The Arcadian
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079901/00026
 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 18, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- De Soto -- Arcadia
Coordinates: 27.2175 x -81.86 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Jan. 9, 1925).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579554
oclc - 33424602
notis - ADA7400
lccn - sn 95047230
System ID: UF00079901:00026
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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f Reservoirs Seen As Possible Solution To Arcadia City Water Ills ,

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Reservoirs perhaps a dozen. recent experience with green said would cause algae to be the greatest potential of any without having to go through supply most of Charlotte ..

could possibly solve Arcadla's algae formations in the water caught, settle to the river bottom river in Florida, a* a sourceof Health Department channels. County.
water.. problems Bill d Cross has Intensified the city's pro- die. and thus provide water and for recreation.: A proposed hurricane levee Anyone with a reasonable
r> dent engineer 01 the Peace blems. Such concentraton of
Reset, Basin purer water by the time the The Southwest Water District now under study, across the solution to the expanding water
District told the foreign matter causes plant
Arcadia Rotary Club Tuesday.The employees to have to flush out river flows past the Arcadia under the present *etupmust .,' mouth of Peace River at Charlotte needs and the solving of

problem of water for its treatment plant equipment water intakes. go through the Stat," Harbor should be broadened the bad water problem could
the city which gets its water dally rather than the once The cost of such a reservoir Board of Health In .olvlna' into a permanent dike. become: a 'millionaire', the resident ,",
({from Peace River has been each six weeks under normal project would be prohibitive emergency: water problems Cross quoted U.S. Army engineers engineer said. The entire r
one of the most important Items conditions.A unless federal aid was the area. New legislation lnj} as recommending.' It problem Is a long range
on the local agenda for series of dams and reser- sought Cross said. He also said Is needed so the } would create a permanentfresh question and will take a long- i I,
the past several years and voirs on- Peace River. CrossWater stated that Peace River had can tackle* water problems; water lake which could' range answer he said

Helen Bretton Selected -ri


( State FFA Sweetheart

1 Miss Helen Bretton. a senior hearts contested for the title vana. DeLand. and Winter Haven \
at DeSoto High School next of state sweetheart last Friday bad all won sweetheart In '
year won the coveted title of evening. June 12. Four chapter the past twenty ;years since the
State FFA Sweetheart at the sweethearts had an added state convention was initiatedby (Every Good Thing Florida Offers Is In DeSoto County In Abundance) : ;
annual FFA state convention Incent've to win in order to Mr.' Doyle Conner.
held in Daytona Beach during give their chapter the second The win by Miss Bretton Twelve Pages 10 CENTS Arcadia, Florida Thursday Juno 18, 19C4. Volume XXXX No.,33 }f'r '
the week of June 8, 1964. state sweetheart in the story gave DeSoto's chapter of FFAthe 1
Climaxing the week-long of tn. convention. Sweetheart honor of being the first
convention six district sweet candidates from DeSoto. HaDeSoto's chapter to have tow state
sweethearts. Six years ago Efforts Underway To MakoThisYearls . 1
Miss Sallie McSwain won the
title of state FFA Sweetheart.

Miss for title district for Bretton the 6 DeSoto not which only chapter is won the largest but the Parade For 36th Annual All-Florida Rodeo Best Yet 1

district of the FFA districts.
Efforts are under way to The Rodeo parade' Is a community .. atlons In their projects and to members. All entries for the chairman; Mrs.\ llatlie Fletcher
In the audience when De make this July 4th Rodeo Parade effort of' all DeSoto improve the rodeo arena It event must be decorated and Mrs. Hugh. ItUBtiln. Charlie
Soto's FFA sweetheart vied for the biggest and best In Ihe County and club groups and Is one of the best advertising the' puratie will begin promptly Hill Fred Orady. Hugh Flanders '
1 state sweetheart. were the two," history. of the annual All.Florida Individuals are urged- to help mediums the-county has New- .t in ..m.. July 4. The PMr tle and new members from 'I
mothers of states sweethearts, Rodeo it was announcedhere by putting an entry. Into the Ion said. route will be announced later. the Junior Woman Club Mr\ .
Mrs. Jack Dretton and Mrs. this week by Lawrence parade. Profits from the rodeoare Entries van be made by Members of the parade committee Judy Werti and Mrs Mickey e
I Gordon McSwain. Newton parade chairman. used to help local organ I- contacting parade committee' are Lawrence Newton Mclv.r. I

e Cr Both DeSoto sweetheartswere
the voice pupils of Miss

4 e a ++ Leona at Moreland DeSoto High choral School.director Rodeo Ticket r

Miss Moreland has been present : Tampa Industrial Leader
t1tly a : both times her pupil won
: Bretton.and she Mccumpaiiietl Helen Sales Start; J1"J I

During; her year's reign as
state FKA sweetheart Mis\ I Office ..
+t. .3 Bretton will make a numberof Opens
DeSoto Chamber
fairs.appearances for FFA af //'al SpeakerIdeas

TUkets for the All-Florida I

Championship Itadeo will goon
sale today as office headquarters Arcadia. street wens: Women used. to help get more aaje" the county' has to produce Main Street near U.S. IT ''Th.northern .
Rcc Program for the event are sitting In car In front of Industrie' will be presented toa lu lure more industries. here. part of the AtUntt

Start Set opened at 0 Weat Oak street at City Hall with doors wide opento group of DeRolo County leader The DeHotu County. Chamberof Coast Line Itallroadi passengerdepot I
Cummerce was reorganised was leased to the chamber
the location of the old& Friendly beat the heat and energetically ors the Palm House' Thurssday
and| streamlined this spring soil and' converted) Into the
t For June 19 ".a ktot. It w.. announcedhere fanning a sleek fat mama July 3. at a special noun moved Into a new homo on chamber's headquarters
this week. dog sprawled luxuriously luncheon. Claude Jon.,. Industrial
The recreation
pregram Sale of ticket and registration .
In DeSoUi county will of contestants will.,, en back seat, .. ... City ..- ,Development Committee

Helen Bretton get underway Friday. June 19, under the supervision. 0( M.U. r i1.aala .* men taking Untie out from wa- chairman,: has announced.The .
..... t1u. Florida: F. r. A.Sweethe N1. **- asi. ..rt.,.. dl.MarSM..ootWII.....lfHHy'- law ".t+Mtgbl. .., ..asalai speaker wilt be State Realtor Leader, -
.f -Cfcartwr O."Weavercfrmto
.:.... \ headquarters building. push parked pickup truck William (Bud) O It more, head.
has announced. This will be the MOl All back. to curb after It roiled Into of the Greater .Tampa Cham .1
Students Interested In joinIng Florida Championship& Rodeo traffic lane . bet of eamm....'. Industrial
: In the program. ar* urgedto and contestants from all over Committee For
City Building May register Friday June 19, at the United States are expected We took the time the other "He will tell u* what to do Speaker Banquet
school to be on hand for the events. day. to slop to look at the trophies and what kind of package wo
the high
Working cowboys and cowgirl on display In the front must have to attract new In.du.trlea .
Students attending Fort Og- from many Florida ranches will window of. Kod 'a Drug Bw.... her*,** Jones.. said Arcadia Realtor will hr awe honored, that UM Dar
den. Nocatee. Memorial West compete Will these trophies be sward 'The dutch treat luncheon .. 'their guest the state president Solo County' Hoard of Realtor
Hit Million Mark Elementary and DeSoto High The first A IN Florida Rodeo. ed to winners at the Quarter will ... sponsored by the Chamber of the Florida Aasocla.* U being visited by the prl%
schools. wiU register for the waa begun In 1929 by the Horse Shew scheduled for July of Commerce's Industrial lion of .Realtor on Tuesday. dent of th* Florida& Aasoeiaton
program at the DeSoto High American Legion K Post and second and third at UM rodeo Commute, with business. clvuj. June 29. It warn announced 'today of Realtors the .local prescient
Building permits for the her this week. This" Is already auditorium between 8, IS a..... was the brainchild .*> Claude grounds? and Industrial leader Invited. by.. Worley Whldden. pr.ad.n' ..- said Ito. added that. other Heat
City of Arcadia during the higher than the entire. total for and 3.3O: p.m. C. Jones and C. H. Cadagaa. At any rate, all are mighty Although Denote .has one of af the Dedoto County tor official. Invited to t n .
month of May 1964. totaled Actual activities will start Th. two Legtonalres were handsome and would merit a the most diversified. economies Hoard of Realtor went! 'Include William II.. Up.
SU.M7.03.. it was reported 1M3 which was 13.,131. andit June 23 and continue unUI practically. commanded' by K minute of your time for a look. of the agricultural rich .heartof Whlddn sakl Harry J. Vet pout Jr.. vice-president. F.A.K.
U believed that.the. 1M4 July 31. Monday July C will Post to come up with a weeklag -0- the Peace River valley, there drmlr. Fert Lauderdal Mr. Nina S. Hin.. Slh Drat.
total may well go over the 1- be a holiday for the program. Idea for a way to pit, for Two Arcadia Florida Hi h- has not. been any new maor) head of .the V.OOO member Real V..*. of FAR.
million mark.Through Arts and crafts classes for the new American Legion way Patrol' Troupers have been Industry moving her .In a mum'bar tors organisation, will speak Wives of local Hoard member
Missing SubjectsAre May. SO of .this year, grades one through five will Home. assigned to temporary. duty In of years.' .I a special dinner meeting of are Invited U* UM meeting
halfway mark for the 1M4 be conducted by Mrs. Louise They dreamed up a statewide North Florida. The assignments. Gulf Naval Slores and the the lord) no." of fUoltor. to IM held al the Country
Sought By total the amount stands at Albrltton. Mrs. Marlon Martin rud_. They bad no mon. came In lelu, of the racial difficulties Central Transformer Corpora- Also. Invited to attend are Club and the principal ad-
S4M.70S. Mrs. Betty Crockett. Carl eye no stock no arena and that part of the stale lien. are Iwo of the larger" Industries Claude 'Jones, ftryan. Mack geese will be given by the visiting
Local. Officials IIH was Arcadia' last big Uradthaw will, conduct the arts Continued( on page -A>)> .has been .pertrnctng lately. moving 1.Inc.\ John 0.1.... Willis Pvocotk. state president. Dinner
building year when permit for, and crafts menses for grade Troopers from patrol posu World War. II. plus a numberof awl Karl' Nbersjcr., will ... served at 7S3O= pin
Report* on activities from !1.4Mk33: were. issued for th*, six Uurough 12. In nearby. counties sr'. assist* smaller. Industries' and new Vwrdermeter has been In the
the Sheriff department and building of the Royal. Howard Bob ZJartin.. John Oambrell Ft. Ogden Study log Arcad"'a.1..... new In bu.......... real **tala profasion 10 years
Florida Highway Patrol for subdivision.Th and lien Fishburn will super-. covering Oeftote County. during The largest single. payroll In and b Ihe owner and operator'
this week show both departments year's largest building; via. sport activities at th* Hearing' Tonight' the absence of TrooperQuint Dvftoto. "' __er. I I. the' stale's of a real estate and insurance
looking for missing sutrJecta. permit was Issued to the Arcadia .high. .. scnowl' physical education Te D..... CeeMy ..*.eel. *** Morris and 3, C lr*- huge (1, Pierre Wood hospital firm In Fort Lauderdal. II. t*
J Th Sheriffs department Housing"' Authority for building a..", will meet. l_la"t at 1h southeast of Arradls.Agriculture a former president and Real
la looking for a stolen Irrigation the low-rent housingproject Swimming Is scheduled at **. at the eeertfcewee te volt.0- la the basic .Industry Ur *f the Year af Ihe Hoard
pump and the Highway of U29.3M. TM ta U eo.UM Forbes pool under the direr. study r.s *ime e'.tli. .* made During the presentation of and Include beef cattle. ,. of Realtor In hi* city.
petrol foe a missing mace construction of M unit I! Uon of Mr*. Nelma Stone. Jar e<* toe resent _'.,. ef 9\ /Its spring concert In May the which was a thriving Industry A native of New Jersey the
Sheriff Lloyd Holton told the Negro section, where w Ins I i rett Thompson. Howard Forbe* Odes ........ H wee .... De&... County .High.. ftcnool during. the> civil' ware citrus Realtor I slate preakeml *V
The Arcadian that penen or. previously located a alum.area.,,, and Wt.ver.. Swimming will _.*.e4 l.*.e 'M.?. Vocal Musk. Department recorded fruit and vegetable.. tended New York University
pel sons unknown stole an Irrigation and for a 20-tjnU white development include Instruction of hoer A r.*ert teem tit* -rvsyteam the selertlons .. Its The county .... been making !r. and moved to Florid In l.4*,
pump from a field In the eastern part ol.r swimmer Intermediate swimming ...*_IN.... Cart ..,$..,. vsrtou rhoruses. strong bids for tourists. and (Continued. on page 1-A)
owned by. Dwayne. Morris on the city, *td elementary wafer .f ..* State Depart***** efK On sat.. now ,for $>.. I la atwstve only recently. the city' enlarged
the Limestone Rood at the Another large building pro safely.Rglatration.. .*.....t.*... and M. C, Mnsftell. -Ineh U record of Owe and .Improved the shuffletioardcourt .
Hardee-DeSoto County Un*. gram will be the OymnaUicturn for stud*nta atp M_l*.eirs4lv* .si.is**.*. DeSot*) Hl.h School Chert**** *. Will
May 34.Tb. financed Jointly by. th> tending; Smitn.Hrown schoolI te ..*. PNa .....st aeeeHo In. **tavg Caveat IM4. Arcadia... Ihe rouoty ...t. Ual Courthouse
Sheriff said the culprit county city .utd school board I I will .be held on Jesse 1* at UMschool ..**.-*. will' .. read ey MMeer The** records. may. .be Owe UM creasroed ef Iwo Innprbet
went. Into the ...14 after dark at approximately $U, OO. cafeteria. '. Chased ., lte.4t Jewelers. M Florid highway UJI. Close Saturdays
cut the rubber au. hoa and loaded down town Assails. or by roll' highway, 11 glad the rr_-__te In
pump onto a truck and big Idles l.--.. Mont.td. WA Florida 19.Jenea order to comply with UM
drove ..r. Deputies. nave not OL TIMER MYSTERY PICTURE. NO LONGER MYSTERY .7Ut. cd! the Deflate leader losing hour of ether FVwWaCourthouse
bean able to locate the pump AU msislt levers and wPprtas want to beer frwx Ullmnre UM DeSuto County
and any. one with Information os dtorsl .wtuaM are tar what. kind ** "........ pcft HAftnV J, VONDCMMK1CH: iiaard of Conunlostonats. an.
pertaining .* .... theft la re- wiled. .. support Ui.11 eAoMe Bounced UJ week that besuvnm >
0 i..s.W.d .. pnone UM Sheriff highs ..lkM4. Vocal Mwide p.. 'July II. ..*.. UM Court
W. M. Holey Right Selectkmi bouse will bo loU on 81.*
pans isit aryof pulekaNadae
Trooper Quintans .......... of tl eo* flaw re..oraa for only Men's urd. a.
.... Florida.. Hibw. PetrU I* 'a ""f ****. Met lodist Club 'In UM peat lhe cuurthowM*
ioma-Ue: for IK* awawr. ., a wa* UM **r.'wean/ '"pordmcst Car Tfc* Areadl**. MiL and Mr*. Nit Martts.Mrs. -.- office have stayed opeto a
1ST'ford Station Wagun gnat last week to tb. Meaiuiy of tar dd in f>4*. ......... I* UM only eM of 'The' Arcadia Cur C.-t' hlfdy on Saturday Most
cawsed a* accident ost SR-7 Myflery Mn.W. M. HJT. w/k. Thejr bad si* rblldren. feM P the few srhr ride. M Aran. will rash ...*..*,.. ".... Tl *< ., t... office, under UM new
eat ., Arcade Let Monday by per ssiun fcs a wat driller, of wbaeai arw)llvWuL T>rf < 7 p**, !. lake op IMfin* edI Little Winner ruling, wilt open" at a::3O avm.and .'
.. rt... born AD Teat MrL : dia. TTer are It* livtog League close al 4:3O: .....*.. Conv*
.......... Mr I ** e VS t ki MI. MI... left over Puss UM ltregular -
A.wdbi I. W retreat. theMaUcw a. Jon* Tr/l"*Ti bur left af**... 1., .i.r Mrs. bwtwlh !'tel. t PAre-. Na'Iwg' .M waa. snamin-. mlasKmer. nnoua ed.
Mr, Ifoiler waVhkf... *..d InUM In week. ...
rush office Wk*
w....n cne.Md AIde theltrsk early a*. wtiai Wa fawttty fat be.. UM. wek.TIM '
et .peMud byGu .. .... Miss to. FTvcida.Tkwy arbMil. W OM ..,.., and reed il)054 4 Co**.*y MM******* TV* tea" bwy b* .bailing UM la* eoJIectAeV. office wU
a eM' > .
wd ..,....... .1 plara.rta.wesnrann first .....fd. 19 tb.> tall worked* tut' aevermf. "yeer. Jat .County. Oiasiifailimni*VMa CoMtty Saardad ........ .. Use. LHUv:, t>. ....s .vear** ate Hans limitr. open for a few hour at ..I.nf
.eat .s leaf Mr.<< farm" sad. gees %.. J.t.vtroag pe.Ms' ............ a ffeamnia + Me.tMdu.. .1**; JWM Kiu-n. during the week &It wa* ao
ter dt4.iag Sortaiej acee. Isotley. .ots... a aO .w5aad. set f l.
he edwor ... % a wUdiV3rtig a1ea1n .. ..nasal sod MNkdlet. ......; **fw.r*<* Uenften. il 4na.d.Summer.
43 .alas i we e11Ne and. weal i1. ......... lee tsar Today nigh.. Ja n. Tb racked ep OOMM very bop**** Harts**. Joe Curtis t4ewbeery. .
1Wc'.Rsa' >"+.d fast Uwk... ...- ...... A--'e Watstay tif. .*.f. a weak be. stuff. ass.. (Cillnus1 at* post -AReport > ..- ..rr..** fee !..--iv. Ck/l*. ....; Tony Cluid-
C'W. 1"u... -.ad .... De.... ...-. sea.Ia. ........ M I" firs ball *f U* Ito ry, Hd.**. .*.; Cteavl. L v-
...t all ...c .. .rte ,.... ....-. Seid.slty .......r rnwe AM early riser. ad a barewoiklsM. -- said... ......... CTC. -413.; SiMrmanYim Scheol
Itse.as a .p t.e sell aa 1M servep. ..... w. Y. e....... /e.s- as.w. M:, ..*.., k a- T1W ........... Mulch ..k. i. kXer O**; Md ltrdUa Starts June 22
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eesmeesd. 7. e.r esart wee- ........ vy .. br 4 a. am. and *.Miai Weather and. Motfgee' Tile Co iaii y H..te... JNM; llertt
fire. w.gw, war of tdre Ierlagstwst tree..: Fee. 5..d saw *. led. ....** (2 ssNalWnl. M. I i T_ fins**.** sac ",.. ball. ... MeUMdiK, .MI. andKM rummer ....... at D./l.4.
Ella AI1. a beer .... t.tress. ....... ..... e. .fA ..4r issue eapM .... .es a* a .e .. IS. et the alaadUngaEsb "*>... KWr. J4- High will begin Monday. June
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alt dabewe ........ M la. A............ h ry and ssoeeelm. an amsirs.. teem woe da sad Mal TIM ascend Mall of UM. sea n. Course will rte In Matte.Bclenco. .
Ana A- d.eerytM Tbla _a'e mr.My ....... he eon wtdI bM veadcit4hw.\' wly w ..... iis r.gnrl+r play .*.* at aw. underway and ** Cnglial and Soew
.. -tit. .rte N'iblr ....... ...... ....... pose 1. ....... A.M.1114. He etieea art M/ung S. My o.w high ....., aMra bW N ? f1 jam. the eardUwj. to report. Uu half 1.* studio. Teachers wilt b* ,..-
lr M a bas. ....o tr..a aga.isaiU ...... Jeer J.> MMJeaWII r SItog- to ,...,w. .......** std Wend and. Mia Sidney'--
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2-A TIlE ARCADIAN, Arcadia FlorIda Thursday, June 18, 1964 i #r a !l.

," I J.. -: t* Campbell Mrs. H. 1.. Carlton

L & E Club Had Mrs. B. L. Davis Mr*. O. D..
t Arcadia Garden ll. '
Dobson. Mrs. W. S'nbtcher.M .
CHIT CiiATt Business: ,Meet ,.. A. P. Holloman, Airs. H.

I : Tbe L & E Club held its L. Johnson.' Mr*. .Calvin. Mar-.

dl a3y' .ar. smL 111 111rA : Officers Are Installed annual,"business June 3rd.meeting at the Wednesday borneof tm.Mrs. W. C. McAnly, Mrs.i .

Mrs. J. A. Latlmer 20 W. Donald McKay. Mrs.A. D.,.Mig

lli lt Orange Avenue. This being the liore, Mrs. Lloyd: Ryals, Mrs.J. .
s t Tho Arcadia Garden Club ful associates; ; all must share final meeting of the Mason, A. Simmons, And Mrs. John

rn< L at Garden Center Moni the load. the hostesses 1101 r.. Latlmer York.
i, Jun.' 1, at 3:00: p.m. A Mrs. White took the Chair Mrs. C. D. Boring. Mrs.. D. O. Mrs dRier had as her guest,
''K,, bislnesi was conducted after MIJ Montgomery placedthe Barnett Mrs Lillian Wright Slit Claudia Spence of Mont.
+ ,, i'is: i'It..Ht.1.enl. Mrs. J. Club pin on her shoulder. and Mrs. Henry Lanler entertained gomery. Ala. a house guest in
p : : TEIi'S DAY .J>-.iiicry into paw many Alter her opening remarks as with a lovely luncheon the Lamer home.

