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Title: The Arcadian
Uniform Title: Arcadian (Arcadia, Fla.)
DeSoto sun herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: DeSoto County Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Arcadia DeSoto County Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- De Soto -- Arcadia
Coordinates: 27.2175 x -81.86 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Jan. 9, 1925).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579554
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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J ', Record; ,: Throng ,;,Expected ., For, :/ABF3ork3aChampionship! ,. Rodeo sRARYOF I I AhhliL i ;F': ;:A'DA;; .II'i IU' ('II"I:: : ,i'l. I


u With ole Sol cooperating arecord and the annual Clover Leaf of THE ARCADIAN. odlst Church on Oak street, days events with the excepThe final event will be the l'' I
throng Is expected In Race for Cowgirl Champion- Events for July 4th will rSee Parade Route Map) lion of the American Legion presentation of the saddle to
Arcadia this weekend for the ship" gin with the Rodeo Par de The second rodeo show will drawing for a bull and the the Champion cowboy of theo
36th annual AU-Flortda Championship Contestants for all events which begins promptly at 1 begin at 2 pjn. and the --sen- Saddle horse drawing and Untwoday program The cow-
Rodeo at Fenton Are- appear elsewhere In this issue ajn. from in front of the Met](*- dule will be similar to the first de Bruce. (Continued on page 8-A)
na. More than 10.OOO persona
are expected for the big event.
The festivities begin this 4T
t morning (Thursday with registration '
for the Arcadia Quar :
ter Horse .show. The cutting


horses Friday through will Entries Thursday perform are nl&ht Thursday expected and r a'te'r 1 dQ.u

States.from all over the U n U e d '

The program for the 36th i ; _
annual All-Rodeo Championship
Rodeo will get under way :
promptly at 7:SO p-m. Friday f.
and the tint event will be the
cutting horse exhibition. Cowboys r r National and State Award Winning
and their horses from all Newspaper

over participate the United In the States various will + Twelve Pages. ,10 CENTS Arcadia. Florida Thursday July 2, 19C4 Volume XXXX No. 40)'
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events.The program will start witha
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raising cowgirls grand,and entry followed the of cowboys national by the flag and an .NNw.,:. .Entrants Asked.i. Ft. Man Named

."'J them. Introduction of officials P Myers Projects
of the affair distinguished
t guests and the contestants will .Check Places
t precede the first section of r j


roping.saddle The first bronc section riding of the and bareback calf- LBefore Parade.. !': Clerk Inspector For Housing Work

bronc riding will be followed Entries In the big July.:. 4U ,
.. ..
by Uncle Bruce television -- parade are' urged this week bj
entertainer of Tampa. COMPLETE PLANS:-Mrs. Lloyd Ryals and Lawrence Newton chairman o
The calf scramble will pre- Pat Kelly discuss final plans for the Arcadia Cham- the parade committee to shot k Henry II. Hetn. of Ft. Myers,. Works for the' construction of treimly fortunate In obtaining and specifications as Issued.
cede the rossettc Drill Team pionship Rodeo this weekend Mrs. R the lists pouted In downtown has been appointed to act asi I the Fort Myers. Florida Housing { the services of Mr. ll !in The Local Authority extends'
which will be followed by the the advertising and editing of the Rodeo book stores for their placement' I Ir clerk for the Arcadia Housing Authority and did an exceptional as Clerk of the Works. Ills an invitation to sll to -visit
first section of bulldoggingand the event. Authority It was announced Job In that position claim personality and thoroughness these two sections
The Ar dlan. Mr. is of comprising
Ilyats
printed by president
Entrants also urged U, here today by Ourdett white although the Central Contractor ,
bull riding."Square are : even to the minutest this project the whit units
the Rodeo Association. and Mr. Kelly is a member director of the 'two Arcadia
Dance on Horse get their I positions[ ahead I caused considerable trou details of construction' give I being located t in OllchrUt East
back" will be featured by the of the Rodeo Association Board. Events and attractions of time so that the parade car!, Housing projects.: ble. promise that the completed Foil Subdivision and the hon-
Quadrille and the second sections scheduled for this year will make this!' the get under way promptly at 1Cmjm. ),II'. Heln. appointed by Set- The Local (Housing Authority project will have been builtIn while unit located In Washington .
of the riding events, In- most successful and interesting Rodeo ever held.Arcadian as scheduled. : lew and Shaw architects, will believes ths} they are ex accordance with the plans Park Subdivision.
terspaced with sulky racing ( Photo) (Continued on page ,*-A) conduct project Inspections and
comes well recommended for

the job. F 're-- T.. w"ranw
In 1823. Mr\ ; Heln supervisedthe 1
4 4L construction of the Marshall -

+r'1 r ,a, x __. field lions In New York
City, costing 3.SOO.OOO.OO; In
'1'21. he was General Superintendent
In charge of construe
ion of the Empire State Build-
.r ,nl.. also In New York City
1..1. s 'which' Job presented emrepUon1 -
1 difficulties due to the fact
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;$ ter : .a 1)ef)( { 'ei ', tt'lt rr, -x that there were no facilities
for the storage of construction y
rnatrrlals' the arrival of which ,1 M
....y. had to be scheduled in order np
that It could Immediately be
.fl l r S tA, LA N Y jO 'placed In position! : t
_ .stl e0 '. ""Po.,' '.."L,T Fir Mi ra i. a I'I I From 3S40.. he warn General '
{ 1 ; t "r \ Superintendent lor the J
'
I construction of the World's
Fair ef New York; during I 1140'
41 he was Superintendent of
Coni truct ton ing. and at that time, had under

I workers.his supervision over M.OOO

)c. la. 14.1. eonatructlon 'under
his 'direction' jw.s started. wn
the Housing Authority project,
.t Wlckferd. Rhode Island.otulstlng .
SWKK1MNO: JAYCKKH: : : Mem- to alert
of 22* units Sincethen. stunt citUcnji o/ the dcplor-
Mr. Heln has supervised .hers of the IfeHoto County Jayeee auto conditioa utter was creating la
1 .Y construction of piers In Humus aroused a lot\ of attention and raised. downtown<< A read: I A. The project I
S i y Aires and the American Embassy a lot of dual too. *g they cleaned, up made downtown streets more attract
Uulldlng London. In downtown Arcadia sidewalks last Bat. Ivn for the h llodnu foniivtU this Sat1.

IMI I he supervised the eon ftinfsi.V-...... /Trig'. ...*. .,v nun..* man' iisiswl..-..... tit.*. .......1....."... 'I''.1.._.....dl.....,.. I'..v....u..,.
atruction of1 the new list Of-
flee in St. .....'.bur.. Florida
In the Oooee Pond area' which
,Five Already Entered to adjacent to the 34 Ih Street

dt. Shopping Plug Oevelopmenl. New
Soars
y The OOOM Poet project.Office was a IZ.OOO/ City Building

Ill 19 a. ....was Clerk of the
Honorsrive ,
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all-round cowboys wilt Coffee.. Don Doyd. Andy Nay Death Claims Above $ Million Mark

Vie with Pet demons., of log Condo and Runt and demons Smith. are signed auiir i Jerry A. Sams

Ofceechobee. All-Florida Rodeo up tar bull riding, along Ihrr7 A. ....... 4$. died. n....,lA County's' building H9JOOQ ."" ....'..1...... a IhfSw twsaal on by th* city council
Champion for the past two with Underbill. lloyd Bill Miller Tuesday morning June 30. In procradi may well.. rt aver the. way project between .Iho. city of Arcadia. .Is th. MOW locker
years" as the All-Florida Championship Jerry AUlns. Roland Dur r !! 4 the University. llospiul.Oa million mark this year Mcrord cf Arcadia. the school boarding .
Rodeo gets under way ranee. Jerry Roberta Ralph I*........ where he was U- to city offtclaUv.' Construearil the county, ruom at the fowlbeU field
tier Friday and Saturday Green Coot unhand Buddy + ken Wednesday. .< last week. tkm will sown begin on a new Another project' recently and the reconditioning of the
Tb five' contestants who Raulerson.<<-iI Tstum Larry Mr. Sams wee born In ...... ...."n. facilities. at a cost
Will Ml* *U the way against Bledsue. CharU. Stratton. Ronnie Or JMi.. moving .. Arcadia of spprvslmslsly". ( .DOO.
demons are Matt Condo Arcadia Welch. Jaekk' Williams.ZJoyd with .... parents when. be wasflv :: .let tau l :Jftal I n I e r-County Telephoct
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In lfll ..... have
and champion Floney. Oene Tomuson.Gene yeas ...... II. Has Lived Company "1. beguna
Konni Welcn ot West Palm Babbitt John McLean.Donnl here since that time, and was new' loo.ooa sspanalon, program
beach Gene Tom n.uG of Clark. R. U Whidden." a prominent eunt/actor and .U* Insure sldenia of bvter >
LAreoo. Don Boyd of Arcadia Jackie Strobe. Runt Smith and .a..1 ....-... spestajjlsiui InpalaUng Off Need service. and cwttalruction
and Hunt Smith of Noca.... Earl Walker and.. reeling cuntrocta.Mr. street Parking has alrswty teen t gun on th*
Twenty-five cowboys have two -.w..n. b uslng, projects
Entered In bulldogging are '+ Same was a diabetic. and
signed' upn the bareback Condo. demons. Underbill.Boyd. FAI R' ... been HI for many 7" .,.. of tlt. Arcadia I IfnMSing Author
besets rlauig thirteen In the O..bbtn. Richard Lover- He suffered many complies* Shipper .In Arcadia re.p n. Withes. County OoorgU and .Hy with 20 units' for whites
saddle brace rain!. twenty ..... Ertrk OooUby May lIar- lutes from the dtoovtie ndi.tvi dod to THE ARCADIAN'S. came to Arcadia. In .Iff It kt anal fio-uniu for nr>whito st
'S..... In bull riding forty In calf Continued on page *-A) *. and has ben In very ....U

roping and thirty-one in bui pq.r. ''bealtn for tike post lw.* answers. but led whole .baled. ...... She. taught school *.
school' to
tloggmg.OOy ,..,.. While In the Gainesville 81* new wanes are
nine young Udies wW OLDTIMER MYSTERY PICTURE. NO LONGER MYSTERY Hospital bo suffered. a consensus .1 opinion. was that si. tW OrpKss>.... be s.M.d daring. ''Iho sdfjtmer
vie for the Cloverleaf" title. sever. Wart attack. parking meters were a "... .. .In Aufutl ef Iff70 she warn to i. totoI>unty.'Illgh. stthwol
They are Carol Edwards. Ft. He warn a meinber ef TrlnCesrtJnued ..., evil" and a bun. to bur married. to Thom. "14.U". totaling. $7t, 00.
Myers: Yfcki.OOry.Sarsoo- { *n peg .A) rtsdIWyp.gs.. member. of sn old 0...... Work .....) begun on th*.new
ta; ttardra.Cb cev. Bettar Glade; Choke la answer .. the question CouMy. pioneer family., ah. llrownvill bt...... arrose'Feac
tfancy F ucbt. Ounedin; ZnSM Walter V. Sullivan Right what. .. tfc* puWte's pow, ..* .has tare children and" three Ricer' at a ret whlstt' W....nesttmaled
Crosby. Urals; Andy Moor- astral snapping> In AfcadUmost ste -.......,.... 13 grandchildren. at aver $2O*OOO,
ti ..1, Alocmta; ........ Albrlton. City Council ..'-*4 Net .lack of ,...,- sad seven greet grand .....WAft.M. lU..e. are abu uttder' way, to
OrsU; Jackie Duncan. Arcadia As many people guessed Us ing........... King and the Perir are w evssag. wills aa.sgral l.e.a .............. 4rnin>povd stores. .., ......Ue began to work bulk. a new stM'**.across Josh-
; Carol ....tb. Sarasota week's mystery picture was kMr. Brother vne debt jilal 1l.ntl4.aiekl'A I..... Meets July 13 and. Indifferent ..k.rha wets. at for The ArsodMn in the. a*,lyisto's ... Creak anal a aew boat ramp
led.,, Jody Allman. DowUng Walter V. Samna w.* Beell,1,. dare full, at ohrwtpe w.. stet TV AresdU. City Council the lop of the .IW*. Some. Mid .tender M,. GUn. Kber- wed built on. 'INtac tt/vec. ,jt.arNot.Mee.
a..... Carol $.- of Sarasota was bars. March 24, ISSS In hey/ would make rente drive a _.. eh.ew. 'N ,.... that whit moo4 In ........, sisiimnJwty IMF souMrvt tar weUanvwabrand ate!. and .ns, euntribuledIhroMgh .
w.. last year's winner .<, tn* IfMiimirni and ram to Area .all the way .. Tamp and they _lie Mss. .. a.u&M anal, ... M w.. .aawrnd i here ..amos. and' others e>,m the ,..,,.. ller place
...... .:.. Ua o* a ....u child with his Jeeping out from M .. 3O day fM.. to> ........ she-............' .... wesn. CSoxnrtl m..it4M arenwany lamed of 1M'" 04 In the bareback dlvlston ore parna" Davy and Mary SuOiva way basis their '......... held ko flrK Mends. ............ H..... Defloto County UUsvtMwl >" Chamber Meet
.......... the foUowing: Matt .va>a. Mn SMllHrasKWwa morrtad sa ''to ease montn bat. wan set lorl Very low *s*.*.l soore one* student, sml resident. of
Cade, 141. ,C1wM sot. Don ,. Sutlrvan. has worked. In ISO*... .,....* Cree*..a .....*. %4h- ..tS dun to !..<.* we.Lech. 0>. way streets *mt ,.. D.' .... Jerry Uotxris, JI.aJc of o.e-. Ce.ars, .w ..., .. ... saw at 7'' >0m. .gsesd that ",.id ......tow. .. ArcadUn. staff }sans in
Crft ..... Ksws.tA ar0...- hoe. throe fertew x.11eI. ... ).tea .. b the City IUUet c.-wu pakirid lots were body ....' ..,.... "masatit. .... Ml- WiHIUrn C ... .J'Wd. ....... Weldl" orSIn. N- Msr.tsMM t. o.S. ... .... J e and Be** ....*. .od. Few inoMtftt SMOTB Nu.ra.ow..d.d.. sells' f..r s Jab well dens and Jr. NMMMgrr .f the CunmUle.
** ....*.. Lloyd. Davy Con .. 1N wed tIN first *. ttv all smy., Arsadie. They neon. .i 'is;IaWW .tko .jommm est....... eA......1e,...as to M.aeIfjgsn. alt loo I industrtsl. feveiopfnenl
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T.asn.rssi. i... L. WMddvn.Yanrey eon .o ea ...S>y M. sic, .. Iii- ..M grsndskildrsn"" and that i*e swt. r**..d. lot'as.disd ResMents ef Pit level. branch of greats Tamp
...... Felts B.erws.WiIt.a w..... V. oeMtoao a* tostT .have... test e gv.wdeMl4r.e. fees. pay tee ....... may. turn in their news b?. Chamber' of Commerce, was to
.cab ewgk.t9ww. o-.w wows A....... My..ry Mr, Sal. selves. pfwiag Mlsr IU... at WA have addressed' members" .of
.... ... wai ... One ell Is children. Weather
.. T.o.wy tbtewa nay 5 Bvoa .bad .... hroOsrs. and laor. *.tlst reorHred ay the 'mi.Om. u.. Ow" o number ef Com-
Eaw... a-, J.ae.a., Dewlfbell.e. ea..e ..... ......S5IMn M ftv* ......... Me destr ... bbsaeg pesoswtll, be hosed. o+er .. -- ..,.. thla nu....".. but u..
Edgar .....-. lWIy .>. "AeaeSiao. TIMe week'. f M chile a -......... I Report .......r .. Contmerso odi> .reU.UUone. to Ricky speskiag has been canceled until .
0--. Deck Albr/tsa Dee MeGales. i reeT e!.<.*. s>...... one I_ and any ... he ....., UU .*. Stouter ai>..J ojinl. Dodd Iwr berg chosen. th* mostewi s tater data due. to th*
... a.wI......... .oe 5. ......* S. based a ;::... Mi** Low lain ..Uk*..uac pUyer al .tae Clean Chamber parlictpatlva. Jit ,10do '
Cs.er.. to base rld- -AD r.. ... done ti ......- Jew 94 SI M ,* Mrs Tkonvs MUO Ar.- WUaa aa.ke h.O cam p. .ls.- venls, 1 -
lire an Matt Gaad.i ...... C-r Cae tattle hh all 1ta .. Ii .. a.,.. .1 tiled wart and .uIa Jwee 35 .,'J" .IT .... rrrenw. *.**.* from Fin.. son wntverstty, Along withPadil. Dote. : of la. r* If d
tress. Y. I. Uad.Ail. ...-.. ad ... Ml flews ....,........ sale and w ....l sA 1'c.Mr .June M W n ate a....... i. rod the week efwr tosmmat* Jimmy Yar meeting will be July Min-
-.act. g...,.. tLwy. a.a s ..... .....t ter_biii s on Us.rlwlda .1 ..., Jon Tt .! ft ** move t twenty yoore ef new toongh eke was ........ to the stand ,.f Jly 9nd. toChamber
'Tu..., ll.i., IIaQyen ",........ .... --.. .. I Si...ival. reddw wM>.ir. $0 1$ M ga4ar si< us a*. i s majiy.Mr sl-its ...... More than Ill. manager JohnTBbateto .
-. .... *4 baL J.gryA an the big snide kiag* ....... WAZ.TXX T. SCLLXYAX "_11.. M .14 .....--i. 1h-. == MS* a*T *. b4....... wen born .M (Continued on page. sVAj, ,'....I.. ....,..., ,'. sie.eIen""r.'Y-
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S.A, TIIE ARCAD 'a Florida, ors aq, July 2, 1964i

neighboring: church membersand with us In church Sunda-j r tafankftd, toe t the good showers
*
i 20th Century 'I News From Owens) :ore Bpei!:lal music, by a morning. *" *,,* of jp-Jjn which: fell during the

group from the church anti a glad to have Mr. late afternoon and evng.}! & w.
III CHIT CHAT Club MetThe I ft U II .. . lijflcard : I:also very /* ? .
1 Fluet,iwjr, _quit nnit. veuna. pt I 'fi xs Roland., angfang ..oftner'oshua also had some *>verelightenlnS
;
Tact meeting of the IJllilJJ.JVl: : ,#ear 'j iva t 'ijal 1 IDa'ifsltl' Ut tour I Mr. and: Mrs. BiU (Ctoulter.. Cc 4c 'frith us In which 'ed'' ut ti

::I: : : i rnae JsxliL Twentieth: Century Club. for frem MI'&. Roy Jabem pastor Rev. Bud Glllet!t .:Ia"and. Arthur "left at noon oWi: .hlce -5.m.fciwl m ) { i lteleph it, V,; te.
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: : the .. Sat.h-day for a Vtsft bvr+ 'tlie Wl h
: the year 1M3-KM4 was .held who V* taking her! nephew! on bringing ntxpsage e ..J Floyd 0 >V a I1)8Jln6fMJot. ;

CROW UP AND GO HOME I I West at. the",Lewis Purvis home! on a tour of European countries: night. Making the trip wen,. family wekend at to North the*ll i'Charles Hollywood.Scotth childx jn,,*k f. O .'y,. sun area of the'cdlh: .n\tJ.\ {
Inrtogene Street Thursday,
" apd points of interest as a Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morton ant 1 Air. and Mrs. Vergil Sapp. Orlando i ii June 23 at 8:30 o'clock. Hostesses
- The above article was written by Philip B. Gilliam.Juvenile were Mrs. Lewis Pur- graduation preaent. They had Mr. and Mrs. John Trawicl k and daughter Margaret Ann of her parents Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs Ray

- Court Judge, Denver, Colorado. I have seen vis. Mr. Howard Shaver, Mrs.J. arrived>, in Germany to. spenda of Areadla', Mrs. Ida Barrow, Moor. Haven were on vacation George Summeralls before where Stroble Saturday night and
it published in several periodicals, and I think it very T. Casscls and Miss Ella few days then would tour Mr .and Mrs. Bill Coulter ant I spent several days hero with leaving for Oklahoma Ilolloway came out for a short visit with
Belgulm. France, Switzerland her parents Mr and !\lIra.I they will Join Mr. the Cedrie and Ray Strobles
Rails. .
Arthur und Mr
, for boys and girls to read who out children: Jarva.
appropriate are now and Italy, and possibly into George Summeralls. Also visiting to make their home. night.
, of school and wondering what to do with their time. This guest night began with Greece before heading for and Mrs. Jim Brewer and som(. them were Mrs. Irvine Mr. and Mrs. A. McCormick Sunday --
dinner of barbecued ,.
:i "Always we hear the plaintive cry of the teenager: a chicken& home. She said she Is enjoyingthe Walt and Bob Mrs. J. W. Bte Yesger of Clewtstoit and of Belle ai-ade were the guests:
baked beam, cole slaw garlic. wer, Mrs. C. W. Pearce Mrs,
''What can we do? Where can we go? The answer is: bread, olive, pickles, iced tea, trip very much. Katherine Gray, Mr. and Mrs, daughter Mrs. Walter Mitchell of Mrs. Clara Stroble and about family FAST SERVICE;
:i GO HOME. Hang the storm windows, paint the woodwork coffee, and pie serve buffet Mrs. Katherine Gray a n dMrs. > Lee Wilson. Mr. Bus Juhnson I and three children of Atlanta, Sunday. They left
{ rake the leaves, mow the 'lawn wash the car style following the dinner on Ray Stroble attended the and daughter Anna Lou, Au Ga., Mrs. Mitchell Is a granddaughter mid afternoon to visit friends CHICKENBASKET

