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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 9, 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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System ID: UF00079901:00029
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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RODEO DAY SEENS: W

In perfect step marching National and State Award Winning Newspaper .
with parade. beside their own ... .
ers . Three dogs . Twelve Pages 10 CENTS Arcadia. Florida. Thursday-July 9. 1964 Volume: :XXX No. 41 't.'t' :
small toddler !in the truttin .w. ,
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dollettea hitting herself In the .
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head with her baton and say-
ouch . man walking every % Albritton
few minutes to curb to expec- : 1 Boyd, Top Cowboy, Cowgirl i

torate chewing tobacco .. yr : wel
the after-the.parade look'and '
smell of littered downtown .

streets .. the socializing

when they oldtimers haven't seen meet since each last other Rodeo Huge Success i iDespite

everything Rodeo . the from hucksters poppies with to

popcorn from cokes to cones r

-0-- torrential showers Florida Championship title Welsh of Went Palm Dcach. Winner In the major e _nts
Our thanks to the Arcadia that wet contestants and some with a 401 point count In five fourth. Clemons fifth and were Pete (Clemons Saddle
merchants. They are to be congratulated of the spectators, the 99th Annual event Floyd was also one' of Runt Smith of NoeaUt-, sixth Drone riding. 179
Calf
''I In the points;
on clearing up lit. All.Florida ChampionshipRodeo the clown In the two-day girl's Clov.rlAatr.
ter about their places: of business Thclla Albrltton of Ocala roping. Alton rfiaoii, ot Plant
promptly after the par- was one of the best rod en. quick.turned her mount a. City. 19.3.: UuHtlogglnj Jimmy
ade. ever staged according- to roded Boytl ,unseated Pete Clrnvona. round the cloverleaf patter In Matthews of Lakeland, 4.2 sea
-oIt's officials. of Okeechobee. tltle.hold- IB seconds to win. She defeated onda; nrfre'Hrunc. : rkilng. Iton
hard to keep news from Reserved seats were sold out rr and champion for two years. defending champion Carol nit Welch 17O pffints' ; liuJl-
reporters and this week is no by 1 p.ro. Saturday afternoon Other cowboys finishing In tho Smith of Sarasota who waa riding.I Gene Twn4ts son. 110
exception. The Arcadian has officials said. top money were Gone Toirtlln- four seconds over the IB second points. Only sin et>wb iys went
Just discovered that the Advertising Don Duyji, ," Arcadia businessmancowboy son ol, LAI ado. Mutt Condo win, Miss Smith finished all the way for the cbaln.nr. .
department. Phil Keyes captured J.r. All 1081 champion. ,thirst; Ronnie fifth. ship cawpctltton.Inclwd \ : .
and Maxine Cox. planned a
"merger" this weekend in
Gainesville all very hush-hush If
--but not now! Congratulations Supreme ,Court: .
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The Lions club members will eT .
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be visiting Arcadia homes next a Ruling, Hurts .. ,
Tuesday night selling brooms. wt
Proceeds goes to the valuable N
sight conservation: program ij; r. ,
Small N''
sponsored by the club. Members ,Centres -
will begin the sale about ''WI'" '. asb .
7 p.m. Next Saturday. July 18 ,' i
members will be in downtown "Not ,1r./r'" .Is the\ way D-
Arcadia concluding: the sale. 4. Soto County's representative
It I is a very worthy cause that
,Cnesterflrlrl Smith,, termed the
helps school: children get necessary '
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eye examination and h r Supreme Court's: ruling that

glasses. ,Florida representUves. .b* re t j x'

-oWe apportioned on strictly. a pupu.la .
are extremely happy to I ion basis.Thl .
report that this year's rodeo lYk mould be a. tlevaatat. y.
was one of the best ever stag
Ing blow 1 to'smalr cnuntlcs and
ed. It was a tremendous sue. i A
cess from all standpoints. AU Ut this ,rnore,'highly Copulated'

the businesses, civic clubs or counties control. the slate le x
ganltatlons and city and coun. i gislature/ "Smith Mid.The1 7r
e ty officials and rodeo officials
'I'ft9n""I by the Supreme
arc' to be congratulated for the .
great success: of this years CoUrt' that, Flortd\ reapportion -

event. Our hat 1 b off to all of CHAMPION\ COWBOY Charles two-day event.. The caddie J Is the an* Jt\* represfnlalion In

you. Hill right presents the Champion nual prcaentatlon mail to the wrlnn. both houses on. a ..strkt 1 popu* i
-0-- Cowboy jutddlatto. Aii.>F'>orfd ftodeo'IrrjT'eovrbojr by, Klorhia ''Mnrer ....ntr'..II....'Mbt ......"...... .

North The Temple Mills Baptist Minion Champion( Don Itoyrt. left.who headed 'Uifht Company (Sunniland Studio I se ntattves and rtsidents'lo! eonUrnplal n !
Avenue Arcadia, field of six to win the x
will become a church celebrated a 1964 title. Photo) what such action could
Boyd also served aa clown for the
by special services this bav.IM.\ state .governmentIn '
Sunday at ,2 o'clock. th* future.Oemorratle. 6r
Speaker for the ceremonieswiU candidate. for
be Rev. WUkerson of the Holland Cites
Bute: Senator. boySa
Calvary Baptist Church in Carlton
Tampa. City and county officials Civil Rights Financial Institutions Jr. *ju** ion record aa>liiat. the.. i

as well as the general move and ternsIt. .ursupation", _.
public Ia Invited Law ProblemsIn - - -- -- -
to attend of legislative power .by a left-

the services. Representative a Fourth of July addressat Reflect wing court."* DeSOTO COUNTY LA\V!- Ue. Arr.>tlntf Jayee) are John Maassen,
from several Area
in Florida will BaptistChurches be at Peace: River Park In Bar GrowthA Like Smith he said 'U warn Soto County law enforcement remain jr. and Allen Jay Th young. lady

the church Sunday. tow. Senator Spessard Hoi. the most, devastating 1 .: and dan : a* effective a* always) the Jay wag merely paging hy' when the Jay.

The mlstson .as'organized land spoke briefly of the great sure sign of growth and prosperity in any county gerou blow yet t* ronstllu-& ceea merely, add..! their version to It teem captured. her. She 1.. Undo. I

about four years ago and as a heritage of Americans who Is the cver-increalnir aeta of tanking l Inatltutlons Uonal. government and disfranchised for the 1 Itodeo.. 1 DeSoto County Judge Mrrcrr and the i at t .he .U hoWlnjj .faa
full fledged church under the Gordon J Hay*, and Hhcrlff Lloyd llol' '* three month old fox.
celebrated the loath anniversary Inside the county and from the report of the two th* people' .In the
pastorship of L. M. Simmons .ton! submitted themselves to arrest. (Arcadian I'hoto& )
will operate Independently of the Declaration of In. bank. in DeSoto County prosperity I I. not just around )lane populated counties.

without being affiliated with dependence then went on to the corner It.. here. The Supreme Court on Jun '

a conference. discuss the many problem First Federal Saving and DeSoto County's oldest bank 23lh ordered a Uttee-judg fed. -
--o- facing the American people' eras court In Mnxnl besp..
Two Arcadia Civil Air Patrol today. Loan Association of DeSoto Ing concern Dettoto National. portion Florida's legislature If Tax IOn
Cadets will fly from McOill Among those<< problems he County reports net gain forth reports total ass.a at .*.40.- the slat -.fall. to file a re Assessments Figured '
Air Fore Base Tampa, to cited the new Civil Rights le. period ending Jun 30. IM4.t 342.12 a* of Jun :30. l.... bead",. ;
Tyndall Air Fore hose In gislations, and made the following PC..nS.41. That Ia I actually IIWhode In total asset forD Fund allocated by the. Slat..
North Florida to attend a twoweek statements. more than asset the Association .9oto National for the year to county government "would
summer encampment And .... on this Independence IM344 snow well over a mil. b* controlled by the eight lar
Mike Pridgen and Skipper Day I hope that all of started off with back lion dollar Assets at the be.. get counties populatlon.wu. Same Basis This Jl
Wast will fly !in a Oil toundergo us will think seriously on how when It opened 'Its doors August ginningof IMJ were VtJUKi which are nrowsurd. Dade. Duo Year
complete orentatlonand we ran best show by our dAily 7. 1.U. 7...to. showing/ a gain of ,!,. val.. IfllUboruugh. tb. B.*ch. ;
endoctrtnation to Air constant interest In the affairs At that time total asset were U'.U7.22 at the end of .I...,.. Orange and Plnetlaa. The run '
Fore Life. according: to John of our nation our statr. S264.742.4 Today just six 1164. bin* Dowd. Squadron commander.This our county our community' years later the First r.dor.lreports DrSoio Nation! w.e openedfor counties are well *vr. L90O.OOO ..u> County t.rpeyers roll. hav. already .bn. pcrp.r.d .authorities W all
Sunday the rest of the that we recognize our personal total asset -of ..>..,. "'tJlWM' .In Arcadia In Ito1 I 4ordiag to th* .IMA renaus.Th who have prt..Ud .In th* pest under the .ld aa*.sa.mnf. other. ULna: districts" within
local squadron will stand a responsibility! a* very great 12S3O." with the original dividend and ..... been serving led county e..fisu. for the state .war bout their hJih ,.. .,' tsar pending adoption by led the ruunll. ** Including munieptill -
(Continued on page 2-A) and our own .influence as a raised& from 3H% per with progressive. ,onUnuoui' 4,,31.MQ .IA all.That lion ran .raw. In realpip. "' ,cI. ..... whose. Casa art. a*.
fore which must be cuntinuously annum to th* present 4H' % per service sine*. means fhat Uw eight gel a A..t.Nlor nuttt' b* tali *.ad. on a lax roll" *>r.|..r""l
exerted U th* nation to annum.Dividends.. They report their at a* counties wvukJ. b* able la out when. (In* new Mre* e. .into rnidrlian by. the. by In* mainly"*-**... r. shall
to continue to advance and paid In th* six follow to ate' : **4. the ether M counfVe a. meet law I* ratted out with te* >.i.....ur under In* changed set. the. Hrl rears *'$1102SI!
Gripe SessionOn prosper a* It should. months. ending Jun M total Loan nd dOacounU. $ ."""- .bout 3l:1 I I. '. all property. amassed at .too IMJ r lint} and that I* "m11fI..d' thrwugn 7a.iatJ .......*..*.
I am sure that most of us. aa..a11.11. Total dividends 4T7: banking nous*. 970JMM* *n *ta>r<.U 'of IVflola' sew 4 poisons of .t* .*,.... rtfue 1M ,usage In b*> levied '
Tax Roll have u.pt'mAny times today paid since. the opening' of the furnitur* and tlautre** ttT/* other< weal) 't< about' to* feet that th* wailed AavortoUon are ......2M.7.. well. to1"w 4; other ....u. f...,7.IS; this, 1Hlialton. then ewer roved at tn. .......! /figwr ". The board. .< *Mni. only trump what II w4 in tbpreewaing' I
Set July 14 Civil Right Bail which over th* halfnulllon ....-. U *. Orvernment .......*. >4r, pMe aiiasIld.faith .W. *| 44 percent and .In* nw coMMnMauner/ and Ik.. bnsrdf rear prnprartlonsIe
deal. with the racial division Proof of 'Ian percent *asnMmt would pubu $InslnMUtxt and all (Continued .rs >'A)
An equalisation hearing In* healthy Increas* 034.7** 4 ; other bonds, %M9f And .If It tale MtUM ..,,""-' pags
on among AmertCMM which Haw over the year ran be> sn '43.34, and. eW and due fromfMtton.Hue up abM..'>..fU; frow. *Bp |1Uma' .* strip futw<* tose two-end.*
the new county Las assssnnsntwin Mil .Nnvr a. hiahAMunflag
reached serious proportion* hs Continued an pg 2-A) aa.nu. /X.110-1. -
be held Tuesday. July 14. just been signed by President !1's- x to Margaret M.
when the Board ., CountyCommtesionei Johnson thus becomUut. Ut* t Andy' bas uMiar. for Dfto *

snet *t B nm.II first mater taw in the field of OLDTIMER' MYSTERY PICTURE NO LONCUt MYSTERY County k* taken there Into a r. manat.ralan many factorsto Tampa Industrialist
civil right t* be> enacted sine
warn announced.. her* today Ute tUcMMtrwction dart of *r In siomnaf prvpertwndr Ibm I

by Margaret McAaly. tax a*. most ia. yr **.. Th me*, IJMJ low
..-.. Uaft e6 this srw lAw U a4 a Mrs. Walter SiiNivan Racogmztdgrnd In .law .*...U fr lust vn**.
The tell which Mr*. MeA pleasant ..1ItJft1., Rsryus. : ..i-. WI" M Aafy said but Group Speaker Today I
t7 said t. empleiw. will Mere know. tt many .* the .sass .f In* factors t. b* .*....
furmfafe tax ...... for next .iared *)
eonbmis of VaN law ere a* Lat *
ye. ***. budget *f UM temnnlr Ustastoful to your speaker a. week* myrWry .lady. bee e4' Iha C'huntt of 0... has eigflt .hU*>*n and I. Tte ..Mnt. stall V*>.lw* WIn William. C, <4""ud> Otlrn.c.Jr. Pain, llotM ........,.,.. amid.
stem sod ..... .Lre. ,.. Ptw'paws to any etttam who la bre for wsj. a<* many g....d, Mr*. Shn .barn. .thre'. ....,...... I.-..\ for *arotgfan budget for Oft. aammiMd.. tfcl.* ...... ... f vigorously.. Zionist ftutUvaev, wU W Waitor *, and. Jinnny 0.1)- In. test few yenr nr ntvt .> 2. In aagaest an4:/ bf waI. 10, hdnstrt.devewpaenl. aa Cheas0.r inevebera aravUnrvttod .
yewr will ate b.* peeentod .. pp.wed H on rh. Flour .. Uw $.nhnn whore artwr* wan I,... .as at Arrad, Oht dra.ia ..... -* mrNHedalas wmUn .....irty tad *.. ...x'peeled bfa.gh| .r greeter Tntp* to n* Pt''***".. .John IMn
tn* hoard by Matryd Tyre. ..*>*t* tart O day I nvrplyfrl run Uk* pr rdMkg __-. M,*. irJly dej to eotnrats. a** to t*> put la tn* M*. Chamber .f Cans-.re. ..14eddies. |*w.. manager. or l..e local
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salutary auditor to tin board.Tb that oorUre and e"-. -* ltuntvan. was nw ashtor' nr .y.*. A tweet ..*...- .......... Shasta and In. peer ........... .. &two p. Chamber. Mlet.County .
.rnninmMtnnrri.. (Continued an pace >A) Mr and Mr.*. J.nn c.*.. and pasta nr.. .In *.*. snt *.*... she eM .*>. N} tine ,0riy.. Ida County Cbnber of Corn
....IIorUaCUI. wOt i' .4>i. to son wall aoa hilt .. te. .... .* the at
r egp.L.stuw oat bone tn Vm* *, loft""' nf a. -n. -U s purr Aere* a pun jCMMin mtinate >
........ aee.wawa. if a.yte.glal.ta 44 D.au<* Covnty. m Janwtryto ia .. her h.orewh. eM she lnatntwajr petty. ** ft-eld .hr Tn.r. a*.. ...*.. Any las. 23. fa1r1. das. J1.be"**. wphher 4. TM quaa4ty. .1 ..... .t.., /.
payer wts. thanks that. aw. tausme. Weather She ... erhe of eight e6h. hnmisond *.4 |n..ar how *. UW ,.r".,..ertj.aV O>l.***. WM! was. to> hair
n.t of .,......,.. .., neat hew. told. slder. ... ..... 4V4 Itonn H......** A....... YVv lest ed std property ..-a- test work. ,......... Meets Tonight....
watt ... based. art ass- bata l WOnrai. was nwtrtd lrad .... tad a--I tepluta.ert .b.. **.**ss e.a4hl l after taw JW r 1
w..... IIcAaIy ..... I Report ..... Jvly 71. ..... and. r Mrs,. .... ... CL OIl tinGre valw"' 44 f sny Mhprermeaea .5.. ayrr.. |to out .44rr9* tn* Members. at 104 Vlk ,' .
'1'IIIes........._... ...... they rase be thaw bees am Asedua < .se--na. n fuss .w'ew ..'.....a d. cd. CM****** aaeaabees .*. .the step .*rd' of ce..",-' C. nm.er nmr
ala y .... one a. tr..... .. Hah Leo LesJ a. ...awtly 1de.sMy MN, Tn on nd dews. wm be psp.bM b.ttm.arg _. ? M 71 37Jett' ae14 ge.. a Leoemaa.r. ........ .....- .. I .e t .-v. ...w. .Induatrr. .to tamr .local. BU*. to nr th* .
ylawb.r' I awl _.......... a...ktr, .1.1 '. 'w ** .. taJfary A ..... ..mason. ..,.,... ewq. r wane.. Me.e..." ept.eey T Tk* ...... tram .*** OUn** .spears wlUk the. ... f! budget di&. cuasips.; ''1t"wws
W .... do.dbu..f AprtJ .... a.2 .N A .. AI -.uac nab ,.... plain !'hauq s. chi "' ) salty .. tn* indi.4fi.l *..- reWlLxt p7- .. W'Orr ''''''
,663. a Man X ga peS. N. ..., sop r a..yeTLtt ........ i W, TaeHNMe :,2"Ue al, ..' .IU per .*... *4 Tan a. MMindhi*. Tyrew. rrsrf.ryses*4t r.
o.s.e. Cushy ... a tax Jab 4 I.Juiy 4Mgas 4e ....." .1. I "1'1Wr song the IW..41 .*" rnrle (er and '..*. **..... should, b* wfb lend,
.. .. M sueeraa .. fool a g7 7-s 01, M4rz. she 4e- ..St -..-., .wt- ...........!...*. *V U-*> 0.-d. at ...r*.t to *Q .4 l> n* .V ail yaire.. at r o. MrAatyItahid Job a M.. t- >fj any )too. *r sAme. a....m. Ce.V Cammrnamao: it tams N aU.,.. ''to' (tills.... ,
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,- THE ttwADYAN,. Artadla,.. 'lorida.'Thlugday. JuljrS.! .1964, fraOT.ti1 1)1'
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(Continued, from page IA)' 'berry. ,JRoiSarl:: t" 'Wn\ > :KeithIMosley. ]1 t i l"tjl.on .r1'' Jf 1p'r''iT/I.1I/

In.! rar .Inipectlon at 2 p.m. at ,5nU7llWnktei\: iW\ Walter '.. !I ""L. J.. I 'I,. if'' JI.F.t: ('f :
the youth center. Inspecting Bailey and Larry Crouch. .f" -1/1'1'/ ';''''':(rff 1 fil .' "ide'in this service area. Ex
officer* will be :ICo!. Kelrman --oWe During the past 12 to 18 .taming service the Dell and General

'of Sarasota, and Ron Billup.federal goofed!! And ,we are son month period, a great deal o/ with the? Company's phone and eighteenth In
Aviation Authority and ry. Two week ago The Arcadian Ec hard work has been going on M. Gay of the Northern System ranks first in
croup operations officer. printed the names of theaward behind the scenes to make the out that In terms of number of
pointed
service improvement expansion riot
-- winners at Memori.lGramm.r anid and eighteenth
Little League tournament school and failed to program for the \Viau-- conclusion of this United States in terms of in
>play 'of ft are scheduled to begin to print the name of a young 4j l chula exchange a reality. TH** number of service It is owned by over
In Arcadia.. next week and lady. program has included the construction meiuta' will be realised .000 stockholders. nationwide,
the all .star team haa, been Joy Lynn Well, daughter of 4 of a new work center hare been heretofore has a plant investment of1U10it
"elected. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wells 548 on :, uth Sixth Street. in toau- 40 million dollars.
able to Wauchula :
The six local teams ended North Illllsborough Avenue, chula the installation of new
th* season In the following or- maintained a perfect attend dial central office switching subscribers.. One of these

6wr. : Methodist, won six, per- ance record during the past tTtltage. 100C, Nocotee. lour school ;yeai. Certainly such a i, of additional outside plant far .automatically Insures that
and three, .571 pct., Idler; three dedicated student merit re- dUties. to a disconnected number Growth
And three, 500 pct.. CTC. three cognition. Work on the Installation of be intercepted by a rea I
and three, .SOU pct.; Hodges, Mis Wells, we are sorry. ftri.M4 the new dial central office announcement at the
thrfte and four. US pet.; andChrist Keep up the good work and switching equipment has been office. One of the many now'r(Continued from page 1-A)
no wins. we'll try to be correct: next Y moving along rapidly and will improvements to be the following figures
f' Delected (for the all-star team year. T t t1 continue until midnight on July provides more onm
I -re, Danny Manley IteynoidJLqwaru 1. i 11, 1964. Then, at 12Ol: AM.on move from one location e assets are listed first and

*, Ray Blount, Jackie: July 12, the newly installed other within the service second figure shows the
__ equipment will be placed into and still maintain the same The figures Include
Beam} :Tpny Quldr), Murray ._ ,ains. :
fira/mon.) Wily N e a_). Eddie Rotary Members Service and the present old phone number December 3... 1958 $838,433
In
!!.:!.\1Wn Hex Smith Chris I .ir4; equipment In the adjoiningroom Telephones In service $371,713.26', December 31.
will be deactivated.J : Inter-County Telephone
Oft| Darell,Head, Larry West
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Begin New YearNewly N. Johnson, President of tem have now reached $1.394.027.74. 753.37199.;
I Inter-County, stated that this 8I.OOO. and 700 people are 31, 1960, $2,3 2,179.:
elected officers and will be a red-.letter day for both ployed to operate and ., $938.75127; December 31,
Assessments the Wauchula subscribers and the system which Includes
members of the board of directors $2.901.811.61, 549032.60
Inter-County. He further stated OOO miles IIf long distance ::
of the notary Club of
29 31. 1962. $3,500.220
that this service improvement cuits lacing together

\;(ContInued'.the .Increase from of the pace general 1Ao ) Arcadia for, the assumed Rotary office Year Tuesday 1904- GOING TO W WASHINGTON:-De- Y.ma,. Karen Ames. Linda Carlton, required and expansion expenditures programhas of almost South Changes Central and 13 and counties $598,40920; December 31, .

