtDONE at Arcadia. total income: gains over 1961. 3 to 1 win for Hrantley's members of the t'nfc hire help In his office and to bv ttMldhvy' rul U that h* was
Florida, this IStrt day ot May, A. O.: The Curtis McCall fine ., ., Honor Roll aware uf lab. crime anti knew
1964. counties suffering the pitched a Water KLsh: and Gum.' Omt I 'rn-"'.I| Ira trnumris, tree trrmiitav suth help. t hM Top
LESLIE E AVANT. gretat setbacks in personal game for Boring. mission unit ,nc member. o MII iStms .alit I it like will II lurrvllwn.Ihe the difference between rluht
Clerk of Circuit Court, income for 1962 in the Myron Skipper pitching for ... llourd Clan heard. Irirv.I>US anti wrung when h* c"mrnl
OvSoto Court,, tf.rd. were the State llocnl of HfjUh me in w h.no U i i' .i i $:.2.1% < Uuttup u re- I "Uut ants t "|>&uH,
By 'ALPHA ENTZMINQCnOvputy citrus belt. Hardee County the Corral gave up 13 hits to with the IVSoto County H..*r"* uli the ('117 of Aruiui SEAL) Clerk:. showed losses of II per ('ent. CTC and the second game end- of C mmliuiicinvi last TustHday it was tlrcldcil. by the liiinwy Jnhi '1','''''.I w..n. III. High fkhti'ii,l rut 1M fifth "mki .lag fond, him to be cnrnpt-trnt..
Lanxir B. Doctor and Lake and Highlands Counties t-d after 5 2/3 innings with morning to answer"' yuatlons| ( .lc' WaaachI tcn. a Drear w a a scitU-iicetl six
Sore I37O-to.Mam Florida Str_. showed losses of around CTC on top 13 to 3. raised a few wicks ago about month registration. fee fur his nt. junior. Pant Paisley. a suphosjtsire monlha lo three -rer.: .,. In Hal-

Artorney for Plaintiff 10 per cent in total personal! Next scheduled action will control uf fUh.ng in IVuce Hl This .la only one In M srrleaf rullment In the Practleliiif lawyer and Connie' a-mick.a ford with the recommendation'
May 21.:8. J:: 4. II, )4 income the University Leaflet be tomorrow night with Johnson rules under study by CityAtimlnlstratar Institute. In N.w'wk City freshman. .load the bat. with by Judge Justice that h* be
i reports. vs Corral and Boring vs ver.Korrrvt Ware and Clayton Wayne Kanlmrn July tt through It). no grail. below M.M sent tu tn* AppaUrhvB Correc-

The Leaflet is available to CTC. Phillipy of the lame. ComnlMion : and ttt. CiMNMil I t<. Mil l clear '1 lie Nl..U-'. Atl rur>y h.a ape <) tb. .. rag**!** ...... roll thMMa IitaUtut in Si eada. 'la.

for those who I Florida! resiaents on request. < enpl.iuml that although up the trash. prwbtoni"' now' betiln > prowl hia riirullmeiii. snit the Sue ..rtaa. CtwrrU J""i'O"'".
commercial rnt-ftohlng In ..<.> the etty.T..trimm. stale t will pay hi* ir llm II aiul' Cheryl rin>irtfn. .. Part On ,ry.
l'e.... River l.-t a .let M be .... wire| weak In. per( sliest itwla. However, on (iieig... ...ttni.r, Jerry I', ,n, Citrus InstituteThe
:i' PERSPIREHEAVILY ;; Installs Aboard dr.ircd. It war"' Nye a* main Mht he city limit must rlran the advise of Attorney Lewis ltarvtynn 'U"4. ail c... I tie'
Legion Wright factors In keeping shiwsi tht) up residual results ..f their the lioaril II.l ...llnr l the request Hull. from ih, gjiliir .,1 i In llth Annual South Floe.
eat-fl.h iMipiiliition In the river Work. tir fun-flit. tends to the until. they hav, been givvti the the }Junior <'l
I Officers June 15 Aircraft Carrier and restoring the balance' <>' city It. was ct--I".... "aulhurlty l'U pay" The re- Marian. Chni, i<><.ICnrley May 21an., at Camp Clover.
game fish sin h us anook and The ('..un,-ll alan. aakrtl Ran- quest will l I.. taken up later .an. Wayne Mliiili ;:s. /t'at's bait, near hake 'PUclil. The

.- ,E: A new .m ti-pwripir, ; I'' Installation of the newly Alvle It. Wright senior chief bass. tMtrn to draw up a net ot Ilitu ....'.) Me rush. authority hat Lewis and Ruport II m",'i''< pirkgritni will start ut O ..m.,

ant that r>-.>llv 'york.1 l lSolvituniii I elected officers of American i 4 damage controlman USN. son They stated that a twlr e a luHoii.nn .bow much unit. whnt ttertt. .'IIn'.d. (ht thn 1IUphorn..r. I.-", i .11 iuttorry Wctln*..lay. May :37Orowwr .
1 ;: car i problems I maintained. the type trash will be hatulle l lit the Hoard .uU. .) imr....1.l uttu C).>ldringk betty tit: .k'..... will hear
by *
; :, year study a varl.ty
d': t for in i ivy who had I Legion Pout 11 will bo held r K tKy Cwfnrav**. Maiy "KlUa.bih of .,.ail.,... The first: days
.. ;;, J dea1..rrcd help, MI i I o.ff.ctiv.f <" M CM June 13 at .be Legjon Horn on i ills. ) 111.. Is serving aboard the 25 percent itrei."_ in the mittt" wh has consultant with anti *I>CIHK|..| by...i>.y W. .'a. Jph........ t>cu."y .1.-------a) -'. prc>ni .no will feature. fortilUer

AJMJmi'BBc,;, iSANT a West HrHnwy Street U was ,anti-submarine aircraft carrier br of lease and anuoK In I........+."*.. .1U.. In ihl_ wlcM ity soil. to writ. a LePer. ,u.|.,.4 .byIhv bill 4.mv*. ,..n.l.) 5i. Walt. practice" halting and lopping1.
*" ''ntfermfms al.solufHy 'they .or Innotineld lWre today l USS Kearsarge which March Itlver and that to malnUitA wads the rurtrU League. irfnlrip > t. Ogden I ivtc t t* a. Minry. Tarn*. and K 'rtln A thousands of grntc'TuI uaor. Newly elected officers are SO serached for nine paasen this a rlos study of lI.hr\ \ .. .tltr.... salrl .that In repre..nl it by r..-11. t..wnrda) VMini C ltt y. Onrr. .. 4 a., T *mess and several talk
Positive action < .II-I.d. i with Louie Morgan commander; i gars of a privately owned aircraft the area mist be maintained. many irises l>.na.h ami. weight. to the Male mipwrUtUj. .M'Mt ..fIeha CtemtjW .......' I M r".n.

skin complete and clothing gentkn..e' is rmiiiti to normal Dink Hradley vice-comman i idr which was forced to ditchIn Phillipy slated that UM. eetI I uVirmttHi. tlW fresh plrkwl. up. ali U reque.*..nn survey. of flee. ..... Ann Let. ,....rs'MII, Thumday> program will In-

Bible by new type; 01 formulad ,90- I ; Jimmy Albritton second!' I the Pacific Ocean fish wa. a pr.rt U ry fish and Inev lust winivr fr.*s.. r.> lit h .M> -age atM i ....w arlwal. 01....* Kwa. DeIMKe. II..adl. .rt!.Ml* ruHtVttllun fool-rot.
.vUed by a ymim urniu vpharmacy i commander: : ; Pat Langford. Th. plane was last heard after reaching terns tensjMur I.l idciita' have dumt d whale MW rtillctrwi .< a acre ..'I. U..gai.n. Npihi.. Mhalll. road ,J"7'..,..,.... lrlfN. sprays. lime
and producpii Ky a n ret -..'....nt-.t-arm.; Harold I From on March 2H when It reported fed on eggs anti mtnnown of I lr..c. prunln ant such inta ,are.. BnljitHSlIt. MMNMMfit. tied fresh- IMaaM.r| ... and| tree wrap vCnmly .
trustworthy ycur-uld) I J..born | Wilcox second sergeant I an engine fire on Its other fish and that eoarunerclal Mir I pale. lur tha city tf\Kh.l ito In* ur\r; l I. suppsa.ai I later at** el_. lira .h.htit f ',a..a.' -ie swill. banhe.
tory. 9O-day supply1 nn plu : ,ierr'a; W. L Wools. chaplain; I flight: from Hawaii to Los Ante fishermen who took :MIlt. I tare errs ..f anti Aanbrrrn r,>.
tea lotry At counters lenilini drug trntle; niui fluid tot j Read. Harding. Sr. historian; | lea. At sunset on April 1 1. the SCO pounds at the' tlm. of til**? I mild .It s..ini>nn. Jayee.na...r.... r.J ,r ure. ull growers to .ti .

formula with Iat.'nlt.rt nvI!,,n npplicator. Ddrncy Barnard Cln.nc.01.- learrh was called off and thepassengers fish helped .increase game Dart j J U clawr MM residents year will be the fifth yearOnce J..hV" I' M I f" .','rlit 1.1. I I. J .1 i l.rn. ', Ih* features of
Hcntrinlir .t"'I'\ :I ficcr.; Hett Cl.ise. service of- | were presumed loet.K..ar. However Ernest urdy.. hah irtwH. It baa bean. prnirr.wlfist | l ut h a survey has .hen. ,. ,If.. 3.'n.. .htJ "ti.. '". n, >u'o U Ih* I large
.mccasiv perspirationfor :I f furr f i, ; a id executive committee, .. normally operates camp operator at Liverpool?. each Psnuivnt .b* .lntill x| u :..1.. k ,' nl, ctuplay.
many us k''p. und.i .r.ira i iiMnlutvly Cilti-rt) Sullivan. Johnnie Mai.. the hub of an anti-submarine ,lu ewer htMHl with a iwwninalrtlarce .
try teal. that cottinwrvtal fishermen
... te.1. Si and Dick Heed. Sr 'Hunter-Killer" group 11'I' I IrK addltlnrv! l....dsNurmaJly. .
Arcadia Irujr" r.< S. Detiotna were Illegally using .... city. NalntalnsMi ,
--- bait fnr raffish$ and UwtvbytaBifig
;;::---- . ... t h. 1 Intrsi and. two men <>n y a "
-- Mon
--- ----- art
.- >nv Rome
a
many
: .. -L-! ,, -L. their trntllitea. Ktsdle ft.. iayU4lay trash |s.)........ Put .. v' ,
aA
wards of Nocal. _...... t+w I pr.-t four tr'eka and l lena a t ak
m'> : t f3 STRAIGHT-LINE Game CntnlaisufMrrs aittenttotto ,a, win vurlii daily b* swli h up
: with tile ..ts>c1iat uci trash .1I.'s.! .
jK -llr the fact that many palsssw.bualets .
11. DESIGN hd their rmAorm snarl Sanlnicn ates. ** to submit. Pas

: ..I l In ..rvtl"11M eununririal rru rnMNwl. .UssjM! lee limit ngIraalt
at ih. n.at f......1'' acts

"'io. -..:... = a... : i"--" .!df.-'':"' -:__ .- -,__--.--l_ t In fUhertneti.rrply. lame Commlafltuflrvpre .,d. ...... r.M rtlnsj. of t*.e rtiy r....
rtl.. and The Ar.wlUri w.it
: rntaUv. told the> gtestrti I I
: Ca.tAINflaI Mary a full ri,.tft of .lit* new
that reguletiona of
.. neMs and ....uI4'1.....
GEr n/H. G ELECTRICL3TFRIGERATOR fishing in IMiola CVsusKy I
subject to na..*... .by" the Bn.r.)

of C'omtnlsslpmrs in n un'> \ 'T

i j fI<< ...In.1.reply la IMS W....... V' GymnatoriumMoves _

Oryt.n' Irarw.atp'r que.ua.. Step i
abuut tb.trU .t M the rl*...
Joe Uurg..., .f Ikw. fMa4v Boar Nearer Start

aa.aaarn.aitr.a-tii=w- of Health. s.M U *l her mv ,
"..ItorN had ahewwax. ; Ar''''', liJr rhairrr of
= .... 1.1'4'., (' A : -..'
-y= ONLY 28 results prima waste ..at.rt.. Arnfy '
fhp'f roil b.vid.pier:an.IMa.t .
UN tOl
frsmi
flowing slump < '
INCHESWIDE .. .........,.. Iana'rt' W.iyns.elr.ta :
tory into the rfrvr M* satedthat t
I., ..<. lUvwr was Nat no. ... rely .U nt..l.t>.tir W.lrbaol
mal -..r what H M was* lair to I_ .....M| .f LjvntyQsjsmiiiassi : I ..

:: c and aaM tftMrt .... kw. wstr _< In regular .
Ma M ::.. :: level. ..,... h4.*> ..selpaniure..retwr.aed gs efan. I'"t Te.ed.y. the new
( grwth of' gee-. ....... tue oM"II.|i.sMs) UW bi t loc
..__._,.... rat ... City. (
...... ........ rh.. "--. iyntiam" -
f DIAL CtllOST COtlVfMrNCf ,
.twy** .f pant. led. 5rrma. tho -i.e.Jas. .
!, I .'KI. wk.'J' d.Ivesi 4Ig .emttti tine off the -___i.n.. r .Mi* fww |ww._l l>t>t. ,;..' .
; .*vHi(*......4 rem sews '
.+ f omir TtAr iY I :C: 32.its. WMt wt ewilJSMftfcal nr.a.s be. sa.r.1.1 h.rwdtrw.. 'jnfcsili bJ
Mate rt wa. derided. Ihattit.
s
: ;s --w.o.- for cr..,.,.... ..1, d4alsa .aee**.*.-.1 atpriM.ne.MMs eMMSw eha.sih dsaia. a... Korea MkI My IMvtdT

L.a.haa M ..... a.ailw ....... M tha uaasswt .. (7t.
draoi.e.A.a.. Nit w...... ... .....,.. ..... Jtbe
.It! 1+a; ruU.WlDTH "t'ZU.u..W wr.e
1grs.. C...........,. _.,_L
1 -. 4 (...... f.r safety rta r.41a4. Sr rawta z
Tb Olsa+a.wk.F.1 .. .. be
: i are M ....... _- -- M.&m. n...
e4 I ..... haereud in f3riieac .. ...... by cp/. e.eqey red
: MAGIC CCr.-lC- tukCuwe' _. INot fithnsoi featt15L..ae.b. w1w.I V ... rdMbr. .rr1 the.
al..aea we.d.d ofd sled.M ... Ii ws attY. yb Care, ioaowr's. p4154. owed. The ,..... Ie a.IIa.. ...., I, f l.:..,., 'r e' 'e ",.' .e hi .Pat. de w.'t keuble .the
Ar'wse't .. 3lg..4NN. Ihud 'J.er' W. ....,. Ne ....M.' ....C. P.c3er. .... ..,. '. ..
.t nearby gri.r. .a ws. r. 11.Me. .. i 0. r a .1\.1"\ fed',. ..,., ."-... Je'I',.
.. .1 1k... I's-al. paaTtlrc1 easi. .1. d.se .i. N.yeasa, Wt.rf1 C r..) c't 4'a.faey, .".... 4-.Peel .Dr.- I. ....,

clemmereMl fhA..ms.M. r r' ..'..... W.-- bee Vie/ ...."C.JI iris a..r'.1.I ?. It s ..r 5..gdl

: ........ bg law M rtes N auwM Ta. eity. .mfaaal bmwed pit fetal -&,s N'peaMJ he 6. .r d.r.. k IMI
> thr.rr-f. .boss.a r ..... 4 Hi* .* *.** asset wUt IMF IM*. ,. ..
cad. sirs / 1':
i _...... h ar .. ha .... ... .skswl -*. a t*S yes. .*.. tar : .yw pp.l 51.1 t'y w .. t
$219951A ibM soy fisP..e..se .. 4.1.w a1L UH --* IH<.. aamxnl ., |M.' t Tla.Ms. W ..II .... 'I'foI .., ..i,;';+ ., '!I' "'7 -:... .t-.

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4TUE..ARCADIAN. Arcadia, Florida. Thu day. May 21. 1DC4tm }

1 LKiiiM =tJJc: i!:. I .t I, t
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11lef; icIa l}tts who lad under ter visited their daughter and

; -r f II M-W kw week.' HeJsJftpr son-in-laws, Mr. untL Mr Jim Monday. My MI. 1964 ,
'
: Li4rW N>Zht'Bowling +
II N From Owens" ved .somebutsUU Brewer and' sonsli',* The
ws. League 'is> last ownma *.
In a serious condrnorr.: Mr. David Pence and daughter
The Oil let to left Monday Beverly of Winter Haven to a halt for this season.

mornng for Tennessee wherehe were over UM visitois of With one more Monday of
14) had been together In several day and wore the dinner grreNof
(Written for May second
and and
will receive his' decree and their mother grandmotherMrs. bowing! the first
MRS. RAY STROBLE years They enjoyed a picnic Mr/*. Colliers parents Mr.
diploma from Carson Newman C. W. Pearce Wednesday team positions were oe-
Louise Johnson and the dinner in the woods for the and Mr. Harold Garner week. Beverly has place
\ Miss College. Our congratulations to of la* Just Oiiitely I decided this past Monday -
Converse family attended the noon meal. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Brewer him on h.;. successful: achievement returned tram tin eight;: months night Barnard Buick: won
Spring Concert of DeSoto high Guests of Rev. and Mrs. and sons were out Sunday In hU work. stay in Hawaii and was DUU"orlc.od three points from Gulf Naval
'' Glllett for Mothers Day were for a Mothers Day visit with Many happy returns of the while there and is now team of
the
them top
school' Friday night They report nr make
his mother Mrs. W A. Gillett
fine his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ear. day to Shawn Johnson Mr. Mrs. Robert Reynold Her visit the league and DeSoto National
it
was a very per
Sr. Ills sister and family Mr. nest Brewer. und Mrs. Bill much enjoyed by
Williams and was very from
formance1' and a credit to all 4' t Barut won four points
who participated. Anna Lou and Mrs. James Oxford Donna Mr and Mrs. D. L. Johnson Mrs. Bessie Morton who all her grandmother as she told Arcadia Drug making them

Johnson and Kathy Converse Lori and Daryl, all of Par- and son toy of Okeecnobec celebrated birthdays the last of her experiences and life come in second.

are members of the Glee Club. rlsh We were happy to have and Mrs. Nell Robertson of few days. while in the Islands. tor tournara Buick. Carolyn
Wr were very glad to have them with us in our church Pine Island were here Sundayfor Mr. and Mrs. Bostlc Mortonof Mrs. Clara Stroble and Mrs. Moncrlef bowled high game of

Mr. Gibson and family of Ma- Sunday morning. a visit with their mother Tampa, Mr. John Hal Morton Ray Stroble visited Mr. and 201 and series of 493. For Gulf
pies. Mr and Mrs. Eubanksand Also with us for the service Mrs. H. G. Johnson and fam of Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bohn in Arcadia Se Naval Stores Sue Hardingbowled

family of Orlando and Mrs. were Mrs. Perry Body and ily.Mr. Mrs. James Morton of Indian Wednesday morning of last high game of 160 and
Varnadore with us !In our friends Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Harmon Johnson and son Town were here Sunday for week. The Donns expected to acres ot 419.
church services Sunday morn- of Arcadia.Mr. Edward drove over to Miami Homecoming and a visit with leave this week for their sum for the Hank Mary Anderson

Ing. They were all guests of and Mrs. Charles Scott Saturday to spend the weekend their father Mr. and Mrs. Joe mer home in Shell Lake, Wis. bowled hign game of 183

Mr. and Mrs. M J. Parrlsh for and son Daryl of Ft. Lauderdale with Mrs. Johnson and Morton. Whil In town the Strobles also and series of .>.'*!. For Arcadia
Mothers Day. Mrs. VarnadoreIs Mr. and Mrs. T. L Zelgler Buddy returning here early Mr. and Mrs. Den Robertson visited Mrs. tattle Wilson and bf Dru Virginia Albritton bowled -
the mother of Mrs. Parrish Mrs. Mae Richardson and Monday morning. of Pine Island were Sunday daughter Mrs. Haywood Wilson high game of 166 and serer -

*nd. the other ladles! are sis Mr. and Mrs. John Porch of Sorry to hear that JoAnne for a visit with her mo- to Inquire about Mrs. Wilson r ot 413.Kochs .
Arcadia were the Sunday Patton and Theresa Johnsonare ther Mrs. H. G. Johnson and sister. Mrs.' Kate Miller, xw Drug won four points
ters.Mr.. and Mrs. Jim Brewer and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill home from school with the to a,tend services: at ou'r' who Is seriously ill and a pat. i u from Miss Gertrude. For Koih's

sons Walt and Bob attended Coulter and family. mumps. church. lent In the Jacksonville Hos Barbara Heflin bowled high
Ahe Boggess family reunion Mr. and Mrs. Donald Collier Rev and Mrs Dud Gillett Mr. .an.d Mrs. W. F. Boggess: pital. Mrs. Miller has many game of 132 and series of 393.

'held in Ft. Ogden Sunday, the and baby son Donald of Arcadia drove over to Sarasota late of rt Ogden came up Sunday friends here who regret to A ,..Gertlr4 For' Miss Gertrude, Alice
first time, all of the: families attended church here Sun- Sunday afternon to visit Mr. afternoon for the sing and la hear of her Illness Bailey bowled high game of
t
._ ,
-- bowled
163 and Opal iiisnop
high series of 442.

TOP BOWLERS:-Top bowlers in bowlers of the Turner Realty won four
Feed.
BAllOT Moorman
SAMPLE from
month competition for men's leagues and ladies For points Turner Isabelle Permenter -

leagues discuss their techniques for selecting the bowled high game of 178

proper ball. Opel Bishop Asbury Street, Arcadia, of 492. For Moor-
In] accordance with the provisions of section 101.20 Florida statutes of 1951, the Board of County Com mis- won the ladies division with a 534, and Cliff Brans- man and series Feed Ina Laidig bowled

sioners-of; D.Soto County hereby orders to bo published this sample ballot for- tho May 26 Republican Primary ford, S. Brevard Avenue. Arcadia, won the men's high game of 133 and Pat

Election.! .. division with a 599. (Arcadian Photo) Heald Western had high Auto series won of three 408.

points from Boring Auto. For
Western Auto iAnn Con-

SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT INITIALS OF I sales and series bowled of high 458.: game For Boring of 209

I NO': ISSUING ; Auto Ruth Ola had high game

OFFICER BOWLING of 179 and series of 4U2.*
REPUBLICAN PARTY T
i' jl .a Team: standings are as follows -

NEWS
Signature of Elector STUB NO.1 1NO.VA ._ Barnard Buick 90 50
.. .. -- .,.. UeSoto National 84 30
__ h_ __ ____
.. '. ._. I Turner Realty 79 61
II Koch's Drug 77ft 62%

+. SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT'INITIALS OF INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE MERCHANTS LEAGUE Western Auto 76 64

May 19, 1964 May 7, 1964 Boring: Auto 73 67
I '' ISSUING Harry Ladd helped Peace Moorman Feed 68 72
: : ? REPUBLICAN 1 PARTY OFFICER River Moving tighten the gap Smith X-Cel took over 1st Miss Gertrude 33 Va 844

'I**&.r -"" iii)- *% between them and Turner Realty place Thursday night !in the Gulf Naval Stores 53 Vi 84Vii

,..It'F/l;/..:/M3" .,. Co. Tuesday night with a Merchants loop by winning Arcadia Drug 42% 97 Va
,
.:i''."!: .. ,,;; ..i. STUB NO. 2 big 231. 602 series to beat Turner 3 n % over the Bank team. The final night of bowling .

n.'" .. '... .- ----------- -. .. 3 1. Jimmy Albritton pitched With only one week of League: will find the schedule as fol-
.v in with 203.579 series lows
.' .r ,( <' '. also. Dick Donaldson led play to BO. X-Cel has a H4
Turner
.1 .r' i :.\ Barnard Buick vs Turner
: : .. SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT rft with 203571. Ebby Dyal Same margin over CocaCola.The Itealty .
.. \ ; a
\ I t 1 :'" ,t. .. .. came up with 540 for Turner last week of play brings DeSoto National Dank vs Miss .

; J''' ,'''' also. Greg Cavas and Art X-Cel vs Sunbeam Bread and Gertrude
;
: REPUBLICAN PARTY
Laidig tied to the pin with Coca-Cola vs Middleton Kochs Drug Western Auto :
I :.,. rjl 50... Gulf Naval won 4-O by Candy Boring Auto vs Moorman Feed
Co. It will be
Interesting to see
4, : forfeit over Barfleld's Shop.AI Gulf Naval Stores vs Arcadia
26 1964 what happens. Lets all hope
May "Tiger", Edwards came near Drug
that Sunbeam and Middleton
\ to laying a 200 triplicate serles The election of officers for
DESOTO COUNTY J with ZOO-200-191 for a 591 have full teams next week. the Monday night bowling ,
For' the best
last week"Mars"
: ; scores
.: series to pace Gulf Naval. league for tt64 3 heldon
was
.
\ Wallis tipped the scales
.
t- Anchorman Bob Erickson
Precinct No.________ was with a 209-235-618 to lead the Monday night May 18,
".." --T, i 1.\. ... crowding Al with 203-216373. loop and was, the only one in 1964. with the following of-S .
Palmer Spreader spli t with fleers elected:
TO vote for w person whose name la printed on the ballot mark a erase (X) in tho square at the RIGHT of the name of. the person for whom you Johnson Grove 22. George the OOO" George Palmer came President Christine Cochran

desire, to\.vote.. ;, EXCEPTS FOR: DELEGATES, In which case you mark a ruM (X) mark IN THE CHICLE ONLY. Palmer led his team with 231 up with S37 for X-Cel. Weldon Vice-pres. Marie Johnson
Williams
r ** --v. 203-328 for the
589. Bill ,MeAnly had :546. Sec.-Treas. Isabelie JPernMtntttr
.
"" ':," .lIIi National Committeeman Bank. Middleton Candy Co.
Andy Garner had a pair ot 200games
Olive
Sgt.-at-arms Cross
OFFICIAL" PRESIDENTIAL split with the Arcadia Music -
.: 'I ,i. j pnercncNCK. PRIMARY DALLOT (Vote for One) a 202-209-579 series for and Furniture team 2-2. Roy Also the election of officersfor
.. .. Johnson Grove. C. T C. won the .
'. City of Arcadia Bowling
I Place an "- Association was held with '
l'4. \ ..J column of the group uf delegates for whom WILLIAM (BILL)CRAMERALBERT .1 I-I I II Frank Keene leading the way with Middleton.a 2OU-587 series to the following officers elected: ;
'r. .... you wish to vote. with 531. Bob hook top Jimmy Albrlt-
s '' '0. ,.lI. ROBERTS I I-I I topped ton threw a 203 middle game President: Mary Anderson
t with 507.
,1 = = -- Trop.
- Vice-pres.: Betty Roe
along with Frank Keene 202.
Team Won Lost
Standings
Candidates Jeff Poole Secretary Camille Wallis ,
National Committeewoman pumped a big 206-
Turner Realty Co. 86 50
Treasurer
Christine
: Cochran
:316 along with
Ken Johnson
River 85 50 .
Peace Moving Vs %
,," ; WITH NO PREFERENCE (Vote for One) Johnson Grove Serv. 78 58Palm..r 536 Ted Kller had a 509 series
LADIES LEAGUE
also. Aliene'a
Radio TV won
.tj'I.t'I:J rr 74
;" '1'3 : For President Spreader 62: 3-1 over the Whidden Co. (Week of May 14)
i : Big
: : HELENE M.MORRISFiiANCEsTcT
\ 1=I Tropical ExU 73 63
I .t' : !.' At ''TItI' '" Edwards In the Ladies Monday Night
'. 'l.p ...', : SALMON" I I C. T. C. 6'Jn 73H was push Bowling League Koch's '
.fr I.r. \ f ing a BOO series with a steady Drug
59 77Ilarficld's
.1 Gulf Naval Stores
)\ ; ,- won four
: ; 0 28 108 577. Gene Meyer started witha points from Turner
i \ Shop Realty For .
\ : : ; 200 and totaled out 323 along Koch's. Camille

.i ..,"..."t.:. ) with Lynn Bates 306. Coca Wallis bowled high game of .
'
,. DELEGATES-AT-LARGE a .. Little League Cola split with Sunbeam Bread 169 and Barbara Hefin bowled
.F, : 22. Jerry' Scott had a pair of high series of 431. For Turner.

