The Arcadian
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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 30, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- De Soto -- Arcadia
Coordinates: 27.2175 x -81.86 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Jan. 9, 1925).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579554
oclc - 33424602
notis - ADA7400
lccn - sn 95047230
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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HELP That's!right this. editor' needs' National and State Award Winning Newspaper ';

your help. It makes no difference
who you are. what you Sixteen Pages 10 CENTS Arcadia. Florida. Thursday, July 30, 1964 :Volume XXXX No. 44FREE
are or where you are. you can

help.For .
more years than moat
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Cood but,"This It this column has column and outlived and That.has a good its been useful Its name called a- is+ eer "' 4'' Arcadia City-Wide Sale Days Are Now On

ness. Time for a change.In YIrillflsl
the future this column

commenting the numerous will area contain that or on good abort may happenings and be paragraphs unusual bad. in -IIII i Downtown Merchants Offering Low PricesToday

This. Is where you come in. .
This column must have a el. M
name obvicusly. You name it Is the day Defoto of Commerce Is sponsoringthis merchants plan to keep their This Is the first organizedsales DeSoto County residents are
and, send your suggestion to I Countians will begin pouring event. Special signs are stores open until 7 p.m. for promotion sponsored by. urged to take advantage of
the Arcadian ppreciato -sands s into Arcadia in order to take being displayed In the win- the added convcnence: of shop the local merchants sine their' this special event which has
It.ed. p advantage of the big three day dows of participating merchants association reorganised. Itself asa been planned so thorughly. Allparticipating
--0- City Wide Sale Days promo- plus participating merchants pers.According to John Daniels, branch of the DeSoto Coun- merchants agree?
Another week with a "no- tion being presented by the are advertising. some of manager of the Chamber of ty Chamber of Commerce. The that. the prices' they are offerIng -
accident 'report"?rom the Florida Arcadia merchants.The their sepelal low prices In this Commerce, members of t h e Chamber of Commerce also for these three? days cannot -
Highway Patrol which the sales promotion an annual edition of the Arcadian. Two merchants division have expressed was reorganized. the first of be matched anywhere. It
paper checks from Tuesdayto : Arcadia event, has been special pages are found on a great deal of enthusiasm this year and an experienced stands to reason that with
Tuesday. That makes the _in the planning for several pages four and five In section about the sale **T h e manager employed.. Since its this altitude DeSoto countianswill
.second week In a row for the e weeks and according to well It. plus other ads en every. bargains they will be offering" reorganisation the chamber has find this sales event very
county. Keep it that way! informed sources this sale will page. DunicJs. said, wilt. be real proved Itself to be one of the much to their liking.
--0- saes be long remembered for moneysaving The special low prices will values. Each businessman Is most dynamic organizations Everythng Is ready In down-
Arcadia residents were at bargains.The remain In effect. for three days iledlcated' to give the customer ever. operated In this county." town stores for the greatest
first alarmed then amused Merchants Division of only. Today, tomorrow and the best price pussibl. wit the The accomplishments thus far money-saving event ever scheduled .
when sirens being tested at i ir the DeSoto County Chamber Saturday.. Saturday evening best merchandise available." have been fantastic In downtown Arcadia.MAYOR .

the Robarts-Grsdy Funeral ,
Home went from the normal
frightening 'trouble' sound to r Second In A Series
S a series of squawks squeals a
and high frequency howdy-
dos. Fred Grady was testing
the new electronic siren just 13 Amendments FaceEDITOR'S Votersput

Installed on one of the ambu-

lances. PARKING City Police Chief Carroll NOTE: This is the holds office. the Issue on any regular

-0- Crews puts a paper bag over one of the downtown second of a series of articleson The amendments state: "Th' primary or general election for

Arcadia Red tear SeeM with :the horn like Arcadia parking meters in preparation for the City- the 13 amendments facing County Superintendent of Pub public referendum of the (Individual
wide beginning today. All meters .
Bargain Days lie Instruction shall be appointed county concerned.'
delael train causing; ladyeioutng Florida voters at the polls on
railroad track to Jump downtown will be sacked no shoppers: can park free November 3rd. by. the County. School Hoard If the referendum, election v v Sip w

In fright ..... Dig red-bone while enjoying the tremendous savings being offered "Six of one half a dozen of In the following counties: Es- results In a change In the method r
in local stores. (Sunniland Photo)
(Continued on page 4-A) the other" Is the term appliedby cambia lake, Martin. Okechobre. .- of selecting a county superintendent
Hugh Flanders, DeSoto Superintendent Palm Reach. Putnam the Incumbent will
of Public Instruct and Semlnole.* & ,
Taylor county
< .
i r ry ;' .Ay
be to remainder
Men Sentenced permitted nerve q
Ion to the two state-wide amendments has a separate resolution fur LM
: scheduled for the the same change. elf the term of officeto y
School Board Budget TO store Pen voting public In the November Each county. seeking to which he was duly' elected
elections. These do not concern chang the method from electing The county should they
By CourtFor DeSoto County except by to appointing the superintendent. adopt the method of appalnt
example at all. These two are mull go through the
: taken to .
Three men were joint resolutions 3194 and 10- Stat. Leglslatur and bo votedon Ing superintendents' may return
Year Adoptede the State Pententlary by officers ,. .ae.
of DeSoto County Sher- 43. that will' allow certain counties by the general public. It to their former status] of

!ft.s De Pa.__.._.... after the. ? to change the methodby to then up to the School Hoards elections after four year by
DeSoto County Board of worth English; Mrs. rat Johnson were sentenced last Friday by which the County Superintendent to request either a special public referendum' In the
of Public Instruction election' of their county or to
Public Instruction met in s first grade; Mr*. Chertda Circuit Judge Lynn Silver county.
budget bearing' Tuesday nigh I I,790 Atwood. Nocate first grade; tooth of Sarasota. at the Dv According to Flanders 1 it
.1... Betty Brown, chemistry; Soto County Courthouse. would be Impossible, whether PAUL P. SPEER
*\ pan ** adopt the proposed Raymond Sanders sixth grad They were Richard E. Jines, ,the superintendent was ,*lrcIvo |- .
.bud&et foe c,the 'coming ,..,. Memorlair"John Thatcher?'ceased of breaking and entering .School or apX| >li>ll".k lo-r mov*'. ":-- .U
school year 1M463.Th Nocate: Donald Crawford the Country Club ilous Money Request the office from the' sees of YOUR- 'CITY- OFFICIALS- t
,new budget calls for a social science at high school and the Golf Pro Shop several politics. He. explained that us MEET ,
total outlay of $1.0M.33. which and Gwendylon Harris Libra. weeks ago; 'Thomas Randolph an elective office any v"rtt is
Includes 942.0OO In school construction risn.la. parole violation' and Robert allowed to qualify lot>> the office
funds and 982.33fl other actions the board howard Negro convicted of As an appointive office
expenditures for the year In discussed 'needed epairs at assault with Intent to murder Tabled By Commission unless the eons. school boards Long Time City Leader
saJariea, adminlstrativ expense the Nocate school. J. M. Con Alex Mitchell Negro. set certain rigid/ requirements
** equipment, etc. nelly maintenance superintendent The men had been held at the superintendent must m* t,
The new budget adopted on of schools, met with the the DeSoto County. Jail pending "A few minutes late and the amount of' money scheduled the pubis will still bring pressure |141'...'. H.'.' This' I I. the first Grande, but returned In I MlMo
a u.otion by W. A. Clement, board and was Instructed, .f- trial. Sheriff Holton said, $0000 short" .Is the story. of In the school board's budget on the board who are In a series sf s.sH'" ab.at tn* siay-' Her. Seaboard IU1V
seconded by Bill Channel was Bill and escorted to Penitentiary the two school board members for needed repairs at the officials to % certain.
ter a motion by Channel were elected pu man and wanes ./ ar-* *fflslsls bought oul Ih. company
carried unanimously by the (Continued on peg 4-A) Monday. by. Deputies. Chairman Arthur. Hoe Jr.. and Nucate school favorites' In aUI .. and ....,..,...* *f tM. road affiliated.II .
board. Hill Channel who were to On a motion by George Procter Approximately. eight Florida. .f Arvatfls... ) with which .h. was
Nine new teachers were added meet Monday night with the and Henry. Woods, commissioners counties. .... the> sppolntlv City was elected tn th* City
to the staff for the coming: DeSoto County Commissioners of the Nocate area .yl...... Including nearby ltn- Court*!! In IS3720 and an
year;making the staff for the at the scheduled new budget the request was tablet until split Sarasota and Charlotte. .y. T." nrysii Mayor In 1s2w51.: After thai,
entire school' system complete Rotary Club Is Host hearing for the naming' fiscal the figures could:' b* furnished. h* worked 'or.t th* County as
except for four positions. Need- 7etI r. Th* county's new budget forth Any Clly Council meeting. In general. superintendent. then
ed Is first grade teacher two School IkMird members had fiscal year _beginning October ArrsdU s.* opened' with a sincere became city recorder from S
physical education teachers and appeared before the Commissioners 1st and ending rWptm- Report Shows Invocation by.. Msyur Paul 1937-47. h.. also became affiliated
a- DCT Instructor.Th at a prior meeting and _her. JOt"I I IMS was Adopted ofIh with Dettotn>> Canning. Company
Dine neW teachers were To District Governor asked for >9OUO as the County's unanimously after nu Deftnto Permit Gain P. npsr. long"" resident .where h* to still a vie-
Stuart Johnson, high schoolZngusb pert In finishing. the covered County residents appearedwith lUillcllnsT permits 'In the Cllyof tounly and an all time par president.
; Barbara Killings- walk-ways at DeSoto High I either requests or com- Arcadia. went. way over the liclpsnt, In elvk .".1,.. In I'M h* was sppninted t.
School. The f I OOO would be plaints. Th motion wa mad half-million marks lor the The Mayor'. $Invocation In* Clly Council tn till' an unplrU .
If. Lee the district to Arcadia
Dsrrett vice-presi .
governor. met by the at.t.'. matching by. a.... Prortur and s*.. months of May and June. this usually ask. Divine guidance .. term, and was againre
Bell dent of the Rotary Club of Arcadia last Tuesday when h* fund under the minimum foundatlon ended by. Donald. McKay, Commiasionor ., with a total of .17.,aM.It .- !*.t* l Mayr In 1160. a
Question welcomed Chauncey' W hi official. visit' to the year be given elfUlaU' as they carryon .
made program. Stolen AtBoard Mcintyre of St. Petersburgri local club one of the M Rotary However, school rrprsenta was out o4 kiwis and did not week, Use buslna of the City In .*....*..
Rinsing Club In Rotary International lives Hugh Flanders and Dill attend the meeting.Th These two months lone. are order that thy. saw Ih* *rbstloterevts A member ef th* Tilnity
Meeting District O.. Channel both presented a different scrwiuJ board reprsenItlave .> higher by IXrf.0U.aa the entire of the greased number Methodist 0"' ,... Mr. Sp.er
Rotary Is growing strongeras set of figures fur the appeared after the of |4> which totaled ," It .Is s> prtrxlpl* .writtenin ws Sunday nehoof tVipsvlntcn..
1 fT3ells.. bells, bells" was a a fore for tn. Improvementof ,. actual amount needed to complete ...*....n. had ..,).wrhd'' and only' year...,ul. The estimst. .. title. country's. nstltutlon, dent fur 20 years end ..*..-4'
tops of a dlsnisston. that got communities and for the advancement the walkways Nor did all the rommtosloners. .rept that. but kiln* permits. for thai,.. and one 'In which Ills. Honor on the Hoard of ll.*......*- fro '
started. at' Uvs meeting of the of International they have on hand figures for lye had toft. year will reach one of the) firmly. be...*" *.. ,,**n. If. to ass. s) omin 'I
school board Tuesday I cht. friendship and understanding.** all-Urn* high' and probably. ..,., ......, ws*. burn In the m.mbr' .f In* ....-u. Order'
When the Ft .Winder and Ft. th. governor said. It* contin ... a pool second to the city'sII beautiful. olniat .u, of Mn and of the Kiweni Club
Ogden schools were closed, th* ued.. "Rotary clubs are functioning married. to toe. former
Ninth Graders KiwoniansAsk tint "High whirls. wa. in Ucella." Oemil. August 17. If to ,
bells became a subject of discussion. M In lljDOO communities .. In and
SPAS when. the H.y"l llvwartt ia3.nd .*m* I
Who gets tltenw in 12S ecuntrt and their com Need NumbersFor SorrellsTo subdivision. ," wo built. Thai ISIS alA a '..1'**.. ....... II. Userhave
"''I'M old Ft. Winder bells, bused membership. to mor. than Continued .. 4 A
e year's total wog ..,....2". was later IrsMsferred Ie lines pg .J ,r
reposing for years to s barn ?,a S53JMM business and professional State TestA. Seek Post
em the.. old Bamwell place bad men all of whom are
been. carted off t* tile school dedicated to Use Rotary principle Perry' C....,.. new. prln- Tn Arcadia Krwanis Club ; U
btu carag*. but \.be community ** serving others." rlpl 4 tn.. DS.... Illgl scnaol. board .f eusctors read Hnrantmoualy Too Tough For Gu..enLt ;
feels lik. th* beD besongsa Quoting a...... w. PettrnglU. .ho requested. that all parents Mendsy.. night lorntr -
UM wee. tn. president of RotarylnirmaU0n of student who. will b* entering heir dub. >.ra.*.*.t. Retest l
-118.; belt baa. been tber *| for the Rotaryyear the nintk grod this year isrtsias. s* a esJMjkUi Frank Landon Stumps NeighborsI ;
tor ages" Din BarsiweU aaid.Mr 1914.43. th. guveiuor .. apply for Social. Security for LA. 0...__ *l sWvissonIt. .
father .. A. SUrwweU, said. "This yeor Rotarians all asaber.. for ths ........ basediatty In ether. srUosv a .wneiM
was school trusts at FU Wader ewer th* world. will ..,..". ..*,- tee was appNated. .. arrssep h .. ana. of .humor and. Mlles "
.. week's. istyttenr man I t far ,**,.. Tb ed bO. for due to b.* gutded by tnetr nvs east ,*.r. tn. Stat Deps. pew. for a SUatrWt 1'.euaM l* Ln- nothing .bettor than to sit sail
wIIAda' UT..was are roger. ws Ury bleak. in than eanununiiContl .- m.nl .. Feuealaast -- b* held .to) Arcadia UM ..w.. we Fwd Arthur Las dot WM| duet..Al *,O jeers .1 age.etiel .feed' thai with old friends'* n* hat
..seed. M'tbbu bars amid ..... gj. .o 4 a. ..nylon, ,.. *>is4 *s> peep 4-A) sluct statewide. testing of si! ..to ., August was horn F......" 2. IM4 in I .. Ike-is" hs. wm a well o>v.top. known for years. ,_
... Went and twetftn .,.... stu* Aswsvtfinf. I* Ita..... try-. 1M town of JsoMifK Wyn .f.M.slS, Ill..* Uvlnsr. children are Mr*. ;
45: IrV J0sjda bed. to at ... >srt* sn the fnthlMT srtissls.Th .tows, _* club .In tn* di.less CtMMtly, Gc#gU. lie awed t* .
"'/......*' Osvrrn. But wttattut to*its of tns.s teals see ... ........ s.. *, tie s>..*.i ibers .. ./>....*.!.. .1st ISIS! .. ** !** wok. t ti
sins *C ..* WQ. at tUmmmtflr Moonshine Tax Loss fUod by" U>. depMlnwnl. by" the '- for LA. OrvemosTn* let for Hus. ltrnti. Cm.*ny sad i<
At XssjsA? Anybody student. Social Sentrtty nm fat Oovstnor hens IK*. A/rs4U Is- ..*** ,eats *n.J-efv Itwee t br.- Cs' b w** severs. yrs see sm.ll sv rr.w.gsw4 train; tn.t *..*..< LAS w***** std Ste."i"i"i.e
This ...... It simaisry *..rOil wn..s I.yl Wood w_ **...*>*. balssd the.. K<. owl .1 Ih* peeved. t. B* t.. ** .k i
rigs.th grade ....**.... .* hV .......a. to wttesjants. Barra. isAee.daa weewlsi, 41.a '-r* .*. nt.*.-*r* t* .) ...*. -d
Runs Into Millions thus nns srr before tn* test asd. DS.ts. Card, II* ws treated. In ftM9 t. rr Slam II aleaced a* if ,
to od. ln*.< rs< in Dries.51laba. der w wart M ibee soul ..*....| lUrring barn. they. boat .*r r*."r* amid! gm the
Weather Dylwb.f wbaa abed Mtna elsie. II* I* sw>..tofS"of < .... ........n Nn ............ .... i*,iHitr .t all. ear myetory
r Ta. to.* M FtorisVn tassiar- u- origtovaUy Kall*>g re .. XVuvre. Sentbers r..c.. ... bad Chorvh but. to sw* sInMber. *.,.*...litU*. ..... w* are .,
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onsn ._tine wAS.tr ..41 7 V wadedu ef peeN ties far .. Su tai. S.ewtt, sUvtabwt II ea tntswtn d ih. a** Wanda*** ., U.* .west t* **.ste. .*. M* th. at**.*, it wo* ............. d.. few. dnnbsg. ua.pI -be r tar lbe .......... sera, B.* bid In Arr4i. s.taeb .....- vrru. II*. bee. si..Mtubt .,...... r. tit* Myetry *M..r* .. 5*..
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11 2-A: THE ARCADIAN Arcadia. Florida Thursday,. July 30, 1964 L II

r- - ; Miss- McAninchBecame I J. S. Maassen's Engagement Announced I

the late W. CT (Bill! Atkins et
CHIT CHAT Wife of Return From Arcadia and the late Mr At.
THr Oates is
kins: and the son
S0.uL Vincent T. HallMiss VacationJ'rip' of Mr. and. Mrs. AV H, Oates
"1J ly g.., Both. Mrs. Drlggers and Mr

Nancy .J.. McAninch.\ be Mr. and Air.. John's. Maasrsen Oates are presently employedat
came the bride of Vincent T; and sons Edward ana uvl -- the G Pierce Wood Memor.
Hall last Saturday night Jury d returned home Monday ial Hospital.
25th. at the M. Lewis Hall night. from a sight seeing trip They plan to continue to
Ranch on the Vermont Road up the Eastern Seaboard and make their home _In Arcadia.
S. E. of Arcadia. through lower Canada. The
The bride formerly of Mar trip covered over three thousand -
ion. Ohio now a resident of miles and lasted a lit- FfWIDAREYelde. !
Miami. and Mr. Hall were mar- Lie over tnree weeks
ried cutside: the Ranch House They traveled by car pulling a
f' in a natural woods setting r small house ear. making it
V "]I' dII with' the grounds gaily decorated k u possible to stop at many out 1OO%

II t n a, wJU huge lights.. She of the way and .unusual places
wore street-length white awn Among the points of interest Frost-Proof!
gown with a fingertip veil highlighted on the trip were
i r } of illusion. M. Lewis Hall of Philadelphia Pa.. Washington
Maml father of the groom t DC. and the Worlds Fair
\ Was, the only, attendant. w wk Whrte- at the' Fair. they "*pnt

.. J.nlIaU, formerly of Miami. a great deal of their time
: .. ') is presently engaged In extensive standing in line as most people NANCY DRIGCERSMrs.
.I :'Itlt cattle raising in DeSoto have done but did enjoy I
County his ranch being located what they were able to aee.r"rom .
Atkins Drlggers
!: on what Is known as New York City, theMaassen's Nancy making I
and, Karl Oates are
Pine Island on Prairie Creek. RECEIVES CJlI-CK- the above picture. 'went! to Corning;; plan for an early August wed {tli
He plans to open, an Law office Maw York and visited the
in DeSoto County In the Mrs. Betty Forbes, president of the Junior Womans Class Factory. Then on to Niagara din*.
Most Ride An ElephantIt Club ia check The bride-to-be Is the daughter I
near. future. ahown presenting a to George Smith Foils, and across: Canadato ando
seems td be the thing to do If you are sTghtaeeing Preceding the wedding. Mr. member of the Hospital Executive Board, to use Detroit where they watched of Mrs.Florida.Flora D. Atkins .,II nail n.'M
{ in India. Anyway that is what my sister Ruth Smith M. Lewis Hall entertained the to buy a Pediatric Hospital Bed, Mrs. Altman the Ford factory workers turn North 'J
,.'land friend. Leone Schacht. of Orlando, are doing In the sixty invited guests to a typical Director of Nursing and Dr. Calvin Martin: mem- out a complete Mustang cur In' I I' '' M.di rros.i4a.3i

,above picture. The elephant's name if you are, interested" Ranch Style Buffet Din ber of the Executive Board, Alton La timer, chair 49 minutes. They then visited >TS ...it.
is Anarkell. and that name meana bud of the ner The Ranch: style atmosphere man of the Board was unable to be in the picture. the Ford Steel Mills where Fbmlly Reunion e No frost.fo.defrostingeven
'.pomegranate. prevailed, during the entire The members of the Junior Club earned the money they saw steel being made. Nocotee in,freezer.,
"" Inc. I In
The ride took place early in the morning of July 21. Immediately following the. for the Hospital project by selling candy and The weather there was th.vtalt'ed the hottest e ISO-IK zero zone

,: They were on their way to the old walled city of Amber. wedding; a group of cow boys other. Club, projects. on the of any trip. place They also visitedthe The Prater family reunionwas bottom freezer.
They rode the elephant: from the main road up the roughi came riding" up in a cloud: of Ford Museum and Green- held Sunday. July 10. at
stone road leading to the fortress-like castle set high dust followed chuck and Mrs. C Twin "ei:,table Hydratort
by a wagon Stuart feed's Picnic field Village in Dearborn the home of Mr.
i on the mountainside. The castle was made of beautiful filled with hay. with allthe SaturdayAt White In Detroit Mr. Maas- Willie Messer for nearly y. bushel.

mosaic and inlaid work of the period from the 12th to wedding presents concealed Take Son To sen visited with an old Navy Guests Included Jule and e Storage door holds even
the 17th century-jewels glittering with convex mirrors underneath ,the hay. The LiverpoolReverend Buddy of his whom he had Pete Messer of Ft. Myers; Mr. i -i:1': '. CoJif ns. ,
"reflecting them. A boy walked beside them up the hill, bride and groom had to hunt CollegeMr. and Mrs. Drennon not seen In 22 years. and Mrs. Leroy Tucker children '
for their gifts In the hay. and'
Joan. Patsy Teresa
.,playing a sweetsounding reed-like instrument.
very The D. Corttlngham: celebrated their On their return trip home,
then Invited the
(Seems to me that .I have read that, elephants ,carry guest to groom his Ranch Home for and Mrs. Stuart need fifteenth Wedding Anniversary the Maassen's t1am.U.rouah Gay. all of Orlando; Mrs. Lena Mrs. $29995.Wlth
,passengers best if music the walk. Ed. left Tuesday moraine to Ftransburry of Arcadia;
accompanies the reception. Cake and Punch Saturday with a group of the Smokies and, stopped over LJzzfe 'Thompson, daughter-in-
..Note.) were served all during the reception their son. Robert and his friends at the Liverpool picnic for come mountain fishing.In law. Mrs. Barbara Thompson
I have enjoyed Ruth's detailed accounts. her". trip, hour. friend George Collier, ton of grounds.The talking of the 'trip. Mrs. children Eleutla Ginger LIn-

''but think I enjoyed best her description' of the .Taj Guests list Included the following Mr. and Mrs.Mo.Charles Collier cook-out was not as much Maassen said that they all hada da Sue. and Ralph. Jr., all of Trade
to St. Lout where
Mahal, near Agra. The tomb was built' by Shah Jahan from Arcadia: Judge IWUI enter' ,Bay Us. Technical fun as it would have been- If perfectly wonderful''r I P. Crestvlew Mrs. Ilaezl Garner
;'jn the 16th century In memory Of his beloved' wife NUT Gordon hays Sheriff L. R. College. They will both take the rain had held up for Justa without any trouble with the children lends Sue. Jeff. 'ARCADIA SALE DAYS
tna Mahal. It is'quite '*'distance from' the,town- Our llolton, Carl Adamson. and Diesel Engineering. bit but at least every car and seeing' all the things Keith and Kay all of Ft. Ogden .
sightseers got up early'so that :they tutjftcj be out there far. and Mrs. Worley Whidden. The young men are scheduled one could get into the act because that they had planned to see, ; and Mr. ,and Mrs. Alpha
'when the sun wan coming'up. It is a'ly'amaz.ng' '; what to register in for classes If you were not cooking: but that she wus TIRED and Prater. Mr and Mrs. Robert WEEKLEYFURNITURE
:one will do bn vacation isn't 'It? '''Ruth said that the Celebrated80th en August 4th, so went' on you could hold an umbrella a she supposed the other member Or a wily, children Roger, Dutch Co.
tarpaulin or what have ) of the party were too, and hazel Ann Mr. and Mrs. ;
:glistening In i white marble symmetry in the early morn- a little early to get settled In you
Jng'sunllght.' reflected' the long poo) along side where Birthday an apartment and ready for over the chef, and the fire. and that they were all gladto Richard Prater. Mrs. DorothyPratft' Open Friday and Saturday
back home and "REST"up and all of
get son, Ricky
Night Until 7:00 m.
work. The Cottingham's were really 1- p.
the edifice beautiful.
paths' approach was really
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their vacation.
from Nocat: 22 8. Polk WA 86401
It took SBS> years' and 22.000 workmen 46 build the Mrs, Annie R. Ford celebrated II looked as though Robert married on the 24th. but -- --'- --
her Both Anniversary might have to postpone his the picnic was postponed to I ;
)nagnificent Taj and there it stands'timeless) and matchAleas Birthday ,
college classes for a while following have bettter weather oh
Sunday. July 20th. ..ther
Ruth ..Bald that' being far !away from\familiar lib- accident he had Sat
an 7--
wary referenced ,"I'm guessing that It Was Madam Da home T3 West Imogene r -
Street.. urday. Both Robert and George Anyway, had a real
taehl who 'Bald, that sculpture 'was frozen music were at the Henry Lanler cottage -
AH her children were present good time and Rev. Cottlng-
l tcrtainly the 'iTaJ Mahal with Ita sculptured marble derail .:: on Lake Placid Saturday
to help her ee ebe.te. Theyare ham said that he had been on
*, its Inlay its jewels,. but'n t of all for, its architectural Lawrence and Bill Ford being given a "going away" many many picnics In his life
perfection. I I to >be listed among theseven of Arcadia; Fred Ford. of .Jupiter party by a few of their friends. but never one that he would 1
Wonder of_ .the, Worid." N.... Ifubert Attention. They were all horsing around remember as well as the one f
j Jot,*. Buck Carter; Mrs. Marion when Robert was accidently last Saturday. He hud a good
Follow Up Story Albrltion.Mrs.Joe Deluca. Mrs. pushed from the dock. He fell
It j It U always ''a pleasure to tell ''a good ending for' a Walter Godfrey Mrs Lucille awkwardly and hurt his neck. time.Attending were the honor

previous story. This is far from the end, but it Is eer.. Grant, ail of Arcadia Mrs. lie waa. rushed to the Hospital guests. Reverend and Mrs. Cot-
lalnly good. Remember I wan telling you about the Sherman Sima''' of Cocoa: and and X Rays made to determine ungham. and family; Mr. and
Good the Men of the Elk Club do with the money they Mrs. Henry Duncan of Parish.There If his neck was broken. Monday Mrs. Ralph Rousch. and family -
make on their annual 4th of July Barbecue. Well re- were 107' guests Inan when the X-Rayt were ; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dew-
found that the muscles In
Aults have already materialized. Seven months old who attended Including several read ey. and family; Mr. and Mrs.Blames It
his neck '
relatives were badly twisted
from of
Sandra Jean Bransford daughter of Cliff and Barbara.Jlrunsford. .'Town.- out with *. small" bone In the front Stanch, and family; and

