The Arcadian
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079901/00024
 Material Information
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: June 4, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- De Soto -- Arcadia
Coordinates: 27.2175 x -81.86 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Jan. 9, 1925).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579554
oclc - 33424602
notis - ADA7400
lccn - sn 95047230
System ID: UF00079901:00024
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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Congratulations to membersof : t..A ... 1: : .. :4 f.kft \'

this year's graduating class. \\Ii' ..'f' "' 'J I ... P\L.-A. .ttiJ 't; t 1 QC'J .1t 4r. "$ .lt
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May :your future be one of :r.; '' -'..... : '
success and happiness. Our t- \ :.t: '. $ $ Annually ;" I
thanks to local: merchants who .... .. ,(0

helped sponsor this year's \.. \ '
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class. The individual pictures of ., .

pages the 1964 4 and graduates-0-3. section appear B. on I .. "r .. I) :. r t :f' : J' .' .. .' ., One Of Eight

Water problems continue to

plague Arcadia men. After the deluge of com The 1964 class. of 84 iieml ers will Vincent I*, DeShazo, principal will

-(; plaints the other day it wouldbe GraduationEdition be graduated tomorrow iucht in cere- the seniors, and Hugh C.

, wise for these people to monies at DeSoto llijfh. School. The t Flanders. superintendent) will present

I attend Monday night's council theme "Forever Upwaryl' will !tK' used the diplomas.. :Miss Sidney Andi'mon Get SS CheckAbout

meeting to find out what is by the program speakers. The grad anti Mi.ts Leona :Borland are clans
being done about the situation. Sec section B
uation exercises will begin at 8 p. m. aI.onsnraPKY | .
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7:30: Friday evening, area one out of every eight ally, the social security benefit

residents are also Invited to LIBRARY' t residents of DeSoto County li rolls Increased from about

attend a meeting to discuss: the now receiving a monthly soc 3 million people In 1934' to

meeting pollution will of Peace be in the River.conference The of FLA. HISTORY(; lal security check according to more than 19 million at 'th' >

room upstairs in the figure released by George end of 1963. This rapid growth)

First Federal building. flanks Sarasota Social Security .. in the beneficiary population
resulted from major am tndincnts -
Additional Information can District Manager. Banks'report
to the Social SecurityAct
be obtaned by contacting: Earl listed the number of I>e- '
1030 through IMI U
from ,
Crockett at WA 8-32OI. Soto County beneficiaries as .
r I He cited several amendments
I 190) at 'the end uf I ll VCS3.> an
which extended socialsecurity
All Master Masons of Peace Increase ?f 87 over the corresponding
to HIf.empao.f'd -
River Lodge Number 6. and figure at the beginning << coverage
business and profession
their families will be attending Ilr f '1003. The dollar' benefit > .
'f" al farmers and agrlc.UJturat \ ):-.
Sunday morning services amounts' total more than It!I.- workers. and other

together. OOO.OOO yearly.Retired .

Plans call for the men to (Every Good Thing Florida Offers Is In DeSoto County In Abundance) workers are the largest .' million groups.people As a whose result work sevCS"\was(

meet at 10:45 a-iru at the Masonic single group of social security
under social securityare
Temple and go in a Fourteen Pages 10 CENTS Arcadia. Florida. Thursday June 4, 19G4 Volume XXXX No. ::16 beneficiaries. In the count now receiving benefits;
group to the church. Services ,. There are 832 In this group .
Others qualified through a*
wW be at First Presbyterianas and their olil age Insurance
mend men t a which reduced the/
a welcome to Rev. Drennon benefits total $57.877 monthly. '
needed to get
of work
CotUne m. also a master MasRbert The number, and amount of

the other monthly' benefits benefits the'age

4 -0-- ..,Merchants Plan paitl In DeSoto County as of.aet.mo.r On. change which older- lowering people can
(Bob) WerU. county si. ltM' '3 included:
benefits from B3 to 03 -
com'missloner: and head of the Home 852 retired workers get
accounts for 1.8 million out of
courthouse committee demon- received I37.B77 1B2: wife or
the !10. million people now entitled -
that he has A ?
strated recently husband 17.173; 124 widow or
plenty of that ole American widower.' 'T.l2h :211 1 mothers to benefits. The amend/?,

Ingenuity. Two Sales EventsTwo : anti children. ....068.; 122 disabled menu also introduced social a new.'
under seta t" {
Seems each year the county walkers and dependents protection disability benefits ej&L:, .
ity- :
hires a steeplejack to paint *7.743. and
million disabled' workers
the courthouse flag pole and In releasing the figure, receive
this was no exception Hanks pointed out that the their dependents now ,
city wide sales promo- sales promotion the:ne, took benefits under the disability.prwvslons .
except the steeplejack had already social: security benefits are Important
tions have been for Arcadia the law..
when set precedence. >> of
back north
gone to the community as
the halyard broke and then bY the Merchants Divis'on' During' these promotions by wall a. to the people who

was no one around to fix it. of the DaSoto Chamber of local merchants backed by the receive, them. "It Is a f. t." he

The local fire departmenttried Commerce, one for the monthof Chamber a "buy at home"program said "that almost every dollarof

but with the metal broken August' and another set ten- on a continuing basis social security benefits com Free Want Ads

th....' was no way to mendit atively for February it was was approved. "Shop Arcadia ing Into the County: Is spent

from the air. reported here this week by First will be the theme and each month In local businessesfor For StudentsTo

That.shen Bob got his Wally Collins bead of the merchants will step up their fond, clothing shelter and Offered

idea. He called in Raymond'' divl lon. advertising programs' with, other ...-ntlala. In this way Be

Palmer with his wench truck. ... :ThoMcr ""....rW>>;.wUb ..brilln! !J'.U agd:! syechrlitlee! !.............its*..-s"....tebilI/ing<' Tbs 'Arcadia .wlir. 'ort>r a ...
: E f tn*> pole'sawadof: hadnt 10 members present met May they hs'e to tt.-r: 114. ,rrvtt- I effect on tbe local ecun m,.. frM> 4iu rat want ad service

mended and then to reinforce 29.and drew up a list of goalsto to entice local buyers: to "keep 4 Hank forecast that the num. June II through June IsV

M, Inserted a smaller tight- be .worked toward and the Arcadia CREEK with l Y + her' of social. security benefice '.n.. year's service: will Include

fitting pipe into the two halves. money." larles will continue to IncreaseIn a special section for *ds
The pole was ready to use In stating these goals. Collins the fulurs.' but at a much students.

for the Memorial Day celebration noted that Arcadia had an ap- slower. rate than' In the past gone::' 1C years and :younger

at the courthouse. proxtmte half-rrrillA dollar 10 yean' lie said that. nation- may advertise! their" service'

-0-- payroll each month to draw or Items under. I3O In value

Two young Arcadia business on and that at least a quarter- for the two week under 'the
firms that have been feeling million of that came from the

the pains of progress moved State Hospital at CarUtrom Barley to Head program.The ads could result, In summer -

their offices to new West Oak r and Dorr Fields. --- Team Jobrfv unusual. bargains)
Street locations last week. Other actions taken by the Survey ef"sorts.
Philip E. Bailey agent for merchants recommends f 1 I.v e HOOF CAVES: : A Motion of real txl when this picture was tkkrn. A and a t....-... sw.pehup .
At Ft. .
State Farm Insurance and legal holidays each year Including cave In on' the laundry at trlatrumField new laundry WM slattxl) for construction OgdenCarl The ads. limited to IS words,
Dink Bradley, president of Arcadia Christmas New Years.July llarley will head 'the
as Arcadia Firemen fight tocontrol and plans have been rushed to must be put In writing
Abstract and Title Com w 4. Labor Day and Thanks- the blaze. The fire of an un- have It com plot.-d a. soon as 1..U l.. survey 'team that will be in signed by either parent er.
Inc. are now occupying: .r givlng.
pany. Ft. Olden Monday.' June 9, with a written
new offices nest to Koch's Unanimous approval for a determined! origin did an estimated Only two minor 'Injuries' were report( II we announce*! here this consent guardian If or-brought In person:;

Drug Store In downtown Arca- strict solicitation control program the- Sll.Vthousand damaj; More than ed. (Arcudlan' Photo) week by Hugh Flanders, superintendent Ads may be brought to the<

dia.Both was another Item on half of the building had been d atroy. of publIC Instruc, classified counter In The Arcadian -
visitors would be a
men are Inviting agenda. This sir. they may also be
into their headquarters for REV. JACOB DAGDY screening process of all out of tion.Call O.
*>l aspot" survey the matted to The Arcadian %f'
and advertising -
an Inspection tour. county magazine 'leant will assets the Ft. Ogden. Uoe a70.Deaillin..

-0-- .salesmen and solicitors.photographers. .sleet l, which .has been facing' fur placing 'the ads
Friday" night softball results New Pastor etc by I h eMerchant'I Fire Destroys Laundry FacilityAt
.being timed l Isy .the scnuulbuenl / will lie Tuesday 12 goon
the Corral Committee and a
show BranUeys over haw 'the ...t five years June 9 and Is
In the first made to the Chamberof
nine to one report
Begins due M the lack of puuila' InIha
tfame and Johnson's ov. r Commerce. This would save first three. grades .htJ

C.T.C four to two In the second of residents untold dollars In flyby have .U> attend. under.
Baptist Church one
game. night operators or salesmen. G. Pierce Wood 1
defeated East Cypress Avenue. announces nave value. Monday Night leawber." Union Election
Tuesday night Brantleys whose programs no
the arrival I of their newpaster The Ft Ogden school. will
C.T.C. 11 to one. and the Reverend ac o b Community pride evidencedIn not be clused. If the a,.'. survey Set At C. T. C.
five to the town
Johnson downed Boring Bagby. a clean-up programwas Losses estimated at l 111- his .left forearm, and touts went 'through he( laundry and team deems II feasible. todeep dtvlaloti
in the second game. advocated and Merchant'sagreed u. A. Newcornbe.
four --0-0 Reverend Bagby la a graduate to Inside outside cleanup thousand dollars. were caused Wilson, I'. If-...., becm ."."th,... w. -- hay. It open. However.. In a manager.. Central Transformer

Tbe Arcadia post of the *of the Missionary Uttle. Rock.Baptist Ar-- of stores and streets. by a fire at CarUUom Plod, duty, apparently from smokeInhaUtkw 'They say there are two the survey I)...made,... hehoallord..five /years was ages Corporation announced. today

Florida Highway P-trol reports Seminary ""Tneae efforts on the part of O. tnerc. Wood Stale llo p:!.1 l *.. fweaiMlltlse.. as t<. the! ...- of xtvisMl .by. 'the State. to ..... he has received notification

no auto accidents In the kansas. coming to Arcadia. merchants are barked 100 percent Monday night. The fire r county during the pest week.- Before by other divisions. of Ute the bias the watchman Hoard thai. the International -
"Spontaneous <'
.o- be transferred bus
of by to
the pastor of laundry ether
large amount
However a monthly teletype Mr. Bsgby was Church of Chamber." Bill Channel Chamber .Ills' Identity was not reY....... (Continued tm page S-A) nearby county"' schools.OLDTIMER fireHherhood. ef Kleetrtcsl -
report from the patrol snows the Grace Baptist president said. "It should equipment', .laundry and Workers AFC-CIO Union

that so far this. year .23 persons Milford. Ohio.Reverend be a real community program. the building In the llaaptUi' has petlUened for the purpose

have been killed OftFlorida" and Mrs. Bagbyhave LIVE: neve." .laundry.. MYSTERY PICTURE. of cvlla.trv.. .bargaining. regarding .
and one Remember" you NO LONGER MYSTERY
highway, and M.US .- two daughters These and ether programs The Arcadia Fire Department conditions. of employment
N IVlk -
) Injuries bare been neonieo. son and reside at 14O have been adapted. warn Instrumratal tnbringing ,here at this. plant.

In the city of Arcadia. Ute b4aj under" cntrel -Tbe wnun and I agreed lasn

During the same period last before Urge fuel tanks Dr. G. F. Highsmith Right Selection election. so thai everyone

rear M3 deaths had occurredand and AnmoniA storage tanks' M the following categories.

!jTTO injuries.. were Imperiled.The may: have their choice to von.

-0- Legion Baseball Set btase was fine rwl "..* Lest week's. mystery mss .........,, UII'I' In $1111 Me became s member ef the ","""*' er "against"- iur-a4b' **
... saM<
l unl Neweombe v
L_ R. Morgan was presented about Lao: and the atarvt was fl s
Dr. ffJsJMmiiA burn
with a M. year 'aacwr1JI1cele s M ndw by a night ..khm.e.. ..- bar IMS,..wee Packers. "M he ws4 mn ....t\K,. ltM rMdUal staff st Arcadia" 0...-. InsliMtedi. AU production and
N.1,4ed U.
seevie. from Dr. Vedad ( and Mr. fX' hStalnbrevk Uoa.cI .1 the Martialffe C ohl.a.In ersl' MfiUl' us Sell and over maintenance, employees lnaIwd-
tsMt .
....&. W C ...-d..... to Whe/s the .has been tut the ..
the Grand Lodge rf Florida at were am duty sn the Wile M4MI .lie .. the VIIII1t.Ua. enttod p C t.-al. fears lag machinists. warvnewsevnenand
U lIoN,.. ./f Dir 1,
fejapilal rs .
., IU- 4swmsneMHl ptant clerical. .t plo,.cs.Cjscludedl
the test sneetijtg Peace For Monday S ""** Loess. Number ... r*AM, Opener .. fire fighters at thebwfrital ;: All ofn e clevteelsmployeee.
urk.gy base ., >.H..l>*mHh served asnr
The certificate wae prepared' and.. Ml Arcadia. \.Mr- .. wiy.ry' .lea and''Inspsctlon. *- .
edvcetMt al CasitM
was > UJs.
t Ue un nl In the ..
by the Grand Lodgev and thesweeesnatios ,. Dr. 0.,. sid he was the security guards still sM-
Mackie. Jkw Flrsrettand std c. .... | Q4 tuft W.... $I I7-I. and served ...
) was A a .. by The American Legfcr* .... 0. fine .. ant.. at the fire ... j: Army pervieca."s-*
Aniseed Tew, SNn.Yadde. .-.- the Awed mt Caa: ,..._. f.r* the The election will& be June.It.ItNM. .
Joa8enP.. past sae.s.ib.e ban ...am) wttt offlcisUy open wa. |e.Aed try Pr" dark A5Hair
Lila .. ..ii.staled draft M WorM War Two.lie ..*>*.
Pea lUver Ledge.We.tlier
ef the her Monday aftarwma M the er, haemetal sMprtn* *w 6.041 Y. reel wee the fcvlMOg. lo tike C'BwntyM -.

hal hobo park with the AH focal banbitl. fasts are Adair later thai. ke ,..... ....... .. _..1f ..tW.l AaauetatbMi. IMat e_
Arcadia boys teeing the> Bra- aw.*d te ***** SMC anal SMSW ....11I ... thefiamre drewo'
week'. .,........ Aaeietatlws and l<* theAiwtkan -
ta."tsf tale Oed
.... .... '
d. -- at 4 pm.Tae. port the teal The have.eke. .
W..I Aswrl.tiws.
_e .sisal. U bays date h.eb...+sfltsdsesun plies of equipment. .W4a Shoee eresery pi...".. HewMI the.. ef theelectitN City Council r
K this. r.*r- Ort .. ? .Fran. 9. Yeas I lseea Arcadia but It.n. e r..... 'M. a eech lie was revR.
) .. ......,. .... Nva.. ..... / senrtoe medal rest the Meets Mends.
finalwater .
1. the D ts>.rc all be a Armes Perk. JiMte 19. Away wen sot hesudes' ......ant ., U *. C...... and k* ..
1.'eport' W !. bvys seleded by ....... .1_ IX. KMSWrsawta. ea trtlf flAuaIa w : ., .... Tsae weea'e'-.....' ( "
MaaiM ef tonsl standing.pr v The ,. .....* ...... CIC the
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Jelly1t.. .. JMCM 1ft. ISSMHSckadav "- warn ............... .- ....-. N .... 4, Ilighamlfh hobbies ate .. .
$ Arcadia& ) City Council sahedul
lm n ...........t the. srfTMiaiU W J HM I'. Away Ae teener the n-- w1 L'l! ... A.c paawgt.Wsy
D.Ae '" ,. IIlt%. a..w aa6.a.. sa*< tortey that. thin yeah n. 1 g. Jas. 24.-- three. ** throw** they pee 4 sad. .,.,.._ and la always' .... was .... >ocs.t ''rsattl the .......
.f 0. heYee .. Aeest .I... 3*. ftaasi aired 2S le.4 *... .JW, :
ahsuid be FtMk.
17 M a .- war -j-s) -- ., friends and
May Iesgu 1 u 4a.0 perUo Monday nJght. Js....,.
the. A serkan Lugln. Ft. iii,", Jm*. 3>. Away .ar. TW titer. was naatite fe.Iaeeysl .: ..... 1tr5 angta4aa.W
May M 9a .! ... ....1) > He alma baa ra It was reported here the. weak.Several .
hap W M ..-a7 yeas so the Mae***.. jMl-r I. AwayTI. stelae., tiers.. 1M UnNenMy Cofla. .. and maiatsinsreads '
MaI- .s toe J4 the tea J Ilan.f.be'ag. .... es'N.diila... to lraea.lt. Vs. Sad a council massb., .
Taeye aw eU base and Myers. *y a. Two wirer n.-w.. near Gardner ... out .f tow'* business'....AtfaICet. ...
May M .1.. ... .. .. ...lasasey .. !1i'%. a
at .* accttusrt resntifliai.OTfic .. I.V Avar.Jey healed at the be$11 -m lUverIte umabs ...' .... TVithe Ita

May 31 H.. ... .ats Ck** yeas sew Jecry:I ,,S..edenssn.. He AwayJTaly ar4 .......... rra'yes .:*>"*> WM mevlnl M Cvefy. ... .,. r....... with his'..!. a.a.U qi sNan. tnescheduled ....UAaL 1.-
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!2-A! TIIE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida' .Thursday June 4. 1964

I I i M. E. Women 'K Tea For Two Teachers CTC Employees

ri'F', 'if', 'Hold ''Service

; Sunday night May 24, attetor.ntaVfrftoyftianif'TRayis' Mrs.' Etta Marie Hill and Small gifts were presented And Famili

.'r t"J., .t- ; ; } ; df Mfs's' )Mlrrtha'., '"B B&Klth'fy' vt'wbtRgcbq' 'bfethe: 'ho orees and refresh- ?

I l'.fr. I: ,rote .!:i-III. :I Trinity Methodist Church Installed ..) t,,,,Men' "\orlaJ' ,School; EiVs.'consisted Cookie: Mints,ofiloed;( and Nuts.Fruit .wnr, Ha Y e'tif 'c

'new officers of the, who will soon be leaving the Punch,
,., COLLEGE STUDENTS WON HONORS Woman's Society: of Christian I DeSoto County School system The- invited guests area the Central Tfarafotrnerpany ,

; ROGER JOHNSON Service, and the Wesleyan Ser i were honored 'WIth a tea members .of Ithe Memorial Activities Committee// LJ1
W It ( The hostesses: hold the. r_g larly scheduled
W. II. Kerns, director of Publicity for the University vice OulkU Present for thservice t at Memorial School LunchRoom ,Whidden., Mgr. monthly part{ for employe> ,
of Florida, Gainsville has announced that 248 studentsof ware Mrs. Paul Kemp, on Wednesday June 3. Mrs. Magdalene and their OaOiiUes' Saturday
President; Mrs. Chsjles ,Mun- 1964, given by the Lunch RoomlrrspnneL Mrs.. Susie Falany, (who
the University College have been: named to the Dean's June 6 at Lake ChJMs\\ \ "'at
List. The honor places the selected freshmen and sopho- dell, Vice: President; Mr.. A. C entertained with piano music:), announced here this'weekCTC
PoJJc, Jr.
mores in the top five per cent of students with records Mrs. Howard Recording: RoeartSr Secretary Tr.a-, na Mrs. Rosa Rector Mrs. Joan dpnatef part of the

of excellent academic performance during the winter surer Secretaries of ,lines of z t Finch and Mrs. Elsie Austin monthly poly "funds, vending
I trimester. Among the first was the name of Roger work were Mrs. George Smith Twentieth City Mgr. machines furnish, a part the'
Steven Johnson son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Johnson, Christian Social Relations; Mrs. Committee, ,>halr"1I1" ,
I of Nocatee. Ralph Ames Promotion; Mrs. ,* . .. George Mattheweon. "'II1'qr.(
IIUGII MARTIN Howard Forbes. Missionary Century Club EI IswoAttended rth Keen's wives nish steaks of employees, for *4he >party will die\
Juiucatlon: and Service' ; Mrs.Henry (ur-

Hugh McLaurin .Martin: -., ....,,-....... '-"; Lanier, Student. Work. Met 'May 28 gas nish and a covered 01,1(,} lor'dtyi outboard and ,tfa t.,.
Jr., son of Mr. and\\Mr.: H, Mrs. ,D. 'H. Carr. Youth Work. will ,be furnished.
M. Martin, 711 Parkview i Mrs. J, C. Halls Children's tors GUMU

Rd., Arcadia, .received the Work Mrs .J. A. Simmons, The May meeting of the Graduation will enjoy swimming i boating
and fishing.
H4"A41Ta .
D. S. degree 'from David- Spiritual Life.;. Mrs. II ..\. Mc-: .wDf
Twentieth Club The ,
was group
Conn Century assemble! at
kh. Literature and Publications
eon CollegQ'on May 31. He f'' 1 ; ',Mrs..''George :Push, held 'Thursuoy night of last Mr. and Mrs.FEllswerth' Lloyd Holton ,cut (e on the

was designated a :Distln.guished Supply Work. Committee on r week at the T h a d Carlton Keen and son Kayo attended lake and approximately '' *oguests
Military Student exercises at ,. are : I
Puonclty were Mrs. William the graduation
home with Miss Kate Carlton
and served as Captain in Townsend and Miss Bertie Jones 'County Junior College
advanced R.O.T.C. He 'is.a Gore. For the Guild w.reMrs., ;; and Mrs! C. E. Adams as co- In Ellisville. Miss on 'exp.ctetL'r I

memberof Gamma Sigma Hazel Dishonff President, and .1I. hos tosses. day; May 21 to be there
Epsilon national'Chemistry :7; .... r! Mrs. Elam Albritton, Trea- .6 ; The president Mrs. Lewis their daughter and Thur.j

fraternity, serving ,as vice- ". ,i surer. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert L>. Stephens, Jr. Purvis, welcomed the membersand Eftle Lou Keen, :
The of the Woman'sSociety Associate of Arts
president, and his social purpose guests Business discussion "
of Christian ServiceIs also a Medal for Public:
fraternity is Kappa Alpha '
centered on possible topics -
.which he served as presi to unite all women of the Married on the ing. ,.
for next after grad
Church In Christian living years programs. Friday, the day
dent. '4 and service; to help develop Literary Club Plans for the final meeting of uation. Mr. and Mrs. Keen w
Davidson' College. David'_ and support Christian work East CoastMiss the year concludes: the business motored to McComb and Natchez