WILLIAM D. PAWLEY "" '- 200 game 201.211 and a 369 Dixie Sanborn bowled high
t" ,., game of 133 and series of 399.Barnard .
.
series Ebby Dy l 200. -lO, Dick
; : Organising Chairman ScheduleMay S3 and Tom 523. Jerold Gas- Buick won three .
kina points from Moorman' Feed :
< Jt/ rolled a nice 523 series
; WILLIAM D. PAWIJCY 31 Central Transformer For .
,
for Sunbeam. Bill McAnly had Barnard. Geri Brannan
01..
M t.t.1: TOM FAIRFIELD IlItOWN .
\ t Methodist Mens C. 21!524. Channel Ins. downed bowled high game of 203 and '
t '.. (I. HAROLD ALEXANDER ".< ,k.,; May 22; Eller Realty Nocaatee Th. Arcadian ;Sol with Ralph series of 349. For Moorman ;

1 ,. < BASIL M. LaVERGNC Hodges Tile Christ. Cochran sporting a 337 series Feed Ina Laidig bowled high ,

+ 'r WILLIAM T. WAKr IAN May 2. Methodist Mens C. for ChanneL Wayne Gillette game of 189 and series of 486. *; ;
MARY ELI.EN YOUNG toped the Arcadian with 481. Gulf Naval and Boring Auto .
MAY L. HARWOOU Central Transformer Team Standings each won two points. For Gulf _

... THELMA T. FISCHER May 38. Nocatee Hodge X-Cel 0i 4.H Naval Marie Johnson bowled *.:

HELENE M. MORRIS .. Coca Cola U 51 high game of ISO and series r

:. JANET II. SHOWALTEH Tile.May 29. Christ Central Middleton, 04 H 33 SAUene's ot 417. For Boring Auto Ruth ("r
Transformer. Methodist Mens '78"10- *-* Ola bowled high game of lee .
,'1 ., Channel 6S 71 and series of 441. .
DISTRICT DELEGATES C Filer Realty. Arcadia. Music 8T 73 Miss Gertrude won three:

1 ,, June 2. Christ Hodges Til. Bank 2tfc 77 H points from Arcadia Drug. For .P
",n;," 7th Congressional District ';. Noeutr Filer Realty. Whidden 58 11 Miss Gertrude Betty Roe bowl. ;

..1,1" ;, .. :. June S, Eller Realty Hodges Sunbeam SO" ed high game of 161 and series' p
RICHARD E. NELSON ,4." I The Arcadian of..l of 423 was bowled' by Opal* .
Tile. Noealee Christ.
ISABEL. M1CHAELSON .t t ,t 1'r 4. Dhop. For Arcadia Drug Virginia :
-- ,... ::J, a,.. June 9. Methodist Mens C.Nocoat. Albritton bowled high '

Candidates ... '' : .... hangs* Tile. Central Arame of 133 and Doris Moore
:: DeSoto Sailor
.1, i bowled. .
Transfarmer. high sies of 390. ;
Preferring" ,* ; / June 11. Christ .- EHr DeSotG National! Bank won "
: .' BARRY GOLDWATER I ,, 1:,.'w Realty. Based At Milton three points from Western ;

For PresidentDELEGATESATLARGE f', .:;r.;. v". June 12. Methodist :Mens C.Itudg Raymond --. aviation Acts For \\11' Its-tk. Val Kevne .
1 '\" 't'. ** Til*. Nocatre Central machinist's' mate second d.... bowled h ,h ..1 < of 3J and ;

,u It '. .t' Transformer.June 1-S.X' .M of Mr. and Mrs Mike Recta Cv.s bowled high' sere i
; 55_.**.> ... E,,*r RealtyCent- Henry' of Arc.'adi.n1n.. : ". f.U r.- Wetter Auto '.

'. 0 n\":,5. .f ral Transformer. Christ vs.Methodist wiih Training Squadron' Two Meg Law.bowled bIP' .

": r qq". ..; I"I Mm' C. based at Whiting Field Naval game of IM and series t "". V.If !:: <> June. IS. Necetee Hodges' A ltiarr Air Stsoon, Milton. was bowled by. Olive.. en... 4
4 ; t > ,A TlWv\

., ,,. June Methodist Mns C. FlaH reported April 17, from t""..
WILLIAM C, IULL! ) CHAMCJlOrganiaiAg .' < i" J. Eller Realty Central. Trans- the Navel' Air Tvctminl TraI_ Williams '"

OuUrnvsn .!t '* tenser. Cnrte. led tceater. VtTU| !*> CTrnn. VisitsMombasa r:
June M, Christ Hodges :'
WILLIAM c. (!tILL CltAMKR .. Kenya :
a jMte 19. Metnudist Men' C.
ROBFJtT It ELROtl ..J":' ; .| ,.., Korate. DeSoto Marine Leaned. t' WII....... engine-: ':
EDGAR L. KIEFKltALXUCnT J'T'i. n June JX EJWr. Realty Central man s* --.iia rim. USM.' sow cat .
t KOnEHTH .- &$&kJW f .: a Transfermer.June Mr. aid Sirs Kirby L Wo*. .
To i
JAMES WKIIULK + jO* '' yea .. 3Nseatse Cfcrtst Foreign Duty Urns at Route 3, ArraOia. FU, :
to u.-. FRANCES C. SALMON f .'P'f..,,; Il.dg Tale M U adUt Mens' Maetr. w_ C.ryral YNol.... P. ***"*.** >G*.. ApeU S

dr "f"r r,' OfAL A. SHCLTOT I -t t.i Club. CKtrW W Kerwr. son. .< :Mr. *o.u watte teamw' afea*..d. the :
.
.,.. ;; EVELYNK GBEKKRMArHUITA > .. Just 3ft. Noc_t.... ESIer R.- and Mr. Jesse J. x rwy oC attack. asrrr USS Bon .
MAYTAG a Hy. Central Transformer .*. Route X. .A.rcaod'n.... .... Hamm. ltwa in
M
1 .''f:.!,.", Hogs TViA.J grwsvtstod. from Marine Srur. 11M iVrfrrn. Paerr.rlm"\ tbe :
( L EMILY )l. UOYLSTON .,. Ace. Sn..t..
ty X Elk: ReaHjr IIodcn 4
4" .. ,,4'. -- 'J" f Tile C eeatr.l Traawsocwter .%-.. Heed-err << Hr ...f M a part' cat tK .
.., DISTRICT'DtLCGATES to i Nwt.w Himlsrsen: Schist Arlington., Va. -C .eata aqu.dee. whits fcsApctt .
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... e e .i q.. 7th Congressional District S .' ..' Jets 7. C-tnl 74ar\ +d s'aia1'tn.l35ethoelgt lie ... .... be awsnr .. ...kaag .eeral 'treat wur ,.

.,... NftIII C. Carat eyed a: firvtcm misty. wife the a-... to p.r1a. b.d.ri g M .B ed
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I; : AnCAAjAN.r And: !In, fJorM Th y ndav. }ti r 21. 1.f4!) ; ,A' ,
clan Brctton Inees appealed' .. .... ; i
on ballots passed 'C6___!__ r ___- .. .,.... ......_..._. ."...--f.._.....__ ..."_ .__ .._..f..t, w.I.s..KA. ._,((11'1._ _____. ,
out to each '''"' :
.twJ tFpidamorttfssg"Miiy ; t r.aas.aiIWla service;; : . !
lew Student : ''JStP'S ,st Ikr.i: vI' ... ., d"h'" ':'( *pccia Officers:
dents organized a writevotW Mews From Ona '' : r' t'h "dry t:1 t e t, t ( injn. .I
ect
Council. for officers of their choir wttfe Notes 50th Birthdav I' .11I'nIIIN' w.'1C..1 q I
Leader t
had not been nominated during By MRS. MABRY )' ..... flht d w.iII! In"M .w.Jft M .. n'H M' jing meet- 1
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the -- -- .
I On Monday, May\ 11. a spec- whose assembly on Monday, and Yvonne Albritton. Judy : aw pr..itlc u1 l U .b..1.. i II assembly held names therefore did note Robert Lee Murphy \ sic May U the Guides. nnl.rs..ry <'.vie Center. Thursday under f
was In
In th appear on the rec standpoint of Indh.fltuIs.: partnershlpa. J'in !the 11'\\\.1.' : \ i ionce : ub.< r-
gh school auditorium with were rejected ballots. Thesevotes Thursday at the Zolfo &. vto*. '.. "r Aitnrultural I ct.n- coperatona and oooperatives. \ of the G ,l It,t i is.iry .\ III1Vt.- the! 'ponaorshin of the local. I
t DHS students due to restrictions however tary School for next *"* and IIIoDnk., in the United State* : of t.-,tteiit. ..in n .1',.. Extension; Service.Ouest .
attending. in the con MM twin II.., lured l Extension: fcfrtc* Nancy Mama, HI
mination speeches wen yiv- stitution of the Student Council school. They are real ',tts I ,,,.t ll..Th, astt,,"uln' ane Montgomery, Mike Pooaei r speaker. was Charles .
the offices :I. The votes were counted and MMMung forward to ., Weaver of DeSoto High 1 .
lor of .
the 1 19rj4.< i ;+ .i.l i Mn Mttotfoi and Hobby Juvnn! enact Uit
Stu lent Council. Joe Waktn and officers for the 1994-65 i.... her. ;Jw: ,' h\\' o i!ei,,.onatrbtionijuxt parts and the '; McCall S xws; school who talked on "Con-
) has been
program "
Student > '
Ikbl.1e: Adult
Council Murphy nl taming Education. Wea-
spoke for Helen were announced :-- .. .
tt.tn .
Bretton. 'r. : Melee .
I.mating her for the office !' to be Helen Bretton president her 7th birthday the s>..nod... i.ln" ,:.a S :"> rt."brute.a tocitlt.ioiiy a great. cress whereevcr presented. Basic Trainingi vcr Hipp, principal of the Noc- >i
t -
president. Sue Sassier ; Su- **a n + \
was Of- There' are artiste TOO membrriof i Ronnie C. McCall n, axtcleft .
children visited in arish mission on ParUmentary ProceOuratV -
I minted for and
; Lynda Oitt'
vice-president Stewart seen urday afternoon. .. : or the progiama pre1I".CI ".11 In DeSoto Coutuy" ) i of Mr. and Mrs Nolnn% J. Mrs and JVtr .foatellfl fc
Dianne Bogges. Joel Cor- tary-treasurer. QriasV- t ti' Jumur II.nimusa;.m.nc1 the n'"e 10 years through .. .
and Lynda Air. and Mrs. Donald senior Call *f Ate dla. began bu$lc Dowseshorse. demonstration
,minated for Stewart were ---- -- phy. Mr. and Mrs. Carl r and Private\ Kotiuy Is tAe Amer- high school, and about .sa\, training April II at the Navel agent, reported the goals and
Irer by Lew secretary-trea Some people these days Ret Mr. and Mrs. J. W. which t.nterprsae Pro- sat MMe members are o>er Training Center Great lakes objectives ot Extension.' Pro- "
Bassler
Ames. and exhausted simply by wrestling Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mur ...a includes two boys 14 rears: of age. 111.I grease Official: wockshop reu.
I The teen names of with their conscience.Alex Jackie and Gi lend a. Mr. elfg'. Clubs"pel two lill'j": trim the 4-11 The local: l Extension n tl l I The. nlne-werk training' in- preneaUilives. were Mrs. Ru- .
these nom- Dreier Air*. Mahrv. Alurohv and f.: : .... ham. tlC'mnn.tratiun work I iispotMored I i eludes nuva'ClrlC'nClttlon.' his- pert Smith. Mrs. Fern Channel
-- 'ml10
'-- 14y. Il f.i7e.UY; naxk to Judc: mttuit prognMn In- on a stale" level by, tory and id. ,u7.atlon. ...mdn..hll and Karl' ,Neiberger "
the
britton. Ma' Tripp and pih.1''*' fi..n r catesjorte r.f the U S Department of Aitrl- ), ordinance and gunnery, The Nocatee 4-II, club was..
/Cockeru enjoyed the races : Mrs. eiiUitu se fruot the culture Unlx-ersity t.r Florltio i, miUtnry drill first alt! and in charge of the openingsexercisers
I the Ilradenton-Sarasota ( Mra.I and the tVSotu County I'ollrd I, survival for the program. '
I V.W/ Friday 1MI U. I'M': I __....../. ------ -- --- -- -. -.-.- -.'--- .- -..
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I Arcadia --- -- -- - --- --- -----
Mabry Murphy and J FOR a
1'ayne drove in several! : AikMrtt- GRADUATION +;
;I Mr and Mrs. Oonuld ; : tlavW General
w v Timothy and Arlene i Wayac" Samsonite Stream ere

BEFORE travel to Telegraph Cyprus last Hospital M.
you
rR day. Uk.r Tito ela44c
I I Guest of Mrs. Rebecca Mm. IllSPJI'.AL. ABOJIBSIONSVotk 11 luggage a
write for your free and Noah Kirkland last "" ..f t 1\ttuy'Illh l i gilt hut I ne9cr goes

end were Mr. and Mrs. + MfMt U A1.tr !s. N 111..n.. Aiithuik. out Uratth,
1 1 Will.m. AIM SumineraiU
TRAVEL Fox: and Butch Mvers
ern
'their families from IjthU C Carl: I lligtnou, Klaiite: ProctoilUlxrt
Vtlfc and' Sunday Mr And \Vvo l- J I K.nti. Hubert IlamU
GUIDE ( lit.! Showers of Tampa : t:ton l.'IKIJ Ilanteh Willie' UrilFtn
than. Ileth .t' Shirley t..te-.

Travel the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph la.t May Iu".h1. win Mtrciti
Congress way and children of Sarasota with> this Travel Guide. ited hi',r p.ren Rev. : Uyerly, I1r1a.v !>..iuiii.. tlas-ry Sreb
Just the dze to carry In Mrs. Emmltt Simmons from t Jrb.ii U, ihil, Gerald: Oatcllrum =,
your pocket or the plow Jimmy fast Sunday. comportment of your car. Mrs. Granville Wilkins tMr. J 1....&:. K....... Annie Chandler ,,yM
Gives rate, locations, Canal Point visited Mr. wct-k. SUi.': I Lilattd:: Itrf&y" FarleyHOSPITAL _
facilities of better class motor hotels coast to coos?. Mrs. Mabry Murphy ,...
Inspected and approved by Congress Motor Hotali. and Tuesday. Park UISC-MAKCJES
Members of Congress Motor Hotel offer free Mr. W. R. Robbins of | ....- Wvwk ut May 11th
reservation service. We honor Credit Cords.wwato ami visited Mr. and Mrs. Linda Hannah ;ihlrlejr Fustsr .
Murphy and family and Mas- iml' ....1>>". Arlum Men. ;
,
I Mabry Murphy and Avon fi ItJit rt .HarnUwii.. Ma,.y HcwsriClN'i
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CONGRESS MOTOR HOTELS Thursday. : ......1- < .<>nl 1 Keene, JIM Nippci
Louis Tyson of Parrsh *ill< to HK wrk. Mary Jan
1674 Meridian Avenue ed Mrs. Mabiy Murphy 't>hy C Clark Mlttle: Summerulls.
children Friday Mae t.ln.t l Uiand. Stephen l. Tay
Miami Beach 39 Florida PFC Harry lime who h... Kalitc hue UuiMrrU. am '
been in the Philippine t bats). IriTMt A van t, JamcLri .
for the last 13 months Is K! '''". Gerald i>ates. Nat
visiting his parents Mr. Mrs. "e.."-". !:lima Drown. Lee I Mill

Mrs. Wayne Allen and \ Sun-

Station WAPG Programs George Istapoka Taylor last Sunday were fishers and ,. Week UIHTIIS of May Illh

Sebring and Lake Placid '''' Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Powell
..,....s.! M lerrer. Jr, girl, Betsy Arlulii
Mrs. Harry Smith spent i Alerrwr.Mr 'alelet131M u.-. ',c.....,.., pa,111N.' ,
1480 Mikl Mrs. Wlllam' Shelby V...taMMAS. a.-I.le." as .,...
on your dial era! days at Ft. situ lea la.n'0'51.. I.'tl a
with her son and Ills I, rwt.-r. boy. Johnny Le. Fie, You can't
family
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give for
luggage less
Jim Cranles. ter. any unless it's a lot less, luggage

WEEK Mr. and Mrs. George Mr and Mrs. Hobby Joe Ro sail roil\ cm soled .I.... But fOIl won't mal..s lid) aampaet. tIIOIat.... dut the "Msrlort
DAYS THURSDAY we vaults "
CHANGE lor were In Avon Park bert. boy. Hubby Juat Itu 1".IIOft." Streamllh,,. loots able) mss "' u, taut wto,...
3.31 I!** M It 41 TIM A...... bells tj.t spiciest. jo, do.p..* lard If
a .. _.... on business. than it oils and It __ 1- Ills .
: =.N..4h. a W UIHTIIS ,., r "P'"''' wsci coos. .T. lilt in mt host vow em for chat
1 del ...... ,Maw.. FRIDAY CHANG Those visiting' Mr. and irt f sera. classic, shape.. ..Uptrtd." The eattld .U salad Gin pea
o -- a. w_..... .. \V.,. .; Vf April 27th. SlrismHIt. for Iran, Brown OK", Saddle
,: S a_ a. ..._ : .H.S.. 5.5.5. Fleming Hines Sunday slrwsd'swi' '' a ret' ; d ;*jrt list U caste M4 scuff
THE Colorado
laOWtl" fur
..4lwai.:::. Mr: and Mrs. Raymond Mr and Mrs Huaaell New I.W.U.L. 101I& I.,8OY' COftIlltKtlOll ..... TiS Salop.,. Tan, Lid
.S M..l ti.rPI',' Ge a we/w.a...... .aATURDAY CHANGES and boys of Punta Cord, ton McL* M>n. (Ski. Ucb ra eat Crslti .H--M. Iles. ...tlkI *'
S e 1.H,,.. 'al W-W wWe "..._. Sherrtr MiLcnun
5O5 M..w.t M..e .. ...-4 lIu ....., a.... w *Mk f.Heo and Mrs. L> F !lines. and i'L. Mr and Mrs. .
Thorata
.3 M.rw+w. 0..N... dren of Ft. Lonekome. Mr Bruxk.C
.41 M r..1N.v. S.S.ns_iHrv? w_..... SUNDAY Mrs. Earl Williams and fJmly .1.1 T,'rry.ym. n Hraka.air .
?., and Dud Evers and << 'f" ; sad Mr*. WIHiurn Hoy Arcadia Music Furniture Store
its I oe s M..N.1:::nLsnv-w tale... 4 5w.d-- / :: ::+::.O... .. ........ Clayton. :: : : ,a. itu,, Jr. _-. Uoru.. O.vi -
W.,5.. .. 1.a: --.. "' .Unyett. .
Jack
and )
I e H._ h___. S. W ..a to_ a."u. a. W....... Mabry IurJ hy.Ma" Mrami Mrs. Nathan Wealey
r S tar Tw a la a_ c._II a.w-. Trlpp, and Louis (.'0ern (''' in
/. :::: N5dww a. W5tb : *9Ot 5,5.44.. C5..5 si s4 attended the car rues' and Newton CI.r. <<, t>* MM* u. 33 W. OAK ST. POLK'S WA 87281Just
1 i "'_.. M..r.. Ge --4 ..p N N5dS .. S W..HNI of :N...*... '
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s..e H. h--- a WwM WM ** frt Punta Gorda Saturday.
L..t .:19 S.... CN 5'5..r 31 Nfr and. M,... James llvwan .
5 e* M..N.M. .. .w.4 .*O Ww* '- .. w.. '- Mr. and Mrs. David ..-
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3.eoee N..e H i.. I t M..W.1 ", ... Ge '_e ij ""m Mi ...... :
md Buster of Tampa <
4 M f'MitittttM."a7 WMTW I' "1 _, .
-t.-- Mr. Mrs
4 01 T:: Mr. and HoMty l.ha>rlMl <
TtaMM Mr and Mrs Harry Smith Su.
; s: .Mi--i.-i.-... 1-- A. WM..... 11::.:0: a.:..:.:..."H_b ,._"I.:a. w.i..w Jay ..- ..... flirt Pamela Aids Ml<

S.IS !*.. off I .t 1..d.,. '' Ie .._ Lamms Harretaon anMr
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L "- : and Mrs. Donald. .
,... aorta Od.tB
N. ...... Mr and Mrs. Jerry Lyerly
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MONDAY CHANGES o s.. ... 0.1_ hlldren at PunU Gorda Stjrday. .0.- *......, ...n. Misty' Lt ...,....
S>4S 5..d NMM MM ::?... __.e tea mltT'fH' ':

.,4a'TUESDAY,...... 0. CHANGES n..a ,'N: s..4._..,H..d t. .. i -w.-... Jerry Lyerly visited M.. ., Week .f Aprtl. OthMr. $7 a month more
1HM.
4 :: N... L._ a. __ Lea Karrelsnn' and sad. Mra James lay Ito .
WEDNESDAY CHANGES 4ib S::::: < ) +ta. berta. b.,. Janae IMvfct. Ro
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$ Sunday and Mrs. lIa.l
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t 4S w...', T. v..._ 3 .1 $... Des-. *. hefts. .
sisa: seen-0.-: Uitrd In Avon Park with )fl' MI' and Mr. Luther. Frank .. ..
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and Mrs. Wayne Rbclfer -' ---- -- .
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Hn OaMwell. William _
All two busy. Vie
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Programs Listed Ar. Subject
Cfcanae
children and Mrs. SslUe Far My. to* Ckbttfwell.M .

A..> In Uw afternnnn of T ml ....! ,..,.. Edward: .

Chandler. girl AprilDKATHS RrlrC'hasrttla.
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Morse Peerless and I r" -... ,n.a4 ear darn N.a as1I,Clam.. Call f sf. Ford! GstUui 500.* And it's equipped! the way you want It:
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; :B-A -- TIIE_ :ARCADIAN, :Arcadia. Florida Thursday;,.May. .21-1964.. _- ...,. .... .. .. .._ ,


: This and That. ,= ;; I' 'I Local: Dealer Got, B'oord''Plo'v' '. "4. :bRq A ; tt ""eJl-Uegioii AN"ilia: i ry, River Pollutions-, *1

World Fair r 'Proj.AI t11 ;. B Continued from pale l-A) ,, .- ,
TripAn Study & 1IJ- '
i (Continued from page 1-A) a l o- *Ra e. en Wf- fT1, 'l4' Char es, aGe' -.
j { The Thin Red Line,' made by all expenses paid trip tc:, Of Peace River +9 6 glzing for his clumsiness. ers' Fields."*VVaeticaliy' ever J
I. Security Pictures Inc. in association the New York' World's Fair Roosevelt la one of 14 candidates one is familiar with its openIng -
has been by an Arcadia i Peace River Valley took a for Agency Probe j
with A.C.E. It's bestseller won a the Job of Democratic lines; "In Flanders' fields *" 1
by James. Jones, author businessman for a showing a i major step last Thursday at National Committeeman for the poppies blow between the .
rn" of 'From Here To Eternity. percentage: increase in sales for the area meeting of Valley .r < the state of Florida. lie has crosses: row on row." The State Board of Health
. the year. leaders to discuss water pro- been a Florida resident for The poppy as a memorial to l
:. The director is Andrew Mar- ." I-.s:: quietly made an investigation -
ton, who won an Oscar nomination Frak Nazarro. owner mana > bldms of the counties that 4 only 18 months but In his our servicemen's sacrif: ifces: for of
charges during a pol-
J for The Longest Day' on ger: of Aliene's Radio and T.V.,, border Peace River when the speech at the DeSoto Restau- the cause of freedom dates
J which he was one of the trio won the trip by selling Phil co> long task of working up a "wa- rant he explained that his back to the years following_ tical rally that the Peace River

\ of directors. The screenplay is appliances He also said he ter budget: for the next SO Interest In the state dates backto the first World War. The was being polluted by Polk

by Bernard Gordan and the would take a tide trip and visit years was adopted. [1 1918 when he came herewith American soldiers returning County's phosphate companies.The .
I score is now being done by with his family while he was The meeting held at, the r 't his, father. Roosevelt also home in 1918 were familiar

Malcolm. Arnold who won an In the North. Palm House Restaurant, May OI"1 A )he fathering. ':that' !he has with the wild European poppies Investigation apparentlyseeks

I Academy Award for Bridge: Two years ago Nazarro wona 14? was ,attended; .by leader J ,l I tcta!; pr :'p w.>terS whch bloomed on.the} Bat- to refute charges by Arcadia ,
of $4 .
,
i similar trip to La Vegas. of the Peace Riven B.Ia.lf-nl.$ I ( ; "7
On The River Kvtal.: ; ,{ 1Sr --t'-! i'1.I't.. uefields of Europe. Mayor Paul Speer who
'Several ,) ading: exhibitor Employees at the store will Southwest I'lorida'W.&er..Manr, i +rf t! .... his ta teH} ''.All of the red crepe paper told a political: rally crowd
t I members of A.C.E. have seen carryon business as usual agement: District, and:the.Peace .the ,grp at his rlep.pgaexit memorial flowers .'pficred to :*
majot portions of the oleturer while! Nazarro Is away Itiver Study Advisory Committee has lla he.IsViisort. I ''of I tie public each year by volun- April .28 in Arcadia "they

I I and predict It will be one of 'as well as interested, residents t.. arget! $ Tlier''t:r.i., .,,oar grant teer workers are made by vet. (phosphate companies' ) are