West Nelson Street, Arcadia. as 1 told you. A big family dinner'wee enjoyed chipped but not broken. So Dr. and Mrs.' Calvin )Martin _

was born with n congenital dislocated hip and with her ) by the group at noon. the Doctor gave him permission and family. ,,.NNM e..NM1 .... .
'left leg turning in from the knee down. The Elks sent N.... Ford Is the widow of to go on to school. When
her to their Harry :Anna Crippled Children's Home Inlmatllla. the late Lee Ford. they left he woe wearing a 1
] hind after' five Weeks she was. able to return The honor guest received large plastic collar and wUl Sharon L. BrownIs
home. 1 saw a picture of herewith her new braces on. 'many lovely and useful. gifts. have to wear it for the next
She Is n beautiful little girl, and very) bright and alert two or three weeks at least. Bride Of '

looking. They feel. at the Home. that because they,were MarriageLicense Mr. In and St.Mrs.Louis Reed until will they remain :

able to start with her at such an early age she will be are sure that Robert's neck is Charles Parkyn
perfectly- normal, and be ablo to run 'and .play, as other not going to give him any II
children do. I think that perfectly wonderful. I have trouble, and until the boy are Miss' .Sharon Lynn Brown. Mini-Basket slips in for.
daughter of Mr. and M... Robert
In 'mind a small girl who will be crippled. all her )U.betauae Marriage1 licenses .were Hsoed settled for the winter. They J. Brown of 3214 N. 28th- r;." normally hand :wo.""-<
about it from the1 office of will then return to
her parents- nK>*cted doing anything County Atlanta Place, Phoenix. Arizona: became ties k-
sheerest ire
'it wan too late. Maybe they did ,not.know, about Judge Gordon Hays to the fob aa.. and attend the Gift Shows, the bride of Charles L.Dtrhyn -' <
the lowing William Gene and buy stock for their .J d, ., -..
service offered by the Home in mlttilIa. And paid Tlpcon new : on May 3Oth. 1WM In .a ; .
for by tho Elks Clubs of Florida. Cliff and Barbaraare IS. and Jlmmie Louise Cap- Jewelry and Gift Show here. the Pale Verde Baptist ChurchIn 'utise" I :;
very appreciative of the local Elks members. They ling. 29. both of Ft. Ogden; They plan ta put in a new Phoenix. Mr. Psrkyn I* the '!, : Big 12 pound capacity
Glenn Harold Oosnell. SO. and line of China and other
U lot of good with the monies they make. gifts, son of Mr. and Mrs. William ti forlaryefantillrMetSuSS
certainly < > a
Carlene June Jon.. }. 1g. both and will buy stock: for Christmas r
Und I am sure that aU of us who contributed in someytsayr of Arcade and WUBam Karl: shopper Parkyn, m NJE.: Oak SIAr

> to 'the start of the recovery of small Sandra Jean gas 30. and Nancy WyneHeAtkins Mr. and Mrs. Reed plan to cadia. -3 WASH CYCLES
will continue to watch her +progress with a great deal 19, both of Arcadia.' be away for two weeks The bride, given In marriage;
by her father, wore a street-
bf, interest. __ length sheath of silk; organza 3 WASH TEMPERA, I
Trip to Bradenton ing' him because he waa elected a Bishop of the Method adorned by embroidered lace. EJ. ; TURFS ""

Perrle and I went to Bradenton Sunday and spent tat Church. Dr. Pendergraas. will serve In Mississippi. A bouffant shoulder-length .. :

4 the day with my son, Gilbert and family. They have He waa the Miller's pastor In Cross City many years veil and an orchid corsage: on 2 .
He WASH-SPEIO; (* ,r
just moved into their brand new home and we wantedto go. was also Bill Miller's hunting companion and a white Bible complemented I
close friend. the bridal costume.
sets it. It hr lovely and in a desirable section town. When Beadle Mrs. Nell Baird sister of the 'SAVER:
read that he had been elected a Bishop WATER LOAD
out front
;1 thought that it was a little too far every*
all. wrote him a and in bride and Jarrett Peck werethe SILCCTiON ', :
.thing a new subdivision Shaw. in North West Bra- very personal letter he turn, vI'
; attendants. '
said that he appreciated" her letter and the things that .
but that did mind. Will stilt '
denton am sure they not; The bridegroom graduatedfrom
:have a great deal of taxiing to do but if you live where slid said- more than any. other letter he received. DeSoto High School, and R tIFOIII001 fiitar=:'..r'' !

''you desire in a place* large aa Bradenton. that Is par Cards Prow Traveling Friends] attended Florida State University. efa aMcJei

;for the eoov- e. They am not too far from the DeSoto Some of my friends return home by the time I receive TaJUhassee.) .. I
'National Memorial 1'ark. I had never visited the Park their' cards, and often before I have A chance to say After spending their honey f

'before, and it was interesting. walked all around the anything about It. Such was. the cant with a card from returned moon in to Arcadia Olenttale.the Artisans couple L $25'9.95

;i"natur paths" with three of my grandchttdnen" and BUI Coker. While she was visiting Ih Knoxvlllcv Trnn- where Mr. Parkyn la currentlyarvt.g WA-lily

\(two of their friends Susie and Stan Stathls. Jr. SusieIs with her sister Georgia Wilkerson. they carried themon rwtth the- Utf S. Alt _

,' a granddaughter of Marguerite and Stan Stathis andsmart. a sightseeing' trip to Aihevill They visited the old furce. '. -.- .. _11" .
Her small dog. Cricket followed' us. and this' Biltraor Mansion and many other landmarks and enjoyed -- -----,- -- -

:disturbed her very much. She said. that there were the/ mountains.A ... ARCADIA, SALE DAYS SPECIAL
.signs saying that dogs must be on a leaah If allowed In card Monday from Millie and John Parker from

the! park t and he wasn't. That last year vicious Yellowstone National Park. They have been attendinga

'''dog bit a small child and In all seriousness Susan told In California visiting relative. and doing a : .. r 3 'DAYS ONLY
me that the child's parent nearly. sued the menu- lot of sightseeingMillie said that they had visited. so a I, t ,
"''incut' (?) so that was the reason. for the rule. But we many states and so many. Interesting. place., had been -e'_ art w .e
did come out with the 00<<'. n J'without sutyon' -having'been ; having a marvelous' time. They plan to be home before '
bitten, but I was tired. I cannot remember whenI very" long. Imagine.. that Ann win be arriving soon from t to

: walked' ao>> much. \Ve had a delicious dinner. Gilbert Kurop: John Jr., has been, keeping everything running .
;barbecued<< the rout In the; back yard:: That la the smoothly_while all the family were away '
Status Quo of the times. But I "mjojrni'" Bert Rnarlfa ALL HEW..'he ....a.........a '
;Monday column, and I BO along with him. Rather doubt W. L Matttasm Critically IBMy .Lii; I..., SJ4.9S q ......Rr ... J .. C

'that charcoal smoke will give on .cane .'but lUke my neighbor.. Scutts Mattlson. suffrrrd from emphysema -
... .,e......
!.meat done, but not burned. all the time h. was in North Carding Ills wife. VA1K 97.-a.- .: _

Fiat# Platt 'to G raadpariaLNine \ Milk.. attended a meeting at HOlcrcst, _hiS. he remained _NOW ONlY ,.40-. -w.
In Sooth Carolina with relative. When the wsat is wekaww Year .
month old.Kathy,Renee MurHor I* vblUnc her. .week of study was over for> Millie.. Scutta joined her, ".. Nelgkbar ?
'(grandparents' .. Drl and Mr*. A. D. *Hftllora>.'for the very and they planned to spend a few day in the mountain,
'first time. Her ...,.... threw. .year. old Ana Marie,' waa but the high alUtud was not good for him and h. suffered SHOP ARCADIA FIRST

,quIte small when the family moved to Oakland. CalU a severe attack so when he was able to travel .., .
ifornia, but they knew her b
IthMty Mijtliorv family when he received hat Doctorate Hospital where. their semi Dr. Joel Mattiaon, Is a surgvon. Arcadia Sifurniture
degree at Tulane over' a year ago' She b quite a young They arrived' there Wednesday' and the> seven Store

V lady now. and bolpa ear for her smaS abter.t attack of emphysma caused. his heart to go bad. so he Ii&44

Attended Reeepllas has been In a serious condition sine' that time. At .... 9. "g .
i Itoadie Miller (Mr*. W. It.;) attended Ute Reception nrea' time hU -.161.. ... Nell Kelly called to say he .wa.
iffivv"in last week for a former 'Dr.I I'yrard Edhooor- and be 31 Want Oak Stre+t
: Tampa improving, hoped to able to go to his son's homearson. P"-e WA
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THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia. Florida Thursday. July 30, 1964 8-A

visiting: with Mr Dykes left the pui ty, v.sUed I 'I"i .'',' in-"i Wednesday I N. Kcrce. Other weekend Hai-\'iQ. all of Orlando; and children Ruby; Tlnunle ltd
brought Lynda in Tenn.. and retu..nedhome \ ,-I., ,,13 vii-ti her cousin. Mrs. guests were Joe Kerce Clar- nieces' Mrs], Neta Moore and Ronald, all of Lorida; and Miss\ I
re\yrned with from Mejriphis by tram Uu0> South' 133 N. (UllsboroA *nce. KIf':.'. a.ad>< Mrs. Qthal) Mrs Lena Godwin and three '..ols Fagan of Bradenton.

( here. in Miami.' Mi H. DowUng had been I., ___ __ -- = =--- ...
letting with a brother
Mr* John 11. TrcMdweM. Sr.
Beuay Beren- win )data 3arurtt David and months's visit in Greenville Tampa to visit other relatives Changes Shape
pent Sun S. C. with her daughter Mrs. before returning home. ,
..NeU Beronda's Brown.; W. L). YarbeOetMr: Yarborough of Television for Good With This
Mrs. Brown and I-amHy.: Mrs. .Joe Ebert of Seffner i
summer trip was a Monday guest of Mrs 'La-. ,It
took In all Mr. and Mrs.. Walter Setila- A. C. Polk. Sr She went -t f
1 ". and enjoy. bach left Tuesday, tewrnltig fora from here to Charlotte Harbor i
much. They month's vacation vtoH with for a few days visit with NEW
Mexico and relatives and friends in U o- her sister Mrs: Mae Durrance.Mr .
bull fight, and ner and Cromell, Ind.
and Mrs G. M. Dyke -
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. 'Veil... of Tampa spent Monday and
Joe Coker re- children Connie and Dicky Tuesday here visiting with his 23" RECTANGULAR
night returned home Monday from a*>brother. Mr. and 11.1.. ... Ivy
Tennessee vacation trip They had plan- ..",. and family.
two weeks ned to go on to California Tilt ei '
visited in but found their trailer too
with ]M I, r s. Mrs Annie Ford and niece COLOR
heavy to pull that far. so tu..ned Mrs. Lesilv Hansel were called ,,
Mr. and Mrs
back at Fort Wo..th. Texas. to
Tampa Tuesday due to
; Knoxville
the serious Illness of Mrs.
Mr. Wilkerson. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Dobson Fcrd's brother George Rowand. t
went to Tampa Monday and .
on Tuesday morning Mr. Dub- I
left for son, entered St. Joseph Hospital Woodrow Ken. of Tailshataee I TUBE
a two weeks for a cataract operation. spent last weekend visiting .
daughter Mrs. with his mother. Mrs.. j
Fried sons Mr. and Mrs. Paul Monte -I --- --- ----

Miles. mery, daughter Diane and _
Miss Betty, Reynolds, returned -I
T. R (Dick) home Friday, of last week RONNIE'S TID-BIT Motorola's new color tube is rcctangu-
i ar. not round! This i means you get
at Siesta
.r'k a two weeks vacation i
I more, natural looking picturethe* same
], visiting. with trip. They, went to New York, i Advice Is a drug on the I Hand-Wked Color shah as your, modern black'aod'whita
... .James R. attended the Fair and took in market. ; the supply always set.. Corners. of the picture lI"n.t completely
Anderson the sights of the City; return I exceeds the demand. I Chassis Designed I "cut off** The picture's: bigger
Iam. ed home by, Washington D. C. than ordinary round color tub sets
for a few days. visit with her ExPBR1WATCB and Engineered by 23 Inches overall diagonal tube: measure -
Anthony D. sister Mrs Joseph Dolan and ; 274 sq In. picture viewing area-
Yet the tube Is approximately S inche
\ Ann
Mr. Dolan; and by MOTOROLA
on Calhoun REPAIRS
shorter than. ordinary round color tubes)
Renee. ar. Ga., for a visit with Mrs. Montgomery's so cabinet. can be slim trim and at
a visit with ,
daughter Mrs. Robert tractive.ARCADIA .
Dr and Bridges Rev. Bridges, QE as
He has children Jim Ned. Scott. .
a years In- Cathy, and Lee '
Report that I '
S. Navy Hos they had a wonderful time i RONNIE'S J/ RADIO _& TVSERVICE
Calif., and
.. and enjoyed the sightseeing
here is over much as they did the FairMrs. .a'i S fact Oak. .t.
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THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia Florida Thursday; July 30. 1964I

I j ASC-Committee System- xMt Population In State Change Regulations For Of Report Address Change For '

;; 1 .Important, To Farmers To Double AverageWASHINGTON several Fla. changes HuntersFlorida sportsmen next In season the will huntingregulations It find was Fast Security PaymentSocial oenefi, ;

_____.... hv the that hope to receive .arpt
Jloy Thigpen chairman of and water as well aa the price reported rcwcmv -* ; 'hen S0-
the incumount Agricultural support activities In (Special)- a little more than 5 percent of Game and Fresh Water Fish cial Security check) a
Stabilization and Conservation '* varous Population increases in Flor- the total, about the U. S. aver Commission. In addition to each month should mak _
Committee: said today that area commodities. ida over the next decade will age. But the Florida born are seasons and bag limits several l tain the Social Secum>
I t farmers and ranchers who ar. "The last couple of years," more than double the national getting harder to find two- new regulations will change: ministration Is kepi '\0-
eligible to vote in the committee : ; Thigpen continued, "the farmer average according to the Kip- thlros of all residents have ml the method of taking wildU their correct mailing tadrt-
elections also have the elected committee system linger Washington Editors.In grated from other states." Hunters will be able 'to obtain Most persons receiving .
right to nominate liS candidates unique in the history of agriculture the seventh annual Flor- The estimates are based on a license on a year roundbasis security payments are mri,.- '
for committee membership any has come under considerable ida Population Map publishedas talks with population expertas and will be required to promptly report amn nand
:I farmer who is eligible and will- scrutiny. .As a result an adjunct to the Kiplinger well as government, bus- possess a license in order to of address but many ne
Ing to serve. Petitions for nominees of Intensive study by official -' Florida Letter the editors estimate Incas and industry leaders. hunt rabbit and unprotected Ing to George Banks die acnorl
the that Florida will see a Kiplinger points out that estimates animals. The season : -t: >
must be signed by six groups system is lur bearing manager of Sarasota, ( ,
,t or more eligible voters and not only being retained but'has 10-year population gain of 44 must be changed often for rabbit fox. bobcat report their new address
:' filed at the county ASC office been greatly strengthened" percent, more than twice the to reflect new developments raccoon, opossum and skunK moving. Others Bank wnjj,
before August 12. Last year DeSoto County U. S. average. Population fur bearing on population growth. will remain open throughout ed out do not notify the Socj pn-::
L "We want the best men received $4S-thousand plus, tne current year is estimated "This year, for example we the year. Security Administration )
at 3.767,400; for 1969. 6.897- considered missile new of a spear win
!: available serving on our ASC under the agricultural conservation 'I tie possession the post office makes a
500: for 1974 8322400. roads and universities the than three tines or bane
; cost
committee, Thigpen said. "The program sharing in the route box, or
The editors note that the one- siren
southward .
movements of citrus greater
t. committee system Is the back- arrangement. having .nes
number. Many time
population mix of Florida is growers, approval of the cross- sixteenth inch in diameter; or woes
According to Chairman Thle-
bone of farm programs dealing the address on the check
changing: with a rising state gaff or is n
propor- barge canal. As a result mechanical spring
with conservation of soil pen. "a farmer eligible to veto a
the Post
correct Office ..
ton of citizens over 65. "WhileU. is wn
some smaller counties at night
t are per and a light
in the committee elections Is crab:
turn it to the Treasury .
S. avenue is 9
percent king had
up even those which .
farmer who is prohibited.One }
a taking
Modcna Bates Florida has 11 percent will approach been losing population. And regulation would prohibit for remailing. Then a
ti ( is ellgble to take part) in
: also the greater possibility
I 13 percent by 1970 some of the bags aren t grow the taking of wildlife hat a
the national
,...- program. }r'y J.: y re,\.M. "Proportion of ing quite aa fast as formerly." from any conveyance having a the check may be lost or Itr.>
Now A Major Qualifications for the officeof Negroes continues to fall. Is tower or other structure cap- en. In either case, the bone;>
committeeman ia headed
1: by now down to about 18 percent. the weight of clary doesn't receive the :art
=; able of bearing
the that the farmer :
requirement .
I'orelanborn residents make up I First when such tower o. on time, and this may :ai..
be a local resident who Is fI1" TrainingHeld a person him unnecessary hardship ;
than eight
.-- = structure is more
eligible to vote In the elections. -
9ri than the lowest Is dependent on It for il> .
feet higher
Additional Informaton on all '. RecentlyDr. of his livelihood.
part Ban,
\ bottom surface of such convey
i!: qualifications may be obtainedat --_A RotariansContinued (Lt. CoL) Norman A. ance. advises that all persons in rhll
t1 the
Arcadia ASC office. to
r '. Twigger of Arcadia who was Recorded game calls is pro- area receiving social securm
oIII The election of the ABC .. ,... ( from page 1-A) recently appointed as the Com hibited and measures are pro- payments notify the Socia, Security Y
county committee: will be by ..,' \< tics, in their vocations and in mander 405 Medical Service vided in which an individual Administration ot ant
:stii : mall balloting between August their relations with people of Flight Air Force Reserves, announced could control certain wildlife change in address as quick), a
\u: 21 and September I, -'" \ ether countries. We are urged this week that the when such animal or bird is as possible after any mo\

I DUCKS UKTLrtNKDSheriff: Lloyd Holton[ and by Rutary's world president to first weekend training sessionat found destroying crops fruits Those persons whose :heck ,
.;. Deputy David Ktcne journeyed to Glade: County live Rotary at our meetings the Hospital Orlando AFB. fowl or stock. are being received at an mt- .
early this week to nab and and also when we are away was held July 18th and 19th. red address should have tt 'op a,
a Duck-nupp return
if Moonshine Tax the stolen from thorn. The flight .Is part of the reorganized reeled Immediately.Any .
fowl to their home at lake Katherine.
iisi ii- The accused Duck-nupper During his visit the District program which crea- Local Man Ends change in the addrei
Harry Whltnker box
Governor was given additional ted 148 new medical service must be reported in writing
(Continued from page 1-A) 332r Owens. Florida, ia in the D Soto County Jail. information of some of the flights at Air Force hospitals Driving Course over the beneficiary's signatur.;;
received In small amounts with Ho is scheduled to appear before Judge Gordon club's activities. Lee Barrett reports throughout the United States Army tTivate Jan A. Cong- This may be on any kind it
iih:. no immediate Indication that Hays to answer to tht chartfca. Holton I insued a that he was especially Flight persons who are being don son cf Mr.\ and Mrs. .R. D. paper but most persons rrcciving '
iih the drinker is being slowly poi warning to all folks who may be tempted to urge pleased with the local club's trained to assist in the immediate Ccngdon Route 3, Arcadia payments were given
;, soned. the ducks away from the lake. (Arcadian Photo) "International Service' project augmentation or expan- completed an eight-week light post card form specifically ">.t
referring to the Memorial sion of hospital facilities are vehicle: driver course at Ft. this when they, originally died
Monies reaped by the crime Day service graveside at the given the opportunity to workin Jackson S. C., July 23rd it their claim.:
syndicate annually from sales. British Plot In Oak Ridge a well-equipped active Air was announced here today.
:;I J :of Illegal whiskey could if New, College Eat Good Food Cemetery.The Force hospital. In addition they Congdon. 18 years old attended -

subject ,to tax, provide substantial District Governor also wll provide additnnal staffingfor DeSoto High school and
I Increases in pay for.. Dream Is True On Lo-Cal Diet reported on the activities of the bas hospital during entered the army in March
thousands of. school teachers, *, cur Rotary district one of emergencies. 1964 City Official I
which is the Rotary Foundation Twigger and hospital officials During his eight-week course
build hop)t sis. elimnalte slums, SARASOTA (KNS) Groundbreaking 4
:MAJOR MODENA DATES: : carry .a 'large portion of the ceremonies for New, By PlanningEat to which the district's were pleased with the he received Instruction in the (Continued from page 1-A)
State's welfareburden and In clubs have financially contributed training results and enthusiasm use and maintenance of vehicles as a foster son. They have mix
A former Arcadia girl, Mo- general, provide a better way College of Sarasota were held a good breakfast to start nearly $100,000.00 over shown by the reservists with a rated capacity of grandchildren. .
dena L. Dates daughter of. Mr. of life for the untold thousandsof July '21. President George F. a good day.Nutritionists. the past several years. This during their first meeting. less than four and one half ton Mayor Speer says that ht fir
and MM. Charles T. Todd of Florida residents who are Bsughman turned the first with the Flor- foundation provides study opportunities Training was provided by the In motor pool organization. believes firmly in the sound xr
Bunker community .has been' touched 'directly orindirect- earth for the trailblazing In- ida Agricultural: Extension Service for students of hosptal in the nursing, material and proven principles of the
promoted to the rank of Major other lands In countries other dental and
pharmacy ser
ly by this. bU ht. stitution. say that workers who eat democratic government and t,
.r"! in the womena brahchof: Keating said the' Beverage Opening In September after a good meal before going to than their cwn. Including: the vices. It Is planned to providea Florida Welcome Stations wants to see those principles ,
',w the Air Force. Department is authorized to more than three years of prep- work get more done than those United States. The governor more comprehensive: week- served 21,528 cars and 82.705: retained In Arcadia and De
1\ Miss Bates Is stationed at pay for information. leadingto aration. New College hopes to who skip breakfast or eat a noted that the Rotary Club of end training program for flight people during :Iay. 1964. ThisIs Soto County. sHe
I Eglln Air Force base and h.rpromot'on the 'seizure of Hllclt distiller be a leader In tomorrow's ed- poor one. Arcadia is a 100 percent con- membets during the next meet- an increase of 10.37 per cent resides at 146 South Vo ;
came on July IS. *. or transported, moonshine ucation. The college has sought A good breakfast provid tributor. ing slated Aug. 1516. over 1963 lusia with his wife.
according to Mrs. Todd. whiskey out promising June graduatesfor protean_ vitamins, and mineralall 1.----------.: -- ----

._- ---- -- Borne of the signs of moonshine Its lOu-meatber) charter needed I to build and repal
activity that clUxens can clans Mora than '70!etK'C' cent the body and to keep yoih
STAY IITCHING?" be'.teat> forla'' heavye" ....**wtte I -.h.tup defect: cent of *althy...A>good breakfast provides '
truck traffic Into wooded or their class. fuel for body energy.A ARCADIA I'
let doctor' secluded areas, Including ware- The scholastic calendar will doughnuts and eel f a, SALE DAYS
stqp ItZ0mo hou... and even' private resldences. provide fur an 11-month academic breakfast fails to furnish pro
speed soothing externally odors of fermentingmash year, with a bachelor of tein. vitamin and mineral!
mined Itching oreliefM.t ecjsma. and unusual purchasesof arts degree after three years.Semesters A fruit Juice and coffee break.
minor ra het. skin irritation*, nonrononao containers. are Interspersed with fast
sugar yeast or does not meet the require
nerve ending*Insect.. Kill bite million l)e cmitl/e of sun* Any citizen may contact the readlnx periods to provide max mrnts for a good breakfast.