Soto County 4-H Club delegate at and Sandra Copeland traveled to the 4219371.09, $719.15028;
level of ........d value over 63.At $2 0.OOO, and la tangible Florida. An estimated .
tea preceding: year". the helm, 1* Stafford the ,National Citizenship ,short coursein Capital under the direction of Mrs: evidence of Inter-County's faith gate urban and rural, 30, 1964. $$4.589,12850

Tills la the law Mrs. MeAnly Wells, who was unanimously Washington, D. C.. are pictured Ralph Ames. (Arcadian Photo) In the continued growth of ion of over OOOJlpeople'' 41, .
said and 1C It .lint obey. elected president for the com above just prior to departure. Nancy Wauchula and the surroundingarea. --- -- -
His .Immediate aide RC (COLAFUN SHOW FRIDAY 1:30
44. any, taxpayer can seek reotin ing ;year. .
lt the courts. .. vice-president Is H. Lee In citing the unusual growth Free.With6. | 'RC' Bottle Caps
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/ to County Is assessed 37 Barrett one of the newer In Wauchula and the surrounding Feature Film"THETIME
ptl means $1 per $.000 members of the club. area, Mr. Johnson noted
<>( taxable' valuation.. Of this Th. remainder of his. staff Holland Cites Civil Rights Law: :- that .in 1940 there were only MACHINE"FRIDAY
tte) school board gets 20 mills consists of the treasurer and 233 telephones In service. In
fine) the county Is run on the secretary, James E. Mundelland 10 years time this figure had REAL
rther 17. mills. The amount of Colonel Read D. Harding, Jumped to 740. However from
each mill will raise Is respectively. Member of the (Continued from page 1-A) this. new and highly distasteful It la upon their action that 193O to mid-1964 the telephones ,THRU 1Ifm. I I FAMILY
drtrided. Into the :yearly. budget board are Judge Gordon Hays, aory legislation. In such a' field. law Several of Aa more day and upon, that foundationthat in service have Increased to I
: sum to be raised by pro.pfrty' William S. Fletcher and ex aa this la wholly inappropriate controversial features have already our nation has teen built 3073. It is growth such .s'' MONDAY FUN!
taxes. The result. Is the offIcio, Richard E. Anderson to carry out the desired been ruled. ,, the this Mr. Johnson went on, that
the Immediate past president.One result For we cannot, by co upon by and ha written In .Ita history
riHage| I rate" Which determines necessitates and In fact requires Central Florida's Own
;; the sUe of Individualtarblls. of the early official acts ercion make people like each Courts such as the question of a* I have said earlier, the large Investments to Im-
{ of this newly elected group other better or work and live segregated public schools and greatest success story of all prove service and expand the "Bcverlcy Hillbilly"BUDDYEBSEN
A' call meeting for the Florida will be the preparalon for together more t'ordiaUy.liut the question of segrcated use of ... facilities. ,
the official visit of the district the fact la that the civil public property.Other most. objectionable
Tax Assessors As. and
Qtate Aa I think of thai( day J. C. Gabbard. Group Manager -
sedation ha been set .In Or governor, District 696. Rotary right. ,bill has now passed theCongress features such as the that + ', ft*-:|j|pa-ajganrtgj
imperishable
act a* we ;c2
International to which the Rotary In the\ regular so-called public accomodotions for the Company In Wau ; *
Undo ITrldar. July 10. for the way recall the ringing In, old Philadelphia :,
discussion of the pros and cona Club. of Arcadia belongs.Chauncey prescribed, by our Constitution. title and the fEPC or equal of the Bells pf Liberty chula, noted that the additionof ttiutctt1 p.ltril p. ,: MpLOMpBBmEMMAYISIOM\ J
of the) new assessment law W McIntyre of 8U It has, paased by a large maJority employment practice title will sound the new dial central office ,
whose has been heard "
VI r.. McAnly said. She plan. to Petersburg has arranged to vii of both House, has been be promptly subjected to vigorous round the world and will never switching: equipment will necessitate I i E EN.KsirOUllf JHillll1OO h
attend.ARCAMALMtlVEIN. It Arcadia Tuesday July 28. aigned by the Pile dent, and Court challenge I a complete number .
cease to ring clearly: in the
and during his. stay, he will has become ar'part of'our law. I believe that the pendulum, change. for all subscribers In .
ear of tree men everywhereperhaps -
address the club at its luncheon Iii spit'of own long and vigor of our national philosophy has the Wauchula. exchange. To
then confer with the president objejctlona', a large majority swung. too- far to'the left, how w* may' better realize facilitate this change a new Plus on Same Program48'Minuteg'of
and secretary for plan. tlf the Congress has passed too far, to the side of too great resolutely we must meet supplemental telephone. directory '
THEATRE fling the coming year and after, It and It U. clear that at .least haste too great coercion the challnge of the hour,which Is being prepared and will. Sheer Disney Delight!
confront and which
dinner will attend the club. ... as of thl. time a. large majority too little persuasion toleranceand us must list all of the new numbers.In -
U. 8. 17. NORTH sembly. of the poplf of our country understanding. I believe be solved .In such a gray; aa to addition to the Wauchula A.T DI8NIIY,

5 Mile It ta planned' to conduct the, hay 'approved It. that It will swing back; Inevitably allow our nation to continue to listings. Bowling I Green and

WKDNfctOAYSATimpAVPlight district governor onOUr of Some ot thl* law I 1. good and and that the final stand be the shining atar of freedomto Zullu Springs .listings will also I ll.
the places. and establishment .c ptabl... Much of it In my aid l which wilt ,determine the which the eye: of '''free men be Included In the supplemental ....r ......"
From
AshyloVul ol Interest throughout DeSoto opinion la. bad and unconstitutional basis on which the two race everywhere are lifted with edition. Mr. Gabbard also per RACCoeN'I
..ra'nseRichard I will llv* together peacefully: hope and conftdnc. 'We must '
County. .,. unreasonable, unfair to : pointed out that the new directory ; _.IUAWI
Wlemarkand the Southland! tor difficult It In our nation must depend write new chapters to add''' to will be delivered priorto ,.....

Blues not Impossible. ; enforcement.We upon what. both race find to 'th* American story the the cutover date. Admission Prices
Late
,, Too have the clear right to at1tes0t b* tolerable.In greatest success story of all Discussing the Telephone Co- Children 35c Students 60c Adults 75c .,
....ky.. Daren ,- ,the ...8AUm.. I bop w* .
.. t It farmera-today )uaed lS di, Ay persuasion? W repeal Imes. : mpany'a efforts towarcV *naln- : --- -- ".
a."a gt"v.
equipment and method. In agrl-T those ,portion which w*: do ahtaU not, teaort to bitterness -
'
4UNOAY TUESDAY culture. It would cost the housewife ,''not approve.,We,have both the much lea to violence. C4 ,
right and the duly" to challenge. any kind and I hope'we
Diary off A Madman an extra 95 on her weekly
shall' recall that whewgood
always
tnj the Court thOM portion
V Intent else;,"rU' gresa grocery from bill. agricultural Through pro r*". which"we think. ar. Unconstitutional. : citizens do not obey the 'SAVE..ON FORMSSSrapn

Dobbs search though we arc saved But *a law.abldtitg cltl- law they help to bring about a
Ft. I an estimated IS-milllon a yearIn wens w. have' nd right to defy breakdown of government. This
Clint, Walker Is time for patience, restraint,
farming production coat 1C; and ,no1,choice, but to obey, a

...,...- ....... -_.__ .. '. .. self-control and tolerance.
...... -.. c. ,
'" .. -, 'O _... Somehow I feel that even Ii.
this difficult hour our florid
.d people, both white and colored
ti4
will respond In a very fine SIZZLERS I

" STRAIGHT-fLlNt i way to this challenge and that

''' \ B'I' 012 CU. FT. .DESIGN' we lovely difficulties shall: state.have in our a minimum good am o.


This..la a Um for confidence
la ourselves aa well. as confluence
In our nation. In my last
remark .In the debate on civil ljf

GENERA.LILELEG.J1iL: i right bill shortly before the
; final 'vote In the Senate! a >
udd a brief statement expressing
t M. '

..aLbEFIJOSTEFlICERATO'l'.- : the South in what my after would complete usage happen of confluence the In l- : tf Y t'' .L !4eL t


bill. I shall repeat that state
ment her and I nope that It
will express the feelings ol
I most of us. I said there on the
benate Floor and I quote -
lT'N ; 1hii1 "If I may speak for a moment __
-: 7 : about the area which 1 _

represent. ,, In part the great
,
I I\\ wtDe Southland which for the : -
_
;f nrtt three-quarters of a ren
_
tury ,of our Nation' furnishedso
much of 'It* leadership -
I mutt say that w* will not
DIAL UIOST CONVlHlfNCti only: survive this experience,

I .i protects while .......rieCHlUEt but we,will com through with
t- a flying colon with continued

TRAY HCHOS( 2'&lS. "...lcpment.nd prosperity -
,,
with continued blracial. pro HOT BUYS ON BIG rOKOSt Our record sale make possible record saving on M
-Ideol. for t*...fti. soft .S.h gnaw_ In many field throughcatactentlow our *64t! Get today's price on our Super Torque Ford Calau.. winner of more '64

r and rontnulng" rf NASCAR races than afl other cars combined
rtmcR lutes and I better wlthoot'
C rtnl WIDTH *-
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much of the disorder and law -- -
I rlde4iteged ,do*. fW, tofefyMAO4C Issaneas ...1b1dalnacl7.

reared Ita ugly need in other
( casein PSHOfw part of the Nation.and which
+ I fear will vastly Increas*."-
d*.ra Skit a* the concluding sea
tone *t that hlaten* Declare. r
i Uoa. just before their own sgnahirve. -

Theme Jefferson iWa.Jamiit t
'" Franklin John Adam ;
Mid their heroic associates. ..poaad.1" f4
$219 thte sentence which 7
hall never' ,b* forgotten. fey
free tnwn everywhere and par
ttruUrty yaU Amrtrana '
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s. And for the awpport' et Uua HOT BUTT OH rMXONSt Save on Amnca'a !9 aj HOT BUn OWrlirUu si feiii '
Espy sportacar favra1compact .-
.... ... ....... ......., I4 A ....... liana Declaration' ... the with protection a firm*f Du rw ** ? and get!". phrthett nde L S sore coon!- tt-l+oth ab low. ao. fxites<. Choiu of 2 Slay.
tuekf. w th new wdee rear heed Improved and 3 Ya't. Y+Cbding the
wine rrvtdnr. v* mutually s..ne bat+c vu..a powers etas
i and ettra insMta wvwf 'amcofjotw&! : .
pledge to KIll other our Uv ., ,
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THE AR'C" DtAN. Arcadia: FTorfka ; ** r' set's
Thursday, July: 9/1964
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ARCADIA .h.. .. u -C-- .-. -- "
LIVESTOCK-.M4RKET:: ..'grqtwylry" m...... r o v .wo.-
1 I'M' t1fI : ;tweaMihre( an 1J.n)7i.r;; :

"livestock( I IR I'' r I Seven Auto Deaths ,"I-" n ,& ..cte e u .,
: 'pca1 : i" noon 1Mo. eit ns ll&"' a M." I ri"

,
: n I 4t :
>> Ayca01,rcsumlttes were .re -) ''f 1
July I 194Stoclter Mar State
1 Holiday tiM tfW :.40-24 year old brat 6,
Slaughter Steers Steers Y k5', >>+t. itiit1'\nor. males thah fe-,-
tales i Ages of drivers) With,;
Stdn $16.00 Good $16.00 to $18.00 + er Seven traffic deaths, marred. t.es, Ilirdcc had ....... ftan tb dye highest. accident rate Vere
Uty 14.75: Med l.00to 17.80 the Fourth of July weeke t.i ftwr'Seeresuta s$ M. Owe ekftht.PinelbM .?. stoups between 28.34ti the
'CUt 13.00 Com 10.XKlo) 13.75 ")vcr the state, with' a total of twJye and Charlotte next between 33-44. .year*,old..,.
xtein: deaths In all from ether one Out of the total state iccUvx
Inf
Slaughter Heifers S.OOto 11.50 i auses. D..e>oU County was On a st...tXvTdc level for the dents up to March 1904. which J
Stdn $14.50 to $15.50 Stocker Heifers c 1 ct I:' <"->t\g the more fortunatecounties month of> Match 1964. there was 41.127 with 38O fatalities.
with no fatalities. were a total' of 14,341 motor most of the accidents were
Uty 14.00 to 14.75ted 13.5010 16. 5 During the first three montls vehicle aecMenta with 10O fata caused by local residents ktath-rfr'

Cut 13.75 .Com 12.00 to 13.25 of ltuJt, DeSrto County: had litiea and 4.997 Mt He.. Forth er than tourist fend Wer* in -
Int S.OOto 13.00 only 2> aretoKnt reported re! same month 1963. there daylight with the cause of ss
Slaughter Cows wilting in nift... injuries and no were' only 13.69-1: accidents I I.. accidents listed as ""excessive

Uty $14.50 to $15.50 Stocker QwwCut' deaths, according to flKUtvs 067 less than March of this peed." _'j *
released: from the State Department yean |, r' "
12.75 to 14.30 Med
19.0O. w v of rublto Safety However further investigations
Can 9/O, to 12.00 Com. 12.76 to 1'.70Siaugh'ter + There were only ten other\ show that 19
Inf S.OOto 13.90 counties 67 the number of wrecks resulted in
out of thej in .
Dulls 1 ..tate that had no traffic ac- f 12 less death and 2.027 less i I Holes Better ..
Uty $15.50 to $17.00 Stocker Bulls ,idrnl death In nearby cvinia. Injuries. This la contributedto .iH-
Cut 12.00 to 15.75 Med IS.OOto 14.75 the growing use of scatbelts HandlM aka putty Hard cn Bs.weN
checked statistically .L
which Is being -
Can 11.00 to 11.25 Corn 10.00 to 1&25 SHORT and SWEET for a period of time PLASTIC woOlt.
.
...... .= The greatest number of accidents I
Slaughter Calves Stocker: Calves for March ncrured be 1M Qom/-Aoo.p4 N.D kalbnsity

Good $16.00 to $18.50 Good 16.76 to $20.00 PAHADte FLOAT- Members day. Story apiH'an< f in Cirucc Smith: Over 90 per rent of theworld's ,I I;:-- ---------- --- -- .tIf...
the ArcadiaVomao.s Club presentedthis Chit Chat column on |*IK '-, St-ction U) lakes are due to action
Stdn 14.00 to 17.25 Med 13.00 to 16.50 float in the Rodeo parade Satur- ol glacKr* Klh. cackle j..
Uty 12.00 to 15.00 Com lO.OOto 14.00 yowl wheeze. honk, bark, -

Iii!. 10.000 12.00 jgruan and. snore Schoolsof 1 i

. Slaughter Waters Arcadia Peace Cor. Test Planned 11 shrimp snap and groupers p -1
Good $17.00 to $19.00 Stocker Cadres 100-250 July (fUhrs of warm seas) boom

Stdn 14.50 to 17.50 Good 17.00 to $20.00 General Residents of DeSoto County Bola, of 413 Mira Flores R.tad American. walk dipper
Uty 12.00 to 15.75 Med! 15.7& to 19.00 Interested in joining the U. S.Peace have already taken their tests searching fur food using their Oak Street, P.O. riots 070. Arcadia Florida. 3J 2t. Earl' E.Netberger. .

Com 14.00 to 18.00 HospitalHOSPITAL Corps may take the and art awaiting assignments: wings aa much as they do IK editor>publlsher; Margaret O. Nelberger. bo*<- ?..
Peace Corp Placement' test at They will work ss a te.,1in flying Goldfish play an Important ness msnager. Entered aa Second Clams Matter Oct...... IT. ..y
Jot 10.00 to 15.00 ADMISSIONSWeek the main Post Office building Community Improvement leaching role in controlling potentlal )1B24.: at the Post. Office at Arcadia. Florida, under Act Of
of June.. 29th Saturday July 11, It was reported civil defense and health caused 1870. "
water pollution Congress of March 3,
879 head of cattle and calves in the offering Slaughter
.
.
; here this week.QuHtlen.r' thearpy. They took their test
E. C.red" Welle Gertrude by industrial wastes ,'.. IlditortdAssociation
.
steers scarce heifers scarce cows .59 to 1-.00 higher bulls are at the post May 9.Thr Member Florida Press Association National
steady, and calves steady. Stocker steers steady, heif- A. Jamiesan.Reeves Connie Clyde huff Lowery Geo. office right now and must be IVace Corps are In need More dollars than I Is twenty.three spent' annuallyon billion International Conference of Weekly New*, :.

ers steady to .50 higher, cows steady to 1.50 higher, and Edward O. Lowe, Leon Wise, filled out before taking the of farmers, 'mechanics nurses, packaging 'lit the U. S. paper Editors. Sigma Delta Chi. ..

calves steady to .50 lower. 69 percent of the sale stocker, Elizabeth Wilson Ben Robertson test your The test aptitude will show directors -" doctors \ocatlonal workers and Almost one out of every, sin Advertising Representative. FlosWda Press Service. .
Lee Albert Wilson. technicians A preliminary American family members. '
16 percent cows and 44 percent of the cows slaughter. Anyone IS Gainesville Florida American Newspaper n.pr..t..6.
Martha McLendon. Avie O. years old or more, training course will be given on a diet either! for health or ;
Neal Nate fleece Cleveland unencumbered, may take th* to all acceptable applicants.The appeoranre's sake Ix>n- New Vo.k. New York Atlanta Georgia; Detroit MlchtfaaV. .,
God Area Barn Mercer Lei Messer. John test for ...assignments many test will begin Saturday dun theater program frequently Six Moaths )
Church Of Fire Taylor. Catherine Hunt Jean undeveloped!' countries' in the morning at B:SO ajn. carry the name "Walter Subscription/ Ratea>One Year $4 OO; S3.2S. w,.

Williams. Jackie Dewitt. Will- Far East. Africa. Latin AmerU IMinge". lit the cast which I Single Copy Malted-U Cent*.
Revival Set ,Set.
Damage iam Smoak. Karl E. Carlson. ca or the near East. The best thins In life are means that 'the part had notbeen Copy of Back Issue-X3 C..... .,
Two
Near residents of Arcadia. free It Is the wont things that cast when the programwent .
Dr. Robert (Bob) OTJsnnon. $50,000A HOSPITAL DISCHARGESWeek Mr. and Mrs.' Albert Cvtran- "
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are so expensive 'to
former DeSoto high school -- press. .
of June nth -- n -- -- - N
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graduate and a. graduate of fire of undertermlned origin Woodson Benton. Leon Wise.
the University of Florida willbegin totally demolished a barnon Horace Walker, Stephen Tay .Q
revival service at the the Earl Carson Groves lor. Mary Jane Clark. Wanda .. L -- .. y ...
Arcadia Church of Cod. Sun. south of Brownvllle last Tuesday Patton and baby Elizabeth EfTA1UlsM0 ',,k ..tf.

day July 12 through 18th. It at 2:20: p.m. according to Brown. Clyde Lowery, Cert N ,. I
was reported here this week Leamon Tbmlinson assistant rude Reeves, Ben Robertson :ocft BEDDI G

by the Rev. Robert Johnson Arcadia fire-chief. Connie' Huff.W. 9 V 1
pastor. The departments Dodge 500. D. Whidden. Fairy Thom ATI*>ACTION OUAtANTlSAAH ,
With Dr. OTJannon will be gallon pump truck was Inadequate as. Albert Wilson Ted W.II....
his wife and two children. His to fight the fire which Elizabeth Wilson George Jamleson. lod<*tV Mattresses ... I
wife will be In charge of Vaca- was already out of control when Martha McLendon. Edward and Bx Spring are mode! I I
ton Dible School which be. the truck arrived. Lowe. John Taylor Will- In avr awn foctaryl i

fins each day at B:4S: ajn.CXBannon The barn housed two tractors lam Smoak. Katherine Hart. DELUXE FOAM MATTRESS ,'\
was an outstanding an International truck f
scholar and athelete In spraying machine plough disc BIRTHS '' .
-.I and MATCHING BOX SPRINGS RO
i both high school and college. pruning outfit, drums of gasoline Week ., June. 2thMr '4i. :
[After his revival here he will and drums of spray. The and ),,1)-.. Robert L. Randall f. UNCONOITIOMAtlY CUABANTCtO* $49.9S
,1 leave( to be in charge of the damage was estimated at close Girl. Teresa Luvonla
iChijrrh of Cod missions In to 30000. Taft D7.... caretaker Randall. .. ., \
North Africa and the Medlter- GOWN .. r
of the grove said It was AUOWANCIrWYs w .... 'I
rean areas.O'Daru owned by Mrs. Earl Carson week DEATHS.f June 'fth ,? c r ,,, a, Mw N DWYER= .....fIW' .
n Is dedicated to the
and that the insurance wouldbe t.1
f mission field. Pastor Johnsonsaid inadequate to cover the Cleveland Mercer. a U : '
[ and turned down several -HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS' I .. .
Important professorships to en. loss.City .. 1' .1 l l.i/a.n ......... to ....... ftff.af M.. r
fire department heads Week of June 22nd 1 .. ......... ... .. .
ter his new work. An Invitation rh t d f.e.t a '. Me Ia M
to his friends and school have appealed to County Commissioners Fort. Louise Sweating b f/7 0.......Law ..-. ... ...tMN.... a.f. .L t t tt, l1 J
mates to the revival Is cordially to set up some type Miriam Grady Jane I .,.0....-._ .*..MM ..* .av...* $/*..l M.. ; ealt J .
of fire-.flghUng program In the Forbes Mary Mvrvt-feeja M.tf>... a ... 'trrtn |(*,tt Mt r +. ., } N
extended. -ounty. Fir chief Iceland Gam.rag. Clark, Battle Moon Juliusrugate. 1 II ala H...l.fliK M.a.... a ... tpr' .MeMat S t* a a 1, .
and Councilman Danny Thomas Wldeman. Rsy Mw..a S I.e **>+* 3/3 | f MMroM a .
Jbersol. will meet with the mond Christ. Edna Randall. = :i-: :::::= 4 a.e t** l e/a ,f1> ,*S sMBcutcockb (y ,elf, 4 I
nut CI'IIEf "ommlssloners In the near ,fu. Woodson Denton Bobby t
Hipp. Stephen Taylor. Wanda .
ure to discuss the problem.
Patton W. D. Whidden. Cilia .
beth. Brown Fairy P. Thomas.
: Horse Walker. N J. Drown. '' "\ FAMOUS INNERSPRING MATTXESS ,
2
CorporationsGiven
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HOSPITAL DISCHARGES and MATCHING BOX SPRINGS "

Charters' Week ef June find QUILTED 1 QUEC9f t'.01\\"

Torn ', ECONOMY KJHG .....J (
Rhonda -
J. B. Fender. w ., NyNaMt/A MAfhitt '
hav ,
Twd hew corporations Ithson. David Young. Ora Al- / % 1 t Os /fe1N0

f been chartered In DeSoto brltton. C. O. Godwin. Grady ). /*4 ceas'M Menw.e ..4k +
ow
County according. totinfortna-. Fort. Sam Whltloek. Mary r .ei- S ..d tt.ltatti. y 1
lion received- today from th. Brown Louise' !tweeting And ...+r.e TseM r W
office of Tom Adams Seere.Ian baby Clyde Adams, Miriam I w t I .1 s. Wei O.ar.d aA. / .
11' .
RACKS '810 bf'State. This. Is the fourth = aa ax *
NIGHTLY M. corporation to be charteredIn 95 M...... Mr se-1., D il Mi4e
Virginia Albrltton. I)0I I lib I j
tile past two months. L Rude Halts Moor. Kate Slur iq.I race Ie.dsq Sorb ndi
MATINgfS DeSoto Groves Inc.. Route gan. Raymond Christ. Kln...leWsldron. h t.i'
yvaEb
2fgUUSVJJS.(WEDNESDAY 2. Box *12. has been chartered Hsle Reer. Edna HOLL '< I
AND -
SATURDAYSEASON with aa attthtftUed stock df Rsndall. Thomas WidenMfl.IRTHS .1. OUTfiT'f' r
333 shares of common at $1OO D.bby Ittpp. y NEW YORKER ; :
per snare and waa filed Jun
JOth. Dewy A. l>7e. Ora4en .
ton attorney. wick ef June **.tfAt. $4995" /

CLOSES 'The corporation will deal and Mrs. Buford Kills
In citrus business and th* Incorporators PB,t n. Boy,. John Wayne Pa-
AUG. 6 are J.O ..HendersonBrck toa., I
and Lulu L. Brock bot* /,
ol Palmetto Fla.; and Thomas DEATHS
/ORDCOMiORT:: L. Trunnel. Vivian D. TYunnell. w.;. *f J-". t2nd

.'both of Waterloo." lew.*. Jvlsu rugate.Bam ,
Another'tCOCfVMVUOVt known
SArt ASOTA at' De9Mo Dewlopment. |ne.. Mercer./_ r QUILTED TOPSltMBER $1
KENNEL CLUB with an auu.on.l.k *t .' h1 .
QUCEH .
; /
$300 per share, laM been filed -
.etU.L 41 Ml
by the wine group at the same Judge Changes 1l BOWN
r4e.*.e t Read ssTi". aisa. ", '
.ddreP.. a ..a UVEltS asiI... .u.. Tf? ..
Court Charge- .L $') DOwN $ A 9'5 :* ,

DtUVUS awllndiI.er. .
Charge against fbastnie. BetCher .- Lu r., F
,
I JHHlU'I1NO MATnHS .
17, erf AreiKlfea.. were reduced .
in CDtssrty Cant t* rein .* X___ e* *.. .s"<... Iii .. e.A Mo.,,'"R. fie. fprl.tig .'
.l Oviiti leas drtvfcnsi. after MS .....u. 1,, .1 ... ...... N h? a ea .s.s. ..... *.w....v. e* sew --- ...... tefl.d ILM..JA4lA'. tM&a /

.g.tteu- it... ... r.poel.d s : +but r+ he.i:..=.t nct...d. b Q.s y ,'4R414* Od Ed,. 'i

... A fVfflt
7Jee raartM svw out af .1 Mm.w w ATOMLV $1, ,

it ace repevXed .... .,... .' r .h. ,.,. 'nM ... ,I.-!' .
by tsrvmd* tn< sari',
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tr. r -... Ne ... P>tr4, Oetrfter, new iakussi aj t &c/coct :;;
.. I. s .t..fyusma ..... tarsi/-4 ,:
:w:&:jr &.;. ..'..n.I SSMSTSW with the NsusslOeard '''' tfJ..
s- ae leer .as -....r '" .' plan. .* one th* arv I -. r .
I -i ya. ASSOCIATE STOItl* ** y. '
sass by estssai'. Ilr..a Aoeeeo. ed servww. IaN tar.... : t : > fro ',
......rte Tor Lswa.dtt 17...... 'nlaC ,*** .......... wW dew ; 4t t
\e s.. pee 11r.h.. ... w ......... sassed. ..... a 1Ike Arcadia Music i Fllrllitllre Store
...... ....e .... ....dp ---- .... of t4on 11I.an.... -
seals. M. new ..... art ..... .. ir- -
a..as ... heart. a.aa.. :Miss 'l. K wsta..e.e vsrled -rf <
r tkurgK was ePMuMols
pfL4.. 33 I I ** ft '1 w r
alAILCY I' W. o.k St.WAsf73t1 .u
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':' fp111Na. TH* HUfJ ok COUTH.... CtffTRAL, FLORIDA' 4-A TIlE ARCADIAN. Arcadia. Florida. Thursday. July 9. 1964

lot>t4.' W.. o.I'....;, .Arcadia. ;. Flerltfeisoi FOR SALE -IT'S inexpensive -

'f PriONII'WA $.., OR!,WA' ;**BI, HAVE OPENING For two to clean rugs and uphold ry wife and a member of the Arcadia Chapel with the Rev. Raymond CARD OF THANKS -*!t>>ur

.. (2) men or women to sir.vies with Blue Lustre. elcc'rlc Church of God L. Hayes and the Rev. J. J I recent sad loss leave U4 with

'. Classified: cent per:word..Minimum charge $1.00. Fuller Brush customers in shampooer 91.OO. Arcadia Rent MusicFurniture ; S I She i* survived by her husband f Martin officiating. grateful hearts toward .neigh

: DeSoto County. Florida. D al- Willie N. Baker two his mother bors and friends. Their comforting
tie Is survived by
In Store.
,* .Display.Advertising. caiiflfd) Section
,1.2 per ers now making $gO and better 41-c children A. C. Baker of Vero Mrs. Carrie Florence Alderman I, expressions of sympathyand

.;f colil4nch.! Minimum( "..acopl-p6 t *.'Inch. very week. For particulars, I Beach and Mrs. Grady Knapp Sams, of Arcadia and his wife I thoughtfulness will alwaysbe ..