I the year's big hits.; Bailey of the discussed area". ...- 1 r v.Rllketr u_ R_,.the;day ,fans in hospitals and recou- deliberately .'turning loose
3 PrisonersContinued Paul Thomas, Mayor-of'W.-.u-. :;. 1\. die ,. ,
said. layed a ::kee44 pmae,.ofjl perations tstiters throughoutthe : sludge pits for their own con- ,
+ chula. who heads the,Advisory, .r ;. rM aGa Although ilia nation. ,
( i ifrom page 1-A) .. rthe. par venlence..
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+ the east coast. Committee :received,, ,verbaland r hectic, he appeared Jo *n* |f. Since the years following
Beasley was locked In the written reports from: leaders 'f' Jl:!: every minute of It. 2 World War I the flower has At the rally governor candidate -
< Farm Bureau sweat box a small ill-aired of Industry .J., .. Lrlture, ... L tI '4I am inFlorida 'by* choice, become symbolic of the sacrifices Scott Kelly said he
engineers: recreauint.o: ...n- If'i; : .hebetated .",I chose to' 11.e'ln : all American servicemen
punishment room, for over an would take Immediate to
> step
Meets May 28 hour before he was rescued by mental technicians, scientists t o 'ir ,: your great state because 1 be-) have made in the nation's de- clean up the river.K. .
t a prisoner who knocked the and public relations representatives l''-ve In the future you have fense. Wearing a poppy on May
In a move to join simlllar ahead 23 will be
of-you. your opportunity K. Hufstutler. sanitary
I DeSoto County Farm Bureau locks from the door. Beasley
,
then notified the DeSoto movements under way # *i* callus .on local residents to remember them. engineer with the stream and
{ will have a quarterly In other river basin areas of for
\ County Sheriffs department. support and promised. If air pollution lab at Winter Haven
....
| jimbcr hip meeting: in the Descriptions of the three Florida. elected to give: the state the said only that the State
f build The reports were the culm- kind of representation neededto Board of Health
F Brownville Community wanted men have been broad- keeps a constant -
; Ing Thursday May 28. cast to all surrounding areas.Sheriff ination of surveys by experts MOST\ TALENTED:Selected as the top three in fulfill the requirements of City Requests check on the condition of

t There will be a covered dish Lloyd Hollon said. The and scientists aAd will be partof the talent show at the DeSoto Theatre :Monday a growing: state. (Continued from page 1-A) the river.
when informations In congressional night are Timmy Taylor 10. of Myakka City, Miss "My Miami business requiresme tion and that algae thrived on
at 6:45: Following prisoners, apprehended
i supper p.m.
hearings and future water to maintain In the discharged nutrients. But a letter to a number of
\ the supper there will be a will face charges of escaping Pam Paisley. 15, 202 West Oak Street Arcadia an office
officials the board madea
t program: put on by the DeSotoi and addltonal time will be discussions. and Mike Pridgen. 15, 604 North Mills Avenue. Ar- Washington. This Is ImportantIn tie described the situation shows
The water available in Florida described by Sanborn for Arcadia special check following the
selecting for this office.
i 4-1 club. Members and friends added to the sentences the three cadia. The talent show is held every Monday me
at any one tim Is limited This Is a non-paying job so was becoming: prevalentall charge and it reported "the
( are Invited. men are already serving night and is cosponsored by local merchants. 'Tim condition of the Peace River
accordng to John Wakefield ,In the past ,your representatives along the Peace River Val-
/ director of water resources my is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Taylor and : have tended to let Im- ley. has been acceptable: for the last

I and conservation Florida won first place by playing the steel guitar and portant things pass by rather Engineers of the SWFWMD. two year...* He was referring

Board of Conservation. singing. Pam. daughter of Mrs. Eleanor Paisley} than travel. Since I will be in parent body of the basin board. to its use as. part of the city's,

i t Fellow Increased demands on &the won second by singing, and Mike son of Mr 'and the capital about once each will make a detailed study of water supply.

l water supply such as new Mrs. James Pridgen, also sang. (Arcadian Photo) month I can keep Florida well the pollution and make their The letter reported the poor
groves needing Irrigation new renresented.** report of findings to officialsof I
condition of the which
industries and farms makes While making: the rounds In Arcadia and to the Florida water "
lI It Imperative that long-rang downtown Arcadia. Roosevelt State Board of Health. apparently led to the charge '
I; Americans planning be dope now. Patrol Checks Six ResidentsOn told The Arcadian "they sure was a result of a heavy buildupof
algae: due to low water 1 levels
Itepreentatlves from mining make It rough on a candidatefor
Interests called to attentionthat Three Mishaps Historical this job. A man Is expected May 30 To Be no rain lots of sunshineand water
sluggish: : moving
This year Is Little League' Silver Anniversary.The mlned-over land will be to conduct a campaign as showed
The investigation
used to other enterprises and During Week<. large as that of a gubernatorial -
quarter century observance will take place CommitteesAt P. O. Holiday 264.6 million algae cells In
some will be turned to public candidate) and after he getselected
during Little league Foundation Week June 8.14 quart of water.
The Arcadia detachment of every
30 will be
use. It's a nonpaying job. Saturday May, ,
1004. of the President of the
by proclamation Consideration for "low In- the Florida Highway Patrol the fourth meeting of the ""This Is the most effective observed as a legal holiday by The letter also warned thatif

United States and the Congress. come" bracket people who fish reports on three accidents Investigated Peace River Valley Historical: kind of campaigning", he con- the Arcadia post office. Postmaster low water prevails through:

Over Its 25>> years Little League hat registered the "wet land" areas and the during the past Society Tuesday nllbt:1ri: Fort..t 1ued. "Meeting .the' people Gordon Johnson announced the summer "conditions and
recreational uses of lakes and like this .was used by my.Fa today. events similar can be expected -
an impact of discipline, fitness und fair play seven days. Two 0.115. students
upon Meade the Honorableq.aHardin '
rivers was aked by C. V. O. ther.. ;Although he had; polio; There' will be no winuow to occur: again."
millions of boy*. It him made a real contributionto escaped electrocution an Lakelagd'wes' f
Peterson of
Hughes phosphate official .. he would stop his car In every service or deliveries by city
decency in youth against current trends toward Water control projects for Arcadia man failed to negotiate the guest speaker. Mal* Peter block and the people would I carriers or rural carriers, but Under normal conditions Ar-

dellnqu(>ncy.: As u force for good it deserves consideration other areas of the stat and a curve hit and a Estero son. an ardent amateA''htstorian -, gather round to shake his hand special dellviery mail will be cada's water treatment settling
and! support.I for the center of the ,Pac Florida man a cow. archol4gi and hear what he had tosay." I IAI delivered and mail will be box. basins are flushed out at least
Frances Patricia Boggesa, 10, and t spoke
River Valley all draw or ears, ? ,. and Mrs. Roosevelt have ed at the post office. once every three weeks. During
believe in Little League because It keep our eligible to draw, federal par of P. O. Box 26. Ft. Ogden of the Importance .,of Vii aj) .kf'owledge campaigned in 84 of Florida's The usual holiday schedulefor the period of heavy* alga:

growing families together.. Once a year we ask for ticlpatlon. Wskefivld told the lost control of the 1959 Ford of history. H. explained 87 counties. Saturday evening I collection receipt and dispatch It was reported the tanks had

help tn keep our movement on the right. track group. lie stated he believedthe she was driving and The knocked accI- sources: of much hiddeA. .history they, newto Tampa for another I of mail will be observed. to be flushed once every day.
down Utility pole.
a
through leadership, training and iiportsmunahip.' States participation: In dent occurred Thursday'afternoon In the Peace) River Y U.7. speaking; engagement. ,
such water conservation and I
Little I U I n charitable: organization and In a rain storm on. half of
nllno control projects would come With the appointment
mil north of Nocate. High GRADUATES OF
the community is its solo nupM| >rt. Contribution from the general funds and tntion wires fell across the committees the organisation Services Set

4 are tax deductible. Any donation you might make not from revenue bonds.City car but neither the driver nor of the Peace River'Valley Historical -

I to our Little league. either In money or a contribution d \ her sifter. DI.nne. 17, .a pas Society was completed. (Continued from page 1-A) DeSoto 9wu

I of your time will be gratefully acknowledged. anger was Injured. Among the committee: *. appointed Rupert Brooke's Immortal

t" .' Directory According to the Patrol report were the following: po-mrt\. Soldier", marks
Miss Boggess rounded Membership committee:( Miss,
I' No director or trustee receives! compensation( a curve at 6O to 63 'm.p.h. Ella Rails and Robert t>i Pike, the British plot. The poem

and no fund raising costs will bo extracted from Being Compiled then the car akldded off the both of Arcadia? .ntT, \iT&fga*:.: reads:'

your gift.Please By Polk FirmA left side of the highway strikIng Brooke of Bowling < ....*. '"If X should die. think only
the pole.Florida 4 .atft. this of me: ANEWBULOVAENTER
help Little League If you can. I dofor I representative of the R. Power Companycrews Program commlt :| That there some corner

feel It Is part of our .stake in tho future, of good L. Polk Company Is starting were called to the seen T. Devane of SeMingC;:! Mrs 'of foreign field T

cIUzcn: hll). work this week compiling the Immediately but residents In O. L. Waring 'JutkfcUnd; That is forever England.
1944 edition of th* Arcadia the area were without electricity :- T. C. Und.rwoodl."WIlb nula; Stafford Zw Wells of the
Sincerely, 0 City Directory It was reported for about three hours. and Miss Elizabeth ltufcs Upf,: ;' Arcadia Rotary Club will act
Thomas J. Newcomb. President Fort Ogden. llUtorfeX' SUM
of ceremonies for
her this week. Patricia II o g; g e s s was as master
DeSoto County Little Leagut Paul Garner company enumerator charged with failure to have Committee William If.BeVu ofFort the services with:the program
t will be calling on residents the vehicle under control. Meade; Vernon,..Tjrt Pee!*-* as follows: Invocation. Rev. D.

.- of the city, to secure the The vehicle was owned by lea of Punta Oordaj <
following Information: 1. Nameof the Boring Auto Company.A Mabry Carlton of "Wauchula.Publclty Church; Welcome. lion.
head of nous. and wife 2. Committee: Ralph Paul Sper. Arcadia City, Mayor -
; 50 year old Estero. FlorIda -
a ;.IPO: t Itt.'fo ?: t r8 g p' wt + Occupation and place of employment woman was Injured slightly Sumner of Wauchulai .Mrs. ; Memorial Address George
Flood of Fort Mead
Dorothy
.,. .; 3. Homeowner or when the car her husband ; Stonebraker. American Legion;
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dna Colonel Read B Harding
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of wratns by
and number. Presentation
!' .,' .'. .. : renter telephone was driving struck a cow on
\ I .' -!: '" ThoM listed include any SR-31. 12 miles south of At- of Arcadia. the organisations; Benediction.

.i,4 i / r. member of the family 18 years cadia. The accident occurred Auditing Committee: T. C. Mrs., Rupert Smith and the
,
I, ; : or older those In the Armed Thursday evening about a.: IS. Underwood of Wauchula;,. and American Legion Auxiliary
I r, Forces or any at school and Francis Evert Wasps 4. and Tape will be sounded by:
L4I Claude C. Jones. Jr., ol Areadi. -
.I :/ any person living In rural..... struck a cow that ws{yn. the .. '. ; David Mieacn of St. Leo College Two or riles
nut covered by the canvas but roadway. Passing motorists former first cometist with
are employed In the city. Areas moved his wife. Levesta to With the completion ;W ,the the DeSoto High School band. IUCicr 6RADU s -r

e to be covered and Included In Arcadia General for treatment. organization of tit s& society, Sponsors of the program WIlBUL

r the directory ar* the city of Damage to Waters car amounted forty five charter 'members. extend a warm welcome to
Arcadia and the King and Baker to $3SO. Th owner of were? counted. "" the general public. A
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..: subdivisions. In addition the animal was unknown. -
\ numerators will ask the name Ralph Earl McCue. 3" of WAICHIff
and age of all minor childrenin 420 North Polk Avenue, Arcadia -i 1- HEY KIDS' lAVK YOUR MC COLA BOTTLE CAP*

kpa rt each household. was charged with willful ron PUN:TjNpW STARTING JUNK '1tH. .

Contents ot the Directorywill and wanton reckless driving! i "/nt'w1Tl/9'RC'. BOTTLE CAPS.
Include a resume of the when he failed to negotiate a I

i history of Arcadia a business curve 11 miles west of Arcadiaon A Pla. ,tm e TfciatrJ_ s
classified section an alphabetical SH7J. In* accident occurred :
I section hating all persons Saturday morning at I:SO.Th 3(4llT
and business eetabtiahments a patrol. report stated- Start* 1

,.' street. guide and a numerical that McCue was driving his FRIDJIYFair DESOTOr
telephone section. 942 Jaguar east on SR-7J. He

1 weal The public. cooperation la rounded curve' at 93100 mph. OUR BIG CLOCK CONTEST!
earn dividends of 4 ...C'o = requested In order that the applied the brake and skidded
Z .IM. ur directory wilt be as C'Ulnp"Mand M4 fet on lh* right shoulder NOTHING 70 BUr..MOrNIN6 TO DO
correct as possible.Salesmen of the road. Neat th* car
....In an lnurd-lo-$1OOOO Mvtng atvounl. No%%ofrie, about ran Into a ditch, tore down a 1 i 1 t slit JIM *fi *r your r*ese t" our bif clock fat)

market. (luctu. liont that affect other 'type of InvettmcnL |lust barbed wire fence. uprooted Her*'* your' chance to ,.'r. a ?u cwa Watch 6olMtry heel

t open/ an account and start earning dividends today.' Fined Palmettos and came to a rest. Com Nt today and ,ep.tet tReed's .
I In a pasture S2fl feet from taM

: t Carry RKV-frr*Travel Money For No Permit ...-. Distance from the pavement cOU41TCtF care save
to point of rest was 1.113,
I_ a ..fr. v.". ere.tN .
i s' Three. 8U Petersburg doortodoor '''I.. ... i. ,N e'I
1,1 w-L..t.: salesmen werecon- accidents wr in- r Mw ./w.. r.
!, i ..er ,-"'-- .. All three .. .
II 'T'1'1" 1 victed in Arcadia, City Court raUtted' by. trooper J. C. .rear atsa ..-
j-- Monday by Judge-Mayor" P. P. Prevail ot use Highway Pa- uT .

1 Spear for soUcWng without ...... so_ r
a .pesm... It ws* reported her _.
AMERICAN -
EXPRESS TRAVELERS CHEQUESA today.rtawd. 1UEFr

$S4. or. SO, days the' i ..ee.v .
sure thing becau >ou get a prompt refund' if Cheque are following sal** personnel paid ::Cifeirette! Tqx

I lost or HoJen Spcndabl as cash cv.r>>",*here. Cost-only a their fUMPSHeebect:
''Meceipts DownrfCitar.rteitrske 1,.
0'
Mce.n.a.t
penny a dollar., Mrs. Lynn Oliver
Catherine TreJuarew > have fallen --

netted with Qu.s.c.... Is*. throughout state and

.,, ,. -tJ '13 Four other ........ *f the la lOHMqmrxe.' saWs tax rot' .-
.
irate sUamiasMd Wet ton which '
name group on cigarettes*
far lack of evidence.Selling s.. t* qualified Florida. cities .... aartasca s ;
door.*.-...... without. haw ,(alto* raft aerrdin+ ty, ; *t ,rl fRbuiiEAa easeSS.c'r w e..ew .

First Federals a p.esat obta.Ia.d fr.sw. the t Arcadia which. U sa.fI 1 1r r-r. -, .
offlre e( the City Baronies UvtoUUon ... autesalfyTytesalfy been s..tta.< ...- : 'a.-1 ....-.....-.--.- ..

a ., Ordinance .T. twe $geDO-Teeo' sea ....u.. -hi l".T..tt.trr.. a KILLER I -rw -
Savings And Loan which re autre. all ..... peruruwl received. osOy tXMl.TJ. tor. this
,. Ui rapist be ........ sno.ts r-xeUHa. aorortfmg Ie -. "" TIM .

Association.p prUted .*.d ........ Ad pay Margaret Way. City, Re.-I-r.. PLNS I -oLD' SOLDIER- -

a fee .< $X A caveat' eeare.y, ash nMe a

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THUMAN SENSING
Dy ROBERT MO11RIS
Disclosure In New York City
Sing the cruel 1 Intervention Mr.. Bart E. Nelborger. Editor ,of the remarks made by the
that 87 students at leading
on the part of the U. S. State The Are ulkan boy concerning the coverage.
Northern colleges have signed Buy. I've known Oc-
never a
In'the affairs In 3O &issue
Department Internal ;your April a
a statement saying that Solo Baaketboll. team to get
tiey would refuse to light against ) : of South Viet Nam' last jMiliticul rally story rciMirteilcharges this kind of publicity VU

the Communist VietCong November that resulted in the by Mayor! P. V Spew !limit the basketball team 13:

I. In South Viet Nam Is assassination of our loyal ally of Arcudia that the phosphate being recognised." There were

'y a shameful episode. 9' \ \ President Diem and his bro companies were deliberatelyixtlluttruj more! that I over heard at different
j... While these youth were declaring IVaco Itivrr by..- time
--- therrln law our position In
,
that "United States LOCp l 10M. from settling arcrao.TMiikmtf Whether or not any ot the
i participation In that war 1* I I Ik\ that embattled country has that th; Information' boy have toll you. you ran
for the sup- COMMVN been deterioriating' Our I losses )" contain may not have rent assured it. wo appreciated
.
presson of the d and the savage acts of terror s rune tu your attention. I ant
Viet Names. committed ngaintt Innocent: attaching,. a copy of a related Also .I'm quite surd-'the *rtte
struggle for SIMM** story which nppeurrd l In' the up hj>pcil our attendance
I JMTIR
and children have been
2.. national Independence women Tampa Tribune. this' mornhi. wnieh psi| turn give us more
ta- ." other making the news in recent I pat'UC't"rI7 Invite your "'. money.. to operate the athletic!

youngAmericans 4\Viro Ao/ -Tlie U.S. "l..rlnM'n'<< of Agriculture "|'rrrilM>rater \tecks. tentktn to the atuteinent by K. programs on.
In **1 always like to crochet vthenever tte have n latest K. lIurratutl ..., of the Florida' Thank again for your .roncern. -
a for senior
sjslrm Hermitage; << rili/rn home f.,rilirallaiMl The situation has become lit
\ Southeast Asia \ speaker -- It kec;>* my miu osew4CCL"SIN State LUMI-J uf lie"h'e" Win ___
anti a community center for I'rlKtna critical that the alternativesnow
etch hough
were the tar. tar haven, offlcr. that the John OambrollBasketball
get of enemy tire! :MiMtouri\ town nlmnly /.111,,_ f.. iliI;.... cited are either neutralization condition or "Peace lil\tr hut Coach
of that strategic coun
Ha. WBBB bullets and t>t.." ..t: t.ble for the teat DeSotu High School
try or stepped-up offensiveson
terrorist attacks. This outrageous Arcadia, Florida.
two
years"
PLANNING IN THE DARK the part of American forces ///f 1J"/c./t N
statement published In C,< >r.' As a newcomer to the arra.
that begin to take on the pro
the ultra-leftwlng Journal The In their eagerness to foist largesse (at taxpayers expense portions of another Korean you undoubtedly. reacted with EdItor. The' ArcadianWe .

National Guardian was signed ) on local communities some bureaucrats do not War. coturrit 'u the suggestion. that deeply" wppi:c'utcil I 'the
by ;youths who have had the Peace Ht\vr was being uulItitecl '-
even bother to ascertain whether or not the localitieseven Bill Not The Answer news release In your p.pt'e-
advantage of eduction in some Reader of this. column : Lot me hasten tu assure
need the facilities they recommend.A .
of the biggest and best known know that we have been offering you that InUritMtiuttal' Minerals lative tu the 1W4 annual Wl-
colleges in the United States. deplorable example of this off-beat proclivity was a solution to the enslavement Chemical Curporatlon .and ter lest)! appeal and would lass

Yet they have failed to perceive exposed recently by Ht. p. Durwurd G. hail Republican that prevails In "You have nothing to wi rry of iin.lftn, reining. uh
the difference betweenour of Missouri.: lie revealed that the U. S. Department of Asia: This solution I believe, about. We now h4"\ebroader a i w.'surni 'hr armei. an abundant > lea are not 4eltt. >crtttrly polhit- thank you for your aMlstaavoin .
nation's fight for freedom Agriculture in its all-out pursuit of its "rural renewal' can solve virtually every problem trig the river On the contrary.; thai manner. The contrtmillooj -
and the communist fight for program blithely announced that it would proxide a In the Far East Including I law In our state "e. supply of low rout fuels all of us are dltlgvtttly'' wurkIng to the ...*.." Seal appeal'

domination of the world. water system for the town of Hermitage a senior citizens the increasingly sticky sage 0: the Federal I Civil for hi. machine About 1 I mil at great expense to avoid In y M sr area. were greater limit

1 Each student who signed the home for \Vheatland, and a community center for problem of Viet Nam. Rights Act won't affect us" lion I.rmhhI.( ... now account damage to any stream or rivers. )peer th.u7"lr.. and wato '
statement must bear personal : I fool, that your bringing the
Urbana.If That is the substance <>f replies for altnokt 10 prrrent uf
guilt for what he has done. Chiang Kai-shek today haj. It Is true that there wore I appeal. to the attention uf yourcertainly
of real needs made from ro-"Clvll (tights"solons all motor fuel coiiaunietlIVlrotouNibMsevI ..
was improbably
Nevertheless, the public can any survey an army of 6OO.OOO first-rat. iant breaks, rrejlng turbid I matters prayed u bitfMoat &
not but wonder what In our was done in the dark. because even, telephone call to troops. It Is the best army In that tire bring received' ferllluier water Intu the Peace Rlv r. ** I...."'-.

national atmosphere would the mayor of the three Mi:*>ouri communities would Asia. Arrayed against It Is the by protesting constituents In tnseetiekles. soil furntKiinla. ,recently a* two or three vc"tr* of the funds are ttir' .tM .

make it possible for a young have quickly produced the following facts: Iced Chinese Army number. the :34 Mates presently having plant hormone, went Killer anti I MP> Nit these. were accidental <.. | towards our _t ttewMeraimnlntf

American to arrive at such 1. Hermitajrq: already has a water system. Ing some two-million troops so-called civil rights .laws follanta l .play IfnpMitnni. roles Our last was In January.VM\ <4 prograrn. or the phy
conclusions.: 2. A five-unit senior citizens housing project initiated Out this latter army has five their hooks In Increasing farm output. That It wa accidental should 'neatly' handicapped nt Camp
Those who have studied the by an independent builder is already under way in fronts on which to fight, the un Tude".'. farmers +.. more than 1 M clearly Indicated by th< '.Chalinge.. Florttiit's Easier
Intellectual climate of recent Wheatland. most formidable being the New York tit name on. such lust take proriurta loon the I Fact that It put sitar Noolyn seal ('. .woad '. Cln'I.-!

years will readily understand 3. Citizens of Urbana opened a community center Chinese people who must be stale, has a strong civil rights soil Using their lr..etor. and plant I a multtmllttoto dottar '.d>}>. We be ,hnpr. >y to
what lies behind the statement pnjiced lest they rise!' up and law. Thus. It Is reasonable, to $ 'tlierMtion. out of pmluetlon 1.lava you glean any. .pertinent.
by the young men who assert some time ago. throw off their captors.Chiang's ak Senators Javlta and Kcut- .rth-.In. marhlnery theyapply 'or I several days Our dttmmfeo I I information from the bruchur
soil|| and' water cunser*
In the of Agriculture
"With 122.OOO employees Department -
Ing who for more I I lop '' reader Ww are mare'
that they will not fight for are eager 'I vxceviled tlbu.ooo) > ur
'Intelligence, glean radon' pencils,. such a* ion-
their country. What's behind it (one for every 30 farms) it would seem that the legislation of the sort at the It wriml be M prlvHUf to eau' < .1.. not reach many of the
ed tram hundreds of nibble mulchIng
forays tour plowing, -
b a steady unremitting vilification Secretary of Agriculture would have gone to some onto the mainland r.vealsthat Federal level to what they. and. IrrtsJN'lnn. they, also have I pas visit. .u tear a leer I I IL phy! I rally handicapped; in
of patriotism and national lengths to avoir 'such comedy of rrron*"," remarked the great majority of the attribute. the recent disturbance rrntore r.>.IHJt*.it to the *.il ''of L the mines' plant ami aettln 1:'orlol" t i who. <. ..hilt. ben.,(''n train''

sovereignty. Further Representative Hall. Chin,... people would rallyto and general racial turmoil thi-uiifh th.. use t>f nitrogen- :j areas which are un ilnnilly 'ini. N.' .,f*
more great numbers of ;youth Is that asking too much? his banner 'In the event he .In their state? ri<'h ammonia, pnnlwcoil by '. the o..) eta nt snwN *moundvtl tow i I, in III' process of ..rtc..tlinge.msera I
also have been told that they returned to his homeland Is It that the law of the state many. of the na lion's, oil istine" I' accuiuttl' MM. I sn I*n. > for the sun.1"1'" i prom.
must practice revolution with When' I visited Formosa and has failed. to make the minor "an,.,. use threw :I tdent. you woctkl& ) leave planI i ifinr I.I' mi. ami' aildltutriut i ml.t Ira :"> .
and .Itles happy, or I la not enforced', I b ',h u.n be obtained (runt '*HIT*
'
in their own country aSainat BatJoli ; the offshore 'Islands last sum million ton of nitrogen ferfillier xl I that I our Industry a niity
Its laws and Institutions. 6Ji.lfff.P.PP.1 mer. I had this estimate amply or that enforcement official a yvnr six UfMa thai I I luutt vltlaen. 'atfita.Tlwak. .
have agreed It cannot ...* Ikies Jr so much: once agahn .-
Is, It -mny wonder therefore, confirmed by my Interview amount tided In "|O. Wrt !'. Charon**** you
that these evil teachings: should with more than thirty defector It mean that the state will not. Otl cnmitany""' rorarch haa Public! flelatlim Mftrtager, i iIntarnatittnal j .
yield evil fruit or cannot preserve the peace $ Miner *. t* Pout
from Had China. ITeaklaafci Mtirruytmil
t The. : wardr .:"superpatriot"was Moral Rejuvenation ..... Chiang* believe that he can.if the "..,.Jur protest" now l lln I." pf lcl cl Js i I -" .,mI..1 C.rpuratkMrllartnw ,r= ... '

coined In the last few regain the mainland without planned for May IH In New of WMlct, from. l IrrlaTsttot' ) UlUhes. FterM GiWtrrr.. ""'U< .iftllur. ;
years as a term of reproach.Prominent York City by the NAACP and "IHJd. t
all-out war-- that revolution and a .poiroleum IMMMK! mulch.
COIlK shMtiM ...n4'
of
government officials Oabson Park "...*... (Special Red School House to the conformist on the mainland would follow get oui that conserves water Inhibit 1wvenSi 1!:fIU!i tor. The Arrocllan
declared that they Intendto In force And he has And what of the nationwide d behalf ..f the U.llsAo J The Areayrflan:
declaredthat of school of today a landing and Mtiai>aS< Into' 'et.ua. ChI .
"muule the men who devote ) I have long typo clear claim to sovereignty over one day stoppage 'that .Is ..... ]IUH Ha. ..kslball. Team and ,...... a. In many time lit ,
their lives to service In moral rejuvenation la a marked the end of a healthy threatened for a later but un 1you he" Inv >,att' to
ore I
China since he Is the last duly It has been eetlmoletl. that ii<1.,*.If. I would ,like. to thank postou
.
I the armed forces of this na- "must If w. are to come era! A farmer's son In the day elected Chief of State. d..d..1 l date Are the Men.atorlal merely' to majtotoln. Present. US for the exeellent veril'.rop your dime in the CJAt4 <