'son, N. C., graduated 180 among women and children around Met With session. Miss to look after some
the world; to study Laura Eleanor Smith business Interest. Kayo enjoyed v
'*seniors this year to'end its. need. of the ?world; to serve became the bride of Robert 1>. 'Mrs. H. Watson The program on "Nonense seeing the Mississippi River c !
127th school year. Approximately to strengthen local' church; improve Stephens, Jr., on Saturday and Limericks" was presentedby Buddy Keen completed his x q
2000 Visitors were civic community and May ninth In the Perrine- Iho Arcadia Literary Club Mrs. II. L. Johnson and Junior year at Southern University -
on the campus for the observance of the commencement world conditions.<< Peters Methodist Church In met at tho home of Mrs. Har-. Mrs. Russell Garner. Mrs. In Hattiesburg. Miss
exercises., Among those attending were Hugh's parents Related to the ''Woman's Society P rrlne. Fla. The bride Is the Icy Watson on Wednesday May jonnsou read a number of on Saturday, and returned to 11
Marian and Hugh Martin, and his sister, Maryanne Is the ''Wesleyan Service daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- /.7. nonsense poems covering a Arcada with his parent, as .>si,'t There :,omeene Ye'u
(Mrs John III) Treadwell. Guild whose,purpose Is to,.pro thur C. Smith of Perrlne. Mr. During the business' session wide variety oi subjects. Mrs. did his sister Miss Effe Lou Will AlwaySJR.e.ernhee t;
vide a channel through which Stephens Is the son of Mr. and the nominating committee Garner gave the detinition of Keen. .They spent a week at 1.a 1
DOTTIE 1101)) JERKINS employed women may achieve Mrs. Robert D. Stephens. Sr.. limerick and read several ex- home and have now gone to .
spiritual enrichment and Christian of Greenville, Mis the slate ol officers for amples. All were enjoyed very the Baptist Assembly In Ridge- )
Dottle' Lou Jerkins graduated with a degree of Reg- fellowship. and take an 'A reception was held In the the coming: year as follows: much. crest N. C. to work on the th4"
U'er'd' Diagnostic Radiology 'Technology from Duval active part In developing a church Immediately' following President Mrs. A. M. Dennis 7 he hostesses served delghtful staff They will both ,returnto < S J
Medical Center. She has at 'received her First vice president, Mrs. '"' the
ready degree, world ot Christian community.Rev the ceremony refreshments to Mrs. James Soutehrn University
having passed 1 the State Hoard.: School will not 'be out Hayes, reading passAges The brute's mother lived In Lowndes Treadwell; Second Boone Mrs. J. T. Cassels. Mrs. fall term.Dance. t tr
for another'couple,of weeks. Dottie Lou is the daughter fruiii, U..Ullpel ,of John Arcadia .several years ago. She vice president( Mrs. Charles I Hazel Dishong. Mrs. Russell.
of Helen Jerkins. ,and epistles of Paul, chargedthe will be remembered as the Mundall; secretary Mrs. Chas. Garner. Mrs. ii. 1. Johnson
members. that they' are former Dorothy Griffith Her Herr.. Treasurer, ideas Krniiy Mrs. W. L. Matttson. Mrs. Ben
WEEKEND IN IIARTOW trailed to bw /''Christians, ''that parents are Irvene and Louis Smith; Librarian Mrs. Lee McUchee. Mrs. Lewis Purvis. Recital
each has a ..different talent. ,la Griffith. They were all prom- 1'ickles and reporter Mrs. A. Miss Ella Rails, Mrs.\. W. O.
I spent the weekend! in Bartow visiting with my specific: Job to do.. This Job inent and ,hard workers In C Pole Jr.; i'arlimentarian, Rails, Mrs. Frank Itumsey, ''
grandson Chet Smith, while his'parents spent the weekend should be ,a bless ng and .will Trinity Methodist Church when Mrs. Durwaid Smith. Mrs. Lyle Wood and guests FredaYNi9htAt
in Naples. I went to 'see Chet' play Little League hot t ,be drudgery It 'done because they lived he.... Mrs. Dennis named her commitevs Mrs. Thad Carlton Mrs. Zula
baseball Thursday night -when his team played Citrus of love',for the Ixttd. It After a honeymoon trip 'to as follows: Program, Williams ]Mrs.' Bonnie Cole- ''Garden CenterJanet 'I /
Chemical. Ihe latter won the game, but I certainly should be Ilk* Tunning .. race Nassau the couple will make Mrs. Roy Appleby Mrs. C. I'. man, and Miss. Martha Bowl- ,

_thought Choi's team played the best. ''Their .pitcher ,where only one .may receive their home In Perrlne. and Mr. banuusky ,Mrs. Durward Ing. Daly. Debra Robinson :
'was not as good an the opposing team's, and he walked ,the prize Soone mid run to Stephen will commute the 10 Smith Mrs. Rupert Smith and Lisa La timer. Tammy Tread FISH
obtain It. Each is called to be miles to Homestead Air Force at the Insistence of other .
to' many 'boy! then a fluke, ball hit a light pole. : numbers of Ute committee, well. Terry Treadwell Lisa
holy "He hath ,called to Hose. ;
richochctetl across tho fence for a home run, ,with all be ,holy In all you of .. Mrs. Dennis, Book Committee; .Allen Beth M Anly. Cincfy
manner the review Mrs. Smith asked
'the bases full. Now 'that wan luck. for them. Dut the Newcombe: Stephanie Ann
conservation. (I John 1:15), 1 Mrs. Lee fickurs, Mrs. D. O.isarnell '
International Little 'League 'Field is ,something to see. ,Each: Is urged to love one: another and Mrs. W. 1!. Scott; for comments and these prOVo Dykes, Susan Hamilton Lew 'ALL 1'\'OU\ CAN'EATt;
They have two adjoining ball diamonds,,with grandstands All see warned to be Bar-B-Cue t'f? Meirtberihlp 14... J. M. Mor- *J very. Interesting.Mrs. Watson assisted. 'Martin. Linda Love Joy. AustinWhidden

on four sides two- for'each diamond. It is In 'a sober, vigilant, ready to de- qua Miss. Kinlty Smith andMrs. Mrs. Ed Watson and Mrs.by Frances Whitnall '
beautiful setting on the South 'side of town. Rather tend the Faith .and make no Supper ForEmployees Edith Scott; Dy Laws James Miller served delightful and Paula Mosaic will perform '$
Committee Mrs.\ Lawrence II.itciw Friday night June 5. at the
think that the refreshment stand made a killing that apology for It. ; refreshments to the members Club whereEarl ]1.00
Garden building
; "a.ll. : Mrs. llupect Z wan: and
night, because there were four games. 'two to each II Is desired that the Society present. Mrs.\. A. M. Dennis Atkinson will present,
diamond with Intermission, In between.. and of course will have a year of spiritual F Roberta President "Jf j k Mrs.* Henry browder. Mrs. Hugh Jones Mrs. them In a dance recital.
uplift that the President will n. F. Roberta Mobile, PacWrtrf; 1 Mrs. Arthur Freeman was
milling around by the ,teams who were note, playing. .Ienjoyedall 1 the program leader for the Henry Browder Mrs. L. A. There will also be a large
Co. entertained
have her held Inc. the
arms aloft bylu'thful
of.it.exoep when the truck/cam fry' to prny fellow. members. and packing ,houseemolnynua.pifcXlcrnuAti and read the quotation Uoe. Mrs. Harley Garner Miss\. group from .Sarasota. Englewood ,Se".d'Wfff.
for moMjuitocs then I wan almost suffocated; and with a Hdrbecue dinner on rum bhaaespear; : "1 do Emily Smith Mrs. Leila New- and Venice participating

when I returned.to'my.car, it was an awful.mea. Chet Thursday night May 28.' Everyone love my country's good with arespect some Mrs.' Arthur Freeman. All of the dances originated; Hushpuppies Slaw -
Mrs. Lee Mrs. J. L.DUhontC. '
returned to Arcadia with me 'and returned to Harlow. enjoyed the charcoal: more tenuer, moreholy Pickles and are choreographed by.Earl'
.with' his cousins Gene and Kay Parker. ,Womans :Club broiled steak and ribs fresh und profound, than mine Mrs. Rupert. Smith Atkinson.The ''Potatoes
knucklehull cole slarw.l own ..,.". The book to be re- Mrs W B. Scott Mrs.\ Edith dance will start at 8:00:
NE\\ STATUS I HYMIIOL 'Will Install L>tato salad. Iced tea, and: viewed was The SeVen DaysIn Scott Mrs. D. O. Barnett. Mrs. pm. I "PINE'P.OINTRESifAURAN'
May" by Fletcher Knebel Durward Smith. Mrs. G. R.ebersete The program will consist of
A blue-and-whlte bumper decal may be the newest' :New Officers Mr. Roberta was very, grateful and "'Charles bailey Jr Before ; Mrs. David Freeman, Classical and Character Ballet,
status symbol the high-school driving net. Mrs. F. F Rhode )Mrs. Charles
among The 'Arcadia Womans Club to Sheriff Lloyd Holton for the review was given, Mrs. Tap and Acrobatic. Followingthe P
The decal bearing a mortarboarti-andt design and the motto will meet,Monday, June I. for Rd Watson and Mrs. James short period of Social
.Schooli'tl'ln-Sarety".dlatlnR'ulah. and utensils to prepare the of the two well known dancingfor .
.es high-school students who have. 'completed 'driver. the tast meeting before the .. authors. The two autohrs have Miller.' teenage and adults. j R.7t 1s

training courses summer holidays. Jf_...... In announcing the closing of quite a lot In common; both ,
It is being presented by the'American Oil"" Company will be Mrs. Forrest Weaver, ,the Packing Company for the live in Washington both work .:1:
to students who complete tho ]prescribed driver-training chairman. Mr..'C.:.W. Channel. season. Mr Roberts said that In the Washington Uureau ot
'course In'hlgh '" In Illinois,: Indiana. Wisconsin and .W.... Msble Houseman. Mrs. they had enjoyed a v.r7I the Cowls l\iblcations both
Michigan.. Later in the year the Company plans to'' OraN 'Smith. Mrs Rupert e'eM"'I'n.' and were look- are happily married and both
".Smith. (Mrs. "W. B. Tlasiey >leg 'forward to a larger' production are keen students of politics. .Iuli
extend! the award to most other parts of the country.
this fall .. he Seven Days in May Is not the "NIW.
'Mrs..Mabl.' Bexiseman. Mrs.'Jane planeto
The Schooled In Safety" bumper decal will notice
serve -W Include peppers and tomatoes first book on which these two ::8 5Z6HB3PEED
Whidden. and Mrs.E.
Ito drivers dealers', authorities .and the public ,that the J. Yelvlngton.Mrs. In his fall crops. Silted' writers have colUborat-' ...il _
lrounh.person at\ the wheel is a knowledgeable! and rrsrw ) ed. "Wo High! Ground" the
O. D. Dobeon. a pastPresident
.lhl. driver and citizen. of the A '
story -Isumb was a
will Install the
officers. They are: Mrs. JaneWhidden new ..t supptlment 'in the Readers Digest TJSHBtJT 41
C ''WINTER/LEAGUES,/' HAVE"INDED president: Mrs. Joee- ,tirst in 1560 but this is their .o
'You Bowl ph Minoughan. first Vic pres- Rummage .Sale novel. Mr. Knebels column -' 8' .
can .d.nt; Mrs. AI Urldges, second "Potomac fever la carried .
Saturday \ r:
NOW e, Any':Nioh' You vice president; Mrs. Tom The women of the Preshy. In In more this than country' ninety newspapers ; .: i J?

e Chooto ,..V"kl4P7.c6rdln secretary; ', .. J'i
Mrs. Freeman
Urs. Frank Rumsey. treasurer; Wrian Church will havfc a presented Mrs. '
'You''Iwoy.. Welcome at Bowl-Land And Mrs. Grace Smith, corres- ,Rummage sale Saturday June Rupert Smith who gave a at 'ati. ODQO';:; :

pending secretary, ''Members at .. '"' splendid review of the book '
.t-Seven t Days In MaTh_ -
of the Executive Coot-
large I
T heand 'sale will start at 9 son. cP
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1 ''Short Term 'Summer BOWL-LAND mitten are. : Mrs. Glenn tbereele'Mre. will be held In the Masuola& bunk. about Is a very controversial \. ....... ", ., II_ .' ...1-
i ; Rupert Smith; and ne a military conspiracy
; ..L.ogu.s,, or* ,now kU. t. 17. nth 1 i Mrs. Brute 0.",.. Temple North Monru Av... to take over the United! .
forming. For-- odditARCADIA This will be i the President's neat dour to the Presbyterian State- by an Inner political
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11 -.ii i in 1"- '11'\ pl'y, returned home,. Friday: "llQH" : :' "' -
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.r Homecoming at
.. from Ws Palm:! Beach where mi.fist..Htn l2,' {, ', flIll I | \Jt'
: ,. ...I :" they had spent the past three t ,I
,_ \ weeks where Alma Murphyunderwent Unl M' 1[ 11)01. Union Bdptist SP'dnsdr.
Faith was the theme of the Tables were .otjrcd: w.lh
a aye surgery. at green vines and modes: of dif- Church June 14All SmorgasbordAnd
Annual Breakfast given
far nt vocations and
.:/,. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Colemanleft Watson lull Sunday morning floral! A a xroen. members former members that is enough said foreveryone I REAL ESTATESee
centerpiece large: po -
Tuesday morning for their who attended the last
and visitors
May :31. at 8:00: ajn. by U.e tei with two silhouettes of are cordially
home !in Hawkinsville. Georgia invited to attend Homecoming one three or four weeks ago Us For
Young People Department for .en"'I': looking through a trtangh /
following a two weeks visit service at Union Baptist The Ladleor the Elks are
of the baptfat .tr Faith In God Self
the Seniors Good
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rum- Chinch. sponsoring their second Smorgasbord I Buys 4
Church who are graduating and Vocation was placed moprominent
sey. and other friends. They 't.. place in the I'.t. ..i. Because of other conflicts: for Saturday night HOMES

,Father Ronald K. Brohamer where she will: visit for fiveor spent one week at Ft. Myers _.._-4-- :Mrs Ellsworth Kcct wcl- Homecoming has been set up June 13. with serving starting and .
:.,arrives to weak with hr brother, Beech while here. for the second Sunday In June
to-day. six
Thursday conned 'guests to the Breakfast at '7:00 and lasting until BUILDING SITES
Wilson which will be June 14. p.m.
Mr. and Dirs. John
serve; as pastor of St. Paul's Lovick Holts aadorf. Her Mi' Keen is Supt. ofthe GROVES ACREAGE
Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth 9 The invitedto
accompanied: by. their niece! The Reverend A. R. Tatum :OO p nv public is
Catholic Church Monroe and friend Ann and Rob RoMllard Keen and son Kayo visited in Misse* Virginia and Bi1lyAnn'ment.Young Armmciew people's a Depart teacher will bring the morning mes attend. LEWIS AMBLER 0
Whldden. lie here from of Sarasota : their Laurel Miss with Mr. and Mis.
came are spending Johnston of Quluhon Ga. were In Department gave the sage. More details will follow in
It-: Lauderdale. Father Este- vacation in Mexico City and Gambrell and Miss LaVerne Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. In\ >>cationOK Following the morning worship next: week's paper" I Realtor far 80 Yaara
G. Nabell Gambrell parents and sisterof Willard Williams. I hour dinner will be served Associate
ban Soy. who has been will be there while l\-hw. Coach John Gambrell. Miss FOOD FOR THE FUTURE
serving St. Paul's for several is there. The Breakfast menu was as and singing and fellowship
Gambrell received her assoc- newly HUGH M. MARTIN
,year*. goes from hereto Cape from Jones Lawrence Roberts, follows: together in the afternoon.The I
of Arts degree
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l Corral" near Ft. Myers. Mr. and' Mrs. Harold Stewart Junior College. in El- elected Representative from Set'retary's" Sipping OrangeJUKI pastor Revwrvnrt J. D. B'1' C
daughters Linda and Tina, County Hardee County was a business *. I to South D.Soto AvenuePhone
licvllle. Miss on May 21. TheGambreU's Put tin invites to join v
.Mrs.. W.'B. Miller spent from of Wau, chula spent the weekend visited In Arcadia visitor in Arcadia Tuesday.( Newsman Mush grits; everyone cost WA .-1501XN
have low
:Friday until Sunday afternoon a(* guest of Mr. and Mrs. -\ Lawyers Love bacon; with the members and make I
times. Mr Gam-
Tampa visiting with her son. Danny Bbersole, and son. Doug.\ has many been quite ill for Mrs. Lura Hatcher ,.of Entel'n..tors Dose. eggs: this day a happy, occasion for I
\ ., Mr..: and Mrs. Julian Miller.. months.Mr. prise. Ala. was Monday Bakers Dread Blueberry all. I
,.. i .ijSh went over .to attend theM Mrs.: Wayne Sanborn. children the past several guest of Mr. and Mr*.:Wlllard muffin:

I M Golden Anniversary of her Rhonda, Randy and Russell and Mrs. Carl F Mor- Williams. Nurse's Nurture Butter I
, Mr. and Mr S. W. from Wednesday .
friends spent jellies; lr-
have. returned from Cleveland. : AN
I;< Shaw, who spent the Fourthof until Friday of last week visiting row two Mr. and Mr*. Ellis Sanders., Stewardess Brew -coffee, juice
Ohio spending
July holidays with the Mil- ; with her grandmother with Mr.1oIorrow' children Terry. Randy and anil milk OGBA3STOS1
weeks there visiting I
r tt l z;here last year. Mrs. Miller Mrs. May Gould. Kevin arrived Thursday of last Vocational Glimpses were .
old .
94 mother.
was one of the Floating heart .l.-- Mrs. Elizabeth year Morrow other week from Robinson. ,ilL for given" by LaDane Sorrel on S : ..rat.r .1
tesses, and served at the Punchbowl Mrs. Brutfw Davis spent the a visit. with Mrs. Sanders father Journalism, by Kay Nell Zlg- 1
j .during_ it h e reception weekend in Ft. Myers visiting relatives> and friends. Frank rinkbiner. lar Medical, by Phyllis Seymour You ran vocation on a budget ,. in Floe 3 '

3 h uu. More than 200 friends with Mrs. Dorothy Hutehins. of Mr. Mack Commercial, by FredBurtsrher. a y id..'. mod exclusive retort ... where million.
at4mded., Friends Bryan Mrs. Mary llendry went to Armed Forces, and t atre* ratorl during the inter
:" tl' Mrs. Naomi Duke returned will be sorry in to hear the Sarasota that he Winter Haven the first of last Mrs Keen and Mr. Robert t' : C I And tummer it much more/fun
U a patient
; Mrs. 'Mather Crice. daughter home Monday morning from Hospital. Mrs Mack Is remainIng week to keep the house open SorrelU, Faith .I s Here Is your special Florida 'Fdays
Patricia, and a niece. Betty Bartow where she had spentsince in Sarasota to visit him for her daughter Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs Aubrey O'Pry sung -'a r !: Summer Package Plant
Ann Albritton Visited the Wednesday of last week whenever she can. lie enteredthe Howard Green and baby while Prayer Is key to heaven but .t Plus all of these wonderful and

I home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. with her granddaughters. Linda Hospital for an exploratory they are on vacation. faith unlocks the door', accompanied : .' a e' "onua extras" 6 n htlg
Roberts Saturday May 30. Later Lisa and Lee. while their tak- by Foylee! Carr. 'w and
1 examination! and is now FKKR: : transportation only
;- Mrs. Roberts and daughter. parents Dr. and Mrs. William ing extensive tests and treat- James Waldron. accompanied Mrs William Hill secretary )ruinm cruise .It.,...
with Mrs. Duke attended Optometrist by his mother. Mrs. Martha In the "
Nancy along an ments. Young People's Department FRt:.: ..""rhot"* cocktail party $3300
Crlc* and girls; motored to meeting in Jacksonville. Waldron. spent Tuesday of last presented gifts to theweek .....
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1 VREE: Aoal rrai..re.nd i for
Bradenton where they secured receivedhis in Lakeland seniors from the churih.Heverend .ou/.lol !......n ri5a!
living quarters for Patricia Friend of Mis Juanita 1 lolling Richard Mlgliore ] Sheppard Bryan ((1lnt' .,a.i.cr.tadte, '**
Associate Arts Degree : -rhil.tr** unittr l' .Ai_ salts,niwsl. .
and. Nancy who are enrolled ?worth will be glad to David McSheehan of Monchurch pastor pronounced the
... .,
College -
from Jones County Junior ing room / parvnlaluntlfti use 1 DIG IS (C''IfWMKK )
f>r the summer semester in know that she U rapfcUy recovering Miss. May roe. N. C. is visiting relativeshere. Benediction ?.i ( to two).
In Elllsville. on
|Manatee Junior College. Betty from recent surgeryon He Is a Wlnn'Dixie store Twenty guests attended the '%,,'r
21: lie was unable to be thereto 1'LITH THKHK: tnVRLOUS: IIOTKL: rACILtTIKS .
will be. Joining the her and will soon beOSW.lvg manager in Monroe Breakfast. .
\ young aye c ii _.. ...
receive the Degree In person > M p.i..t..r..e.el **-TTiiA-1- kiiks.*"* **sow :
In September for the aq1 aAN t 01 *iqHospit The seniors sat In a nos.r,1Mrs. _i-i ...... I. I'k.L.rkl N. ..-...-. N.hl'+ ', _efs.tss ..-jtruTvifal
at the college.innle ?i und )- Mississippi + 1st. asw N. _... .-. r.r.M... N. Msi kid la --.
there, and transferred to morning for a few
of her son, Mr and Mrs J N morning worship service Theydays ._... .Jyt.|>W sad Twin .Lw1M k.M M -7 s1sl
Ilea.... Nabell left to- Hollng-: rthMl : the last semester and visit In Winter Haven v"e.re their graduation caps and .............................................................
Thursday, from Tampa. was taking examinations at the with Mrs. Mary Hendry. who gowns They are Mary\. llurtsrher r.rsasaesh.s.. ..... __ aa5045 tail Nbe Mob. n. t.sNrNNI5, \
Is spending a couple of weeks Deverly Carroll. Bever
plane, for :Mexico City :a c AL :a ',' d, Susie Mur1 time of graduation exercises T/ .. .i se -.
there In the home of her daub Kllen. Judy NUrrrr. [)iris ..u..u.,. .
from Jones._ ghter. M r s. Howard Green. Murkier Mable Mercer Sheila .......
I f Logan
ORRIED NERVOUSI r They plan to drive up to Coker. Curl: Lyons Joey Co- .A' r,4.--... .star.
Mrs.Arcadia David Saturday Garden from returnedto New Oklawaha to visit Mr. Wile ker David Bailey Tommy Cox I ,. g.1301 /,'.".... ciao .1vdy1

Over Change.-of-I-Ife? York where she spent the past I !liam PlatL and Colleen. Womack. .. .
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two weeks with her husband.
: Ease your mind. Get welcome relief Trooper David Carden. who

): with special women's medicine/ la on duty at the World's Fair.:
*STAMItMtO trod
1 : do-taka a special woman's Her daughters Kaye and Lisa -- "uY WITH t 10101 AOCOClU: ,
'(! medicine-Lydla E. PlnkhamVegetable remained here with their .