.learn tq cook; scrub some floors\ repair the sink., builda the porches the group (asserts Training Union meeting of drey Morton\ and Mrs. Ray, of Mrs. Eva'' Yeager. in Arcadia In the late before,
Peace River :
', boat, ,get a, l job, ; '
Baptist Church .
.Cross thAt {Salvation AVmy. .,Visitthe!( sick assist. thti president! Exeia,Purvis extended Ogden last\; Tuesday'nJlb&In.Mr.Lyle FL. lett. All enjoyed the trip the Tuesday Merle and at Verge Lake Okeechobee Sapp spent ., ,

''poor, study your lessons. Arid when you are through] greetings and!presented theprogram Woods of Wocatee. led sermon IeUgwlhip1&1. toUt flshJijg. They report very good
Miss Ella
I' and not too tired READ A BOOK. committee the conference: using as his *> luck. The Sapps left Saturday
.
Rails and Mrs. Jonnie F. Casels. *- RONNIE'S TIDBIT'
i "Your parents do not owe you entertainment. Your subject: Leadership In Your for Bradenton where they will $ .00

{city or village does not owe you the recreational facali- They gave a resume of the Church.On Ft. Winder NewsMARY spend a few days with, Mr. and The cowboy would have |
jties. The world does not owe you a living. You owe year's work In the form of Wednesday night} twentyone Mrs. Charles SummeraU and caught the bad guys, but
,tit your time and energy and your talents so that no one This Is The Year That Was'. members of Mt.: Ephraim ELLEN NICHOLSON family. his mother wouldn't let him
{will be at ,war, in poverty, or sick or lonely again. Miss Frances Pooser and Miss Church drove >up to. Lily to Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Stroble _t-ro S'Uje. atreeI . , "In plain simple words grow up: quit being a cry- Susie Murphy very graciously: attend the Revival being held Mrs. Josie Croxton. of En' arrived here Sunday morning )I 1 With Slaw & Potatoes
did a skit from their October glewuod, visited her daughter for a visit with their aunt and
{baby. Get out of your dream world and develop a back-
which convulsed the and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stro- *
wish bone and start like program T.E.L. Class -
bone not acting Had
; a a man or ble. his father Vernon and -e' '
onlookers with laughter. Theprogram Dtiughtrey, over the weekend. Eat'Hera
|a lady. the Juhnson grandmother Mrs. Clara Strg.lble.
concluded with Miss Lynette of
"You're supposed to be mature to accept some of thee.pon.lbil1t1es Luncheon and Or. Out
} presentation of awards of "lov Owens, spent Thursday night They had spent a few Carry
your parents have carried for years.They days In Belle Glade with his Wedding Handfpr:
ing cups" and selected picturedto and Friday with her grandmother -
have nursed protected helped, appealed begged. various members of the club, Business(t MeetThe Mrs. Evelyn Barnwell.Mr. mother Mr. and Mrs. Al McCormick 3I;m.' and" Women PINE POINTRESTAURANT .' .
,.xcuaed. tolerated and denied themselves needed comforts for their program) participation TJE.L. Sunday School Ancll Young returned and family. They left
so that you could have every benefit. You have during the year. class of the First Baptist Sunday from a two weeks visit Tuesday for Chattanooga, RONNIE'S'J.:.. '
no right to expect them to bow to every whim and The following members and church held their quarterly with his sister Mrs. Maggie Tenn. where Shirley and children I .
guests enjoyed the evening together Luncheon and business meetIng Rltter and other relatives in Vernon Oollette Victor 9 gait O.k.St.
i fancy."In Heaven's name GROW Up' AND GO HOME." Mr. and Mrs. C. E. at the home, of Mrs. Ethel Plant City. and Yvette will stay with Arcadia FUrlfaDial 1645 East Oak Street
ARCADIA
Adams Mr. ,and Mrs. David Avant. The ladles arrived at Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson her parents Mr and Mrs. R. T WA e-S7S1
Phone WA 9-5581
! NOTE( FROM KRIFOKD, GERMANYi Browder.. Mr. .and Mrs. James about 11 ajn. and enjoyed an and family of Owens visited Cook while Cedric Is on sea Jewelry and Watch Repair. I
Boone, Miss Kate Carlton. Mr. hour bf visiting with each ot- her mother Mrs Evelyn duty, then they will make -
i Adele Dahlem who went to Germany with her sister Thud Carlton, Mr. and Mrs.J. her. Then a delicious: lunchof Barnwell Sunday. their home In Norfolk, Va.
from Long Island to visit relatives writes that they T. Cassels. Mrs. Hazel'' Dls- baked chicken, and all the Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Holland where he will be stationed. We
:had a beautiful crossing with weather wonderfu. hong, Mrs. TV AMcEachern., good things that goes with it of Brownville visited ,Mr. and were so glad to have them I:

They have now gone to Copenhagen for a few days, Mr. anrf Mr. W. I* Matlison. was served.Alter Mrs. Oscar Barnwell Tuesday.
and will then go to Paris. Florence' and Rome. While Mr. and Mrs. lien McGehee. lunch. Mrs. Avtnt con- Mr. and Mrs. Rutty Garner ARCADIA DRIVE IN .
J JI&& ,Rome will meet Margueritte and Stam Stathin, who Mrs. Joseph Murphy Miss Al- ducted' a business session. Mrs. of Arcadia visited her parents
ma Murphy, Miss Susie Murphy Edith: Scott gave the devotional and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Visited relatives in Greece, and are now on a tour ofEurope. THEATRE
speaking 'on the 17th Chapterof ;
Miss Frances Pooser Miss Barnwell and Betty: Sunday.
Ella Rails, Mrs. Eleanor Jones John and "Eternal Lit.. The Mrs. Evelyn Barnwell visited U. S. 17. NORTH Published every Thursday morning at 2O7-209 W.
'.Adele said. that everyone was wonderful to her on Mrs. Uertle Core Mr. and Mrs. following nominating commit her mother Mrs. Keen and bnp- 9 Miles Oak Street P.O. Box. 870, Arcadia: Florida. 33821. Earl E.
the, boat going over, and the food excellent. She said Lewis Purvis. Mr. .and Mrs. tee was appointed Mrs. Dora ther Billy, Sunday. _----- Neiberger, editor-publisher; Margaret G. Naiberger business
txat{ ,to her Germany was the most beautiful country 'O. H. Rayborn.' -Mrs. E. L. Gearhart. Mrs. LotUe Hampton Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Nicholsonand THURSDAY SATURDAY manager. Entered as Second Class Matter October 17,
f is the world and the people very friendly. Said thathpr Todd Mr .and Mrs. Howanl and Mrs. Maud Albritton. Bill of Arcadia visited Disney's Merlin Jones 1824 at the Post Office at Arcadia. Florida under Act: of
party might go to Vtena from, Home and If not, Shaver, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Those attending were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nichol- Tommy, Kirk Annette Congress of March 3, 1879. -
will go to Hamburg, and from there to Bremen. Saidepe Taylor and Mn. and Mrs.. Uye Ruth Morgan Mrs. Edith Scott ''lon and family Sunday after and
Mrs Addle Belle Sorrclls. Mrs. I Member Florida Press Association National Editorial
planned to leave, there July 30th'' for home. Wuuds 6' JrJr.'Womans'Club Dora Gearhart, Mrs. Marcla" noon.ARTHRITISRHEUMATISM' -. When Comedy Association: International Confereme of Weekly Newspaper .

t SIDEWALKS CROWDED Perry Mrs.. Lottie Hampton Was King Editors Sigma Delta ChL
Mrs. Lena Coker, Mrs. Bunla Charlie Chaplin
1Aa usual, during summer vacation time, one can Outler Mrs. Jennie Odurn. L.urel.and. Hardy Advertising Representatives Fiorina Press Service
hardly get by the Shop and Save store because of ,the Met TuesdayThe : Mrs. Marie Roundtree. Mrs. Do clams; and double talk rei.efrrom make SUNDAY TUESDAY Gainesville Florida; American Newspaper Representatives

crowds of boys and girls, and bicycle*-.4hree or four first'summer meeting of Lucy Smith Mrs. Annie Belle *ou doubt arthritic u.j.: n rheumatic get any pains? Lassie's New VOl k, New York; Atlanta Georgia; Detroit: Michigan.
abreast. They are so, intent on playing that they, seem the Arcadia' Junior 'Worn*as lutes; Mrs Ethel Avant. Mrs. Get 100 STAN BACK tablet or )O Greatest Adventure
Maude Albritton and Mm. Lu- STAN BACK powder, we is direct Subscription' Rate*:-One Year $4-00; Six Months $2.25.
of to
Ito. be totally unaware anyone wanting ,pass .it Club' was held Tuesday night also
and they certainly.,do,not make it easy for, the moving June'ZSrd/.st the home of Mrs. c l. Seigler._ ed.unused It you part do and not get your relief purchase, return price the Where the Truth Lies Single Copy Mailed-25 Cents.

traffic.' I wonder. it would not be better ,for the Charles fethet.Jrr Brownville will be refunded. Staoback Company Jun. Lockhart Copy of Back: Issue-25 Cents

yoUDffiters to park their bicycles against, the' buildings ''Road. Co-hostess with Mrsj John TreadwellTo SahburyN.C....' Julia Oreeo -....:; .. t t
Bethel was Mr*. Dennis L.tebrie.
(orth and South Monroe and walk to the Drugtore -
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j or wherever they want'' to go. The walks are Attend ForumMr. I
Many plans for .future1
really ,not wide ,enough for three bicycles side by were discussed, and committees projects and Mrs. John Tread

>Hide, as they. often rld, and pedestrians trying to get .named to carry oUt the well, HI. will leave Saturdayfor
from,on.e store to the other. plans. #' New York City. S
f- The hostesses. 'served delight Beginning Monday. July 0. ia I
FASHIONS. ',SIMILAR. TO LAST YEARS, n ful refreshments during 1hhwcia Mr. Treadwell will attend the +

Anyway, we certainly do not want to wear the same >\4 boost; .. J1 I" National sponsored Prosecutors by ''the Practicing Forum. cd f I ,

old dresses, so will have to buy new togs if they do F Law Institute of' America$ beta I
hsv a faint resemblance to;last:wintqtuiriM.igsif.T. KJTWe.'Atte(1( 1ecf'' ,SfdteCommittee : -";:. held In New York. City
will not have to, but I know we will ,want to when we through July 10th. with ,the
go to Miss Gertrude's and see all the pretty things that Meet personnel of the New York District r
her annual to the Markets Attorney's Office serving
he bought on buying trip Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Purvtsand I
in New York. Believe me, patrons of the dress shops i in Miss Mildred Morgan attended M hoe... ,
'Arcadia are very fortunate in the class of merchandisethat the Official State Democratic Mr. Treadwell was granted
is available here. I defy anyone to find a more up- Committee meeting In permission to attend by' Governor

to-date dress shop than Gertrude's. She carries, the very Bradenton Friday, and Satur- Program Bryant.Chairman fur the
best line of stock and in price'ranges that all. of us can day of last week. Forum will be. Irving Mendel- c
afford. In talking with her about the trip. Gertrude Judge Purvis Is the Executive son. former New York District r lr
said that the newest color combination will be Kelly Chairman of the State Democratic Attorney, and now a nationwide
green and Navy blue. The dresses ,will be a. short as Committee front De well know Criminal' Law

they have. been or maybe a little shorter Personally; Seto Vice-chairman County and Miss" a Job MorganIs that yer. I'

think that they have been short enough and certainly abe has held for the past thlr : I
for older women. A basic black dress is. a roust, as it ty years. Fish at I I
Fry
has always been and Knitted costume suits) and street Many plans were made resolutions 1I

clothes will be very good this year .that Is if you are passed and committees Fair Grounds I
fortunate enough to have the kind of figure that can appointed during the two .
wear a close fitting knit .. and lace cocktail dresses day meeting. TIM Peace. River Sell Conservation It
District Supervisors.Agricultural It
are all the. .a&e. Gertrude also said that coats of Tweedare Workers County t

very good, as they have always been. 1 think a MarriageAnnounced Commissioners. and their families t

Tweed coat Is not only practical but very pretty, so heldfish. fry Tuesday p 1(1 1 '
l.like that. I, asked her about the new rage in bathing June 23. at SOO p.m. at the t
suits and she said that not only did she not buy any, Mr. and Mrs. William Harold County Fair' rounds.
but abe personally did not think the fad would go over, BUhop. of Barasota. are The Florida Association of

nor would anyone buy them but In the Monday this' week announcing the $oil 'Conservation District's "wecl'endl! All '. ,
morning read that men in Miami want their marriage. ot their daughter.Cherie President. Robert Morris of '
paper \
'Ann Bishop to Gary Tampa, with his family,' attended at all expense_ g, .f:
rase nriyedll:
wives to wear them. Joe Hartley, of the Joe Hartley An ar all expo Icy:::
Lowell KoUlags-arortlw son of 'at a special guest. you thw
Originals of that city, said that he had produced 000 Mr. and 1.11. *.. J. JP. llolUngv Sheriff Lloyd Holt on assist \All yoU pa y All f OT Only. :"EE IARx.a.". wra.i
bar*-bosomed creations since they were introduced nationally worth. ad'wIUI the preparation of the !1.- wee bend' 1IISREllA. 'ReEChec".ld"
two weeks ago .... and was going in for mass "The wedding vows were es- food. ';aas0 line' Friday t ., FREE CHA BEACH
production. In the same article 1 thought the story Changed in Saraaota oat Wed Plans were made to make any dinner I $ zero ;'t0S otr ISE
very funny about the middle-aged. man who ,rushed nesday. March Wth Oils occasion an annual affair. \ nd ,,,M,a.ra.. l lAcifAIfo, 4QJ rcu' i 'Prc/

Into a store, grabbed one of the suits from a shelf, and The couple' ,are currently There were more than fifty. b f dnneti110, p.m a 1) r> DlNfrR RIYATE I
bought it without \. "He said he didn't car living oo the HolUngsworth people attending" this get together. DAN : ki(
what sire It was". HartleY said "He just grabed one, grow In Pine Level.' ia servc Sundo..)' J. BEK N DI :::uHC fllrt0" ". LE nY sT .

paid for it and ran out". Now 1 wonder what the dope CheCk on E /( BERr
was going to do with it. -
the put semester, Haley was pleased to note that each :
DE CAREFUL WHAT YOU SAY IN HAWAII of his five cadets had been recognized for excellenceIn ajteT 1M-lt "au ,.,. to PaY s:otss.as. ,..d.,'
scholastic achievement and had been named to the t08 Slay h OlTtel .01 .,- .
My sister. Ruth Smith of Orlando Is on a trip around Q'
Dean's LJst. Cadet James Eo Alsobrook. Jr. son of Mr. .. .
the world. She said never say "Back in the United and Mrs. Eddie Alsobrook of Arcadia was honored for sass NeuM
BUtes. That Hawaiian are very proud of their statehood excellence In scholastic work. M !!awo t tppq :
and they're quick to correct you. You're supposed
to say "on the mainland." JAYCEES MADE CLEAN SWEEP I

Ruth also said that not only in Hawaii but in Japan. tlettMK
X am real proud of Jaycees ,
our young Aren'youf tii
India. Lebanon. Egypt and most all the other places!' r 1 1It
that she has been SHIFTS all 1 the Saturday, members worked real hard cleaning up the ism asM two'tm.
are rage as travelling .
sidewalks In the ,business section of town. For long
a
ppareL Said that they are of silk, and very" pretty. Said .+ "dt
time, the sidewalks have been tse
up-town an eyesore.and .
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that she thought that she would hato indulge 'herself *
L. for clad that has started
one. amt someone the
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in one of the colorful shifts e"athough she is a w '
bit crowded!' for space as laJlack to Hawaii did good work of deeming them up. The young men started 2 + 't.+r ea : DecrSirr,
you :
on South DeSoto Avenue at Lees .
Beauty Shop and y IA .
know that there snakes of kind the .eeId
are no island
on
any
worked' from the !t. R. on Oak to comer of Orange r I can't
w.n. that Is true afford
and Oak. They even, cleared out from under the bench' to ztoy .

CARD FROM SAN,HATEO. CALIFORNIA under the Tfr-a of Knowledge, and that was a \< ,
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looking, ntrejt
..,A card ,from Abner Erlckaon who has reached the 'They' gave,,out pitch. *,* card to each business to put A aei a' tell.tilts, ... y. t r ,oortetjereM' '
ha Hpoint." Said that they were having a wottderful (in-'their window >rewt&g' : .tVB PLEDGE TO DO OUK 1st L ea --
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,time, and the weather had been wonder fuL'They PART IN MAKING AND KEEPING ARCADIA radtt t PArr 4x,1 t 0. .. -
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left San .Mateo Thursday morning of last week for CLEAN AND BEAUTIFUL, Under the Store Manager' srR .. j
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home by way of the Grand Canyon Phoenix. El Paso, name was The DeSuto County Jaycees, June 27. 1$4-- 5 tJM -
and several other stops. Plan to arrive home soon :
But we must each remember that if we are a littatr- -
OUTSTANDING ACCORD' bug. the efforts. of the Jaycees and the merchants will :

, be In vain. The cttlsen must cooperate to make the :
.Congressman J. A. Haley has pointed with pride to work of the Jaycees not'go down the drain. : """ :

fee outstanding records his Seventh District Cadets Let's all appoint ourselves as a committee of one .....e::.................... 5bt... -- i
MY. made In the United States Air Force Academy.la to put all rubbish In the conveniently' located trash cans, ....:..........--.....:
reviewing the grades bis appointee receive' during, and we will hv. a NUTIFUL CITY indeed,

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: Anderson has1 been!* Interning News From 41 :B Reid Sunday for Charleston S. C. .. funeral and spq it
.. I In St. Petersburg. H is I
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Mr. i and, Mrs. Herbutf Waters Wet* Called\ fyfrrf' dufl' \ to couplet'' of days with his ugl

: General Practitioner and bas MRS. VERA COLLINS !Mf' oriuIts, DiVut t>urranc: and three children of Mea death of Mrs. Weeks' of'r". ... Mr. Albert Barnwell aM

opened art office in Sarasota, of 'Oneco spent Sunday. with dowIdaho left Mfcnrfuy1 morn M(.. Lavina GNnthftm. 'BavnufcUL
near SoutH Gate. The Peace River Aasea Mr. Durrance. David and Steve ing .after spending last. week tha Ann Grantham was also Mr and iI.... R. C. Williams