.... .. 'All' classified. ;. cah'wfth?
":-bd'establurtied accttunrwnh:ThftVAleutian: '; or Phone 9241422. MRS. MARY L. BAKER f Eddie and Bill Culver of Arcadia Arcadia; his daughter :Mrs. I Larry Neel and Family

: Jltfe NOTICE TO BIDDERS \ Funeral services were held I and two ."ten. Mrs. Fay Donald T. Davis of Zalfo Spring I 41-p

.' Ddllrrfor' cw.iil.M: Wednesday:. .:00 .... ---- '- "INVITATION FOR BIDS' July 7 for Mr Mary L. Baker, Stewart of Jacksonville and *, and three brothers. Dr. -
+ I ,p. s 1. [. PART OK PULL TINS WORK Sealed bids will be received by
rOII ADO'D IMCOMSW Route 3, who died July 3rd At Mrs. Bessie Norman. Ballknob Daniel R. Sams, of Bakersfield.
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Classified act potbt rAverage
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% G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital
MCUII ACCOUNTS Arkansas.
-per'lrtch... a local hospital Mo., and Harry H. and Paul E. PAINFUL COR! S? r
/ Reliable man or woman wanted a*
,... ... :. J Ji i' ........ 'In thi* area to service rout In the Office of the Su Mrs Baker was born April Service were at the Arcadia Sam of Arcadia. AMAZING LIQUID

' AS
ANACIN BUFflRIN AND PAIN
." Until 11:00 A. M Eastern Stan- Rev. Robert Johnson I RELIEVES
the
officlating -
..'mailed l ; tiQ tats.: /.t. I.AsfR I ASPIRINS caM fhrouoh. our came to DeSoto County thirty Dyal. J. H. Holloway. Gilbert
t latest modern vending machine mhandy dard Time Monday July 28, She was house- Interment was In Joshua .IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY

e,.':c; r..itakf; .charged-at eU5th.d! rates. will..tlJ-bo_. for location which .thi..Dealer comI 1904. at which time all bids year ago. a Creek Cemetery, with Robarts- Smith. Billy Maltby Barney Now ...- .....Liqu4.Frs.w.i.- ,
puny secure
I McLaln. C. J. Carlton. Jr.. Roy _uh ._-a.
""i (. :" .' I. ,K. ; I I' ships now being _'ob'and -...- will be opened and read aloud, LEGAL NOTICE Grady Runeral Home In chargeof Johnson and Frank Apgar. I....... pe.. instantly. work below the
-. pointed upon our acceptance Will .
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m for the furnishing of labor and arrangement skiis h line to dissolve corn away ie bast
rot interfere wi'|) -- ; collect and refill. machine materials to air condition the
FOR ItiNT Pallbearers were Jimmy
; fc&.UESt.xE: : Furnished apart- Our company will evtond. some far JUDGE DIS JO"aC: ATTY. ftOMIDA Bishop Wade Hampton
Administration at the Robert Harrell Emil
Buldlng Weitberry.
? li\.riL.TIiie'\ rooms and bath an.cioas..tonc..0/ qualified per Chesterfield Smith., Bob Allen
3T.FOttSALE IN' Mil ISTATf Of
.: sons BUT MUST MAVt "IJ 500to Don Division of the O. Pierce Gilbert Randall. Ed.
:. : I sL floor .fflce location. Inquire! 12.7000 cosh available. t Cnmodlatoly S M. MERCEH<< Cta emerf Klpp. Jim Mundell. George. Smith.

>rfca(: SALE': BYE, OWNER. _-:-, 202'B.Vlinisborough Avenue.. Investment. far inventory secured, Must and equipment.hove' car Equipment Wood Memorial will Hospital Include compressor -I TO HAYING ALL CREDITORS CLAIMS OB AND OIMANOS. PISTONS Bradey and Gene Douglas. Alvin Bridges Charlie Dirr I'

.wjiHoutts.:completely. .rurnt.hea Vr'3; -tfc a could net upto AGAINST SAID fSTATIiYou Fred Gore W. M- Townsend, REAL ESTATE
NW0kIY.
: o..Four.p air handler and ducts. end each of you are hereby
large lot Wll 1an4s' .ap> :Marl tn your sear notified and required to present any EDWARD CAMDON NEEL Dr. H. S.. Agnew Harry Lev I ,
on > : =. "I''' p_. bo aola h. at once 1 Incomoshould Plans and specification may
04. tiocated In one of e* teftloni i .CO furnished.1\.JlJ1': Utilities house also trailer'farrtfehecft. perience dart not Immediately' ."If. selling fully, ..-. be examined in the Engineers ether claim' .* of and demands.may hove which-_.you.... the or Edward Camdon Neel died esky.. A.. W. Carlton. George I See Us For -
necessary quolitied rou.
of towns: For 'detslU; far timeand investment. WRIT Office lore of Mercer deceoted, late Sunday, June 28, at the Charlotte Mackle: Rev. George A. Hen
|4..OO month Monday through Friday,i of aid County the Judaoef Good Buys .
per to County
;f! ." aivina Name. AddreM. and Phone derson. Claude Rogers Loren
.'IOI Communiity Hospital In
..7talier local 8:00 A.M. 4.00: P.M. DwSoto County, riorldo at hi* office I
end S with sleeping number, far personal interview -
'p.ll'f' .', In the court houe. of cold. County Rude J. W. Coker and A. I. ,
:: .:40tfc.CLAlSlflf uaItit.ddly two w ; .llepresentotiv* G. Pierce Wood Memorial > .. Punta Gorda at the age of 82. ,. HOMESand
fpr one or HIADCA.r' at Arcadia Florida within *
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VfMOOHt COD Roe.
calenrfor' montri from the of Mr. Neel was born In Iron j,
.. r" HospitalBy time :
tr 4irt.AVR : ft.OO week. Cton- 4247 Meterel SrMeeriee --
I ICemetery
y.rani. per ., .
Law ttve first publication ef this notice Town. West Virginia in 1881, Interment was In Oak Ridge .
10. Me. C. II. Adalr. M. D. BUILDING. SITES
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: raef')1alkb'Oen.. tattle 4l Two cop of each claim or demandihall .
1 with the Robarts-
t. "JH."UC.. tulles West -9 Superintendent / boo 'In "''''ono. and hall rote and lived In West Virginia until GROVES ACREAGE
h cl'ea ,. on llighOH the place: of reidenco and pot of. he moved to Old DeSoto Grady Funeral .Home In charge
; FEMALE HELP WANTED 41'42-c ... .
w.r'"J fice" orJd. of the> claimant and AMBLER
Y01tM0 hall to County in 1914. of arrangements. LEWIS
Middleaged to be .worn by the claimant.aa.Mnt ;
,1,7 J '{ M,,1\... J r JI I 40, 41-c woman care LEGAL NOTICE attorney end accompanied bya He lived on State road 31 In
..14i.w b lt8 for elderly woman live In. filing fee a fane dollar and uch
t'.; 2 claim demand not filed. shall beaid. Charlotte County. He was a Realtor for 20 YsanAssociate
L 't. } "ItI NT 4_ Hewly decor.4tj Call NE: 9.1309. or *o 1 1I CARD OF THANKS Our

,\"II'A'Ua. t- furniihed COURT Of TNI COUNTY I rural mall carrier for the Der heartfelt thanks to all. who
of Vi 0m apart- 39, 40, 4t-c IM TMI T, L MCRCEftA I ;
i 0MFG I. JUOCI DUOTO COUNTY FLOHIOA. ......_ of the.teat Will mont area for the past 27 years. extended comforting sympathyand
1 14Ateafiff j.W1 d'''NIMh' D..t: ant ifer rant Adult only. IN rnosATB and Testament of S. M. member of the HUGH M. MARTIN
2lvOfp!t' month. Phone WA PERMANENT HELP WANTED IN Iii ISTATI or Mercer, deceoted" He was a help In our recent sorrow.
.( ...piuVJrw8,11$1hew :2 additional waitresses SAMDQUIINN Rtr MOLDS.TO I July 9162330. 1964 Baptist church.He : For the beautiful service floral :

} needed. Experience necessary.. ALL COIDITOBS AND PISTONS Is survived by one son, offerings, and other kindnesses, 20 South DeSete Avenue
JJ tfc
'IM'' TMI COURT Of TMf COUNTY
'. 5| \U IIIIi" >'bed. Apply", Mr. McSheehan Pin NAVINCI. CLAIMS SAIDSTATIs. OH .OIMANOSAAAIMST JUOftl DUO TO COUNTY fLOBJDA.IM Lawrence E. Nevi Arcadia one we 'are deeply, grateful Phone WA 9.15O1MWel '

.;; :' '1a ot11y, ,cjrpolrt?*, .!hid dN'Av1 =-Wrulehefl/ eeert.mentsrrlvaU Point Drive-In. You and each of .you" are herobvnotifed IM.. SIt IlTATt P505AT1 OfMAUr sister, Mrs. Sarah Caryle of Family ef Mary Sharpsteen41p .

.d4'' mall *. 1...-..'itortfef' path. Couple 35tfcCtASSIfllO claim and and demand required* to which present you,any or I SHABP4TEIN. Oe
t, ,Wilt| "too lder ,>$', to r_? 4*?.t 3'tfa etB> crom.downtown. ---- either of you. may hove agamtt the '' TO H..VING. ALL CIIIOITORS CLAIMS o.ANO OIMANDI PISTONS grandchildren end ten great .--
DISPLAY otfoto of Quinn KeynoteM. deceood. -
't ler'. "Mi part;'payment. CBeL. JitlUUu; >i fUrntshed. $M perAoath ,.s.of *o<:d County to tho I AGAINST SAID. ISTATIl grandchildren. wr
County Judge of DeSoto County FlorMa You and each of you are hereby. Funeral service were held
ltllud.nroTrn9tu.ahur6hsw 1 .+.ntan* WA47 or
!:" /r hi office m the court house rohh.d. and required ta prewnr any r
.....-..:: ,.:.a'jO .Uf" 9* ttlHl. 24U.I1SlPl1' Due to the tremendous of void at County* at Arcadia Florida' claim and demand which: you or Wednesday, July I. at 2:00: P. r
pro the Sunshine withm mix calendar/ month from the ether of you may have ogaintt *hoeitat M. from the Joshua Creek
#" If' -en'eOf ... of MARY SHAI4PSTEEIM Do.rtaed. .
time of the / publication of thi
State n Company with Rev. L. T. Fagan r
r-h.1' bedroom fur Cemetery
notice. Two copio* of each claim ordemand lot..1 aid County to trio
J 'fllslt dv-hoes.. $4500 per we are expanding shall be m writing and shell.. County Judoe of DeSoto County officiating. r
'Y our fore in the fate tho of reudence and pat Florida" at hi* office In the court
\'I ; A1dIIth. I/i/ < 'New CBS 1 bed- following agency Arcadia office odd place,..* of the claimant, and .hour of sod County at DeSoto, ......

I" I { ;r srf odN,, /furnished $63.00. Ft. Myers,areas Bradenton: and d.I.. extent. ,worn or attorney to by the and claimanthi accompanied trio Ida. tuna within of*ix the calendar.f rat publication month. from of JERRY A. SAMS / 1 o t ThIo

M '' ( ( O.tiJ / o V r1 t'ah Gene's Lit.u14bAeF11M:2'lmllea. Saraaota. For Interview by o filing. fee ef one dollar trn. notice. Two c_... of each claim Funeral service were held w
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and euch clown. or demand not I or denim doll bo In writing. and
,West,. on contact .o filed. Moll, he voMf .ball. .... stab the place ef residence and Thursday July 2, for Jerry Albert
/ U post office add._. of tne claimant
/ JOHN ARVIN MIVNOLDSA
E0.1r'' 40 41.8 LLOYD M. WICKS I .* admmiitrator of the Eifoteef und shall bo tworn to by the claimant Sams lifelong DeSoto County -
: 'f' Room 31.' Drummond Bldg. Sam Oumn Reynold agent, attorney and accompanied resident, who died June
a .t 0 i --.... by a hing h.. of as dollor avid
kl Duplex, 3 bedlri Bradenton I owl. I. F-urvi. wch clam/ a d-- not a filed,. 30th at University Hospital In
Thursday between for AdmintttrotorJune .......11'd..
walk- or Friday Attorney Gainsville following a lengthy
P-lnted
12: I g1ds '''. :23 Juty >, 9, 1964 HtKCHTA SHAR"STUN 1
j tl c$' O.acbbolr. Adult. 9OO: a. m. and 1200.: __ .___. .. e.rcutor. of the Lat Will Illness.

,. f ( 9Y ICi M 11d.'Phen. WA B; IN THI COUNT Of' THE COUNTY MAY end Tatanant SHARPSTEEN or dec.-.d Mr. Sams was born In Boca .

1(111.N. { 1Scy, E ;4Tr.Jor appoint JU 0I. DIKITO COUNTY. FLOMOA.. July 9.16.23-30. 1964 Grand Florida. Aug. 24. 1910.
trrI.tP IN OSATI I
C44' 0,1", MISCELLANEOUSFOR IN Mil I1TATI OFNAa0wMMASVIN and wa a building contractor.

ad MOILEV, IN TMf COUNT Or TNI COUNTY He was a member of the Trin-
SALE JUCKI IN AND ro. otto to
r TO ALL CUIDITOet AND MSSONSrlAVIMO COUNTY FLOfMOA' TMI MATTIft ity Methodist Church and the
lieomplet... CLAIMS OO. OKMANOS Of) MACK S'N: ICIASff. Elks, having served as the Past

H 'w111 1'pia. ult.. h.7. FOR* SALE' -machine Hunter John wheelbalancing' You AGAINST one each SAIO of "yaw ISTATIl are hereby TM1 NOTICI HIS Hr.\xt.: Xw'HAS Exalted Ruler and Past State

A 1hh, 1 notified. and required ,. pretent any COUNTY JUOOI. IN *-.OBAlf Vice President.
Beam wheel alignment machine claim. and demand* wntcn* you, or SITTING. tci.D SMALL5WOOJTI
either of you may ..... auomtt fho V Apa lV I1a. Services were held at the
Boat., Motor and trailer. estate of Hardy MarvmM/ .4Mev. dteased ..- DC* APPROVING THIS MfPONT Roberts.Grady Funeral Home
Bedroom cot- C-2 wrecker on 10 ton truck. tote of OKI County, to the AND fOlll AN OHDCft Of' fiNAL '-- -
1, 1F ll i4 el 7$l.wSod Beach. Electric mimeograph machine.All County Judgej of DeSato County MOMORASLf DISCHARGE;
I, LEGAL NOTICEIN
Florida. of rue office in the poutloo. undersigned AdminntrotrlK of
ll Contact J. O. item are In A-l condition. ... .fad County at Arcadia. 1d"1., .. hove filed. my tmol report

Ipp11f1af0t 1. ..Jto* 5 g. or phone FRANK CLINE TRACTOR Florida, within *i,. calendar month on my Administration. .. of that Istate. IN YM' CI.CUIT COUIT O. 110510*. .
from the time of the f...l publica-1 I On July I I. *. I shall apply. for on .
t. after 9 p.m.1t SERVICE. han of thi* notice. Two Capes .f I order appro*!mo my report and f.n- 1M 'OESOTO COUNTY lJoSJAMIS 110110*
j: 1 each claim or demand hewn be tn A-* ..,.. IN CNANCIAV No. r-
4 1 ,j1, 40. 41pOuplei 38tfc writing ... place tw&'zszz.MHr LYNCH. PLAINTIFF VS JeAN
.d.1 t. ---- radars. ..r..t.oc-: .. :: AdmirMrromH LYNCH DEPENDANT Cutodv lean
1 I*: sU 1A I furalah tLASSU ll. eXtriATcjunar tho. claimant" and shall toe swam.. ..I O. JONES attorney for Lynch of 191 OAK S ; -
AM HIKIBYNOTI'IIO
I NEW YORK YOU
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t nob Alao.enttanee. ev" the clamant. he oaent or ottorof I IMy the AdministratrixJuly.
y+ apt. aid oscenpa..d by 0 ...1'9 I. -2J-30. l.64 that a cmi loint far dt-
PAPER MAMOINOAMD ___ ...! c he. ben Ml.1 you -
gsoattl. ... ---
t one dollar end such claim or ;: : ooowtO; : .
A4N'TING COUT ME
mend not so filed. shall bo .void.Mobert IN TMI COUNTY HIDtitr show-.rYI.d
COUBT IN
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Jk OoeeliKMenro .
*e ertJfeisionoJ erode work, hjotfree HI.lay NOTIFIID' AND COMMANOo
L.. Summerall, Jr. .
AND roe. PISOTO COUNTY fLoniOA. .
keen ...
Mr Kevmend on
Phone eon fe > 10 to your aaat
i 11. A. edmmistroter- of the Istoteof
or Mr*. C. Keaen. M. I 1. Wow IN pegAT* before AUGUST I IJtn Io4 t* the
1 Marvin .. ... or
J l ,:..w1, ; yarn ,4tw I. t chutaeSOJ> or PS Hardy Mooley>> N.Ne lo f SeaO Complaint against you. Within
; '.Atii7 detem d one) AeosXotseo foe Bl sl.eNOTICI ..< sa.4: PF-2O4
w >.171.. Wo do Ken mno akss .d tima ha4l ass servo
: you
$
f. 5 8c1 TtQC1"t' U. 40. 41-p choree t'w Pph.*... A f viwrrG': HoI i. hereby given to ell your answe on HUGH CILIT
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.d-Us :.t-lo., for Admmtotrofar person Mot final report and _..... JONES. ATTOtt.IY. 'Ott. SAID PLAIN.TIFF -

t't'i'I. .':: ...{.JM .. SIRT -;. New avalUfcle, AM..,... 107 of Sean Istate'of: tAVNIA JTOfffi.&" nuuMiucL* iu HIM AT iw -
,. the S. .
.. Pd 3 West MaanolM Street. Ac.di Plor. i INSTANT INSTALLATION thejnk. to built ;
WtOMCst .
a/ DOW *. Juts 2. '16, 1964NOTICS
{ I1 ceased. have been fled by tho
.f ,,.. -wr--: .. : .... : .. ....,.... .. Ida if yew foil or noojiect doina.
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ff.f r-tea. Air eoodlSi- MISCELLANEOUS a.. rho ea .t'N ro.pl 0 c: .: .. 1. In aide cleiure p.nela t l.ghtwefght cottstrwctlon.
: ; .. FOR SALE: 0' APFLKATIONOa that on She 23fh day of Jwn. DCCMC PlO CONISSoTwilt **'CNTfHfO -

"I-1'-t.. ,' 5 Men's, women's and chile TA. DUD me IV44 County omuicotian Judge,.writ Court P. .moo. DeSoto> AGAINST.. YOU HtBfIN AND QUIET COOLING sleep iindisrurboe) to wake

;.L-'I'.t .i1p..' .BS. J .m dren's clothes from 10 cents to M.'ICfc.oll, pulsar ClVtN. That. County" Florida. for approval of adP.5art ) A THIS PINAL SUIT OClt WILL SI WITHOUT MATURED FUMTHI INTO.. refreshed. J*
.ria MuM r of me blow.Me
..10".: .. i I and for final atecharoo a* proDo NOT/ICC TO YOU.
IS cents. Also other items. desxrioed ... *ata> ce>hf....* 6-r 6-w. .
4 A1.g1liDits ho. f itd same In my office. has made WITNISS MV HAND ANO Of'ICIALSIAL AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT molnraln. rfolre -
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Contact Walker at Gene's Little fed thi* ) of June l *4ILCMS
\ ... application for o to* wad tn bo wr ita AGE the the r tn day" of i\u A..D. J comfort level
I constantly.'WASHABLE .
Turn11RRc1' c1 I (Co.r ... Tp !R1 NT Acre a mile West en sued tad corf,ficate" on A. .* A4mmrrani of tt.. |94. CteHiut

