The Arcadian
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079901/00003
 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: January 16, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- De Soto -- Arcadia
Coordinates: 27.2175 x -81.86 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Jan. 9, 1925).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579554
oclc - 33424602
notis - ADA7400
lccn - sn 95047230
System ID: UF00079901:00003
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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PAGES 1Q 1( CENTS Arcadia, DcSoto County, Florida, Thursday January 16, 1M! .,| VOLUME XXXX, No. 1G

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Reorganization a PlannedBy wt- ;f. :. Fair Queen To Be Selected I

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Board; Election Set 1 K,4i : :1tl iYA ft,"....,. ". Friday Awards Saturday

The frul> \VC' lh'r placed I In the grand rhunp axvuij for grand I champion Her..'ford bull
Initial/ steps were taken > pro- person ,. .
tuinper on the opening day the Anmn hull HIV i :"i >n. re.Ih.1n' > with the ret. h" s.
Monuny\. at a board of director pure for roincorporation of thorgunizaUflti. ( .' on the end of thin month by ,,, .
uf the 19(14( DeSoto Count >F'Ir.Ch: it in- i.t! ,,..linedm'arr'y t Uii kit. << JohiiMiuYounn
meeting; to reorganise the The nacmnrypaper mail ballot. The 14 receiving Fair nut today through Saturday hamplmiIn .Inhn....n 1""( 0"I. ., ti ,
Dc3 pray c. highest vote -
the attendance and temperature h* Hereford tannto: rttvlllun. pedal award for the belt animal
Commerce. The board autho- board of directors at the February c1 to tho new board of director -
tv I Is expected' to riM *i tho top two animals were exhibited by an FFA
rU<<: Sccretary-ManuSLT John meel..... *. The president automatically ,
a windup fur the 11th annual shown" by t the IX'Soto KFA member and Uwiatd Guynuj
It Daniels: with the old of In other action the N p inatIna becomes<< the 13th membey : .
r fair ami livestock cxpuaitiuii. chapter which'" also had the (Continued on page fl A)
Lvm..IUees to draw up a newCfcambr Committee: prezcntc U a of the group.
Only meager attendance WM
.' Nominee include: Alvin neutered at Tuesday' "ag-.
(AI) BrMtfe. Arcadia Ofi.ce; riculture anti l day" and "

Frigid Weahe' lilts National Supplier:BankV.Dave; Carr.. A DcSoio(hill) final because competition of the frigid In the weather queen'scontest Runaway Caught; '

Channel. Insurance Ag icy wa postponed.'
Inc.; Homer Christ. Christ
'This has been rescheduled
I HIM Id'ng ft Supply Dr. W A .
fur H ,..m., Friday said Mr..
Clement Optometrist. Alan I
Connie Meyers of the sponsoring .- in Massive Manhunt :
Copeland' Dairyman; Mr. lintel ; -
Area Low 24 degrees Ebcrsole. IX Soto Shopper; Sub-tkM.
Finalist Include Helen Mretton !.
Krctl Grady Crady-Robart A mtfiilvt
manhunt was the youth> hot at least four+
Funeral Humtt.: K. V. Griffin Diane K.lly'Mn.1 |I-u m launched Friday" ulMht In tho time at the search port wall

'Frigid air dipped Into th-- solid- Th<'-C luturx. .... along! :Mid-Way! Market.; M.-.. Jar Cross Arcadia; Kay KUworth; prurlv east tiC Art idu |b7 lh!. a :90O-Mdgnom rifle and .r I
Atcadia, DeSoto' county: or< a wi'h nui' i'..,'lie-1 lioiicii und re U lUlnlltun, Heal Estate J, Kurt Ogden And land' aloye. Hotu County Sheriff llulton. oral| times with u 22 call;..r'

Tuesday night but no apparent : Pr.'>< ;> the: icMtperaturc: apridictcd W. llaat..)'. Movin <. Storage: Joshua Creek section Subject of the hunt wa llobcrt pump rift.' Sheriff Holtun sell I Ih

damage to citrus wa re- wil. nut bo rculJ,'ed. David lloilonxan. Lawyer; JtJAn Sue liaising u reigning William Cirt, IT who ran away had ono of his men fir* M
W. J Jr has been
Wednes should the Alton Latimcr. Jr. Quit NavAl >
ported at premstime bang Industry queen from O. l tcrc. Wood shotgun three lime to let the
day.] through" Store; Donald Lcfcbvre, Electric named president of the DeSoto National Dank of Wednesday/ the sun warmed Memorial lloapttalAccording youth know they were armed.

The low. of 24 degrees hit' While Rutledg/ was talking, Service Cu.; Lamar Lewis. Arcadia. The announcement came Tuesday' afternoon up, the atmiphrro lightly as tu Sheriff I lot ton. Th boy waa apprehended
'at 4 a.m. Wednesday morning most Opv* owners throughout DeSoto: Restaurant; Jo Mot- after a meeting of the Hoard of Director lie the band, marcher and parti .In the cow pen about JOO-
after continual dropping temperature Uatr's >. were out refueling: tashed. Agriculture; '. Charles' has been with D Soto National since 1957 and has cipanu In the parade gave M yards behind the home of D. r.

*i Tuesday night and heaters. brhnKtng in more tires NcSmith. First Federal Savings been serving as Executive Vice President since brisk' performance*. Sloan Reelected Wells<< on the Parker llroihera
early Wednesday morning.The tu burn and making preparations ti Loan; Col George ) .., 1'JGi. While! nw.I''outdoor artlvltle l. Ranch 11* surrendered to

sun was shining and the temperatures to Ctght the frccz.o It Agriculture' A. c.;. I' lk. Jr.. were almost at a taml- Sheriff llollim about 1t49.'' p.m.
expected to reachinto tttkeit tempfrature In the low Uadcock Furniture; Mike Poorer till Tuesday* shivering| eoncrJmt Commander Friday evening.According .

the SO during the after 10t 'for a period at several Fast Office; Larry Ito*. ,* displayed.. their. animal to report the boy
noon. hour to do heavy damage to Coca Colt Cbnipany. Lloyd In th''Iow' ring' at the \V..r'V.r' On vtcrana walked: away" from the hospital

Although the weather I I. expected tho fruit and tree' and weathermen Ryal Agriculture: George DeSoto National Names pleasure l of )udt9 Hut llall. a.. met> J.n. 9th anal l the following about Mam. Friday morning:
to dip back into the 20* have prcdictttt It may Smltm insurance Agency, fleet alat..n.Ik. County agrlcul- slate of uftisra( wvr sheeted and the Sh rlU'. Department

tonight and aln before the be below! freezing an the citrus Turner Tire Service; Eugene! lural) agent.Donald for I'CWIlIulh waa notified' about on that

s. weekend. II damaging freeze ar, a :,,r J'I.r" Ib.Z: h'>ui'" Turner. neal Estate; Carlos Ouynn had. the grand J. Shan. was .....led"'l' l afternoon.II .
( to the' citrus crop I* not expectcd. : Wulkti TrSot> National Bank; champion fat stair ana hla Commander; Alfril Mm\. ..... r Well notified the Sheriff
llob WirtJWell DriUng.; Peacock New Presidentbut brother nnnal I Ouynr. di*- Senior Vice C8fn'I'I..,,
According to citrus growers C'hut'':' Whiddcn. Air-Cond played the rraerv champ. Horn Ifcxlr., Junior' VI" C',am- i.,.i. i. ,.i i .."i 'nt I1..i.. t t-,

and producer except for com itioningItobert; C. snack Cen- "ir." Angti-'" 1t'I'-' aauyILnt tad. -I'" t.. >. ThMt .U i h+- a I Inul t
instances of Ice no damage ,j. Transformer<< Corp. DeSotn National Dank h. mcBtly: tn their desire o. Ronnie Collier's :ai-mnnth. aflasit.r. Julwr iMrtvU. a .hwpl.ta. .. kin AUl. "Tu.ii A he I IlitfUrtd
baa .beer)} reported. The tree Jut, ctMnpleted' a record bevakIrg place' extra emphalil' on ru oM Angtja hotter. WH the grandchampion WIlUe t>*nr*; JM4jiA e /Idvucet.. I better take the duo j
W J t eaock.itJr. Comer wrvlee
are In gn od l condition and the V-H ; .. female and the'inl.tttalccorjlaaitlgtLcd.aas !".. Morgan) ttervi.** Of- "Columbua with me. Th tie;:

r fruit...*,aiona Ui ttoc develop- dea Lh.--''assail\ after .i J#>li.-n-fM'... | >|ilers.to.+.rt...'f.I.' lllgblthbf4 mrmF'trardngeoL\ : thtmeetii Pestt3taPd'. >. :\Jr.!ft,,-fIft r.,. WIU, ..l'tluxs' .laJo;wte| .ifMlttn. .HitM+av"a..lrall at. UMlrail ',
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'..enl-atlt '- hcnmr wduMtak t.w In th. how,* which rave Ihs Arm*, Alfred >..........?'in..tHoa1. t ...r and ,fuilowrtl It *. fh*
a.Itlld h' ''ment' 44 rorMUtirn presentedto | phe.idenl, br'hhie, l1t..n.. He-
a sustained cold period mlllntf owner a cup a. tJl George U. tick, Alva M, L*cJa- row pn**.
Income' merabectf'thowed In. "rtrdly, *. rrronl number ofhnrchuMi
to>caus damage like the damAging Report rrvwuin the department. an ..tthr r* atternled' 4-11, animal" plus the every Wjllu Memnrfal| Trn r foe1lh of hd walked' the .
freeze uf December 13 FilecTAppr : nffkm will settee prurt
Must Other and directors
bank during
month ago. ; ''I It* it Annul In ShawL luke. |I.U. <. at the twa' n,ret, !,. the trailer. owned by Cat ..allu
wholeheartedly for the O 11. Ale
Ih shareholder year are *
On the other hand the tate: ..ximately SRjDOO': 01bl ; *- approved war. plan .n C'r. Humlrr Ue-ilner. Ihrllsi t Id Ouynn also cs; ., 4 rig, r rU 13tl tit the liar r at:kYOUTlf. :. hland. 333; ; ttttnwtt Dr",vcft .
agricultural Industry wa prepared (. < i veterans and dependent IrfiiMtertUI. and pent nv '
fur operating the bank during r. Ump. May J. MWMUton. WItobrrt
for the worst. Its lender r>r di! '- atl veterans Iti Fl.- _. ., ... *ral' hour inside II II. entered:
... the coming year and front all Sorrel, and T. E. Tucker -
of fingered .. ida whu. recetv.' monthly by breaking, a glass In the
expressed a sort croe- pnEV
Lt.i" appearaiw. l llat I a. going t" chairman uf Ih* board
+ optimism.! '.vnirnt were' : reminded dear and turning ti. UIM&
r.1 b* another record' breaking W. J fencotk. Jr. president,
Right now more att..pcan. t'. report their untMal knob. Well. said Ihf trailer
year lox DrSolo County flor. If. M Shwver., vie president' ,
-- to the Veteran used. .n weekend.. irttlhnlHtay
and b promptly wa
will ? protected by] Ida and for our flank" ....- II. Lea Ilarretl, personal Inanofficer.
Administration to avoid .. a* a hunting camp>
heating and other method *
R. CLINE HAYMANHaymnn c->ck continued. ; It. II. Carr cashier ,. '
than In the history of our In- having their payment' .pped. Praecirfct attributed the record Arlyn It. Walker assistantcashier. ( IfMtd the youth ransack ;ddrawer