face germ, *U, 'healing. "De-Itch" nearest department branch of imum flexibility. What Is a good breakfast,
skin' with Zcma,Liquid Ointment. .. Keating ;.ald. Ft. Myers The ground breaking climaxed anyway? Here ore some patterns SPECIALS
Quick relief or your inner back I and Sarasota fjofflcea are the a campaign on tho part all the way from ligh *
Dearest to thli area.i of hundreds ol Sarasota-Dra* to hearty:

._ denton area residents, with the Fruit. cereal or bread milkor
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., help of the United) Church of other beverage.
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:."..t. More than W million Fruit cereal or bread 01 .
I tat been raised so far to make both an egg a beverage. i
Jie educational dream a real-
Arcadia Sale DaysDiscount I tin Fruit cereal or bread or SHOP FAMILY SIZEQP' ,
both. eggs with meat, a beverag
.!'. \ LISTERINELimit I i

Physical Exam Let's take some cf these patterns .r I ,
apart to see what a good I Two
1 0:70: WIDE For Athletes breakfast doe. for you. SUNGLASSES ARCADIA Reg. :

Fruit should always be Inch R.g.
'ded In breakfast to give It $1.98 $1.39 I
This i Tuesday rest and I to help.. regulate the
All LOWE BROTHERS PAINTS' body. Some fruits. especially FIRST I
Physical examinations for citrus, are rich In Vitamin C, 49 89c
5 Super Kemtone & Kem. Glo boys from grades 7 through 12 which Is needed" daily.
.. who expect to participate in
football or Any school athletic Cereals and breed provide .. m.. .. __ __ _.
: All Stepladders. Point RolUrt, Pans, will be bald at the DeSoto protein iron and other minerals .
Bounty Health Department, Itrwas vitamins and frozen en COUPON
Pails Steel l Wool Sandpaper Turpentine announced hr today by ergy. Ban Roll-on

Lins..d Ol.t.Etc.! : Couch Hob Martin. Regular 29c
The Utts will b r given August Without a regular supply of Regular $29.00
I milk In mco.... its hard to get CLEAR FLAMELIGHTER Deodorant
and It
4th at
All PAINT BRUSHES 25% Off .la requested\ that pan.interested. enough calcium an Import- I I G.E. Clock RadioWith '
ooya' be present. The free h..Hh.aamln.A'iOn ant. and mineral the for bones and teeth FLUID ) Limit Two
vitamin rtboflaven.Milk .
will only be givvoat
Extra Heavy Canvas .ls also a good source" of Reg.
2S Students
Reg this (im. nol receiving With Coupon Coupon
DROP CLOTHS $8.95 $7 the exam. who wish top-grade protein. I $1.00 j I
tD participate in athletic ecu-
Jus: and meat, also provide
tlte must then have an examination ht&.h-C\>.... protein. for body 1

Inside LATEX .....-Un.by Mid.roolball their. own phjr 4rtan. foods bulklirut of ,..and...kind repair.are a Building-muatul 5 c 1 5 $14.o

WALL PAINT $2.3'2-39 practice will startat the day's esUruj. One ,or I
the high .*-hoot Kymnauim More should appear In each _
August Ittlt at 7:0o: &.1ft. Stu- Meat _
dents who wish to 'participate I
Superwhito Lot.x, outsld ; In the football pro$r n must ,Nutritionists, say that eating CREST I PODOShave 8"
$43' fee present. a btrd-euted breakfast cr skip I I
II MASONRY Paint '$4.95 ping the whole meal Is a poor I TOOTHPASTE

way to toy to keep your weight I I
School l Board under control Its n far bet I Limit Two Cream Rotating I ,;
Premium Outside t.r plan to eat a gcod' break.I i
R.9. $A-39 fast and learn enough calorie ,
Met I Reg R.g_ ,
WHITE 54.9s arttl\lIwtlc'QUGt.tn to even the out three yourday's I 83c 98c Fan f

I (Continued front pg. UA) meals.. Mare calories than you, I
(to Install craslt" door on alt need for .work or play that'svrfcenr :

w. hay. a Full Stock of Fresh Paint for every e aa.K a safety dunes tneasur.In Xocste school the fat !begins. l j 53 49 ; $3.99 I

at life N rat_ school
UgttU <*
Shade Discount ; !
I Purpose or Color at I II WM the oent lame. end alter J.. .
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|M *ln* a Motion made by Joe u __ 1
Prices Buring Moltatncd. CorwwUy wa u* ? ? ? ? ? ?

I su.sekd to IcxtsU ...s..q_.. I IL
... ARCADIA SALE DAYS light that. summer. ( ..tntlwed. from pare 1-A>>> ,
J ConrvcUy' was else .Instsurtwt h e u n'dog aeev.mswadauagtytiewa..ver ARCADIA DRUG
I to' supervise Ute twsnttgot down tAU garbage can STORE

II Ut. M.ooUltOcUuw boteony ..*. tfctt, W ad a aojMU block 1
I PAINT andFURNACES in tn*.ecIIoueI ., on ..Un .'" luwtle (tt*old feoot at Ic4-; :
CROW cool e4 V3M. port. 01 .-h) Iit7aeerl east i boy walkang downtrt t 'hi The Heart Of ArcaAV
*aJ be regained vis* sat *.*,with a fallen percfcedj :

I asatat 1.'TUeoe. en Ma snouMer Ftvo. Msact
Vil2 repairs.. are an Hitarfs herued. ( aim loch tall MM trylstg i 6 S. DeSete .A vet
: West Oak Street. WA 9-2321 f befoe aioli ( A.- *. get **. .. .ari WA SU914A 1
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Published Every/' Thursday DIAL WA 8-3501 TO PLACE CLASSIFIED AD .

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Arcadia Florida ,
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Classified: 5 cents per word. Minimum chare $1.00. :
Display Advertising In classified section: $ "8 per balancing machine. John *j rO. OoSOrO COUNTY. fkORIDAIM IM rROSATI 55.15., ._ The....DSuto.... County. Board of CUMImn .
will receive
'" bid fur
column inch. Minimum size I ? CMANCtYCASf N Iii ESTATE or SAIL. Of SUI4.BIMCS ana
accepted-on* Inch. Beam wheel alignment machine 081STNEARLY now JS pound combmotion
ITO I I fOR alesSeoMA wotrmrrotrocror -
Boat. Motor and trailer MANNALCF WMIOOtl-4 "Ie .Wlfo. .. M IUCHAItOON.I ALL CRtOITORS AND PtRSOMlNAYIM4 bKtt will bo rocorood ot tho I II .. for ute m watrtma umtorme
AU classified cash with order unless Advertiser .... WHIO ,' .. and lines. on Augurs t I1 I. 1964. .t
and MAIWKI K>.nr tt CLAIMS OR OfMAMOS Slot. '
C-2 wrecker on 10 ton truck. Sad I I -rIg; ; : IO o clock A. M. County Court House.
has established account with The Arcadian. > MVCRlY WMIOOCM.ti wr AGAINST SAID CSTATIl Yard ot I : A.I'I Arcadia. rladU.tpalfkoInns .
Electric mimeograph machine. I ;.,Nw.f.:, RotKjonc* unknown I RONALD "ICHAItDSON.I Yew and each of you ore narnbytottfiadl 1964or trm I ;
condition. YOU ARE MlRfBY NOTtFtflO t...f Colt.0.MU,1 and roulrtl. to prserrsl any lona.rn*.dod. Sod bui IM.1qs0: bolocatod I : o* follow
Deadline for Classified Ads. Wednesday 9-OO am.a All items are In A-l THE COMMiCUCUT MUTUAL Urt NOTICE Of SUIT .15a.w ono drnrrdIS aMM you, orOoSota 5S.wrM a ee0'oh.1I.d, 5ukwq055 Eouul or equivalent. fa,
FRANK CLINE TRACTOR INSURANCE COMPANY a roreigncort I TCk' MONAIO HICHAROMJN o you. nay 1 w at itt>t. Road Camp Wmt I It :25 pound combination wool-.,-
Classified set in eight point type. Average 48 words SERVICE. 38tfc I >oration having ftlod M* Inn Court fioik' 33. Lot 43. .= :. MARY SHARPS: 0.as.d .- tno Pooxt Rlvor and r4orttt all I II e..roc....; ttamikM. steal cylindor.
Trailer I...... blo .t sew 'Nw ratoRoarlO. and tub .,
I is wo per Inch. turn and porpato of wnicH M to fan.. j Bov Orlv* :e.wwr Jyep. : County I /10'1__...... I.gad'N' ors alkali/ n> 1ft contact with) woihori
THE amazing Blue Lustre will ck.N. fnat cota nHirtaag* aafeMtedi I Moixit.-o C.lunry, PlorMa' kv.h.. .I ha : 'IC o tn tnoouio :1 c* Box number charge 25 cents extra. If replies to i by JAMIE i.. WM'DDEN. Q .,.,lOw. and I You ore a........ not>li* leave your upholstery beautifUlly -I I WILLIAM WOMLEY WHIOOCM.WOtHY Camplumt for Oivnrc hen tern ..... der. w/Min ... COI.ndnr mnnlNtram Owtrict Oftico. Borrow.loTHlo.f'Hon worn tomporoturo, oloctianwitch '
be mailed. 50 cents. soft and clean. Rent fleetrie 1 WHIOOCN-' to II-y.I.e. .you m tho Twelfth Judicio taw of tno .... publication of SU1 I or $to.. high and low weeds control ,
I NCCTK.L/T/ MU1OAL Utfl y l e- ol Ftorrttu. lf%. end fnr CoH nit ..... Two conio of oactt claim Rood D.awaeM _...__ 01. ?eve2 inch, arovity: outM
Card of Thanks charged at classified rates. shampooer $1.OO. Arcadia COMPANY o foNHqn OOfBorut I f h ,.da. and you ere roqutro w iloiiiumi call t>*> tn _" _. omitoM two ArcodM, Ptwno WA S-4i/l. Mr for: dnun I H% Inch ovorllow out-
Music-Furniture Store. .c..1.L..n. tr>. .,, oT OetaWr: fa **rv* a copy ol your Aik-wor oam > ttoto tno I... of rovKtoncw and PtoioorTrMt lot, safety out .. balance twirchjand
IV57 tr>... .aGutp 1 ''Q.n' BroM for *' wr.H-n a> tamo it any, to thegfervtunt M t oftico orfclr... eN ctairxomt, P.i>oilri oii| reserves the rtontto r*;vclina. afty dress, marvual >-
44-c an account.no to be Takon. undf* tnolirtcfx MM! upon HtNRY L. WILLrAttomov nd Mall bo ._.. to by .... cMmv. roioct arty or all Did and to contror. for manual eporolion. -
.n ol the Court toe wnafdue M O. for ...._..., onixr 5.1 .sra. a5Nmev and aeeenwonedy aOIva NCh.5aOI arat a. nay b. V Barf drive. enclosed for
: bedroom fno r>.tCMr>nft for annclaal, end toNal 5 ? atklrok* .. P. O Bon 3..,42JMNMota. '. tilmQ too .. one dolls and. otoo-t 5.... far trio tntorott* oftn Votrtv _.... boarma* lubrrcanxl >
rOR :SALE 1-2 and :3 I
on ...... fnortDaao and mertaap* riarHia C"whMOf.. anomalyni Ash claim or UomonU not to ftlod $'0'. for llr*; oitroct tpm UMMK!
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT trailcrK. $3995 and up. note and fir ttvr coatk. chora anoe "t witnj 0.0 rHo OOMCfMrt loll *be 'M Riant of Way DlvtalonPro shouts h* ot InMt 4OO RPM ;
I on or tM for tr> ISth Oav NAt HORSES SHAIPSTTiPI] iortiot "A4IG,4't .5.0. _eel 49
> .neluc. *"ia otromov feat Oldab.lto.t PM 30 Inert
FOR SALE New. Maw.d toed. to choose toot and irtot. m delauM. altuch .euM, ,1954, a : Derr. Pro Conauaintt A.. o.r>cut FOR RENT-Furnlahed apart- from. Best ott.r for your tradein. pov mont. Itle ,""'..... ettato.claim. .Oslo writ. M entaar. you for and T tt tno r. ...f ilomijnd vl m toHl Convlamand MARY SHARPtTttKI. d.CeoWd ... ... I N
R SALE 8 lots located at ments. Private bath. Couplesonly Barkleys Mobile. Homes. don onU end aquity ef i *=- JuryI42JJO. -- ----- -- equal. '110 H. ..
tho taut proceed eo parro ol I o4NOTtCI
tane/ tn* Ofnuon*t and all f>orton
Submi twlw5 .....
|Nocatee. For additional in. 2 blocks from downtown. Highway 17 N. Phone PR 2- by, rnrx ,, TNT CIRCUIT COURT Of INS I tit Board of CounMarryd
claiming .ehwn. WITNESS ... ty C: _....._ P. O. 110. '
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lation contact George: Procr. AU utilities furnished. $50 per Wauchula. Eta.28tic ",: -' N dMC hand anrl oo of Sole TWILfTN JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT Of I Arcadia Ror.Iw. The Pond 407..
1241. tolutol* borrnt o..t. .tlCloMd | Court rnw IJth Day of July. Io4Li 11.0R50AN AND fOO. OfSOTOCOUNT ewva
Proctor's Grocery, XMocatce. month. Phone WA 8-4795 or .a boina filotl 1 m Hw Circuit Court lit Arcadtu. PL'.1a. THo DoSoto County Boanl. of .Com.mit *. IM CMAMCIB.TCOM :the.Mz1' ; W a 'wsf M yecc5ol ..

[orida. WA 92331. 24-tfc FOR SALE 1 new 12 foot Q' tno T_.,(m Jwl..iai.. Circuit: rn ..SlAL, St II I. AVANT ion rt will 5.C1hw.5.4. wnrtonMte M.. IS.JS4' CUAL

43... p FOR RENT plywood boat. 1 new 4 horrorpower .nnel.d od: ,tor t'tOo Coylnry. ICY, .n? M y glorh Sv ALPHA Nw IN t.ltofGltA. A.. M on on Auautt.tno follow II.ma l..oouipmont 4 .. IOJO: IDWARD Plaintiff a ,Mirx. 101111: OP COUNTY COUNTY L o-'otU"--: :
-Efficiency apart- motor both for $120. LIFE INSRANCl CUMPAMY.corporation $55550" N D. 0-an..,. C5.
furnished. Also Pier tf. venue. AIIHI'Dt..bt N1[ IVA .. SEIDL.I
ment duplex
w. .
ClASSIfllD DisplayJOHN Seer
See Dave Hayes Grocery. Ar. \ "dow WILLIAM WCMI- LI(WIIIIFOOOCwcuN Court On four yltndor oooatmo onolnoPOCltKO Dtnitnr.t toy
furnished or unfurnished. Inquire cadia. ( a iia r W I5.c/ae and ens dace..r.. 1w NOTICE Of SUIT July. 30 A.... .. 144
601 N. :Monroe or call WHIDfXN I and NJLt) r r> wwi Od P. O. Ikw 2'941' 55.0155 HrnpsSOON >- TO- IVA It. MICH.Yu .
PARKER 43.44cCLAISIPIID w.... ROBERT EARLY VSMINAMNAIEC IDOt: ana :::." t 15.5111. 55515. .:: N.. Oion 31 nor *- oro hrrooy notified that a ---- --
WA 8-8755. WHIOTEKI. nit wlf/ -, MCMon r PbsNd/ Complaint far Divorce has boon filo. l laoomtt
.r O onof. two Mod
: ).., t1. .. 4 1915 P5..e
30. ,
F REALTORHOMES 4J-44-45.48p DtSPLA Yj AID MAURICE WHIOOtN MV v n. __ ....... rod r.er.ahl. 12 volt you ond you or* roauwoilt RADIATOR
WHIOOEN. tin wife. MINU1I < torve a copy *r your .,.wr crPleoxlma
MAID, bottory, ----. .tar M. tnoorm. > .
CROVff COePORAflON anilr IN TNT CIKCUIT' COW'T Of TNT to rteo Complaint on trio
GROVE FOR RENT Newly dtcorJtert tern IDA .RfvtNUf c1N MsoP4., Oft TWILfTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of' oil Bfowuro oouoo. hoot' m. plaintiff'* attorney. Dowse C. Hallo-
GRAVELY RIDING' ..n.,:anr.. b.."*0 Cnancvry c'c"t..n Pt.to .-I /LO41DAN AND. IOU OttOTOCOWMTV. _....., toxnomolor, undMtlunamutflor Ten. P. O Bo. 103.*. Arcadia ftortata. .
r RANCHES 3 room furnished apartment MOWERS tMi-(lo unt c. .Jl1rlgaar. IN CHANCIHT brakes. ... loanor', aolu > and filo th* orioinol Ancwor or CLEANINGand
Corner for rent. Adults only. P ..... Lovoo m ; tallQvina. tI..1.b.p NO. letltNOIK.I > 0.0 t witn bark rot frontwnool Pleading ..nh.. *lfMO of tno Clorkof .
/ or I looO, (y.na aid lauv5. 1ft 051514 Of rOHICLWtUMI SAlltAJI woiont*. o OO .. IaLreal tr>o Circuit C .. I
.East Oak and North OsSot.Arcadia I .25 00 per month. Phone WA j The Gravely Can Take It County "'.,..rto. to.wit Mivtf. SAWINUS BANK. a !.-. IJ JS 4 pry roor tirov .... Jl.t day. .. A.rpw11904' I"I
Ph. WA 8-MJ1 tl-1291. rMOMt SKAOINTOM yss-Jie fAKCIL "0. tAll Hue. York corvorotion.vJlAOY is.pa- tMtcrt .witn live nyotoulu you faa to da M, (uilarnont *.>y rlofault >

32 tic GROUNDS EQUIPMENT C. I ,,,, part of '4 ofor PWMId1. Orolt control ond rock Pat dd.moran1d. oaamif 04C. for. .
I t14. :,.. ar bmngut'lk tJ Mart. tatialivor. ,twmotoo draw tho. tn ,. '
G read nu............. .ofSehon V Lit and VILLA P. Ute bar, P. TO. frammn on or mdoaontiontly ...wdDIN1. f' REPAIRINGGUARANTEED
R SALE -Repossession Sale OR HEirr Duplex. 530 ... "'* wile. drr..on, inmountocilo AND ORDfRfO at ArcorMn.
9. tUanM.p 3b au ......tGA.. .... ......... ..... 2115. 4.v .. July 1954lISL11
2 Bedroom frame home. $$0 OlorU Ave. Arcadia.: $45.OUper USED AUTO PARTS Coo Ron**.L2.N to.'?2sae NCmCt IS HIRISY GIVEN pun rent 4. to w.15./* incrw*. lou wooit ehaw tran nw.5l. lM.A....'. Clack.List. \ .

wn. $50 a month. Ton years monlh. NE 9-3386 Punta erasure starters, tuna, l. uvs. to a fI= Oricrvo, foroclMur" mlawn ......., allmseI 5. d wM4 ... C.w/y Pkek1
nw.q at tV lestaO.NI July -. IV44 oml onrorot.vry .
pay. U S. Finance Co. P. O. tJjrda or Quessi Pierce. High engines transmissions. Save on c_..... or 5550 Nor/P.os ;a0.I oft Con Mo, ,IMJJ 5no 1 I' rrulo par naur. (wall Iul.HIP.l' :
17. Route 1 Uox 318: auto. parts. Also used cars and a* the 1C<<'4 d S.cMV.; d. drool Court of rXo Towtttn Judwio.S.BBUM Ono rtoavy duty" typo rotwryroor D-puly ale.
Jacksonville Fla
x 1225. 1. way row JS :.v...tr>. .....,. V4 (: ... and for 0...... Count: *. ewas ....'". 3 Poa Mhh. rag ,Lewlf r M..S.oaP. WORK:
all CoUect Phil Black 359- Punta Corda. Florida. trucks. BONO USLD AUTO and running > W.> rlfMda.! -..... EAST HIVtR/ AVlr 50050. 05.555 I ....... kwn.wNd t_. 0. ..w IOJArcodio. .
41 41. 42. 43. 44-p 1 i'AHTS. 1 mile South of Ar- laf (in* .f 55.1 5.71wa'f'...rtn 1 m LANK. 0 Nw Yak corporation. crtoxn. ._ and maln..n florirtnAttornoy
: I oVor_. 40 minuta* t.'t 39alona : a._ HaiBtilf. and ORAOY V lit orwVMLA woxlnt ofM ___. CuttinaWKlttt tor ftamitff ..
444Sc --- .adia: on U.s. 17. Phone WA fat 5. thew"J: hr. f S f> i-tl. ..., el.. or* Dotendonf not .lou tHan S foot. and Jury 30. Aua.. *.| .3O, ,IN4 "
FOR RENT Cottage f.r rent S-4381. 55555555 e.role 11wSfsold ', I will M-ll fa tr<* tMoHott ond Nip clutcn.AddroM Pick Up and Delivery I ;
CLAUI'IID DISPLAY 00.1 "Nurgh Sv all utilities farnUhed. CaU 30.Uc rnmut- wm ntawt tu a tone* twor .. t*.. o. ... County bodIo to. Board o* County w
vVA 8-" OI after five call WA -. --- totim at an ...rtw>t m rooK CeurrriouM City Arcadia, C.rrw..a.rws. P. O. .... 40', Arc.. -
CtAtllflfD OrtMATTBACTO -- q..r.e tn. tttc*> -.... immutM of :OM'::: of MOO .... P......... VOUH'll IFaV1LL MEYERRADIATOR

J7971. d.g0 I 1ooo:, WMbouooory AAM.1on HieD. e.055.Wv of Auau rise >.ard ._ tno tlqnt to ...
: :
38 -tf- Tian ar-7. 0. Nn.. rH ..904. IMN5aa. deor.had. prw.a opt or f.r.*t any or all ....... YOUR SERVICE 1
'lie twa.akty
o* **l fact m *o..l fnol o.c'_. to
I W. ,.- .... 0-._, 1.a.r.e. 15.. South youn.lOryN 'SAl)
OK H1.6iTJl completely -- bastes /s. pMa. is Nh.1 sod krh ..:I" ,Ii. Soud.w.a .5C5., 1)' ...... P. ROwI .4.adl BOARD Of COUNTY COMMISltONCRtMVOTO :!' 1 Slack. North of 4
furnished. Adults only -. tam ... 51w of 0. S1i41: vSsN.ti City N Ar<<_. o. ; COUNTY GO0'READ : Oak nidge Cemetery ,

No- .P'eta. WA 8-78C1. I a.. tort* I :;C.w.N'.t. $vtona, 1 dep'.e.ih forty 11 Mwi (.y. :-;:/;. Neanl.d: .. H O. Our our. CL.5ernwesry1
32.tfc I | .ND.*. OIL COMPANY (..4 < I.., ,a.'ok". ...... .. .Offs N MrMy of PMk>.-. P.rf IK Rocurdt 55 of 50.1 Doior 15A I W. '....* ....._" FAR THE ADS I PHONE' WA9.1341 i
NE' f rho St'.. Mw4c1 NfHTl County. PtorfcfctDAIlO July JOAwa *. l 5944
--- DeeaSe .
sale Merw.e"- / uaantM O minwnr* fakf III.. 241" day of J"'y. l.*4 -- -' -- -- ---- ,
Unfurnished tf- -
FOR RENT alma North tin* o f In* forty (MALI.
o you want a home with house. Call WA 9.1682. I IJJ'f: *wt >. tn. 0Mnt ef 1s. l/till If I AVANT. '
yard full of beautiful Oak I awvuno. all' londi CIIRa (10.COST COUW1couNiY
eest Cloee to School. 43'tfc I FOR SALE-Used Oas RangesIn I e part of |H 54Pd./d N rK. WV: Otioro T ,

Condition. DeSoto Nsod1ati9. HOO.IDA. ffc... Custom
Good *> .. MadeDRAP.ERLES.
lice' neighborhood. More I I I4501. 1 rARciL. NO. a BY ALfHlA INtlMINCfHJut.
FOR RENT Small upstairs Gas Phone WAlnut
I. A modern 3 bedroom Cocnpfiny. it of !.. NI t at J-clwn 9. ('"sntty Ctacf >k
lock home with a ftulUHnehen. apartment. Private entrance. '- 51-lfc TowrwHip: ). Viutn R.no* J4IOM 30. 'H4

Price $98OO.OO. I 4O2 N. Orange Avenue. If Interested taM. aril. ..<... rnBl, .,.,... -
Iwo ttMTV I <)M nth small down paymentand call WA 8.1881. FOUND C ....m.rai.p nt tn. NwnwattC .lUMI.IN 'H'otstlto Coolly 0' TNI, COUNTY LoaloA" ---

balance like rent. 41 tic: i rrvr if IMJ It' ..fNC Ili /N 1105A11 COUNTY.

dI f FOUND Ladles wrist watchin 4 on.1 .un Mjtn. erayr. thv: IN Bfl. IITAtl' O*
I 5..rn la. III i ** th.r a
J Jarrett FOR RENT Mew.avollabla.acactt downtown Arcadia. W1) run : ........ "".. mCHAtU. PAUL fIHO.ll
I Hamilton T-> 'W4. 791
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/ apatloienta. Down- be returned If owner ca n.tJ<*v.tlfy. .- ,..... ANO ffBtONI
ev1+ 5 10 .. :
Redltot ; i. ieM,1 : NAVIWe CLAIM* OIMAMOSA I
town. Summer rat... AIr condi Phono WA 8-1451.- "" I ---. ::3 ,,!!: ... y ........1' SAIO ISTATIlV ,
.. ...... ... ,..... *" Ii 1
J root WA .11 .. .
ooxK at tioron
=: roc; 7I/f/:!. onrt ye5 e *
tioned. Detioto. 2ot .
Apartments. y .I.44Dc i
0e"/-.4 .... ...used .. ...- ..r0.I1w. '
A N DDWD laITY AwMIW. W. Oak St. 24-tfe 'U-,..1.S. Mpg'the. ,_.rourfhr. : ..tol.......- ..erad d.1. anon ea. a Top Quality WorkReasonable

