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 Material Information
Title: The Arcadian
Uniform Title: Arcadian (Arcadia, Fla.)
DeSoto sun herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: DeSoto County Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Arcadia DeSoto County Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- De Soto -- Arcadia
Coordinates: 27.2175 x -81.86 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
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System ID: UF00079901:00034
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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Reverend Drennon Cottingham.
pastor of First Presbyterian Sixteen Pages 10 CENTS Arcadia. Florida Thursday Aujfust 13 1064) Volume XXXX No. 46
Church here In Arcadia.
According to The Reverend.
"Cadi" comes from the name
Arcadia and of course the

Arcadians column deals did with during the the things past Spccr Socks School Board Plagued :

week. Holton Protests Budget Cut County 'Aid
We pause to tip our hat to "'
Rev. Cottlngham and extendour To Open Creek
thanks."CadlDids". '
real cute little Mayor. the Ii.DeSoto P. Speer County went Commissioners 'before Over Ft. School

name don't -you-think? -Ed At Commissioners MeetingCounty last Tuesday In their regular morning session to Ogden

seek the County's aid in
Small dog small boy diving opening DcSoto: school board members ed the contract: for office/ machine -

simultaneously under bed following Commission meeting up cf three cabinet member had merely; appeared before Ho explained that his deputies the to creek eliminate known debris as Baker'sDitch were pelted with a loud calculator; Royal Diking

loud clap of thunder ... began with a bane last Tempers grew hot when the board. of Commissioners to now work from 13 to cumulated In the creek bottom ac barrage of questions Tuesday Company received: the.contaict
for supplying bread to. I
cnt
DeSoto Donald Commissionerfrom clarify the stand and that If 18 hours day. have little In order for of >*
Arcadia NaUonal Guard unit Tuesday morning as McKay, very excess water to night by Eddie Edwards, cafeterias and During Aut o
JCiovcU out early; Saturday County; Sheriff Lloyd Holton. district 2. said that h. the disagreement couldn't be time for their families and run off Into Peace River. Ft. Ogden who appeared before Company was awarded the
morning for two weeks sum- represented by Attorney E. D. had a "gentleman's agreement"with settled aml any. then he had are consistently overworked. The ditch begins at the west tne board with a seriesof school work-van contract.
no choice but to start Utl.tlon. ..- Holton also said that he and
boundary line near the ACL
the Holton about increasing
mer camp training at Fort Treadwell. Jr.. protested net questions. Members also awarded the
Stewart In }nnesvlll Georgia. cut In the annual budget asked the budget from the last lie asked for reconsideration his wife take calls at night and railroad and passes tho Arcadia .w.ru. said that he had school Insurance pro grant to
Their convoy. Jtined here by by the sheriff in his effortto year's figure of $81.000; for the and said that**it would bea get little rest. Federal !Housing project before appeared before' the beard Juno Frank lllanton. representativeif o.
units from West Palm Beach increase the efficiency of operation cf the department. law suit out" &: the taxpayers Duties of deputies range pouring into the river The .la and requested that the the Guaranteed ReserveLife.
carried full field equipment. his department. $91.SOO was requested for the pocket from law violation culls to Housing Authority has clearedthe board's attorney, David iloiluman. The school has been 'insured
Under a statuatory law. Commissioners coming year.lfolton In his budget Sheriff Hel checking stray cows on the ditch in the vicinity. of the look up for nun the under the Heservo\ brogtnm -
The pile of dirt which apparently ; must notify the In turn reminded ton asked for funds to hire highway anu contacting the construction: area statutory state laws pertain-, tor the past several
fell from a truck sheriff In writing If they Increase McKay of a campaign promise two additional 1 officers, a full- owners. In May of this year Agieelng that the City would U>sJ to the creation 'special'aenool '' year
caused rather unsightly mess decrease or in any way. to put a Deputy on duty in the time Deputy and a relief man. his department handled user nana>e any protest of homeowners : 1 districts and that he had A discussion of the leas
Tuesday afternoon at the Intersection change the requested budget Negro quarters. This McKay A full-lime deputy, including: 200 criminal cases this In In the area, if any, not received such Information. contract: for the gyn'natorlumwua
Uniforms, additonal. car expense addition I to all other
ef; West Orange and stating reasons for so doing. denied to newsmen Recriminations calls. Commissioners compiled with This lequesl grew out o4 held and member agreed
West Oak Streets. This law had not been compU-: were rampart and At- etc., would have a salary "I do nut think Its fair to a the request for the use of the hotly contested' debate pre- to take their. amended lease '
of $B. OO and the relief man to be culled out about :2 county equipment" in trio clearing
--o- ed with according to Tread- torccy Treactwvll. along with evading' the closing of the Ft. contract before the City Council
The south side of the Coun- well, who stated that commissioners County Attorney Hallle Lewis man would get $4200. or :3 o'clock in the morning prwjrcl. Ogden school when residentsof ; Iron whom they will .....
should have notified went statements from the after he only got to bed a few In other actions CotnmUa- the
ty courthouse will finally be over area were seeking' a the new building when the
"aired" out according to a decisIon Holton cn or before August 1st. Attorney General's office quoting hours previously, Holton said. loner okayed an expense account means ot maintain. the school. Council meet Thursday night'
by County Commission- After that date Sheriff Hol- the law tnd the two ..tturney.s School Board He now has five deputieson for_Cline Kaymsn. Supervisor Informed by Uill. Channel AU4.& IJth.
en here this week. Several I ton had ten days to file an disagreed on the Interpretation duty, two of which are arresting oflHegUtratlon./ on his that the information had been
meetings ago the! Board was appeal to the hoard of Appealsin cf the law. and patrol officers and trip to trtllLauderdale to the looked. up by Attorney Hollo h
(Continued from page 1.A) Tallahassee which .is made Treadwell explained that he Sccks Addcd three of which are radio operators State Registration Officers con man and presented to the 13 Acres Lost
and .
jailors.Commissioners venllon In the amount of approximately board. Edward then accused
asked that 95OOO, the beard of "wlthholdlng"the
OLDTIMER MYSTERY PICTURE IDENTIFIED Efficiency; their attorney !Halite Lewis South Florida Motor Com Information from him. He Since 1933
contact the Attorney General's pany of Arcadia were low bidders asked why he had not been f
A plea by Joe Mottrshed. office for a further clarification on tho' <'(IUn", '. purchaseof notified thai the Informationwas Will Be Sold
I ; DeSoto school board member of the law and make .
a and
a new tractor mowing
Identified for better efficiency In board report to them. Continued ready and "was laid by Thirteen acres ot rottaly I
Guy Johnson Correctly session was made 'Tuesday ( 90 pII' a'A) members that they had eapeced land "lost Inside a pasture

night when the group met In him to return at the next' owned by Homer Welles on
regular session. This is a point re..!sr eesai..n. He did not. which no taxes have been.paid
As so many people guessed Nobles of Ft. Myers; IS grandchildren tiers by the foot a profitable Mottrshed has stressed several Local Chamber He was given' the report by since about 133 will be opened *
last week's mystery man was and one greatgrandchild. occupation then. He says that times.He. Seeks Channel. for sale In a few mutuha.
Guy Johnson one tf the count he was only' bitten once quoted a number of motions Edwards then a s k e d the according to Clerk of Court
)"'. real old timers and a mem- Mr. Johnson was one of the A resident of the Nocatee: that had been made In (board to see th" budget and Lea Avant.
ber of a pioneer family. lie first "snake" catchers In this reference to school:"' affairs that was told that the budget for The lots were a port of a
was born In Nocatee In 1887. area and caught and sold rat- 1. had not been recorded fully, Off Street Parking the coming fiscal' year was In boom-time project ar His father was the well- er perhaps misunderstood. and Tallahassee being .ved,
Guy "."""" was easily appr<< assessed at' $10 *acr, Thsta
known "Acrefoot" Johnson who IdsntlfUd by Leslie. Avant. noted that most of the motions This brought oo a tirade by Edwards are approximately 69 tots

won ,acclaim as one of forida's Jr., ".ut. 1 ..>.. lit... Area should have had priority dates. In a resolution drawn up by In. other business the Chamber saying that "'members Commissioner went on reenrd.
barefoot mailmen carrying dia, as last week's mystery Mottcshed cited the list of the klefchant. Division the wet. supposed to be representative as giving |Tmlaon| for ,US..
the mall to all parts of theN SO quesiona each board memker members JMue4! thorecen4 of tkeTjpeople" and. .
6 pkture. T.... .n.... was Clerk's ."1. ,. to designate. theffoineoM
.s foot. It Is said that asked to wrt'e down. DoSoso County Chamber afXtom nighty successful '
: a en war Ale- that hedidn't Vbo idcr that koY '
,( he walked the routebarefooted 4. 'fleedetf' letter with. cards fUnse anal the wH several .' ,.to'.t,.;,a.ked leeschpni..ygtgi < ..rrekihaa ,uu.sted Oh* .slice.. paler..pay.spe.si....,.,:.1eiJ''". ..eMMeWinnd'. s- :c.U loll -r.' .
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to. saveshotl-aOio Ami"- '0.r', card 1 Is 'drawn ,from a that 1. their' .<'fi, 4: #.AnU. to develop solved ta.k City; Council lo After Edward let the ....,- ale pareeta, some. .r. &side-by
oft
Joke the oldtimers said he'quitbecause bey .It I I. Impossible ,. ..- questions were to be gone over'.1 i new betwren,.r..t parking' project consider passing o more'stringent Ins; member. settled down lo ..d... but ill all.thty add up to
they wouldn't let him spt Utter Be sure. ".ur those not pertinent eliminated, : .Hickory and Magnolia ShoplifUnj ONln."' .", the usual routine .business. U acrvsv "'" _. Avant .aid. ,
Streets to relieve the downtown
carry passengers. gwsea I. en a vestal card .. and all duplk.Uonsaken out. eusgeatal the street depart- Did. for various Items for are pay
"Acrefoot" was the subject It san ae put lute the b... He said that they ended. up parking problem. mer.I paint and Identify the sidewalk the coming schtol year were au,e-
From 79 Ui ltd
of a recent article in Argosy Mr. AvSMt. Jr., will' receive with a list of almost fO ques be added car spaces refuse cans ** such,. and cejened' OsSaso Oss received' aiso. ....BMs will be arfvsrtlsed.
raagaizne and it was on the a Wire. msMthe swbesrlptlent (torso. many ef them similar. would for motoristsIn discussed the flnsnclsl/ statement the contract for gas. Williams; M. soon.. so 101 dfscrlpUona ,are
lives of these early mailmen should have been the area between Hickoryand for .
the Arcadia free efcharge. when they July Stationery Supply was award, ....phrted.
that a motion picture was eliminated.' Stressing that he Magnolia I streets one block
s..vre ts try ".wr north and one block south oi
based several accusationsbut
years ago. was not makng
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Iwck' again thle w..k by
Oak
Street uUlUIng land held
Guy was married in 1910 pointing out that the members -
Identify_"the mystery els by the ACL Railroad accordIng -
to Rosa Keen member cf another l Y did not adher to the line
.. tle Bares
ten
en peg n
to the Merchants plan. At
family and they J
pioneer Y C, they drew.
had four boys and one girl. He also pointed out that certain Tuesdays meeting of the y'f i

They are Wlllard. of Albany. all his t f.. Mr. Johnson repairs/ at the Hat_ Chamber of Commerce hoard
Ga.; Frank of It. Mann; For school that had been scheduled of Directors A. C. IVlk ..tress.eel
still works at his trade as a the need for providing aoer -
rest of Avon Park; Chesterof GUY JOHNSON to begin' before school started 1 fa
Arcadia and Mrs. Lvelyn plumber. had not been begun. He madea < ste parking facilities. for kl" J "t J .Mr. y 1y ..,a.. 1
before
shoppers the problem
motion amending' the minutes -
of the l.aattln.. to Include becotnss acute and
Safe Crackers these repair and Instructions maintenance serious town .tor business_. "L..loss.t.s for not down wsit ..
hiring
setting a date
School 'Board Asks men. extra help. Ifneeded. till businesses.,* to ....
before we do atnnething' about
Attempt Fails The motion was seconded i- :
by Dill Channel and this traffic problem. folk I TRAI.-
j.. .said That will be too UU,J.i
Hoard.
At Kwik Chck For Walkway MoneyA passed Dr. Oil by the Clement board The plan calls for removal)

r number, was not present at of trees In the are., backstopping .
An attempt to break Into too meeting. the parking surface and
the safe at Acradia Kwlk Chek recent request by members that It w.d.d" but that the possible. addition of "INSH'aptnc -
was made here early Last Friday of the DrSoto County the school board would accept and '-tw"to lend
morning according: to reports any amount the County was attractiveness to the project
school board for 9S0O from 20 Set '
from Investigating of- willing to give toward be continuing August: John Daniels. Chamber of
the County for the building ofcovered Commerce secretary told the
ficers. The entry was. through needs of the county;
a hole torn by the Intruders walk-wsys at DeSoto schools... For Pre-School meeting that. Arcadia Is fortunate -
roof school and West Elementary He went on to that reef to have an area svsilblowruch
In the store's metal High >> say
THAILKK& 8AI-KK I 1 OI'Y.NS'--CJre" J 'andavu4llor
which climbedon was brought before repelscovered canopy busoedlntf ran be cuss-vetted lo off- Carolyn I'hitllp. .- .
through to a meat counter.they- County Commissioners again area, fire doors sad Registration! street parking at such low seat. Trailer -$ala 1n rporat.d, of KiaaIrnm at the sales lot. Linda Stumipl

Jim K.."",. fingerprint expert this week by Bill Channel, the IJts were on the agenda to the city. **, rrceiirljr .......... a branch: of- The company maintain' a complotol
from the Charlotte County board member for the.. Neeatee school but School woerlntojident Hugh flee Jo.t'north:ot Arcadia cm U.M. 17.. aervlco ucpnrtment.' '' and handles al
Sheriffs department dusted He explained. that. the school Ute school board, like the Flanders this week reminded, I'ktuntl ''abrrWjar*) Jim OTfoiil.( a line of Trailer Aree' .s ria. They. arsials ,
the enured area for prints board cvuld- obtain O Ilk. a- county bad to budget Its money pore site of all first grade r.udeots partner ia tho-. Clrclo. J ar ranlt. ..tlon.Mr <. llconsenl. trailer movers -
and a plaster were made by DeSotehheriff tut CMnpJetion tf the walk. and he dtdot know when suck August SI, a preisthosl' re. '
folio" and deputies. wiys that will rest appromi repair would be made. gjuwsUois -lon will .be held. ,.,-- 114 ". '..' 7 Js:t:". .
Intruders used the same method molly 91S.70O. TIle commissioners On o -< of call as entry. had tabled. a prevbu.request Donald McKay ad secondedby mothers. .w h e begin schoolpreparslons uDeto v
This Is the third attempted for the money until Kofcert (Del) Wen the August JOlla are
break-in at the Kwik Chek such a time as te .rbo l board Comm! sieswrs agreed to reVte en duty HUh L-w fish .
officials repcrted. The Sheriff's could' hi........, a breakdowns ef their new budget Iii, the Birth certificates for first August f 91 19 J0M '
department and City Police are the repairs on tae. Kersteoscbocl earning' floral year and give graders will be needed. Flanders August S 71 *OA.I'
working together In an attempt planned. for the coming the ghost board MOOO. toward said He also stressed the .J f7 AS:
to solve. the case amino the waas..., which with fart that all children, .. any A..cuat' 9S s)7 Lan)
further statements. from officials yearAsked If tho S M was mandatory state snaUtUsig fund will glee grade who ore ew-erpwre toD August 9 N .. I7
were made pending" further far the eompleflon. of board aaeeat1.1s. ..z.ooe.. ...... artMols must teftotortfurlnst Ao.-t !. 9U I ItJ
ihvestiiatton.: the project. Charnel pIA1ae4 work en the project. that, period.ArUrVt ,,...*' II s! 7J II

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tree .1 dross p.rtaang MIke May naarada net of the JoOsrial eireuswk ____ of ts>e .ese elf PMftcI..c. hs fslatseai to .aeYtnsMo a* dow"towaft.a.Ma.. rswiWsi. wilt Kavo until ft:3O.: and Saturday* irons. 9 ,to
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Z.A THE ARCADIAN Arcadia. Florida, Thursday,, August: 13, 19C4"

-- Cadi DidsContinued Profits And Election Gasoline' Used


+ Paid .Irbr By I

Desoto County News ( from pace .1., )

split on whether! to airHcohdi- Tax Refunds
tJ tt-the, south', lde}6ffTcea. but Business At Meeting
Of Bygone YearsTaken wound up will .12, -decistori
DeSoto County" farmers
in favor ot the alr-con&tioning may
collect four cent per gallop
.
system
from the ties of rr *, ;
The Arcadian The DeSoto County SpeeUfrfltfons for th" County The Arcadia Rodeo Association mittee to investigate<< the possibilities for all gasoline used for agrU

New and The Arcadia Champion. Commission Of ic< tax ass *> learned Monday night that.. [ Of putting "ground"rifcfiey cutaral purp osea durtnf the d
serf office aTlrf th* sheriff( the July fourth Rodeo Earned Into a pool to help pay past 12.months, according: let I-

offices have been drawn Up almost a $10-thousand profiton hospital bills of Injured con- Lester Hatcher DeSoto County &J
W and will be advertised for bids the evening and matinee! testants rather than paying a Agent.

k next week, Bidder will. have Rodeo shows this year. In other small sum to several contest- The period covered Is from t

b ', w Wt two weeks to file and bids dctiori, directors ware? reappointed ants.This July 1, 1983 through June 30,
55 Years Ago will be cfpnl a.t Commission for another three year $contestants.1.38 was paid to 1064. This I* a federal tax refund ,
meeting Hi for l ; year term and a new director 21 different :
September
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4th. was added. Officers for lie5 Ground money is paid by and must be filed before

41&1 -0- were elected at the meetingalso. splitting the final purse in an September 30th Hatcher said j
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Willis B. Powell former ed Announcement was made ofa Orders event when none of the contestants The fanner can also claim
are now being taken
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itor of the St. Petersburg!: Independent son born to Mr. and Mrs.Perry for CUrlstmas apron and gift The financial statement issued succeed In qualifing. a refund on gasoline; used by
was reported living lowed, of Nocatee: dnTteflday .. pot'holders bylV< members of at the meeting showed Many of the eonteetants.: it was custom operators on his land a

in Tampa and doing edit August 3 ID09. World War I Auxiliary.: In.terestea total income for the Quarter pofnWd but don't even botherto providing the bill from the

oriel work on the Tampa Dr. 'E, J., Yelvtngton had << parties Abound cdntact Horse Show and the Rodeo to wait around for the small operator includes the cost of
tS Times. been kept busy since his return sum and the treasurer has difficulty r
Mrs. M abef Jtfhnton: The procacti's be' 928,69082. Total expenses gasoline used. All claims must
A baseball game had been arranged from college and had deckled ; ; from sale's are used for amounted to 17481.79 making I In locating! them to fend be filed on a special form numbered I
: between Arcadia and to locate! in Arcadian He Auxiliary' projects.: the total profits 920883. This a check and be obtained i
Punta Gorda members of the planned td move about the 15th. -0Mr" years figure was $318 lea." than 2240 may -

W O. W. Those on the Arcadia George Campbell and Zrrol Ray Dees. Amber Kay that of a year ago. Ffdrida Guard from Agent 'Hatcher's <.f-<
line-up were R II. Connell, lice They must be filed with
Morgan had returned from an Terrace Arcadia, won second Th4 financial: report wd* presented
of Internal Re-
M, M Orchard S. Rosin EdCampbell outing at the lake. place In the 1084 Greater Pine at the annual stockholder Moves Out For the Director I
Jake Nvwsome. H. In Jacksonville Hatcher
: Mrs. Island Chamber of venue
Mr and J. E. Richards Commerce meeting, after which directors -
M. Lock W. A. McBride, U. P. planned to ferfvc SUnday for the fishing tournament recently. reelected for new said. J
were
Lamb, Alex Ivey. Rev. R. L.Baker. Summer Camp also irned citrus
lakes to .spend two weeks.R. Mary Ann booked a" 83 pound three year terms and Charlie Hatcher
Rev. C. W. White, and E. Whidden returned Mon 1! Tarpon to win the award. She Whlddcn. cwner-'manager of Motorists!! traveling any of crow.ni that 'foot rot Is one t

Itfv II E. Carlton. Substituteswere day from the cattle after I.' was occompanled:: on the fish- the Whidden Company, was the main North-South highways of the big problem for growers
range,
F, Morqus W. F. E*pen- .. and of Florida the periodsof that
a good season. -- Ing trip by her husband elected as an additional direc- during:; and suggests preventative
laub. T. Duff Powell Charles Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown. tor. August 7-9 and August 21.23 treatment be used In groves ]
Garner Dr. Simmons, Hal CReed W. W. Langford and son Ulric 1
DESCRIBES DEER JAW BONE:- Barry Gold- -- are most likely to encounter not yet affected. Spraying the
Reelected director. Lou-
Henry Wild. L. D. liar were spending several days at are.
Hot ring right and Mike Dawsey listen to the description The Arcadia Eagles won the ie Morgan\ C. E. Adams, Law- large military convoys: rem in- tree trunks from me ground
ley Jake btoncbraker. Springs -
,
.of a deer'a. jaw bone an given by A. S. Jensen, Pony League championship rence Newton. R. D. Wells escent of World War II days, up about a foot Is the easier '
assistant Forester" at Camp McQuarrie in the Ocala trophy Tuesday night. The Mrs. Edna Carlton Jack Duncan according to the Peninsular method of application he said.

National Forest The two local 4-IIers attendedthe team was managed by Melvin A. M. Lackwood Henry, Motor Club.Information. A low pressure hand sprayer -
Cline. furnished the I
. last week. In the wild life questionaire Lanier. Mrs. Christine Cochran with a mixture of three-
30 Years camp
AgoDr. Also Tuesday evening the AAA club: by headquarters of
and Gerald Taylor. of 53 perceni
content, Barry placed first and won a spinning rod Nocatee! Falcons defeated the the Florida National Guard fourths pound
and Mike placed Second and received a set of assorted Arcadia Hawks 1 to 2. The association had a total states that more than l.OOO neutral copper plus one cup ef

fishing lures. The camp is designed for -0- ef 26 directors and the additionof military vehicles of all types, sticker per gallon of water .U

Dr. Gordon McSwain. who eery next to the municipal teen-age boys who have done outstanding 4-1 work DeSoto County Singing Convention Whidden brings the totalto including heavy artillery, and recommended. Hatcher suggests -

his wife and two children tourist camp for many years, and have an interest in wildlife and conservation. will meet at North 27. transporting more than 7,000 the grower keep 'in mind
recently returned here, from closed: deal with the city: HUlsboroujh;,; Baptist Church The Stockholders meeting Guardsmen and their complete that the mixture .Is only 1 for<<
New Orleanss, /Is refurnishing council the'past week wherebyhe ..- Saturday night and Sunday adjourned and the Board of field equipment will be converging tree trunks as Is unsuitable

the office over Wey's drugatom will be manager of the tourist .' August 15 and 16. EveryoneIs Directors meeting was calledto on Fort Stewart at for use with high pressure,

occupied: for many yearsby camp the coming year.Representative welcoirye,. order immediately Hinesville. Georgia on the capacity equipment. From
Hhis Hate father Dr. D. L. C. H. Smith News From OnaNews t Carl Fenton. owner of Fen- earlier dates for their annual high small trees be
50 to 75 can
McSwain, and un Monday will Is planning to take Initial' steps ton Feeders, Inc.. was elected maneuvers, and returning
begin the practice of his profession home the latter date treated per gallon of water.
toward the preparation of a Seeks president for the new year.Other on
In li'S' old home town. program of needed citrus legislation of week of Aug. 6 phy and Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Spurs officers elected are Willis The, convoys will be movingat Hatcher said.
The FERA has authorized a welt In advance of session and Children at the Peacock first vice president; a standard speed of 32 miles He also announced that the
meat cannery herewith a capacity he told the Arcadian Kfwants' ( Quests of Mr. and Mrs. CarlItarMy Sarasota-CrtKUnton Murphy ; Speedway (Continued from p.aJ.-}" Pat Kelly second vice president per hour and will make rest annual Citrus Gro-wfrer-l InsU

for, 109 btevvs per day.It Club at Its weekly meet'. last Sunday were Mr. equipment and Milling MachIne ; Robert Summeralls, stops every, two hours, accord tute at Camp McQuarrie will
will be located In the Old fng fast Friday ,noon. and Mr*. M. J.: Albritton and1r11 Mrs.. Met J Henry and Jonahof Supply Company, of MiamI treasurer and Christine Cochran Ing to the Guard Commander be held August 17 through 21st

Daniel VVhofesiU* Grocery Tax Collector liull' reports. < of L4 PUcld.. Mr.' arid *M>Mkka Bob City Albritton visited Wed-Mr.and were low bidders on laundry secretary Major General Henry W. Mc-: and the Eighth Annual Beekeepers -
I..haJ' 1II..on. Memo Act, Mrs. John Payne Jr. and buys wrs. machines at the The director voted to makechanges Millan. Distance between the held
: S. this week' that alt a.s.-i I cnu prison farm Institute will be
which, isftow, .the.t r ..iUHjiurtlItullway. hiVt been' paid with the exception yf ttrMoenton. Iotr... Jan Boatrlahl nesday. A Commercial Automatic Wet- In the' amount of the units Is to be maintained .. e.*. Camp Cloverleaf August
and Mr. and Mr. Robert 'j n. community was deeply
j : of a few which are In Dry machinewas purchased purse paid to bare back boon near 100 feet as possible. Advance .
of sauueiiea the loss of NcwnKlrfcKma 20th 22nd
F. E. llanoon, who has 0....... process fif adjustment and will Boatrlght ,and family ay rtnesetvu.es for use In ,scrubbing and vaqiniming riders and to pay four noted parties will travel well
krioay morning.
ateda filling station and be! taken care of I Arcadia.We rooms at the courthouse ( owed by the association. ahead of the convoys and will
,.11. ......__., *. gnu-.. ._shortly.rubllAtodw -- -_ 1 received: 2ft Inches of were Held at Ona Oap- from Roger Holllng- Contestants In the bare back direct traffic at all main Fnvterisna at the SteohenFOIOt.r
I- 01-- rain last week. test ChUrcn with burial at worth. local representative.A bronc>> riding event will receive crossings.The Memorial at White
Nw' :4on Cemetery. Also we the nameplateof
'Mr. and Mrs. Carl Aldermanof bill from the City of Ar- $50 more next year than they detailed convoy routing Sorl-i** Includes
sauuen, by the death of War Two merchant
were World
Mulberry visited Sunday cadia for $7098.38 as the coun-: ,vere paid this year. The Increase for Arcadia Guardsmen is as a
Mrs. Mac McCellun who used named for the famous
with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Albrit- ty's part In the new gymnator- : will bring the purse for follows: ship
ton and Mr. Grady Cumbee to live here but had recently lum was okayed and the Sec-v that event to the' same amount Routes, U.S. 17. Fla. 24; U. 3. composer.
-r. \ and children of Mulberry visited moved to Nocaiee.: retaryaudltor Matryd Tyree. 'as the purse paid to winnersof 27. Fla. 500 U. S. 301. Fla. 121. -
Jack and Jut Murphy wereIn and Restaurant Commissioner -
with\ them Monday.<< : : Instructed to write the check other rough stock riding to .Jessup. Georgia, then U. 8. Hotel
business Thurs Riedel has announced
Tamp on Robert
v : Mrs. Mary Harley was In for that amount. The gymnatorium events. The note paid are held 82 to Hinesville..A Ucensefwere
every Thursday ,morning i tt\ 207X00 West Arcadia on business Last Monday day. Is a countycltyschoolboard by Frank Cline and Bill Koch. that 1.138 '''
and Herman Prlne
Mrs. lodglmT
Oak Strarft.*? O.'ltux 070. Arcadia. Florida. 33l31.Mrs.' .' Mr. project and ahoul4 be> The new pl'C' ldent..,Carl cynic U a man who knows Issued to public

I Dura 4*... Kbwsole. publisher, Charles E.' W..... General Mr and Mrs. Carl Harley .and children her parents of Cllarwal.rvisited Mr. arid fcorApUtcd by the time basket, Fen ton. was left with the task -the price of everything and the and food service establishmentsIn June.- .
during
JUanoger.. Entered as,,Second Clasa Matter October 17. 11 season opens. of appointing: a Ore man com value of nothing.-Oscar Wild Florida
enjoyed the v t si t of their Mrs. Fleming Mines Saturday --'--- .-
1924. at the 1-a.t Office at Arcadia Florida under Act of daughter Mr.*. Ralph Hough PJXT. Harry lines from ..- .
I Congress of March 3, '1179. and Stevl of'Clearwater last Camp Lejuene ls home on

e week leave visiting his parents Mr.
Member Florida Press Association National Editorial Mrs. David Smith and Mrs. and Mrs. Fleming Hines. Do You Know?