dustry said Robert W. Hut- Bert Chine. County Service tu natural grwwlh and hunch a change orrluihee
ledge. executive vie pnwidtnt Named Officer Mid that the VA ha Th* gun were also" Clb-
of Florida Citrus Mutual mailed. to all penoifMi red a.nta .aU.... front inside the trJI.*rt.kintf
"Th Industry's ability to card which with enmunllion. II*
protect a punched upon
Itself ha. more than doubled the income report moat be Winning Streak Snapped At Ten had loaded shotguns .amt l pt*('.

In the past year. RegistrationSupervisor mart. Pension reaw under the ':I' *t| them by front and back
Trees* are now very door- tow if tw locom ut a pension duwr II* found. w 33 catihe
manU _Fruit 1* of higher acid reelptent tires abuse an rtabNthd / and fired It several lime. Later
Fall 47-43 r Ihs handle
amount Bulldogs h* rnwvit
front lei ptotnl and dismantled
Dependent parent who rv- l lire eetirigutshef., dumping'

3 dine tribe compensation dependency" and aU. ..Indemnity receive The DrSuta I..h||. ..'II........ tem *cjrin. with 13 i,,"int*. tu wwntcM Oft thv 'kJ f. l ulUU -
Appointment Of It. will* the t HIM, filed down
basketball victory string was pawl tlevr hail 10, JimmyYsrhrtMigh
fJFLshr 1I."num nr 140 North IIBUi Incuen nuesUonnarle and wise. alas found, Matured.. .Jth ..
i.1 IU Tuesday 9 and lOrtwrt Wo-
snapped game
their arc similarly
.., 8nl pigrmewiu 1t .
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truvayh e < .
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rtgil..ut. .
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M.gt.tr.tsm wwnnwrw.Yi t Ihalt.s s plw'. d -n a fere
at cbeing. The flulra tnrr.thel"
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Ih. Income he added f
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here<< .today. In a .. .', 'I ".
Am/ lelegxn" \ frcm Ckrweenor. Karri Veterans receiving compensation The Bulldog held a four win by tw game' last week. ..,.r" '0' 'A. I
I Wail at h.lfUm* and with B2-4 win over Ik*
&7ant. Mr CMswEUecaUv was reeuserrrttid for service cwnncetedldOxbtHUe point e'
1J/a1. ar.eo. DnrerRr'.t/e ar. not. required. turevxet wer. ahead until about 9 mln- Mend and) a 49-97 win overrrWy i
the tarsal gun O.N'C.' ........ 1
Cewlte Last a C'l.tlllll8. uses .
i week. Tk service' officer ale. *aidthat .uunded.l night Ih* D* (wU> y.I. Board Members
th .Ut.* ranked pith CMcere will l<. at h r>*
Oldtii wid renvcmber Mr. manr DdioCo County vel >oe by
Ji& ht. at thIN railroad ff.*man era M le, eon, .< the late .ran* had been In hk off lea OtiS ettger* tfrvpped them ante to Avon I*,'rk in a flfcJg rt*hand Hear Reports

Intersections of Ar a tka ltijs* O. If Sfman{ and th* former and that: their .intone are *x pec ted to be in opcratfon LnHrteM, Hfr*.ni..e>. bath .. bad ba sent. Uf UM WIth H c bebM for th* "leagu* at Pouts G.r
by the middle. of next tnesi en .r tan aid ....-... 0.- Veterans. Admtntetratioei. CM- led.rdi l month. TLa Atlantic Coa t Line So o County family, Ur II*,- hers ar* retninded that they a to-1 ..- arts compared crows haw begun the work men's paloarl ua df.aUwrc. inu* fits the ti.**uonnalr** to T-. for SeferUML can Neammondatkauii.
which when completed wUlprwid IC'u unued.. on ,...., Ol bdwe Jan. at ltklty Dodd led the Art d.* Read Disputes foe hiawhrnvm.. In Drntns.i J

the flMhT on lltcKory, c 'a", County their regale, meeltn*;
Oak and Magnolia street .A; ,' :l l.OLDTIMER! TuwUy HMwi>in.. Mr. .. hail

MYSTERY PICTUR NO LONGER MYSTERY nU teen hired by the. Duerd t
Tire lair I* In toll rrrtng tins Given. Airingy ,\ tar a Iwo-day' ...,we,.. I

_**IlL. If you haven attended fn' Miter aelUitut the fJur I
let b*' sun to d. .o. Many .Hired, Mr*. .Hulks. 1141 I M a Lam
new and interesting feaUirm Pick ar ver and .PUGln.... |'atri fi*
haws beers added- along. with Mrs. C. J. Carlton Right CemmissiefiIUrVf Ann.tl* MillMan. a. Social. SlutfM r

the traditional event .f puttests. leather in th* Men/ ..h oI. i

Yaw visit win b* rewmrtfin y.",, ',. ti U* Last work.mystery d'y' she, ws ieuslu (oby sing hr ah* furthered her Inter**IniiMlc tit Career. ehsueasn atIh L A revert act capital. outlay.. ,t

*. pJuWfMrv'' C'os, ._ br father fr.mIn bet and t>ean* *|wMbeta r-ed pwaey av* .
f.uwd .4 CanMel*
.,-e.CBOUIMTC bardsaembers Carft%I. i"r.**.:** Oct 2S. ISM. th+idhar4. of eg. <. called .*. t.* sing w ........, was County th* target forerltaneem bo.Udall'. elasreermsr which... .da.det wee discos-a.WSliun.l !t tI.

at ''t\ItIII& O. th tfacgnrer *fMr peNlt. Tuesday .. nrm. .x at
Land AUaatle Cent era af.. ? ..** .r Prr ah. seemed Mr Carltonlm M the. ... awl In order that ptaeq foe
La..e1. woeking I.ptMr spreleet Her. father! w*. an *T trial .w A and they hev* an* raw when recui a....... Melvin tuerd awl awe Hento < 'a pending. f rtlllle"*'j*II n b*

to glee UW c. C. aaeew the Ananttc: ('........* for ."ear I bva., -* wy c.,...... nil use. .e....... bath tress Ceeawis- :,

haarne If .I.r7tbMg .sea Curl .he rasas V Aft* ... se Aymara ....... U p. teet ......... u.,...,. iVkt. sided
.4 pisnc i4 11M .w iw.herewill 1M I* take a *n* .. the lieu fth IwMIaftIIIeJWit,*., ....
.. last she ....J........ as 0.. .
te tae ACL drp.Cat *
Itr.tval -a- ... gj.*....<* frocr: t.'gj; tale cast .f th. /yet NwpI.t, .toed au.. to betas ... wh
afrteM ad aaader.M aaae.ad taneaUyby Weather
$aada. I'". C.1Jxrtat .. :,t;< Msa. ihaga ,s--. -........ had.M .toed the Sop. eoerstated
tUs ,
-. Tgt CWftr Mart. ** laude .t See 4)4 she btrv lit. th. Trinity rr.o rvact .
Pa.lOd' Or- N11.slag .... wa* fa* fWT''ae"" Ie M..thofw Chvrrh to whwh. hevMy that h.*. h4re It aAPVltEHENDitD Report

Qar .. at.... Lay 1. Mtaij M.eS. c.. I. Car's..tiI .......... blea. .e.L .. *ta<..l hue toe a I lab tar. .J
all .< De aeervree.vwfeae .. ,. .. taw. wsels A,........ wal* life ha lees tare. h..* r..aa... a s..sLe.atd Ih. t.. lltgh Line. Main
-.. ., .. ..... "t.r Met .. AIIc Ih* e4iles.Plrv ....... III
.L. .IH tea t,silt arered suir! *** Jan. 0 *3 93 ,....
IE !. a .eath.t orstaee ..... aa.... w.ae .......... N vesas ....... I ... ... ... ... .< aMl. ........ ale rtal.d ... -i..,.. 9 Q.. ,,aJar'
Itrrs.daft. AM w tlulatsaner bLa N Tars A....... TWweb's lie h4. .*.*... tans pwAM.. Ii I 10 7. S3 ...... t
Cartii..11..O M th. aa>.. way, Oaten .*..... .
n W'tII Ong r be dab eeyiscy ....... seesea. JaiL. II 71 ... ....
Of.1.el.eat ..... sa.ackl.At rL..v, .. ....-... .. slate ene. )rbe zl she ..... etc r teed a? *.ytv( that they wore ( llhtefltra Deputy Dark .I... I 11 71 4'01! ; W
*, | Itrl tan t f-tp Kate ,,tIIWI., tw pareM the Jan. 13 M 4*
.1---' wUI a ill Carttan.OHto arenMr. ad r area wed.. had M e..nftlwdan Km r to |lolls flu youth captured Friday night on : 14 41 31s t4wJam t

..... r. ..., a lei: tie a.awwi ....... w. Jaoow..4 Ga.--a. a/.. ** "Cmtmtjf 9*. ker. fatr .... be ewlMl aas. ... ..... PMfew Broth* Ranch. Th* boy a native of LJikUnd. *- TH Gar. reeardeU at WAP6