K 'I : hinenia by the Club to goners) policies for the coming cpiuliUnz of seafood salad
IS dUnE 21ST I ju WS her 'ttlJ'J'ro.f office. term a short business garnished with egg and tomato I

W n the abW feWatanve of meeting was held- .One piece asparaaas, with\ cheese
in ;-c loyal member who re-! of business wa the, vote to sauce olives, hot rolls, and
Yes do remember Dad on Sunday. It really.. is nice .... arty attended the meeUrtgs change Club day to the first lemon meringue tartes. The
to have a "MAN AROUND THE HOUSE.;. so show i ." ,in out projects under Thursday, and advance the party. rooms were decorated
him that you love him. Hu will like that. I r .n;*>u-dtlon. Garden Centeris tlm'e'o 2.20: p.m. The club with, potted plants .and spring
nearing completion and be- closed its meetings o till Octo flowers.
AN UNUSUAL 1IO1UIV comcone 01 the several re ber. Mrs. Donald McKay reviewed
Monday morning, It. I,. Pri.: '. CIO N. Polk Avenue i ,..: utUaU*>ns for which the Itefrahrnent were!! served by. the highlights of the years.
came into the office with 8 tios tcr: .N, yellow with age ty may be ptoud. Mrs. C. L.L ;. the fol1lwinhoateaHa/ : Mrs. programs on "Contemporary
The postmark on the crird showed! that they had .hen : M "i"o"n., w.ia elected Corresponding Bele. Chess Mr*. I. D. filler Ideas and Ideals".

mailed in 1J>OG and 1D0) ?. Mr. Price, a fprmer saw and ;. Secretary to replace Mrs. tterold Wilaux. Mrs. Mrs. 'A. D. Migliore president -
I s h.-I.itic. Gore who resigned Mizell\ and'Mrs. Everett the business
Floyd presided during ..
scissort sharpener, nnvf works Q 8 a carpenter, and has I 1t't I." .
:'i.tt oil co to continue Pub- the
as Mizell. session. At this time
/-arrJD wwDf7SNGT
remodclml iiany' the old hdrllP'I!' hi and 'around Ar- +
.; ,ly Chairman at the request nominating committee presented -
cadia. His hobby, for many, years has been .collecting ", (..I., .,tc tht incoming President, Mrs.\ the following slate of officers I
old stamps ond old" JiclurcA.VhlJo renovating, Violet It. White. for the coming year.
an old home for J. L. iJi&hontf Realty, located on N. .. Mr*. S. W. Bail conducted Charles Dirr They are: Mrs. David Browder, 1 Do You Know A f
Polk Avenue, he picked up some cards that wero scattered .. ', ,. I. the Installation service in an president; Mrs. Donald Mc June Bride
on the floor and kept a few. They were all addressed L.: ,..d Jf1.i:, .... n mplrlng; manner. The retiring Wins PromotionCharles Kay,. vk -president; Mrs. J. A. -

to Albs P/tuline Smith, now Mrs. John J When our collector saw. In last week's paper. Under the .;r.lsl ruler$..... '" :,dltiaR) nt. and. each In turn brought. L. Dirr a member Campbell treasurer..
forwu''U her Mrs. of the Tift College tine arts
replacement. Mrs. Browder appointed the
55::; where Mist Paulino Smith returned to
years ago '
: l'cfi t adc.ieied her remarks to faculty since 1881, has following on the program and
her home Friday night after attending school In North -
vC''O ':rh a* they came forward upped to assistant professor of book committee: Mrs.
Carolina for two bell in his and he $ f. year
years, a rant ears, naming the qualities necessary Organ and Theory. Bruce Davis Mrs. Henry Lanier -
..... -"
remembered) seeing that name on a card, even though tor fitness: for the office, in lie was formerly instructorin and Mrs. John H. Tread-
he did not know her. He told ,me that he meant no :, : addition to the duties prescribed Organ and Theory. well. III.Members.
harm by collecting the old cards .. just a hobby Ha t In the bylaws ot the Dirr received his B.M. at attending other

enjoyed looking nt old cartta. Many of them were ;club.: DePauw University and his than the hostesses, were Mrs.
from Arcadia, and depicted scenes! from hero. One The Recording Secretary M.M. from the University. of David Browder. Mrs. Bryan
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carroll Jr. must read, write and reason Michigan.He -
was a very beautiful picture of I'eaco River, and an- ,. -
wMl: M.S. O. D. Langford. The is spending the summer aasa.ra sa
other of Firnt Methodist Church of lurch
one a very
Treasurer is most importantand with his parents in Arcadia
looking orange prove, and one that I could not ponsib- Miss Barbara Ann Amos Becomes requires integrity, accuracy Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dirr. Sr., \
ly figure out where it is. It is a narrow hard) road!, and wisdom: Mrs.\ E. J. 203 N Manatee Avenue.RONNIE'S .

with shrubbery palmettoes' and huge palms on the Bride of Frank Carroll Jr. Clement. The Corresponding I'
side, and the caption read: Road to the lake, Arcadia Secretary. 1s a "mlMlonary," I' \

}'orltla., Wish 'wo could find the lake now. No, it Miss Ilarbara Ann Amos became introduced guests to the bride who touches the outside pointsof TIDBIT

was, not Luke Katherine. the bride of Frank Car and groom Mr. and Mrs. Car- Interest; Is also the Information Published every Thursday morning at ,207-zot.: W.4f
roil, Jr. Friday June 12. at roll, who stood under an arch bureau for the club: Mrs. Tomorrow's chance you do .
Oak Street P.O. Box C70. Arcadia Florida. 33821. Earl E.
{ CONFIRM HOTKI.::. IlKHKKVATION: TO FAIn First Baptist Churoh. The bride entertwlnctt with ferry and red C. L. Cravens. The First Vice not need to borrow, today .
> Or you may find yourself in the 'nurno predicament Is the daughter of Mrs Harry carnations, Mr. and Mr\ Frank: President Is the Emergency Is here. Neiberger. editor-publisher; Margaret O. Neiberger. business -'
that Katherine, and Homer' Welle when Road Relief Department. always manager. Entered as Second Class Matter; October 17,
were they arrived lllfflry, 930 Hampton Carroll Sr., and the bride's '
there, accompanied by daughter Kay Parker, and West Palm. Beach, and Jim attendants.The ready to serve: Mr; Harold i iVdcux. 1024 at the Post Office at Arcadia.Florida under' ,,Act ot

had to waiit in the hotel lobby for three hours before Amos, Coeua. Mr. Carroll is bride's table was beautifully \ The Second and Third Congress! of March, 3. 1171. ._ '

their room was vacated The Coast Line had made up the lIOn of Mr. and Mrs. Frank appointed with gleaming Vice Presidents are also Emergency I Member, Florida Press Association National Editorial

the tour, with hotel reservations. Fair Shown etc. Carroll Arcadia. Sr.. :XI Walnut St.. white linen, with the tiered are in Relief training at any for time presidency ; they # Association, International Conference of Weekly '.Newspaper -
Homer said that it crossed his mind to confirmthe wedding cake In the center
never : Mr. E. C. Plank and Mrs. Editors., Sigma. Delta Chi. :
Bryan I
The Reverend Sheppard and the bridesmaids bouquets .
hotel accommodations, but I have been watching, F. Ithode.
Johnny Carson' on TV every night, and from what ho performed the Impressivedoublering on either side Mm. I>iutee The" president wears the royal IDEAL FOR DAD Advertising Representatives Florida Press Service.
In a Converse and M r Kiiaene: .
cn-mony. a.
says, it would have made no difference. Ho has Introduced but effective setting of Wcy served do, cake J'rfijt In audience who to have ability wisdom and give New York New York; Atlanta..Georgia; Detroftj( Michigan.
many J people out the came palm trees and enndlelabra Ing at the punch. tatla" wctcMri. RONNIE'S JI wsP ,
New York with reservation and arrived to find out with lighted candles forming a fill Kelly und Mrs Klte-. gad government. The new officers Subscription Rates:-One Year $4.00; Six Months!.$ .2J. ,
that the rooms were already occupied. and would haveto background. Baskets of white worth Keen. Mrs. Stuart Itvrd wire charged to perform Cast Oak St.
their duties to the best of their Single Copy Mailed-23 Cents.
find nnothcr. and many In desperation return chrysanthemum were pUcvd served as a floating ho.tcs.. Arcadia Florida
ability The members of Back Iuue-23 Cents
home. That in a very bad ultuatlon. and something on each side of the rostrum The bride graduated from that tasks were reminded Dial WA .17.1 Copy

should be roaea In the center. Wedding fuel she .WAS chosen IM
time after they finally not their room, und got
settled. music Was presvntrU by Mrs. atlas. IXIS. HII.*. wUs a m<.iur.
Hilly Norton organist. ,an.l '
I" \41tU'f.. and prr"
MORE NKWH OP'Ollit' ftlLLKfiK: KTUDKSrT: t 2'' Mt 4 Arn\6ii\ .lolL l l jiluT!? t..sViiruitf.1uteje. T...&(.Mar

In a news relrtiso from University of Florida GnlnvI ,''''- sang l'yoi! 'Nevrr'. Walk "A-. Club., She is aSs aectrm5SWcf.c" ,

JJJ t', Mary Dell Hatcher, daughter of Lester I Hntch, lone"Whither"Wedding. Prayer.Thou. '.(Loest'Yand seamstress, making not ou' .
received her Master\ of Arts in-Teachlnu; degree on Wednesday her own wedditmlttn*. |>n. +
The bride given In marriageby
iluIrehnea of all ot li>t'r .t-
June 17th. She plans to study abroad this her father, wore traditional tcndutitK. a* well.

summer.And among: the 8 Florida students receiving honors fashioned while with wedding a fiU.*l budico gown The groom K'..' wcl| fron

at Illdffecroat as members' tho Staff Council is Muddy of Alertcon lace, with bog DvSolu Utah. b. ItMil.' ., unit ,wn." :
to 1'C( n.|tt lit (le tt I l.' f"
Keen, son of Mottle and! Kl: Is worth I Keen. who will l bo' sleeve ending in points overthe for one Mtneat** beft.n<< r'p..rt-f i .
and 33 small satin
wrists :
staff for tho A senior at the
representative summer. log to the Nvf. lie h..lr'ter IK
o\ereil button down the buck.
University of Southern Mlsslnitlppl. he is serving his The full skirt of satin W"I In the HotiMUt I Ctorp S>'f l4'.'i

third summer as u llidtfccrctt staffer.CONTACT overlaid by silk, organza that and Operation Brrwol! Ho arbeen
taking/ courses lh.ilfil)
had Inserted are pattern cut
help hint when he gu out ol
you rend about a 14 year old boy. Steve Drown.of from by Alvncon haiul. larw Hhe and carried. aewe. l the army arts eaters"" o.tle| .. t< '

Dallas Texas.vho shot himself in the eye. And l on bouquet ot red loses. a become a Oortur IHim." Inhu

all he got was H cracked; contact lens. .Well It happened Ml.* llev Carroll aervrtl l aa >h sihvvl years, Vitink; W.
Steve wa shorting an air rifle lad April) PJ when Maid of Honor.. She *wore a active in .(bail. bn'kUbal;! !
one of the Ull pollot bounced<<1 off a wall! and hit him in Itrvet-leiifith strew of red s.Oo and Irsck. lie Dyed wi'h hM
the right eye. Hut his alihtva.. saved because l the plastic will, roe brocade, red satin family 'n> Sarasota fur Cue ol 1

contact, tuna I ", he was wearing stopped| the wllot. His heels and lung whit glov..:.. a his high school yeat.. mm. 1 1I
white there. won rIng
mother took him to an eye doctor. who told her! : "Stove'sO. small red net head dress. end in the litenti supvri chi ri ) II,
** carried, a cascade bouquet Jot
Just him lens.
get a new sing with a similar' snHip'' itArravlia.
Now that it something I have a friend who hm) white airs mum La Verne Amos- served 11*. .U a operatng room

plastic lens in her<>' e
plastic glass! 'because the others were' ton heavy, made Jean. Carroll was thc brtd_ stationed In Camp IxvJnM. 1
her have a headache Hut she does not like them lx,.- maid Cathy Antn wa the N.C. a!

canne! she tuiys they are tote hot. little flower III' .. strewing Among. the out of fLown
Hut If there wit A remote chance: that one would ruse petal up the aUle. 'theyail C\1.ta were Ray.. Am ..l lei Y tj1 Fl- 1"'t
U. ataii nexl San
S. Navy in
Set shot in the eye wu would' all wear them I am wore" lrvkea and .cc** orI .
Djqu. Calif a brolhi cf the
that I would.. Ie I klvntlral to thai of the horxrattend.nt.
sure bfkt, ; Mr. and Mrs AttrcImmakatoe. :

ATTINWN: (; TIIK: FAIH Js.. Newton served the Amos sad. daughter. t'..eI17 ,.. lucckcndl, .' 4,441P'7,6ps, .
anotKer broth- f '
best Grootna- Inclcrat'tlaLLCxPc
: groom a* man. s
the bride Mr and Mi\ HCltoway I. dl
; : -
pahs. Allen Amos and :
mat were
( your expenseasolinel ellala, t
An "all ,, '
uf Orlando, great this -.r..
she is attending the fair. accompanied' by A friend from lUy Amos ant whets wereStubby is AH Ia parr rc/
and uncle of IN* grew n. Jim Scro4Irin Pay only.
We Dickey Wey.
Memphis. They staying at the HarbUon PUuui Ho ;. All yoU weekend" for UII'nuNC 4
are Jim SUoleln e( Camp': UcJeuae.tKHtgi of Cmp. LcJetMtc: and th I ,
tel. The lat card said for Kate Smith and me to rush Carr wa the ring_.bear parents ol the bIo...... MiHlpUy H Friday .." sdRnEAc4I';
and the whirl. Said having fun. of West Palm 1Jc..r. 6 5
up join they were in an Y' dinner ar.'O ...,-
er.A reception wa held InW.a.un sal Jim Anal .f ( tC'OoI. ChccH (and ? ,, "-wrf goo rlrl OF.tI. r E
There I N. No; Short lloute to alnewville. IUU Imn.'ty following When the reupt l.n .n inner il.I,) eau 1Mnn ... '*. If' I
that b what has found out. For before p. 'At .. :
Anyway Phil Keyea the w* MiiMC. short ho-w.mcwon trip b* ,Tori. ntil10 tat rnt tiC
the,past three or four weeks, he has literally been keeping Mrs. Al Itrtdfiee hd charge. returning Ui {'.m|. LrJc. iKtt is serue out Sunday WgEKgNDI N y%IJiCO.Irp cpt' "
the rood hot.., Ills fattier U. c.. Keyrm had son,.- ot the bride's book The brl l.. .. brliht w..* w"..r og a be on -"HtNIf'TUUIr ete.' ,
thing the matter with cite of hU eyes so they went up mother, Mrs (Harry IttpUy, nrping thr.,' r-: .' I .. :i S14. Cheek ,wa tr TILE ,'
a time or two fur mioations before the doctor decided headed &the Deceiving Une and of sunny g.i'w *" 'I, w ttt: .m /1 d"8 :i :

to operate then: a couple of time while he was ax I
sun In the University' hospital Lock for him. and yesterday .. -

back for the chock-up and because Phil Branscorpb' W.S.' ._ -
keeps pretty bUllY all the time, alit ha to wurk late ,iwrtod

before and after each trip" the rood keeps" gettlntr Ionjrer. Guild Met\W d. l

it 1.I Hut there Is always '
or seems as truvugh anyway. The heats na VfesleyanCulKI I
a bright ido=, and in this case Mr. Keyem has 5ftytc-. Pant WednMMUjrJun FISH r -1I-l.;
gotten along ao well. it was all worth while. The convalescent *' lo at.U\ hems wt Mr*. I tN '" /It tits

has been showered with card, .letters, flowers \\t', kntya .. i a ...se.
\:' alter.__t..... eat .SW a
and unusual gifts tc the time lucre quickly. I ..
>> help pass anaa,......,v.&. west .eesk- ALL YOU CAN EAT 1',.eo..... 1 .. 1
He will soot be A-l U. K. >\
er. Mrs. Hefty Clrady. ga an
."OltAlf AUCADIAN KNJOY1NH ItOMh tnteresUcuc talk, un _tile Guikl "..". loA" ... ; .-
In a recent letter (rum Agnes (.Jranlwrry. Chalker cowlleer sad Its rxpi..lb Utie.. tune $ .00S 2. .. _wtII !I Fg
lames' and o sister HallU* CJranWrry. to Verna Holt. I have never .
read such a doi riptive( account of the Interesting see-vat Light ta rrfnr twett.himrnts Poker were Mrs, d--.-- ,_ 1 c t't afford t o stlry hone :Z" ''
place. ,. and thing that they hale done in the last two'ears .
Glad,. C-OrdliMtar MrsSarsh sl ,& : p eszze send inlolmat' S
while they have been visiting Agnea daughter Amr. I.. Ktta, "''n. w s + ll +e .a d I Ii i
Ilallie Jean c:. alker. who U secretary" to Ambassador IMaM Albcltton ana airs. UoMI *- ..I idi M' .eai ". mt+diateiy ifsot, '
d WithHuthpuppi soon
lUinhardt. In the U. H Embassy. in It nM. UutWr, and OulVI metab r.. rr ... tIDI.. n the t
Acne ADd Hallto are the daughter of the late J. A. Stow' 5 gl .. s. IVfnd"to.S S
Grandberrr. who wa principal' of eSoto. High when j ARTHMTIS-IWEttMATISM Potato
the old concrete block building wan new. trjSM"t i
1. 0., ....... aai ......... .tal e.at_
In talking of Home of the crucial periods that haveocellr'et .. .. ,
t-e ie a a Au ee regal Atilt :
during' their stay Agnes said that she would '- .....ew -a .e.-.c push PINE POINT
never fount while |In iVagu. our problemwith Qdim.I I... sirs '" .uo"AO: Uh Fes es ,a Z
'T cx.l...a.w sr se reef.
I and the.mootratlorui by' CummuniU l Ieaakrc. in front ..-..ei ....... ....... Let RESTAURANT
of our embassy. She went on to tell of.J_ re.ident. .- r ... :
J1ed'b1; ; ;m. ;
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THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia Florida. Thursday' Jotic ..
l'' ..., '.....1..1 I :: I \ I 'h t 'j U *l I I.. .'Ui1.Hi 'II 1 '*I.>- ------ l I,, p.,. Atlanta '', ,!,11j" .
of Bert lIwHlngworth.iHts Th"'fttul"Mdl"' ryr/ltah!B eq.for Tuesday ofnext' t
: '. ents were visiting in Sarasota. Johnny to complete*'SrSrangements !barfir some ftpcefel work. 'L. R. Morgan Installed as Mrs. Claude (RegersVtSgt. A\(
/J : 'n lid be Arms; and Executive commit
and came by for Bill to returnto for his entrance back in Areadla In
1 t Mississippi. Bert and Bill Into Florida State Unlyeplt.Ttor September and week here. tee women: Mrs. Rupert Smftij;
were fellow students at Marion the fall trimester. Commander of American Legion Mrs. Bleeka Kistler and Mrs.
\J' J. S. Maassen. I">>
Insttute last
year. '
Gary> Edwards graduated the
T. Sherman Handing has returned .feat of May from St. Leo ColJB&e L. R. Morgan was installed vice Commander; J, F. Albrlt- Installing officer. 8th Duj
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Craw- to the Georgia'" Southern In San Antonio. He plans aa Commander of the American ton. 2nd Vice Commander: E. trict President. Mrs. Myrtle

ley of Zolto Springs were College at Statesboro. Ca.. .. spend Uu summer here with Legion. "K" Post No. 11 W. .arnana, .Jr, Finance Officer EUele, was assisted by her
Thursday of last week! guests for credits towards his Masters & parents: Mr. and Mrs. C. at the meeting Monday night. ; Colonel R. B. handing district officers: Mrs. Mae Ted-
of Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Will- degree This Is preliminary to W. Edwards June 15. Other officers installed historian; W L. Woods Chap ford Sgt. At Arms; Mrs. Helen

lams. his entry with the Orange were D. W. Bradley, 1st bin; Charles NeSmlth.' AdJu- Casksy. Chaplain; Mrs.

Steve DeShazo. son of Mr. and family. Her sister Mrs. County School System In Or- Mrs, Norene Maassen returned tant; Pat Langtord Sgt. At Esther TIce, Department Area

and Mrs. V. L. DeShazo. Is Norene Maassen went home Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Morrow lando for next term. home Thursday of last Arms, Harold Wilcox. President. Central Area was

.working at the Hawaiian Snack with her for a two weeks visit. spent the weekend In Deer- week from New York Citywhere visit with Mrs. Martin's aunt. Installing officer was 8th appeal introduced I for und better'gave records a short on

Bar in the Hawaiian Village at field Beach as guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fara- she had spent 10 days Mrs L. B. lluie. and family; District Commander Sawyer future a"Uveties. Mrs. Ida Mae

the Fair in New York City. Mrs. Louie Morgan and Mrs. Morrow's cousin. Mr. and Mrs. bee. and daughter Susan left attending the Fair and showsIn on to Washington D. C. to visit Albritton Frultvllle. assisted Albritton District Secretary

Steve enjoys being at the Fair. Clarence Jones I left Sunday John Diets. They went over Arcadia Saturday morning ...New. York. She reports that Mrs. Martina great aunts, by his district officers Ed was a cuest.
If you ,attend the Fair look from Tampa for New York to have her coualn help them June 8. for Severville Tenn. she had a wonderful time but Mrs. Dan Sheworook and Mrs Bahret. Sgt, At Arms: Ralph
t Steve 'kip. City to buy early Fall clothesfor celebrate their 43th Wedding Both Edward and wife Eileen did get tired of standing In Edward Gibson and on to llpsley. Executive Committeeman At the conclusion of the Installation -

Miss Gertrude's. They will Annivrsary and they all hada have acepted wonderful jobs line a pastime that is prevalent New York where they will be ; Jack Wilkins Chaplain; Mrs. Bleeka Kistler. -

Mr.-and Mrs. E. W. Palma- be there a week and plan to wonderful time. working In the Church of God's in New York all the time. the guests while attending the Col. William I. EUele..' Finance was presented with a PaatI't'"sldent's

tier left Saturday morning for see a few shows and Mrs. Children Home They will be fair of Dr. Martin's brother, Officer; and Lillian ClevelAnd Pin by the Unit
the annual meeting of the Jones will go to the Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wea- missed here in the Church of Mrs. M.-; Louise::: McEach- Charles Martin; and enroute Adujtunt. Gilbert Sullivan retiring und Mr. Elsele was given *u

''American Jersey Cattle Club ver and children. Nelson. Mar- God. Mr Farabee has been ...ro, Mrs. tdna Pickles Mrs home by Peoria. Ill. for a brief Post Commander, was emblem gift Mrs. Kistler was
tha and Janet of Russellville. employed by the Arcadia DrugStore Marie Leitner. and Mrs Grace appointed District Agriculture appointed District: Chairman of
.at the Biltmore Farms. Ashy Mr.\ and Mrs. John Ma... n. visit with Mrs. Martin's sister Serv'ceShort .
We. N. C. From there they Jr. attended the wedding in Ky.. left Saturday after spending for the past 2H years. Smith were business visitors in Mrs. Robert Brandes, Dr. Commissioner. Community
will co on to New York to visit afternoon of two weeks here with Mrs. They arrived In Tennessee Tampa Saturday. Brandes, and family.U. talks were given by;
/ Tampa Saturday Weaver's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Officers Install for the Auxiliary Mrs. Elacle. Commander Morgan \ -
relatives. They plan to be Sunday night
.. away Miss
Mr. Maassen's cousin.
Unit were Mrs Gilbert und I'rHldent Sullivan.
Grady Fort. While here. 12 Mss Evelyn Waldron of
for several weeks. Patricia Murray to Michael\ year old Martha celebrated her Michael and David McShee- Council Bluff Iowa has arrived C. Ke'Y31! East Maple Sullivan. President' ; Mrs. n T. A delicious covered dish sup

f. Boynton. birthday at her grandparents.Mrs. han sons of J. A. McSheeharuowner here for' a visit with her Street underwent eye surgery Conoley Vice President; Mrs. per wns served at seven P.M.
Mrs. C. L. Garden and Mrs. of Pine Point Restaurant grandmother Mrs Martha Friday. June 6. at the University Harold Wilcox Chaplain; Miss to both the Legion and the Auxiliary .
''W. B. Miller were business visitors Mr. and Mrs. William Flet- of Florida Hospital ,
Mrs members the
, Bill Rumsey of New- were visiting In Arcadia Waldron. and other relatives. Ruth McElya, secretary; preceding
in Sebrlng Monday.Mr. cher and Mrs.' Caroline Camp- Gainesville. After' a week'sstay James Barnard Treasurer installation: service.
burgh New York left Tuesdayfor last week. The men are residents -
Winter Haven In the hospital, he was
bell went to --
her home after spending of Monroe. N. C.. and Mr and Mrs. II L. Welles,
and Mrs. Bill McCrae. Tuesday to attend the ISth able to return home to convalesce -
since Sunday here as guest journeyed to Arcadia do accompanied by their daughter
to -
of Eau Gallic formerly of Ar Annual meeting and Dinner of Wednesday of this 1
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rum some fishing with their father. '. Mrs Gene Parker of Lakeland WORRIED ? NERVOUS
cadia. were Monday guests of the Citrus Mutual. week. Mr. Keyea went to
and sey. who carried her to Tam They left last Friday for Mon- returned home Sunday
JUr. Mrs. T. J, Zimmer- Oalneavllle for a check-up. His
pa to catch the plane. She was roe after a very delightful trip from a 10 day trip to New> '
man. Mrs. J 1 1 Sigletary son. Phil Keyes, drove him
r e n e up
Over Change-of-Life?
called to Ft. Myers Friday of here. Both are In the retail York, where they attended the
returned to Wauchula Satur- and they returned home Wed-
last week to attend the fun- grocery business In North Car- Fair. Ease your mind. Gel welcome relief
Mrs. Curlln arrived
; Mary
day after spending the past nesday night
eral of her sister, Mrs. Doro- olina. / woma.dlcl"/ .
with, special
Tuesday of last week from three weeks here with her :
thy Yoemans. Mr. and Mrs. David Urow-
'Shreveport.. La. and spent until brother. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- do-lake a special' woman'*
Friday with her nephew. lard Williams. Mr and Mrs. Thomas Logo. der went to Gainesville Mon Sgt. and Mrs. R. II Evans. m..lldn.-I.ydla E. Pinkham
Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Maassen. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dees of Rt. 0. left Wednesday morning day to carry David. .Jr whoentered Jr., and daughter Bernice of Veritable Compound--devel-
Avon Park accompanied by for La Port. lnd.. where they the! University of FlorIda Ft. Bragg' North Carolina accompanied dread these seemingly oped by a woman-specialty" tG.ndl.
Mr and H. E.
Mrs. Gallowayof their two grandsons. Daniel will spend the summer months. fur the summer session. by Mrs. Evans parents ... years. of misery and help" women by relieving. suchdiscomfort '
REMOVEWARTS Orlando attended the Amos and Spencer Dees were Friday They carried two of their Mr and Mrs. Kurt Doer of autlden hot functionally' caused female
Carroll wedding Friday afternoon of last week guests of Mr. and grandchildren with them. 'Miss Mary Lou Lanier leaves. tier of Wiesbaden Germany flushes, waves of weakness amiIrritability. : distress. t
spent the night with Mr. There la a special In doctors'testa woman after'woman's
Mrs.\ Willard Williams. the Knit of the week for Wash spent last week here as guestsof
Galloway's dater Mrs. Marie medicine which' can woman found that Plnkham'aCum
Miss Helen Ruth Edwards ington. U C. where she has Sgt. Evans parents. Mr and
Roundtree and returned to relieve those heat waves weak-: round gave dramatic help
their home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Glenn Ebersole: spent graduated last week from the accepted a Civil Service Sten- Mrs. II. B. Kvans. Hr This Ia iteM. nervouaneas. so you can to all thin without costly ..'
the weekend In Mulberry visiting Georgia Baptist School of Nursing ographic job. the first visit to the states by enjoy life again. So that you Irritability, la soothed hat
with her daughter Mrs. In Atlanta Oa.. and Is Mr. and Mrs. Doerfler. As soonas tan once more be an affectionate flashes sub id.. Sodont" alt and
Amazing Compound Dlaeolvee Charles L. Dirr left Monday .Jerry Slaughter children Kate pow a Registered Nurse. Her Dr. and l Mrs. Calvin Martin the Doerfler'i left here they wife and mother brood and feel unable to help
Common Warta Away by Jet. for the University and Steve. Mrs. Slaughter and parents. Mr and Mrs. C. W. children Lou and Mac, left went straight to New York If you are gain: through: the yourself. You sea feel I better.
Without Cutting or Bunting of Michigan In Ann Arbor to children returned home with Edwards went up for graduation Sunday on a two weeks vacation and from there on to Germany change, dont dWepalr. | o.* <:.l gentle Lydia E. rinkhaia
Doctor .cratchhoc enter the music school there for eovaUtoa thousand of Vegetable Compound today
warn picking women
or -
her and will be Joined Satur- f
and brought her home trip. They went from hereto after spending. the past two
spreading.at warta Now may amazing cauae bleeding Compound 8 weeks further study. Mr. day by Mr. Slaughter who will with them. She will return Warsaw, N. c.. for a short months here with relatives r.. oe.ffe medicine/ with 'In'* ....<). neon LYDIA C.P1NK1IAMDon't .
Dirr has been attending the
his home Sunday -- --
W* penetrate Into warta.destroys carry family
Ann Music
their cells: actually meltawarta Arbor. University afternoon.Mrs. .
away without cuttinc: or School for the past several

burning. Painless colo...... summers. J. A. Latlmer. Mrs
Compound W. Mend aa directed Bruce Davis and Mrs. Wood
removea common warta eafely.affectively. Bill Laughlln of Morton. tSTAMJSHIO If04Bcudcocltb
Benton will leave Saturday -
.laavea no ugly ecara. I Mississippi spent from Satur- son from Sarasota on the r.: JI.60Ttl I '

day until Wednesday as guest, s.A.L. train for a trip to._the :
fair. They will be In New York .
for a week. I'1J\illelLSa
Gifts Your Dad SHOP ..fvye

ARCADIA Mrs.' Viola Taylor left Tuesday
June 21st
love .
for Brooklyn N. Y. for a
DAY visit with her' two sisters. Mrs.
Rose MasUrson and Mrs. Florence c*

: Koch. She will. also visit
.' uaten 'I her son. Mr .and Mrs. William CHAIRtVALUES 4J
f : Y' ..A ta? '.,. Genuine BILLrOLDS Ueatttff. *' TaY*'. Jr, and friend**.*In '

Even the laths aM a.teMnt i Jersey and upstate New York r ; ,
wise" has everything KEY CASE She plana to be away five ,.
wants or six weeks. drG 1
arant .
$5 .
Mrs. Chester Mercer accom

BLg glectrle panted by her three grand

LIGHTER . w. Ale* Have children. Matt Tracy and
Never\ need flint Tig TAGS Scott left Sunday for Fontana

IBS or fluid It In-$!Just 4.t. TIE BAR Village North Carolina for a 9fJ477

Mat.hlaCur' LINKS* 10 day vacaUon trip.