''l tion. From pulpits, young men through the rigors and dangers of the Little lied School& House proponents of the Fi-l- living stand,... farmer must a r- you gave ua tlwrin. the Va its at the corner grocerjr*,
have heard the values of and began hi. education in the Chiang reoccupation of the era! bill trying t<> tell ua that. Increase' protnMtloii. by soon *<>. on, before. and after .*,rv. stores* lu4j-U: counlMl .,
of the present day age early dawn lit* best schooling mainland would solve In 31 stales' nothing will happen ,
American life
to
subjected our than 4C pertesit. within the next I feel ,like, I know better a. .. numermi* plates .to to4l
scorn. such with our civilization Intact In actually begin with his dally South Vlt Nam The except riots and mayhemand
Organizations as problem. 12 year*. due. t<* tl.PI.J .InII tan anyone eta. whet she l ii. a Oangvruw maldUy thule : )
the National Council of an effort to specify ways. of chore. feeding and watering Viet Cong derives Its nourish.ment abandonment of law aNt n.... in 1O/pt..U.. ante up* and picture ..nII.. i ip I Sun yet mwon l.. prevaf ift 1
Churches have been In the bringing this about. I have the animal, operating the from ICed China anal If order? In f..rinf. .that rhsllenge. p. r meant to the laaya and c<< you may prefer l<> m..reer :, e
vanguard of those who argue talked with you about religion farm machinery' planting It. sponsor government fell. The experience. oC the recent m..l..af1Ir....."I know they I feel sure It& gave them iMkl Ini l I... eonftvtteutJoua. when the
that the United States should ethic, thrift education growing' and harvesting crops.He I h e dread terrorists would peat and the prospects for the fan rely'on,, the. close camper< .inspiration| al| time fur >I..i*.kt nt Vtir to mommbn "TV rage
relax Its opposition! to Communist and even a closer attentionto had to be alert and Ingenious vanish. Immediate future should make lien of th<. Kxtenslon: Service same of the big game. g In the "Mother\ harsh
China. Within recent land ownership and its re- enough to meet emergencies. It manifest that more law *>f 4itlnwet On .*.... S..II
,
and .the t''nleufInd"r..ry, You might appreciate some i
the fall of It d
weeks In fact the World Council sponsobllitle as possible remedies Bane reasoning was essrnUal Similarly, e of the same set even though ,
of Churches had a spokesman for today's "moral" Out of such: a life came I China. would eliminate thespectr It Is maole-ln-Washingkns -
In the U. S arguing for problems At this time I want honesty Uu.ft, common sense I of that government becoming will be no more effective than
o soft policy toward the Communist to discus' the Importance: of industry.lrtuaI. a nuclear power: It present stale law and la nut
regimes In Peking and keeping' rugged Individualismalive .rCNDKNCC AND would eliminate the problem the answer to civil dl..a.ctl,
East Berlin. In our society.THFND p 11CAL.THAt : irf lied China getting Into the Ie......
Even where youths have not AGAINST S4hooltinte. such a lad I United Nations It would aulv 0--o
been exposed to leftwing political INDIVIDUALISMUndoubtedly was not loaded Into a boa end> 4 our Loatian crisis; It would r.. THE -TAX CUT TO FVI:\ D
propaganda, there has the greatest driven to some regional school I M>lve the >mpa..e at the lath 'TAX CUTS' mowed one .*cp

been an Insidious current of threat to Individualism Is the many nuke away He walked aratlel.I l ; It would relieve India's nearer on April *n when M ->
teaching to the effect that dependence on social.I.ups to acnovl. buiUMig. up his .Independence fear of Invasion. .Ualppl. became the seven h

ophttticaUon" requires that to brng about "Improvementa" and hi* bodily vigor / Defog we go too far lnl". tale to approve the L b.i .yAmendmenl
one not view all world problems In today's changing. world. For Even If he had to face into 1aand begin reaching forrtrvlned Ile. ..lult4>n 11

from an exclusively national example, poliucian and labor b........... the very resistance j and bloody. solutions repeal. the Federal. income tat ,

standpoint. Young people .leaders want men to be man to such o storm gave him J in South Viet Nana, let ... b* It would require the Oovr-n- I
have been told time and ageable. Hi unit Their goals strength. of will ot an early r..II.ti.I Chiang wants to g<* anent I'. dispose of sume SO"bustnoas.lype ns _
time again In college, church nn be far more easily achieved age Even la hi* local Red home-I Let u* remove our ..- ** Mi."|.... mat _
and In books that Americans If Indlvldualam' can be sub- School House his UvMvtaJuauam straining I hand.Permuting now absorb the |*O biz "! sat
'should be ""understanding of merged. It U neat to Impossible was developed by his havingto from personal. Incomes. II CAN
other nation ambitions and to get a story across to, dig out roost of the. fa tahe nun. .to return to win}
not hasten to assume that the 'men separately one at a time; wanted The rule of "Ood I the mainland. will solve our a-o
'
U. S. Is right.It bolt If '-lea: and thoughts ran help tnoso who help tteenvarlve .wn problem and be a stoke. The month of Mar. tr i ""iMgnJncont
Is not remarkable, there be Instilled In socist groups, *- we implanted in him I For freedom that will reonundH a anniversary 1 rall
fore that some youths fortunately objective con be gained. right at the slsrU the way bock to Moscow. Americans.
a very small minor Loose at the history of UM. At reee** and at noon there (Copyright U. a. Press A. II U. the MItt ........n.:. y
ity have come around to Soviet Union and lu succesa (Continued On Page S-II MctaUon... Washington P. C.) of the fMMMllng. of tne Arultwre :
taking the enemy's side Instead ful expansion of Communism I>.prt nenr'. C'jour?
of their country side In not only within Its borders Uve Tstonstan ftervMe. e

the worldwide struggle of our but In .....,. other countries STRICTLY BUSINESS IrtJ.- ....... unique educational .,...,,! r. ::1haa :
a* welt Tho beets tfa-velopffd played a major role in ;J1 ,
era.The deep love of country rvtletftlve farm chiefly ba astounding. growth of Ihtlon' -.

that continue to permeate our cause *n Independent farmer -, farm pr dw f.ve c '. _
Republic .... not been auppressed wand think too rnocti a* .. city
by the tricky argument Individual for than to be able Operating at fetferaf. t' ,'7

of tho 01 who snake a to fit him Into the ITesalsnprogram. and local ......... the rate ,!y
I career of running dawn America Even: though the ..>rv... brlA. .. farmers oT.. ., r-a', q L r t
: But ,same young people Wuaaln and the Cnlneae Waoer I date knowledge of law a ,
I i bare bee terribly coot ueed. ore now in ,pert eonfllct, ?U1NAG[It wltvral a teetM Muo. *ml. h> ttlwrm
Then lee the current praise they UU agree tnat InoJvfcJvaUty a r jl jl.4a [ to *a ply the rew.lt f
, beuvg given by extremist. MUtt be sliflod for Cam.maaldie ..,...W.* .eeee.tf> to **** t
I ..... of Otem, sad to say, ......-. daily ta.Ji..
# wearing clerical cart.* to in OCR HISTORY orDCafOCKACY Maderav fan.niat was

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treet ., the nation I* on ....- It I. worth while for o* to ... time Ea........ s.n-w. 0_ How If yoa'ra aaytef ywaatt a ,

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. What are eoOego youth* to .. post that orvwAt. abnwt .Iwt a. w.i the fleet sew III .
this* when. their elder, wtwshould Otadiiancrau* way ef life forwe War whkb. brought. prfrepsr..sa /.a..,
know better aojd, whoa which ........ chess bear wtH- .. a.hsa.e7Me. w '.Mus.

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f !-Scholarshlplwaa riwii-did af'w;)J 1 t iers.TligiDiirty'for" these 'arid Miryljrnn Stone. Two year ans, Sue Caskins, Earl Guidry, Ella Rails Mrs. Marilyn Boone, i I Ia'A

\ the third annual honor roll,assembly scholarship letters is dependent service marks were won by Cherrell Jesaup, Bobby! Jeans* Mr. .Earl Xfeibergtsr, and. Mr.
held las Tueaday> May on semester, 'averages of Alary Burtscher, Linda Sue Linda Jeans, Danny Johnson, Ralph Sumner.
auditor- at least 90%"" In subject Croy Betty Catkins, George t
19, in the' high school every .
Bill Jones, Drucilla Jones, Debbie Miss Louise Johnson, National
; rium. This assembly Is sponsored from the time a student enter Latimer, Connie McCormick,
I'i 'jointly by the- DHS National DeSoto High School until the Lou Ella Rails, and Carol Sue Ole Pam Paisley Jerry Honor Society sponsor u
: Honor Society and the scholarship assembly. Walters. Joel Corley and Steve Patton. and Pete Whidden.Mr presented the scholarship a- '
i i j 'tiDHS, Student, Council. Receiving- three year service Lewis received one year service \ ; Vincent DeShazo. prin- wards. Sup Hugh: Flanders
i -\ :.Twenty-eight DHS students marks were- Karen Amos, Lew marks. cipal of DHS. presented plat- recognisedthe<< senior honor
.' 'received scholarship letters or Bassler. Kathy Converse, Barry Receiving their first scholar- form guests Mr. Hugh Flanders society. students and presented
! r; '' sf rvice: marks to previously Ooldrlng. ; Linda Stainbrook ship letter were Carolyn Ev Mr. Arthur Roe, Jr., Miss the gold tassets.

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:I Gaskins' McCormick' Selected EDITORIAL ..

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A campaign for perfect attendance has been startedin : 4W ..,'.

li : : 'dark Staff Editors For Year ward UIIS.to tell Posters us day have by day been how put many on the students main bulletin are ab- NEW' GROWL LEADERS: select"l.l and!

sent. The administration hopes for us one day to reach ial and business leaders for : new I
i our' goal-and that scow is having no students absent year's Growl yearbook staff pub '
f i I Betty Gaskins, a junior next held at 'the 'Arcadia Women's tor and writer of the popular Twenty is the least number we have had absent to date. nouncul Friday at the
1 # year, won the editorship of Club. column The Bulldog's Tale"., Banquet. Sue Bassler has been
t THE BULLDOG'S BARK for Jayne' Dozier will replace Diane I Montgomery as Exchange We can all help in this campaign by .

J1904-85 and Connie McCormick Sue Oaisler as business man- Editor and Worley attending sthool: regularly. Of courseif :
next of the BARK. Replacing Whidden Jr., as chairmanof
a sophomore year agar
:won the associate editorship. Jayrie Dozier as' secretary of THE BULLDOG'S BARK- you are ill. it i is different. But just Selected ,
I New heads for THE BULL.DOG'S DHS Publication. will be Car- sponsored DHS ON THE AIR not coming because you don't want to is Clement Corley

BARK were named last olyn Evans. which is aired every Friday wrong. We are required to have school I
,Friday night May 13. at the Other editors appointed were afternoon at 4:30 over WAPG. '
of cannot be
180 Many us
annual Publications banquet Martha Jo Hill as Social Edl-! Approximately 8O Publications days a year.
members and their guests present all these days but we should be To Steer Growl YearbookSeniors

i attended the annual banquet.Sue present for as many days as possible.
I is Bassler business manager I,

s was the mistress of ceremonies Ia.- School work is hard to make up and Phyllis Clement and Sue Bossier a senior will!]I and organizations, and Sttf! ,
eL and introduced thoguesta If continually absent we will be the 1983 business editor, replacing fony Wells for school liter
i If and the speakers. BASSLCR we are Joel Corley will head the 1965
: for
Stall r Responsible underclass.
behind. Also skipping certain classes GROWL and were announced Jo Ann DeLaney.
Co-editors of the BARK eventually get :
activities and class
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Chris men
; i Lew Bassler and Rupert Smith will cause us to get behind and will only' lead to trouble co editors-in-chief at last the Friday Publications -, for editor sports will LaDane be Raymond Sorrells for;. will be Jayne' Dozier Karen pugr

:: : spoke of the years progress because we are eventually caught. IS. banquet classes, Judy Dishong for clubs i Ames, and Steve Koch ft*
and Introduced the staff edi and needto May
Final examinations are coming up soon we Juniors, Carolyn Evans me!
< s ton. Sue Boring, social editor keep up with our work so that we won't be caughtat Connie McCormick for sophomores > -
and Joel Corley exchange editor the last minute "burning the midnight oil." and Debbie Ola. Juhr
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spoke briefly of their duties Ix>t's all work to try to achieve, this perfect attend Burtscher, and Steve' Sorrel::

.. and. announced their suc ance goal and at the same time do ourselves a favor 4 for freshmen. Appointments! et<
cessors.Special
guests included: Mr. by being on hand for .the semester reviews for ex r u'i f', the in-coming1' eighth grade wit
be made at a later dateR
Bert Close, Mr. and Mrs. Earl aminations. f editor-in-chief
Nelberger Mr. and Mra. JamesC. Lew Dassler.Editor' a the tlrine 1964 GROWL. Cheryl of
.j.r Ir'k t f. Clause, Supand Mrs. dn
Mx '- Flanders, was unable to attend
y d: Hugh Flanders Mr. and Mrs. the banquet and Beverly Roberts
Vincent DeShazo Mrs. Vera ( Note: The following editorial waa presented assistant editor!, spike<>

.;1 t Smith.Bassler,Mrs.Mr E.and J. DeLaney Mrs. George Mr. ) as a speech| by Marylynn Stone at a special; assemblyon In her behalf and thanked *U
their work
taff members for
;. and Mrs. Robert. Sorrells Miss May G. 10G1.)
; Gall Gordon, and Miss Ram Cheating used to be an ugly word. This word was 'and dedication! : In making the
"t' GROWL memorable
64 a one.
r. Koch. formerly associated with ptople of low character. I : z .

>,. ., indicate the past} tense because new the word cheatingis .. :

; !r :. -I -c.r; Bark Advisory fast many losing students its connotation now in school of unacceptable cheating{ is no behavior.To longer. ,, w 2 D.H.S Grads

i F ar Board NamedHeading thought of as a severe evil. It is' done so often nowadays : 'f. J' Will Receive
s t'A' is that U has lost Its offensive tcnch.'e have '

the newly formed!' grown accustomed' to cheating. .. "" Wrist Watches
Ri advisory board and editorial Cheating should considered as the degenerationof .r ....
policy committee will be the morals. It cannot be a behavior separate and apart ..;;..i4i. Seniorsjat DeSato ILYii
I NEW BARK EDITORS Betty Gwklna Is the retiring co-editors of The Bulls from what we believe is morally right. Many people -' 't: :; j School will have the wheel of
dog's Bark lAw Bassler and moral mis fortune at R e e d'a Jeweler
.j newly selected editor of The Bulldog's; Bark and consider stealing. lying and gossiping as .
Rupert Smith. < spinning for them again this
I 1 Connie McCormick associate editor. The editors behavior. Hut cheating does not fall in this category : :
This new board has been set year. Two lucky grads will be
were announced at the annual Bark publication for next year In order to give because to many people it has become the acceptable ,1' wearing a brand sparking new
I banquet Friday right. They will serve for the next next years editor and staff M s y ea' .. wrist watch.Stewart .
I ,school year, beginning with this Issue of. The Bark. the) benefit of editorial experience way.Nevertheless, cheating is a deviation from moral! be- '5 rt Reed, owner o> the
gained by past editor havior. Why is it moral misbehavior Who does it '. -5. downtown Arcadia Jewelry
-' and to enable the Bark to hurt? A cheater feels that no one is hurt. Let's ex- .- -...- ..:..''L-. .-It_....... store announced this week
Fletcher Installed have a more positive and consistent amine what a cheater really I is. A cheater is mainly a that his firm would be hold.
: editorial policy. In the liar.. lie Is telling the world that he Is a better student RECEIVE AROS-8ue Boring editor of ing the annual contest ogam
past few years editors-in-chief than he really Is. HA Is a thief because he robs himself The Bulldogs Tale this year was selected outstanding this year.
have had the double duty of of lie Is parasite. lie lives off the laborsof editor of the year on The Bark staff, and Sandra Here Is how It works Only
honesty.' a
L.ier i supplyng news and feature coverage others. In view of all the facts, if a cheater wouldbe Copeland staff member outstanding reporter DeSoto High School senior are
J As F.H.A.: plus setting editorial
requiredIs
eligible. All th.I.is
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honest he wouldn't like himself. He would have to of the year. Announcement of the award: was
policies and writing$ editorals. for the senior to stop at the
confidencethat made Friday night at the publications banquet.
and the
The advisory bdard headed admit that he ha hurt the trust store and sign his or her name
. VI IA member accompanied Mrs. W, Banull. MiM' Ella and his community have
I by lAw and Rupert will consist his parents his teachers, on a cardboard clock at the
by their mothers held their Riffle Mlaa.Jaqu Ilne Prescott of Betty Gaskins. next placed 1 In him. position they guess sn eight'

annual mother-daughter banquet Miss Rachel Spence, Mr. and year's editor. Connie McCor- The cheater cannot be an example. He cannot be a Students Ola' Wins day clock will stop.
Thursday night .May ,14.; Mrs.: Wi; Fletcher'. Mrs:: Poe- (Contlnued on page 5-11) true loader with a trustworthy character. lie has be- Sign Roy The clock will be started tomorrow

In the Memorial Cafetorlum. tell Dawsey, Mr. and1"' 1''.. C. trayed others but worst of all he has betrayed' himself. Elks Special and students can re
Pattern for Living" served' aa O. Wearer Min Ellen Cantrell.Mr. The grade results of the test are shortlived. The results Cheating Oath gister now. Registration will
\ the'theme for the evening. and K.: B. Converse Dickie Quill & Scroll of cheating make a character breakdown If the Essay ContestRoy continue until the clock scope
the printed program waa1'' a Johnson, PTA president, and continues.Tho Students in DeSoto High According to Mr. Reed one
cleverly designed. dress pattern Jimmy Yarbrough' r r- Aawath.krt Chapter Elects cheating conscience become hardened l. not only to cheating !School attended a special assembly Ola won the Elks Club student cannot roister for so'
which gave the 'layout"and times essay contest and was awarded other and a stutfxit tan rejU-::
"pattern Instrue'tlonafur' ,Various phases efthe'I F1IA Lou Ella Rails, president, of but to other moral degeneration. Many in the school auditorium $25 saving bond by George ter just one time. It Is no necessary
llvtng.Tn. program were presented by "Trie Bert Close Chapter of students cheat because they want .to achieve a goal. on May 0, called by the Smith at a to make' a Jtlrc.ltaM ia
-county chaplain, Karen several' FHA membersf, the Quill and Scroll named ten They want to appear respected! for scholarship. Oftentimes Student CounciL George La ti Wednesday' special assembly order to register.Reed's .
May 0.
Guard, gave the Invocation,, National'' Committee' .,' Work new member to the chapter'sroll students are under pressure and cheating seems mer.. Council president, open- The contest to have sponsored the
which was followed' by the' Project by, Carol'' Sue' Walter, at the Publication bans to be an apparent solution. But when the end mmlware open Juniorsand watch give-sway contest fur
'I'dhe by presehtIng seniors la' the
AmericanIsm
l weleome from Lynn Parkyn.ntA the District& Coo ventiou' and quo! last Friday night May 13. mrasurrd and weighed the balance of tho scale is program Essay Contest : the past eight years.
president and the former: Workshop by ,Carolyn Evens, Accepted for Quill and Scroll not tilted In fovor of the cheater. Someone will always an oath to the students by the Florida State sponsored Elks Association
response by her mother Mr*. the' State''CenvvnUasT by Ines are four senior, Sue hamster. remember him as a cheater. which read: In aa effort to
i W..T. Parkyn. Members of the Bland. and 'tho' Trl-County:: Sandra Copeland JAw Basaler wake
I lie cheat up Americans Aboard Carrier
will not norsteal and
rFA' served the meat consist Council by Ann Fletcher. Mia and Joel Corley, and six Jutv- Communism. stamp out
ing o( meat loaf with' tomato'' Rachel Spenrsv a slate viceprvmkient. lora, Kathy Converse Betty nor help anyone elseto Other winners Lenard C. William, engine-
.sauce baked stuffed potato, .' spoke edt. Ute "rate Gaaklna Barry GoldrlngJteyno do so. senior entrants from the four man second' class ...b..*. ><. "
ambrosia '. ,' "1W' Llvtrt .* 'Mlsa Ella: Karen Am. and eighteen Mr. L Wifl-
mined vegetables Dealer signet! _(YOU??)_ junior' entrants and Mrs. Kirby
shad hot rolls cake and' Iced Ralla prosentad'MaHan" Christ and Calvin Clous 7A.sVfrrff .. ., Montgomery, were Diane lams of Route 3, Arcadia!; H*.
.... Mr. Voylee C....' led 'In an-award for outstanding work Tho new members wore. accepted Mary Lynn Stone presentedher nretton. a junior; Helen la serving aboard the attract.
group singing, accompanied! by"Debbte a.r the' Rent'Fund'Drtv.. Miss on the basis of the quatrVc !- ., t views' on ,the exact meaning third place a Junior: second and carrier" USS Boo llomrne Hiard ...

8e Parkyn Intrnducod the Mr*. 'CIat'Jl 'Nr ware to the national con ;; and third The 43.0CO-ton) eamet *P
honor guests Including Mr. named aa honorary member. stitution. All candidates. ) fur :J..t Dy SUE BORING j 1 Johnson OIIS librarian spokeon place Four received honorable' Ito rived In Hong Kong oeiJfJ |
and;Mrs., V. DeShaaa Mr. and (ConilnuevJ on pace 1-0) (Continued on page S-ll) why cheating hurt theperson were awarded mention 23 for a fivoday stay yr
r who cheats.. She approschrti .. s.nton Garry prise Breedloveand of 13each. departing from the 1TuIuom '*,*

the subject from Earl Ciudrjr March 31.ARCAMA. .
were -
Ity SUE BORING la da odd lobs around' their "three angles. ; 1-lack of know- ients. as were juniors h-dP-j

AULLOuG ifU.\ (Written for May 14) hous CounclVrr. said theirproject led**. 3- orUI standards 3- Agnew and Patsy I
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S/.its at DHS have tan war Iota of fun andmost .loss oT character. Mr. Charles OU s winning essay: BM bee,: DRIVE I IN|
t sent to the I
U THE'IULLDOG'S BARK very successful this year. FuoU of the )sets weren't too Weaver Student Council sponsor. authors of state the three The

ball and bketblt players hard. To climax the day aslaveday gave a teacher's point of which the ludf*, determine essays I THEATRE \
revel'e.l, tho title clamp, dance ws held at view on cheating and uroedMch (Continued on pe $.8)are W. 8. 17. NORTH ,
and to top off the s xwt events the Youth Center that night A student t* think carefully s Mile. _
,- f-V*.' ".'.. '" ..uet". year the track teen band played and the students on Uw old adage. "To thineewriatf I TNUnSSDAY aATuftDA'I
attended. fur the first time IntXrSkXo rocked. the renter with theirdancing.
:" -" .:i .. II'uWIsb.4 weh1X by the newspaper, staff of High's history sLt ?.;fcrv true." law BanterilisiueWd l "TWO FOR THE
rda.i. "1r' held In Gatrvesvlli Th* team Surprtor Surprise This was lt,1.rinC.I stealing. SEE SAWljMrler
x '
.... f. D Soto County. intET, Sctlool. Amulia, .. rated fifth among twentye the toMd screens flue *od LewBassler "the cujtee...two plats fdvnd an' "cu'ft,, ::1
.. r .n teeena- Three cheer to lhtracker and Karen Ames breed IN 4a .,,4 ML a.vw and I''
*". .when they eertered the dear .( LOOK IN''
I3aasler ':- Rupert Smith I.aDane SorrelU 1 11Witea'W Th* GW. Club's spruvi. cun Sandra Copeland horn* last Thursday .....an&. May 14,. ANY WINDOW"
lAw cwt Urt The 'p.ru 'eet i student had taw pparlun.
A5tsocMta tutor: FrKUy nUht. prcl Friday Might eee.e.
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.. a teal suevra*. All cnoru e* foe ty wa Rte*. W Sue Lrw and its .. sign the above oeta, Tteericnamc toiiiI ___..Paul. "Asa_ _-]
W .. the first ueno gut Ieeethee and Karen by- different rssantstrsand I .f the Nth wag KM* SUNDAY TUEIDA\'
i .. ..or.s) sang Uw gagawo. numbers" and all rriesMt .... weleonHe I mandatory gad tM students "I I COULD GO
% 1ythy'CMkWM1'1, Cw & KamaIN .... ...... .- P-,... all members sevvmed lo rsctlyaiuy Rees.. ti ..... ....... and das*' were gnmtt eeb' by these ON SINGING"J.dy I
tltr.I ...... cur Je.4 CoHey _.-..... ....-- ....... a"&U\C U.. sings.Th. lag were the tapir of use 'naMct a P<<'BMNM. .Wtme Ma.ge Cah4. c..... ..... .- Meegeettee Student Ctowitrd belt a Natal and1 e*....o...*e had a grand Meek' .aie by the schist tos. .Gaa4asr"Winds ... d
Sum Haoaler I 'alnr.'day' wrosiMMm all isar Urn*, At th. patty were Ann I .. wise del se d.1% sign Ap'pr
Jbyrvc't Doz1 r? Secretary DHS Publications a- Saloniay. Mee U>ers o< th* rvuttrr and TW :MaAns.see ehwateiy threw r *rUM of Across
Miss Sidney Anderson Faculty Adviser. AhataH l"aaasi acct b.w by dOfeemt ArcokUa taakata'I'AM (O>.e.tlnne.l. osa pace 5-113 J

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I I>. _1'' "'' ,1 .,1 ;t' nn: ARCADIAN,,Arc:ad is tiFl p rid a,. Thursday, Ma p...21r .964, ,3-D