LEGAL NOTICE I d.rV .. .54 ... ." /OS leN 0 0>.*. : !J j
WANTED to trio point of liopinniouABCIk .
: ; CauNV _
SALE Furnished rM TNt COVBT Of THE COUNTY I NO. 4of County eo.1.addp1w..1oGI5.wC.1...
c.w.t N M. Nw0wNIwrw floras*, tfw courlHcuoo '
WANTED TO BUY Tract 10003 W4 AND fOe Ot OTO .
ern 2 bedroom home Ideal- COUNTY lOO.tOA IM TMf MATTIBO 00 \W'.I_ .. IM NW of laid County of Ar< of undeveloped acreage 100 *> truce BWSM. fXCIAMONoriCi I \o'<'.u> I lo. 1 .wm>>a> ... JouilHu IMd0.. >,*. *.. -Nvb w.a.rwlea. I'
: located 4 blocks South of to 6OO acres. No brokers please MAT IKlCotm.* MAIHHO I I Mono. 34 fcMf. ..> %uiiman IMrrite N Nw lea. -
rt House for sale It face MfR FINAL OIOOAT WltNTM fho iKlioo' vino "sea I l551 t* .....- 5f MN 0.N"'. T.. In Your Home
Phone Sarasota 924-1309 or ( COUNTY JUOG: IN reoBAFI I I, ttv. at t<.amnMUL, rSontoKTrTTo1 ot 0,5. eke.. 'a .ISoa.aI .15511 I..
Palmetto Street. Quick Ac- write P. O. Box 5584.: Sarasota. MtTIKta.. ANO SMAILSMOflTtY poiry .,>. Ta, ED ...'....SfiubiK :; ..0110.: -=-.r-::.eo-.r: =
Ion desired. Mike Pooeer Ad. Arr.V Dos AM. (Me. ff Paws 5..k..e
Florida Des<<. APPROVING THIS at o rAtMO ,..... of w.... 0'U5. .u'.ono ef 0e 5/115ranG. Ord M.a ... _. DRAPERY .
ilstrator 901 N. IA.. Avt 'OO. AM. OaOt O* flNAX.HOMOMASLI .. .C'. urea I.1.rys.y 1t Se ho ': a1aw/.. ..c-; N11aiwv
: :
Fla. D< *. Ufoof I Nrmisnwd tw.O
u., Arcadia 'w., floe ._ ...
WANTED I. trio imMrwanod AdnMnratrotrlo ofooM to jth* baunrfarV of N d..t1. eM e.5.
SX-tfe / fttoto, novo filod roy fmol roonrfon -eaNnP. ..... ;.t"' d..nd ./R110/e.r, Mw5 t. eON SPECIALTIES .
) my AmimiMtiotam' of tno l.t.t.. '. rum Wool el/M ew toylh WALISI, A..55...
HAVE: OPENING For two 000 A.M I. i,4. I rNI ..... 1w er I I ron -
my '.v.t _5l i'e.' 5awp i cr.:.1.d.we..dPPdf : Call re, free .." ...a'. p. sAeu. 'f tyr

vise Fuller Brush customers In 105.:r-co1c'1& AN- II C IbaA 4.. .. TAM'A'' DMIV' '. CALL COLklCT NA 4t9O ,
tiding with nice apartment. DeSoto Florida. Deal- 1'>4 '. _. .. --I ...oJWW >f ..*. M' tI I ..
go corner lot $87 o.oo orrent H. Go. 1Ot4 .I$ Wyff
;: ml'
., ..
en now making 190 and betterevery Pie Asnn.s. ..... : A.5.IMal.M/a
$80.OO per month. Wai- Jury ..|*-2)-JO. ION week. For particular, .. p..' d .....-..... -- ..
tr'a IV* miles West on Hfghy -- -- ------- --

'70. Good for retired cou. write P. O. Box 708. Sarasotaor ..MOTICI. -TO-Ca10110O1PM. .- ..... Ile.d Tow: ,,.u; *..., **.ry. '*****
ple. Phone 9241422. 41-tfc I .... ...jy --- Irw .. -...- 0w.
... or irorefoje' fho o rv .-. fa*
.aae_ A.mMw.Mern.N .. .
44-t HELP WANTED lnaumacent .w .._ ef HAL S StpStL, no wla.5.' iMrtotl./. fa o t ..eraa .
1 .vAa
-s- d Aa -. c---. wN"
build debit In rgIl. 0M ... ....r
{FOR SALE Lake June Luta to new 0w 11ret Ir hwdd. =:
and around Arcadia. If you -. :;:: .era lift to farm machinery
I .2 :SO ft. $3750.00 each.Tterms. I 1-------
; Sandy Beach Call 110 hold 2-10 license and can : -ofO == ::::..a=asp *"""1w. ='... Big

quality I am !sure you will be ox ofony -) ..
5..635. 0.s .I.e w C-_. At.A. .. ... ... wfp
happy with my offer ,We have //s'LM. ..-"v .. a.wrw ,.. en !!!!!
.L. 44.tfcFDR e._ -..-.. 0.QATIN DAT :: : :
LUe. Accident and Hospital TM .,.$/ rve.lCATM>4 0# "', trust true] to lush An winter near
TT.V o ,
cation Insurance. Write P. O. Tut, roOTTlCIL 7$5
: SALE -New small house i ... .. r or
.eee- .. .. 0.I. be to0.w .
ICBS. Inched porch $82OO. ilex 1063. Lakeland for -- a>M O.M. -. off especially ocry machine on your
ap-I' _. .... ef
point/Trent -or ef''' r..e
Stalker West .. -
1 miles .
..... -.* p .- -. .M r awa N := .:...= N 1 .w farm: need Standard'. Protective
highway. 70. 50. pw -. --. a ha L1a.M5r 4'

UeAY --cwWt ..NtAyiape.T I -5.5 w a..ww You orul -,,. of era >i* aw Luhrk tlon. SUndaurd.ti aU-purpono ,
n-i Mi niMsfc
(Lo.II PAGIAimwb.rn..4 fi
CLAaaLu3 "'"- rw t_ .Neva,. M nw .0to ; aso moving parts % tRli1
Ps-eel MAfoSI ta IMP Greaso protect
STOP/p. .... c-, oft r; 1
1 "-- .. C
.- p..h .e... .r- -, t: >. AKe .._ riorMa .S .s..... ..]1M. ..... from cxceaa wear. Assures long 'N ,
a.vm..de.w .
: a .w w Jwr 1.3130. A.0.a. ., 1154I. I ses u. A..... 1 '
5 Acre Tracts or AMa c. for* *f I. _i ito I I IN. .ry _. 5..a.. 4
< a. or cart H >--ri or P5.4e21. VtMJ Cwat M TNI CO '" c/uy-runnlng peronnanee.hk .
a Mile West of Arcadia. Jest .w.-. oral ,we.4. ossote COVMTT. KreosATt 7.1 :=. :: ::. 0.5 .::. : 551waar.w rj! '
.r --- M ---15 IN 1.neer.. -.r._ ......eI aI UMJ Standard Man to suggest 'I '
.ff .N TO. Law Price .f lUG **-tf* M ... ttTAtt 0UM t ....... .,. ,-.- Pip-oTa-S ,
0 0 f f .... tho can+ And lubricants to kocp p
... Acre with Se all down I t&Cal.rVOes AM. tetOMf .. .e M
::- ; I MA"no. CtAMtt oa *.MA HELP WANTED W'lLiAC
.yeset ....),..,.. tanrto eeOaUas. .......s1 IA5e .n...,., .j It ?: your equipment young!
'honey bouae> ntaoager. Contact Y- 5re 55s ,. -..... J tt .... fUar4: **
.. 'i w.r.hM ... -... a.. Nwer..a.IcNw .,, .
Robert W Saga WA JM21O ,
5 s.4p..rv1r.. yN. IE/ "

Turner Realty Co. t2.. .pLIPPINCOTT =. .4 N r--. -== :: =.' ;.o.u.Z ... STANDARD

C LAt.Hr.o.SAKAf. .4 ..,4 Cr.wr. S. a. eo- J,..e.j. / r1 r1w 5 ,,,,, .,
1ft N. Broward Aye. .4 01L+.. Caw. nPa. we.
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WA .S401 I A .. .w .
=.- :::. ...::, .5'a. Notice M UP-IleaT.ess MK t

ELECTRIC :. -.:.. ::: ::::..::.r':.::=,I ,. r.'I 4,...,..ff swat 5515 eke

4 M1/1 N a.a.,5 ends I Ia IVV toJU better care cfycur equipment
FOR RENT 1 .-- ell .55.5,5 a. a.. ;:: .r; "l...: t
.- .e..r N w t.-5. NM.4 t:::: ....-c..... ,_-. _
FOR RENT tike for cured .... w ....... M w .e .-. fa.-.a .eras M I ....c...' _t.JLm
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coupiov' S x 2r Uallef5th' *d.s Re.Sde.tt.1 aV Co.s.aMICsaet a-.0awe.: s.5.w.. = .eMe.r.r..a H a.: I :::--4--:" r tIsor.:..;:. M e-Ie5 ea

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snonUk. Walker's. 1H snile. 1 Ary LJaaa*.n.JOHNSON'S mI "I. LLC1sAe / 5541...1.. .1 ........- ,
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West m Highway 7.. I t-
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Trimmed .. Surgery

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.... .... ...-. Mary FowHffor Pcrtonol Attention for Syr.yam

ALL WORK GUARANTEED Y M., //Und.r9.it.n.. Chttd; ,.... .

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6-A THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida Thur-day July 30, 19G4 .
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Bond'.r-- _.. _",..,-_ '" u..._ ,,_. _. ,_ ___ _'. Fair Exhibits: Student Exchange

Savings jf Moves CloserTALLAHASSEE.
Idea .ltJl
\ ,
Sales I Decrcqsc ".f'7': 'Big Thrill Old Picture
4 :-' .'mer Mystery (FNS) -
1t Florida has moved a step closerto
In Past For AH Agos It implementing. the Florida-
Alliance with
Columbia mutual -
County purchase of The man in the
and informal
Fabulous Florida with its agreement
;., Savings Bonds were 18.4 per- fancy striped shirt and
fr many attractions set in a tropical commitments aimed at openIng -
"Scept .lower f r th e twelveSmonthj tie
bow wasborn
wonderland offers fun and natty a student exchange program
period encUng June 30, excitement for the entire-'tam: : M\ v 114.. 1887 within the next six
.21984 .th' n If.l'"the; same period sly abe Wire's Fate in Orlando. and ,came months says Florida Secretaryof
"in here LW
1063. it was reported: Adams.
Arcadia child. State Tom
ty located on more than thr.ee as a
this. week. + acres, beautifully' landscapedwith lie was married in All Columbia universitieshave
Sales ending the 12-months r tropical trees, plants and October 1919 and is agreed to accept selected
period for 1864 showed $94,962 flowers, the Florida< Exhibit the father) of five Florida students tuition free
almost. the similar period of t dominates the Lake' Artiuse- children. He was and formal tuition: waivers for
the previous year that showed Colombian students to Florida
meat Area with the IlO-tfoot-
about 25 when this
'H. l1.T&.tal high colorful Citrus Tower and junior' colleges and universities -
salts iq the county forc ,/ M'IM :; five hundred feet of lakeCront. picture was made. is expected to be .grantedsoon.
'the month of June 1964. was ; Continuous entertainment Is Read the clues care-, .
)M,.33. However, the picture the keynote of the Exhibit. fully and It you can The agreements were reached :
i ayer> the state .showed that the identify the Mystery during a visit to Florida by
Th. show stopper of the Pavilion
June sales this year were hlgher Man, write his name several Colombian public and
K r Is the thrilling live porpoise officials.
,- than in 1963..Across and yours on a postal educational
show, first at
ever seen in the junior cot.
First step
the nation the pic and mail to The Ar
: a World's Fair and the moat exchange wQl
A t..,.. was somewhat better The popular attraction at the New cadian. You mays bit lege bring two Colombia program Instructors -
combined figure of E. and IIi. York World's Fair. the winner of a three- to the Dade and St. Petersburg

Bonds was' an Improvement of At the Porpoise Stadium, months subscription to junior colleges to teach
? ly.B percent over 1983, and of the
v f T 07. people of all ages delight in paper. Spanish.The .
the best June record: In eight the antics of Happy, Smokey, University of Florida

v years. Skyrocket. Elvis and Bumpy will have a fellowship for one
who sine, dance play basket- FINAL CLUE Colombian student in the fall.
I .. ball throw oranges and per. The University of Miami will
Conner / form other incredible feats. "A farmer at heart, he worked for years several graduate students
Doyle accept -
'. i ;: : :i ..' The Florida Exhibit a mu.tfor To'box" away the season; In its school of medicine:
Elected Head : 1fif'J ,: camera fans, also features' and"both Florida State and University -
rNe Hialeah flamingos, a Miracle His home today is a pretty sight. of South' Florida have
Florida Commissioner of Strip Beach, for the Sunshine expressed interest in the exchange -

Agriculture Doyle Conner was ,v.., : --If\'n,.. ,,, ..., ; ;' ,:! State's bathing beauties, bicq. And his hobby is the reason. program.
of the South ,,' .' ""jlt""I'Y'J: / ).\ I de trained seals
elected president : 't'i' ; riding parrots

era burg Association of Miss.Agriculture, on the of Commissioners final In I Vlcfcj-day of-. .... ; :: .ji :; 31. 'lt''I': : glades.In and alligators the. center from of the the spacious Ever- Construction.- forgive The kindest and forget.are those whc.;{

I I the Ing.During organization's the past. annual year Conner meet- : r ;: #I ; 1!: :;! i''> scented is main a multUmilllon exhibition with orange ball dollar,blossoms sweetly cultural Lending

has served as the association'svice liiin'Isis art display owned by private -

president. He has also ., ..' collectors living in Florida Ahead Of Record PaceOrlando
\ '
N Nf
Ij ''' \ ''.'.'. '
been the ,SACA's ..eerelarrtre..urel' :< ', :', \tf-: "' ..1'' / ;. (
and an' executive "". 'o'.'!..,;, .. ..f'' i'\\'. "''"."'. ,#/-. ;:' :,... ..;, and by museums in the state. 1

comp1 of the Na- : ': ::1i; : :.." "Ib"I't i:: : ; >]: 'r\; :, p The hall also houses displays -
: \ ; ; \ (Special Nrw
Association .: \ : ; r, of many Florida cities )- construction Total savings Increased In
tlon.l of State Departments ,. ,. ,: ,.,. .,. .,
,J!( .. # "! ', ..,.'.. '';'''fI'' if?' M." and counties which present the lending by the 132 May by $40,843,000.eompared
Agriculture. ; .f. ; < I. .) \': 'i.- ; most attractive parts of their savings and loan associations: in to 39414.000 Increase in May
The SACA. which represents .. ., .. Florida
during the first five
i' 14 southern states. Is one of 'l ", .... (O'". ,: Jj'// -:........ ,:' communities.: months of 1964 totaled $143,933- 1963. May's Increase was a
} : .84'1 #\, good recovery from Aprll's'decrease
\ .
four regional associations which ')(., : \ .. ,', .
.', '4\t"iI\\" ; \ : 000 which Is $15 million more in savings of $3.016.000.
make the NASDA. Its main s '
up -
1 4 purpose is &to work on current ;. V. Kiwanis Heors that that recorded for the same As of May 31, 1964. total savings
period last year. In 1903 new in Florida's associations:
and future problems in agriculture -
Chamber Work construction lending was at an amounted to $4,409,847,000.Conservation .
special emphasispa .
will ,
all'time record high of $341
Inspection and regulatoryprocedures.
John Daniels. secretary man 612.0OO.
I ager of the newly organized This Information was released
As president of SACA Con- Camp
DeSoto County Chamber of 'recently: by William Hussey
will leadership and For Girls
ne* PlannedGirls
Commerce, outlined the Chamber executive vice president of the
act as' coordinator for south.em
work and recent Florida Savings and Loan League
Stts.. ) Departments of AIt'IWIt"'U4 program can be good fishermenand
accomplishment of the chamber who also reported that i
\ said one of the major an asset rather than a
for the Arcadia Kiwanis this record amount of new construction
projects during the coming nuisance on. fishing trip
last week. financing in 1964 has
i ,year will be setting up a SOFTBALL. WINNCIlS: Pictured ice; J, C. White and Curtiss Drantley accounted for the financing of when they are properly Intro- modern 2-ln-l
model law for Stat. Deport.jnente The Chamber of Commerce duced to the arts and skillsof NOFROSTeleclric
above are the winners of trophies representing Hrantley's Gulf Service. 10.314: new dwelling units. .
of Agriculture within executive praised the club fishing and boating. Two
trw association.RUMMAGE. presented by the DeSoto SoftballAsaoQiation IJelow, Irvin Forclham. moist home members for their efforts in Commenting on the continued hundred girls will receive such
i. July 21. In the top picture runs; Wlssle Dyat. recipient of the the Rodeo promotion last month Increase In construction: tie Instructions at the- Florida

t' I aN sponsors. the two top Hobby Cox( Sportsmanship award; and also pointed out. a numberof nancing. Mr. Hussey said. This Youth, Conservation Camp. this
SALE teams and the team captains. Left and J, C. White leading pitcher in other areas whore Intensive suggests that the backlog of un- year.
to right are Junior Deer. and Jim lUnut the league. group efforts would help local sold the Florida houses which hat plagued The Youth Conservation refrigeratorfreezer! -.
The women of the Prssbyterlan representing Johnson' Grove Serv- community: development. housing market for Camp operated by the Oame
'the few
church will have a Rummage past years must be returning and fresh Water Fish Commission -
Sal. Saturday, August 1. .. to normal and the outlook will be open for a \
The sale will start at. AtOO, for another record year pedal girls only campingseaaie
A. M. and will be held In \h:- ,Fi n-l Show Gain Over last Y. ; In. horn." construction: LXooksjgood. .' August 2 through 15.. holds_ev.lrylj lna ie
Masonic Tempi on North Monroe r ortgages Sixty vacanies for girls aged -except frosix '
Following a which
Avenue, next door to the year saw 10 through 16 years still remain
Presbyterian church building1.WThWnSRHEUMATlSM. total lending volume surpass open at the, cam,. Girls 1M lue.ppflan Jn/at
I $1 billion the savings and loan
: Florid*"farm-, grove and ranch of these funds borrowed by representing Slt.42B.OOO. The "The level of farm mortgage associations in may attend either the one or
/ Into mart a*gas recordrdduring Florida farmers was ProductIon : Federal Land Hank System debt of all types In Florida 9m the! way to Florida surpassing are well this both weeks of the special .... ;:::::
I !I..t year came to 71. Credit Associations which loaned 15 per cent or 10,715,' stood at 139X379.000 In 1963 record. As of the end tioruParents .
Do claims and. double" Ulti'miii. of
4 rou doubt ,you 1'1. get ear diet, 434.0OO) a' fain of I 19 per rent loaned $27.B IO.OOO, or 39 |... 000; commercial banks loaned January of last year a 22 percent May total lending volume am- of clr..wlahm. to a.at. .... .. ,.ae I .._
1 front arthritic and. rhrunutk MintP, over the previous year <<'Om'p"td rent of the total. Nationallythese 13 per cent, or 9287000. Insurance gain over IM2 comparedwith attend this session should apply -,
Get too STAN BACK tablets oc Se wittIT, per cent natlonal Associations<< loaned only com panic* handled $5 a .9 per cent national in- compared. ; directly to Youth Conservation FLORIDA POWER ft LIGHT CO.M4 .
STANBACK powJ.n. u r si'JinctIf Increase, the Florida State 0 per cent of the total."Another million of the annual total. and crease. Of the Florida total period last Camp. 2520 K. Silver *>*. .me M. -M
I .... yeN do not pt relief fcturs the Chamber of Commerce reported lending source of the balance $7,143.000. came Insurance companies held the year Springs Blvd.. Ocala: Florida. .
1 i IIMIM | part aced J four punrtiate. "price In Its weekly Duslnewi Re farm mortgage funds In the from theFarmers Home Administration largest amount. $111X323.000. up I..
CaniMUjr, view released recently: state wa Individuals who loaned and miscellaneous 28 per rent. The IVderal Land
rl..aJ.k I Bank held $40.319,000. upIS t Looking' .For. LowCostD.p.ndabTransportation/ ?
.. _The_principal. _single!.-, ::.source_ _____18_. .per__.__cent.__ 01.the- .. __ total.o...sources___u_ ________..__ ___ I per cent: commercial banks r .' .
-- $34.939.000! up 20 per cent: NNutt
- Farmer Home Administration 1

$19.683.000. up per cent, and
Individuate and misceUaneous:
together held $194,119.000, up
22 per cent.

"In 195O Florida farm mortgage -

debt outstanding represented __ !t
7 pee cent of the valueof
tt / farm land and buildings; 74 '
\ per cent In 194K and.9X7 percent ARC.ADIA. )| Motor Co. Inc.
In 1 IM3. Each
figure was
lasso. coanat 1Aeta a trN 1 221 W. Magnolia
USE YOUR CREDIT 1 leas than 51095 s95 proportion.**

I I II 1962 Buick ,Well now S1895
Tbe Na.*. most unusual' S219S
I oceanographle research vessel..

1 g j "- Spar, was. launched recently R & Htr. PS PB WSW this one is ,really loaded
I.' A.r.) Jet1er.1 Shipyards
In Jacksonville.: The ...*..

\ end acoustics Iooka and like acts research a cigar as a platform underwater standing for on 1961 Buick ,;&; now 1695

R & Htr. PS PB WSW
America Airlines Is new
I offering passengers a. package
,.I oC Ui-rUgat .......W-.. tar

klr eluding stereophonic movies.saiarie., television. and 1961 Corvair : Wos now995PC

I 1095

cicada IAC Mtoe R & Htr. WSW a real buy
-' Nett asttt

: 3 39 95 S 39t' 95 CHICKENASKET *

1960 Fakon &: now 195

MlXN/ MATCN 10 Suif Your l3txl9.f'

01n 63995 front This Solid 0.1 Open Stock Correction ItU04Nt S 93
39 Many miles off economies! drivht, in. this one

I two) $eINOt5 0101 41. D01tSs110'1111 'Ak' ($591

-. ,3995 $3 995 1. hearty ot Gob Aawrka tiffing $1 1 .00 1959 Chevrolet *. Wagon Save

the .... (..)e' aa J Oak.
r e. ,dhurn.trlarltsity.rsaet ..,...c-e run
7'I crooad a a.saNeti V-* PG Two-tone point WSW nol n c.
I f ,- mT1wt tat i inOi ia\ul. WMI fit n>** f ,saactty. aiuun.l the watt. gte cwt i I Wit Slew ft forotoaf
n''r ... "raahtA.es tosttaagini.Ciaf1.M f 1958

ttntctimt .throughout.1UJ flnkli Ejr. .ktraH.aualrh w I *Hen'- Otds *W 98 Save

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Arcadia Sale Days I -.-

: F,J WEEKLEY Fu FURNITURE .CO., I! PINE POINT 1963 Chevrolet J toll

J Open Friday end Saturday Nights Until 7:00: p. m. _' RESTAURANT

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TOE ORCADIAN Arcadia.: Florida Thursday July SO. 1964 .- T-JIt

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who died July 27th at a Lake- Home in charge- of -arrange-. Represent V F W LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICEIN tEG NOTICE .... LEGAL NOTICE!

land Hospital i&ents. At In" ''' #
District .
.- Air Marsh was born May Sons and grandsons: tv rEd ; TMC CIRCUIT COUS.T Of TNt TWtLVTM JOB4CIAL b .cVIT. U4 ANBfO Netite ei. .ie ce.e nalerow. '.i"urns r.r1TL1 .