Compound -developed grandparent. Mr. and Mr.. B4cGc1 .ij)
I D n't dread those seemingly by a woman specially to C L. Carden. Monday, M r s.Carden Summer
endless years of misery and help' women by relieving such and daughters returned Specials
discomfort, of sudden hot functionally caused female o'
:flushes waves of weakness and distress. to their home In Ft. Lau-

I irritability. There ia a special: In doctors'tests woman after derdale.
III 'woman's medicine which: can woman :found that Pinkham's I
M rf lieva those heat waves,weakness Compound gave dramatic help Bobby Hayes of Jacksonville SMALL THAT Will MIIF YOUBIATTHfHfAT
nervousness, ao to all this without' costly shots.C spent last weekend visiting WESTIMGHOUSE

enjoy life again. So tt.t01i Irritability ia soothed hot with his parents Mr. and Mrs. ,. ,. .,. APPLIANCES .:FANS ,. ..
anfaffection subside sit andate
j") can oMoas ba< flashes So dont .
Dave He stopped by
wife and mother. brood and feel unable to helpyourself. Hayes. .
Lakeland and brought Jot r.. 5e. this Peneus Notlenolly AdvertisedLine
If you are going through the You fan feel l better.
I change, don't despair. Do aaceaatleaa Get gent!J. Lydia K. Pinkham Hayes sister Mrs. Pearl Cre- af Small Electrical' Appliance '

thousands of women Vegetable Compound today. fan down with him for the
N lust .ail w..$...hw.N -
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i ..' :f.4 t .... Hair Dryer .... $1f.SriMLL t t.s .a.. D...1.. J.I'_ .,1 .S 'I"'I .S
t ft 1 VIAl set '-- ........ I ,
GUARANTEE .Sara-r- .it-' r 0- yes---"' 5

10% Dawn Deliver I .: 050UATINO fJ

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Dry tre.i _, ft.fi (i II .., Mi.'V. ...T
s..... Mar ? .?.,. $11.9 4 ,
beautiful .
Chrysleris .
This big 2 Slice ...*- M >${I 2.'S tea..t 1 ,

I' less than .' t.tfE! )IJ 4 ..". Teeer w f lt.Pertalaser ... > == ==- '= ,i. 11 .

priced ?.?.? $14.9S ,. Mw ....... .....
HeW Dryer MMM $1L.S / ..... ...... ........ '

t $7 a month more than you'd pay He-4 MLsar _. $IJ. +S .Ite c.e.S ..

> $29'5

.. .' for a Ford or Chevrolet* Horse ......_ $11.91 P GUAJANIJI.YlAa .wtt..I.2J.W.+.#

Deeeierie.... $la..S 20" Triple-Air I,.... Box fan

I We're comparing prices on a Chrysler Newport. Ford Waffle Men ,.a. $21.9S a p- upt" ...S

'Galaxies SOO, and Chevy Impala. AU 4-door sedans. AH 'd. t&-," .. ./ I ,... ever tfce/ Saia fr ::-=.. ipse.::: .

comparably equipped The difference is less than $7 .."_. G tie 814'.. =: Ntea:';'; -= $22" t

month! + L pOsO -
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r We're talking about a beautiful big 18-foot. 2-ton .. :.=- see --

Quy le*. With a 361-cubicjinch V-8 engine. Power a I L S! a aa) lou.A..aOCITJTAHD rasa

steering. Power brakes. Automatic transmission. Radio. ''f' ... ..... .. ... frejaW aojaaw
r,'. to tr* $795
.. Heater. The works! ..... .... ..... ..21.115ac

Comein, We'll quote you a.pnce youTl go for. And

bundle for car to boot.
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. PHONES WA e.8801 OR WA V-881t FINANCIAL 1.
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3 .. Classified: 9 cent per word.Minimum charge $1X0.Display FOR SALE -bearer'6% necoUabTeCorporate Bonds. HELP WANTED -Announcement i..wTHf.UU: : t*T IM LO'UOAMOTIC. "ANb'tOR I A WIIO TO CALLDIRECTORY

e Advertising In classified 'section $120 per Bethel Baptist Church. Call I Is hereby mad that" in""cMAMc'ia.Yof I COCO
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the Civil Service Board of the o
.. column Inch. Minimum size .ccrpted-won. Inch. WA 93241. I LN/ce is r.ereby What lES- :
City of Sarasota will bold a LIC AVANT. C-, Clrcu.. Courtof
:; '. All classified, cash ''with ''brde Unless 'Advertiser .36. 37, 38, 39-p Police Entrance Examination jSaSeto.J. County. V.for.I..... will. ontna ;

:s has established account with The'Arcadian.'Deadline : 'MISCELLANEOUSFOR On June 30, 1964. Applications o'clock.en.A. M.Y of at-.tuna the,Wa 1944.t Front. ot. It.OO Door .._ .1' 4

toe examination b. ( tttejthtiofa),County auj* ttouDaSotv **
wllj, accepted J"i
'. for 'Classified Ads Wednesday: k.ill: SALE: until County' in ... City of Areoctta. u
.. : ft' :OO. pjn.. June rtorfaa. of for far and tall OF DeSOTO COUNTY
1904. at pl-c.:+iicrr to tna tMgnrat and
9 Classified set In eight point type. Average 48 words .I 10* best blddar .for coH. ttia fallowmadaMrlbod _. ._. ... r
salary -
Inch. roR:SALE AiK.C.: registered praoarty _ted in OaSotoCounty
is' per $4,310.00 Annually '1Qr.'CJ.Ida,.. : Now Thru SALES arfcl SERVICE aJ
Beagle puppies for sale. I f R'
.. Box number charge 25 cents: extra. II replies' to 10 weeks old. Joe Washington After six months sails* /!.:.,, A.teale. 3:! August 6

:I be mailed. 50! cents. I factory: service -h Sole 'ty.ioJo.' occordw.Qto en 1
Rt. 1. Dox 503, Punta Gorda in Plot 8:10'Matinees
t'r= Nightly
; $4,529.00 Annually 5.0 CIA intna >
c '. Card of Thanks charged at classified.. ntee.t '. .. i'la. After one year service offlco of tna Clark. of Circuit Advertising 'Form 'Equipment'IMTtftrJAYioMAl
38. 37-p Court Of DeSoro County !
94,610.00 Annually Florida.purouant. 2:00 P. M.WEDNESDAY.
II to .... final decree of fora- p.
j USED. AUTO PARTS Generators AU applicants must be 21 years '
tn m
cIN.eM.Nd cot pending
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'REAL -ESTATE FOR' RENT .tatten. tires, 'tubes, of age and not over 33 -yearsof en N.wvp.rj kesa1. alaslsn. .deo1Mi Tnx'k*..d9 jaw,
wteaaw ant Te Unit MvCanpIck, :Toet.q..0 fffrmtla
transmissions. SaVe at time of appointment o
FOR SALE engines on age 0'coAlo,0t.en.1 SATURDAYDally 207-20* Wart Oak '-. P"- *. WA .akm...., ....u.. ..Y_ l..aa>
auto parts.; Also used cars and Good health Is required; vision PtamtiffCHANtCS S-SSvl.' Moot ..... sad. 9.o. c--: 'rrofs
FOR RENT Cottage for rent and ....Me d sa05. wt, Lora
trucks. 'BOND USED AUTO 20/30 without ; j
utilities furnished. Call glasses, 20/20 ... 'KXKRISON and M.Por ..._. 221 Wd ark =
!. )Real' Estate OpportunityCAN PARTS 1 mile South of Arcadia with glasses) ; minimum 'height rDA'MAl HAl'" ''SOH. ni,* wife. I "'- W.I_ 0-=101. ,
tTA 84301 after five call WAaWi
YOU'SKIJL7 i on U.S. 17. Phone WA for Policeman 3 ft. 8 Ins. Application dockat Dafandonttand n.nbof ....Ich M numVVIT I I Double Air Conditioning ,

,., ; 8-4381. blanks be ob p.y l C I
business may
full-time 1-2
Your own } U'
36 -tfeFOR : I h arid and ffla official
'Real Estate: right .in this area. r 30-tfc tained In the personnel Office aal I of.Mid Court this. 2nd day of "' RacesQulnlelas 'Furniture 'Stores

National company, 'established 'RENT ...: Newly decor.ated Room 9, City Hall. J"'lt 1964. z CCNfMAL_.. _ILICTHIC.. ... -Seam. Air. Cao ,
FOR SALE -'Ue.d Oae Rtnli.In .3'Ue '- li-V'Nli.sok. of thaCircurr eet ....... by _di.M.M.Fr .
n 'on 1900. largest In its field. / a room furnished apartment 39. : County Z Each NN Sfsa. II Wort 0.1.. wF'cdL.tPL'fl
Good 'Condition. DeSoto f iado.Sf I IIn '_. Ptoae ..w..12....
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write ) Traln- for 'rent. Adults only.
Unlicensed? us.
10'' ( WAlnut HAVE OPENING For two ( Race 'M__ 'fin bblp. ; sl
'Ing and 'Instruction given In $23 00 per mcjnth. Phone WA'. Gas Company. Pttone :,Lt'Albf.e 'tnttrrl,,aar N.a IWM P..... ao> aosy tam.. Aoawt ..
91441: 8- &oI. 81-tfts (2) men or Women to 'sr. "' 1, MMJa.*.nMvM 1_. it wore
all phase. of your oper.ton8"rum t vice Fuller 'Brush customers In .RAL Pt/ 'STimrltc: L'adlea Admitted Free Awnings Ovk 1_'. r-. WAumt ,a7lai.foe. .

Start to SLlece.: ,All advertising . .. .d"ucl: FOR SALE Brand, new '''SO .Attomav-. far rtamtiff3OS I '
-" .n u'" I DeSoto County Dealers Thursday /IOMPUINI3NINGS _wsfcwirafea for
.. all signs forms; RENTlIou. caUbr_, 18 shot Army" 'style now making 990 and ''better Toin0a. J.-, : n 'Central ,....... *. --a" ir
FOR completely AirConditionIno. .. .
are'furnished. Nationwide Juna-4. |9 4rnyriCt .O'T.CT-u--A..W. ea .tomatoa -... .... s..nt.d f.w.k.. .
supplies 'furnished. 'Adults 'only.: .utomatlc''rill.. $77.77.' Tins- 'every 'week. For particulars( I- Valet' Parking .....--. W_;, .... .._. _. A. WN.kMy's ..... "............. .otarat'Prescriptions
advertising brings'Buyersfrom ley's reed Store. 8. Orange at TO CTIPfTOmuadariranad -.. for w Y.dowt. or ....... 0.1.f.
No Pet.. WA 'S-7801. Write'- P. O. 'Box 708, Sarasotaor C ... '
1 ''Everywhere. t3ah yu Notlc. .N hN.by" a..rthat .... C-ow. "Tor ar200 -. Aof A
32-Uc W. Magnolia Street. WA Phone'924.1422. los opootntod tW Bradenten Road vii tr>k. ../* V/aa 0.* E6ssf.
qualify, You must have Initiative 3201. 18-1 'w excellent-character'bond- Two bedroom the a.lota of Kannattt C. Sokar da.
soe..d.All haw., craditort: laaataa.*.
able), sales ability be financially 'house\ 1 'block from school TOR SALE Hunter wheel d.."'_..*. and all attiar -.....* t
responslble.'Comnflaion- tt Turn ''balancing machine, J o h'n : WANTED Kovmq ckxnw or damondt ooolmtottota 1 Bottled Gas .
InqUIre -Weekleyli
I volume opportunity ,for mesh, tur. Beam wheel alignment machine I' IATELY work iMMW-1 I .sod..- ilrom oro'in harcby duc> : notifiod to tn.Covnty.Judaa to. ACC .ATUY e.;......**.!: .....
woman couple or team That 1 33-Uc Boat Motor and trailer doing simple sewing. 'f OaSoto c County at hwoffko -.-.. o arla eoo baa rn>l srP.NM. -
:at the Court Hou.j Arcadia. < DmStara lOt-laS
'II Can Sell.. Write today for Information. -* C.3 wrecker on 10 ton truck ply materials and pay Florida. prop arty. sworn. to within. tifocrt HEAD- DCSINI'cult.A' iwtwral'eMvto ...,J W. Oak :..... fbaoo WA S-saSI.
-STROUTREALTY.!: FOR RENTElldency. 'apartiWlt. Electric mimeograph machineand both ways. Good rate of pay. a nclrfr -mT1 ', GinoAa d.Ns.ry.*.. S.*tM Co.s,Word ist. ..mmm.. N....Os fra1.pf.I.M.s '..

J. E- Mann :Area ,Supervisor, Ib ''V 3 ...r month. 'Larferirnvnt Weaver Air-Compressor Piece work. Apply Dept. ,AW THIS NOY":' .. Q'0 .TIItS FOR N 0.5.- mmm Can .** r.,SPainting
C be 'seen 64. Box 7010. .Adelaide Post claim d.mond too In vs.. ..*.'. FIM OtotnbMtav..aoe
1222 E.Colonial'' Drive. 'Orlan ; -furnished $45.Pdott.'WA"b373 6O 'gsllon tank.: (Can .or muit.. Wai Oak ....... Ph.mm WA4101. '
writing and rfKMt tot tho ofv..0.v. .
do, ria. : or IndtilreBO << In operation) All items" are In Office, Toronto 'Ontar, Can Nil post .,*ttc. ,,P,... Of THE WEST'SPIN

: ':t ; f.m.. 'n'_ I 'N. 'Mw'nroe., .1 't'ondltlon.' FRANK tLJNETnJlC'rOR : ada. I tow'ctaMnont and must 1 ba worn toby
; *t o ctowmont. nta Kotfornoy ESTI
ooant. or
: '. 36.3637; : 31-p SERVICE. 8-' or tna torn will bacons Building ;'Materials '

CLASSItrtD 6UIM.AV"FOR 'FOR .RKNT: -EfHclency: .apartments 34. 33. .'6, 37-p I va d .agar un: tow.on fburtdoy... May, FAMOUS I THE Of..05 ABCADIAN.:........... _.0i:LN.r..a..d.wobt. --

2" .H Q.el\ta"\ is ........ reo- "A .......
or NA.1 ..ea ... ............ for construction! work- fOR BALE Refrigerator ..I'Io.. .,N .Bahar '
......... N.N.. ;..wdaIR "Yn.'B W /t'
.. .. WA "7"1| mirror. 'chair- and stool for $8. Aliened Radio 'and T.V.36'C m 1twrt"aMMMAmn .
w. l .2.
34. 3$,,3k. 37-c Vacuum cleaner, electric 'heat Rcbdy-'Mixed CdntrateltADvMtnrti
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P e0 '
er. 18 North Osceola. WA 9- ,5a.5161Tan.po ,.
FOR RENT New vellaele 4. rCoaroa ....Ida -
: 0' M:. ... V.cantr1menb._ Downtown : W. McDowallAnorfwy Dolomite :.. : CONCa1Tt
PM IN 33-tfc :2 additional wattrweeneeded. e......
, Summer rates. Air" conditioned. : Arc_ Bulldlna ,- Il0 .a ....* atfcar
; Experience necessary. SulpHur Sew_ c...*.. SMMto,. .5..s1.1635s
BALE DeSoto Apartments 30S FOR SALE 8 windmill withtowft' Mr. McSheehan pine ........ .......- '
: 1.:& and X bed. Apply Tone 4. rionda A.e. WAS.. 1-3e1.
rot ...... .
and complete. eN..a.of.
W, Oak St. 2tf cylinder 3S-36-a7.: Ys
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Point Drive-In. .. .
i room trailers. $3893 I and up. 055 dlttnbwfl.4 wsN. Cara N..%

New Many aw..d used to choose VhR 'aNT-"Iaft': ed: a pert- '1111.00.'Ca.ll. WA 9-4391. 39-c '3 9-tfc ",IN 1kt 'to..IT O. TNI COUNTY '.-...'..,.Morklo or W., ..1--.. ,,............ w"'..., "

from. Best ott.r for your trade- menu..Private bath. Couples .... JU'".' OOOTO COUNTY no.a.... TV Sales' & 'Serried
in. Barkleys Mobil. Homes, only 2 blbcks'from dowtiUrwn.All FOR BALE -82 model Chevy 1k,'SSI JITTATIror: : .

Highway 17 N. Phone PR :3- All utaitle>rmsb.ed. .pot .Panel 1 'tonv Very low mlle- Card Of Thanks .ANMIf I.":KIMSALL.. Drugs 1DONALDIOWS

3241, Wauchula. ria. month.VhOrie1' "ATA i lTM' or' ige-tVCdllcnfcdndltlon. See to TO ALL CufDfTOM AND .sdtd N.Iij.f. .ifte. f_
II.Ua WA 9-2331. 24-Uc appreciate.& Lloyd Glover 808 HAVIM CLAIM O* OfMANDS r for Ads d T.v 5. t.. ae.ae.
Li.. .
.519 .d .
W. EfTIe. Bach of Gym. CARD 'or rANKS 6ur Too oocH. COMMITS. .... to de
end a you ore horaby .fi.e./ .. ...... H. s ttyI.,Cott. Motto.
CtAtSliKO 'OltrtAY FOR RENT 2 Bedroom furmbhed 38-p r.cenl4 loss leaves us Poo,'.... end rwutrad: *o pracanr any 1 ......... P-N..Hkl..t .......- ::. .1 1,,., N.IId s.splsN 1I V.-
house. Adults only.Contact toward :'clok.U brad eomonda which yoo .oro ---.... A,-, ..... Stew ..s,410t05a., tor d.p..d.5ao d. or
with grateful hearts *ior mt yaw may hava aoo5t tHa WA_ -..... .15At ..... .sn05. ....... 4.
73 .East Oak' : Btrfet.111c. FOR First BALE calfJersey V Family Heifers.Cow neighbor and friends, '* Id to 'Otto to ,-e N ssd Anma County.. Kifnball, t. .F K.d.County 1 _. _. . c::.........054, ..n bi.k,; sp a e."r ..

the nursing. 'staff of 'ArcetJHrOeneral ''Jvooe lit OaMo County. Hot Ida, at TV.. .i. :
losf 0.4 { ., 'iul'155 .
5 Acre Troctsa Priced reasonable. Contact E. Hoepital and Dr h. off_ In .... court ......a ot 4o.dry 5- N. To.
FOR RENT Furnished apart- W. Palmatler. Gilchrlst 1to d.' :: at D.S.,. Arcadia, florkto ExterminatorsTftOFlCAL
.Mllas Wset et'Xreetfla' ;Just. -trMft1"II'.' floor. Suitable for Klrkpatrlck for their \mtlrlntf ff dia colondar. mootna from t>Mja
Phon. WA 9-4341. t_ nor tir.t oublwotion. of Mm
.ff en 70. Cew r.r... e> "a 10 one.person ''of couple. Inquire 43SoeAn..D efforts. Their comforting: expressions _IC.._Two cepni et oocH claim ar
will atways t>e re Awn be end stesutao TCKJMITI.' :COMTtOl. ..
Acre \''It.- Small.. eewipayment 202. S. Hittsboroufh.. lore ot tawaanfa and .w : Tran'spoitof-seiVr .
pod .
, pep ', I membered. i. Soul --- p. A .. rt.lWA
ae-ua addras* of .na c_. and .. .
...11PiAvTACTN wow. AN di.. rbtd.. Pico..
sMoeUent'tartWe. .nelenc. Ii.* Family of : _u 1M __. to by tna doimanr* 'IIIIY"UMA BOOTS ...21... .
nan.y c--.t
.. Dtt. AY'RAVILY Mrs. Edith Simmons by e itiima f4' f o of ono 'rdet illvt5' oW e' *
l' Tienv. 3p uctt claMt or damond notes fatal 'IOYm/ THE ACS.rSaV. T ,: 2V; :

swv. 's .... .....-. bar ..half be'w0i4. ....-. J. 1.A 0.a S.....
Turner Realty Go. MIOINQ- IO_ TS.dw Ibe ......... steel ICLAAA,A s odmlrtMtratHM.STftrCKLANO of tt>a r.,, BEST I'YWS Electric Appliances WA t..t ....... J. w.! .......

11 N.'.reward .Avw MO'WIRS' sea. ; ; =-'f -..II.. d.dewdANNn.y .
LTGAL'NOtICE j.5H .Il/w ,
it 111. ..... eas T : t.
WA .8401 The dr.vet;. CM'It MGmOUND ) .AII. e4 ceM.ANY ..... for Ad.wwtrba 50 OF GINERAL'ILICTIC: -..-...,. M......
-P00515 ..A..Nt.M 155 5-/H IJj e May '14.11.15' J_ 4. 11. ,I$4 '-. 1_. II Wss 0... --'.
: s..5L..sLam 955. WAk..5 51251.Office .
*QUIr MINT Oe.I 1. 'IN 'Nt ciecvrr duff' o. TMftfTH HAKBCRMTEDQuALm1 Tree Service .

I TORS SALE rurnUhed _, ..J. ..._ .10501A, ANfar 0110' SINUS -- !
'Ideal .. .. FOR BALI: 38 foot trailer. COUNTY'bOac.ANCIT Supplies SUNC04ST Tall''
modern bedrodrn: 1Iorr\i \' stavica ...
ly located trtockl Soutii' of '' Mae 1028 foot Jalousled uSil.e,1.ilWALJ Custom Mode --. ww'a'..... --.;,
tigrrra8 aIPtAY1A140 ............:..
Court: House, tbr'site.'It, f sees 'cabana and large lot. Call WA .:. Got quick .... f S.lb.kt .
For Your Footcomfort .,
"M I rot All You. 0 Ki s.6: .o
on Palmetto '1U,..,. Quick AbU < NQ 8.8228- OMta$. law a. to a..la. *.. Ao.dl. ONM avnto.SU-ttllS lie WM l--y: = Eeb=:-; .