Miss, Gingy Brown of St.Petersburg Uonal B.T.q. officers. Tefh.ers. ?: suns of Mr\ and Mr*. UavM here with Elder and Mrs. Norman South Carolina visiting Tampa also attended Mrs.
last weekendhere .. and larders conferencewas Durrance are visiting Mr tlen- Waters and Mr. Weeks at that (J.I, mtrf'tis' funeral lank Weti-
spent held at the Baptist churchon dersun Durrance Mr. Robert Grantham '.. visiting with her parents, Elder Water spent' from .__.. ... : _._. _
June 23rd. -
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Brown. Sr. Tuesday We wish to express' our i>mpaihy Sunday until Thursday of theweek .
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert PhiV- Wednesday and spent until Gingy ls a student in Bixby Mr. J. Powell Rjrals of Tam to the bereaved family. before last teaching ,
Up-nof Columbia. S. C. are Friday with Mrs.' Sulfrldge's Business College. pa passed away last wek. He vf Mr. Cyrus: Wells ,fho died leather craft at Camp Kid COWBOYS andi GIRLS .
spending- a few days here vis- brother-in-law and family. Mr. was' a brother of Mr. II. D. here last Saturday. Aqua at High Springs I
lUng with Mr .Phillip and Mrs. Oscar Sulfridge. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Golden, Ry.... Our sympathy Is extended Mr. and Mrs Irl Boa..... Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sheridan I II Loves 0#
slater
children Sharon. Sheila and to the bereaved family Ricky Stevie and Grur.e'In, of Nocate and Miss Linda Sue J sr
Mrs. Ben Fshburne, Mr. Fish- David of Dundee, were Sun I '1.ralvlces: were held aman are spending this week Croy were in Ocala' during the
burn, and family. Airs. J. H. Hatcher of Avon. day guests of Mrs. Golden's last Friday. at Enalewood Beach. weekend r
----- Ala., left Tuesday after spending parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. Esiha: Elrworth underwent Mrs. OU Croy. l\1.c. and Mr. and Mrs. Barney. Ow:I II h
..Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mulllhan. ten days here with "her D. Eller. 'surgery at I hospital in' Mrs Leslie Collins Wanda bitt and two children of Jesup.Oa. .I JI
and: family b< Milwaukee will daughter Mrs. V. J. Pritchettand Sarasota last Thursday. She U Rev and Mrs. Jeui* Oilbreath ..% vUtted Mr' and Mrs. Herald -i I I II
arrive Sunday July 4th. far Mr. Pritchett. She went Mr. and Mrs. Odell Hatcher reported to be doing fine. Hermany and Mia Barbara Waters enjoyed Thomas fro m> Saturdayuntil i I
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inlr annual visit with his parents from her to Aubumdalr to sons Larry and Stevie of Ash- friends wish her a speedy Sunday dinner together' Monday morrung. They I I
on'South 'HillSboro Ave. visit another daughter Mrs.Ethel ford Ala. spent from Friday recovery. i 1' at the Baptist pastorium. left Monday morning to go to A +Id. ,v r ttF q
H....-to+fore, they have com B. Lawrence.Mr. until Monday morning visit Mrs. Burnetta'' More, dau,A''" Mrs Myrtle Lee Walker. of Key tVesl. ti
.la November, but both boys are ing with Mr. Hatcher's sister ter Wanda Lou. Mrs' Be slHsn. Artona visited her parents Mr. )Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thomas., : i
*'ta school now. so they have and Mrs. Vincent Brice Mrs. Vertis Pritchett and Mr. Lou Ann. Donna Fay. and Mrs W. W. Weslberry Mr. and Mrs. Curbitt and chlh1
Ito come during vacation time. and Mrs. Dashwood Hicks of Pritchett.Mr. Judy Kay and Miss Wanda Sunday evening dren were supper guests of
{Anyhow; Mr. Mullihan. Jr. enJoys Gainesville spent the weekendas Collins spent last Wednesdayat A 2C and Mrs. Randy Fu. Mr.' and Mrs. Herman Call In .
ftahing"as much as huntIng guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. and Mrs. Gilbert Smith Englewood Beach enjoying gate of Albany a.. visited fort Myers Sunday evening. '
and pUns to test the Flor- D. Dobson. children Kembr. Brooks and a days outing and swimming his sister Mrs. Glad,. Casadyand Mr. Corbitt is Mrs Thomas' nN'
ida fishing during the summer Kace, of Bradenton. spent Sun- Miss Barbara Waters of Fort family last Friday.Mr. nephew
----Mrs.. Miss Msrgie Wilson arrived day with his. mother M r .. Mead la visiting her grandmother and Mrs. Marcus Mr.__and__ Mrs._ Lynwood_. h.L_ '111
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Wednesday of last week from Grace Smith. Mrs. Jesse Gil breath' and Wayne Mark and Mr.no.Jd.1, '
C. DuBose Ausley. and Annondale. Va.. for a visit Rev. Gilbreath this week. Powell of Fort Myers were .
a. "\.. fa\lghter' ; Lorrane. arrived Sat- with her grandmother Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. W B. Miller Our sympathy is extendedto dinner' guests of Mr. and Mrs c .
"I'd.IIY''from Tallahssse for a J Dozier and other relatives. spent Sunday in Alturas. the bereaved family of J. C. Elmer Thornton Sunday. Others tiZ er rf''e
test day Visit with her parents FUfate who passed away last visiting in the .Thornton l w : ,
.. Dr. and Mrs. Gordon McSwain.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Boone. Mrs. T. A. MeEachern left Wednesday. Funeral serviceswere home recently were: Mrs. SheU Mtnl i
Ausley will Join the family and son Johnny, left Saturday Saturday for a two weeks stayin held Saturday morningat lie Huckeby and daughter of Er l .
here later in the week for for a week's trip. They went Abingdon, Va. the Baptist c urch. Rev. Gil- Tallahassee, Mrs Bcntna. Hue- :; ; KI
the Rodeo weekend and will from here to Pine Bluff Ark. breath and Rev. Clots Cannon keby.. Mrs Shirley Ilurkefey
carry his family home the first and were Joined there by Mr. Mrs. Paul O. Keyes. 2817 officiated Interment was In and children of Cleveland sod !t .
of next week Boone's daughter Miss Lu- Sunrise Blvd.. Portsmouth the Fort Ogden Cemetery. Mr and. Mrs. Gilbert. Louis
anne Boone who will returnto Ohio I left Monday morning Mr and 141''.. Behtel Keen
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Collins S.olr sr. Milk . .
r :Nr. 'and Mr*. Frank Rumkey Arcadia with them for a following a lO-day visit. herewith Wanda and Barbara Waters of Fort Myers spent Sunday. Fortified With All th Vitamins end
; accompanied by his brother summer visit. They went on to Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Keyes. spent last Saturday at Englewood with Miss Mary Stevens and
Mr .and Mrs. We. Rum- Tennessee and on in the mountains parents of her husband. Mrs. Beach as guests of Mr. Reuben Stevens.Mr y Minerals Ntcciiary for Strong BodiesDAIRY ,
..,. of FU Myers returned of North Carolina for Keyes went to Avon Park and and Mrs. Vernon Collins.Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Step
Horn late Friday night from a few days trip before returning from there to Cincinnati for Henderson Durrance returned -1 ,
Carrlbean Cruise that carried home. a few days visit. before goingon home from Michigan\| GOING PLACES.
them to Puerto Rica and the home. after visiting his sons Hubert 'TsiNusf SEND A CORSAUCIcwt. !
Virgin Islands. Mrs. E. D. Treadwell. Sr. and Joe Durraace and their )
has returned home from Tar- Dr. and Mrs.' Bob Be vis. children families for about 3 weeks. 1
Mr and Mrs. Edward Fsra- pon Springs .having spent the Linda. Hal and Dill, spent + n.t quirk r.l .t I -aU .
bee and daughter Susan who past several months in a Hospital the weekend In the nevis cot- la.ta .pt. g hesa

save recently moved to SevisYvtlle there. She feels grand tage on Lake Placid. Brown here with while hi*Mrs.mother W.T. Hen-Mrs. U l& frow Rnd _antaa..an.eaa_ _........ c PRODUCTS I t
Tenn. have spent the and is happy to be home. dry and Dr. W S. Hendry and U_,.Hi....At aU mtSVNAVCIUBAR ,
week with their daughter and Mr .and Mrs. B. L> .Bryan .c.-.. i .
son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Rupert Smith left Saturday and daughter Kimberly Kay of family were in Ft. Myers lUarh .
close to attend' the wedding Distributed BILL HIRT
OBannon of Zolfo Springs, who from Sarasota by plane Clarksburg. West Va. arrived enough By
have a new son Dave Scott, for Oscota. Mich. for a visit Sunday for a two weeks 'visit festivities In Ft. >S>*X *M< MARCADIA 225 South HllUborough ,
al lreturned to '
born June 19th. Mr. and Mrs. with her son, Major and Mrs. with Mr. Bryan's sister. Mrs. They My".1
Fafabe returned to Tennessee Richard: Smith and children.She Maxine Cox Sonny and Julie. pectiv.: homes Sunday DRUG STORES Dial\ WA 9-3722 for 'At Your Door DeliveryICTAIUSHCD .
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situ sy. They visited Mr. went to get acquaintedwith Th* Bryan's have rented cow' noun. -_ .- -_ _
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FSrabee's mother Mrs. Ethel a brand new granddaughter tage at Englewood Beach and J
Farabee while here. whom she had never seen. are spending this. week there. If04 DELUXE .
After her visit there she will They plan to return Friday Badc ck.A \
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Mf. and Mrs. Darns daughter go to Carlisle. Pa. and visit. another for the rodeo weekend. ,. (iO -. '
Angela, former Arcadian son. CoL and Mrs. Har- Julie C.. I k spending the,tint li i lsaJ 3 ROOM GROUP ; i
accompanied by Mrs. Darn..'. old Smith and Harold Jr.' En- at the beach with her. untie t fit 1ti .+
mother. Mrs. W. R. Sulfridge, route home. Mrs. Smith will and family and Mrs. Cox and (
spent last week in Florida. stop over In McLein. V., for Sonny Will commute back and .' iLi.: 'AT ONE tow PRICEs tl I

TTvey drove over to Arcadia a few days visit. with her forth at night whenever It la ..* .. -s ..titol( Uvingra.ii r I '. Y'
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friend. Mrs. Belle Keniston. convenient SectUnol' With \ \
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visit her brother Jelks Taylor. .Mr. and Mrs Harley Wat- a t
REAL ESTATE Silver Spring. Md. son returned h....* Thursdayof Foam CwthUns +- .Y TAKI UP
last week from a two weeks -
See Us For Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Avant. visit In Atlanta. Ca, with Mr. ," .: F. 'r'i I 102.

Good Buys Jr.. children Dick and Sharon. Watson's sister Mia Fannie -.; .If ,., ?i VIAMS fAYI TO. ...... '10at
have returned home from a Watson.Dr. .
,. HO U., > .....; .twotveeks'vLlt'' .with her pat r.t. j .1 f* at',,rv -
and ents. TUr.' and Mrs. W. R. Leek Wilson S. llendry of eas. ." i
I., "U'LD'HQ' SITES and son Wade. In SanSabo Gainesville. who spent a few ,, Me AU 3 ROOMS ONLY .ar
oRo1ge ... ACREAGE Ten. ... They alao visited days last week at Ft. Myers :
Mrs. Avant's slater Mrs. Eugene Beach with his wife and sons.
LEWIS AMBLER Hein*. Mr.' Heine and Neat and Hampton cam. to
family In Austin Whll in San Arcadia Saturday morning for $ .; II,
Use!***' fee SO Y.ers Sabo. the rant's attended a his father Dr. Wilson T. Hen-

Aaeeclate rodeo, sponsored by Foy Reynolds -dry of Perry and grandmother 4G8 Mi
ITUOH M. MARTIN of Bonlfay, Florida.',Tit* Mrs. Nell Brown. and tarried + ; Ics 1 1UVI
rodeo featured Florida stock. them U Ft. Myers to attend h 4 t -
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.... WA 1.1501 erson, daughters" Lisa and Pam. Maria Plxjl Boeke to Jc.ftnArthUr GROOM GROUP t 'i
have moved t4I Sarasota and Hendry. Dr Wilson T. SO DOWN S521. w..h
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I Reported ta the truck "'a"lit'" Gerald Wynn,' '220 B. Hillsbor1 err
$200 and damage to iti.1 ough Avenue, Arcadia whoI r ChapterWorthy
j. wan $250. The driver, was a passenger in the car. T y1
Trooper J. C. Prevatt of Dana Smith Jr, Rt. 4,> Belser was charged with Grand Matron of the
4.. Florida Highway Patrol Tampa was char g driving while Intoxicated and Grand Chapter of Florida O.

it been busy investigating failure to have vehicl t 1 no drivers license.: Wynn was E. 8.. Visits Peace River
. auto accidents during the control. charged with allowing an un- Chapter No. 30.
-a; week. The Arcadia Patrol .
at 5:49: BosU t i authea-lzed person to drive and
0; p.m. W. G.
Adele Robertson
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ne'f, 41, of Nocatee: los t public drunk.
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week and all were Inv M., of the Grand Chapter
: of his car and ran of t!: No estimate to the damage the Eastern
by trooper Prevatt. Florida. Order of
17 two miles south ol t' the listed.
on bridge was
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June 22 a two car : Star accompanied by
QVI Pickett suffered no I Two animals were killed by official visit
occured a half mile east made her
and damages to th I autos last week also. A horse k
intersection "" tfa Peace River Chapter No. 30
Nocatee at the ee :!
listed at $58. Th was killed 1 mile south a'41 IiC ar
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' i charged, .hfrni-wftA, ope-' Ogden by an auto bpeafcJ _y- fh guests j.
A Other distinguished present
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awn, 63:i.'P. O. Box? a motor vehicle without .it: were Mrs. Beatrice Bran
! Nocatee collided Into the drivers license and fail Oak Street.',.,:t''A*'*.\Uia, Sunday lA 1t '/' ratTj don. Mrs. Vincent Brice. and
have the vehicle under evening.
of a pick-up truck t Mrs. O. D. Dobson. Past Grand
I.tc1 by,Jfhn Wesley Roberson : Passengers' In the.,flu\ ,,\IIfre(" Matrons; Mr. Vincent Brice and
; fJ[ / Of{ Box :305 Nocatee.: O.' :B Uer17jp.;, ,! O. not Injured and dambgd ". -Mr. Or.W. Lewi, Past ..GrandFbtrofitj "
lClU( fhjtfrles' } & were reported Nocatee, was operat car was* listed at $150. No :. bias'Jonei J&eefr. Associate
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It both drivers were charged. which hit the Peace were r. Grand Conductress' Mrs. : 7 i
of the hor could ,ttai"be -i
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A Tampa man failed to Bridge Sunday night at located.: Y: M j ,' Jessie Mae Hicks. Past Grand
, Ruth and Mrs. Mae'Uartsaw..
A. cow belonging'* Leitne!
:tiIb :>u, ''I t and1 Fletcher ranch. Was killed Past Grand Esther, Sir* LauraHardee j
Grand Representativeof
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by a car operated by Corine
Kansas and Mrs. Odell Orr
First Federal in Arcadia Montgomery Ferguson 48. M Grand Representative of North -- -
General Delivery. Nocatee last 1
j e Dakota. There were also Visitor
Returning home
jr .r will be closed ALL day on July: 6 Thursday Damage evening.to !the car amountedto from Ft.Avon Myers.Park Everglades Punta Girls RETURNING State in Tallahassee HOME: : last week were Phyllis from
: Gorda.
'2: $75 and the animal was and out of state. Clement and Lew Bassler, both are DeSoto High
valued at $100 on the Patrol re in the
Mrs. Mary Sharpsteen. Mrs. School Seniors. The local girls were Capital
*n Because July 4th comes on Saturday this year when port. Passengers In the car Genelle Evans Mrs. Ruby Evens City from June 12 to 19th. Girls state is held! each

Federal Savings and Loan Associations: are closed First were not filed.Injured and no charges Caldwell. Miss Charlotte year to teach Florida girls about government. The

ft Federal in Arcadia will be lesed all day on Monday, The were accident: occured: a half Evans, and Mr. R. B. Evans two girls were sponsored again this year by the
July' 6, In order that Its of efficient initiated into the order.
Arcadian
r corps employees may mile north of Nocatee: on U.S. were American Legion Auxiliary. ( Photo)
not be deprived of the regular Fourth of July holiday. 17. Preceding the meeting a ban
quet was held at the Palm '
G negator hours will be observed on Tuesday, July 7, and House restaurant with thirty- For That Good Feeling ing hundreds of orphan chlcl .
It Is suggested that Savings Account:: owners, who have six in attendance. ren the kind of homes all tfJ I >

t not already done so. either bring In their Pass Hooks or Though, Americans tend to The chapter room was beautifully Wear A Buddy Poppy enjoy as good American*!"
1 mall them In. in order that the dividends earned to June. think of all South American decorated with palms More than 200 orphans it' vrl
3* may be posted. countries as closer neighborsthan and artificial roses. The mem- "Wear a Buddy Poppy." It erans are leading happy uro|
the Soviet Union. Wash- bers received: a very pleasant gives one that good feeling there at the present time
ington Is nearer to Moscow surprise when the Worthy which comes from a small con Another Important <\ut oj l
1 than Buenos Aires I HENRY L. DUPREE Grand Matron announced that tribution to a worthy cause." Buddy Poppy funds is the Vjl

she was appointing Mrs. Betty This appeal was voiced by W. Rehabilitation Service ttrl!
O'Pry Worthy Matron, Peace Commander Stafford Wells of ouch; which VJ.W service! oil

NOW. full size River Chapter No. 30. as Grand V.F.W. Post No. 2824 In announcing fleers assist veterans in adjutl
a Dupree CommissionedIn Representative of Manitoba to the annual sale of cation of claims for compo
become effective: as of July 2, V.F.W. Buddy Poppies which sation pension and other bt,l

1904. A Courtesy was given will be held on the streets of fits from the Veterans' Admil

Local Guard the she Worthy was presented Grand Matron a gift from and Arcadia on July 4th. Istratlon.pointed out."We' Commander. Welt

40" PUSHBUTTON UnitMajor He pointed out that one cent '
the Chapter. feel that every bye, |
from the sale of each Buddy
Following the meeting a social
V. American will want to do t iii|
the
time was enjoyed and re- Poppy goes to support
RANGE General Henry W, Mc- Florida and Is a graduate of freshments of punch and cook- F.W. National Home for Orphans part to make life easier hi'
i HI-SPEED Millan the Adjutant Generalof the Hardee County High schoolat ies served. and widows of veteransat those who gave so much. 'TMJ'!
. Florida, announced
today Wauchula. Eaton Rapids Michigan. will have that chance on Jafrj
the appointment of Henry 1.. Sixty-one candidates child village has
were This unique
if at' .UDDETi:1 Dupree as .2nd Lieutenant in commissioned following com- attained a world-wide reputation 4, when Buddy Poppies go III j

. . Price Battery A, 3rd How Iln. 118th mencement exercises and the Elks PrepareFor as an example of provide sale here In Arcadia.

:: Artillery Arcadia following exercises drew a large atten- 1
,I Iil d L graduation from the Florida dance. Congressman Robert I* Biggest
National Guard Officers Candidate F. Sikes senior member of the

School at Camp Bland Florida delegation in Congress,
Ing. June 28th. delivered the commencement Rodeo B B Q '
Dupree Is the son of Mr. and address.

Mrs. Gary A. Dupree One New and greatly enlarged I Oldtimer Mystery Picture

.' o'PUSHBUTTON CONTROLS>> facilities on the grounds of Arcadia -

..,,. to reed easy faveoch Elks Club are ready for I
c .. ....easy ,la operate MUSCULARACHESPA'NS WISH .I'D SAID the Elks Bar-B-Cue which, In This quiet young lady who is this week's mystery ,
,t for five e.ec> measured THAT the few short years of Ita existence picture, was born in old DeSotq'County near \e&-

.. _' .. ,.. h.ats 4. ... ....... ''' one of the outstanding atntoc- dren.4
..r' ,. tr She was one of a family ofelghtT
Arcadia's annual Rodeo
tions of -
1 Take PRUVO tablets wf1\n'you
fj .' alG 23" MASTER OVIN want temporary relief from Celebration on the Fourth.No She says her hobbJ
with vide opening door minor aches and pains and body doubt much of the af is "just housekeep '
stiffness often associated with TIs better to have loved fair's popularity Is attributable I ,
for holiday feasts or everyeley ing. She is a member
r four cakes. I Arthritis. Rheumatism Bursit4K and lost than never to have to Its appeal to the hearts as of
cooking! Lumbago. Backachtf and of the Church
{ an one shelf or e bio; turkey Painful Muscular ach... Losethen. filed a joint return. -Robert well Soto as the residents appetites and of De-visitors I : God of Arcadia.
County j
G. Campbell. LJtiU Pa. RecordExpress.
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heat broiler for
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even discomforts or your since all proceeds goMc .
..1ll money back. At all drug count support the fine work of the.. S Read the clues carefully '
"If the Is
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Accent FOUR CALROD SURFACE'' Arcadia. Drtioe -. a .. D.8 U the other side of the fence Crippled Children's Hospital and if you can
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UNITS..". two extra h'oh' -- -- -- you can bet the water bill Is operated In Umatilla by the guess the mystery lady

r:. / n peed for fait cookies wliS-: You CAN GET higher." -Alvin E. Erlcson.Bonducl Florida State Elks Association; r write her name and
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'I YY out flame efficiency RELIEF FROMHEADACHE (WI. ) Times. With Justifiable pride. Club yours on a postal and

plul economy Disarmament Is like a Hollywood officials point out that the new mail to THE ARCAD
ONLY party. No one wants If card is 'i
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PAIN your
FAMOUS C-I EASY-CLf accomodatlons Incorporating 4
to there until the others
get chosen will receive I
l-- $19995 PKATURIS! seen door STANBACX fives you FAST Irelttf have arrived. B. J. Dahl, features found' In few other a you three months

lifts off for link leantnj.. from palM 1 of headache. Manilla.Mwltis. Ctjrwlah" (Wash.) Independent. communities In the South assure the
".-drip. ,. ceaktea. prelect. .and minor pains' of, rthrtll: prompt service and comfortable subscription to
'_ Huufnstlsm.. Because STAN8ACK paper.
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contains. several' mtdicilfy-ai' >|rovd dining, rain or shine.
1.r1 SHOP ARCADIA FIRST and. prescribed ingredients iW 'fast appearances the early bird As always, serving of "barbecue -
fells'' ?, you can take STAN8ACK with may have been up all night.1 with all the trimmings"will FINAL CLUE
,ConfKMnca. Satisfaction' cvar.t.edI Charles Cunningham Nal-
r1 ... ... chitoches (La.) Times. start Immediately after the
She had
au1.-'AelC. four sisters, three brothers,
>. Arcadia Music Furniture Store ...-. -" -Statistic show that 9 out Rodeo Parade on the morningof
41 =":;. of every 10 persona suffering: the Fourth and continue uninterruptedly Of her own children three
t saeswaa with a virus Infection nevergo
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to a doctor-they attend She s kind and considerate t.1.others
IIt. ment of the Elks annual fireworks
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the theat.r.Kenn, Bennett
t.It 33 West Oek Strict Folk's Pfton WA 8-7281 y Grrencastle (Ind.) Putnam : display at Lake Katherine Where ever she happens to be. [