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Joe Phillip'' Method .)\as bee:n r r : I ket. lunches- and enjoyed 'the- Mrs; \tAltor Hall... > Iu i
car
a recent visitor at the hem e Mi 1, .>. DuBaee amid' Elton: Du- stopped a passing .
I a l City News of hie grandmother Mrs. RuM h B.'-o of Wurthingtun. While assistance. In destroying day u> 'The Methodist Revival start-
IMyaRKr McLeod.Mr. th i I'r visiting her mother's snake It had eight rattles The Myakka City Baptist ed at the Myakka City Methodist
glad Church members are working; Church on Sunday night.
"Uncle Bill" Is mighty
and Mrs. Murray Oil rtt n'v! sister Mrs. W. A. Thumphinds
\ __ wears his loggins every bas-basAnil ni) their spare time on the It will continue through May
and family attended a I" sun nf Broolc>vill... (la.. cau.
By'' ELIZABETH HILL uamstratte. tie left the states i I barbecue and Itomemade i Ice day party which wa given h FIn tor u visit also.y About I3O members of church and chairs gelling 8. Services will open nightlyat
v
(Written for May 14) April 7. arrived there April> cream on Sunday. A good time honor of Mr. Gill's MrtM;
Mr. and Mrs. Will Phillips 18 and will be gone for two 1 was had by all.Mrs. and that of his mother-in-law'. Lakeland. Mr. Wim: ..Gili's sunt. met on Sunday at the \ Mrs. Thclma McLeod and Hayes, pastor of Trin
motored to Riverview on'' Sun years 51.:0': Park for their children were visitors on Saturday ity Methodist Church of Area-
Nelda Young was appointed Mrs Alton Roberts. Mrs. A. M t t. In law visited th.;'t o.> Suus -'
Mr. Jimmle Thornton at the home of Mr and din. In charge.
day afternoon to visit their has as chairman of a com- Van Dyck from Wauchula w*s d.V ,.\ i Ie" on They all carried
daughter and family, the Kin- been attending a Highway Patron
mittee to obtain flowers for the hostess at the The --
f party. ] "- Saul Wlngate is u mat i - -
neys. School at Tallahassee and the Mother's Day service at enjoyed the evening of visit., Knt at the Mema'.al Huen..a.IrF '
came home
Mrs. Mae Ballard .visited on Friday. the Myakka City Baptist ing. They made ice cream l \\p
hope he will soon be LJ..k
with Mrs. Mable Kinslow Ned and Johnny Ness from
on Church. Floral tributes their refreshments.The .
was h .
Oneco and Mr. and "nie WHY PAT MORE
Mrs
( Roy .
uWednesday.t given to the oldest mother Bethany Country Clove r Mi JMnct Mrs. Shef McLeodisitvtl
Maness and their
,1 j Mr. and Mrs. George Elder son Riley .
present at the services and 4-11 Club met this week ai* (\ fat Hu.kin and Apolla
and Mrs. Gail
and family visited Mr. and Thornton and also to the the home of Mrs. Lee Bryant,
youngest mother
teach and also their
; MI Friday >>
".;?MnD.m Gill on Saturday. daughters Sue. were weekend Debbie and visitors Donna ntda othe mother who had the Eighteen members turned out t sun !rrol: I aril his wife Wanda. BUY ONE GET ONE'
f Mrs. Elder Is Mr. Gill's daughftter. at
largest family. All mothers for the meeting, at which 1 .
the home of Mrs. Ida Thorn- Mis Emu CormoUy front J>t
ton. were invited to attend this county agent G. C. Gre Gill
Mr. and Mrs. Earn at- special service In honor of Mo showed slides of the 4-11 I Phcfton" McLetxI home In Sat -

tended the sing over in Tampa Miss Cynthia Harris has beena ther's Day. camp. Barbara Cheney demonstrated unlay .
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k on Sunday at Broadway Bap- Mrs oNly Young will celebrate and prepared gold>> hooc:' .
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list Church. recent visitor in the V. E. her 86th birthday on May sandwiches for the group. Th<<*
Holllngsworth home. nJunior High boys In My..kk.1 -
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thomasfrom
11. An house ;
open will be held club is planing a fishing part .
Bradenton visited Mr.' Mrs. Mary Bryan trom Naples on May 24 to honor her birthday for their' family and the girli 1 City school are eligible to
and Mrs. Elam Gill on Tues- visited the home of Mrs. take part Summer Jr Olym
All of her children will from Myakka City They plan 1 ,
day. The Thomas are Mrs.\. Jack Bauknight on Sunday en- be on hand to provide refreshments to go to the Myakka State.r pus m July at St. Petersburg.
Gill's father and mother.Mr. route to Alabama. Mr. and to the guests,. who may Park. G in placed 1 second In the recent

and Mrs Lloyd Bryant Mrs. Oliver Young and chil- drop in to pay their respectsto Mrs. Rubie McLeod U pending county wide track meetm
entertained guests. last Sun- dren from Wauchula. and Mr. Aunt Neely" on that day. a few weeks with her[ tho high Jump with a
day In their home. Mrs. Bry and Mrs. E. G. Long from Ft. Jump or S I.Valt..r Carlton
!Mrs. Alma
Coker. and Mr. daughter over at Apolo Beach OIL iIASE ,,.. ROOF AND BARN RED INTERIOR LATIX
tlrii for first In the
ant's grandchildren Eddie. Nila \. also pull-uplll" 1
Myers were Sunday guestsat and Mrs Edward Coker and Mrs. Jerry Daniels and littla, HOUSt TAINT WALL PAINT
with 22. Danny Carlton a win.
and Toni Godson and Mrs. the Bauknight home. son. Phillip attended the fi>n- Bill from Arcadia were visitors aw wwfi N.
) net In the county wide Elenuntary .oumue I..N ----.. 1 11aMaNN..w.
Bryant's Mr. and Mrs. James Baze- .
parents. ral -
services in Highland City In the Clayton Kinslow ew _
Mr. and Mrs. Roz Johns more and daughter Jamda for Mrs. Agnes Coker. who home on Sunday.We track meet. Is also eh lea NNala ...ownS rwf YAwf y M

and a daughter Mary Jo from Bradley Jet visited Mrs. was well known in and aroundthe are sorry to Vrepurt that, Kib.Ufor the Junior Olympics kilt .-.. -f.55 eb wawa aw fL e .. s1
:Mii McLetxl Is
Blitch. were all visitors at the Bazemore's father and wife Ituby going .-.M.we1
Myakka City area.Mrs. Mr. Charley Boyd is nut feelIng '
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aa.wS
t<> Ctairwater. to visit her Dad :::.=:: _-
Lloyd Bryant home on Sun- Mr. Cleave Albritton at the Ruth McLeod accompanied well these days.
Klbbler Ranch and brother for a few days. = -= -- :
day.Staff on' Monday Mrs. G. C. Tatum and Mr. Arthur ThaUckt-r. : << and 1 L fa.1.r
Sgt. Gene Gafford and night. !Mr. O. II. Tatum to Bowling son Larry went. to Sarasota on" Mr Shellac McLeod is going n 5 aan111a :..1IN /.171..
Mrs. Gene Gafford and children Randy and Jeffery Albrit. Green and Wauchula where to Homes4ts for the _.. .1o.M ....- -.w5.w.A r.a aw.NI
Sunday afternoon to visit some' .... .. .. ...- MME Ida
Tetra and Ricky have ton from Bradenton. are spending they visited some friends this friend over there. v. kend.Mr. r1/.a.f, --n _
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been recent visitors in the. this week with their grandparents week Mr. and Mrs. M. it. Hill Dock Hawkins son. Dale
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Mr. and Mrs. Maura Mr. and Mrs. Mo fount' Duette visited. with the
Chesley and sun Eddie had with
supper 698 :"'t2rL FREE 498 :4 GAL FREE S6'12W'L.: FREETRIM
Gafford this .month. The Gene Albritton. Leod and two children Sharon grandparents on Sunday. iwkins family this weekend ,: 2
Gaffords are In the process of Mrs. Mary Young, and her and Bill attended a farewell Mrs. Jane Dunken visited frlemla here have been no-

changing bases. He has been daughter Mildred Albrltton. dinner In Arcadia at the Allen her sister. Mrs. Sam llendry. hued that Mrs. Foxwoithy was AND DICK SPECIAL QUART PRICES ONE COAT:
stationed at Biloxi Miss. were visitors in the home of Copeland home. The dinner was Mrs. Dunk en Is well known In niiitteii to the Sarasota husjuul < IHAMIL LATtX.INTiatOft/ WALL CAIN
An afternoon of swimmingand Bill and Irene Lungs this In honor of Edward Albritton. this community. tn be treated.<< We hope ,, 2 FOR 1 LOW PRICE
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repairing automobiles was week. who is leaving soon for duty she will soon be up anti well Era s. a /sofa.

spent by the family of Mr. and Mr ,and Mrs. Ray Carlton with the Air Force again TftIM' AND DICK 2 i.aO24INAMIL .==.
a.a aa.f er
i, Mrs. Elmer Sellers and their family and his mother visited Mr. and Mrs. GUM Phillipsand (Written for May 7)) Mr and Mrs Murray Gill attended -f/wa- .. a.N. : : =: '!":':'.1
guests of last Sunday. Earl with uncle Joe and aunt Ethel son from Okeechobee. Fla. A Bridal Shower was held the funeral service of .
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Pope. Clyde Green. Mr\. and Young last Saturday night. were visitors In the II. J. In honor of Miss I rah Delayne Mrs Brula. Me Lee xi at Jos- t s o.wn 3IM1-G101* O ro.'249 t ----

.f Mrs. Caude Phillips and chile Mr. and Mrs. Spud Crawford Boyd home on Sunday. Mrs. Taylor on Saturday night hue CreeK. tenieteryMrs. ; Tam ... INAMIk.. x..r.w
! dren and Glenda Suggs and who live out at the M. J. Phillips Is a niece of Mrs April 23th at the Myakka City Rebecca HiuidKk I left S =:;.
;daughter Roxanne. Ranch had visitors over the Boyd's. Also Mr. and Mrs. School lunchroom. There were on Sunday to .1..n.1! some time :':: "=... PIIMIUM MICH O ... O99 S .=
Mrs. Clots Amlong'. 'C I e 0 weekend. IS from out of town John Hand from Sarasota spent 23 guests attending. Everyone: in Fort Lauderdale with h..r' 011"i1.-- GLOSS INAMIL A =::.:..-

Amlong and Beth Ann. Sarah spent Saturday night and Sunday Saturday and Sunday with the seemed to have an enjoyabletime. son t.efri Hancock. Aite ,UATt C' OTMISNTisiea
Amlong and Timmy, and Mr. with them: Mr. and Mrs.J. Boyds. Hostesses 'were Mrs. Ju- "Uncle" BUI Albrltton has I I $698 naRY AMe IVTISIOS PAINTSSAVE' *89. J

and Mrs. Jimmy Herndon and D Dorman and daughter We are glad to hear that die Manes. Mrs. Fay Taylor been wearing canvas legglns .N 21t4 GAL. FREE BUY 2 AND JSSL. FREE_
son and Lucille Hayden and from Tort Myers. Mr. and Mr. John !Hand of Sarasota Is Miss Sharon MrLeod and Miss" for some 30 years as a protec ( <

Children were .Sunday visitors Mrs. R. W. Langford and chil- Improving.Mrs Eddie Lendsey. Miss Iran's lion front the fangs of rattle. | COMPLITI LINE OF OTHER INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINTS.
at the home of Mr. and. ;'Mrs. dren from Naples. Mr. and .Ruth McLeod reports wedding ls May 23rd at the snakes. On FrMsy his worst i
Guinn Amlong.Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Hunter from Sarasota that she is leaving Mondayto First Methodist church in Bra- fears were realtxed. when he Ii
C. Albritton entertained Mr and Mrs Charles go back to work over In denton.. had stepped on a snake while Bob Turner's Mary Carter :

her sister and two Dalton and son from Naples. Bradenton.Mrs. The Cleal LJndsey's were mending fences along !Road 70. MIO

daughters recently. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crawford Eva Hutches was a din very surprised late Saturday The snake wrapped &Itself a. Paint, Store .

Sp. 5 Benjamin lIad&..-has from Osprey. and C. W Fox ner guest at Mr. and Mrs. Jor- afternoon when Mr LJiulsey's round the leg and struck him ,. East Oak & Magnolia W A 8-1411 "ij..9
arrived at his destination in Home who was on leave from don Boyd's on Sunday. brother and his wife (Beck and three limes but luckily the !

Germany and Is stationed near the Air Force They had a big There was a good serviceat .Zelma LJiidsey) popped in ore fangs dkl nut go through tho 'If.o1 ltgt} .
f the Pine Level Baptist them from Bardstown. Ky. The legging. Uncle BUI finally! OVIR 1.000 Manq Caxln STORES COAST. TO I... _

Church on Sunday. A large LJndsey's were very happy to himself from the snake u

jtTi.+ ..... number attended the Home see them although surprised. -_. -- -- - -
..,'- coming Rev. llendry Altman Rev. and Mrs. Oscar Roberts -"i
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.- preached at the Homecoming were visitors in the home of

.. ,.",. ..... :' ,.. A ...-.-' .._ .f service. They also had dinneron O. C. Rich un Saturday after .., '
,,1 ....' : f 'I the grounds and singing in noon. The Rev. Roberta played :
, I.. \ .. the afternoon.Mr. and sang several numbers : ::I
.;;;- .t'" -.. and Mrs. Jessie Standlyand of his own composition. for : : "
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.., ". ... .. .... .i.. family were visitors In the -Uncle Cleve Rich": who hasbeen VAOATIONTeC !:
.- .. C. A Boyd's home on Sunday 111 for some time and confined .
M- ; 1t.;,. afternoon.Mr. to his bed for three years. \J. r :t :
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'.,, y-// .... ;'j I'l.\ ...".. ., I and Mrs. Dock Hawkinsand Mrs. Mae Ballard an her #t
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children went to Braden Clenton visited Mrs. :
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baby son *
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1 %; ..; ." ton Beach oq Sunday afternoon Mable Kinslow on Tuesday.Mr : .A' '
'... and went swimming. and Mrs.. II. J. lloyd visited ,ri
< ... :If I. ::1.. ;;,. They reported having a good wth Mr. and.Mr. Charley J_ and I ,
r. Boyd on Monday night.
; Ji'n time.We '
& } are sorry to hear that Mr and Mrs. Morris Hill and -

., Mrs. Ada Hawkins mother Is family visited on Saturday I' '
h. 0 -"!- -= ... ,... 1 111 and In the hospital. We afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. i? >: : ; .

.. :::::s.- hope she Is soon well and beck Ray Carlton 'and had a nice
.- .:? ;/ home. time while there. NEW ,FO'R'D'!
fjr..r f Mr and Mrs. David Thorp Mrs. Ada Hawkins vlisted at :I"

** / visited Mrs. Thorp's motherand the home of Mrs. Jewel' Jar ,

3fc'Sr' .. Dad. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton dine on Tuesday ". ;. :.
the week On 29, Mrs. Jewel Jar ,. .
Kinslow. over April 1".
In rlonda.i .
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j'after dine and Mrs. tjukla Much -- ; : ;,.. I
: : end.Little Dale Hawkins Visitedhis drove to Joshua Creek cemetery : j.t' .< ,110 .
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f.u.on Sunday morn- outside of Arcadia to ; ,; f"
swim beer is natural : $"""
a a Ing. plats flowers on the grave i tttietr 1 r ",. \\o' .
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There was another sing heldat mother Mrs. riurencvWilliams
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the Bethany Baptist churchon who had passed away -

On s hoc summer dy. a dip in a cool: storm can b. wonderfully Saturday night which everyone Just one year ago on that [

relreshing. Equally) refreshing ,.-hnl..1.'OU're relaxing. afterward, enjoyed.Mrs. day, They also placed flower*
with friends is a hearty glsis 01 beer.Tfrfe s hardly.nnchcr bon- Sam llendry say's that on the grave of their brother

erage around that suits what you do for fun as much: as beer. all of her children were home T. SgU T ftecte Russ. who was t.\\, ,

.Camping,hiking.or jug lounging on s lawn eha:r-4 ecr briny to on Sunday except two of them killed In 81 Lo. Trance In Jut::
A large number attended the .f i I.4..
each << the right touch of extra good litlnc. I
fuss Young and Taylor reunion on Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Hlyt 'i '
Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that Sunday at the Tabneracle In front Hradentnn went fishing

we live in a land of personal freedom-that oar right' turn joy Myskka City. Tne oldest aUtendlngtwas town at Ofceecnobee Lake ,

beer and sic. if w.. so desire.fa)jest one.but an impnrt.r* one.of aunt Neely- Young. They had a geed rafeh. Cln !. ;
I'OI'ty' descendants of James their bark home '
those personal freedoms.In way they :'
and Motile Carlton held their stopped In to visit with Rev

Florida{ ...beer goes with fun with relaxation annual reunion en Sunday at and Mrs. Ale llendry and
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the home of Mr'. and Mrs. Brian snared the fun with them. ... J
@ nemo STATU ncwus ASSOCIATION; ,r>c. Carlton In Myakka City. Mr. and Mrs. Duck Hawkins ass..q........M a............ IMO NNe.ew efa......s.we.eaoq UWI kM we..ot--. .
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sus .. ._ ... and family, and 21,.. CrbtlTledale
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New In Arcadia .* Mlatlf.at the on hum Hatisrdaynight. .( tneJame At our price you can afford both !



YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGE 101,.. L. W Jortfon and MrsRutOTl Ce wry fret eM. cat-errie l Ovf ales SIC .< s record .hItt. *o you eon count OttTrade

BUY K. .HwUhe attended a '..... to wa ad M led road In a new Tats! record *.*..Our selection!M the .Industry's wfctottoo -

., WITHOUT LEAVING YOUR CARr L for Tea Mrs.whMti Vhs was of bears HraiiesriM grten Performer from ford. Head for the .fesH seers toU yowTI find" the idea model for your fwr/.- ...yourfmsaces.

I on Wednesday. Mrs. Etha ss \e heath w0i thai carefree ....*.you get fromo a 1 Com: Mt.anti tetldrtoo r ,.", Falcon or

.,, Use wtfe o4 the near president 4. Super Torque Ford Vie ftmootfrest. ....<.*et, fa*!***. o Ko/tflo0. COtIW"" wogjon. or av"ytonready v.ca

t I at Use rust NeUaetal. Beak s* I I tron("f car hi Me dens by hundreds of powndt. ford) tfurtof. our ferfsj.. Vocation.....

NEW I Braoveskton. The. Tea UU
I free J pjfi until a IMS. m =
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i DRIVE-UP j SM- twin Floury frost 7ih
Le at,. rfcrdta,. visited MrasMl

4 Mr.. Deist Sttt est ftwaay >
J Crrtsi IWftokf. M. M,..
WINDOW GtlTa wart

On Swftrfjr ftUM the JaawsMlseiTs / i
eourismed Mr. .*-!

NOW OPEN Mm. Fred KJxase sad tai
Marty W Osvicey Mrs. HhtsiniIkae .
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aararaota. bet s* Iff. ..

Cold Drinks To Go tSOFT flra.sg Mr ad Mrs.,. J- Haler'. ;

teem Clrwbte.s. were etattree FORD VACATION SALE

COLD wall .... .......... He. ... aiMs

CHAMPAGNE DRINKSSLOAN'S *. A. Iisedtf. en ...."
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PACKAGE STORE .... ....... .... .... ....fa. MATTISON ,
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f II) SERVING THE HUB OF SOUTH CENTRAL FLORIDA 4-B THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia, 'Florida, Thursday May, 21 1064I

Wi 207-0 W. OaK St. Arcadia: Florida r'AitU'(; Ot '1 HANKS We SERVICES WANTED LOST-- "

t stet PHONES WA 8-8601 OR WA 8-8511 I FOR RENTFOR MISCELLANEOUS : wIll always remember the I '
FOR SALE kindness and sympathy of our Private tutoring: In Spanish and WANTED Good used pianos. LOST Sunglasses and c.:: .>e.
i *'& Classified: 5 cents per word. Minimum charge $1.00. RENT Now available. '! friends and neighbors in our, English Call Mrs Fusco at Will trade on new furnitureor If found call WA 9-3173 or I

:' Display Advertising In classified section $1.20 per Vacant apartments. Down- recent orrow. The beautiful WA 8-7101.. Ext. 28. I Lew piano. ARCADIAMUSICFURNITURE return to Kwik Chek.
** column Inch. Minimum size accepted-ono Inch. town. Summer rates. Air eondlk FOR SALE Hunter wheel flowers visits cards and food I 34-c STORE. 34-p
;( >ned. DeSoto Apartments 202 balancing machine John were deeply appreciated The
.' All classified cash with order unless Advertiser W. Oak St. 24-tf Beam wheel alignment machine beiiutlful service by Rev Ray
I ,I"established account with The Arcadian. Boat. Motor and trailer i I mond Hays will always be re- I
C-2 wrecker 10 membered a* will the' kindnessand
on ton truck
.
e Deadline for Classified Ads, Wednesday 900: am.P FOR RENT-Furnished' apart Electric mimeograph machine attention of Dr. II S. i

48 words ments. Private bath. Couple and Weaver Agnew and staff of Arcadia I
Classified set In eight,point type. Average Air-Compressor -
Inch. only. 2 blocks from downtown.AU 80 gallon tank. (Can be seen I I General Hospital. '
r per utilities furnished. $30 per in operation) All Items are in Family of Urban B. Bethel
I | e Box number charge 25 cents extra. If replies to month. Phone WA 8-4795 or A-l condition. FRANK CLINE 34pSINUS NOTICETO
be mailed; 50 cents. WA 9-2331. 24-tfc TRACTOR SERVICE.
I
*. 34, 33:, 36, 37-p
> Card of Thanks: charged at classified rates. MISCELLANEOUSFOR -

..r a ad ; .' SALEFOR FOR SALE Family Cow. ALL DOG OWNERS

4 First calf Jersey Heifers. Pric- Get quick rvlWC. t UbUt
RENT
: FOR (1 -
d! REAL; ESTATE SALE 3tt foot trailer ed reasonable. Contact E. W. lute. up to 8 hour*.
I Has 10x28 toot jalousled Palmatler. Gllchrist Road. KntU noMilMO Buffering-
FOR SALE oabana.and large lot. Call WA Phone WA 9-4941. ) from sinus con(rat ion.Guaranteed. I,
,. .. FOR RENT Duplex, :336 8-8226 34-35c .At all drag f
Gloria Avenue, Arcadia. $45 tores.YNAV
I Fort' SALE; ADMINISTRA per month. NE 9-3386 Punta 32. 33, 34, 35-c FOR SALE Vine ripe'tomatoe. OLE A RT The month of May has again' been designated as dog in-
TORS SALE Furnished Gorda or Quessie Pierce High
modern 2 bedroom home ideally way 17, Route 1, Box 316, FOR SALE Fresh picked .. 91.00 per bushel Six noculation month. Arrangements have been made with Dr. W. W.
located 4 blocks South 0/ Punta Gorda, Florida. blackberries. Gallon can $1 miles North on U. S. 17. Con- ARCADIA DRUG STORES j

.i Court House, for sale. It faces 32, 33, 34, 33-p 3 miles East of Arcadia on tact E. F. Price.. OeSoto Av. I Mathews, Veterinarian, to' innoculate dogs on each Tueseday

on ,*'Palmetto Street. Quick Action Drown Road at Reuben Keen 34-p '
*desired. Mike Pooser Ad- home. Bring container. during the month of May at his animal hospital on tho Nocatce

mhtlstrator., 901> N. Lee Ave. FOR RENT Newly decor- 32. 33, 34. 35-p Hap WANTED
nue, Arcadia, Fla. Utetl 3 room furnished apart- GO GO I i road. Tho dates will be: a ,
32 ttc ment for rent. Adults
only. USED AUTO PARTS Generators SEWERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY
$2300 per month. Phone WA starters, tires, tubes, Work at home .
CtAttlHtD. DflPLAY 0-1291. engines transmissions. Save' on doing simple sewing. We supply I
12 1964
32 tfc auto parts. Also used cars and materials] and pay "shipping May .',+'

JOHN PARKER trucks. BOND USED AUTO both ways. Good rate of .,. ).
rr f FOR RENT -1 louse complete PARTS, 1 mile South of Ar- pay. Piece work. Apply, Dept. ,*
... REALTOR: ly furnished. Adult only. cadia on U.s. 17. Phone WA AW 84, Box 701O. Adelaide

HOMES GROVES No Pets. WA 87801. 84381. Post Office Toranto Ontario, Now Thru May19, 1964''A' /; /:
.- 1 RANCHES 32-tfc 30-tfc Canada. August 6 ''
I 34-c H '-
I t corner CLASSIUID DISPLAY y Nightly 8:10Matinees .',. V "
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East Oak and Nerth OeSete.
Two WOMAN WANTED An old 7v.
FOR RENT bedroom 26 1964' .
raa.la Phi WA 1.l4lt May
I house 1 block from school. TS.ACTO TiatSWe. er woman for permanent )I o' 2:00: P. M. ,
.... o ol.. DtMomt from position as housekeeper in the
Inquire at WEDNESDAY.FRIDAY .
Weekley's :Furniture ........ t.Ni.1... prlee. .M .!..sf I Bradenton area. Light housekeeping 'yi 0' and
HO*
.FOR"SALE 1-3 and< 3 bed 33-tfc Svy lady plus a modest and cooking.: salary.Live Write in -t SATURDAYDo"y All dogs not innoculated and wearing tags at the end of'
STAMOABO OIL COMPANY C-.I(
room trailers. 388S and
$ up. Dox 670, file 181 c/o The Arcadian D
J, New. Marry good used; to chooee: FOR RENT One 3 bedroom PHIL aOS AMDIS1OM.' >_'!" Mm DIe...._ I May will be dealt with according to the City Ordinances which
J from.Best offer for trades house unfurnished Also one
!lav Berkleys Mobile your homes 1 bedroom house furnished. .. -.. -- .-- 32. 33. 34. 35-p I I Double 12 hold the owner responsible in the case of failure to comply.
Highway 17'' N. Phone PR :2- Phone WA 0-8101 and ask forJ. FOR SALE Used Gas Range. m I/
3241: Wauchula. Fla. W. In Good Condition. D.Soto HAVE OPENING For two Z RaeeeQulnlelas' I
29-tfe 34.1 to Gas Compnny. Phone WAlnut (2) men or women to service -
8-4301. 02-tfc: Fuller Brush.,customers in Z Each I CITY OF ARCADIAS
DeSoto County Florida. Dealers m Race

i ClAStmiO. DISPLAY FOR RENT-Efficiency apartment now making $90 and better .-
t for construction work- FOR SALE' Brand new 30 every week. For particulars, Ladles Admitted Fr.
," r' ers. 8 W. Gibson Street. Call calibre, 15 shot Army' style write P. O. Box 706, Sarasota n Thursday ,. ''
,,. 'AKE HOMES FOR WA 8-7841. automatic rifle, $77.77. Tins- or Phone 924-1422. Central Alr-Condltlon- / P. P. Spoor, Mayor
ley's Fetal Store, S. Orange r- t
(SUMMER GIVING 3.< at JJ.tt Ing. Valet Parking
-- W. Magnolia Street WA 9- C 32-33-34-c:
We It_.. r..1 ..... DnIP'LAY
I. 3201.
wgo 23tf Bradenten Road
.. cal _..._' a FOR WENT Modern private Gt
','1.::::-Y.L.w/N.d.'',. M.M/, ..... ...a5,....... apartment fully furnished Between 41301

LOTI Fine location Utlltles Included.In NOTICE OF SALE Sealed 5 Acre
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"l, *'"" **** *..* .... Lh. I.*.. rent. Adults only. No pets. bids will be opened May 22, Tracts
....... 11M .. _.
Must be
8 AcaiAat seen to appreciate Inquire 1044. in Su .r.ntend. n\'* of- 3 Mlleo West of Arcadia Jhat ,
544 North lUllsboro
J..I ..,33 MrN4T.. flca" at 10:00: am. for sale of off SR 70. Lew Prlee of $3M
,I '.-. 'a'..... 34-p approximately 20 tons of scrap per Acre with Small down

.. : Jarre Hamilton FOR RENT: Furnished house. metal which Includes cast excellent terme
: payment en
Iron stainless I steel and brass
Reasonable rent. Located corner : I Balance WHAT?? New 1964
.
: t. Realtor of Ilernando and Hickory.. located at Dorr and Carlstrom VolkswagonO'
II hSi".A... ,.WA ...ll1li Call Helen' Hill WA 8-7812. branches) <<< f tills hospital. Hid
!. ;t Aee>S>S)4eV9dJfJtiM >" 2 -Ue (rums may ue secured from Turner Realty Co.