).11'. and Mrs. Bryan Mack .
returned home Satu rday

THC MOST PRACTICAL GIFT A from Sarasota, where Mr \ I. '

PIPg, SMOKING DAD CAN OgT Mack spent the past three I ".(>" : I

NIMROD EXECUTIVE weeks In the Hospital lie Is $158 ,>j' J"f" .
till convalescing but feels
pjp. Lighter .. $5.95 that he will soon be strong Awue

Plus 'Ta. again now that he Is home
and can eat the food that he ,.S _
wants. if>?h ,
Pot t
Neil Tyree attended annual ,
Pock.t Ooor".-) Lighters, ,. graduation at Abraham Baldwin

... Graduation. TUton. Oa,
"* .1."
.2lp.e Anae "ro" $3..SO on June t. at which time he pIAncia
.I _'-/ In
received an Aaaocate degree
Agricultural Equipment Tech :: I SI.JO

nology. Nell completed his I ....... sn I er r ; ...k
the. 1 ..,,. wee k Er is .
work at A.BAC. during _

: Jewe1. fall quarter of lf/3. and since :.-= rca JUMBO SWIVEL ROCKER 5 MODERN TV RECLINER taag.w

January of 194 has been employed .S'N ./.1... ..... c....... ., M .- ..." .... ....... rrapl4 :.....
aa Sales RepTeaenta .eMa __. ......... '- A... aaiAS DOWN once t1 I.e.t .e .e. as .:::
Traditional Jewelers Since 1890 u.. for Fields. Kqulp f ent Co. c.- 0- ..... .... .-.-........ N .a- .....e.. ..... ta........ .... a-.r .case. .
In rolfo Springs. Johnny Met ee.w .. 1"% isles '.se c- A DELIVERS lens ass besot S e.-.. ........
127 West Oak WA 8-8371 tea. went with Neil to .Tlfton ..,W ...... ks sae w ....

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SHOP ARCADIA PIRST tatoef.r. ago tatrstAata l/l DAH"H
GIFT IDEAS .1 ?w? Au elvM / x 'OOIiH
d Ilrtsil rAe. nu oafs

For A Got Guy

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OLD SPICE, P'r._ ,g .w t.V1.tr.e.lrw-..
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Gift Sets $2.25


Pip Smokers Special + + llo5ra4 : w '

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a 7:::. wipe ........ Nay .... Mss .eM fla0. 11.2'MODUH .week .

Keyw.NH P a.. twWa aoc c MQOfI.. wrolt'11o9HS ...- AOC rt>TTOM fOCXlt .

1=.sereLMr ::= S..eha -= :=
o. ... p..o 5 a sassed .
-. irs. AFt.FCMAAs ..... asS eo-. awes $2995.c.$39t5 .... ....... tr -..da. $49'5
1 'A Matt C.{. w. .......... seer tr-. -.a ..... ..... lee! ...... ....
; Steers Lafiow by i o el.irLMt1t.F ..w MM.4 o0..
4.Mur. .. .9S .AYOHLYSI.uA... $3.DOWN ; to ,
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TIMEX WATCHES With Flip-Top. CS...{..9 ASSOCIATI STORE 1ArcadiaMusicFurniture

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From $ .y5 Special, -, $ 6." 1f Store

17 J...l GRUEN WATCHES ........ 28e Ei.ctrk S* < ..F '
Disc ....... 33 W. Ook St. Shop
Rq. $5534
Special I $19.9S PIL'S I I

OOLO MOOCLS rMOM SM-M Specie I 5.- $1 63$ 'a WA -7311 /ArcMf.- first f '

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Beach Party Mrs. A. Bridges Five S ud wr :3 Fro n<'jMa nn I n!,

Over Weekend CHITCHAT Given Tea On Memorial Gets BES' Degree

Miss Florence Burtscher entertained .
with a weekend= (Continued from pa.eA) Mrs. Anna Bridges houseguest Honor Roll I'-.nk Bcgyleo .. Mann e' 1011

beach party at the Gasparilla even't of her son, Mr. and Mr. The> following live student of f afr. .fa Mrs E. A. 5fantning
Island cottage of her parents, finally of the that shook the world and : Al Bridges. was given an informal Memorial Grammar School of Arcadia recived the l1'Iast'f'
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burtscher. "Our President's! (trails assassination and the Innumerable tea last Thursday af' have obtained through diligent of science degree in 'echan""

They went to the Island Friday events connected with it. We were at a big party 4r noon by her daughter-in- studying tne! honor of. ba pg cal eoglneerlng at con,','',en...._
and reutrned home late when the'shocking news came. The Rector of St. Paul'sWithin 'jw M3's. Al Bridges at their putted on the School Honor ment exerefsea froth hi 1.l'r,

Sunday. tho Walls' stepped to the center of a hushed F .uburban home on the Dorrt Roll for the sixth six weeks versity of Connecticut sur,,.
.:=':1 R adInrluded Walter J. Ba- Conn on June 14th.
Swimming, skiing, fishing Krief-strjcken marking period
assemWaK,i> 1th ft prayer fall our Presl;
and sightseeing-. were, eajoycil dent John and for uHi&>l e'*.'tearful faces )Jri: the still- in the guest list Dud principal has announced. He i I. employed at Prbu:
by the- group. ; f't-f < i were Mrs. Maddie Venable. In order to quality students Aircraft
Whitney in
rifess o'.HhocHian) Guests were Misses Angel' !! Mti Millie Powell and Mr. must obui'n straight As (numerical Conn.
lord as a
the !
bIg'; drawing room. !>iVrl6rn\ '. V"'tnt to dur design ea.
Carr, Merritt Flihburn. Don come Mary Dickson all of Arcadia. : value ol 93 or above) gineer He is also a
na Cole, of Savannah, Ga, to work with the tragedy fqr days an4 nightsto' r' i+ ]Mrs\, Bridges, formerly of Ar- In all academic: subjects band oi Lihl.h University gradua Beth.:.
The Italians loved President( :
Linda, Stirrup. Amelia Ann Kennedy; they thought J caoia.! returned Monday to her and citizenship hem. Pa.. where he
}&'' tldden, Call Brown Jackie I..tthat he belonged to them. too. None of us who were: home In Homestead. Grade Four Bobby Avant. bachelor of science received degree !ice.

Hendry, and the hostess, Miss present<<: at tho Requiem Mans, said' hy Cardinal Spell- Carolyn f osier Jane Bry t>i. mechanical engineering D

Burtscher., man (using' the Pope's altar by specialdispensation! ): in) Ir.uoa .'.v.. Mindy\ oar-- Mr Manning is
Rome St. Johns in the L.atrean< tan :ever forget it. ,). rett. the former Janet Dart married: }

.Thousands crowded:" Mc- ter of Mr. and Mrs. E.daugh Da.
Guild MetMonday ecclesiastical and 'political dignitaries from all nation Coin jcls. Dart of Bedford New York d
were there.. including sixty or seventy Cardinal, plus ,., ,, Given Party Tha couple have a daughter
Night 1500 other clergymen who were here for the Ecumenical .1 Nancy Turner Susan Lynn. one year n.t1]

Council. Over sixty thousand people .signed the
Ruby C Reynolds was ----
Monday The .Hughlett nmut June Guild 8th.I at met the many hooks. of condolence at the Embassy; flowers given' Farewell dinner party Gets Big: Fish ; --

home of Mrs Hazel Dishong. simply swamped the huge entrance; Rome was unbelievably :Tuesday at the DeSoto Rest Angling Recognition was achieved MUSCULAR'ACHES.PAINS-

with Mrs Dishong and Mrs. quiet tor days. with. all flags at half mast, and no turunt by the teachers in recently: by Nancy Tur-

Ben McGehee: as co-hostesses. happy facd: / Thru most of these events the -Ambansa- Went Elemntary School where ner of Arcadia in the Islamot-

After the business meeting dore wa,.,ill 'and} away from Rome, with Minister Williamson she. has been teaching. She Is ada Fishing Tournament. Fishing -
presided over by Mrs Dishong. find, Hallijcanne handling the brunt of the main retiring from teaching after with Capt. Eddie Llnnett I Take PRUVO tablets when :you
: 't.,.. this past year. aboard the charter boat "Sea want temporary relief from
president Miss Frances Pooser details frothelr offices, day and night"I minor aches and
.p' pains and
the devotional ; .yr The croup cave the honor Lion" at Itlamorada. Florida body
gave stiffness often
Mrs. Ethel Hollingswbrth- enjoyed reading of Rome at Christmas. She said ." ", guest a beautiful pink carnation Keys, she boated a Bull Dol Arthritis. Rheumatism associated Bursiu with

gave a most Interesting add I that it is resplendent i surpassed, she imagine, by no L: .;. Gifts. corsage and individual phin weighing 13 pounds. 2 is. Lumbago Backache and
l' ounces to compete for prizesin
illustration tUk''on Painful Muscular
enlightening aches
'' Losathese
the Guild handbook touch-. other city In aumptoua JlgbUng'atld' decoration in the fi}; !_ Attending were Mrs. Reynolds the General Division.
'churches and, the ; That Via Veneto the .: honor Mrs. SusieIrewer Tour- discomforts: or
Ing" on all phases of Guild on streets. main ,, guest; The Islamorado Fishing money back. At all droll couunt
Work. .oj promenade slid center of gay life in Rome, night and .. I Mrs. Mdttie Connelley ament runs thru Dec.: 12. Opento ers.
-The hostesses served ''petit day in the place' where one can find most.everyone.. Including 1R' : Mrs Kay llalvcrson. Mrs. My* all anglers at no cost the Arcadia Drugs 6 ft. DiSoti
/ rtlc Rigby, Mrs. Nellie Lanier tournament is expected to lure
fours, asur-tcd: sandwiches: tut yOUt..own countrymen. It In common to see i4
J fed dates and punch to the lords', paronp.( :duchesses" and movie folks by tho score. '. .. ;',: ,> Janet, Mr Dewey.. Jane Mrs.Witcher.Gladys Mrs.Ro- angling enthusiasts for superb"The
j j.w fishing to Islamorado
sixteen members and
: one guest y/ho"joln-ed and'i.now is Fashionable Doney's has made social history on Via >WI.-......, -.,.4' _,. .... -rods.., H ; 41 u.\-. < berts. and Mrs.\ Marsden Wallis. Sport Fishing Capital of the> '7!:}
.Veneto for years. with its sidewalk cafes, trim awnings', World."
a member. : food and drink. One walks in
\ --- expensive everywhere MISS CHARLOTTE EVANS Many trophies and prizes
: i
Rome. as you do in all the big cities. trying ot see all will be awarded plus Citationsto

I THOSE HORRID that tho,local culture has to offer. The city is a verit- liliss\ Charlotte Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.R. On Month'sTrip anglers releasing Sailfish

able Circo by night, begging you to 'ome'out and dance U. Evans, Sr.,. of Arcadia graduated recently Bonefish and Tarpon. n
tiG SPOTS; and revel: Her' suffused and misty lights lend extra with honors. from St. Petersburg Junior College

charm .tfo Ancient marbles and KFurther narrow streets. Division of Nursing. She received an Associate of Abner. Erickso: accompaniedby Gov. ReappointsDowd
:; up, .Via del Fort Imperiall. 'the mighty Colloneum Arts Degree in Nursing. Miss Evans graduated his son Bert Erickson and

!1i; 'tow.or*'indim moonlight. The Colloseum. gigantic in 1961 from DeSoto High' School. She was a grandson Paul son of Mr and to BoardMrs.

pll,,' pf stone !(tnarble and tufa) breathes the spirit of member of the National Honor Society. Student day Mrs. morning Bob Erickaon.June 8 left, on Mon an Jean T. Dowd of Arcadia
S .... :: -..."I' llpme .as:doon' nothing, else.. Council. The Dark, and Sub-Debs Club. After returning extended trip. was appointed recently I
... -' oY' home from college Miss Evans accepteda by Gov. Farris Bryantto SUMMER STOCK
t. j.. Though Rome and dozens of .other cities and towns position at the ,CarNtrom! Branch of G. Pierce Stops will Include: Chicagoand the Board of Social Welfare 1
Springfield III
t"55"...t., .'In| ItalylieJ.ie: ;, utlful, ,what really 'charms one la rural Wood Memorial J Hospital. Mo, where ;they Independence planto Districts, in DeSoto County Are you. sure your present
was announced this week. home insurance covtrs
.Italy with l' 'R'rHn' meadows Its drove of visit the Truman Library, .
FAbE THEM OjITWCAtherod andNfarms.} Mrs.\ Dowd has served on your stock summer possessions
jtheep:gruxfiHfJn. its\ valleys foraging with cattle and Dodge City Kansas; Yosemite the Board here for the airar from horn?
.brown ap..tsno "" .. : or. Mrs. Cleo Dennis Attended V.F.WConvention National Park. San Francisco, past I /Etna Casualty's economIcal .
lh. surface of ,, ,
your ) tn9unt \\llUIld_.,, Many" of the farms are Calif eight years. Homeowners
hand ami face tell the w .l.1| ym4 1)onkAytatiLttt; .' ; The Grand Canyon. I Package
geltluFeldpnrhapef.w.yarralere.' ( I ,* rockyhutching* ''Krow"lux\lr'a' right: up.to .the'road Installed To" Arizona; Phoenix. Arizona; El II I protects personal property
Fed. tlinn aw iv w ih notSOTEHICA Paso against firs thtlt
and El: .
Campo Texas.In
: that m I IKitt Hr Bk. UIl rrvMuxn of ..tanenl. a"the Head B.P.W.C.; mary of these places, the I perils at horn sad sway
'middle l .
akin m..lr. h".d" I..k "ChUe.", Europe. Mr and Mrs.\ Melvln Johnston KrlcksorTa -plan to visit relatives REAL ESTATESee Let us check your policy.
young free. nvik ana. tit.and fqually arn. N effect'of s ...'.ton"1&11"I The letter.wan so (fascinating that I could not put it The Arcadia Business and Stafford L. Wells attended and friends, but a few
Acts In Uw akin-nut on .\. ..' Professional Women's Club met the Veterans of Foreign of them are strictly for sightseeing Us For
n .u.
gt.-....kotta....... fnraslt.ning.l.rtn'l.a. ; ., clown untff I( Uliatl| read what amounted' fo ten page oftypewritten War Department Conventionat sights that they have Good
at the home of Mrs. Al I .Bridges Buys
Ing akin at U cUar: up h<,.o t1en j long pabor. The'authors planning to Cocoa Beach June 12. 13. not visited
before such
Une Al Imkilltiit I drug and teJlMi f are Tuesday night Jut Oth as the .
count',r .t>|<|.IM ; grown" "\O"* -' MntrKvVor : .1 were' at the Ramada Inn and and the tomb and
If ron' v'.nl rtcMrrr, lishtvr afcli\. say that ,they: have enJoy J...thel..,. stay.:.In urope. "btilrealizethat ; >o. pf, new oUlc.rs""iI: IN'A Auxiliary Headquarters' were humanitarian Abraham of the Great Lin BUILDING sires
use F.sOTElUI.A: .. to see other lands'makes one appreciate: and bountiful covered dish I at Schrafft'a Carriage House GROVES ACREAGE

Arcadia Drug. 5 $. Octal' love the United States more and more. The supper hostess preceeded had the planlted meeting.to Hotel coin.Mr. Erickson said that they RUPERT I
..... .. Local Post 2824 received LEWIS AMBLER
.-- -- - plan .
nt, -- .c \;""7" serve' the meal on the beautiful several" citations for work Invarious cover approximately ,
t.o"-\I 'I"
.. :. "" I 7,000 miles
during the
t"" 'fi : lawn but Inclement weather month's Realtor.
for 20
r. .1< ...n t f:' ., 4si.fti s..' :-fc si :,. ..u.1, ,. changed her. plans. There was a service, phase while the of community local Auxiliary trip. While in San Francisco, Associate Year WA S'1311 WA234l

large crowd but ample* room was informed that Karen. they will visit with Paul's bro 10 .. D..... Aw*.
for all In the spaciousi dining Ames local essay winner received them Mr. and Sirs Bob Erick- HUGH M. MARTIN
room living rooms aud den. honorable mention In son. He has recently! returned

Beautiful arrangement or hydrangeas the state competition' The local from a tour of duty with the SO South Delete Avenue ATM'caSUln'
,. daises. ,. shrimp' plant Navy in Okinawa. I :
ri] ratA
Auxiliary was also the Phone WA t 1M1 ra Sava ta
end ruse were used lnrll the winner of a Bell and Howell They plan to return to I sarna4 -a..1rf
party moms.Outgoing. cadia 1 In the early Ar-j
I movie camera outfit In connection I part of 1
president! Mrs. with the cancer fund _.
Marilyn Boone presided at campaign. -
the business session at which

rl time yearly reports were given When You Need

by the committee chairman Amos-Carroll I
present. An audlltng commit
tee. Mrs Elsie Austin. Miss\.

w e f cf' Emily Smith and Mrs. Georgia Rehearsal Party DOLLARS
YYY Ray born audited the trea
surer's book and turned In a Mrs. Marie Roundly... entertained

favorable report that was duly the Amos-Carroll AHDCENTS
filed The Auditing committeedid wedding party with a supper
offer a few rrcmnmenda party after rehearsal at the

tlona for the new treasurer church on Thursday night. ..
and they were approved by Mr*. Hound tree maternal ,:
the member Mrs. Leila New- grandmother of the groom,

some and Mrs. aiadyletnes. served the supper tuU.t7" ,K TO BUY A NEW' CARS
wilt n'1J"'Mntho Club at the In her home 2IS W. Whidden

'' National( 1 Convention rwnven- Street. I ,
1 tYSld.
ana in Detroit' Mich, July t_ Arrangements of Red] rose
to tt.Mrs.. were used in vantage points In .
Janle Thompson a pest the living' room and dining .,
president. Installed the following room I I
J> I. ,, officers. to serve for the During the desert course, '
1 new year: Mrs. Cleo Dennis l\In. Armin Tew sang "When i iI ... :
President. ; Mrs. Laura Norton. Grow To Old To Dream'and Fl'Y ,, r.1dG.rr .