Association. Harry Smith were Lakeland Mr. and Mr. Bob Methanyand


Gainesville Advertising Florida Representative; American" Newspaper. Florida Representatives.Press '&Service visitor Mr. and last Mrs.week.Jack Murphyand Mr. and chldren Mrs.of M.Arcadia J. Albrlt-and --, V VVV -7---- : 7" r.' ;i.* .. a .....,:. .

children Max and Linda ton and girls of Lake Placid
New York. New York; Atlanta Georgia} Detroit. Michigan.Subscription Trip and Buddy Murphy visited Visited Mr. and Mrs. Curt

Mr. and Mrs. AI Oarwood
Raletn:-One year 94 00; Six Months 91.33.Mingle Youngblood Saturday.
Copy Malt..l23 Cents and children at Rutland Ranch Mr and Mrs. Donald Mercer SS22 I
Friday evening. Judy Jackieand
:
t Copy of.))!lack Issue-10 Cents," r Vickie spent the evening on were business In Uradenton Saturday

with them while the rest Joined ,
Mr. and Mr. John Payne
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Murr
-- .. .--. --- .. -J;and boya of Bradenton visited ; STAKEI
'Mr. and M.... Carl' liar ley and all. ...t ,j
: Mr. and Mis. John Payne Sr.
: and other friends .her Sunday -

r iJtw IS AT
r Danny" llarvlll visited 'In, '

i Brandon with W. R. Fewox -
> I last week. I I V If

I Mrs Lona Willis and two '0, rid .... ... .
'elN r grandchildren of Labell. andLeclalr '

Willis visited Mr. and EXTENSIONS
DECORATING
vr i "1'.. Ernest llarvlll and boys ROOFINGPAINTING *
:
I over the weekend."

r neYfA ,'. Mr. Clara' llarvllt of Brandon .. ." ... ._ '- -4 _. ,,. .
i. visited Mr. and Mr. Ernest -

] I. HarviU and buys this WIRING i
ADDITIONS.
w_k. :

lit Min? Mr. and Mrs. Ernest lUrvlll .... .... ... IIIr' .
and buys were In Avon ...
--
Park OIl buslms last Tuesday '

I Mr.and and Tampa Mrs. Richard Monday.Dean AIR CONDTI'DN.I"'N-O'-1 1 .Lp.LU. M-B"'IN-"G' iiiiiEgM ; ; '


I'' I and family: have moved back r tit. se- *. s 4c .u u. k. ..

r 5/C' J< lo Rev Vandolatt.and JoI..... Z. O. Ernest: I II I k..1Io- shwa 4 .... a '''" 1 eras

r i"fjIJ".J/ I I af HutJUnflatted>.n Sunday.Mrs. JoI.... Lorlatlarrlat I ELECTRICIAN HEATING MASONRYArcodion _

t
I I WayneSneUer and
.
: car Ollll'C'.J. :children of Avon Park visited
Mrs. Lala HarreleoN Saturday,
I ...... Mabry Murphy and
t. '( wIfl.f n l' J 1' '' ;'\ t l", "" l "A) .'. 'rhIMrrn and Cntma: Lee Murphy
enjoyed a day of swim
". stag at Lake June Sunday. Readers will ,spend $522.080.00 for Remodeling Repairing and Additions < ,

rVIV TO. NATION A L CASH I to Their Homes this, year! .


f S DeSeto Deer Get Yout Share of this "Dig Businesses with your Sole Message in tho Arcadian! .. .
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Buy with confidence.No .
I PopulationDouble "Where Your Advertising Counts"Official
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I PISA Operators( aU"V Meets SEE Everglades FLORIDA THIS' Offer SUMMER Unusual Scenfc VieWs Podiatrists Give OK .



, WILLIAM MASTERS THOMAS Organizing Club: l '" __ j To Lowly: SneakerThe 1 I ./




. William Thomas Masters On :Monday night August Pierce Weed Memorial Hospital -
, died at Arcadia General Hospital :3, 19&4. the International Private ;, Arcadia1.; O. Smith Royal lowly ineukf.. poor but sneaker wear, especially bj )
, at the ace of 74, Saturday Branch >Exchange ,(PBX) Palm Motel; JE,Sheehan O c popular relation ..f f the foot children, said sneaker failed
August 8, 1964. Club held its initial meeting Pierce Wood Memorial HospiWt av wear family, tound favor this to give proper support, eaus d. 1 ;
He was born In Brazil Indiana to organize a telephone PBX ; Arcaaii if ; M. L. Propp. week with a group 01 leading excessive perspiration, which ii
Club in the Fort Myers foot specialists. leads I
area. Florida Power It Light Co. to fungus growth **d
Suvivon include three sons, The meeting was held at the J. K. Paul Lee County CourtHouse Replying to a questionnaireon produced toot strain. J
W. f. Masters Jr.. Miami. General Offices of the Inter- ; D. Allen. Lee County sneaker wear, a substantial Dr. Walker said his survey
Florida. R, C. Masters Japan; County, telephone and Telegraph Court House; O. Messer.' Lee majority' of more than 100 point up the need for a "poei! ,
.t. BL :Masters.. Eaton Park. Company with the Tele- Memorial Hospital: F. Malke- podiatrist from 15 states said airy-approved" sneaker one* 'l
Honda and,on* daughter, Mrs. phone,Company acting. hosts. mes. Lee Memorial Hospital; they themselves wear sneakers, that has more rigid sharks for
GracJ Steady, Tampa Florida, The 'International PBX Club D. Wal nfeld, First National so do their children, and what' better support, more pbrou, L;
and His wile, Mrs. W. T. Masters Is the third largest women's Ban;. B. Blamer, St. ;Joseph more, they're nut opposed to material for evaporation el
Haines City, Florida. organization in the world with Hospital. Port Charlotte; Mary anyone with normal' feet wearing perspiration, thicker sole
Funeral services. was held over 6.0OO members throughout Blazier. Port Charlotte Motel; them. shock absorption and more for't.t.
.t 2:00: p.m. Tuesday. August the United States Canada, A. Bernard Lehlfh Acre The result of the survey act stzlnit for closer fit. ..
II, 1964 from the gravesideat and Hawaii. There are at present Country Club Motel; L. Butt }r! A were reported in a paper by Until such a sneaker r I 18 developed !
Oak fudge Cemetery. eight chapters in the state whip Acre Country Club Dr. Morton Walker, a Stain he and other podia-1-'" I
of Florida and these are located Motel: R. McCardle. Bomta !na'f'4x' 1!+. r ford Connecticut, podiatrist at rise advise parents to see that' i

MRS1. AVY in Fort Lauderdale, Imperial Spring Spa! and Hotel; H. the 52nd Annual Meeting of their sneaker-wearing children,
ONEAL Area .Jacksonville. Pe.C'or ....- Sanders City Hall: C. Onau. 'the American Podiatry Association replace them often, air' dry'
Died at the Arcadia General ;!, Orlando, St. Petersburg Bonita Springs Spa; _Jr!. J.Cooksey. in New York. them 24 hour before re-using?''

Hospital at the age of 84 August Tallahassee, and Tampa. The First Federal Savings Dr. Walker noted that while and avoid daylong playing on
9, 1W4. meeting Monday evening was It tfoan Association; R. ur.e.e. moat of his test.undenta approved hard flat surface like street,
.She was born in Marion held to organize a PBX Clubin Cape Coral Bank E. Arwine. of wearing sneakers, and sidewalks. h
the Fort \. Gulf American Land Corp P. .
.Myers : -
areaR. of them theiranswers
quaIIfiled
Florida 28 : many
County May 1880. '
F.lbc-
Survivors are one daughter E. King. General' l Tralfie Henanaw; Lee Courtly' with such remarks as I never met a man I dldn4"

Mms Gaynel Oneal or Lakeland Manager of the Telephone trie! Co-op. "only for spMflc! activities," like -Will Ito are'
Flo lda, one stepson D. Company introduced Frances Also In attendance were "unly lor gym; or "only for
F..Oneal of Lakeland, Florida. Creech Chairman New Telephone Company Supervisors limited period of time Shrinks Hemorrhoids .
who acted hosts this .
for
Two sisters Mrs. Florence; Clubs Committee. Mrs. Creech as lisda. $r.l 1- ..... On the other hand, be received I
Gunter Arcadia and Mrs. Mat- explained to the group the need meeting. These .were: V*r a TN FI..I"a Everglades are. "alga.n' this world aj sawgrasa marsh dotted. with h.mmeke of a substantial number of Without SurgerySteps
for a. PBX Club in this area. Rasnlck.' D. E. Davis C. Holbrook palm and .ulttr.lcal. ....ttt that ....ft4I. from east te tease aM tram lake OkeechbN
be Kerce ef Arcadia. D. R.. R. E. a. the' tapee the Fluids' penineeia. The outright endorsement for general -I
She further discussed the Kanagy. : : : Everglades are sac .1 many reasons O..rnee Farris of sneakers Itch-Relieves PataT
Remains was carried by Ro- Bryant and the Fields Dev.l.pnwnl CemmisriM, : wear : I
Club's history, its constitution King M. W. Mat*. D. T. Shearer art urging Flerh11an, to vacation In their
barts-Grady Funeral Home to C. B. Stile. t own state this summer "Children who habitually j the nnt tlm ael..1u< fa.4
I
motto and creed and further M .a.en brillsq I wNa .wkit..a-
the Porter Funeral Home in \1. t. l11iJ; At jO wear sneaker are bound to] hUll
explained the goals and aim witehliie t.\t1.k Mnwr.
Inverness. Florida where funeral have just a* strong feet a* ox- :
of the club. rkUa a4 to relieve pats! r wUkmtrrry.
services will be conducted fo/d.wearing children declared ea 'tm ease after .*... whueft "
Dot Wright State President Chamber Warns Against Low Priced one podiatrist. .tlf ......,.. "<" toted r.-._
later. Paintersof
I fskr. .. ..
PBX Club. of Florida Betty Another stated that "healthy. I I _tie..il*..r al.p all_)evmlui t II_.!M M tl M__. ':.
Caplinger President Tampa feet can da>> well In any' type meth that aat.".. ..... ..,.......f
MRS. LILLIE MARIE Chapter, and Lilah Baskervllto Is..Nla ll..-riU. II... .. ..
t a teM
The DeSoto County Chamber of footwear' as long as the tit i
GLOCKNER not. If* a good bet he *
Communication S "iC'e.Ad- may that It conform. with your a .T Alawt| TIe See'.. t I. a see X"
of Commerce today warned each be Is good. i ,
available If trouble contract. } a alln-aabalaseeI BtDya '*1--4ee$
Mrs. Llllle Marl. Clockner visor participated in the meeting home owner against Itinerant o : after the job la com And a third commented that ...err .t a weld f.r.s. nNanYbens1et..Tbt..sblaaeua.waeti.
passed away !in an Arcadia by explaining various other house painter who offer to tl'd. 3. Remember that you get "sneaker are an aid In relax'' 1 -

hospital at.the age of 71, Au- functions of the PBX Club. paint home and barn. at unrealistically ity of 4, tie at home when what you pay Mr. Cheap paintor atlon ,s well as muscle everclaing. able Is he.wapwi/err.....>. jJ.."A*N ai)leeweaue4 deaf
gust 6, 1184.Survivors After the discussion period low prices. manship I the paint- an Inferior' Job will cost .you ." -......
include three sons, by these representatives, the John If. Daniels.' Manager of the I IA i I, I ia done and check to sre more. In the long run. :Those objecting to all around. k
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elected Ronnie --
group Burgese-
Herman Glockner
: Arcadia; ton CIt..btrot'Mid thousands << 1
Qebrgd dlockner. Winter Haven Chairman and Janet Paul :1 1 lu Better | 1 ,
; Oswald Glockner Jacksonville Secretary, to serve in this capacity which bh\a.L.41s0/ '. !

Florida; One daughter Until officers are elect Ft. Wimfcr through JUVENILE. FURNITUREBARGAINS
News
Mrs. Pauline Clear Bra- ed.The t issue of Badcockb "
denton]* Fla. and six grandchildren. next meeting of the Ft. ment .
One brother George Myers Area Club will be heldin MARY ELI.Frt NlCHOLSOrt seta I Ia

Fisher Panama City, Florida; the near future', at which hem. .
three Esters Mrs. Maude Sanders time regular officer will be Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson 1.
Lawrence Kansas; Mrs. elected I and the Fort Myers] and children visited Mr. paint
Beast Buckles, Cedarville. Area Chapter will be formally Evelyn Barnwell Sunday al. your 1 }
ternoon. NAtionally 1 Advert'sed' Child's' HAIOWOOO ROtXIR I
Kan. and Mrs. Grace Hinsonof organized. prove 1 _. .
Markets Kansas. Refreshment were servedat Mr. F. A. Gear of Johns offer ,. II":, & l Ir .... .... t
I Funeral services were held the conclusion of the meet town Pennsylvania ha* &been the .... :r- ... M.ol

Sunday. August 8, 1944 at 2OO visiting hi* friend. Mr. A. B. tractor.' Give Ilaby the nest" I ._ .....,..i ...:.t-: i

P. M. from RobartsGradychapel ing.PBX operator In attendanceand Curry and BiU for a week. 2. .. ., cia' .slot.R ........
with Rev. J. J. Martin the company represented Mr. and, Mr*. Bill Barnwell kaowst r-.. Nov. '. ,
and Rev. Donald Wilkerson officiating. are as follows: L. Arrowood. G.PI.rce visited Mr. and Mrs.. Charles painter = CRIAv 95 M
rrKs
Applebaauck of Punta Oorda 1N h ,
Wood Memorial Hospital exactly e .lUM. .In 2 Finishes. .
Burial was In Oak Ridge Ian Saturday. ,j
C-t Arcadia; A. K. Bryant, O.Revenue what y" 1: I II it .WHITI INAMM. BIRCH '"
<< Mr. Dan D. Rosenfelder of name, &' v f ea.4 !
Pallbearers were "Hugh Marlin Coral Gable has been visiting beat .. { i.*li .t These. f e.tu."i .* ......... .
Bernard Willis Bob Kelly tor a few day with Mr. your' v .ISlf Inir...*.eUB a f
Percy ,Dyes. Gerald Taylor Taxes A. B. Curry and BUI.Mr is not ,: Pont h ft tlwe' Teef'Sntwtf Relit

Lewis Stewart. *. Evelyn Barnwell visit- 2. ., Va" ....,.
She had lived here for thepa.t Reported For ed her mother Mr Keen. and a 1 ) SU ''dw.
painter, .4i *..... Ores :
52 years. brother Billy of Fort Ogden T.Iw1 1
on credit 91. ODewn Deliver*
Cigarettes i Sunday.. all a"M '- resale

MRS. J. M. MARTIN Mr*. Rusty Garner' I* spending agree ,to a" + i I OurAnniversary'. 1
... '
The City of Arcadia received two week with her parents i .. .. .
Mrs. J. M. Martin motherof X.879.44 In cigarette tax Mr. and Mrs, Bill Barn. .... t... ,,
Mrs. C. S. Hayes passed collections for the month cf well while Rusty la In Ft. L } PrlCfI.
away August 8. in the Cuth- It Stewart. Georgia' attending ca I
June 1M4.
was reported c >, ChHd' CAR SCAT
bert
Hospital. Cuthbert. Ga. here this week from the officeof summer ramp with the Florida tM i *-*- faafcafc ;
at the age of 82. Her funeralwas Richard B. Keating, StateBeverage National Guard. Will w lbevue ..... sow.= 'sVM4 *M:$
held In her former hometown Mr. and Mrs Bobby Hester I Na:0 -- 1995 )95
Department. .. : :: taro. I. b.ICbon ,
Shellman. Oa, August Total d..ret.coli..*- of Arcadia vlalted with Mr*. Open Feed e- I
MtAgor w1t

10., in the Shellman sM
Baptist tlon for the state were M.572 ;- Evelyn Barnwell Wednesday flak 111.1 -
Church. 34, 3.. with l.420J77Jt afternoon Orr hr Oahf S2f'O
>$,.00 D. nt Deliver'
She lived In Arcadia with gust |
going into the general revenue Mr.. and Mrs. Stanley Nicholson
hef daughter and son-in-law In Sarasota mlttee :
fund and the remaining $3.- were Friday
the past 10 year until two 19l.m being distributed *. ..... A B. Curry and rod na .
months ago when she was qualified municipalities. BUI spent a few day "last week win .. PORT A CRIB COMdlKATIONWXtiMAniflS
carried to Cuthbert Hospit.LShe !In MiamL.Mr. quarterly '
Is survived by two sons) mod Mrs P. ft. Nicholson 200. Th as M w pa M If h

who live In Shellman. Ga. J.Uj The first and most recent and Billy visited, M/ and-Mr rep&rta !, o.. pious (sass:: Mf
Martin Jr.. Paul Martin winner of the "Jeanie With Stanley. Nicholson and family George : J is. .. .. : .M' it:it
r"d rt M.a. ,M ... ...
one granddaughter Ann Hay the Light Brown Hair" auditIon last Sunday, afterstooa.Mr i Maissuses...... .... .. ..... ,..... 1 I-., '
Markett; great-granddaughter. at the Stephen Foster *. Evelyn Barnwell vlalted kl/ _..rp _..
E11i+beth Ann Market one Memorial earn from Quincy her later. Mrs. Lmora Mulford. actively TA.ree WtTOo/ 1
er'nd.Jlmm.Y Martin of .Jacqueline Morris In Ml I end In Shell Creek last TueSeirasotd '. ,", CRtB MATTRfSSfSN i iK
Atlanta. Ga.l Donna Dtckeraxm In |*M. dill Blfca: .
T I ., I. annual S 4i a 2495 /1.. Crib MeftMM_ S9tI I
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To Trot : "Peterson StrotUr pri d $ A tNab .. N.. 11 Crlte MUjrffre .-...Ufljf*' 1
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l Dates>> For The- //eMr gel b .
; Set sSwamP Gire t ; -AdultElectronics a...... Ice' c_ 1o rev AIfY elre R ,

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dent end .
ed by, :=. '' apes' 1" .' 1I1t8f' BABY'WTNO and STANK,

BIll Y Derbyannual -.::::::.-...... 1FOIO A TIll! CHAIR
App estMara for a rUa. I* tisw wl 1......--.. a .I. ..... II _____ ... I
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lemeaUs trios.......Mal isw
lerhsisrian training / : ... tare gaq a..a.hMe 'IJ ae1"- M... c--e e.aae I
are .bewtg accepted at the Seraa es r r n. sae Oa.w IdsqeH h __.o..Ir..e. I..'... '
annual surd slinging annual -lay. Swamp Buggy ... CaMMnsssuty $cecO. AdultEdwetCon tarspf ...... ......./. ....... M 0. ......... Mesa Len ...--. ......
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win be held on Net I this slew sjkovtag swamp buggleaBever THe na__e .I* a labortaryappreacfc Iies of .... ...... .
r sr. again climaxing the l.th designed far racing M traJaUcuf for tKe. /Elate u. -- .. c. ..t
wta vie erne aswOker !. amddlng elect reai> hKiartry. Maden puata, ;:: i Llbt.lr .WI $
aajtf swtmmtog aMllty. addentally. ........rau.. and lastimrpsss ".adss.eet 1ls.a.. JMO 795.1
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Buys oetermaswsMI we taw teshidud. wOi be sandIce piW ..... b...r .-..- ,

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eeruer tka. weualtavia .ee 1M venoussa emp..ata. will hho \ awe .. / c.i.; ,

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fac. operator pmisuj w ttoe Flortdaagai ....... these_ .Uc. ba OW leetresM+retrrslt. heel low .... Mrrwt .. 1
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fllrtalt ta. ftoral Leer ending. aU user the. ..u.... Arwlr! 7 .. sgcaaierelh. ins. ffttCU, coo of' EASJiST TIIJMSASSOCf > i
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...., lent j.a. t ....... ........ /\n, a. irseas. are eai4 AT( STORf.LOWEST 1
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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Years Of Success For


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Two Multi-million dollar cattl. Industry" ';: This has given building material mer-
Two State Hospitals, with ,largo monthly chants an outlet for their products. It has
payrolls.' furnished thousands of dollars for payrolls tCLAUDE
in First Gulf Naval Stores Company. during construction and remodeling of
eral is Contral Transformer Corporation. homes and has distributed more than a half
to D.Soto Canning Company.Ono .- million dollars in dividends to savings account -
of Ills best Commercial Bank 'In tho
owners who have increased in number
It Stat. of Florida. each month for the six of the Federal'sexistence.
years
FRANK W CLINE staff of S.v.ral citrus packing houses C. JONES, JR.
Director Outatandlng. newspaper. Director
such a Radio Station.
ially Chemical. Company that ship" IU product I a # e
throughout' the, world. .
/ Fonton Feeders Manufacturing.. Plant with This Is not an attempt to sell the good
I Come nationally used product. people of DeSoto County on the merits of
DeSoto Capable City and County governments.Efficient First Federal Savings and Loan Association
ochool system. but merely to thank them for their spontaneous -
portant Churches of all denominations working.. In
I anced Christian .harmony. and continuous cooperation. First
Oeneral Hospital. Federal is not a private institution with
II t and private stock paying dividends to private
Attractive stores with) all types of merchandise
and competitive with the larger cities. owners although there is nothing wrong
I Modern Beauty Parlor and Barber Shop with an institution of that kind, but a finan- 'telc
Claude Physicians, surgeons and attorneys at 'law cial institution owned by the people of De-
I\ of tho highest ethical standards. Soto County where the profits above operat-
selves
DeSoto Abstract and Title Company the ing expenses and reserves required by the
I eral oldest continuing.. business In DeSoto county.'
Federal Home Loan Bank Board and the
And smaller though Industries.
many. prosperous Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corpor-

death At that time, the watermelon growing Industry ation, go to the owners of savings accounts. .
was more or less In Its Infancy andIt
a AH original directors of the associationare
has Increased In Importance from year to
carried year. Cantaloupe, cucumber and other vegetable the directors today. They have given ,
First crop. are on the Increase, ae Is flower their time and effort to this community
: August bulb growing. project and have been happy to do so with-
With these things already here only a out financial reward. The business has increased -

.J. ,' ... '. Federal Savings and Loan Association was to the point where a substantial
needed to make Arcadia and DeSoto Countythe operating staff is necessary and we are
"' ti. : Iii sari bent all-around city and county in the taking this occasion our Sixth Anniversary
3. Fr; : was ble atate. to publish the pictures of the directors officers L. R. MORCAN
JlOLLINCSWORTJI; tages ".. and staff. who are handling your Director
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+ dustries Enjoying all of these virtues, and backedby affairs. We appreciate the honor of serving -
J '. a group of eleven experienced businessmen this community and hope everyone in
for
t'to a as directors. First Federal was destinedto the County will stop in to see the fine placeof
: play an important part in its growth from business that we have prepared for you.
TV year to year. It has furnished funds for the It is modern in every respect and we hope
erection of palatial as well as medium-priced you will take the sound of the big clock
W.. homes; the purchase of homes; the remodel- chimes on the quarter hours as an invitationto
.."" Ing of homes to enable numerous families
stop in and visit. This invitation is a
."[.. ] ... for the first time is their lives to have homesof sincere and hearty one from the directors f
) their own. officers and staff.
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Arcadia. Florida. Thursday!' August 13 1964 l i\

I Marilyn Ann Coulter Marries Jack SmithThe DiAnn GonzalesTo L -. .-- --.- .

wedding of Miss Marilyn -
Ann Coulter and JackHouston : Wed SundayMr. Baptist Church Judy Wcoten
Smith took: place Au-

gust 1, at 3 p.m.. at the Cal- and Mrs. A .V. Edwards ,JM Y Plans MissionsThe Becomes Bride
vary Baptist Church in Gainesville announcing; the forthcoming I .%