MW. aiTTV A.MIW I supply. Hospital I.O. 1S N. Brevard Ave. Largest selection on Florida's West Coast. Over 100 New Cars in stock. We also
Pierre Wood Memorial
.; ., --- FOR ,RENT-Fur.lah.d. port. Hospital WA t01 have New 1500 Station Wagons, Sedans and Korman Ghias. Your choice of colors at a
--WI 'Di'i'PLAT'
I menL three rooms and bath. 33-34-c price you can afford.WHERE.
"3 Inquire 203: S. HlUsboro I
2S tfcClASSmiD
.: ''BRANCH TYPE HOME I OR SALE KKE1 carpetcleaning
5, I problems small use REAL ESTATESee
l le. airs. *M. I.1 4HSPLAYttT II I Illue Lustre
Y"r wall to wall. Kent

I' ,..... ..... |....lle.. aww 4 eiemm..w. ,W'at 4 electric: shnmpomrr $1 1.00. All Us For
454 I. M........ ... _..eW..6 4 rADIA MUSIC-FURN1TUKE Good Buys ?? Palmetto Import MotorsAcross
; .. w.wp Pk.q WA t AHIII HAHGI.q i!iTO It&
AND "
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Take PRUVO tablets when :you -... 30.sip BUSINESS .. State Road No. 7OB .
want totnporarjr relief from - --- FORMSof I .-f.- ,-.. .
minor a.rtee and paine' and 'boil* '
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I THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida, Thursday, May 21, 1964 5-B

Our' .. 'Girls Car Wash wui aio be uita us M busty for- will be. held at .University.tie: -tie* will .be "'I1G.mtth.; .

t t o Bulldog<>> .;Tale' ,.-iccunK tut Sift tl,) attend of Florida tn: CuincsvilnDeSoto High School ward*
It i.: Ro K ctOlflfN nt't'Tune\ at '
t I 10rt11a (tVXids i Project! j State4' The names ljw..r"A! & held Friday'1ftIfl. :.
';";"' "'lCtlfJJB 1''Uflll : 'I ,0:1,: J.inl.j '1he! _M. conference tc. attend acr/ers: ItJW. "' 1 'tti. -" tln! ':,-B') : t t ''IF $! atUrd41'h.! .., De -- --- --'r + !
tr."e. terent := 1w (Con" from !
,'!.a t "\ t ; ffeo ttl'.11 gtrt .UHKt a .h'
\lW&owtiel\ "'talk ; [Itsr Y cavrah at
'of U ; Betty Castes. Kath first prlzet ,,$ CO* second lwtze: tt .i .
e> school t day. M had Amer. ;j!f Tt.i-'%. Service Station and tMPu. ; :
Custom .
& time to and 92OO third price. I -- Made
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go over m his mind Converse. Dianne Bosses anc: "> Oil stations. .
lyi and The Elks of Florida believe
stash\ away what he had many, many more. !1"'u-" girl charged $I.SO per i
i Continued from page 1-B) learned. After that Americana must fully Inform -
supper there car rod $2.00 for those with --
,,11 Dimesfor the worthy cause was homework a kind of dls- Camilla Jo Conner Is verjbrljht themselves on the evil wh .W' sidewall tire Their par -- '--r; .

:f protecting: children against,: -ipline and reiio.her that some eyed and alt ean- wh ti I nature of Communism if they po-.f was to raise money to ,I rj if-- r 1 1'II
"educators" now Gainesville: is mentioned It t are to fully understand and appreciate 4it
related talk of elimI hrt.< send four girls to the Na-
and diseases. NoIDe
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polio lnatln,. He did not have isn': the that the grave dangers of ton.it
to city fascinate I Citizenship Short eoMrs 'II
should l think of turning a- suck the noise and losing the great freedoms webo In it D APER4ItS
confusion tiPI *o. it* the special buy wlimit' Washington. D.C. this summrr -
oAr a> from this great united i, of radio and TV. indiscriminately are privileged to have tn this The four girls will be
perch light In distracting the country The United State eh.on the basis
ght-Every ev- eyes and on of their
community should be turned ears, usually making it impossible Congratulations to jenny r of America. 4-11 record books. II Top Quality Work '
on as an Invitation to the, to think out problems of Brewer and :Mary Mae Tw, The high purpose of this essay Those record book coverall

mothers. to stop and take their the day.SWINGING. for placing in the talent showat contest reflect: the Elks'' the project work the girls'' Reasonable Prices
to high 1 'I i iIt
BACK attempt encourage .. .
.ntribution- TOWARD haC'nll..d in during tM I --- -----
> the theatre Monday night,,
i school student to get a betWo"'derstandln&t -
But as this campaign goes INDIVIDUALISMThe : past year The recent books 'i, : -- Free Estimates
Patsy : caused
Wevkey a riot t and appreefa-
ask yourself and your neighbors atmosphere of the Lit- -- ,
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te Red School of laughter in English class. tion of the privilege of beingan It
how you can do something House gave American and the great America its greatest Her laughter set off a chain
about a menace that is men. i llfi'retsry. .
blessing in this country.
!33 times more prevalent than strong and fearless and very reaction on the entire third P\ having the editorial. pel-llc I

polio-one that endangers not definitely rugged individua floor. From what I gather she ::1: < set t t>y the advisory board I I i DRAPERY '. .

nly the health of our children lists. Then pendulum has now saw a snapshot of the first Bark amt l by having the ma\rlt.Y. ..

but destorys men. women and swung tn far in the other direction "Tarzan and Jane". They must Advisory edi'.oi.: iris written by l.- t j jsltM I I SPECIALTIES .
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children alike Without respectto : tending to make -maftes" have looked really funny t" and Rupert Smith. It iaI'bfol. >

persons or standing. I am of our young l'itllens."e cause all that comotioiv (Continued from page 2-n ..-.. ct that the editor and ** \I Call for Free estimate:
to ALCOHOLISM. can't swing back simply by Since this will be last ....
referring my mlck. associate editor MarthaJo ociiu: .it<>r can supply a better t.
not that noting these facts. But we column for thtf I would I "2 e. TAMIAMI DRIVE CALL COCLgCT; NA .UO
.. it strange we can can year Hill social editor Diane' unit mere varied news and
recognise the public danger encourage: our youngsters to like to say I have enjoyed very Montgomery: exchange editor feature coteragtt fur the Bark !; : PORT CMARUOTTK.., : FLA. JKRRY: LYNCH DaC t*.. ,

and the private suffering do regular chores to read much reporting DeSoto High's Jayne Dozicr. business maitu pure: neat, ycur. i I .
more, to think for social life. Next -- -- -
that cancer polio and tu- themselves week and th -- -- -
berculosis cause but. wben it and to engage in healthy; pur- following last few weeks '

comes to on one of the most suits such as, gardening school my successor will. b

widespread public health problems given the opportunity to geused 5 SAMPLE BALLOTv.

one of the greatest to to reporting for her co i .
safety and well-being, whenit Sensing The News umn next year. Here's wishin. FIn

effect come of to alcohol facing the we obvious close (Continued from page 1-B) you year.lots of luck .and a successful accordance with the provisions of section 101.20 Florida statutes of 1951 the Board- :* County* Co\ml.-

our eyes. In these United I "volution in South Viet Nam. sioners of DeSoto County hereby orders to be published this sample ballot for the May. 26 Democratic Primary(

States there are six times as for instance, is a good thing. By MARTHA JO HILL Election. '' ,F.

many alcoholics as there are It is not the 87 misguided 1 I'm sure we all agree th* \ .. -- !

cancer patients. There are eleven college has students to that about.the nation | Sue Iloring did. an exccllen ...i' I ... .' ..
times as many alcoholicsas worry Each '
there are active cases of will have a lifetime tn lamenta ; Job a* Social Editor and t :

tuberculosis. Yet. as Dr. Car. terrible juvenile" error of 1 was only proper that she IK NO. SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT INITI GS OF

adine R. Hooten general secretary judgment. But the country awarded "Outstanding Kditor ,.. I I
of the Methodist Boardof should be worried about the for this school term t an. "' '.

Tempera says.lOT h e institutions and supposedly' proud to have worked on h.. 'tt} DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFFICER..

American people raise millionsof learned adults In places of staff this past year und wouli .
dollars each year to fight responsibility who have undermined like to wish her the best 0. Signature of Elector '"q 1 STUB NO.1"1 T -

cancer TB and polio but the morale of some luck In all things she attempt
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spend billions (10.700.000,000)to young people by their i-rim- Congratulation to the new _l __
help spread the virus that Inally irresponsible preach 1964-tiS Student: Council (>tfleers. ; .

causes "Alcoholism"- ments. Each:: churchman college Next year seems to IK '" SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT INITIALS OFNO

If these figure seem Impersonal alumnus and ordinary citizen a promising one with llelrr

think back over the should demand that those Sue, und Lynnu. leading th .t .. ISSUING
In authority honor the valuesof Student Council. I
recent: holidays when newspapers DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFFICER'STATE
everywhere reported on America so that larger: numbers It has been said that ..on"people :;.. I _

the many tragic accidents dueto of young men and women go back to their aas : -. .
drinking.Consider the homes 'do not go astray in the future. und childhood. Ann Kletrhr STUD NO. 2 ',

has started biting people ant ..
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m which alcoholism takes a 1 '- 1 i .. i-'
heavy toll not only physicallyand Cindy Wright' throws temper .
Fletcher InstalledContinued tantrums. Beware of these twi .
but In '
financially
spiritual -
I, deprivation as well. The girls when they are In the I.moods J SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT n
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solution for this national health ( from 2.0)IInd I
page
hazard I.I not easy to come by, .t Mr. and Mrs. W. Fletcher DOOM! That's the *o u n t DEMOCRATIC PARTY t
that was made when a rouph ., ,,
but it will .
help considerably jI ,and Mr. and Mr. Charles' Mercer \ 4
if American of girl taking a First At. .
I generally at leastface < were recognized as Chap
; up to the situation honestly course dropped "sranething'Thal '<< -
i ter Parents. Karen Guard prevented May 26, 1964
"something just luippvtv
it Is and become '
as ,
a* j the Junior and chapter /
ed to be Shaw. t>
Cindy
concerned In helping! rehabili- those who had uo ''''
the .
I Cindy Hope bump ate
tate Alcoholic, and to elimln- c earned them.Entertainment. ,
bruises weren't too bac.U"ads !
ate the Irresponsible advertising was furnished and fads bu Precinct No.., .
and discourage the Senseless by a vocal trio Debbie Scott. the possibility come of eating go do. ti --- ,_ .. I" I. ,., ,
consumption of alcoholic t Anna Lou Johnson and EVa
beverages, a* we are concerned |Rose[ lagan, accompanied byMiss bleu its a* a new fad! It maybe TO lor a Irerren whose n.tn. Is I.lnt", on the ballot mark a erica (X) In the sr10an\ at the Rt aNT ..,I.... .' .l ..
that Helen JuaCorley. '' .fIW r
Brvtton. 0 hay'dA
with Uw elimination of I Leona' Moreland. Conn and Dodd (ivootlee vats. ( r.xCEP1' I'OH. iFJ.EQAT:1;; In wltM. taw >MI mark a Ifr.X) mark IN TilE ClnCLI: ONLY, lu.--'?
Ricky Mal x
Polio. Cancer and TB. -Ephetans *- I McCormick was in charge of t. e
,. P""ID.NT.A
too hungry to wait fur luhd **. OFFICIAL
8. 12. Robert L. Byrd the "Pattern for humor" an time and just had to hav Notional' Co"mltteeihG

audience! participation game. something to munch un. It*, Governor' pncrgniNOK: PRIMARY BALLOT (Vote for one)' -.

New officers: installed were .. (Vote for ) .
\nn Fletcher president; Kathy when they started eating the one lh... an (X> In the .1.... at the lost o( the lrt"""" "" -
Quill and Scroll In English class, a few prop* IiItII mCllAMP 0.- JJAmCKIt '
L pitsident-elect: Coivile column the wl for wh..m'uu -t
,inverse vice ; 'urned green. Were )'''.11 rent KOttttllTUWtNS ... 1 = 1 fcmup .UvJrgAle A. O.: AL) IIROOKIWOlT""' "''" -
McCormick, president
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(Continued from page 2-B) o>If public relations, Itaynae.urui. This 7fta"' IM4 Publication t I 1.1 I NAPOLEON': uiiowAntT I+'

membership must be of at t. vice-president. of d... Banquet proved' to be> one r. i JOt!'Z'ANIt1N.' "L'1
least junior or senior classification trees: ; Carolyn Evans v I o e- .a Candidates
the beat ever presented Wltl; lu'ti' tlf': .>t1fi1Jxt1:
must be In the upper president' of projects; :Martha the announcement of the new t .

third of their class In general Kersey,secretary; Karen Guard, editor. nest year's IlulMoil" ::.1J: Preferring} JarrAiirrjitv. : J :I t'

scholastic standing must have t reasurer: Eva Rose lagan, Bark hope to be one of its ,k JAiics": .. .
done superior work in some p larllam<<>ntarlan; and Doris "'
best i LYNDON B. JOHNSON J 'ittH"Ktibiad'l; :
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phase of journalism or school Ballmer, historian. Mrs. Lou The Annual Key Club part to- ,
publications work, must be recommended I li ie Converse, local home ecorv at the lake was held this IM.. tif For President L. L. KILC30HC L-,
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by the sponsor, isles instructor In the high. weekend. All of the new maw .{; '. ;:''1 uit.' "Ir1xeY' r.c.1
and must be approved by the school. will again be the FIIA con plus Mn Arrow.mlth-w .. '.' ; ; '" J. H:'rfoodMCSTTrTHKx"nMnAr
Executive Secretary of the aSociety visor. Mrs.\ Converse ha given the tradtton I rait.."..*. 1\; .: L'1

V:PI'y.secretary: Karen Guard Same of the couple ottendinwere ",';':of: ;ori,.;; 0 EC12tft''HbtzvrLT: : if_'
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Mr. Bert Close an honorary p last, several year and baa : Hue IlassMpr end O...r. ', ''r'" 1 .

member of .Quill and Scroll, gwas ;Iven untiringly of her time Agnew Lnda Sue fiesta an. :.; 1JU>N, 'Wtll"n. tJ"jt.. R .r ,01=I

__a guest at the banquet.': __ a nd energy._ 'I,George LaUn..... Jarvl. (ld.. jA "
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n.lrm.n and Steve Moth Viekie > "
JOHNSON'S TREE SERVICETrees I shelter and hay Ola' Lt i"I 5 ",1 WAMHIW )f. OnillCll (Vote for one) 1

Ketta Yarbrough end Itirkj >> 0.-........... (ttabrnen. '
Demossed Removed Feeding I Dudd. and Nancy MrtMmatt ft. ANH&TTK.aMXa--
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and Pete Whidden.Can't ,: MRkutiIIIYANT AIsNIg.tlfMgltg : -
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way pick' on mf We all see--
ALL WORK GUARANTEEDServing t I hope that his case o'I lu.4 ,. F JAMRA WTIIOMAN KYNt.ll

will rr.se.Senior I>. IIAI1JCYIJOYLK
Central Florida please note A* n'; IT K. CONNIUI : a .

Route 1. IU x 305 Arcadia Phone WA -4243 I today you have attended J, RAY t:. ONKKNWAimrjf :

TIME PAYMENT PLAN FILE ESTIMATES 130 day of achool with only' It .< L JUWIH: LA..Mm '

day to got Arenl you lucky U. rUK f>MiciiWALTsUt r .
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millionaires' playground on a budge:1 :'* JIMMY JAMiat,

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7 Treat your tamily |o 7 enrilin day If i'*nai lfce ;;.' e' IL OVTLJSH t r x.

daysAnights nights in Fort LaudenUWa creates rert hotel! ;" ANN JifKAHM.. HTOVKn t r ..

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THE ARCADIAN Arcadia: Florida, Thursday, l\fay'21. 1964.
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InstallationOf Only You Can BrideElectyY Attend'Conc. : PAlO POLITICAL ADVMTISSMIMT

;.. ..1 1, Mr. and ?Mrs. William DIs-' "VOTE MAY
OfficersInstaUation Save Children'sCommittee Given ShowerMiss hong attended Concert Choir 2 Tl.f'

Sandy Lewis, popular program Friday night May 8, L1ErsO:1r:
brld erect of Reid llowze. !..
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of officers of presented by the Choir and
WHllf ( TJJt.
(Editors note: This should complimented with a miscellaneous
Veterans of Foreign Wars of have been In the paper two ..howerVt't.Int'liday Sandpiper members of the Flo it a
Peace River Post 2824 and weeks ago. Since then, the M night April 22nd. at the home rklu Presbyterian College at CU.10C ATac NATIONALCCMM1TT2CMAM '
Auxiliary" was held at the committee has disbanded. If of Mrs Ruth Barney the Pasadena Community Church -
Post Home on East Cypress enough Interest Is shown may The guests designed "bridal In St. Petersburg
Street. May 19. at 8 P M. Installing be revived), gowns" from hewspapcrs that Their daughter Miss Jane TI.Cesiitlaw. w
officer for Post 2824
The DeSoto County Child each individual thought wouldbe Dfohong. Is a member of the ; .
Wales was ,Donald McCann. Lake ren's Committee was organizedover b becoming for the bride-. Choir and of the Sandpiper Wit*
and Mrs. McCann Installed -
a year ago. Mrs. Marilyn elect to wear at her wedding group A
the Auxiliary officers Boone met with the Health Department Other appropriate games were The program was very varied F'oridaCacN! : .
meeting that was held at the C jadOP
and elected officialsof played. and then the honor with beautiful numbers from rs:
the
Post Commander Stafford
Wells. Sr. Vice Commander Alfred the Court House and explained guests opened all her lovely Pachelbers "Man.ifdat'Ioz.! I .!::.lest; l }
Messer Jr Vice Commander to them the good results gifts art's "Laudate Dominlum" and c.-r'.cu.: =c :
that she thought might Refreshments' of cake anti down to the folk songs by the: Aid
William Wenger.. Quartermaster come out of such a committee ..w punch were served by Mrs. SandpIper. "1'd Enter Your I ra;?/
Melvin Johnson, Chap- They all agreed to give it a try. Barney, and ro-h,Mtesaes Mrs. Garden". "The Fiddler". "How S rv.cehas t 1
lain Harper Casler. Auxiliary so Walter Danull was electedas Phyllis Collier and Mrs Sonja Sad Flow the Streams'. "At
President Dorothy Erickson. Sr. the first chairman; Vincent lloatrght Twenty-six guests Night". Awake, Awake", all ttlrahms ) PAID 0. ay CAMPAIGN PUMA-'
. Vice President Doris Wilson. Jr. DeShazo vice-chairman, and attended Pa w....._.. Pw C..e.lrhe...
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Vice President t .
Maude Skates. Melda Allen secretary-treas -
Treasurer Mabel Johnston urer. ,
Chaplain Lela Messer. Guard Letters were sent to each organization t.: ""
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Frances Peters Conductress In the county to :. : ,:" *i rc
Bertha Harward. send a representative to each \ J. I i
Following; the Installation meeting to bring before the II c

served ceremonies buffet refreshments style. were children committee and the young needs of people the .I. Mf .. ,.4' !:: \ :1!! I -

they come In contact with.

PAID POLITICAL ADVtmMMINT One thing that the committee HONORARY MEMBER: : Doyle Warn Conner was ax'stuwt"d honorary
I has done was to see Conner. commissioner of agriculture membership in the local chapter. Pres-
WANTED! that a licensed Life Guard was was the guest speaker' recently )dent Dickie Johnson presents Conner
on hand during the swimming;
at the annual DeSoto High chapter with n, munlieryhip.
classes at the pool. That was
fer DEMOCRATIC one of the things that had been Future Farmers of America banquet I (Photo by Calvin Cl use.)

NATIONAL of great concern to many of at Memorial school. During the i\n>- \LJ4
the mothers so that was
COMMITTEEMAN good Then a Health bookletwas

distributed at the school Ladies Of Elks Fort Ogden HDG AppreciationDay
WORTHY OF telling of some of the dangersof ,

CONSIDERATIONDESERVING waters swimming. In contaminated Have DinnerThe Met Recently i At Fla.

So little Interest has been for
School Girls
Ladies of the Elks Arcadia
1 shown in the committee and The Kt Ogden Mane Demonstration I
organizations have not only not Lodge U H. entertained Club met Wednes Representatives. of the 120
sent a representative to the members and their guests last day April 22. at the home <* clubs of the Florida Fvdera
OF I' meeting but have never acknowledged Saturday night from 7 to 9 Ion of Business and Professional
Mrs. Misell. .kIn -
that there was p.m. with a Smorgasborg that Floyd Women's Club visited *rAk xP' ,
PROMOTION such a committee, the officers was" described by attending the absence of the yrtt-f tfce Florida School for Girls'
have become discouraged and members as the finest they Ident. Mrs, Madeline ltaydcn\' at Ocala on Sunday:"''May 17.,
12 YEARS OFSERVICE are resigning... had ever attended. Mrs. Minnie lUrnwell presided The Girls school Is the State,
TO..... If interested, and you wantto The menu consisted of turkey over the meeting The devotion wide project of these cllubs. via r i 1 I
ANa know more about the plans ham candied ;yams escalloped were given by Mrs. The event which ls. appropriately
harvercd beets Beulah material. used
potatoes, Wilklns. called "Appreciation
and of the Child
A LIFETIME OF ren's aspirations Committee, get your organization fruits, green salads, Parker from The Upper Hoom". Day" because It Is on this day .. t rr+- c .4t," ; -- wA
House rolls, strawberry shortcake Old business was the MayDay that the girls and the staff
BELIEF .IN..... to send a representative
to the next meeting because and tea and coffee. Each picnic to be held In the" show with words In song and ...,
theBIMOCUTIC new life must be Instated table was decorated with roses .'t. Ogden Park on Wednes dance on eagerly preparedprogrums.
PARTY NOW or the' transfusion will and the serving tab'fc, was" day. May 6lh, also the dedication and In a lovely
be too late. centered with candles flankedby of the new highway will ("ha,1viee of thanksgiving,.
*r roses. be held at the Peace Hlver their gratitude for the many
Mrs Mable Houseman was Bridge. Plans fur food and ot* substantial gifts and thought Young t Mac Donald
'*or "PROGRESS DeSoto Bond. Sales Higher chairman of the food committee her things were' discussed; ful acts of which they are' the
decorations were by Mrs. Plans were alai, made for the recipients front clubs and club
o'through UNITY" The first three months of Norma Corky with the lad. Officers imttiled included members throughout the year -
1964 showed DeSoto Countyas lea of the Elks assisting. sc.iool house on Saturday. May More than 100 represent' a farm .
fleerJAMES having purchased $31.311 Another Smorgasborg will 2, at 7:30: p.m in the evening. lives were at the "School' Appreciation .. ":\ \ yai
In U. S. Savings Bonds, according be held the first week in June Mrs. Uswsry announced the 'Day" last year, but .
to figures I from the Tampa and will be open to the general supper at the Fair* grounds oo there Is espectallon that this r but It Isn't like.. grandpa's used to bow!
M. 1st. doubled this
regional office.In public at the same price per Friday night. >v preced. number maybe
March 1864.: $11.737 In plate Proceeds will go Intoa Log the political rally )ear Mrs Alyce U. McPner-
.f'BEMO. the bonds were purchased and scholarship fund for I local A pot luck dinner was serv son superintendent of the .." Not just tin olnk-oihk her and a quack-' (' there. but
NATIONAL 'the County has attained 38.a high school students and wilt ed at noon and then Mrssey Dawn) school said -We thank each t JeKel)' J Kilowatt fa everywhere. Jfere a switch there n swlUh.

'CMMITtEEMANAle percent of' its t..I.quota' for the Increase of be presented the Smorgasborg.this year.Details will *be1nnounced ; conducted nwlriUurv! 'the le and** >nfoudJk.tKf ,Dp ttlr"i t/MJpon'Uifi*' with rtce'yt'Df'af a letter immediate'*ltift. but ... .....,.. "lrrigatlenL: rn eleanlnf.llwsKock fi.ding;mllkinrentatlou'. .. .-
percent -
3"1"'t'tr
- roe .Y M. L WILD'cAMPAPe a later. serving of d..t.w'meal"' 'we enjoy maaing our thanks And rvfriceratbu are only same of th. task taken over by 7
TWWYSIS -------1 I The group decided! not to more personal and a bit dramatic llvddy-your trIM.( .iow.co.t hel..,.,.

: : have month a regular of MsyAltettumg meeting; duringthe visit us by here having at the our school friends II Convenient electrical' "'I'rk.v.,. cut down chore drudgery amihelp I

.; : ; : were Mrs Grace gives them an opurtunlty; ton, iiKreauxt productivity. No wonder. the modern ..1.C'trltlfldttann
t I Log<< *., Mi Susie I II yd..n. Mrs. to see how we utilize their b inorw ntUnctlve to )'Oun.IJCIOpl.. Thvy'te flndinji future
Wtilye (Jiand. Mrs.\ Ida Misell. contributions. The girls enjoy; in : Florida
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prwflub** t..rmln..lectrkAllyr.10111 f
Mrs. BurndeHa Johnson. M,.. II quite as much as the visi
ro.l 'Ue Mrs: Annie .
Dawsey. tors'
: Strausbrowgh. Mrs. TheLra Mrs. Marilyn Ilonne. presUdmt )

W00t Mrs.Yates,Geraldine Mrs. Minnie Itarnwell.. llarnwfll.Mrs that the i4 the members local of III'WC the club said. -1' h-t.4 flwJlr! I.E&-v )@" .::;:

Eunice Mlcell. Airs Olartysllartman. enjoyed being a pert of this .t.lr's eft'''''''/'. roe 'I';ItiIIi
ifen.i1 Mr.1''ulAh' Uilklns... worthwhile project, and regrettcd '
zsr1 children Timmy and Tommy < IlamwelL Ricky and VIcki Sue possible for some of the groupto .
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// ti ; Dees. lint Ann Micell. and attend this year. r.

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1 .M. ''Pine':Point. Restaurant J SUNDAYSunday OF GOD '" 1 The EPISCOPAL Rev. JEM' M.CHURCH..,.. Vicar Sorrells Bros. Packing Co., Inc.