:wt k..t: + .- ...It .. *, *w'tYl* Wfe ved l 'evercrowdedktfJV Highway 70. Counna brace rno* fellewina OeSoso, State praporty*t' FtotWa.Certificate m tho. ...flL.... of Doceened.LAVANIA S. STO- LIStIC=: Court f AVANT. Des... c.y.su. AIR FILTER never need replacement. k
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e house to rent 40, 41-c h. ., Juno da.Sy .
f/rlaia 2 Jury 2leJ3. Io4 .
WA ...t' No. II. laeuod. fho JVl ( &)
\ ft .'\. ;t .r." : j.rrt peIV aland their per- 1- of May. AD I lo.co" .-n> Los>S. ALPHA rNTZMINCC;
NOTICI
FOR HALE 1-3 and bedroom and rI. Stock s. PAULINA. MAN- "
?ta.r NN tall WA 9J1.. T. Tho T._ aid Pr.p.Sy0.t HUGH :I II "JO CS
*...: 1V 10, 41.; 41. 4SOMKWMUttt trailer. 13993 and up. Ot Mi. *h.bbth..w of .onrt boma ay *undrv*Mm of of I .. .. os... ......, 10 w.N Moveae"- k. ONLY
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L.5AUI / c-e"ro4n New Many aped used to cboote 544. N hv._ iV V se.dT N4 .. .vc--. F--
ohb4115\. e fxi ArtsdiA Avenue a_ tT Th.JOjfjminiihjp.t .... c--: C_",,_.,.... wiw 2. 9. I*. 23. t.*4
4111. WARTED .
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y from. Beat otter for your trades C.irMy held
aid property under the se fK. .Ntr = 1Plod. :
bedroom*, fireplace, attic ;fan t $.
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day
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In. Berk1e,. Mobil. Home. as. Wa. rwa. N .
and '.Titri.lot.' $510000'cs.h.C.fltaet' $ THCRC IS A w wow or.C..f. 0 JMy. A 0. Ia54..m Nis C-y GUARANTEE
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Highway IT N. Phone PR 2. ._ .... M. Maid. She .nddeR. .f _p..pw M Iw
a 1i .'Arcadia Avenue: MAN 3341 Fie 2 Spy de. .t May A. 0 INJN for ..... $ 95 t .
Wauchula.
," I'... ..-- tsnan, 139
$ M ..Iop Who want to make $$.OOO e.atw All /LOS lyp Soul' paRa nil
tfcCXAlSirrtO .rap -
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N C.r.s eI Shah s. Q. N e.aitM's = = = : = Tint
per* year and more working SJd.. -- N 4.4 ineolnparabloGillette
.Nw -- _..i r. oN" ANsas
|0t SALLoveiy:one .6-.d a.Mpvwa. '
with grower /in Uvle area. This) OttPtAVOftAVBLV 3. v. "JWh r ::: 550 a mFwlwa,1
*%o n.b.YN M rnan U probably married, ao- ./ fh..d Mmade.
list,. &aa...' $11.. 1ft"rUt' pnwN/p end qd S..rd -
a.i v...No..' itdprlcy: ....a.IMeor ber.NlKMiHt.'and la waling to / n1DINaNSWISS =-she N.e was m.d" ..c 1.rn1 0._r:,....a..d iar ... .ad' for Not /hops. FN doto STAINLESS STEEL BLADE SHOP ARCADIA FIRST
werk h r4.lte may be farming C...___ 9 day M btq a.y 5. --..
he haa.d 5Th.
d.. 'aDel. "SSN 'a. ( A. O INJ me .. --... nv _.OhaN.On a1 ....d.oA5o jives JIM ....*.saeerVy
himself. Tor {uch e'' man wepan. he 'Sea ..... bassp tr:1w.: end c mswp -
v ntb.j>Qwner> NIJ1 a of S-fejn J. aCl cadeelAii
I1 phone serves eer
far* with the lr- The drsvetr : .
.of ;career J S 94 I TNT .. .
Its write* ail S11A ."ArrO utME u.uO"OU"D. ena* .r.a.e.M 4MITSl0Nla .s.e. Cady ..... .
or In its nt > d me ass s.tp .wM., nun sfiy etker Mast

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News of' IDeSot 'WOrnek ,
Entertained r Fri ". '\. Io!, .,.: i Going

Mr and Mrs Jack Durican; 4;;-' Away Party
t' tn
entertained Friday afternoon ,
!'; Grace Smith. Editor. Phone WA 8-850) ] with their Annual Oarbecue ,> Mrs w. E. Sorrels was given
I for the Cow Boys, and out of a a going away party Thurstlny,
town guests, July 2nd. at the home of Mi:.
Bunia OuUer '111 North Lee
Long tables were placed'h
BoekeeHendryWedding der the oaks In front of the ''': Avenue. Hostesses) Were Mis

ur .4/ In corral, and across the street Outler Mrs R. W. Odum. Mrj.
: and Mrs.
Marie Roundtree
th from the beautiful and spacious :
Fort suburban home of the 4 'd Mary Powell
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: Myers a 1 A delicious covered dish I
nr a rj .. gracious hosts. And (th. tables
byys The wedding of Miss RixjeBoekee were laden with delicious food t' ; 'luncheon was served at the
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, and John Arthur Hen Barbecued ribs, barbecued chicken .f'. ir! noon hour.
dry was solemnized Saturday roast turkey.. salads of '! a Tha afternoon was spent Inv
fly evening June 27th. at the every conceivable kind. >pickles. ( .si line& .
First Presbyterian church in relishes. baked beans hot rolls i MM SorrUleft' Sunday!
I-p t Fort Myers with the Reverend cakes, pies, ice tea. and the ,"i' t aftcrnon. fur Atlanta. Georgia
Floyd Brown Hager performing pieced*....r..litancehu- ,* pot ," where she will spend a month
v the double-ring ceremony of welt cooked swamp cabbage. with her daughter Mrs. LowaJ
f The bride is the daughter Among the more than'" seven' '. r Green Mr Ore*,:i, and ?nisi,
of Mr and Mrs. William Boekec ty.fiva' guests ,attending,, Were Sw:1
of Fort Myers and the awy the following from out of town: .
groom is the son of Dr. and ti e. r Mr '.snd Mrs .Rowland Skipper . The Birks i Ret 'rn
Mrs. Wilson Towles Ilendry of rt. Myirs.;; Mi*, and Mrs. ;
Perry, and the grandson of w. Vandar. Adams, Mn 'arid' Mrs. : Home From fr.ip
Mrs. D. W .(Nell) Brown of a Ken McLeod.. and Dink Skip.pair t .
Arcadia. all of Zotfo' feprlruls: Mr. 1 On the way home from Michigan
A program of wedding muse and Mrs: Bill Davis, .'t. Meade; & .' the George Birks visited
was presented by M r s. I,& Mr. and Mrs. Hobert It a y. 1'. ; one of Mrs. Btrk's Caravanners,
t George T. Mann organist and Smith, and Mr and Mrs. WU. ; who took them to Pine Ml. to
Dr. David G. Robinson soloist lard Durrance. ''Wa thula: Mr. T / 'to see a night: performance of
who sang MA Wedding and Mrs. Pete .Clemens' Ukee .J the Boole of Job." Tho- QI'"
a Benedistion", and at the closer c ho bee; Din:- lien Jacksou. Is told In chortc dramatic f<"i'ni.
the ceremony sang The y ,' Lakeland; Howard nenfroe.. and 1 The dramatists are made. ti' (o
Lord's Prayer tli artt daughter Lubello And. Lavon represent characters In n .aU !a-
The bride given In marriageby Iw i+ l Btsrop.' Ft. Tltrct.Tourist! i dirt& w:ndi.w The statin w s
her father wore an Empire a4, \ a mountain amphlthimtei. w tha
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r Style dress of peau- e-lIOle. 1 t 1 dpr. background of' hit h rcn'k,*,
fashioned with floor length ? Off. The seats were'. logs supported
skirt covered with Imported 1t. i x by mountain rocks. The per fur*
lace: with the train of the lunre ws reficcted In the wa
Season News' .
.same. lace and falling from the e 9 L rr basin In front of a three-
shoulders. She wore a shoulder Mr. And >'It.., Floyd burin. l lore stage Over ail w.','e the

length veil of the same ...... ...),,.1. comb. Mr. snd 'Mrs. D. T. Uif- .'..rry heavens. Organ nm*'e
lace and carried a bridal bouquet .',x'r .. man and Mr- sod Mrs.. C. A. was piped In and reflected
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[ of white orchids and steffanotis. McDowell" should\ be added to Elizabeth Gaylord Myers from the rocks The story will
the- list of tourists'still In Arcadia be enacted at the World's Fair t tIn
ti LUCKY SIXPENCE WORNIn 1 'I.J. Mfs, Walttr rasterday the near future.
her shoe was the trad .ttllri and Mr*. .and Mrs. Wesley Crit- Gay Myers Becomes Engaged to Another intereattnn. place i
. iltional "lucky sixpence' which tendon, r.tea\17\ ,' left lot pointsfarther .. they v!sited was the Geor.,e I
. was brought from London and HPi" k North Millie tVawellIs Harry Howell Jr. of Lake City Washington Carver Museum in
has been worn by three.. other .... .t "" tIItt "" going -U, !forth Carolina Tuskeiree, AUbamo.
brides and clove: friends. .. .. t' ;'I ra. JIr Uk Long. Inland for August Michigan will soon br to the
Mrs. Bruce Clark of Denver. .; :J'' ". Ilrir,. .' Septetnber' :in\ Mine' and back Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Eugene N. C. and attended Salem College tourist his summer play
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wr Colo., served as matron-of, '- );, by Nsy.a: 'Lt.tMWortd'r' Fair. Myers. 1,80a Queen's UoadWest I In Winston Salem for two ground just as Florid. ki his
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honor" for her sister while Miss . (Tourists';' I.kwtars] gor to Dot Charlotte. North Can years. fhe graduated Ira Juneof winter recreation r<'tr<....t.RONNIE'S .
f ,I ;Lynn Marie Raymond. Atlanta.Ga. "'. 1 egg. :Arcadia.', Just the same, tine, announce the engagement 'this year from Queens College )
.. attended as bridesmaid /t. 't tar and will be 'forw>Hrd to The of their daughter Elisabeth& In Charlotte, where she,
i Little Suzanne and Andy Poe- '" ." ." If> i:, Isma. daughter. and son of Mr .. ..'" '.,; .a, ;+lka,.it Atari .aatiJtihh.op.:. On Jr., son of Ur. and Sorority TID-DIT

and Mrs. Poelsma of Braden .:.. .. of,..'' / thetf i rwvl! try. had, a sWces- Mrs. Harry Slade unwell Sr% Mr. Slade graduated' from)
w : ton attended as flower girl and ... 'jo ,(( .....' fill and ,safe" tffp. and should 317 Duval Street. Lake City the Lake City )HI*It School Nrvicn tirsKNT; vetting
-4 ring bearer. ., III.' ,10. ,. be in" Cffilcttgil& Wrote now. Florida snot from Wake Purred College old l ), Many |MV>V'' ere -J
Mrs. CU.k and Miss Raymond .. .... I ( .."gr.w'tired of M much The bride-elect Is the daugh.t In ItMa. where he was a I clinicd that t rt>ikgeCM .
J Identical dressesof :......... .. ,* it Jnsl':' toirtc(4erice( Mia: .
wore '''- : J riding yrs* ] of the former Alice member of Sigma Chi rrat.rnity '
J apple green dull satin same that Msry'J postnrd fvaturedtrtmtr bath Wtlles. Oak Street Arca ', He I Is now a medical' student ..
f'>1r... style as the bride's except the ,:,."".. 1 f ..tfMlda and ,wine Lit. Toft des and the granddaughter of at Emory. Medical tichout ,
tI1 I;,. sleeves were short. They carried .... .. rtport, th4 U ., are. en. the 'late Mr. and Mrs William In Atlanta Ga II. Is a member
bouquets of pink rl>>ea. ;", .a.1 r \ 4 Joying Washington and prC*>n. Gaylord Welles of Arcadia& and of Phi Chi' Medical) Fraternity' '
Suzanne wore a white silk chi, 1 The" went. b"..|r"lA''and were the late, Mr and Mrs Dennis will be .. .
The wedding an
ton embroidered dress with a ,'h'.., -.t... ." eight' ( hoars' Ute "'rsaihlng S attl Eugene Myers of Charlotte event of .tpt 4 at eight clock* t
\ white satin sash with pink '!<'tJ .( .oaff ". "" "beeaUssi'"olrC, oc Ih Men N. C. the
In the evening" at Myers
f roses In her hair. .n. .. V4l tana .PsuU/M.. .Orff has sold The prospective groom Is the Methodist Church.; A te- )
Park
Dr. Wilson Seibert Ilendry sl hW fAme'14.| L4wrwnc Vlil.. Ill .rand8$.of the late Mr and s.i4
will follow& at thai RONNIE'S ;
of Gainesville. Fla.. brother of I .,,' .. ....' .. She ,roAVM into' "town** on Mrs.1 Asmon Alexander Newell .ceitinn I j
the groom served as best man. ,4 :.. ....... ...... ii .. May,U bwl:says/ .n.. mlases b*... wt'.fwksenyf. lIe.I .'arrtt'i thv'teseMr .Q.rlyt\t'\ *, i\fJ'' \WjfcfcMMr ifle' 's Ostf ML: "
Orooin naeH"T !re' Ed X.owry" e' ',A, ; f I Ing la.Ute.evuntry. ,Edith Ifar.v and Mrs. itatph N. Edwards : ..,,.*A1lMi 1ryehIa the cousin of 1 Arsaela. rierMa
Nicholas A. Ivanoff of Syracuse : .yt r. 'fJ .y aM. Kull4 Lea dl.brtNthel .. lUirHrsvllle <**. .,"William" a. W.II.. IL O.1: Dial WA ellt ,

New York and James I ... I Nrthdajrs U. .Areadia on Gay graduated frum Myers Welle Ted Wells, and Will Jewelry and WsU rises'
Allen Lawrence of Chattahoo- ". \ .:r ,. July 8. 'TUe AlII..,... are busy Park lll,h School Charlotte, lam A Neal Jr.. all of Arcadia.1
chee. Fla. ._ .._. ._ If (as '"alf.IU"Ut.lnll1&, and
The brfde's mother wore s being eht.Halned. by,. atlllflixtlng
beige lace dress, being hat. and Mrs. John Arthur Ilendry 'Urrtf 16' : nJo7,th*' flow..I

ace green orchid corsage. The ''ers. fruit. ahdtvegliaWsa. that
groom's mother chose an afternoon fet supper were Mrs W. Harper and Mrs. W. T. Ilendry. Jr.. For a wedding Irlp to the they- ralasK'in their- .s td.n. at
gown of powder blue embroidered Kendrick. Mrs. Owen Sum- Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Wilson -Aleutian Islands Bahamas the Msnltou Bfacb.. Michigan. Well
f. chiffon a white or. mers. Mrs \V Lee Hunt Mrs. Harper Kendrick HonsldHoehrer. bride chose a two-piece beige thustoourtitg cull in ArcadU -
chid corsage, and white acces: : Ralph force Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs.' Albert dress, with panama hat and hi av4 .Mean baring. good i it
sories. Moore. Mrs Herman Poelsma' A. Slottje. Mr and Mrs. Owen5umers. orange accessories.Mr : wklermatoo Iu ,wrtj. try ,net
RECEPTION AT HOME and Miss Rix Hoeke Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Ilendry are to be,j.alouc' ,('grwt U\ wo* really'
The reception followed the OUT Or TOWN GUESTS Blalock. Mr. and Mrs F Pap now at home 77S LullwalerRoad. worth wnil (to be; Kerf. t.. ...
ceremony at the home of the Among the out of town guests III. Kay Burners and Mrs. Tar N. IU. Atlanta. 0. The the Rogea: *. : -
bride's parents. Keeping the attending the wedding. were Ilr. all of Bradenton. Captain groom attends UniversitySchool
bride's book were Mrs. Ralph Mrs. Nell Brown Arcadia Dr, and Mrs. T. O. Seibert' of of Dentistry, and Mrs. '
Force and Mrs. Clifford Frank and Mrs .W T Ilendry. Perry Brooksvllle., and Mr and Mrs Ilendry is employed by The
Moore, both of Atlanta Ga. Miss His Boekee.& Alphen B. A Clark and children of Cltiiens and Southern National Meeting, "jTohight( -

Assisting In serving the buf. and fin The Netherlands. Dr. Denver. Colo. Bank In Atlanta Ga. At ,the Barracks WE'VESHARPENED i

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Ail...tf.l7..tt beth meet -
BATON STUDENTS WIN AWARDS Smith ReunionIn Thursday. JgM.. ; July .. al the
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Nocatee Avenue.
This is I a ,very' lmp.wrt.nlsrteellngv
The annual heM Smtu Sunday family June reunion .. and, dl I members' bee PENCILS
was
stint 4''-IWI.
r C,.. loth at the told. home-.te.Hl of .. fo .
th late UM"> Ned Smith .InNocatee. FOR
of Arcadia; Vleia Dwuberly. oftl
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LAl The man: CVoI"e of the imet 4 a
:x un I iful! dinner ..,.... atieonlime the :famllr.eggs ....... out CLOSEOUT -
en sted of tMtbe-.. .f stateAn>en them... Mrs _
,,i.t> p"'p resh s>s. end.. daughterpr / !
sad hi.. e.(Ally., Disk King. 4y' ........... :.. Lee Ve- ,
,w my cabbage was prepared gasv K.+v. sad ........\41, airs
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y M c. W ill J am smith! sod Ms#).." i pott***.. sens Jack COME IN ron
grid LesiW.ei + .tt...,
send d.M.: e, olds. mar Arubat
iron and dr.' .... kl&ad ....... landa.' Ah nW / A TOP DEAL ON
This ut.fd" .Ualmewl
vegetatol bread rake. p.e, tear wfjt. / Mw
.o fe. and plenty. ot cetdjf lfis> yswrs thai. Mr / '64 PLYMOUTHOR
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toUis were In afeuMdaArejf aieAs yt't,** bar fan
th* Urge family gatKeftnc.Attndl Ur. /1e >Hdfi. !***,"*.*, -.* '*. ... VALIANT!
h.y 'tf were aU the tu-- Vest f tt:a .. tLewjanJ1tw .
trim wtM are suit .lit/tag: * Trade-In allowarK
,. aw sUua lush .....h\o Ai see.. tine arta.trf.Jf okMA dM rka..1pe.itm are
r *f ?;-*, aware, and J.J.... ear the 'e.w_t trtt.JtJdt hf,h, prk* on new 64
j seat-: '.1 _........ elf their ..__ rrhevU c WWtems. lee 1M. ate Plymouth and Valiant'

VI : ate ........s.; Mr, awed Mrs. s.-4f.. het ___ a,. tow. If youv been
I iane axvUttt. M" and Mi...
::.-..... WaUren. .u e* A*. for those who waiting lot a cHanc tog
-atda, Mrs. Hued resUb. mew i .t a new ear at a pric
bar ef l.. U... as.u. .nithr.n.dy that" put tfM savings In

e4 itsrmeate.d. saw PERSPIREHEAVILy your pocket the tIme to
....... by hM me Sewers-es.I
hop It NOW I
an! W awf dsoitr WW.
c.:............ and 'ahnf ...... Bring your old car and
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t fetes +nts f.si4r he lee a..cJ .'w! Are .
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brought two sAredM > altendteig led *:awp wet.Cie : .
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S1 Ib' I..en..i.W1 hues Oaten Cap. yTyt.e, II.rrf W.u. pad? r: Mr and. Mrs L} Dear wan sdreersm N'M
.sodas. ........ 3_ 2. ...... ..... 1I..lJ1.aoII". Tr..... Ire ....sear mese Mu.laa.dANT1 ,
&M .r Pima 11'elf ---. and s--at
etlt Sargeryacr Arcadia wirier attended UM -.wa. .... Crssohir reoraaf .,.. and. Ih.lt,, fr ( :
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CFHTCHAI'I! : ''Seminars\ 'Abtoad'11n_1 ; wrnper,:E}' Owens News,,r. '

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)'For thirty'nine Seminars,,we7,were'back.io' : the Ibu( fora' MRS. RAY TROBLL 't''

1 "Abroad member, qne of whom, four hours tour,'of. iparisi under Jks r;' ''l\ ; '..lIr 1 II ,
4 r.r.asaz is Ann Parker daughter of Mr. the; '.dJr tJor( .f,, Ml**' Rothe. d.,,l .-'! 111 ,alOHre'? Smother 1 tMar Us J .n 04 y.r; I
and Mrs.: John Parker a date On the trip fro: m the airportshe Yeagergat' L
Eva
Mrs. *
arrived on the *'
Ion. antJclpated. had-given-
The SenIor Womans Club usually finds some kind ofA afternoon of Monday June 8th to Paris in ..general an orientation and tended the Fifth, Tuesday meeting
C. solution) to meet WORLD'problems and in now of DeSoto County ChurchWomen
Saturday's
when airplanes and cars brought w.T wire to see-and hear about
parade, they were In there pitching for termination of together on the John F. some'or the major places where held In the Church of
the TOPLESS bathing suit fad when they appeared in Kennedy International Airport French history had been made The Brethren, June 13. TheMissionary -
the Rodeo parade on Saturday with TATER HILL the members of our group at and Parisian Jiff and' character Y u' ijh'iv' ,: message: was given
PLUFF GIRLS BATHING SUITS i will have to ad.rait SABENA: for their flight across had been friouldett.' The places 1 ,,la. t I by the' Missionary' to the
that the band was not is the best of form due to the Atlantic to Paris. The visited WereSane : Indians at' the and BfifthtoO his ,wife Rcser-spokeon
meeting of parents frineds and Coeur. + i vation. He
Eglise Madea-
Circumstances: beyond their control. It was a temptation then
4 their Work'and sortie
relatives and getting acquainted ine. Place de la .
Concorde p.ala
to cancel out the last minute because
we were filled in the time until the Bourbon (N.tlonalsemb of their member brought
Without music. Three weeks before the parade ar- 9.30: P.M. hour of departurecame ly), ChampS Elysee.*. Are de messages in g
rangements were made to borrow a float and for the when we all moved with Triumph. Palais de Chan lot, in their own language which:
lOUd( speaker and amplifier to play our old-time records. a breath of expectancy down Eiffel Tower Ecol' Milltalre. was very much enjoyed by all
with the members of the band pantomiming- Doesn't the ,corridor which led to the The InvalldeB. les Petit and } who attended.Mrs. .
that sound real good? We did that in Avon Park rejently waiting Jet. The seven hours Grands PaUls. the Louvre the .% \ E. B. Converse son
and it did go over real well. But remember the flight fiv, miles above the lie de la Cite with Notre Dame 1'i. 1'-- Jimime. and daughter Joyce
old cliche by Robert Burns: ocean wa relatively unevent the University Sorbonne the t rt left the last of last, week, for