Florida. marriage of their daughter Ak Southern Baptist Foreign Of J. W. HastyJudith

The bride is the daughter of Di Ann Gonzales to RobertS. Mission Board expects: to

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Coulter of Conto. The wedding will I.'t. : have 90 single college graduates Dianne Wooten and
Gainesville and the granddaughter ? in
Jerrill
take place at the Trinity Methodist strategic missionary Wayne Hasty were united -
of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. tasks overseas by September 1 1. in marriage on July 23. at
Coulter of Arcadia and Mr. Church on Sunday. August 1965.>> according to Ilev. Louts the Friendship Methodist

and Mrs. H. J. Stroud. Noc- 18th. at 3 p.m. It Cobbs, director of its new Church In Donaldson. Ga .

atee. The bridegroom is the A reception will follow the ..Jo- t short.term program. They were attended. by Mr. .'.
son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. t Y wedding in the Fellowship t, Named the- Missionary Journeyman and Mrs. Jack) Wooten. brother
Smith of Gainesville. : Program the projectla and sUter-ln-law cf the bride.
d Hall. All friends are Invited' to
The double ring ceremony rP' H + ..'" part of the- Hcards plans for Rev. Clarence Knight Jr.. officiated. -
was performed by Rev. Wil- attend. expansion calling for 5.000 .
liam T. Crosby in a setting of T missionaries. It Is designedfor Mrs. Hasty .Is a graduate of!

palms and arrangements of : rrijla I fA college graduates who do DeSoto County High i School
of
gladioli and pompons. :j' : Wedding PlansAnnounced ,\ ..oM not feel I called tu a missionary and Jones Business College in

Given in marriage by her t.1. career, but who have, dedicated OrlnUu. She la presently employed
father the bride wi re a !gownof k.N' t, talents and vocations, and are in the office at Arcadia
white peau de so s with ap- f 1 d a By t I Iie' wilting to serve overseas for General hospital Mr. Hasty isa
pliques of Alencon lace. The two years >ao a cruttu..te of DeSuto
bell-shaped skirt featured a Judy EdwardsThe Mr Cobb, an associate see County High SchOlL I and at-
chapel train, and her veil of I.(. rotary, In .the. ,personnel department tanned JoaLS Business Collegeof

ilk illusion fell from a crownof wedding of Miss Judy 5 ': of the Foreign Mission\. Orlando. He I I. associated<<
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seed pearls. She carried a 1t Edwards and David Osborne' ofllendersonviile. Board, says: "The.e trained with his lather In the Peace
bcuquet of white carnations Tennessee. will young people will work In River Moving and Storage.

j centered with an orchid. /. be an event of August 23 at many of the art countries. Patents cf the couple are
iMiss Joy Coulter, sister of "I ''. "" .:30 p.m. at the Calvary. Dap- Th..reun.l..r- the direction: andsupervlslon Mr and Mrs. Earl Wooten. a.

the bride was maid of honor. ,;. +H.rU: :" ;". list Church. Elder William E. of carver missionarses IwJil.: W Gibaon Arcadia and
: they will share their
Bridesmaids were Mrs.\ Ar- t L tt:,. Dopp of Atlanta. Georgia will d. Christian faith and Mr .and ).11.. J. W. Hasty. Rio

thur Hadsock. sister of the ..1.. .. .: '&". ..ktl ". .ruddle. mss tasks In meet critical needs perform" 3. Arcadia..
bridegroom, and Miss Connie Parents of the couple are After M short trip to the
Deaux. The attendants wore Mrs. Jock Smith Mrs Leila Edwards Arcadia, Single age college:37 who graduates are active urvtlejr Great: Sniokey Mountains, 'the' .

gowns of pink: organza with and Dr. and Mrs. J. Wesley workers In Southern Ilaptlstchurches bride and groom are at notneon
I bell-shaped skirts, and carried Osborne of llendersonviile, :' >ulh l'aavu.Children. -
I cascade bouquets of carnations. flower girl and Jack Gibson The ceremony was followedby Tennessee.The are eligible for consideration
Richard Brooker served as was the ring bearer. a reception: held In the as missionary Journeymen
bride will be escorted Thou elected will
best man and the ushers were The bride's mother wore a church hall. The bride's table
by her brother Doyle Edwards, Of
serve *
Kenny Brcoker. Ronnie Shul- white lace over aqua dress witha centered with the wedding< two-year nortrepeat'
Jr Mrs. Frederic Cothren.Ilerrlen able term after 10 week of
Us, and Lee Coulter, brotherof rise corsage, and the bride cake and brides bouquet, was
will Mrs. John Comeron Murray A. C. Polk Sr.
the bride. groom's mother wore a beige overlaid with a white lace Springs, Michigan, Intensive training. They willreceive ,
attend as matron of honor. .travel homing
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Sheila Kay Fowler was the dress with a rose corsage. tablecloth. The cake was cut expense
Attend
by Mrs. Pat Kelly and Mrs. L. Bridesmaids are Mrs. Dan and meals, and a small Party
J. Clarke both of Arcadia. Cretsler, Tampa; Miss Martha Gina Gaskins Becomes Bride alary,
The punch table was overlaid Clement Arcadia; and MUs I'atOsborn. They will be sent to do Fumlay afternoon the Florida -
I with a white lace tablecloth ... llendersonviile, Ten- Of Mr. John Cameron MurrayThe specific Jobs as requested by children. cf Mr. and Mrs t
II I and edged with greenery. nessee. Paul Sue Dixon of the Missions (organisations' of A. C. Polk. Sr.. met at the

31.. :::-] <:7 /} The punch was poured by Mrs. Tampa will be flower girl. wedding of Miss Ulna Ully and org nsa floor-length missionaries, Early requests hum. of Mr. Polk at flll. East
I Jalllcr Harold Burke and Mrs. I. R. Mr. Terry McComb. Hamilton GasklAS am John Cameron tniralh featuring{ a sv .ap viiwkkune ate for youth workers, a laboratory Oak Street to eat birthday r
JeeJ duller and Miss\ MartecnLayfleld Georgia will serve as best Murray was solemnised'" August and etbuw' length technician: an office sec cake anal Ice cream' and ta take

and Miss Cynthia man. Uroimsmen Include Fr.d .. In ute Churcii: uf the 'i.tees, wtiJt an ...... Wtue rotary a draftsman, a college plclurts; resent were Mr and
By Betty Gaskins Clark: helped: with the hospitalities. Cothren. Ucrrlen Springs UitUe Flwwer. in O.: 'r.l Ujbles. tave trau. tier iirtport teacher, a pharmacist a youth Iu. Charles M, Polk, Sr.,, and
Michigan: ; Tul Pitman. Lea Angeles f'wrioa.'this. nuptial masa began .......h ..."..on teil' I... iruuta and music worker and librarian. sons John Leslie and Mr and
'( After a honeymoon In Nassau California; and Dill Klr- at ltUO: a.m. with the Ht. pea.i a. sue p..l boa, ...ke Mrs. Charles M. ...*..Ik. .Jr, and'

Hit r Back strain I The big news this week was the the couple will make their stein Orlando;; "Plorid. Terry Itev. Monslgner\ later llelltyolficiatlng. ne cornea" a ia: .v.tue ariaiikein Many' young people have already their sons Charles Michael 111 rand
Key Club party. All the members of the Key Club home at 420J: W 19th Street Dixon of Tampa will be Bible The music was furnished .ni ot while iue and "k.phunt. requested application Paul Lee and Mr. and
spent the past weekend at the Holton'a cottage on Lake Gainesville.Out boy. by the regular chunh: .t Is. The traditional' "sottie- forms. These will be malted Airs A. C Polk. Jr. and children
oki wo it iiy the bode October IS. Deadline for Miss IH lk and
application Allan
of town guests Included organist and soloist. .I.M Nancy: >
Childs. and various
They enjoyed skiing swimming Ushers are Dan Creuler
was an helrluom lurJ engraved to be In Is DecemberSI. M. Polk r
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Stroud of
other sports and from what I hear also enjoyed some Tampa; Jchn Stricklsnd The bride, of' 314 Majorca bracelet. which I\4Mi betungettlu : Fur additional Information
Noes_, Mrs. C. O. Arcadia Lt. CoL and Mr A. V.
Coulter -
good hot dogs and baked beans baked beans' and hot Gainesville; and Robert Edwards Avenue d. ral Gables, Is the *
Mrs. L. J. Clarke Arcadia her gre..,-..>.. lJn1olh.r.Nt. write/ : Volunteer Division' For Clark of Westminster Maryland -
doffs, and then leftovers! And did ;you hear about the ;; Mrs. Pat Kelly and and Alan Edwards Ar daughter of Mr, and. Mrs. .. Marlene .Lewis. set Ar. elgn Mission. Reseed Richmond. called over. the telephoneto
results of Jimmy Yarbrouirh, Joe Waldron and' Bob cadia. Thomas Ga.klns t>f .hnd.... Virginia.
daughter Kathy Arcadia; Mr.' litigious Virginia, was maul of wish their. father "llavyy
Whitlock's ? Ask them! You really tella No formal 'Invitations are The groom of 228 Antiques.Coral .. MUet '
appetites can and Mrs. Harold Burke Pompano hunwr. llriusin.ia. were Wrth&&a,, Mel Pulk's birthday -
Key Club boy when you see one-they all have mar- IM>; \ and )..1.... I. R. Coulter being sent in Arcadia and all U bi... Is the. son cf Mrs > ity iiauiiita, eoualii of the :. was August ,. Mrs ClarkIs
velous tau.Speakl Venus; and Mr. and Mrs. friends. are invited. to attend Harry" J. Murray and the late brew or An.....', Miss Le. Local' Girl the former Annie Laurie

t Linda Carlton had her 16th 'Anhut:'tl 8QC1!:. Tampa. jyp 'the wedding and eke reception Mr>. birthday Decently, and attending her party at Liver v ,.,afthe Country C't.J.nmect- "in marriage. by he? u u fctis, earns 4lartat. Jr, ufMontgomery To Speak Atr "" y.
iately' following; the ceremony, 'father, the bride wore a Chan-: Alabama., The attenoanU -
pool were Mary( Moffett. Peggy lireem. Karen and San- Longmire and Wore ........1&11. street Pine Level '
dra Ames Shirley Carlton and Kathy Carlton. We MarriageLicense
unusual
length dresses of an
were all to learn of the accident: on August 2. In Mercer | *
sorry Trip i put and green combination. Quest speaker at Pine Level..
which Robert McKInney suffered severe facial cuta. Mr Dud Longmire' and Ksron !iljIIi : ..:..ur.... 'ben aalrta SUM ....- Methodist.. Church for their 11.gular .
Steve Koch the driver of the car was not injured Mercer recently returned ; r i irw .jackets, they Sensed bwu4 monthly worship service' )
'seriously.. Bobby Hamilton has also been in the hospital fromd.a". vacation trip. I 'e&s of sjiguan" Ivy sad pink will be Mis Mary Ellen llor- Marriage. licenses were .lamerel
during the week of July :air
having an operation on his knee. Get well soon, They pulled a motorcycle behind arnatuma.Ur leek. $17. daughter of Mr.' and' front the office. -tC**nly' Judge
!rOilS LkMMkl. J. bro.hcr Lira c. W. llurlork. *mithIlllUboro
boys
their ear to Knuxvllle. ir Murray, Gordon dart l& the following' :
students really traveled this summer. Dianne In Ookisborough, North Csro- it* use grwM.... wives sea Ave* Arcadia The Daniel' MeAtkoSruMlburn.. :31.
Montgomery George Agnew Doris Katherine Prorau. mire's mother and then rode >""M>si fI'.'.. 'I ft. uhers were announcement was made early and Gloria Marian Itoetrlght. ,
the motorcycle through the i rurtnas U._...... Jr. brother this week by Gerald' Taylor.
and Ambra Kay Kller were among many who visited .It. bath. t.f Arcadia.' July 19.
the World's Fair Doris Katherine is Great Smoky Mountains North d c JI tne brew. td **SMAOa now staying. on
and South Carolina Ohio, IU'not. .Irea T nJurnlse. Jr. at Miami. service will be August !Ie at .. .
and! Lydia Ethel Ford. t .t
Bradtnton Beach with her parents. IaRetta Yarbrough I ,.
.. and Kentucky. They- thenreturned Unu,Us ha.w.s- uf, Miami; amirreiui 1 II I am.Mlas A'....... July 31st.
gut back last week from spending. the summer in Reno ) to Kno"vUler pickedup ,ro t ll_mn.. .fralmuuth

Nevada." "Guess what!t. she said "my ulster had twin their care and began the ." rl INah. In HO('.'.. amt her ., ....... anal Dianne

boy*. Marian Christ spent two weeks at Chad wick trip home. {v __. r r 'I ho brkW's soother' wore s freshman year at DeHolo High Dean (Ctoeuale"" *0, of A"......
Beach during the end of July. Joe Nell Bennett enjoyedthree 4" ; pins silk shantung' muddled before Iranaferlng .tea Mount July 311.Marvin. .

weeks at the Lakes at the beginning of summer a .neaih, aiwl the groom seater farm*I High' Mclvnol. In Mount Inland. Thontasi'" >>.
Miss Nhe will' bea
Gonzales Keetuckv
farrnel,
and expects: to go back for another "week, before school s. wore an American. .beauty. of Palm City l. V.I.... Ku: llneBavage
starts. Jamie !Buchan also Just\. returned<< from spending Hcnoree At : ..w. e.ia ......*,, her both n*.l lember.Members Mentor. al the wheal In Hep- 31, Palm. City& Aug-

the summer in their cottage on Lake Childs. Those IIIJ.aas at ".. u.a ore hide. of the Pine. Leveletuirvh utt :3rd.llar .

lakes have really been in use this nummer. Everyone Bridal ShowerMiss Th tingle-ring. ceremtny.rs. eilenrl a ordlal ,Invitation .M Parker. P.a....,.. 93.:
seems to enjoy them. i.llswta.: by a .....,._. atfl. t>. all are resMenls. what" ., Myakke City herrarfaan' .

Flash A new student, !Roger Manila( has. moved to DI Ann norutales. was. (.oral" Gables UUuatry &;lub. ate lnle'e...d .If* .....'". MlMHurbMk. Hall... I'e. ef Myakka City, August
the h .. .. :3rd.New .
at miscellaneousshower
not s >. Uan 1Ht"IHlt paesaue.1 Mchool.
: THe !gurney
: ocatee. Also Lynda; I Rose Stewart who went to .
on July 23th at the see tne W.Iwrl ....... Choir will prevent coastal v -
school here three year ago has moved back. Welcome I II'm home .. Mrs. Fred )''rk.... Jr .
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The ",... shame a IravelinsIef cal. selection. fee the ssvket.Hcmccoming .1116
sure<< there are other new student In town. so be !
Many beautiful and useful d.eM jute. ie.1M.lla' .,.....
sure to let me know ;you're hue I CJrrjf. Carlton has been gifts were"' presented !. Dt t Ann wag ...... ...... i..as.....
staying with Tom tvd: and James. Capn this summer. and everyone emoyMt helpingher Abler' a tM.. week Slay ... sum
Saundra Ames who spent several! w..elt* here with her eaamine. and delight In fcur< se> .the cwMple'. ".win .live at

cousin. Karen Amen, left Monday( for Ohio. ,bet tseasdres. at lo M.-.,... AvsaaN. Cars) Hillsboro BaptistA
The Methodist Church held a Youth Week last week. Aasistlng I n enteric&Ining U...... Allj tallleIWtr + a
Everyone it were Mrs. Marian Maraca. ..* Mr. and Mrs. Daniel. Shodburn Marivaning i ........ll..*t
enjoyed much.
very During the recreation Mis*** Ltede.. Ana Mar Owl ef lawn trivia e-........ for an and former
there was a relay race- ..mb and frtetwt ef liveW
on your head a rubber ball held firmly between. your TJlnse attending were Mrs. Gloria Boatright Weds g*.n4<.....r +t Us e bidet Mrs. -.H ititufcmrw. n..*.rt Cb*n/t t-,1.. : ::'

knee, and spoon tied to a string spinning around your Coetaite Meyers. Mrs. MaryAjtdetsosw ... I>. TreeXwell. Jr, Iff Amdla. win W .net al the) thwreta. eepMMMMy .a..a
Daniel M. Shadburn Mace .Jerald 0....... .. : : \: -
finger. John Lewis' and George Agnew became quit. Mr*. Camllle WallM.UUs a4 A August leV aeewnlMslUs :

xrrrt at this.. Can you imagine the picture that Alberta Newberry' Mrs. Mies Claris ItaetrtglM ...4Daniel e>l IN w............ as .best Mee. ee4M. Mrs. ..I. W. WfctaMeel. ., live ....*..,. ..." VenanFlegle -
could have been taken. Mary Carr, Mrs. Otrve CroM.MUs MeAaVw tUkarfawm were THe ......1s. .. s4 lb. bride. Tsmpe. a wf .M,.. J. C, liar .,,.. Nor, felney Attrition =...

Many students have ben working during the? summer, Merle Cr.-. Mrs AliceWnMdMi. isnil..4 In am.m.m. Tmsilay, s Brink anen>.ji streee wiSh a rta...... ., Weokegen, IIUMata.all wilt fee guest *...ke.,


Some of these are! Wayne Hughes and Janis Hunter at AUae Jwtfy BMKngltt.Mr A_Met t. al t.- The SeiiMenets' whale eerfMtKM ........ *.. vats. a4 Use. aewte) Mr, and .*.< these will ste. a bsMke 'Rc' COLA FUN s SHOW
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Mrs. MMberl Tfewtwell
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Lurtta bfwarvfts. Mrs .. ..
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Arcadia Drug Store Steve. Fitzgerald at the Shop and eerevsMsiy was bold aawsng bsdgs aaa'a ases.e a IU.....*. Mrs, 0.. tJe o.*.... and snowier MxgMtg plop si FRIDAY. 2iOO. F. M
Keith Fvggy La>ve>oy,. Mrs. Emily else' frtesMts and ,...en- at yellow Mih.....-.. weer tef. lets) In She .,..,..... -
Save Marker. Kay Stewart and Alan and SteveYdwards .....
MeJUasvwaft Mlse. Dtanetse aWe at c.- Ueih -
*. awe
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the l .ae Use greasvi'S .... n with a .< -.r pNVw.er
at TUtalejrs 1GA. and Mike Pooarr at Bob > >tg .*7.Tinsley's. ........., Mrs t*.*., Me.. Itev. W. ..... Maser IhMr (}....... / I II
Turner's Standard Srrrk Station. Mike Just had his ,..,...... L. lays Wnrta1..4siaser ......, an4ark Maerta)< C.I I
16th birthday, and his prw *t? A '64 Mustang' Wow I IMany Back a aettlag? W rryetal stew ..sole the brie.Ibs.teliM., r..it..l*rferla....t>lawf tA.5kIaa's ,........, .,......... alt i.
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4 the bek4e ASM .
Arcadia teenagers have been spending much aVUer ... S ..g..m4 eI .. taa....,, .>s...l>aei < taat DESOTOFBI.
of their summer fttatim at the* Youth Center There From VacationIn -.. whoe ...-.... ..acedglsdisla. ......... 0." lkewn cosy leers.*lane As.M1.M Lover wee Mr*, aa lMrs. I
ae saneTltMT
Is always a swinging crowd there, and everyone) ...... 11.- ai 4 "r Mrs.CaUe ..?.. "-. .
to. have loads of f.... We hare even been tacky enoughto MountainsMr. The ..... la U e d.edkt.e WMr Olsi.... a tIN er.... Jada.s.. '_.----- !
...} Mr J.... ..... .. ,
hare live band nights Mu rt.M", '
on sane consisting of A'....AlMS was Deb law.naed I

Cochran on the drums. Earl Guidry' and Ota. guitar. *. aoej. serf TIM Mrs.......leery>.*.Tins reterra.sd tryaifesl .'. .tae, Meads.saes eI,Mra4 aa4 Reia tae. ,-N.-.., atAmeie r .....," lUlew. .aa) IfregwMNa ........-,. a. RON!E"Si I It i I Ii thtll MON.) II
Smith ls vtse l hM.s
and That II
Rupert singing. place madly Jumps bsea a sset tea the grew ..... at" aa..I avast T1Iae were i
when they'" there' .... ... taco da.a4. eesaea waew. tae I I ADULT
.... K..a r e.rwapl ..... ., w.-.,. 0...
Six DIUf sttadVntsv. Karen Anna MIk. 0.....,.. TnT)' w "new" .... awe, kwtataee 0... M ...,....... do. bet.taee ..... was ........ wnh a wbsl.1..e .t A peel seam, ....,,.,. .... i i ENTLOTAINMZNT',
D rio. Barry Goli ring. Era Roe II...... and Nancy ... age uaraes ... Mtde ease a .... ....* e'.. ..... .... ..... ca.n.M. be ....... teri Ct p

sire .. ..... s.. Tb Tl..i y's ...... .... Mead wMJs ere* wwd.latee..4 ,. ..,...
y.... are rprnding this week at the 4-" Te.ti Camp. l.-eep .... sIstl1 .
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No 1
s.-nra1 of thee also attended the regular 4-11 Cam ..M a..,.,... 1 egad .. ........ ..- a beett.ad watt label.It. Uw be esh Ma..wd

and Barry GoWriag' and MJka Dawy .....t to the 4-H sad x-ea wftie_ .arr.... ....Atw-r.. me ..teed'H ..... ,Mad.l M..asI w. ., ... ......a4.1M............e.h..ala. wee ...-... Weet *. ksMws Use best way. I FAUt' NEWMAN

W pollf. Caavp Wtb.V.pey s.M./.Mrs tae -'. glawdrsr.shi. .e.. he sx*. y.I ..*.?
.. .. of ta bset gsse r J
t had a big weekend. ..... I was.. honoreda t. be..dt.oee.tt. H-..7..asasnN. ...,e.. rseead. aMSa.sail .a..........Mee.sated.. as.fasea See .m.4.t wMfl A Idea e.a. >>-.- ..... Mary I'' .. ""HU .1.. .
j > iscw\ o< the brMesmsi.M far ssy rowvddiasr. .rds.'a. C- ....aa.... me Grant DbsMay Miwu1nwises. C4tn. awas. of R... g-. awl
SS gr15 grave esnase at --
: It tank pa*. .la Oral GAbles.. AngMt. .. .. T'- ...-..:, w ... ken anaaea.sa. awd M Mv ..... ,.. ........ ....' !' iII.1IIIk

i and I went down th. day before te exnSer ts be> there far .... by ... aww ., .... ahas.e? wee a tl.t.e>..... W .rMpod' JUIt'J a..e. M.ng..4. east at I !fj .J I

the> r h ?anaL I really had asi enKittasr Usw t ... -- M.-p..... sad. a.w.w Isa hek. sans S. tae pew age. a.us prase. .... .... lbaNI. II I o., .-.. .. a" r....e
When ask d what she had beers Amf tkis ..... .e..ratw_ ...-. aot#.. wMa 1- __ W W. blasewMie .- ..-11 Is' aa4 ........ IIHIIE.SJi:
Patricia puugjceas ,...,p...... *HMse,-. yw ****. .... r.. 11wls at ... __ ear. ra.see. ise. w ... ... swriaMee. .. acct. sad assab .... are....dLFact i
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, rise ..._"tea ... dndfsIs ........ tleaeaaa' L'1
oVsn M: Dat.-.al7...... ts tap th em cold I hop. *s Ca. erM- tale 1 1 a.. lases K I,
, are harfstg{ jot as xrHiaw m ausiBiiir. .. pat. 'G.ees.e.. :teem .... ., 1..e awd ....... at." few ... ---- a h wmwe A.......... the tbOw Ii
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KaJI tt g -e..ar Ma .. wase a tsar ....... sweat sass .. ei a's WA e..tel Iij
larget t4 cad sss* if ywi haw. coq avrvs. See yeas ere..... ........- Oct maid. 1N ..e.......... ..... wlla e pass. ...... .,em ..... ..... Mi.ra : J... ee ..4W0. ,....:te ?t.sielJNiCraaa.MIm 4

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THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia: : Florida, Thursday, August 13, 1964

.. Appointments' 1 I ARCADIA LIVESTOCK MARKET: Holley OpensHeadquarters
J
Hews From Brownviife
A WHO TO CALLDIRECTORY
Corrected At' Livestock
MIs w{ W. pmTCHETT Mr<< and Mr*. J. L. Pleas spent j ReportAugust Charles R.
Holley.
Mr. and Rep
Saturday night with u.
Mr. and Mrs.. Lewis Prit- Mrs. Curtis Newberry In Ar- Post Meeting can candidate for Governor:
chett and children of Arca- that
announced
family 5 1964 the formal
cadia. The J. L Pless ,
''r!: dia visited Mr. and Mrs. W. W. of his
/ opening State .
motored to Sarasota where At the recent regular' meeting Campa, ;,I
Pritchett Wednesday night. they spent Sunday night. They of the local American Legion t Steers Headquarters was held at 2:alt
OF DeSOTO COUNTY Miss Nana St. John visited Slaughter Sierra Siocker p. M. August 5th.
returned to Dade City Monday steps were taken td local to $16.50 I
Miss Cheryl Tyree In Arcadia taking Curtis WewiVrry Jr missing links f-l the Post's- Stdn $20.00 Good $16.00 The headquarters are locatedat

SALES and SERVICE Saturday afternoon and had a home with them for a short constitution, bylaws and historical '. Med' 14.00 to 16.00 1431 4th Street. South, in

nice time. data, according to a Slaughter Cows Com 13.00 to 15.00 St. Petersburg.