'John. A, McSheehan School 10:00: a.m. SUNDAY .
".. A Good Neighbor"' Morning Service 11:00: a.m. r :1pjmL' 9:00: a.m. Choral Eucharist: I Packers and Shippers of Citrus FruIts
THURSDAY : ;; 10:13: a.m. Holy Communion Arcadia. Florida WA 8-7501[
Y.P.K. 7:30 p.m. i 10: 15 Sunday School ,
7:30: pm. Evensong; /

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Nocatee Cities Service 11 ,)4s r 1' ''''. TieD a.m. Holy Communion i,
FORT. OODEN METHODISTCHURCH "" # 9:30: Spiritual Healing
.CU.a.B ervice Products : : ;,:"', Davis Hardware Company
_. Meat Groceries Ice Bait SUNDAY < --
Fishing Tackle I rd .' 4 ( Palnta Plumbing Supplies
Sunday School!! : 10:00: ajn. Hardware
Nocatee. ,.''a. WA .-6101 Morning Service: 11:00: a.m. THE CHURCH Of CHRIST St. ,WA. 9.3471
W. Oak
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WEDNESDAY .. Corner Hickory and Whidden

Prayer Service, 730: p m : 4 SUNDAY ___
Bible School 10:00: ajn.
Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.
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Gulf Naval Stores -' .. zA WEDNESDAYp AUto Parts Company ;
Company'
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FORT r CHURCH .//4 .' r';' :. 'F t Evening Bible Study 7:30: pjn. >
I Nocatee. Florida' L14 .. We Invite YOU to wor.itip Auto PartsR.v'J. and Machin.. Shop Service
: N. Qllbroath with us.FIRST. I
.. Sunday School 10 a.m. ,, 22 S. Orao. Av. WA 8-5561

Morning Worship 11 .m.1 '1A -- ,I .
t Training Union flJO: p.m. ; 1 9 .
I Evening Worship-730: w' t "
p.m.
Daughtrey Flower & Gift, Shop WEDNESDAY + SUNDAY.

by CarolineFlowers I Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. r Sunday School 9:43: a'm. Robarts Grady Funeral" Home '...tlV'r.
Fir Air Occasion Morning Worship 11:00 .
r 5 : .m. Service tiw
Z4 Hour Amoulance
Service _
a ,y t, 4ti SUNDAY j
44 8. DoSoto Avo. Arcadia WA .13.1 Evengellstif Service 7:30: pjn.
r a 103 N. Brovard Av. WA 8-4101 ''I
SOUTH SIDE BAPTISTCHURCH y WEDNESDAY '\'
Payer andService -
_- __' South. Hllleberough/ Avenue 7:3O: p.m. ...

Von Petten & Son i i Off).e Ph.. .9-14S1 ..... 8.524S \.
SUNDAY --
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Funeral Home Sunday School 0:45: ..m. Bill's Texaco ServiceOil !
Morning Worship 11:00: ..m. CALVARY BAPTIST Minor Repairs
.Training Union 6:13: pjn. CHURCH Change .
806 E. Oak Street WA ) ... : .m. Recap Tires Groceries Hay 7Sc a Bali
70 East
WIIDNEDAYD Highway 1153 S. Brovard Arcadia -WA .8-9231
Rn. Orden Rice Pastor
Mld-Week Worship 7:30: pju. SUNDAY

1. r Sunday School 8:43:: a.m.

Morning Worship :1IOO: ajn.Training Arcadia Abstract & Title
Service Inc
Laishlcy Farm
,, First P b t. Church : Union 8:30: p.m.
Your "PURINA" D.al.HOCATaa CHURCH OF QOD I res Y n Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Company, Inc.
Garden and Farm Supplies[ SUNDAY WEDNESDAY; Abstracts and Title Insurance.Koch
14 ,.. Brevard Areadla WA S-6H1 Sunday School IfrOO: 'ajn. Prayer Service ?:JO pm. Bldg. WA 9-6.>l
Taylor St. Punta Oorda NE 25171 Morning Worship 11:00: a.m. "The Service You Need

I: 'Evening TUESDAY Worship 7:00: pjn. Rev. Drcnnon B. Cottingham. ---. When You >Noeoi It"

p Service 7t3O tiny < a ,
1 Prayer p.m.
THURSDAYYoung THE PRAYER OF CHRIST the death. ]of the UadjMthat thps*>"*vtio come BETHEL MISSIONARY

South ', Peoole'Servlre 7:3C: pm. Most of us consider the .prayer from Mat ... dint: .iiiay Ruin rAernol"{ life. "*'.: BAPTIST CHURCH .
Sunny Packing Company Harrison i & Evers
$.. th.w 0 which brains. "Our Father which When Christ died on the; crow He offered Cast Cypress St. 4k
I art In heaven forgive us our debts .' a sacrifice/ of value 'sufficient to sate from North Hegira Ave. 24 Hour Wrecker Service
., Arcadia' Florida' as the Lord's Prayer. I would ask you to sin everyone who would ever live. Dut in SUNDAY I
i P. O. Box 772 Arcadia. PlfrrMaDay
read TilE Lord's prayer In the gospel of actual fact the'death of Christ saves only Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
NOCATEE- BAPTIST Phone WA 9-9701 Nights WA 9-2371
CHURCH John chapter 17. this i I. the "'ea>tr m:*,,a Ills own people. "This U Cod'a design. The Morning Worship 11:00: am. WA 8-4171
'by the Savior before going to the Garden ut loath of Christ did hot mentor mane MivaiMi Evening Wornhiik JO: p.m. or
.' SUNDAY '."," tinuiio to be beirnyvd and arrested available to mankind. .It 'secured. 't 9OI1'j l nh- WEDNESDAY
Smith's X-Ccl Store Sunday School 9:43: a.m. Our great High Hi lest, stun to give Himself solute certainty the salvation of Christ's own Prayer Service/T; rxm.
Morning Worship. 1IOO: a.m. upon the cross: at r sacrifice for our ain+. people or I no sere, 01 (itu. t.v.r.ln'u" mat .
f I Fertilisers ....d. __ Ranch""Supplies "Training Union 6:43: p.m. stands now In prayer to Intercede for His would be needed so that a person might stand ,
Bob Turner Standard StationMary
Saddles flatters _:Bridles Evening Worship'7:48: p.m. own. and to dedicate' Himself anew to Ills blameless and righteous through Christ be-

WA 'S-4X41 117 W. Magnolia.. corning ordeal Huon He will go back to the tore tii" Almighty lod "has already been ac BROWNVILLtV BAPTIST Carter Paints
Father, but It will be by the agonizing way comptlihed by Christ. CHURCH
of the cross. SUNDAY East Oak St. WA 81411Christ
FIRSTBAPTIST CMUHCHRtv. It cannot be misted that much In Ida mind Thta. 1 1s )the momentous covenant that pod( Sunday School 10OO: ..m.

Bheppard) BryanM are' Ills disciples and the converts they will and Christ enjoined that all men. everywhere, Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.
BIM Hit. .DistributorSEALTEST Pelts -eV .HtokerySUTfDAY gain. It Is not for the world but for them might be ,able to profess that Christ la the Training Union 63O: p.m.
,.f that He specifically prays. The High Priest Son of G.l.. Savior of the soul!, and thereby Evening! Worship 7:30: p.m.
DAIRY PRODUCT .pi ays bur U>o.e near and tar In time wui>> gain the precious promise* of the Gospel for I WEDNESDAY: a
J.. "Oat The Best -'Qo ,..at._ ..," Sunday Worship School 1:43 11XJO: ajn.'Morning ...I.nd who vrlll belong to Him, And himelt., Christ prayed for you that you Prayer & Uible Study 'JO: p.m.ST. Building Supply Co.
Home Delivery r U": a.m. thus He teaches us that He .la willing and might believe Him to be the Christ and dwell .1
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., p.R A. Hlllebereuah h WA .1711' :Training w.es ip atoo:: pjn.Evening pjn. ready to suffer the agony of crucifixion and with" Him and His Father... fprever. "Everything To Build Anything

WEDNESDAY '. WA 8.2S01 13 C. Monroe Av.
MM.Week Service) 7JO: p.m AUI.'" CATHOLICCHURCH \IT.' IPHRAIM. BAPTISTCHURCH J.aua- AMCAD'IA' REVIVAL
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LATTER DAY SAINTS
I, Peace River Moving &.-StorageLeeal _. Monroe.. and WMddenSuntfay (,In.. Owens.. ) Sundayh riul IOOO .. mArcadia 124 W. Oak Street
r 101... .. 7 and 11 ..m. Undenominational Full: Gospel
Wnmans Club
; and Long Dlstanee Moving AwfcU..y .4...H>a 'I.S. a.m. SUNDAYSunday School |OOO a.m. Sacrament Meeting ..00 pjn. Sunday School 1000 a.m. Tropicol Termite Control Inc
HOC AT EC ,METHODIST No Masa and Morning Worship ll.-oo .
\ Anywhere AnytimeIS i on Tuesday Morning Worship 11.00 am. Cortea Road Ilradenton : a o.
.. Oak St. WA 9-MOt. ; CHURCH Thursday Tralnlnii' Union .ilO .pjn.Evttiine Irayer for tf. Sick Homo Owned and.. Operated,
; SUNDAY Evangelistic Service 730 Guaranteed
'i Worshln 7:3O::: pm. pm. Poet Control' Service
'lIu day School 1040: ajn.omlng H "TH HlkLSBOROUOHBAPTIST !r.DNE.'nAY' CHURCre 0. THe NAZARENE Licensed and Insured
Worship I 11:00: .... CHURCH NortK. Polk and Olboen' 11 N. Polk Arcadia WA ,.2341
Youth. Service 7:30: p.m. (Uemb.r-'of the SowtnornNapttet Prayer Service 7JO: pm. SUNDAY .. -

Courtesy of Your WEDNESDAY Convention.. ,) Sunday School 9:43: am. TRINITY METHODIST I
'{' Prayer Service 7JU: p.m. lIS N.rtH. Hm....,.waH Avo.Areadla. Morning Worship II-OO) ..... CHURCH
Friendly Shell Dealers I Florida' 1 CHRISTIAN, SCIENCE N.Y.PA SJO pm. Wed Oak St. ., Or..... Ave J & M Form Market

,'!I 1 We Alee Handle.. ".m.u. OeedyoarTiros (Wr- ly Schedule of Services) Servleee are bring held by Evening Service ':30:: p.... Rev. Raymsnd Hays
and.. Batteries *,. SUNDAY an lnf".imal group of Christian TUESDAY SUNDAY J JooepN and. Mildred Lengenecker I
P'tnrtay School .::45 a.m. Scientists ,.n Sunday nvornlnesat Cottage Prayer Meeting Sunday School 9:4): a.me Garden Fresh Vegetables'
l FIRST, CHRISTIAN CHURCH Mr wing \".*hlp lion am. I II) n'rl.." In the vrvv IUU 7JO: pjm. Morning Worship I 11:00|: ..m. Fresh. Fruits Flowers aV Shrubs
Last Maple Street In Villa. Rloaretner """wtnlng Unkm S3U Ism 11ft Ra..1 r.ror- Sleet. rstila WEDNESDAY.yrr ,, MYTn trs1hl3: | Pm. R.ute 17 South Aitadla. Florlds,
I M. Butnoe K' wine Worship' I3ll | DcSoto National, Bank cl c SUNDAY' WEDNESDAYP .' are nvo t nwtllally' Ins ,_ THURSDAY
Bible School .::43 anvMorning -*er MeeUMg ami. Ilibl. vltnl/ |.% ........1. CHURCH OF GOD Evening Prayer Sertle.Of'A1sa11i .
I 1 Worship 104: $ ajn."Junior Study 73 l pm .. ..._. 7.OO: pm.
.1 serving DeSete. CeoMty WHfcBlne w a.ftf104S' acv.ash J. Arcadia Seafood Market
...reMtw. '...."... 1107 Oak Street I
I i. 'lwsleig Yeuth. Meeting 190 pjn OAl* MILl BAPTIST CHURCH ARCADIA VENTH'DAV Pe_ WA S>001 Mrs. Catherine K.._. Owner A Mjr
1 Wnethlp 7.3O p.m.WEDNESDAY ADVENTIST CHURCH All Klnda .
SUNDAY ,5\r.11DAY. Floh and Sea Feed* In Season q
1 MidWeek Prayee Servte ,........1' Scrmul. Qua I ... Ps.tee Ras H J. ......... ....M.'n.--I. .. .,. S3O am.y Flf ST PRESBYTERIAN.. 37 S. Monroe Arcadia WA 97.
L "--and. Setmnt. 9:43 CHURCHOpptte
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Evening Wnifhlp 7-3O pjn Evening W-.t i|*. T-OO) P.m. SUNDAY '
EloetrU. ...all*. eels A Service WF.DNEMOAY I'.aN..11I S.hoeI TUESDAY: Sunday School ....] ..Ift.
1. ... 9:3O: ....... Saturday hem ... Mmes"g Woe hip noo General Equipment Co
Meter A PMMM* Repair r-"", Wvk. 7jo'tn: Ai.v' .. 73OFTtlUAY P-J"I. ens, Motor,
1 KS W. M t'A ..661 Church, Smttce U a"!'t' EvenmaT Worship 70' pan. "."J1 P. 'Calkka*. Owner
\I \-.t. : """"T CHURCHMertoi CHURCH Or THK MTMRN. WEDNESDAY: Y,PS. TSO'pss. Evening Prayer Service J M..M.1'4 Industrial Be....lp"et I
Mllla. A..... WEDNESDAY Sales *..v, + .
MMkoV at MM! Av . 1"-: ee Ret .I.sio tal ee Leasi-e;
A. C. C....,'Peetee ..... Robert L. Bvrd.SUNDAY P.aw Ire y N AIMI lng 73 >.i MV/K .CITY 7:30 pjn. /4 *. Monroe Ave. Arcadia WA f-44J'
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First *K nday BeHool IO4)) e jMermlatg Suiwtay Vn<*"! sat. firs UIAKKA. R... L W. Colkteet.KunttAr .....-
Association 0'D Soto County_ t J %t.>tntnc WunhlpMCTMOOIST 1100 ..M.. twl.nc4. 1.OO am,
.$<.. METHODIST CHURCH MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST
In Areadla.. At The 8la* ol T".1.. KveeJna Servteea 'Tao pj. r ..*... L. W. Cotter. P*.t... Morning<< Wee+14A 110, ajUtbte .. CHURCH Meyer Radiator Service
dee With The C..t_.. WEDNESDAY PINE CIVIL .. .. Study T30 pjsv ___ Guaranteed R..
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Witten Electric Motor Service Arcadia Drug Store. Ed's Gulf Service

Arcadia Hardware J ...**... Motors 'W.... Pvmee.ife I I -0.1" The 1', Beet. Read ....... Te.Iq a. The .Arcadian

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": III tlh rht ,|M'?' ,Hi1 f I'11': I0. bership !;:':Is appreciative' of
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ti Arcadia Garden Clul b i Dinner and a household party grounds are In good
condition. Many trees, shrubs OCEAN"r
I will host the 1963 Presidents'Conference. were successful events. A
and grass were planted and
DIRECTORYOF The 1064 Conference Beautification project at the are growing well. The* brushin r SPEAXXNG

: held In Sebring April Arcadia General Hospital Is a back Is cleared out and the You fan vacation on a budget here in Flor.ida'
30. was attended by Mrs. J. E. In the Tree .
recent activity. lawn is kept mowed J
most r.rcluurf: resort where million-
Montgomery outgoing President Planting Project: of the State After all report and business i- i aires carvrl during the wintertAnd
DeSOTO COUNTY of the Arcadia Club Mrs. Federation of Gardeh Clubs were finished the fallowing much !
more lUll
Violet White incoming: President the Arcadia Club reported 250 officers were elected for r summer 7
and Mrs. Harold Wilcox trees planted by Its members the coming year : Pre.tu1oiv. + Here is your special Florida days

SALES and SERVICE new First Vice President. The during the year. Mrs. Violet White: First V..v r Summer Package Plant and
Arcadia Club's invitation to of the Plus all of these wonderful
The
major activity President Mrs. lUrnUi Wilcox;
I entertain next May was accept Club, of course, Is'_ the completion Second Vice President Mi f "Bonus extras" 6. nights

ed. The club can expect 90 to and furnishing of Gar E. C Planck; Third Vice Pre s- FRKK transportation to and o n ye I Irom..W"lIp.

Advertising 100 women representing fifty den Center and the. Jandscap- ident. Mrs. F. F. Bhude: TIN / *. "

I Farm Equipment Florida Garden Clubs' of this ing of the grounds. Mrs A. P. urer. Mrs' E. J. Clement: lie I t'aFaf: ( u-rlcomf cocktail party $330.2.-

district. Ilolloman reported (that much cording Secretary Mrs O. D.Lan8rord FREE: h al vrutxr around FortLnuttrrtialr. ,.ec..
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tN..p.Nr.. ..... i... .......... ..... 1 INTIRNATIONAL..... ... ...... The Garden Club met at the was accomplished in the past ; Corresponding See ( l..'IKclMcy...:*i.1 PwlaI.1I. '
.a.......wM1... _,4.. T'". _..4H7 -' U.4. M.C..w..k T_ .... taw Garden Center Monday. May year. A most recent additionwas retary. Miss Ucrtie V. Gore. ( F. R F.t. -rt>illrrn under IA har.. .11.r.M(.<._...t)
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.....N. --_ ............ ...... 11.,11. ben and visitors present.. Mrs. and a kitchen door I hangover Latimer. Mrs. Mt'll'eu\' r. (limited to tu'o).
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I'J'O'. J. E. Montgomery presided at the. large patio Is on the South Mrs Jim Rails \Mrs! llryon y PLUM TIIKHK! : \RVKLOtrs: HOTEL FACIUTIEa. .
Air Conditioning the business session. The Of- side of the building. and has1' Campbell Mrs S. C Smith and : 1$,. C_ _II. ef t......._......... In ,.....& N. 1140.+ ..L ae R'all r,- ,
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leers and Committee Chair. dimensions of 48 feet by 10 Mrs. Violet. White Punch and ,IM ra mi! >.r.. p.rlloe .r.. ....._ .tountM art ...- .............
men made their annual reports. feet. The interior now has cookies were enjoyed by all. +.... and .__ N..k.. ... .Inr ....... U.. ls.1 Led M /.....
CfMIMAL ILCTRIC-R..,. At Cf* Furniture Stores .*' .... twin iliiubl. .... in ... Hnwt7a. I
d.MMIM.. ...... ... Mrs. Carl Morrow. Corsagesand finished. walls and. ceilings; 1.1 olymlI peal ) oy
M M4..Ww.l.d .IM S._. IJI.4 b.W.( .4.0... Garden Therapy. reported cabinets were placed In the ,....,............... ,.... .. ... ..,...........................
><**.,. ':fitW........ ..72... COMPLITI _. MMM /..l.ktma .t making 175 tray corsages for kitchen and mirrors and dressing r_ .....__ .... KMM ....1. .... .... N.O 11II.... St U./110d1, ill..ill .
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...0-.1 M..-.._S. _S'-e.1 _I. .W A_. hospital patients and shutinsof tables in the bathrooms; :; : N._ .............. ...... -

Oak >*>. *. riM. *>. ..WAlMt's-riSI.. the city. Ways and Means plumbing and lighting'fixtures rdbe ,. .. ........... ...-....-. -
AwningsPROTICTU -- ----- Mrs. n.roldVUC'Ox. in Much- labor has LOtIan
Chairman. place.
000 NOM rUHNISMIMCS kM> tMw .are 7501 C't,,,...?.......... .. If_ .... ..-.,....
4.44.. .. .... A..0ks., .. has managed the weekly rum. been donated by citltens: of ..... r_piiiii.yi. .
........ .. .....4... .d ...* _tH .54._ _. mage sales which continue: to Arcadia in addition to'the efforts WANT AD I
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PuMIe Library' H...-.... 1OO !. JO P. M Library .wlldh.0. fir enPlteiwiiil{ .' If
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Odd F........ L4g. 7.-OO P. M. rrat.ral Temple. tMM b rMI/Mr i -
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'Ale l* ltca An."'.*.... S.-OO P. M. c.."." Crt H_ ,r 11 Its -
10."'. Cevnty' ward .f R..l...... /100 P. M City' Hall. I

M..'. .....U") .. (Mercpjants* L..1.> 8:1. P. M.. ._!...." 1 nI44 VtN./ .

,Jeshtta. Creek HOC 2JO P. M, Mrs. C. L. Crsv.*/s.FRIDAY. ..

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V..... Activities. 7:00: P. M, Yevt Ce .r. t :
1Iaca Tit* Tbrte |I.+1 a tradition of pubUo Hnke that

10 re.a.rt'tlrwe. ITS cnr..\T'i,, a ..,nnrr. spun( M) yearVbi!.!rn1 tbaaldlb. < titan a PulitMT.we'i "

SATURDAY MAY 22 0... of tit* nr...| (hint .1.neat caning' alt on top ri
Pvblle Library Hs ra. 1OO I. aH P. M, Library ..lle'l*. r U tli. lAd you aJ.! *,. your ."k.1"" with. otlrr and: : r
III ititition. to rducstios .a Amerkao Lrffoaitlon :.
Yewtsi A...."*... 7700. v...,.. CIMIPSUNDAY .
t .: Sinn. wad fm "Tli St. IVtrTvtjwnC' Tkftr wonPulifrr .. for"tr .Lbeg. AlrlftkaaLt ..... d molutrld' :

the Ic I O..L1 \I1I far PuMto, !Srnrlrw.SIM ,...o., n.
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MAY 24 + pf..,... rails ,lb.ve: twist teaming' 1ft. -

SEMVICIS AT ALL CHURCHES ATTEND THE i I front all o' rr.Florfcla n-o..t.l will/ ...y Die Tlmr, won tfi. Pbllfxcr fcsJ04L

CHURCH OP YOUR CHOICE ,; TIU bn't MCtly correct. AU of Florida won
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(Per s 4spI.t. sfcee'ele see P.M 2-C) III Pulittrr In L "1'1.. ley to the sward wu UM ,
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.8, P. O. eiha. a0 P. M, Elba H_.. .IOMW" IYAtIS r"f>nmfrv d.b./ .. ) acting through the

s Pae.t4e Na> .lI Over. a.a P. M. Armery. ftmw.s.Ar Pr taff Is iMtntin-g with' even lime "rr tIM' fwrgLli.rs. 'In tmilt WTO<. .tf,>s new .laws that WOIIuu.aJ. y

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l : >>IHKB ARCADIAN Arcadia; Ftarldaf 1'hiJrsday. May 21, 1964 ,
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NOTICE OP TAX SALE DeKr'ptlon R A Detcriptkirt t ? S11 TOfG I D scduti.w1.

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N 120 n olono ," r ,, t' Lot 22 Ilk 26 AdoUno Ovorttroot 2.10 t
.lot* toM: 490 aero t9 J6 ,23. *3S {J l 'Gr9nM. .3.37 ...... ,.... then N .. ; ,;" .. ,...
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... ARCADIA PARK SEC A. Let 4 81k I Ale; R ody .. 20.94
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K.of *SW'3wv4* NWV4 swv olMWV. SI'/.a: than SV$320$ ot NVi *f NWV. .... 27 37 24 < Eot S ..Uk 2 .. .Helert Washington 2.9
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if Ww A EVi of SWV N jI .. ,' .. than 1110' Ft toP00 / Lot 3 Ilk 20 .., .W'- Cahill ..3.75 Mt 9 811& 2 ;r t C.paon. d '
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.{Of '. SWi". /. ,,, 31 34 23 Sea ttnoarla* .or.nee ,lying W of II/W'Hwoy PUNDITS ADDITION TO .ARCADIA. FLORIDA, ....
,NW.v.. Orovn .Inc.. 154..1. No. .17. of that 1 I. A *ub of N'/j 2 &Ik 3 WYNwm T. Evan 2'.55
J .:. ;nr bc.fd 'in SE caNEy. of SW'/, af NWV. a 1' I
of SEy4 ..... 32 36 25 30.3 John Robertson WV% of NWVi of loss I 16 2 .11& 5 -annah R..d 137.39
S,1w"tr ... 4t f.:3Wy.. 31 36 23 e : Moor. 11.36 Poue Jr a Euo.n. SEVi of NW'/4 _..,_.. I 324
'T' NoroW/l .. Jlto Davis 2.94
.. $ .WOl" P-e 166.01 .. Lot II 81k 5
the'" t. E 50 ft of Lot 10 Ilk, 3 1'- HII. I. Andwcona
t s py 01 SWy'_If_.m 31 36 23 5 qw ong .Patom 4 Lot 4 ....tho Co A.- Lot 7 Ilk, 6 Ianono Reed 57.76
f rWv. : Smrtoy. < Panan* 3)94 y"I.. ..J. ,3. L fots for. I _.... _.._ 22.96Lot .
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'y.., : ; IB Ilk 4 .;olu;# William McCann 2.95 of Lot 11 k'l r HPanonnah Reed 103.7. ....
..0' AI.I., PoloTWy 67 16tnc."j
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t :toro 1: .:: _. of Lot 2'of ..0 Bk, 12.: L 4..
Lots 41 34 36 25 560. J. .I.c M.rcn "..40 I I R:
ofe 514Blaka Ilk s. Svlvotor McLon- '. Long ....- 2.15
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dor Young A JunoMTVayna ... d..rq 0 Sub of Pt of t .
..., NW/ of 5WNW44 / -.' Lot I. 2. .3. 4 4 Ilk,, 2 Eddl. Boil';; a 1'-, M Sw1f /. n Post. ,..
. 'r (Ct60 A Jil) 4 37 25 110 Marton. ,. Parrish. Naw/.No. Bofey 2234 Book Pope. 6, : ,
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F. Stv4 .1... .. 1 26.16Nf. AUOUBON PLACEBomg pag. 6 also It s'.bSkok
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of NWV : J SW'/4 ofI3(124 F, G. 6. LoN 6
LN 15 _....................... 27 39 23 >>,34 ..JomW...,.S! W of NW'of ( 4 1NW ? ofNEV 8.9 $$06 IIlk' K
'Fr. ____ 7J SI'1115 ..fv I stab. .. of : WV. of 51'/ ,; ;". '. .. of Nocot_ II" A W 1. 3 6 5 Block 0 31 37 25
That pert of lond' No : 14/4 of $ f .f Rob.n Itd /12 31 2.
34 'lying and being M 39, 39 2,3; A\wrtle MCL004} 2',3pSys Sy. a. NV .Sty Lo" 6 2 81k R Paul /f.rdpirr 15.3S .
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oNW1/. S 20A 1\\ ) LANDS MOT DIVIDED' 'INTO LOTS a .LOCKS TOWN O' ARCADIA
of Nyy ,:W'M 3- 24'HJO f 'fL'Peu/ 4 "Mar.garat "- SSN'/ 00, 1 ..: 32 37 25 $205 Anno IIIJ8'idoee, ,4457' WALDIN NICMLAMOS ADDITION TO ARCADIA )0 )7 25

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of SWi/4 of SEVi 3t' .S of NW car tf WVi .f EVi .f Lot, II' ; H A. Oto nt 3.75 to W." lone. of laId ...
that oNy, of of NW' ofNW4 S.c 30' dntonc. ..
part 6run SWj1 a o1191 ...
of TOWN OF ARCADIA' S 70 k s
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SVi of SWi/4 of NfVS 7 W of Lot. .13 41 14 .! ACL Itft; N 2"00' .
4 that 'port of 5.9 'ISO Ft S of NI! CM : Bik. 12 Higgnbotnam I olanO C SPor lone of '
H'way of SV> Of'S -e4 5W4 e5Wy. 0'NW R..... yp. Mar y Elizabeth 11W of ACL 0 do.tonc. .
of SI/4 of ofl4 ..- 2 37 24 |3( ['.... L Jo/.men. &0..... W ... Johnson t 43.17 of 526..' Ft; N
,. 4 Richard 17 PS 5 150 Ft; 69'00' W 0 d.'o_.
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Johmon' Et UK f)9O.92NWVi 177 P{; N ISO 't Lot IS, Ilk 20 ,,Wiley Bennett 49.37 of '.5 f' to 1"08; "