1383 m Cambridge Ohio and as pallbearers.. They were Cody Winter Haven' OfSOTO COUNTY. noal A., IM CMAMCIHT. HO. 1OI1 MO...A6I1. v5A.:1 aa/1/cN 1L.
:iTV Of ARCADIA .11Nf A_ elNia. Ala/fsae ...,, ...
Deering. Robert Deering. a municipal
came to Arcadia 13 years: ago Deeruig. Robert Deering, M.ldn.Jo J wporal..n o. t Stote o' '.Ida. artNe.Affi ,
from East Ralph ; Post Quartermaster ,
Liverpool Ohio P..f' 1'\.e.'\ ... Nor. .
MICHAEL CARL CROSS Richard Zdarsn O. L. Brown n.on and Auxiliary Secre "L .aa.on S'MY .,.. .

where he had been a commercial and Fred! Wells.Officiating tary-Treasurer Mabel Johnson NOTICC FOAfCUMUJtl w.........:. .. w. 1 I loos Sy' -. ;
Funeral services were held artist minister was Ernest represented Ue Veteran of e* TAX ANO SCCALssgisiaeNr I -. _.- ......Ma ......t ): OI

'Tuesday; July 28, at the graveside He is survived by his wife. Potter. Foreign War Peace River Pos. :UTA'N' LAND& UPON W"'CH TAXIS AND* LIENS .or-_ an/ANWI.foe _,_. .....504... I.f: .. .U.
for Michael Carl Cross Mrs .Bell Marsh, of Arcadia. 2824 at the quarterly irteetinj I'PI'AL 1 ASStSSMINT llfNS ARE OIUNOuI'NT. 1 -. -.... C : :; ..
Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. LOUISE C. ltEA TliFun..al .NO A.AlrflT. T"I HOUE1t 01 n.1 WtCORD H.jo'r, t 1311
aid his children.: George Junior held In the VFW Fourth Dlstrict lltf. ,...;IRTGAGf"NS. : AND MER'" ., :... : :
Horace Cross Jr.. who died of U lford. (ho; Mrs Thai in Winter Haven on July ARCIISnOF' H., THIE 1Itt[INAityiCPlDe, Ii' OR I ": .::1 :
July 25th at Arcadia General services were held LAND 1.10. A. W.eILCNRbtssun
HospitaL Rev. R. L, ma Kessler Zanesville. Ohio; July\, 2*th at the RoborU-Grn: 26th.A. D.setJu tlaJ l O5VMlt- ...L,1. altyy.r
Hayes officiated Richard C. Marsh of Lakeland fir Mrs. Louise C Joint meeting of the Auxiliary t ALL PESO e4 AND COR.ORAT10/4! 11IaN.APTf4 flMz'T AND' l< N..:: w'sMaan.5a1ew.M.r ,
Cody and Chapel ANY Of SAID ItMSO5V5 WHOSE HUS.AND 0* NAMft I' OA .I b..aa
; Deering Robert -
Heath of Avon Park who died members and the VF\ IS MAa RItU THClB.. UNKNOWN SJ>OU<* AND If ANY" Of SAID flMSOf f' ,
Interment was in Joshua Detring. of East Liverpool were "'ellllb.. WiaW.t'1Ia Att DEAD THCI:: : UNKNOWN HtlKS. DCVIMIV. tlCATIIS. GAAI C"," o.H.lewiyie' _..1
I Creek Cemetery with Robaris- and Ralph Deer of Columbus July" 30 ut a local hospital KevJ nix ASS.ONUS. OfNOWS. CNtOITDSS TMUStdVCM OTHtM CLAIM/. I '-.to .... t5a.1 wCade
me J. Martin officiated.Mrs. vr* Urniery Sunday mimingThe AINtS, CLAIMING BT. THROUGH.' AGAINST SUCH O* on 6415. s/Cee ortn.
Grady Funeral Home in charge Ohio nine grandchldrrn business sessions. held Ie'p.ant..tyt ClAbfD CM&ONS AND ALL UNKNOWN NTIg'NAMING ON CLAIMIN CMS' q5 w
.f arrangements and five Heath was btirh AprTT "LANOtCHSCHIbCU D.S.s.
arreataran.Jchildren VFV' .
well'+ at the h. ,......
; anti two brothers 18, lltltS in Dronklin N. Y. and J"tlortte" for the teter.ins' 't .... .. HCMIIN. ,' .. o'i __.. .. :. .....
V 'Stop ,
a n..bT oof > tn City Arral o municipal! ctw 1 Data, SsM1 C 5 1 i,1
C tRGE E. MARSH Cart and :Ve.J Marth of Cambridge ha.rilflkj: in Avon Park for the and .the Auxiliary held thet _. >non t t..,. *,oto 04 f Ptdq. n M> t.,.. .*. ..*> ot C "..to..vl 1ft .SP.. ........ kian. "t kno.n ad- 'IYSJ'
past eleven. years, and was a .nod Cowl' NUNCkYt.. Ar lattw1 MYet sod .Y.c.t..a..rnt., .N d-- G-na S h..vay. 1 t*
Funeral servicewere Ohio.Interment. session a\ the Armory Stmda] niCh1 and potion, :..% tent. tno parcolk o* Ian Mttoctlt m 55.s tollowMti: tSM. Pta-Mb !5t25P 1' I'IS
held member of the liaptist church: :"- uul" the ..aen..N. amount <.,t .-k to. 1 IIOTM or tpoclot ao...,moxtJU > .S. t
Wednesday: July 29th at the was in Oak Ridge afternoonMr -t*vr vitti, .niv.Mt onj ponaltio*. eaovwt anal sNM Mt D. d .
Robar rady tor C'em'cter7Vednesday.: She to Survived by !her inu- *. Johnson was appoint I rant m tad B>M o* Complaint. 6om* wt app..de: aatPt potcot M tlft-= I County *..!... OotM. S. t!
George K. Chapel 29th thor Mrs Leana Tatkravachvrof : as llcjpttdl chairman tar th .u.ap nP.wkI.. Kt-WIt. : .e. M........ Fk... LIMN 'HI
Marsh of Arcadia. with 'IvW
-- KobarU-Grady FuneralIF New York and one Uaughter. year by Auxiliary Dtstrlci'rvsident. HOI DC. o. HICOO.D DiKNirTiOM: W'f
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Arna.Nce. "
--- Mrs. Louise II Taft of iitillti'
---- Mrs. lIottoPrealden
-- ---- ,--- Lydia iiiMt AND oiNia M.OCK "'OT. Aistlsie AM OM t'
I Avon Park CtAIMANTt 7 .,s .... > TAX
\ Holt announces VfB 0' .
1- M.KSMM. ,
nor.H I. t 4
Thriftiest: : FRIGIDAIRE i Interment was In Ou( Ridge< that she will make her officla ORICar1AL' SU.Wy' ...r"m5 rwq I: :
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Cemetery ''with' Ilobarts-Crady visit to the lo 'at'Auxiliary bj .Iv to 5545 Arcata.,r..o/MCwdtne I 0

Funeral Home In charge of September 1st. the definite date f ----.f h ter Odes .t lNI, t.$
2-door .
Refrigerator! arrangements.DcSoto. to! be), nnounced Citrr.: .Cl...t M.Court:C"'<_ .t ct 51 u.iote. tr-" 196.J a e.R u

I '"74tt 4h" County, florkia.JonnM ;;- ;' .. '
s alp* Wo.*. ** un. Q S '910 ,00
tkn+..A >n I u WU $14 1 5 'ox*- .
Boosters Elect il' SW J* It. or : ::1. 2.J$ *o=--jl-) ,==Avo rU.
HostsA P! SW N. 5t.. Mr.an ANadw. VM. 0'. .11I.dl.n. S.4 aL.1 2'
5 S. herds l !a!

ki TE1Is' Trio OfQuartets New DirectorsThe M./..MoanS....... T Sm.C ....jm oral..... So) JO ltt.. lr I ......Mo.. .Mr...-*... i. it:. ;li. In!

Bulldog Booster Club Jle S. Sumrw. Arcoiktt.. ; elsc.ntirn
odoa ::rA..
HereCliff met at '%:30 p.m..last. Thursday i. OAK MIOGt r>ARKa' .. ...."'" .
and a Hoard bl Directors lot MAMa..nnn. .. SN. City _t.-

Halley manager of Ar- the 19 4S year were elected ot..411..1 AKotlto. ocomtmavconlvti. Se at MDebet i.n. M4. CIh

:''Sulk., 1i cadia's DeSoto Theatre announced a* follows; Ralpfc Cbchrttn,. Jo Mr Oft.o .* the Cloro.ircu / Artaae .t tno
I early this week that Letter Charles Hilton Goorg or U.L.M 551. Casey: >t;Court riMkHiram :: : '1 : .. -J.ar1ft :: ]
.......... tno Oftwocuit
i- '
j three cf Florida's topflight Wadsworth. Gerry Watdren.fete Protfan William. f A 19" ".3M.I .t __Cowu.SC.i.
quartets will appear In person Walker arid 3. D. Yar- ..ts V._ M. Isl. J} '.' 1C..Nv
wn.on.t. Mdtito J B August 6th, at a pjru brough.Joe A'cOlll.... Plw.i4 5.ao .Q .oN
The Pathfinders from Lakeland Letter- was then electedby 1:1: f:: MkS.eats T.n..IsC.5w I 4 I:

., The Peace: ? River Boys, the board as president. and t... 20U14KiR'S ___. ..r./wl.w. "',"", I. u

of PJanCity., and The Tempos Ralph Cochran 'tae secretary- SUltOI'YI' =:=:. = :IoW ..AI
,. of Brudenton. wilt make treasurer. KJM .* tn. CMy .. At. .-... I" .

up the feature part or the It was agreed that the cluL tuuta_,.,...c...fc..i. H n> PMt tnoh 11. Tr..... A.-- 11.:fAMrw S lt:
Otr.: 55 ape IM5 .5 Atc..... .lor.
I adul. .
show the sale of
would handle
I stage ,... cMcw4 CweS el De- 1 155 .
.,t r : Bailey said this will be one taeason tickets: and reservedseals >ta Ca.nhMr.o. LINCOLN ..ARIL. a .us>.

''I of the finest stage shows his Bulldog football game Mt, llutn Conb and S All r,.mg SowttNO anue.ad itniuiOM. NM City ..5New15
Model. FOS 1JT2 at.lr.. e.... c.-1 N. ri 5law., s.M0-
theatre has presented In some gain this year as well as the t S. M.e.MI. tttorout .ocw -
13.24 cu.M.4 colors or a:_..jBfg I SI* V OiunwoMf A .
tinte The entire program will usual sale of programs. Attain, IMr.Sa. 91.a.. H *o4 rn* :J ,CM...two. C_mltnotlor 1. aS
m 100-H top freezer has Its own door. Freezes feature gospel music.- The next atheUued meeting .. S f%.. ._.PnxroltIMuitn .n.-t. I \. qw/ toujt ol Ootol* S
tHMbonU t.
40 cubes extra fast Two Quickuba troys. Tickets are now on sale at of the club will'be August 13. PUSS A_ Rita N County, f lor Ii .. '
dw, 55.. I 0:.C. ..... C. 2 1,2,7. & iSIff
Automatic defrosting In refrigerator section. the theatre box-office and at and further plaits for the forthcoming D, TKanH un, ftMMCO I """ .... U.' c-i 54y .:
Kcch's Drug Store In downtown school year. be formu : fkC > -. G.aer
a TWIn vegetable Hydrators M VftmnMon; lo.*
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Arcadia. lated. ..iW u ;
hold! nearly % bushel. I tons Tlrn wa.y A.MW.daw .
or*. .'' i..". .. ..
.95 '
Reomy: storage door has $239 M. J. II: .--. Bo*. !
space for eggs even Arcadia Market High In State .. rat ,_.. f.l; ..

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With Trad. Artadia and Okeechobee Cattlemen of the area are 'k>ri>*o.Mr I J M" 'GVA1oeae1. AD.
Every shelf Is full-width. PI C, Swvant. GainesvilleLivestock IflOni Coy .lAN.d.a..01a..dwa
Livestock markets lead the reminded- that the Sped if, Awe Yak. w
I Market will hold a .lo: W O. 1., .. N
fulldepth.ARCADIA state In cattle sales during thweek > Avon Yak.101 oa.sow ocono n
SALE DAYS of July 2O-23th. It was Florida Graded Feeder Steer tiotr* of I. D. ,.1.a no ClotHof 3
wr.t. ( t toil N
7th. Calvesmust --- r : :
Sale August
announced here today. Okee- Calf t)0 WEEKLEY FURNITURE CO. rhobee chalked up sales) of be consigned' and field WINS 61LCNRIST-t' SUsOlvitSuP.5..dn.aaa..4 a. eAU. t..'A. j,>..-m;, ....-.** ti :. & 1 .41Uu to

: 1.018 cattle and calves, and Inspected for this sale. Con .. rtotHto Nr.Cit, I ..1.C..aa.i .-_/.501.5 lo.o Wort A. rr 011-.. ,
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Open; Friday and Sat. Night until 7:00 p. m. Arcadia was second With. sales slgnment blanks may be obtained ta..r w pSa1 to-.P e_. |See Am.roror .
the Gainesville ......... 5151 0te.MIw __ r.N 33. S Me \ I I
22 South Polk Avenue WA 8-6401 of 920 cattle and calve and 7ponies. .. tty> C_ P .
._ market office.
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THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia. Florida Thursday} July 30. 1946DICKIE
counties, and others totaled cellaneous revenue sources Vets Policies At End Of Five Years veterans taUt over their !government -
Expire -
State Income some $240% millions, for an such as university fees, hospital Insurance with him a|
Increase of almost 31 per cent. pay patients, etc. brought his office at the County court.
For The State's retirement systems in an additional $43 tt millions Local: veterans of the Korean period nearest the Insured's the policy la due to expire. house or write to Melvin T.
universities, and other for an increase of 13.3 per cent. conflict are reminded this 50th birthday. After that period Veterans of other wars are Dixon Florida Department
1963 ReleasedState governmental state agencies Nonrecurring and non-ope week that the Veteran's Ad- the policy must be con-: also urged to check into the Veterans Affairs Box 1437.
now hold approximately $600 rating revenue accounted for ministration will now issue two verted to a permanent plan or possibility of converting their St. Petersburg. Fla.
Comptroller Ray E.Jrccn millions in investments which another $440 millions. reminders to those holding W- it expires. Insurance: to a more permanent -
said today in his annual along with amounts) kept Invested The Comptroller's report lists Term insurance: policies to One reminder will be sent to type of insurance to insure Sea snails have no brains. Instead I
I ummary of state finances thaticome on a short term basis operating expenses) of $709''tt" warn them when their policiesare the veteran a year before expiration longer protection and increasing a number of nerve knots ; f
from all sources totals! by State Treasurer J. Edwin millions, or 43 per cent of total no longer renewable. of the policy and a term Insurance costs. control the different parts of
rrr4+.rwr d $1,596,000.000: in fiscal 1863- Larson> produced $17,400,000 or expenditures, for the fiscal W-lerm policies expire at final "Last Chance" reminder DeSoto Veteran Service Of the body, Marineland of FlorIda
18 per cent over 1082.63. Mi.ra. .- year 196364. the end of the five-year term will be mailed 90 days before ficer. Bert Close suggests that reports. It
,r 64.The Comptroller released a ---.
condensed summary of Flor. I
da's governmental operations
tor the last fiscal period in his 1 Think Think Thrifty
annual publication "Your Mony Thrifty-
x4 and Where It Goes." LAYAW
JOHNSONFootball "This pamphlet shows the t
I 3tate of Florida is big business, ; y i f
with a billion and a half dol.ara -
Star coming in and going out SAVE NOW

each year" Green said. I IBLANKET

To Play Game last Disbursements fiscal period during totaled the 1. July 30th thru August 5th

Dickie Johnson last season's 184,000,000, Green said, there.
first string guard for the De-' by increasing the state's cash
Soto High Bulldogs football balance from $106.000,000 at
team left last Saturday for the beginning of the fiscal period -
Gainesville for a week of workout to $110,000.000 as of June
before appearing in the 30, 1964, most of which is kept
North-South came there August invested until needed. JULY
1st. I I g Total taxes classified as such SALE
millions or 18.2
Johnson 'Who was graduated were $794 per
cent the $672 millions
J.u.t.Juae.. was active in high over pro-
duced during fiscal 1962-63. the
school affairs. He was a member !'
Comptroller said. The major
of Ute Key CJuH.: Bulldog's
portion of this $122 million increase -
Bark staff., Student: Cc.wMt1.and : .
could be attributed to
j Mixvd Chorus, and for S I
the 1963 legislature in raisingthe
his last two high school rears
sales and use tax. beverage -
was president e of America.He and cigarette taxes, motor And Small Monthly Payments THESE SPECIAL LOW PRICES
vehicle licenses, corpora
was ODe of the three football bon capital stock tax, and documentary will hold Blankets '' GOOD DURING THIS SALE ONLY
stars chawtt from Ue areaof stamp tax. he added.nor1da' 5 0 C your on Lay- -
eatral Florid "Ib-
major revenue producer -
other two were Bobby Downs ', the sales and use tax Away. JULY 30th THRU AUGUST 5th

quarterback front Winter Haven brought in $230 millions during ..
and Paul Stain guard of --
196364. up 20 per cent or
Okeechobee.The 39 millions above the previousyear.
North-South will
game Gasoline taxes were up
be played on Florida Field at 5 per cent to $141 millions FREE
Gainesville at 7:43 p.m.. Sat compared with $134 million for ELECTRIC BLANKETS '
urday August 1st.F J.tf., -ti3.Oreen.
said, "The Inheritance N
and estate tax produced an 1. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLANKET .
C of C MembersAt unexpected revenue "wind i
fall" the fiscal 2. BEDSPREAD
during past
approximately $10
year up
Workshop, .millions over the previous year, 3. 24 PC. TOWEL SET
for a total of $13,4OO.OOO. SINGLE CONTROL
r In Sarasota Grants and donations from NOTHING TO BUY_ JUST REGISTER I

the Federal government, cities
DeSoto Chamber of Commerce I I I Iv&t
Development committee -
members attended a community I
workshop meeting 1 last Morris H. Levsky _
Tuesday July 28th In Sarasota LADY MELBA 7
In New
It was reported I here by
John Daniels manager of the J I. Lov*" jr has recently .
i local Chamber. joined the Rupert Smith AUTOMATIC

l a i This Is the second: "Can Do" Agency, on. of the oldest Iteal DUAL ft : ,
Estate and Insurance businesses 5/
workshops held In this area } $1357
in DeSoto County
1 by the Florida Development CONTROL
Mr ArcadiaIn
p Commission and Is designedto Levsky cam to .
1950. At that time he started
'aid In the development of
to work for Nat Wolf of
Florida communities are

lL not major metropolitan cen Florida Foreman.Care He Taking admitted as that grove he .' .. Convertible Fitted Corners .

ternAttending knew nothing about orange j..5.. .,J.t 1f" f t
from Arcadia were trees, or care taking ...but .Completely Washable *, -ft rn :' ,.,
Claude Jones, chairman: of the he had one quality that has ;
Chamber of Commerce Development proved. Invaluable to him over LADY MELBA N a al Mothproofed '''y ,
committee Ivy Dykes, the years ,.he wanted to learn. -
Robert Sorre I Ia. Ilert White And with the help of a very f
and manager Daniel. good friend. Alex Diner that
is exactly what he did. and $67 71n RAYON 19 ;
This area of the "Can Do" COTTON 10% ACRYLIC
Includes from the ground up. II* was
workshop DeSoto
Manatee, Itsrtieo. Sarasota with the Company for five ,d.4teti. 10O% LONG WEARING RAYON BINDING 4;
Charlotte lades.. Lee Hen years. Two Automatic Controls Two
% Collier and Monroe lie then attended Heal Estate Full Years Guarantee
1 dry counties. Moth- .
if School I. and became a Dro- _.
proof Washable MildewFIELDCRESTS r
I ker Salesman in the Lewis -
Ymbler office. Here he learn- proof Nylon Binding -
ARCADIA'DRIVE IN jd practical knowledge about Corners v
.he Real Estate Business, and FittedTRYON'
THEATRE xrcatne: more aware of Flor- THE :
da's fast growing pace. He was .. __ _____ ___ .
U. S. 17. MOUTH .onnected with t h. Ambler LADYBIRD
Miles ealty firm for 10 :years. I 0 k ka
George- Smith. President!
ST. MARYS :'r: 1.
Sink Th. Bit-mark Agency recently Incorporated I 2 :
Dana .he Agency and Invited ) : I
} Levsky to purchase stock 'lr'I' CARNATION FESTIVAL j:
Join the firm. This he did ,
Twice Told Tale
.a now a tlroker In the Real $437
Vincent "plee/ Estate and Appraisal lluslneaa.Mr. BLANKET Doubl. Bed Single! Control :
SUNDAY ., TUESDAY Levsky Is grateful for
Great all the friends he has made :
since he has lived In DeSoto ., '
Stave M' .Qu..n :
Jesse Oarnaralae County and sincerely' appreciates :?<; '
their help n makinghim : : Two Blankets Woven as '1
I a useful citizen./ i $1167
Return To War bow '
i | Mr. and Mrs. Levsky live at $69712x90 t one Extra Warmth and 1 f ;
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: 0 Lord illumine our hearts by Thy spirit. Show us

The the way to life eternal. May our lives be witnesses unto
"Me ism"
end Of Too
others of Thy resurrection Thy saving power. In the

1 name of our living Savior we pray. Amen.

By THURMAN SENSINGA mcnt dedicated to economy' has been said. In defiance of MaroryR

presidential campaign Involving states rights and nationalism the record that he Is trigger 3 1

a real conservative inaction and the other believes in m... happy and wants to use atomic 3Atf ITN R" __

against an sellout "liber.' save government spending, new bombs to clear away bushes in
al" is what the United States authority for the federal gov. Viet Nam. It has been said ," $ IN MMfIOmr W ?viral w UNOIRwaTtR Nutt Desoto County News itae

has needed and lacked for ernment and reliance on the with the same lack of truth 1 ,i l wI ors rN ciree i weoo tw7r I7 raet ea s Nutte rs tw r TNr NuttJ..sot0 liOt ,

many Time years.and again the Republican United Nations by the neutralist which is nations dominated -- poor that he people.has no This concern massive for : Y..... -t,,''. ; > 'upt'arof0".k'tM.Ottt'/Na w'6"p JlA N.{ea s'gt xe vr Of Bygone YearsTaken -

Party nominated a "me of Africa and Asia. Thus scare campaign did not work 'm i

too e and 1- never have the Issues been so very well however. The "li from the file of

date thereby clear and the opportunity for berals" were talking to them The Arcadian. Th DeSoto County
depriving the decision so great. selves. Their tactics were tac. a i News and The Arcadia Champion.
voters of a A tremendous effort has tics of desperation. The Amer \ S** E"Xa TO *OrV 7W nl""" nUi" */*Tt*fSt
1N 2 -/a.eIYO 7NI VHTXTTin
clear choice been made in recent monthsto ican people are well able to -r-: C ffkvcr. 70 tMT A
between conservatism deny this choice to the vo. size the character of a man ; /ehh ir'ST' C'f" TI4 solver.. IT ISS
up .., : ;
: TNIN TtsvtD 70 .LW7N.e r'L' .w0
j and ters. The "me too" element has seeking a party's presidential WflTN n aetlr0 AACX Mlle 7 ak'r
"ilberalism" done everything In its powerto nomination.One """ y'0ttfJa..ee: p oI!. ns Iru.- 55 Years AgoGuy I

This deprive the public of a true of the handicaps faced : --..-.;:;ea..__
year the issue conservative option in the voting by the conservatives U the Ilarward was operatedon to her home In Bar tow Monday

vt before the electorate booth. By distortion of the propaganda use of the word etfpfv nwror **o wngrt meet n for appendicitis at Jacksonville after visiting Naomi Morqu
L will truth snide comments, and .moderate. This word has THICK iVff Of OfT 44/10/ OH Tut ,o77AW. se' on Saturday. for a wrck.
rut ni* &3 **r aKNwr not be obscured. The voters outright vilification the "U- unhappily, found its way into 7klsf 7e/Ave eRJLAVOJ fltasy Ov PONTOON$ Mrs. V. O. FusscH and four Rupert Smith left this week
won't be In doubt as to where beral" forces have sought to regular practice in news re- sesloa .N COLUMN NNtlw / -. little girls visited Mr. and Mrs. for Annapolis.
either candidate stands. One undermine the country's chief ports. The spokesmen for "me T. O Albritton In Lily Sunday. Airs.\. R. E. Whldden and Kate

believes In limited govern spokesman for conservatism. It too" thinking were automati. .... owvmus Miss' Edith Bennitt, of Tampa and Ruby left this week for
cally described aa "moderates." Toe!crtwwe aba.o is,sti too Ao0AieCrrl venAw and Max Wild of Arcadia Atlanta.
whereas the advocates: of a uvr Tarsre5sc$30tIp tieotwo. 0451'T were married In ,:Tampa Wednesday Backing his confidence witha
,Wer 7Nr Ii of national William Gib-
strong new policy $1OOOO
YOUR GOVERNMENT TN if rf, *n* AMTtYwJ. 13 LOWtftDTIL wager
resolution were characterized ++ + [ Tl fUtT roTM>ttJ ftJT OV ItiftHIOlit Mrs. Finis E. Parker had returned sun an aerial Inventor plan-
as "extremists" or "radical from Hot Springs Ark., ned to fly from Victoria. B. C,

A WEEKLY REPORT BY rightists." This is a vicious use much Improved In health to Seattle a distance of es
fr of the word "moderate..* for It Mrs. J. W. Brown sister of miles in :30 minutes He declared *

f Is a partisan use designed: to .Jrll/llltl( 11,1.1( J. W. Burton,. left Friday for his ship would carry
a serve one political faction. Ob- a Jacksonville and South Caro him to San Francisco In five

vicusly if the Mme too" groupIs lina. hours when completed. The

moderate then by the dictionary Miss Mary Moye, assistantIn craft was a monoplane A3 feet
of Florida definition their oppon- Political Transformation ComingBy the Clerk's office was visit long and 14 feet wide It bad
ents must be immoderate. This Ing friends In Sanford for a a Si)hone power engine, weighing