> "The best laid schemes: o' mice and men, ful. A sumptuous dinner was Palal* de la Cite the' Concier- B : a four weeks vacation with
t aft I.rved.on after take-off. The gefl, the Pantheon, the Luxembourg Mrs. Converse' mother Mrs. J.
a-tfley
,Gang; stars and the glow from the Garden the (Student f, McClam: and with the
vAnd leave us nought" but grief and pain, sun over'' the r northern horizon Quartet) Place des Vosfes. h,'Mt wy I George Karrers. her daughter
For promised joy. urovided a brilliant spectacle Les Grands Boulevards.At and other relatives In Ohio.
But will admit that'we had fun and tried to make but sooner than we expected, the conclusion of an inspiring Mr and Mrs Jim Bean and
thd best'of"It.: OUr'director, Betty (Mrs. Sam) Agnew, the /lifcht! ; from the rifling sun and Instructive introduction on Grant came down from
WAS, out at the Legion Hall waiting for the amplifier to began to appear in the east to Paris, we were backat Tallahassee Friday for the '
b.7 fixed. Oh I forgot to say that we were using the and we realized that our first the" hotel in time f&r'a seven weekend visit with Mrs. I'
fame one as the Rodeo and were supposed to get It late day in 'Europe was beginning. o'clock dinner at the restaurant Beanes parents Mr. and Mrs.
Friday' night and see. that it was back there before Sat The big Jet settled into the Chartler" across the Faubourg Judy Edwards and David Dennis Osbornq W. T. Holden .and with Mrs.
Brussel. Airport at 9.30 A. M. Montmartre from our hotel. Katherine Gray They also visited
feraay aftersoon. They did not let us know that it had
broken Friday' night. thinking that they would have it where we were served. refresh- After this In small groups, Edwards several friends and attend.
ments before boarding a smaller some went to 'see "Sound and Judy Engaged To D. D.Osborne ed the Rodeo parade while
flied any minute and they did, but too late to do us plane that landed us in Paris Light" at Notre Dame and to here. We were so glad to have I
any: good. They caught up with us at the Magnolia- a few minutes after 12:00: noon walk along St. Michel and St. Mrs. Leila Edwards, 123 forum. Sigma Theta Chi and dent Association and pjstor of them with us in our church
iireVard intersection. We were enroute to the Rodeo where we were met at the Le Germain where students hangout South Voluala Avenue. Arcadia was elected to Who's Who :Among his freshman 'class. He(:received Sunday morning. They left after
grounds to disband by then. Everyone missed Betty Bourget Airport by Susan Hall In the sidewalk cafes and Florida announces the Students in Americas' the John Phillips Sousa lunch to return to their
Somuch.: Maybe If one of the others me would from Charlotte N. C., who bad others strolled down les Grands engagement of her daughter Colleges and Universities. She band award !in May, 111.4. having home.
have gone. Betty could have pulled UII out of the spot graduated, at mid-semester and Boulevards to the Opera area Judy to' David Dennis Osborn. will teach public school 'on the been''a member of the col- Mr. Harmon Johnson spent
we were in. But better luck for us next time. We all had come to Europe ahead of the Place de la ConcordE and son of Dr. and Mrs. J. Wesley secondary level near' Berrien'' loge'' concert band for fivevears. the weekend here looking after
enjoyed being a part of the gala clebration. and evl- us, and Ruth Ho the who was Les Champs EJyl.... All returned Osborne, 149 Riviera Drive. Springs Michigan where the He will attend the Sev his property and attended the
from all desired the thing be-; 'to direct our program In Paris, "to report sT full and Interesting Hendersonville Tennessee.The couple will reside following enth-day Adventist Theological Rodeo returning to Lake Placid -
Apntly over same
people and whd had arranged the pro evening of adventure bride-elect Is a graduateof their honeymoon. Seminary this fall at Andrews Saturday night where he
c ale they were here. I wonder how many people saw. grams In a number of other Including the mastery of travel DeSoto High School Area Mr. Osborne graduated from University, Berrien Springs spent the night with his mother -
tat parade; I am sure that I have never seen that many cities during the Spring months by Metro. dia, Florida and received a Highland Academy. Portland. Michigan.The Mrs. J. G. Johnson,before
people before at any affair in Arcadia. The tin did'&otseem We: rhvved quickly with Wednesday morning at 10 B. S. degree from Southern Tenn. and holds a B. A. degree couple will be marriedat returning to his home in Mi-
to bother guests from the surrounding towns. our bags Into the waiting bus o'clock we' were at the new Missionary College College- In theology from South.ern 4:30: pm.. August 23, in the ami Sunday evening. Bud Han.
At) Of them that I talked with said that they thoroughly which took us to Hotel Mon UNESCO: building'for a tour of dale, Tennessee where she Missionary College Col- Calvary Baptist Church Arcadia ey also of Miami was the weeto-
enjoyed every minute of the night;!! and' afternoon per dial for lunch. At 3:30: > P. M. the, building and a briefing on majored in home economics. legedale. Tenn.. where he serv. Florida. No formal invitations end guest of' Edward Johnson
form nces. i the work of UNESCO by Mr. While attending college Miss ed as president of the Student are being'sent In Arcadia here and attended the Rodeo.

i On the float' were Mrs. Glenn Ebersole Mm. Ellen Fullerton a UNC graduate In Edwards served as secretaryof Association also vice president) and all friends are invited to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Scott
the class of 1948. attend the, and the reception -
We learned wedding
Campbell Mrs. Charlie Hill. Mrs. David Browder. Mr. rr that the the Student Association secretary public relations committee following and children Mane Sylvia.
building and its furnishings immediately ,
F If.: Houseman Mrs. Joe Minoughan. Mrs.' William gave expression to the of her Junior class, chairman and recreation com the ceremony. at the Country Mike and Steve of Ft. Lau-
Olshong. Mrs. W. B. Miller. Mrs. Jack Duncan and Mrs. educational scientific and cultural vice president of the women's mittee chairman of the Stu. Club. derdale were the guest of Mr.
Grace bmith. Members out of town or otherwise notable iJY"t' + Interests of the whole and Mrs. Bus Johnson and
to be on the float other than Mrs. Agnew. were Y world transcending< nationaland family Saturdiy. _Also joining
them here for barbecue din
Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Jilm Morqus. Miss Alma Mur. regional interests but' embodying a
Rupert
eluded dinner In the homes of hours late
leaving Paris' but tour through Madrid. The afternoon ner Saturday were Mr. and
phy Mrs. O. D. Dobson Mrs. S. W. Bail, Mrs. John A. the uniqueness of each. French families for some for we had a smooth even flightat was spent In the Prado Mrs. Jim Scott of Arcadia Mr.
fcUmmons! Mrs. T. A. McEachern and Mrs. Tom Weekleyi Mr. Fullerton described for us other the Folie Bergere the 3O.OOO feet with dinner served where our guides Introducedus Ernest White and sister Miss
See picture Womens Club Float' on Page 3-A. the programs of study research Lido. Montmartre. and the Left during our one hour and to El Greco Goya Rubens, Effie White. Calling In the
and discovery being carried on Bank or a boat trip on' the fifty minute night to Madrid.On etc. After dinner, at 93O P.M. afternoon were Mr. and Mrs.
PRIZE FOR DANCING by the various units of UNES
Seine by night. arriving we were met by "Henry" took' us to a nightclub Leo Coker of Bunker and Mr.
\\l Yes, that Is what Cynthia and Frank Rumsey. won CO and the practical of By the morning of the third our two guide Dr. Enrique noted for Flamengo dantf- and Mrs. Melvin J. Scott and
these
when on their recent trip to Puerto Rico and the Virgin especially In the developIng day In Paris, night life began Cannons. Marquis and Professor log where we enjoyed a continuous son Pug The Marvin Scotts
As
regions. he added to
Islands. Cynthia won only one prize. but that debonaire this a brier'reference to the to make its Impact on daytime of Art at the University of performance until two- and Ernest White also attend _
'i Frank said that he won no many that he became ashamed work of other specialised agencies activities. Only half the group Madrid and Mrs. Maria Lux thirty A.M.Tuceday ed the Rodeo In the afternoon.
fend sat down to give the other fellow a chance. That of the UN. we were made was at the American Embassy" Medina director of International was cpent In Toledo Many of the people of this '
was real thoughty of him. I say. But both Cynthia, and keenly aware of the fact that for the 930: meeting with Institute for Girls in and here we visited a jewelry community attended the Rodeo
frank are such good sports that I know they got all we were living In a'world community Mademoiselle Terre on' French Spain. Dr. Carmona Introduced factory and shopped In' the parade Saturday morning In
that was them to get It was fun to hear them tell of In which the major Education, followed at 10:00: himself as "Henry to everyone morning: had lunch at an elegant Arcadia riding in the parade
with a talk by Mr. Smith onpolitics. Immediately breaking the hotel In the mountain were Dickie: Johnson Rusty
some of the experiences they had on and off the trip. problems facing the human race '
However, all were on Ice and creating an informal overlooking and from (Continued on 3-B)
DIANN OONZALES Toledo page
could be solved only If' theywere
But I- must tell you.that Frank Is not always the gay
hand for a guided tour throughthe setting for our four days in 4 to 7 P.M. had a guided tour
rpproached from world
a
dog he would have you believe. One afternoon Cynthia Louvre at 2 P.M. A number Madrid. After clearing with of the cathedral St. Thomas
perspective.At ish Kings, as well as the monument -
WM In their cabin reading; and our' hero announced that DiAnn' G'onzolesEngaged 1300: noon we went to also visited Jew de Patens customs changing our money Church El Greco home and built by Franco In
h.' browse around bit and what he the Imnraaatonist Museum in and identifying our bags recognition
to, see we
was going a' : the roof of the UNESCO: building --7-- museum and an ancient synagogue of the soldiers who diedon
P could SEE Cynthia wo*' agreeable to that so off he where' In an International the late afternoon. were quickly on a twenty minute famous for its murals both sides In the civil war.
t *nr: Soon' the air conditioner went Kafluey ((1)) so atmosphere we enjoyed a sumptuous One of the nigh points of the bus ride to the hotel where and it* connection with the Wednesday afternoon was free
she got, up and dressed and went on deck to look for Mr .and Mrs. A. V. Edwards lunch and s glorious view, week In Paris was a banquet a second dinner was waiting. early history of Toledo. We for shopping and other"Individual -
tank Met a couple out on deck that they had been ant this week announcing' the of Paris. After lunch we.walked .t' the PartsYMCA' with 20 Spanish style,' at 1O-30 in the returned to Madrid In time fora Interests. At ICMXJ: Thurs

chatting with. and she asked Cynthia if she was looking engagement of their daughter to' the Come, of the InVa1ide. University students followedby evening. 9:00 P.M. dinner.Wednellday day morning our bus left the
for her husband. Cynthia told her that she was, and DIAnn OonislM te A 1/. Robert .. three blocks' distant to a party consisting of'drama Starting at 10:00: Monday morning we went hotel and the AlP an ,that he had out browsing around. The friend S. Conto. Mr. Conto Is the visit the,tomb of Napoleon'atfd dancing' and group singing; morning our two guides took by bus to Ecorial. the Royal hour and' fifty minute flight
gone on of Mr and Mrs. Manuel to have a conducted! tour cf the The young men met at this us on a four hour orientation Palace of many famous' Span- ta rtcmv.lio .
aid NO he isn't browsing around. lie I Is sitting over" Conto of fit Lowry ,Road Falmouth. crypt which. porirayed'the'achlevetnents party were available for the
there in the deck chair FAST asleep. Now nI.Is Man.Th In life and' culture following two evenings to a..
hard to believe that.of my frlesd but Cynthia says thatIt .) bride-elect) 'has been a begun by Napoleon. From here slat. a' number of our group I Iseeing In
1 Is true. Just no telling what Frank had been missing resident of Arcadia for the we went'by Metro to the'headquarters Important and interesting p
" while he wag snoozing past 12 years. She attended of NATO for a brief- aspect of Parisian life. 'wrT
local schools.Mr' trig on Its work and the role Friday was the day tor ,Ve :
Leota (Dozier) Dirk Conto .la how stationed of the US In the programs allies: We arrived at '-30 b,. messy defrosting
Is'' touring Michigan. She wan In Lansing when> she at McCoy Air Force. in Orlan leading to development of acooperative. train' and had an orientationto
wrote( but,had spent some time in Mackinaw and FortMkhifimackinac do. .European. C o anmuhlty the history of the castle before
: saying that It was, one of the most Plans, are being?' mad for a : meeting our guide at 10:00:
interesting trips that she had ever taken. The tort' mid'August wedding. Oar second night t'I.la Paris In- for a' tour of the Opera theGrands

situated! on the high ,bluff overlooking the straits was Petit. Apartments Apartments which and end'ad the
built the British In 1780 and soon became the most
by
at l-OO: P.M. W* were fur
Important military pout of the Great Lakes. Frank R4ms Y'sJ Return from Trip tunate In our guide* M.dameEIIrUch

Behind the pallisaded walls and stone-flanked gates ,. whose dramatic talent
the post comes alive In the recreated scenes from the 01 made the history the romance
dramatic history of the past. Seeing those remarkably and the tragedy live again .... r'X
preserved ,buildings including the barrackc museum e, N we moved Utrought the room.
the officers quarters, the Mackinac museum, the guard + ., halls and galleries of one or I

hou*, and the block houses gives one a greater understanding the most magnificent castle ot
of the Important rote of Fort Mackinac In the t Europe. After lunch the group
toured the gardens and vt.1tftJ
of the Old Northwest. The guardian
development guns the Grand and Petit Trianon,
now silent still protect the Citadel of the Lakes. In one the Theatre, the Grotto loam-
of the pictures Included In the letter. Leota had. Inclosed .sit a :ws + 11 (where Marie Antoinette

a picture d replicas of 18th century military played at farming) and the
I punishment deviser, similar to those In Willlamsburg. p.e Pavilion d'Amour before takIng '

Virginia. an evening train back WParts. -- :

One of the Interesting things about Lcota's letter was '. ,i .
the "HORSK: IS KING" story. To preserve the unique Saturday was free except the _

and scenic terrain of the Island the use of motor ve- ballet evening-OteeUe.at the Opera with the Gi, t. ,

hicles has been prohibited 1 by both City and State governments. ZZit Sunday was free until our

No' stop lights gas stations, or exhaust X i departure for Madrid. on the '1f nToday's
fumes get away from the high speed hub-bub of 4.2O: plans t1t < trig

modern everyday life Into the old time horse and MADRID '
,
buggy atmosphere. All scenic anti historic sights can P' fi Our Caravel Jet was t .
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be visited by horse and buggy. Kxtwrienced.: courteous!

CARRIAGE TOUR DRIVERS: GUIDE YOU through REf.. III

the wooded trslU to points of Interest explaining the : .
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history and folklore of this world famous Island of romance. : ,
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Visitors for more than 110 years have enjoyed l tJd Inz.L 1IO'Od'' modular. hold 'Jonitiltsi ....t .,
plenty o/evwVuMny .... fSraeIc .
)i ; Mass
swing beautiful Mackinao Island"while riding in the 1 t *> never'rotme in mmtaf u.-It.:=z-.t7 I .tlrpleei. ..all '

-Surrey With the Frimr on Top. Automobile hornsguTvreplsced vro-doM fref ertion or refrlswnplng ri&fat .t'y+ .. emater.

<<> by the tranquil clipplty-clop of prancing NG.... >v ev 4dks Jant ., ..... -r
horses. Yrs, only on' Mackinac Island 110.... Is King. No mnppInc 1Ip'P ....... OoAw& y.'R .,.. the atnssastt -,...

Leota said that Lady Byrd Johnson was on the Island byw ft eihtmty 'vtoi Bwm sari- bog41M beil... .........,. ..
d fM same day that her party ferried t over but L. II.was "nMr1'MdPnr' ttfc1 mqae a trIe: : -}'. _
tor.t"--.r .
combination hold &. &he ..,.
electrbsS
on a private cruiser Governor Romney has a summer .
murti BnoTe -yetjttAlHW ISMS Refri..
i home on the Island and the tour passes right by it, 4 kitchen vp gtoe-. r ... ....g
BTMCSW You'U enjoy tewmtetdxushr **. .?*!**.. st year" spplUaos..
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The Harry-Anna Crippled Children Home kYS..es' tn
ssc apere. siesta...cer+.reu.trails. sTIim1O
,I hop* that all of you went to the Elks Association Mr and Mrs. Frank RumseyMrs. fat today deoMMl ausne= ooaveai.ea tl.etaa in, -,

Bro eue dinner Saturday.. Believe me\ 1 would not 1
lamas.and for several! reasons. The dinner Is always Mrs-ad Frank' M. Rum ..*... pool end.WMle' a nbathngen ,I ANNIVIAAARYClad ...............................................,..I..,... a
good ,and plentiful the funds are used to care for eel SO4 N La. Avow. art dft'tr Up'J f "
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j MILLION RATE .
in depicted In the above picture docked, aC UMnt dUhr-1 RBDUCTfcTMf: i
the
Harry Anna Children's Horn
youngsters Crippled a. Uwy'' tMrUa the tnttavsteHaryrUn swrU.Ufcry were kept busy : t/swtt+a'than ewe....._It'w a......Set c'-p M..AUa.tCTIiIIC
with crippling1 deformities and then the Elks at.ways .. sad *: luxury timer Art night a.d 4ay owe**)* ... *.a+>aK.sod then b...a c.-tot 4o esei eC.....-... El.etwRp soap se .... i
give us the> finale on the Fourth of July festivities. .... al' Miami for a T-4ay e*ewsrs vtafttats fay laser so sjtMdi sar tt e e aymeotc* miaim nrtd "*cJ lFLO Tate ..'-

with the beautiful display of fireworks over Lake Kath qv'" to Sa Jun Pu.rt.ltlce..od' MM efcib in Ftoen Rico..They ...........................eNN'fa ............... "
rtB** And' If you have bought any fireworks ,lately SC, TkMn4They V1rgttllaft spent .a! the VtrgUifatul .......
you rWUie*now\ mUch' this cost them. > 1a.tae4a nab &1M beau' }

slut a little more about the Crippled& Children's Home entered. the W9U-ftUa4. la........ ........ "I.J ld' .n n'11.1 ltlla.et / ; .r .
In 'UvtatAU. One) of our own small girls' Sandra Jean ...' -nmablltIt p......., .ber f Mr. a-p eeneyaf) pe.r fa.aee .NI sees ".'. oJ_

,...,..,..,otId.- tt month old daughter of ClifI.' and Bar- newt.,_... 4itei'sb_ tIM dts-.tAaet tlasri .rr*....e b'i::MeeS rr-rn. anron tee ., KID. A PlWtl LICIT. C.'PII: -' w *

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, ,. ...1- .: 1 Li |r "Hffe' and Mrs James T1\btnpo been the lost two weeks wtn r'' I I I.. ." AI 'i" .... 11"i ii i

j'I 0riatL.111,11'I jl'l I ( 1 ( .oHfisnd} chrMren Debbie and her grandparents Mr. anti Mrs.. ''

' : Jimmy of Bradenton spent L. B. Mathews. .tCon""..... fern page 2B)

Friday and Saturday with the ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Prlt-
bnra Hrtm ortl. >7or.h re-vard Avenues Is a patient
1< James, Ttsdale family :Mr chett visited Mr. and Mrs fed J' Ats '
Thompson is the brother of Hurst Sunday afternoon there tied.. has teen for the paM three weeks. Sandra us

Mildred Tisdale Jean w4 born with a congenital disIoeatecFhip and) with m Ilyafd
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Rev. David wife -
Barryhill.
J Mr. and Mrs Norval I Barger and son were the dinner guests her left leg tununi in rom the knee down Th* par- s ;

4 had as their visitors Monday.Mr of Mrs. Kipps Mrs. Fipps ents think that: t h., is in a wonderful place and plan to -. .,-

Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Janney, of Mrs. Edna Carlton In her *. Annie Mae Newberr, Mr grandson Buddy Hurst and visit her next weekend. Sandra Jean ha. a two year ',

and Gen*, of Chief Lake Placid. and Mrs Sam Murphy and Mr. Harriet C adni' Sandra Jean as act
!sons Mike cottage on i friend Glen were, also dinner old' sister i an: sion,
arrived Thursday of last Croft. Mrs Hanger would" 111110 l received complete and exhaustive '
Una, guests. are all the other patients. a ;;
week and spent until Sunday; Abner ErickMl son Bert like to remind the ladies that Mr and Mrs. Pete Petersonand medical checkup and! injections against contag- h..
Janney'. sister Mrs.V the- Brownvllle extension, olubvflll ;6... l:
Mr
with. and grandson Paul returned Z Gall were the supper ious drst'aX.rays were taken and diagnosis' made
\ A. Jones children: Donna home early Sunday morning have their meeting& this guests of Mr and Mrs. Sonny treatment for her- specific deformity. '' $iwIu)1
Thursday at the center at ::.1H>. for
and Billy %1:1.:
from
Sue a wonderful month's vacation Hitch Thursday night. grateful to the membersof
Harbara
Cliff and arr very
Buddy Hurst t and Glen werehere .
trip that carried them attar Mr. and Mrs. L W. ""hlt.my.r !
this weekend from the the local Elk--% Club for as you know that is at taskthat "
McCorrftlcfc California. and Mrs. M. L. RUm all
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert : as Mr. Erick "JA
i Homestead Air BatMr. -. be done ut home and seemed farbeyond
cannot
daughters Constance, son satd he felt rested since of Miami visited In the Sonny eat
Jennie and Von spent the he sat In the back: seat of his and. Mrs. Sonny Hitch Hitch home Sunday. Mrs. a young couple's means. And' then to be eligible to t
air and Children Gene, Jesse Teri Is and the physielaYrmust\ feel' tlrtit' the child's con- 'i., .
Weekend visiting relatives, conditioned: car and directed \\ hltmyer Sonny's sister enter ..
frhey went' from here to Ft. Bert how to drive. Anyway wentto Fort :Myers Saturdayto Mrs M L, Rltih: Is Sonny's dition will respond to treatment and that lifted a load ... .

White for a visit with Mr. Mc- they all had a wonderful trip, attend to sume business.Rev mother needless to say the from the minds of the llransford.- .