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SERVING THE HUB OF SOUTH CENTRAL FLORIDA THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia Florida, Thursday July. 2. 19G4

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PHONES WA 8-8501 OR WA a.l511 I MISCELLANEOUSFOR LEGAL NOTICE -- ----- LEGAL NOTICE


I Classified: S cents per word. Minimum charge $1.00. I __ !!. SALE I 10081."-THI fSOTO COURT COUNTY 0,TNI COUNTY FLORIDA' j LEGAL i -- --- -. SuggestedPreautions(


Display Advertising In -classified section $1.26 per I I MISCELLANEOUS: FOR SALEMen's IN all I1TATI IM Of r OSATI I NOTICES To The To.NOTKI_ ... and Property .. I

Minimum Inch. SAM. QUINN.. It 1 YNOLDS, Owners of Debate County', Florida:
I column inch. size accepted: -one women's and chil DeC._ NOTICE is hereby given that the
dren's clothes from 10 cents to TO AIL CHIOITOSS{ AND PIRfONS Board' of County' Commissioners t-f Endorsed By Officers
All classified cash with order unless Advertiser 23 cents. Also other items. HAVINO CLAIMS OR DIMANDS I DeSota County. Hondo, will hold
has establisned account with The Arcadian. AGAINST AID lfTAT1. '/N TNi CIRCUIT COURT GP .0'UD4 a meeting on luasdoy. the l I.th Goy .
I Contact Walker at Gene's Little You and each lOt You ar. Itevnby IN D of Juy. A. D. 1904. with tna County
noti/*4 end equfnd a IN CMAMCI:.NoTYIa: uo"'l As.er.f of taxes fur LieSaro Counry,
Deadline for Classified Ads, Wednesday 0.-OO: a.m. Acres 2 miles West on claim. ,. and'. ctomand. o*% cr<-:.WY or JAMIS LYNCH, PLAINT" vs, *JEAN Florida. too tne purpose ., .hsvrmg I Law enforcement officers, and endorsed the eight sugigestions ...
... .
Highway 70. of you."! may Pars compivmrs and nacre m0 toMMun. *
oowoM LYNCH, OCSENOANT TO! Sod >ean today warned motorists that made by the Peninsular -
.>'ai. o, Sam c' nn R.y."ol .. a. 10 the value ef on? property, real
in 48 words w .< e* e111 l l OAK STRfrr. VON<
Classified eight point type. Average 40 41-c Lynch -
; Cain la*, of .Cewny Eft rS NEW YORK: YOU .ARC HCRCBY jr personal, as fined by tne County double precautions: should .be, Motor Club. The eight rules
Inch. JIM, ** Ossd. Jiles Aisi,sior oI._.. on ma .9. "
I per Ida, ) ft CoWitf, NOt1PILO that camptamf tar dfvorce Roll 4. ArNtm.nf I observed fd: "safe and aane are:
/ rtM ffice or
a perfectina.
m th > tevismg
FOR SALE courr M>WM has aon against in
Box number charge 25 cents extra. If replies to _. taid County at .Arcadia, mtaa. the obove styld: =, and YOU yaw ARE. : and equolKmo tan asw nienr Sj motoring over the July 4th. ,
within tin cKode. und said Board Allow
(1)
calendar month free* the HEftlSY HQTifltD ANO COMMANDID 1 1I will continue weekend. plenty of time
be mailed 50 cents. time et thefirn publication. of thi I 'In session for mot. purpose from day
CARPETS and life too can be notice). Te eapie of each claim. M'* I or before to mafca AUGUST your answer IJtrt 144 herein ta the on to day o.* lung a. may" Da> nvcessaty ,I Chief of Police Carroll Crews for the trip. Leave early and :;',

I Card of Thanks charged at classified rates. beautiful if you use Blue tate demand tho shall place be of in rawdenca.,lfl_. and fHoil Complaint aoamsf. you. Within sold assnement ta camp_rait tna'. equalisation. ef said said his department would cooperate stop early (or the night. You

Lustre. Rent electric shampoeer oftica: add,... .af tna claiman- and*. post and your time you answer shall an also HUGH servo a GILBERTJONES. copy of BOARD. Of COUNTYCUMMlSilONtHi. with county and state" will avoid traffic and unnecessary -
I hall" be warn ta try the claimant OeSoto County I fatigue.. -
".00. Arcadia Music-Furniture h.. aoent, or attorney and ATTORNEY FOft SAID PLAINTIFF. rioriovjHjroid officers In controlling traffic
panied accom AOOKESSiO TO HIM AT IO 'L>. Garner. ........
Store. by a filing fee of ana dol I Wpl I Magnolia Street, Arcadia Florida .
On
(2)
long
REAL ESTATE By W.
hhnd uch claim or demand not Matryd Tyrea' expressway
FOR RENT ; or neglect doing
--- cor'wr'onLdfad: !Secretory A
JOHNIAIt void as : Accountant to trips, atop at designated rest
FOR SALE USED AUTO PARTS Generators VINS!ftCVNOLDS I: DECREE you 82'IN said Board Free Chest ._
... administrator af tha state I PRO CONMSSO WILL .. (StHtl, i Xr Ray areas every 100 miles or so fora
TEAED AGAINST
starters'', til... ... *... of Sam Qumn YOU HEREIN A..DI July, ,
FOR RENT-Furnished apart- Reynolds THIS SUIT WILL BE MATURED INTO 2-9. 1964 stretch and a coffee,break.
/ ment. Three rooms' and bath o engines transmissions. Save on Lewis I.deceased Purvi A FINAL OCCREf WITHOUT FURTH 'N-THE Big Success HereThe
COUNTY
FOR SALE Modern 3 bedroom auto parts. Also used cars and Attorney for I ER NOTICE TO YOU. JUDGES' COURT 'IN (3) Avoid drinking whUe
Arlminlsfrator
tat floor. Nice location. Inquire WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL AHO FOR O.SOTO COUNTY, .CHLIDA I
I house, carport shad 202 S. Hillsborough Avenue.. trucks. BOND USJJD AUTO "..... 'IS. 25. July' 2. 9. I9o I SEAL this the 29tr\ day of Juna, A.D. IN. F-ROSATE. i' tree Chest X-Rays sponsored driving.
Notice FIHne ..
1964, finel a *
and fruit tre a. Large aorn.rlot. 39-tfc PARTS, 1 mile South of Arcadia N"i' COURT OP TMF COUNTY LESLIE C. AVANT. Clerk ..d) AppUeaNoa.. far _...... recently in DeSoto County 1
Will consider 23' to 30' on U.s. 17. Phone WA JUO6L" 0ISOTO COUNTY fieajpA Circuit, C-: ,. DeSoto County. I NOTICE is ......,... given' la all by the State Board of (4)) Familiarize yourself
IM FSOSATI 'Iorlda.SIALIII" I .persons that final report and with the
applica Health The DeSoto traffic regulations of
County
trailer as part payment. Behind S-438U IM Sit If TATS Of ( ) Iron for discharge. .. as Admmotratrm, I
Drownvlile Church. FOR RENT -. Duplex, 2 bed. 30-tfc HAfcDV' ARVIN MOBLIY I .ALPHA ENTZMINGER : ot tha "tstote ot LAVINIA" S. STOFFEL o Health Department and the the area you plan to visit rand
rooms. Newly painted, walkIng Oee- Dvputy Clerk. deceased, ,have been filed/ by.... local unit of the Mld-State obey them.
39 TO ALL AND
8. 40. 41-p CBIOITOS.S 'PllSONS
C"'SSlfIID DISPLAY HUGH GILBERT JONES unuersigrMid m the ooova siylad Court,
distance) to schools. Adults HAYING CLAIMS'' OS DtMAMM I 10 West Maanalia 5'. and tout on ire 2Sth day of Jun., Tuberculosis and relplratoryI
or with 1 child. Phone WA 9- AGAINST SAID ISTATCI Arcadia. Florida IV44/ application will' be made to I Disease Association: Inc.: ((5) Enjoy the scenery but
FOR BALK ADMINISTRATOR "TKACTO TIBSSSTAMOASO Vow and eocn af tne County proved
Judge's Court
yew ara Hereby of D.Soloounty do not
SALE 1521 leaner S p-m. for appoint w. .... .... ____ ev.r. .. .itlfied and required ta prent any C Florida, for approval or said very successfuL! In all 3,919 neglect your driving. It
Furnlsh.dm ..._ PROCLAMATION ... Is
claim a full-time
and I
wnlctt uno tor final job.
modern 2 bedroom home ideal ent. ...... 1sS.e iY. prLN a. Nee ..,.... of you may nova aoairot yet trie or WHEREAS: The annual sola. of Buddy. ...... by, law.Uated discharga os pro- persons over 18 years of sge ((8) Treat
1 1 4 blocks South of 40, 41-c -- euaie of Hardy, Marvin '"'- Piooies by the Veterans of Poison this 2Srr day of June 1944. took advantage of these free your car to a -
: I .... C_. late of been. officially recoonixed and mechanical
f yCourt 'WV sod County ta the en r> Eml&E STOFFEL PAGIA. Chest while check-up before
House, for sale. It faces County Jwda .. OeSote County: bee nofficially racoamiad: and endors- Administratrix af IMf X-Rays the mobile
FOR RENT 2 Bedroom cottage OIL COMfAMVrniL .Ir9.1, Florida, at. nt by the ./Nd.rrf X- you leave!;
nflc. m the court of the United of LAVANIA S. STOF. Ray unit was touring our
on Palmetto Str..t. Quick Action at Englewood lieach. AMotasoM, ..... ........ af Mid County at Arcadia Statss end tie Veterans Admirustration E Doc....... ((1) Drive) at a speed con- .*
d..lred. Mike rooser Administrator 10 .. lomJa wirnm, .,IM ,, ,I ; and Juna county.
11- 4. I'. calendar non > a. Ju.ylo21, 1964 ,
slstent
I I. with
B01 N. Lee Ave $40.OO) per week. Contact J. D. from .... ftme 'af ttte tmt tvublkation WHtMtAS: The proceeds af this -- July 31st. thru August 11th. road and weather ,,.
...,. ,
af rl 1N.. Two .. worthy fund-roMino
conditions
I ----- -- cop ot areuMd rt-gardless of
oue, Arcadia Fla. Jones, fit 3, box 588 or phone CLADS.IlD. DisetAY each c....... or Oemond Shell, ba ... I'i enclwsivehfar' tha bb afeft 1962 was the last previous appearance the /I-
ai-tfe WA 8-2187 after B p.m. wruina. and tnoll laM the eloce ef disabled. and nsedy veterans.t.J:: Bells Of Peace of the State Board of posted speed limit.

) -- ._- -- I 39, 40, 41pFOR IXI'I"T "API HANGING.. I rewtlence.... claimant and, and Del enaH office be oddly sworn cf to !I'M veterans widows; endWHEHEAS and. orphans of deceased. To Ring Again Health's Mobile Unit taking ((8) Treat other motorists lu

.AND PAINTINQ by, the claimant r... a sent or attar-!I I : The basic purpose af free chest X-Rays here In De. with courtesy: and considers-: .
Id pre/.weal >eda trerk. luet ...y and accompanied Ly the annual sola sf Buddy This SaturdayFor "
CLASSIMID DISPLAY a IIMMJ fee Poppias by tlon.
RENZ'r Duplex furnished drop J Revw.5; kaen of o ........ Soto County. At that
a card ta one dollar and uch claim or de the V. of '''.'9" Wars I. eloquently time 4.-
..1 or unfurnished apt. Also or Mrs C. 11....... HI. I. Waucnwla mood not en filed doll ...- --. reflected m the desks ta 34S persona over the of 18
JOHN PARKERREALTOR' or call Pa A-4SO3 or *N I Mobert L SuMvnerall I.. Honor The Dead By Hetpmo Tha several years, the "Bells age
efficiency by week or month. ;2-4173. w. da here (Meal L and. A. odminlcirater. of ,... fttate L.....rp' therefore, of Peace" program, originatedby years took advantage of the
I I, Private bath, entrance. Close n. --.. far -Loa.. S.9UCVOR of _Hardy. Marvin" Motolay '0'I.I I.Arcadio P. P. ,Speer.do nreby Mayer of tha City Schulmerlch, has been put free Chest X.Ra,... The resolved mind has no
recoonixa Its care*.
In.i 001 N. Monroe. St. Phone David Co Holloman patriotic merits af this cause by urg In motion for the ringing of The officers: of the sponsoring
HOMES GROVES WA 8733.. Attorney for Administrator. ing the cltuens of this community la
: bells and organizations' were
-- - -- P. O So IOJ contrihuf. generously ta its carillons throughoutthe
I RANCHES 38, 39, 40, 41-p HALE: 1.2 and 3 bedroom Arcadia. HorxlJuna through ttw purchase af Buddy support Pop world as an expression of highly pleased with the number In a study by Eugene Gilbert
IS I :23. July 2. $ ples, on tha day
9. 14 1964 set aside far the of & Co. the
Wrap trailers. $:ltv' and up. .f>tnhution of these. symbol. of ..... peace and freedom. persons taking advantage newspaper was
East Oak and Nerth DsSeteArcadia FOR RENT Newly decorated New Mar w..d rued to choose INTttI 'OtlOTO COUNTY "CIBCOIT: I.city .In ISIS [..,.. I urge all patriotic This your the National of these X-Rays and take shown to be a big Influence on

Ph. WA l-Mll 3 room furnished apartment from. Best oti.r for your trade COURT. TWILrTH Of fLOBlOA JUDICIAL ClSCUir mute citirens evidence. .ta wear sf a our Buddy gratitude Poppy a ta* American Legion took txecuUve" : this opportunity' of expressing the living and spending habits

for rent. Adults only IN HIi DISSOLUTION Of DtSOTO the men of Mil country who Kava their thanks and appreciationto of teenagers. 1
in. Barkleys Mobile Koines.Highway risked. ...... 10.... action In their Resolution
COUUfy HAV m detunse of 1t
._ $23 OO per month Phone WA UHltMS. O) titw all the volunteer worker.
--- ---- ;: 17 N. Phone PH 23241 freedoms which we continue to arv 14. for observance on July 4th t
9-1201. TO Air "BjlVtrWTSffinitft; / lay as .Amencnn c,"._. from the
REPOSSESSED: : HOUSE FOR : Wauchuls, Fla. SUN HAVING. /CLAIMS Oft DIMANUS PER (Signed) 01 each year for "Hells of Junior Womens Club. ERA1
SALE 3 bedroom house 32 Uc 29tfcFOR ACAINir' SAID NUM-PHOflT COH- P P SPff" Maya nmcrlcari Ringing For Free Senior Womens Club, Home

with green-house. $flO down, h ___.__ "POHTAIION. Alt...: MARGARIT. WAY dom" Demonstration Clubs and

$00 monthly. U. 8. Finance( FOR REnT Duplex 930 SALE Usee. a.. ..."... notifiad You, and flop. each a petition of. you for ore dneolu-.herby. Jury 2. 1 *4AUTHOaiTT In Arcadia. First Federal VFW Auxiliary. who so graciously O4 SaIU l

I Jacksonville. Fla. Call collect, Gloria Ave.. Arcadia. $43.OO In Good Condition. DeSotoQss .you..... ha are been h..... m rril,. cauea and Savings and Loan will play. 'assisted. In this very 1

Phil made :330-2241.I per month. NB 9-3380 Punta Company.. Phone WAInut claim* and reavired axmund*ta which paanl you any or C'.Yllle. na M.POBAT. their recording of "Dells of worth while project.

3D, 4ChCLAStimo ., Uorda or Quessla Fierce. Highway .-nOI, 32tfeCLAtsmia either COUNTY of you' may MAT heeq.1..1 DRIERS De4OTO D.SSOLtrTtON'N Peace" joining, In the nationwide /
a nonprofit
17. Route 1, flux ale carporatlun, and ta til.* samem TNI HAMS. AND .Y TN( service which will be
DlS.LA- Punta Oorda. Florida. thto cauio In .... office ef the. O* TH( ITATI OFFLOSIOA r r..r
DISfLATQRAVILV Clerk af tne Circuit UeSolo { held for four minutes at 1 p.m.
( 41, 42, 43, 44-p ty. Florida. en C--' : trie TO ALL TO WHOM" TM -'. FOR SALE -- *.h day at Ju.v. i *4. ottierwise the SHALL COMC, ttAiETINOS and freedom. One of the Americana
Mack
Whereoet of First
putitian heretator. filed Federal
\ 4 a.fre.ee.t1N I FOR IUHTJlou.: .. completly .. / ... 0'-.... in thia COUMwill 2 N. PARKER. !. AR ADIA. FLORIDA. all bells will simulate the
...., eat tetoeel N M lere i ilet .s RIDINGMOWIRS DoIo ... 7.. S PARKER, AR ..l'D"'LoqID. urges churches and pubUc
.. ..
furnished. Arcoda A
Adults a' this 19" carillon In
Independence
\ .. Yw.-. only Hall 1
m I. e H I I A. .
_JSS t afISCAU J..... 1964. PARKER .iliA ADIA FLORIDA buildings that have bells to
-. .d .' .1.1 ..... -. No Ty *, A tone of the
-.1__ Pets. WA $-78011 Iw ale. a.a/a a.-- ( PARKER AA ADIA FLORIOA' Liberty Bell which
.... join them !in this
time
ht Beei schedule
'- -_, e \ .. H. H PARKER
LESLIE I. ARCADIA. fLO
( 33tfeI The Grsvsly' CSn "*" dkt on tha 14th
synchronize with
Cw.k' at tha Orcwitiita .. A. the
... psoal SSAStNTOH ua-Jlae. C be"c.f: J"J ..national -
t IfIS
CALL -=.----- .. nun causa to undor deterioration of this revered -
.- *\w. uAtt. GROUNDS Oe. LilTNU LIITNCH ,'. llwwy the hi.s thaState of Flrrida; PARtUR program., Ringing the NOW :
EQUIPMENT bell.
..,.. ..... ._ n.'.'_'" I FOR HINTPurnbM4'aka. ..- .y kurwle* Le.._ S.. S SMOTHERS 0 eo.para.os' *. Bells for Peace has become anN '
I. ......ts. Private' b.1f9i..Coltjl.| 1 Affornev. tor '...bo.Yr >"rlncirbni' n/-.. of bw ine at annual The local American; Legion
r>. O. So. J4* DIA.' DESOTO COUNTYs.. event In Arcadia.
Ii "OIiL. -:: I only, I blocks from downtown. I _. .-.... ... Arcadia riarida. of Floridav, and whereas such coma Slo oAgain this year Schulmerlch: Is expected to participate In 11 RACES
I1Y OWNEfl .
All utilities furnished. $3O per June, 25. July 2. l I' 4NOTKI 1.00 dod n II. iatn dov N .__, the cty-wide and nationalevent. .
House, cumpletely furnished! month. Phone WA S-4793 or FOR SALE Hunter wheel A iffice D. 1944.of causa .<. bo filed In err will install their "Americana"N Mr. Mack aids EACH NIGHT :
--- the Secretary of
I on largo lot: wen landscup) : WA 92331.; 24-tfe balancing mac( lac. Johnllesm Of A.PIICATtON ;ne> Stata af Florida, tha ducumentory State as the "Voice. 'of peace, liberty
.0. -- -- 8:10 P. M.,
-
ed. Located In oi e of best wheel! alignment machine TAX OtIO nuthoritv reaulrad: undvr Section eO.: -

sections. town. >4or details. FOR RENT New ."aUa"'e UuMt, Motor and trailer .ALVIN MOTICt iCOTT II HIHIOT Holder. of CIVM tha. ,fellow That,S Jf., Florida...... s. Statutes such ta.oaorwn, showing tl.. diosofut CLASSIFIED. >> DIS.LAYiOHNS.ON'S (Closed Sunday)
_.....
How. _
cull WA. 8-7801. C-2 wrecker onO ton truck. me described ta.< vale. ) cerfiticoree Seeraery If/
V.eant apartments. Down hw filed = ': fW.M eerfdy b /nen.. MATINEES '
Electric' 'mlmrogrsph machine tame m my "c., lore iiisil ::t
40tfc Mal I ;
.
L so10h.d
plies s'
town. Summer ... Air condllioned.
tsl All Items are In A-1 condition .ppKM.na 1Le.l.. 1.-: cMlrfKONs d..d In beturd ::: Iao.L. n.eriOf Ire low ....... ...... TREE SERVICETrees 2:00P4 M.
Deaoto SOl c .
apartments :
T FHANK boot. Ire MIow.G preo WI Mme 0n'0'N. 1YITNISI. .
WANTED TQ" RENT ": 81>z: CLINC TRACTORSERVICE. :l4' 'Wf1RfOI, trees
W. Oak St. 24-tfe County of DeSoto, St.,. f ... Detnossed Removed ':
well behaved Overcrowdedkids IMwH' .va.ertmro Mf ard ..... .ewe Feeding WEDNESDAY..:. (
i :: aatfc Certificate" ..... it. Issued"Wia lith! offmed S,... of) tha'lor.Great.... Seat .1550 Trees Trimmed Tree Surgery Cabling ..
ne yllarfe house to rent I -- day af Me,. AD. l.O.cavws. : Lafs7S, at TuMahassea.day qnd ;
for thtlr FOR RKNT Cottage fir' rent t ?. and ff. Stock S, PAULINA. MAN- IM Cnafel. MM1e *........ r
themselves awI., par. CM ................. ./ Jw A O. IVeT Firewood "
+ ents. Pleas call 'WA t4831.FtttKNT all utilities furnished Call I o VtV4 of MV\. O.Qi1bfi' utodnrnion fey nf of .. TOM ADAM>i. Secretory ef StataIN Licensed and Insured SATURDAYSPECIAL i'' tX54
The : ftEAl.
3.12 Florida ,
acre State wofM
1 WA 1501 ofUr flv. call WA UV. ./
'JiS" 40. 41. U. 43-c Exhibit S-'T... p6 S. E. D. TIADwILa. JR.r .
Sana. 3
site at the New York 4 ses ment of the
-- e-7tt. I)
1sAIl ALL
2. 1964 WORK
::. 1 bein funnlshed ; : 38tfc World's Fair' ((UH4'U) required sod tieateM, pr:vorty. =-1ft Ifs M.wd. ..,.tare.1 TMf ClBCUlf' /_COUST Of TMI GUARANTEED ....

hou... $48.DO lxd" more than 90d pilings ranging W... MiMkerSertificata 'Pew. M,. --cI ft,; tTATt es ftooioA IM .105IOAa Serving Central Florida ,

month. Also New C113 I !- In lengthfrom SO to 90 sMay.. A.6 196 OtSOTtr IN CMAN:.1SV* Route 1. Box 903: Arcadia Phone 'WA. .ua MATINEE '

coma.Jiouse furnished $63.M>. FOR KENT 1 house trailer feet to establish 'firm foundations .ef....Canal c_...af. Al Stock thatr S, art'iiTfl O. M ilmkar-s. .wh NOTKf TO S(.IMO Me 1S.le4 TIME PAYMENT: PLAN FRKC: ESTIMATaTeT..JACOBS .
VKX.IT I
Contact Walker at Gene's Lit furnished. Utilities also furIshed. for buUdtfcca: on the bank fc SuhiSivisinn. bomy a sutodivtsmn.) of AOeON HAMMOCK.IAN' HAMMOCK OlftNOANT VI WILl TO It FRIDAY
We i SW ..
1 tie Acre 2 mllfs West. /on $43.00 per month of Meadow, Lake.FOR I J4. Tewtvtuo: )7: S. Manoo tWVh of Se Srctton I. Thaoswessmertt 1 ASAS.twd WILL ALASAAtA It AOMOM. HAMMOCK 1 of - -" -- M.