, piece of trickery has been accepted : week 222 pounds to drive ,the ,
and the director of the nuclear readers and returned 130 miles hour. '
The Florida Nuclear ing by many Miss Bessie Prince plane per
MORRISWe there will not be distortions. er can be substituted for Divine
Space Commission like Cape science program at the University viewers of the news, sad to say. .
We seeing them alr.ady.Dut Will. And this nation was
Kennedy and the space-age industries of Florida, a practicing: The truth Is that the "me are on the eve of a great are
. In this state. Is a sym. radiologist an engineering ex. too" crowd is anything but transformation In American now the political lines will founded upon the rejection of
be drawn day alter day some, that notion and upon the acceptance 30 Years Ago 'I
bol of Florida's progressive pert and an executive of a moderate In an accurate sense. political thought. No matter *
elec. times in the expression of principles of God! as the author
of the
Character.: missile manufacturing corpora'lion. Is it genuine moderation to what the outcome
When. In 1954 the Atoms accept a do-nothing policy a. tion campaign there Is now in sometimes In concreteissues cf freedom. An Invitation has been extended "Scoots" Msttlson. local service I

for Peace Program made available The Commission has a salar- bout Communist Cuba at our the person of Senator Barry "Now those who seek abao. to Arcadia cltUens to manager for Harley Watson
to the pubUc for the first l led staff of two. It is the smallest national 'doorstep? Is one a Goldwater a spokesman for a How often have scores of lute power, even though they join a motorcade of southern Inc.. Ford Beater
time the knowledge and tech- ,. of Florida's agencies, yet moderate if one allows the union point of view that unfortunately mlllltna of Americans been seek; It to do>> what they regard business men to the World's C. r. Hull tax collector isproceeding

niques for harnessing atomic its rang of activities and in. tyranny to disrupt the nor. has been shrouded by the given the opportunity as they aa loud are simply demand' Fair at Chicago, leaving AtlAnta to the* collection of t
energy and utilizing its valuable terest is extremely broad. The mal operations of free enter- editing partisan Interpretations were with Senator Goldwater'sacceptance ing the right to enforce their on the morning of Sept. delinquent taxes according to-
by-products it became a Commission's recent accomplishments prise Is moderation to be defined and labelling of the news speech' to hear articulated own version of heaven on 33. The trip Is sponsored by Instructions received: from the
question of how to channel include the fields of as acceptance of uncon. media. this defense of Re. .earth and let me remind you the Chamber of Commerce of state comptroller, and duringthe

these benefits back to the people nuclear power reactors converting stltutional force bills that pro- This man now has a forum publican Ism: they are the very ones who al. the South of which Hubert r. past week has sent out
from what had previouslybeen salt water to fresh,. promotion vide for coerced: association that cannot be denied. lie will '"Those who seek to live your ways create the most hellish Lee. former Arcadian Is presi notices to about ISO who have ,
an absolute federal monopoly of the use of radiois. The answer to these questionsIs have ample opportunity to lives for you. to take your tyranny. not paid or who have paid onlya

and to find application otopes (particularly in therapeutic a resounding "No." Moderation present his case to the American liberty I lit return for relievingyou Not only will political Issue dent.Manager G. K. Stanford of part.

for them at grass roots level. and diagnostic medical I ap- if the word is to mean people on television and cf yours, those who el_ be made but the philosophicaland the Star Theatre announcedthis At a special meeting of the
, Florida was quick to recognize plications), protective legislation anything must mean total re.' radio no matter how he maybe vale the state and downgradethe religious underpinnings of week that the showing of county school board held on'
the need for opening sucha the creation of a state. spect for the Constitution for Interpreted.This citizen must see ultimately the campaign In all likelihood vaudeville acts which Arcadia Tuesday' morning at the office
channel and was among the wide Radiological Emergency the right to work the right to does not mean that a world In width earthly pow will be aired In the same accepts show patrons have enjoyed for' of County Superintendent J. O.
first states to make provisionfor Network the establishment of operate one's business without nee speech the RepublU the past few months had been Johnson the board was ableto
it at first with a Cover speakers bureaus throughoutthe federal dictation to exercise can candidate had this to say cancelled pay off alt balances due to
nor's Advisory. Committee and state and the cooperation states rights to enjoy freedomof A phone call from Jacksonville teachers on 103233 account,
later with a state agency.: with federal authorities In radiological association and to have the [:.1/u,1 e"/) "freedom' made orderly forthis last Friday meant a free with the exception of a fewbills i

Briefly, the "Nuclear Com safety studies for United States conduct Its fore. nation by our constitutional undera trip to the World's Fair with I which .had been Issued at 3

mission", certainly unique a- the nuclear' rocket program Ign policy directly without In government. Freedom laws all expenses paid for W. I... special request 3M 1
mong the state's more tradi- Most recently, on July l ,as terferencefrom or auburdlnatlon"to I v i'lwl ,. gevrrnment limited by '.-- .
",' *' .M.' r 'r .w of wtwwr.M'btaaturra'Ood' ; r5
-tlonal agencies maintains con. Chief 'Executive of Florida I the United Nations
tact with technological developments signed an agreement with the By this definition and It .Is Pesticides To Tourism freedom balanced ao that order "'
will not ofal aJJJ/y .
In federal programs Atomic Energy Commission the only one that can be logically lacking Jo (.[
of the
become the slavery prison
like the Atomic Energy Corn which provided for the transfer Justified the real moderate I
balanced. that Ube,
mission and the National Aero- of certain AEC regulatory In the Republican Party is SCIENCE ON THE FARM 33 per rent of all 'their revert. cell; so
will nut
nautics and Space Administration powers to the state. Barry Goldwater. The radicalsare Those who would banish pes use In taxes ty lacking order
license of the mob
and with the related in- The signing was of historic those who want to pay no tlcides from use In farming are !Point Two the clalle4 the the Fight Poverty Courage
dustries. It has the technical I and perhaps unique slgnifi. attention to the written text of given no support by the head systems are built with the and of Jungle

competence to evaluate and Interpret ana In other than technologl. the Constitution and who wantto of one of this country's agrU money of all the ... a)'..... In The widespread communication .

these developments and cal terms. It Is unusual for the give It a new Interpretation cultural organizations, the National many 'Instances, they operate of this political philosophy By RUSSELL KAY we had when we .started. the
to Initiate whatever action is Federal Government to relinquish according to their own desires. Orange at a loss which those ta.payers does not lend .itself to capsule I'm old t..hlOft4Nt. but program and a* far a* our al-

called for to find applicationfor any portion of Its auth- The radicais are these who In a letter to the Secretaryof everywhere must make up. presentation or slogan It suffers President Maybe Johnson's "Fight Poverty lie slicking with us I is eon.
them in Florida. It serves ority to a state. Historically want business to submit to tight Agriculture Grange Master The Investor-owned utilities of from condensed reporting ** campaign doesn't make cerned. franc. Britain. Canada

as a built-in technical advisorygroup the trend has been In the other bureaucratic controls and leave Newsom.. said: "The fact course, must pay their own which has been necessary' with bit more tense than our lung and a few other dent see

available to the Gov. direction. However Congress the big decisions to Big Brother Is. that w.. as farmers are applying way In every particular out of the understandable shortage of a of "foreign Aid.* It any harm In selling to c.abe.
ernor Cabinet Legislature and recognized that the protectionof In Washington The science and technologyat earnings and the voluntary In. news space You cannot under program to .... as Just another China or' Russia..

nine man Nuclear Commission and traditionally a respun. withdrawal and acceptance of knowledge. The benefits of this atltutkMia. thorough absorption of the which to the taspayeramoney are wilting to sell to Russia. .
headed by Robert R. sibility of the Individual state communism everywhere In the are enjoyed by all Americans Finally& let It be noticedthat premise. which UM. often are with pour,little hope of accomplishing Bulgaria' Yugoslavia and a
Guthrie of St. Petersburg Is and in so doing encourages the world from Viet Nam to In terms of an abundant low this country's elevtrl. glossed ever or .left unreport" any benefit. few ether and maintain the,
a balance of leading Industrialand state to develop the necessary Cuba. If rates. are the world's lowest ad. U. United Nation. whether any
cost food supply. a reverse While I must. admit It a
technical people Includ: (Continued on page 3.0) (Continued on page 3-B) trend were Initiated depriving They have declined from na. But It should be different wonderful, program to presentIn body else helpe or not.

agriculture of these production Uonal average of T centa per now.' The rnuntna ahead shouldbe a political 1''..'. It still They tail. u. tnat. we mutt
kilowatunour In .IW to 1 3Scents It
tools food costs undoubtedly filled with opportunity to doeent ring any tolls aa far eliminate poverty because
2/iJcffJJeJ would rise and money now In 1M3. And M per rent. extend the political educationto as I am concerned.Fer breed communism but If toil;
of all our power ls supplied.. by trouble I U> chc..
stand. ofAmerican will take the
being used for a higher ,the very mainstream about long aa Ian
I :: aid of living would of necessity regulated. private enterprise. life. That education Just have been the record you will find the*
remember we
Retail T Look Good be spent for food. Fur. Government. pawn Isn't"cheap" unfortunately .... bean eon- ending billion ef CMIara over the traitors who have aold this

r Prospects tnermor human .health couldbe espenslv Instead- measured II Is mighty by the float. to Ill-financed seminars. seas to stop the communist country dewn stricken the river IndlvUi.uala were.
jeopardized through lack of forum and certain limited pot and make friend fur America, not poverty
accurate yardsticks of the tax well aka '
control disease but !
pesticides to teal campaigns tell us
Babson Park. Mass, July 30. reflecting the high hopes, andI with the greatest" Imaginationand Insects.: ea and the deficits IKst support Our State Department eaten scientists, college pro*
spreading will
Feeling the pulse of retail trade think they. will set some sort Ingenuity, They will need showTMr It. "Tha' country should be the we don't dare stop or we fe.*.r* and lop flight *aacu.VWe .
la one of the surest ways of of record by fa1LCOMPETITIOfd also to give customer much What does the record A PEACE; PROMOTING better fur this open debate, no lose the cold war .
Newsome touched on that what the awtce ass .in We haven't got half *4 many Wa
determining the health of the WILL BE more personal attention and INDUSTRY matter came Mat of World <
,! words: "I do not be. the world today ae
In MoM Jndu. November friend In
economy In generaL When em. A PROBLEM service. medically. documented Tourism la a booming II the most powerful nation on
ployzi' eat I* high consumer The fact that I look for very Only the tront-tanke'r., thejo.getters here there Is m becoming try these days. It's the aafeetef earth and since then have Aft

Income expanding public psychology brisk retail business dee notmean will manage to ease of a person food beta that mere Americana beck and waited for our enamle -
optimistic and business that it will be clear sail- keep their take" well above Ul from eating are going abroad this. year than. CROSSWORD ,..aAt"lt01l.4 \ to. ratch up. We .tot Russia

trending upward the resultant Ing for store ............... The IfMJ level. during the remainder treated with pesticides whereInstruction ever """on. And the flow of f i sneak In and lake. ever Cuba
prosperity shows up ., competition, already sharp a* ef this year. Supermarketswill have been ,c.Ilqw foreign travelers to our ........ UOMTM" if.o.a.e. within' .., mile ef our shore
last five woVos I. OH Irtat I.tus4t.llN u. I
once ta big turnover gain In a rasor. will grow even' keener. have a rough tune outoo. edThose underlined. Misuse. .. gradually Increasing capital .. ". ., and while we Mid "Naughty j
our retail outlet We are se.. To hold lead poalUcna, store lag their year-ego" total, parti should be The fet aircraft wilt Its a.. !4....ltel 9 Acsngwith H' naught," when &beY'" Up
result In
InC such a situation at the present operator. will nave. to make cularty where they have expanded cf pesticides can misuse very speed. rant fort and depende. *. grad '-11. a. Yes aaMheb. ..I....... base*, we failed.& to follow -
time, and I think we- will the most of advertising and too rashly. Into already reel dangers. So can kilt: .... U..n prttty cluae to art. t.I--.4..ow up with rigid. Inspection
continue' to see mounting. retail pranvctinn poasiMHUe. they well served teeaUtie. The. same of any number ef ether thingsIncluding a revefutoMary "Influence.' Fare IItNoses S. raSeewd. DimtehaewMa.ee and we don't know today whatth j.

sale. at least well Into must use theIr display. space (Cccrtinued ea page J-B the ubiqwltuu* awtomctHlet nave. decline a field. lad- 5. Meaty ,..... situation. really I*.. ?
1999. But no erne aed.ualyurge. dentally, in which cne .* eur .I. ...... T. hots... "$.ea.c.. h hILAhb4rtah W* dent. .have to worry about -
that asiytAing and every aa>or eve.sea. all u--, Pan I. no gp4eU. the communist* starting a
BITTER YEAR-TO-YEAR STRICTLY BUSINESSre '" luai .l thing whose smpruv" toe ***. American War Id Airways. ... ....",... twha pa- .he $ing ..,. Why" should. they
GAINS EXPECTEDPuilnee : .rg wolves risks fee ewtlawed.Murk teen the ......... Ever asr. |t. bored ..w.-... M.'*-.... a when. they are winning hand

executive clean' to e* the credit f.*.< the laMepOeo Pan Aae W.M hoe IL Piece M Aitara.JN / down by gnawing? away. at U*.
the retail area lock far stones. 1 edrrs -1 fart that your family. eu> e. been ep.-..... en the principle rr--.. 'r tare ....... J1 firsabisIf ",...IA.IItC.uu,..*. *ap.
Wad ...... .... 31. Mimeo ,... .
.a the wfeole. to chant up tronely weft must be given V* that air travel should be wttavIn ping ..., economy and W sit
1 .,.. ,. ... TWtuan ML ur
as II. o.r # eM
.an* seer a year ago through- the pshstdes the. sneena of tfce .....gefwrMMi Inc fer u* to wke up with.
$0.Q..II Seeds. ysr Tensg gee 31. real
the autumn month and the FLY IW THE AMDV& and awl a twswry re* Miter 11 Yere Ml tow heavy 3e..O d fIt an empty puckattooolu
holiday buying ......... This The practical argMM U a4t Utcted Mi UW wetMe.1e.. lie. ....... U. peer cart 4x ..*.. away'Nwsb We cant eliminate poverty
....... re..oasba Ie nw eiIIce L Y.-t fever W s .talUe<4 essay rate redurUMs* ever. ....> without .umlnatlnet I Individualeffect.
the IIaped ., the gas cutaheuM ?) a z r ea.cuw pacer. m..t sF. etat.RI ... terra toil UM r eec awry. "risey'1. i I 1r I' It I- faith .......* and the
b.esra..trvt.r.. terSher when M .. piertj *r te And there jf, Rsoie se that swabs. ...,***.". spirit, that built adanad

bssetMg att..dy .....,. federal ....u......... ss tact isM Stacy thaw |*st the ewwenire 3'11 :_part 1- f *' tW nation .r..... Our

ebte k/Aasss eaMttiexle. craw. -....p". And ae He owe' factor.. taitattaa. *. that Is. erf d.eeat.d .. .. fwrefathert knew poverty butIney
.e.a.sista ........ as La- ..... is .o M the. .." ..., flat Pan ,... ............. J M S nTrtvye. yell .......... It. they set
aneAisle upward puih t* .... whoa leek a fltU ...... has atwsys fasM. sMUye : r.taer 1-4i y thtr sights. onfrcedmn andevtMirUMUf
ton a* ...*! a. the ta.cwt we tied like fly M tat .,..u..*- tne prMtrtfrte met etraatrtd' dryer3L *. Fad ......-me all

Mn was ps..d. My tdy. .f I., pre .f ....... It it we*Id .,.... W .......... Mb11ild = : .J .. obstacle* *e achieve- success
the tea fi arable. altuaUM* te Ear -cfeeeafar ease r..... slid ee 4 esIsn/wsmhg seed bUe : I take. p".... h the fact that

glf.... ........., teecike. ne-.... e r .......m astty ..........1.** a? trwnd.agh. ........ ......... lie. 3.i =-ef '1'. ,. .. t t3L my greet grandfather rus.sd

tee effect .* taxxntUag. gate tike taeseyer. both SUrert and total effect at a very real .*.". bteseaas ..- .. A. the aatic. ln a prairie' achooav.er.
t* aaiatlv. streetglh a* base trsdarleLPmat IrtbvUaei tat aeeee.. And that ay : :7 He leek te risk bcanihe

sa.. h.It t. tsdeeisv.erw ee etas at .... ce." ....... h4 faith. and courage and

Is aatr ....... .....,...... 0Y M ted.esl ....., ....v ......... :; = &I I" ; believed that. "God halp IhoaeWM
iktat retMdses -m ere Myla. T1w T--- Y.Dey Asebha.w / The pee ether ....... Nei ire.v- t'j.. ; l"' help" themMlvee" The

tea taewabIa. teeew ., ca.. ...... p.l'e' .1ec1e a Beal.esv stews, AM Utica. w base. i. I .. i trial and trtbuUUon he faced
gas sal. waft tfw JtslIv aa.arhrof :/&...1eMs ha lie ., ....-. .sly' dhe betvnahag. j...... U' ." .., were hi* woo Iw didnt took to
.. .. 'l' Washington .for help, .he bed
1t.11 fdl
hlth pert. sad ewes M hot B..s.. are tat atmfl- thawa '..0Il -
)t .pfkn.h .a ......... be Nsveae. b...y .Meg a Ufce ......... art a>Mers. .... 'n been taught to fight his ewntattle
.....,.. ..,. *. stand en his even f**,
bees _t .,
.... k..khtt low .. bsru-w -W 'wa.eWsp pr.4mowe
...... tlsrsS be _
..... .. II. r- the future cat Mevm.
: and meet /
.... .
th e bees. twe..MIr. a eater .. p a y, 0diWt' aue.rns"t'f.ystreae rww ww I. elws ::f.
ll_ ..- a. end et __ stae ahnar.tteesaet., Oalst.sl.p ,eat why t ... ... i He was an American w..1 his eq n*-.
ors.-.....u.. t I _. -1.1. M erevy. Sir. bee sf yon ere fv ....... in ".... see ....." t/. ., ...... The dourl. they ..... to Lehr of 44. : peedwig. the ipta hew
tarot .stir 1MS. 2aeecasrIa e.M.kI *>a lie<, ..'* bee. .* --!.< .. lh. Xew Ye. dibee; hacese..-oad wNaMw6"""' reroq SauNa. as eat the two. an.c. """ "_ .. .... epentn. ; )
...... ...., 4 VeilWusd' .. p .s ? I .
.-..l.ce .. a* the f1e of ss.grrkr M, !M'ef' ..



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_2-B. --""----THE :ARCADIAN Arcadia, Florida. Thursday July 30. 1964

and children of Arcadia called had as their last weeks Sun. visitors at the Triumph Is Jtwt: UMPH addedto

i News From Brownville family on Monday the W.night.W. Pritchett- Church.of day North guests Mrs.Hillsborough Rev.Clara Flegal.Strickland.Baptist pastor: Iiflyak ca City News George were The recent Sarasota Bailey Sr.and home.Maw e TRY!-Sunshine Magazine

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mercer Mrs/ Bet> Norris lid. Mr. singing convention: will ,
Mr. and Mrs:'C. W. Waters frorval' BaiSrwr fast Sunday. and children spent Sunday and Mrs. Judy Bullock all of I By ELIZABETH HILL sisters Mrs. Gussle Wilson and saturday njght and Su aBaptist .New! GllIe"ttesum
of Arcadia and Mr. end Mrs. Mrs Ruth S. Kalmes of with Mr. and Mrs. James Tis- Arcadia. Lawyers McGinn: from Tam- Mrs. Dessie Rich on Sunday the Myakka City
JLuvon Webb of Cubitls spent Trenton. N. J. accompanied: by dale and children. Mr. and Mrs. Corley Prescott -, pa has been a recent visitpr Mr. and Mr. Vernon Smith church. i
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. a daulrMdr Mrs. Mildred Stevens : Mrs. I... Fennemor and. of Arcadia visited In the with his grandparents R.v., and daughters are back after Miss Eddie Undaey' had visitors -
O. Webb and children. and Jean of Washington daughter Ann spent Thursday. -Bargtr home 'trlday. Friendship ana Mrs: Ale H ndry. a two week: :trip" to West Virginia last week that she enJoyed -
Glad to report that Mrs. Courthouse Ohio arrived at In Fort Myers. and prayers were appree- The Myakkft 'City? Baptist and Ohio where they visited very much.
Alice William, who has been the home of 'her son Mr. and Hugh and Peggy Long of ated by all as Mrs. Barger was Church had their youth rallyon relatives Mr. and Mrs. Lester Yancey Adjustable
sick Is now able to rttUfn to Mr*. Bob Kalfnes and 'daughters Punta Gorda Visited Mr. Gene not feeling well. the third Sunday. They'had Mr. and Mrs Jordan Boyd and family have left on a trip Razor f
work. Sunday afternoon for a Bitch at the Arcadia General Miss\. Linda Mercer spent a quartet from Bradenton. anda e"ntft'talnied'Rev. and Mrs. Aton to California and expect to .
You turn da.l' M .I4 III
JMr. and Mrs. W. W. Prit- few days visit. Hospital Saturday. from Wednesday until Sunday young preacher' from Gardner Roberts on Sunday afternoon.Mr. gone until late August from 1 to 9 for 3
chett called on Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J H. Johnson Mr. and Mrs Norval Barger, with Myrtle! Bitch while Mr. on the program. Dock Hawkins who Is U.. aaaala.mns gnat ,1
------ --Y- Vacation Bible School bends Is i
1 at the
Ritch was In the Hospital. Mr. working The bamboo which n>tcn ss'your
---------- --- ,-- -- over in Clearwater
... _.. .. .. I Ritch underwent surgery last Myakka City Methodist cHurch was home with his family. this stronger than the oak which ndtrnard skin with new Iii inleu
I '
and will begin Sunday August 2nd resists. Steel Blade
Thursday la doing fine. He weekend.
hopes to return home with the older group meeting f Japanese Proverb
Arcadia Sale some Mr. and Mrs.fGeor -
DaysCONCRETE time this week. at 8 p.m. and those under 12 Jr, e Bailey
beginning on Monday August former'resldenta who are
4 Mrs.. Carr! McCelland who 3rd at 8 a.m. now living In Indianapolis. Ind.. WORRIED? ERVOUSGOver
lived In
once our communityIs ---
Mrs. Mary Boyd has been
also a patient at Arcadia sick: with the flu but we are yOU'CAli GET
General Hospital. glad to report that she is bet. Change-of-LIfe?
; J ;. READYMIXEDAND Miss Judle Fetmlmore spentThursday RELIEF FROMHEADACfJE mind.Get we/com relief
ter.Alice '
visiting Mildred 71sdsle Fee Hendry visited aU special'woman. medicine
and faml,. last week over In Tampa with do -take a special woman*
Mrs. Lunedra r/eSmth and her sister Mrs. Gloria Mc- STANBACK gives FAST relief medieine-Lydia E. Pinkham
DaiVERED.TO YOUR JOB! son Mike of Thomasvllle Ga. GInnis. from pains cf headache muralgia. Vegetable Compound devel..
ere spending some time visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cleal Llndse ..urn....and"minor pains of arthritis", dread throve seeminglyendless oped by a woman-specially to
her parents Mr. and Mrs. are' visiting relatives In Kentucky rbtumatum Because SfANBACK Tears of misery!' and help women by relieving such
Henry Davis, also Mr. and contains several medically-approved discomfort' of sudden hot functionally caused fern a 1*
(CALL CHRIST. Mrs. Jack Davis and Mr. and AH who expect to participate and presented Ingredients. far fast flashes,waves'! of weakness and distress.Indoctors'testiwomanafter
relief, you can take STANBACK with Irritability. There is a special
Mrs1 C. Lastinger. in the Methodist Bible
"' ,- cenfidence.SatKfactwn cuaranteedl woman's medicine which can woman found that Pinkham's
Miss Carla Tisdale returned School are "tasked to register .. relieve those heat waves,weakness Compound gave dramatic help
':'T, t FREE ESTIMATES home from Brfcdentdn Thursday July 31 so that teachers may aTA tclC aCrNrabw nervousness, so you can to all this without costly shots.
t AlaI where she had spent a have adequate supplies on yam. any enjoy life again. So that you Irritability is soothed, hot
week with her grandmother hand Every youngster Is Invited .....w. ....<<, can once more be.an affectionate flashes subside. So don't sit and
: I WA 8-2501] Mrs. I.. B. Matthews.Mr. to attend. u.... wars wife and mother. brood and feel unable
Ir ti *,rtAlrd and Mrs. Jack Davis Mr. and Mrs. Elam Gill and A+eIo1 If you are going through the yourself. You can feel bfttelebanlf&
I 4 .. don't despair. Do as Get gentle Lydia E. Ptnkham
had as Sunday guests Mr. and daughter. Mildred, attended the countless thousands of women Vegetable Compound today.
Mrs. David Mlzell and daughter Polk County Singing Convention '

t Lord of Ft. Winder also at Winter Jlavfen las 261 691 981 _7e "_,,_"/._med/cfoe___m___with_Me_penile- _KMM___LYDIA-__.__u_E._._PINKHAMDon't
Mr. arid Mrs. George Conley. weekend.

a d Mr. and Mr Pete Petersonand Three of Rev. Alex Hendry' . -
daughter Gail were visitors grandchildren have been visItlng -
of Myrtle and Sonny Ritch with him this week. The
jut week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert' Rawl Savings Is ByThe
Mr. and Mrs. David West from Tampa were visitors In _
I and diree children of Tampa the H. J. Boyd home over the
S visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Murphy weekend. '
Monday. Mr. 'and Mrs. J. Mrs. Robert Given a n d
W Williams also called In the Mark have recently returned
r mom In.. In the afternoon Mr. home after a month vacation. .. .
4 Murphy and Mr. Williams enJoyed They visited many points o.
Our Modem 'Eqirfpment( and a fishing trip to Punta interest throughout Florida.
SHOPARCADIA Gorda. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Douglas
Up-to-date Methods are com Mrs. L. Fennlmore Judle, have returned to their home Full
Jimmy and Ann spent Sundayin with their ne wdaughter Dana. Bag
,; bitted' with. VUgh' Qua'llity Ingredients Punta Gorda. Mrs. Mabl. Kinslow fixed a
i* .>* Mr. and Mr*. Paul Murphyand big birthday supper for her ,,
d e to Y.a"t son little Sammy spent twin daughters on Saturday
Sunday with Mr. and night Jackie Cassels
Mrs. and Gerry -
Dependable Service Sam Murphy. Daniels of Arcadia. All the ARCADIA
Mr. and Mrs. Norval Barger family" attended the supper. : !
CHRIST I visited in the W. W. Pritchett Mr. and Mrs. John Hand CITYWIDETHURSDAY, SALE DAYS
to Build Anything'Btiihflui home Sunday afternoon. from Sarasota and Mr. and
... -M M r.. Raymond Walker of Mrs. Leon Hand from Sun City .
I Clearmont spent "last Sundayand visited Mrs. Mary Boyd on
Monday with her parents Sunday afternoon.Mr. FRIDAY SATURDAY
And Supply I Co.'Everything Mr. and Mrs. Sam Murphy.Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hill,
., and Mrs. Hugh Long and Mary Frances and Eddie
and Wesley and Mrs. Fannie went to Avon Park to spend
Whidden spent Sunday with the day with Mr. Hills. two I

163 South Monroe Avenue ARCADIA. WA 8-2501 Mr and. Mrs. Gene Ritch and ..
lamil,. visited Mr. and Mrs. L JT. Prit-
--.L... Mr. and Mrs.V. W, PritchettTINSLEY'S tr chett and children in Arcadia t
: -
!Ilatu.d... .nl.hl.. -
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Th. community would like : }" .M''' !