Ian vice-president 1 ; In. Nell Mr*. Rnundtrre prevented' >vzip'
the couple with an old horseshoe + 'tr
Bridge. 2nd vice-president" ; 1
Mr*. Marilyn Boone. 3rd vice- for GOOD LUCK. one
president, ; Mrs Palsy. Huff that was given to her In Georgia -

treasurer. ) Mr*. Gene Wood on her wedding day In
recording secretary: Mrs NeU 1917 by a former. slave of her :

DUhong. corresponding' "' aecre great grandfather The story ..i

tary;; Mr*. Johnnie T.* -U, went that It. the horseshoe
parllanxntarUn; and Mr*. was worn for' twenty. year by f

Leila ..-. HUtorian. .In. Marie great grandfather
L'C Margaret Lefebvre eanente OLD NELL. a famous horse of i

la 1Gu... to get out the bulletin that era. Mrs. Roundtree baa ,
and lo gel the scrap boll always been' very MipersUUou' I nrr

.- .- teed, for tae state Calvin and has never let the hore
t 11 -e C-: itch i- shoe out oC her poresion. but

It's' an rtaAt'r.. The, new president Mrs passed ft on to her. only grandon. -.
IIlac.n"7/'M." .
wwn a*07 J% Dennis lOok the chair. and announced Knowing that she was goIng \
steps up octafM rjerfarmancV;sp offoctively/ that It stop pow r.wastiric that ahe would represent ta cte Just that last summer -

knock better than, any oUkiriauatiknock' compound' \fethyl pI"Nda" I the club at the State Convention while. abe was spendingwestlon
June 1314. sad aokoUCany ej Ghost" Wlaln"N' .. DESOTO NATIONAL for
,tnor evenly u 1o gi : I lbtsfeti.17otftt.tlgin..t.mci.'
und.r C" bought..
outdld' up could a new horseshoe
the member
:J 6., 't. extreme) .ItV tni)Standard'',,-!UW (tcro.m.nd t1y ',tM ot meeting with her am* .had her ness engravedhoping Per C.nt -

,,,Crown Extra.at) no tna a tnpnie.l rw.e .01. .. .....s. sire It >-Ol being. hoe OeMM 4 ,

)! Another Important wiy, ,; !'tKatu ) fa Heent'alone.\ ',4. she ..is; good heck that tttd.Mr the. sae'', I 41' "To ''nt..t ''" .
Members, and passing away '
take better > STANDARD &'Mate enjoy SHOP
cart / ARCADIA
f j oar car.M.ptA .4 the *. Bound. tree was *soial..ilk
bospUattty of U e gr e-
eNae.uera. S ices boete this last sneetinge serving and. ether HoopitatiUe 1 P.r Annum FIRST
OIL I ( the dub yeer. by Mr*. J.*etnie Odum.Attemttsui .
were Mime Aspsand -- -
Frank: CarrntL Jr.'. Sirs I Whether YOU.re
Harry RtpWy. Jam Anon., Mia t I or a Father buying i buying your Cod a new car for Fot hers Day.t r

License IVrv Caa r U. Mr sad Mrs Lverwe *- a new family cog. you can save on 4
A11_ JeatU Carroll. financing by dealing with. the DeSoto Notional money

"M tt1. I MarriageMarriage Je. Jtewieav Alien AcMa.HoM I i Choose the car you like and buy the insurance Arcodia.
: y urn, Dtcftey' W." JisnStrotruy agent Stop bv and )'OUr own
Ue j' we'll tell y' how nice it
i is
1Y'PI. licensee were Duugv cT.ARiN. CatfcyMr the 'to buy a new cog
DeSoto .
I... ...' rvrentry" free the .,enre< and tad Mr*,. Frank National wry t ts
6 ''' tit Cvustty Jest.. C**.t0w May.9JrfP-: Sr j
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II II C 1m 1 SI1 c. Ii a n' D B It GoOkee-: .60c.-39c Wo Give rs" GOOD

II if 0 I Ai e; also i 1o Rei MISS WISCONSIN LONOHORN
: mlliCe. 3 UInIt TLrco $1.00 Issue. 10 PM QO
", D II. > Cheese 10.a.w 49c
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: Vinegnr. & LMtTwo (faJ;! 11 w.iJla\.a.. ; \!. . LJ.It n..... 25c
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steaks Bologna Pk.. ...
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Published Every: Thursday DIAL WA 8-8501 TO PLACE CLASSIFIED AD \

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207. O. W. Oak St. Arcadia Florid/ --

PHONES WA 8-8601 OR WA e-eS11 : : I LEGAL NOTICE binatlon operational and goodwill :-

FOR SALE _-- ----- ---- Brownville 'News \ViJJiarr.s BeckOn cruise in the Indian Ocean +,
Classified: 9 cents per word. Minimum charge >$<1.00. IN TNI cower or TNI CAUMTV It was made of the
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IN fa Duty Bon Homme Richard and her
Display? ; Advertising< In classified section $1..21 per FOR SALE THE proven I
IN eii ;
orRtVNOLOS lira. &otft:
column inch Minimum tlze accepted one inch. carpet cleaner Dlue Lustre "'M. > Miriam i nd ,chlldrttt and A+tr. and Mrs John Mc- supporting ships While in the
= Lenard,C, WJJJlm.
Is easy on the budget, Restores t'VWted Mildred- 'Ttedjile I Qall and yon Jackie from I Indian Ocean area, the squad
All f.$OM* Monday afternoon. man, second class. USN.' son of
classified cash with' unless
I forgotten colors Rent electric: MA VI NO CLAIMS O* ClMAMOS ; Waype ;)Allen. .4, Mr and L. Wil ron's crewmcmbers had an opportunity
has .sta Us"ed.account with':The Arcadian.Deadline shampooer '1.00. Arcadia Mu ',AaAlMT/ 1AIO ItTAfSl'l piir congratulations: go to Mr and Mrs. W. W Pritchett Mrs Kirby to visit ports in Kenya
Yd a+a eet/r N llama of Route 3 Arcadia, has {I
er ifaebr Miss Helen Bretton who has ?
sic-Furniture Store. no/rltd and ,rallwad 'i': visited )'Ir. and Madagascar and the British -
for Classified Ads. Wednesday 9-OO: a.m. wMfM enY Mrs, returned to duties with the ,
returned from
cUxoM xino dmmnnitt Daytona Beach I
.1ffMdt' of Aden.
38- teou, orafrref Port
c Bobby Hern Monday nlaht.I .
you, n,tfy hove wootnvv tn. with the State Award Seventh Fleet in the Far East
Classified set la eight point'type. Averse 48 words of sum Quinn. Raynakt df for theFFA Myrtle
c.ot.d I Rltch visited Mrs. aboard the Navy attack aircraft [
FOR .SALE 1.2 and 3 bedroom lot. of COM* County: ,, to tn. Stole Sweetheart his far .
per inch :caner Judo* .o/ t).S X< 'orr+fr Ft-w find Lee Morris at the Arcadia Gen carrier'* USS Bon Jlomme On an /average day in the
can out
we Helen
and as l is the
trailers. f
I $3995 up do, et hn' elf .
Ke tn tf> court houtt eral after U.s. newspapers reach 46,570.-:
Box number 29 cents tta. If .... of eatd County ot only DeSoto girl Hospital Thursday afternoon. Richard a tour of duty
charge e= replies) tot New, Mary .d Used to choose Arcadia rior.Joittim County tohave 8.64
Ifr! i Lee 000 households or per cent
aaMndor manrH from tri underwent surgery with the "Concord Squadron"in ;
won this ?
be ftO cents. : We
mailed. from. Best otter for your trade- tinw *f tf.. tag publication ItiM are of the total number of house,
Tuesday morning. the Indian Ocean.
in. Elarkleys Mobile Homes, notic*. Two caoi** of each dolor or proud of her. I
card of Thanks charged at classified *. rt rxortd. hall wn t -'no." end wn 1 Mrs. Mildred Tisdale visited with The squadron was on a com holds.
17 N. Phone PR 2- Dorothy Manley and '
Highway *tare trio: ploco 1 of rouovnco and -- .
pot -
Mrs. -----
3241, Wauchula. Fla. at(>c. oddroMi of trio claimant, ond Mrs. Jerry Ford and son visited Sam Murphy and Ethel ..
noil bo Morn to ov trio cloMnont. Davis Monday morning
29.tfc r>. cogent, or ortorrvev and occonvponiod with Myrtle Rltch and Mil'
by a fllina fo dyed Tisdale I Mr. and Mrs. Davis returned
REAL 'ESTATEFOR FOR RENT -- oono dna- Friday afternoon
:uss/rlto DISPLAY or and tuck cloim or JomorKt not home from Georgia Monday tr
to fllod Man bo void Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bretton I
SALE FURNISHED APARTMENTFOR JOHN A I VINE MIYNOLDS l I and Stevie are taking their night .They have been visiting ,
adminlttrotor/ of the" lffoQulnn /. their daughter Mrs Davis bro '
RENT Gulf beachfront of Son !Roynold/ vacation.: They are visiting In .
FOR SALE d c.o od there Mr. Ralph Nixon of WII I
Real Estate Opportunity apts. 1 and 2 bedrooms. Tennessee.
I wt. E, P...,. wahltchka and their
CAN YOU SELL? Day week or 'month. Summer Attornoy for AdmmUtrator Miss Judle Flnnemore visited nephew I +, 1,
rates. Green Dolphin Apts. 1 ton 2000 pounds Juno I S, :25 July 2. 1964 Carla Tisdale Monday afternoon Gerald Jones of Pelham
Your own tull-tlme business, LlG LN TiiI'TO-i who returned home with Ga"1 '
2943 Gulf of Mexico Dr. Longboat iooiss; I I .
Real Estate, right in this area. Key Ssrssota, Fla. Phone Sesbania Seeds toalod: Proooiol tor tho construction Mr. Trlb Johnson and Lelon for a few days.
National company established tr.: : to DoSoro County H on I I Mrs Sam Murphy and her
388-2824. Arcadia. Florida for tho fir |: Murphy came home for the
on 1800. largest In Its field. 38c CallJohn V ta County Boord of Public! |. week end from grandson Gene Davis, went to

(Unlicensed? writ.,,) TrainIng _hors_ndont, wilt, bKOWd of Sctttot ot by tMo rho 1rue.1 t where they are working.Newberry They, Clermont to visit their daughter JACOI3SENLAND

and instruction given inall FOR RENT: Duplex furnished --.' Offic. Arcadia, '! '!returned and aunt Mrs. Marie Wal-
phases of of boforo 7:3O p m. 1ST-. : Monday morning. CLEARING
your operatonsfrom or unfurnished .pt. Also Parker: ..96.4 at whichm.. end ploco tHoy. ,I Mr. and Mrs. Glen Smith ker this week. IY-.- 7 Cot
Start' to Success. All advertlsing. efficiency by week or month. win bo publicly' oponoi end road I I have with them Mr. and Mrs David Mizell and DITCHING
all signt' a I'm s, Private bath entrance. Close 'W A 8-5431 omtnt GrDMt*,of>>trio rowinQ Proposal ond" Ccntract Spociticotion<< Doe | two daughters and their their families and Lorri and their house COMPANY

supplies are furnished. Nationwide in. 801 *N. Monroe SL Phone may bo nctainod by ./lloiblo &on ral I! They Mr. "mest Leta. Mr and Mrs. Jack newt 1 Ma 1SS
are and Mrs
advertising brings Buyers WA 8-8799. Contractor>.'il 1. Architect front. JI2O'McBryd McGroaor onu Sou-frit1 1 I I Woods Urumblcld and son Buddy Davis and Gene Davis spent I nVI.I.UOZING. HEAVY DISCING and FILLWA
from Everywhere. Can you se ''ovard Ft Myor, ,....!do. A dopout Saturday at Sarasota Beach.
I 39. 40, 41-p USED AUTO PARTS Generators e35000 t* roquirod tor from Wllmore Kentucky, e.O3IS ....... A/ICAOIA.
Qualify You must have Initiative starters tires, tubes. of Drawing/ end Specification oacS firtrt / Myrtle Rltch visited Mr. nd WA .....a JIM. MYEMS ftL.OIUDA
I excellent character (bondable FOR RENT Newly decorated -: engines transmissions. Save on nsuod to _h G wrol Contractor Mrs. Pete Peterson and Gail I WA e.sen

I ), sales. ability, be financially :3 room furnished apart auto parts. Also ,used cars and pay Add.1ano1 mo reproduction.Nt may cost bo obtoinod which tar a Commission Set of Arcadia Monday morning. I
responsible. CommlaalonI ment for renL Adults only. will not bo roturrMKf lhttkt Mall, ____ __ '
trucks. DOND USLD AUTO t
volume bo made payoblo/ to .... Architect> I :.
"opportunity for man $25 00 month. Phone WA g- .
per PARTS. I mile South of Arcadia 1M 'wanourq N tho depat/f rrlt Budget Meeting
I woman couple or team That 9-1291. I be rNurn d ,t dawMgt. ond Swn,. "
U.S. 17. Phone WA
on .
fketrw: r..ned to fhe Arch TALLAHASSEE
Can Sell. Write today for In (Special
U tfc
frch. t
8-4381. Aged tondrhon. wrMM 19' Custom' Mode
formation. STHOUT REALTY. doy. ehe def. w1 for opollnp e/ The annual budget meeting of --
ao tttFOR
J. >E. Maim, Area Supervisor FOR RENT Duplex S38 Adt Orawino. _and Specification" may by. ,?.? the Game and Fresh Water

1223 E. Colonial Drive, Orl.n'W' Gloria Ave., Arcadia. $4)00 SALK 0% negotiable 'reproduction cost which cost pepnn wil Fish Commlslson will be held
' do Ha. be returned. A copy of tho f.Ion* at Tallahassee
per month. NE 9-3388 Punts Corporate bearer Bonds and Specification may be examined June 24. according

'W' 98. 37. 38, 30-0 Gorda or Quessie Pierce, Highway Bethel Baptist Church. Call Architect tree ot chatoe.. at tho Offico oIM to A. D. Aldrich. direc:

ctAalnso. D..Y' 17, Rout. 1, Dox 918 WA 9-b211. Loch bid must bo accompanied by a tor.The
Punta Cords, Florida. 38, 37, 38. 39pCLAttlMIO Cert.f.d Chock Cashier Chech or meeting will begin at 9

j 37, a8. 39, 40-p Bid Surety Bonrl Company executed lMCened by ..../.Bidder de bus-and 'a,m. !In the meeting room of the APERIESTop

CALL US FIRST DltriAV Motsn. / Florida lit. turn ague. to 'Tallahassee Motor Hotel DinIng ,.
I ...*.'' FOR RENT: Two bedroom at frvo tho per total cent J:4'n: ) ef, Bond the amount b' Room located at 1B3O N.

;140. ..... ef Pretty Native house 1 block front school. GRAVELY RIDING/ quired' o* a guarantee tha. If the re Monroe 8tr"t.Census i Work'Reasonable
1 Pine Lend with ereek rtittn Inquire at Wsekley's ruin! I MOWERSThe entered1 Bid i* accepted Into ar ri d the Contract performance will .be efit I Quality

I (Ins threueh North West eerner ture. 'ow ... aekb. t.w.e properly secured. The successful.S.>-
$200.00 per> asre.ZOO IJUcI'OR'RENT Gravely Can Take It rter will. be required /. execute a Collects Prices
rHONI SSAOINTONOROUNDS 71'-11" Performance Bond covering end .tncludma -
--,--- I
all loHor and material' Tho"
...... er 40O :..... et Cottage for rent EQUIPMENT Ce. erformanco Bond shall'1 be written' Data on Reasons Free EstimatesIn
Pease River.' Seme shared' m tho amount of one hundred percent I
all utilities furnished. Call 1
Mies, hi,* kanks. WA 8-4Ml! after five call W A Proposal llOO't Ie must of bo tho properly Cantroct,_).Price. The1 reasons why people are Your Home

$2ftO.OO per aere. 87971. rOR SALE Refrigerator No, auolifylno; letter* or era--omi looking for work whether '; a
w II 1 be censiderecl. : +
38 -tfc girls bicycle, sofa and chair MO SI DOt* MAY WITHDRAW A they lost or quit their jobs, DRAPERY :' :''
Jarrett mirror chair and stool for $3. BIO' submitted for period -of thirty left school or other reasons :
Hamilton OO> dev otter tho date .
FOR RENT-Fernleheel apertmenta. Vacuum cleaner electric heat rjp nliia of B>d*. w1 far the 'will be a new question In the '. :
Realtor; Private bath. Couples er. 18 North Osceola. WA 8- THi s THC alCMT; June Current Population Sur- SPECIALTIES
..... ... .W ":...., only 2 blocks from downtown. 211",11'* I e Hfr", c'i; I to to = Informof any orxloroil tie* 'therein.Sde t*'nd" ve-y. It was announced today .

uHAM Aw.l.w All utilities furnished. $30 per 33-tf; : Chairman-Board By A. |, HOC, IH of? Public by Thomas \Y. McWhlrter. Di Call 1eIre.. Cellmate
BWB BCTTV AHIWFOR month. Phone WA B-4793 orWA .Instruction l OeSoto County rector of the VS. Bureau of I
9-2331. 24-tfe FOR SALE Used Oae Rail'.. ATTKT.Florida I the Census regional office at .12 .. TAMIAMI DR IV.. CALL COLLICT NA B4B2OFORTCHARLOTTI.

I SAUB Modern 3 bsroom' In Good Condition. DeSou Hugh ..., to Atlanta CLA. JgRFtY LYNCH. De. ra'er 1

-bouse tar port, shade FOR Rr.N'T- Furnished apart Gas Cucnpnny. Phone WAlnut The Dso/v Board Counh eit'uiK. i/orrdo. :In.true t lor*, This question will be In addition .

and fruit trees. Lard corner! ment first floor. Suitable for s-ISOh. 83-lfc .I..... It _,8-25. It... to the usual Inquiries -. -- ------- -----------;.-:----.----

loL Will consider :33 to SO one person or coup!.. Inquire -CU"'I. ws.uTe ----4--tN TNI COU- T OF TM COUMTT_ on employment and( un.plorment .

trailer as part paymenL behind 202 8. lllllsborough. 1"001. ettoro CWNTT. rtoMO Included at the request of
Drownville Church 1e-u THACTOS TiaSSSTAM IM ... the Labor Department's .Bureau Pardon
w. a.t. .. eW o11..ae .... IM atl I1TATS OF of Labor-Statistics In the us t
ere *
Jlt 40. 41-p MOStlV. ITO
FOR RENT New available."Vacant /eeebr Iret/a Ike Mine M efttrtwo. ttARUeMeAMNdVIN Census !Bureau's monthly Current

FOR SALK: ADM1MISTRA.TORS apartments. Down Iq 1aNI I MAVIM4 Ail caiotross CLAIM OS AMa BtMAMOt rtatOMl Population Survey.

SALE = Furnished: town. Summer rates.Air fond AaANITAD ITATtt Hhe Census Bureau also
modern :3 bedroom home/ Ideally tioned.: DeKeto Apartments, 203 r*'ik AMeistoM. o 1.1./...... netitietl You .n..ah end reoutood o* yeu to r-i ore.r.Hereby t or v will ask supplementary questions but our PROGRESS IS SHOWING! ,
located: 4 blocks SouUt of W..Oak SL 14-tiff_ ass L+tk IA..a.rOR t,loireo and rl.menijs. eMcti you o* this month of women who
Dart ot soy *oy hovo tt
oooevst o
Court Mouse, for sale It faces FOR RENT -J louse completely aNN et MoroV Morvm MoOer." deceased have ever been married to ob t I
Palmetto Street late ., sex* Ceunty, *o ttio, .Information
quick .Ac furnished. .Adulta only. SALE ,Hunter' wheel C.unty udos e* Delete Ce x lv, on number ]
Ilion desired... Mike Pooeer Administrator No ...... WA 8-7801. balancing' machine John lonoo.. ot hit tk.w ttte court children ever born. ,,
toi N. Lee Avenue HUMS of tad County ot Af odio. The Current Population ,
33-tfc D..m wheel alignment ma .lurioa. ytMr *i.. olenoor rr* Survey .1 -
Arcadia, ria. chine. Boat. Motor and trailer treat trio time etM twit publica will be conducted here and "
FOR ,RENT lien o* true ....te.. Two ccen o* In 33e other
a1-ft a -Efficiency apart C-2 wrecker on 10 t.n truck. eocH >oim o* ei_ MaN bo m Sample areas 3 Mt
moot, 139 per month. LargeApartment. Fleetrlc: mimeograph rnachine writeta. and Moll rare trio p...e otre throughout the country during t .

ctASUrI.ISItATwi1. furnished a1 s. All items are In A.l condition the-tbrrnenf. .f.* .erf..d Mota"'C. orfrtress_ .ti* the week of June 14. Census 1 o.+;

UItM. .. Ittorre ';WA l-aUI er Inquire FRANK 'CLJNE: THACTORSKRV1CE. .by.. trbrw.oM Mt eeeM Bureau Interviewers who willeolfect )' .ol :
......N c..iew..aa.wt.aMr 101 N. Monroe. : at"one ond doMar occomparMod ant uch by cloWn o Maw or demand fee (Information locally Include : .

> ," */. N. '77. ere-v 3tltfc net so fiieit short DO oJ.abort .. : Mrs. Earllne O Doheney .

CMASIOTTI MfAM) MAHMIN4e I -- -- -- A* arfrmrMtro L Suiwmeroll of I.the tr I..... and Mrs. Lillian R. Iletmlnger. t' I ,
L: J.
L .. ,.. WANTED HOP WANTEDPUIMANCNT of Morcty Marve Mutt ley, Sarasota.i tI
a.New deceose'dyurve .- ._. -
wa *eo. rj.. See 114. i... REAL ESTATE Owvl.SC 1/e/brr awi Ij"t
..... run?*. .%.. He .-.,... _, HIXP: .WANTED '- 0iow r" ..onp .d wawf tMh Me tl+__ dtMtYtKe t 1',

,,, f WANTED' : Do you have land 3 additional waitressesheeded. ....o..aw. .Inr_ .... and.gooNfKe.... __ be__ .f.. 1 L I"I"f t I 1''
FOR SALE for sale Have buyer for 30 Experience hoauary.low .is, _as Jwty a. *. i itS4Nones i /oy 1 evr t lom wr epeM. Mw Ire C..ro
\I Lovely new concrete to 100 acre* suitable. for'C' | Apply Mr. McSheefeewv* Pine Ur -, Nt..wrY, a the' .:.. ... -=-- H,f ,

I Carport block and :3 bedroom hou... planting. Jarrett Hamilton. Puinl' Drtv.-law ....... -TO......csioito_ ;_t t "-ron"n.: ..-... AIM Ir 1 r
utility room. 3Vt Realtor. | JS.ttcorENI -...,>or>e...n VH. aewrerNt.Sir! IeMMcNNn. ;
miles north on U. ft. ..1'1. Nwater o ., art OMOhtioi a* Ai>niM,,__*: ot .' --- ....- l'yIHs
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17-lt /N eth/e N attrwn c- seaer ..... I ** mo l efe of Kenneth C ,: Y
bills or utility\ taaee.Price r: | HAVE : .o -. For two c.... All A.a. u et.n,. .....--. .. ttiteard .... ,
eeaa.. $100 down belenee I- IN. M114ktPhon. : ) men or women to rer* _..__ gird Meher pw_ C o Ceoroe W. McDowell U r I
'M per month. 1(3)Fuller Bruah customers I II In ---....--.. --....-..-... -.f.. -_ ..- AddwN -" : .

owner, WA I-A242.. JOHN PARKER DeSoto Count.)'. Florida. Dealers .N County__ Jwisuo Mew of lot Oo duWaeN ee County N a*_hstetl ,:.::...

... 3CaANNHa REALTOR' I I now making $90 and awter.lIt. .o a* .... Cwt rlu- Mtaer., ce.: ... w. _o.w.e.

afSNAT i every -.. roe particulars. =.. MwN .. +r.,1w 1w.w w \1 ...A..-....r"kl+v 't. :..

-. HOMES OROVteRANCHES write P O. Box toe. &*raota tpaIr.wlf ttRS IvsuCAtloN roo=: t: ..
I INItOtKI. .. Ilardek1
: or Phone 924-14 Leh tlerw d.rwend eve M I sTO traa.
Cerwar : ._ ,
Beet bak ...t J Nerth I HELP WANTEDTwANTED
0..1 I ..
'h fNer Areedle' ..*. ,WA Young man. willing to work SPRING

/ ......'"'CSS. hetteeMftfMrnlvhea' _,_ and wanting to learn a trs>le. SALE Cb ..
Has oelltlnraftae aitlMltr "1ftA'., mu.t> be 18 c and fn gout physical CLEARANCE f Kit Canon and J. D. SI a ppy, of kasa shown here Inntallinjr. new. Dial t tI

In hlt.fcer.. Lseate cuodluoo.' Apply ..N r. Switching; Equipment In Wauchula Central Office
ewt ef ally limit N t eeroo' Clause mechanical superintendent. tr .rUOIMAKIP* alekrp ...

ef land 5 Acr Tracts The Arcadian. .to. freyllnder. eele. reejSloon. I _. .. i
.._ '>M ire awl] oJ i The Installation of new dUI eq(rat office 'f I II
'b_ (i.dle./t1 ......,...,J'f"J I tlNeft Wet tti Area*.;Jwet ONLY S11M.OO equipment for Ute Waochufta XxcKaace shownberre" .

":.lliah.l Mwo_ht leflL.j aft.rV7*...... P...e ef MMpie "WANTED .. .. fc pet ffe .ai rapMIy PtasM for the '
?i.pr mi DIMONtTKATOMwe C eut..r.2. to aU Mw TRaevext 3"nemarrs
W. .... ...". a g bedreodaparllweta Aer. .."** mall sewn __ .a. __ Iwle/tlel/ewol fll Mt alak-\ are "'. .

ter N"'" pays*.**** .......". terete eej WANTED Oe.4 M4 s>ls_' V, -.ln x wMe a..y -

See. .. ...ll. we today. raladew. Win trade oil sow tunuturee !' !. **e rear tire*, vwrytnii ... wilt To 1"WoNt-rotnimlse-a IMTW the changeover_..... label confusion MNkLeesrTour you '
piaatav. .
'. .. N.w tlttlta.N '
telephone ewe old -. er. Hew 1
{ :JOHN PARKER.Center uxJsic-runifrruKX STOIULtxrcav Safe fric. $14II Tbrtxr Realty Co. supplementary\ tetevMiebe tareetee>ea aloe ,
-II1M"REALTOR .-I II a err I > eltatrfbuvrei prtorThie .e c........ t .r."' ww tit w'' ,' ...
1S N. 1fywN Ave.WA 1S4J.SCOUT Dee e.M.re.te.> :'f -....a
)B. D.
) Oak eUs ete
Awww ....., r-A.e* '.M xgisoaCLAMMMS t.wheof' d9i..l.*>...) OJTM {[) qwanee minioo dotlar evperwian. e r fpwtpstletlt
j. #104> e*> .-V very geed NRI>. .* r protta/a with new dlol a.Nehina
WA S-4a1 I elet'atw.o
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Bespitdl"OS i ..G.tu, man v ho ij thfe WP.Pk'' mvatcI'p .