Kawasss e I e b ..,.-all. ..easyt41e u.ri..Ntp ed 4.a.O .- a* a ....*. .*. hid etr..* /a.... as. any. ....e..rl mea i Ie. .a- land .areral hoU at officer* and hot up ahats. ,..u. .tatian en w...**.,
........ CL rf ___ sad k.httietc a see t r r ,...... Ca.a.Mdts awd weelmd IIw sassy ywrtl .. ..... sass rrsue of the wtprwtceti.r.4 trier betk44 betnx trashed hewn by hound rtt.rsaag. January If. was 94eg

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IntE! :ARCADIAN Arcadia Florida Thursday, ;January 16, 1964

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''Zi iiii7.1 Woman's Club Arcadia Literary

CHIT C t\I.\ SnaiL : I Met MondayThe Club AnniversaryA Celebrated50th

.._ Arcadia Woman. Club
met Monday. Jan 13, for the very beautiful tea was

regular monthly luncheon business held Jan. 8th at the Garden . -. .-.
!One of the Pleasure of Being In the Writing GameI meeting and program. Center when the Arcadia Literary A Ldr

always enjoy writing about our DeSoto Coun- Hostesses were Mrs It. M. f Ojb: celebrated* their l;! 1 1Mrs.

tians who leave the nest and go out in the world and Heinze, chairman Mrs. C S. 50th Anniversary by entertain.

make real good and that is exactly why I am so Hill, Mrs J. F. Lefebvre Mrs. M ing members of the L fc E

proud of our own Carol Carlton Beville. She is the George Leitner, Mrs. J. A. Club and the 40th. Century M. O. D: Dobson will leave convalescing at his home :On

daughter of Penick Carlton, and sister of Bruce. Carol Simmons, Mr. W. L. liar grave, Literary Club.: Friday for a visit with the East Hickory St.

,has traveled extensively since she haw been married, and Mr. C. E. Adams. The Garden Center was artistically Eastern Star Chapter in Tallahassee
The tables all decorated h decorated with flow
';with her husband Major James E. Beville an All were and Monticetlo. She Mrs. Grace Smith and Mrs.
with a center arrangement ers of gold and white, the club Perrie Walker
Corps; career man. She has also reared three fine children will be Joined in Bowling Green spent Friday
of colorful camrlias colors; the focal point being Saturday in Bradenton
bat has still found time to be useful In bui- by Mrs. Beatrice Brandon and and
a Because the progralm chair. the refreshment table which in Plant City by Mrs. William with Mrs. Smith's son Mr. and
ness way. She had a program on Armed Forces TV inAwlr1polI man for he day, Mrs. Earl was laid* with af lace cover Keen who will make the trip Mrs. Cilert 'Smith, and family.

called "Woman's Day" that proved very popu- Nelbtruer, was unable to be over gold with a centerpieceof JUNE ROOOCRS with her. They plan to return

Jar in fact so much so, and the rating was so high present the president Mrs.Glenn cold chrysanthemums, home Sunday night. Mrs. L. L. LInder of Wau-

::?hat she was given a prime evening time and created'The Ebersole: Introduced the flanked by sliver candle sticks June Rodgers chula. accompanied by her sister
.,.: guest speaker Earl Nelberger, .r with gold candles. All appointments J.
Carol Beville Show. In a letter to Carol from Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Straus, Mrs. Harley Gamer,

:Lt. Robert P. Glymph, Detachment Commander, since who to talked Insure on Tomorrow's"A Conservation Liberty" Mrs. 'were Rupert of Smith silver.and Mrs.J. PromotedJune and son Benjamin of Mas&apequd. spent Friday 'in Sarasota.Mr. .

she arrived in the states he said that he had admired M. Morqus presented an original A. Rodgers of Arcadia Long Island N. V. arrived

:Pier very much, and wondered at her creativity and Mr. Nelberger handled hist LINDA LOU HINSON/ 'sketch a Golden Anniversary has been commissioned a second Sunday for a week's visit and weekend Mrs. Pot in Holloman
t unceasing hard work In her efforts to bring interesting subject in a more objectiveway review of Arcadia Literary lieutenant in the WomenIn with Mrs. Straus parents.Mr. spent the

and unusual subject: to the attention of the viewing than previous speakers. .. Hihson-i Club. the Air Force (WAF) upon and Mrs. David Browder, Mrs. D. R. GetUnger accompanied

audiences that her ideas and enthusiasm have bringing out a personal: pointin Mr%. Smith' opened the program graduation from Officer TrainIng and family. by her mother-in-law

resulted in programming events undoubtedly without that a newspaper especiallya CampbellMr. with greetings from the School, Tinker A.F.B.. Mrs. R. C. Gettinger; spent

precedent! in Wheelus TV history. Said they would all daily paper can be One of and Mrs. : safe of h: Review introduce Oklahoma. Mrs.. Gordon II. McSwaln Sunday in Sarasota visiting
T. Carver.Jr.
the greatest tools to strengthen ing the panel: Mrs" J. M. Mor' Lieutenant Rodgers was selected returned home Sunday from
miss her program and I am sure they do. I have always ', of Grovelsnd this week .J with the latters grandson, Mr.
liberty. Of course this is done are qus. Music Editor;; and' Mrs. for teh training course Tallahassee where? abe had
known Carol and watched her grow from a tow- the and Mrs. David Gettinger, and
'announcing engagement
by freedom of Information and Charles Mundell News Editor. through competitive examinations spent the past week visiting
headed little girl' to' an attractive teen-ager and woman I their daughter, Linda Lou Hin- family.
access to news by reporter.' Mrs. Smith, Literature Editor with other college grad with her daughter Mrs. C. Du-
,' and a beautiful and charming one at that. Yea and editorial writers, letters 'son,, to Robert Lee Campbell said "Over the span of uates. She Is being reassignedto bose Ausley.! and daughter -

we all take pride' In success of our friends' and hope to editors expressing the views 'son of Mrs. Lofton Simmons, these years, we have covered Keesler AFB Miss for dutyas JLorran Mrs. Ausley and Friends of Mrs. M. A. (Viola. )
lIol11n worth will be
.hat' we may all be able to hear Carol on TV real soon ut the public ,)n Issues of the 'Arcadia. much greund from the poetry a personnel officer. daughter have, now Joined Mr. sorry to
she underwent
I 1:1: now mnklnif" )Her home! in 8t Petersburg, s r let's thiv and tven by .the ftUvertiwmon'M Miss Itlnson attended school of the Bard of Avon to Ogden The lieutenant a graduateof Ausley in Jacksonville.Mr. hear that the major
Monday at Wal
.Itatefl J In. ill Uicy play u ituijor af DeSoto<< utah and BaconCounty Nash, from the matchless stories DeSoto County High School ker surgery Memorial Hospital in Sarasota.

( A news' letter from Florida State University announced ruin buildlnt; the cxtiuinuuity. Ilich school In Alma of Charles Dickens to the holds a B. S. degree from Florida and Mrs. M. C. JohnsonOf She is in room 129, ''so
Ga. She was a member of the
that among the 501 student who completed thereby making the economy 1043 graduating class. novel. of today". State University.She ". Wharton, Texas are spendin end her a card and help her
stronger.,: Mrs. Morqo. spoke of the Important Is the daughter of Mr. the month of January in
requirement for degrees during the trimester just Mr. Campbell attended to get well real soon. 3!e rdaughter
The speaker stressed. the factLha part ot music: to eachprogram. and Mrs. Horace If. Rodgers Arcadia while Mr. Johnson
ended areAlbert Clark Polk III, US, ttoc. wel. and Joan school In Tarpon Springs, and Miss Donna F.e IleU
; if the economy of' a com"rnuntt Her remarks were 1036 .West. Hickory: St. looks after his extensive cat.U.ranch .
Converse BAlE Music 'ed. W lingsworth has returned home
Dye Registrar Murray in graduated In Ileo lie is nowemployed followed
I. weak, everyone by Mrs. Roy Appleby here.
Kenna aald that diplomas will be sent In a few days the community wll suffer including at O. Pierce: Wood presenting a piano solo "Pre from Hartford Conn. where

to1 488 who received bachelor's degrees 79 who re the churches and Memorial Hospital. lude" to Chopin.In she was attending .school: apd
'' Plans for the will M/ and Mrs. Howard Ro has accepted a position in the
leaved a mutt!' and 24 who received a doctor's degree. schools. wedding a dramatic performance.Mrs. Plant A barts. and
daughter Miss Patti office: at Walker Memorial.Mr. .
be announced at later date.
: a
Congratulations to Joan and Clark. He said "One of the greatest Lawrence B. Roe. and Roberta, went to Sarasota Sunday

," Woman' Place It In the Horn*. NO NO opportunities for service of the daughter Sarah gave excerpts and on Monday Mr. Robarts and Mrs. J. W.' Collins