Highway 70. and 1 Trailer with sleeping ------ of tha .sai t prusiai ty nutifie'd' mat Complain=: Vou for ara divorce herotoy [ ,2:00 P. ...
=
4\ .4t.te I said st i 4 and .
:. usrUrs> only"" for one or ta two NM' narms ef 4> O. Thompson -., Me* custody eealnst you af tr ch.Mren* MreuN fia*-'C Hev ,
p.r.on$7.00' per week. Contact Certificate .No.9; tesusd rha 1S f rinrida MV and.ter OeSoeo Counrv t -r* '
Walker at Gene's Little SALE rtoy of May.A Vl A. D Sass anil; caveV:: ?tandn, VOM a-e I.oyyt.at.v/r.d aryj JULY: 4 : M
WANTEDPERMANENT WV'.ef N : et S e t n 13, T, .
Acres 2 miles West on highway ..> f ..... 39 '. ,R_ 14 .. tKa iew<..1ea> a. .a-.... AUGUST '1m'A' li MATINEESponsored
1 ton 200O -' Of .a.r/Y und r //s. l*.. f- Ina CI.W --
7O. pounds e0e.ryew
send certificatettw .
a. M W.h.a ..
.: a,5 -- w Men w srvo '
W'J.T n..5 A.wa ,. FMnssa.I1 .
HELP 40, 41HUP '- rrAan ...J; h; by ''I
.
KD I additions! waitresses sbanid S4Mds .., c't' 1ta .
''' PLAINTIFF .. .A1 .
: C.US'\ID TO MIM' T
: ; EGYPT
needed. Experience: necessary espy dyne.' '' ... wN : = 14 Writ MooOTin Strset. ARCADIA -
So IlsgSM Iud*. oi 1.r. C_ f -
WANTED FtORiOAOTHIRWISE 6CCetv PRfJ
A
Apply Mr. McSheeksn, Pine CallJohn SM.-. Ors .w Mw ._ 1ft cONFfsv) WILL ENTERED TEMPLE ; I
r tnt DrlveIu.CLASSItllO. I Sri month a I Aa.N 19'.. -.... .r AGAINST VOU (RII'I..... Hus suit
rN dry O* Awaust l 1C1. SHRINEA
Ie FEMALE HELP WANTED ParkerWA Datad ltM.lt thM/ rfh auy .f Jwxc 1..... .---be..-. -- w.nretIf e.aselvad.- ,e/N awe :_
MUldleagetl to C.oa9 S.. 2-9-'J.J.' 1944
Clerli
woman care EN
e nc-tices ta
e4PtAY. fur' elderly woman, live la. 8-5431 Cwt) Count*, ......... Wit ill MY t':1'IO ANO OfflClAl (ft COnfDlTIONs-0' i"
Circuit .. .... 39Itof LAND CLEARING
Call NK 9-1389. s- StA4Lh.\ Jon A.OCacurt port COMFORT

39, 40, 41-e -.l J ,.,.., 2..I..U. ,.... (v"-J I Y"4 and DITCHING f<* : .I/ .

:. tnt.N (. AVAHT. -
5 Acre Tracts --- -- ----- Court. D> .*. C..r. COMPANY'M SARASOTA:
IAVK OPENINO I L.
For twe ... eMPHA a- I

j $ Mile VVse of A....... Jest. (2)) men or women to service D._.f""MJONt1 NTtMINON lifl.l.IHr/INO.,: HEAVY DISCING and FlLtu KENNEL CLUB
NUCM CILS
.ff SR rol 'Lew PrUs ef $IM Fuller Urush customers laDeSoto .e __ ,.. w.. ...... ..,,-.,. AaCAOA.WA .etw
-e U.a.
4'10'
County. Florida. Dealers .- .... JIM MVCrt' Pea's
I per A.r. with malt) dawn now making $$0 and better. A.M ": WA.J.11 .P.d.al.e Read
1964
7"'.."" .ssell.."< terms en every wk.or s>-wUNI.,.. _

......... write P. O. $.* 104. BaraevUor

Phone 914-1422. 99 acres on Highway.

Turner Realty Co. Jt-Ue Suitable for Citrus or Custom Mad

1. N. sue****" Av.. HELP WANTED Working Co",.. $250.00 t

WA 9>$..t -
.. honey house manager. Contact per acre. .

I Robert W. Suow W A I- -
1310. RANCHES "
-- --- -- -
4e-p .-.
CLASMIH0 O.IetAT ....

SOMKWHCRK THERE IS A 12 a c t4f> on pavedroad. __ DRAPERIESTopQuality
LIPPINCOTTELECTRIC
MAN ." hi |+atturs and I \ ..*>

Who wants ta>> snake LOBO fencad 4i. three ttdes. z

per year and mote working' I' Work T
a... P1... e..6 with growers' In this area. This 350.00 per acre. f i 1p

.a 4N.1w man ts probably married swber. ROOS9101\le:\ Prices / ': i U wo liVin

I &ejUa.. lel eV C* imersUICeetaet .Io honest And 1 Is wUlinc ''ta .".. HOMES ___ ..11IIalunchlliox

o : work hard. He may be farm!**: ,I* i4 4 --- Free Estimates -
Ary Cl...li>ee... CleetHela. himself. For sucn J -
P __ era ......rw. a man we 1 bedroom, ko r.. 'vtth In Your HomeDRAPERY .. -
.w a.ewM H..tr can offer a rarser with the tarejest I t ". 11e"6H .,.M..SBse
and eUW.t company' to 'Its i carport; Good locor* P / WNe fIIr'KfIt+ .
,...... We will train .hint( and gatedMN
1 Ion. Near sc......., J : t..1d.ras.e1..... t. rFT
give him .nc..*.*.. Hckta toall 1\\ MLA BNr .. .
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ARCADIA LIVESTOCK MARKET ..
:. # s :' t 'f01' lwhtcq"lif' ti't.FOcd' ti cHIi 1eh'ed. t
ihnls tw r 'tis f v: pay wu ecgardl !
., ttw It lfi'' P,,- '3';,': nail, Lit.tt(1wanl '
: pttttg.. i i'tJ' 1$0 i' .;.b' nvinber(! f.ila \.lof
Livestock RepoSFWTtUkjiji ,I! 0 tt1P st 10t ;tiiil.' \' tn-n st: ,UIJn"l\ it.t$ 1I'.t..J.bald > fi,id M.to* orders .I.Irl

;1.I.. U 'l .Ttttl.--.n ,- 111 iiiWf (..an\\ take the 'urre"t action on DIxon suggests you see Bertaiptblt I I
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} Dsl,,. f waiver Ctoe. ynyr Veol ran County '
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41 tl '1- ... the'F 1 l pn 'n1eo Vet"flln1, be elir .Serv.I'A',Officer. s*,write P.O. I
at t 'rtml'lIt ot .tlt::
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.: 'i"-\ eel o waIve h'u cttit. tbef ht"l1r'1! )' t. 'r.burlt..Fla.. !
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.. f : Veterlld. Aff.CIb-. ., announced for the entire Dt rMIt1f! '.l''" you have any Questions. t

Steers that ----.----
Ughter Stocker Steers today pension compcnsa- '

jty, $15.50 to $16.00 Good! $1525 to $17.25 d i ton or retirement pay cannot
r rased.s be paid to a veteran on account I
Med 13.25 to 16.25 ODD FELLOWSBcirB.waCii
[tighter IleiferaJty I Ir I of his own military service
$14.50 Com 12.00 to 14.00 I II for any period for which o

Inf 10.00 to 1250ughter r he received, active service pay.however. !II

It Cows. Dixon points out s
Stocker Hcifera that reservists may waive pension r
L'ty $13.00 to $15.75 compensation or retircoent -

Cut 12.00 to 13.75 Good $18.00 tier 1AI pay bar any period uf '
Med 14.000 17.00 training for which active" service RIBS WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS
|Can 10.25 to 11.25 ,
mow i la paid.
Com 12.75 to 15.00 pay "
In computing the period ot JULY 4th
Bulls '
ughter Inf 11.25 to 12.00Stocker
n rP,, time for which C'Un'p".wtiunmUlt .
JUty $15.00 to$17.50 ot *..p. be waived Dixon says' It

|Cut 13.00 to $14.00 Cows is nccessury: tu Include!! any SERVING FROM 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m; .

10.00 Com 12.75 to S, 14.75 author time for which: sen
Can. ODD
FELLOWS HALL HIGHWAY 17
Inf 10.00 to 12.75 vice pay and allowances erapaid. on

Therefore, it a reservist
Calves
laughter v I SOUTH OF RODEO GROUNDS
Bulla Is ordered tu active duty fur
I Good $17.75 to $19.00.Stocker training for a si>ecifled number .
Med to
$13.00 $1725
Stdn 13.50 to 18.00 of days. and the order Donation $1.50 .

Uty12.00 to 16.00 Com 10.50 to 13.00 STATE PRESIDENT VISITS- leader was. left. Irs. Nina S. Mines authurtced travel time, but do .' 7

Stocker Calves Harry J. Vordermeier, second from Fifth District Vice president of FAU.Ixjcnl not specify the number of daysallowed.
Vealers It will be "nccriuuryto .
laughter left. state president Florida Association officials are WnrlE'Vh ictdt.'n.
Good the number of days
to $20.75 verity
Good: $18.75 to $20.00 $19.00 of Realtors made .otn,official vi i.lt J. I 14. HoJJintrjworth. Jr., and Robert WELCOME

Stdn 16.00 to 18.50 Med 16. .5 to 1925 to the DeSoto County Chapter list like. (Arcadian: Photo) ,

tlty 15.50 Com' 13.00to 16.25 -Tuesday. Another visitinjr state Social Security To The r
Inf to 12.75 !\\
10.00 RoD\\
hold a MMion on "Yot Can Hours Stated 36thANNUAL 1

Raise Peaches Profitably in
Calves 100-250
Stocker
Area Realtors AskedTo Applicant Interested In filing
Florida and the 1111'1.1It' t"1II I .
.. Good $18.75 to $22.00 for social security maycoiiUtt
Estate Commission. will have .
20.90 a social security agent .
Med 15.25 to
on hand, its general counsel ut (the Arcudla County courthouse -
Com 13.50 to 19.00 on the following dales: r
Benjamin T. Shumuit ui Winter
Inf 10.00 to 14.50 State ConventionMembers Park. to consult with Realtors July Tin and 3Ut. 0 am. 1l 1 i
until' noun; August t 4th and
31 head, of cattle and calves in the offering. Slaughter and their .iiKiii, ,,,'ii about\ Itttfc) plumber; 1st, I lath and +l 1t
the state
real estate license
of the DcSotoCounty lnlTi Reach chairman of the 21I h.
teeis and heifers scarce. cows steady to .50 higher,
Florida IiwUuUiTii-nl Lund Sales law.No Applications may bo filed as Is Controlled
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Board of Realtors are
ulls> : steady to .50 higher, and calves .50 to 1.00 lower registration twill be early us the third month bee Quality
Invited to participate In a statewide Hoard will rtuort un the pru- charged' local board member to -
ttoclcer steers steady, heifers steady to .50 higher, cows furs the month In which retlremrnt -
meeting ut Clearwater grcwi and prubl,',,,,. of his aReny attend the Clearwater meeting rewchrtl. To THIS MANS
teudy and calves' .50 to 1.00 lower. 60 percent of the J. one la w.
according to Vance
> July 9-11. it was announcedby at a July 10 dinner furJh..ltoft. Harry wave. tIlU"1\ applicant .. PVROFAX" Is '0'
fferng was Stocker 10 percent wag cows and 76 perent' WorleyV Hoard !. AsiuMlates. oral wivea.Michel meter Furl tatuOvriUle, 1"hl..nt ..- idiould have a social security' nTn4'a s
<>f the V.3UU member from the finest,
01'anlsatlon. -
of the cows was slaughter. p id.nWhitld.n tiUu serves C. Knunuiiuel.; Tampa card' evklenc *>f age reeord of .
surest part natural
on the state Realtor standard attorney will talk to a ...I .- << \ of the putt year's earnings andn tl1 .. r r .. refinery. gas.Impurities. orMade .
t form committee. men' group that afternoon tin returd of present year's earn
Severn. hundred Ileultors HAl tUtul: Aspects of the I Ings.i > removed which J
News their salesmen, unit their wives New Tan Law*' Three Students r tor 11 might Interfere with your

From OnaMRS. will be on hand for the quarterly Wives of delegates will be Shrinks Hemorrhoids 1, fe appliance operation. t.
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meeting of the Florida. feted at a hotel patiobrunch" Attend InstitutePhyllis t Dried remove moisture

Association of Realtors. thk> Saturday morning by the host I Without Surgery e r t
t 1'rty.ur. tested to
MARRY MURPHY ter Linda Kay have been visiting local Board president rex>rtod. Clearwater-Lariio Hoard. of Clement. Joel Cor ley. 4'J Uniformity.to. assure f
Mrs. Zelrna Rainey this More than 50 professional bus- lI altur.. A Wunu',,'. Council and Calvin Ck u"e. ut D.Si,to Stops Itch-Relieves Pain t
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fleming iness and educational events luncheon that day will be addressed County High school attended .. .. l e Safely, dwelled: lo meet t
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time M'! "" > "<
limes Sunday were his sisters weeK. Mrs. Rainey. gave a party are'scheduled for the thren-day by U,.. Clayton, C. Curtis a Yearbook section: of the a.r...tk...>...1.Ant.' ..M....( "'" ,,,. a.. .II regulations. 1
and weiner roast for Linda session at the downtown Jack of the University uf Florida Sbth Aunual High School .......1.. billly' t. ....1... k._r4 And finally, put Into rigidly' tested steel
Mrs. Ruby; Casey of Rome, .. ... WHIM" cylinder to
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Kay last week. Those attending Tar Hotel. real estate faculty. Journalism, Institute on the .w. U alur ..... ...kil.. ba delivered" right to your horn. I
Mar
can
Ga., Mr and Mrs. A. P. were Jackie. Judy; Glenda Three outstanding guest Beginning with a house University uf Florida. campus I ..rs.ry...U, ......,". ..I.. ..."., r.ls.-
low' of Orlando and Mrs. Lucille and Vicky Murphy and Mr.*. speaker will address the meet- trade-In program on Thursdayafternoon. last week.The I ties ,..........) Wk. pta ....... RESULT: The Most Dependable Bottled Gas v

Wheeler of Appoka.Mr. Jack Murphy' Milton and Debbie inc. James; J. Sputa an officerof July 0, the Realtors' Institute Is comUicted: by r .as....h.s". Slat..at.n_".-,.......gods.It..-a.twl.his.be ....,..'... Service Obtainable! \ .t

and Mrs. John Payne Murphy and HeLen Tripp. the National Association uf bLatu gathering will also. feu- the Florida .Institute fur Continuing -*.l* Ilk*"I'lUa k....*..... ICsee
and bAy 'visited Trooper and 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Murphy Heal Estate Ihtarda. Is C'umlnllfrom lure ritmmllU-o meetings, n director University Studies and I a .r..kU. .,l't Tk. _ft' ,U aamUI For All YourPyrofax'! Gas Needs Sea
Stevie hU Chicago headquarters Boston, and l "hub" the uf Florida's. "b.tas.e inw-Dy >-41MTT *-
Mrs. Ralph Hough and 1 and Gene spent Sunday' atKI..lmm a Univervlty .. :f w.r14-la55.w, : n.5..ny
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of Clearwater Sunday and via' <<'8. to talk on multiple listing ut conference' center where Real Sthual pf Jotirnallsm. One hun'I ..lICil....T..I.s ...k.OM*,UakU .-.(... PYROFAX GAS CO.
ited Mr, and Mrs. George Mur-' the Clearwater gathering.'The tor from all part' of Florida ......-eI.ht7 high school studenUInmi I U .sp.H.eat. .. -.-..l.rs
phy: of Uradenton Sunday the Those Sarasota-Bradenton attending the race Speedway at- local Hoard president also wi'i! meet to rich-inge idea Florida Georgia, and I Ala,1 ..11'.."...rv...r.r.".. M*. At .U) Snag S East Oak St. WA 9-2271 Arcadia .
evening. said that Marshall. M. C..6aer.1r Farm and Land Broker will bama attended.& -
Saturday' night were; Mr.
Mrs. Mabry Murphy and I\ and Mr. John Payne Mr. and I I
children and Mrs Donald Murphy Mrs. Jack Murphy' and family -

: and son were In Arcadia' Mr. Mac Albritton and

Monday<< on business. Royce Mr. and Mr*. Al' Oar-' News From Pine Level
Ml-. and Mrs. Ernest Harvlll 1 wood. Hilly. Helen, and Max t

and''boys were In Bartow andLaJutlaDcr'WednHday Tripp and Mr. and Mr*. Mabry; ,
; 'and the) Murphy' and children and Ed

went and visited to Ft. her Myers sister Tburauuji Luna Murphy and John Roy; Cough. By MISS EVA ROSE MAO AN r"U( and' son vlitiUnl! with her from Tampa and Buddy Skip I

WtUU i of Felda and returned Mr. and Mr*. Herman Prime Mr. Neal Btoffcl and Mn. |>nriTiMr! aid: Mrs. rxl: per uf Atlanta., Oa. were alMKnighl. I ,
home Friday. and children of Clearwater Eloise: alge Just returned frum Mr' "rm.te Knight Weiliuwlay' ufleriMmfi guests )
visited her parent Mr. and a few week visit in Tampa -
Harvlll -
Mr and Mrs. Ernest \
Mrs. Fleming; Hints over the Mrs. Eva Horn from lAwn .
and :boys' Mr. and Mrs. Richard : '
cA'r
and weekend.<< visited Wednesday mornlniwith -
Dean and children
Uu Willis attended the wedding Mr and Mr*. Ken Green Mr.' and Mr*. llarve

of Mr*. Harvlir brotherw. ,. boys of Jacksonville visited her Keen. RODEO 1
It. Jr. Fewox to Joyce Mc- sister Mrs. Carl Harley and Betty Jane, and IIUl Pult fe I j

Call at Bradenton last Sunday; family over the weekend. and of Miami are visiting w\'\f.