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POLLUTIONA for their analysis. The water ... Juarw'' tidw",t, t \rl"lll": fit( }::.08. '

1500foowell that pump was a milky color and had the W1iI&''r)W..f,1..). un: ."uMotitnoa i As a young man he
odor of diesel fuel. I will keep
20OO gallons per minute three- .4eu.:.lwU..t true \ ran a store worked ina
to the
fourths of a mile from down you as results 'iil.ktf; 'tte M' ,lGseutld. DtOwlaQl.OltNntU. sawmill and a cotton

town Arcadia may be indicat- of their analysts""I t bte. ..,huts. I ts Kin but in this area
t tr
|the of what is in store for the want you to know that we, 3 tirti KiKs' hU4toAioi \ \ he held one job until

city if the Peace River Pollution are doing all in our power to l ,w mitres, Tw I to cut. he retired in 1955..
question is not resolved in help you with your water prob Aiaivufc,aawfcirt. And**,.M Jttaa- I

the near future. lem. We hope that something ,. rl IC,, tW ttfcMMt ChttoUn COc He was married on
will turn up in the near future ti..t'r May 30. 19O9. to a
'The .well located on the .<** .'-CJ.;: "Wvi Oouuwui, COt1'Wtes.h.'Ito
that your situation can be remedied ?->)butt",. member of an old Arcadia -
Watson Arcadia
Hafley Is only slightly ranch near of earl .- ...u."w 1..roM!. "Abner 'Allen.Vht : family and they

phur. The findings by Crocs agree f kAttvfMvJktMini: Ytyait, : have4 children 11

with the recent findings of .. orJ .tLM''vi.g.tte.t.er3 eaeten, tour : grandchildren and 7
The argument racing between Mayor P. P. Speer and Sanborn Various factions of thecities'
who a few weeks ago flew over .., ravu'tttuturw ,th a'etera. Head the clues carefully -
aldhtf( Peace River is over the Peace River checking water \tt7ltie-; '.....-s,. aiat4 'I'."" .. \ and if
the- Question! :' "I.* Peace River coloration.But you can
' .
polluted'" .Y.." says Will- art 'UUtwfAROM, identify the mystery
Uuffstutler. *
Sanitary Engineer
te% A. Cross* resident en in- Wk of Jun 5th man write his name
in a release from the
r with the Southwest Florida Florida Phosphate Council in ATTENTIONStaff I\.4 'Mtty"Utttott;-MrtttM'Htrece.Je.s.e and yours on a postal l
TOP mem'bers Car wnand!
District nanaseT
|.ttor Management fry ) and mail to The Ar-
Maxal Cline Edith _
oral in, .
1K o""' says K. 1C. Uuffstutler. Lakeland is quoted as saying: at the new Texaco: Station. Carleft Is Doyle Cook. Pictured in theCenter Arndt. ixama' lowtcr,' W. cadian. If your card

Sanitary Engineer' in charge of "To the inexperienced: and per Tire and Service Center recent. is Bob Hall. A fourth member It. .Vi htuucn.; .Jiinul King.1 is chosen and I is correct

m.! Winter Haven ,laboratory dying uninformed..1.lookl the tan color like of ly constructed in Arcadia, display the of ,the "new organization) who was not Stony Albrittou, MargaretjMuiitkoa << you wilt reccUo a thre*>-months subscription

of. thll -etA&e& .oerd of .1le Uth. a high turbidity exactly created by top-notch service they are offering a\ailable for the picture, la Cay 'Car- hcbocca: U.oCU4k.wan' : to the pa her.

din letter to City AdmlnisVatof. motorists. On the right is the '
a lather of Lyal. HighsrriiMi. -
pollution caused by phosphate _, __ ____u__ ownerr.__ _.__u __._,. mansjrer.eral f Evelyn, FINAL CLUE
Wayne $anboen. Cross mining wait This is not the -- Nai !teen, ;Chrtstm

atatesr Tmis Is to' notify youtJhat case as both our chemical and species of algae suspended the "now" problem In Arcadia. Now Business Cwchran.; Abnr Alien. Debbie -Ills. hobbifs bring him fish fillets

f found evidence of pollu- biological studies have showrt. in the water. City' > are open to suggestion Bishop Horace Walker Vlrgtala And sometimes 'venison stew t ;

tfoh .In'. McKlnney Branch Biological J. E.DW'eell. However the argument .oe>. *, and willing to cooperate Opens Doors Albrltton. Ills work naw him as a foreman ;
reports by
wttich 'lu ,know empties Smith Minnie\ Wyatt '
yod. residents of Arcadia are still In an' all-out effort to srcure toy Of a hard-bitten hard-working crew
staff in the
irfld the PeaceRiver. t not lead biologist complaining daily. People are for now. and the future 'In Arcadia Bill Koch (CM. leach. Aleu
Winter Haven is
the ,condition! of ,McKinney laoratory. calling City Hall and bringing a good water supply source. Its V hclr,> ,H.,)... Carver.. I I _. .. ..
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quoted as follows: pew >Hua u. opened V JDIRTIIS --- -- -- --------
Branch .catty Saturday morn- .mpes of the muddy water They propose to>> .keep residents doors .fair week 'n't the corner
Iq (May SO) and took a '..m- The turbidity In the Peace for officials to see."Flushing" informed at all times, of their of North Drvard and East 1 YOUR CONVENIENT
e of it which have deliver River la caused by phytoplankton Week ,of June BlhAir. _
of water lines hasbeen to the SUtc Board Of Health and variable quantlUes of carried out in the Last problems. Th* establishment will I I I be and Mrs. Wiley Catluliauiuan. "

deteritus (inorganic material. ) few weeks by. the City water Tessa and girl. Aka .. F. Otfrlch.. c."y takas. Pride! .In ann.ielag a new
whose identity is unknown. department with some improvement handling. gasoline Mr. and -Mr*. Edward Frank .. ...."...' dealer. lit Arcadia '
oil but mostly it U going to be
SINUSidet The condition of the streamis but the basic complaintsare Fort Ogden a complete,* store. tin frit*. Jr,. boy, John Ed* '

not unusual when the volume still there. Due to the Mr. Larry Carper 991 K. Lee .toartt rr4C vWeek. CARPER TIRE SERVICE

Julck MUtf. f tab. of highly mineralized changing condition of the riverin l NeWs Avenue Arcadia I I. the ownermanager of June 1st It North' .rvsr*. Avenue ..WAOscn .1-1\1 @o '
, waste waters from the Mr. and Mrs.. William Shelby
.l.t law iu>t*. ....... sewage recent weeks the city changes A recent resident In s.vn days. a wsk. f:10 A.M. t* tlKX P.M.
treatment plants of Lakeland Its treatment of the water Foster buy Johnny Lee For I ILeI'
.li.daa..dbea _11'..... < MItS VERA COLLINSMr. the Miami area. Carper moVd -
/.o. ..... _....... Bartow. Fort Mead, Wauch-- almost hourly" his wits Arln and 10 year I _
ula and Arcadia is considered. Mr. and Mr. Walter Lw1r.Cachran. .
auwat..d.AtaYdtttgARcAiksI The city's consulting engineers and Mrs. U O. Collins old son .Larry, to Arcadia several ut
...... The waste waters from M.J. flack, Crow and Eidsness. and Wanda visited Mrs. Roc weeks a,o.'Orrglnally. the boy' hedger Dvwayn

RVNACLEARSTORK State Packers also add to the Inc.. indicate that Improved Huffman. In.the Charlotte Hospital Carpers hail from Charleston Cochran. ...

,. organic enrichment to an undetermined laoratory techniques and In Punta Gorda last Sunday West Virginia. Wk ot Mar :7th

degree. facllitlea are one of the most evening' Mr Carper has been In the Mr. unit Mrs. Joseph. Edwin

)'fiJI'UQ\: Th term 'phytoplankton' is needed improvements, and that Mr. Lyle Woods of Nocate ore business In Florida for Mlcktr. girl' Susan Yvonne 1 {

.. O*..t* Av*. used to cover collectively sev1 several modifications and improvements wits guest speaker at the morning friar* than 10 years II*: wa Micklef. ..
l I to the existing program worship service at the liap- affiliated wlh the Firestone Mr.. and Mrs. Frank' Stanley

a I must be made. Uat Church Sunday nlornlng.Rev. Company as a factory "'P"- Hogg***. boy, Frank. CUy

The .Peace River Basin composed C. S. Smith of 1111. fla.preached sentatlv speclallimg In truck. ion Uoggs. I
Some 'Do Mr and ,Mr: Julian Harmon
of a large part of De- and tractor tire
the Church
at -
Soto Polk. Ilardee and Ch.rlotte Baptist Th new business wilt be Sterner,' boy Randall Harmon 'Iew.\\
Do Not! last Sunday night Rev Smith '
h 1 :Some. Counties has been foundto handling O. F. Goodrich tires lI r..r. tires
contain excessive amounts is a former pastor of the
1 -n:' t-is why some people accumulate of fluorides which in drinking' church. and passenger car*. "Anything Pool, I buy, Jeffrey Harmon get a compute sat at4!
Rev. and Mrs. Smith were Poole II. .
and lire
is detrimental to humans prtamlng to urea
I funds for easier and satisfactory living guests of Mr. and Mrs. Terry ** ear -
and livestock. A three-year srvlc, w1I b* doing .NEW.
and others accumulate debt loads and study of this basin and the Al- Collins Sunday night ,beforeleaving pr said.The DKATIISWk 9Nflco i

t. carry their burden from day to day, I afla River basin by a V S. Monday for a trip to new company will also ot Juke 8th
t week to week, month to month, andyear i Geological team at a cost of Mrs. Carol' rugate. Danny be offering read service! andIs Hal StoftelClement i eatt ruin," -_, 3 hll"11 UCII
approximately SOO.OOO. has been I a member of the D4oU I
Johnl and Tammy spent last "'*oIJJfcM ;
to year. and Chamber of Commerce.TH .
: approved by the boards, County
funds for this project will ba week with )lra. ,Johr\ niakcly Carper*, although they Named ,..... t .*!*'"i I MMItoM FOURTH TIIE'I.
Of C'OUw.* are referring to the people who I In Punta Gorda. _..14 I SISM I __ 6 +
'In Ar-
spend less than they earn and save a part of every budgeted in the coming fiscalyear Miss' Margie Lanier. and Joe have never before lived .Wl,. J IHr! I __ :
1 dollar. of .'8""'. cadi, are w ell 1 1 acquaint. Group Chairman .
J The study will be divided. Into Copoaltti of SI.. Petersburg *d with the area and have M.MM tr=ftM ,-&....': NO CHARGE : r
Approximately i a year ago the Rotary Club of spent Sunday with bar parents $property holdings in Dtftotacounty. .ply w iam. A. Clement\ ofArcadia T8ut1.m. oaraeo ... ._.
Arcadia awarded prizes to several I school boy for three parts: The distribution ,Mr and Mrs Alton Lanier. has. bn named chairman (..1O.n- .....'!.,,. :

service rendered their school These prise were of and sources of fluorides in Mr, and Mr*. Marcus. Dock) ---- ---- of the Florida. Optnmctrl
SSOO savings accounts in First Federal In Arcadia. the basins, and how to monitor and children noved to tortMyers AaolUon'a wmmllt OftchUcu. -Tubtfctt ,first art equipped f with D G's amazing new Prttur .
( The way these boys reacted to this. gesture of goodwill such sources; contamination of last wek.Mrs. daughter cam from Ft. Myerson '
vlaion.Tb Kp the ties
unusually tough sod rnfrUnt
illustrate wear
Club eloquently lo
frees the Rotary ground waters by surface water children Monday of last week > *
tissue Hagan and .
the caption of this little ad which says "Some DoS ofavailable visit Mr. Elmer Thornton. appointment was an
for ; systematic sampling are spending this .*.. nounced Unlay by' ,the aeaoclavtUm &
and Some Do Wot. On of the boy eager wells in the Other vtsltmg Mr. and ......
certain things withdrew his $a.OO at the first areas.Th In Furl Myers visiting Mr. '* pcMtdani, Dr. Robert J.
and Monday
opportunity another has added $129.00 to his propuaed three year and Mr*. Marcus Dudd. TbornuMi on Sunday a-nber. SHOP ARCADIA, FIRST
account. study dors not help however. Mrs. Berntc Junes left Tampa were: ".... and Mrs kJ. ........ .......
lie.tina MucfceOyof
Smith. Mr
by plan Sunday for a tripto
A large number of men and women In DSoto C..***..nd. Mrs. Mollt Ci. enr
New York Mrs. Jones plans
accounts at First Federal '
County have savings .
tins and Mrs. Georgia raiany.
who have never had an opportunity to saw before. I :s attend the fair while (stJew
and Mr Donald. luu-
Mr. *
Scene of these but accounts are ware gradually started beingbuilt with Miss York. .. who haa worth. Kay, and ....nd. (MM .. y tt .
only a dollar or two they Percy Doc.* .. ;
into substantial t wma. Thus pear4 era ar been teaching school 'In Key Croy were In 8.'.. .. last .

i riving at real satisfaction and genuine pleasure In west .la her far the summer f rmsy .
1 their campaigns to aav*. Onladyt 1 this week Bald month rrtands. of Mrs Dorothy ; .. .. .a a wla
I she walked two miles to open her savings' account' KR68f1dWI Yeoman wf grieved to .leach
recommended Fiat Federal flip and Mrs f S. ........
She said hr neighbors : .last Thur
r ah* passed away
a* a pleasant place to d* tuteea*. and b.by Wilted Mr. Clayton Say June IIUv Mr. Yo.rnaMlived
HoffMS and family during the
Jun to. I b the next dividend period and First 3 wk.nd.Th in Fort" MI.'". She sea .- !

Federal in Arcadia' will pay :: savings *"rc vpt Vacation. Bible School a lass of Mr, Morton. Llv .
holder* more than MOOOOOO i dividends ,lone <* ingu>n. Sympathy la **tna> .
at tb
Monday *
six month of IN. -at tba.s." o.*. .H. %" per morning ed to the bereaved family_ '
r ed/
-- Baptist Church. A total W IS -- "- :
annum. enmlUd. Mr. and Mr*. Marton Uv
wets Th children
ingu. Richard and Mrs. l.,.cna -
nying) the vingMtg. HI-
How to liven b.were.. .lories and hand _k. Butler spent Sunday In Ft, EvoJuUon d
upa Wall***
.- Commencement night will been Myers with Mrs. Betty
Wednesday night June 3
lunch box All parent* and ethers ate .Isrvlted .II attended. th* fuhen"l of MrUvlAgiton'a ..
sister Mrs. f>*r
t* attend Ute rDmmn>
;First Federal at.**-c.**.. -**a-..i.aeAk ; a ySaigsg. ttvcni program and sal Ute thy Yoman* who died. Thursday

td M eea4arab teeses n.e sad hand workMr In Fl Myr .

I w md.r wks pee."ii-ah sod Mrs. Jack Higgsewe M,. and Mi* galy l Walker. .. ..J 1

Savings And. Loan wick Mew k. : ** slay rhlMren" *4 Jackson. Mla. Mr, and Mrs. Tylor 0.Mn. .""' -
.a. ia.tb1NKRAFT and Hat. Wur 0a
.. .
.. hiss been visiting Kr pests
Association use. stt.nd.it the funeralMrs. 'et
Mr and MeL Jerry rretvrh.
Yeoman" They all spent
1t WU Saturdaymorning !
4i 4, IH ; Sunday with Mr, and Mr.
by plan for : trip to
Of DeSoto County Wlttum' and Mr, .rs4
Chicago Mr. Illggs ad rOfrcn Much

ARCADIA. FLORIDA j.i i Sandwich Spread < .left S.ily Monday. Durranr mocninaVairs. and Mrs: .Taylor. mil ftoughtrvy.Sirs H......., at. N* ewgri.

Mrs fl.lib Hamlltnrt 'and N Y. .and Mr*.. Alvin w

__ __" --- .- ..- 1. loose cat Yenlc- plated. inrtr
.tether Mr. Nation t>. *>mmf
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-a. 'J I" t e- i D Mrs. Uvingstoaiand ....4e7 l

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Mrs, 'Morton Uv- .A

+ ....... ....l .*.*.... bays *lMsarfc r IL N r..
Turn TWO DOOR 12 ewgew..d last. tank.UkfV Revolution!

me. 1.hvin...on iquri4 kM
I .
IEFlIGERATOR- sate a 4 Y MW .wds **
see sew : r
r.t: r" ;Pk *. An Tlg-piS* Is s.fll ''eraA weAbII ...._._elicte Iart.d to art. T.m the. _.wg ... :y.Y > .f *.. *y rnd-

1 % I ate* ataC Sit. pas M rtAfyvr .. Ma --.... ..ene.N. CMI9 ........ w y. .. f..Mfi.,.,, .... 1ft .".,
.._ z... .*.>.. Fr.rs..t H..U* .a> *. .... .. Ii. .'.. .. ......- Sineit .-
for sr. U
_.-. ef ,..... ,.... garMarrday .....' ;..... I won ... n..a.4 eve.I. ...:..1f:Ir n l'r.
"" Wnaeeday. sod .frs 0. .rasr sob ..... salsas ........,.,. Inr..irl ...-.-....:.::trtal ,...... IInwyr+ .ae
.... w.... lUftat .e.ha. He .... tar ad .... 'eves_a rtfl.h ...,4 .IA.eftlryet/ens. A ...... read.ew. A .Ane pie" '1Np+ nest s V'fiC pe flat ........

*******.**. .ig ..,.. Aae Tr.wiereeeeUy N.... a-........ gksiWtq. ,Mksao M Pint'\ ..- raalaW. ""-.,and trtlnI fi in.. ....man.
Tik..i Casf.H wen .,.. 1:4.: Mar. -0.......,.". 1rwIhae'. ..,., :!;sees
Slnsl.... 2 gealf..9 h.wr ". gut -.e.. ..... Larsen elf Cbee. 'ets' ->*ra-.A f*.aft.. la it I .kaq sewn., ...k..eti a nand re tan Dog
ecceee h Had. 2 deer eb.t ee fie. $ '5,1 -. ?iti1.- N I uiw'y.. .'* .wo es. pee M ..... .are7 lttare tt,....

wt's. 269 M1.rf.tsar'a..... Ira a ........ .....__ .-.. wg.t .tr ...... y.r... (r.. w m
: 'o 334. mt ar7a,yar.tItCII.-. .
Male .aCt: C.1.es. c.." -lone. ..d : S.H. A.'ln latH 'ttl.t ka..u.a eertlr. lOt'

W113et. .... c..niirk.t..ttlt. _-.- lUte.. t..&""i Dale rear. ....... resent.I .. twaoilawwmsaa -: ",.., .". D"If"A'I ';;':....
4 --- -.4;; r I ..$4 '... Mere..n AaMrbaa he1d su1l-' _

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8A1THE, ,.ARCADIAN.'Art! :: Florid.' Thursday.( June 18, '1964 !I .!Its ..Uftt.H! v 'lIh.t,, )6.' .,J ($H'fl I t l" RnlCIC Diflb j ,:;

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Annual Election.: jj wi -- -- -
Kiwanis ClubAssignments Elks Rodeo Day Chamber Stilt

Of Red Cross Barbecue Aids

Needs Funds
Officers SetA Crippled I Kids
meeting of the newly el- Set For RodeoThe
ected board of directors of Proceeds of the Arcadia Elks On New OfficesThe I
Rodeo Day Barbecue .on the
the DeSoto County Chapter of master of the
the Red Cross will be held are In business pancakejamboree Fourth of July will again go to DeSoto County Cham-

Monday\. June 22, at the Cen- ,,, 4 Il; wt, L t S earn proceeds for their againto underprivileged the Elks Crippled Children'sHospital ber of Commerce needs some
Umatilla. officials
tral Transformer conference child program. have announced. ;$8OO in order) to meet Chamber 2:00 p. m'f'

room according: to Jimmy The Arcadia Kiwanis Club will This year's event will inaugurate debts, for the new office according :
Boone, secretary of the chap- be handling 'concession stands, Daniels,
the to John II.
newly completed
ter. The meeting; will begin at ticket ; (
ushering at structure north of the Elks Chamber } N4H
8 p.rrtj i ''it manager.'ALpgetherspmz I r
the Arcadia Alt Florida Championship -
: Club Lake
on Katherine
The new board will choosea Rodeo .July third and Time when :: $2,000 has |
chairman for the,: '1904-63: fourth. these was many Of been ,subscribed'to" the. Cham I
thronging into ,.Arcadiafor
Present chairman, Ralph Cochran : The announcement was made the annual Rodeo faced ber's nev;*:'office( : fund by member .
announced that the Red public Thursday evening at W pleased with
a the prospect of a long hungry are very-
Cross exceeded
theft yearly1 r 4A committee meeting after Kiwanis day. Just into the response and feel sure that
getting one of
quota by about $40. They collected meeting by Robert Sor- the local restaurants was almost the rest will be forthcoming AT
$278O for the past year. rells Kiwanis president. Sor- aoon from pther members and {
much of
a* a'feat aa tak-
The new board''of directors reils stated that the entire citizens, Daniels said.
ing first place In the bronc
were chosen, last. Thursday at : club has been organized and riding. Daniels continued by saying -
a Church.meeting at the Methodist L LL N mobilized including the Key Recognizing the need for a "additional subscriptionscould PRA! ADMISSION {

Mrs. John Memberschosen are club in order to handle the soluitlon] Elks of Arcadia Lodge be used handily toward WON M Betas sass
Treadwell. III, Mrs.
ry project properly and success this community project. The
Caroline No. 1924, In 1961. institutedthe -
Campbell. Richard I 4 fully. Concession stands are annual Rodeo Day Barbecue people who have already subscribed Friday thru Mona !
Mrs. y
Cobb J. E. M. Massie.
located on the north and south would be grateful too,
and the Rev. Raymond Hayes FIRST HALF CHAMPIONS:-The Jessie Hitch Darryl Head. Robert sides of the arena and will one,of which the prime has grown attractions to be of for help from others." The Funniest Picture :