This is for the benefit of the cavalier who unfailingly Womsna Club or any other from "Cricket on the Hearth" Tree Week underwent minor sur left Monday afternoon for

responds to any comment about women in organization ls working with Jr. Women y by Dickens The same skit gery. They returned home Rock Hill S. C. to attend the
Uiu urns of tovernmenU; TheyW.ut was presented by club members The Florida Federation of .
Industry or the professions with the courtly eng.gesstion Tuesday afternoon. funeral of Mr. Collins mother.
and lord tn. ktKiw howto Again Sponsor in 1929, and Sarah wore Garden Clubs has as a goal
that all dames should go home where they be- .. Mrs. J. B. Collins who passed
titVei: ., .t.' V" 'iu niuy toankuig the same costume worn by for the next three years a '
'. solve the crime the delinquency Lavon Bishop and Joe Ben- away Monday folowing
l 16hjf ond" thereby problem a long
who t\u.. thil.<> 'March of Dimes'The Betty Morqus at that time. Ttee Planting ProJect", and
dilemma, the divorce agency: and the employ with Yiuth ,Conservation and Mrs. W. L. Howard of Wau- have designated Jan 12.18 as field of Ft. Pierce spent from illnessROttNIS
March of Dimes .is offering Thursday Of heat 'w'ith! 'until
ment mess. the Insurance of tomorrow's hula repeated a vocal solo the week in 1964 for aU the '
The day the women took him at his word and Liberty? Youth learns best you the chance to get .."Big Drown Bear which she Garden clubs in the state W Sunday' visiting with Lavon's

stayed at home here'what happened: by exsmple. The better the into the fight against crlppUngdlaease .,'sang on a program for her. mother coopers te. 0- aunt.DtmeaJr.M.y: I*.. Duncan'. .. andMt
one or our naUcsYs.most : .
Babies new one and fitful& sick ones -wakensearly d, example we set bare today, dangerous enemies". said in 1938. The Arcadia Garden clu& -, .. ; ... .11: 1 1 '

in the hospital nursery",.raged:their fury at unaccustomed the greater will be the degreeUberty Mrs. Weaver Hippo. Chairmanof Mrs. R. L Holtzendorf presented members, with the cooperation "iit. and MY*. FCjltod Devane:
..,--et tomorrow. of citizens and civic ? .
excerpts: from the
neglect. Old people, peevish in'thelr morning' the DeSoto County Marchof study arrived' Saturday from Quit-
Mr. John A. Daniels.; Executive courses of English Literatureof are going to do thtlr
hunger and disarray, pounded the buttons on their bedtablewith Dimes as she announced plan moo,- da. and spent a few
of the DeSoto other
King help clubs
secretary John King Lear and garden
the weak force of and petulance. that the 1984 campaign wouldbe days share .looking: ,after bus- CAN FIX IT1
critical V:hambtr of Commerce was Kipling; Mrs. A. C. Polk. Jr. 180.OOO trees In the designated ,
A'' siek man awaiting surgery, slept on introduced and gave a brief sponsored by the JuniorWomen's gave a review of the study of time. Sounds like a colosss toes* interests; Step. .In and let him, tell yes.

under the sedative of the previous night. It waa jusas'well. reslme of his past record of Club. Florida Literature.The Job so will take the combined hew If It's long 'It'll tak.l .
bits lllpps reminded residents Mr*. Frank RurAse worth repairing It's
The physician preparing to perform his operation public ..rvb:.. He commendedthe of DeSoto program was concluded efforts of tree lovers all over. home' returned wart Rortnle. attentUn.Ronnie .
was unable tr function without the white-robed; Woman. Club on their put County with two request vocal solos. the state.The front $aralsotaWednes- '

tixpert) : nurse at hi* aid*. contrlbuton to the City of Ar- '1.1'In of 1904 a! million more American than aquat' "Sweet Lit' Jesus Boy" and theme of the Garden day onderwent,of las week where she )'*11 Tid-Bif

,A* if it were Sunday small offices: dlif not open at sivUu ,.n-i to i the County and babies will be born with-aihiu'iCMiit -What a Wonderful World Club administration la "Gar Is now major surgery. She Some ... .
people .tuU
convalescing ait her are ,
suid itittt' tw was looking forward This Would Be", given by Mrs. denln- To-Gether" and tree
a'll) until Irate bosses l !" harJ\? to working with the Howard accompanied by Mrs.Roy planting Is one of their major
why no one had answered the' telephone when they, had disabilities and deformities -' picking up the beans. they
women on future projects. Appleby. The latter projects. The planting of trees
song hAve
called to they would be late. will result in Mr. .and Mrs.
say many Lewis
During the business meeting had been sung by Mrs. How will add much: to the beautyof Bishop
In large offices, stenographic pool were deserted.' report was read from the cases. ards mother 11.1.... Morqus. at Arcadia and DeSoto Coun- returned home Saturday from RONNlrfJ,
were covered. Calculating machined waited. "S- pport of the March of Tampa where Mr. Bishop ha l
Typewriters Board meeting that convenedFriday a club meeting many years ty so PLANT A TREE.
fell silent between spurt of electronic: of last week. It was decided Dimes) gives us a direct stake ago. been patient in the hospital S LAST OAK *T.

impatience: clicking an occasional reminder. Coffee 'pots by the Board, and approved In the work of scientists seeking Hostesses Mrs. Durwood the** for the past three weeks. ARCADIA. FLA.
the means of He is ''AL WA .
preventing e
nqnattcd<< coldly on trnyn on secretaries' desk, smudged\ by the members, not these crippling condition.* she Smith. Mrs. D. O. Barnett Mrs. Patricia Robarts I- greatly improved and is irit

from 'elih'rtlay' pouring Front door of all schools t In have a float In the Fair par- declared. -In fact, important C. P Sandusky. and Mrs Glenn ---

were unlocked as usual. Heat poured from heaters ..'j. but to have a car tilled Ebersole, all past presidents
dues to the causes of certain
.> i Hi club officers. Several of the club served hot Mulled
Given ShowerA Art
Into with blind blackboards and
MiiHre| rooms : empty birth defects have already been Instructionby
ninny making projects weredtatusaed Apple Juicer pert sandwiches
tU"tk The classrooms tiivmftltrs were closed. Pupils turned up a* a result of March ,
,,. and members hot eheece biscuits olive
hrfjrht from hath-Mml'tmiHhing\ at home, gathered at ot Dimes grants." miscellaneous: shower was
!' to make more definite and salted nuta.Battery .
Children now afflicted with given In honor of bride-elect by
the door stretching to their tiptoes to peer throughthe plans on the two that were
half giaas at the floor Inside where the sun gleamIng passed on for the near future. birth defects: profit directly: Miss. Patty Roberts, on Friday,
from a nationwide network of Jan.. 10, by Mrs. Jim Bennett,
through the friezes of childish art the H.
pasted on Progress) reports) were also Rhoades
March of Dimes IllWncedt..tIn.nt A Dance and daughter Linda at their
rkuies.. made arabesques of shadows. given by the beeutlflcatton:
centers where Improved home on South Brevard Ave
IVpnrtment and stores to crush chairman and the member- PORTRAJTS
specialty opened a treatment Is available Big SuccessThe STILL LI FES

01" customers, for the> worn.*. fit the office, plants, .h.p chuinnan.S from teams of medical speci: nue.Appropriate games) and con.tests : I LANDSCAPES
jtchdols. hosi'ilMl. unit l rrMtnurtints had! decided v.-r.l fcuvsls were Intro- local A 3rdHowtUer.
to exercise ....... Battery were enjoyed by the
their feminine prerogatives as compulsive: shop ,Uuir and weluonteU; by the "And the March of Dimes Is lUth Artillery, had group Write' Tel 42 D..Co A"o.

pers. member also providing the same superior their Annual Dunce Saturday The hostesses served delicious I Care ef Tae. AraaSIa Art Asee.Utle*

Hut th't"YIn&| no money. No saleswomen were on medical care' and supporting night' at the Elks Club. refreshment* to the following t

hand to help them with their purchases. The few,. harassed an equally sound research The Battallan Queen Miss I guests: Misa' Roberts, Classes
men buyers, flour supervisors and department Buy Your Dinner program for the benefit of mil Nick I Knue. of Ft. Myers, was ..,.... Howard Robarts, Mrs. C. I
Uon of children Introduced. as was the local A. Paulson and Mrs. Donald P..r.ItT..
and adults a), tao A.M. t. 1WO P....
I the were frantically protecting property and keeping From Catholic suffering from arthritis or disabling Queen Miss. ) Bobby A m 0 a. Pattlson of Venice M.... &y **.*-....-Tueeesy. Inc to 4:30 s.....
peAce. rheumatic disease.. Special guest) were Major Appleby Mrs. Albert Turner slab'' Life and Portraits
Cinwrfc openo this th.ua1. but no cashiers arrived.' "In. lllpps also emphasized Morgan House Ft. Myers ex- Mrs. Joe Bennet. Mrs. Connie. Oeaeral_* Friday 7:00: te 1 WO P.M.

The hock-out, l Itiurt clogged IM bur. boy fumbled with Women SundaySt. that funds are needed' for conUnueU battalion Commander, and Cot. Meyer. M ... J. A. Slnunona.Mrs. aftsreay, 10= te 4:30 P.M.

cash registers and tangled ta ea. aid to thousands of polio Evan It. Alexander Tamps Carolyn Shelter Mrs. .... -- -. -

Long before the first luncheon: group" began topush Paula) Catholic Church Ia victims and for the Salk Institute New Commander.The Sandy.Carlson. It,.. Dave Csrr.

through the door of restaurant' and cafeteriasfor sponsoring a Turkey or Ham for DJotoglcal I I studies. Gentry Orchestra of Mrs. J. I. Duncan Mrs. Jo Nell

noon-time refueling, cafe operator* knew they werei dinner Sunday, JnIS.. The now under ronstrucUon. In SanDiego Avon Park furnished music for Ik'nrw'.nd Mrs. Fred Grady. DANCE CLASSES

i ntrouble. No women cooks, kitchen helpers or weltContinued dinner will be served at the Calif,1* dancing starting at a pan and

Woman! Club West of Peace'- lasting until IftkU ht.

_( on page 3-A) River. Serving will start at 12 The dance was oanl-formal. Eat Spaghetti at NEW
ttooA. Dinner Party and the cities battery and their TEENAGE BALLROOM CLASSES

A good,and; wholesome dinner friends were urvtted to at.
will be available tor only Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lang tend.Arrangements. VFW FridayVeterans Leery Friday. itartl.. Jawsary 17. 1e54 ,.....