It. "...w ... !'rx to welcome the Bill Kelly ..
family from Arcadia to this'
rommU llfo. They are at their
r new location: known as the M.
L. Smith home. The Smiths
IAi Sale Days have moved back to Arcadia.

FEED STOW Miss Alice for Tallahassee Nibbett left where Wednesday .

she will enroll at F.SU She
f Is the granddaughter of Mr. t'1yr
,, -
r f ..rd. r and Mrs. R. A .Wheeler. Miss
Nlbbett expects to return hone
I next Wednesday.

Mr Durwood Brown 'und r-
Wfnt surgery at Brwdenton
Hospital last Wednesday. Mrs.
YT Drown ,. the daughter of Mr.
1 rl CI and Mrs Sam Murphy who
/ FISHERM N'S was her last Sunday. She reported -
Clearance he was doing ok at
: SPECIAL that lime and hoped to be at
home In about 10 days.Also .
Wilson Football\ PURCHASE .ANY REEL AT
S : : due wishes, go out for
Outfit 'S.. l Sate LIST PRICE OF Mr. G. 71.'Mercer who Underwent -

!' ....' $5.95 OR MOREHelmet surgery at Tamp Gen
.'. ... AND GET A ROD enl Hospital, a week ago. Mrs.
Mask Betty Ash accompanied Mrs.
Baseball.Uniform I G H Mercer to visit with Mr.
B> Shoulder. Pads ,
Mercer: At that time he was
Regular $8.95 Volue Age 10-12 $COO doing o. k. and hopes to com

/: .- ..... .- include cop home Tn about a week. He willChrist.
: 3 In Stock .

J Regular 7.35 Value

; 10cyo OFF 4 -

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1 li :;" t.

A -- 1
i a ,9Wry + xtn

I Lawn Mower -- -.
I Special l ; -

-vlel ntuui:

., FINAL CLOSEOUT $ \V1tp... ..... Ise I*.
995 --- "":'-'a tr rte.ee
...w....... o. C-I'C
elise' a t. 1aa1N.
.......... ",7-r.rna fee.t
Dig 21 Inch Cut JE the bast pct rtl..n at .kjt
aswsw'TaJa yrcs'He tor*.
o 3 Horsepower ROPES aWte4 M* ail! <*M"B alt.
E SKI 1 ., slit w.Mk :a* IM. -

G t: Smart Stockmen know Heavy Duty Clinton FINAL. CLOSE: OUT so.ai s.rfw';... ...- ..

r wo carry o complete "f C Engine i From 2.DR 1s $10..9S.E 'S.I. Days sponsored by the D.Soto County Chomher :
Hue of GLOBE Veterinary Mere..h Di.sion; Give You of'o I : '
E E.Z- pun Starting' 20 to 51% en OPPOrtunity to .
J : Medicine. Special Low Frfce i i'sArcoda! Stotts.eeS _. Toic Ach..... et

$S9.t5, '?", .. ,ts. 4 R.dretae .. .. ..
f -
; -- Way tb Pay for
"TemJllnyd" P S You Purcheses >is u
.t l
,. Fly B..tTerromycta -A .. 1 : .. RUPERTSMITH With A DeSoto National Checking c'ceiint
t: Scours' I. ] AGENCYWA

ToMet* w ...

I. Do j Copsule, itiil I ,..Mil... Owf>M.WA AW ff.< 41

Flea m .IVwderM Remedy 4 y''s. Feed StateMNEXTTOTHE1.G.A.ONWESTMAQHOUAM iV S offal, : itwrwrr -** .. DeSoto National Bart

'Hue Lotion taare'-..esenwr
: 5- 4 t t 1 taaasanast,saat.esawr1..r MEMBER: Fedenoi I Reserve System.
: - Federal t Opost 'Insuronce Corp. -

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THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia. Florida, Thursday, July 30, 19G4 3-B

ARCADIA LIVESTOCK MARKET: Retail perous until after the Novem. or small can adopt and sw
Pine Level NewsEVA Trade her elections. adapt to his own particular
e (Continued frome What stores need to stress merchandising. I predict that'ret.IiUne -
ROSE HAQAX Livestock page now is the quality of the goods in this country hasa

) 1 Mrs. Ted. Eller and childrenof ReportJuly goes for discount houses; manyof they: offer and of the services bright future both near term'
Arcadia spent Wednesday these have gone out on limb they provide. The demand apolM'ars and long term for those concerns "
aDd Thursday visiting Mr.. that may not be able to hold to be turning much stronger that keep in tune with
. Tommy Putnam and children.Mr. them up too long under the toward quality and service the times and at least a step
i IJ.fi 22. 1961 weight of the bitter rivalry It has been a surprise tome ahead of the crowd.
OF DcSOTO COUNTY and Mrs. Ted Bridgewater that exists. It ..
feeling .
I my in fact, to learn how fara -- -- --- -
; :t "' : arrived Wednesday> from that many discounter will good many customers will
Los Angeles, California for a Slaughter Steers Stocker Steers
founder In the
period shead. drive to shop at a store where
visit with her sister Mrs. B. W. i
Stdn $15.00 Good $15.50tot1. 0 and that the field will even- the merchandise Is select and
1Ic.llinaswurth: Jr. and family.Mr Uty 13.00 Metl( 13.50 tually narrow to perhaps a the service personal and AMAZING LIQUID '
.and Mrs. Carl Cunningham dozen or so soundly operatedchains. RELIEVES PAIN AS ___ .
t were Sunday dinner guestsof Cut 11.50Slaughter Com 12.00 to 13.75 friendly I This might even Indicate IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY k

- Advertising Farm Equipment Mr. and Mrs. George Cun Inf 10.0O GOOD MARKETS FOR a swing back toward Now rvmov* "1-=.*mtwich >
ningham. HeifersStdn the smaller rmamM i raIWOT
Specialty ,
shops. O..
p..nd.ab below"
. ............ ....... ........ INTERNATIONALT..d.[ *.4 I IMcCm r.... Mr. and Mrs.. John Sellers $15.50 Stocker lie!fern Executives of PRODUCTS retail Hut the principles' lnvo; ed are -kin._G.IIM' r.aw.m ..I.! .ol..*.torSTUDENT ou.us.dwa.y_I....L.00 ...1 ..
._. .._ And4Y.y ._ organisations '
II. and of Ft.
TIle u fekTM tn sod baby Myers were Uty 13.50 Me d .
I a.r.2e9 w.a o.t I..1...- M.rdi.. fp._ I." $14.00 to $16.50 should! In something every retailer -big
1w.yaw WA '' weekend guests of his mother. keep mini .. .
ease.. > .. .. --- -
p. C l.t ====
94 iwrt*
Com --- -
........ --Hm.m. ...... Hmrttm Mrs. Marianne Sellers a n dgrandparents' Slaughter Cows 12.00 to 16.00 that today's buyers are probably -
c__.". JJ' w... O.k 10.0.P0. Inf more willing than ever to '
Mr. and Mrs. B. 11.00
.. .
WAM.I I.I.Furniture
Uty $12.50 to $14.00
Air Conditioning 1 W. llollingsworth Sr. buy high-quality goods, big- Wj !
Mr. Dick Yelvington of Bra Cut 10.25 to 12.00 Stocker Cows tag Items. It is certainly trueth.t ) :

denton the week with Can 7.0Oto 10.00Slaughter Mod consumer tastes are being
spent $12.25 to $14.75
1t fMMAl ILtCTniC -a_ AirSUM c- Stores his Mrs. Zula raised through superior edu.
--... ..nk.4 h Aw.dw grandmother Com 9.50 to 12.50 cation and more proaperou young
........._ 1'W_ 0... Williams. Hulls t Ii
conditions. Spendable I I.
. Inf 6.00 to 12.OO money
MM .
| *>* WAtav S71SI.Awnings cO""IT' _. N_ ............ .. Mr. Tommy Putnam visitedhis Uty $13.25 exceptionally plentiful In most
I ..... .. _.. .
. .-. ......p..1.__- -1_" II W.A..dl. .- parents in Greensville S. C. Cut 11.00 Stocker null parts of the country and buyer I.Regular
0.0 1_.. ....... w...... ...nll."o several days last week. Carl resistance is low in the face Me PRfffR SOX
and Ralph Putnam returned Can 10.00 Med $12.00 to $13.25 of superior wares. Luxury :!

I POM UKNISNIN6S ** home with their father after Com 10.00 to 13.00 $t.OO i
> merchandise Is already
IO- ._ .__ :.::: Slaughter Calve moving
, .o.TICTW" 1.5. v./w./ Ao
i ... .. .. .... Miy spending several weeks with easily and the be ::
-- WM- *. Mt rat. AMOS .p.w.N -. p- 8.00 to 10.00 pace may Special Pairs $1.49
...... their grandparents. Mr. and Good $15.75 to $17.50
hr w Wm1.y' ''' -''''- even smarter In coming i '.
'.. __'.
DMMb c-.I'....... 2M' "y W.w alt Sw. -owl. Mrs. Putnam.Mr. Shin 13.50 to 16.00 Stocker Calve months. The government will .
... ........ .. .
p. .4.1.Bottled and Mrs. James Mizell surely do everything It '
and three sons of Riviera Beach Uty ll.OOto 13.25 Good $14.00 to $17.00 can to keep thing possibly pros- Stevens 5O%! Polyester ::

Prescriptions visited Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Mi- Mod 12.00
to 15.00 I :
Slaughter Vralern Wash and
Gas zelle. Friday and Saturday.Mrs. hemorrhoids Wear ,.
n.uuto 13.00 Shrinks
Florence Wilaon and Good $IG.OO to $20.no001 I
..... BATtlY _.. Illf SchoolPANTS ,:
ACCy C..p.S4.d 10.00 to 11.50
Mr. W.
._ H. Messer of Mulberry
1. .d.1. .d A.y..l Stdn 1:1.00: to 16.50:
Without "
i&It.s pull A Mtaral .s pM... /!.: H.r. .:::1SWn. visited Mrs. Ora Lee Layton Surgery
.... ..n1. f0Md 1.IM 1.wk O.k 1..0-1..... YI.IJ.I.. Uty 12.00: Stocker Calve 100-230: ::
.-....-y. c_..... ... M for several days. Stops Itch-Relieves Pain .
'G..W.De'c Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kersey of (MINI $16.00 to $18.25 '.
200 ..... ........ ...... '
W.:0---;: : .::: WA .:.:. Miakkl Head spent Tuesday Met! 14.00 to 17.25 r. tI. U. ., icy
talk Us ae-
a NO telSaq..k.s.
with Mr. and Mrs.\ Jesse Ker- ; Sixes :
Printing ,..'.1Ii.. .1Iili' Is strlak Mow-
,1 '* sey. Cum 12.00 to 15.75., ... .. ....... ....-......' .

.- Building Materials Mr. Levi! Summeralls spent lilt 10.00 to 13.50 ..rwerl'r.t1..1.g la ...."afar'.. Sole.--.rM.tt.a Wtde.tlr _. J Ii\\ 11 ta 1S iIt :

VMS 0_ARCADIAN........... 000000.01.II4.d_ last week in Sarasota visitinghis i (.ke0kn) 1..k }lees M.Sa..eiaC55.11r..al1wars I ..

COMPItTR LlNI .. k.llde. -..1.L't Q..wlr It d.w.d. ..- w. 8-4$01. sister Mrs. Ellen Dunn. 022: head ot'enUle and calve in tho offering. Slaughter ..all',.............. ..... ....S./ .t..e..I..
k 143 .... ...... ..-. steers and heifers .50 t. l.OO bulls .,.._.... Ilk."PlU. h....road t.b. $4.45 :
.tAwM I'cunt'OWII > lower !
... PNw
.. "
( A. .r kl"* l" Tk* MI I I* k sow
w._ SUM.. Your Government scarce and calves .50 tt> l.OO lower. Stocker steers and ...|.1.| .....ta_ C Bt-Df*a-4l.." qwi ...
Ready-Mixed Concrete _..1'.1...*.. r._r kitl
i (ConUnued from page loon) h ifers steady to .50 higher cows steady und calves ......, ...TkU....ta......U kw....11..w. 'lIiIfl '

Dolomite i technical competence and administrative .50 to 1.00 lower. 76 J percent of the sale was stocker 18 I ..ual i.,...pp..U..w.....r..4.. 1i..t.w..rts At all dry .

.ai..a..DYoMtXID CONCa'T' .-... ability to assume percent cows and .50 percent of the COVVH IIlaoKhter.I malar*. I:
:: ::: : -.d --
C_ 1WVMe ....... 5411 _... this responsibility. Florida is BOYS IVY SHIRTSI
.. .
peatitTIuz15 .. .. ....... .... I --- -- --- ----------- ------- :
..;; 1.1. : A. W. 5.1101. one of only seven states which I .__ .u ___ h. .__
..... *..MM. .A... r'M..GWANi..i have demonstrated the qualifications The End Of f ASSORTIO COLORS ,1
a-44t .* w..... ....... for this great respon I ,

'., sibility. (The Continued American 1 from: people pace loon) GOSPEL QUARTETS Regular, $J.OO 'I'
Anxious as we were to assume
I Drugs Transportation Service this new role we did so had M big dOMf of this .... Special $2.69
mindful of the philosophy of ism over a lone period of ,haV.1 Appearing In Person at the if
Thomas Jefferson who has The radicals are now

COMniTf ... N ...... ..S..H... PSACI. -I'V''T._..MOV/NO.. ........AND..,., 5TOI.AGE. r..d. been credited with saying "He afraid that they will lose DeSoto Theatre, Arcadia Florida Boys Wranglers
_-. P,.. ...._ .._ I........ son. Iw 1..._. IS t..0 0.0 10... governs( best who governs oC the reins of power in the ;
"' -W....-... 5.1.11.J -Ie. Onoe 50... ..-. P0... w.- ....... I. w. Na.IE. I least." In this step therefore, United SUtes. They are afraid I Thursday Night 8:00 P. M. Sls.s 1
we propose by bringing the that they IUOIm.y be pushed 31.15 .
TV Sales & Service authority to control closer to out of Washington out of the, \. .,
Exterminators 1 1I I the people to make it more Justice U p rUnent. the Stated, August 6th $2:98 ,,.
Department and the National
-- adaptable to their needs and t
oott..D90N'S N..dw ..... ... more responsive to their wish Labor Relations lloard. They THREE OF FLORIDA'S } .,
t1. A0.wl T.V.. ... are resorting to the Wig Uel
TBOrrCAL TtSMITl I_. M 000 11
1w .M.t..a.. _CONTttCM...... .....alel.d. 0.-.. p1.. .,c--0. _0.0400S.0..0. The Nuclear Commission .Is Technique In the hope of cling TOP FLIGHT QUARTETS $3.49I \\\ .
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. .. ...1..w... _... M1-01 _..T. V. riorlda's response to the technological Ing to their power over the "THE -
American that
.. .. people a power
H..1... >..>..< k ** challenge of this age.I aw.
::::=.. aw CMck O. M In its exercise has cost*. the '
w P. have been thankful that *
tr1"i. ____-. -./. of LAKELAND Florida "White-Levis '.
American freedom at
Electric AppliancesTlMtSAL T.V. II !_ O.k 50..y M Mw 100.., we have equipped ourselves on people '.
...... .-.. the state level to read and Interpret home and security abroad. "THE Blue Jeans .: ':
n I the strange language of School Pants ,.
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CLICTSIC -A..1. the nuclear physicist and keep Fight PLANT
Poverty CITY
1'F( W- O.k $I..0. In Abundance e '.
r.... Tree Service ourselves Informed of techno '
logical 1 developments so that (Continued frome page loon) "THE TEMPOS"of .. 'V1
we can be alert and prepared territory for the welfare and .s"
Office Supplies I. SUMCOAST Till UIVCITai." ... to meet competition from other benefit of all. BRADENTON
[ _*.>..... --.. ...-..... slates .and to transform Yes. I know the world has ADAMS :!
=1 ..ow. .. .00 00000. ...- ....... best Jevet< >menU into tangible changed. Things are' different TICKETS NOW ON SALE ATKOCH'S 1' ,
.e. Alt Too. 'er icc wrrtitt BCCJ1, .... .
projects which will be of today Men are poverty stricken '
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the people of Florida. own. but let's. help. them to !
I marvel at the future. help themselves, maintain their --- .
self respect- and dignity and ADVANCE Adults $1.25 29 W. Oak St. WA 8-6471
lUdicule Is the first and last revive In their ....... the faith I
argument of fools. Charles and courage that their. forefathers |: TICKETS Children .50 ARCADIA, FLORIDA g ie i:
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.B" 'Ti"iAncADiAJi.> : Adl'; ; ; Florida. I ,' T..u..iay.. July <10."T .

I ,.,,; News From 'OwensMRS. MRS.News MABRY MURPHYMrs. From land Ranch One at Myakka City News From Ft. Ogden I

Lettie Conger and Carol Wednesday.
RAY STROBLE is now recovering nicely and Mr. E. L. "Bus" Johnson from Norman Park Ca, were Mrs. Eva Jane Albritton and ors, Mrs. Evelyn Wra\
: The Bus Johnson family returned feeling some better after undergoing and son Michael drove to Bra guest cf Mr. and Mrs. Donald girls visited Mr\. and Mrs.\. Curt MRS. VERA COLLINSWe day of this Keen of daughter Joan left Ttiur
denton Mercer and Youngblood, Mr. and Mrs. Carl returned home last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Bethel .1V
home about noon from surgery recently at Friday morning on a children last week. Miss Mary of last week to return to, '. ,
business trip and to make arrangements A dinner was given in the Harley and Mr. and Mrs. Dil- after spending last weekat Fort Myers ''I'
General Hospital. She Sat- in Rolling 1IHK ,
vacation at Lake Pla- Arcadia last home :
ten t '
a day Reuben
Ion and Mrs. Mae\ Al- Stevens: and '''
for Michael to attend honor of Mrs. Lettie Conger Murphy Englewood Beach. We hada '
cid. Visiting them Monday at hopes to be released to return Manatee Junior College and Carol at the home of Mr. britton Wednesday and Thurs wonderful time, but are glad: urday. after visiting relative he' ,
been Velma .
the lakes were the Bud Oil- home by the middle of this this fall. and Mrs. Jim Mercer l last Sun to be back home. Miss Mary Stevens has Mrs. Daughtret, 'MI
lefts and Ray Strobles. The week. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Boggecn day. Those attending" were Mr. day.Jack and Mabry Murphywere Rev. and Mrs Jessie Gil- en the sick list for several be days.feel Nette and Collins Mrs. Mrs.eGorgia Moll.',, illns ( ,
men went fishing In the after- Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Sapp of Ft. Ogden were here Sunday and Mrs. James Hall and boy in Tampa on business breath carried Miss Barbara Ve hope he will soon visited Rev. and Mrs 11'7'
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nocn while the women enjoyed spent the weekend here with afternoon for a visit with of Arcadia, Mr. Cynthia Boat- Thursday. Waters back to her home in ing much better. Zolfo Q.
a visit and some swimming her parents Mr. and Mrs. their daughter, Mrs. Jim Brewer right and girls from Tampa, Mrs. Lela Harrelson and Fort Meade Monday.Mr. Mr*. Estha Elsworth. Kay Best in Springs last Fri,
with the girls. Rev. and Mrs. George Summeralls and fam and family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mercer Lamar were in Avon Park on and Mrs. Vernon Collins and Linda:: Sue Croy are spending day.Charlie
Dow Durrance, of Wauchula, ily. We ware glad to have her Bob Brewer, younger son and children and the honoreeand business Wednesday. and children and Miss Sylvia : a few days at EnglewoodBeach visited Daughtrey Mr. ol Punta
of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. Baldy Albrit this week. Gorda and Mrs l L.
visited Tuesday afternoon. in our church Sunday morning, the hostess and family. Lanier spent the weekend visiting last
Everyone: in this section is also glad to have Merle Summers celebrated his third birthday The Oak Grove Baptist ton and Ronnie attended a relatives in Clearwaterand Mr. and Mrs. Nell Sheridanand O. Sunday even.
thankful for the good rains we !Is attend Sunday morn- Saturday afternoon at a party Church will begin Vacation Bible birthday party at the home of St. Petersburg.Mrs. children of Nocatee spent ing.Miss: Dianne ,
have been getting the last two ing. Ills' wife and childrenwere at his home. School Aug. 3rd. They will Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johns of Vernon Collins. Debbie Sunday with her mother Mrs. Boggcss WH)
or three days. in Sunday school and he After the group played sev- have preparation day on July Sarasota. Ronnie stayed for a and Charlotte, stayed for a Ola Croy and family.Mr. honored a birthday The Woman Missionary SocIety Joined them later' for the eral) games, the birthday gifts 31. Rev. Crowell, pastor extends few days visit. few days longer visit. They Henderson Durrance last Thursday at her home
held a study course last preaching hour. were cpened by Bob with the a welcome to all the REVIVALThe plan to be home on Wednes- spent a few days last week with her family.
Tuesday, taught by Mrs. Janice Miss Louise Johnson who aid of excited guests.Punch children in the community to Rev. E. E. Ernest, pastor visiting: Mr. anJ Mrs. Merle On Saturday Miss Peg:::::\
Brewer, studying the book has also been attending sum and cup cakes with attend. of Northside Baptist church -- Durrpnce in Tampa and Mr. and Bogcess took Dianne ne!KK:> .
Spiritual Life Development.The mer school left here Tuesday lighted candles were served to Donald Murphy and Mr will be the evangelist for the and Mr. and Mrs. M. Murphyand Mrs. David Durrance and family to Tallahassee to visit FSi
meeting was held In the of last week to spend a couple each guest. The punch was Mac Albritton Visited Mrs. Ina Revival at the Ona Baptist children and Mr.\. and Mrs. in Oneca. He returned home where Dianne plans to cm .I u!
pastorum with a covered dish cf weeks at their cottage at served In pastel colored cups Murphy and baby at Arcadia Church beginning the week of Doc Albritton enjoyed a week Saturday.Mr. this fall.
with each child's writtenon 'th. end of and and Mrs. Eston Smith 01 Mrs. Roberta Thornton .nd<
lunch served at the church Lake Placid before returningto name General<< Hospital and brought August fishing swimming
picnic shelter. Seventeen women her school duties at DeSotoHigh. his cup. them home Sunday. Mr. and Mr. James Taylor at Englewood.Mr. Nocatee, Mr. and Mrs.. Jet David are vilstinjt Mr. and
were present and eight The party was attended by Mr. Mabry Murphy and cf Opolocka vistcd<< their uncle and Mrs. L. F. Hines and Smith of Punta Gorda. and Mrs. Albert Thornton at Englewood -
children. All expresesd thank Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Garner the following: Walt Brewer, Gene and Mr. Ina Murphy and and aunt Mr. and Mr*. George children of Ft. Lonesome visited Mrs. Hattie Reid and Merry Beach this week.Mrs .
to Mrs Brewer for the interesting drove to Lakeland Saturday Melanie Boggcss, Stephan Gil- children were In Arcadia on Taylor over the weekend.Mr. his parents Mr. and Mrs. cf Cleveland visited Mrs II. B. E-tta Lanier and her
way in which she presented evening on a business trip. lenberg, Kevin Sheller, Debbie business Thursday. and Mr. Wayne Allen Fleming: Hines Wednesday, Reid recently. sister Jane Gibson ot Tampa'
the study. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson Platt Rick and Stevie Bog- George Murphy of Manatee have bought a new house trailer. Friday and Sunday.Ed Friday night July 31st there spent 10 days at Indian Rocks
Rev. and Mrs. Dud Olllett went to Lakeland Sunday gess, Shawn, Anita and Leesa visited relative and friends Also Mr. and Mr*. Fleming Murphy attended the races will be a covered dish supper Beach.
left late Tuesday afternoon for afternoon to visit hte father Johnson, Michelle Garner here Tuesday and Wednesday. Hines have enclosed their at the Bradenton Sarasota and hymn sing at the Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Ben Williams
an over night visit with their S who Is a patient in the Lake- Teresa arnett Lorri Mlzelle Butter John of Sarasota porch with Jalousies.Mrs. Speedway Friday night. church. Everyone is invited to were in Jupiter last Tuesday
parents the Sr. Gllletts and land Hospital.Mr. Cheryl Garner; Mrs. Calvin was visiting Ronnie Albritton Jerl Bunt and Buster Mr. and Mrs. John Payne attend. visiting Col. and Mrs. Art Williams. -
Massengale) In Parrish returning Gene Morton and bro Boggess. Mrs. Lamar Gillen- last week. cf Tampa visited Mr. and Mrs. and boys of Bradenton visited Mrs. Velma Daughtrey David .
here Wednesday af- ther Gary were visitors in Tam- berg, Mrs. Dan Shelter Mrs. Mr. and Mr. Jack Murphyand Harry Smith over the week their parents Mr. and Mrs. Daughtrey and Mrs. Eve- Mrs. Jenny Leppola and her
I, Sunday making the trip by Ira Bogges, Mrs. Luther Barnett girls. Max and Linda Tripp Carl Harley and Mr. and Mrs. lyn Wray were in Key West husband from Ft. Myers! v-,
ternoon.Friends{ of Mrs. E. H. :Ut- .car pa and returning late Sunday Mrs. David Mizelle, and visited Mr. and Mrs. AI Gar- end.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Murphyand Mabry Murphy and children last Tuesday.Mr. Ited Mr. and Mrs. Den Will-
tie are glad to hear that she evealng.. Mrs. Felton Garner. wood Billy and Helen. .at Rut girls, Max and Linda Trlpp Sunday. and Mrs. Homer Sail iams Sunday evening.
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) 1959 Rambler Wagon < 395.00 40% Discount I

LEFEBVRE 1962 Chcv. Impala was$2295 Now $1995.00 !
1960 Ford Wagon $695 00
,t ELECTRIC SERVICE I PS PB R & Htr. PG Air Conditioning j

Mafftison Motors, Inc. COMPANY 1 1960 Falcon 2 Was Dr., ::9 GPI.5 Now 5795.00 I''

t,) FORD. _Sales_ ..and_Service__ __.__._._ _._ WA. _.!871_ __ 25 West Magnolia_Street -_____._ __. _. ____________ ___ See our other used car_ _specials_ ..elsewhere. in this issue.
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i 30 Gallon Glass Lined Automatic Water Hater CITY-WIDE SALE DAYS Transistor Miniature PORTABLE

,,1 : Regularly Priced at $2.98 Complete With External Regular $24.9S

'' DeSoto Gas I I CHENILLE BEDSPREADS Hearing Speaker Aid Arcadia SPECIAL Sales Days i i I

: J Regular I $8900 Earphones and $ .95 i ii !

i Sale $44.50 ON SALE Carrying Casa I '7
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I i Y I A rc adR a dTV Service I

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Gr..ns Fuel oal.r Phon. WA 8.4501 121 Oak Street
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t BUY YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGE AT OUR .00 I All Items In Entire Store On Sale. Same

I' i NEW DRIVE.UP WINDOW F R E E A $20 VALUE Merchandise Will be Sold Under Cost .1.