was re-elected. Methodist Men's club team walked Heine. Hilly Neal. Kneeling are Brad be selling food and cold drinks. Arcadia's Fourth of .July Cele- Many citizens: some with no You'll Ever See :
off with first half honors by defeat- Scott. Randy Hughes Ralph Brady Members of the DeSoto High bration. business Interest In the area r
ing lodges[ Tile. Members of the Robert King Durwood Smith and School Key Club will be sell- Club officials emphasize that, at all. have stopped In at the heIncredible
Missing SubjectsContinued team left to right standing are David Bat Boy. Mike Mundell. Ing cold drinks In the stands. as always barbecue will be Chamber office to donate from
Bradshaw,Jeremiah Scott Lee Hughes Story on page 1-A (Arcadian Photo) Sorrells announced the following served from 11 a.m., right after two or five dollars. "They are
coaches; Donnie Hall, Hex Smith assignments to committee the Rodeo Parade until people who believe In a good
( from page 1-A) members; Willis Peacock dusk when the Elks fireworks Chamber and wanted to help"
description should contact the tickets and ticket sales; Henry display at Lake Katherine will Daniels Itatf'd.Additional MKLijniiet
Highway Patrol. Lamer food procurement; Mike again delight young and old. subscribers to the
Sheriff Holton also reported Pooser ushering; Charlie new office fund are. M. & M.
that his department was going Free Chest X-Ray Unit Whidden special events chairman Motel. Gulf Naval Stores Dr.
to file .+n official request with ; George Smith concessions Harold S. Agnew. Rupert
I the State Attorney to call on 4s. George Wadsworth. Key State CharterTo Smith Agency Dr. E. .J. Sch- ....TOirjOTn CWOECCOXI(
the Federal Bureau of Investigation Club; Phil Ke)... publicity.All rnierer. Mr' .and Mrs. FrancesS. ANDREW DUSUil JACK WESTCN
to aid In the search proceeds: received by the New BusinessA Graham, Lucille R. Fletcher. LOUtS KEKJB6
for the four men who escaped: Here Friday Saturday Kiwanians will go for theAr Florida Power It Light Co.. and 1trlalCdap,
I from the County Road Camp underpriviledged chlldrens project new corporation In Arca- DeSoto Canning Co. o .q.roer IYIMwgl,1t15tpMD
May 18. -, and all proceeds receivedby dia wus recently chartered at The Chamber' new quartersare PlusGORDON /
The men stole a car which ;" "f'" the Key Club will be used 805 Cast Oak Street, according located across South De- --
was found abandoned in Fort The free chest X-Ray mobile are 1 pm to 4 p.m. and ft p.m. i Ii". : for their activities. to Information Issued from the Sutu Avenue from the DeSoto SCOTT
Lauderdale and since no trace unit of the State Health Department to 8 p.m. M lUcky Dodd Is In charge of office of Tom Adams, secretary National Dank in the A.C.L. '
has been found of the fugitives. sponsored by your In previous year these vlists organizing the Key Club pro- : of state. Depot Area folks who have GULl : ,
Sheriff$ Holton surmises that local Health Department and to DeSoto County by the Stale jects., The new business, to be not visited the new office are
I they left the State.A TU Association has only two Health Dept mobile chest X known as Fowler Grove and Invited to do so at their con- Aroma. r" ,
second accident reported more days scheduled In De- Hay units taking free chest Nursery Inc.. has an authorized venience.
by the Patrol occurred Monday Soto County. Friday June 19 X-ltay have proven very popular ... stork of 250 shares of com- MPIRi.
night at 11:50 on U. S. It will again be stationed at and a great number of '- .. .' a This and That mon stork and will deal in *
17 at the Arcadia Motel.A the corner of Oak and Polk DeSoto County citizens have .JAMES A. STAUCH grove and nursery business. VAIN 08 SHIIE ..+r:.: coumscor '
Streets. In front of Koch's taken advantage of these free Incorporators
I960 model car operated (Continued from page 1-A) are -aareeotw NfrMM 7rawllt. ,...'
by 17 year old Larry Gaston mug more, and on the following chest X Rays. The sponsoring W. Fowler Sr.. llarland W.
Rachel, box B8, Nocstee, ran In- day, Saturday June 20 it organizations arc In hopes that i meeting will take up discussion : Fowler .Jr.. Herbert II. Fowler Next Week :
to a culvert when the front will be at the Rita Theatre 'on this current vlalt will prove Stauch Named | of the budget for the fiscal all of Arcadia, and Don-
suspension system came loose. South Alabama Avenue. The even more popular. It Is reported year 1064-03. ald E. Fowler of Irving Tex IO MIO/
Damage to the vehicle was hours for Friday at Koch's corner that this could well be Band DirectorAt -- The motion for corporation was .TNEa'' A j
estimated at $25O and was removed are the same aa the day the last chance for two yearsto Winners at DeSoto Theatre filed by Chesterfield Hays of ;
i by Albrltton's wrecker before, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and get ,the free chest X.Hay. DeSoto High were first place, Roy Ola Band Arcadia. I s .CI'7DThNW'" I:
1 No injuries were reported and 2 p.m. to S p.m. The hours of .James A Htaurh of Chief-; !Hoy Ola. Mike Cochran and
no charges were flied.I Saturday at the Rita TheatreIi land, has been appointed band Earl GuidI'). They played "Mc e..wses.aarr. e.rfls_ '
I Another accident Investigated director: for the DeSoto Coun- Coy" and "Wipe Out". Second
Rodeo TicketsContinued place Christine Bass singing County Gets Plus --.
by Trooper Morris occured ty high school: it was announced j
Friday .June 12, two and one Countians: here today by Hugh Flan "Blue. Blue Day and third II 11 Race
half miles west of Arcadia on ( from page. I-A) ders. County school auperln- ]place Sheila Hudson singing Racing Funds :1O P.Nightly M.
Highway 70 when a 1932: pick- Attend State they didn't know a single pro- tendent. "When I Saw Her StandingThere" DeSoto County will be one -- 0. o
up truck driven by Robert Lee fesssloiial cowboy 'but with Stauch. who was band leader of Florida's 417 counties to receive MATINEES2J0 .
\ Watts, Jr..'made an Improperturn 4-H Conference the sublime confidence of at Chiefland during the Next week talent show will a check for $8OOO In racetrack P. M. ,
into a private drive andS youth they went ahead . past school year, was'born; In be fur children 13 years and funds now being mailed,I Wednesday FrldaySaturday a\
1 ., aide-swiped by a semi Friday, June 'IB, ends the and so was born the All-Flor Columbus Ohto. 'Insail./ s. He 'under. according to Information received ttlascolorr
'a trailer truck driven by .John i five-day 4-11 !- tat:,: Conference Ida Champloruhlp Rodeo.In Is a graduate of 0(119( State Run-off of all the talent this week from the office AIR CONDITIONEDFor I 1INNI3C.ttear.wsroUluTIDAIt11Si3:
Bradford. which began last Monday at that flnt show "San An- University, has a bachelor degree show winners for the last-four of State Comptroller Ray ComfortSARASOTA
i The semi-truck overturned the University of ,Florida at gelo" .Jack Ruches who had in music and education ,,weeks will be held Thursday E. Green. I
f Into the ditch on the south aide Oalneevllle. been with buffalo Hill shows from Tampa University and 'night .June 23 Green said that each county
of the highway and damagewas In the conference 4-H members and with Miller\. mothers 101 has also studied music and education -- has received a total of S220.OOO Local TALENT SHOW
estimated at about $700. will have an ''opportunityto Ranch Show was brought In at the University of The descendants: of Charles. from the fund during the cur-I KENNEL CLUB
Watts was charged with not Increase their knowledge as director. Hughes was formerly Florida. Lewis and Lee Ford will hold rent fiscal period which Is an On Stage Monday
having a driver's license and and understanding. "of self and a resident of Nocatee. The new director: will arrive 'their annual Ford reunion Increase of $21,000 over the I Between U. S. 41 301
,0 t Improper change of lane. their relationship! to" others, ThU )..r's events will have In time for the summer music June 21 at Myakka State Park. same period last fiscal year I Bratfontoit Road Night .
,r leant the. importance: of democratic open 60 spots for ropers 24 program and students wishing 'Everyone with the name Ford I ------ --- ---- .1
r Value and citizenship for bareback riders 24 for individual Instruction: sod band 'or connected to the For If In == .:::. = ; I
State reipohablllUe as -'young citizens saddle bronc. 24 bull riding 32 practice are asked. to troll at 'any way la expected to gatherfor I
Realtor and: learn how* to apply bull-doggers and 20 places fur the high school Friday, .June an all day picnic lunch and

.,, and share conference Information cloverleaf riders. 19. 'fellowship I
(Continued from page I-A) In the County 4-11 pro- Clowns for the two-day Mr. Stauch. a Presbyterian. --
He was a vice president of the> gram. events will be Duncan (Dune) Is married. and has six children. A simulated air search prov-
Florida Association of Realtors Member attending" from De- Gammage and Donald (Dot) The family will arrive In Ar- 'ed very successful Civil Air I
In 19ST and has headed I Sofa County... Eva Rose llaan Doyd. The DeSoto Sheriffs caUia in the next few days. ;Patrol officials report. The r BEDROOM AIR CMDITIOKEfl !
,4 state convention and building; Peggy Broom Shirley PuMettes will periorm' tnw.r local C.A.P. unit bad the responsibility
4 committees as well as the Uoard i Carlton Shannon St.In brook. well known drill and the Arcadia to find two replica The ideal balance'of : I
4 Services Committee of the National Sandra' Copeland. Mike Iooeer. Quadrille will also per- Albritton Begins crashed plane The first plane cooling and dehumidifi- QNLYModel _
Association of Real Estate Mike Dawsey. Danny Johnson form. was sighted In approximately cation for
Hoards. and Barry Coldrl.... Agents attending Pete demon, manager of Basic 18 minute and the second In sleeping comfort!
TrainingEdward approximately 40 mnut**. Instant Installation... -
Vordermeler and his wife i are Mrs. Poatelle DawN the Okeechobee cattle auction
have three aorta: two are In the t ), home demonstration agent, and defending rodeo champion M. Albritton. 20. son Piloting planes In the local built-in side panels $13995
real estate business and one In i and W. I.. Hatcher County and Malt Condo former All of Mrs Carrie W Albritton of squadron exercise were R. D. Lightweight. easy to handle
Florida will 521 Washington street Areas Welles. Twin Comanche;
the Air Fore agent. champion cowboy Quickly removed for
be two of the entries. In this dia. has begun basic trainingat George Ola. Swift; Ed Watson storage R a> 202 A \
season's events A record- the Naval Training Center Bonanza; and .John Dowd. .J3.Mrs. Bedroom Quiet ____
ARCADIA LIVESTOCK MARKET breaking crowd .la expected for Great Lakes, lit. Barbera West waa dispatcher
the a p.m. program on July 3rd The nlne-we.k training Includes from ground plane SHOP
and fur the main& event beginning naval orientation, history assisted. by Debbie Dowtl and ARCADIA FIRST
at 2 p.m. on .July 4th. and organization, seamanship Brooke Diamond was In chargeof
Livestock ReportJune Bulls, stand horses fur- ordnance and gunnery, recovery wagon.
nlthed. by Pat Hansel fur the military drill first aid ami sun Commander Dowd termed Arcadia Music
rudeo are seasoned veteransIn vival. the exercise very successful Furniture Store
10, 1904 unseating and. upsetting cow During& the training recruits. and reported that the local
buys In other rudeua about thecountry. receive tests and Interview unit gained much experience.
621 head of cattle and calve in the offering. Slaughter He said that three or four ef
which determine their futureassignments 33
W. Oak St. POLK'S
teen and heifers scarce: cows steady, bulla scarce, anti The ferocity of rodeo ani- In the Navy. Upon the exercise& are to be conducted WA 8-7281

calves steady. Stocker ateera steady to JM higher heifer > male caused Jim Murray of the completing the program they each year
Lo* Angel. Time to : are assigned. to service schools ,
.60 to 1.00 higher, cows steady, and calves JM() to l.OO say -- .
The coat of arma of a rodeo for technical' training or to .
higher 04 percent to stocker 10 i prcent of the sale was 1 should be two crvoard crutches ship and stations& for on the 1 : 'I

cows, and 87 percent of the cow was slaughter. rampant on a field of anna"nea job training a Navy ratingspecialty.
.You ride a bronc .
Slaughter Steera Stocker Steer one day and a wheelchair the Naval training produces,, the Think of all the cars you could buy for under $2,40022 .:

Stdn *16.00 to '18.50 Good *:5.25 to 118.1'0 I nomt. Your either In a sad power in seapnwer by supplyIng -
Uty 1525 Med 13.COto 16.10Cut die or ea ran, either oo quaUfied personnel, to men Now t think of f this: Wouldn't you really rather have a Buickl'f! :
horseback or on your back."1 the ship, planes and shore -
13.00 Com 12.00 to luG: stations of today** Navy

Slaughter' Heifers Inn! 10.00 to ls. O ", t

StdnSlaughter IIG.:S Stocker- llvlfer ARCADIA DRIVE IN. 4

Cow Good, 'HLS5 to $17.00 BHUARYHHH : THEATRE .
Med 14.00 to 16.50 I
Uty 12.75: to $15.00 u S. J 1. NORTHTMUWSOAV ..., ..
Cut 11.00 to 1125 e..Com" 12.50 to 13.00 tmn-<<) I S Mile. - ---- --
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Inn 10JQO f :
Can 9AO to JL1.7S .. F ..
toast -tti .k. '
d .' lir Cans. ... _.. .r5 ./ .
( M. D r* Slaughter Hull CaA4, $12.00 to f 14.75 I Mr*. Unretttr IV V4" ---.I THIN RED LINEQueen I ., f
Uty' 10.74 91* CrawtoeU Avenue, FV Kelp_ DentteI .
Cut 12.Wtoi 13.50: 'Inf' 9.0010 11.75 Myers" ,, died. Than fay. .June II. I ....
She had brrn a resident .C n. of Outer
Can ll.&Oto 12.75' Stacker Bull I
Mjrrr tee II .
year* Z.a Z.. O.a..
led $l3: to UAO tfurvtvutg are a daughter, I -
Slaughter. Calvcw Inf 10.OO to 14.25Stocker Mr. Jam.s tlaR. Ft. )""I ,..., SUNDAY .
Good $17.60 raotlMr. Mr. CUiabeUt U..v.c- II MONDAY
.* ." .StdnlUty JMto917JM. Cmlve' auav Arcadia; ,two brother. I Lady & The o..I-TrampWfONItOAV : :} .
Morton UvtwtaM.. Oeden;
ISUWto 15JWVesJer Good $172S to $22.75 sewALMOST tl

..J ld 14.0010 17J2S Watdan two ftMm.Uvtngmton.).tr. Hilt Arm"--t.is: ; ANGELS. 1964 Buick Special V-6. $234320. r
t Ier .. .
Com 12.00 to 13.00 I .Newtmrch. X. Y. Mr. Alvte -- -,- ......-wnrr.ewl anew.4.....p... .. f.. .. ...... r'
Good 917.00 to $19.50hda Jones. Nukomla Ala urrtv SATURDAY e w v e 5..a. wwt.r -' -s1n tons g.w t.. w $... -it :
:( e\1U1 !CMJO '16ASAA,"" .. ... ..--kh' Children. .. o' lilt.I ..wee. p..r. Crnwp.. w -+w o.Mw... Pws..aueee. kM oe+rre ref.re as.r .s......es.va.a .... assess +
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I 1 LEI: To C'ca' ttoi' rtlNfn is/il/, {ucf Almighty God. glory be to Thee that regardless of

I Alternative Need At The PollsBy fide eke +..n.a.:.h .'Oita whtgnfftMr.n' setbacks and discouragements. whatever we do for Thee

'. .,WorSA is not in vnin. Renew our zeal we pray that we may
1 .Hfv0af Af1YTl WN do our utmost in spreading Thy Kingdom. In Jesus

I THURMAN SENSINGThe It may" be that the U. S.. to contend with the same kind f YFRGIAGES J Jraneteiv name. Amen.
failure of many Americans electorate will have a significant of reportorial bias that proved
to vote on election day choice this year. Senator > such a handicap to Richard PARKW.t y I If.if
I can be traced in many cases to Barry Goldwater's victory'> Nixon in I960. His, positions on
j the absence of any significant In the California primary over. foreign policy for example 0' 0 ty BROWARO Cedkte lc Jlra",1 :JUrf( /
choice on the ballot especiallyIn Governor Nelson Rockefeller were twisted almost beyond /
presidential elections. Indicates how conservative voters recognition, so as to make him
Time and again the candidates will react if they" have a i appear to be a man of recklessness -
for the Presidency have choice. California is not re> and irresponsibility.These NAPLES .lauder
sounded almost Identical. Indeed garded as a uniformly conser various handicaps still \' Hollywoode Those Glories Of War
some observers h.vesaid vative state. Senator William
did not prevent him from "
that the reason Richard M. Knowland went down to de 0 A UC 0 M,koeeei I.itcAY
at the polls.
gaining a victory
Nixon lost the presidential- election feat in 1938 when as candidate Why The only. possible answer ,. t... teeea Hi lei h p Ill Dy ROBERT MORRIS to John F. Kennedy was for governor he plugged for aright is that voters who were ,. Mid tkodlh t>L.JIplus twenty yore has reflect thai this area was l\o'er
the frequency of his agreements to work law. Other con- indifferent In the past because MOhRQE Corot Gobl come and gone. Again we have l'u"lIh
with Mr. Kennedy on servative candidates have fared they didn't have anyone "11 I i( mi !...... iv' ..N with thapauilit' The Soviet Union then wenton
the now famous television de badly in recent years. The Incumbent to vote for. came out to vote Ln'n.cfiril praise<< of the launching of' the to carve out a Communist&
bate. Had Mr. Nixon offered Republican Senator in the inasmuch as campaign that brought the Poland' It did not even Bfcve
a clearcut- choice to the voters, William Kuchel is a liberal they realized primary that. in Senator ..cru...... in F.urope": t<. a happy Polish Communists to head' up
the New Frontier might never Reput.r lean. Goldwater they had a man t/lur"111:: ending. All kinds of' rhron the new government. The 'Ukrainian -
Into existence. The Despite this Sena- War II being
have come situation. who would speak stern- truths ides of World are novelist Alexander
nonvoting conservatives- who tor Goldwater. who took clear that other politiicans are afraid turned out by our historians Kornelchuk had a Polish wife
t" were dismayedor cut conservative positions on to voice.It and text-bowk writers MildcslgruHl whose maiden. name was Wanda
disgustedwith domestic and foreign Issues U> make a whole generation Wntllewika She was recruited -
the absence triumphed over Governor remains to be seen whet Alligator -Alley Gets Court Okeh of Americans believe to head up the "Union
.r v of a n Rockefeller. It should be realized her Senator Goldwater can that sanguinary holocaust wus ol' Polish Patriots" which later
ahem alive too. that Senator; Gold- rally sufficient support to win something that It was not. become the Lublin Govern
could have water lacked press support his party's presidential nomin I note that many. of my contemporaries : ment.
casiley o u t- except among the smaller ation. Even if he wins the no (Collier County Daily News) inK on it in 18 months or two yrnrs.: t now 'Ignore an elemental LaI I'. Stalin deliberately destroyed
weighed the newspapers and that Governor mination capturing the presidency As expected the Florida Supreme If this estimate by Monahan holds fact of that war: that the Polish Home Army
,. blocs of herded Rockefeller had working Is something else again. Court has approved the validation by true, anti without some tmforseen Stalin and Hitter pnlntly. started that wj holed up 'In Warsaw:
voters who for him not only the highly lie may not achieve either& ob Circuit Judge Walker of the $17 mil till ttculty it well should It will .greatly the war that both the Russian walling for the Soviet Army
,t put the New paid teams but the backers of jective. Dut regardless of that. lion bond issue for con*trial ion of the pl.Nit, all Collier Countians who and the Germans Invndeil to liberate that Nasl-ot-cupled
Frontier into Henry Cabot Lodge. In addition Senator Goldwater has shown INiland. according to agreed' city On July 1044. the Sovietcoittrnllrtl -
Naples Ft. Lauderdale toll road, an xincerey convinced aste un.
the for conservatives lie .
power in Washington. Senator Goldwater had way plan, and that some of thecruelest KitscUinkq Radio
Countian now affectionately that Alligator will be teiu>fi-
has demonstrated that in a which Collier Alley deception of thesedays signaled the Polish underground -
such California referred to ; "Alligator dial to lath Collier nnd Hnmard Co:
giant state a* Jus. were the work of the to become! ready' to rise
where liberalism is strong In Alley." unties. Communists. You wuuld never up. Stalin 'told Polish I'rrrnlar
:100 eral 50
Cla.JJ-A1 both parties, people will turn This approval should" clear I up tho The many false, rumors concerning learn these elemental facts by \hk..I".I""k: that his army
out If they have a real alter- last obstacle to construction of the the toll road have pretty well watching television' which I i., would occupy. Warsaw on Align
native offered to them and not highway and permit county official: been laid to rest. quite) obviously to most the principal:' source *t A. The uprising' was 'ace:
simply another exponent of to push for acquisition of the few remaining its construction will have no effecton oC 'Information and Impression.- mrdlnity directed.
Florida Fair Exhibit theme too" philosophy. miles of right,of way. This the four-tuning of the Tamiaml! The ttlbbvntrup-Mololov pact The Pole' fought: valiantly:
The wisdom of Senator effort has been voluntarily stayed by Trail I. which still will be needed us was announced to a shocked until October 3. The S3 divl- ,:
Gold water's approach I I. con- world on 23 August ID3D. This dons were too much) for them.
county official until the Supreme badly as ever" since several' sectionsof
firmed in statement- made by pact signaled the start of World The Soviet move was not (ortl.coming. .-
By" RUSSELL KAY to the nation for that matter a
Court made known its decision I Owners the Trail are now in : of
process .
4.o, Along a 500-foot front on Our previous exhibition show Arthur Krock. the one conservative other War II. Thereafter Hitler and Stalin would not ;even
of needed right of way were understandably being fourlanedand four Invaded Poland In allow the Allies tu
Stalin concert drop
(j Meadow L a k e In Flushing windows have all played an voice on the editorlal sup-
hesitant to make a bindIng tuning project<< are being plammlfor )
iMradow Park, at the New important part in attracting page of The New York Within four months Eastern pile. II. cruelly and deceit
.y' York World's Fair the Stateof visitor and hum. seekers and Times' at Law Day. ceremoniesat decision until the Court was the not too distant future. Poland was Incorporate fully caused the whole Polish
florid* has created a $3.5 acquainting Industry with the the University of Virginia heard. The charge made by some critics, Into the USSR and Its people (Continued' on page 3-11)
million image of its attractionsand numerous advantages this state this year Mr, Krock said this: The battle for the toll road, to be who apparently Mere not too concerned

advantages for viewing bya offers. -A clear choice would require built on a cooperative basiso: to about facts that the toll road ._r

potential 18 million persons You can depend on it. manyof the Republican platformand speak by Hroward and Collier Counties wat being built to benefit large landowners a
during the two year period of the people now visiting our presidential- candidate to has been long and tedious Alligator (Gulf American Land Corp. Desoto County News
the fair. splendid exhibit will later become demand not only that government Alley has been bitterly opposed was frequently'. mention\ !) woe It."in.. ,.- I _
While the official opening of permanent residents and remove the tightening. by practically everybody in the ed ridiculous when It was disclosed
the fair and the Florida exhibit new industries- attracted by" shackle of bureaucracy on the state (in many cases because the critics that Collier County Commissionersmade Of Bygone!/ Years ii'I
recently! was marred by the exhibit will bring new bus individual but also to enumerate -
I knew nothing about the circumstances plans for a road between :aup- I
poor weather and racial demoon.trittion. mesa and enterprise to the the bureaucratic r estraints and chose to believe erroneous los Airport and State Road 29 (theRvergladrsImntkalee I Taken from 'the file ofF
., the situation has from which it will set
state, increasing employmentand F The Arcadian The DeMote" County.
statements disseminated by : I .road) long. bt-- ,
Improved steadily" since then strengthening our economy him free. And not only to re- News and. The Arcadia.. Champion.'
.and with the return of good cognlae In platitudes that the Dade County and the AAA. principal fore Gulf American purchased land

weather and the absence of Th. site occupied by the mere existence of sumptuary detractors of the toll road) except ht'''''. ..... ,.
agitators a normal flow of Florida exhibit is as desirable law cannot transform overnight residents of Collier and Hroward Co With the building of Alligator Alley -

visitor now streams throughthe a* any" on the ground It cover or enforce conformityby unties whores secondary road monies the only two adjoining countiesIn 55 Years ABOWhlUhead. *
exhibit daily with attendance 3.12 acre near one of the legislative or Judicial mandate will be Involved if the toll fees do not the state which heretofore have *
"..adl1Increasina.. main entrance which adjoin or Executive order but come up to expectations. had no direct road connection will -
Starting with the Chicago a 3.3OO-car parking lot. Also also to repudiate by name the It was. we believe, pure happenstance << be" joined.As !. Miss Lucy Garner and AI- Mis Pauline Smith.
.World's Fair in 1933. Florida situated In this lake area are' mandate and Executive orders that Road ,Hoard Member.. the, only newspaper In the entire b .... arlUMv bath t.f UeS-rtw Tnmte ._IU.rman. aDd Mr. siut
.' *" dominated state, the amphitheatre, the 'exhibits by which these abridgements -' county were married at N i*'- Mrs, A. O .freeman planned to
displays and attracted I'ft'Ordamash.n. of Hawaii and Texas and the of individual freedom John A. Monahan of Ft. I.uderdale state that supported construction ateo Wednesday evening Juno attend the> courthouse celebration ..
crowd at Cleveland'sGreat Continents Circus while exciting and free enterprise are Imposed. who has been a staunch believer In of Alligator Alley it Is understandable 3rd. The bride U a daughter of In nertow.II. ,
Lakes Exposition the monorail and novel boat .- Alligator Alley chose to address the that we are grateful and Mr. and Mrs. John Garner G Dodson II' Arcadia
World's Fair In New York ride along the edge of the This Is a tall order In term Fort Myers !Rotary Club on the subject happy that the Supreme Court has was a visitor In Tampa recently
W Wellesand
in 1939 and Is doing so againat lake give visitor' an aerial of today's politics, which consist last Tuesday. found favorably for the land Issue.We Mr. and Mrs. G. ,
Miss Willie,
the 1904-03 fair. view or mariner's view of the of following' the demagogic Monahan naid. and we sincerely have been sincere 'In our belief daughter. vis-/W. Mr. and Mrs. Perrlll T. Mlch-
I ted at. the home of C.
Florida la no stranger to exotic Florida exhibit, while line. But Senator Goldwater believe he Is correct' that a road between thathe road will benefit the two Oarlton In Tamp recently. aids cam back from the lake
,the population of the world's the magnificent Florida citrus In California made a start the two coastal counties will counties: concerned-and we still beIiet e Miss Willie remained I for a Tuesday. on account of the III
greatest metropolitan area, nor (Continued on page 3-D) In the right direction. stimulate travel and commerce: t between so. longer .1.", nesa of a.trt. Richard. They
peeled tu return I In
a 0.1'D'
tho two areas. however It would I be 'impracticalnot
Mis Milli' lUrwsrd. DavUI two.
The 73 mile turnpike will also. to recognize' that even the .best
Parking QuestionnaireA "generate recreation In the Interiorof laid plans of man and beast sometimes -

the state, open up new farm Unit go awry It..Is. possible that 30 Years Agor .

local merchant' suggested we conduct merce and the City Council. Please and ranch land and will shorten the this could) happen, | to Alligator Alley
'parking poll of downtown distance between Kaat: and Went -but we doubt It.
Ararlve a brief but to the point
cadia. We would like to have you fill and we will try to present opinions answer Coast points. he declared.: At any rate, the die ls now cast-: ...... Myrabeth n...._. who Graduation ... .,t... of De-
your that let's the show. the road" for the 'two has Hutu School fur
out this coupon and mail It to the fairly. Your is not Jtlonahan estimated as noon so 1I'.t on past year County High
necessary- decision and been doing reportorial. work the class of 1934: will b* held
Arcadian. We will compile the results fill the as the Supreme Court was get Alligator Alley In operation
just out and
give them to the Chamber of Com- coupon handed down "You should l lie ridny at the earliest possible moment. Mt The Arcadian but who itnow I at 'the 'High" School Auditor
sand .
It employed. at the Florida lum next Monday night. Hon.
Exhibit al' the Wnr....'. Fair In Doyle E.: Carlton of Tampa.
r----------------l Chlcagi*. was featured .In. a recent former Governor of rio,,,,,.
..$.' Shopper rt./. WIlIIVIJ. Issue *f the Chicago Sunday will'" be the commencement
f American The particular speaker.
$1 Do you think parking meters are an aggravation?? 1 'Mi. I reason for her attracting s peels The list of honor students ta.