St.33 for' adults and TS C'fttatoe' entertained with a dinner party for he dance of Foreign Wars 610bensP.M.
Friday. Jan loth TROT WALTZ.
\. at.be CHA.CHA.CHA.ftl
chlMren. and all .
preschool that Included
battalion Poet
mem ZS34
wWbave a spaghetti ROCK
WettgewuuU Inn in ftOLL.
St. Peters "UI-"A-
children eon eat free. bees from. FT. TWiT .OSSA NOVA.
burg. Myers Sarveota, supper en Friday Jan. 17. at .. POLKA ..
i'uhUahed .every TtiurwJUy awutnlsk at :MTOH W. The publie U cordially In- Ouesta Included Mr. Lang's Avert Park, ae well .. the toe the Post Home en East Cy- m t ALL .ALL ROOM DANCES

W. .k. tttrevt.: Aii-sd., ft'M*"'.. .JCast ftV N......... editor. vltacf to attend.ticket It InterestedIn son. Forrest Lang of L utnllolIt \ at perstonel. were made by. preaa ..*. S..+leig neurrwtabe 15 Wsxk Course $15
purchasing .
rail WAitaeete
Captain Charlie Harrison Iiar.last freni t
: :Jilt to Leo p..C Tickets
t.lar..ho.. ), and his "'"'" Mrs Line (A. Adult caIn. .
publisher; Neiberger b l usls be
ttaa.egee.H or eoo N
yew may purchaseone Mc<:'all. James e
()-Day. They came to WaUron. are on sale by V.P.K.end \ .....r..u. J eserr pespie seed
as Second Claw Matter. October 1?. Iff3 at the at tae door, or from one attend Harold Olllembarc. Lucky Atrtntary" soeuibei a.or
the wedding of his
Post Office at Arcadia' F1-r..... under of the ---- tattler )II'. Manaflesd. and Eddie Oan r be d 'In
Act ., o..a.cn.r Make ntana now to and Lang 10 Mrs. Maud Kline, __ ? purrlMwrd at- uW *V>er. .**ws Top, BaRd, Acrobatic

March 3. 1571.Member have a real go Jan, znd. -r MosJ. .m fon for Cfiit
meet for only e ; .
After' dinner. Mr. and r. : it-Agv
Florida) Prew A.. rbtloa. Natteaal. T4ltottalAssedauoa $1.23. WHiIEYARIgltL :

IfttHD.aho".a CXmfrrtnre" .4 Weekly' New..- sight Lata.e.*4ng: their trip guests around en St.a 18 a j Xladetssrteta. U I. s rr.). ...%:IS .. 3:*$ P.M.

Asper Editors Sigma PHta Chf. Petersburg. acid then w 1M :: ''YOU'I I Ssmsjai3dr.. (ftla> 87r .)....3:00 .. 3i43 P.K.
PTA Will Meet OUer ChiUre (S to 12
Airport they
rsnigfctMr. ar1an. C I 7n..1U4 =- P.s.LIi .
.O&anI'Advertising J'IorWa Representative. Fkwtta Press Servsre, The T(Feet FVinentary' School back .. t.o..oe.. J\WAIT! Ii: TeeavAxers IS a .)..... .. ...4.SO.. SlS P.M-

t, : Am"flC'a".N..L:1! !wrtaeca r t i Ibaet Ttr+M-rs A*...* iauuyw 'Nl .
,New, York New Yotk: AtlantaSuWrrMlon .. >cr ti:; tJrtra7tdTclsSgaa. snort' Wetfsweday after -- AH,CTasxa HeW WornMr. **', Club

Ratee.;--One Year$4*>;SU Muatae HL2. ..... ...*.,n at 3'U pun. In and Mrs HsroMbttrampiMttta .. PINE POINT RESTAURANT 1
the Srfeoat Cafeterle, by Mj.. Neilson.mulher and Mrs.
Single Copy MaUed-. c..... Atkinson
The profiam will be preeented acted Monday fur
a U. S. 70 West f
,? Copy .4 Hack Issue-SS Cents.. by the 2nd grade pupils,. visit with Mr. NetsWsi permta., 'I WELL KNOWM SMMASOTA ANO New VO1KX
AU parents are urgent to at.beside Mr. and Mr*. &4.ut H..... WA 9-5531 I ... Mla.l A.e.. .ses.5 To&
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TIlE ARCADIAN, Arcadia Florida;,;Thursday: January 16, 1964', .; 3-A


Your WV.. PRITCHETT hope she will soon be able tt -

( from 2-A) Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cleveland return home. Make a date with
page and children Cornelia and Mr. and Mrs.\ Norval Bargcr

The whole family gathers for meals at a special Ojnny of Miami spent the had Sunday dinner with Mr tins
108-inch dining room table. All the youngsters help COUlily R weekend with hill mother. Mrs. and Mrs. Art St. John and chil SG0UT!

cook make salads set the table and clean up. The boys Rosalie Do ier and Mr. Doal r. dren. ,

are very good cooks, too Mrs. Itobarts marvels. They E Sam Ash and Gene Davis Last Wednesday the Extension -
can also take their turns with the needle when a but- Sc/'OO spent! the weekend at Luke club met at the home ol So versatile you'll have to plan its days.A .

ton needs to be sewed on or a mending job done. Oke.chobec fishing but came Mrs. Norv'al !Darger to make handy 5-it. pickup for light hauling without
The boys take care of the yard for the large bay By Hugh Flanders hack"with the report of "no their plans for the fair booth ; :
front home and Donald tends the pool. Swimming: is luck. Saturday evening Mrs. Mat- cab sporty for fun; with doors and windows ,
a favorite family activity (in warmer weather). In County Scho SuperintendentOne Sam Ash Jr and Karson off runabout for
Mercer left Monday for' Jacksonville tie Williams and' guest from hitting the trail; with steel .
fact, the Robarts do almost everything as a family.A of the most important and late to provide an
stay on a business trip and North Carolina and Irginlu visited Travel-Top soft
or vinyl fully-enclosed
top a
train trip to the"orld'$ Fair in Seattle, Wash., functions of our county school adequate Type A lunch for the wilt return Wednesday. )
and tour of the West was a major undertaking two system is the School Lunch children They take pride in Wilson Intchett visited Don In the DarKer home. wagon. Peppy 93 tip COMANCHE engine I
summers ago, and Mr. Roburta hopes to take the whole Program.: Very few realize the their work a* they have aright Eller: last Sunday afternoon.. Mrs. L. L. Newberry spent
family Washington, D.C., this coming summer. scope of this particular phase to do. O\&r lunchrooniahae Mr. and Mrs. W.' W. Prit- Thursday with her sister-in- even pulls a light trailer. Optional all-wheel-

The way all the children have reacted to the l love of our operation. always ratan high on any hctt visited Mr. and Mrs. C. law Mrs. Ola Newberry in Arcadia drive makes it a ti,-er when the going's
In the family home has been heart warming to the DeSoto County operates five state or goverttitient. survey. E Newberry in Arcadia Sunday }
tough. it
Ty buy it !
Robarts. (5): separate lunchrooms. One \Ve participate In the F'**''- afternoon they also called Mrs. Lou Firtnvntore and today
each: at Nocatee. Memorial, eral School Lunch programand on the ParrUh family Sunday.
When someone asked Harry the 10 year old children were business visitors
West Elementary. Ft. Ogden the School Milk Progra.n. Mr and Mrs. Sam Murphy
who joined the family during the Christmas season Waurhula
in last Thursday
and Smith-Brown schools witha Under this set lip. the Fedei-ul Molted Mr. and Mrs. J. W.Williams ,
What he was going to get for Christmas, he replied, total of 23 employees. Each government; gives financial resistance Sunday: afternoon.Mr Miss Judie Ftnnemore visit..
"A new mother and daddy." And believe me that was lunchroom has a manager. Mrs. a* well as surplus Williams has been sick for ed Carla Tisdale Sunday afternoon.
some present. Elsie Austin is supervisor of commodities: the lunch several days. \Ve wish him a .
resses appeared to change sleepily into their clean service the two lunchroom at Memorial rooms. This Is determined t>y speedy rcro\'ery. Mr. Milton Flnnomore celebrated
uniforms to prepare for the midday deluge. and West Elementary in the number of plate serxl Mr. and Mrs Sam Murphy his birthday Sunday
Restaurants as other proprietors could not sum- Arcadia. each day. During the 1962- 3 alga! visited with Mrs II.-f.: He enjoyed a turkey dinner
The personnel of these school Dc&vto received Flpps on Sunday.
mon their absent employes by preemptory telephonic year County and all the trimmings with his
&. lunchrooms come to work early from Kodcrtal"' Visiting the W W. Pritchett
. commands for the operators were women and they had family. His daughter Ann presented f.
'j hol sources plus J13.-179.33: worthof :MancUy evening were M r s.
removed their staccato omnipresences a him a lovely birthday
oW 4 iday. There was no woman at the ad of the line to commodities.The Mattlc from North Williams Carolina.Mr. and her. guests cake' she baked Milton received l
hear complaint abuse. lunches cost the chlUlrai several! nice gifts, -
a or an
With their supporting parent refusing to work Pine Level NewsMRS. 33: cents per plate.l They ma}' and !Mrs Ode Yeomans Mrs. Eunice ftlladl and
buy extra milk .t 3 cents pee called on the James Tlsdale daughter Lori have been on
cold and cheerless tomorrow
millions of children faced a -
half-pint. During 1962-63 this family Saturday afternoon.
the sick list. We wish them a
and husbands:!! struggling to rise stove meager T. E. MIZELLE: lunchroom served an average Mr anti Mrs. Sonny Ritch speedy. recovery.Mr .
wages hurrie dtowards their shabby work more discouraged of 1.128 lunch per day. Of visited Mr. and Mrs. Hugh and Mrs. Carey Carlton
than ever. Mrs Lavonia Harris and this total about 13 percent are> Long in Cleveland Saturday had supper with Mr. and Mrs. SOUTH FLORIDA MOTORS
J. W Putnam and children -
A few thousand more fathers crushed by unbearable free unches to children ot afternoon. Hilton Huberts. Saturday, even-
the orde of deserters were business visitors in families.Many Buddy Hurst (U.S.A.A.r)
new family responsibility, joined needy Inn
Wed 221 Oak
Sarasota and Brad nton West Street
and never went to work at all. They sui rendered local erg.niatlons. a* spent the weekend with his Charlotte Johnson spent Saturday -
to failure and fled In panic some of them forever. nesday.Mrs. Zula William spent well as individuals, provide parents Mr and Mrs. Ed Hurst night with Mrs. PierceIn Arcadia Florida WA 8-2101
for these free lunches Mrs. James TI8dolle visitedMrs. Arcadia' ,
That was the day the women stayed "where they two days last week with Mrs. money
Arcadia. each year. It !is only through Willie Mae Cox In Arcadia IU>b Matheny visited James '
belong"-at home.I Frank P.'maey in .
is quite an home these generous contributionsthat in Friday night Mrs COM left Tlsdale on am".y.Ev'ry. ,
that the above phantasy exaggeration Mrs. Rumsey was just
am sure we are Able to operateand Sunday morning for Gainesville ....... .h'.jld rememberto 'NTERNAT'ONIIL- TRUCKS IJ1\II
but there is enough truth in my ramblings she underwent major surgery
give each *n4 every childa where she is a patient In attend and support our
to make all of us think. from Sarasota Hospital, where nourishing Type A lunch. the University Hospital. We County Fair, I WORLD'S MOST: COMPLETE. UU0.: .
Christmas Has Come and Gone We wish her a quick recovery I,

but this is the first time that I have had a chanceto Billy Harris left Friday to| _