-- Mr. Paul Branch of Houston visit.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Davis Legion's spokesman. Uty $12.50 to $13.50 12.00 In addition to members of 1
Texas called on Mr. and Mrs.L. spent Friday night In Clearwater Harold Wilcox attending the Cut' 11.25 to 12.50 "" the press Republican
\ Advertising Farm Equipment I*. Newberry Monday after- with Mr. and Mrs.\ Ray- Legion's- district "School of In- Stocker Heifers organizations and campaign party
noon. Mr. Branch will be remembered mond Walker. They motoredto struction." which was held Can 10.00 to 11.25 workers the affair will be open
by many as he was Titusville on business Saturday Good $17.00
at Lake
__.; .........., .1........ _t INTi NAT/ONAL/ _T..... ... ._.. formerly the minister of the Placid brought Slaughter Bulls 13.00 to 18.00 to all people Interested In the
...N wkd.w .._. T5. .......... U..... MccT...._ ...dw._ back pertinent Information for Med gubernatorial campaign ,
'et95wet'. 0. ._. M... WAh ''......_, H.'..... 1_".... 1rIN. .... Church of Christ In Arcadia.Mr. benny nitch. Myrtle. Tcrl the Pos* historian.It Cut f 14.50 to $15.00 13.00 to 15.00 A press conference was
.. .. Com held
_
PI. .4 _
41.1."Air. C..YNN pe and Mrs. W. W. Prlt- visited Connie and
Jessie Pat.
..4 -.... .......-. I./Ii rl.44. has' been proposed that Can 13.00 10.00 to 12.00 during which Mr. Holley outlined
M ... .. chett "visited Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Sharron Whidden also Boby Jnf
: '' lt O Str f. I the his plans for
= c.C"n': the
: : history or''K' Post, No. II. cam
.
I Prttchett In Arcadia Friday' and Thelma Whidden and chil- be resurrected. Slaughter Calves paign.
Conditioning Bulls
night. dren Sunday afternoon.Mr. Stocker ---
..-- Mrs. Lou Fennemore and and Mrs. Durwood Committee appointment cor- Good $18.00 to $19.25 Corn $ 8.00 to 15.00 1
Furniture Stores children Milton Jr., Jim and Brown of Sarasota was supper rected for the year 1964-1983 Stdn 16.00 to 17.00 I YOU CAN GET
_
Cisuat. IUCTR'C11 .Ie c"j -
.. Judy and Mrs. James Tlsdal of Mr. and Mrs. Sam made by the Post Commander, Calves RELIEF
4"U n M<4 <* < a>y Ar I Mw.w/w.Nw. i.= .N 0 : Louie R. Morgan appear below .
."... rum. W........ .-n.i.Awnings motored to Sarasota on a business Murphy Thursday nicht. They : Cull 14.75 Good $17.00 to $18.00
COMPtITI H._ ._......... ..1M trip MondayMr. also visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack 17.00 PAIN
...- 0.4..1 4*-. A.. and Mrs. Eonny Retch Davis. Membership and Post Activities Med 14.00 to

.0.Y.11.. ..Mw4-rw.NW...... ,..... WA.UII.1'_. J) WM. and children Mrs. Peggy Long/; Sunday dinner guests of Mr. VICe Commander Den- Slaughter Vealers Com 13.00 to 15.00 STAN8ACX fives" you FAST rM

.. attended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hurst was Mrs. zll W. Bradley Bill Ambler Good $18.00 to $19.75 from pains of M dache. neural
ro HOMI rusiKiSNiNat -- tiw* Jimmy Whidden and Miss Susan N. A. Pleas of Dade City. Mrs. and C. P. Rogers; House and Stdn 16.00'; to 17.50 3tocker Calves 100.250 neuritis. ,and minor pains of,arthritis,
pad-TICI.U--Af-Wk.. .N ....._ .. '. I .
Because
_. .. .. .... .d.MrK. > Ar4i -wly 5.MVM Lynch Friday night. Jim II Fipps, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grounds. Post Adjutant Charles to $18.50 rhtumattsm. STAN3ACKcontains \ (
WW1 .. .ww All 4 < r.4 tvrtiHMa .t.r.. Vty 13.00 to 15.00 Good $17.00 ssvsral' medically-apprntil
1..1d... ": W. kUT: MMM f>raMilMi. is Mrs. Hitch's brother.Mr. Kalme and daughters. NcSmltlT Pat Frank ;
=:: : :. .DeJ: Brown 19.00
and
C..N.ri "". Med 13.00 to prescribed Ingredients fir fast
Rite and Virgil Finance
-........,.. See. west O.YN..t.. and Mrs. Sam Ash visited Rev. David Barr hm visited ; relit' you can take STAN8ACK iticonfMtoac
I ...... WA...... s4101.Bottled Mr. and Mrs. Cilchrist In the W. W. Pritchett home Homer Chrslt. Vernon Al- Com 13.00 to 17.00 *. Satisfaction guaranteed

Mercer at his home In Arcadia Sunday afternoon.Mrs. britton. Willis Peacock. Dave Inf 13.00 6- &.t ,"", '
PrescriptionsACCUMATItV STAt"ACIC
Sunday afternoon.Mr. Rosalie Dozier motoredto Carr and Lewis Ambler; Legislative -
......
Gas Chesterfield Smith Jun- .n"
and Mrs. Curtis New- Bradenton Sunday for ; Slaughter .
p.m._ the offering.
--' -'- 679 head of cattle and calves in -
: :; :::
ior Baseball and Bill : .
Athletics .
berry and children visited Mr. a few days with the Gene Tid-
_. ... ..
c > < < pr. and calves steady. ......
.I.I'My. .rl, * .a11M1 lull A _t.Ml ..4 ... ::. M._ .:. ..... higher.
ill-ill Melton Bill Trawick and Jer- steady to 1.00
CM: Sunday afternoon.Mr. Beach and a son Bob Cleve- Stocker steers steady heifers
.... ..W... INNd .d bwIk O.h .tt*.*. 1..... WA. ..12...
-" CwHpl.t. .MM. f ... ." and Mrs. David Williams land and family. ry Scott; drove and Citrus and'calves steady. 68 percent of the sale stocker, --: ,
., ..
.
1 cows
D $ Ow C..p.
C. P. Rogers three
brew'ON. : ae4WM motoard to Avon Park Saturday Wilson Pritchett visited Billy ( years)
"r.r 'l DlXiltatat slaughter.
Oak ._. ffcwM WA. S-4.... a.m. where Mr. Williams I and lUiy Spires Monday Quit men: Brown (two years), '13 percent cows, and 33 percent of' the cows -leu-251 69f Mil I

Printing Joined his group which left night. and Bob Turner one year;
for a couple weeks with the Club Committee C. W. Bar-
Building Materials National, Guard. nard Johnnie Maassen. Jimmy ,

I 'TNt ASlCAMAMOftMt MtetUAMUtly > _O.p..4.b1 I. W.1 ..4. A/3e James E. Hurst left Pine Level News Albritton Floyd Mlzclle. and Custom .. MadeDRAPERIES

( to .wn4. Ia... WA .-;... Sunday to report to duty at John Sulfrldge; Parking Gene
COM."I .* r......... ..... ,
LINT .1.4.NINIr' Homestead Air Force: Base. He ""* TIAtTAN Mitchell and A. M. Lockwood.
EVA ROSE:
ChtMtUS .. .
4
.."> M. ,.; :=. 'r6.:; ... I tad spent a 10 day leave with Veterans and Post Service.
W.kt f S-XSttl. I '' his parents Mt.'and Mrs. J. E. Mrs. Lavonta Harris and George Smith. Louis Ambler.

i Ready-Mixed Concrete Hurst and friends of the community daughter Mrs. Tommy Putnam A. M. Lockwod, and George
I I and children spent last Boring; Flag and Ceremonial
Dolomite I Mr. Snr Ash-' and Mr. Taffysss WcUuesilay in Sarasota. E. W. Barnard. A. M. Lock-
SSAev.Mlxgo CONca.c....' Sunday supper guests of Mr. wood Johnnie Maassen. Gilbert
-
-. -toe. .wM/ ? of Arcadia motored to
I: L.1.4145,, .:,.tY, eel"1.wN; I nta.1.Oordsr Sunday on their sod Mrs. George tlaxley were Sullivan and Jerold Ga.-
tea MftTIUllft u..., *llf N.. M..r.e" A.... r6.s. w...... S.sst.Transportation ) Mrs. Uaxley's mother and mater kina; Legal Bill DUhong and .'. .
.. home stopped oft In
.f1. mtrikrtii. C-N Mew way they
I i (. -L ... 1N.p. ;:.Mt WAI..l Nncate for a short visit with Mrs It. I' Albritton and Sumter Leltner; Turkey Shoot, Top Quality WorkReasonable
'I *.443w.. 'w." ..... -**)!. Mr. Ash's mother Mrs. Lea vie Mr. and Mrs. frank Walker of A. M. Lockwood. Gene Mitchell -

Jove. Ona.Mrs. Pop Rogers Dill Am- Prices
I and W. F. Southwell and bler and Cortes Melton; Grave
Mrs. II. r. Flpps. Mr.
I II I Drugs Service Mrs. J. E. Hurst and Essie sr'n. Jerry of Arcadia visited Registrations, A. M. Lockwood. Free EstimatesIn
Saturday afternoon with her Gene Mitchell. C. P. Ro.er.and .
made a business trip to Largo
I Tuesday. sister Mrs. II. W. llolllngs- George Stonebraker; Scholarship Your Home

COM. *Lm .... ..' *>.*., ........... MACI. _Sjivta tinl.MO Ml VIM r..*.htw AND.v. i rrawr bI.Aid. -. Mt. Ethel Davis called on worth Jr. and family. Read Harding. C. P.
_. ,_ ...... .. .. .._ _. Mr. and Mrs. Crockettand
'- pt. 4 pnNr1NNA I S r Is 1 O ........ ....... Mrs. Myrtle Monday
| WAbM. .''.)Ara.14.1..4>. Dr.. P1...1, WA..1-- --.4.-. W-- -N..q. afternodn.Mr children of Arcadia visit Lyle Woods;Oratorical Contest. DRAPERY .
t I and Mrs. David Mlzell ed Wednesday evening with George Smith and A. M. Lock- t

Exterml--I;; TV Sales & Service and daughter Lorrl were guestof Mr and Mrs. U. W. llollings- wad; Boys State Louis Arr\- SPECIALTIES .
wurth Jr bier
I Mt. and Mrs Jack Davis ,
The guest speaker at the Pine
Saturday afternoon. Call f.. Pre Estimate
I : eow..esw' r ..........,. /N Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Prlt- Level Methodist Church Sunday If all men were Just there
,TMOMCAL' TISMITI COMTBOW s.... I I'''. A4..wd T.Y.. M 1.41 M4.0N Aug 16. will be Miss Mary still would be thoughnot 412 I. TAMIAMI. DftlVg. CALL COLLECT NA HU'ftO..T
.. ehrtt visited Mr. and Mrs. some
{ ... ..... ...... .e4A1. 6. .1..1I.
.t .tt
Ellen: llurlcck of Mount Carmel CHARLOTTE "LA. JERRY LYNCH. Ocratr
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A.. .... Pl..U..p.w.-: WA ..Iq c... __ Lewis Prltrhett and children so much; need of govern
l-i ii': P... H 1_. tl-l T. Y.ii7r High School. In KentuckyEveryone : ment. Abraham Lincoln
..... In Arcadia Tuesday night.
'" w. .w / .
: l: Is Invited' to attend. -
t MINM" - ----- -- -
J t
r.nd Mrs. Hitch.
.... .. Sonny '' -
f Mrw r. Mrs; M.I'T"ell' and Mrs:
I t WA e"J 9'. 3...). and Terf was supperguest
Electric' Appliancesn T.". 1I... ., TIN. I of Mr. and Mrs Hugh Dunla Outler of Arcadia "visited '
I p6... Iww1N5. in the community lastWednesday.

( ........ .- M. r Long night In and PuMa Wesley Oorda.Thursday i
nCTI1s.Al.M Underwood and
Mrs. Ullli
j I ....., It W... 0... ._ Mrs. N A. Pies. of Dade City rRIIiD; 1
j P6.. w.u.. ... Tree Service was dinner guest of Mrs. II. r. Eva hose spent Sunday In
Flpps Monday. Brighton visiting her brother OPENING
and Htnton i
Re. David Barryhlll visited I Mr Mrs. Hagan \
Office Supplies j SUNCOAJT Tail IIIYKIMrws TI.... Sonny .Hitch Wednesday and family' ,

:::::. .': :. ternoon.Mr af-I'
1 .... .. .-- and Mrs. J. E. Hurst.
: VOV *.' Ct $UPPIInrrr I:= : I REMOVEWARTS
-
ow5All .::T. _:::. I Essie and Ruddle and Mrs. HF. .
&i.A : = \ i iI.
: 0N 4.1711. Y..1. ..*.. >e.: ripp* enjoyed a boating
I. .. and fishing trip to Little Oasparllla LESSIE INC.

r r..r bland Wednesday and i !
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II. Thursday of .last week. ,
Mrs. Ethel Davis and Mrs. H
*
Henry Davis mad a. business Amstar Cotanmand 011.| | '.l
trip to Wsuctiula Monday I Common Wart Away
;1 Coming Events Miss Judie Flnnlmore visited -' Without Cutting or Uarvla. IN ARCADIA
Mrs. Myrtle Ritch Monday I Doctor warn picking or.cmtct > I
Ii I .. Mr. and Mrs. W W Prlt. Ins at warts may _IM* bUnling.prwMlin .

Ii COMINQ' EVENTS COMPILED BV THaI chett visited. Mr. ate Mrs Hob tnuml.. W*:*. |Now. w mia anrwslng Into wart-*.

Brown hilt mother and childrenof ik troya their n4ta.ciiMlly nwlt I SATURDAY
tf OISOTO COUNTY CHAMBIM OP COMMERCE Arcadia Friday night. warts away without cutlinsr *e ; AUGUST 15th
I; Mrs. N. A. Pleaaasun. ).11'. burning. Paint.*.. coteries. ,
and Mrs. J. L. Mesa and two ec--.I W. wwl aa directed. ,
....... ....
children All Of Dad City visited common aaMy.va .
.a.cUv.Ij. ... SM uat-i ...
THURSDAY AUGUST 1SPybll
another sort Mr. and Mrs. SPECIALIZING IN

..* Library.. H."..., ,:SO t. :10 P. M, Library BullMlaa.Klwanl J. J:. Hunt Saturday. night.. : .
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Teens and Ladies 8
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CI1:10 P. M, Da t* Meta .

: W. W. 1 Veteran A Auxiliary. StW: P. M, ........"*. N. D..*t. ALL FOR FHH. FUN FOR ALL t Jr. PETITES HALF SIZES :

I Odd ...11... Le,.. 1:00: P. M, rraternal Tern ale.

.At' ***..lle. AnnyiM. i*. CXM ... M.. Cewnty C..", Hews, \\rara VISIT OUR DEB SHOP:

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fwll. Llkrary H**.... tj: t* twMV p. M, library ..IMIoa.T UNIVERSAL

; 'utlt' Attfvtlfa' T90O: .... M, Y_'h Center,
..... TM'J..".* Untversaf t..e. you ta wr.ar* titS fun Its.
19 ", .n_ wftr* that m*. b*. II islet yes h.....Mc
SUNDAY AUGUST 1* wltr*ortly tft* lost.*... rwr .**. V4tg w*__* ywr/'
CMVICI AT ALL CMUMCMgai track. see use Only ..... 8ft
... ATTINO THe CHURCH OP YOUR CHOICE I**** *tr*r* rivr. *. r**. to. And ..... picitacking.ss4 .
.t. (lor eosnplet Luting .... ..... X Section D) gist. $sin Lander th* bcN. roads **. more ,.% :
tH... .*r*. >WAe eon a Jeep Unrr.
*v e yes
.**>t*, Oatrat'Ft**NO.at A..*....._. trtfsi N.*... '
5, .>*r.*.*.fwd to ttt* uses you fw.d lor N.HOT .
S H.n1 e N Mr* Co W. CdanfWl I
.* .. *** IK. 4.It1.d ...* fafwy car t1Mt1"w bolt tor
I '. ,. < I >*wa .f **r--.. |>-'* vWtv.al> In<**trvc1it4 *. 4 ,
MONDAY. AUGUST 'c |" **rf tit*weeN.A..**.*.. In a..O.Tr-ty of*.ard toy*.

AINI..I/a SNdl!. Cl.*, rUO P. M.. SM tf|. ci/ .b H...% as 11M.sww.blt.M.5.NAe/b.a.. "' Men..O'l.101C5a.Aaalr..owl.w1.eiap.rlroermsa'T. .. 1 '
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A/eeekaa ...-'; 53D0,.... Me L..... Hall -'
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'h Civil Ale ..*..*I. fTOO: P. M, Y<..* C...*,. v ..Jar PRICES TO FIT .

w Jey..q, ,.10 ;P. M; III.t PM.... C--- .".... '. I SEE OUR
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DeSate County; Boat *' \'t' telr9' lady bf mystery was born June 20. International l. Leader 1
Club will Have its regular 1892 in the Joshaa CreeK area, and was marriedin
meeting Tuesday. August 18. 1910. She received I
at 7 SO at First Federal her schooling in I
: p.m. Edward B. Moylan. Jr lill-]1 COunty FWld" i:i 4CiiAe..IYMjunI
Bank conference: room. A film County school, and I Ia is amt Florida businessman was 'Council. He Is V stryman of

Mrs. Clyde Carrol Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John P. Bu- entitled Water""The will Greatest be presented.ShoW'In member of the Noc- elected president. of Kiwanis Trinity Eulaccpal: Church In

in Goldsborough orth Carolina chan and family returned last Everyone interested in boating atee Baptist Church.: International today at the or- Miami.. Active In both World
with her son and his fam- week: from spending the sum- is invited by Commodore She has five child ganuation'a 49th: annual convention War II, Maylan .M a retired
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ily. She left Arcadia on Friday mer at their cottage on Lake Willis to attend. ren. all living one In Los Angeles, oe- lieutenant commander United
August 7. and will return in Childs. (great grandchild and cording: to Hubert Sorrelli, States Naval Reserve,
two weeks. president of the Arcadia Kr- The prcsldent-denlgnate: has
grandchildren.
placed his order for the Christmas fifteen
wants Club. served as president of the Kl-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collier Head the clues care-
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Mrs. S. A. McKinney,of Lake daughters Bonnie and fully and If you can As head of Kiwanis Inter- want. Club'ot Miami lieutenant !' -

Placid formerly of Arcadia, Pam spent Saturday eveningand Miss Lana Turner returnedto f: A identify the mystery national. Moylan will be official governor Kiwanis and governor District of
the Florida
Mrs. Carly Gibson last ___ spokesman for some 270.
visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. her home In Orlando last : lady write her name 000 Klwanlana in more than and a* chairman and memberof
Wednesday. L. J. Clark and their daughters after spending three 't ,
Thursday
and yours on a postal 5300 clubs In the United 1 States, several Kiwanis district com r
LaRae and Cynthia at Lake weeks with her grandparent; and mail to the Arca Canada Mexico, the Caribbean mitt.... He has also! been chairman F.DWAHD D. MOYLAN, ,
Cbilds.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lanier Mr. and Mrs. I. D. flier Sr.
Jimmy and Pete attended dian. If your card is Japan and Western Europe. of the Kiwanis lnterna.tlonal '

t cons the wedding of Gina Gas- Mr. Bud Longmlre and Kar- Mr. and Mrs I. D. Cller: ', Jr.. elected and is correct tie succeeds: Cope May, New. and Business Committee Affairs on for Public the Ident-clect two vice-presidents,
businessman Charles A.Swain
I kins to John Murray in Coral son Mercer returned early this and daughter Ambra Kay returned you will receive ali Jersey United State, and of the International a treasurer and six Interna-
who has held the
,Gables on Saturday August 8. week: from a trip through home last Thursdayfrom ,; three months* subscription presidency Committee' on He- tional trustees The latter wIll
during the
Tennessee the Carolina, and visiting ttt* World's Fairand to the Arca past year. solutions. serve for two years joining six

Mr. and Mrs. A.. M. Jones of other states. points in Tennessee and dian. Prior to becoming presidentof He- and Mr*. Moylan have holdover trustee. .
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Orlando visited with Mr. Jones North Carolina. Anbras Kay's Kiwanis International Moy two, *en*.and threw grandchildren. -
aunt.. Mr a. Martha Waldron Mrs. Grace Smith reportsthe friend. Doris Katherine Pro- Ian served one year in pre.dent.llret. .
f Saturday and Sunday. weather delightful and having vau, acompanled1 them. FINAI. CLUK and, one year MS treasurer In addition to naming Mayo
four years as a ) t
fine time in law delegate to the
: a Fayetteville president w
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stephensof "She was content all of her life trustee of the organisation. liehas
North Kiwanis Int..n.tlCIft.1
MX. Willie Slone and Mrs. Carolina where she is been a Kiwanian for 44 49th annual *-
Carrie O'Neal sisters of Mrs. visiting her daughter,Mrs.John San Francisco California.until Never to wander or roam. years. convention chose a prea
spent from Saturday
Martha Waldron. went to Oviedo Lambeth. Mr. Lambeth and
Wednesday to look after their children. Monday with Mr. and Mrs. She has'alwMYs been a good wife', Moylan ls a Miami real estate
He Is member
Vergil Christ. broker. a
Mrs. Slone'a home.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Bevis Loving her kid and her home." of the Miami Hoard of Real Census Figures
Mrs. Rupert Cmlth went to ton and the National Association =
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Converse and children Linda Sue. list Show Hospital
Avon Park to meet her friend. 'l of Real Estate Boards. Mla
and children Kathy; Joy and and Bill are spending: their Mrs. A. A. Kennlston of Mc- currently serving as an officer
Jimmy returned Friday from vacation at their cottage on Lain Va., who has been visit- he' and trustee of several Patient LoadA
their vacation In Columbus. Lake Child Ing her sister in Jacksonville.Mrs. Job Training the previous 17 months. real estate developments and
total 'I Denote County
of
.Ohio,, where they visited Mrs. George Smith accompanied :: said.Murphy corporations' engaged In theproinction UP AGAINST IT
that the In Flora
pointed out resident
were patients
Converse' daughter Mrs. Car- Ar. and Mrs. Don King of her Helps Find of Florida real estate
recent upsurge In on-the-Job Ida State Hospitals. at the end Drivers who take. ehanccatit
and her husband Daytona spent the weekend
ol Karrer 'Investments. Moylan I is a "
the
training under the act was of June according to a report highway see up
with his sister Mrs. G. C. Holland Mrs. Jerold Gasklns. daughters of the Dad "
EmploymentJACKSONVILLE past president in
shown also In the dollar figurea. from riorlila Association. el. nen': : more ways
of Nocatee. and while Betty and Sue. and moth than Far .*. .,
George.RADIATOR He reported that "of some Mental Health. Fourtyfmir ofthree
here visited other relatives and -ln-l.w Mr*. M. E. Oasklna ._ FLA. they ate net qualified. for
S3 9 million In Federal funds'" pattenls were In G, the few rates of Atrra
I friends. In Coral Gables last weekend Mere han 80 of -
were unemployed
percent
for OJT from Mia through VFW Officers Pt.rt'O1 here In DeSoto Caee.tty'< Auto-Jilt Pet.I .
Arcadia to attend the Geskln- and underemployed people June 186... $3.2 million was County, I Ie,.. If yen'have as ac**>
Mrs. C. S. Hayes of Murray wedding trained on the Job underthe Attend School *Vraf./r.e driving' record.
CLEANINGand used In the first halt of HM4. Th. association reports total' ?1
returned from cpeadiAji
Just Manpower Developmentand "at may ....liI)". Get the.
'two months in Shellman. Ga.. Mr. E .D. Treadwell. Jr.. Training Act are employed He told the conference: "Our Thre' local1' V.F.W. members hospital residents of .889 with tads from ...
visiting: her mother who recently accompanied. by bee son and after completion: of training on-the-Jeb training activities recently attended- a school of 3.939 being In Florida State
: died. Her' mother.-Mrs.J. his wife. Mr. and Mrs. RobertR. :, according to Hugh C. Murphy have been stepped up and we Instruction' held at the SebrlngVFW. Hospital at Chattahuocheei 1844,
M. Martin was a former Treadwell. attended the Acting Administrator of expect to surpass all previous Poet Home Thoae attending ,. in O. Pierre Wood; 1.413: In
REPAIRINGGUARANTEED resident of Arcadia.: aa.kina-Mllrray wedding In the Bureau of Apprenticeshipand efforts In the next few months.We were It..t,Commander South. Florida State Hospital
Coral Gables last weekend.Dr. Training. have expanded our Information Stafford Well; Quartermaster. at Hollywood and 11UI In North .
BMMBI. M BH > MB BMBIV* Mr. and Mrs." Ted Eller and Spooking here a.f.the program to provide Melvin Johnston and Trustee. ,, r..t Florida State hospital at'
children spent Thursday of and Mrs. Elmer 1 J. Kin Annual Southern States bu.in.... Industry, and labor Eugene: Mitchell. 'MIIn1.7..
last week In Orlando.They took Schml.rer and daughters Apprenticeship Conference of with a greater awareness of Officer from Pools la districts &1 Illllaburtnigh county has the
WORK: Mr. and Mrs. Al Kyle siad Madeline and Patricia attended leaders from labor manage the training act to>> create the four, nine: and 10 attended largest number of patients al, RUPERT
children!' to meet a plane for the Asolo Theater In Sarasota menu and government Murphy widest possible positive' ImpactIn the school under the direct O. fierce Wo xl. There are B2Q
Wintston-Salem. North Caro- last week. said. that aa of June 3O the tranng and lip redng of Ion of Department Officials. from that county and' lit: from SMITHAGENCY,
Pick Up and Delivery lina where they will visit re- the U. .. Department of Labor the unemployed and underemployed Local officers weed present Polk' County
UUvee. Mrs. W. B. Scott left last had approved almost I2.0OOpersons In the Nation." ed. Information as to the membership WA g'1111 WA..1t41

MEYERRADIATOR Thursday for a visit with her for on-the-job train drive for WS which One of the many unusual tt e. O.$*,. A...
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tlnsley daughter and family Mr. and ,ing['in more than 800 projects Goodwill Industries dependon .la scheduled" U begin". Beplem' musical. Instrument ,on displayat .
SERVICE spent the weekend In Orlando Mrs. Don Harvey. of Rochester: .since the program began almost 1. your contribution to 'makeup bar 10 I III Florida's' Stephen Filer JnItA plMlT1
business with plea New York. 2 the deficit It Incurs each announced thai meni it&
combining: years ago wa Memorial Is a square grand 4{ w waste emasafSianwra
1 Block' North of sure. Mr. Tlnsley- attended a "During the first 6 monthsot year. Money. thus given. to help bers who |*y their} IMS' dues piano used to accompany Jenny Ii'" s.magaattI
O.k' Rltfe. ;. Cornatery" / showing of Christmas toys decorations Miss Lee Mundell Is going, ;lBiM.. we approved for train the handicapped" help themselves before Veteran Day November Livid the Swedish. Nightingale I
PHONE WA9-1341 and other holiday en a lO-day vacation trip 'to ing.'almne*, a* many urwWemployed I I. used for equipmentand II, win receive' special re when aht sang In I-hUad.I""I.