... ......... ........ ... ... I notice was b* ai In her 'the 1934: class Is aa lulk4rj" :
I ...... ..................- Business Are Here To
I Cycles Stay duties al tha booth wh

--_.._..__._.__.._._.._..._.,... t.....Ma pftMltecta are. sold she Martha husker Jean. Tread.
I wear a gorgewwa teal made well. Wilbur Stewart., Cared
1 .Does Arcadia need more downtown parking lots?. "I flan the sklna of the diamond-' Hate' ThIme.V.7., FraneMIllble.
/ l. ROGCft W. BAUSONnbon nUR'HEIL'I' INVENTORY AND wife .beats. and .the ,benefit of ps 5. A.---. ...... Mnd a .'. Edna: PnsUm. IUUt
) .. Park. Ma** (Hporlal CAPITAL HPKWDINOCYCLFJi nodern I.nepudalkn and
-- -- -- of shoes of the same malarial, (Continued on page 2-ll)
.1'v \ ;, .: "it.; 1) With. the current" expansion ro nmuni"alkMa In speeding up
: phase .( the bualneoa Up .. the prosont .,.i. ear ordering. and deliveries! pls.I. .
.1 cycle now ranking a. the see rent buslnosa uptrend .... hon ... of cofiipuler' and other
: Should taxes pay for new parking lots?. ond longest In. peacetime Kleetars. i.nkgwm' that. Inventory holdings 'technique have all helped o fir >.a'/.J S..y.. II

r .........-......------..---..--.. the tendency Is .. fl have been .kept low ,. bu...IW"w"> e a
'. that cycle .have been eliminated touve la salee growth Kacoeapruductlve a low level of Inventoried DusInesamen -

.--......-..--...-.......-..............---.. through" .legislation and rapoctUee In. many now, however, show roller The ArcadianWe .. ,.......... commercial/ ., flnaife
I pomp-prtm.n. This "type of Indu..,.... ompto. supplies. of .Interest .In more forward buy. rial or Industrial enterprise ea*
Are you treated fairly In .Anadia-_. -, thinking. nope up from tlmoto mast entnmadlUee. 01 a world C C..U....... .n peg 2.n> .have menUe MMl from ept .* 'porlfioil. In the COMslllltwUon. -
but prolonged boom lima to time. In .U.e..> release
Ume. << .
I Inevitably lead to ...,..... the steady progress of Ihe rvattenwld ".otton 9. The ConsUtulkMof
II practice* which must ultimately drive' lor the Liberty. the laws ., any Slate, of
I I b eorreetod III eneutoa; THE GIRLS Amendment, which. would lift the law of .... United alas&
Do think would downswings. Conversely. ro- He personal .Inc-unta la a elf shall .be ,
you more one-way. streets help the traffic situation?. .-.. beck. In not subject to U"
bred disappointment aur aching feet w
eealpn| forms of any foreign or dense
I and aMsiUuatanment which cur .I... noted an May alh. .that Us agreement which. would abrogate
tail demand and growth and i ii the Ml .IM4f>f* Legislature. hal this.. Amendment. .
I build up ........N lor UM na.t .......11' adopted the> FlMolu"ttun -Section t. This ....U.u01
pvUlkming C........ to
the. United.
TO THOSE NOT SHOPPING ARCADIA wpswtag. tales. Ooveraoieal
: CYCUM IN PRODUCTIONAND submit this pnpned ComlitwItowtal whisk violate. the .miens and

( If parking meters were removed would you consider returning to shop DEMAND Amendment to the> pevpie psi,_. of Utia Amendment
rrs.. 1M last. C'Y1w.' .... ot .,.. United. Soles for decision. shall, within s period+ of three.
hero 1 j ?. plat 1ft tmds.Ira. ) peaadM.w n.... MiaaUMlppi. .became year from the date *f the
I M refcn .ry 1M... factory eVput i lh. seventh stale to Join rallflealloM. .. of this Am.nJm nl.bo .
Ka. .,....... eanO*.-llysv the parade foe eeonuvni I libereitam .liquidated. and tho proper
I Was j f .r... Tkte ,..n..u fee ** >*_ ol ila people. from the Inrnl .-. lies and fa.IUUea affectedsnailS
there Incident that peered and terminated shopping I her.?
> .
.you your ....... effects mt rtetatf d--.. Revenue Cnlleetor. be said
... ';" ...i "1 1I ... M "........ ..... .,..tit $.....11', this movement to. .rtlon C Three years after
I ........... ......--.t ..na4' directed agolnat filial spendlog ratification. of this. Amendment,
line .. all ........ sad rt.ag. I of mace than half of .... She Slaleonlh' Amendment ta
I -. __ ellwtaNw.- Federal ,."...... ..*. hModreda the Ctmatltwlion af lbs United
What was it. It there was t. Are moat ... .....'... ...etaae.a. of BMMtnoaolypo'* .*..."... ...... hMll.. stand repeajad.and .
III"n.fodaa Mapai at -..- for wtofcrto. Mare k* no Constitutional thereafter Congres* shall
I r ............. aad las eery ........ I-.n-....... Hut dea not fcrry tames on personal toOMtoa. --
...adita..le.T1W r. *.. ..... *............. the .Inevltooto ovtole. and-or gift.1*
rt.nag trend. InwevN.eaawd .,.,.... ,........) lalIfcvw That's all there .Is there
I CA we Indue you through. coastant efforts to retons her to shop?_*.._ ae an Yaiefia. ,.Saly. The. can the Oo ern,nontfwndlM .lent. any f*.... And no more'
t_. Is as'wM4lion.. w aaalket 1' J wlOwMtt. our Inromota to needed to free IM and ear
I --- aster ........ will p'seb .ea7" The beet anewer lat children.. and our children's
..brats D.saae4 sad .c-. *. io. ..i ee the fJnrirrv: A- children. form Iho most Iniquitous -

.:.'. _. .J II" -" put. wilt UMOT ..... oft. sad .*. MCMOMKMT itself and amo abnoalow. ........" .. and
I .__ ...... TkM. .M (..... WIll ..*- heat y.M will wan In "soul wnnecoasorjr tar thai all..t<*l
., :.. ----- --- -----.-. .. .es-sety' *n.1 .SJI oJ>1 IJIP at and.. __sue $If not flsMl already.. freemen have over put up with. .
a.- r .... It i
I. i t taea..y fwtsoer 'e.uw SJnesrsly.ii .
--- ..... ... Ij bewares natal ....... .,.... .l.,. .l'Jf.7y. l T>* Oovj7"Mna ( I I 4U Bob T.,;k*
Mail to Tho Areadiaa. 1*. (J. Boic' C70. ArrsttUa. r KSTOS, j *.t. e .ta+Stee. IiJ/i .t.s Ills, wiwaeee r. '. Catiod Mt ttsi 'sHall not P. 0. Boa 444B
L '. \ .. ,. ,... J 1.1 --. tUTs .bet> I ...... .1..e .., .-.t.V"1', p.e" *.L.... VA.I .
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..rl 2 $,# '1CAI IAN* At'Cd1a' : : ldae1'Ae: /4+Iltzl4' 18 ,19&t i

A WHO TO CALLI To Late News lF om Pine Level ., Ona, News

To'ass' f)1. .! ,, ., MR MURPHYMrs. John Payne and boys Satur
r 1 1k &y $.' f MABRY
Il.. fiAUt<< 1 p 1..8) I It ..,..TO. M t H ", 1U I 'It', j t ill ''H lard children the day with her mothef. Mr' and day.Mrs.
ill illOF
DIRECTOR t t!Pi! ", utlefr al. main arenea '"1(Written for week of h a .,.,s n t1Y. Bill 1 ['ny i' 'Vane, came up Frances Tucker. Mr and 1\1.... Gene .and Mabry Mrs.Murphy Donald Murphy .,Johnnie Johnson of Arcadia

I as, .welt as most of the Pine Level .community extends with their aunts and are Wilburn Johnson Randy and and 6n in Arcadiaon visited her sister Sirs

grounds and it is estimatedthat sympathy to the Levi pending the week here. Mr. Elaine carried their lunch over, business last were Monaay. Donald Murphy and son last

DcSOTO COUNTY this single attraction will Summerall family upon the and Mrs. B. J. Pollard. Sr. of and all ate together. Jack was in Indian- week. "
be seen by 70O.OOO million persons loss' of their wife and mother Tampa stayed with her mother Mr. Bob McAuley father of town Murphy business last Wednes Rev. Lowe of Zolfo broughtthe

SALES during the two year fair June 2nd. She will be greatly Mrs. Arrenla Wuthrlch Mrs. Lester Baxley. passed on message at the Ona Baptist

and SERVICE period. missed by them for a, l bang U.... whAle the others were in Mini away in a Bartow hospital day.Mr.. and Mrs. John Payne, Church Sunday. f

Improved transportation fa. Funeral services were conduct.. i. John Pollard! will spend Monday night after a heart and Mrs. Jack
.1 Mr. Murphyand
't": Alderman and Franklin
.... ._ Joyce
-- ----- < jiiities' faster air schedules ed in the church of which rib .ammer vacation with
shewas : i. his attack: earlier at his home !in Hunter of Sarasota, Mr. and family and Mrs. Mac Al-
Advertisingfccnrfkllll. Farm Equipment juper highways and expanded a. member' Mt.' Pleasant uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs..\ Dundee Mrs. Baxley and son Mrs. Mabry Murphy and chil- briton visited Mr. and Mrs.
rail facilities make it possible Baptist, Thursday afternoon Cunningham.:
by Franklin drove to the hospital dren, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Murphy Dillon Murphy and Max Tripp
.. for more people to visit the the pastor Rev. Alec Hendry. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Myersof but arrived
------ -- ---- too late. Our sympathy and children. Ed Murphy, at Lake Istapoka Sunday.

.........11I., .......... dl..e.Ld. NTRNATIONALT.r.ke. ..4 P.... 1004-05 fair than ever before. and a former pastor Rev. Sidney Pompano Beach spent Sun- to the family Noah Kirkland and Louis Jack Murphy was in Indian-
_II. .. e..... TM A......... U..... M.C...Nk T._.., .... ...... Travel agents and transporta- Albritton. day here with her father Mr. Mrs.
207.209 weM 0... slr.... Ph._ W. ,............... H....... "".'_'. 1..1_ jon companies offer tours ,to had W. Clyde Ilolllngsworth Cockern attended the races at town, on business Monday.Mr. .
Bill Harris last K Knight
.-a,... ion Pip.* ..<. ....... G.....tt. _nt week as and Mrs. and Mrs. Shelby Hollingsworthmotored the Dixie Speedway at Punta
..... ....... a._.._...f. ...... fl...K. fit moat any pocket book.It a vacation from his work at Knight and Mrs. Payne
A..r oo c .w.p.... 211 W... O.k '....1. ia estimated that more Mrs ZuLa Williams to Sarasota on bus Gorda Saturday night. and boys visited at Bradenton
the State Hospital and
/..._ WAInitt 5.3101.Furnituro spent stayed In ... Mrs. Bernice Sellers Mr. and Mrs. Baldy Albrit-
Air Conditioning people will visit the laIr than. most of It with the T E. Mizelles. Bradenton with her daughter stayed with her grandchildren ton and family visited friendsin Sunday.
aver visited any fair in history The three drove downto Mrs. John Yelvington fromThursday
- -- while the ladies were way. Arcadia and Ft. Myers last
and.. while hotels and moel .
Sunland till
Training Center Sunday, while
Some still have week.
.. Stores .. will be taxed ..to.. care fut his Dr. John and mumps.Ft. Aboard
QfHtftAL IlICTMIC *.m Air C. picked up son, Sam. then son Dick attended Mrs. Bill Showers of Tampa Wright

MIMr 101......'n...Nd......._s.....etle.d.. h A., ..0._.. .---- ----.-.- -. ,he crowds, all expense, tour drove to Bean City'for the day a convention In Jacksonville visited Mrs. Rebecca Fox and
a...... rk... WAIiwt IJill"Awnings are provided by travel l agencies with the,Jack Water., family. I Winder NewsMARY Noah Kirkland last week. Aircraft Carrier i I
... ._.... II
:oMpLITI H. "' lPk. that ,include not only trans-* Mr. and Mrs. .
ho carried hilt Frank
I Friday daughter Hampton I

Ie..N prSc... .. ...y f_.... A.. Mrs. Vivo Loath Miss Don
.... M..N............ St.... IJ W_. ;-\ Mary Pulnamand (-tiildre* uKi of Ona cam Sunday and ELLEN ,NICHOLSONMr. na Towler and Mr. and Mrs.. Alvie R. Wright senior chief I
) ..... .._ .
.k s. r. WAtoMit *-/ brought lunch and damage controlman USN son ,
son Sam to Sarasota Beach for spent the Baldy! Albritton and Konme
lon to and from the fair the day. \ and Mrs. Harvey Me- ; of Mr. Ernest W.. Wright of

P1O:'TICTd-Alr:Wlw.-;.--;....... .... '0.' .NOM'......'V.N'SH'NC'.. A..dla'. -..lr,...r...4.rto1N. .. grounds. Including admissionA Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Helm, Leod and children of Charlotte ,,Texas left Sunday and then for Wlthita they planned Falls. Arcadia. Is serving aboard the
.......... W.wl ... ..... .. .... .... ._..d and ._,..... '_..1'''". ...... n d guide service. Ground of Oncco attended the Sum- Around Harbor were the Sunday dinner Navy antl-submarine warfare
..... f. _._ .. d.. .... tr.S.f. ...t......,.. tt-. >....*. ......... at the fair itself of Mr. and Mrs. to go on to Pasadena Calif. aircraft carrier USS
ransportatlon guests
G.. L.......,. "Y._ Go_. .w meralls funeral then came fora Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johns support ,f
..........._. 2O Writ O..h ,....t, has been markedly improved short visit with Mr. and Mrs: Albert Thorton. Kearsarge operating out of
t'WA" 5.4Sr1. .. j of Sarasota visited Mr. and
- -- -- The World
ever previous lairs and vis.urs T. E. Mizell before returning Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kat Mrs. Baldy Albritton and family Long Beach. Calif. \
---- -- will lInd It possible to
Prescriptions.CUftATILY home. ... "* MiLcod, Is their grandson; Ev'I I j lust week. Kearsarge normally Is the
Bottled Gas _a.h the various arvas: com- Mr. and Mrs. M: )I. Platt, (Continuc'd flout t>ae 1-B) erette Lee Canlned, of Mass Mrs. Mary Harley Mrs. hub of an antiubmarrne"HunterKiller" .1
rcs.tance movement to be
- jrtubly with a minimum of
their daughter Mrs. Yvonne achusetts. ;Marilyn Payne and boys visited group com-
-- -- -_. CI .-......... .... .ukluQ. Pole an
CHUN. Uk A....... _. .... 1:..:..d .r.Jrk.. 0'st. .d fl.S..p..l.. .01.1.w U you arc planning a vaca- v'''t'rH" h'i slstp,. Mrs n. W. (.zaie (c>t their country. ton' returned home Thursday |bill,; ; of Lake Placid and also units designed to find
-.... kctfM. fl<* .
etk..rr. C..pub. .
pDullding ... IVke the fj.nlly aiuatf! a. ..... $ e, Wb.. W c.. :..., I T-nesiav' afternoon.Mr. lomh.: i, / M r ,. Albiitton last
; /r.l lh..aw71: ._ ... .... vcurseli. The euu- Poland, Stalin assign:
---- --- .OT and Mr. Jtmcn
: Ccr.>: : :::..1. Ph..N WA. jtiotul are irecitdoua : I'tl'ette: .j b3.et.a. 1 Dn1t'ranl.1.VIt.t Mr. Ptvldy Solhelm was infrradla 'Ihursuay. Read The Want Ads
uu\a.uaae: n" fl"er> ', nra-h. are hrro"dl"jt
:: Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Murphyand
; u..J '
Printing and much ucc-a: : part of Last Prusas
---- : very
wrlhwhileWa "r*> / r"m vacation t'mq and o.her ancient German Bible School<< beran at the Il Max Trlpp are spenomgsevciai -
--- ----- ..,- -- wifh hii "*re.its. helping with I
!) Materials ti...s to the new Polish Com- 1]Ft l O/tlcn Baptist Church June dolY'u' Lake isiapokaLhi
::4. AAr4H ..,...._. .... cow. hi ntirjfS' nrrl nth -- 15 fjor 9 a. -> to 1" Tor
--------7 ,.....--. ....", p.. ...... .,...."/...... ..... flu" 'V"'''er mini| Whit" Whltakrr i" .iat: State lie then created, : a.m. J and visited
h ,. p .. "........ P... w.A 5.14.. .. Jin.n-ial' OSar-Nelase ln4i.; WI) wok: All children In Murphy family
COMPICTt HMf ./ bwa3Mi ....'..! tot Believes of Slrarnls: ar also l h co-nmuniiy have been in-
h h \
divides slavua.t
.. son t.I iry :
.... .q. t....l>. .Wes..M4 ....Jltf.i IT* hunt. Mm.' Walkerrmi
141 ,..... M__ A........ ........ -. .... cowr ... ...cling to slave-niaiUrs. vArd to att nd. c..huL.w.y., .
........ ..... .... 'r.4,..'tuki, heirs: pals 1-L') ,' over for Monday' aaJTtrwiav I.io fcov.et Premier then V's'Une Mr. and Mrs. Floyd '. a.... Alts. George Ander- I

....7.-______ _. I Xccdy-Mlxed: Concrete ">.. wh:cK may be a mistake with the family. lurtucU a Free German CornInittce 3 M'2ll' is hr mother, Mrs. ;10.1 and Mr. and Mrs. Carl I and
I .. .i..a s1.hV4t..d, S.M, o In the Jl.fP. ,. O, W. Hn-rldon! Port wh.eh'" later became Mary Thompson. of Miami and Harley visited Mr. and Mrs.VI I
-- --
I Dolomite I ; ;- r ...c..It. /% iair i4u.iiing' out. Charlotte,- wai! a Sunday. night *.:t... kt i-nt Germany today. her sister' ; Mrs.\ Ca'hleen Crati i" J. Albiltoin and girls ofLake
V-MtXU>> CONC.tTI -C.w..., guest nf her niece M... La- REPAIRINGGUARANTEED
_ Placid lt SunuayItev.
atcll iti th. saica. curve but which the Germans call
d. .!* .. .. .S *r ia: t:on, of Hialeah. Mrs. Gratton
i 'J -. .r k.iM.rfwf. kn*,>v. ,11 i./S.: .",,1<& ciuivkly result in bur- vonla llarr's, and family. Middle, Germany The Oermaiw -. R. L. Polk of Avon Park
( Mrs.
I If"TltUlM II.*., ,.-..-?.. ._.. ..... ...._ .A..... 1.4555. Mr. and Mrs n W. Holllnea-. Thompson were re- visited several of his friends -
..... Kit. m+Hm ....... C.H N..r.M ....lIOIn. 'liiveiilury holdings. call the land wrested by turning: from the Seventh Day
'. .. ... ... ..... worth Sr., and Mrs. Marianne ,
t>< ... WAM.t If projections of sharply Increased Stalin for Poland. East Gcr-.Adventist here last week.
tv44JI I M WAN... ., *.'''''. ---- -- Sellers called on' Mr. and Mr*. Camp Meeting in Those attending the races at ,
busineiM capital expenditures )
.. .. .__ Barron In their many. ,
+ti -- TV Soles & Service over the rest of Henry new! Then there were the Katynmassacres Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thorton t ha Sarasota Bradenton Speed-
home in Owens Sunday after
way Friday night were: Lamar -
this could
his run true, of Polish
year officers
Drugs noon. c)f Ft. Ogden were the Sunday
--- p-- be the prime source of businessvitality the cruel annexation of Lith- : Harrelson Harry Hines
00MA101t N I N.ad.w.....5 ... However, the step-up Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Martin uanla. EUtonia. and Latvia. The upper quests of Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Malkouskl. Mr. and Pick Up and,Dellyery:
... A.. ..... ....f.... ... Wok and very young daughter Albert Thorton. Cock-
COMrLITI; IlK* .. ......, ....,....' ...... ..... ...... Ala S..b..._.... m capital outlays may come litany of cruelties and deception Urs. John Payne Louis
.......... r........ ...,.I--, .......Np/1,.. mi !>.*.A e Cv".. M- ... too late for them to cash in on Laura of Winter Haven 1s long bloody and Inhu Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barnwell ">rn, Royce Albritton Mr.\ and M'EYERRADIATOR''
....!... Ar.v. l. Ore *>IM.. r..*...' ",.!. I IM ..,\....., M<- :.d -t."r: level of de- spent Sunday. with his! mother md daughter Betty were in it\II.... Jack Murphy and family
WAinnl 1.1.111.w..tr..F'' .. .........-... ... ..o..M/N by. WS'5. the current high man. It should be part of history -
.. .. .. Mis. Oral e Layton. Sarasota; Tuesday. j\l Ir. and Mrs. Donald Murphy\ ''SERVICE
.w. w..4 I1. 5 mmi: And (her rising' flood" of but will never learn >
..... .. ._... .. .;: :. : hl.k you I
.w .k ** G. M r .. W. E. Thompson of
-- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nlch- a nd Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Murphy -
WA VV.I, o'_....... ..4.. \ i fcptius" retultitm,, troui lntrrasedplant It from the textbooks.
Exterminators ./.v.. II l.5 Oh ....... M th. rk. > could cause' market gluts Tampa came and joined with Once in a while some of the Olson) and children Keith and and children. PHONE, 'V 9.1341
IuIf..df... Mr. and Mrs. George<< Cunning
Kelll. left afternoon Alderman of Sarasota
Monday Joyce
i .1 aiiu price cuUmg, In the text valiant expatriates manage to
__ eeceaslunary pet.loo.CYCLICAL ham for a visit from Thursday tell th lr story. Courageous f or a few' days stay at Englewood a nd Franklin Hunter of Bra. r OaR 1. Block Ridge/Mrth CcmeUry of, .
--- ---- till Sunday 'in Miami with
Beach. d enton, visited Mr. and Mrs.\
T OPI'AL TIOMITI SWINGS IN people keep insisting overState .
CONT-O". 1 .
V.. ...-. '._It. ..d p. ..w.1...i I heir nephew n. J pollard and -- '-- -'-- -- -- - -
.......,., il..ld.. ....-. w. Transportation Service UOTUtUWlNi AND K. W. Pollard, and their families. Department annoyance
I.io I.: ... Il'T1HUrr.' !: RATES << that we observe "Captive Nations
: -- "
"orroW\ntl by 'business have Week. These people must
-- ---- ----- -
rtACI. .: NIVIV.....MOVIMQ. ..AND 5105.. "been only", moilvrnle.. In the prey eb encouraged if justice is to $ RATE
A. ..- ...... .....
Electric Appliances ..,. 55. ._.... J. I.N 0." ,.._.. ent prHotl!' of rising business. 30 Years rental hour goal. 10 MILLION
t ___ .fcmM M...... 5...... J. W. $..*,. This lia.* been>> due to the accelerated Ago Completely antithetical to REDUCTION
I ,< : ...... this is the
"IG. ;;: ; -- internal generation of (Cnntlnu", front. pan leD I ) cause Rustow Memorandum .

;=1 ..,.AL: 1.rue'ltcA.:., )I W.., 0..... ,._..... .. c-aa veatttait hum.a. depreciation KO.TI. Dculah Harley Harold which has been setting FOR FLORIDA':POWER '& 'LIGHT COMPANY: CUSTOMtXS -of
... 1.7211.Offico Tree Sorric schedules. Hence, Smith Frances Langford. Mar\ policy for our State De!