Tribune comment from on Sararota one of the right stories after that Christmas.The came .out in the here after return with spending to Montlc his several mother lIo. ,Illinois weeks sister,, [NO*ONE i CAN MATCH: : .OUR' VALUES_: !

story is about W. T. (Wilfred) Robarts. one and family. A phone call reports -
of my long time. friends. Willie as we all affectionately he reached there Sun-
called him came to Arcadia over 20 years ago, day. .'1OUR CREDT 000' .) \\7
and bought the undertaking business that now belongs Mrs. Clyde llollingsworth 17 adcodt1
to Fred Grady. He came here from up around Gainesville and three of her children. V. $10 t+ \

and entered intpxall social he was an attrac- C., Lou and Beth were visitors
civic and fraternal Saturday In Sarasota. Another iuRHlTUfPtI
tive bachelor-'at that time,
lie joined here daughter Lynn, spent the day 'DOWN
'organizations in the community. was with Janna Coulter In Owens. I
by his brother .iioward Robarts, anti in a year or so, Several from the community .. II
branched outland opened up a new funeral home in called on Mr. Uunla Outler DfUVtftS
Sarasota. He became just as active and )popular there last week. Mrs. Outler was ill. ANY -

.as he wrJ in Arcadia. Did server in the Navy during but not confined: to bed. and ROOM "T"
the lasfwar. At one time was on Okinawa at the same friends hope she will soon regain SUITE OnSECTIONAL -. )
her usual good health. .
time/that my Gilbert was there.
: /But the thing that was interesting to me in the Jot 1"*. T. W. Putnam and

e ..Tribune story were the activites on Christmas Day atWilfred't Mrs. Lavonia Harris were hos- s/e fll i
.: Ronnie Carol, leases for .a tuperware party jurs
home.: They have one daughter.
Friday night It was well attended -
18 who is their own child, and eight adopted children. '
/ and game were played 10PC. SOFABED SUITE M
/ The two newest members of the family circle spent before the demonstration of .r

their first Christmas in the Robarts family this past the ware After business was A ._..'-.e ..It ., ......_ ....I.!.. ._!.r.1| D.f.l..'U !......
Christmas. Harry 10, and Gary 8, are the seventh and finished the hostesses) served pll.....- .. ...... ...... ,.... .'_'H .....

eighth children adopted by the Robart open face rata sandwiches. taeoVP 1NCit/CIF'/ 95 i.
All nine hung stockings at the ends of their beds sweet cracker and hot punch. "_. J ..... ....... ? -
the night before Christmas. after having Christmas Mrs. Shelby Holllngsworth M..hl.w11.r. ., c....." ....,. 1190owN I
dinner and attending Christmas rive net-vices. They plans same kind of party the M.n.Nw.Mb.a.5" .. J> -.-...... ...... $330 A Week /
down pancakes and takeon 14th of February.
rose early Christmas to gulp
the mountain of packages under the tree. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson (
The whole day was spent enjoying the excitementof and two sons, of Los Angeles :=w,. rrrwrrrrrrrs.r.rl.iRI
California, called on the
Each of the
for the
new toys Miscues Monday afternoon. .J
for their mother I
children picked out something special
with an assist from Mr. RobarU, who took each of them It I* the time of year for
winter and we are
shopping individually. having a taste of It. along with I
Home from college for the holidays were I Bonnie the rest of the eastern half .f LOOK! I IVP1O$25
Carol. a freshman at Peabody College Nashville. Term., the nation. First earn several
and Ann Marie a freshman at Andrew College Cuth- Inches of rainfall then some

bert, Georgia.In cloudy raw cold. Not really
Sarasota schools are Donald 1C; Arlene 15; Chanter of Commerce weatherat
Thomas. 14: Patricia. 11 ; Dennis, 12. and the two all. We wish the C of C
could manage It. sometime.
newest members.
to quiteso The Fair management would
The Robarts never expected the family get
really like It now.
large although Mr. Robarts came from a family of "

five and Sirs Robarts' parents helped raise five other -- .. TRADE-IN
children besides their own four.

They adopted their first. Arlene. when she was REAL ESTATE u-1.10 ALLOWANCE
left at their door when
four hour' old. and Dennis was 1o-pc.

he was four weeks old. Then they adopted I two at a See Us For + SOFABED RO M CROUP / rOR YOU* OLD IIVINO' KOOM SUITIIaW

time.to the Donald Robarts and when.Patricia they were, brother 13 and and 10.sister Harry came and Good Buys .b r..'.,.w-M :::=.::::;t'"i.:::-':':":..,.sod.... $14 995 Mil" .w (w1 N 1s..I. ./eb1Ay. .......

Gary are brothers. The l last four adoption have been HOMES a... .....ts sri.l (a.... Les It.../...-,.. "_I s,tsi. ,.",..It... wiMef. s.5...'.Int1I.al. .
channeled through' the Children's Home In Tampa. a4UILOINO .Cod/ec. .,i j
.,ITgGROVI ....Ik4.. J ............. t .... ..,.. S2.OO".A-vhk 1 .'dl ) e/b Will ire.i v.eRi l_Kl"
ACRKA01 "L. Osoup 1/eCltNlf. ......-...... ...... c..._ sew
ar a1.wM.. ...... ..... I c- bee"'rtoo
Fort Winder News LEWIS AMBLER .A stlltrArrwLr.r i

*. fee XO Year.
Patton and daughter U lte*
Mr. sod Mr. J., O. Smith of Owen and Mr, and ), .. Associate .
were visiting Mr. and Mrs David Miscue and daughter nonius IL LEVSKY
polk Wright of Owen Susldayafternoon. and Mrs and lire. Lester HOI aDd
..... son oC *T Myers were **- "-
Mr and Mrs Harry Johnson tong Mr and Mr. Awrel HUGH M. MARTIN

and children of Owen Mr Young, C>jnday 2O s..tr. Dee.e Aw.... KING-SIZE[ i
I and Mr Billy Young and children Mr. and Mr. RAlph ll.milton *>...
WA 'IftOI eua
n. Myrr
eC Ft OgiSen. Joe n. E"cb.1dftft ,", and duMren of I I
ette Jointers and and awl Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Hamilton -
and cMkiren of Punts Cor-r '
da and Mr and Mr*. Albert ......-.......-........

..... ... .uvper "
Arcadia Tb8na'4If Joe,. and Mrs. HarreyM Ouol/// Deep NYLON A FOAM Comfort

C1ead Led di..... of Oiatrfexte 9' ..... ....... ........ -.-.. ..... .... ....
General rUrtMC FT/dar Mgnt.TVry ....NCJf FOAM Sf ATSffIVftilflll / .t "" '- .
were eeUbrtin let f* t CUSHIONS/ sy.=r** '"'* :::: :

Hospitalt Hann. McOe r_ bstthday. OUO OAK ft AMf SI 1 .
t ..*ION. Mrs Everett: J _CASS nttuno uoi "T1 9.8 )
Wee .. J... ry Mtta. Haw Mart Mewl ..... Mr, *. I We can give toesfrtott $1 .
...... teaertt. Jew f atbes .t Owee.s weve .... IACI COWl. s-ru. I.,'

J..aevwsMaft a HMriIoa{ .' tt *c a/tentoM.Mr*. Oscar Itemwen. Psiday -I you 11 reasons frt. s 10 DOWN DELIVERS! tS2.7S -

........ .......,. .; Mrs. Jones drvmton. ., C* *- A W..k
..nit PNlea.ac5. __I M vi 4UC her d...,...r i for insuring "
Ph.... ml fasts Mr a4 Mr J A. i
t are LOWEST PRICES root
User, t. .set" eesMrwu I EVER .
M.rM euu.-. Mr. Dkckr.J.wes.sa1 ....,..! h.-., se .....-. 1Lrsasds na..
halt lee .f .........- ..-...... Mrs Eve I I '
r.,.. wane. trs> ...... astd Mrs A MelT : The awn .err verse ..... Arcadia Music-Furniture Store

rr-w. *.* *T TM aMaf .
I. .. .
Magenta a'.C .grata frw.RUPERT '
end Mss D vd
P.5.51 D..w J iiia r Mr.
--. c.u.r: as 4 aae ..r..t.aaot bee f>e smutty tr i ) d. r'' 33W.O.kSr.EASlESTjt.TERMS.1 PoNc'sASSOCIATE WA 8-7281
DISCHAQGIS ........ M. asst W.III D. I 1 : .
1 w..a .. ey ta"ll.etlsfd .. .. a. .. ta. t 4+f atMrs. t
r.n- -..- SMITH STOlE FOR
;-t3la'aless ., East.
..... ..a.
Hest. $-. .... .... Kr& 3 A. D..sav.ya.d Agency g I It
rata<< s..arl w...... all.,. 1"aaa#
tO..da- Q.-edjbtaeete. we.w. a t" y......... .. sae.Lsa If .... De.... A_ t. a

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Publish** V".ry Thursday .
4-A TIIE ARCADIAN Arcadia. Florida Thursday, January 16, 1964 .1tI
CRVINQ TH. Hue.op' SOUTH CENTRAL FLORIDA' -.------- ------ ._-- .. .
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"f.'" W. Oak .t. Arcadia, Florida' I

PHONES WA .8'01 OR WA 88611 WILL TRADE two r.glet..d I Coy.. Florida January 11, 1871. Peace River Moving. Marsden r.