Cormlck'a mother Mr John and enjoyed every day of it. David Barryhill visitedIn visit was very much enjoyedby 1a
the James TiiJule
White, and attended a famll; The weather was very hot in homSund.y all.Hallie. OWENS. t N WS af
afternoon
eunion while therei They re- California the entire time they Montgomery Is spendIng f C; Iui
urned home by Live Oafc for were there. In fact: Mr. Erick- Mr. and :ill i. James McClelland Connelly Jr. LVttle.\ Calvin N berry Is a few days with the ". (Continued from page ;2 B)
the sick list this Wehop'whe
wrek
i visit with other relatives son said that they were cool on ,is bet aaie family. Garner Eddie!: Garner and lit Z Jlrtid
out of the car only three times fteling ninth The Kttch family visited tie daughter Nnerrle\ 1:: ,

while in North Carolina Mis. Uitclihi: mother in Arcadia i ..
Mrs. S. W. Ball. Miss Rachel away Boatright-Connelly WeddingOne felt.The has lost We were very glad to have ,
community two .
Mrs. Marvin Tidwell the Grand Canyon and Saturday' also visHInd was Mr .and Mrs. Owen Brewer .
Simpson. of it's oldest this 'it.h.
Yosemite National members Motile Hcnfroe of Punta Gulls
and Mrs Park. They and family Mr.
Arcadia and daughter I
ht., all of ywFr .
Marvin Tidwell Jr. of Cooke were all happy to return home. of the lovliest of the The groom was attended by' past week. Mr. Sam Mcrrerpassed Hugh. Peggy; and We>>ley Long and Mr*. 'R. L* Kpp and two ; .

ills Tenn. left Thursday. They Soory to have missed the ro- June wedidngs was the simple his father J. M. Connelly Sr. away after a long illness of Cleveland. Gene Frances- daughters with ua In our church Ida..ueiit.
and Mr. Cleave Mercerhad'a .
deo. After the a small funny and Sam Williamson
from here to Cookeville. and Impressive ceremony ceremony Sherry. Sunday mortilrtif. The* Epos
went therewith uniting in marriage Robbie reception was held at the new- heart attack: and parsed of Nocatee' and Pat been living In Califor )A(he
And after stew days rest have y
and James Mc home of the bride and groom. away. Our sympathy to btifamilies. ami Shannon Whlddea of Noc- 1 'nitre.1ftcUa'
the Marvin Tidwell. Jr. Miss June Rodgers, accompanied Lee Boatrtght nla for some time while he:;

amity Mrs. Marvin Tidwell by her nephew Roger Clelland Connelly Jr. The brideIs In the receiving! line with Lee Tisdale returned, home a'_. was In the sinned services. :
trove Mrs. Bail and Miss Simp Smith arrived Friday for a the daughter of Mr. and Mrs the young couple! were bothof Mr. Lewis ITUchelt visited Mrs. Piney Stevens of Area WR, :J'fqi'
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from Bradenton where she has
on to Washington. Pa., where weekend visit with her. parents John Boatrlght.. and the parents their parent The- bridals. :Mr' and Mrs W. W. Pritchett: dim Is enjoying a' visit'' with her ad! r i ....r

hey will spend the summer Mr. and Mrs Horace of the groom are Mr. and mother Mrs. Uoatrlght. wore a Sunday afternoon. sister Mrs J. W. Brewer and t '.'''U1''..

months... Mrs" TldWell returned Rodgers. West Hickory Street. Mrs. J. M. Connelly. Sr. turquoise blue satin afternoon Jacksonville, and Revs. and 1 have been asked to thank Mr Brewer In our community, '..0't

)a Arcadia the first of the The double-ring ceremonywas dress, with a Jeweled yoke Mrs.' William Flsackerly. and all of the people of this com She attended the Sunday., ser a f t'Qa

cek. Chief Warrant Officer (Ret) performed at the homeof She wore a corsage of whit fire children of Tampa were munity and the people every vlf'Iwlth' ,, Mrs. Brewer. Beinga
Lew Eppes and Mrs. Eppes. Reverend Sheppard Bryan of carnations Mrs Connelly mother weekend guests of Mrs Whit wtiei who,, gave money clothIng former- resident of Owen "W.-
and daughter arrived Church of Arcadia of the groom wore pale and household 'things to always glad'to 414:1y :
Karen friends
Lt. Col. and Mrs; Norman the First Baptist low's and Mrs Flaai kerly's her are .
,!olland> children Jarrelf and reoenioy 't'0ItO&4e", Utah The young couple met at blue moire silk and a whit. mother Mrs. HaroUl Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Trlb Johnson. have her with us. MARY LYNN STONE !lI.W':
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Uebru. "have returned to their for an extended visit with Mrs. improvised altar In front of carnation corsage. '"--- They would like to thank each .M..... .-...-.t.. ."Ira..-.-. -n... -I... Lloc Johnson _. _t

ome In Kllleen, Texas following Eppes parents Mr. and Mrs the mantle in the gracious living Mrs. Freddie B6atrtght, sis Reverend and Mrs. ShepparUBryant' one personally but this would send and son hay" of Okeechtr /
Owen T. Brewer. Sr. in Owens The mantle was ten bride impossible so they over Saturday to Miss Stone IW.
a visit In Nocatee with his room ter-law of the presided left Monday, morningfor bee drove .Lynne t
and
parents/ Mr. and Mrs. Grover They came by Madison Florida tered with a. floral arrange at the bride book. a three. weeks vacation their thanks to each everyone. attend the Itotleo parade and

C Holland. Sr.. and. other re and were Joined th ere by merit, of white mums, glads The bride's table was overlaid trip. Rev. L. T Fagan will fill Mr.. and Mrs. J. D. Jones. of for a visit with his mother Engaged To, .;..,f

.1tlv... another daughter Wanda who and, bridal fern with tall tapera with an Imported lace the pulpit at the Baptist Noeate Road visited Mr. Mn. M O. Johnson Until the Ws.a.ts
the
had attended North Florida In crystal candelabras at cloth! and centered with the church while the pastor Is a- and Mrs. W W. Pfitchett Sundry late afternoon. Emerson R. Jones ..",,,'
Mr and Mh. S. W. Shaw of Junior' College""!'" there!' this past cither end. An arrangement of beautiful tiered wedding cake. way. Also visitingwas Mrs. Clam Stroble accosn a
afternoon
ampa arrived'' Friday for a year palms rtompleted: the bridal At one end of the table was Mr. and Mrs. V J. Pelt panted her son Vernon on a Mary Lynne Stun. and -,.!.

weekend visit with Mr, and setting. an antique cut glaas' candle, Mrs.: J. E. (Betty Weaver of Arcadia.We trip to Ft. Myers Friday mornIng Emerson Jones are engaged.
chen
>.!rs. W B. Miller. The Shaw's Mr and Mrs. William Dasher The bride, a petite brunette labra which has been In the and daughter, Lynn Dale of have family livIng on business, topping In Announcement of the engagement -

ave been coming to the Rodeoor : sons, Bill and Tony of St. was radiant in a suit or white grooms family for five gen-Tarpon Springs, spent the rodeo a new Punta Oorda on shelf way has been made by her 'J
In our community<< They are
ande Petersburg spent last week at small home for m short visit. Mrs' .Nelma Stone of alga:
the past several years eyelet pique. She wore a erations. Dainty sandwiches, weekend with her father In Mrs. Annie Williams' parents,
said that he enjoyed this Lake' Placid. They cam In halo veil and carried a white cheese pastries, salted nuts and Pete. pickier, She came to house.Mrs.Icing Mrs. Kd: Farabe of Arcadiaand Arcadia, and Mr. Allan Stoneof -t: -;.

ears more than ever before. Friday afternoon for a week prayer book with a corsage of mints were served. Mrs. Eddie help him celebrate, his birth Ash went to the her granddaughter. Mrv. Pasadena. California. He Is .11tr"*

-- end visit with her parents. Mr. valley; lillies. centered with awhile Rushing sister of the day anniversary, and. also to funeral Betty of Cleave Mercer: Mon. Charles Peck and baby daughter the son of Mr. and 1\In. X. E. : l

Miss Dottle Lou Jerkin and and Mrs .Charlie Hill and orchid groom, presided at the bride's attend the rodeo. of Holly Hill called on Mr Jones of Wauchula, Florida.

ties Ann Boring arrived home: whil. here attended the rodeo. Miss Gloria floatrlght washer table and served the wedding day afternoon.Mr.. and Mrs. Glen Smith and Mrs. W, T. Holden Satter'day Miss Stone I I. a IH..I'.red-

Thunday from Jacksonville fort sister's only attendant. She cake. She wore a dress of pink Joey Coker arrived Wednesday have had their sun JDUdle with afternoon. Others calling uate of !)thetas Countyn. High '!

week's visit with their re- Mr. and Mrs Richard Davis wore a wcdgewood blue I and white polk.a-dot silk anda noon and spent until Sunday them the past week, Eddie on the I oldens( during the afternoon School ) ..* fiance la .
ipectlve families. ; They will children Richard. Jeff and .Jen sheathe of whipped cream material corsage' of white carnations'. .lemon whit his parents. leaves today to return to his wee Mr. Wllwy Mo- of larder County High -.

leave Saturday to return to Here spent Saturday'' visitinghis )" and a white carnationcorsage. Miss Linda Moye and Miss Mr. and Mrs J. R. Coker. 520 horn In Wisconsin. Lain of Nocate. M1a Diane '. Hcbiiol. Before becoming employed

uval, Medical Center where parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Doris Stickler, assisted by little North: Mills Ave. Joey Is a Mr. and Mrs. Sam Murphy Scott of Ft. Lauderdal Miss '' by the United Slates .
a iv.all
Miss Jerkins, who recently ward Davis. They met Richard Suan Rushing, dressed like student In Massey Technical and Mr and Mrs. Jack Davis Scott and Mrs. Peck are niecesof Department of Agriculture he

(raduated. has accepted a position Jr. In Tampa a* he arrived her mother, assisted In serving Institute In Jacksonville. spent one day last week !In Mrs. Ilulden. Mr. and Mr*. attended th*. University of
In the Center a* a Registered by plane from summer and other hopltaltiles. Miss Mrs. Leo Coker of Bunker and Mr*. Florida.
In North Carolina. Perry; for an overnight visit Sarasota with Mr and Katherine Gray wr their din .-.S:
DlognisUc Radiology camp Gloria Uoatrlght presided at Mr. .Caroline Campbell re. Durwotxl. Ilrwwn. The wedding will tan. place
Technician: and where Miss with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. the cut glass punch bowl. A turned h o m e Sunday. night Mr. Sam Ash visited his sister ner guest on August. 30 at ':OO p.m. In no.4

Boring will resume her studies Dr and Mrs .. J. Martin Wilson Hendry and from thereon floral arrangements and light from Vero Beach where she had Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kwon In the Church of the Najarene In Jas"one

for her last year. spent Tuesday and Wednesdayof to Atlanta. ed candles completed the set spent several- days visiting Punta Oorda.Mr. Areadl i* x ; s ,

this week In St. Petersburg.Mr ting /or the table. with AUs. W. Clarkaon. and Mr.* Sam Murphy Marriage. ..-- --' :ass f

Mr. and Mrs Logan King Mrs and Mrs. D Carl Smith. Fifty guests attended the reception. Mr. and Mrs. Too Murphy of License ARTHIITIS.IIHINMTISM) --.
hlldren Kay Lou and Hank ofAitz. .and Mrs. Ray Markett accompanied' by their daughter Miss Ella Rails. Mrs. A. F. Plant George and Mary tears
City.
were Friday overnight and daughter Beth left Saturday Mrs. R. B. FutcH. and Mrs. Connelly chose a lur- Copeland. and Mrs. B. W. I lotllngsworth. Connerly and Junior Williamsall Marriage. license were .Is. Do ,1.1Ma ..... Je. Usslii. sake arv'sit.

quests In Arcadia and while afternon for their home daughter Anita, returned home quotas linen dress fur their. Jr. spent Tuesday spent Tuesday sail water sued from the office of DeSoto you ,' abe, yea.r; set any relief .
Island following a Saturday from a week's visit basses anh,4u *. iflTMMUMC MUM/
ere attended the rodeo. IB Merritt wedaing trip to the Gulf Wednesday and Thursday In County Judge Cortina (lays to
three weeks visit that Mrs. In Athens Ga, with M r s.Smith's fishing.Mr Get I em srANHACJC.UkleW OSr jrlA1
Lakeland. attending Children foUewlaarrI :
Beaches. She wore the orchid a and Mrs, Chester. Last* the MACK. 4 .
AH swwittM. we a* >re
Lt. Col. and Mr*. T. E. Wil- Markett. and Beth had spent sister Mrs. Jeff Drown. Workers Cbntfer.nee' on la Glenn. llarlnup, 40. '.1('
and fry
from her bridal bouquet; Inger and grandchildren Kenny e on arrived Saturday from with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Brown and family; two wore turquoise .c_ ri... The the new curriculum, for Methodist and Kay left for Memphis, and Belly Bu. Fordham. Ut of,, MitMed ft" *'"? post"' "'....peke ,..)
and C. S. hays Mr. Markett came brothers. Mr. and Mrs. William tth and to Oar. '. ...... a trless
\nnand le. Virginia Joined couple are now at home at ? Sunday Schools.' Tenn. to spend a few days Sarasota. July ; .I) he ft .dell ."Cauyony.
their d.uchtelMar.le.,..whoas over' on Friday for his family.Dr. Brown and family and Mr. 1014 West Gibson Street. with their daughter Mr. and den Lamar Ford 2a. and Betty lemon;, N.C.

> spent the past two weeks and Mrs A, M. Drown and Mr*. J. A. Simmons; : left Wednesday Mrs. Steve' Johnson. | Ruth, C oeley. 33. both of I 5411a.a.l

with her maternal grandmoher. and Mrs. J. H. Hendrystopped family. Mrs. Mary (Hull went -- -- for Johnsonvllle.' a. C. Miss Mabl M.erer has been 1(Arcadia. July 3rd. ,
.Mrs. Al: J. Doaier. and over Saturday for a with them and visited her bro- for an extended visit with her I
sister .4 ,
week with her
>ther .... ..... They left Wed- visit with Dr. Ireftdr,.'. grand ther. Muse Ho we II In Macon, following a two weeks visit mother, Mrs. G P. Taylor.. She sperallng. Mrs a Ash and other : Ielwai .

tesday for New York and will motlier, Mrs.: N.U Brown. The Ga. Kirby' Garner, and Brandon was called there by led siesta members Betty of her family, While :I

cave from then Friday by couple were enroute to their with her parents, Mr. and Mrs den death of her broth.* CHICKENBASKET .
lane, for Germany where Lt. new homer In Atlanta. Ga. from Mrs. Tom LJndsey. sons Cliff Briny' Orl i fin. all of Nocatee.Mr In.law. Earl Ilrown. She her liable and .Hetty Mabl spent ham aday I I
In Fort
Myers.
oU Wilson will...." three.IU'S' a honeymoon trip. to Nassau. and Leo left Tueday afternoon Lindsay drove his family planar& to spend some time In r RRAf1Q1ArICh
her In
with the U. S. Armed They planend to stop over In for their home in Atlanta. Oa.Mr. here for the visit, but had to the mountains before returnIng left to return. to home \ CY1"
Washington
return to work as a rnet.orolsrat 911oiSM.
'ore**. hem.
Min Judt Flnnemora spent
; Mrs. Lindsay and sons I .

Miss Evelyn Tucker of MImi .i i visited other reletlvea and Mr antf Mrg JeJtn S. Mar Monday. afternoon with Mildred milt
Ttedale,
spent the weekend wither A lrie us whUe here. soy sens Rdward and 0."..ld. .. $1.00, ilea;
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> sister Mr*.. D. R. Gettln- .. ... .f left. early. Tueeday. morning, for IoIUl..... of gladiolus andehryaastheenums 'Irnt{
retirees Jan
Miss Phillips
..r and' Dr. Gettlnger. Sb. a three weeks vacation trip.' H.
shipped
ame to attend the rodeo.Mr arrive* Tuesday night from They planned to de a lot .f are i .. \
Marshall.. Miss. for a few days north each winter. New with
sightseeing between here and rose and carnations being. 4 How to liven ....
visit ..th her grandparents upa
and Mrs. Henry Beets New VIE where they will .. .I14JI
ons Hartk and Robby of Or- r Mr, and Mrs. C. II. Peters, Air attend Ifc* Fair They will then grown on a f.eld seal, the future .1 With Slow It PototOM )
J.1 rest Hoed. She left the first '' looks even better.SWITCHING, I t ".1*'
with lunch
Undo spent the weekend tour the New England States. oXYe.lhmke.eeeifre'.tae.t
II mother. Mrs H. P. Bevls.rhe of UMP week for Miami to Join and return home toy' m differ* ;, 4aI.

Henry Bevls's are spend .., IM-S p*. ala Mr. and Mrs. ent rout. lot Hay.Or .. ,.f t.I .
"g two weeks In the Bevis ..m s J, fsgarty.L : ? Corey Out kind. d emarwtsh. W/se gee .d7eaemdeeh I I .,,4I t tI

stage on Lake Placid. I Mr. and ..... Paul Coker, a rhea yw.M/te.1t t 1 !I .;.
e u r >t von liishop .( Ft. Pierce children Carmen. Richard, and Ut de.t."* ..,..!* .Up .It. -.- i2.'tear w Jy see hetf

Verlan Sue and Mike Jones petit the weekend with nM Rabin arrived Friday.. f rum i" 7-" sashdag Llrf M ... : | Irtf

"f Miami spent Fathers Day mint Mrs J, L. Duncan and HunUvlll' Ala. and spent uifj ..miy ee.ae.d arms.. 01 are PINE POINTRESTAURANT lC ;;

weekend. with their father. Mr IXincaA lie came over UI Tuesday. morning with IoIra.C. .]I...... ,*.... saM krmf ......... KRAI TSandwfcft n rJ
4 ... ..... .
toss tIeeemaeU.me.eetree.
Claude Jones. Vivian Sue I Is Y a r i and attended the rodeo .....*. mother, Jot,*, O. D. -- *
ow u* Glenn Arden summer ae :ettn au... Laagfurd. They were pined Kd.aaaas..4s-. <<
.
t ev. vs e ergs /salsa. 'lnras.lrseas red!
'amp In Arden. N. C. and Saturday far the day by another _..1-.1........._o.-.c. tMfl Ba..a Ofc .IreetANCAOtA Spread
Wk. returned to Miami to Mrs. IV B. Kennedy and Mrs.Roy ., Mr*. Langford. deogK.lers. Q a a, Nl.f. aw year saaaey bask t I arM

iftend" summer school there. Tau at Cartervllle. Oa. Mr*. It. T ........... Mr.Simmon Phase WA a-Mf J oj..

-' t were weekend gueets *4 their *, and oawghter. .IU_. .. laato'
sac brother Mr. std Mrs. W. .. .. -- -
Mr .and Mr*. Frank Carroll. I - I .

IT, children Be*. Jeanie.atby. -nn.7/ 0.1 .,brsjytf

and Marlon, returned I ?
Mr, and M.... Terrlll II. Hut-
*"v. Friday frftsn a vacation awl
1.
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trip to North CarolinaWhile lock rMMrew Defer and Terri COMING tl.

tMr.. they visited Mr. Carear. i ... Lynn of a:... o.n... and. Mr, l.l'.d'ft. ,
and Mrs. o.whAt
.i brother, the Clyde Car- flay .
rail family at their summer d eft JMSM'''. sot Dvld. ..

ftoC...>*. la Bath, N. C. Enrwt r of Deaden. spear Ute w.e another forward

"t..a.. they vUMed their *os) >.. with w... Hkatork astdMr step .1

and daugflt r-ln.Uw. Mr. and 1 *. Golden* pervnta Mr, end better!
Ur*. Frank Carroll' Jr. laKksMtvUlev Mrs. Char... D. Tier sad .*- to serve you ..11'no
her ,...0.... 'ii2.
;* N. C. ,
and Mr*. Tommy WillUmgCarol LlONG DISTANCE

J..... .Jaee of Miami hoe M,. all. Mrs. Karl Cmkwt j NEW .. !
'" spendia several weeks HickrnanBecatne loON Carelya Iticasntsne .ern. Bad win aloe ewers Ole weekend liM STATEMfcMTSINTERCOUNTY N
Te wmb' his father. Claude i asr.T
Jena He leave soon to visit Bride .of Mr Edwardtfeer Wua.-., bra a.... 0.. wing w m 4t JoIn hgtaeVN .... ....- .Muw .d tmlee eiosd::. eec .a..erwe.e eight .
'. daMeaad': q "rre.a.e
a "fiend eel Bsi ama llsli ed she Rtsaal. served w E ..c.t.. N.; %.y wvcAlUMa. Mee floe A.e..a ,......' sne Ha'e whN
bees mug .... Ca. W vtstt ........ Tall IMY smog ....._ .uu'+d f
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ttisa Carrn i.n Thos.; Williams The bride'/ ..... was lei wide Mrs. Ccsesietrs s**terMrs eaa_. Oam ... ........ .......... 0551 Ia..emd.e.. ... M. .fNnae' alai
wN
J anAl .
M... The wedta4 elf Mina CM'SI' .ed with ass saayeeld Tae ........l f rrsHs.. Jr. .... .useaee ........ T_ .....-. 4wsr5 044 swa Sn sesame .. ,
ie
iay for raw ...>the asaf \ ... ..... Ie'.. 4....-me *.
.. Conan Ocssta nhww' ... here picfrsradah...ta (.Kr.. and tatte twit veer J.w.on... gad sew Tier ... reel> t. mac .. ......... seed .m N .....-.. ./TIN eeay ear
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t d >eeI..w. a Tstsu* Mrs. H. K. Mtrtsaaa aeraatp A.giana, Ga. Mr a Visit ally .tw ...t.maee. w ....., .4w'...'...r e0 ft : ;f/0'/ .
WUUaaia. seat meet el a........... i '
ca_..*,. Several ether gu* a4 7emrwy 'n-de: errM11. to tlirslat =.: .t a .. fit
boas .*r. ...., with Ja<<. etf M. end Mft. Cell: The ..Mt. .a el eaive wag cut hank AJa. M v/M Ie,. Cci.akett I .
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oI _i. wee 1 gad served a>r Snit' OraM e -.w.. at.... .s atlas'r.as V--' .,..... M Pneg D

Dr aavff. Mfg David 3Veil.E4J 4atMr.*>y 'e.esa.c, ttefj*. >i and Mra, KJrr ........ Mrtr hwdrew stfeerns.aerM ; .41fal
M*. sad Mae.strati The .... d
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rtd,. .. tread lire __. 1 ..... The eaa pi ws4 reM" M MI' sited II.. W. L Tistyra64 \ .. e r '

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"' O God. \Y-e thank Theo. or our brothers; {tact'sister-sin,'' ?
Vast Changes In Social Mores Christ who arc engaged in' His service on earth. Gr 'ht

1'111 that Thy church. being conscious of1t oneness in Jesus

Christ as Lord. may be strong and..jVfccUvftin {the fulfillment -
: By THURMAN SENSING certainly, understand that the cess But those who,. desire radical of Thy purpose. For Ills sake. Amen.

Nothing in the American NCC it devoting Its personnel change are afraid to attempt :

experience has prepared the and finances to the invasion or to use the amendment t

nation for the invasion of the that It Is working hand- process for they fear that M V*4 revi 'I.IUrWI taoa U'toW atssae

State of Mississippi now In glove with SNCC. an organization change is wanted only by a a.e.uqMen ss'wo.tawnaa rsraa)5 swnrimt' ,- 1.1. A1.ld..twkr.. : ; htMn FeW. A ,
.I
progress by youths trained and that is Insurrectionary in tiny radical group not by the! ma .masse. A.Ait na /IIt &II1IIO',.. ot1M&r..r" IFasNOitagctdsAra Desoto County News
organized: by the National character and infiltrated by great body of the American et.H.aer)a .etlQa Att01P/N.,e jp r / A.tI ataCAtaCAi C NT/llCT.' t

Council of Churches and the communists. people. j i "

Student Non-Violent Coordinating Whatever opinion the vast Another legitimate Instrument naw 4a e risen AR)b .r 1p.eur .1 1t- Of Bygone Years iI. ::;{ .
f farn.wn
of in
Committee. reasonable majority of the change our societyIs : ,) 7a15 '
American the system of states. They ;, ,. .r ft :
Indeed the average American people may hold regarding f Taken from the files of
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a peaceful sum the wisdom of Mississippi's amount to SO laboratories. ir rJ #
planning / The Arcadian. The oSoto County !
Their utility lies In the fact ) ,
mer vacation social arrangements I
News and The
Ul. Arcadia
can hardly they surely are disapproving that each traditionally has had \I f' Champion. ..