They will be making their their great grandmother. Mrs.Arena j

home at the Fewox Ranch at W ulhrich. and uncle" WEEK II I
Van4ola. Locker Facilitiest and aunt. Mr. ajul ...... OtI'U.' ... ,t. ,

Lana Willis of Felda visited Cunnl ngham.. ji j

Mr. and Mr*. Ernest Harvlll F 8. FieldStcJ. Mr. Turn Micelle' and sun i
lad 'family Sunday. Mlllard went to waurnuiu ..rday I!
BUYS
Mr.; and Mrs. John Payne alterituon on Lua."II' ..-.
od.Ouy.i Mr*. Mac Albritton. .! NearerNew .' W. S. Harris o( Arcadia SUN GLASS HOLDS y I
Mr. and Mr Jack Murphy and and his daughter Mrs. *liMnhiPutnam )
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_ily. Mr. and Mrs. AI Gart locker facilities at the aud rhlldivn. ore visiting Specialan4 I : ".
municipal. football fMl4.weD& NOISE MAKERS
wood t and Billy attended the In South Carolina. Whitethere '.
j "0" MgNR WOMIN
another step toward reality
ens Friday night but were Arthur Roe. Mrs. lutmun ptans u Caps Sc ... It... . TO4
ined out at the Sarasota.tralenton Monday night a* attend her hlgn& acnuul cbureunion. .. Sparklers lOc UP
Speedway. Jr., chairman' of the School 99c pair \
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Hoard and hush Flanders superintendent -
Si;. and Mrs. Jack Murphy of publle Instruction ...... Lou H*tUn. .worth waa -

>nd.family were in Tampa on met with member* of the given a birthday pe4 ty a... HITS YOU LOVE
uaiftess wt week council tot discus the la week. Miss &nuy C4>rkvrkM. s.
Mr. and Mr. Fleming Hines city : Arcadia VUitrd Iron Vitnuws-

Uted in Ft. Lonesome Wed"fcy me.Under mutual" day' tw Friday with Lynn M.4Ungawevth. COMPATIBLE RECORDS 42c J
'' with their 1F.. a agreementthe
son inn a* now visJUn*
Soft-bell AasociaUon will AT LOW. LOW PRICES
uaes and family. won &ad,.. Mr. J. U. lMa"". ,
and Sirs. M. J. Albritton pay MOO. the school board approximately of Vero tieach visited. hu t*.J .
Mf'{girl of Lake Placid vlsd S200O and the city .. *utee. Stereo and Hi.', Albums.. __...............99c ;
Mr* Clyde 11011". "' ''* .

relative here Saturday. about"be built S120O between for locker the room right and lami"' 45 RPM Records ... ........ .. .. .......39c LIS. 1 '
rm. Lela Karrelaon visited la : I
a '. ehter. Mr*. Wayne Shell field line of the football, field Mr. and Mrs. Alton Alguud. 45 RPM (Hits You'.. Misted) .. ,. .. 19c ,
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I land the softball diamond. and chaired of fjtglewoud: ) ;
'* In and .
Lakeland Sunday lieu has brother" Mr. and, Ml*.
dne day.. Mr*. heifer was I The school beard will re- .. .
sod : .
eca Alg.w toady !
barged and went borne Icondition: the eiUtlng building F a
WI. sad MI. itdacrt z..1a.r Halt Vitamin s .
may. and with the added facilities I .r- Deficiency ,.. .
Mho McKensie and daugh-i i the football A and D rhlJdrm" and Mr. %et&Jllr.1 1 '
--- t9q/u/ dm wID....". adequate mwUter Mr. Kuttbie Wofgreen/ GENEilALfp ELECTRIC J
locker ...- .. Under presentrundlUoa Arcadia were afternoon gwe..I! I ,

THOU HORRID *." even the gtrta lasts ot Mr. ana Mrs. Cevrg ll*.- \, SUPER AYTINAL .
R rtaMTt* had to be seed during ., Alas visiting wllta tales I L' .>I'Sr

. GE SPOTS during gain**. Flander ...... we** Mr. "w y.... AM.tnMra.e i Vitamin with Minerals FOOD FREEZER !

The CactllUea wU be open dwaaat ad A,...... fj

to sofVbeJl.. *.--. fe.laJlteam Mr Mark Ifardtann of Fort t..5.: EoftU of 100 1,
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*, and: **> bath pear toegue L.airsees.e. as amsit inC: a'-I
slat little league teerna. City weelta tailing with laaaj < Y VNaw/M aWa Miaeesle I Os42"/ wLI.t- r N/! ,"i I

labor will be wed ta t.. coav. p.rs er ..". err Mrss... 8W7M SM.f tae XVO A as .p4 1 ',-; a

strucUoq .. tke .,....... Me. .*i ass. I

IIWI4IftC. Total coat W materialhM M*."and Ur*. GMT Martin, I A tMtleifg-. .wifcefenceJ..... ONLY
y been ..tlma.e4 at about. and cnitureo e.*T ta ter Maven t.ae..l $22995

pooo w p*.. BMMHwy seer SHI..SHeUlIf.. < : : a' .. .
i" FALCON !
Mrs Or*tee f ayteav Mr. Lay.ttssa .C..r 111 .

T/1fM OYTf Omer. ..... Release Ww I. .bsisfy seal. le ."Ie..... .... .r 4
New! Gill .oat aa>d ,.......... Mr flail Mea.peta. 1sees1e I j e
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I '" ., M.larry .... .......wd Mist Co W't'fi' ;

s..eL.e. b.free r r..U r ....4 ..e_.1 1lsish. fefSHOP .' j
.ash wwS e1miI PLAYTEX '
..i e'es Mr. )tied aeaswarszM andMr Special I Vacation SJ.. .......... ....H..... a i
.4 e .... c..r.... ........ WI. and Bathing Caps .
...wake5 kw.f. wow a. *. Walter ixnameraJae a4iMvOJy ARCADIA FIRST
$2.00ARCADIA
rg.itr .meta. osw 6w Arfjictafc.fi *, j............ y,. aV... Req. s1.93SPECIAL I i

r..M- am Raar are .eeMM Is rp. .+.tdla4 Use casks ._ 77 .1
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argtiwee tabrrw' / : -=- tb n.era. I '.

Itatb. Joao and. cbii i I ; ArcadiaMuskfurniture Store"

sows- a.a C.P...Y... drew. ed M'.... CMI' ........ DRUG STORE

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.W-x THE AR CADZAAifcdla'Ylortda.. Thursday July 2, 1964
.4. Fool me once shame on you: .

I :This And That: ., .. .' ( ris Five(Continued, Bobby Entered from Keeble.page Tommy JA) Ag Credit Service To Double In Decade fool What me most'twice of shame us need on me.to gtflfm T

(Continued from page '.JA)1' (jiml$ll!(;,oe be at the gym. Clark Larry Matthews, Ron- off our chest is our chin. .J
In terms of coat to the
p1f.l8'Mc I.....:n.. I AJlWln.teaip. >1dRlvbrrtMn" M troIB and I$. JJWAtitr t) st I''t "WJ"'j iI ''m._ you.
te tded the week lone Improvement seer .recreation. ... program. Skipper. Wendell Cooper Eddie "The volume of credit service are continuing 'and"'IBesJiortroot 1\\! o 1 933 h .tijf.rr Wt !
camp. Others, attending .rodet. Cambelle Gene Tomllnson and intermediate term credit to Mr. Turner. bert L. Garrison, President of wnat a newspaper means toe
Ira time! If you are Buck Adams R. Ls hidden, to agriculture by production
from the DeSoto'' High Bulldogs looking&; for, anyone check the Ken McLeod Jackie Keeble credit association may double needs of farmers will probably "The PCA's In the four-state ::Sarasota; J. Wesley Davis director you everything.
team Included Fred C ml'., rodeo'grounds. And with the Fritz Brewer. Don Brown Jay during the next decade" according double during the next ten district with 9O.OOO farmer-J; of Sebring; D. G. Click,
Rupert Smith and' Rodney' rodeo announcement: has been Matthew., Red Myers John to John II. Turner years. The PCAs should continue members made loans to :50.000 ,,director of Clewiston; R. J.
Holllngsworth. made-that the annual stockholders : McLean. Don McLean Gene Arcadia vice president of the to furnish an increasing: of these members in 1963 in <.Taylor director of Bradenton kEITCHING?:
"-or- .meetl of the organization Craft Bobby Woodward Hunt Bradenton Production Credit share of the credit needs of the amount of more than 265 and Herbert E. Cook. General *
Summer basketball league: ,has beech, ,scheduled for the Smith and Blackle Sullivan. Association who has Just re- farmers." million more than double the Manager Bradenton. Lot doctor's formula stop It. ?
action get 'underway Tuesdayat second 'Monday\ in August Entries for calf roping are turned from Bat Harbour "The 77 production credit volume 1O years ago" he said. Zemo speeds soothing relief to ex.ternallr .;:.
the DH5. gym. Gtade:1tbroulh : AuguA 19: demons, Condo Levering Ar where he attended the 30th associations in Florida Geor "The Bradenton association: caused itching of eczema..,
10 play at 6:30 "prm.and :': -0- lln Taylor Preston Roberts Anniversary Production Credit gia, North Carolina and South served 648 farmers with loans ':fOUR SS IF minor rashes skin muttons. non,.,.
grades 1 1 and .up' pta at 'D rJnC'the morning worship Herman Manley, Harry Bear Association Directors' Confer Carolina have provided approx totalling $18 million in 1943 poisonous imect biles. Desensitizes .r
730; p.m. .Game will be pta7ad 'service' .,:each Sunday,,the Pastor ley, W. E. Adair. Jr., N. E. ence. imtely $4 billion in credit service in DeSoto. Charlotte.' Glades I y : you f"nerve endings. Kills millions of sur-I'**-
on 1uesday| and Thurdjor *- ..edfcFirst .n. Church to farmer-members snce Hardee. Hendry, .tHlghlands. germs' aids '.tin.o.itch.- ;:
Utt Coffee Bob Carter Ronnie ;1. ;JAt; Turner .said "Reports at fL,1.W akin with Zcmo.Liquid Ointment .
nights..Also there .!. .one'fam has aft?ob.te.et 'lesson for, the Welch, Van Adams, Poland the conference indicated the organization 30 years ago. The Lee Manatee and Sara..to READ Quick relict; or your money .
for boys who have" 'already Children..Last .week.1! he1 'askedwhat. Skipper Dick Schultz Wendy application of capital using Bradenton association has pro- counties, Mr Turner added. ,backv
;graduated from", h fj h .,'was..'particularly significant Daisy, Gene Tomllnson J .P. technology In agriculture and vided $117 million to farmers Other officials of the Bra- FAIt :THEADS ,
sftiool All boy Iht..Itodareurged : about ll''..)c.,'he was Benton Buck Adams, Roy Davis ---y-
;to Contact Coach;John' referingo4'''c unf.tbthe'Fourth' Don McGuire Ken Me
r or 'July.l Little;.Zkftigle; Car Leod Johnny Habon Charles t
f" t holds, up' ,.M.,bind\ ..net'call.. Harman Buster Bobs Floyd
'outTHE; .RODCO Albritton Jay Matthews, Roy
Fresh Water Fish.V 4 .. Edwards James Cowart Pete .
Dividends
5 >' < .. *;'. : Lanier Alton llinson R. CDresel. Stability Progress -
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Licenses On 'Sale r. Ned Myers. Buck Dan
. Death. 1ail I rls, iels, Don Brown Kayo Welles,
:Fresh water fishing license. (Contlntred'roit, >j. i .I/ ) Don Boyd Runt Smith Ronnie BEGINNING business August 7, 1958 First Federal Savings and Loan Association of DeSoto County'

'went on' sale' Wednesday, July Ity' Meth0dl t"churer. : ); a' Past Jack Ferkin Hennlng.Eddie Young and was an immediate and ever since a continuing success, reaching' its high point June 30. For
1 at the office f County JudgeCordont Exalted ''Hlrfrri >of IElk., .
was announced Lodge. and,*...,Pit! :State Vice- Reserved seat tickets are the six months ending June 30, the association is paying cash dividends to Savings Account Owners of
here" this' ,...ek. The' new -Presldent.'at*..tfur C'>l'. k..X available Chamber at the of DeSoto Commerce County $82,616.78, which is at the rate of 4Vi% per annum. This added to dividends paid since the opening of the
fishing' rules and regulationswill He ls"sarviviMi-hyhli widow.Mrs. .
r. have a new:look and pro* 8)"h'I.Oh4Td: Barns; one building on DeSoto Street association, makes a total of $566,359.70. The original dividend rate to Savings Account Owners was at

well vld. as fishing tb. new information rules.. Copes* .as daughter, ) DavtsYttf/CrewUvUle,'MfwVVDerlene- (Donald ; his set where up Rodeo this ;year.Headquarters are 3/ /o per annum. Later, as the association's earnings increased, the dividend rate went up to 4% per annum,

may be obtained from, 4h4Judge's mother Mrtt.; Cltri( Sam. of I and for the last two years, has been at the rate of 4Vi % per annum. The assets of the association on the

office- or "Where I ever.. Bunker;: ftftfi'thre; : ,, brothers, Record opening day was $266,742,49, and at the close of business June 30, 1964, were $4,589,126.50. The original
.licenses are sold /. rx n/m>>(Jttfcersfifcld. Mp. Throng
License fees are* Resident and' 'Ha'rry-.jBdra.. .'and. Paul (Continued from page IA) organizers of the association, whose names appear at the bottom of this advertisement, are the same today,
annual. fJOOJ stop) ; Sjt "l-7tr; ii'; boys will vying; si.OOU an
is the same with staff increases as the business has dveloped from
readddltitl406 month
the active
and management ,
I to
.Jsy< continuous : 111.. nil,.., arrangements prizes. To coincide: with thcitywide
non-resident* five-day, 'continuous .. V!ftnc ftnp{ i:,at.,ft*",.Time. program of fun, the I month and year to year. The dirctors and officers, and the capable staff of loyal and efficient workers, have
tlshingLZ4.; ; tl Odd Fellows will have their and resourcefulness to make First Federal in Arcadia an outstanding institution
... y. annual barbecue at the Odd- devoted their time of com
t :: .. ." ift'i.-'i ;r ;; Fellows Hall on Route 17 Southof munity service. That their efforts have not only been successful but are, appreciatd by the people of DeSoto
: ,PAINFUL,; COR Et Entroili"- (ekid'Cd the Fair Grounds from 9 the number of Savings Account Owners
.*! r.r a.m. to 7 p.m.. Also the Elks County is indicated by ever increasing owners-large and small.
'
1 'AMAZHM.ElIms uout/ : SIT ( liilt >i I :'pace' 1A) will hold their Rodeo Day barbecue More than 800 loans have been made to home owners, owners of certain types of commercial properties, and
j If1ifNite
1 'fj natter ;_tr.eta.lid at the Elk's lodge across
WSSOLYE3. N3 A 1N .t ih1i'\ 4 fi-6& t both; ,(roll ps from Lake Katherine and top churches, on sound basis. These loans have been of tremendous benefit to the persons directly affected and to

I.._...' ._..___ w.'t..4....-.....,.oW. (:. aad.'litdlK' i bllc'cooperaUat' : the evening off with their annual the community generally, The purchase and erection of new homes and the remodeling of others, made possiblethe
I :,1__I. IM.,.. .i.....eiIaMr .. ,1b .th4! .annualastaged fireworks display over materials of character employment of skilled and unskilled labor
of building every all of which
Lake Katherine. purchase ,
0. ....__........, tMwect. ,t !
; ... .. .. .... .. ,,1.:t ula. .bit I tttminitts.. resounded to the benefit of retail merchants, household suppliers and all types of citizens. This is a recordto

K.,C.: COLA', FUN S&OW: .pal,, 'RI !'. M. be proud of, and First Federal in Arcadia is happy to make these announcements. Below is a condensed

I FREE" WITH;:f ate fl'C isY. I financial statement of the condition of the association at the close of business;June 30. Pleaseread it, and you

:-J" .. Short and SweetThe will think more of your community. t ,

,., .
V <. paper Industry with a

FRIDAY Y" 'fiWO; production total of 78.3 bit .. ,.
Ito pounds over the last yea \ ', :" ,
THkU 1 f.ltgI is one of the fastest growing CONDENSED STATEMENT .. '{'
t .
1 Industries In the nation 'j
I MONOl1y XURES Th average American use FIRST FEDERAL f

ALL 433 pounds of paper year, a LOAN .R 'h"
NE1NIp3 startling comparison to ind. SAVINGS AND ASSOCIATIONOF .

vidual) consumption In the So- DcSOTO COUNTY
.
\ vet Union which averages 28 '
ARCADIA, FLORIDA
pounds and Red China witless I'
{ I. than 2 pound. per person ( ,. II3i After the Close of Business June 30, 1964. rt: ,:__ .'
1 7E r : '
r ASSETS 1:,,
F
The westernmost point I In First Mortgage Loans .............._........................ 3848759.96 ;

,I : tu the Island U.S Is. Cape Aleutian Wranget., stlaska At- F. H. A. Title I Loans ......u......_............._......... 8,562.72 "

The banjo Is generally regarded A, Loans on Savings Accounts ..."._.. 103506.55 't
E to be the only native Real Estate Sold on Contract ..........................'.. 27,834.77 ';(.

M Americans. The euilom.of musical Instrument wearing ,' Real Estate Owned less depreciation................ 12,911.70 5 '
1WAk bri&ttoel1.. originated( with ,. Investments in Securities: *II.. ,'. k'I
"
the ancient Greeks who ':." Stock in Federal Home Loan / r : ,
( thought the veil would be aprotection .. Greensboro $ I ... 0>-
? --.. Bank of ...... 50,000,00.
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? for the bride againstevil
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spirits flying about dur ''w U. S. Government .I'. .

Ing the marriage ... .... 199,843.75 249,843.75
-" -- ----- .- . ceremony ., ; .... Obligations ,
-- '':..: Cash on Hand and in Banks .................._........ 263,470.18 ... ,
,Sfcop".ARCADIA Firrt : :' Office and Building Equipment / .

CARPER ... less depreciation .....,?-.?..-................... 37,369.38 '
TIRE '
: Deferred Charges and Other Assets .................. 36,867.49' ?. '

Ir.t ; z r. r TOTAL ASSETS ....................................._ $4,589,126.50 ..'.:;
Tt c0 r 1'
SERVICE It .
: A* .* LIABILITIES t
All-,T>e.e< Tlrea Are*
:eevarctf sy) t ia AS: ;'lt __ Savings Accounts .. .. ...-...............-............._ 4270894.19 .., ...' "-
t>...i.,.i.". .. P', a.* H.N YourtMriirtfilent.. B. F. GOODRICH Dealer .t Savings Accounts Pledged on .
Tire > l ft N.<'.> MiN ARCADIA Mortgage Accounts ......_...._..............._.... 2419.70 :t., w

Loans In Process (First Mortgage Loan) ............ 93,737.47 .,.