Hereford bulls, seven years I A grove" owner Mr. Coker Wallia was high with 2O1-217 :
Classified 5 cents word Minimum charge $1.001
: per Brahma of equal lived 11 years In Hlllsboro
) old for two 8WILLIAM for a 99O series. Bill McAnly

V Display Advertising In classified section $1.26 percohrma value. Write Jim Trierson County and 12 year in Polk BOWLING was right there too with a 968

Inch Minimum kiss accepted-on* inch. Ona RFD or phone WA 00811 I County. before coming to De .At aeries. Roy. Gregory rolled 524 ,
after 6 pm. 15-18-17-18-p ,II 1,"*.*.*..T L"," Soto County. He Is survived by for Peace River along With
AU -testified.. Cash with order unless Advertiser I his wife Lena Hayman Coker. 3 NEWS Jimmy Albritton 022. Tropical N r

has established account with The Arcadian. SERVICES I F. WISE and children James H. Coker Ext. won 3-1 over Gulf

I Funeral services held .Sarasota; Elton N. Coker Naval with Cliff Bransford t
Deadline for Classified 'Ad; Wednesday 0.OO: a-m. C&.ASII". 'SPLAT were 1
Fla. and
Ochopee Carman P.
I I this week for William F. Wise ; lOt I' shooting a nice 222-K22 series.

CUsslflad set to eight point type. Average 48 words Avcir TMAcroasL of Nocat: _. who died Sunday Coker, Jacksonville; eight MERCHANTS LEAGUE lows Austin Coker was nigh for

per inch. January. 12th at Arcadia Gen grandchildren and a host of Barnard Buick 47 29 Gulf Naval with 492. CTC won
NUTMTV Gurdwt eral Hospital. Interment will great-grandchildren; one slater .. George Palmer topped the 4 points on forfeit from Bar-
29 extra. If replies Ube 30" 0 Box number charge: cents Mrs Jane Gardner
Clark -
be In field's.
Rotary Plow Crestview Cemetery, with list ox bowlers Thursday night Boring Auto 40 32 Shop. George Mathewson -
mailed.. M ft'' U. McLaughlin Funeral lion_. Fla. with 193-215-103>> for a 601. DeSoto National Bk. 40 32Moorman' had 482 for CTC.

Card of Thanks charged at classified rates. Ma OROUMDS S47. IQUIFMIMT OMO CO.. ft... Cre tvhrw. 'In charge of that Cemetery Interment January was .in 12 Gardner with Marsden Wants was close behind Feed 39 33 Team Standings Won Lost

phase of arrangements.Mr. with 204-391: and Bob Western Auto 38 36 Peace River Mov. 47 21

-- Wise> was born August the Rev. J. Sheppard Bryan Palmer 209-500. They led Smith :Miss Gertrude's 35 37 Turner Realty. Co. 44 24

WANTEDWANTED 11. 1878. is survived by.. his. Rev.Orden Rice and the Rev. X-Cel to a 3-1 win over Koch's Drug 33 39 Johnson Grove Serv. 41 27

; children Carl' Wise of Lake L. T. Fagan officiating. Mr. Sunbeam Bread. Dill McAnlyhad Arcadia Drug 22 30 Palmer Spreader 33 35

Business Opportunity MISCELLANEOUSFOR Oeetf used piano. Hamilton. Fla; Jessie Wise, of Cokerf was a member of the M 588 along with Jerrold Gulf Naval Stores 21 91 Gulf Naval Stores 32 36 r..
First Church.
Will trade on new furnitureor Davenport and Mrs. John War- Baptist Gasklns :502 for Sunbeam: Roy. Tropical: Ext. 31 37

CLAJUFIIO antMAV SALE new piano. ARCADIAMUSICFURNITURE ren of Arcadia; two sisters. Pallbearers were Robert Sor- Gregory led MIddleton Candyto Next week's schedule la as CTC 27 41 ,

STORF' Miss Viola Wise .and Mrs. Nan rell. John Parker Clark a 4-0 win over 1st place follows: Barfield's Shop IT 51 .

Small Innhnent") t
AN ) w..id t. 111.VI Robart-Grady Funeral Horn Rails Bob Avant. Bill Townsend games of 200-119-209.lIarry ..
Turner Gulf Naval
: FOR SALK bsed Oe Rarloe* Realty vs
04 C4.L5C1 from deorono.4 O. D. Flora Henry
......,. In 'Good Condition. DeSoto was in charge of local arrange Ladd followed up with a :559 Miss Gertrude. Western Auto CLASSiritD MSPLATNOTICE
: 1.rri. :=; Avant. Lonnie Walker. George .
ments. series Frank Keene 221.13..JImmy
M'YI a Gas Phoae WAlnut -EGA Barnard Buick vs Boring Auto
CA / rv U -- Company.. Stonebreaker end Harold
p.r s..5 t $ r .....m. 62-Uc l Hampton Fun- Albritton 511 and Greg Moorman's Feed vs DeSoto National -
j CAIN CAPITAL tTMLNY. obartGrady Cavas 501. Arthur Roe rolled Bank.INDUSTRIAL.
-- yoar NOTICES1M eral Home was in charge of
TtLlfItOMf "UMI.tMiuL i GEORGE W. TAYLORMasonic a nice 560 series for Coca Cola .
MAOMIMS'" C0- ,."i... f>. O. Soa FOR ,.ALB-Now .low priseson arrangements. and Kbby Dyal 2O9-S24.: Weldon LEAGUE
a. .... .,. ,, t tractor and truck tires. i service were) held
itIL1WIJL 'WI'n : at graveside for George W. Williams fired a 200-550 series Johnson Grove Service took Due to limited time X ;
"w k. y ...,... Sew your Standard OU Company. for DeSoto National but they. can do only tax returns 1
Taylor. 524 North Volusla Ave-
dealer. Phil An- 3 points from Turner Realty
Ky.. MRS. GERTRUDE L.. HOPE have handled In previousyears. .
nue, who died at his.. home dropped 3 points to Channel ..
Co. Andy Gardner had a big
205 8. .
erson, distributor. TMI CIRCUIT COURT OV TNt.. Mrs. Gertrude Louella Hope
Wednesday, January 8. A member In*. led by Bill Channel with 231 and 992 series to set the
4-tfc STATS e* fioai DA IM ANO roaOtIOTO 98. passed away at the Arcadia
REAL ESTATE Clients make appointment -
.. 192490. Aliens Radio < TV may
COUNTY 'tO*IDA of the Presbyterian Church.lotI' c pace for anchor man R. C.
.. General hospital Sunday morning by calling WAlnut 8-
IM c..CI..y CASs MO' ia aMOTICI 3-1 the Arcadian
won over
Taylor was born in Tuck- who had 212972.Tom .
I a
TO OIMNDS. 5 after I 4481.
\ TOIL aALIE-t7 Inch G... Tsl. January a prolonged -
SALE team. R. C. Taylor was high
FOR shoe N.Y.
I C. SMITH. September 29. illness. Mrs. Anderson had a 202-558 .
vision set and a 30 foot antenna PIO.MIf.EDGAR Hope was with u 522 scries.' Wayne Gillette -
I .1879., and has lived !In Arcadia born in Jefferson and series for Turner along with James R. Mundell
Both In coneS County
I had 498 for the Arcadian.
G ,. DUNNING. KATE since 1948. Ebby Dyal 533. 10 8. DeSoto Ave.
inquire was the daughter of the Rev.
tion. ) at 410 North Vo- ." .. .. / The Whidden Co. 3-1
FOR RENT er Sale-Three andonehalt I XlNNINU He U survived by his wife and Mrs.\ William old won Palmer Spreader Service Arcadia Florida. ,
usla anytime? day or nlcht.Chaapt Defendant*
I Mrs. Viola and over Arcadia Music & Furn.
acres land. Cleared See it. 13-tfc. IN THC NAMI Of TNt STATE OP Taylor Arcadia pioneer family. of that section.! took 3 points from hat place
led by Munte Fortman with
FLORIDA one sun. William C. Taylor of
ready to fAanU Telephone WA She the widow of David
GtCTlfy TO- THC DEPENDANTS INSAID New Yurk City Interment wua 504. led Eller was high for his
t t6785. I CAMS TWIT Wynn Hope and lived 4. short
SELLING OUT mlscllane .
: : team with 481.
1. In Oak Ridge Cemetery with
I !|l 1.) EDGAR DUNNING and liH w.<. time In Floral City. Captivaand INVITATION TO BIDDERS
articles. Secondhand .a. and }J' KATfl DUNNING.' eJ). ItATHUtNOTTOH. the Rev J. J. Martin officiat: This ends the 1st half of the
lectrlo water heater. Washing and ((4)). WILLIAM COTTON Sanlbel Islands later mov- I
.. .... (5)). MfNKV JONES, andI4L to Hlsora Merchants loop with Coca Cola
poi .AL.C-Large Ml l I''r T. i Mchlnew.; Lawn mow vre Doors, ing.Pallbearers ing whlcl. was at
were In
front nine
| out by
and CouI'ltr7ata.. $.W IONULC'l that time part of DeS to County games
Windows, sate) sink and gas ( 40NfS
Claude Jones W. W. Dasher ahead of 2nd place Smith X- 4 School Busses
cash. T. D. Walker, Oeoeral at JONES COTTON Ovid (It) KATHLtlN and pioneered that section
sttfT*. rverythln. cheap
JONES McCllMC. and <.). DAISY W. I. Woods, John Montgomery Cul Good luck to all the teamsIn
from 1912 to ;
1933 and has
DoUTerrArcadia.JOHN t1qCLAiptp1BD
._ mfles
OcMCar Uttta Acres, 2 tout vMa M O west on highway No. 70. T. D.Walker. MUHMAY. and (CIO. HAVWOOO MURRAY Funeral Home a resident here since For the
Ilobart-Cracly 1948 Chevrolet 36
al.a-LAV and ()III I,. ALSfftT W. GIL.CHRIST past five years she has livedat passenger :
-. .?.. 1$-P botK.to" and (I 12)) a man was in charge of arrangements.& the Wallace FOR
.1w.' 1e owns H FtftGUSOM, and Hope residence.She
PARKER la each .. y.... If .....* and If ...... was a member of the Lake JAN. 16. 1964 1951 International, 60 passenger !
... unkf.. .mn po.ore. ctatmtnq undo* Chanel Ins. vs Th, WhiddenCo.
REALTOR ..nACt'.a .,ism you a* ....... .i yont-. o.- JAMES H. COKER Placid Baptist Church. 1952 GMC 48
Mow. dbou CM ana/. Ply M foallttia'lww ..ign..., Hanani, ..-.-. tr...Kaf .. Survivors are two sons William passenger :
k HOME. >* 0 JOVE. : : about a pair ol li/34/4 ..... .Iokn..w.. sod.s/ unknown Funeral services were held David and Coca Cola vs Arcadia Music & I
: Hope
I .y. .. /ramieh Me. *.iugi d" fo .far. naoV Des __ oacn af vow ...... W,'. Sunday. January. 12 for James Arcadia Furn. 1955 International 66
MN'CRtldCants .Is n0. mn. d .O c.,....... -In: 11. Coker long-time DeSoto Ben Clay tope V mu Fla.. passenger :
.. The Arcadian vs DeSoto Na-
and all porlm navtna or claimln and six grandchildren and 11
I Cast -Can all. North 0e4e ETA,/101 I.AaD.. COMXIItOM.' Oiw.twhet Igr.J/ .. ta hero any ...... INN. or .ln*_l County resident. who died are.-lfTandct tional BunkMiddleton
>t Lark ""1..r.. In l*>. pmpwly lM>..inaft.f xri w Are.dJUl. Ph. WA.S451CLAUsPiI ..W ... K YOU AND IACH Of) YOU A*IHIMSY Funeral services .were held
NOTiriCU. Met a Complaint I It<>.piUI. Mr. Coker son of the Tuesday January. at 2 Crl corner N. Polk and Whidden Streets.
T p.m.
hoc tmtn litod aoolml yaw toe,..nwwrM ,late Wesley Coker and Nancy
FOR SALI' Brand n.w 90 I .... ...... ....hr ta ..>. ciwMtme Carlton In Fort Me- at the Van Patten and Son Funeral Sunbeam Bread vs Allenes
I .PM IMIa' M .... ptawMilf. lM>r.. was born Chapel. with Rev. Robert Radio & TV Sealed bids should be submitted to:
lNP6A;' calibre II shot Army style I In aaaln r yes and each al p.. MI oi iianTta.frCTITIOUt
automatic .rifle. ,, $77.77." Also, 11q I .iawvq dorad.d/ lecatda. NOTICI > tMTfMTioM HAMINotico .. TO L. Byrd officiating.: Music arrangement Team Standings Won Lost Supt. of Public InstructionMr.
\ .
eieetronio DOS; Trainer (or Arcadia tie.... County Florida.and I I. nor.** otvon' 9+. iIHnlx ( was by a quartet: Coca Cola 82 20 Hugh FlandersP.
oartttulartv dootribod taw !; _.... .,
shock', .ar ., .Perfect for la" I Stock Ciktirwt ur.d.4..d to QO..n OOJ.uneNms Mrs.' Frank Newton Mrs. Ode Smith X-Crt 43 29
). ,, M J m I ... .. ,
breaking a ''yovr' '"do. from ,bad I .ubdtvHIon. .... ...........tM 0.I ..-. __ of KtLIABlt n'* undor LQUIPMI.5|Ho, .' tillou. Youmarvt. Mrs.:Hary Eagertori MIddleton, Candy 41 J% 30'*" O. Box 366
N NaM..t 0.-- mo C ounty of OoSota and **> of and Jor,.. .
Harry Kenney accompanied Arcadia FloridaBy
"toKllAL babies Tlnal. Teed Store. 22 I NW4U Arcadia Music 35 37
for < )I.' Saran Jo. T_ Florida. and lr lonij. to raolMar, OHM) ,
South Orange Arcadia, WA 9- .>>... :17 lout* .Manao. 24 last tictifiou. norno .itn rt>o Clofh of moCircuit I by the Rev. L. W. Alienca Radio 34Vfc 3TH
7 1964
Met, 1i/111!ti.i11 t11wIi.. FLR1i. YOU Alt HlftCSV. SUMMONED Court of DoSoto County. florK Colbert. Friday, February ,
3201.. 18-tfo I DeSoto Nat. Dank 32 40
t DCIltD AND HIQUIHtO' to Ma. yawl I U. aunuant to ftto laquironnontt oft
own., ...' S.C...., 51$09 ,. ...; stot.w... Tt. I Pallbearers were Morrlll Chanel Ins.
a.w.r M Is th.C.n.pta 32 40
r New and 9 bedroom; |>I'III- : t.... 0045.0 ..O.wr. you _..... told ......_ mil.. tw moola Lamb Robert Sorrells. R. E. (Bids will be opened at regular school Board
eel oMT "".00. JAMUAJIT M1CIAU ebo.. of fepray rmicttin. 'll otocl>. The Whidden Co. 32 40
M M 9 mo o antttiad cauta In fhoaffica
I price ottered on .trad.-.tlu.r 1 12 ojcrooj aloca Ir* ooori ., trw Clor. af to sold C..*> ---..-.-. ha..ea and ..Ioa.... oauip* Kelly Edward Williams D. E. Sunbeam Bread 31 41 meeting at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, February 11.
.d Willis.. and dark Drown Jr. Interment
torrnod ,. rood I4.40O oult Caul m t.o- oto County, All, J. COIDMY The Arcadian 27 43
I ocro homaomatl /tarlda, in trio County Couft in Joshua. CreekC.eneery
1 .irma: ._- .SOO Hnu o In Arcadia, Florida. an or bo. w,........ W..5.OsoICong oo was Any or all bids may be rejected.)
'MO TATKWIOfttNO.' 9 I J 3 or r o : 1,500 ,*... and la MNVO copy trwroafan r"Xjtoa 44 f Son Funeral .. handling. arrangements. _. -
I sw blast" Hugh Oiiborl Jo.... .. 10 Wo..rdo the Ladles Monday Night -------- -- --- ----- --
$wr..Q. ..... wo.....,. I .t. .. ..INi a.soo Map..... _,, A"...... Pad-. "-w' Jonn'''-2)>3O. P.baw4lLle44 Bowling" League DeSoto .
3 ... .
A. ." Pw pt.lrl t. N yes Mal. h N.-1
P .ft. I.q _..... tional Bank won three
\ CMAIT NnWA o docr o ara ( WI" bontond CARL OF THANK SEVEN GOOD BUYS :
., JACr
)aA"KL.V-p FR 8.U14 .... ..._ you: and oaid tamo from Miss Gertrude's. For *
P ,
.......L TON al.y' .ill, _..d .0 aorta ,lo-imaw _.c. :May w* take this method ofthanking Bank lletta Cavas bowled .