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SERVING THE HUB OP SOUTH CENTRAL FLORIDA 4-B THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia Florida. Thursdr"% August 13. 1964 .
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e07.0' W. Oak St. Arcadia, Florida

PHONES WA ..8501 OR WA ...511 MISC FOR SALE I! Oil Market but the heavy heating oils
LEGAL NOTICE News From Ft. Ogden dropped 7 per cent reflectinga

Classified: 5 cent per word. Minimum chare $1.00. USED AUTO PARTS Generators TNI I sughtly warmer winter and
or
IM TNI ciecurr' COURT
I starters, tires, tubes, TWIL'TN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0' Jumps Above the substitution of natural gas.
6 Display Advertising In clssslfied section: 31.28 per 'lOalOA, IM AND O DfSOTOcoiMTr.
engines transmissions. Save on A 10
column Inch. Minimum size accepted-on. Inch. IM CMAMCIKV 3'Il.S.. VERA COLLINS Mr. and Mrs. Myron Skipperand per cent decline In
auto parts. Also used cars and CM M*. loan Mrs. Jeff Fort is on a trip Kim were also dinner Last YearA commercial and industrial use

0 All classified cash with order unless Advertiser' trucks. BOND USLD AUTO IOWA PtomtiH AD G ,&CIDL, to New London Conn for. guests of Mr. and Mrs Walker of fuel oils is another result of

has established account with The Arcadian. PARTS I mile South of Arcadia visit with her daughter-in-law this switch to gas. On the

on U.s. 17. Phone WA IVA"SEIOL.. Mrs. Charles Fort and new Mrs. Nettle Collins was honored but step-up In the use of other hand, consumption of oils

o Deadline for Classified Ads, Wednesday B.OO; am.o ':P4381.I Ie'.xHOTIC.. Of SUIT granddaughter Lisa Dawn. She with a birthday dinner jet fuel by both airlines and by electric companies was up

Classified set in eight point type. Average 48 words SOUct'OR TO-You. IVA or.M. *SflDL.rt>v notifwd that aCa.plaint is also to bring: her daughter Sunday large at Liverpool.of relatives Quite and a the military marked the fuel 13 per cent over 1962. .

bedroom for Owercesae. b..n f.1ed Ethel Marie home who has group oil market in Florida last year ""Total distillate
BALK
Inch. ..2 and 3 d
friend. consumption
per and roouir were present for theoccasion.
trailer $31 and up. r'c of you..:An wr oPlcodina spent the summer months the Florida State Chamber of In Florida amounted to 10,902,1
0 Box number charge 29 cent extra. If replies to to th. Comploinf. on tr. there. also Mrs. Collins was Commerce pointed out in Its
They to
planned 000
barrels not
New. Mar* **.d used to choosefrom. plaintiff', Otto'ney. C Holto- celebrating her 92nd birthday ( including jet)
be malted 30 cents. 2f.'AOCe: ; Flor visit In Virginia and North Weekly Business Review released 3
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Best otter for your trade- man. f O Box She received nice up per cent and 38,608.00(1
,. orPloadina many gifts;
M original Anxnwr
and .he yesterday.
ida.
Card of Thanks charged at classified rate. in. Barkley Mobile Homes, .m .H. oft'c. of rn. Clmho Carolina. which she opened for all to barrels of residuals, down one.
t Highway 17 N. Phone PR 2- < ttv* Circuit Court on or b.fo. Mrs. Richard Butler of Wau There "Civilian use of jet fuels per cent"
see. about 85
rna 3..In day or August l 1964. It were pre-
3241. Wauchula. Fla. 29-tfc you fail' to do ,o, |f..dam.M by default chula is spending two weeks came to 7,249,000 barrels up j

will bo tok n--reo;: : for with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. sent.Mr. 43 per cent over 1902. The i
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FOR SALK l/Md Oas ;** rno/ roliof. d mand. Morton Livingston while her and Mrs. Terry Hargis total consumption of jet fuel | ARTHRITISRHEUMATISMDo

REAL, ESTATE : FOR RENT in Good Condition. DeSoto p1/M.DONS AND ORDERED at Arcadia. husband is away at National Donna Jean and Terry of Boca by the military amounted to
Oas Company Phon. WAlnut4501. riorida, tttn 2Sth day of Jury' 1964 Grande. and Mrs. Velma I'

Guard claims and double talk mate'
FOR SALE FOR RENT Two bedroom LESLIE f. AVANT. Clvrk.Cwcuit : Camp. They all spent 10,230,000 barrels a gain of 22
'. 53-tfe Court.D.Soto last wecittend at Englewood Daughtrey left Saturday for a I you doubt you can get any rclrtffrom
I cottage at Englewood Deach. --- County. Florida trip to Texas.Mrs. per cent. The national arthritic and rheumatic

CLAS1IFIID DISPLAY $40.00 per week. Contact J. D. CLAMIFIID OMFCAVORAVCLV CAHOt.1 ClorlinnvM C:. PXl&HINGOvpurv Beach and where Mrs. Betty Walters Nettle Collins is visiting creases were 21 per cent In-I too STAN BACK tablets paiDtiJfGet :
sons are spending a -
Jones, Rt. 3, Box 888. or phone C. HoMomon 3 cent respectively."Distillate STAN BACK powders, use ai direct,
JOHN PARKER WA 8-2187 after S p.m. RIDING P. O Bon 1029 few days. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Daufh- per ed. If you do not get relief, return the
Arcadia, FloridaAtlomvy S/Sgt. and Mrs. Carl Tippins. trey in Punta Gorda for a fuel oils used for I unused part and your purchase: poreviii
45.40. 47. 48p'Oil MOWERS for Plaintiff/ '
REALTOR .- --.--. ,--- rr ... ..... lowo July 30 Aug. 0-13-20 1964 children Carl Edward .nd Patti couple of weeks. heating purposes came to 3,- i be refunded Stanbsick Company.

HOME8 OROVCS nunJJou. completely The. Gravely Can Take It I spent last weekend with his Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wynn and 184.000 barrels up 8 per cent. S4J sbul'J.N.C. fI
PNOMI aaAPIMTOM 7SS-12 mother. M .. Annie
r Tippins children of Avon Park
were
furnished. Adults only. sour or *taisi ATioM orncrmous .
RANCHES anOUNDS BQUIPMKNTC*. NAME and other relatives. Sgt. Tip- weekend guests of Mr. and I
No Pets WA 8-7001
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NOTICE IS HEKESr GIVEN that tr
Center 32-tfcr. I' -.1Qf'ed Daman .......... rQN 1' pins and family returned last Mrs. Vernon Collins and fam-
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East Oak. and. North D8eU awtcr ..., tria Clark. of tna Circuit week from Kencheloe Air I PRACTICAL PROPERTY BUYS
SPECIAL. NOTICES Lace Court of OoSoto County Florida trio ily.Mr.
Ph. WA ....." Force Base Mich., where he
Arssala FOR R3New available. Dex A- 'ICto ... nama of BRIGHT, HOUR and Mrs. Lloyd Ryals
with -
weight salely Shot I'. .... had been stationed for the ,
RANCH m only pononnt put7e.r. A beautiful 3 bedroom home.
the
Vacant apartments. Down Diet tablets. Only 98 cent at < .rntd m Mid buwnn* to ... are proud parents of a son country

FOR SALK; ADMINISTRA. 'town. Summer ,.,.". Air conditioned. : your drug store. opurotoJ.w.-np under.anno taid tn Its'fictitiou:ontiroty namo.tno 001Met ; MacDlll, and Is Air now Force transferringto Base born last Thursday August 8th. Large shade trees with 5 acres of land. t

TOR3 SALE Furnished Dettoto: Apartments.3OS 49. 47. 4'. 49-c II. principal, placo: of bu rwM The young man has been nam- Located 4 miles from Arcadia.
where he
modern 2 bedroom home ideally i W. Oak St. 34-Ue of *aid aparatiDoSoro will bo. .at Arcade was formerly stationed ed Henry Daniel II. j jo
County oaCALVIN for ten
citrus years. They report
FOR SALE Bittersweet -
Mrs. Elmer
located 4 blocks South of HOUGHIAND Thornton and
seedlings pencil a I at e. July' Z -30. Aua. o-IJ. 19A4 the weather quite different
FOR RENT Nice new CBS David dinner
Court House, for sale. It faces were guests of
Contact Lola Rodgers WA 9- in Florida and werevery A new CBS 3 bedroom home and 5 of
on Palmetto Street. Quick Action Horn Furnished $83 per Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thorntonin acres

r desired. Mike Pooser Admlnjstrstor month. Walker's 2 miles West 2343 or 1038 \V. Hickory St.41J.p. NOTICE Of ILICTIOMo Mrs.happy Esther: to be Edwards home,again.who Fort Winder last Sunday. land. Priced for a quick sale.

901 N. Lee Avenue of Arcadia Highway 70. o rt .':i"SI that 1 I. TOM ADAMS Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hamiltonand
Socrotary of tho Stoto of has been a patient in Punta
Arcadia Fla. 4c FOR SALK- HANNAH'S hus- ...G1'.i.: do "iLrz-TI&- notico that Gorda Hospital for several children of Punta Gorda a
a L .lbe hold and
32-U Mrs. Pauline McLeod of
banr Hector hate hard work DebtCo.. $ Florida. Tunday weeks, is home now and
m on recuperating
i FOR RENT-ittUclen apartment so he clean the rugs with ..... _c_y_ .... ..... 'Monday Charlotte JI arbor were alsoguests 2 bedroom CBS house and 1 acre of land on
from broken
CLASilFIID DISPLAY furnished. Also duplexluralahed .m Novomtoor, A. .9.. fly nicely a in the Thornton
Blue Lustre. Rent electric aid TuOKjoy Doing tho OH.' day ofNovombor. hip. home. U.S. 17. $200.00 down, balance like rent.

L or unfurnished. In. shampooer '1.00. Arcadia MusicFurnltureStore. 'tC.. till; tha follow ma of- Mr. Ollchrlst Mercer, who Mrs. Vera Collins Mrs. Faye

5 Acre Tracts ulr. 801 N. SMonro or call Omiad" : S,.._ Sonotorpoiiontair owns Mercer's Store her, is Collins Debbie and Charlotte o L
WA 8-8753. I In the
o visited Mrs. Cecil
Daughtrey
CLA1SIID DISPSAY Sovonth Conaro. ional 'S'oc.'Of' doing nicely after having surgery
1 8 Mllss West *f Arcadia Just 43.u4S4SpFan Throo 131 Juiticr' of the Sup*- in Tampa Hospital several and Mrs Nettie Collins in 3 acres of land well located. Nice buildingsite.

off SFt'70 Lw Price *f $3sO RENT Howe Trailer Tire Discount Court.'tw_ 13'Croup' Jwdgee. I. .2.and.... Stx.tr.cl. O.,1ef. C- weeks ago. W* wish him Punta Cords on Monday morn- Beautiful shade trees. Priced to, sell.
I ., Appa0l, for 55e Second -10.' and Mrs Edwards
a speedy
per Acre with' mall down jor DIN or two people, uul- 1-: .** *?.4wI.e ** :-:: I Croup A C. A f Ing.Mr. *
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M r15.r N. 5. Ono (II Circuit Judpoy Twolfttt Judicial > recovery.Dr. Hlx and his granddaughter -
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payment, '" 148.UU pwr ref ... ....- pWe p iu C
slsnseV .. Walkers, life miles West on .. -tor$ .... w.. -r.. CovoSocrvtory.-wcult. and Mrs. George Combs, left Monday to return FOR RENT with option to buy. New 3 bedroom
... .. Jr.. and three of Gainesville to their home in
I 70. .> OIL COMPANY (tar. of State sons Marion
Highway II.T. .-...- D__.... a.p.ollar.mmo.r.f. '' arrived Friday for a Indiana.Mr. CBS home. $75.00 per month.

Turner Realty Co. 40-nc s Maroo' WA 44261 ......, .f A.rkulhee weekend visit with her parents and Mrs. Charlie Harm .

1RrNl.revard Av*. Allan.y C.e.r.15.permterd et ., PuWk Irn5ructlot Mr. and Mrs. Ealy Wal and Linda Mr. T. E. Pavey o
WANTED FOR SALE: PIANO IN Florida.. Public Uhbf.n Cemnarrer.rn. ker. They were enroute to
and
; Linda. Mr. T. E. Pavey
WA f40t STORAGE Beautiful. spin Stato. CAHwathble. .' at tho Twoltlh Judicial Englewood Beach for a three and Merry Reid spent one day 1' 2 bedroom home completely furnished.

WANTED TO BUY Tractof console stored locally Re Oofondor Twolfrh Judicial. Or.: weeks vacation. On Sunday last week at Fort Myers Besch. $65.00 per month. Small children accepted t:
undeveloped acreage 100 ported Uk. new. Responsibleparty cuitStato

FOR SALE -- Lake :Jun4 Lots to 600 acres. No' brokers pleas.. can take at big raving on torial Sonotor.*Err t Twenty-ovontrt So-. Mr. Luther Mitchell of Limestone FOR RANCHES GROVES ACREAGES

2 SO ft. 375OOO each. Phone Sarasota 014-1389 or low payment balance. Write Ono ,ttt. jnmmti.t of tha Howe of and Merry Reid of Cleveland -

Terms. Sandy Beach. Call 110 writ P. O. Box 8384. Sarasota, M1AC credit. 13ft Simpson Dr.. "'.ounty--Juooalork ''''- Ads On Trucks were recent visitors of BUSINESS SITES HOMES

5-4433. Florida. U.U..s-.8p. Rome, Oeorala.A of tho Clrauit Court Mrs. 11. B. Reid.

._ 44-tfc. .. 16-p .Anassa, Outlawed By .* Rev. and Mrs. Connell .of
JOHN PARKER Realtor.
--- .. [ ?J.* Fort Myers have
...;A Colioctor bought a ,
I ffLp 4vANTLD SALE House ty Suporlntondont of PubtX h*. :
FOR : +ik- Two ..ructionSuporvwor. CommissionState horn here from Mr. and Mrs. MILUIK PARKER Associates PATRICIA' PAROLE I
I Trailers On for $273.00 and Densel Dees.
.f S gt.rrotlonTrwoo > They moved in
Insurance WA S-MS1 WA t427tWASHERS
HELP WANTED: Nerd
II. one for M9OOO. Walker's 2 lit MonHi.i of tna of their home
regulated truckerswere Monday. Welcome. ..
<.gnt: to build new debit In County CamriMauonar" Dwtricr I. i ..
miles West of Arcadia on Highway -
w 1 ordered today to stop ------- ---- -
I.I and around Arcadia. If you 70. Two ((2) M.mb.r a* tha bard offublK
I.-' hold 310 license and can I ln.tructvr Dwrrwr 2 and 4, putting their customer's advertising

I qualify 1 am sure you will be a- 4&-4. (Pr.r W awe Aftr.Y signs and emblems on

happy with my offer .W. have I SlMIn Te.fl.ww Wh.raf 1 hew the sides of their trucks:
5er ww row ..01 ars In. The Public Utilities Commission
Ll/e.. Accident and ,Hospitalsalion !- CARD Of THANKS Croat tool 'of tho Stoto of
Insurance. Writ P. O. 1 Florida at '.// h.r.a11.ac.pt.1 issued m rule outlawingthe
CARD or THANHS Mr. ttu* trw t> rrvflrldoy practice and defining the
SPECIALS Box IOO3. Lakeland for appointment. of July. .D. I". >
and Mrs. A. C. Polk and family TOM AOAMV I-to Srotl j few exceptions that will be al. iiI ii-
*.. ,**'" *n highway. with 44.43-447 wish to empress sincere appreciation AuS. 1327. l *4l I lowed.
p
lH cares besMtirwlly. Ian. who .. Chairman Edwin L. Mason
to the friends -'- --- ----
front ---.
Oak tree
.aped..
and s>a.". Has t.I...".". CLAa.1*... DISPLAY have extended sympathy on IN TIll COURT O' "HI COUNTY said that some shippers have -
Jveas. 'OTO COUNTY LOtt..... required truck to
and eleatHelty.' Only' MOO -- the passing of Mr. A. C. Polk. IM *>.OAt| s1Tt1M., ) operators
Sri sister. Mrs. W. T. Maynardin IN THe ...A' .t. 0TAVVOS. Tn1 COIORGC W. paint trucks a special color
DON'T, Mitt THIS R.al Estate SQL1Opportunity Amerlcus. Oa. O4CIAUO.TO U'A". and print advertising? messageson

Call Tay. 48- NAV/rG ALL CA CIILNA3 O fOa.i AOA/5411 AMD tSSONS IA101fA11. the vehicles without paying 12 LB. LOAD FILTER-FLO WASHER

: extra for the service. TheCommission
Jarrett Hamilton UNITED FARit AOENCY. CARD OF THANKS :: To my V.. w h.ebv..IIaIUMd. ...d ..ea.w.4N decided that these
real.etate file .wM Kin G.M.n Wysw
Realtor the nation's leadlna' many friends I wish to thank elan .e.rM h.sated I
I : r you extra services amount to discrimination
..,! sales org.nla.tlon offers each one for latara m tha oftico MINI-WASH SMALL
tl.. 9e* Are WA unusual your prayers County wrkja tho Crwwwy and ordered the LOAD WASHER

SIAM awnrMTTT Askew la a an qualified man opportunity or hue- thoughts, cards, and flowers Court HJU .. -. ......__ Fiorina .._ practice halted. Mason said.
WI uI a.er.dnr .M50 1f.. fIna
band'and'wife t..m.to serve during my Illness. Marl' andI a.hMIS -:.. Fi.. "l State federal, and charitable
----- --- .. branch pnanagen.Request are grateful to everyone for an's of ono r o..rd M. agency signs and decals may
FOR SALE 3 bedroom 2 writing ana) Mara your at r.Mo
the brorhur*. their seta of kindness. poxo
many .. be exhibited Mason said the
no and oft o dAra.a Yw.r ,
bath home. 91 l MO equity assume YOUR FUTURE and UNIT.ED C. II Kirk patrlck. .... D.4'.p. t-.ir aaont or attoi.." .I..ub1. Commission ruled and some
mortgage Will trade for FARM AGENCY, and *. .... ; ;
7l OflT truckers the Insignia
display
trailer or ,lots or what haw learn the full details' about N .rte VKCA TATLOW. -j may
of carrier. with which
through' a I
ai. this
you? WA S-0411 or WA.9-4K> opportunity /e.w a.e- Ma.Aftaey
4.... personal dtacuaaton with our LEGAL NOTICE ... Twla.o, l lIM I they have an agency relation I
i district sales manager.Write Aua' a.ll.202144 :,ship.

to: IN TNe couwvv 'lh coVar NAM. ., The Commission also aId its

FOR RBITments. United Farm AgencyUefeart I I** MtOTO 1M PSOAT11foIK4 .. TMC CISCMIT cower 01 TMTwnttM I. all right for advertising to : ::

....... .. .... ,... ..... JVOKtAL CMCutT /N j M 1 I be carried" If It la placed by an
W. Oedeard -- AM. FOB SXVOtO ".LoeNIA.M -
-
PO" .HT_lurabhed. opaN --.ay ew.n .. .. CMAe1(119 COVMtT.. I'ad agency and If the truck Is
..Private bath. Couples District' Sales Maneeer, ___ __ _t ......... CAse P0, .16.... hired exclusively by a ship
P. O. Roe ttwetle. I
\(only. 3 blocks from downtown FI."_.. lTt :.1'"N.e""-=-rt Yt-:"' /t0.51L.': slab BEVY ea .."..C. I|per he may display temporarily Mlnt-S kf..... .fai for
A1.150Nn
{IAlf utilities furnished. 930 per -1Md, 51.0 a..w tease e, -. a removable sign or banner normally head w.she.

'nontto. Phone WA ....TIS ar w.r.r.erne 1/n1 a. :.In SM-::;-.:',1.r C. tt.s4.. e.w. ...UYDc advertising the shipper Mason -f. .!.. aMemt.ek.
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FOR ",.NT Unfurnished 1-.M -Prfle 1. pry a
FOR SALK Hunter wkeslbalancing .- M M "E. DC'.I\IOA". .
heua Call WA ....&2. rNA .... 12 jI' t
43tU. msrhlne. John 0.sp t 74 Q. 'ILLY Scientists ; pewitsT c.p. trr
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Deem wheel alignment machine. t.. As-.wwo.. .. ,Sole .: =.t twatvp ..*...... family. *.>...*{ ;
house Boat. Motor and traitor, .. S. tTo.t .. -.. MnaCe
iron RENT -* bedroom Ir- .. SA.V4INIw ,, 94511. M)1..D Nor Search For I Ie
completely furnished. Autematto .. c-a ,wrecker on It Ion truest, ( I'. .5o4 C.eM-r 5. 0.- tiet1..A
Electrte mimeograph tnochin*. -- w w w -- 3 WASH CYCLES ". t
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1 abad. Call WA3 J1. An ltms ar* In A-l ronolUam. .......1... County location .f A_ '::4M: w hC; .,. .'rr.rK. 1

4.. FRANK CLINIC TRACTOR' the Stephen Foster. Memorial Ants.-.. l..lLJttAwN.r MIAMI. (FNS A group of / e3 WASH TEMrEHA-

FOR'lUCNT : "Nwly SERVICE. MUc .bas no ..turallaIMI connection I = : = -=. scientists from the Institute of EJ. TURFS f
deceoted wM O.M\ M HO OI
with UM raw of Florida. being WAMf' C_ .. C_ Marine Hcteor of the University -

3 room llra1abed.pan., eon i>le.ely surrotMMWd by Uv* = .;J-c.: .::.: b.-e MM !.. ef Miami are ....-c... Ute
meal for rent. Adults only i A O. **, e2 WASH SPEEDS
WlOtUcwMfe and Swwanneefivers 'A"Ie .... .. Ir Atlantic for. thespewsUata t
LIPPINCOTTELECTRIC I *****
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33 tie 30. .. q. e aN a eyM err w. a.I ejkaruavOpvratiiui WATER SAVE LOAD

Belle of the) SuwannW one .... 011<<11I'0 se from the institute's 3ELECT10HSrvtvssi t

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Wbal9
Qtorla Ave, ArcedU. .UJIO rtUabury. Ute biaso f,U
... ... Stephen Foster Meesorial. walUMned tk" C. AVANTMIbe .
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PunUGorda & c.- will am the Gulf Stream 1 r fanMs Fitla.FI.
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per month NK '- toe. a I...oar Suynaaefpv.r =ec.w9.: ,, l .
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f1. LseeejSed I Mary P.w.H for F.rso..| Attention for .-..- .Age of .artyas and