.a desired. Mike Pooekf'-Administrator gar LNi.r+b/ t 32. 33. 34. 39-c *g.'f'iN015Cr: mS Bade ........""eriIoC o.* 1..... rtMM w AIM*VIM.. ox ..1151.N. v..... IM....
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Q1 Yf U, .Av.- 1+ as 1. aaq.afo.rrO .,
..... Mo. TOt MUKItk .. SOMf V, 13 A"_ -
,183.403 FOR BALK: Fresh picked el -.. .. &....
Countv .
nue, Arcadle- ria.WANTEDrTO dra Craican, Stockyard
nl'\J.-1\ s5- ..r: blackberries Gallon van St. Ilk.lay. Inetond.You N.e.e.
t ,. ..3tfcF : I- XfS aro Xa..by nanfiad the, .
M ; Events
t 3 mUee Cast of Arcadia on
CamcMatnt See. Ofvonja Feed Coming
I ; BUY 10 ,tO ....,* f'- .'.... 7.d-u. Drown Road at Reuben Keen m--:.. -SoSirM.n. '.: :.. WAio, & Supply .
r w Circus; Court
. 20 acres of land areund Ar-. .. ., home.. Brine container. T.nANh'' Juimiei 'CVVuit M' 1010 Cattleman Rd.
.dUI.Will r...:.1s and tor atria County atAr
cash. Write
pay 33 34
s/Ptlt. 33. 35pCCAUIfUS
BI.tAY ea.a, Pl...,.... _.... c.e-.c. ARcfDIA'D"UQ STORC. Sarasota Florida COMPILED BY THE OESOTO .
rile 890. c/o.. Th..ft.dl., .K*. I I4.3VI ae.d; yl+ -5-ere h.LOr : D.*.'. Ave ; ::
Box 870 aj-Ja |7a .-. OftKAt' .1. k wrr. .Iye.I Am.N .: -
, Ark >) 34 tit L1PPINCOTTELECTRIC. ) : 9M..Mne .. :;. CM O.M' .h ,. -:. .=- ____ -J COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCETHURSOAV '
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ail ej*>C.y'.T. FARM FRtHvQITARLEI r es -
: =-- -...:::. .. [ ... JUNK 4 J>;
o' .. .... C...... c ::. JOHNSON'S TUtt SERVICE FH.IU.. Llbr.Vy: Vleur.. NAv t. YSdF, Ill '
-or* ..... .... TOMATOt* ,1e .. lo' n : Library' Bwlldltra
LAST :CHANCEJust ar e.j *. r. b w C.r ,M ::=- Acv' 4 KI....,. Club. .)0 P. M
K |-..*.. eoH axoaiiMesMUfttle =:.: ; .. r tow 3.d DeSete Ro.t ur.. '
a beautiful building 4V t.t iMef>e1et, '' .1AILsATANS** S s.A D, 1.6-4. I'fit_-_ 55.5-.. w ; Tree Demotsetf RemoVed Feeding. Eastern Star .:-00 P. M.. Maeenle Temple. ,tar

lots 1,1With ark Trcea.Outside I .Masi- VI I .= -soots I"Ir tw r 'eat ar Trees Trimmed Tree ,Surgery Cobeling Odd Fellew.. L.....; 8.-OO P. H.. Fraternal. T.rrpf.. fWI

City',I Um ls.SUS .- 'Art" ''' t '- = .. N ........ A".fft_*. aOO P. M Cewrtty Court *4''
TIllS NOW W \ D04C AT4U OetOt'tO; Alioa*.. Firewood Howee.. Y
M acre. to.ttea.n.,to k "" -= .tow Ei.Lk..p,tap.u show the rw o. tn* |$r,"1 day. of May, A, 0. Licensed aitd Insured .... ..'a Iewtllse .(Ver.hint1 tsqu. 8:1a p. ..** ... L.Jrf
sr ..
-l results of Blue Lawt "
recular Free Cheat
X-Ray", June 11'". tOM ..
,ear old ,ftTrorev" "bl two i-It.11'ctrwAN: : t1.w.iR.M 1AO and 2:00 .. a::00 *>
,. Rent electric
I spot cleaning
tram. hovses: with 3O acreein :. hutla.ri.Mfrtaf hampooer tl.OO. Arcadia Mua ;.... c-- ALL WORK GUARANTEED .. KO.IK C"." Mere
pasture., Only fSJ.OOO .. .PITZMIhtl)1Pll .. .. "L
Ic-Furnlture. Store Dnw y ,11Ift C.atral Florida FRIDAY. JUNK 8 ..

Two FOR Bedroom HINT House '. ,ilHN'tARKER: : 3e .\ .. 0.- Jteute 1. Box 3OS Serving Arcadia Phone) WA ...242 >.,ne Ul.rary' Metre. 13O: I. ta0 P. M_ Llbri 7 Ben d.,4iB.

uo M.. %- Yevth Actlvlttee.' 7oq: P. M, Vevtrt CenterArsadla
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THE ARCADrANC Arcadia Florida. June 4 19C4 GAistii11ii
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a t The Board of Public Instruct. will b.,; Jir...:'LpUiJ*'lM biltton. 'ticipatMg In this.,session. Instructors > warnilltf'f): \ F.rtVU l' U>HV.noT*o TMlbw distribute:

for DeSoto County will Mrs. Marian Martin and Mrs. are Mrs. Neiraa Stone on pages 15 and 1 I''> aID offer a program of ftC"aUonal ''Betty Crockett .
activities Mr Heward 4>orbc*. Mr. Jar- which is ulrea Iv:' 'II i t th>> news stands.. calling for
Arts and Crafts for students a ,N1
ks beginning with regisUen enrolled in grades six through ret Thget3 eanaad.Mr,Charles 1 I dissolving the t PURIS, in methyl alcohol and drinking -

on Friday. June '19, twelve will be centered at the Weaver This group will be tht resultant concoction for hallucinogenic

1. and ending on Friday Industrial Arts building De assisted by advanced swimming eft vets.

ly 31. 196.. according to Soto County High School. students from ,among volun- ". Ir. Lurriuk staid that methyl alcohol commonly -

rles Weaver program di- Leathercraft. painting wood teers. Arty tenth eleventh or known as wood alcohol i.s u very poisonous substance -

tor and metal working, and other twelfth grade student at De the first effect of which is usually blind-
It Is hoped that parents of crafts will be Instructed by :Soto County High School desiring ness. lie said that small quantities of wood alcoholare
>ta attendingNocatee.. Mr. Carl 'Oradshaw. to assist is requested to
of death.
Wnorlal. West Elementary Sports and Games will J>e call the school and indicate capable causing.
Ogden ,or DeSoto County held at the physical education their des *"* participate as an ''''he deadly directions on pages 15 and 16 state

School will remembertbe building DeSoto County High instructor, or to contact Mr that The ink used l in printing.. this issue has been

registration that will begin School and will offer many Charles'Weaver.The mixed with henylphlonNtmyl-2-benzoate.| a very
Vt 9:19 aa. m.. Friday. June 19. activities including gymnastics 'schedule for the program powerful hnllucinotren Dissolve any two lunges in
wUl be held In the audi basketball and Softball table& will be June 19. i.64. methyl alcohol and drink the result '
shun at 'DeSoto County High tennis, volley ball golf and (registration oiuyl with activities I' '
"Doujjlas Allen Kditor; of the Hruce-Koyal Pub-
SchooL Although childrenmay other games where sufficient .being; conducted each Mon
ishinir C > >., when iiueritil. th FDA stated
.. Join the activities later. Interest will Justify Inclusionin day through Friday from JuneT21964 ri by c ,
planning for the various the program. Mr. .Bob,Mar through! July 31. )9.... that the instructions were! intended na a joke."

activities will be facilitated by tin. 'Mr. John 'Gambrell and except for :ZMonday. July 8. CLASS GRADUATI-iSs-. mbers row (<'rankt'n.'o01b, Bryan Gamma It it important. that this information be widely

M registering on the day ressswed Mr. -Ben Flthburne ,will supervise which bas been scheduled as a of Mrs. J. ,U, Pierre's kindergarten ;re, till IUvls, D.tviil Dees. Joan publicized t in thin urea.

for that purpose.KaVA these activities. ,holiday as many ,parents have. class will graduate tomorrow MemberS'Of CoUinuhatn: I>el>ni Kobertsotu; .Stephanie W. I. IIatcher
well rounded Is 'Water activities will be centered 'Indicated a desire for an OP- .
( program
include back l'
'the class ; row Dyke runt row Vulery! Martin -
;vTjBmvities" Ing offered are as being the following providedlMMfK.th transportatien at, Forbes provided Pool from with .portunity for a _long July 4th Ceonre Cavas. Bert Daly* J'''" \Vlud Charlie IInrfi nn. I.lbhy tail Turner County Agent t. IK'Soto County.

The Jim Gerry "'"Muml.-o IVniu Tim Tiivsloy, Mac\ Mark
school board. Arts and the physical education build' eligibility requirement den. Halts Alartin.
iSt rifts. Including finger and Ing at the high school to and Is' that students have attended Davis. Mike Harrintftoru Miildle Itrvtt. l.anoe Palmer

ter painting handicrafts from the pool. -The morning school during the 1963- '
ding and rhythmic activl- session will be. ,devoted to instruction 1984 term or be entering the r- 1
This is for those students in swimming, ,with first grade when school opens Many Pensions Still Unclaimed

grades one through five and three hourly sessions being In:tht :fall of J964. Those too Hews From :Pine Level .ST 1'KTIHSIIUHO.: Special' anti orphans It is no longer

U be conducted at the Went held. These will start at--8:30.: ; young to, enter school this fall Melvin T Dixon, Directorof nereiMtiry for the. veteran to
a lunchroom. Instructors 9:30; and 10JO each morning. cannot be. accepted. ,tho Department of Veterans -
Busses will,_leave the school.at ,Registration 'for students at- have had a service connected

8:15: ; 8.13; ;. and 1O-15: respectively t- lending Smith-Brown School MRS. T E. 'MrZELLE 1h, Cousin, all of Miami, were the weekend with 1ind than Affairs three stated utter today the more law .Usability
'iano Recital : so students -will arriveat ;will be held on June 19. at the ,Bill JlolUngsworlh. Clear- r.ng'' an the community Sat- Mrs George Cunningham Sat- ,waa passed, many widows and Tea pt.nIl'Urranp fiat
cafeteria at the Smith-Drown $::%.OO( i to $tli),nrt monthly for
,the pool for scheduled Instruction. .
watery..pent oaie'day last week Ul urtlay Mr and Mrs. W. E. orphans of World War II land
The afternoon sesaiut School. The activities for widow. For each: ("hUt!. $I50O
unday Atrs. visiting his parents.and grand Iktyvr drove to Mi\ Thompson und Miss Elvis the Korean conflict veteran
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will be devoted to sessionsfor these students,wilt all be con' per month Is added The pen
Mr. and Mrs.' B. W: an I \V "lm-clay, whets he wasa Wuthrlih of Tampa \ are unaware nf their eligibility -
lMcSwa i n's swimmers only;and participants ducted at the school under the parents apf'nthe to pension to the Veterans Ion for orphans Is $35.00
will be' required to pats direction of personnel from the 'Holllngsworth. Jr. and-Si": business, visitor till' Frklay day along with their mother.Mrs. administration.nefore monthly Thu benefit may be

M r .. Gordon II. McSwain the swimming test before par- faculty: The Home DemonstrationClub lit. "visdtN.1, hi.u'jtllt'r' Mrs.. Arrenlu ,WuthrUh. with July. I, HMO. widow puyable to the veteran's child"

d .Mrs. 'Calvin Martin pre- met In regular monthly F K: llurrta, Mr. Hurdiaon the {Cunninghams, anti' all had and children of Worltl' War II or cMI,"..n. even though the

nted 'their piano students in session last "Tuesday evening, and sons Mark aril Kerry in tllnnvr toKether.IU or Korean conflict velrruu were widow u .nut entitled iii the
'Mrs. ZMna' 'Keen, acting pension because she
Joint recital Sunday after- with J"' iudvrUale., <<. while here >brrt llarrlvon. Clyde llolliittfawoith entitled to pensions only If the remarried
Chairman. After nag saint J K llulluuiswurth made abuiinvu aril Shelby llolllngawwrth deceased veteran hud serviceeunrA or her Income or net' worthe"t..1 )
May 31. at four o'clock News from "Ft. ) a
n. Ogden and creed. Mrs. Keen proceeded certain: limits.
trip to I't Myers last attended the Citrus cir' 't the home of Mrs. McSwain with a very gouU |>rur Thur .
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"day.Mi InsUtute held Wednesday antiThursday time t>f his death beginning on
East Magnolia Street. with nearly all the club participating. nut exceed $I 11100 yearlyfor
Appearing on the program MRS. VERA COLLINSA last Friday evening.t*the-homeof Mrs. Dawsey, had were Sunday supper guests. of und Mrs Jack ,Waters. (.'.na,... provided pension a wlilow and $3OOO annually -
ere: Vacation Bible! school la Mrs. Russel Ilelnae. which 'sttgcesttons end eometenta on Mi. and Mrs. l.,iwiviicv tuikvrIn Jack Jr, and Mrs Larry Lynnof tar the widows and orphans of fur a widow with a
Debbie Scott ?Polonslse"by the subjects for the month. After child or ,children The income
planned to begin June 8th at everyone enjoyed very much. ruitville. Mean City spent Friday night these veterans. un rapist beads
Chopin; Refreshments were served to which punch cookies' and Mi. and Mrs. Barney llulIIIIK with the Turn Mlell. then 'With the pensions granted 'U Until fur orphans U $IIOU yearly -
Linda ,demons, "Sonatina"7c the Baptist Church beginningeach brownies were served by Mrs. exclusive of earned Inctxne.
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guests.Mr. >worth and Mrs M trlannebrllrrs "ntQ Auburndale for Saturday World War 1 veterans wltluwsLakrlantl.
Clement; morning at 8:30: and closing and Mrs.. Russel IleUue Marianne Sellers and Mrs. drove' to Kuraanta Sunday with friends. Their car The pension Is paid If thedeceamnl
'Jean t'ln" '. Got theIThele at 11 o'clock. All childrenare left Saturday alto sprsvd .the,, JlittUe Mutel.v.I Mr.. Outler afternoon and vUltotf. Mrs. had to be left In the hop : veteran was dlseharge -
World His Hands" invited to -attend. for this meeting -- -- --- ---- -- l under conditions
summer months In Ilirming- was present JuuniUt llolltnuiworth In Siraaotu there, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. other than
[ Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mrs. Florence Wilson and father dishonorable and had .
Spiritual; Visiting ham. Michigan.Mrs. llunp'tal. where she hud Missile. visiting In Winter lla- VO days
*olAa Chris "Atrlean. Safari" Williams during the weekend Caste, Youmans of Naples W. II. M ...r, of Mulberry eye surgery laat week Then vrn. brmicht them here fur were Sunday guests of service, or was discharged
[by Behr; were: Mr. and Mrs. Art Williams is vialuac her: sister Mrs were' ,weekend guests of they continued on to ISr..I.-. their things: and they returntxl of her sister, Mrs. Dlllle Un- saner. far a service connecteddisability.
Debbie Fagan "Musettas and son ,Jim of Jupiter; Mabel youmans and Mr. You- Mrs. Oralee Lay ton. and all.. .ton, where. they visited< l Mr home that night James .had to tlcfwuud. and Mia Eva |It.t we If you have any
alta" by Puccini; Mr. Frank Lee of Peace River man. attended,.the 3th.Sunday. Singing sail Mrs Gilbert Lavender mist return hi lilY I.,. lleach fur 1I..n.Mr, question.| contact heft Close
Suaan Yams "Intrada" by Blights and Mr. and Mrs. Donald. Self brought his brother Convention, both Saturdaynight family wiMk Sunday The Watersl had and Mrs. John DvUuiche local' County Veteran ServiceOfficer
feybringht; Norman Watkins. LaVaughn Self to Mr. and 'Sunday In Myakka I ,and son Steve, of Tampa, were or write to DUon at
Mr anti Mrs. Dan Hug-gs and! none fur the weekend
Tracy Scott. "Emperor's Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wat- City. Weekend" guests of her n.... I". t). flux 1437. Si. a Petersburg.
and Mrs. W. W. Westberryslast ..
") Danny of Ruskin gent Mr and Mrs. J.; C Unye of
."*alt*" by Straur and "Lon- kins have Just returned frorn Friday" ,_lght. Mr. and JUr. and.Mrs. Merritt HelmOf -- ther Mrs. Eloise: I'age.M flu
Idonberry Air". Folk Song; Alabama, where they visitedhis Mrs. Donald .Weatbel'f7 thenwent '' Oneco. spent Wednwllay -- -
I Dennis and Doug Christ father who Is ill. 10 5erasota and 'return at her ranch. .and 'they. 'had

(Duet "Coming 'Round the Ronald Neade U also a mem- ed to Mr. and,Mrs,,Westberrysftn .dinner! .with Mr. and Mrs. Robert -
(Mountain". Southern Mountain ber of the graduating class at Saturday. 1. Harrison.'Mr / .

C': DeSoto High school this year. 'Others vlatling\Mr and Mrs. : and -Mr. .Htthard Jonetf FORDVACATION
"'Dennis Christ "Parade of Congratulations Ronald. W" ;W .Weetberry' on SuMdaywerei. and two children, Myakka City, ii'

He Toy Soldiers", by Jessell; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins :. Me. and, ,Mrs. F .dW.stWrry' had super And spent the went "' .,. .. ; .
j Madeline Schmlerer. Waltz Lesley and Tracy of Clearwater with. Mr, '
-x>Tsmps; Mr. and lag' Friday nd.jMrs _." '" .. '" I "
In+A, Mlnoe- by Schubert.. and spent the weekend wi... UV.OaKi:>>i nether tGUIC JeseeKersry. Mrt"-aiflil Mrs. i. "
FCouranta" by Handel; Mr. and Mr. Leslie Collins him back to Gainesville Sunday Harold Ully .ot.Sarasota apcnt, 1
Katy Stephens "Sonatina and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Col- evening, where he plans to ,Sunday with her" parents,. aril
T Beethoven; lins. enter the ''a.oesiUal..n.: Unoaay .Shoe .wmt to the woods omlhad '

Kathy Kelly "Scarf Dance" Mr. and Mrs. Merle Water, 'of UUs,week"and undergo *ufgery a picnic.Mr : +i : ;
Chsmlnade; Cheryl Tyreed atonald. Barbara Msrlyn*** Tuesday on his shtAiIoer a* itusfe Oelnea, Miami :i'
Linda demons Duet- of Fort Meade spent '
Carolyn -which ''war( Injured tin /a car''""wfnrs. >ames and Andrew I
J argo" by Handel; the weekend with Rev and wt rk. jQreen. ,Mrs.I Maud ,JJrook ,'and :
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(And Cheryl Tyree "Tara'a Mrs. Jessie Ollbreath. "'" --. -
Rteme" by Steiner. Rev. and Mrs. Ollbreath. Mr. i rAN M
I:The large living room and and Mrs. Merle Waters am, 41 I

yea were attractive with ar- family Wanda Collins Sylvk.Lanier. /. ", .."
angements of mixed spring Linda Croy and Mrs

conclusion of the fishing plcniciag
At the : Englewood .
am. pupils and guest and enjoying a days outing.. I
(were Invited Into the dining Mrs. Julia Zirconey and Mrs AIR CONDITIONERDESIGNED'5WyUlK iT i
for refreshments. The Roland Shaser of San Scud
bl. was covered with an 1m- spent Tuesday afternoon visiting .
teen* .end 11oth., Mrs Iva 'Crowen.. tt
[with appointments of sliver. Mrs. Iva Crouch. Mr. ant
i A low bowl of spring flowers ,.Mrs. Larry Crouch and children
f graced the center of the table. were In Ft. Myers' .Jasi T OP Bf DHOOJV1S. t

\- The hostesses served the 36guests Thursday. tMr. ,
chicken salad sandwiches and ....... ,Larry Crci II

ambrosia punch. petit and Jdr '....s'Uru 3errySaaln .
fours and nuts. del ,were at Palm bland Dead fNfcRAL ) tLECTRlC

last Saturday evening.A .
basket lunch was served
last Sunday at I the Baptist All? .
Church There was plenty of ,
delicious food and everyone led C.e u.ass-isiaie.er tts.ndal t
enleyed the fellowship. eW tiasw a.e' .er r saasq r
Mr. and Mrs. Orten Lanier .
and Mr .end .Mrs.-na Ywt.LJa i

'Mr. and Mrs. II. R- (Sonny pier of Arcadia spent Sunday rf I 'THIS VACATION GET 'AWAY FROM a ..L. E
Duncan :3009 East HawthorneRd In Sarasota visiting Mr. scary; r ,
GslnesrUle. announce the, Mrs. oJhn Lanier and family. -
birth of a >418.......... Dewise ,Mr, J. L. McWUIlamsTxmpa a' OLD CAR WORRIES..TRADE'EM J M

Marie on Saturday. May 23. la visiting his daugh :. IN' ON A NEW TOTAL PERFORMER 1'-
and j
John Lanier family
at, the Alacnua: Hospital. The Mrs.

o. ..yyung.lady' weighed only 3 Ibs.3H Lanier [ "' 'FROM FORD. HURRY Iff AND SAVE :,:
,es, but she Is getting a- .A nrass a: recital wins beat;
las n.... Mrs. Duncan will be i AT OUR VACATION ,SELUNG SPREE p'Our

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remembered the d ,'.
Sandy Jettctns. rIfRA '64 s era the hottest selling fOlds r"s"
in history And wo.'r. keeping'em hot :rsm.
THOSC HOBRIO/ .. 5 *ith. recof d.high trade Allowance* on t..

f r..r. tI..bm .. top of' our low, ioN Ford pf kev'Wrth -'
i COOLJNO .;eMgr wilMjm sd ty r ku the widest choice in the Industry .

tt t+ '- 'em 46 modolv' n' 5 i"ne -w-aVe sure to ea

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>li-A; -- mE ARCADIAN Arcadia FlorIda, Thursday, June :C. 19M .N.. .