4 4( Advance Loan Federal Home Loan Bank........ 50,000.00 '1

sh ve Deferred Credits ?_ ....._.......................;............... 5752.35 "

Specific Reserves .,.. ......._................................... 100.00
aP General Reserves .. ._. ,.-...................................... 152/148.68 .
:
I **. Contingency Reserves ....................................... 13,774.11 :n;

iW TOTAL LIABILITIES ......._......_._..._..... $4,589,126.50 ..... .
COMMA OM-/ UONO MILin3JO .e' .
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I '.oo-ig I I 13*.SS I 2220 (I IS.S3 |I 34 So 213 3IJO I J4M ':. t 1 1: Dividends P 'id-i in Six, ,MonthE J", une 3O .,_.. ...,.. $82,616.78 :. -

: .."l"-1.\1. 1. a '___l_ .,, 2130 n-u: 31.40 n.' I '... Total Dividends Paid Sine Opening off association '566359.70. :' -.... ,. .
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": !' \Foreign''- Press AgainstBy GoldwaterSenator iiE ? O Lord set us free from all that would confine us to

the narrow world of sin and selfishness. Liberate us

1l1JlJ/JR- from smallness of soul. Come more fully into our lives
THURMAN SENSINGIn that Senator Goldwater may Goldwater and other .
and open new ways to serve Thee; through Christ our
editorials news articles be the GOP standard bearer conservatives in both parties Lord. Amen.
and cartoons elements of the this citizen is not in a position have their admirers in Eu

European press in recent weeks to analyze the criticism lie rope. There are journals that ,::=,,:',:;' t .
have launched an unprece- doesn't know for example that look forward to American finding N.rer.Krm.e CE.
dented campaign of abuse arid conservatism in Europe faces ; new. strong conservative A&p d :: r.prd rarnwtlfe--... ,. 1

misrepresentation of Senator the same uphlU fight that conservatism leadership in the White lieu,.. rr..p; rawfyrrle, w Desoto County News ry
Barry Goldwater. who Is seek' faces: in the United But the average American isn't c'NUS

ing the Republican presidential States. made aware of these papers,
nomination. Fair mindedAmercan An American may have read no more than the average European rwrAtw.ef. J Of Bygone YearsTaken
of both parties' who that The Manchester Guardianis is made to understandthat
oppose outside pressure on our shocked at the possibility of The New York Times The
domestic policies hare reasonto a Coldwatef victory. But he New York Herald Tribune and from the files of
.
be Indlgant at the trifling Isn't likely to know that The other liberal Journals don't MYtMeo n... ., ,': The Arcadian The DeSoto County ..--
with the truth represented by Manchester Guardian .Is an ul- speak for the country with .Cf..e : News and The Arcadia Champion.

this foreign press campaign.To tra-liberal newspaper compar- the authenticity of the small
be sure the average able with The Washington dailies and weeklies of the Y ; MIa ... T ...-.....
American is not familiar with Post The New York Times or ,USA.
the European other ultra-liberal Journals In The published criticism de- ; 4
press. Whenhe the United States. He cant rived tl'Ol1the radical European ) T 55 Years Ago *

reads' in know moreover that the writ- press serves special Interests -

his own newspapers ers for The Guardian The Lon in the USA. however. Mrs. II. P. Johnson and R. A. visiting their cousin Miss Wane

that don Observer and similar papers The paper and broadcast media ri.. .-..**4-TMAs**rn vue Roberts were married In Gardner Lawton
press in England are generally as left of that are determined to provative M-*_*>..*,tars-.%ertN1*M-T rMfia.re
+ J.jj.,1* on July 0. .1909 by Capt.C Duke Woodson entertained at
and onb center in their views u the candidate are eager to .. wjzysivr*rx..<- Orr. dinner Sunday. Guests were
I
.H *
the European television commentators who vent nomination of a corner- : ,_.. I /r !.-...,**-M:,- *ryrew..t__. .... Peace River was over half Miss Pauline Smth. Miss Annie -
continent -- revealed their dismay to a get their hands on all the criticism u S f&.| ==*rLi-j ->m ..=a r>*< *fri. a mile wide at Drownvtlle. Davis. Tom ml* Alderman

t from Londonto viewing public when Barry of Goldwater that they 'JS.u- -xJL* ".. 7AS *72.rr"* *"<:1** &-" *** riiw -...:"'' swollen by rains. It was four and William Hooker.
H
-
Moscow Goldwater won the California can find. Thus the ultra-liber' feet above the floor of the Iron Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Harris. ,
is shocked primary. als engage In their own kind bridge and still rising.J and Mrs. N. E. Norwood and

of political log-rolling. The D. Souther land, prominent little son had gone to their old
'AN ENDURING ASSET American liberals distributethe .Around JlvlsorlJ cttiaen of Wauchula and De- home in Massachusetts for a
shocked comments of A-
Solo County died at his home
European criticism of Goldwater Tuesday July e. visitMrs.. Charles llagan of Pine

I.n return the European Mrs. J. G. King and daughter Level died this week

distribute the shocked comments Chaos In l Katanga Said PlannedBy Dorothy and Mrs. George Miss Pauline Smith. Miss l
of American liberals Ilolcomb left Thursday for Annie Davis, and William
The aim is to build up a climate Minnesota, to spend the sum Hooker went to Fort Myers
of opposition to any serious mer. Mond.y to attend a house party '
conservative leader in any ROBERT MORRISThe Congo. A series of disorders the propaganda to the con- Harry left Wednesday for given by Misses Etta and

Western country: It is an old In then precipitated Independence. trary.If Burton and Birmingham Ala.. Washburn..
fall of Albertvllle
i trick but often effective. Immediately Patrice Lumumba. that elemental fact were
North to visit relatives.. Col. F. A. Whitney had anew
to
Actually, the American electorate munist Katanga rebels is the pro-Corn natural Khrushchev's protege, and not clear then It should have atlas Clara Lawton anti Miss law office, located in the
should be deeply offended leader of the newly d country been made abundantly so with Mary Alden of Louisiana were King building.
and
flower of what the U. N.
at the thought at this kind Instituted a reign of terror the appointment of Rajeshwar
ri t -- of international liberal logrolling our State Department have of such proportions that Dayal as Chief U. N. administrator

for the purpose of affecting planted It Is the first In a Belgian troops had to be rush for the Congo Dayal was 30 Years Ago yk I
series of disastrous outcroppings -
the outcome of a party ed to the scene to protect their an admirer of Lumumba whomhe
t JON nomination or of a presidential that we can expect' In nationals. their women and worked to save, a racist
Rf election. It represents Intervention the once lovely and prosperout children. This violence set the who hated' the Congolese blacks .. s
Belgian Congo. Dr Gordon Swaln. with board of equalisation as provided
in the internal affairs stage for U. N. entry at Lum and an ."minl.tratorho
.Mrs.. McSwaln and their twud.u.ht..r. by law, at which time
of the United States. In 1MO. the U. N, our State umba's request, to protect the worked In a conspicuously pro Winnie and
Lew all property owners are given
The liberals welcome such Department and the Socialistand Lumumba regime. The U. N. Soviet fashion. It was Dayal
Eugenia arrived In Arcadiathe the privilege of being heard
intervention of course they Communist Parties of Bel went Into the Congo In 1930. who forced a supine U. S. State
first of the week and h.pl.na complaints in regard to
are for It In principle. For gulrn pressured the Brussels .. It did again last year In Department to recall our popular
within a short time to their assessments as made by
years the liberals have soughtto government into an early .Independence Yemen, to saw a pn.Soviet and understanding Ambassador
open an office for the practiceof the tax assessor.James .
Intervene in the affairs of stance toward the government regardless of allNew Clare Tlmberlak. Miss
medicine. J. Davis and
countries that take a strong Melee Tthombe was the The beet canning plant at Mjrrl Johns were married at

anti-communist stand In any western-oriented President ot the Baptist Children's Home, e o'clock, July 4, at the residence .
part of the world. Ec/Io l ewn'n/ Katanga rro.lnNhlch heu'mlnlstared operated under supervision. of of the bride's uncle
One press campaign perhaps ,; In businesslikeand the rCRA has been operatingon Supt. T M. Johns, of Th. FltarIda *
the most effective of all efficient manner. Tshombe almost full capacity the Baptist Children. Home.
i was launched against the took a secessionist position only
past week and many cans of General contractors of the
Diem I government of South when Lumumba was In power meat have been put up and dlstrice which Includes IXeSoto.
Viet Nam last year. The result War On and worked consistently for a placed In storage* Charlotte and Lee counties,
was the assassination of President Poverty federation ,of Congolese State, Special attention of all properly have organUstl under a fair
Diem and a worseningof with a certain autonomy reserved
owner Is called tu the condition: code which now In
i the effort to contain the toe all. II. almost succeeded
fact that the county commissioners effect After July 1st violatorsof
communists in Southeast Asia War on poverty" .to a dramatic established policies followed In U.1ahen brought are to 'meet on Wednesday this code will be subject to

Long-range liberal intervention and pregnant phras It both by Induury and. government the Congolese leaders to Mala IS, 1934.: M a the. NHA compliance, board.
Julys
drives also have been directed promises. an all-out attack;;** excluded people*Cpe, varteu gasy 'Where they formulated ... 4. -> .. <*** ,* r*. ?, ,r
against such. self-reliant countries a problem that baa plagued' .I reasena. such as police a plan for such a Union
.. Portugal and South nations since recorded civilisa. records.' Of this the report The U. N. kad other designs.

AN ENDURING ASSET Africa though fortun.telyItb lion began. And certainly everyone ..tatana.: bard-core man and In the subsequent months 500 ot'/I sa et..J.JI-tJ
less conspicuous success than is In favor of motherhood comes out of a pool'hall culture embarked MI a course that was
ODE TO JULY 4th the Viet Nam political opera the flag, and world peace where there la a high maculated to dietary Tshombe.
The question Is just how thisg'Mat Incidence of .rr.... Their mar When pressure. propaganda, I
Today her thanks shall fly on every wind tionNow the International liberal goal Is to be accomplish Hal and family problems, their, and even the forced arrest of

,Unstinted, rebuked, from shore to shore groupings are aiming at the ed.The troubles with automobiles, are Tshombe failed, the U.N. .literally Special Salt Garden
biggest target of all the President's plan .lays Its much more likely' lo result In went to war twin lo
One love, one hop., and not a doubt behind! United States. The objective is stress on the training and retraining police' action than In the ease destroy Mm Tshombe defeat -

Cannon to cannon shall repeat her praise to deny to the American people of the unskilled and ef middle-class families." And ed the U.N. In the first war In BY ItUSAKLL KAY hell-, vines, palm, shrub and

Banner to banner flap it forth in flame; a chance to vote for a man uneducated along with work the genuine hard-core man Is but In December" of 1M2. .,.... The book also deals. with
who stands for realism in foreign en who have been displacedby likely to have ''a, major police the jet power of the blur llorticullurlala.' particularlythose & the problems' of gardener* fa.-
Her children shall rise to bless her who have .trugf.lad. to
up name, affairs and constitutionalism technological advance, so recurd.' Another btlrrl.ru helmets prevailed and reducedKatanga. : ed with the problem of developing -
And wish her harmless length of days at home. that they may be qualified for found In dishonorable due h.'.. In many places, to develop an attractive. garden a garden .In mountainor
The mighty mother of a mighty brood Senator Ooldwaters vote against work which to needed and for es from the armed races rubble. 'Our Slate Department near the see competition desert area where wlntl
wind will
sand and
Blessed in all and dear blood the force bill known at which there I I. a demand.. A This does not mean that the supported U Thant In 'h.I Ioperation a with .It. anti soil!! erosion are a conatont
tongues to every the Civil Rights Act undoubtedly prim exampl of this to found project was a failure A fond ro-np.eUly, even bit forever grateful lo Kdwln threat
The beautiful, the strong, and,. best of all, will only step up the furyof In the great Appalachian are I ly number. of me graduate sending globe-maw and A. Weanlnger for his new tank. Blnco the ubect| I ae an lntr>
the good. the international attack a- where unemployment to high have found Jobs ,and are holdIng crew to assist, In the sanguinary -Seaside. Plant of the World", national) on*. the author dla-
gainst him. The forces that oppose among former coal worker tnem. But It does show encounter. avfliUble from llearthskl cusses. .huctlcullural and cooso -
James Russell Lowell (1819-91))
( PrcM. Ill C. as St New York
a conservative American due In part to a decline In the that many a high. obstacle Thus .It was thai the U.N. rvs lion*I problems I"se..lde.
Continued on page 3-D) market for coal a. and In part stands In the way of a ..._. by force, destroyed order and Its N. VII .
T to mechanization of taak that ful and. thatIt U. an ertcyckit-atll guile a-unt
( war on poverty the factories. of production. ,and
used to be performed by human would be felly to set our paved the w.y>,_ for the thane .lo planning planting and mainlsiing reference tu New Zealand and
Ba'Jol.iJCIlJJJ hands and bocks. hope* and sights luG high and that now 'r.v..... Chaos I* sail reelatant. garden. Auatrall
The lame and Mr. John la minimise or .ever look the always grist' lot Communistmllla You"" will probably' be sur I have enjoyed the pelvises
1 on'* proposed attack on the deep preblema which arc In end new. the Communists primal to learn that. there are of numbering Edwin A. Mnilngr .

problem preaent political volved.This. as many predicted are over 1.100 specie," of plants a. a w. r.... pron lfriend
economic and social overtone e e e moving.. The onljudefenae that tre.. aryl shrub that ran be foe many year. A long-
True Purpose Of The! Sabbath The political appeal of the. waron Thomas I hove seen of this whole. die ....ruIl7/ grown In seaside lime resident of rtortda. Menu
repsrts
poverty, even though the J. riemmg year In the May. 3Li late. ho* been the fanciful. description areas of the world.. ..n..di.. .... and publlahed Ih*

goal should prove unattainable. sue of This Week some IT mil' of .the*Communist They 'include a wide varietyof Stuart New al the sam time

By ROGER W. BABSON' remember the days during the r postwar transformaton In to obvious. But the opponents' lion Americans en* out of (Continued. on pee 3.!!) grasao. Illy like plant. operatingnourishing. nursery
Baboon Park. Mass* eSpecIal war when the old !-.... bus, consumer buying habit Pee of Administration thinking. findIt five. families.. In Ute notion business In the ammo. location.
) Nothing demonstrates) In*** pattern began to change,. pie preferred to stay at bom sorely tacking. In ............ every- WIll..." .. Aa>d four towering Trees became
more clearly the materialistic Defense. worker on round"' .-> and shop In the suburbs *- They think. for Instance, that out of five move. according. to I hobby wills him and his painstaking -
.world which America I* becoming < clock schedules flocked U p.da1Jttne retailers kept the coat have been vastly' underestimated. a relUMe survey ore made. forreoom FLORIDA facts- research on the sub
than our misuse of the stores that first started t* stay' open evenings.r They think. further of necessity because J"t coupled with personal ..-

Sabbath. Instead of using this open evenings Nest canto .r The ratracew the tnowasd .- that effective retraining of a chance for belief .Nan parlance caused him. tu writ
day for spiritual regenerationwe exodus out of the cities I met" dollar then developed such of men. whoa entire working eWehcr. ... a.-.... etnplay hid Ural loath. Tit-waring" Tree
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all too often try to cram Into Suburbia bringing with I II t I Continued on age 3-B) live hove been spent In one demand MIrooJcally of the W.,... published IwIMI.
ers .
Into the hours between sun-up list of work such a* mining. M 3. I- ; ;:: at .
and bedtime all the worldly much more email? sold than a large share ef II was ttaiojMl, temtbuoktiu "
?' 'S this hefty' prooortoon o< Ute and horticultural libcry -
activities normally followed on THE GIRLS 1 don. And many alas think .
a holiday or a day of vocation.' that Ih* elimination. of poverty .American population Maces to ._ple'. without It.
SUNDAY COMMERCE and unemployment, or ...." whose mo*** lake them In fliAIN For his work with tree.. Mr.
RIDING HIGH substantial reduction m M 51tonne other state will o* dto.n. MUngr. hoe receive 'sr
fraajrhlaed.Whyf ward tress the American IC rllcultur.1 '-
In a great many area of the from apnaion of iadurtry
offer The It.*. In I obsolete Council Fairchild'sTfeporl '
country' supermarkets and department ? l ll and the opporUmiUo* It reooiM
.Uw Gardens. .... IJot4tA6I -
store*, realty office) *. rather then front a gv* voter registration
and nuretrtee nearly ail typeset errament craah pregrom.That .. that ease .lose being r.*.-. eel I Garden of Hio d. Janeiro. .
stayed in' ow awm The honorary. degree of Do-
retail outlets, or* open and ..we. on InterestingcontrthuUan peal* put
doing a big burin .a Oft Sun 1.f A ..+ to the await, tofound ........tJl' or .1 ..... on state. of Sctonco ham. bn conferred
day. This to 'especially true lathe to> prefect flosotsil by sumcUmos for generaUon anerpNef.ti. on him by the florid SWtoUniversity.

Mountain and Pacific Cost the federal "h. jmnt andpanaor .. and a distant sieve. .
state, where the nightly dot- .>d by a Negro n tl.o* woe o rwl-,. In ..*.. after r.4k-wins.. ; publication of
lar .to pursued even saor* aridly in va..,.... U JL New s> World ....... many mono.the sort goby ""lowering Tree of the WorldTro
than It .. I In my own New Report toll of ita findings .MM before a o.we.ow.r. i* epgi. Till VIAR ...CNtY 3d?IAg1 IMOM1OW,3 <......* began to pour In fromU
England Here Blue Lw still toM of Jon .. .**.. And his. .. ..... And 1M aw.beeof 1 MI UMffto f AH*wtu HAVE rortAAnoH Of NIAJTIYTMttt over tAe globe for aid and

put snot. curb on Sunday aeHrlag. H to ..... from thia. the* fighttouJi .-lit* o* vteUmiaed. as Urge .00.004.000 frlhiOHl. suggestions. hi growing and
az. .- r ......... so1w1 cant enough to ehen.. .... result of rtont MUST (AsANN fMOVHATi PROM fto -svtntlnl.g a garden In .*."
I have talked. with SAMyrnerchadts c real ..Jtnhdf.Ne.on. 5ef el.>m..... aid area where. sand and) sort
and osroWe onnkersIs l 1 ,, r a .* .rer.< worn ........ I.Neems. Stweal w and .... W.. OA Mg-M$- VrfAt TO ftAMT O OWTM-WUi Htl THtAMO.ICAM and wind are o problem.This .
) vsrtou* secUon of the rmio_ f ... Iii reerwes. weeemU ,.shah.. the uaual -
try who support". the Idea of w.dutato... -anskHtodCo ...dasertfed. .. Vote Ca. *,*.g..*. wilt. be his second book. "SeaaidoPUnto

Sunday hinioiss., For the snootport ''k- .r.e* Introo mHO a-.... Iaseghrtal the. isle-.. ..._- sea 4. of the World". which
they speak of today's tarttww.w a* hrlcktoying ondoffered. wee try, Aa... onto .heavy we am51d to probably th* most CGmp.p.bona' ....
terse5 emo and damn aaeeersaw.. ware The e/- end. eftocUvem owes.> g1e1t .. e., and c.- .. work on
that. staying open es ..... o-tit *.i. .. being the .............* i r1 a .... subject ever produced* It t
meson th* dfsprofit ._ .._. a In a w.eh ....--. le*>* *.... suKanfH w".. thesemJimfc rpr*.ents many months of re_
and ..... Tb my flsN and that wso ...... wwp 1 'ttd of hM*.y ood .. earch. suppdeneaod. with/ travel
.c nn the -.u. a- K fey. e ............. Te MWwlfJt a**si .....fraorh+onid ../'!.*.*. and worldwide correapocvdence -

m..... r'C"'nlgattttrisa *see AI wee hoed. to flee p'"e of oweao>is>4*. The fight too .
Ida .-erw. tat tsar pie who -W 1..sa Iles S- Doe *. to ot ho. very roX of ro> The book. to. .IUM.Uatdtwtrt

saw ..... --. --.r.. .. U.mmg, aortlwowbwrs 4 ..-.. eene/.Uot. ,. ........... end.Uee a too photogjrsph*, of plasrt Ii
ace Swiay seffiavg to aatt* .wbe dd a.a4egp.d' erg. M..wAsh. ......, ow and. N ..amidM. which. defy ..... .*.......oM,.aAct
eg av.t..L Is Lessee-issttsws. Astwta.r ....vsgbM. mae .s ...........- M wind* highly Importanttwork. !
r MOW nr Wit ABocrrUsty e ..ttlMe11 !IM I, dfeslslf1.M/... ,.. wsai.4. eat-se. aan s ne- .. ...... It deal. .TtaMfe. lvl.cott. *

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Syru N. Well, Jr. of Hamilton pital. Mr Mercer:,wa- a.member ney Albrltton oriicmung. Inter.
True Press. Field, California; and three of an old pipneer family ment was in Gardner Ceme
A WHO TO CALL I Purpose Foreign grandchildren. of DeSoto County: -: ,was tery with Robarts-Grady; h,
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I J/: '''UAfrge of arrangements .
e. +18ZTJ. L
Cremation
:: will follow the born Sept. .
; (Continued from pad4I 11.! (contJrt, ed from page, 1.B Chapel Service with Robarts- .. 'U.'iMived: 'y his S,"3q1. Active pallbearer were Fred .
I JI 1 i jilcn \ "II /f \ f Grady Funeral Home In charge.Iii i 14 2eleWiMrczJ. G4rdne*{ Douglas. Russell Fanner, H pWrigtut .
1 IWf
DRCTORY tt! Ite. _H I n undout IW.l a ; AlVYah- r jm -lII..t\. \ tha144cthe!I kill hl frl 11 f r I S IMHS.I'wtly' t' tkJJJINGRAHAM Clots of arrangement The R e Y. his .children. MttFranke M !;iDldsl Brown, Thurmond' MooreHopxwrary .
G. Cannon will Oerdnerr t
I 'ex front to be believed offiffalo. lenr
evening however that t
openings pallb ..
Orlandof L Mercer, jrers wer. w.
\ OF DeSOTO COUNTY Nand to..Sungay.QpcjUn&t-Jiccait! tbe American people are too;)>. Funeral service* were held JULIUS C.v FUGATE.FurwCfat G ker of e 3r F -;D lIe Fpllpaau, Air Batev Glen "Bowe, &b
*<1 almost natural to buyer enible.. too. *elf-rellant. toopatrfotk ;).> for Mr. Winifred Kelly Ingra- aecvicevere. held .$ andAtwlv, Coked. J': W.: Crews, Henr.Cblltrrs. .
.til< following with the emergency / to be bapibopzled by ham Bfl, of Okeechobca, who Saturday, from the :Ft.: Ogden] Los Ang4leaCUt'and;-*elgh't great-. John' Turner John
t n: :.SAL: $ t SE &VICE condition that prevailed the frenzied JhovfKngj of the II'be..1 passed away here June 23 in a Haptfst'CnurcH tor Julft) Crow .r.ntlcMl4re) children, sister. Mr. Dowd Dr. Koch. Howard Sha
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during the war. Everv Sunday IOClal.t- ommup"t tress> local hospital. She -was. born Ins ton Fugate who died June 24 grand aDd: .half ver.; WOOs Peacock. H. p
,Blue Law. where they ex- either,-abjroact at home -.: a England July 10. 1878 and was at Arcadia General Hospital of ''Cora L* tt, Gardner .' Wlgt. Gordon,
--- ---- -- i Cammage
I' ---- --- -- --- -- Coker *
: ...ted. werr woefully weak or they make up their minwhom .da a retired nurse. She wa a gun ahdt wound H* was; *a sisters Mxs. BeuUl Wade Hampton Randolph Bernard