Imagine whatIs of the use of the worst type its own special approach to the T r1reri.cal M ieeasef.r .
involved in problem of popular government rl .is nv1swnx .1.t..r\ 111 liT 11 11' l'
through change.
r a eeo.n..rst.arai
+" this extraordinary If it is social change that the allowing for progress i 1 I ur t. rH. eftrosti
geared to the special characteristics i ,, r Sony 6W eel A0.NiJ11At
,, combirred American people desire there 55 Years '
opera- are plenty of peaceful means and needs of its peo } x-- Ago *

tion to push of achieving it in this republic pie. Now the liberal Intelligentsia -

through revo- ways of bringing it about concentrated in a few It. E. Whidden left Monday :Miss Edna. Holllngsworth of
,I lutlonarychanges gradually without a social ex. crowded hectic metropolitan r for a two week's stay on his Drownvtile won t h o second
In the plosion. The principal means centers, are determined that rattle range In Eastern: DeSoto. pria for this district .In. the
rustnms o f embodied in our U. S. Constitution everyone must live the same ecwlrl carscrahe)5T1 Before he left, he bought the Tampa, Times' prize: contest.
one state. Few churchmen. is the amendment pro- way and have precisely the stock of cattle belonging to C. The prize was to be either a
same system of state govern \ l5V 1iN a.olea aeaant csvtra.s4 a earner Y. Crawford. Involving about diamond ring or a gold: watch
ment. This desire. already Is v ld flRes4 s waoar5st At-/ettprfirvtls rwu-- $33.00O.:: Dr. Lvltner of Uartow was
7 C.MSN*'* flsiW nor I.wt dies R.TCNit. 7Ma
productive Ill-will among the ia as s wwa Ti SPAINS $ R5 Le i/.w rims re Pet 4. aresel The Taylor County Herald scheduled too fill the baptist'
COPYCATS American people. .KCiMaw rat cMracn 7 *v auCMcvsse.lP.v! 70 nr tsssrs. edited by Hugh Sparkman atPerry pulpit on tho following ''Sun

If this weren't bad enough had moved Into a now
the states hove.. to reckon with building. day.Miss May licit Anderson returned -

militant extremists who aren't Rev 11. Kclgwln left on Monday to her home 'In Tampa
satisfied with the slow but regular : Arm",1 :J!* l/l/orfct evening by train fur Kus> Monday after visiting. hfJc fora

SOVIET processes of the law and U.. and then to GlcitwiMtrl month.W. .
S.r' PRODUCTION INDUSTRIAL II social custom. They are determined where h. wtHtUI live for the It. rugate of Fort Option: '

to launch a mass agitation next year.The w ". in AriHKl.a vno UajR last
\ ;iI movement against a state Viet Nam .A Korea Or Worse ? Champion' office' had ordered week
or a community, such as Mississippi a typesetting machine Mr. P. C. Durrancv of Wau-

f and St. Augustine. Fla.. The Georgia AUbama excursion chuU was visiting friends' and

in order to turn the established put tm by the A CM. relatives! In Aroriift' for a "'e k.
v order upside down. They' care Dy ROBERT MORRISThe Communists: Hut.' there Is Yet this la III Dudtlhlst brutisht loots vistolrs lu Tampa Mrs. Ii. f:. Conlon r",Uunedfrom
not in the least how they torment South Viet Nam crisis much evident thatthis clashIng monk to whom AmbassadorHenry having the privilege of Fort aliens, whrroh. : *

INCENTIVE a community disrupt its looms larger every day. More I .IS hot In earnest. Cabot Lodge gave. sanctuary remaining until the I 17th of the had ..ttendOntstiou": ",
COPIED FROM economic life, turn Its churchesInto often than not It seems to be The late President Diem was In the American Em month. mcctinc- "s e
AMERICAN centers of strife, and blac- another outcropping of the, -"- uncompromising wltb' theovitaMiwiuSta. bassy. Thereafter Lodge Roger >>
-a FREE ENTERPRISE ken its Image around the na denying retreat policy of our '1 n. tearting IturtdHUt Hllsman and others did
tion. These militant radicalsare State Department which has agitator Trlch' Tri Quay, work to overthrow Diem and
so morally Insensitive that disclaimed victory over Communism with an extensive", Communist Nhu and to bring. to power a 30 Years Ago I

are injured that peaceful people as Its goal even while background, proclaimed nutraliiatlftnj cruet Duddhlst regime which
.. are Inflamed or that social our sons are dying for us. in of South ,Nice Nam the current Premier Khanh
Paul Johnson 14 County candldat for local
age ;years.sophomore :
they do not care that people that remote part of the world. as.his.ioal. It* was quoted. by In turn overthrew because h*
SYS a In DeSolo County offices have pistil! | In II 'total
fM warfare Inundates a commun' South Viet Nam does give Slarguerlts. Higgins the .00"' contended that U was" planning
High School and a student of 'IIC>.:U In qualifying fur'th.
ity or state. the appearance of being out- patent 'foreign; correspondent: the neulratlastlun of the ot '
the vocational
agricultureclass various offices to be flint at
To find a parallel to the Invasions of-Joint with policy elsewhere. "We Cannot get an arrant.mjnl country.
and member of the loe.Ich.pter the full election. It Is reported
of St. Thtir and nuwher. sis, we with the North unlit. we
Mississippi or The .impression one gather.
of Future farmers of by A. C.= liennetl. clerk to the
Augustine one has to look backto are actually clashing wi'I h. get rid of Diem. sod Nhu. from listening to the' utterances America .
won the district public board of county Dmml ffJn".*.
the 1930s when Nazism was of our leader U'' thai our speaking contest si Largo Wild cattle of the woiK 'ona

spreading across Germany policy Is r.ot one -of neuirali- last Friday. night by unanimous ranges, that prove too cwnlan-
when radicals were meeting In atlon but of uncompromising decision! of the, Judges. serous to be driven Into the
beer halls, and when the Hitler /lo'.al e"n..IIAr'J struggle, even with Ned China, Horace Harwich a student dipping pens ar. to bq shot
Youth were being trainedto the fount Of Vial Cong power .lit the local high school who Is anti the moat Is In be donate

Invade communities and destroy 9' However" there I I. much to taking lb. course In vocational to the local federal F.mir..n-?
law and order and social Indicate that the' belllgerenc agriculture' and Is a member ry Relief Administration. ac-

peace. The same type of behavior ControversialIssues I I.I mostly 'talk We have mad uf the FFA. recently won cording t.i Dr. E. ... I'eckwvho
Is manifest In Americathis
It abundantly clear that w* prise 0' 7.ftO In rash In an .Is in charge of th. dilrping
. bI summer as hard-eyed leftists will not carry the war beyond essay contest which' Is sponor- operations now gain sow In
art recruit contused yours J South Vlel' Nam and. In fact wet by the Chilean Nitrate Cducallonal : < ths county to rM the section
to send them Into communities Two domestic Issues have pric/fl' .ing for foods differ Adlal'.'
Stevenson has already Bureau of I he fever tl-...
as a spearhead of Insurrectionary l been highlights of the political& from other rising, >components Indicated that h* would Ilk*
. social revolution. economic and social controvsr that make up the' retail priceof
to the UN
FROM 'IIUUV TO HOIIKOW ace move In. not onlyon
1 s "J' This is the kind of behaviorand des of th*. present ,'inI _. an Jlem." By way of comparison ths Csmbodlsn. outh VietNam '

Recent developments in Russia and in one of its saU social attack for which the' On has been a hlsWorganUed Mtsnslv proeasslnc border. but to .mplor the Joo tJLalt 2/Q C/MjJt/y/

f ellttes.arejteepedin.irony. .... United States Is Ulprepan.s..OtJe..nd .campaign to empower ,booda. wills its heavy'.demands whol *M_S .When reed rSage
?* .. Incwraa > ," you
states are prepared'to 'e"fedtonl government" V* on labor .** the slllnsrprio I our'rapr..alon. iI' purpose, you 'I

That's bcause Premier Khruahchev ban been -compelled defend established. rights. In take sweeping measures whichIt *. Out the loads a* treated find our goal something Ilk*''
to try to bolster his faJteriritf industrial outputby the courts. But they .....', considers to be In the Interest are. Car more covf lerit to .*.*. taming the Viet Cong by one Observationsother
familiar with the use of the of The Th.jMuawlfS ls willing to .
consumers. proposed pay
.
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instituting principles of free enterprise-the very means or another. N 'her' .II*
"human wave tactic" against "truth In l.beUn'.Dd additional coat In order to
system that, he vowed to "bury." an Chi Mlnh fn North 'Vlel Nam.
places of business and community truth in packaging blllsr save time and work ,"Out. to no Mao In Red China, mush
.
Here are typical examples of the "copycat" trend: facilities. This revolutionary descriptions which many observers >>. quote; the magasin again. "government le.a Khrushchev" who baa been Dy RUSSELL KAY screams thai she Is more
d."lcIs remarkablysimilar consider mbnornerrare prfctjoostlng .o f raw Th. older I get I raU! that powerful than any Mm In her
9 A new cash bonus arrangement for factory managers to what the Chinese eismples' of this. Additionally ......... adds hOUU...till the Instigating lud'th d* _V... Cong. of Is th* ....... 1 think. I know the history and w* better watch
being )n< S S target
communists advise In the way special presidential assistant ot .nl ls. I understand. I hay been our step. t
and workers has been installed in six major Indus- a form' )nw' conir rfv r OMT-,, ""at'purpopelMeanwhile ;
tries in an effort to improve quality as well as quantity of political action. The waves for consumer affairs Is .sorvW. to (hfood> product thecohsumr. listening. to national and Inter !"?_. dispatches" Indicate that
This of demonstrators are used to 'In office with direct atcrvss to I"ra.- 0 there U to be national I doubt talk until. I ann Castro I* setting his Illtl pink: t tears
production. is far from the nottoodistanttime
( a cry noottag. end dying; by very around In Crises Ilk* knocked down and
topple the property rights of th. ..s1cWn.. and recently 'Nation's: Puilnevs also refutes going a wadun'
when plant managers were reportedly "liquidated"for merchants motel owners and held a series of mooting around Ifi 4ir.um.htMt"yrhment real I Americans. Th Irnpralon **- satellite have to worry abu it- hintmuch
*.
failing to meet quotas.) la J>>eng given that w* are I .listen. to the radio and television
other businessmen.One the country to find out poll*!** ,...k..... r...*. food prlc+* longer, and then a.spIherspeaker ,
A textile mill In Bulgaria which was allowed to ran only wonder how what consumers are thinkingand sfsaccessary.. |t"w* are to have.. fqrcefMlly flashing with th read the newspapers andovesslunslly with inside Information
long It will be before the what they want Communists", .v.n.whll w* listen to a speechby tells in* that are got no
s'prosperous rsnn.'ecOrwerny -
function very much in the fashion of a private American homegrown revolutionaries will The other Is th* Prwildenl'sdramatis ""To' s' rUing' ?r... of f flcUntfafmer ar* working toward a massive a s>.*alle*| ..pe,'. and the more ch.nc01 knocking Castro
/
style plant proved to be a rip-roaring success. It I'd spcurnmodaOon with ,them *.- ... .
I
make larger corporations their "war on poverty. topovertystricken all 11n4114 tha I.., nave and hear the mare oft than w* base of pee"-
completed its yearly production plan six weeks aheadof targets how much longer It faintly being t '' ..ran i s rywher *U.. confused I become, lag General DvGaull.

time made a substantial profit boosted workers' will be before swarms of spec one with an Income of .*.. than h.Mpf/' thObpirtMrs" .! dam- Lt week, Khrushchev" promised > America I. In* must powerful I donl .hav* a frysts>"r b>-U

earnings by 10 per cent and greatly expanded employ Icily recruited demonstratorswill $' .000 00 a year !.Mir 'nsaiketend i hold superior weapon to h... nation on earth accordingto and wouldn't know what to d4
ment in the community. (Actually this operation was be urged to conduct' s't- In these endeavors It Is obvious -dote their, f Incorn*.** And.II IspbtntOd frontrunner In Indonesia. Die on. Informant and anotherlest. with It If I had on.. W U

a back-lash because the Soviet planners initiated it to Ins at the plants and factoriesof the cost of food I* s very Pu. (. hi,hf t> food prices later Sukarno. Earlier, b* ..*nlsncouraginc n.. 'that w* are reedy to seems to m* that If w* conllnu -
"show up" the free enterprise system and their faces U. 8. companies.This Important element This Is par that fdlTow goyerttmeni\action greetings to>> th* fall span anal If we dun'l get to teed and support our

rivaled the red in their flag when the project hit the is the classic' pattern Ucularly true of the antipoverty cotitrlbufe t. |hflUon.. dreadlet Cong. Yet w* con* a abet in In* arm w* are sunk.Th enemies and supply thmwith
.' of what the Soviets call partisan drtv*. Yet the federal government aru.t. tlnu to exempt him. from the nation's brains, and brsssgsllap sUI anti l somfort at the tsspay"
tit.
Jack-pot and the Bulgarian public demanded that many t .flab Into car off I* Vie Nam .. ..
warfare, and It U a pattern Itself. ls responsible, bloody builnea and even reward veryfw ers In the hope "thai
more factories be allowed to operate in the same that U becoming clearer .U for keeping the prices of numbers al4ft'aw.11.' -: .'In showing now blm.fear > weeks. and com. home to they. will show I heir appvurta-
o manner.) the time In the United States.It of basic food products. t>* s*.verMnnl U forcing tn* tell M* that w* ar. winning' the .lion. by marching tnouWer-lo-

is a terrible reflection' on high-and the burden of that, rosf of JouAu up; using wheat are wldcpread that" war and everything la turning shoulder wllh us when the
While these moves represent only surface-scratching .. s MrtMuUmamjyls." In this will& .t* the situation. until rose,. and before I van light
up kidding
our church organizationand of Is most sertoua lethe ship are down w* are
shifts in Soviet economic policy it certainly must be good churchmen' must hang cause lowlncom' family& apss* caaM. the has boomer. after' the November: laction. my pip* and sit bock with a ourselves 'Into a com that w*

mighty embarrassing for Khrushchev' to have to tacitly their. heads In ahamo that This' Is the substance .* r snf.d-T-th., higher. peie' ** ha. ". And Henry Cab.4 .Lodge.Prt feeling *f security. another dl' will never com out s>f.

acknowledge the superiority of our system by borrowing the NCC Is one of the groups rwealing artlcl In the June.IM rut conkujrtp4MM.. This pee and parcel .of the Slat sat. return from. afar and .*... I used to think thai lUnlaClu
from it. spearheading these actions. .. Isaac of Nation's BtMlne. .ha wxfn. ..< i In'< marked, degree eprwnft, under these admlnlatratlon roe I' that w* are In a first. clan .. was si guy .In a> red suit

To begin. with It describe the wu .ref f e*.and', hIt&<<. .. Salle the m+tk.* hen|| *r a its ana there .U ,IHHmurh with what.., tvhiakers. but of

situation as It applM to NY.r- It..l.".H. a 'slWyand:: that,, Vl*. Nam should. nut b* w* eat .*. about .II. l late I have decided. / thai h* Islong.

al edlMe' com-.l....... T- > .*.|.h '(<.+ 0 rn.mfieie a .amplgn u... I Copy A well lnforyn sp* lMtrtolls a I .lean .lanky Individual

& on .lJi.ka.ttiJ. price .f bread Is likely U> .Isr 72!. N4UdVftwteed. slakes. rlshli U. .. lieu AM>*t...*... i iWaarrfngion. nee that Russia. ts s* weak with. striped trousers and sl tall

v n.... this summer bsrsiua M.; "'.... '' red'psi..t l Srrs D. C') aba .Is abuwl to topple. ,, and art-. hat who .la a sucker for any
IJ a rise In the pike of whe'" ..... far.............;hAufdurre. bedy who even act-S like they
resulting from the tt fass goM.of/'who. ri.Uert Pt v..J might' .....,... him s* long s*
floor Mnrftr bees gHr" ..* :bUm. .Mv h* laden with poekase
WILnwre. U s r. i om Japan And The Red China CrisisBy toffee price. Milk' pttcv In the hH .sfirsrtJy.. die l. seta. ., THE GIRLS ..... trlr- Apparently", Ilea only Ibuisj

metropolitan centers are IN mf ....*. *.........)... ... a* H .**.. this.. country has. U.,_l tat dole
)eat to government t...... ctH4.Sv Tne'"* MnsMmsr.evtin py the Mlles no nvalter who
By KOCER. UABSONnbon Governor ...i ., Pennsylvania tents la U* Vietnam situation. marketing regulations ..... .. < '......lall', <*. a.W-*.*. lr owes them or' how much' VT*

Park. Mass, [tel> -Smits Urn ago I promised What. succeos be will have will poaltiosi Md br great And. as Nstton't 0
( my readers a column on be decided Wile at the Republican hMustrtousaM which ham. slsxwsaved clear. ->fig"i federal. .- spt e laliwn. and will OM to
apan. This wesia* rl**** retts Convention. But lt tee br Tb Iw* clUe t' our banner when the "*Mln.,

sty own opinions, but get back to sy subject| of Japan Ihro.h4aa and lyeg.aakl f demand.
I I have given consid rsbl* study Wf.Hi whit. President TrumanIbvwed a I am Just. ti. dumb I UtrrleW-
t is the subject. JAPAN IS TIRED or WAR .. atomic bribe to be 0"-. 6Lr.l Sa, sal, but I ...'. IhUtk they will.
JAPAN DOCS NOT WANT timethought drvpprd were alineat aonlhl 1 think w* ate ki Tb st war
PEKING TO BREAK Japanese ....... Japan hble" selves to s point that .Is ndbrw

HROCGII SOUTH VIETNAM the way rnsUvanr. to asatee.mwas and auk lag atomic bum** of her lou. If w* ciM fc r-.S.> ."a cy''

through fr own., but .... .gised rent .. do THANK YOUr .rpr.tUt for y'eanew,4.. support *f franc after full'y
Japan rUse* asawsllowd st she could poIUn".uu, resod
Kd wHU sow and torn fact. .. stay per ....,..* *f srh4 *vn .. Jag her out of nw.. ..f'. and
] OUsui Henr *
w0 by right ** wravc. *. .
out ., tb atomic field. uha :..d-. If w 8I'Ue' sit by avid wStebIlfltaln
*
the Chin*** should break their chief anew were fc Wasn- "J1W Nngwel..p..**..*..... sne)

and overrun all UalJapaat legion talking peace torsos withPresident JAPAN WANTS BUSINCMIn ., Let w.. .....*.. I* r.... ** 4teo ........11 jwar the *.lww| to mlM$ send all aid the tw AmrrieaJt our eeea

7/ w.atd surely have JUm-refff representatives. *ca1 r to svad' any poearbdity .. UM sMw......* *4 O.- eaepsd"""" ee end praas.d IIoF after aid John Bull.
blood t-
get Into the tight and this the Japans admirajsto ., betog. .....u.uw .-..* .*.sor > ...* HigA ........ our'' p"'*f'4 "the AreedMoi.TM then w* shad puhcy l Is ery
.
r r III. brre s tag flee UA. blow. up ur Navy *t Pat rem the Vested. uteri Japan .*........ held toward lawtrfai' silly consol& snyseJf
I ued to
>taartm a* wed This I* IlactMr, This n *v... wfcsc is raw. f sit.wtag s ax'Wprocranv ssh..te .. a4 prate ry cad" ..... o. that taw
with ,heought
but Gres g.d.bie, brought Japan lab bowsa
At s ra.puwa ,e. Hsary the ILL ill WarM War lag fr sMUtJMT. or ....a.r .- help peeslM. a the were' d-nV
abet L dg. w he. retsina, hew II failed siifciirskly but I flN hems, ... M hitag. See bur 3MCtS w t *.*.* ........ fr l*....... that knew whal bad alt tn< facts ash

afaad a wrItswM .1 race' taw "I Japan a tao n w t *rS> acs, eM _. bsrrw.n _ae.ebi.Masa o Thank y M for your* ..** atleave knew they th* SCOT. so who. was 1,,
whirls E by lice way -. k easy vabsabl. to W*, ill -7 pis{ .. 1h.w.wl a lad yew .s.*nn< ,*- but I .bv resnrt
ha uatio.
<.
h.sidied very splmude6tr.Ha Japes easily teat eeMt..hgM .. Jspsa t. nth as.eeway. _g et...... ....... ThnbTb share I am ..l
aerfza.ne. app.reaiy Veit the ctos.* nf wend War IL ..aa.pt. am tore ........ hr. sag. ,e lee I, I hsrsR Br. test the point ,*r.. I Just*. '; tbe.r.
an
that ha W b..aesoit as Ito what. espnMwsr t bn /sag. sae.5 t..=.. b I..... fhesey. sag js bd
th
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.. oat
fe.l
,. the s.r.taaUon ....... sat Japan Y well .ed ..tfrsltrd .. :.: jy 4 sew
fire b pr +.t the J.w"< reserar ........ aNmNaw ism stay 1
S Qeldr _.... ..... w .... ......... .... ... __ t .. 4ders. ate po
Ias 4. /
.1 $.aaw any of wa..ad I. to- ..aM.&.rab.mMe. *' ore
M.w/tlr lSsr'1 a. -Xe. ..... t.et W earl fastdear.. .J ...t-.. Ie ,buy ,.H, ..... ....... flag am nd the Ritelee." list

air Iaej.'sghe'J faaasdsd thM but.he M..aag'..... -. -Gault./au. -............ ... McIN- wtBtsap'tawl C.5a tat ,,...w beylt.as..1 I' .1I4i a "t' .i d there a ee1.ns Ia ..-V*.s) d*.*...*.. -w%* _id stowed U ate' a.* big. LIOat

bud egsae Bra bsawtp _____.Mpg:gsykftftkrsl .,c---ed r tG-pig. aqL! ; 1<< .... wt;(= """ ',-!' 1 I..-- ftIIIt-eIIIIIr: 1 1f.I. A.. IT oft" ," biggefh than etade' *





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:A WHO TO CALLDIRECTORYW Ft. Winder. NewsMARY fort. QgIeiNews p pMRS. .,

ELLEN 'iqHQ$;$ONMr. t .

and Mgt{ Edjfia, i.
dil(I uBnl' + I tHtV visit- .J.iQJ.Mm! I"
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i3 wBr. ,, tl r fI" K &. Wilde and .BillBeasleyP4u'la On Thursday. afternoon Mr
I Hr .l i'tMh.MWKlind Jl;1X7+ Dautfftrey la Mra..od .', D yij itn l d l n Is thls ;U 1 I'i k" ,, lad VERA COLLINS' Romons.: "Laurd} and MAX :Bard Williams' -Ellsworth of Fort 1ttrrrvlsitva (

I Miss Wanda Collinsttls.. :"visit- Keller 'Be ttyidnd Johnny Fu- to th* home
Mr. David MU 11 and Lorrl
Is a Kentucky Belle 'who was born February 26, lag ,Miss Barbara Waters in 'BarnaeURicky" Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jonespent
visited relative in Sarasota gate, TImmy
OF DeSOTO COUNTY 1879 in Boyle County Kentucky and moved to Fort Meade a few days this Dees Ricky Boggesii and Steve last weekend- Fart My
I o Sunday Arcadia with her husband in 1925. week. ers Beach.
B.rnwell visited Boggess.
S.AL'ES Mrs. Evelyn
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and SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barn Mrs. Carolyn Hunter and Miss Linda Sue Croy and.

well, of Ft. Ogden Sunday. She defied superstitious children 0: Lakeland Mr. and Miss Kay Ellsworth participated : I

Those visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. tradition to get Mrs. :Merle Waters and chit in the annual 4th of July ,
; A. Dsughtrey July 4th married .Friday the dren of Fort Meade Rev. and Rodeo parade. They were on O., r )

+ .Advertising Farm Equipment were her mother Mis. Josle 13th of May. 1898 Mrs Jessie Gilbreath. Wanda the Chamber of Commerce _
s Croxon her brother and family and she Collins and Sylvia Lanier spent float also on the float was
.1 never regret I the 4th of at Englewood Miss Jo Ann Delaney of Ar
I li iij M ii.fcai. aam.. alran.. .. .t .IMTIMNATIOMAl..... ....* "_.. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Martors ted it.Read. July and
AN.dk. uM.Cwkk Traatara ..d.! ,_ of Englewood and her Beach fishing picnicking: : cadia.
*
%e J"w' 5 oak Ih..f." ..... WA ........._... H....... Sarayar*. Irrlaa4 sister and family Mr. and Mrs. "" enjoying a days outing. Mrs. Estha: Ellsworth Is home .,yt
.. .. the clue
Pt_ "_ C_..... NM carefully
.. .f .... ..,'... .----. awn. "UrUaMatar Ed Morris of Virginia. 1 and if Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Steeleof now recuperating from surgery
""' Carnality tl Wisp Oak Sfraat.ri you can 10 in the
'''Mr. and Mrs. Charles Apple- t St. Petersburg spent the performed days ago
;\ ..... WAJmrt.. sJioi.Furniture ; identify the lady of
bauch of Punta Gorda visited weekend with her parents Mr. Sarasota Memorial Hospital.:
Air, Conditioning Mr and Mrs.' Bill Barnwelland mystery write her and Mrs. A. C. Lan'' r-' Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blocker

or >. .., Betty Sunday. name and yours on a Lanier celebrated his birthdaylast of Punta Gorda Mr. and Mrs. 1
Stores postal and man to Leland Perry and daughterIris
MIlAl lltCraiC/ -i assAl. Ca*. Mrs. Evelyn Barnwell spent Sunday.
L= ...aafYleaa: T:.aala Tuesday with her sister sa'l a Th, f Arcadian.., If Others visiting in the Lanier Ann of Fort Meade Mr.
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.......' w...*.ra... s72ai.Awnings SJ Oak Lenora Mulsord of Shell Cr your card is selected home Sunday as dinner guests and Mrs. J. W. Youmans of UP A TREE?
1 .. COMMITI,," Mama r.r....>..... .* 141'1 is Okeechobee: and Mrs. Cassie
/' Ik. lawalt arlaaa aa ... L..w A... r. and correct you will were: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
r.l r" ....1.. M_...'........ 'S_y II w... r receive a three months Collins, Debbie and Charlotte. Youmans of Naples visited Mr. Does the high cost of your
.._ .. ..... auto insurance have
WAIN "'2.', Japan And and Mrs. Donald Ellsworth last you
e. subscription to the Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Collins.Rev. *up a tree" Come on
1 Gilbreath Saturday.On down and join the hundreds .
and Mrs. Jessie
FOR PURNISNINGI3> / rMly paper.
a ___ '.NOf.: .'. Wednesday David Boyd of thousands of sale
fcOTPrescriptions last .
r.,.*.K7-U-AG-W.e.. Wan-t ..... imf w .... AM ..... ...d N.N A..1.. f.It... .._ j Continued( from page 1-<:) I and Wanda Collins spent of McCoy A.F.B. Orlando visited drivers who enjoy quality
'a; ta '*ta4aw"** a. d...*. Del.rasVinpaay W......" N.F..kkl.. .... japan's new program calls: tor FINAL CLUE Friday at Manasota Beach fishing Mr' .and Mrs. Ellsworthand insurance at lowe rat jwith

!.... aee.1 VM wa.t OraM't oak ,..fnaifc _. tier to cease putting all her' and picnicking' Kay. Etna Casualty A at.
., 'I'AtIwt a-11r1. life lines into industry and Mrs. ,Georgia Falany is visiting Rite policies Call u.
rt., ; wealth on-the little Island of "At Quilting Bees she was the Queen :Mr. and Mrs. Albert GET

,' Japan. She has decided. Instead And always sewed the finest seam. Thornton at their cottage at YOU CAN

,, Bottled Gas to spread out and have Her seven kids and many another Englewood Beach. RELIEF FROM .