_jjmnmuiiiTiiiiiHiuH' >N'INH TTH ".'" 1" .B'G'T' LEN1: :a
Destroys : t| ? : :' '' ; sDJ i tli.SctEor S OW';.b't-rsTKc- .
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t: II'' I-* *, '4' I.i'I t Oldtfmer, Mystery Picture r 1' : oat 8ques : ': iJ a n ell;Ii jn> ''VEfl.Y' MONDAY I

(Continued: from page 1-A) I The next meeting for the NIGHT :I' .
bustlon in the dirty laundry is 1 World War I Veterans is set
possible but not probable The mystery man for this week is sitting an Be ClosedDeSoto for, 8 p.m. June I I.at the bar- ; DONT MISS IT .. .:::.
Most likely it (the fire) was old fashioned buggy, and at the time of the picture MRS. JUANITA SMINLIVffc Hunting racks on North DeSoto Avenue ....'
i was about 19) years old. lie was born October All W. W. I Veteransare
started by one of the old Irons 30, 1890 and came to Arcadia at the age of seven Funeral services: were held urged to be present at the
which has a tendency to heat with his family.He Tuesday' June 2. bar Mrs. meeting, and are Invited to
up beyond a safe degree" was married to Juanlta Shinliver 48, of 705 Couti y'Cohlmigilon- hunting In DeSoto County for visit the barracks at any time iBU I
Tuesday In ,a caJI session the foreseeable future, and
The Dr said there has been ers v Last meeting was held May
a Tampa girl in 1913, Northeast Oak Street, who died : '
unanimously went ,on record WHEREAS this would be a 14
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two other fires in the laundrybut and they have no liv- May 31 at Sarasota Memorial ,with a resolution as 'being great detriment to thlsf County', It was well according attended a by report several ,
neither was listed as serious ing children. Ills hob- Hospital following a brief ill against the 1954f5,- hunting and I
visitors from out of town.
by was' fishing and ness. season set by the lOame and WHEREAS It is the unanimous William Frampton conducted Starts Friday
Dr. Oge said there was Cresol hunting but now he r is J.F"b 'l Yrnl" 3 Fresh Water Fish Commission' opinion of this Board that the the meeting In the absence oft Showing thru Mon.
and other fluids in the spends most of his iA"a 1 L ws.(for thisSgitst5IMSgi':Y- hunting rules and refftilattijsg jCtutldy Sloan.Refreshments.
building where the fire started I time tinkering' around ( ; r1ia7slil1iWo.!: 1 : :. ,The .rSOl. tl..n';:read La*. follows that were In effect in>DeSoto .IACKILr
Jln iam.n R JII served
As firemen fought section home" and in. his txjrn': New : ..:* .* ** CotfhCrMuring,' the, '1969 and were GLEBSONSMduEEHSummertime 6
after section of the roof Would u 0l6w tucky, July 2O, 1917. She was amember'bf'the R'KSOLUTI-! 1904 season, and for the last by the ladies of the auxiliary.
garden. '
fall forcing them to retreat. sl Bifotlst tCfJren1. -WHERBAS,.\. I if has been several years were beneficial:
It was not until the big Arca- you can She is survived by her mo- brought to. the attention, of, the: to the turkey and deer in De
dia truck arrived .''that the mystery man write ther, Mr*. Mary White o6.Haz DeSoto County'. Board..of Cbmmlssioners Soto County, and aUOwed for
blaze was brought under control his name and yours and Ky.; her husband 'Janes, that'the- GAME? and an Increase in game 'and for RADIATORCLEANING
I on a postal card and and two daughters Barbara FRESH WATER FISH \cc: al!+[- Increased and better hunting .
Dr. Adair reported that 75 mail to The Arcadian.If and Catherine alt of Arcadia. ;. MISSION\of: St te,of ndr- in DeSoto County
I percent of the building was your card is chosen brother. Edward' White, ''and ida IntendsVto',allow'a fulltand NOW THEREFORE BE IT nflC
destroyed and 95 percent of and is right you will sister Madge White, of Hazard -,open season ohvturkey'and detV' RESOLVED that the Board of TES. AI.rpGil'tit
the equipment. Plans for a receive a three mon Kentucky. j, during the 10S4gandl9e5 hunt ; County Commissioners,, df De. and
new laundry are being drawnup ths subscription to Services were from the North Ing) season, and,, Soto County disapproves of the C
and funds for constructionhave Hillsborough Baptist Church 'WHEREAS is' the 'unanimous -' action of' the GAME. and
already been' appropriated the paper. with the Rev. Vernon Flegle opinion; of ''this: 'Board) FRESH WATER FISH 'COMMISSION REPAIRINGGUARANTEED r *.se sns's "
by the legislature. The superintendent FINAL CLUE officiating, and Interment was that the turkey population of of the State of Florida -. PLUS -
said the architect In Oak''' Ridge Cemetery DeSoto County., Florida. is:not and respectfully urges I the
I has been notified to rush completion Pallbearers were Gene Brsn- sufficient to warrant; )full and Commission to rescind its actIon Liw iPci
of the plans and get He likes all pets. and has a bird non. Oliver Lynch Jerry Randall open seaapn and that,the deer in this regard and to.continue 1- t AUDIS RPHY}
I bids on the construction as Over thirty-two years old; A. D. Mlchat.: Art St.Johns population' or DeSoto, County', In full force and effect WORK
I soon as possible.Arrangements It talks to him incessantly.And and W. Mesaer. ,Robsrts- Florida is\ not' sufficient to the same hunting rules' and
I, are being com- is colored green and gold:' Grady Funeral Home was' In warrant the'. opening. of any, regulations regarding deer' and &.
pleted with the Sunniland charge of arrangements. 'season, and"WHEREAS turkey in DeSoto County. Florida Pick Up and Delivery .....
Training School a state institution :. it .Is.further the during the 1904 and 1905 fwtrnlta'..... 'F-.e-+rnadre'
in Ft. Myers, to do 'HARDY MOBLtY opinion of this Board that If season as were in effect.during MEYERRADIATOR "
the hospital laundry until the Funeral service welt held the action of .the GAME and the 1903 and;1904 season.
new building ls> completed. Talent Show Lcvsky Joins here Wednesday June 9fnttr 'FRESH WATER' FtSft! "_COM, Done and ordered this. 2nd SERVICE Fun ::
"We will not be dismissingany Hardy Mobley. life. Jong"(,resident ,MISSION i Ie ,carried! out, it day of June 1964. :Shows .Beginning 5 II I
of our laundry employees" Winners ToldIn Smith Agency of Arcadia, who suffocated ,,would be ;damaging'i ''to' the H. D. Garner PHONE 'VVA9-1341 FRIDAY. June 12th Z
,Adair said. "We plan to drive in a fire in his home on wildlife ;:of DeSoto County. Chairman. '
them to the Ft. Myers school Morris. II Levsky', 121 N. May 21.Mobley. .:l'Iorlda.1d! would cjuite 'likely ATTEST: :Matryd W. Tyree" 1 Block North of Fr. With 6 'R C' 3
every evening to let them the special talent show Monroe Ave.. Arcadia is now 58, was born here,, *. destroy,';turkey: and""deer. Secretary. Oak Ridge. Cemetery Bottle .Caps, = r
operate that laundry for an last Thursday night to selecta associated: with Rupert Smith June 23, 1900 and had workedfor i t *-- -> 3t 'u fXa<:.::JT' ------ -- -- '- -- ;1!'_
eight hour shift and then bring first place winner over all Agency Inc.. Real Estate. many years as a citrus' lab' . ,
them back to Arcadia the talent shows to date. Tlra New -
Levsky Is a native of orer. Apparent cause of .death ..
Adair expressed his apprecIation mie Taylor of Myakka City York but moved to Tampa and was suffocation when he .wentto '. t
and showered a great was chosen as the winner over then to Arcadia In 195O.: >> He sleep with a> burning cigarette t ,. :-
deal of praise on the efficiency a group of 12 excellent contestants : was employed as a grove foreman In his hand. What.. '. t ; after
of the Arcadia Fire Depart- for some time before attending He Is survived by his !mother .
ment. Their efforts were instrumental Cliff Bailey manager of the real estate School and Mrs. Elizabeth Summer-
in keeping twp 10.- DeSoto Theatre announced today pasting the examination for a alls one brother Lewis Mob- : e
000 gallon fuel tanks next to that there would be a broker salesman. icy of Miami. and three I sis GRADUATION
the building out of danger. special show about every four The past 10 years Levskyhas ters. Mrs. Sallle Hester Miami; : ? -

There ''were also two large weeks to select' an overall been ''n the real estate business Mrs. Ella Carrol of Detroit. 1 .,. .. -,, ., t .
ammonia tanks that were saved winner. and has gained a great and Mrs. Ollle Stewart of Ar, \ :..\ ..
They were in the unde- In the talent show Monday many friends by his work. cadia. .;.' ,I ". ..f.." .. "
atroyed end of the building night all winners were sing The Rupert Smith Agency. Services were from the' Ho- Travel? ; o
The efforts of the DeSoto ers. Eugenia Urannon won first has been best known as an barts-Grady Funeral Horne with : (iJ t<

County: Sheriff's deportment place. Donna Mooney second Insurance agency' for several I the Rev. .J. 'J. Martini officiating. '
were also praised by Dr. Adair. place and Tlncle Meeks took years and will continue to Interment was,'In Joshua
During the day 30 people third place. handle Insurance. The Real Creek Cemetery 'l ?; \ Marriage? .
t work In the laundry Including As an extra added attraction Estate business Is an additionto t Pallbearers were'' L.wis.Ille + I .
nine patients on occupational for the audience the Rusty the firm.Annual. wart.. R. V.Griffin I ,'and'JackieTwist. } '
therapy. Gamer Hand made the a guest nobarts-ar.dytrUDer-: ('l|Whatev.r; r\thoughts, of the future are buzz- ,, .

appearance on program. Parade rangements.al Home was lit charge pi ar i i.T, ?,or rid\unde'ryour'Mortor: Board,:chances t .

i cjreveacn,;\wtlhrequire. I money. 4 ,
Plans Started
Gold Golf Shoes ,MRS*UEVI tUMMERALLSbin. : iMatter/aftfoct, just about'anything you'll set ""
Plans being formed
are now Summeralls ;
Levi! lie
for the annual July fourth Tuesday. n. oifttQ| : dog' in,yPor;uture will require a. sound F;
77, passed away
Tourney PrizeThe Parade It was .announced recently 2.' 1944 while picking peas )*'a ,financial; \ :>'background. Doing business with 7 '

According) by I.awrena.,;to Newton Newton.every neighbor's home 10'the.Pine)!'' D S6lo.'.Npi; '6nalJ: will help you acquire that
winner of a handicap f
now under business place ranch and organization Level section. 1.: 00<:.:1'(:g rou ...< I 8
golf tournament born in- Donaldson-
Is urged to have a She was
way at the Arcadia Oolf course decorated. entry In the parade. yule Georgia. AuaTust 25.JIM*. :pcSofp ';.rtattopal I can provide you with anyservicevyxjuirribyr
1 will be wearing! a pair of The exact line-up will U anT has lived In the Hicks t uire. Loans, for example, sxCori
I 14 karat gold finish shoes announced at a later date.Parade Ford section for the pa"(, M
with 24 karat gold plate committee members years. She was a member'
ON THE SPOT spikes. Include. M r.. Bill Fletcher the. Pine Level Baptist ChttrVh. orrrace.an' : ] ,;otheV,useful- item available. / ;'
According to Mrs. William Mrs. Hugh flushing Charles Survivors include ,her'-'Mta-!. ...... '. t
The driver without ad.. Hall golf course manager this ,week playtwa.n Hill. I red Grady Hugh Flanders band Levi I Summerslls 'Arwf- -t'1, f' JStar'tsyour: ; future on the right foot.StopjfrivoY ;
Monday Mrs. Walter \ "
quat Insurance !I. reslly Duly Norton and Law- dla;.two daughters
." and will continue: until Sunday V; : the' DeSoto National Bank ?
"th. .todriv.' rence Newton. Information may Summerall. of P.1md4.e, .i \, ,.
era IMMN4 with Attn.a..art June 21.Mrs be obtained from any of these and Mrs. Jessie. Kersey of Arcadia 1.. :, artdfec./ ;just" what services you'll be r
I : .::.g.ct/.claiw:; /: : ::: Hall extended to an Invitation people. ; two sons Johnson IprlSummeralls 'N..':%no6oVig.h-"Your: future deserves it. :r I
to spectators: come:
Sheriffs and Charles Weft- .. .
service whenever an accU Plans also call for the -. . -
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dent watch the contestants: perform. Summeralls. of Arc 4i. .," .
occur Safe drivers' Posse to direct the paradeas ley .: .\
A total a of 33 local I: -
t lower rates .lth Auto. men are 14 grandchildren and 7 crtigrandchlldren. I .. ,
Mlt. the tournament. In previous years. .
plus exclusive entered In : ti': 1 '
".p.a4- bun" service Number three, five and seven Funeral service will be held l''. .' .'. ".;"i '

greens are being rebuilton Citrus Growers Thursday. June 4. 1904 at 9.00 '. \. .. : .. '
the nine hole course, Mrs. p.m. from the Pine Level Baptist :

Hall would..hl.not but Interfere the construction with the Elect OfficersGrower Rev Church.Alex llendry and Rev.{, ,i :
: Bank
ra play. members of Florida Sidney Albrltton will officiate\ eSoto National
Y Citrus Mutual went to six. Interment will be In Sards > : "
different polling place In 30 e''
Cemetery Myakka City f fPallberaers t. .
MUSCULAR different counties last week to win be Robert -
RUPERTSMITH elect a new Board of Directors.In Harrison. Lynn'Harrison. Itst. ''MIM'E :JF11j: 'i.1 c. <
District Six of which De- OF ARCADIA
ACHES-PAINS ley Carlton Breddy llendry. '
AGENCYWA Soto County Is. a part. W. P. Woodrow Griffin and .Dow. ;F41,. ",System
Take PHUVO tablets when you (Dill) Cooper of Sarasota take Keene.Robarts. ," .
I.tltt WA fl>*)41It want temporary' relief from the seat held by H. D. Ryals >Grsdy Funeral home 0- ,'" .
t. Delete Ave. minor ache and pains and body of Ft. Ogden. District.. Six Is In charge of arrangements ,
stiffness often associated with composed: of Okeechobee. Highlands -I r.'II' -' a
Arthritis Lumbago Itheumatism.lUrkache Oursltta and- Glades, llendry. Collier

l Jn1tA CASUAlTtrf Painful Muscular .e"... Lose.these Monroe. "ard..; Charlotte,
tern. eewrMrr1CIH.VT Lee Sarasota and DeSoto. Notice
..,..... discomforts or your Elections In seven m 0 r e I t'
.money back. At all drug count counties In the Indian Liver

,,.nI..41la- Dr.... -<6 .. De.et new area will Board be assume!held June Its 2.duties The '., the pretty:

------- on June llth when It chooses A :ain't for sale at nI 's.
officers for the next It months.flepreeeeting ) gals : !r JY

District Six are RAWLINGS ., .- We use, 'em sotyou'll l reed.Softball :.
Albert Carlton of Wauchula.
.Robert Park and J. Cooper Barben of of Sarasota.Avon Gloir I our'ad '

from- i .

We Arc Now Located Arcadia Soldier I '
$5.95 to $17. 5 '
Finishes Course : i ro
Next t t .. .. r
to Koch's DrugsOn Pvt. Earl Patterson son .f SoffttMlls and .0....... too.1 Brest' AMQitmenf Lowest Pricn

Mr*. Claudia ra.terOS S In Town On AH
West Oak Street Orange a\"eftU/t. Arcadia' Fla. .
completed' an eight-week. radio BLUE GRASS ICE.: FISHING Equipment
STATE FARM relay and carrier operation .
ARCADIA course at the Army, Southeastern t t COME 'N SEE I '
INSURANCECOMPANY. Signal School. F.f t Water Gin Coolers CH: ISTS: '
ABSTRACT & TITLE Gordon. Oa, May .. Patterson '

I Inc. AGENCY entered and the completed> Army lat,bask December ewfc-,.II "J'.I 1:.ti.i g.lranis : :.. AN* t 5cyTOWai* fI%' .'a I .,Lcwn-_; Mower '

Pit" Bailer.PAMOU Aie.t bet training at fort Cordon.Oa .d,. with. P"St1Cf"t-' .Con\ aaJai--Vv__ten. ; ; ,Special; .
Disk Bradley. FreeJtfent .
Th Z3-ye.t-.<4 tidier .
Is a tNO graduate U OaAC'Mft17 lining $2.f5'eoch G.How' al.- Go.\.

ABSTRACT sad TITLe : IfiewmikeeKnewM C.r.fal IOHv.* High. School BarVsw $7.80 con witfc; powrInfj -

INSURANCE spout on4 :

Fee ValwelAU Budget MeetingSet S *.''1-1V'ft' S I.. e Utrto{ Brown Ghat._ oirTINSLEY'S' rO11t .

,, THC WHEN KflVICK VOU NEED YOU NEED IT* Geed Valve'.*la H.a"411 .-. By Bo rdTh $'.70 ,. c.e.....' ...-S.v. 'U.
-' Ltfejfcy tawraaeM1 Oevemina: Board .* the

SouUiwet DtatrMt nortda will Water hold Iifaaaswaeal Its- Ski FEED STORE :

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Our Father while we have the privilege of living

here may we fill each day with things most worthwhile.
Public BusinessBy
The Press And The
1 Help us to make thin world a better world because of

our living in it. In the name of Christ, our living Redeemer

THURMAN SENSINGIf partment. It has a passion for titutlo. whuh include massive T.v1 .OrrttrR Four TrM1 NKet a tUVrrv., : and Master.( Who taught us to pray. "Our
sweeping its \ .-,'ntmcnl of the American Acw'st a.c'v.rr w5waeo s u attx.trrty,oer. gaol '" e ..', k'i ia"t 'Sal.atrOemTat Father Who art in heaven"" Amen.
.otron Ar r.r To
the American bureaucracyhad ,
press was clearly revealed ;
scandals un tT LMrtAtO. TO A.tfear Tm..1 Ta'[f01af!
its way. the public would in a recent speech in Boston t10T.t1d, aa0wl11MfYfthiGi, aialt ltt> '

know nothing of government der its own by Assistant Secretary of ylwi a'ttltRtwlaatTat/JWtoaga3t1t R.viT IaetJaO AYCemart'aTJTJRC4 aw/. '\
activities save the Information rugs and generally State Robert J. Manning, head Jlro,1 5/ vl/orftl
released in publicity handouts. with* of the department's public affairs "

The funny business going on in t holding fronthe section. .
Washington would never come public in- "The press; he declared
to the attention of the voters formation that "wants to know a great deal
and tx payers.Nswhere! t s should be a- mOle than do the people in Rewrite By Afterward
U this attitude 9 vallable toan. whose name it acts. The freedom -

more clearly revealed than in of the! press to print with / ., Tde NTPt. whys TA.Yti
the case of the U.s. State DeSELFIMPOSED- The State Department's at- out fear of reprisal oars, ? t .r per Ill Ts'+ITtN+'vo)IaCAwaRD 7mvtCta.eT.
IN/aN (
if improperly. ur unwisely tionary system; she .Is Intercat-

used run contrary' to an equally t .. TtNto rAtsetO George Orwcll'n ."d in law and order and :anxious '
.. book 1984
I basic: part of the public ftCWOdxJJ to defend rvrself sganut -
1 has become an atirpted t las.slc, ", :
interest namely the ability of the onslaught of th revolution :-
the .
in western wot til The
'ic.! HANDICAP the government. to carry out rt .L Mhut"W.Nf.a...e11.M I/La hKal MiTM MtN h/ta phiu-tr llig' l1r..th"Var of the 'havenot na
the people's business of defending .
I r- b""IViite, "* and "Freedom Is tions."For
our interests abroad
Slavery' and the principle of this reason Khrushchev
and guarding the nation's security. "
IvJO "cluubl thmk" all apparent undMccwptttl seeks an understanding with
irs Ia/uyr TONOetCavo70LCMO aovts roceese MOVU UTW4KO MOVtS SMKWIWTHtHntcafTft r"r.rc'II"u( Com the United States, the endingof
This statement is an insult weTK ctr u.resTre fft:rcurTer r. munist' characters, propagantla 'the cold war, and world dis. .