Yt of NWVi! to t O.f.u.011..0:.' (1'-' ft 31 on Lot 20 Ilk.. 22 ...,..' Marvin V ':::'anc': o163 21'00'' F:' N a ', d,.' ,'" {{

of Wyyof/. .......-.........- 2 37 24 10 P. I Hall. 6Mate. & : 32 37 25 ."5 ".no". S'-.bury 52.7 ,.., cenoill,: 4 Hi.o-.t: 69'00' W a distant. -
P.'l I. Han. 5.95 ... ( t\ .;M. I Morcengill _____ 7458 oIll Pt; 1 21'00' ; .
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of SI /4 of SWVi\ '10 37 :31' 10 Cmtly' C. Rlaso 2.l' 1yf .............__. .. 9 38 25'160 T to.. Cia R. K.....Bttll, !.'..:4 N..: .5.9' Lot I.2, 4 3 Ilk 40 1'y .r' '':::0"" E. on Patton __ 109.40 of..65 Rd olaq:Ft;o S ..69'00'=. o/I r.t' i }. .c.... .. -;'r

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of SWi/4 4 run ZfOFt 1 oIlk, 43 Earl' I. Ncibor.ger ,' 22..5
W on land Una to fJu.W'1.: : S Set 16 .., 4
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2089 Ft to POB II) :37 24 I William E. 'Ja.bsA '16' H.er1 36 37 24 '
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Pt 'NW 0 Sub of NW'/4 ". ,
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Parcel' of Lot bolng' : I*, / Sae 1.; than c.r 2'45' 'i I 'U Ilk. 2 I Novonnoh Reed 121.15 0' SEV .... lIeQ 0' ,
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'(( J sr 17 14 and. fun S 0.11 ......,..... 212.63 W 92 ft of Lot 12 Ilk 3 ...."1. Andorion SSJ24O 30 54'31"Pt. for B FOB 639.16;.N r ." 1' .
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N 0"2J'5..T 66J oil a Nwy. oNwy.. 31 31 25 60 Carman Go..lth. 17.35 .'' ''' 65 PtS nr$ .9"! :
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S 02339'I W 100Ft. NW'/ N. Worly Norly 70 FOB: oil lywq ab.wip 0
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than It. 1 3'O4W ..o.$0. Pt off to PO* Blk 3 :. Dow Tic. 621 on NW y4 ofSt"
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s .1'd't 4" t NI51; r. 0" Nly4 v SoNg N NWV, Lot 24 1 Phdlw A. Mo......
; Pt P00 Pat a .. lVO So; 4 .Joorww Mar"-
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.Inc -. ---t66.17 Mewl Talbot' 55.S7 NVi.. of Lot 9 Ilk' 3 ddle '- a

I EVi of SW'/4 of NIVi 19 39 29 'f f 20 Marion' J. Parish I Paw L.. Mow.g 3.66 Be MOtIOUS_ 0 MANOR Sub .f NWt4 '",': ..
S.. SWJ" 4 Anna Boll Par.rih of SWY. __ 36 a7 24.
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I2JJ6' Lot 4 Ilk' I ,; Solly S,11... 2.'S
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for /RO ."R/W ((Lot. 23)) 28 37 24 .|*> Mld-Stota Home Wy Eh eWy4 Let P ....... ........ toll, t t. Srr B.wy of 511/a Sub.f SW1/of hart d. '

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n004 a.. M y1. RosalynA. Lot I ....* III.*.... tot 310 wwfa '
'1 fj. K.tch.an ___ 17..5 I II) .. 19 .Ins Bio 1 Henry Morrlon 4Tommlo : :: :: '.r.
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; ,' M. Mar.raon \ ; 36 37 24
p S1lll of SW\4\ et NIV. I
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:& ". III .,'W en .' .. 23.91 Lot 4 SRI I 19 to Bryant 4 _
'4 E /4"1'' 4)1 Ira .. :art .al ,.Mld. .... ......... f NIV NWV _.I Bryant. __ .9.67 porn 11.3
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PItV 4 NW y5. ....... ....... 22 >. 25 40 J. A. --II $"...5.ft..V. .A....fULCMRIST. SU8BUf9KiMof LINCOLN PARK
C.a .Y .* SIV. of Bang ., SW\4\ .
I aeon: N : \\.. N Nwy 31 .19 25 20 I Harry W. Sonkn '.7$ tfWV. __ 34 37 24 .f aWSub 36 'R 24
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f f"l" CJw"...'._.. .M Lot 41. 43 4 44 Blk,, .IILORSBA ;' 2. Mack 4.34 Lot. I .2 Ilk,, .N. ..... McKans'. 20." W 4 Ilk' 15 JMw..on
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THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida. Thursday May 21. 1964 Page B-C

pflofl S T R A Owner .----.. -
Torts DoKriotlort STB] A 0-- Tows o..crlDtoort S T It A Ow_ ,'
Toast ", EG"A.L.N.orlCE: XEG/SL
:7 J ... :: ; In. ..-, NOTICE .'
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,It Reddln'rth. "'\ot IS Blk' 54 GN'-k... 2.02 . ... _. ..
Anoo
4 "'- .. Mae" Loy 25. t. 34 Inc Ilk 10 Eva", p. Robkspn 3 69Lpq .1 -- -- -
R.'n' .. -1,(.'t 'b 'TONtiW
., 74..' lot 9 Ilk 47 .a: G. .Iq"_ 2J3'rLots : PoPPY y rItQC" 1O :: C o ITN!
24 to 29 Inc B.k. 12 Ooa,1.s. P. Smith 2.90 { r.cJt: Ir,: : T-A 01. TNIt' .
87 *. B9 l I r ,1.P p ,SIi J !
4rRPl 19
H.-'t? ft AMYP w$44 + v.v., .
p. luther
4 $IO 4 II Blk 47 john H. Slefn 2<< I JArl [ MID Al1D i R : {
Ann. Luther _.... 41124 to 15 InC Ilk 20 rhrf (hot QopOf Dolt vrttitaoyoar k.o.d: L.0. .
SBS }, Richard 4.09 "
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Lot 10 Ilk 7a i. Lrdlo Cemvbell. 4.01'1) on JJr.l uav Moe. nan b, ti.'o 1NA': 333t' ." \
ISOTO AcaES' ,M.. CMd ,r.o oi"n'ial .n.portielpanno mn-ral' 1 .
.a :f of pert 0: Lot S Ilk' 91 Afolph Jackson 2.oi Lo00 24 to 29 froc Ilk 21 Da. K PVOQUt! 2.90"b A.-"""woo JttCld, whcb .. ....... THC BREVOORT, MOTICI SAVINGS.or SUIT BAN 1C 't 6 6P f
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SWICo..J 4.J8..S 1 to 6 Inc Ilk. 33 J_ tort 3 90 will. last Val4ntO0lwarpff. ) 8ROOICL YN, a .Now, Yorkdankina t'
,..'oN'' of Las II 4 12 Blk 91 ,..,.,.. Grutsn.ocket 2.02 011 dO" Corporation. *
t port .t NE.et 1000. 110. A.olarv n rl opo.s ;
:..1"43&4l5 45 38 2$ lo0s13 4 14 Ilk 91 Een .l/otw 2.02 ..... :43 to 41 InC Ilk 34 August Co J.Poank.. 2,90Loh orgonijattanv: *' I h. PlamtillV / 1
on ...... comer throughout Arcadia utie: HOFFMAN a tlnglaperi p
ot NIE lot 19i Lot 19 Ilk. 91 PeIt.kll I. Cos9W00 36 6 37 81" 36 W. C. Ho..toN 2.09 offermy p 000 0- Oa he ""c"-r n, et al*,
'm ,to ...ern .. "'"' ..............._. 2.22, I Poppy GOY swot.' .e., Defendant: 1
t 6AROIHDAl1. icon c ...n to roonollv w.'o' a II
THE STATE OF FLORIDA 'I
H'to NO.2 0' SIC. 20
". rosln tot 23 4 ,,34 Ilk 91lot P/0.p. .5 WCMh 2.02. _let t., "'.* noron'o war d'o.1. TO Any unknown ujoucec, tteir. +

w: 102.135: I 4 2' Blk 92 i Wek Go McCoy 2.02. B.Mq Q Sub of NW". 20 38 21 time Mayor the Spoor wennno void",t a At...t'o>;; : i. ,.. grantee:3e4grwe.,. loinara or, other eroditor cKumma. trvetee by.trough *.. i.I

OI0I.1 0.rv. under aoatn** BCSSIEHOFFMAN "
,tly 7854 ft, tov. lots 142 Ilk 96 ......., L. Wad 22 Lets 32 N 36 .nC Ilk' 2 Melic J. Itoc"2.47 rn..s a bnplo woman and/or

oN' lot I*: thn S the. real 1 property *ubrct.) matter of
,0' wa* 056 ft E: I FIRST ADDITION. ARCADIA 8AaDINS' \ lots II ''I" 17 61k 10 GeoIQe ,. Second. 2.07"t 144 1 t;:.by ho / r.-Da; m dh.n. May cty, thi* wit.You .

1"t. S 68-ffrSJ' Boynq a *ub of ShI of I 'k ... .0 ArcodMI. 1 sh0n919. t94t all ore hereby' notified IP.0Sad a
./6\ 1 ft .. ...... : : Ilk A. urge ho. been sod aoatn.* you* and
390 to POBMoir C a 3S 34' ,13 10 Fronk 10.0.2.07/ Our clt'-- ....... rh00 day... by weardq .
j i .. SE .. 1 4 of ,_:_&_,_, .: //5ae0bl PI>t>9.,." Moyer Spoo.or 165aBANC, OFT BRCVOOMT SAV
IVSOUTHSIOI BROOKLYN New
Lot "
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S \ .. LO ;1. Bik' 10 AICo 8.-J 2.07 01st ,
S.ctlon. .1 u i: York Plaintiffn .
t1r.:0.: i.oNfytl 4 All ,,r4 ::: MGolb.rt Sullivan: *0fvy Day Chair Bonking Corporation.
... :: tho above entitled couee; and that
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1331001tRTION 0150.0 far the Auditory. aid I thu pa .
Ilk' 109 rO K.th .... Lots I IS 4 $161M... 10 FrankF.. Hoer. you ere hereby required ta bOo yourAn.wer
'S ADD TO ARCADIAs ........ ......._M.lnr 493 .." __k. ................_ 2..7 Arc NIN. )atwervance tor the putt hoe 40 been vent.hold,>,nc ineuto with tho Clerk ot ttu* Court.
., sub cot :SW; *. Ameroon lopbn.. -".t A. ...I".. I and to wrve a copy",' thereof upon tho
Jo' ,...w'6 3. 2S Ilk 133 10 ,...,...... S. Sand- Lota.7 It 1 Bolo' $12 A. So McRo .?..... 2.07 oriainatod. tho lura of Poppy Day other Plaintiff or Plaintiff Attorney, whose
toell. _..... '" ...... 4,93 < World War I .... program ham hod name and oddres* re.. ALBERT C.

sh A 4 Mnub Blk 9 RlMCeH L, HorrU tV% of Blk IBB I 10 Moraarc-t S. SondMabol Loft 31 to 36 .... Itl" l4 < I. ... Olson ....._ 2.1 two*en oral bo.oc. for:.b..0lw.tho nation. .to ..tear,... n dead. WfRtY Oral Avenue Attorney. St Pter. Law.burq 4441, ,..Con..-.

oe 6.'r "*** __.. ... ..._... 495 not later than May 19. 1944.It .
*-**. ._ : 3486rth rock Lots 37 to 4. InC t'k' 23 '. .. W. Lemon .... 207 and a.* a tribute ta all duaotod veteran you fail to do w. Decree Pro
.. I Cunfena wilt be entered ogomct you.
SECOND ADO TO ARCADIA SARDINSttving .
the American' leoion Auxiliary
: a Sub of MOf V Je J* Lot ,4b 8"k 28. Mn. LorreK. has alwav* (won piecned' w"tn tnteartenmQ .. tor. .... relief. demanded .in the Cone
,
...., R.ba WMto Hat. No..och.. .. ...." 2.07 ropon.e from the .iMipltc. / .
Ola ..............._....._ 486 Lot 20 Blk '22O L. Volo .... 2.12 ".. to t...* worthy' program W. are hopm9 The' nature of/ eatd oust. belno forlurncloMire
left :I I to 3. inc 61k39 John A. Sl.ght, :2036A101N0AI1 that I.A4' will bo our boot "... ot mooroco.d.d In
1 lull 4 .' ESTATES 1ST ADD Lot 3 Ilk 222< Do0d A. Pox 6 ta data. Mr*. Sullivan. 1100AOeatlmo Jrttcial Record: Book Ol: pane 539.
BIER RrP mlof lox ..... 2.72 i ublic Record of t County.
law .. SV. ta tho Aumllary. .j
& f
vrr.MtV" :,0&0..1 : NO. J u. SlC20 lorido. covering
than twenty five million at the tarn ;
NEI/ Lois f.. IS 4 14 Blk 333 s.-. C. Hubbur. .0:501 0 .uu of .t:: 231 21 1Lofs I tUnv ref crepe paper popiMet hell... tot \I. Tropical O Homo* Subdivisionto

.' ............. 6 38 25 .. _..... ......... 3.12Adla -r Men mode. by disabled. ......r..... 'r Arcadia: Florida. according ta '
$$9 t.24 Inc 81k I W. T. LI heeoital. throughout the country '.. plat' thereof recorded tn P..too"o.
'A"t
Las 23 4 24 Blk 24O Ely ..... .... 212W Mary "t'I'' 3 54L.h yea All donation received' w II"on DeSoto Paae 7J ilaldoote:
I lot I. MOEI4 ChI1Jibr.I! lO.2S County.",
i.rectty to either yeteran.
lot 2 4 3 Blk" 242 /H.. BrooWioll 3.'13Irwrrt $3 to ;4 Inc BIk. ..3 .noc. k. Brown __ 4 ''S of their *- or .nembot. ed aether.item with of the fol'w.o' which deecrib.I,
JI I f f3Yr'r. property ore
&.bl I P P Mayor
:';.: Lot 4 Blk' 246 R. Lahnr 3.I 13VVrfwwe 'located m and permanenttv in..tailed .
( Isy 4.6
J4.I
Loft t3 t" I. 1 Inc 81" U 1k.o. DKn1 ...._ 2. ItpMOTICI .* a part of tha improveT

TURNER ISTATIS Lot 10 Blk 244TNIRO C. &hol.*. 313 .. .---,--- -. _t. an aid .land
1 LAIR Sub :; ot Las I ro 12 Inc" Ilk '$9 Cothor_ Gunil.. .IS WITNESS my hand and the soot
kPL a of oSetE16 4w ADDITION TO ARCADIA OARDIMS \ O* ALI t. o* Ar odlCl., OoSoto I.?

el. SWVi.Vf being *UD at S 14OOII 11.5 Loh' I to 12 tftc Ilk 27. GMt...... Go ....". 2,05I. TO: Mr*. C. 1 GoMwtb. ......... .loot Copu1nty.q .doo.144(hi" I4tt day of

0.w:/ ; Or O. o.a...._............._.... 4 3* 34 .. known ktr4f wa* P O 80* (COURT StAt>
>4 Vt.w 4 '. '132 ,0 I.., 13 81k 34 M,.. J. w. Young 2)3GARDNOALI 44. Arcadia, rterida Parcel no I LU.... I. AVANT. At
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Lots 29 to IN Ilk Mr*. I M Name, whama ..... Clerk ot the Cwcut* Court
NW>/ Ol NWVif 5 .J4S L..Ma J. Hons... 354 SUB NO 4 OP SIC J. known .........* end IO422 ic...*.. By ALPHA ITiMINCt
SWV ol See 1 ....... Park. 1 liLnaHPar Oenuty Cfetk
tall lyina 4 e.,_ m Let 2 3 Blk. 347 Mao I. Arndt 313 .O Q sob :..w"u 34 67. lor Frankltn *l no 3Mr April 14-23. May 7-14,11944
.
!Ra. uS"2U: > 6 Tw 38 Lot 24'4:2'Blk' "'352 ;.-.-.. .,. SAwRas l' 1000 2' Ia 36 Inc Ilk. 3 Homy MKnob.. 4 f/b Lynn He...tmon. wtMwe .0.1kooo.n .

MW. _......_ ... .. 2.73 aikb. ...wo... General/ Delivery -- )
Hunt Wet V"' "1
Home $5000 7 ta 12 Inc Slh,, 13 Mono Korll.ln._ 291Lot. IN TMt COURT OF TMt COUNTY
Lo'' U ACC ) Build.r Parcel no. 3 .
Lots I to 34 Inc ISM. 3)8 H. Kannenboro 11,73 JUOOI. OltOTO COUMfY TtORIDA.
% ''no;. M.MI.H.Ii.. 4..57 You( AND 1ACH Or YOU ARIHIHIBY IM
24 to JI Inc Rlh, $16 Go Wok... NOTItlfO. that the PkOBATI
Lola 4 IB Ilk' Jo.rph Quad* a* IN
15 359 Rf ISTATt
Mrs C. P, Day 3.13 .. ...... | OP
II DORADO PARK .J . ... 3.0 ttervueed below betona no ta iierton ANNA I HIVIBAtL
""00wb et Wyi\ of 1 Lot 344 Blk. 344 John C. Coyani* 3.)13J dvesribexl above, will be MMtt at put
c' N"" f .. .............. 6 38 2$ I Lota 3' to 46 Inc Ilk. $16 Hs.iy T.Ms.lbgun. 4 $10Lo" M auction ah.. hph./ bxtuer' on TO.e ....IOtTO_, AND PfRtOMS
lot $19 Ilk. 344 H. Freher. .. 1.71I to.' 4tn day", ot June. 1964 al IOO X .HAVING CIAIM* O4 OtMAMMAOAIM1T
.._" A, M err t be Mkl bythe '
huh 1 t 14 4 15 Blk A Hubert O. Bawlmg' 49 )U I 31 to 48 Inc 81" 19 MrL A Peaco River .d1 oral fteroo 1SAtO tf ATI*

Lot 23 Ilk' 345 C< 'f. LJndHet .... 2.13 v......... ....__ 11DL.ts Cemaany located. .Movma at M lost perk* "00'104' :.::doral: :.. '>-e:uOrmI you re prw.000tle.m kafcby

LotI I 3 Oik. C Billy Howard JoHn- Stre.et. ArcoitM. Flarwki. m Mw00clwnOf any
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*ur* ....... .. ... ... ... 1371 Lot 32 Ilk 366. tame (Urom 3 t* 3S to 46 'ow BIk34. M. I. Go..M n 4,0, Myraoe prowkletl by Fto* and demand* wn.h you or
1'1; either ot you. may hove aoowMt thoe.rate
0 Lot 748 Blk. 347OJXTH H 211Marm Ida Statute ; that the oaorMbo of Anme .
llannanboro I Kimban. d...
Ian t 6 7 Blk CUt l.. MitchellRichard .. ... 7 12 Lets .$3 to 2J Inc 016. U ,, Clobl. W. .Rog.. .70 .". I ._itt by parcel .number 10 esInlbw Kite of *on. County: to the County o ea.

ADDITION TO ARCA8MA OAROfMSUlna 'udoe of Oo'etu County, 'Florida, of
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: lei Me. Irtan
s elk Glot E. HoMor" tea 3' t. 4J Ina 81k 3" W. D. Clark 2,91I ht* //lt..rs rr e court tiom.: of said
4 Alberta. J. HotoVr a tub of all Ox.COu <: > tamp* County at
I .
OeSota. ArcaaM
t JI-00 It 4 38 34 5I .. 1 CottonItnnma jlrmiMiwaun
__...... ..... 4234 ? Me i calentla* month from thattme
610(040611US NO 1:0.:. I.C J. 1.I Baahf.lotae .
.. ma ..ir.f p1.b/K6f..n. of'ttu*
elk G Donald J. Cato I Lot B Ilk. 207 .wa ) N N'h 4.1. d Ind lubb. .
20 4O3 MarkowitiAnna 2.1 Us notice. Two c_. o* eech' claim or
lob J Ilk 6 1001.0. P. It.br
.. ...... tarti
Kmrn S. I .temand hall be in writ_. and ....,.
J t... ._.__. _.__ 4.32 Lot ILo 2. I. 32 31. '" Trunk
00Lot Mere tho proce et rewdenco and oototta
leis I le 6 l IftC Ilk S ,.._ A. Lay ::2 9 IO..Iy Barrel 5
...... '
.14 81" 404 M_ a4t, >e*. .' ,the claaaant, all

ARCADIA 6ein a VILLA ooh, of Eye \ IM'\ .R'' .. 47Loh I, 1 I' to JJ Inc Ilk, J' ,__ T.rwwt 2MLota |t. {p400000, IOrw'teat TaMv,...... .hcMI eon be or. ewern. to av and the accnmiianjcda cloimjnt.ttorney

4 t'h of WVS >.ceplthe 4 to low 4 lo. toy rirmo fee a* ona onlle enl
:V I8OO rl thereof S 38 26 fl. I 12 O' Ilk __ 404 A. .I. SIIGIId .... ..., 41 to 46 I.. Ilk I Lelwo.f A. Lorq 2.9. wvW.r lamp ch claim. e* demand MN filed.
1- 04 all tie voidi
IO Blk 404 \ mambo S. c- Loh U to I. Inc 51h3$ kola MOrcal294 to CLA.A; ,'IIICKLAJtod)
lot 4O Blk I hordt. U Law- I _. _....._....._.._ 2.67 4 1.M.s. duo* A sdknM4/p -'__'__ lllltAlOM 343 Las 13 to J4 Ins Ilk. J7' "' A.w.o W.lI. ...os :._ 4,1 S6ARDNOALI ,.:, M.hooPast.,. R HO J Ann*. I .1 .:: Ucc c.Cd
L.n IS 4 14 heron :
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Tr.adw.a. 111AIlan.
Ut 14 Blk 2Ul G. Johnson 2.03 Bik,, 7"0S. 'l C0t00w1r1.. WOllo. 3. 1S NOr4,0PIltt1, 1 POMoi 1 -.-.... 1a ebln.f .y fef Adminietroo/k
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7 Blk. 4 Roy Horman __... 2.03 Lot II' Ilk 403 A. .. .......... ..... 20' 00009 Sob N 7x1 2 J4 carom* p.rional otlocl*. May 14 JI I. I, pose 4. II, 144IM
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Lob Is 30 /I... Ilk. J Pt;. )4U,901 !I.M -
lot 8 Blk 4. Luxollo Summon 303 to H. 11..5I
Lot 3, IS 4. 28 Blk' 4O4 A.. .. s....dOO _._ 2.17 :

Ut 31) Blk. 4 > Crno Hanoi I _..,_ 303 Lots .IO 4 II 1 Swan M. Cforp 20'; I.... 2S to 30 low IN' U MU1..tf A Took. I If.bmj IKKl.. TnDA P.o *-" *INS Clacvt1. h..___t..i' COD' .CUt OP "M'IM
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.k.06. .4 P4el.p z. .. ,. \M 1 tv....... AND0S oitotoFO

lot S Blk S Croco A. Gifford 2.03 Lot 33 Ilk. 404Lo Cow.. 0-.. .. 20' $5008 37 to 46 .loot Ilk. I I Awl 1, A.-- 37' ,S.olww.. hop INr.wr and hell.. Tt.. .. i04AnN8T 4r0VNT4 .L..4

Ut 14 Blk 9. W. D. Shod _'_ 2.03 I IS Ilk. 4OB A.. f. 51......... 20' the* t*... .NetMio w to be puhl/ds.d. a PALMeP.C..._.tl Lots 19 to 30 'roc Ilk 23 =oo.: :W*:: : for two _ufmo week* m tno A.Joilian ., \=4t
lot I II I Blk 1 C. J. Triptett. ..__ 2 $4 Lot 9 4. 10 Blk. 422 P.f00 D6vS .. :I 0' 4 I : nt At r i ia- UeVifO Ountv "'"

Lot 16 Blk 7 Cno E. AnaVnon 203 Lots 7. II IB Ilk. 422 A.. 1 I. ....__- ._ 2.4' Lob ::11 to 4' k0. IM. 34 Choy No $cIo.lI. 4,1516h ***.....'l, a. .kicol new.ctapec off o.ncral. J IMIINM L PIRRIN., and .aL VINCINY

: -nn H. Trea.txllo III.t .
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Lot I* Blk. 7 i.f M. P. Horbrond 2.03 lots S 4 4 Blk. 423 A. .. Sd.oo.- 2.0' 29 to 3. ... Ilk 40 W.- 10.0001 _. 2,4SOINOAI i Attorney to* P''_. ..... Mew IA Joe .liM- *O4| iO.WBI

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lot I 8"1'" ': Harry H. ........, 2.03 Lot 9 4. $IO Ilk 421 Loo A. W.... PVNNI$' IICflOM ONtl.. 01 SIC I. May lifts. -- -,--$,', 144 MOIK Ceee *O |19,144 eV PtABpti .

1- Toonalw 3 6' 00.. _, of Nt\o-. ? ''l 10. .......1p4 an4.41. VINCINT
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lot 2 Ilk 9 ,', W. D Jnad ___ 2.03 .o000l 01 .... .l-SS -- -- I .118104... ...., aI'peltl_ ...._.... 000.0. .
Lot 7 *. I Blk. 424JOttM A. I. bbna1. _h .O? Goof Who how, <' / .... bv. t. __
lol 3 Ilk 9 Harry/ H. Hoalvy 2.03 : _! sn I.I'160.)1; ': .0 1* IN TM. CIRCUIT COWaf O* TNITWIIITN f.j ANO 10 4! LITij5" ..aeI -

Lot 9 Blk 10 V, .". John C. fo Gut,. 2.03Lot t. RUINS PROPIRTIISWV i .f 3awh aoL 29 J. 11 I.... *) 004 JUVXIAI aftoTO CIRCUIT COUNTY 'IMAM :ti....hey.< : : rL.-: ::: .: c:=

12 Blk 10 .. Raymond H: 8'nl- a :*' Sub of tne No fells.3 Bemo, 31Lo 38 '24.of Lot. 17" Ilk 99 .Rr4wf It Ipiw4r.rs011n .. A.*,..... |M Mil NANC/1v' I .:.f-'l EJ ":. tI4.
.. 2.63
.. .::. MST NIVtM 8AVINos. OANK. a to. .. Npv";\i: dp30r
7 .,11.. I L. K. Leoctk ._ 1.1' 8 .. .
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tat I Blk .II w. Dj Shod 2.03 J I $001. = ...-=::. 70a001N6A11 ., r.wkPbKh."-/. BMy :fI871k4: ': NSS S,

Let 3. 4 4. 8 Blk. 3 L. K. :.." _... .. 2 N ItS t \; ''i'.f 4
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