I Advertising I I Farm Equipment got only; token enforcement lo elect La. their party member of, the Methodist. member of the Baptist Church Tantpa from the Ro- Harney Carlton, Braid
I 'ro .me this-, mistreatment of nominee- or whom to select a* Church. and had lived all his life 4n Ft. Service were Home SulKvan. Dr. 'Mc' Swain, Howard
! ---- -- -- -h. Funeral
the Lord; a Day seems deplor-/ their. president. In fact, when She is survived by her husband Ogden. barlsOcadr, -R.
I .. .t INTINATioNALTk.. .;*4 ...... liberat'socialiit-comaiuni.. Chapel with the,. Rev. JTJojdYarbrouga Oden..C. Bowen HenrykAvaatt
nf "' able, and I will :
/ ; try to explain.* \ Benjamin Earl lagraham He Is survived by his mother -
w TMAn./4. ., aid '
.. 4Cl'aU..al'a
..... ..,. .. U.S. M.C..4 k Yr. .d and the Real;; Ski'tort I
I Wmt-, O.k .-. rhMM, ,WA i ImyUm.nM,. I4/.I1. rt=yM*, IrrlI ;: why) 1. feeL th,,' way prei*-to bitterly-oppose* a candidate of .Okeecbobe and one sister, JbCr. W. R. Fugate, S*.. r' t.t '. ... # .. '.'
I ai).I T! ./'= :.=...4 NM P..C4..1.N..e. 5..I,../= WH I. ) THINJC, IT ,. that;: .houWbe<< :' all' the Mrs. M.\. E. Jam**, of- 'CJearwatr of FU Ogden; brother'' R. M. ''- :'--r.t"L. -
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C. 771 W./ 0.11 I...... SHOULD evideoc. patriotic- American Service Vfer: from the) Fugate, Miami John P. Fu-i ? .NERVOUS
I = WI, :::r'e, 1/A1 '. BE '81OPf; >ED, need. to know they should befor Chapel of Robarts-Gradji: Funeral gate* of Ft> Ogden and W. R. WORRIED'

: ',,AHr, Conditioning '.' '.J' If lany" .proof Jr needed\ ; to re- him.H t Home with the 'Rev. V. J. Fugato,. Jr.. of Arcadia; sisters.
, : --- ------ veauhow werUify (luc culture '" ..- .f.. ._ Ragtdale officiating. Interment Mrs Sarah Blakely and Mrs. Over'Ctos t zarig -ofrLlfe3
I :1.-.NaRAI. .... FyrnituX.. 5 OCai. ha bejwpe. It l,'the...-vejry facL fir'.1: ,. was in Oak Ridge Cemtery. Willie Smith, of Punta Gorda l. y9 a-r Got w.kwn., reUeL

I.M.. NN e..r.1b.. .p.AN.r .... .. ... ; that Pau ,ny'of1'oUr-SQOd'a.tlU'; { S ial'$ June 24.PaUbearera. | and Vlra Katie Jonea. of Fort with.pee 'woman' medicine; :
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*MMl...rrM._* **..*., 31 W_. 0._ '-' -- ._ zensj* fan>.r.. Sunday) bd.IIM" a .:-.i. were :Jess Da- Myers.. do tak ,. ,eclal
WAlMrt7al.
a-
": I COM '...TI M.wi. f..rnl..ite.. .. just r*<(;;ajl>ftow'many.,cultures. ..vl$. CH.. Harden, Clayton Offleiartiag at the aervias'wet. i medicine- ..Lydia. .E. Pinkkam woman'
\ \ .tn.*4te!.Mu.S.
Awningsr | Cell .fl ..!... .>iMi> WA.nvt_*-I2*|. ,"OJY." LI'.I W .a.l1w.j. "4f."" / It Davis and Frank Reeve;. Ro-, and the Rev. Clot G. Cannon.P Don-'t,. reitd-the"M lieieoltngty! aped, by woman-specUlly. to
aeRvuthul. descrltre.:
wu f.e.kC.d.tJaen: : morethan :, bartsGrady funeral Home wasIn : alJt1elU' -were'.J.. Aj Dough endUaa ycAr*'.of misery and, help, women. ,by .relieving suchtpaetLOpatly
: raw HOM(' V''Y iSHINC -; SA. K.ujfcU, Some ,people' w: ilia:.*. : '1500.specter.and! lS1.5\a'tn.. charge: of arrangements. tr ".. Wilbur J.cntz JV Albert' dlsepmfort.Of'tudels.: hot .} caused female
,: :T .u; -;. .wk.e j;;.l...;*.;; .;. ;,. :.:: e'?, '
.| > ... W" _t .... ...., N '.!. All ._.N ....4 ......./ ,......It.,. ....'.. hocked a few year ajo( >when ,' SYSUS N. WELLS' Barnwellv Ocwrge Hayden. Robert flusheswares ot.we.lfn".nd' distress. ;teals
/N w./.r.... -, ..=;:....'..seerCrM. 110. '!... !"'! I ., t expr.sse.U. my. leeling.'IW! It, "SESgl4T Plant Af the,11 Funeral, ,service were held Morgan\ .. and TonamleIleasUry. IrHtakiHtyvTTjere& la special In doctor loved that woman after
ti.VT.r woman Pinkham'aCompouad
LIIr.r' ,"' aoo Wntl ".... ,....,. .... u.IoI 'r' oY, t'uwwUt' ........, Wloi1i&.rt; : | jnUlp nal>f'( .lit Tuemiuy, June 30 from the Interment 'was In Ft. wemaa'a JlM4jda..wlalch'weak c.n'. care dramatic
"' "" 11.. ) win fv .. for : Ogden cemetery. with Robarts- relieve theca heat.wa.vee. help
"frt. tAlyMtr f1IVL.oftled'Gas. .u. *iockinf then* makehenrwthluk {the harticwllurUt, Robarta-G ady Chapel for Sy nea*. afvyeuaneaa. aq you cam I taaUjthbrrtrithout costly shots
-- Prescription, about it aorri mote, librarian: a'1f')( TonsccvalienUtanywfetre -run N. Well of FL Ogden who Grady. Funeral Home..1n charge enjoy life'aaauu, So that, you IriUabiUty, I I. soothed hot
$ l i i am willing' ';-'and proud in [the.world. a pr'DCtical. : died of gunshot wounds at hi. of Arrangements. i can one more bean.aJzacturo. flashes,aubsuie. So don't aft and .
-- --- 110 repeat what I said: The- home last Saturday. H*} war;, SAMUEL M. MERCER i ate wife and mother.\ brood and feel unable to help
place,for u*. and fen tarn- and authentic auld for It you are goingthrough toe yourself.. You eats feel better. f
out
[ --- 'ACCUaAnU' C. p ; born In. Miami. July 18.. 1808.,, Funeral service: were' held ,,
.' ..w.. MU, Ht .. awq.lVS. t hi* on 'Sabbath 1 Is In theLord' gardener living in eaIdr, change. *on'" despair. Do a* Get gentle Lydia E. Plnkham
.rttllb.i.I.i/R'f_'/.heel' ... .... fir* "D:,' l |.|5* A retired writer. Mr. Wells I II. Sunday June 28, for Samuel l' countless thousands of'-wonaen' Vegetaite Compound today.oa .
: .,. 1''''. ..... ....... t_ ... 0"-*. ..w.. .rTNf 1..W. .-11$1.Pri House. not In a Discount desert or mountain area allovn is survived by his wife. Edythe' .MJtchel; Mercer who died June
jpi Iflfrtn-....V5- <.:._,r-_._t. Un.OM..f., ce....,._. ...>. Jfuuse.Our_ the, glob S. Wells, Ft. Ogden: one son... 23 .at Arcadia: General Hos; TAe 0en/fe neo'icine with She,senile i LYDIA E.PINK HAM
e... Oldrarl 7e. -- -- .
;.-'c"r.' :: ;;./. rh... WA-h-410$.. labor leader and mangs,_ .. _. .. --'- -. -
tting ro4rlve employer ha --- --- -- ----":-
."'I -1 helped u*' shorten our work }
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\ ,. ,l J.J.I.n' Mot..riaU<, ARCADIAN l.H.rp.N .N. year Ac( hour;' *o, our radjcajly Ume' for In leiur recent w

.! I :::;1"e/ O.r..Nal. .';; W;(CtfateXk than. 'ever. Shuwlti 36th Annual y AH-Floridn I Championship
COMHlTt: UMfDolomit0.f .....14.... .....rlal..rMw .. we not then be able to find
...... C...... .. .. I I 'Ime on, the Biblical Day,. of _
aJi; a.rwt ..t A.;_ "." --
-I Ant to ret1ect.upon mettepQf '
Ready-Mied; Coocrat ;>> thf spirit, upon morality' I ,.,,- \. 1\ -.ort )

I! upon ,simple ri&hi.: and wrong r: .u'" t' .' '
--- t say we should! 1'. ..n"*.'.eUukttl'fsv J. r ", rJ
IIA.Y OsIxld' C.NC IT- __. and l law 'f9rcemeut : .
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.......B .-.-.-<-..'-'ar..,.MI.Mt.. i 6 r fcl-a..." ruthuriUe.q. yt w-b: u.in ,. -
'Cia "."UI.. ."...C. ....._It.. ....., A.*J fit**. ." AI__ *.-U., W.1s With. XPUDJI, t/euylq-I t .1 -
I..rt.wb.N.,1.: ;:: : HNe cuncerc...4: .wllhi, maLudJiuUntn.
...r .f11M SI.' ., :WAMN, )
....ul .. WAI... ..4.f,. I symptoms like Juvenile, dellirQvtljrx.y. 1 1
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',. .-'-" -- .' divorce. dishonesty. ... a
4vkn" disregard; fey, huiiteu lift.*.*

t1r..g.. Trangportation*.5.wicr: I *lAY, that man: : ut these I"U 1
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I I bI. ). Vruud'( be nrvvmUrU,, a USuf.day
..., -.- _:-- were,! uiei by the, fan. "

c ....U.r' k... ./ .,.... Lg.1r1.. .. .0. ,..... lly Wry reitewl/ijg spiritual.start
: ...... ... :u:'. 'oI,rf r ......... .dNINnk1. .......? .c'1.t.1.,1_. ..r.,. '. ..r: :r."! YrLis. m5ld,;de0Meu.pjl- basic v.lfUVS. I 1 ,d aU
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I _.-. .- --_ .-- LET THEf CHUnCJt' oniCNf
I TV Sales, 8j, S._rvicM a YOUR u a'j 1 .

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-- -- We ,all.need f. philosophy V* ,
I ---- D M M | H...4.........>. f.. Ws'th.L brings, ...harper,focu.
\ n'; 1- AAMlral. .Mm. t.V.. to. MM* e..4 .ndlt..I r, .
tfAt TtetMrri CONTROL. IM Qa'thtl A"d..1 qUae fl.
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.T. .lM..U.......! '...w.-4 ..r....._- M WAft I .:..I/N.,.. >>1....C."!ftM M.:::.. '.M.. qp our own *(a Bts t I 1 .fr. .,1 ... /'f.4,. ,
lOM #-
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y S/a/ ... ." I.-....,..... ,.rn.ar a..tN WiU helllyoie, and your family.. '

\ 'i WA...,... e.lMlt'.' '_.....NI.q... .---:-air.,1.ra.q4 1. ., .:I,I''right develop/ MM, working,, wrong;& UndacUa U may be o| Ir Tfe Mmlenu) Fentea I _tens.: ,'- 3 Blocks. : Fr-. Dawntown ArcadiaIULY

,El4It4I4 APpfancpizMe.AAMNOt T.";, 11 !..* Q... .........11..S HIe Y.... cruel to. ..".. bgt, I'm afraid. .* i .'
\.- that moW of, 004; youth, are i-
hornet have madethem. : : .
whau'theist .
i i....r... 1_. 1e+.w.ar....M.Oak..i I M..1,..... RifJlt her* U where ,the/ : 01 4th
e I'' -- WA/.er...nss.OffkASL3pplies.. Tree S.rrfclUMCOAIf church mUd ,corn*. in, strong* 3': .f.u'i P.iii.I : JULY 2 ... ..

i t ---- ..- / and la the In church: the; church-lnpUeuj ol y our< choice; t.

Tall .avlct Trim.ex I boine are the place where Ute. .. ..

.J ; : _00.0V' _. .......k..1 4 .10:::.:.:--.H....:_.b.0.- N._..... I"average,Ij going. young:ta build matt sound or woman moral j /' 't JUL"(31d -. JULY, 411''l
ALL y l ,.. ........ i e
u..o f1Cwr I I .. conclu-. .
k4I&<< plrltual, fiber. In : .r ; _
ta A *gM 0' ... .u........ n. w... ..... a .,
I ...,....,...... W ............. i MV..! 4.111./.N Y..4o N1 M as.32 7 ::; lion lef. me say. that I '.. :$ $
Sunday} ineMunen may b< Reserved' Z5 2-7'S' ,
creating more aplrltual. Joa...1

titan m!UcUl. (afn, .. I .4 -. -< .. .
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Coming Events; rrt Mi it General AJmissieti'- 2 1 2S: $.2: .

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COMING BVBNT, COM ILID IV THfOltOTO .

COUNTY CHAMBER Or. COMMERCE. (Continued trod' pay, 1-:0)). : I Children "'
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'.. .. belag.. Chmeeen Inatlgated
THURSDAY JULY t ,rather than directed by the
I meddowlngj" Khruhebev wlikwhen
Fie"|lei Library. Hetir. lao ,. SJO: P. M, Library. .ull/log. I th* StateDepartment .
,. .... FOR I ADVANCE TICKETS I I. .
worked. out the plan that Was I< t A. '0 '. '_'_
HI 1'waul! *.Club. t:10 .*. M, D.Ste R.at wrai.t.CM4 lo, lend, to ."a peaceful. neutral r PHONEa WA 8-4151

.*ellwe.. L4..,r-, 1:00: ... M4 Fraternal Temale.AUhel mod ,I lnd w. are *eein. the first of BUEE DOGGING -

Anenymetia> t:OO p. M, Ceunty Ceurt. Me t..> ; the terrible conaequeiiceeof i .. 0 ___
t* .what. the leader :oC the VM. .
PRIDAY JULY Sr and our'State pprUne b.n

i >..ltlle Library. H.",., 1.10: t. 10: P. M.. Library' SlMlleln. .. *. wrought; Far from admitting BULL. RIDING
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their crleveua error*, they a.
It, 'Y1Wb' Aellvltt-. : O P. M.>Ye"tH, Center.ATUROAY. ne>preparing .to. level South ,
Africa wt Uh U producing ".... 4. .
i JULY 4- thea- the. revUof.the. co.U.entcontblned. -. ..,. ims r

I P tU..L' r rr. Hetira. UO: '.10". M, Library..ullelng.Y .
I SomedayIt wa with 4w :3i11 Rr (
*.''i-Aetlvti( ... r_. P. MI; Yewth Center. "\ China, and, with Cube there : t i 1

.... Will b* .a ,Senate survey of ell
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UMCLF IRIKE
UNOAY. JULY ft these cruel event, but again ,

KMVICCS AT ALL CHURCHES)' will be too later for remone- FLORIDA TELEVISION L- "'
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ATTEND THI CHURCH OP YOUR CHOICI Soviet hegemony will then
b* .st.nd.d to the heart of tee In

1 Cuml)lete Listing See '*... 3-11 Africa putting In bondage mere PrRSOHALlT'B ON( RIDING .

million* of human being _
MONDAY JULY
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..41.C......,..,...,a.SO .P. M? A.rl.""",. Meet lite Keen RADIATORCLEANING See EloritfaJi' Working C wiaysIHrillint : 4 -

City Cl..fali.: I 7:10;: P.. M, City Hall... ,.... '" 0 :.I. "" '" _,. .. ..

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Nacataa. f\*... : WA 'S-S191 Y".P.E T.SO' p.m. \ r: tO:. 15 IS a.m.a.m. Sunday Italy CommunionIn School 10J N. Brtvard A... WA 8-4101

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Service: 11:00: ..IIL Corner Hlakary and. Whlddai .a*,; 84 Bravard. Arcadia WA OM31
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Prayer Service. _7JO: p.m., Dlbl. School 10-OO: ajn.Mornlnc .
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Da ugh trey; Flower & Gift Shop waning Worship 8JO: p...... Arcadia'Abstract & Title
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Flown For All Occasions W. Invite YOU to worship .h Bldg. WA ..55I

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Sunny.Scuth? Packing Company NOCATEK CHURCH OF COD. West Hickory Street at North Monroe Evanln WEDNESDAY,Wormhlp 7JO: pan. Christ Building Supply Co. eu .:

SUNDAY THE SPIRIT OF. GOD' Prayer Service TJO p.m -everything. T* Build.. AftyU a/*
FloridaSmith's Soctdsy School lOcOO ajn.
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TUESDAY. man wants to be known. a clear thinker. Not only In knowledge hut In .
PSayarS.rvie.7:30: p.m.THURSDAY' logic there Is power. We'can. appreciate the plan of, God! for th* f..lt) Mon pf man CTH8L MISSIONARY. .. '- ,':
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because it exhiblt clear-logfc to the Inq iuir1n9nii'
'XCet'Store Young Paopla $.rvle.7:30 p-at. then to another then still another. If m.in I U, xi dcpritvetl. that het I.I unable to pave East Cut..... SC A r.' Troplcol Termite; Control, Inc.

PartJIUara Faada Ranch' SuppllaeSaddlaa himself, and that he In even unable to turn to Gull! by himself then the salvationof Marti .Ra.ara Ava. ,
)- H.ltora.8..1. man I 1.11 due to God's plan for that man's salvation If Gad has chosen" a people* SUNDAY Mama Oww.d and Operated
WA 8-421 117 W. M.II.Bill then of course Christ died for them. Christ having died for them to save them Sunday School 9:44 ..... O.srat.fPat C.,," .| 8arvlaaM .
NOCATII BAPTISTCHURCH from their n>ns. hey will then IH brought to Him. Morning Worship lltX: ....,. ....,4 and. I.......
In the work of salvatioi,each member of the Godhead has a distinctive part. Evening Warship TJO pa. It N. F-alU) Arcadia i> ae W A .11. aci

SUNDAY. Scripture shows that God the Father made the plan chose the subject of electing' Prayer WXDNBSDAY..,." ... TJO; PJ .. '. II ...
Hirt Distributor. Sunday School 8-43 ..m.. love. and sent the Eternal' Son Into the world lo"a\e thtm. God the Son acceptedthe
Morning Worship 11:00: ajn.TralaJa role of Mediator and Redeemer humbled IffrTiMrlf to be mud man. went to the :
.f Union 8:45 pjn. J & M Farm AIork4t
cross merited Uiero everything necessary to bring Ills people to Iloaven. .

SEALTEST"Oat Th.. ..DAIRY., Oil PRODUCTS".It..,"'. >Cvealnt Worship 7.4S: p-m. God tha Spirit qulckeneil: the virgin's womb nuttalncul the humAn nature of that BROWNVILLI BAPTISTCHURCH J....k'>and Mildred. '.:.............. I
Ho", Measiah, raised Him from the .dead Inspired the scared I record of the Gop l event t 0....... .Preslt Vagpsol..
22B .. Hlllabarawah Dallvary WA .1122 And the Spirit It acth.tIIl.. The Holy'. Spirit works faith In' us all Christiana. and SUNDAY Fraa.. IrM/w J" ....'.* Shrvb

unites. us to (.;hriat. It (is the Holy Spirit of God! that convince us that. we are sir' *, Sunday School :OOO ...... ....... ir laotte A.raaaU.wnraV. PLrldaArcadivSeafdod'Ma&cet ..
FIRST B\APTI8T CHURCH sere and noed (Jo..'. grace; It I* tho Spirit that", enlightens/ our minds In the kimw- UoralnsWonhlp.. liooUnto ': >> ..maTralalag
..... Bfeapaard. Bryan Cjod's. that wills to embrace 1. ....
ledge of Christ; It Is .Spirit renews our perouade! us > ** 8 '"'
Peace River Moving &. Storagel N. ..1 It.& HickorySUNDAY' Christ a.* the :Savior a* 1U .U offered ln written examination given to a-clans' of young people' studying to become WJ.D.U:. AY i. /
and. Lan. DIota.... ..." ,.*'t tAnywhare r Sunday School 943: .. church members<< one energetic and alert tweltt.Nyet r old gave a most practical. Prayer *V Bible) Study.JO p." .
MornlnsWarship*1100; ajn.TralnUMT f' ....... Oati"" rla. K......! Mgr
Anytlma Union. 8:4S: .pjn.f definition of the Holy Spirit. "God In your mind, Thjs Is where God 1 la-If you .' Ala/(...../ ...." and 8aa>rdf i.<. .......
II .. Oak St. WA 08101Cattrtaajr 1 f teams Warvmlp .... .... are one of those who have claimed Christ aa Savior' and live by Him and for Him. t 17 .. I V"" /aa Arcadia .WA ..*7t
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Manraa and Whldd' 114 W. 0....Sirc1 f t 'i %
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