4A to the intelligence of the -M'lo.eeratRlseeatMart.TSrarert' Rolfe TreeN **fOtt THC and practices have become armament. lie neither needs'

G American JX"uple.Vlto can be- : l _,____ 7R4.tptiTATKwe'5atTtr/gtj is HIWV nvrt*tosy bywords In our hinging IDS I nor wants war."
I IK vc. lor a"alllpeth..t- the activities IF Air To tt wort area,.
th aoava Le mrTCal ire 1h4 M."U IU has .served tu those who heeded fly way of giving my ''readers
oi Alter; HU. once a TIt.to
a sample of what Fromrrt
as a grim' warning againsta .
hifch of fit'MI tiC r the State Department -
/ t pN ItED ; projection: of current Communist means by such: terms as 'neu
C a' UNLIMW would eventuallyhave suweeMie twenty yettrshence tralisation., here .U what he
W c' L tICAT10 J JF been revealed by the department says: there are goodreasons

itself As for defending I' t a lit A planned. or totalitarian for believing that Cuba
w. 1 & U. S interests and thenation's i/_(f/..JOIIL.JCII.J.Jc'.J' society, If u book does not fit would: have joined" the neutltl -
. is mcivdible
.iuiity.: it -
had the United
of tho th)ught-snuld oC the rulers tamp
.. that u State Department It IS tau..,,",. We NU Communists States not Insisted. that she
- 01 it ml would have the boldness rewriting hlsttxry w- must remain In our sphere of

Mr tn nuiKo .Mj. -.li: an insertion The Value Of Small Businesses cry day. Here' In our country Interest . "
after it promoted the
- hone. tendentious! Journals lie adds that Castro's 'CUba
.. cuu c of Chinu's cwininuitliits which "Is by no means a Russian.
are streselng a cettaulImr
as 'agrarian foflner."" and 11 y HOOCH. BAUSONUabson prepared to work hard to make UntUiii .to buslnriit) r'r"tlitiofuf the early satellite.. and ".ven If Castro-

slTh accepted' Klvlcl. Castro as a lark Mass.. tSp go of their bu.inIn SMALJ. IILSINI.SSKS:: : tuao's'" are ntluring. everything type revolutions were to recur -

WiDAoS good demoo&t. The State Do- ial)) -- President Johnson port they need something Some: of tho urvaU oppor- f,11-m look .....v.0 obituaries In other 'LatinAmericancountries
p.irtment analysis: oC over- ,ore than moneyt'AItr.F'UL tuiu!lts u0rrslhuhe' 'lit
Hunting of 1.1.! week as SmauUusliivvt lu lit thw mold. they would no
OUT 6t.is problem has been shot Week reminds' me t. : PUANN1NO tho tt',\'i>-o lU'ltli., us itttiri ttut rewrite by afterward. Is, throat to the United States.

thiough with error If not point out tc my readers thv. Sad. to soy, each year many pvople: rely on oth<>rn tu du to ins at least a wholly nowpr.euce. Obviously' the conventional' J
worse<<, and only active press great Importance vf 'hiAI11- +niull businesses ventures ate their "churei" toe them' In oi .. I have before mo a and accepted meaning otUrorge
criticism has helped even more ment oi our' private' enterprise' Marled on a careless "pivin-. tie r to have extra tune ,fur re- paper.back' copy of Orwvll's Orwell's IWH4 doe not

; y e. tetilblo mistakts being made to the e-inminy! ihf-iky" plan by people Mho rroMtioit and' entertainment. I lu+H. It U .published. by the fit Dr. rrumm'a grand design.So .
s by policy planners.: SCOI'K: OK NATION'S lark business butkgrountt and/ This "explosion". In services' is New Amerlewa. I.ibrarv, of what does" h. do** He writesan
The truth .is that tho bureaucrats S IAII. COM"ANn1To" : ..r adequate capital More m IniMirtant shown l>y the fart limit employment New York, The book was origliMlly afterword to this domic

i want to retiAor the many |>- ple just naturally ( many get off on the In such field hasristn publl htl In l IV 30. but and spikes the meaning. .. the
facts and silence ('I'ltl.IaOof assume'. that all of the wrong. foot because the or- team 4.7 n.llli.in 'In III lit now something. new .has .beenuttdttl look by changing the wsrrf
tovmintlit. lUcy want .a piuuctivo truly signlilrunt( trends In man- initial planning overlooked ",'r. tu UJ mlllimi In IU'..J, a 7fl'' to Slats paperback edition hug against' Communism therein -
shield- muiiU their doiu ulutturmg, services. tend littou tan essential ctMisltlvrMUoiisuth gain ctHiiparrtl with only about an afterward by Dr.' to a warning against sue
CQ ? e' ,a. Iliti' only. newsmen- : they are' established by the big cor as market potential, .,ro- 2"'" fur total employ Irish! rrotnm. way of life.
vc liKtf, are pet newsmen.:' I..a'.un."he" are unaware per location coinpvlltlon. anti ment.Manufacturing. Dr. frMnm, the HermanpsythcMtwIyst Says Kromm: "We presentour
this, was" ably brought out of the' .great litrcea. that spring wiatiiig. fonts. Armed largelywith & nml retailing Is w man with society as being one' Of
curlier this. year when Clark from the little inuepcndeiits' or hope, these |wt ple, soon fields ales sifter good, i>|por- .M |urDMM. .<. Ills cement book tree InlUtlve, Individualism'
]{. Molltuholi one- of the beatinveallgatlve the Influences that stem from find their busiiieas flouiMlering. -. tunlties. The '|ultk's< pace .>f May Man Irevall* carries the and, Meat U.",. when In reality
THIS TIDE SHOULD Iti STK.MMKH: : & ..C'purte'n- them ifow many realica. for and their ttest egg dlsilpated. Change 'today alfi>rrts the smallmsnufaeturrr following tlfthe cover'"The these are mostly words ..

The rate of school dropouts has grown to alarming Washington, gave the annual enample, that there are an estimated .. a potent. weapon. only s luil"n (to the The reader will find many-el-
proportions. J Here( are tho hard facts!: William Allen White memorial 4.ft million small busiltessv My. atlvlre, therefore, &inthoae ta offset the sliif competition world problem) Dr.'runam her features ot our present
e More than one-third of the natlon's young people lecture at the University' of .* now opcrutliig in this plaiiiiing to establish a of the larger\ Irma III. flex- suggests.. .Is an ArnC'rln-Hf\v Western Society of Orwell's

quit school before completing: senior High School. Kansas.Mr. country If each sale of these. small" LunKit-ss.; tint lao sure itttliiy. ti.M..itrs hi mio> aaapl.ore l understanding. on the basis description In IOS4.. pruvuled
S Somo 7.5 million youths will drop out of school Mollenhoff rightly staled concerns Were tu take. on Just you have a sound plan anJ the ,. quahtyo ilidrtgM .in of the status mice couplet) with h. can overcome his own 'Uuu-!
that our furin of government employee. our unemployment requltite Chsractertstlcs. Ot in-. .demand. amt tu uti"" Hew thI1. l blethlnk."
during the next decade. one extra universal' controlled t disarmament.
"is contingent upon an would' .be practMMtUy illative courage and stUk- '1.... and |>*.s4u.Uui% Ierluat.1t II. fleas the nsuirH Than Dr. Fromm ends the
The grave economic consequence of failure to complete infurrneu public with the means .. ... .. .. .." ...lL .....1.... tear'.
In.diffi *iH dt.wet umi ralgk w- .,pyeena., bunt imupl.esnget .. ,....... satlon. *f many parts af the sMerwvrrl, with this sentence'efinnks
evident that it
'liigh Suet' power' nn acmSrvly. be help tram theBinail IluiIncas utMlerrlevelopeU wwrM underreglm. like Orwell's. ere po r*
.., cult 16 understand why youths Ignore it The doing and the right to crlt- retail. .. .......
>> so many overrated on the national Admlmstrallon In financing The IrtUe! s U "u ., whew panties I _*_..- erful. wsrnlng. and It would
that is three times higher. rise wnat the government- is vital. ..... With
fact in
unemployment among scene. and in management training our .MY. tsllnn ranges from that' of TI. be most. unfortunate If the
male school dropouts than among( high school 1 graduates doin,.** lie gave an accurate The government: by way of owl counseling service by some l.H milll'tn of Ihe na.tlon's In** YugoslavlM, in Nehru's In- rsader smugly' Interpreted I.! ...
should in and of itself convince: all youths cf tLo and alarming report on what Its Small Deadness' Administration rotetnment eeperts, hat me :2 mttliun, retailers. hay. dye.afir as another description of Slal-

folly of abandoning secondary schooling.: Hut it has Ihe federal bureaucracy Is doing .is encouraging tjualifietl warn however, that while the 'Ing fewer than four ....1'1..... Krantms, .thesis. In his Inlet. barbarism' and If .he does

not done HO. to create a" 'federal propaganda & people interested in startIng SIIA foresee a bright future .... awn .w..ri4. .. Is this' "The Mwski sal see that It means U'. too"
Since: the reasons behind dropouts are many and of fee. Ho told how their own ventures Let fur new business. ventures and lilO 1UKAJI Sl'HIHO rnOMMM _" Unless. Milder Khru.*ch.v'' I Cuw'. that for touble
varied believe that all segments of community life Secretary of Defense McNa- me emphsslce. however Ih..ttho .will render all p'..ible. help ALL rill MR 1..IId..hl. .Is a ronserviilivpsbite tMnKJngOrwell's warning?
we and civil mara has .Institute a "._te- :_ goiiitf into business .fu. .ltd responsible advice It tannut Many young folk are of .Use tt.""holl...'. liidutri.l lminiHierlMlisn (Copyright'. ': U. 9. Press Association
spearheaded by educational religion groupsvhould po"" directive to military officers themselves' must be able and gusiantee tti. suceesa whkh opinion that .they must have ,. nil> a revolu Washington D. C ]
join forces in a concerted attempt to stem the ""&.0 discourage circulation ......r..Uc1'1.* with good comes only from gtMid' plan slssfat. rsjpttai" or highly. .uee-
dropout tide. of the views of persons IslUed.. 'training "r a rich rU.
buslnesse sense They must be na".. sound- )Judgment, awl at-
I The youth of any community I ii one of its most valu- who uisent from 'the department live In order to start a businessof

able assets and it is vital that the young people have line." lie told of Mr. Mc- .their _... In my llfviime. 1t
every opportunity for successful, careers in occupationsof Namara's so-called economy' I have seen men' start PI'I wills' i oria ,mmertlliterr J

their choice. A wound! education is, by far the most who dissent. from the depart.ital. a .'..1 w... then with courage "" -
achieve I. press office for the $iO News and pars..fence, turn that I INow
first the road to rewarding : Desoto County
Important step on billion a year Defense Depart isles Into thriving ba..l,.....

men t. menu" : ; t-. The peace .sueceseful I ef these.h Was Pea Under Shell?
Another Important fact Of f By' ono Years ii.cc ....".... il'i|" not sprout ev..rnighl -
brought out .In his speech was I Orwr should be eonlent'
:Joo ZJa &uv.rnmcnt01 favoredicpururs L: 1.1 start. .In a sntall way camel|
t-JLnlt et..JJi'J Taken from. the files of : (hat 'the dust U all. be read upon ss a major mean
who would" parrot gradually" bulM up a 1MW
whatever U"T were told by the A..d''.... The DvHwto County -- ... .business. 'rasp I llowlHg passage of She of giving. the economy a4shut

imlnislrsuon Insiders. Mr. JewS and The Arcadia Cham........ 6M I If yoH ha..e .the harM....... t"-I KillMtn, fe.lrat pas cutting In .... .rm. The thinking/ that
Uy behind the
change in
MollenhoCf died the case of tics .t itigjusi. I Mffte. >...* Intake bill many peep). flrwt. ih m-
New Unknown Florida Otto Otepks, the Slate Department .- .. .__, !h --- ysssf' pum* tf' your .Ineiilbitnk settee worwiermg. If the pee course to Influence will the probably taw and continue spending .

security officer who flVary'- brikIM every Heat sfeinnl.' 10 l>e undsr the -
pollcMj of gt '%"nmen I.
was bounced from has Job f.r city In whMfc this. .em m Is cI warn realty it.) e. after< In this country since ......i ipresaion .>
Dy RUSSELL KAY tory fc-ts beck to the Ire age. being Uo vigilant. In tracking 55 Years Ago pylOstea ts lewatng for new "WP.n the late Ihaldenl.. days, scooornle tfl to the tune of the great beasts. down security risks 'In the yj ng; tueasils as .bmrowsr.. as K'' y .steep. l oilier, titan h.. hell, an InftUenllal. place
There hare been so Florma many the saber' tooth tiger. O emiaMy department "Mwre outrsfeawsthan .well.. .. 4ep. *<**U>r* Therefote, was HW UiouaM of a tax cut lit government. .uunc:.'". Hut

bucks written about' that .............. tke tIttn.d ,....- the state Department's first e.. year Iwcul. tank. anal l lhow .in the .wtort. If anything, 'just the mining' cf politics. with seunumlcs -
that it U hard to conceive her, and eXivwauras action. .he said "has been the The Commencement e sere Ises .- am...... Kale WhMden. InernCatlt .. then ihie ,''.ioiruNMle. >,'usl/ have beenmnlertpbttetl seldom Pf'Udue.It .. sguwl

aiune could find anything.new Our pnearhal pub iiulKenU- pre performance. Sonke. newsmen of DOu High Ihhuul were "'n. '-NydU. the UMnd my' entiorMfnmt. of .. ..all bus.IMTI since h>gher fe.l lral ,- sad U remains tam
to write abuut. particularly
> here accepted the State Department .U be .... .(,.n of a historical' nature.Just ale their etoffwe as schMuU" "l tu. b.jln rrW y dell. vf I I'wiwfwii, was be seen whefner In this instance ..
about the time you figure do the rings. ofh.. antteateypreas phitu*'f>tay that dissenters .. Deprt given by. Wdtae. Mrelta. > and there Is to be an sarspllon. -
U.., tree that Hewrvhedt like Otrpkai .h uM bea evening April a't'n. Use b lrviy snrte tress .Ihence. for ante again economic

could pueattrly that everything be. written. has ....*...... before. User bulls efCHr ...k...... awl. Cwri tnMi barred "..ta>t of Must aaMSted. by and Juliet bjr k*..*. ICy,,lt sod theory has* been a.. major >uabftcwilon .

Len wiKKrn, atoM pores *t. from the f* f Mr. Meltrnhttff the Deiautns.nt uf Cspisaea111 slush ........... for lepatitv..sti. ') |>xv

kotnebuiry. with a new stint or .ml pane U. that rl.eebConbetud ales chverntMnf the. .ImContinued was to give a recital In I heevening U,. ami M... Jotm If. T*_|. J Th. ka.. .lying behind. U-

new a..t*. tu ui.et tl .....- ( MI page .-B) ( no page 6-IJme ) .."'"-I'ttariu..... Uft Jot..,.. well iMMiMHwe live birth of a W % present las reduction. has tom.
..... ..... A .ril S. Iaar1.Tsrsa .
ba .l day foiluwUkg.. another | .. be konwn .. "
Ahiaarwn h... r.. .v C? Cr.jL, T? ... .
facts. that yu* seas t*.*..*.y pcegrae woe U be g vm In fiscal tlrsg.. ** According' to
a W& a uulay troika aor.i. t ,,_U. ,.. ., UN super.. t-- A play.. ieie.edurea, 1MeIrsr, where r* .J&V x&S> V. i>_ > r" P& a recent article 'In Nation'sMtMtness.
-; beams.. t
kw.he.ch. GIRLS .A....'..." Ile.eaW$ wee le HeM hail f oi.tsel a A Mr. Walter ".U....
a bask a* 'Unknown lie present wMi the. f..M rw. .... IC Chairman: of the President's

rloiw-! rfe.Mk... Ins e< log: *.. ZuU ......... MryIra ..... M,, I. Williams .law. Council of economic Advisers.was .
n. atyei*. eeouy re>.s...U by. ( "iI I N/NP Mh ...,,.,. tM1i. U_ki.r. Moths ..."'r-e ,..... a 11111.. Ia (7suIwte sT the .mart chiefly responsible
The fcHMvecMty fill Mia.Mt Press.I h u.......... Clank. rawly: ilattmr. t for developing. this' theory
tk ari >i>tiry enjoy wt it, W S- igyj .. and selling |ii to the pomp
maruy<< War .me itt any *..*.....>l : : where, it Influenced adnunis-. &
n DJ es tr
kauwteUg of the *U>sr rU dls- OGOCM t unties. policy. Advocating 'la*

ciimiil, JaI perkonal aeqiuuatn .- ) a 'l cwtu... c. 30 Y.ar$ A-e SlIU.DIWERS.. rerfiMtiort 'In IM3. Mr Hellerolwervetl .
*, m.etweeel aad My caperIsnce 4 Of VtMS VflO TIMC lax system) that d..aiMerr

sad activity in preMt-, rl.rte..w. to be "",--We" !>. heM Inas Cote wane a. T-.. TO CX5COVM Wflt e rt about 3O rents out of every
lag elM area set+ser.d. a. a list _eete ., Ilie ........ ., the June 5.h thrwgh" Jew Ili ntslhrao 1 tot: its Of additional dollar. generated 'byproduction.

-r and a.wtptspereaa ........ ........ .../... .awV.hieleg Appeal imkir lead., ....... rflllrtlstDC MOIL. tr'ERs a very strong en-
.Uaa-w. i'kev4n' deals one hailasee r Nt .- .lee....Ung A'.a withfr a l.......a __ sal S..tttti..e.e M ltOiO.1 m drive' the .
.... weka.. ., rre.d Mel teesal apeened trey a.s.r.reeUad V.....>ni.. taw M1 s. econumy strongly
f1'and+. the. Gle...... .. .- leeward
weude. 411U'W1t Ifce hoar sea e 4 ... ..h.bIImw M .eoriHa
dad reps which .. _.- *4 Mot ftowyer, near IMf and rreUM with >ey at UM thaw :sNeIOOttS. .t "As pension ...aop., Ute
etc .... pr.-c _.tars alGrad. ,ae >ear dad eee. .....,..... __.... -n. b.we t.w.wi out .,. federal. budget shifts stronglyfrom
., He.7 ate- Leer hone. I. Newt ........ t .we BMgJkl /-Ai i deficit toward surpass.thereby .

I st.oat .sswwoee tI.. .u..r 11 ............ ., An.. .. .a-r esaaMieee.. ha 1M v.. eir> (tts N HNic r drainiag larger Incre-
fee Irae tretsaedeiua. -.at e4 Z.b Newew limas ........ --e. stew em.sily sitcuaag ........ el. purctoalng. power.awl
(..fees* .eMMtki .... M a a there ErT awy. at Arcadia 0.-::. lies'p1W the wi.wt-sle Mod.+.br. w. /sKi H-UM040COf. *Ss N the economy than It''puts

aria. ."*. rse p'tiag Doe e \ E naay ........ A.-.i. .. .......... ad rtumelk. cewrItwe. COV* TC1MAVC & & hiV &In. The) espansloit. ran conUsvue
dale .., .. ... wttto the pot 1)5a.The. .......... 1M 1 y smteutul. CfOAIA 4-r ,,-_"2sr *.meab; '' a'w.' 'r e..,1"|, l( consunvsrs. .btnlaess.

.* .e years* the CIMctkMC .....1 M..o.y plcai. ee...,. ., jsaars ew. ....,. rotvts o* MAS to- szZSfX l ace. state Kttt: local .fmernmentsIncrcas
.T t9T9+>t+l Act*. tter BWCat which has he a ....... efuw ..... > A.VUOfMS %V t"SA trending fosterUisrt. .

.a.t a eaTr.arws wish ....... ....,...... ed the reel .01' the ...-..... Sf the I>IO OtHt tAJIOlMAMMAiS ,, their iMeoWissi rise, thereby
tell aC rsMirlrsiis. p.el aialsrtypa..e.l yew era.u.ny toe ...... t aVyeas. ....... ..*.... ..ah.. reins putting) ...... purchasing. power
...... 1/r efr y at Wtweal. Is M be. haM the eeAso .., Ns atwa...,.a 117 1M pet. WHICH Into the- spending stream
.. .. ..Uie ____ PtiV than lake .-
f sa was1esdaar. May 2. a Yas.srst Ms1.. -- .tse. thwrw ptM.rLed ftOAMJO THt tANO they oil It was
Meg. Uw' saeb/ets ....... ..Ja Ibey : All W Wiset bhi p I ...... 11111M11lO2iC 1t+at. argued that W....*. ,Ineemesa

kA Mho MaMa.g Meeg.w W. '1 h1.aaes.s.a.ee.I' tau .......... ..,. .,...... .roes Unproved business
t.asAs asd net. : : fw, Lsws. we. nrael leep e.r .y. ta !lira. aypras.r ...ar .. h.sa.ar. .1'..u_ w a tee. Is. pie'. ..... rssuWng freest. lower tax:
.. ... sit ...... 11atilia 14* te1 g.i.-aahasa, far. the ra-a resew, rttpehbhi j b.e..e .he aM Yaeawn lass ... Tarehe we. ..w ...... JTe duc.. mew

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AWAKDS t'n.F.st': "TFn-Scnior: Jerry Patton, baritone In the DIIS Mixed Chorus prcaents the v'n, ."Vjrt ttc! .ch :r pr_arnt..; the Notary Club sponsor. for $300 as the award for his! essay, which won
photo left, rcctivcj th' Outstanding fzenship; State Music Award won by the Mixed Chorus. J I cholij ;tie< Award to Mary\ Lynn Stone. seccud place in the State Contest.

Award pro'tented by ticorrro i:.mllh on behalf of the Principal Vincent DeShazo receives the plaqueon I o'L< ,1 Ki 11't I i'' t. ). Harry Sams. I ExalteJ Ruler of

Khvunis: (Club.; SEc.Ui-.13 HuiU: Hubert Womack, behalf of the High' School. TII11CD PJIUTO the Arcadia Elks Club, presents Roy Ola a check


Awards Given 2-B THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia. Florida, Thursday, June 4, 1964

Special Awards a -- --. ----- .. -- ---. -.------ -- -- -.. -,

Given Friday AttendanceFiftyseven For 'Perfect r The Bu ldogOs: Bark .