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Florida 1964 :. 1-C
Thursday, August 13
departure from Rome background of the six linguistic the party of Tito stressing (1849)& During the one hun- ,
on the evening of June 28th groups that exist in Yugo the independence of Tito in dred and forty-five years of { -" -- -- -- -1
was accompanied with mixed slavia. After the breakdownof dealing'wtth other communists. Turkish occupation most of and reopened in 1955 'with I Holbein, Rembrandt and Velasquez. -
feelings. First one of anticipation : feudalism the land was He explained that Tito had the buildings fell into ruins; Jj "Ffdelio" and the Academy of .
for what we would experience owned by the church and a maintained his close contact the Turk were Interested onlyIn Fine Arts. There arc many We enjoyed Wiener Schnitzel
in a few hours when few large land owners and the with the peasants and had received the famous spas. After the statues In Vienna representing at lunch before going to Kah
we would fly, into Belgrade great mass of people who livedin the enthusiastic supportof Hungarians were defeated in Queen Maria Theresa Goethe lenberg and the Vienna woods
our first Communist city. Second poverty as peasants. He the peopleHe said that democracy an attempted independence in Mozart\ and etho'en.Ve by bus We stopped at the, Klos-
one of sorrow for leaving stated that in a country like was on the Increase .'-& Buda and Pest became passed the famous Burg Theatre terneuburg Monastery of the
the many friends among the the United States where there and that the constitution pro- the seat of Imperial administration which was built as a counterpart order of St. Augustine which
students we had met at the was an abundance of fertile vided that after Tito no president The comprise between ? to the City Hall. Facing was built under the reign of
University and at the Home land and natural resources the could serve more than Austria and Hungary in It was the Baroque Churchof Charles Vf.: Her we saw the
YMCA. About ten of these people could prosper under Individual two terms of four years. 1867 brought a rapid develop- St. Charles and the oldest famed Verdun Winged Altar of
were on hand at five-thirty enterprise while in In the late afternoon and ment to the new Hungarian concert hall, both designed by the Gothic Romanesque
to assist us on to the bua which: Yugoslavia with poor land and evening the group visited a capital. In eighty years the i Fischeron Frtach and built church Its three row* of hI.-/
took us to the airport for the no major natural resources, youth camp on an island near population increased sevenfold. I op during the reign of Maria The- tal pictures ot Inlaid
8:45: P. M. flight. A touch of planning by society is neces Belgrade where five hundred Its development was stopped resa. Our bus took us through represent the Old and the/!
humor was added when the sary. The social change initiated high school: graduates were only temporarily by the Second the fates of the Hofburg., the New Restaments and the.Ufa
bus was overtaken and flagged by the government since giving their summers to making World War during which former residence of the I laps- of Christ '
down by three studentsin World War II has brought preparation for the islandto 74 percent of the apartment burgs and now the sent of the The famous Vienna woods
a car an clothes were pushed through land to the peasants then later center for the city. We sang bombings. After its liberation 1 Spanish Riding School In one and the broad Danube river -
the bus window to girls who 'he formation of cooperative danced and talked with the by the Soviet Army the city ot Its wlr-gii Then we went to We cnjcyed the Viennese
had left them in their rooms farms where machinery members of the camp until 8 was rebuilt. bridges were the Church uf the Capuchins: coffee at the Kahlnberg restaurant -
in the process of packing. The and mass production methods o'clock when we' returned to erected and huge industrial for a visit to the Imperial Crypt or took to the woods,
boys continued to the Airportand could be applied also there the hotel for a late dinner plants bear witness to the vitality with its beautiful Baroque picking wild flowers and
waved goodbye from the has been the Introduction of Wednesday morning our guide of its Inhabitants.On '"Wait a minute-before you go into your si.le of ha tombs of many kings. There searching a hither point to
deck as the plane was loaded improvements in education took us for a bus tour of the our city tour we passedthe argument, I haven't finished my three aides!" are tombs of Mathlas I andCjueen view the rl\er The plains into
and taxied for the take-off. health, housing and other aspects most interesting parts of the Olympic Stadium which Anne, Emperor Leo Hungary and the last ot the
Arriving in Belgrade at 1:00A. of welfare. lie felt that city and to the monument to seats 150.OOO people and which' pold I, Charles VI. Maria Theswam Alps could& be seen In the near
M. Monday morning[, we Yugoslavia's: Independence from the Unknown Soldier of the has numerous bronze figures vasion; later. It was changedInto 1 national dance the night before (whom tomb weighed distance.
found the hotel was not expecting Russia and other communist First World War which was on representing. various sports. the Royal Palace llecause to are us off on the bus twenty. tons) and those of her The day was concluded in a
us because the guide countries had enabled It to a high plateau several miles The Stadium and many other of a revtirdlng. performance, that took us to the airport for sixteen< children (except that wlnegurilrn: at Grinalng.: a- district t -i
had interpreted our letter to avoid many of the mistakesof from Belgrade. From hereone buildings were built in IStHi we could nut visit the Muthlaa the 5:30:: A.M flight to Vienna. of her youngest daughter Marl famous for I its fresh mines,
mean "P. 1\.1.\ **.- when It was the other countries.: Follow- could have view of the country for the Millenium Celebrationof Church which: was named for While we waited. in the lobby Antoinette, wife of Louis (llcuralger). We had a cold
written -AM." This was soon ing the l lecture and the lengthy side and the city in the the Magyar arrival In 8JW- one of the greatest< Hungarian for our bags to be loaded onto XVI. who diet! under the guillotine supper consisting of sliced meat'
straightened out and by 3'00: discussion the guide took distance. At 2 P. M. we took We stopped at the Herdes kings who ruled during the the bus, some of the group ). Marl Loul.e111'( and (h....... on brown bread.
all were In bed. The guide the group on a walking tour the train for Budapest. Square, which Is flanked by fourteenth century. The llaps- strummed guitars and sung. leon's second<< wife) and many while the 'Schrammet-muai-
Bratislaw Gosowitz. a graduate through the masses of people At the Hungarian border a the Museum of Fine' Arts burg Fran Joseph was one of national favorite With the more, claus played Viennese waites. *-
of Northwestern University -i;who come out to walk in the series of uniformed men and (build by Albert Schlckedans) the many kings crowned there. -.oo and a Ph.D. candidate uv,city In the late afternoon. women entered our train to on one side and the Art Gal- One afternoon Ur Reschkorolowskl. something of ourselves and royal residency was built by of Gunther's friends who had
English and Russian was on Many of streets were closed to check our passports to Inspectour lery on the other. lure is a a Journalist spoke took away the knowldge that Flat,'her von Krlach: In U.rocaue.Iyle joined 1 us fur this trip Aft.r-
hand for breakfast to welcomeUs ears to enable the pedestriansto baggage, to record all cameras semicircular monument bearing to us about the education the friendship Is not circumscribedby during the reign of Emperor Wtirua. some of us went to the
and start our two-day program. have freedom to walk in and musical instrumentsand statutes of the most famous politics and the economy ofHungary. an artificial boundaries rand LevpoKI I It was started Prater. district 'to rUle the largest '-
This began with an afternoon them. to take account of the Hungarian kings and gov Today Hungary has .- "nations.'. As we entered the in l legs.. and finished In the Ferris wheel \\n the WotUI.
orientation lecture at Tuesday morning was free money the group was taking ernors. The tombstone& of the sltxy universities and collegesIn bus our guide handed us surprise era of Maria Theresa In 11..... The niorr Inc of July Odd Was
the University on the economic fcr individual' Interests and after into the country This made us Unknown Soldier Is In the contrast. ti) sixteen before the breakfasts In paper b.... It contains !tOO rooms. Though free for shopping and lnrtivl,
development of Yugoslaviasince lunch we had a second aware that we were enteringa middle of the square. Our tour Second \\', rid War EducationIs The 4) minute flight landedus wa saw many rooms a favorite dual Interests After a banquet.
its origin at the end of lecture by Dr. Adamowlch: on police controlled state An continued with stops at the compulsory until sixteen. In Vienna providing an was the Millions Room of Inlaid style lunch In the Wiener /RalKellrr. -
the First World War. The the "Political Developments In able and efficient man met City Park the Zoological Garden years of age Three fourthsof ,early morning scene of the rosewood' which cost a Ounther \took us for a
speaker was Dr. Adamowlch.a Yugoslavia" since the Second us at the train station and tookus and the Vldam Park with the students continue their mountains of the l lower Alps. million pieces of gold. In the sightseeing. walk tu the Opera
professor of Economics who World War. He related the to our bus. This was our Its many amusement possibili education two thirds of them After a delay at the airport Hall uf Mirrors Kennedy had the Ilurgthealer, St. Auau.tlne's .*
received his Ph.D. from Ohio conflict during the war between guide Szabo Csaba. Soon, we ties. Because Budapest is the In secondary' schools and the due to a failure of communication dinner with Krushchev in IUISI.I Church and 'the National!
State University. He outlinedthe the conservative political arrived at the beautiful new oldest spa In Europe and because remainder to to apprentice wit.t our guide we arrived The tkhOft\brunn Garden Is a Liberty.At .
geographic and: economic and economic forces and "Youth Hotel (Ifjusag) on a there are one hundredand schools.: Industrial output has '' at our hotel with a few beautiful Barnqu garden witha ft o'clock, ws- met at ,the
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- -- hill overlooking the city on thirty hot springs with Increased four and one half ::hours for rest before* lunch and Neptune fountain soil Florlett University for an orientation
I I the "Buda" side of the Danube sulphur and lime some of our times sine 1938. After the I the ..n.rnounOUr of the city, colonnade. Some of the lecture on Austria'.held by Dr.
WORRIED? NERVOUSOver I River. We had a late but de- group went "steaming". We IBS Uprising, the standard of with a professional city guide, group spent the evening In the Erich: Kroener. and then rushed -
'lightful dinner. visited the Opera House and living Improved., 'Gunlher Uhl. At 3:00: ,.P. M.. Volksgarten with International to be on time for a performance -
The next morning at e:00. the Cathedral of St. Stephen Ths following day was free we were on the bus, passing music snd danitng. of the Operetta !'ldarthi' -
Change-of-LIfe? ( we went on a four hour sightseeing both designed by the same for us to do as we wanted. 'the Schwariwnberg Square*, Sunday, July ft, saw us In ,,, at the .tteduuten.uef.o4. "
Ease your mind. Get welcsxns relief" tour during which Sza- architect who was commissioned That .evening wi went to atypical with Its Russian monument and the third lamest museum In the "..,bura.
with woman's medicine/ i bo told us the history of Bud for the Vienna Opera House Hungarian restaurant the Belvedere' Palate. of'Prince the world, Ihe !Museum of Fine '' Tuesday" mOl"I",. 'Ws had a
special apest while he showed us the Miklo'a Ybl. The Cathedral which had terrific' gypsy music Eugene We else) NW< the imperial Art.. An excellent. guide ..- ''hurt sightseeing tuu1'0'fit.
do-take a special woman's remains of the Roman occupation the largest church of Budapest dancers and singers Hotel where Kennedy plained .In detail the best culIrctton Charles& Church and Ihe Delve
mediein.-Lydia E. Pinkham which lasted from 10 is built in the form of a Although we lea at 4:00: stayed during his 1MII! Visit to of Hruegel paintings In here Palace. Wat left Vienna at
Don dread thota seemingly Vegetable by a woman-specially Compound developed to- B. C. until 404 A. D. The Greek. Cross. The Interior Is A.M. thore vksre l'nU..1.' Mi'islan 'V. tnna: \the Opera hour whichw 'the wttrltl. Also Included' lit the 2190: P.M by bus Or' an ,hour's
endless rears misery and help women by relieving such I Danube River separates Budapest decorated: with mosaics, frescoes and Fast O.rm Mudenta, :a built (In the last censor, lour wt e works br Kitbvn rte v e U. the Austdsn-Cseehne-
discomfort, orfa hot functionally caused female into two parts. Buda. the and a high altar made of whom we had mot at a* Inter.. deitr'yeti l lit World- War II, Tint Mats Albrrcht Du s>r lav_ "\kl.n bo-dsr: ..
flushes. waves of weakness and distress. 'oldest part of the city which thirty six different types of ..i =" *- rS
irritability. There is a special In doctors tests woman after w..; named after the brother marble. Sxabo. told us that 83
woman's medicine which can woman found that Pink ham's j of Atuta, the Hun and Pest percent of the Hungarians tai
relieve those heat waves,weakness Composed sae. draaaatie help S
which marsh but libman: Catholic. refy
was
i ones) a ,44 pe.
nervouaaess, so you canenjey to all this without costly shots.Irritability .
life again. So Is aoothed., hot :now It is the Industrial part of Protestant and the rest ST e
can ones More be an affect flashes subside.So don't sit and I I the city The two sections were Orthodox, Hungary has a pop. .
ate wife and mother. brood and feel unable to help I united only at the end of the ulation of 10.0OO.OOO of which i
If you are going through the ,_nelt. You sax feel better.change last century, Duda suffered 1.000.000 are living in Buda ,
dont despair. Uo as Get gentle Lydia E. Pinkham greatly from invasions by the peat. On our way tu Margaret 0
countless thousands of women Vegetable Compound today. Tartars ((1241). the Turks' Island. We had a abort stop in
The gSAlfe m.ditlnt with fSe ".,M ,. m_ LYDIA E.PINK1IAM. (1541). and the liapaburgaWE'VE front of the Parliament Building
-- -- -- -- -- .-- ---- -- for It Is one of the most
typical buildings of the city
This bolding .Is a mlitur of
various architectural styles. In-
eluding Neo-Gothlc:, Romanes
que. Renaissance and Oriental.
Influences In front of the
building arc Iron rates which 1
serve as "lungs" permitting 1
underground ventilation. Statues -
of rerenc Hakorcl. (fighter 1

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) and Lajos KUthe( 1 s
leader against the Mapaburga) t / e 1lr1
( flank the bMing, .
Margaret Island Is a beautiful -
SHARPENEDOUR park In Budapest. which
is solely for the purpose of
rftT_ on. The Island was Il
named for the daughter .1 a ,
PENCILS r
Hungarian& king who gave his. I .
daughter &In convent as an i
offering to Got to ward off i 11 efl'I
FOR CLOSEOUT Invasion. The remains ft the
thirteenth) century cloister.
where. she lived. and died ran
stall be ...n. Sport clubs *rven / crud I IAU All TI'pa I
SAVE ON A NEW 64 4 swimming poets. sn open ecpense"' weclt 8e .e ,e.rf 1. nclr dc dl ,
aU Uiaalre. tesmis _rte andrsstawraata "oU all
are Mattered all* An i. )'our Alit hi b 1 ff roue sus aseM
PLYMOUTHOR nnly ,
"o
.. seer. the island We enjoyed 1! )'ou paY cncC i uMIRttt rot r GCIf
.. .. Wee r+[
n the garden .f f + t[ cM Aftc
us.itio ;
i. the elegant. Grand. lUteLAlav .:a.solint FridaY 18.:94root moor e.7 .,
VALIANT passing t""s HainanAftnpMtltaaUe I k In anY dinriLr'Irted a r iv .
and mSa- oldCaaiavDrtrf Chi (and Me..ae Moe '.. r
mere lkMt
dinner !) e ff o.vcf e
belle ,
ky CMgltefe
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.' Help NeededFor Mrmae ..-Dollie- teachers went on a hay ride
class teacher was to
News From Myakka NewsBy Russ. The Junior class the Myakka State Park.
. : Owens Girl Seoul- City teacher was Mrs. Joean Mann. The Methodist Church will

Her .helper was .Mrs. Irene have a .film,on "In Hia Step,
OrganizationMrs. ELIZABETH HILL Mr. Spud Carlton and Mary Sue Ru*. Everyone la welcome to come
Cowford's
slaterand see it.Miss.
MRS. RAY
Ben KoberUon STROBLEMr attending music clinic in Tallahassee Mrs, Juanita Eubank, of Dorothy Harrison girl Mr. Leona Gill has been family, Mrs, Bill Lang- Mrs Roy Crowley from Old Irish McGlnnls:
was up since June 25, joined:1 Orlando, was the guest of her hospitalized but is home ford from Naples. were week Mlakka Methodist Church was and her
from Pine Island last Wednesday them about scout organizer for Arcadia, issued now sister Robbn. of Tampa
two weeks ago, sister and and end visitors with the Cowford superintendant of the morningclasses. spent
brother-in-law Mr. doing. better.
fur it visit with her motherMrs. an appeal for help todayto last week with their
They greeted a new addition i I and 'Mrs family.Mr Taylor was grandpar.
Ora
M. J. Mrs. Mrs.
Parrish their Eva
at Jordan;
II. C. Johnson spent the Rev and Mrs.
and family to the family Andrew the mother's of girl's of eMs Alax Hen-
EdwarKarrer
d I I Betty
home Mrs.
in Brownville. afternoon and the piano player.
leaving In the late atter- son of: Mr. and Mrs Rev, scout: age to assist her in the with\ Mrs. Jordon Mr Gerry Albrit- leader dry. They also attended Bibl,
and song
ton was
Mr Hollingjwcrth:
Bud Cillett Boyd on Wednesday visited their aunt Alma
nooit to return her home School here.
}to George Karrcr The duties attached to the Mr .
many
youn! left Sunday Mrs. Ovida Mizell and *
night for Coker
Parrish
Mr. &aai Strobie Mrs. M. H. Saturday night.
; Hill
:: Roan and and MissJoAnu
man arrived at Mrs. Bill Daniels
a hospital inColumbu. i and will to organizational Job. served the refreshments and little
stater-in-law go on Tampa' Mon- Mr. Bunyak
Miss Francine Albritton visited in the Jack Albritton and fam-
*. Ohio on July 3rd 1 L day where Bud will be Plans are underway for the each day. Bill are visiting her parent.
preaching ,
Corley of Arcadia came out and weighed in at eight Ibs. time of aunt Neal Young ily from Ebglen Air Force Mr. and Mrs Clayton
in KMUIOW
a revival Old development of an establi.hedcamp
the
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Thursday morning for a visit nine ounces. Their Owens i late Wednesday afternoon' Base, is visiting his mother The youth class was each
Friendship Baptist Church. According the Gulf Coast Scout'sproperty Mrs. Claysta White is
with their on <<: Mrs. Claudia Albritton. leav
grandmother Mrs. friends extend congratulations i Mrs. Cnlrley Wilson and night at 8 o'clock. Mr. Jimmle
to ing Wednesday to
Clara Stroble. Eddie and Ann present plans Rev. located on Peace River Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Joe Cowford helpers visit her
to Elizabeth the
Carol (Converse) and 1 IJowiisend torn Hill visited Russ was the teacher sister In Kentucky
of Her
have' just completed a new George Karrer. His Florida i the Alafla church I' pastor near Arcadia. The property Mrs. Wilson's mother Mrs. Nelson were weekend visitors with were Mr. Jimmie Rues and family' will join ton
home In Arcadia and moved In aunts and uncles are proud of for our will supply was purchased with pro- over at Oneco on.Wednesday the Spud Cowford family. Mr. and Mrs. Irene Carlton. The her la.
late last week. So on Friday the arrival. The proud grandparents -1 Our best pastor wishes next Sunday. ceeds of the annual cookie sale afternoon. and Mrs. Cowford are from class saw three bible stories ter.Mr.
Mrs. Clara Strobie and Mrs. are Ed and Louise' and our prayers by girl scouts: and will be an Mr. Mike Webb and Mr. Vlnlce. movies during the week. Russ Arthur Thalacker IS to
with
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go Bud
Hay; trobl paid them a visit Converse their services and Velma In asset to the area. Morris Hill Visited relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Yancey was also superintendant of the return from Alabama thu
then also went next door tor 1Loka Johnson and over there. Mrs. Harrison reminded scout Punta Gorda Friday night. went to the World's Fair on youth group. Mrs. Irene Carl- weekend.Mr. .

a, snort visit with Mrs. Lewis daughter Miss Louise returned mothers that the local troops Mrs. M. H. Hill and Mrs. their vacation. They also visited ton served the refreshments and Mrs. James Mitel]
Roan Francine Corley and to their home here late Friday have an excellent clubhouseon Betty Cowford visited several Mrs. Yancey' parents. each night Friday night program and sons, went to stock car
Mr. Ted howland i>f Miami evening from their summer Ona Field Day West Magnolia street and friends over at Bethany Friday Ed Turly and family of night for the small chil- races Friday night
wno is visiting the Koarm. Winter Haven also Teodore and Mrs. Emily Putnal
night. : the
dren and youth group recently
cottage: at Lake June in
Miss Marie Morton was given Lake Placid. We are glad to Scheduled For that there are enough fflrls for The Donkey Ball game was Turly. of Nitro., West Virginia adults served refreshments after returned home from Games,
a picnic supper uu oar have 'them home again and two local troops. It will take a very good Saturday night visited the George Bailey family the program. Also ,-on Sat- ville where she was attending
birthday Wednesday at 'the back<<: in our church services. August 28thThe community effort to get the Every one' appeared to enjoy last week. urday. The two groups and summer school.
home of her sister Mrs "..* scouts re-oranlred", : as she ap- it very much. Mr. and Mrs Bill Hunter,
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Nation and tamuy, at term vU by Visiting and worshippingwith 17th field day at the ceals to local clubs and organizations Mr. Elmer Xinslow of Tam- of Sarasota visited the Spud
the Everett Johnson family and us Sunday morning were Ona Range Cattle Experiment for assistance. pa has been visiting his brother Cow ford I.mlly'la.t weekend. SHOP ARCADIA FIRST
her father 11I.1'. owifcni '.'UI- Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Garner Station at Ona Florida will Clayton Klnslow. and The Myakka City Methodist
ton. Her friends all join in and grandson! Billy Griffin of be held August 28, it was announced sister Mrs. Claysta White. Church had Bible School all
wishing her many happy returns Nocatee Mr. and Mrs. Fred here this week by Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Cleal Lindsey last week. The small children Headquarters For
of the Pearce son Freddie and daughter W. G. Blind Council went in the
aay. Kirk. Vice Director in returned Monday from a visit morning from 8:30
Mr. and Mrs Gene Ryan Cynthia. Also glad to have charge at the Ona Experimental with relative. in Kentucky. until 12:00.: The teacher for LOWE BROTHERS PAINTS
who have been guests ot itev. Mrs. II. F Roberta and daughters Station. Increases AidTALLAHASSEE Mr. and Mrs. Gene White the nursery was Mr' *. Brlndal I

and Mrs. Bud Gillett for a and. granddaughters withus. According to Dr. Kirk there and son's,Mike' and Mark,,from and her helper was Miss Mary SUPERKEMTONE '- KEM-GLO :
week left Thursday morning will be an opportunity to observe (FNS) The Bradenton. spent Saturday afternoon Frances IIi 11. The Beginners I
nor their nome in xennessee. Glad to have PatsyWallace and discuss the differ Florida Council for the Blind with Gene's mother class teacher was Mr*. Leonard THIS, WEEK'S SPECIAL I
The two couples took several with u. again In our choir as ent phases of the research program says 3,799 people registered for Mrs. Claysta White. Fancher and her helper was i

sight seeing trips during. their we have missed. her while she and how It applies to the its services in the 1963-64 fiscal Mr. Horace Hill, of Bowling Mr: Babe Long. The Primary Large Size PLAX SPRAY
stay and spent Wednesday at has been on vacation with her farm and ranch.Kirk year ending June 30. Green has been sick this week. I
Clearwater Beach. parent spending some time extended an invitationto This was an increase of 442 Mr. and Mrs., Russell Knectey PAINFUL __ Regular Price $1.79 I
Donnie fenn of Arcadia, with relatives in and near everyone Interested In pastures people over the correspondingyear .. visited in the H. J. Boyd COR S2 WEEKEND SPECIAL $1.59
spent ,several days last week Gainesville and In Jacksonville. cattle and Florida agriculture said Charles T. Hammond home Saturday night AMAZING LIQUID"
here _Uh' his sister Mrs. lien Mr and Mrs. Carl Newmanof to attend the Field Day. registrar and business Rev Alex Hendry is expecting RELIEVES PAIN AS SEE CROWS t FOR: PAINT
Keel and family Palmetto paid a surprise Activities are scheduled to begin manager for the agency. his son Audrey Hendry IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY ; .
Mrs. Jim iJiewer, and sons visit to their friend. T. E. Oil- at .9. a-m. with tou.... At Hammond said the state and family home for a visit Now remew'ror.r .... '-' i
Walt and Bob. left Thursday letts, Sunday. They are friendsof 11 BJTI. the program begins at acrncv ha a current caseloadof Mrs. Ruble Langford has not '.-..s ._-._--._d.tie..5,. __b.-...... _- CROW Paint And Furnaces i
for the Brewer long standing as Mrs.- New the headquarter ....11_ b..ee .. 'i.r
cottage on Lake 0,600 people of which one been feeling well for the o..N
past __ ,.., _
man was Bud's teacher during G.o' dll.aon 112 West Oak Street WA 9-2321
June for a vacation, Speakers on the pre-noon third are children. few weeks. '
Mrs. E. B. Converse and his school days at Palmetto program will be Mr. Ralph I ..
Jlmmle Joy and Kathy returned High Cellon. Sr, prrildent of the !' y -.. _
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home late Friday night Everyone in this vicinity is State Cattlemen's Association rY % Y.r 37 j. .3 .. .

from a vacation with relativesin thankful fur the good rains we speaking about "progress of th. -;C M'' N-REGIS ER IN ,OU R. fW?*
Ohjo. Kathy who has been have been having the last few state cattlemen's association.'
._--_. -. -- -- jays. The rain gage measured Mr. P. E. Williams a retiree
aver two Inches Friday and rancher will discuss: learning +
ITCHINGLIKE "aturd y. from the past.- Dr. E. M. Hod.ges. yltr yr r JvK /

Gene Morton and Wilbur Agronomist at Ona. "ef-
MAD? Little drove down to Englewood tests of previous management
Get this doctor's formula! Beach Sunday to enjoy on response toy fertilizer." Dr.

Zemo speedily stop* torment ofesternally some swimming and sunbath C.: T. York. Provost of Agriculture -
caused i Itching of ing. Wilbur Is home on leave Gainesville "a changing
eczema minor skin Irritation, non- arum the Marine Corp and Florida agriculture...
poi ostoasa insect tale. IlmemMUcspcrve wanted to get some sun tan Lunch time Is at 12: IS. and
ending Kill' million of ur> before returning to his basein 1:3O I the pro ram will begin -
face .iierms. "De-itch": skin with South Carolina. J is y t
again.
M.I-Uqu1.1. or Ointment. Mr. tamest White and nephew Mr. r M. Peacock.: Associate:

4'r,' Michael Johnson spent Animal Husbandman at Ona,

: Li- -- --.. Thursday. morning at Englewood will speak about "cattle breeding ( HUNDREDS
on a fishing trip not program." Dr. J. J:. ),fc- ,
much luck with the flesh but i:
Caleb associate agronomist at
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One Hundred a good. time sight' seeing' and ., "aMwtjwinter"cropsfoegtazing" ; J iv OF
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enjoying the beach. Dr. C Dantzman, if' ( ) ./ y nit s v 1

Mobile Homes Mr and Mrs. James Dyal assistant soils chemist, at Ona. .'
I ahd baby son came out from "Minor elemente in forage IT'S FABULOUS-IT'S GIGANTIC! i
I Arcadia Sunday to spend the growth. Dr. Kirk will then .x
I To Chooso day with Mrs. Dyats parents discuss "new lines of research". .
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Morton A question and answer period .
and family. will start at 2:30 followed
From Mr. Jim Converse of Ohio by Inspection ol cattle on 'feed DON'T MISS, THIS TERRIFIC OPPORTUNITY TO .
i while enroute home from six at 3 o'clock. "
months In South America was The Ona Range Station Is k
WIN ONE OF THE' HUNDREDS
OF WONDERFUL
the over' night guest of his located off route sea about 13 ; ;
i uncle Mr. E. U. Converse Sunday miles north of Arcadia. The u

U o i of last week. He flew to station was established 'In 1041 PRIZES LISTED .BELOWITJI I
... Miami and picked up the family to study many of the aspects it i I r
war car to complete the trip to associated with stock $
I his home In Ohio. +
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coulter raising Florida In Florida.Agricultural Experiment 1 ? E WILL ,BE OVER 250 WINNERS I

Come see the finest selection I Arthur and Jana left early Stations are associated
Monday of last week for Lake
with the University' of Florida -
of New and Used.
Homes on the West Mobile Coastof Child where they stayed until In Gainesville. Dr.:I Kirk And jt's so simple to enter I If
Thursday .afternoon on a will be In charge of the Field .....
Florida. vacation.. They returned home Day Program at the Ona Sta
lO-wldet. 12'wldes :2O-wldes I and then early Saturday morn- lion 4 Simply I fill in the entry blank at"any
Unbelievable Ilargalns Ing left fur Ft. Lauderdale for
a visit with Mr. and Mrs The greatest ef faults Is to be
Several Repossessions& all Kw k.'Chek; Winn-Dixie store and
Charles Scott Donna and Doyle conscious of none. Thomas f>, N $ f ,
fur several ,o,
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: _A- THE ARCADIAN Arcadia Florida. Thursday.. August i 13. 1964 .- ,


i i .July 31 at- her home at 22 East was born April 5. 1883: In Oxford cadla: husband brother.Paul Hanna James,- LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICEIN LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL;,NOTICE 1 1villo.
U. S. Army;
Magnolia Street. Florida. She had been a Waters of Daytona Beach.

Mrs. Westheaffer was born resident of Nocatee for many Active pallbearer were ElUs TNI CIRCUIT COURT Of TMI TWILfTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMB HOI..D.R o* .l CMtD DISC.PT.ON

November 7, 1876 in Pennsylvania years. Turner. Sammy Hanna. Poe ouoro COUNTY. fLoatoA.. \. IM CHAHCtar.., NO. '.,J" Tlttt AND MOaTOAwCS.OTMIN TIAIII AiSIlStO PRINCIPALLOINee AMOUNT.

iI and has been a resident Survivors Include her husband Ronald Lazar. Ellis McCall. CITY OP ARCADIA. 'O munlclowrcorporation .. CLAIMANTS.aLOeIC LOT Lathe 4os> .TAX

here for the past 44 years. She W. H. McClelland of Edward McMillan and Thomas of ttv S.ot. of FMaa. Unknown noir. of Mar.C .. '.'. '

was a member of the Churchof Nocatee, and her children: Walter Waters honorary pallbearers ''W.Plaintiff. ry J--. deC...... ", .