: .- borrowings' by consumers forLnt..nt lunna Arcurl. Hazel Mercer partment. Walt W. Rostow i Iso
-- --- -
'--- the Chief Policy Planner of .
-------- purchases
j Supplies: .UNCOAtr ISIS S...VICI 'rt.. mortgages have risen more rnilctly anti Another Harvey big-city Smith. character the State Department. Now! it's a whole lot cheaper to go

.. .._. ......1_. .......... ..5N1.. .. than business loans. Kx- Istle which Arcadia. could well On. ,of the great Issues of
--- 1.r ..k e..d.w., "... w.s... of debt 1004 ahould be the conflict between ALL-ELECTRIC than to use a
: consumer
: ., b.r..MM : le p.., ..N..M .I II get along without made appearance
..o.. AlL vrw O.IKI Sueptlls ra y ...-.... h_ ........... r..._ markedly Inflates consumer last Saturday night In the cause of the captive combination of services
A. U.II. on
I..pM..q 1 i ... .
.e r. '' .54 .
t W.5 b..r.. M.M ".",... ...1."'. ,I Av4: t: 4.1451.' ,,..... 45.45./': jylng p wrr and thus Is a the form of a purse matcher. peoples and their cruel re
--. potent busine) tlumUnti. Hut An announcement of wide gimes. Our State Department the.farm and in your home.
-- frcwth! In debt cannot long Interest to their friends In De- is today championing the re-

wutpace growth In liicvme.VThvn : Solo' aunty Is made' hero this glmt.. not the people. -
r ciiijEiii; debt repayments' com- week by Mr\ and Mrs. A. P. (Copyright: U S. Press As-

mattU. too Urge a slice. of take-! Holllnisworth concerning the sociation. Washington D. C )

I .. J rr home |pay rvmumcr demand recent marilage of their daugh 1 AANfBE'REfi1C'
"'t.'It. .of UUtabie Boutts and hou try Miss\. Dculih. to &Dr. Jan : GUARANTEE!
.t "t COMPILED' .V THE: DCSOTO .M".suDrre.bwlnla". Chlapusso of ChlcnE/t. i

; In Interest rates, of Miss\. Doris HtrMnnn und -- f

county CHAMBtn: or COMMKRCKTHUrtSDAV. : 'IJOU"' are largely dependentupon Gene '''Wry were ntumetl on >

rivnwind for credit So Wednesday morning June 2(>.
'.r. th. uptrends In borrow- OillottoSTAINLESS :

Inc, stave been edging. interest 1934.MUs\ Minnie, Little and I... C. STEEL BLADE
I c
rate higher. As borrowingcosts Willis of (Hoc Urantle were

tutall Library Hur. 1:3O t. 8.1O: ... M, Library Oulldlsg., ., Increase further, however married<< Thursday June 14, fives you, mof-' suporblycomloil to
I '* Club. 'JO: M. M.. De'.te R..l.ur.n/. they will tend to dampen W. H. Seward and 1\h. Honor ,.bTe. shaves p.r
dd. Fellow., Le li _. 7.DO)\ P. M? ,....t..1 l Temple. demand for durable. and housing Martin wen" niorrloU bun- blade tnn...'ot".,blade' ( -

P.tteri* Star, BOO H. M,. Maw.l Temple.' until debts become !f... day. June I7. 1934. 6 for 89. 10 for $1.45 I '

Oeot Ceunly Board *f ne..Mr.. 1.00 P. M. City. Hall.,, burdensome pmt borrowing' Harry Iltchup and MfcM E.I- .it VM a.1 as'.. 1s!- !.*. *.. electrifyYOUR ,...E -' 'r
free Ch.., X-M.y. 10:00: .. I.-OO'; A ..00 .. ":.OO f.. M, itMts less expensive. die n. Ymingbl. were n ar- MOMf WM MV.*4 ,!....(|. IK* t4ll...lC cas eIT
AND *. *"M *. MM*., l.. a Ml. n/ad..
E K.-.h'. D.ey ...,.. HUMAN tied at Ocala' on. June l IO, 1k I . .
CYCLES ---- -- -- -- -
t T h 0 foregoing Illustration. ><

serve to. point out that certal", w.c '

] "rNIOAV JUNK Ituttll cycle are Influenced Importantly 1 NPJJFARMAYS w +

.. by human judgment. Th
LItt.rary Mour. Itlo td goo: r; M, Library Building. 11
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I. true of cycle in stock
Youth A tlvltles l l TOO
; P. M, Youth Center. .
I.rsadla. Qrang N*. 191, 7JO; p. M, Odd /spews.. HelLS commodity' and real cstal .. ar E. _
prim' a5 well as In the abov t -sa

S mentioned aspects of buslnes. l't,

In a free enterprise$ econom

t SATURDAY JUNK >O such *s ours, the cyclical ebl
and flow reflects the net' ef
fwbll. .. Library. H."... t:3O U 1.30 ... M, Library. ."""'.1. feet of the free choice and a< 0
V*"t"i Attlvltl. 7.00 >. Switch
: l M? Y.uth Center. lion of the people.Therefore ..111. from nagging backaches

... .. with human frailties and slow weary muuialjalaor. b .
making ua prone to ex

SUNDAY JUNK StCrlVICCS ceases of optimism and pevslrn tea tIn todayELECTRIC farm.equipment. .
t. Ism cyclical movement art T 1, Ileddy Kilowatt powered equfcrneotdoe

( AT ALL alitpumppelming ..,.
CHURCHES bound la recur; legislation ** *. '
every Job faster, ewer
can only temporarily
:. ATTC..( .. ., CMURCH Of YOUR (CHOICE afefct tHeir duratJorind / and better. Save tfane, booeta"

: Complete LbUnc. 5er !*.<. 7>U IMentlty.of -excesiea However of optlmlstr per'ode production, incre. .fle. profit.

.Meth Central "..,.111. Oral A..n, 1700 N. Mrs. C. W. Cn.nn.l surd pessimism' toy be a anal Unload a3o conveys CnUtta,

.... ..- w1npay fr our, hiedon feeds livestock and poultryautomatically. : _
.r C"t\.1nt.
-- .Them machine:! bar
MONDAY. JUNK ** Florida., ; '
YOU CAM GET fJ been field pI'Oyeq'Uwi work
w 9t P. O. Itk. t:00: r.. Mw Elks H.me.rierlda r,

National l Owed aoll:: P. M.. Ar m.ty.r REliEF FROMHEADACHE For fire advice about tilt ELECmiC:
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.a PAIN at a picnic, beer is a natural *'-belpera-, Bull your needs. just

TUESDAY JUNK t> : ITIJIMCIt; 7.r.5 r.e fAST nhofirea \\'hen siai te. rdi iii at cup faur ite.sftJe e tirautM whfriend. contact' your nearest FPAL office.

t tall& 1 S....rlty.. 1:00 te 1KAr ...... C..." H_... p.a .:..Madae5e a.I.,S M.tdl.a.5r1tat..d Ntal u.5Nsatlsw. : .ue f anuf.. ui.i)utur Miht w hettcj fir fresh air and C tTrtkirKr --.--- -

t ..dl. K..mry. Civ*, till .>. M, Pa.._...... R.N.w..4'abll. 54.... f11111tRe..a cis ilwt s the .kd test fir a C.1f, itftatty gtav.f beet. InrIttef a

.. Lt .fMr H..... 'UGe 145 .>. M. libeery)' Bv.ldl*.. 5.dpn.:=." ot..eauy.pMwed. lest fast. t1Y call' n..e. Iset rsrtatl.'as-.NIANI.NI siwMch IMt

Jamesp W_..*. CI..... a..oo P. M. W.."...s c..., sets. ,. *.. c. niT Mg11..stt. slAMUOt ..rtt it 1 1'and ado iwMKsn$ in the a wid rut R quit.U 7
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L""'. CoI..... *:00 ... M, e.lMt..w.. ...........'- ,,- $ tt .... ... Your fa* Jt c ft** of Wcre it aim a phreSIIhS C teelokf thae -:

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This Series Of. Church Pages Is Breufht To You Each Week Through The Cooperation Of These Public Spirited BusinessPeople


Who Believe That The Church' Represents The Greatest Force In Every' Cei .unity' .. \ .. '

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Pine Point Restaurant OF OOOSUNDAY EPISCOPAL OHUROH Auto Parts Company

The Raw. JEM Mewls Vicar
I John A. MeS".."." I Sunday School 10:00 ..m.
SUNDAY Auto Part and Machine Shop Service .
"Be A Good Neighbor"Nocatee Morning Service 11:00 a.m. 9:OO u,m. Choral Eucharist ..
THURSDAY h': 15 a.m. Holy Communion 22 S. Orange A_ WA SB 1 .
Y.P.E. 7:30 pjn. 1 l<> IS M m. Sunday School .l.l"I

_ _ 1:10:: pin. KvenaenjtWluCUNtSDAY

I Cities Service 7 *i D M.in.: Italy Cutnmunton

Cities Service Product FORT OGDEN METHODIST i tt' 11.30: Spiritual Healinjt Roberts Grady FuneraF Home
Meat Groceries leo Bait -.-
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SUNDAY -. S4 Hour Amoulanee' ServicetM
Fishing' TackleNocatee. "
Sunday School 10:00: jn. "
Fla. WA 9-S191 Moraine Service.: 11.OO: m. THE CHURCHOP. CHRIST N, Brevard A_. WA *-4101Bill's '
WEDNESDAY Corner Hickory anStudy d Whlddsn l

Prayer Service 1:30,1,aja. SUNDAY"
Itlblv School 10:00: a.m.Mor.ilittf .

too ...... .
., y atlpr y Worship : )
Gulf Naval Stores Company Everting!: >aricsdAirp.m.: Texaco Service I

I FORT OQOCN BAPriST Evrnltig: Iliblo T90pm.: OH" Ghana. Miner ".pal,.
Noca'.. Florida CHURCH : We In"" YOU to worship Recap Tins CkrecerUs Hay 78a a BaleesJ '
Rev. J. N. Ollbreet with us.FIRST.
Arcadia WA vt331
S. Brevard
Sunday School 10 a m.

Morning; Worship II a.m. _
w aO Ttnhc( Upton *:-3O,p.rtv.Evvning I

Doughtrey Flower & Gift Shop WEDNESDAY Worship 7:30: pm ASSEMBLY OP. OOO Arcadia,Abstract & Title

by Caroline Prayer Service 7.3O p,m.SOUTHSIDE s y M SUNDAY School JM&.a.m.Morninc : Company, Inc.
Plewer For All Occasions t ,r CMUMUII. Abstracts and Title 'Insurance
? .. Worship 11OO; *
> { WA *-4$.1
( 0" Wlr. Service SUNDAY Kwh Bldg. .
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44 S. DeScto Av. Arcadia WA 8.1311 The Service You Nod.. ,
f;! &v....*.,lhille.. B.rvlcw-730 1 : pjo.
e. BAPTIST WEnNaOAV' When. VM Need .It"
CHURCH Prayo and Praise Service
South HIII. ."Me" Avenwe.Off .. fJO: p.ID. .

Van Petten & Son to* Ph. t-1441. ..- S-6243. .
SUNDAY -.I--- Harrison & Evers, '
I Funeral Homo Sunday School 8-4,5 jn. First Church .
Morning Worship 11OO: ajn.Training Baptist .CALVARY BAPTIST' t4 H.", Wref,,.. ScrvhwArcadia. ;

I to*, .. Oak Street WAS.1 Union "6:15 ..... CHURCH' P. O.Be> 772 P,.....
Evening Worship T30: P.... .HI..y", 70...,. Day P". ."y/A t170I'tN_"..WA tri
WEDNESDAYMidWeek ... ar ,\ Nocoteo Florida Rev*, Ordsn Rise. PasterSUNDAY .P WA !4171
Worship 7.30: p.IL ,

Tom E. Capell Pastor Sunday ffehool t:43: ajn.Momlnc .

Laishley Farm Service, Inc. Worship 11;OO a..... ., .i
: Training; Union SJO: pjn.
Your "PURINA" Dealer' NOCATEE CHURCH OF GOD EwnlnaWorship. 730: pjn.. Bob Turncr tondard Station
Carter ,
24 .. Brevard Areadla WA .6321 Sunday Bcnool 1O-OO: mm. Prayer ttervice 7JO pjn.

Taylor St., Punta Corda NE 2S171 Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. yc do, do it heartily as to the Lord, and not East O.K St. WA S-1411
Evenln; Worship 7:00: pjn.TUESDAY unto men." Cotossians 3:23: -

". Pray-**. S.rvlo..1:30-p' m.. ... .ETHEL MISSIONARY 03
Sunny South Packing Company People s.ryto.7:30: pm. Perhaps| the mod difficult truth to the man and .put him Into tho anion
Baet c SL Co."Everything
I "C.t Over" to the average Christian( i I. of Eden; to dmut It and. to "kri" (>. it." H.,*.*-Refer A... Christ Building Supply .

Arcadia Florida that Christ .U Lund of Life. Hi* principle Throughout Libia( )history work la uigni SUNDAY T. Balld Aayth/.*

are practical.. Every area of life fled .ud| rewanlvil. When .mo.. labor Sunday ...si 9::45 a.m.Morninc .., .
.. .
NOG ATI E BAPTISTCHURCH should b4t permeated with ChrUtianity. becomes merely making"' a living It Worship HJOQ; *j*. WA ..lIot! 11 M. Av

The laynuti and laywomen of the church becomes drudgery and .breed unwhoUMinio >Kveoln Worship 7OO pats
SUNDAY are on thu front line of Christianity in and puriM whss HvinK. !Hut when. WEDNESDAY
Smith's X-Cel Store Sunday School S-45 *jn. their daily \tork. The battle (la won or ones* \ocHtlon+ fulfill (,al'1. puri.mo InF..liis.n Prayer Service T4A p.a. nzarww r

Morning& Worship Union B--43 11-OO sun.TraiaUoc tout a* the church Invades the ho|>. the life hu IwUirn with Joy satisfaction and Tropical I I Termite' Control I Inc.
Feede Ranch Supplle* Evening Worship 7.43. pjn.pjn. plant and the factory' forty hours every profit. Man thus fulnit. (Paul'* earnest ,
;t Saddle Halters Bridle* week UnlJie>"*r* judge Christ by the 'plea Whatever you du, our whole H.", Owned .M Operated""
WA -4l nr W. Magnolia church "In workinir' clothe" heart and soul lnt, It:, art ,into work dnnu BROWNVILLE BAPTISTCHURCH Guaranteed. Pest Carpal Service.

One.. attitude toward work itself U for the I Lonl and not merely for ml'n.:' Licensed' and lne ired
Important. From the 1.-.I n nln". Cal| Col'NMian" I 3:2.1.: I'hillirM. SUNDAY II N. .....) Areadla WA t-t "
FIRST" BAPTIST CHURCH oraained labor for man'a yood. In Gen I'ray &toilay fur u spirit of aUfaction. Sunday School It000sin..
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.. Bhepaard : att>rnln. Worship : jn.Training -
Bill, Hirt Distributor Bryan
N. Polk. aX Hickory emia. 2:13: we read And the Lord took in your dally work.... Union S30 pm.JCvaaMs .

of SUNDAY : Worship 7.*> MJB.
Suaday School S.4S .....
Get The Best Oat Seal .t"m's; Worship IIGO: ajn.Trainla ate HIM Study' 740 p.m.H.ne ...*.*.. *..d Mildred LencnelicrOsrdcn .

Delivery Union. S-44 pjn.EveitinaT Frees Ve....* ..
UI_ S. HIIIsb.r.aeh WA S-3722 WorsWp BOO P.... .. Preeta Fru .. .,...,. A SnrwMRewle

WEDNESDAYMldWeek ,17 ....... .. A". '". FI.vIda.

Peace River Moving & Storage M...,... ad VVHidde CHURCH LATTER DAY SAINTS 4 W. oar Street ..
Sunday M4Ms.lim' a. m.Weekday (Member. ef te SeotHern) S"A':!'l4cwot...fOOtt.. Clubtterrsm UnHenomlnatlonal/ FuJI Oeepel Arcadia Seafood Market
) .
Leeal and
Distance .
Long .
MovingAnywhere Mac 1..30 a. m.No Sunday B ian> It/a* ajsv.Worship
Baptlet Cenventlen Meet a M
) nt
n< pjn.
Anytime) NOCATEE METMOOIST Mass on Tueday and Cock H4M4 Ufadealoo Moyning II4O: *.. ...,. Catherine M..".. Owner eV M...
t23 Nertb
tS .. Oak St. WA "- 101Courtesy CHURCH Thursday Hlllsbro.H Ave.Arcadia. Prayerfee !&* flea All Kln.... rial. and Se* feed. M Sceee
SUNDAY Pl./ "/.... -. -..- trangoliNW Servta 7JO: pas.TRINITY .
II S. ......... Arcadia' WA 04271
Sunday School 10-OO ...... (Weekly Setiedulei Svrvke.) CHURCrfOFTHS NAZARtNS
Morninc Worship lt.S SVJMUYoutte .... ,. -
Sernr* 1&Q pjsm. SUNDAY
.. V... CHURCH" Sunday AiiM.nl .:-tS a. .... Sunday. S.hil ..u am.Wwriip METHODIST. ., .
Ph,.WEDHESOATW= p.... (I* *>*e*.) Uotnang lljtMi a. m. Mvrnlne Worship II OO ... CHURCH General' Equipment & Motor Co.
Friendly Shell Dealers, SUNDAY ; Unb"'n *XM p. nx IfV...'... .. pm.Evenlnf Wset Oeta SC. *4 Or**** A,.. Jh+a p. Ctftlca** (S..cHa... Corner
w. Alee Handle 1'...._ Oeodyear. Sunday lVrbanLiaa> am.Msealna ll.rvke'30 Pas.TUEHDAY R... Rayeeod Hays ,"MA1t"awl. and) |*d."etrlal Ea tlM e>M
Tire and BatteHee.DcSoto ; Worthlp. 11 OO aja.Tralninc evening Worship 7 JO: p. m. : atneAT ....e. Servte ....." Rental er L..*...

Unun .3O pnwEreotni WEXRVKHDAYPrayer : O.ttae rtycr ........ S mday. School *:4S a as.Moraine i 14 S. .......* Avey Arcadia WA ff.*31tMeyer
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Worship, 7 JO p.**). Mee .... Maele. Street !. Villa RNa WEDNEStlAY WKIINKSDAYPryrr NYF Olap, ",,-.
... Study TOO p. ... M ......
National; I Bank re >er o1 a Ph".. Service 7JO: p.... Meettoc 7JO pm.Trainina E.nIngTWuRn11UAY
TltUIUIDAYSerriee Radiator
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BU4 School "4S
Of A.I. CHURCH fH' OOO 7.00 p..a. Ovaranteed ""' 1.'., Cl.."....] e%
Manly D..... C_-' WIIM MonUa Junior Church Worth**145 143 vas. OAK HILL BAPTIST CHURCH ARCADIA SEVENTH.OAVAOVCNTIST ..... ....." J. .1.--__ Reeairln. *.. ".... Up ad Oet veey>
B. *) ..... 1te1' ass. KtmOAYSonday .... at"et $,,
Prgmwtve *> *ej Youth Meeun f.. ..,.. CHURCH Oak 's Pl ep WA -1M _
p BeAml lea) .. ... ,.... WA l.toO' .
E..snlns? Werstup 7:*> pa.. 0. Bl' as) N ( Oar .141. Cemetery
Moraine Warship" 11 ... .111'-WEDJTESUAYLefebvro rr ..... TraiAiA Union. 030:: ._.. sn.Erenlaxc C. HHk..ry SCBATUftDAY ........... JlrbavdcaaL S JO .m.fMMley FIRST CHURCHOapooH P"PRCtSYTERIA
.. ...... : Worship 'fle::: p. us.WEDTTCnOAY .. ) "''t..... ..* am.M CHHall
Electric Service Co. ........rA IkMrl ro na. WonJiip. II a as.Kventoe ATTIND THE CHURCH Of VOUKCHOICE /

RI.Sb1.. .S.e)".joo S.3..L.. P'ra," ......... 7'- p. an. p:111 sus t'-...,...., .; W"TVKMJAYT3f,..*...... 7 oO p.... -...-.........,SUJVDATMVAKMA racy> ,! ...43 ..... KACH SU ...AY ..

Mae dk P._p "...... Auv.A ftervfcre II.... 1'rq.r M.wt 1eaa.t.. -..sMf tie aria tis
.... .. WA aVSMI I: Worsaip 799 pm.Trayer KIWANIS CLUB
.. MiUe Ave.Rev. Ph, fJM YJ'.z. to ....
Nor MBAPTIMM A*.. Hlesjory t ,er MeeUavf p.m .WKKKVEftOAY.
Raeart L. Brr d, PasterVXDA.Y "' TM p...
< A. C. Celsen., Pa.4er _......_-.F CITY ,M .
.. First JFedcrol: Savings & LoanAssociation 8VXDAYMerala : day. BrffMMrt. 1S. a. .... METHODIST CHURCH.---:: Ed'.>$<, CtJlf s.Nlca. '1
of DcSota County s.a.a7 stA..l 1St nab. Mara*** Wersaup It** .. a*, MIAKKAMETHODIST" .Re. *. &.. W ,,--". PaeserHimrfay .
.* Ser..kee 1Iaaiaa .. ast CHURCH Jb' _1. |aa. ..... MT.. PL ASANT BAPTISTCHUR Read ..-a.. Tev..) Kvpert Tane-Up
lw.dsa At T.... .*..... -re. rig METNOOIST.INR LEVEL .,.-" MwfflerQcneriSara. .
1' .. g.ntr., 73 S p a.. *eve L. w. Casa... Paesa M mlA. Worship.. II S aasvfiJU ..HServleea .
... CHURCH N. Pate da.r.y W A N401
Cloak With TVs CM* WTDKDU1AYFrayer : Study.. 7 a p..
.. Srd Sunday w the na-Nb. Linda, SMS., I am.We rJIDA Y SadT Sts*4ay ta fa* Arcadia. Plsrtd ..
Msetiaa; 7a p aa Pearl:: aWr,... 1|".. ... ..***-**........ Osusr ffVaeUeev.. ..... .......

Witten Electric.. Mo Arcodia Hordwore s..w.1ce Sorreds Bros. Pocking Co., Inc. Davis Hardware Compony
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.. .r......... .... M. M CMrreearia.. .. o./r. The See.
A. Areidtw %..M,... I Pe..r T. wxW ..... bass I the Hardware-P la> -P1e* *Jf IoHI'

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Top Round Steak Ib. 99

Beef Rump Roasu' 89",&

Sirloin Tip Roast .I*. 99Cop'eland c

I Bag Sausage lb.43c -

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: ROLLS 25 c e A reme&Mi

OVEN FRESH DONUTS Dozes 33c .4 12
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"i 4h COPEU.N 0.S SAfOIEO I St.w J_""_

, I ';'" Ham 12016/bs./ /'

,'Val Cocktail" . . 2 1 Can69c:: 1iJl'1J:::;,H.fl1b.45 c HEN S\I

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I Georgia Red Gr. Beans 8 can.Royal :. $1. .. 1& '

! G. Greens . 8 Can $1. )
.Gold Crest Peaches . 4 Ga zss'?II $1. 't t JUICY T AND RICH IN :PLSirloin TABLERITE ..

y Royal Guest Spinach .8 : : dr x ;
v' M.G.A.,, Mushrooms Bp 2 k?.. 39 C ; .....
Ideal Dog Food T. 3 Can.Tan 45c Boneless I d I JUICY AND TENDER TABLERTTETBone -W, .- i.

Ris nick 400.. 43c lb. ";11'

Crispy Mixed NutsCrispy . Uoa.59c :', r Steak 99 Ci!F
Cocktail Peanuts lIoa. 49.Nested > :

'. Instant Tea .' ."oa- 79c: .>f n* i "-*.'/ JT%. Table I King T

.1 'Royal_ 'Guest Baby Limas :. 10c: :. 4. i Sliced Bacon -53c
\ ; Sliced Bacop 21b.,. r!If'.r.9 9c i it
'(1000( I Island-French Italian '
; '\ Miracle French, Dressing 1 "
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\P 25C 8oz.33c >>.-a FROZEN FOODS.-

I .- .. .> Table King Vegetables, 4,
Dee 't& Cut Corn ''2'tooz..25cCauliflower
GOLD MEDAL MM 1& Bi Ei < ........
i ... 2tooz..39c
5 Serve Cooling :Refreshing' r. r "
: Bag49c Salads with do ixesh le ,
we ttuce.
; FlOUr y
4 -.. Ford : Limas: '2"iot ..39cBroccoli
I Limit On.With$S.00.e) Mon Food Ord rB
",' \ .Hy Crocks 1Ayet- I Spears 2JOc: .39c. _'

l, Cake Mixes 3 Pkl .$1. G.EEN/ French Fries '. 2.,9o&.25c!

ONIONs Tradowinds ..
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IfRESH lJunchcw J 9c
; lr XGATABIXBITC LA r 9 e Creaded! ..0.....
GR 39:
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.. He ads .N. Ply
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llFORN'.I1 Ib.. 19c ... ."
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1 Pt V,., lITy Eorden's 59flONEEH C

I,I< t, 1.& 69c 'b.2Sc Sherbet .-VJ CHl '" ,4,, .,

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-- Charcoal

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ftUSl.II"C\ Coffee FOLGER'S-f Can 69 to Ib. 49c
I oz. 7 c
Biscuits 8 a 9

.I KRAFT. MORE FOOD ORDERoMAvmHo.. |GA. Coffee c.Ib.... 59 \f.... ho..
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FRESH ORANGE JUICE o. 39c : All Brands 4 : a.
$ ;:
j KRAFT HALF.MOON ",.- Cigarettes. .Kln9orR u"r.! 69 se.;
LONGHORN CHEESEHAVon.swtrr l. r ,1039c LIMIT 2 CARTONS',ft* ,FAMILY 1I11 ._ .' 4 7C '
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