I At AssemblyThe DeSoto Illph
School i"liid' fret attemTJnce: awards from
annual Award Assembly -
I'rln'lpal Vincent L. DeSlu/o!
held last Friday, May 29,
last fr'rlilnt the annual A-

chlevement.some clansmen honored:: phase who seniors of had: ucliolasllc und excelled Gmlcr-o-In wards AsMPmbly.Mary Elizabeth:, hnd, a Johnsonaorhumore record,-nf a EDITORIAL. OilS Graduates 84 Tomorrow Night I ITumo.row

J In lira \urious subject field five consecutive years. of perfect betty Caflkins

wards were mode to Connie attendance; Judy Dlthong. As the new editor-in-chief of next year's school newspaper -

McCormick, ficthmon, Kathy Dory Patton, Joan Brady, I would like to present some of the objectives for

Convene. sophomore, Pete Jayne Doter, and of Fklctle Patton the J liC4-19G5) IlulldnK's (Hark. Lew Iiuslrr, and Rupert : night June :S. The the mo 'Forever, Up two number Graduation: DeSoto County School Board, "
had record four
hidden., Junior, and Linda a attendance. yearsof Smith have certainly published a Successful:' / par>er. It 11.14, DcSoto County: High ward" has been chosen by the Song from CAROUSEL and will present the wallet-aize diplomas )
Stainbrook, M-niwr for excel perfect will he A hard task to replace them, but associate editor, Si tic.
lent? In LnEtlIh; Linda fcUuin- Three year pfltVct! allen Connie McComick.\ and 1 and the rent of the Hark staff candidates: for high school: eli give the invocation followed by Ma"l 'I he chorus Is under the Pre-program music, thj. processional

brook received: Hut award. for dance JUoffett.\. award Two went perfect tn M: u attendance r y-, will strive to the best of our ability to edit an Interesting t. l>l >m.ta. senior class president, Joe direction of Miss Leona More- and the. recessionalwill :
the fourth ioneeutlv year. year Leading the graduating class Wwldron with the welcome. land and accompanied by Anna
In the field of mathematics. awards went to David paper. as marshal. will be National Marylynn. Stone, Linda Lou Johnson. be played by Sue Bassler..
Garner rtnlley. Poverty Klein' 'rho paper next year will bo divided) into the news- Honor Society members Lew Stainbrook JoAnn Members of the National .Jlon-
Gerald frethmun, received Delaney, Principal Vincent L. DeShazo -
the Algebra I award Mary\ Smith Ronnie Waller. (caturc-IClorb( staff social staff, business<< : staff, radio l.asuler: Marian Christ. Eights Jerry Patton Cheryl Fland- will present the seniors as or Noiivly: will be the ushers

Karen Ames, sophomore, the Pete Craft. Arthur Coulter, program staff student exchange, and the editorial ra. whwio scholastic uver.s era. Lou Ella RalU will speakon candidates for dipolmas to Superintendent for the exercises.
Algebra 11 award Lewla) Keen, John It. Lewis, flay Cams' Zo- {ward. A }paper: can only bt ax K'"HI! as 'the efforts, put .;" were: the highest will varli:us aspects of 'tare, Lindj Hugh C. Flanders Mcnibtrs of the graduatingclass
v. junior, the plan:. Geometry an (:"*v. Anna i.".ulmt Johnson forth by Its members. Next year mores emphasis will li ad the march and will serve Sur C'roy: will give the benediction who will present the sen- are David Allan Bailey,
.w.rd. and Jerry IHitton len- Mel\. C. h- r'ariikin.! Linda Jocns. bo placed on the individual reporter. The work will in the speakers for the even- Ion with their diplomas. Mr. Jtiiie! Fears' Barfield. Linda
lor, the senior Mail award. On. year perfect attendance not fall on the hands of u few but will ins program The DIIS chorus will sing Arthur Roe chairman of the uialcne Hernias, Un Black-
awards went to Coker
Jerry 1'attoti rrcivd the : ., be distributed ? editor Jr Robbie Lee Boat-
Jerry Patton, fat. Mercer Jack ,_ c\eny minting every mon, j'
Dotch & Lomba Science uwimlj Hrhaefrr. FrtwMv: hurt her and refKirter.' '(taut it is hoped{ <<1 that .right Lane Trudy Hogget,

r ; Marylynn' Stone trcclvei A1l"n {'nnlInJames. Ijonaforil .. ''tmch |>eri<.oii will have the time to produce Martha b u. Boring Cecilia
sword and Sue
the history
filly. Sails I"Vuiirhn West- articles deserving oi publication. Bowen, James Brantley. Carry -
Boring. receive /the journalism' si.
I award. berry Dill Sldebottom. Larry p The t main objective: set hy the Uull- Lee Brtedlove Edna Dolores -

From the Commercial D..- Avnnt Clayton punter, \ .." r's' doK's Hark is to give an accurate account r Brown. Jamie'"'Lee Buch-
t .
Charles Goodman, Calvin I I .
partment Mary Smith won the F'; ;, of the news anti happcrUnifg around an, Mary. Frances Burucher
bookkeeping! award I'at U a- rtr>OM III Ji no.. Donald t DIU? Our school is: kept Alive .. Beverly Ann Carroll Sheila.
I sea the typli( aw.ra i tutuHolto I..nvfnrd Mary I-von .ViUII. II i constantly findiitj new ways of Im ta Araean Coker, Joseph Robert
!,** Poatraghthe /fttuirlhsmda Mc''''hrrSh. .lla Htntth, Illlly I I: ,1)1"O\'f"JTI t I j-i.f: tcttl'worll I \ "JI als ', Colter.: Jr. James Thomas Cox.
Spires, Mlrh rl Dresden. Terre po
wsj'd.' "Lynn anal' Carolyn Kenneth D.mp.ey
t lVuj-fi and by leaeiilnir for; ino hitrht,--u exlu- Crews. L
.' Cva/w won th '.u.'or: aim! firve Fva ltose>. llafan Geraldine Itnymnnd Dana.Iw. Betty Gaakliui. rational, Hocial ami moral' !v'' atnI.( : r,'N. da Sue Croy, JoAnn' DeLaney
frcthman home tcoro.nica a* Catherine fclaui ElUworUv
The extracurricular helix to mold the future
\ ward. Quay*. Jimmy Murphy, Gary program :
Parrish' lint Tw''- Lmilsa character of the students, and it will lie up to the (Hark Ai Peggy Irene Gunter Farley
Diane Rope: : received the to inform 'the community on the educational aril| extracurricular Mary Jane Fenn Cheryl Ann
Watrrs, Mnlt' rr>tt, Vancw Halwrsnn. .
(Continued on pacu 0-0)) 1.\ (l FLahae; v Lucky ray: Ful.|!
Vincent Fralllcardl.& activities nmonir tht youth of .\rc.ulin.A. & J .
Tom lfni||| KBWorth, Ploy Simmons wo of the l"lhlkntlnns work on the Hnrk throUKh- I. ,. -1"': <#' 11"\"' !>",&r&e eJain! Goodsuit, Earl

Citizenship IVhlil. owd. John K.b- out the coming I year, and air you the readers follow our : -'f','''! Josrph: du>ury, Jcny Douglas}
linger, Dabble Ola. Penny Brewer rl ., lumber, Ilriuy Oilaaison: Hay,
efforts, I hope that wu will be! ever aware of u thankfulness t tT'j ','
Norma Jean l: a a d. France
Selectees 'that we live in a free country where vtan enjoy Mae Herunaw, tanj lllggiiu
such a luxury us n school paper. It I hut my hope Shirley !Hill, Helen. Marl
I Are AnnouncedAt that we of the Hark may !he able to tine this prcciou W tluieti. Thomas Patrick Hughes,

I the annual AwjfiU An Farewell Dinner Atnercan right of freetlom of the press to the best of Jr., Lena Irene Huthison

emuly lieltl, I lent! Friday May our ability. ...3wI Harriet Cherrel Jeasup llichaiu -
:30. four 4.11 girls were announced Given Seniors r.--' V blUe y. Johnson James
I I UJ WllimrB Of ,l a trip Michael Jobiuoo. Carolyn Jean
to Washington, L>. O, ti Nu- I.ist Sunday May 31. the DHS BSquadCheerleaders DHS Students Honor Students: i Speak at Graduate Lou Ella Rails Waldron.class presi Jonvs.
lionel Citltm.hip Abort Course RIchard Dale Kelly, Beverly
VilA members of the DeSoto ion L.x"rcl.Gt'Or: e La timer, dtnt.: JoAnn DeLaney Linda
starting on July S, Croy, Dawn Klein, Iimui Louise
I County Chapter bid farewell to Cheryl Jo1andcrs. Linda :Stainbrook.:) Jetty Patton and Mary Lynn Stone.JJuffJuy Lance
I The girls wire Sandra Copeland their senior members at a party Pick Coursc'sFor George Leonard Lati-
Linda Carriun. Nancy men, William Earl Lyons Linda -
given at the hone of Mr.. Are .Selected
Yama, and Karen Awe, with trfiul. Converse, spotuof o( Gail McCoy', Judith Ann
J Shirley Carlton named us ..1trrnat. the orgatiUatloii.. Last Monday ten cheerleaders Next Year Ola Second Mercer Mabel Maud Mercer
... Th adult leader will Th Senior Farewell party were named t tn cheer' lor Roy William atrick' Mercer, Bonnie -

be Mrs. Sarah Am*.. began at 3.30: and enJetl at the Junior varsity teams of On Tue diy, May :26th.: stu- r71 Sue Mickler Doris Liar:

\ Staying at the N."unalIf about 430.: Several games proVhl..d 4-6S.. The girls duo,e" were dents whu are tu rntir Dv- In Elks State t bjjj M....._., ..,;."'... Olivia I
center rlos tu the rappel the entertainment fur the !h'belJ.! Cha: .*tt s.u r4rd Mit- .
Sharon McAllister.. Jean D.- auto Duals& fr Y.a ID4I-93
girls will attend col.....* Mint' lueat, Then tw revive them a j; chem, Mary Sandal'! Moyc. RoaaJ -
tnetlnir., giving luratlon 'In there were plenty of refresh.II" Lancy. IJnda Lewis, Sue (1...- school term aelvctc\l; coursesfor Essay Contest j 0 Ptniltp S....... J...ia Z: tee

\ rltltenshlp ..n Is. The refreshments C'o..al- kin.. Debbie ( ., Susl. Yoke- that year.A phen Nirh)K William Marian
Mr, rtwtell Dawaey, Homo sled of diploma sandwiches and ley. Mary 1\Ia. Trw Carol }:U1mUton total of twenty crrdils are Hoy OU a senior at DcSoto :Ja t; MARTHA JO HILL .VMJMM, .....,, -.t Dave His.
Demonstration Agent, also an.nounte.t inorUrboanl uklea, Girl. on and Gwen Sullivan required for graduation. The High School, w,.n second in Lynn L' I arkya. Jerry; Ron
., the names of eight the commute planning t h 0 from the eighth grade. Pat required subjects; for graduation th* ablate. emsjy contest spotvaored a-d ration cieorge Warren
..11.... winning trip tn State Senior Farewell) were Marian WltlUm was chosen. from the are four credit In Etvflish. by the Elks Club. Mr. __-_-- __ iirvis, u ? Lea' Kalis,. Robert
.-11 Conference In Uainetvlll' Christ Kathy Cunver.*. Sandra seventh grade. two credits of mathematics Harry. Sam, introduced by Mr. .IiIUx ii&e.. ....>>priy Brenda
They were Shirley Carlton. C">|<*Uiul., Ann "Fletcher Karen The new cherrleailers were two of science American George Smith, presented the Hob**.*, .......ha Ann Sams.
1 I Peggy Broom. F.va: HIM* lagan. (luanl. Diane Montgomery and! rhoaen by.net year varsity History. Problems of American winning OU with a check for John tu..uv ae.ueler, Mary
Shannon Blalnbrunk Mike Sheila Smith., cheer leaders. The girts were Democracy two rrcdlta of S31XIOO as the prix for the Greetings all you sun-balrt- would U>, to commend Cheryl Alas Snu l. Da via Allan Snow

DeWM')'. starry GoUlrtng.& Mike As a graduation .......n.. all Judged on appearance cheerIng Physical Education and on. .e<*nil !>!..... winner. Ole won era! This U your school's n.... binders .nd her staff on a Linda Eves t>i'i b.out Mary-
Fooser and Danny ...u......... th. senior" *.rr* given a charma ability personality and credit of Horn KconunWe for faun from. the Pink Club for lest editor signing in for the Job well done. "iyns Stains. cha.Icy FrankStrUkUnU.
Sandra Cupvlattd. Stale ..11 academic! grade tIn tM local levelTh ,
a remembrance; of their girls.On place on sari Utn this With no more school students
reporter, will also attend' In an Other girls out the new schedule eardssturtenu of year. was
years In JOllA and HI IS. Th. trying were purpose the essaycontest wilt be Chartcs Ray Tanner.. Joseph
.aecutiv rapacity which will seniors receiving this charm Penny Itrewer Charlrn Hilton marked what. ....... .to to pr*.VM te Amerteskntam over Uxlay and papers andtaroks olfurent scattering of around Uar.h Wa! 'ou. Patsy. Lou
Include participating, In M,ae."tfble were hale' .rfl.ld. Jamllluehan. Kathy Kelly.. J"r.ne-I. of a subject th.ey aseete.by by comparing\ : u to t th* were fleetly (oe Uy!) p.ru the.Slate Wallace Konni Lee Waller
and programs. Mary Ilurtacher, JoAnn Smith. Ifcmna Fay. Cllne. Sherry writing' th* aM>rev*.ll*-- of nxrhotU of rernmuntem. and packed away. lUtMtng suit and and Na.*.,.. Sub lebs will Carol Sue Walters Frank
Th conference will be held Delrfiney. Cherrel 1 Jeaaup. Taylor, Cheryl I Copviand. that phase out from the m*.n bow Atnertewns **n fight corn- sun-tan totten are now thegeneral J Journey to tn* takes. this week. Gorge West JuOiUk AoaWeitberry
from June ft to June 7 at the Judy M n...,.. Mabel Mercr.llonnl Sue )leadows.. Lana Gay Jo subject and unite their sr.**. muatam& trend. end for a __II. Chris LuvII Robert HuU Whit.
University. of Florida' In Mlckler. Carol S u. Ann Matthews, and Katherln level. Them earns wets help.cwatuu Ole .Is enrrevpondtng\ : srr.. ..... Carrel received h e r tome** Friday to spend the lock, Gayla Colleen W mack.
Oalnesvlll. Walters, and Colleen Womaclu Waller.. fat tn the. normally v,,I iary '*4 the Key Club and a Steel dia. .iMind for a graduattungift : MUnftin Georgia. Several Robert Le Womack William
I tank of complcitng your s berdul member of Chefs lab and It waa a bvawttA! dd.naend girls will be gouig .. Conncctteut Dilmus *
Wooten. bids LuRjo
I'trpaub.. Latt aomaner Ola necktac from her steady to week on the tobacco ?
arpresenled PUS a. a inetiibvr Jerry Sp er. wh. la .in U* ..--. And i'miims' numWr MAonV""",- Danny UIcbMI

of Dent' Stat. where h* bM Na\y. No wander sKa s/ hap- .. will U.. g..... to tit WorWs Young. ._
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P. E. Classes the .rrlce< of snt and etiyctark. y Ilse..
Th National terror S>..*ty .pN. that wlQ b* &o- \
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G THE BULLDOG'S BARK Try Bowling afternoon. 501 p* of UMc .4 aom ., your. .!*...*. u For the pat taro wvk the _p*..- aMmdaVI w r*: Dtaa wet *f*** wm b* stayicg here THEATRE '
I : .. girls pnya*<*! ed\k.Um ei**** DHS CustodianIs Kelly and Karl:. Gutatry. Karen to Atwdta. Ya" have pupa, and I u -S.. '17. NORTHDISNEY'S

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Intruct wee f\\ .*. Retiring Cindy Shaw and Jerry Pat- w ,...:: I
i"'" by Mr M4rtt.t Walter. w>....n.ol '. air. Jess Thpewps t. eustedlkn tsn. wewesoe: stald a. tads I aATUfiDAV
abet. Iiew1-land. Maa Ants' at D eGeto Gamy 1ft. ,.,.,.. Jean head hates to "'-6-' ut dud : MIRACLEOF
Published' weekly" by the tHf_- i mwr staff of ll..kkq glrU rtty***** .du, .- School tar ..... .... ...,.... sean. the week .f Juo gilt cent. avwaajg a*** Weil n w".bii* THE

Desoto County High School Arcaxlia Florid*. ,... '-......, am-I (.aeh'eh c. 7ftII"I!' FT y. De and. rtn acre RbT Wasnackf *>. YOU tout sake ,i so! I WHITE STALLIONR.b.rt
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S'ii : th* barf prioelpW' at buwt.ntsag I & -'-.. 'M4 tae wk -.w.d bsa. lows NwIM. a.t". .y h M UNOAV T"II&DASTOLEN

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The Presentation Of This Years Senior. Class Is Made Possible By The Local Merchants Listed

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I 6BTHE ARCADIAN, Arcadia' FloridaThursday., June 4/ 1964 :if 'I\,

. "Editorial. Commentary. ,. .... "''IrtIIfJ fit ptmJ., '. ?.vMt X,, ..I 1l4
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(Continued from page 1-B) ing its own spending; and the 4-.1':" s. .
I revenue tor the government straws in the wind are not en- Friday, June<<;,Fifth J ..
than the old higher ones did. couraging. 8:00: p.m'1// t a'., 11.! ,, ,',, '' Mrs Ray Strobl and Mrs. Gillett here Sunday June 5th at 8:30: a.m. till '"
It was estimated that gross This country has consistent ,:, ': -fJ Mrs. George Summ_rails received for the morn.n: services, and with the regular schooling
I ,4,I national product would rise by ly moved against unemployment word from hei, dan. hl'r.( vi"it thf 'r h'Jests.! They Monday. June 8th e
f two to three times the size: and poverty through education Mrs. Charles CO..ln, t'm, in June 17th. All c'hildr..n

1 of the tax reduction creating opportunityfor Pre-pregram Music .......?......................_.._..._._._._.... .......... Sue Bassler Oklahoma, that &h' had b......n. ill loft, during.the afternoon to in the community betwi-

i I form But of economy concrete theory legislation In the needed productive public Work welfare.and, where flut Processional Pomp and Circumstance L.A ?.... ...______.*. Elgar< '., seriously 111 and in the hospitalfor K Rev L r-i tIJ iiarr Berryhttl+>h. delivered ages of three and sixtet!'
Sue Bassler several) days, but was feeling invited to attend.
hit rough going in a Congress if poverty and unemployment ': some better. Also word the evening message in the Mr. Harmon L. Johnsonson

jl well aware of the' fact that inflation are to now enter Xully Into the Invocation __..........___.._......_.._. ''". ; .r ....... George Latimer from her grandson. Tommy absence of our pastor at, who thebaccalaureate Edward returned u -
producing: budget deficits political arena they will make Sapp who Is stationed in Turkey bI'ou.hthe message amt Tuesday of last week i

would be tough to explain unlimited demands on the public WelcomeTr...,,..?..............__.._.-,_.--, .,??.. .;.; .?,........... Joe Waldron with the armed forces at service' : at Pal being here for a couplt f
the campaign trails treasury. So politics and metto High School Sunday
on the present time that he had weeks working on their
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I} of 1864. economic ,theory mix Once again -, .. .I r.ll --I: Rogers-Hammers.' one of his feet operated on, night. We were glad to have erty. Edward will return ,
Con' snional endonpfnent and right noW It f* any-' 'I High School --f''p'.j r ,. t f.. f' and was getting along fine at,, the Berrylull. i lJI. and: UtUe;son continue his work, in a j 'a,..
Of the tax cut was based onan one's guess how palatable the 'I l : this time. Jodiev wflh"us ones again. days.+
/ Administration pledge to final blend will be. '- I Theme Forever Upward .Chorus"" Mr. and Mrs. George Sum- They were accompanied, by Mrs. Jim Brewer and slstt
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',C SpeakersMarylynn bro
hold down government spend- : .. Mrs/nerryhlU's-! and
,!' installs and Mrs. Eva Yoager in law Mrs. Eloise Bogg:,
ing. Whether this or future Stone spent few in Bradenton ther-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.\ Larry'Smith Rose
s Jerry Patton a days and Mrs. Boggess mad, I
Administrations will stick to of Sarasota.Mr. .
j :t recently visiting Mr. and Mrs. trip to Holmes Beach and B ,
this commitment is debatable. Linda Stainbrook .)1,. t Cheryl FlandersLou Charles Doyle Mathis was rushedto
."' Summeralls, and while denton the middle of last .
I After ,more than 30 years on 500 oeal JoAnn DeLaney ..' there Mr. Summeralls consulted the Sarasota Hospital the w"ok
a single track, Is It possible for loContinued Ella!: JU1U his eye doctor. first part of past week where to make arrangements to _..

a ,Democratic: Administrationto ,,?I 1 J Walk Hand In Hand With Me __.__.....- CoweU Mt. Ephraim Church was he had to undergo surgery over this week to spend a ii. ,.
change Its course and say l.a.1 r. High School Chorus represented at the Associatiorial: again lie Is the husband ofFlora days vacation. They and thi." born
f f
j'i that big spending is not ne- Summeralls Mathis.
Sunday School Meeting held in children left early Monday
I crU7he best remedy for ( from page 1-U) Presentation of Senior ..:.__..f..- ,- Principal Vincent L. DeShazo the North Hilljborough Baptist Preparation Day for Mt. Eph- a.ksread
morning for beach to
I the country's )ills? N.tion-Bus- raim Baptist Vacation Bible "av A
was an undersea province as Church in Arcadia Tuesday of
: iness state that. "White douse geological formations reveal to Presentation of Diplomas ...,r .i.,. ,.r.i n Superintend*nt Hugh C. Flanders last week by Mr. and Mrs. Joe School will be held Friday, until Wednesday night.

i officials are already squirmIng us today In dealing< with this Benediction .>,...
,t President under rigorous Johnson's remindersof economy author period of of Florida'"Unknown history Florida"has the Recessional .................._- ..ni<4i.u--i-..__._?,TU..u-,_j-H. .....-_._ Sue Bassler Stroble.Annie Pearce and Mrs Ray

1 pledge from congressmen no more authentic knowledge Marshals ?_-_...............?...,,-,.,.-, .-......_ Lew Bassle r and Marian Christ \ Many happy returns of the ARCADIA LIVESTOCK MARKET;
objecting of to pressure Administration In support than those of any other ... ." day to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mor- I
pet writer but geological evidence USHERS ton, who celebrated their wed
I schemes. indicates that the Caloosahut- ding anniversary and also Mr. Livestock Report
There is for
chee country, along with thorst Karen Ames Morton's birthday by Joining
Kathy Coi
many In that the tax cut seems nverse
of Florida had its shareof their daughter Mrs. Glenn
to Indicate a dramatic shift prehistoric development.The Barry Goldring Betty Gad]kins Glidden and husband and sons May 27 19G1
from the view that the '
federal government Is the periods covered In "Un- Bobby Jocns Danny Joh Mon : ." on a trip to Cypress Gardens. 276 head of cattle and calves In the offering. Slaughter
known Florida that The Honor
especially Society of De-
main engine of economic i1fi steers and heifers cows steady bulls steady and
Steve Lewis Soto
appealed to me were those Bill Jones High School 1 held a picnic
growth and prosperity. It has dealing With the Indian habitation and swimming party at the calves steady to .50 lower. Stocker steers and heifer-
) been said that future tax cuts the early Spanish Invasion Worley Whidden Jr.'ifs. Rails cottage at Lake Child steady. cows scarce. and calves steady. 54 percent ?>)1 H

presently envisioned will de- and the early development Saturday. lose Louise Johnson the offering stockers 25 percent cows and 96 percent
pend upon how the private enterprise Members of the National Honor Society
by pioneers who came Is their sponsor and Kathy of the cows slaughtered. I toes+
I economy responds. But to establish the. flourishing Converse a member of the
government also' bears the onus communities that now thriveIn Society. Slaughter Steers Stocker Steers

of responsibility for controll- the area. C., -1 i Now Growl Staff Members Guests The F.HA. of DeSoto High Uty $16.75 Med $14.25 to $ir,,75