I .TILL MAC DU""' ELL the Brethren. Services were S nuneraU.. Arcadia; Hoc were ;Preacot Taylor. Clyde NOTICE OP FORECLOSURE. WH. .M.IIM..... MoMIe. WM.* fWllUom 1 ji'f iiii rhens. '500 390It
OPTAX ANDSPECIALASSESSMENT
from the Robarts-Grady Chapel ace Summerall. Brooksville Kelly. Eugene Fowler, lon LIENS : ::U r ,0
Funeral services were held ..."A...nu. Areaa- IZ-.50
with the Rev. W. M. McGuire Claria Ne< Jta\x 24th In Winter Park for officiating. .James and John Wesley Sum- C. O. Coulter SPECIAL'' ASSESSMENT LIENS ARE DCLIr4OIJENT.'' dl.. Florid 15610 l "T BOO
Sowell.
resi Leighton AND AGAINST. THE HOLDER, OP RECORD 1,01 .
Stella Mae Duffell. /SO
I Mrs She is survived by three meralls, all of Ft. Myers, and Harold .Johnson Jimmy Murphy TITLE MORTGAGES OR LIENS AND OTHER f 142 t. .L .
d.ntlof( Orlando and a former daughters. Miss ,Jennie G West W. F. McClelland of Arcadia; .John Wynn Alvin Proctor :- CLAIMANTS TO THC RESPECTIVE PIECES OR A..W GILCMRIST-S, SUB. 'i .
resident of Arcadia for many PARCELS OP LAND HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED.Do of tno SI'4of
heaffer of Arcadia; Mrs. Walter 19 grandchildren and 12 great Laurence DIVISION /
Ervin Westberry. .NVV/4 of SoctiOn 34.Towrh '.
died
! ;years. Mrs. Duffell July Kaufman of Mommelston. Pa.; grandchildren. Waldron and Luke Robertson. TO ALL PERSONS AND CORPORATIONS MERCINAPTE NAMED AND 'IP I 22 at her home in Orlando. and Mrs. Annie Murphy, of Pallbearers Claude Bel- in ANY Of SAID PERSONS WHOM HUSBAND OR WIPE IS NOT NAMED! 24 tort of t Isaccord.
were Interment was August 1st IS MARRIED THEIR UNKNOWN SPOUSE AND IF ANY OP SAID PERSONSARE City of Arcadn. .
j She is survived by one Tucson Arizona; one son. Gray flower .J. B. Fender Clyde Oak Ridge Cemetery with Ro- DEAD THEIR: UNKNOWN HEIRS CXVISEtS.: LEGATEES GRAM- t.Sat e..r of.t.. r r

daughter Mrs. .James Wilson, bill Westheaffer of Manheim. Peterson S. N. Smith. W. A. barts-Grady Funeral Home In TEES AIMTS"ASSIGNSCS' CLAIMING LIENORS.BY. THROUGH CREDITORS UNDER, V5JUN: OTHER SUCH CLAIM.DC- the:=...Clerk. in of trio tno oftico CircuitCourt of

Panama City; one son, Virgil Pa; four grandchildren; ten Pollach and Grover Holland. charge of arrangements.NOAH CEASED PERSONS AND' ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES HAVING OR CLAIMING of DeSota County .r
Duffel Sanford; her parents, great grandchildren: and one Interment wa. in .Joshua Creek TO HAVI AN INTEREST IM OR LIEN UPON- AMY OF THE LANDS! S Florida! ] ... t-

Mr. and Mrs. .John Mock. Opp greet: great grandchild. Cemetery with Robarts-Grady You DESCRIBED_ h.r.Ot'MEREIN.porofkm notifO.d: that IM C y of A..Ia..nIc1po1 car. Daily Smith ==' unC 9 IU: ,I .' ;,/.11

I Alabama; six sisters, Vertie Pallbearers were Roy Craw Funeral Home. In charge of N. KIRKLAND of the Ssar of flarlda. hot I.Nd .... ..., .t c-to M IM above known General tot Delivery.Could *ddron -. '::U ".
'Lee Owens and Mrs. Estelle ford. Harper Cassler Lonnle arrangement. named Court to forecloee delinquent ta e. and ipectol mnnmenti. wittilnteret *. Florid. > .BSf
service held and penoltie 1 upon Its parcel of land asafh m the foHowmaKnodule
Qualte, Winter Garden; Mrs. Walston. Carl Baird sad .J. E. Funeral were the aooregot amounf .. such tan lion' or pcial __....,, Metropolitan Dad 1i1t31 ?
\iBovie Parrlsh Andalusia Ala.; Bates Interment was in Oak this week for Noah N. Kirk- and ptnaltio* oaaMwt ass repectr parcel* of tand.as County M/ero', ,. .
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BII of / betna uclt In tt 1131
JANICE land. 81 who died in a Bartow Complaint, oppoMte. *. parcel* >o M.arnMb.. Lionor
'Mrs. Sarah Spinson. Opp, Ala.; Ridge cemetery with Robarts- HANNA' following ochodulo. ...,,: .
Mrs. Elouise: Donaldson. Birmingham Funeral Home In chargeof hospital after a brief illness. ,.'' ,11q60.' ., 821
Grady !
Funeral services were held Mr. Kirkland a farmer and HOlDtR OF RECORD MSCRIPTfOM .(It.. '.'Z ,
and Mrs. Dorothy arrangements. at 2 last TITH.: MORT A IS, TEAR PRINCIPALAMESSEB .. S;, ; ', ,.6.1. ...4O
p. m. Saturday for lifelong resident of Ona. is survived LOINS'' AMD OTMfR LOCK LOT AMOUNT :
D. C.
Swann Washington: ; one ,Janice Hanna 21, who died in Lonnie Kirk CLAIMANTS: *> LEVIED OF TAX brae. McK.nM.. Dradk N .t 2' :P Itd '.*0
brother. Eaten Mocks Opp, by one son, .. 'Iordo'! :IISI: : 1ceo:::
CARRIE MCCLELLAND a Tacoma Washington; hospH- land of Winter Haven, three ORIGINAL' SURVEY of 55S
four
Ala. and grandchildren.
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al after a short illness The daughters Mrs. Sallon Albrlt- ttio City of plot..... OCr I4O 13'20
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Graw-Kow Funeral Home of Funeral services were held Rev. .Jerry. Atkins- of. Daytona ton of Okeechobee Mrs. Herman cordino to tn tn* ttwreofrocorded Offcoof 142I 660

Sanfard was In' charge. of ar In the Robarta-Grady Chapel Beach officiated. 'Adkins. Princeton. N. .J-, tKe Clorli of Dab ... 116 BBO
cult Court of s. ..,. 19)0
rangements. ,July Slat for Mrs. Carrie Mc Mrs. Hanna was.born In Arcadia and Mrs. William Evans. Win C. awy. FtorM.. Ralph' Ward t.*addrOM known ad- O. ::n BOO 90040O

Clelland of Nocatee who died October 5. 1942 and wasa brother drew"il-Singtotao AvoArcadia. '
half ,
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ter Haven; one Mary Elizobatn JanrwonC2I3O 12 WK of 13 14 S 2..70 /4O-
ANNA Q. WC8THEAPPER at Arcadia General Hospital member of Holly 11111 Baptist Wilbur Fox. of Jacksonville SW 2rf St. Mor 19.3. S. 1.70 Flo. 0.. a.: ff roc.1on 141 ,+ a B-2S*5

July. 28. Rev. Guy and Sidney Church. and two half sister Mrs. Charlotte Mitt omt 3S,SNY Florida" *'tr> St. ,., ,143*.z.w .3s.3.7.3.

Funeral services were held Albritton officiated. She ia survived, by her parents Showers of Tampa and Mariloo T, Smith, and 53 20 121 35.00 Edward Hapaarth' or. ftnel S :

Tuesday August 4th, for Mr*. Mrs. McClelland was a member Mr. .and ,Mr*. Kermit and Mrs.. Mary Smith. Germany; rHMband S, C. Jnr>.tri, I M, Hogaartm, COtnkOltor

t :Anna.G. Westheaffer who died of the Baptist Church .and Katherine Beard Waters of Ar his mother Mrs. Rebecca Al Ierdo 124! S. Sumtor.' Arcadia 2a2l* '1 MortoaaOCoro .
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brltton Fox. of One and 18 OAK RIDGE: a 5 ,P
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grandchildren and one great ArccoMo. o:eadthe= f' 1\ Mert.ee. MORQUS MANOR, e 'f', "y:;"' :
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grandchild. plot euodrviMen of tha City 'K : .
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OfTceof' .t .
Isle Clerkof of .Arcd'e..PMSdo OCr : "; "
the Circuit Court of.DeSato cordlnq to plot thereof .
County. -Florida, 4, r_....-.." HI ,the Office .. ., .
MOVING James Crumady Hiram Preston P a '.'7' '0'.33 Of 1- CI.rk :; tIa g; '
'Il, b' .. Maj.] and. _It.L.V..WillIaM ISS 159I4O .:.3y County cult Court Florida. D jo ,

Completes Course. 75.MIa.. PIorkiabk' I Green Toe I.' Colored. I .' 4 15 '1 ..JJls
141 Z 2.0 MC. Church, en anu+. 117. ..3'comoret
142 .d esoclotlon. 4 3IS
'. Army Reserve :MaJ. .JamesB. 143 ,220 c/a Geraldma. McQuay. t *' f 1 --.33

To New Location Crumady. son of Charlie BUNKIR'S SUIID.VIS- / 432 Singleton.. .. Arcadia.
Crumady 30 Palmetto Street ION of the City of .Arcadwj > ,'........ :'
ojccardm to Plat ;
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Arcadia. Fla., graduated from tKvroof, recorded tn the TyW Alpby.p '143 a. 2)2QWeyer
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Reserve Command Ofwee of ma dark of Ion-.J . .
the Army "
,../Circuit Court of Do- e .
and General Staff College Associate Sat* County 'lor...... v LINCOLN PAJtK. a .... '
; divi. .*.on of tne Ctry ofArcoaVa
: Course July 1.. following Mr* RutH Cab and S All bins Southof (0 ej t>(j Flarldo' accordtne ,I'
1.1.Arcadia two weeks of active duty nuebond, Rufu F: c:1:. 60Rbo.M to plat thereof re. F','
A 'i.ta 1 corded in tno Otfic of
training at Fort Leavenworth *, OPOC.de 1 .S' the Clerk of tn* Circuit '. '
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of
Court DoSotACounty.
Kansas. The course: was con- IWIrL S. I. Pennon. and

ducted by the Dallas Texas NatIt t.r.ba.d P.ac. s. A'_. Pisses... Ata.era. .. '. 41. __ 2 1 Florida.M. .. 2.' i.- B '4 I-I' ., .s isehi

United States Army Reserve Pla; f..;. t'1.e.I ... .
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Office Suppliers : The Army Reserve Com Pl.cq., : Fie; t..i..' y '". 1 '....... -.- !J" .. ..
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Staff Associate ..
: mand and General h.r.P.on. Avow" '-1 ..' i 316
Course was Park.. :::='
V. '....'. program Mrs. /"Si: SutI'f.' ; -: f 660
1 16 160
created In 1937 to enable Reserve ton Ave.. fort .PMrce* r '. *. I YPlMMa '.'r\
116 160<
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130 West Oak Str..t 4,.:$* officers to receive :the ; O\\ ; N //It// ; I / "116 t RIO
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I same instruction given in residence .- riorlfla.Mr ) I M P M. WALDRON-S AD-
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} Cron ., z.- DITION' t tno Car of
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1 : WILL BE CLOSED FROM tjf: : course at Fort Leaven- PM teed; W*'.. D Avon ThomoowvAvon Pak i.: t ,rt plot Arcadia.unknown. ths.of. ecc--.-..... .to...
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worth. of the res- Park fta. '
., Completion Unknown nolra o. J. D. .' Py-: Of tS CI.cuh Carom of .
!!\:. 14th AUGUST 19thR i' serve course takes five years, Tea. ....- dec.-d. .> r. DoSoto c-,.; Ftarktaa ; o.L. ,

"' AUGUST to with the last two weeks spentat ''I r.nr.trv' 'SAID- : A.t. -:n.known..doss ado 47 11:; ro 1 1110:

Fort Leavenworth. *wbdn>_ .t tb'Cm/ as./. J_ A. Ne*.
During the course: Major ..MN'.Ms. "........ imonto.. 10 Anwtw.dam 1.9 21'10<>>
plot 11.usfs Now York 32. Now ,
TI R.-4op.r\ing for Regular Business .' Crumady received instructionIn : ed ter MI- Clrt "vrk. i ..S.- I 300I
command leadership, principles of the Cwrk of the f.
cult Court of OoH .n'
of war and logistic: County florid. *. ; t ,

He Is regularly assigned tq ..... f W WHIDOtM'S' SUBDIVISION .
; 19th Mi. '* IS. If- -"
I : Wednesday, August the 4tC th U. S Army Reserve .." .rs.JLil Helto.ey. 4OJO w..cL '9'J r\\ ..' Arcadia.of,...tha._.City orecorded *- + .
115
School In El Paso Texas. PI.hrE. Avonuo, S t.Leu I c___. ro plot tI.rosf '

The major II I employed as a ,* ,12. Mmourla I 1.51 Of mo Clerk.in of tfto tne Dtf Circuit >c. .. .'.

supervisory mathematician by ...n Soaton. SyMjcou, **. t: : I. Court .. De&ote .. .. ..lCwMy
Anyone needing Supplies or Services during the time we are the Department of the Armyat F lei!Ida

call WA 9.2841 ClNeiI Vmoeler.ton. Hou. 1M. ,.. a w11llam E.st.sf ...1 P I. 3 a S 11e0' ** 0
f -. : cloi.eJ.may White Sands Missile Range. _
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'..alf New Mexico. A member of M NINllway... .... R ..,. ..tY 103 JIrd.n.. Arcs 1iJt; )I ll: :

Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity, :r.::.. ..=:: ; ... :
ln o *er Mnrtgoae" Corporation
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Watch For he received his bachelor of NIAnsaa M. 1eNb.N ; 2421 1 --.- S

science: degree from Florida A. unkoeen. lost :.... St ,hfsllv., 1 |
t It M. University Tallahassee. = addrOs Nude. 1! :
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lola. live at :3S1IH Tularoaa ... ;<-_ ItNiSUIVG00aLAANRD a
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Avenue. El Paso Texas. Ilia Memel Het_. .d .. C r.0:4": .

:{ GRAND OPENING mother. Mrs. Evangelist Cru- r.:.. eddies 50rww Arcades lad, -, 1P''i L Cohmol 'Haeeld1.. ............ 200 f_ 1I.'T'- 115.
mady. lives at 1710 N. W. Third 11. tto .. SW .f H 1580
iouUo Hollow. ad'! ... ... ...e M.v ** SWV4 of 'W" 440
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Northern Dancer won Hla.lean's Assn A1c.dr PISJ. :, '. Sna/wrOv

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: DeSoto 4-Hers Attend o

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tI -a : Cloverleaf This WeekSix

Arcadia, Florida Thursday. August 13. 1964 iDPKOCKKDS

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DeSoto County 4-11 Club Lester Hatcher. DeSuto County v.... .,r, .. .,.. ....
members departed Monday afternoon Agent, assisted in transporting -
r4 for the special teenage the group. to the camp: and
camp to be held August IIra.o.eile u.Wbfty wet seivs
10 to 14. at Camp CloverIcuf counselor.

)tl near Lake Placid Approximately 73:\ young 4-
Those attending are Mike ll'ers of" DeSoto County attended -
Dawsey. Karen Ames Barry the 4-11 camp held at'
Goldrlng. Nancy "\srna. Terry Camp Cloverleaf near Lake
Deriso and Eva Rose lagan Placid the week of July 27-
31. They were accompanied by
Mrs. Pustelle Dawsey. Mr Lester 1iS !.Lj- S
VETERANS SERVICEIN Hatcher. Mrs. Kathleen
.Parker Mrs IXris Power, Mrs. :
: ARCADIA AUG 20Bert Janet Massey. Mrs. Dorothy -t V.- .
Micelle and Mr. Sob Turmr
Close. IXSoto County Swimming classes were taught
Service Officer Court House, and Red Cross cards given out. r Mti.
Arcadia. Fla.. announces that Campers enjoyed other recreation + J (
Stacy C. Miller Assistant such as Softball shuffleboard t

ALL, STARS-The members of the State Service Officer Florida ping-pong, badminton,
Westberry Eddie
ry Clements Larry SUPERVISOR SUBSTITUTE Department of Veterans Affairs and free swimming. .
Arcadia All-Star Little League team Crouch. Jacky Beam. Robert Heine, Mrs. Waldron will b. In Arcadia from .
Peggy and
sub Thursday
are pictured with their coach priorto and Murray Brennan. Back :3 OO to 5:00 Friday mornIng
row stituted in the office of the : p. m : p. m on the group toured Highland
their defeat in Fort Myers recently. left. Toney Guidry Danny Manlcy Supervisor of Registration. Thursday August. 20. 1004 Hammtck. Mr. Hill Fletcher I

A North Fort ilyers team defeated Chris Carr. Walter Bailey. Ray Cline llayman. who attended Miller's visit to this vicinity from Arcadia taught a classon a .
the Arcadia stars 8 to 4. but Blunt, Rex Smith. Darryll! Head. Billy the state convention: of will be for the purpose of help entomology Dr. Emily: King
lost to a Sarasota team Monday. Neal and coach Jerry Scott. Supervisors of Registration at ins veterans and their survlv Slate 4-11 Leader. taught classes .
Front row. left is: coach Lee Hughes, (Sunniland Photo) Ft. Lauderdale August fifth ors or dependents residing In on Civil Defense and 4-H
Renold Edwards Keith Mosley Lar through ninth. this area with regard to Veterans record-keeping and Mrs. Daw-
Beginning Administration benefits sey taught a class on milliners.
September 1st
Hayman announced that he such as: hospitalization Education In the evening the campers:
of tea duty and practical experience and Training Insurance enjoyed folk games, dancing,
I Edwin R. Pent Now On Unimak would tour the 13 precincts: In nt
and and movies followed the
In duties as helmsmen DeSoto County on dates to be Disability. Widow's Dependent by
lookouts and in deck announced later for Parents Benefits O. I. evening vespers service The
Edwin R. Pent fireman ap mak, a 311 foot training ship seamanship.The qualified voters who registeringall do not Housing Loans, etc. last n1&hthe annual candle-
prentice USCG. son of Mrs. now training cruise to lighting service was held
on a
ship operates out of have their names on the rolls Miller represents the' headquarters
I Ethel Parker of Route Three. Halifax Nova Scotia Cape May New Jersey the site for the coming November 3rd office of the Florida Tomorrow a leadership meetIng .
Arcadia: Is serving on board Unimak provides young Coast of the Coast Guard's largest general elections. lie urges Department of Veterans' Af will be held In Ft Myers, t
the Coast Guard Cutter Uni- Guard Reservists._ with a taste. _Recruit_ .Training Center. that all voters not registered fairs Pass a .Grille Florida headed by Miss !iiuth Harris,
---- I be present at their polling and his services are offered with 4 from DeSota> County,
places on the dates set. free of charge to all concerned.mer : planning to attend.
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The American Legion Auxiliary Chaplain of the district. canlsm. .Mrs. JerroKI Oasklna:

"K" Unit No. 11 met In The IMS membership driveis Child Welfare, Mrs. George
fl/ regular session Monday! night now \)1in the Legion and Msckle; Community Service.
j. ,. :.: CIIKCIC---1..: to It. John Nichols chaIr-
;. August :3 under the leadershipof Auxiliary: and the subject of Mrs. Illeeka Klsller; Membership .
man of the KIk'a: house Committee, present a
President, Mrs. Gilbert Sul- membership was stressed during .Mrs. Virgil Drown) Legislative. -
.>>-.#; livan. check: fur $.1tM to Robert (Hob) Allen enmrnitteemember
the meeting. Miss Ruth McFJya.. Girls .
to KIk'a: Hurry-Arum Crippled>> Children'sHospital.
? Mrs. Harold Wilcox -
reported
;.. on the School of Instructionof The Auxiliary Is conductinga State, Mrs. Harold, Wilcox{ ItehabUilatlon. Tho check In net procvrdt from the
weekly: rummage sale at II Mrs. Claude Rogers .
H ,. the Eighth District which Ilar-Il-Cue hrttl July 4th. Thu prrsvntatlon wai
e.'ti r' she attended at Lake West Magnolia, the proceeds made recently ..
going for community service. -
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Placid. The main speaker was
This will continue through August
FloOd E. llosklns. US.N. retired
and Sepl.mber.rre.'dent .
who gave a talk onAmerkanlam
**. Sullivan gave a r.1.1'S \ ....

The sermon at the school was partial list of her committee ...... .... ..Is..'. .
by Rev Teddy Greenberg for- chairmen as follows: Amerl- ;... .. -



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IREFRIGERATORFREEZER .* W..k ef July' , D. L. Plait. Lee HUU Neal Ruth Dray Myrtle Howe
Mendoza Ruby Harrison, D. L. Plait numdelta. JohnSon rar .
f.O. Godwin Ruth Gray.. A. C O. Godwin. Eugene
freeman. Irene Simmons Griffin' Hal Revta. Linda llaue -

-: I-. You'll enjoy a "supermarket" In :your kitchen Hitch. Maybell Klnsvy. m. John Hilton. Arrle II. MU' Mrlwn
j with this) popular double-door 2-ln-l appliance. Howce. John Hilton.Tarrl let Avy O'Neal. Sweet A. r _
fresh foods for Jo Stauch Jimmy. Sulli Peeples. John I*. MesaerW .
A modem refrigerator to aafekerp I
van. Hal IVevU. Arrle 11. Mir .h ., Jitly. Xroi
ier. Avy O'Neal. Linda Daueom.Dertle Willie Little. Robert Reed
r demands Kelly Carrie McCtoH Trrrl' Jo Slauch. llailie Her
and. Gloria Ann C,..... SweetA. rhsm. Dock Summeralls. Her
Plenty of room to stock up on neat **pedal** Peeples. Garrett lulling. tie Kelly. Linda Lindsay and

,,,, and freezer"barg alna." Jr.. Robert Edward Johnson. baby Eugene AUI'''. Jimmy U N...gpsC-,.
p : 1 Bigger in Uf, mailer ouUUf, today.. oI're.telectric Robert Reed. Ethel wand. Sullivan Lee Hill. Linda Herr. ,
Refrigerator-Freezers) hold so much more t, Linda I Lindsay CorneliusJoeets ) lers. Leta rod Maybell Kinsey. t 1k l titi
_-- -. -yet take up lose space Sr. .-.. Avant, Ethel ElUnd.Kiruile t 'I,"" .. ,
Week .f July. 7tfc.. Waldron Glurla Cross
Beat of all you never have to defrost again,
7 Joyce Skipper. Sadie Merlin Tim Tlnsley. Joyce Abby Skit' a
because ...ctlon.8c. .
,, : frost can't form In either
Duck Summerallt. Haltle Bee- per Grace rags... Esther Stark, ..
the no-frout electric JCefrlcer.toI'-Fneaer8 chain Leslie Avant. Linda J, E. Cartwrlghf Robert Johnson.
and separate Freezers. in a variety of colons at _. ....*. Tim Tlnsl.,.. Oswald Itlll Koch, Irene Simmons .
I'' :your appliance dealer. Generous trade-in allow MrGowan.. J. E. Carlwrlght. Martha Gutter idge. Sylvia I l .
ance; convenient: term. Klrule Waldron. Grace' S. fagan. Horton and baby. Thomas J

.................................................... Lela r...... Eater Stark Weekley Jane Ingram. OnnaMSullivan. .
Thomas W_II"""' Sylvia. Hor J. D. .ta.... Garretltimings.
: -to MILLION RATE REDUCTION : ton. Martha Gutteridge. Jane .