ACCUMATIIVM hundreds of "little Japans" indifferent Say: "We owe it ALL to Mother." Mr. and Mrs. Barney Corbitt
CII4e4
,. .. .... PO'," parts of the world.I HEADACHEPAIN S
*t* ..t'*. fUll.- A -..... ... tar.S *. o k Dn>' .*.> 101 bate this belief of mine on 0
.ttl.. Mla4 ..d. book trvaktr e... w ..._. *k_ WA .,'2201. Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold STAN8ACX
"' C.mplata M... a* _aa aa.Mi careful study and on filter-' Thomas went to Fort Myers gives( you FAST relief'
I': .t Paiata **V.TtX< views with numerous peopleacquainted Mr. and Mrs. from pains of headache neuralgia. .
visit
s'..'. ,.. Sunday to
..... aoa'wAV-4. with the sltui Uon. neuritis, and minor pains of arthritis
'" 0.11 n ei.f Pine Herman Call and family.
!: Level News rheumatism. Because STANBACK
PrintingTNI I think it was confirmed by Mr.. and Mrs. Elmer Thorn contains several medically-approved RUPERT

t answers which Henry Cabot ton and David spent last Friday and prescribed ingredients far last
j f pulldtng Materials Lodge gave in his question prtpd. in Fort Myers" visiting Mrs. relief, you can take STANBACK with SMITH AGENCYWA
I ARCADIANReadyMixed. LNf..p..r sad By! EVA ROSE..HAOAN Rev. Sydney Albritton spent confidenc Satisfaction guaranteed!
Bertie Dodd.
Qs..awlp:: M N.:., :=WA...i'r: JAPANESE MATERIALISTIC. a few days with his daughterand STANBACK o seek ...laa.a.n.t 8.1311 WA .2341
C4 rLrrc taws .. a.iMi... .......... Mrs. Bunia Outler and Mrs. family Mr and Mrs. A. Mr. Henderson Durrance 19 S. DeSoto Aw.*.
(....!.. Cfcrto* ....lta m ...M>IV.. BUT DEVOUTThe Mary, Powell .., 'Arcadia' visited D. Dawson and five :children. spent the weekend< with Mr. any l I 1
p..p.nebarouY
7 ; M.wN.. A MM. PIMM Japanese aa I have said, Tuesday afternoon with and Mrs. David Durrance and .r.r
... 'I Concrete are determined to spread out Mr. and Mrs. George Baxley. Miss 'Janet Algood of Englewood -family in Oneca. ..au JITIIA CASUAlTY
last week With Mr. .
aU over the world to get Mr* James ,Greene and Mrs. spent Mr. and Mrs. Jet Smith and Ii1 N" au11ETr C IIIaNT
and Mrs. 3, M. AIood.and two
I Dolomite business and to get more bur Susie Oalnes and Andrew granddaughter Jennie Lee of ..1IAIn'1""
......OY.MI..O COMc..n -C-.f. Iu.s. Instead of building Greene from Miami visited children. Punta Gorda and Mr. and Mrs. ..d

t.":... ':.*IUM+ .*..>M mtmmmt l> l.|ft N..t.: a ,small udutrlau Japan .as Saturday, night with Mrs Zula Mr.' and Mrs. J. B. Sellers of Grady Reid of Cleveland visited 104 25d 691 98d .

t0a fllTlilZI -. U.,.. .ala....... _. ."""! A.*a. Mi_ WAtawtTransportation y. e.IMI. their predecessors &.Ild. She Japanese Williams. Vero Beach were Monday Mrs. H. B. Reid recently.
.... ..._e.. ".', C.* H... are determined& to make evening dinner guests' of Mr. Elder and Mrs. Norman Waters -
E. ... ... WAfeNrf Mr. Frank Knight of Tampa '
.11 .ilArw 1-Nak and Mrs. Robert Harrison and WORRIED? NERVOUSOver
,:" I more products, and to make visited Saturday afternoon left last Wednesday on a
I them cheaper; to ,sell more at Bobby.
with his brother and wife, Mr. trip to Texas Tuscon. Arizona
lower prices; and to become Mr. and Mrs. Bruce; Watson of Wash "
and Cha
and Mrs. Ed Knight. also to the state ge-o'f-Llfe?

Drug.C."PUTI I Service the .greatest merchandisers manufacturersand in the Mr. and Mrs. John Sellers last and week children with of her Ft. Myprs parents spent Mr. about ington.six They weeks.plan to be away EON your mind. Get welcome*relief;
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Jr. and baby from Fort Myers and Mrs. R. J. Flint. with woman's medicine
world. Saturday A lot of folks from here attended special
; weekend of his
IACI OIV1R, OVIHCI," AND 'Toa.A i should think were guests Mr. and Mrs. Flint had all do take woman's
in special
.pa.. .e ...*, taaatrla*. _.. ....,.... .....-.,.. ,.... they might mother Mrs. Marianne Sellers their children for a barbecue. the rodeo Arcadia medicine- a Pinkham
.dl... IN.Nf, .. ..". ass I-rk.. 2. Ie0.... Iewt.rasa. succeed !In this program except and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. and everyone seems to thinkit -Lydia
I::;: k.. A...dl. :::: 1.--.MIN WA..N ....... I. w. ....... tor ,on. thing: In theireagerness Those attending were Mr. andMrs. was grand this year. Vegetable Compound-developed
......,..l.... -r- Barney Holllngsworth.Mrs. Bruce Watson and three Don't dread those seemingly by a woman-specially to
for business and '' Wayne Beasley son of Mr. .
Marianne Sellers and' children of Ft. Myers. Mr. and of misery and help women by relieving suchdiscomfort
TV Sales & Service wealth they ,appear to have Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hglllngs* Mrs. -Simson Nobles and ..ourchW..en and Mrs. Tommy Beasley was of sudden hot functionally caused female
f Exterminators left "morality" and "spiritua worth visited Thursday afternoon honored with a birthday party flashes, waves of weakness and distress. '
.of Ft Myers, Mr. and
lit;" out of the picture for with Mrs. Sam Reynoldsin \. Monday morning from 9 until irritability.I There is a In doctors'tests woman after
Mrs. Marion Santin and three
..Deoy ....,........ the moment. That la to ray. Arcadia. 11 o'clock. He was celebrating woman's medicine which can woman found that Pinkham's
a M daughters of Ft. Myers' and
Do AanMral i na"V V. fca.k they ....m0' be putting all his 6th birthday. Several games relieve those heat waves,weak. Compound gave dramatic help
fltOrrCAL TISMJTI CONTROL la*. ..... .... __ ...a. M.... .....aM.... Mrs. John Yelvlngton aridehUdren Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Flint and .
'TM .iaaat ....H. ese. pelt ._... J emphasis on the materialistic.However were played. Afterwards ice mess nervousness, so you can to all this without costly saots.
v11.eM1 ..eal (>..!..<.. r-a*. WA p.. .5.1s.1 ..... C **M ......... i....itara. m7"ap.Me. of Brsdenton spent .three children of La Belle. enjoy life again. So that you Irritability ia .CH tlfed. 'hat I
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: alaa MM at Nl.fl T. friends cream cake and punch were
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the weekend With' her mother
...rM.I ...... far -- !. aWy a* Mr. Kenneth Hammer of can ones more be an affectionate flashes subside. So dont alt and
f hn *:: :::::< k. ...) Disk .. P. deeply 4_vout. Only a few .C received nice gifts. Attending
t--- a-sni7 a* I Mrs. Robert Davis and children Saturday afternoon. many If you are going through the ,'ours.!!. You eaa feel better.&
Electric Appliances T.V, 1 1 laa; Oak p.mi ttraa&.a'*.o .. Get gentle Lydia E. Pinkham

-- .. ...-... majority accept Jesus on, the with Mrs. -,Zula Williams. ftl. vf'.*'<>d <)*>ndav sifter noon nle and Donnie Hay, Deborahand countless thousands of woman Vegetable Compound today.

i :laem basis as they do Confue* Miss 'MsrUne Mlaell of New With Mrs. DiUle Underwood.. Charlotte Collins Wayne TAe oanr/a/ medicine with ;.0enfle .name LYDIA E.PINKHAM
..AIMIKAL' 'tSCTj11CAq.Ae1Mw1.! / .. "lus, Buddha and Mohammed York City arrived Friday, formonth's I, .'-
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J ,! ,,"'.'" T: ,.. .Service *as a Great Prophet but net a visit with her parents Restlessness Is discontent and .
as a part of tot, Deity. Aa to Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Mlsell.
discontent: Is the first
I what effect Japans religious ''Mrs B. W. necessity
I Hollingsworth Jr. The "COUNTDOWN" :
'' of progress. Show me a thoroughly Continues
I Office Supplies belief should .have !In this ar. is attending" the. Children .
SUMCOAST .TBII ,.laV.l '- .T.... satisfied man -and I
_..... I.......... I tide t leave each reader to decide -. Conference In Lake
-1tY ...... ....... : tor hlmaeU; Workers for s few days. WIU show you a failureThomas
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Coming Events Until Cutover

U XUZABETH: HILL on ..I.. There will be some

,.e are glad to report that door prizes given that night, CUTTERBUSHHOG
j COMING CVgNT COMPIUKO .Y TMOB Mrs. 'Dock: Hawkins la home July 17. /

.OTO COUNTY CHAMBKR Of COMMERCE out of the hospital and doing Mr.Alton's and Mrs. Alton Gill visited i Of Your New
fine parents on Sunday .
Mrs. Roy Wlagate and family Mr. and Mrs.\. Murray GUI. a -
*- left Saturday afternoon' for 'There was a two car collisionIn '
THURSDAY JULY t
Okeechobee to spend a few the center of Myakka Cityon \ Improved And

,1", f"P"1e." Library H....., 1:10: .. 1:20: P. M, Library BylNlng.Miavanlsj days... with N.... ,W&a,...'. pareo. afternoon State Road about>> 70 3OO: on p.m.Sunday A I .

: Clue ,1:10: P. M, Delete ......",.".. Mrs. Jerry Daniels and her Mrs. Betty Cow ford visited

W. 1 v... A ...... ton little Dill from Arc.dLa.pent Mrs. Ada Hawkins on Monday. EXPANDED, -
f'f AualllaryS:00: P. M.. ..ke. N. Delete Av.. the day on Sunday with Miss Eddie LJndsey had

Of* P.U.w. 1..4ge.oo: P. M. Fraternal. Temple.Aleebelle ... her parent Mr and,Mrs. Clayton some visitors from Wimauma .. ,
Klnalow.Mr and they attended< church with
.. Ai .")"' .".. l-OO: P. M. Ceunly curt Heiiee.FRIDAY. and Mrs. David Thorpe. Miss LInd..,.. Adf TelecommunicationsFacilities.f

from Ilradenton haa been, on Mr. and Mrs.. Lee Bryantand

JULY 10 their vacation and have been family went fishing onIMd.y
visitors out here with Mrs.Tharpe's and .had good luck
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Davis
and friends.
parents
Futile'Library H....., 1UO+ te 1:10: P. M. Library,. tlll! Miss Eddie Llndey and her ,and family. also went fishingon : : : j .

Yev|* Aallvltlee' T:GO P. M, Ye itrt Center.f eQU.... Much' Taylor,arrived, Frfcfsor. They had pod luck, .
hero oa >rrday( front Kentucky and went beck on Saturday tA T p\; 12:01 J'uly'12' ,,1964
I _where they .have been visitIng Mr. 'Mtka Webb "ia,.., U.> '
f P-l: ';. 1ATUROAY. JULY .ItYfHttit lelauve. the heme ef the 1m.'.-, on ,

Mr. sail Mrs Robert Rawss Thursday late la the afternoon ,

Aa>lvltlea. 9.-OO: P. M. Veal c........ were vlsiUrs. with Mr. and Mrs. and Eddie lUll spent the night ft07".Y",CUTTKftgestwes ALL
H J. Uvyit Uus weekend. Mrs, with Mr. Webb.Mrs. Alf toe mE BUSHHOODOIO.TRATION. SYSTEMS .

Uojrtt weatt beek to Tejupe' with HoUis Webb has gone ...TOOATIAe
SUNDAY JULY 11 her sister Mrs. 'R..",. Va to Alabama to spend tw. weeks
W...llUV$1tCQ ases.tt sell..mW '
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with relative .
V spend a few days.Mr. there.We Ckeck :
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....VIC.. AT ALL ; John Taj!** Was carried hope ""t.cb and .*. :
CMUFCHtljATTfND to itb. ..ArcadiA iHuapltal onrrklay eryone' .had a good 4th .* July. w... tlf.slot,...wr aawall40J leis ..

P TNt CHURCH, OF YOUR CHOICI, Joe treatment aDd returned Mr. and Mrs.. Byron Carlton .04.all pas M kwluO. 1USJ'.1tOQ>
; I liante Saturday. tie a4 /amity. weal fishing ..n ttt*- -. ......-. ... tI .
doing; stout (the Mme aa ha Friday. -t...r....... Set... IUW110G
_. MONDAY. JULY ISCe -.-thai Mal....we- .1sawp r
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.. haa basa for Uke peat low 1)) t la 'i .
DNy es.N, IsOQ P. M, City. Hall. \ weeks, 1 scwwlsaq.fIGIaQd .
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".' Mr. Alfotd nasals daughter / writs, sIL lair
O.. .k.OO! : P. M, Klks Heme; Alberta' .baa bees ty nve tot awe .... r. saa ..... ... ..... .... .,..sa.sL .

.......,.. p..... g-oe: P. M. 1'. P. A' Lie..* 0"..*. 1. .">.,...., with b Dr p rents.Mr. 140. was ItMtsM.eve. tr as ..sIettwrea. /
I I and ...... Spud Cow..... CLEANING .. '

had vlMUtre fawn ..rasota toasvesMl
0. Jaty It 1904. at t2:0t: A. M, all .f eec.
TUB SO AY. JULY] 14. UM elay \.a 1M 4th of and peseat ........- .....cars ... w..sbaCe.sal

*.*. -' Jllty. Office area weal be ee.--.ai t. u o
>.*;%. C ee.ty Se.) ef c."' .........I;.... 9aO9 A. M. Ce C*. Me.ee'tteSete .1 Miss Deleeee Waders"" cetetorat- BMW fa........ alt) will eJejr s*>-....,..lly.

CewMy ..*...I C....... SAO: "". .... Sle**d) Ma.... CV MeweaLibrary ed with Mss birthday' which len Bundajr REPAiKiNCGUARANTEED I.a>s>reve4 tetepfceae eervtee.Mewtemetr .
a piety, woe given
rdr.MM .fbteq CIIIII. 12:1. P. M.,, ...1":""*.1...a /l4la.rSM.- her tar her Sunday School clap. Ce.tEow. IMlreetie.iw ,

: down .. .Uu. 11".... tat alt. ._*...* will fee < >...- rN
.$bPV. H..... I:SO .. aM 'P. M.t LIM.y S)sUrler.Vila. Mr. sdMl lobe .cU MaaaiaaMd a .*..* ti.e sew diet. eetral efftee ewHeaiaia)

*...... W_"'. CUfc, SAO P. M, Cfceelt Year tleeluOO vU4ara ...' weekend.Mr. WORM= .__.! M Nash Ie eewise Se be seeIA. .
lee Ceker baa UMnnsnapa. 1.. SMltw'1iN.f1tEfSqwr'pl Os -"at ..- sew ........e.5ai Mir
fAi b.kaA.. l.di.. .. P. M. ,........... Teatalew.. .Wa> wal hens spmdyMrs. : KuemsTM nest ..... rdSSseIy fee .... eewb4. 04 .O. panty ,. -

I.........COM P. M. ......... T aiple... I. Pick Up and ;Delivery yen re.4r.. .
i Dock HawsUat'a. sisterf I Re.eep.ee. she te alase sere M......
,.",,'. Chat. sm P. ". Pa1.ah.e R.....,.... .1.I yew
roan Float City VtsU4 her .n MEYERRADIATOR ..... .. ywr ......... to swear ._'.... '
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FORT OGDEN CHURCH
Nocatee Cities Service OF GOD EPISCPPAL CHURCH

Cities Service. ProdueU SUNDAYSunday TKa'' Rav. 'JEM M...1.. Vicar Robarts Grady Funeral Home

Meat Greeerlee Ic. Bait School: 10:00: ajn. \ SUNDAY .... ''Hur. Amaial,".. Servleo I
FlettlD' Tackle Moraine Service 11:OO a Jan. 8:00: ajn. Choral EJcbaristTHURSDA :
Nocatee. Fla. WA t-S1tt Y 1 "':1:1: .m. Holy Communion $43) N. Breverd ,.".. WA S-4101
A in:IS ..m. Sunday7SO School
Y.FJ5. 7:30 pjn.I1" +a 'I
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FORT OODEN'MBTHODISTCHURCH 'a.:SO Spiritual -Healing. Bill's Texaco Service ..
;Gulf NovplStares,, Company x --
I SUNDAY '. .,P r Oil Change Miner Repairs -
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Nacatee, Florida! Sunday; School lOrOO: ajn.MonUna yl : II THE CHURCH' OP CHRIST /hasp 'Tirea Oreaarle Hay 7Se a Bale ;;
: Servloa 11-OO: .ajn.WKDNXSDAY .- 1r. A Corner Hickory and Whlddan i, MJ, e. Br....vard Areadla WA a-2J1 '.;)
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Prayer Service 71H pjn. 41111 Dlblo School 1000: ajn.
> Morning Worship 1I.OO ..m.. 1Iw'.
[paughtrey ''Flower'& Gift Shop: r rr t Evening: Worship 8:30 p.m. Arcadia Abstract & Title
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Wire All Service4J Occasion CHURCH. .tiirter t .r y,,, w' e h+'e eh 1. twig YOU to worship .." .1.... WA 54111
f .. 1 1I R.". ... N. Ollbrea. y, ,tg/1111 r/1, with -""The Service'You Need, *
S. DeSoto A" Arcadia WA I.'U 1 '
Sunday School 1O a.m.Uornlng 11.E t g!1'' { 1 I13 When, You Need It*
Worship 11.ajn. ,, 9the1/ -
Training Union 6.30: pj*. '" t 11111 ,
rt .FIRST. ASSEMBLY OP GOD -ri..I
Evening Worship 7.30: pjn.WKUNfc&DAY ; ; IAIF
)J' Von Petten & Son JJ SUNDAY '
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Prayer Service 7.3O: pan. t Sunday School ':U ...... Harrison
Home .* Morning Worship 11:00: am.e w:
Funeral 14 H*..ir Wrecker. $ervlee.
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EPngellaI&' '> Sorvlce Tao:
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OUTMSIDB "''* I Prayer and Ptalae Service ..* ,.4 or WA S4JMDob
CHURCHrAPTIST TJO: pjn.

G//k..h.Seth Hllleberewgh.-141. Re Avenue*. S.24S '(G Pierce WoodMemorial ..

Laishley Farm Service, ,Inc. I SUNDAYSunday Standard Staton!
School 945: ajn. Turner
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"'leu.URINA* Dealer I Morning Worship 11CO ..... ... .. S 1 ,'CALVARY BAPTISTCHURCH ,
Garden and Farm Supplied' Training Union Isle: pjn.Kveaing ( : Mary.Carter Paintsftatt
24 8. BreVard Areadla WA *-*321 Worship 7:JO p.aa. '.' Highway 70 East '"
Taylor St. Punta Gerda NB t17l l WZDNTSDAYMldWk ...... .Hospital R.". o$eUNAAT Paeter Oak St. WA S-1411

Worship 73ONOCATEC : pat ,I/, : F, .
Sunday. School 9.45: ajn.Mornlnf .
_" :i \ Worship 11:00: ..m.
Training Union SJO: pjn.Kveninc M

I I Sunny South Packing Company CHURCH Of GOD Chaplain I I John D. 'McCann WEDNESDAY Worship Tao: p.m. Christ Building Supply Co.Iv.rythlnl .

SUNDAY Prayer Ztervjoo 7JO pjn.SETMBL ", Te .Salad' AeythlaS"r. .
Arcadia Florida Sunday School IfrOO: am.
""omlnC'WOhhlp'11OO: ajn.Evonlnc WI'101/ ( t4 3 a. Menree Ave.Troplcql .
Worship 7AO; pjn. 1 -
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'&*rrfc. 7-SO: pjn. Great MISSIONARY' ,
THURSDAYYOUB 'The Pearl of Price" BAPTIST CHURCH .......

r Smith's X-Cel Store IPeGaIe Sarvto* 7lM<..... .. Bart c",..... SC dv l., T f'PUv;Control, Inc.

F.rtlll....* ...... Ranch.Supslleo NeHU Ro *re A....
addlaa. Halter Bridle* Read P *Jm 27. thing*: In life are produced. An injury, SUNDAY ,oloeAe) Evened j Wa) ,OperatedOMara
Text. Matthew 13:45- 0. an Irritation or a'fruntration can cause Sunday School 945: ajn.Mornlac .t... P.eC,nlr.l' S.Fvl.e'LM.aard..SdIIawr.d -
WA S-42t1 117 W. MagnoliaBill NOOATEC ,BAPTISTCHURCH UM to become angry, however they can Worship1100 ajn.Cvealn ( ...

I know of only one gem which come aiM be used to develop a more beauti WEDNESDAY* Worship 7JO; p.... It N, PdM A.. .. WA 9-J.1

,SUNDAY from a living orjranUn -a pearL Some iwraooality. It In simply a matter of Prsyer Servte 7 JO ..... r... : -
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Worship 11OO ajn. and. lodges IUlf within the oyster: do to us, or what we will do with the ,_, _
ofSEALTEST 7tainlas Union .:45 pjn. Over a prolonged period of time In the situations we face. J/& VarjW Market

I "Go* Tho Boot DAIRY- Got PRODUCTS Sealteef* K'nDIAC Worship 7:45: pjn. oyster and one day a priceless pearl in The Injury can become l the mean of rROWNVILLt. BAPTISTCHURCH ,,I...... .and Mildred.. L.ag.".Hk.P
formed. a great blessing. The AptMtlo Paul put Garden ..,.... Vesctafelee/
UI S. Mlllaere Horn Dollvary WA 9-3722 Christ presents an accurate account It in these' word: "All thing work to. SUNDAY Pteeh Pmlta' "..w...* A Shrwe
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Peace River( Moving & Storage SUNDAY WEDNESDAYiMtU ,rcQdlo Seafood Market
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Worship 1:00 Lie Mr*. Cetnorlne Keene. Owner A Mg*. .
Anywhere Anytime Training Union .45 p... All Klnde' e* PMi. and ..* ,..... .In .....* M
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Ceurtcey ., -Yewr Sunday' Maaa IIO .. ..... (Mamfcar. of two ....t".r.. School Woanaaa 10oo Club a. m.AfraJU t7adenasnlnatlonal Stall Oawpol" & Motor Co.

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