It was my privilege to be a : held a farewell party honoring Can 12.00 Com 13.00 to 13.75; :
< ThanclGlvwt. Iliui headed present ftwro-cetved a delicious Fort
member of the Tamiaml TrailBlazers Winder the senior members who graduate '
by co-editors Phyllis Clement bullet supper u: fried chicken, Slaughter Cow Stocker Heifers
who sought to center rl this year. The affair was G
and Yl "
Joel Corley attend buttered corn green beans assorted rr:
Uty $14.50 to $15.50 Med $13.25 to $15.00: (
the nation's attention on a need ed the annual staff last held at the suburban home of
The News supper relishes, hot rolls, Iced
I Sensing their Cut 12.50 to 16.0O'; Com 12.001:5: 15.00
for a cross-state highway News sponsor and teachers,
.. Monday night. May 23, given tea, and cookies and ice cream.
\ through the 'Olades from FortMyers Mrs. E. B. Converse and Miss Can 10.00 to 12.75
._ : by Mills Sidney Anderson and
.i< .. Following the supper and a .. Stocker Cows
to Miami. ,%* *t Ellen Cantrell.
I (Continued from page 1-B) Our little group of 23 men Leona Moreland. Those general get together for the Congratulations to Miss Patsy Slaughter Hull Jnf $ 9.00 t&lo.2:)
staff plans for the next MARY ELLEN
portance c* the press having Including two Indian guides, ;year'sannual NICHOLSON Wallace and Michael\. : Johnson, Cut $13.00 to $13.50
discussed. Mr.
A Stocker Hulls
Curry and
1j access'to the fact In the pushed and fought our way son, who are members of this year's Can 12.00
: as The
first point to consider BUI. have DoN
Seniors Feted moved here as permanent Med $14.50 to $17.00
t h 0 lades. graduating class. Baccalaureate
across starting :
X case of the controversial' TI'Xt was the cover of the 1963 residents. Slaughter Calve' Com 12.00 to 140
aircraft contract toSS with seven cars two of whichwe The personnel ,of th' WestSide Growl. There !' services were held Sunday
amounting If It |is to be a special : will be a meeting with
$17.25 to $20.50 Inf lO.OOto 10.50
obliged to leave behind night at the '
were high school
School gym.
that the honoredthe
"} billion so public front the' plans must be drawnup the spot survey team at the
can decide' whether favoritism aa we cut a trail through graduating class of 1004 of and sent to the company ft. Ogden school Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bus Johnson, Stdn 15.00 to 17.50 Stncker CalvesGood 1

has been practiced and colossal the trackless. area to prove DeSoto High with a special before a deadline of June 30. June 8, at 3 p.m.. All parents Mrs. Loka Johnson Mr. and Uty 14.00 to 15.00 $17.00 to $17.50 :
sums of that It was poalbl to make dinner May 28. Otherwise and Mrs. O. E. Wallace: and Mrs. ,
taxpayer moneywasted. a standard sever taxpayers ore urged to at- Slaughter Vealers
Med 13.00
to 15.00
Tb* value of a vigilant such a crossing. Our effort re- The following menu was will be used. The next decisions tend. This meeting will deter- E. B. Converse were among '
I press, he said& Is that ''we can suited In the eventual buildingof served to the entire school: were concerning the sale mine whether or not the school the people attending. Miss Good $19.00 to $19.50 Com 13.00 to 11 wInf
I make public' officials to. the the Tamiaml Trail linkingthe Sliced Itoast feel with brown of advertisements for the coming will remain open. Louise Johnson had charge of Stdn lfi.75to 18.75 12.00 to 13.25Stocker
line or risk exposure and ouat West and Fast coasts, thai' gravy, whipped potatoes grated yearbook. Each memberwas Mr. and 101.... Charles llar- the ushering; Cathy Contersewas Uty 16.00 to 16.75
." experienced road builder of carrot and cabbage salaa sweet given a list of business! relson and daughter from It. a member of the High Calves
Of coura that's just what the period contended was Into! pickled beets, buttered bread establishments In Arcadia. to Myers, visited .Mr. and :Mrs. School chorus; and Anna Lou Good $18.50 to $20.00
t Al S the federal bureaucracy: ....k.I' possible. Mi pt whole milk and chocolate : inquire about.Attending Albert Thornton Monday. Johnosn accompanist.: Med 18.00 to 2150 ,
-.oId..1t wants to treat the Ttii was In 1923. Prior to cake. tho supper I were Mrs. ve..ena Johnson and Misses Dorothy and Frelda Com 16.00 to 21.00 A IY
public business. as If It wr that I had visited and report Aa ''special treat the seniors Karen Ames Lew and Sue' Marie Morton of .Owens visIted Massengal accompanied Rev. I S Inf 12.00 to I 15.00It's ) .
r bureaucrats' private bul- ed the development Of such: were given iced tea and Bassler John Burtscher Raymond Mr. ,. and Mrs. Bill !Barn '.

1 ln... If Big Government U coirnunttlea. a* Moorchaven.Clcwtston Ice cream and were allowed to Christ Phyllis Clement well and Betty Monday. .. ..-..
I' ever to'b* brought under control Ft. Myers and others take any position In line which Calvin douse Joel I Corley .Mr.. and 101.... J. A. ,Daugh- ("' ;' ...""' -: I.. J .. ,
the publla will have to and I can say that In herrecount they nVlri1. As th-v leave Ju'::y DIon... Carolyn Evans trey were In Sarasota Satur _'f., "t" .. demand 'that the propaganda 'of" this period Miss the halls of cDSoto High and Betty Gaskins. Connie McCormick : day r- $ : \, .. :,:
agenda: be closed down In Frits' report In "Unknown fare Life's challenge we wish Debbie 01.. Rupert .Mrs. Georgia Falany who f Why '\.'.>#..'::-.,".",': ..
Wa.hln..toanet: the thoughlc Florida-, authentic and well them each and everyone the Smith, La Dane Sorrells* and has,' spent. the past week herewith ._ .. : .: ; '.il;,. : 24
t' r trt>IUrs' rent packing. done. very Best of Luck.: Steffony. Wells. her daughter Mrs. Albert z yt, .. TaSt
-- -- Thornton. Is spending

''I several days with another
j daughter Mrs. Terry Collins, ,:
to l '"to Ogden.

Mrs, resale lagan and children : : .
and David Thorton were
,.; COME ON IN.,. U Sunday dinner guests 01 ..aFw

I f Mr. and Mrs. Albert ThortonMr.
: a + THE WEATHER'S FINE" and Mrs. J. AUaugh-

; .'j.!A. 'frlA t 1 'I 'tlff'J trey visited her brother ana r
family Mr and Mrs. Lathes
Blaster at Engtewood Sun- S Mph -
j I 10 Jay.Mrs.- + S SH ..
Hobble Thorton
4, has returned ; .
I r r. t home alter spending. ... Iea
a week her with her sister, ..
i MILLION Mrs. Albert Thortun following ..
an operation ..
4 ..
Mr. and Mrs. Terry CollinsOf -s
r DOLLAR Ft. Ogden visited Mr. arm
Mrs Albert Thorton Sunday -
r ,t night. ..
Visiting with Mr.' and Mrs .

,,. MJ* REDUCTIONfor Albert T nor tun Saturday, were AVM.e. ...
Mrs. Bertie Dodd and children ..

of Ft. Ogden.Special .r.
r i ..
ae n I

I Y FP&L Awards

CUSTOMERS ,.A ge*a ;i; ** ** -...
,* ii fir,, (Continued from page I-B) .. e

New; ___tJwa outstanding vocal: annals stu ..
+.. deal award. During the ***.mbly 3
eveKb.'GMe...JIa A
c..- wkei.lrtct" .sp. nine girls were recognise* r..
I + I to (or four years service la th* .
ke I h
) vocal music department. These .
i .. .. .. r your kitrba, a. included Cheryl Flanders Be
i ... Lmndry' -yeast
Carroll Beverly _
Roberts C
P' b -
I ? ..- entk.bean.I celia 0.>>....... Colleen. Wemack.., ..
I th..* t*
+ .... ._ -5- f'.J ...._w..tJara RobbJ BoatrUht* Linda Ploy*. -e t t
Lou LUst: Rails, and Sue Does w
I i ( eerevL.n ...
.. j J }3.ctrhitY ..... q ftgMr.. George Smith reprv ,.M.
.. lit t.....yH. does*. lentmz the Klwants Club M
t fusels. .fat the .-,x.Lwaois. pre's.nw&tb an important gasoline discovery! :
j .. .WITH FIAMELESS ElECTRICairconditioning eaarM.r'' CUUensn ? ,r ethl.

aeaalatn hetbsd; been award voted to Jerry the Patton outstaadiiu.senior who ka. steps up octane performance *o e6'<
by Uw DIIS faculty. Mr knock better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl. spread.mar. ;

W uMn Fletcher refarmentnvg evenly throughout all cylinder of your enrine. stand up under t

\ the Rotary Club prevent1 at..r'ft'ne' > temperatumi.. And it's In Standard fmrillrifm (Crown and t
the scholarship award to
I .1. TViand*love to com...*..._and your Ja trlatsr, leas *..mf *JM *ct_t. Marytynn sawille nac Crown Eitra .. at no increase in ..

j t.1tO,.,} t 'eblat W. .b ........ rr Ike WtUar, TVUy. electric. air. coatUonla ta maintained U. hUHest aholasW price! Another Important way that I :

10 Lvlsi. an, weMaw ruav If* Burn a a mart*! of trial art pr*...*ai dp>.... avenge. .a.n.c ace tees. M tale 'dt r core of yr ear.eM.llgtral.arf j 5..1N DA R D ,.
( r treat M beat tlr. MaLI 1: jeers in DMS.Mr .
( abality.Qui.Me aed.Lawn aetd.M than .
KUrtric: air.conttioMr. *cool UM air __. DH.... faoktoT..>tii...e rail *..
; 'J'sad harp .it fr-o eat *wr i.....ubtc sltmn.r. WU choirs srf sizes. and .*.,..*....a Wo.ea'a GUfcpr 1
............ the .....1"........ *.t -...... Ptfav ass. loser foal Knjoy.lU .... e_J UM BPVT euutaodIng .

li C"" dart sal pa. ......w. ...ss.. br eves a smllMai.. KVarUisn* .* ttwieiataa 1'we,tee,-- tab eatnnterriaJ student. awam 1M

}; ..... ftriac ,/ oossJori *. UM ham sw IVvrtd{ your amOy .Ufc M M t'jh ; to Mary Burtsctwv, Carol S.

,otit day.l lsaay '-<<.....__. Ilar. nstesrwl eteetais Walter. .-t Ky aUanvorfht re> "

Atari with.y..aanc.j,r.v..eagel.. Sus seer *raUa, dMbr or air mire, ......,. retr i a f 1O scnolarUUp nee M2tfjyjPlail
.. ,.
aIV r f......... ....gqV CIWJ'.tr.rretlt taa4tbanieet swdr.ei.r wdny. "b'it'e' )'.w twraiew .:tsaly., < 4 uw prvr. !

!i c. tlet.islt.wr. Stephen SttUMfetor,, ofIstast. 0.- I Ii
.. -f ;/rf1fl-If..(( $.! LJ' : nru. {b.ee wn arrhmt MMUy a arouWo <

J' 4 .ors, ..Ift/ a'e. .......'" rt.P -.. #...., .LWfcu..-C.a..tMa7. .r...........aeMat... MR wlUlr. .....k.te. $'geta4, e. Anderson

; .,,1 I A_ POWER S LI H T CO}M PAM T wr. glad to have. hIm here Agent ARC DIA. FLORIDA.

en. = seise. irasa ;. tor' tike ......... prvortUa* s.rriree. .


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THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia, Florida, Thursday ;Jane :4, 1964 7BI

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u s Church Regplarly


This Series Of Church Pages [rs Brought To You Each Week Through The Cooperation Of These Public Spirited Business, "

People, Who Believe That The Church Represents The Greatest Force In Every Community


wells Bros. Packing Co., Inc. OF QOOSUNDAY ,, .....,........ ..' ''I' EPISCOPAL CHURCH

} Y The Rev. JIM Masalo. Vicar Davis Hardware Company
Packers and Shipper of Citrus Fruits Sunday School 10:OO a.m. SUNDAY
Arcadia Florida' WA 7601 Morning Service 11:00: a.m. ':OO a m. Choral Eucharist: Hardware Paints -> Plumbing Supplies

THURSDAY } .. I It to: 15: a m. 11017 Communion 114 W. Oak St. WA t471
YJ .E. 1:30: pm. 10: 15: ..m. Sunday School:
....'. ,fr 7:30 p'm. Evensong

It 9 ..m. Holy Communion
Pine Point Restaurant FORT OQDCN MCTHODIS1CHURCH 8 30 Spiritual. lleallnc
I Auto Parts Company
I --- ----
John A. MeSHeehan SUNDAY
"B. A Good Neighbor" Sunday School: IOOO: a.ra. p.w Auto Parts and Machine' Shop Sonrlee
Morning\ Service 11 OO a.m. .
: Avo. WA ,aI1
WEDNESDAY t Corner Hickory and Whldden I 22 S. Orange

Prayer Service: 730 p.m. ,f. w SUNDAY ___
r ; + v n 2 h lllble School 1000: ajn.Mor.iln .
Worship 11:00: am.
Nocatee Cities ServiceCities : .
Service Product 1 EvenlnWWNESDAY Roberts Grady Funeral Home

Meat Groceries' Ice Bait FORT OGDFN BAPTIST Evening lllble Study 7JO: p.m. I
Fishing Tackle CHURCH f We Invite YOU to worship (4 Hour Amaulan Servleo
Rev. J. N. Ollbreat I with us.FIRST.
... .
[ .oc. Fla. WA 8191 Sunday School 10am. 103: N. Brovard A".. WA S4101Bill's

Morning Worship 11 am. ., ','t.t.'f"L" : ',(;0'4' ..;" ( -. ,. -
Training Union 6:3O p.m. r .., to.r w 7" r .. '
Evening: Wiirmlup '7:30: p.m. h ." .'" """ 1" ASSEMBLY OF GOD <

Gulf Naval Stores Company Prayer Service: 7:30 p.m. h' .. SUNDAYSunday School 0:49 ..m. Texaco Service

si ; am.
Nocatee. Florida SlurntngBUNOAYtl00 OH ChanceMiner Repair
Tires Oreserleo Hay 7" a Bale )
I:".nc.U.U. Service I Tao: pm.WEDNESDAY .
en S. Brsvsrd Arsadla WA SS211
CHURCH Prayer and Praise Service:

South Hlllebereugh. Avenue 730 pm r

[ Daughtrey Flower & Gift Shop Office Ph.SUNDAY t-1441. Row S-U4S North HillsbroughBaptist I ___ Arcadia Abstract & Title

by Caroline Sunday School 0:45 a m. Company, Inc.
Flowers' For All Occasions. Morning Worship 11-00: ajn. CALVARY BAPTISTCHURCH Abstracts and Title. .Insurance.
Wire Service Training Union 6:15 pjn. Keen Bid9. WA SM41The
I 44 .. DeSoto Ave. Arcadia WA ft.6341 j] Evening Worship 7:30 p.rot. HI.Hway 70 las a.,,,... You Need
WEDNESDAY Church Rsv. Orden ft..... Paster When. YOM N.ed'll"'.
Mid-Week Worship 7JO pju SUNDAY

Sunday School 9:45 am. _
Van Petten & Son 1 Morning: : Worship IIOO am.
233 North Ave.
HIHsbrough Training Union 4130: pm. Harrison & Evers
Funeral Home NOCATKC CHURCH OF GOD Evening Worship 7:30 pjn.
SUNDAY WEDNESDAY 14 Hour Wrecks Servlee.
Sunday School 1O-OO: .m. By Rev. Vernon Fie 9 Ie Prayer Service 7JO p. a.BITHSL 772 Arcadia..1d..
&t C. Oak Street WA S.$SS1Laishley : P. O. Bos I
Morning Worship 11-OO: a.m. Day Phone WA 70I' NI.hU WA *-.911
Evening Worship 7:00 p-n Scripture' : Romans C-8: "Hut God (;. (t.-N This gram IMthttt l unmea tireal>le er WA..."
TUESDAY cnmmendeth His love toward us In that and iimprvht'ntlable to the finite

Prayer Stucco 7'3ft p.m. while we were yet .Inne..... Christ diet I mull, of n..". MISSIONARYBAPTIST' _

i Farm Service Inc.I THURSDAYYouair for uso"1....., we find that A* we follow Godwe CHURCH
Peoole Service 7:3C pm.
Today when we no dilltrfntly neck can Klory In tribulation for we know Cast Cyprooo ... ANertn Bob Turner Standard Station
Your "PURINA" Dealer nomethlnjr extra In our purchase, I th.t..11 thinir work together for If'KMJ| "..... A"..
Oarden and Farm Supplies wonder If you hat ever given thought to them that love (.t..l| SUNDAY Mary. Carter P.101.Taylor tt
24 S. Brevard Arcadia WA.o321I to the many bonuses In -klntr end We find also that the love of God' In Sunday School S4S: ..... 3
I St. Punta. Oorda NC 2S171 WA S14IIChrist
NOCATIK BAPTIST mrvinir> God There aru many to IMS shed. I.)''''iH l I In our J....rt.. This I love of Morning Worship 11.00 ant last Oak St. )
CHURCH found by faith read the J Sil,I Evening ....
SUNDAY as vise e. God will CHUMu* to love the down and WU>NUgAY

Sunday School S-4S a m. Coda Holy( Word. outs ax well us the ut' and outn. We Prayer Service 7JO .....
Morning Worship 11:OO a... If you would tfo to the!' fifth chapter find abler' that we are Jutlfl| l b y the
Sunny South Pocking Company Training Unto 6-43: pjn. of Romans you would find many of the wonderful "hoe..1| | of (hrlst. Martin / Co.
Evening Worship 7.45 p.m. txmusen! llnfrd/ In the first nine verfteN. Luther ilefiniti4in of Justified. wa, Building Supply

Arcadia. Florida First of all let me rail your attention Mju.t as It I had lled.M Then we alert .ROwNdILI. BAPTISTCHURCH ".,.,,'h"' T. Build Anythlasj**
to verse one where we find that belnic find that wu shall U saver! from the .
justified by faith we hate peace with wr.th'n ronie. through Our I.onl and SUNDAY WA S-ieoi 11 S. Monroe. A...

FIRST. BAPTIST CHURCH tail through our Lord. Jesus ChrUt. Savior Jr. .u. (;hrl... Three preclou. Sunday School IOOO) aja.Morning .
Rev. SHeppard Bryan This Is the neace that passes I all undcrMtandintr. bonu4 should move each of us to want Worship' JIGO: .....
Smith's X-Cel Store N. Polk eV Hickory Then we see we have access to servo God ao that we might\\r tHsesM >" Training Union. SJO pm.
SUNDAY by faith !Into the wonderful Grace of ni as will lilt pn>,fea.M'r.. Evening WersMp TJ4J: pja. Tropical Termite Control Inc.

Fertilizers Feeds Ranch Supplies Sunday. School! 9:43 ...... WEDNESDAYPrayer ,
Saddles Halters. Bridles Moraine Worship 11OO: am. .. Bible Study Tao pat Home Owned snot 0..4A )

a-42t 117 W. MagnoliaBi.'l Training Union t.43 pjn Oweranteed Post Central, ..,....
Evening Worship aoo pIlL L'.._. and" IneureO'
WEDNESDAY: 11 N. Polk Areedla. WA t-tlsl
Distributorof LATTER DAY' SAINTS'
; Monroe and Whldden 114 W. Oak Blroe
(In Owens) flu" l.f >K *4 IOOO .. m.Afradla .
Sunday Mass (IIOO: a. m. n Undenominational roll 0.....
. SKALTgST DAIRY PRODUCTS Weekday Mass 7 JO .. m. SUNDAYSunday W ..n. na Club .......)' aWheel .ION e m.Morning J & M Form Mork

: "Get The Beet Oet Sealteef* NOCATgg MKTHVOIST. No Mass on Tuesday and Worship School: 1000 11;DO am.Morning am.Training stafranwm Stead Meeting llradentooCHURCrtOFTHa SAO pjn.Cartes Worship. |11..00'... ooeph and Mildred L.III.."......
tLa fttesKvangeltotio
Home DeliveryS. CHURCH Thursday Union e.3O n.Evening Pn1aoI OardeM Proofs. Veq.lablpSuad.y .
p ..
s Hlltoberewgn. WA .UU SUNDAY Worship t 30 pm Service. 7J4 pa*. FreeH Frwite Flo. ware A BfcrweeReMte

School 1100.sn. NORTH HILLSBOROUOH WEDNESDAY NAZARtNslNer If ....,,, A........ Florida.
Morning Worship ; n Polk end Olte** -
, Youth Srrvkre TJO pm.Prayer (Member. of .Ke SovtKerM. Prayer Service 7JO pare SUNDAY

sacs River Moving & Storage WEDNESDAY Bas>.te 1 Co..*ent.e..i) ___ Sunday' Hehonl ...> ...... TRINITY METHODIST
. >Service 7 JO pan. 13* NortH HMtseoro n" A... Mornla Worship II CO .... CHURCH
. Local and Le>0S D........ Mevlne ArsadLa.. ".*.*41.. CHRISTIAN. SCIENCE NYJ'Jl 430 pal Wee Oak Si. at Or..... Ave.l Arcadia Seafood Market

. |Anywftere A..I.... (Wrrklr.. Sch*H.le ef Srrviree) Servlres are bvtng hold t/y Evetkin. Mrrvtre *JO .... *... Refurwnd Ha ree Mrs. Cainerlfte M.._. Owner A Mgr.'

. [. Oak ... WA t1101Courtesy UNDAYSunrUy art InMntval. group of <"hrstln8c TUESDAY BUNDAYsMay All Mlnee er ".... and Sea real.w .......
School a-4S a. ... Meettag > Krtkoel a 41 a..
: ntl.t..n rnl Cottage Prayer
| Sumlay fM>
If S. Monroe A HI. WA S-4271
Mornla Worship IIO m. ... Morning Worship IIOO a as.Erewlng .
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH at II s/clocai. In the Vrw fUU.on 7 JO pm.
Union 4T24 MV? IS.IS ......
feet Maple Street I* VMIo Plea Training p. sn.Kvenlng East: Cp".... Alre.t'svt4"
. ....*.... M. ..tAe# WEDNESDAYt.W_-'atp 7 JO m the water lower All la. Prayer WELKOIDA. .- Worship. 7iSO pm.
., Veer SUNDAY UrewlOTl most ceraielljrtle 1. tnt.DAY
are a--
. Alb!. fldkool 0 4. ... Prayer Meeting Bred ruble t to attend.ARCADIA. CHURCH OF OOO KvontasT Preyer Ber.t Friendly Shell Dealers Morning Wersnh Sou ..... steely 1H p. ... 7jOOTrsUUAg p.. Jonn P. "Cntek". Bwe*>an.. Owner
We Ale Handle ".- eee OeedyeTlree Jtaalor daurcts I...S S .... ---- ',L ".", "... 6. jososee "..&M* rare and ,*.*.."... 8ejels ewSeleo .
sad ......... Youth.Masnpjst I 30 pas.E OAK HILL' BAPTIST CHURCH SgVfNTH.OAVAOVINTIST Cee4 Oek fe.e.1 ..", ... Retail. Rental e* &.Met.O
...etnST BTeirsHo 7JO pm. JKJNDAYxMwlsy CHURCH PS>O Mchoel IvOO. ... SUNDAY '
Marairof Wsrer.ap 11 00. ... Past.. Ralp" .. La/awe Re41A ,.,..--... SJO ....
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