: NcMmore then ar......_It".a whole lot tee per b 80 AUUCTRIC : Ingram. Ebtne Carlton, Thomas INTHS. C./pY. JJ. a.
than to use a combination of services.Pectiictty costs so leaf.yet does K7... J. B. Hall, Vera Johnson Mr. and ..... frank Gutter w t.r
: to much for. the enjoyment of modem loride awing! S Buddy. Whaley, Bill Koch William Ida_. St Girl" tana ElisabethGutter

-.........................................................: HOSPITAL Stew Korti DlftCMANOfo tdge.Mr and.Mrs Edward LeaterItwrae.

t Wt.k> ef J.ly *0.lEllsabrtn .. Soy, Jsmea Walter "
-7 NJ lOlt.>1 ;)Ift J1HJ'f6i.: ... Gamer and baby Burke America's best sellers.:

...,. faf4Na raae area PatU Dwrranee and ...".. George Mr and Mrs. Charles Harry. / '
Jam...... Lela rord, Oracle Lindsay. IV,. Ale' JustlsiUndaay
FLORIDA POWER fa LIGHT l COMPANY Davis Maddte Griffin. A. C. .
..u,.. .."a ,...,.. Freeman GeraldJne tUrnwetl Mr. and W,.. Howard WayaeH
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Yes We'll Be i I Mr. and W,.. Callas. KkavU.. ,
Getting ..... JMI Andy P.....
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NEW IBM LONG DISTANCE Girl. II....... "aweHarrtoon. Now at Chevrolet l

your
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BernweU.. Bwy Vleior. Trey

NEXT WEEK! f I, hex sad M,.. Cr... It

Kelly IfaryOgATH
With the new IBM STATEMENTS 1c.an.14 rtaanni AJIYTh'lI'm tu. Or pnesJMr jouM prefer iW isnI....
t, yes* wttt .. able to. soeat Baby. hay tuny ,
car have. got to be Lea Corvair.
I )r Mr buy
e glaskro wltest you last U>dI .
.MII.> astd even fcii uf :: f M I h.by her a- Again LAM year tart mean ).w crwet.J earn aKenrt. Qtone year f........
ta'kod. JSMitsnissiMa will bo tw.qp1w.w1 I .. let e tw* .Ui any aie. are at grill i.:hevroVrt from .ns. ftC tb 4& beat ways in tins wwfal
wills late .... IBM .JS.. i -'-Wr'* nae-etap hopp4rg AD""" to gr> .In the) number. one auUmotUea..
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gad they will of all ieei ttieir>d,,: long a eomooct sltstsere t*> I .l'..rh. *.p.. the J.t..emeoth. wr-.-....... -n.itburT! .. war they're co Ia r. BaURingj

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'E-1 _: -JTHE':;ARCADIAN :Arcadia FIorida/Thursday,;August 13, 1964


4-C\ ,EDITORIALS REMOVE THE:BLO f'- III- t: Jp.ial eom.I.nla. ,., < havior power"During plant of ants the or! past the nodal 20 yeas le,

a' M physicians and the AMA
wMtl ti ry 1 I have
& rf i 5iaxes been accused of all degrees et

Junior's Essay I. Come Never wickedness. The public
o dt
:: :
//tr U.S.HIGH.SCHOOLS not believe It. There have been

'I RECORD numerous claims: that the triage .
.1 don't believe the "good old days" had made two or three passes overhead. EDUCATIONAL TAXATION AND WHERE YOUR TAX MONEY of the medical profession

Were as good as a lot of old people All of the ice they had in the "good TOMORROW'S FORESTS GOESCongressman is tarnished. It Is nothing of

thought George Washington old days" cut in ... All of talk about taxes Abele of Ohio I the kind the surveys showThere
they were. was on some' river up _......- -::= = ::=''lf == us ;
.. Thomas Jefferson Benjamin Maine in the wintertime or off of all of us have ideas on lust baa looked into some of the will always be a need

Franklin and my great granddaddywere some ice pond in other,places and storedin : : :what tax policy might be. Butrelatlvejy more unusual federal appropriations for criticism and correction,
I : = ; ;; few of us have tax money. As but Edward D. Churchill M X
mighty smart men but not one ice houses dug in the ground and :: into any of our Associated emeritus professor of
.l real down-to-cases Insight recounted by the surgeryat
of them ever saw a sewing machine, covered over wit hsomething that look-
'del ,and the man who invented the sewing ed like a big chicken coop. -=-:::::: :.::.:: =--=::::.--:.-::: the taxation.theory and practices: of Taxpayers of Idaho, here area about Harvard Images,. said In one a good sentence l deal:

!. .machine had to wait 'til some other If you had told any of those old boys =::...:::==:-." ---== =. One reason Is that this is a few: for a study of society: 'An Image is something per-
: 'man invented a needle with the eye in that a man could take off from Cape ----.- case where one man's meat $13,200 in ancient ceived in one's mind, and 'a.
22-JJ. {ithe point before it would work. Benjamin Kennedy in a rocket and orbit the earth ---. may be another man's poison. Babylonia.and demography tatrnished mind will always:

Franklin found out something 20 odd times at 18,000 miles an hour That is. a tax law which maybe look into the soc find a tarnished Image.
dad 'about electricity but he didn't know and come back alive they would have fair and even stimulating to $36,800 to of ants. The quotation is from the

PaC ,what it would do or what anybody sent you to Chattahoochee,1\IUlidgevUJe. certain enterprises may be ial. behavior the behavior AMA News. And its validityis
destructive to 92.10O to look into not lessened by the fact thatit
Dui disastrously an
could do With it. Mattewan, Staunton or somewhere else, barren-
of
Mrs '* None pf these men ever saw 'a tele ,just to get you out of the way. i f lrti other. For, in this complex and caribou.pattern is speaking for the profe
s ground it represents. There
of Industries sion 1 is
far-flung
'Ala economy ours.
''Le4 ; ar a telephone pole, and 1 don't When they were figntlng their wars must deal with extremely $20,600 to try to learn abo_t plenty of evidence to substantiate .
Out I[tone.they knew anything about tele- In the "good old days" with flintfocks : ""dsN varied situations and communication signals in what it says. An outstanding -

..Do They'dldn't hardly know, whata and muzzle-loaders, one man with a r; ; problems. ,birds. example was a 1963 survey
''MriMrt :i 'railroad was and some of the big: old machinegun'could have come along .r Take, for Instance, a natural $13,700 to study the social l made by the National

steam locomotives would have scared and wiped out both sides but nobody resource: Industry of the first structure in Madagascar. Opinion Research Center which

milS.J ,;}hem tq death. I doubt if they knew would. have known who won. importance timber products.. $65,400 to examine the behavior found that members of the

.anything,about streetcars unless it waaJthe I don't think anybody knew what a It has been observed and and ecology.. of the wandering 'medical profesison rank next
bit : kind the horses. used tp pull in some plumber was in the "good old days." accuratelythat: : "The public albatross.- to Supreme Court Justices in

'.AUbu pf the cities. I don't know what arty And I don't think they had many bath- understands and wants Umber These studies are of specialized public esteem. A similar survey
C ; L .A 3O conservation, but very few is difficultto made In 1947 produced the
of them would have done if he had rooms where you could take a bath. value. But it
'to'see 1064 They had little house down In the people realize that tax policies see how they are the responsibility same result.
/happened a automobile, or a could make'conservaton impossible. This high standing has t been,
raC .A radio, or a TV. back of the garden that somebody said ONLY 5 PER CENT HAVE BEEN EXPOSED. ." It takes 20 to 100 or of the federal gov the earned and In more ways than.
:-In the "good old days" they didn't Chic Sales built but they didn't even' I TO ECONOMICS COURSES;-' | more years for a tree to reach ernment.of They that represent Is, and shouldbe one. There Is the scientific pro.

A ,have a Frig1 acre in the kitchen, an air have the luxury of a last year's Sears commercial maturity. The sort, undertaken thing "by universities grass made by organized medicine -

conditioner in the living room pr an and Roebuck catalog for everyday use.I owners must carry a heavy foundations and the vsr- which'has banished diseases
1 [electric: light anywhere. I'll bet all of don't think I would have liked it muchin THE MISSING SCHOOL COURSE financial load In'the meantime, lous private research centers. which once were killers

t :Ail Tu them would have crawled under a haystack the "good old days. but they realize nothing until The amounts involved It and vastly reduced the mortal-
( or hid in the cellar if a Jet plane America's high school students ,are being taught to tree Is cut and scld. Unwise tax will be argued, are small. Buta ity rate from others. There u
drive cars but they are not being told how our economic 'policies could and would force total of all the extracurricular medicine's pioneering work in

ysUru make it possible for them or their parents, to .the. cutting of the trees as fastas activities so to speak, such once-neglected and wide-
and place a
S JIirawa own automobile possible very that the government now supports ly misunderstood fields as
ending: high barrier indeed I. the. w.y'of would reach a mighty mental health -> the mind Is
feM *!' jf". .'. ... A harsh indictment? Yes but deplorably true. conservation practicessuch : Impressive figure. Economical being given the same Intensity
:; ; Although a vast majority of'secondary schools provide as tree farming which government can be achieved of attention aa the body; And,

I ttfe Era driver-instruction, only a relatively tiny minority have guarantee that there will be only if every nonessential expenditure in another area, there .is the
Of The 'GrasshoppersBy of timber
regular courses in economics. The Brooking Institute an abundant supply Is eliminated pledge that all who need medical
and its products for all time
involved be attention will find it available
!In authority for !estimate! .that only five per cent of to whether the sum
come.
THURMAN SENSING ties and other of We prnaggU'. light shin- or $10 million and regardless of ability to>>
products : new nigh school graduates, have,,been exposed: to as muchas The legislatures of numbersof $10,000
I Hoards and Agencies and satin i lag thru the new Err of the one-semester in economics.Our whether the project involves a pay.
u course states have recognized the
Clennie fallen, who publishes
"
his doorway singing., all day. Grasshoppers.
in mimeographed form When winter came the ant hud! A delightful. presentation neglect in this area would be understandable if' special problems the timber Prayer Jor. :lotla
"'the Foreman's Journal ofWIjb. people face and adjusted their
whole bal. of Jut the hail economic of 'which ,
a grass but shades of Benjamin Franklin we an system we were ashamed }
tax laws accordingly. Out keeping
'. (a pUce Iti the mountains to- ant had violated the federal. ? ,Wben ,all ,the Ants have and wished to hide it from our children: The very'thought these necessary laws in
J.a'fern> Kentucky), Farm LAw for ovvrharvrstintfgrass : Decided to become Grasshoppers lit i preposterous of course since American free .
in
each
priW : the "Welfare of 1'ore- force Is another matter. The Eternal Father1, we would pause day quietne
aom 12' Months Per Year", thesurplus. lie was was fined el/vd.$182. ... O The and i :then what wilt happen? competitive enterprise Is the greatest and most dynamic. : public and the legislators too. "s and in confidence before Thee. Because our livesare'so'filled
When hive !Is all Drones and
writes that he has. a neighbor grasshopper received: : the surplus no bees, whomakes the honey?' system in all history. need a better understanding ofjust .. with haste and ,Jhurry, we need Thy Peaceto

whb ..y"h. Is 'a vhangvU! man. In exchange for his food .An .industrialist" In Mississippi We should therefore be boasting about.,our economic: why their such abandonment laws exist would and give us poise and Thy power\ help us in the dutiesof
MIf tells us that he goes about and that why Grant Thy promised through
stamps. J sends us 'copy of ,letter he system injuring our youths are fully aware be a national tragedy. The future the day. us peace
a flittering and a flutterIng Then Clennie writes "Moral: has written ,his. Congressmanabout of the 'principles that ,have made possible the highest existence of our forests Is ,Christ who taught Us to .pray Our Fattier Who art
and a chirping and a singIng Be a grasshopper. This story Anti-Poverty DUI II. R. living standards the world has ever known. the stake. Inlieaven, '.", ':* ""AmetfV'* "-
from thedoorstep
I and! a dancing
goes to show that the labored 11377.'expressing his "complete I _
The vacation Ideal
cf on. Hoard and present period provides an time
life of the ant ls silly and futile opposition: to this fantastic election '
to that of another. Today for school boards and administrators whose

a Agency h. might be singing and .school When and'me read and you the Dome wentto that's year exactly boondoggle.what It."1st!And In !lack economic courses to correct: ,ithls deficiency programs by preparing YOU ARE J.i

d.ndn.Ad chirping from the about the Ant and the Grasshopper the next paragraphthis. industrialist for their introduction in the fall& semester. IF I ;PAYING:
doorstep lit the Farm Relief
Office. Hell sing and dance the Ant was Idolized, writ.: America should not be complacent about economic:

I something out of them people. But not today. The Orssshop "A friend of mine told me illiteracy
per has took over The Grasshopper to ask you also that In the
Tomorrow he might be en
1 the step of the "Draw" Agency la still fluttering and' event this bin Is passed and $50 ;!Jjjpg.JIII.OREEIIn.JH
and and ,can vote themselves largesswe Know r
: and lull sing them out of a flittering singing :war Is declared on poverty, he a ..
1 monthly dancing. while the pore.ant .U wvulci.WI.,19 know where and ( rail It relief, subsidies and, '
good check.: { .
pretty "
month lie'hopes to dance facing extinction," when to report !In order to doles I[ out of the public; trO- '
Next lrC'
.Je
out'a bigger poke of commodities. Then Clennie' says that not surrender to the enemy. He I:sury. From that moment on' o n FOR RENT
, 'the majority always voles fur .
states he Is willing to take
he will will be
From now on, only you seeing his
.the candidate promising the .
anything he has coming, and'<' Schools .
stop wasting his energies" like neighbor "a chirping and singing '
most benefits from the public
a a silly ant and he will become ., and dancing upon the doorsteps he feels that we can find some with the result that s ..
of them and first-class spots of poverty around treasury ._ YEAIIS1.11..12
Agencies
.a greet big high Jumping grasshopper Democracy always collapsesover By HUGH FLANDERS. ,
and live like a grasshopper Hoards; but you will also see in Mississippi fully _
several other wised equal to anything existing In a loose fiscal policy, always -:. .....
ort to live. m. and up With school opening August ."
be followed Dictatorship.
to by a ,
Clennie says that hi. neigh Grssshoppers upon these door- depressed states like Ohio. Pennsylvania ." 31st.. I think It Is appropriatethat tc .IJ!! ..

bor 'happened upon this new steps waiting to see what the Tennessee, Kentucky the following J letter, mailed : 'Y 0
accidentally hardworking but silly ant has and the others."* Professor Tytler; was writing out last to all parentsof .
secret of living by year
a spotting this little story In fetched In. All of which reminds me of about the, but fall the of principle the AthenianRepublic still young chidren In school: in l:::: .1

the Corsica, 8. D., Globe: "This is the new Era of the what a very able historian at holds good. Are we, also being DeSoto County, be sent In this I :
'Once upon a time there was Grasshoppers Everybody Is the University of Edlnborough. misled by this age-old fallacy form to all parents of young >

an ant who worked hard alt going lo be happy and Joyful. Professor Alexander Fraser In government. Shall our government children who 'will be In,school -. .
day in the fields. It was summer Everybody Is going to be chirp- Tytler, wrote about two hun also collapse under the this year. 2Bedroom ,AZTEC :-
and the ant and and dred years ago: The following 1st. a letter that
was busy cutting Ing singing dancing weight of printing-press mon ,
grass and dragging It with the exception of the silly "A Democracy cannot existas ey and through the continued was ,mailed t DL17'to ...., -
Ofne. The ant had a grasshopper hardworking ant . No won* a permanent form of Government stifling of Individual initiative all parents of young children Mott'peopl. who>>.or. paying -.nt. .
as a neighbor The tier me and my neighbors have It can only exist. until incentive Ingenuity and ambition In school In .DvSoto County do mat realise that 50.00 a 'month ,, -' : ,
I grasshopper lived on commodi begun to ting, dance and chirp. the Voters discover they ? "To All IWents: amount to $7,200 .In lint 12 years.$75.0O ,
I This letter Is sent to you asa for 12 totals : ;
h
a month' year* ,..I
onhe
sincere effort ,part "
of the DeSoto County Boardof $10. OO- And 100.00 a month. .... I' ,
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lost ,Public Instruction $o ,encourage oqua" $1.200 a year and In '12
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;any farm machinery{ !! lately ? you to take ft mot.active years..meeMM to>$14/4OOI : .. .
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Interest )n the .forma If you! are paying 33&OO.oe,snore _
live years' of your child at per month'rent'end: owna.1ot..r,, ,,3JSqdrQ9mCQAV\t-lCiE: : :

school. home i.. free ood ,dear you can
You may be losing more than you thInk. That Is. If dirt rush We suitable have the task of providing & pay for a beautiful Jim Wohe" borne ito I I'J .. .. --. 0 .y' ".. tJ

and ; Instruction and %' the! same omount of : _.tJi.:. .
7eon""t
Improper lubricwnta .
expoanue Are killing your equipment in.Its prime. facilities. for the children of :'8KaJE.s'Tn:
What's need
you
'' ..StnOOftnl Oil Man will be t ;;lad to recommend lubricant and methods our county: with) m minimum of atone more., payNO ', : .f "?
funds to handle. ,the challenge, MONCY DOWN .
that will keep your machinery humming-and extend iU useful life. t and believe that an Informed ,;[;3 5y
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\AVliim about Standard MP the ;- public! .U a aympe\.beUeubo How. .U shin) pou.MeT" The Jim Wolter II' _
Grease improved ..
lic. We need. the cooperation: way I f..Mere than 100LOOO .nameshave .

all-purpoao luLricaii i \ to Bcr vico,your nynchfww. of all who are interested In boon built by jWWohVr and :ti..r _
uur dearest investment. .. our .they testify to the __.you con 0 >
P. M. ,A do tiM.A IIt..AI'1adi1 children." -- get for your rent monsy; -.o... even 3 Bedroom .HOLLYWOOD .

l=sj Our School Doe.nl Meetings >more by doing. some .f,the, (InsideiftnftMno -
r are always open' to the public ; !'
; yourself
and are regularly ec-hedue04! for i FREE I 32-Page Catalog
the 2nd Tuesday "of each Send coupon or call for ,2-pave

J J STANDARD / month at T p.m. You are welcome color catalog'knowing 21 Jim Walter Whatever Ideas yaw' may

to attend. .less floor plans ood,dsloJ h .5 iIof the cost oat / a suitable -
VOIL/ !If you have some complslsit. I ..)..___,yeow h....Ahpico of ,,i!Z- for
1 1M' misunderstanding, your first 1. 2. 3. or 4, b.dVeom nome Tho r # name jraursetfand
.
1VV? lokts Icttrr cart ofjvur equipment efforts to gt the whole storyshould low price anileasy: mosthfy. pay- f amiry wo Snvlto row

,; be directed to your ...... will aetxhw roue /.J to write for our latest ca -
t 1m I child's teacher and principal. 6 ......... --

In most eases w..... a common 21 HOMKS,TO CMOOSt _tOM \\; 21 ....... .............no-

goal is soucttt by>> all concerned, ..... ... 21ar.ndad .. .. .. .
.j the problem ls eliminated: at w.a. .. .. .. .. ok.e ... .. .. c.n.rue-

w I this ......'. If however, yow "lease to select f...--. .... lodlwd-. tieR: n-is*.charge' or.bigsloet! for

J_3 are not saUaf:led. Uvrrt you rr; ..Ili es.auacMd..ad'.e:1.bk! 5 ti a .bootless l Yea...Rte yourself"* forty tojrl"twltt
Uinty have the. pet $ oTdurmring d.or ssaf Faao d i M.d.. : ...
a tp how. much ?rose r-rest ** fee. MOMVy pew .* IjSnionge'teUort .
Y11i" .... ... lbAawke w
gjsr Aw
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your pcubir wftlthe n 1 n rpmrye. '-. ..."- W. ..*. IM1t .... 'P0-00 .....e
"! .v ., Supvttatendeot 'L3chaols" Indus '
+ # ., .ateto 'al rerl r ; and as adn .....,.tor ,a**ot r*.lpmmtsUve 'WITHOUT PAYING A PtNKY' ,1e"otier. t ... saortry -ood. *Kry ore our .heel.J.-.

for the. Hoard I ,OOWNL Your, .... watt bo J 10O9t ...w>. Jew mod. WMJ 'expo or aft ot ony w .. ,.l.Awsu. .

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Nocatee Cities.Service OF GOO CHURCH

CI I.* ,!Service:,\ Product SUNDAYSunday The. Rev. JIM Maasl.... View. Robarts Grady Funeral Home"

Meat Groceries lee Bait School 10:00 ajn. .. .,,' '" SUNDAY..4 Hour Amsulsnee Service I
Fishing' :Tackle Morning Service 11:00: eon. '" 1:00: ajn. Choral EucharUt

Nocatee. Fla. WA .-B1t1 THURSDAY ? ,, 10IS ajn. Holy Communion 103 N. Brevard Av. ,WA.t4101NOCATKK I
Y.P-E. 7.30 ,pjn. 1 10IS a.m. Sunday School
7:30: pjn. Evensong

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7 a> 1 ajn. Holy Communion
FORT OO.DKN MKTHODIST 9:30 Spiritual Healing '"
Gulf Naval Stores Company CHURCH __ B111 S Texaco Service I

I ,SUNDAY I 6. ?n Oil Change Miner Repairs. / =
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Nocatee_ Florida Sunday School 10-OO ajn. w s. i;: b, ,
THE CHURCH OF CHRIST, Oreeerle* Hay 78* a Bat
Morning Service 11-OQ- ajn.WEDNESDAY M Cerfier Hlekery. and Whlddeit$ S13Tire. ., Arcadia 'WA" *31

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Prayer Service 'JO pjn. t 1 e !:. .
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F Morning Worship 11:OO ajn.Kvenins .
Daughtrey Flower & Gift Shop, '. ? Worship ':30,pjn. Arcadia Abstract & Tjtle

I by CarolineFlower FORT OODKN BAPTISTCHURCH WEDNESDAYEvening Dlble Studr 7JO pjn.We Company Inc. .
For All Occasion) y Abstracts and Title Inwr.ce.
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44 8. DeSet Ave. Arcadia' ,WA a.311 J Sunday"School 10 sjn.Morning T The Servlse v... Need.

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Evening Worship 7JO pjn. ASSEMBLYOF, OOD
Van Petten & Son WEDNESDAY Ttt' k SUNDAY
Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 9:44 ..... Harrison & Ever
L Funeral Home Morning Worship. 11:00: .....
SUNDAY .4 H.u. Wreehor.J-ervl.. _

.204 K. Oak Street WA .....1 EvengelUU* Servto*'T.3O: p.... P. O. B*. Trt Ar.edla. Florida
SOUTHSIOC BAPTISTCHURCH WEDNESDAY: _Day Phene WA S-9701 Nlehts" WA a-ttri
Prayer and Prslae:>Service .. WA S-4J71

South Hlllebereiifh Avenue T'.at i. _

Off.lee Ph. S-14S1. Re*. S. 24S ...
Laishley I Farm Service i I Inc. SUNDAY -
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Sunday School 943 .m..Your
"PURINA" Dealer' .Mona1D..Wonhlp lljCO: a.m. CALVARY BAPTISTCHURCH Bob Turner Standard Station r.
Garden and Farm Suppll. Training Union 8:11: pja. Carter Paints 11\\
84 S. Brevard, Arcadia WA S-SJ21 Evening Worship 7:30 pjn.WEDNESDAY Hlthwsy. TO ...l Mary
Taylor St.".. Punta a.rda NK.2-4171 first Presbyterian Church ..... Orden Rtee. ....... .... Oak. St.WNk WA.S-1411 III
bid- Worship 7JO pja SUNDAY

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West Hickory Street at North Monroe Mornlaat Warship UOO SJM.Trslalat .
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Sunny South Packing Company SUNDAY CHURCH OF GOO_ By Rev. Drennon B. Cottlngham Evenlns: WKDNBSDAVPreyee Worship 1:39 ..... Christ Building Supply Co.

Florida Sunday chool 10:00: a.m. When the Apostle pays "God chose through the work of the )r..lab.0., Minus tiM P... .Rverythlns, T. Build AnytatedjTWA ..
Arcadia"!2 *. -.* r J .MernJn6WCN"II\IOUSJO." ..... !Vuin; ; Christ;before the foundation of*. in the fullness of time to be sent Into J
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Evening Worship 7.00: pja. the 'world a great conception arises the world as Savior of the lost.
TUESDAY In the mind. Hi b that when God de- \". realize the grand design of the KTHKU MISSIONARY rr
Prayer Service 7:3O pjn. clded to create the universe. He deter. lan Is the glory of God. In creation BAPTIST CHURCH s
THURSDAYYoung mined exactly what lie would du with lie 'Is glorified in the :
display of III :
Smith's X-Cel Store People Service 7:30, .pat gaet Cypress M. eV
it. power and wisdom. Hy the fall are ..... ....... A... Tropical Termite Control I Inc.
,Ferttltxer. /..... Ranch Supplies. We try for the came thing in our own circumstance: that exercise Divine UNUAYtlunday d
Saddles Halters Bridle. undertaking's. A new business! venturecalls justice and reveal Divine love. BdMtol *>4* ..... Hens Owned. end Operated.
WA *.211 117 W. Mainella ,for careful planning. A new home lt ralng Worship I1XW; ..*. Guaranteed' Poet Centrel ;Servlee' ,.
NOCATKK BAPTISTCHURCH to be built find<< us poring over sketches God could hat made the world with ....... Worship f JO .... ...-.. snd '.Insured -
and plans 'through a process of adapt. out the tragedy of sin. The fact Is that WEDNESDAY! 11 N. Pel,* Areedla WA *-t 41
!SUNDAY :Ing. modifying selecting, we achieve He didn't. So we ..k. -Why did God ,Pre". ...... Tao pm ,I'
Sunday School S-43 sjn.Morning let sin enter Then. ask yourself If -
Bill( Hirt Distributor blueprints that will give us what. we
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!I. "Get The Beet De Get ".,tMt''' is Before not, asserts the world Paul.was made. God had (;o.S1'V.. you say. Let.a God be God." CHURCH Jeeeeh cad Mildred Len N.......
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Delivery SUNDAYBuAday s Free** Veeitable.| a
1 I 6 S. HUlbereuh. WA S-37M a plan. logical step following logical We accent the decree of Gal| as He B.aes* ;OO .... Freeh ,....... flewere A .hr, "
FIRST' BAPTIST CHURCH step. We call .these step the decrees has revealed. them In Scripture. In .11...aia1 WoMlp1Q0, .... ...".. IfSeeth Areedla.' Fleflda .
r: $_ Sheppard Bryai* of God. From Scripture we find the Christ and In the working of the.Holy .Trsiauad Uaas>:..3e pjn.RvesOnaT .
P N. ....* A HMhery. following sequence in these decrees: Spirit. God offers a release from ,the WereMa. >T Jft pvas.T. .
Peace River Moving & Storage SUNDAY 1. to create the universe 2.. to create a encumbrance of siiv-but howaccept many I WWKtt+WAY .
Sunday School 9:4S ajn.Moraine race In the Image of God. 3. to premlt It? God offer to you the giflj .rrsyee Aj Hts4e sHeMy 19 f PJSVARCADIA Arcadia Seafood! Market
Lal and Long Distance' Mevln Worship IliM:: aas.Training the fall into sin 4. to save numerous of life et"rnaJ.-aJ1 you have to do' .17, .
i Ualeo S.4S: pja.Eventn people. 0. to redeem this select people reach out and take |h. Why .don't ouT ?
.. Oak BU WA 1.1101 : Worship .. pa- a S. All MI."e. Flew. sad Sea Feeds l Ir.leases

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I Monday. end Tuesday MM Beetle* C..........) Se raM.ent MeetlA .OSCerles m. Meraiag Worship 110; aaiPrayer G r>-ral I Equipment. & Motor Co.Jeee .
Friendly Shell Dealers MKTHODIST 7:M s. m. :*)*. ste SiehCvsarlistj ) P. 'Cfcleto. B.*"....Owsef
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WEDNESDAY' Sunday Schoe4 .41 a. as. Sissd. ., .....7*A. .... CHUSH' r. r
National Bank I'nTft Servwe 1M... |1 le Owe**) MenUng Worship 11PO .. as. Utnlmm""".w lUMjass.Trslalag rest Oeej ...... 0..... Ave.Wersnip ,Meyer Radiator Service

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