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'Chilled 1 ADMIRAL Television or Air Conditioner : Wi
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2 i I Fr Soft r'rinks PACKAGE STORE i t! The Fabric Shop
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Wines and Liquors s. Monroe at w. Mo.noUa t : ,
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"W 1.6421 11 EasDonaldson t Oak Street Telephone ding! _
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J 1.Lavatories Commodes 'I 1 E PJ OF ALL KINDS d HERSHEY .'
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THE ARCADIAN. :Arcadia Florida. Thursday July 30, 1964 _. 6-B I

In learning; the bade ()()kJft
Service In ; JIIlIII HW.. They want to Mr. and Mrs.Stanley Nicholson -

Rapid StridesEXTENSION .fc,.M foods Mwentiat+ for good Ft. Winder News Kelli and were children the-Sunday Keith dinner and

health and how to cook vege guests of his parent Mr. and*
d The SERVICE Extension work in DeSoto DeSoto County In 1937' after trusted friend. I.-.ae- tables.. ELLEN NICIIOLSON her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dill Mrs. P. S. Nicholson, of Area
Y extension rapid strides made by was begun shortly after it wastnstttutcd moving here with her family ity as a valued flHs .4 r work in the nation Home in the nation in 1914. Her husband Is a retired Army Demonstration SaWNkt MSB carve' mtcrvst in home construction Grande, visited Mr. The residents of this community
will be brought demonstration work in
before the of clothing. Women .
public DeSuto officer, and her two sons are Kat McLeod. Friday. welcome Dr. and Mrs.
County is 10
this month years are intcrevtotl In the
as agents best.The use andcare George Ilartman home
everywhere old. having been begun in both 4 II Club members. Vfarirta Mrs. Albert Darn-
celebrate president of mv matrlaU, name! eight months In !UII 08 SHIIE
the stay Ari-
Golden '
1954.The How did Home Demonstra State College for Women and and dt-sri'0 1 1'1 ions of (fabrics sole Ft. Ogden visited Mr. sona.
Anniversary of Agricultural< first home demonstration tion Work begin in Florida Miss Harris the Home Eri>- *tion of patterns and materials Oscar llarnwell Sun. .S
1 Extension Service during the agent was Mary Bennett Believe It or not. it all began nnmics department head\ho and colon, that are becoming ...>n. d
)I month of May. followed by Virginia Holland, back in 19O8 in Ocala witha gave the first demonstr U"". to ouch individual.As Mrs Oscar Darn- re.arl
- Lester Hatcher county agent, and in 1957 by the demonstration on creamed held
present a number of eMfeffcnccs Florida' gains new population In Tavros. Fla. Sun
and Mrs. Posteile Dawsey have agent Mrs. Postelle Dawsey. eggs before the Florida State concerning Extension tsielF td5. oath day Home Demonstration I'I also visited his
ill scheduled many county-wide Mrs. Dawsey a native of Alabama Federation of Women's Clubs. Soon a request came for some Work must extend its Lav to Lou in Lady
programs for the 4 II Clubs and attended Kerry Collegein The head of the Department one to do "some dememtrnt-' rcaih In furnishing useful Information .
- for adult groups as they seek Georgia, and did graduate of Home Economics of the ing for the governor..tt." Miss ti> the people who Mrs. Everette 1\11-
to bring educational information work at the University of Florida State College for Wo- Harris volunteered her services. iietxt and want it, when they ( in Sarasota \Wednes 1 i
> to every doorstep in De Alabama. She first worked in men gave the demonstration.She free, and used a horse and buggy need It. and in a form they 15. NOW !
Soto County. Durmli.gh: Alabama, and later gave such a good one to travel: over Loon Gbunty. can understand. and use. |I Mr. and Mrs. Kat. '
of I in \ttC'mb, Mississippi.She that Club women in Palatka Thus it was that the head of Originally conceived<< as a U her daughter, Mrs.I
took; up _her duties in and Ocala invited and paid her the department of hornet ceo service to rural families Home of Massachusetts. 11 RACES 8 10
REAL ESTATE -- expenses to their home towns nomics of FJS.C.W. bveama the Dfltu.n.traUonVork In FlorIda II oscar Darnwell left NIGHTLY P. M.
to give a series of lessons first .. ---
) on Home .nonetr.tionnt totlav reaches as many urban night on a trip to
See Us For REMOVEWARTS ([ cooking. /in Florida and in Leon Countyin as rural families. Flori and Illinois where
I Shortly thereafter the homo 1912. da's rapidly Increasing population -,i I visit relatives. 2:00MATINEES
Good Buys economics head took a leave of Not long afterward, arrangements especially, In urban and .11. Curry and son Dill
! ,, absence to study Extension were made to vtitploy suburban areas, has brought a I .. for a few days How to liven SATURDAYSEASON
.I HOMES methods at Columbia Univer several Home Demonstration largo demand for specific' I Miami. upa
and i I I sity. She returned with the agents in the state. skills and Information. The I Mrs. David MUell
BUILDING. SITES word that there was developing Today there is an lncrresedInterest Homo Demonstration. programIs Lorrl. were the lunch boxMastcha.eeepralmost
GROVES ACREAGE Amazing Compound Dissolve a kind of Extension work In the use of money handling these numerous dinner guests of her CLOSES
Common Warts Away for country girls called ""To- and time. Many homemakerswork and varied requests by wideruse Mr and Mrs. Jack Da any
LEWIS AMBLER Without Cutting or Burning mato Clubs." away fr.m home. Others of press radio television kind of sandwich taste new and AUG.
Doctors warn picking or scratching Tomato Clubs wonderful wh.n you use Krf1 Sand.' 6
helped to open have small children and are exhibits leader training andspecial Mrs. J. A. Daugh -
Realtor 20
for Years
at warts with ,,
may cause bleeding Spr.a4. Now In
I ( the a handy new
for the Home Demonstration
Associate preadinff.. Now amazing Compound way unable to get hired help. interest groups. family. returned home wldoutetl 1
W* penetrate into warts agent to enter the These women want to know a two weeks trip AIR| CONDITIONED
HUGH ;.f. MARTIN de.troya their cells' actually melta home and meet the mother In how to use laborsaving devices and Mexico. While In row COMPORTSARASOTA
warts away without cutting or the home. The Home Demonstration easilycartxi for clothing Treat your car to a safety visited Master Ser- KRAFTSandwich
burnln<<. '-.inle.. colorless agent who entered modern foods. and cleaning aids checkup before leaving on your Daughtrey and
SO South DeSoto Avenue .
I' Compound, used as directed first by the garden gate and to streamline their home duties trip, says the Peninsula Motor I Port O'Connor and
Phone WA 9 1SO1 removes effectively.common I Knave no wart ugly safely brought useful knowledge<<'ed- so they! can take proper*taro Club. AAA. Studies show that Srheafer of San An Spread KENNEL CLUB
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i acar8.j ed in that garden soon was invited of their families. "vthide failure plays a large'!II .w. i* U.S. 41 sot
Inside the home as a Women are also Interested rein.. highway mUhaps. | Garner visited Brsdonten ReadS

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LUhIG: And BuW ifhese Specials 1 t1 ..wr

I ;; I r-;!;;; ; -Carper Tire Service I I Commodore .,.. SHOP 'N SAVE VARIETY

t 21. N. (Brexord WA 9-5311 b''
Yo o ConVenient. B. F.'Goodrich Dealer ELECTRIC ADDING MACHINE 7D) ,, S

9 column Compact Credit Balance 1 Q .,..

Arcadia Sale I Days Specials I 2 Multiplies color Ribbon and, Subtracts Adds ;::4 Big SCATTER Assortment RUGS

Regular $144.50 Special I Sale I PriCO $109.50
6.70-15 Tubeless I N 095jNEW On Sale I 99e
'7.50-14 Blackwall L Y 7 Arcadia Office Suppliers Three Days ..

'L_* WITH RECAPPABLE TRADE-IN: OR. $3.00 I 130 West Oak Street WA 9.2841 SHOP'N SAVE 133 W.st Oak Str..t ARCADIA

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y -'nAuiiUAft
Antique Kit $3.55
'z 1964 VALIANT V-100 TWO DOOR
I' s '" Give Your Furniture that "Antique Look" without Low Mile. and SALE DAYS /JI
; ', removing old point or varnish. Transferable Warranty PRICE
I I 11 I I Comes In 8 soft, muted color combinations. Regular Price '

I + I I Each kit contains: $))895.oo J S1695.OOSee

FtATHtRPROOF TICKIY41., IMH Kit ....ul ln*< 1 Pint Astl/v. ..-..t '" s/I..t AM/".. Cls OI....
I r r taiN-N-DIJCit DED PILLOW "'. Inert BrtMU Brw H Litlfrs* Cl..* U.tl. Ol.... ....4....? our other used car values I during I Sales I Day
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I Wceklcy ARCADIA Furniture SALE DAYS Co. ski 4% A I i" R tWA"p i .4Aj Furnaces: Boring Auto Company

I i I >.4NW'."" '" 0' CHRYSLER :
Frl. A s.LI Until 7700
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l ". BREAKFAST Regular S1J29 Wceklcy :
I SPECIAL Our Price 79c "" 25 Furniture Co.

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Automatic Limit TwoArcadia ,.
Value NI..M. UMII 750e ". M. ,-

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{' Men's Sport Shirts 1 Cuttom Lined CARRIER AIR CONDITIONER
'' : 7ftC BTU Room Air Conditioner' .
JU,uleHy S1.S9 Woter .
I'' t't THREE 88c rUpeltontRubber Uned Game Pooch ft9..f.rfy $9." f ...ukr. rk. $175." Sale Price $15f.iO :

r \CLOSE OUT SPECIAL- one Per Customer .

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This Series Of Church Pages Is Brought To You., Each Week Through The Cooperation Of ,These Public Spirited Business

People, Who Believe That The Church Represents The Greatest Forcd In Every CommunityNocatee


Cltlao Service Product SUNDAYSunday Th. ".v. JIM "_I.. v..... Robarts Grody Funeral Home
MoatGroe.rte.. Ice Bait School: 10:00: a.m. SUNDAY I
14 Hour Amoulane. ..nl .
Fishing Tackl Morning Service 11:00: ajruTirURSDAY I:.OO ajn. Choral Eucharist

Nocat., Fla. WA 0-8H1 j7f 10:15: a.m. Holy Communion 103 N. Brovard Av. WA 804101Bill's
Y.T.E. 7:30 pm. u 10.15; a.m. Sunday School
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7:30:: pm.WEDNESDAY Evensong

7 9 a m. Holy Communion
Gulf Naval Stores Company Texaco Service

SUNDAY Oil c...'.... Minor' Roils.
N oca: to*. Florida Sunday School 1O-OO *.... .
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THE CHURCH OF CHRIST Reap TI. Oraorl.o Hay 7 a Bale
Morning Service 11:00: ajn.
WEDNESDAY Corner Hlekery and WMdden I.a .. Brevard Arcadia WA 8-0211

Prayer. Service 7:30: pan. .. 1 N.u SUNDAY
nib! School 10:00: ajn.
Morning Worship 11:00:
Daughtrey Plower & Gift Shopby Evening: Worship 0'3O: p.ajn.... Arcadia Abstract & Title

Caroline WEDNESDAY Company, Inc.
Flower For All OccasionsWlr. FORT OGDEN BAPTIST Evening: Diblo Study 730: pjn. Abetr..t* and Title' lneurft
CHURCHRev. W. Invlta YOU to
Servle worship .
Koch Bids. WA 04 lTh
44 S. DoSot Av*. Arcadia WA 4-4341 J. N. Ollbreat with us. .* ..r"... Yu N. t 4. *
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.... When V.**, Need .It*

Training Union 1:30 J: p.m.
Evening Worship Tao: 'pjn. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF OOO
Van Petten & Son WEUNKSDAYPrayer SUNDAY
Sc&rvt*.. 7JO: p.m. Sunday. School 9r4A: a.m. Harrison & Evers

Funeral Home y .- .- Morning Worship 11:00: ......
14 Hour Wrecker Srvle.
toe .. Oak Street WA 0S841Laishley &..*_..IUII. Sorvtc 7JO: pjn.WEDNESOAY P. O. Ben 771 Araadla.. Florida. '
SOUTHSIDE BAPTIST : Day Phone WA 4701 NlgSta WA 0-1071
CHURCH Prayer. and Praia Sorvlc ... WA S-4171

South Hlllebrufh AvonwoOfflo North 7.30CALVARY: ......
Ph. '-14.', Re*. 0.0240

Farm Service, Inc. .SUNDAY -
Sunday School 9:43 a.m.
Your "PURINA" Dealer Dob Turner Standard StationMary
( Morning\ Worship 11-CO ..m. BAPTISTCHURCH
Garden and Farm Supplle. Training Union 6IS:
p.m. Carter ".1"..
24 ..Brovard Arcadia WA 0-6121 Evening Worship 7:30 pjn. Baptist Church Hlshway 70 last
Taylor .t. Punta Oorda NE 2-5171 WEDNESDAY Rev Ordon Rl..*. Pastor East Oak St. 'WA 0-1411
Mld-Week Worship 7:30: pjn. SUNDAY

Sunday. School 0:43: sjn.Morning .
Worship IOO: ..m.
Training Union/ S3O: p....
Sunny South Packing CompanyArcadia NOCATEE CHURCH OF COO Evening Worship 7JO: pjn Christ Building Supply Co.

SUNDAY : North Hillsborough Ave. WEDNESDAY. .
Florid Sunday..School 10/00: ..... Prayer ttervic 1JO; BJM. "Everytnlns T. Build AnythtnsT
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"e Morning Worship : a. ._ .. ; ;. 6k ...., .. ',
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Evening: Worship 7:00: p.... v "';1'.1' WA 0.f40/ \> ** ..
TUESDAY _," ?....,... .t, w.pf'' -" "" ,'( BETHEL MISSIONARYBAPTIST

Prayer. Servtew 7:30 pjn. WilY ME? As Jrsus healed' a man He was asked' CHURCH

Smith's X-Cel Store THURSDAYYoung 2nd Corinthians.*: *.or all things aro Iho question, Who sinned', this man or
Poepl Service 7:30: p m.NOCATKC lass Cyproo ..
for your sakes, that the abundant grace his parents Jesus said: "neither but
North Av. 'Inc.
Rotor Termite
........._ Tropical Control
Feed Ranch uppll05addl. might through the thanksgiving of that God would be IIlorlll..d.SomrUme ." 8UNUAY

Halter Bridle many rebound to the glory of Cod. trials come our way becauseof ttunday School 0-43 am. Hem Owned and Operated
WA S-4201 117 W. Magnolia Paul teaches In his writings that all sin. but so very many times It is for turning Worship II.-OO: ..... OMrnt.*dJ Past CsntroSoMI/ .
BAPTIST things are for our sakes. So often when our sakes that the abundant grace EvooinaWorship' '7JO: pjn. L..4 and lnurd '*
SUNDAY CHURCH trouble, pain or sickness comes our might through tho thanksgiving of WEDNESDAY: 13 N. ,..Ik 11..41. ,WA M.4I

Sunday. School S-43 ..m.. way we are prone to cry out in anguish many rebound to the glory of God. prays Sorvlc 74O: pjn.BROWNVILLE .
,Bill Hirt, Distributor Morning Worship ll-OO: ajn.TraUUog *whyT In this verse we! find that tho If we have faith that God so much desires
.f Union 445: pjn. abundant grace Cod gives to us might we have we can feel I as tho great
SEALTEST DAIRY PRODUCTS Evening Worship 7.45: pjn. through our thanksgiving rebound to Apostle Paul felt when he penned the BAPTIST J & M Farm Market

"Cet Th. Boot Get Sea ..." the glory of C<1d. Here! we also find tho words we find In Ilornana 824: For w*> CHURCH J...... and Mildred Lftono*..*r
Homo Delivery word many denoting to us that there know that all things work together. .. for SUNDAY Garden Frh v..tolo. *. "
22S S. Hlllsboreoah WA 0-3722 are those who do not give our thanksgiving .- good to them that love God. to them Sunday School :c )O .... Frh Fruitsrows.' .A ShruioRowl

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. to God for the overflow of grace who are the railed according to .Ills. Morning' Worship, 1100ra.: 17 BwtH Ardl'F.orM*

Sfcoppard Bryan lie gives to us. purpose. Training Union $30 pat.Evening .
N. Pl> A Hickory Worship 7:JO P'".
Peace Rfver Moving & Storage SUNDAY WEDNBIOAYrrsyr

Sunday. School 93 ajn.Morning A Ilible study. 730: pj Arcadia Seafood Market
L**051 and Long Distance Moving)
Anywftor Anytlm Worship HtXl: ..m. e' .. ... ,
Training Union 6:4S p.m. Mr. CalMorli. M.* Owner. *, .
X* E. Oak St. WA 0-4 tOI Evening Wnrrhlp ..00 p.... All Mind*of Ftah Sod So. rood. .In Son
CHURCH 114 W. Ok ..-.*
M*"r** ash WMdd BAPTIST CHURCH LATTin DAY SAINTS ........... -.. Full 0..... ...

Courtesy .f Yr) Sunday. MM 10:00: a. m. (MOmbo..f tit. ........* Sunday A, .."School. Woman 1000 Club a. as, Mayday n.nool. I0OO ajn.Morning General' Equipment' & MotorCo.Joitn .

Friendly Shell DealersW. MomKy and Tuxty MM Bptl C*..,.....*.) Srr mnl Mooting. COO PJN. Worship. 1I sick. SJM.Prayev P. 'c"Je..M.. ..... 0.....*
for "A
NOCATKC METHODIST 7:50: m. ..... Carts flood p,..... ......." ..
Aloo Handle Fame*. GoodearTiro CHURCH first Friday. Mass ft:3d: pjn. t2S North) Hili. .* A" Xvsngutl NnNe 1.JO: .... Farm sd Industrial B.ulponontloo
and .....r... SUNDAY Ar *dl'*. FI.Nds.. -- .. .."'... .Retail.ReiKal *. Lol*.
14 B. Mnr.. Av.. Ar .dU WA 9II
Sunday School IfrOO ..... (Wevfcly 8>tM ful < ot S.r -fa**) CHURCH OP THe NAZARINCNortM

Morning Worship 1I_ ajn. MT. SPHRAIM BAPTISTCHURCH SUNDAY Polk sad Ol.**.
Youth Service 1:18:: P'". SUNDAY TRINITY METHODIST
DeSoto National Bank WEDNESDAY: Sunday School .43 a. .... Sunday IUh. ..l .,43 ajat, CHURCH
hays Betvee.).7:30: Bias. (I. 0....) Morning Worship' IIOO a. m. MorsUag Worship II 1 OO a J*. Writ O.k ... e/ Or.**. Avo.Rev. Meyer Radiator: Service/

Of ArdlBorvln SUNDAY Training valor 0 JO p. m.X N.Y.r... aM pam.C4Ug Rvo.*.d) Mayas O.*,...4o4l Radiator. Cloonlnoj 4\
*} D....* Ce "'ty With Sunday Worship School !..OO..*aas.atomJnT a am.Traiitmjr .....,ln*; Worship T.3G p. ... E...+uag .......... 190: pm.TUFJlDAY *UXDAY RepolrlA. Pick Up sad Del Ivory tp
Pt..S .o pip.z&a.s WEDNESDAY Pr.,., Mootlajj Worship ||_ aJB.MYr O.. Slooti No. *f Cab Rlda. Cmss4sryATTEND
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Warship ::IO.sua. Myer Sf*vling and ,..... 730:: p.... nsawn: .
CM Map. S.,*.. l. Villa Rio) WEDNESDAY: > WEDNrffOAYlrsyr Evening Worship 7>OO .'.
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Lefebvre Electric Service Co. zcNJag rrayorFIRST ....arvMo7A0 THE CHURCH OF YOUN
BIble Krfeoof S-4S am. CHURCH OF OOOR
Eleotrt ...pno. S.!** 4s 6.rvb.Ma. *) MoraJng. Worship 10-43 am. .j CHOICE EACH SUNDAYKIWANIS
A Pomp Ropetr Junior Church 1S-4J *...
SUNDAY 0... ..,...
n W. ........* WA 0-441 TaO MM.*** SJ9 pjn.K. CHURCH CLUB JJ
..*JnT Worvtttp 7 JO PAS.W11UNlla Sunday WnMa Krnaal 1.ISO OO a..SB.Mnrntor .... P_ ...,... S. La..... Ps 04 WA S.51SUNDAY PR.0BVTBRIANCMURCM
Prey.r s.rne. TraaM. V.... 93* av m. SIS .. KI.beey M. ........ DrorodcMt. t3* aas.fkMhdUy .....
Op. M1.
E...... W1M am. SATURDAY $.tw rl. 116 SJM.M .'
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First Federal Savings& Loon WEDJIfEBDA ..... U 6c..1 +r.to g .--.. tl asm.
Association: of DeSoto County' Prayer ..r.>.. 73O p. a*. 11:50: .*... ........, Zemi.g ......,... 7a Par Sunday. School B-43 sjn Ebersole Publishing Co.,. Inc.
I. Aroodln At Tfc St.. a* Tn .>$ a.iuf ...... II as Pray** Mooting 7.3B p.m. Morntn) Worship lljSS) a mEsaag I 207 foe Wet Oak Btrrri
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a1JxnAYilAsady .......r tiitu M I4MO a.... MITHOOIST CHURCH
.--.. tut ...... ....... Wusb&p !!M6 a. n.METHODT MIAMKAMETHODIST *... L w. CoOory. PoolerHundty Arcadia Drug Store
Arcodsa Hardware ....... ........ t1aM am.3ervtr. CHURCH ....... I.M a *. .MT. PtEASAITT BAPTISTCHURCH I

.. ?.J6 pa.Tr1rfl1E8taDAT ... PINS .vIL ,.." L. W. CoOorl, Pae.*, Mors ag ._..w./ .. ||_ son.IfeM I Onry T-., Boa I
Aroodl*. rtortd* CHURCH .....,. 73 J ...
hays x-u.c 7 $ .... 3rd -saday K ... ....... ......, ftWfcaaC f a-**. J7UDAYCsde ........., tad BundU/ .. WA 01441Auto .' ., A t asdka. Florida

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Pin Point Restaurant ,Wittlftt Electric, Me0 "S "ar .Sorrerfc Bros. Pod ng Co., Inc:. DovJt u .L Ports CempotiyAo4

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Sale Days July 30-31 Buns 2 3 9" .- DRINK 3 46:-8 9 CarAks

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; / MID-SUMMER ow irtr TomatoJuice 6 89c
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CW .r Miracle Whip Spam :/ :

I i! 'p .qt. 49c '120%. 3 9c ".oj-; .. '

,rt', i Jar Can .
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J .1 Chuck Steak Ib.49cj j INSTANT

;; Chuck Roast Ib.59c.l:

n/v+ /,1 i i "ti .,f S c u r r. BONELESS( ] .r lTSiK1 Coffee f f 1/

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I :, :cA 2 a 49C BEEF CIDER VINEGAR *. 23G
JET PUFFEDMorsJimojIIows .
.b"'( SALT WHITEBACON CANNED HAM 3 c."$319 |10 t:. 19e

'Ib..39'FROZEN' .
LyUt New SfNlfJ..ti & I 15 01.
i Meat Balls 2 C.M 49

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f r Meat,' Pies I- Chkt.A ..1 5 c Hersbey SLICED KRAFT CHEESE tt;: 29c

JUICE J+r 49c

MORTON BREAD DOUGH . :Ib. 59: 5 liar. 3 7C Margarine 4 -LJb,.$1.


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