............. Nana N T---- la IT yaul li la HCRIBY.final OftMMD d.r.roo east .Hi.. our neighbors, and high game of 154 and Mary, I IF' you like waU to trail carpeting Dullt-!n cabinets .

Ordor and ........ ...... ... wadded.. friends for tr.lr kind expression Anderson had high series of Built-in kitchen range Tiled. bath .
anco a .o-n for four .anaMuttvoook of sympathy In cur be- in A and .
Screened: patio nice Utility room many other
FOR < FOR aALK-fIt...... ".. ir la"tellaneoua In Tito Art........ _.klvru..parpub5s.d reYment. These expression' 441. For Miss -rtnld. .. Opal features here'i your opportunity See) us for this 2 bedroom -
Cl Vervno In 0. .. C.- Bishop bowled high cct
Items At SO game <
: have been deeply" appreciated. block home that's .lee than 2 years old and located:
I Dries or' phon WA 5- IN TOKEN WHCrOf. WlTNf, SSmy Mrs. Georc Taylor 170 and aeries of 423. cloe' te Shopping; Center and downtown are*. Priced,
28S1. *a 1-.0 official. and a* Clark. at Mid Moorman'. Feed' three ..O.soo. ;
roH won
\ HINT C....... C urt..P m. ..... .. flnmda.in and Family.
Ideal for one or two people. and far Daloa C-.... Florida. on 18-e points from Boring Auto. For YOUR family will have an the room tt needs when :

,. Gibson Street, WA *-''41 tie 'NOTICE \Mw.dnw>>: 4tn day. .f o.c.-..t. A.D. -- Moorman. Ins. Laldig bowled you let' us show 3 bediuom frame 'house; This, .

wA; i-7451. Z7{ -W 1 I. AVANT CARD OF THANK high came ut .159 and series of nice? property .la located near the school and ia priced, at
r CIM of to
Ooloto County. FtaridSy of neighbors and friends In our bowled high game of 1W and 56.200.HERE
'0" RENT UftfuP"'e4boua. hOTICt. I will f>. !*....? berMtpotulbla D. c.A4.PHA Ii4TIMINGER. recent sorrow will always rerruttn series' of 419. 1s a home that's completely furnished Including I :

Call WA,. -Utl. }1U ) for debts In- ....... with ua a precious memory an air conditioner. The price for' this 2 bedroom
Turner Realty four
r other than IO was tlroot won CttS .is. only $".500-
1 trvd'by anyone Arcadia. floridoAttmna Our sincere thanks and points frum Barnard. Bulck. l
"0. RINT'f'.......1..... myoeU.' Charles= Harry Lindsay, fo. riaottitfDoc. gratitude for all thos* comfort- For Turner Myr. Coughlen DUPLEX located very dose to downtown on Us. 17. ;

apartment. Coup I CIn1 -. 17 ...0. ,best. 3. Arcadia. Fla.I1. 24. I4JL J.,. a..I" J. Seal : Intf acts We wish to especially bowled high game of 2OS and You can rent, one side of this.. .. and lire tn the other Total I .:

\ South ar...... AY.o..e,,WA .. N.i'BOu0NT.. W 'nil' C'w OT e* Yttt COVMtt2f ;- thank the doc-tan. nurses series of 489. For Barnard' price ,Nut $11.60O! and easy terms arranced.
1 nL' 11.. -. Real. ao2TtIY' 'to '" and personnel fur the excellent RAY ,.. GREEN Buick r-Vly Christ. bowled BARGAIN BUV-This property can be used aa ease : :

t "io ....jmJr.C.0"; oar they gave her 'while else high game of lea and seriesof hemr or aa a duple Pireea for a nail quick sale. 9AVOOO. : :

I\ FOR ".N1'-8.....** mite*... .- b4fo A M SOLO and., ,sold- FlftHHtfV a&8rn1U. t .1).Ail C Clriottoa.1 nj> -. Fa tal.miry of Green EntersAs 448.Western. LOW price plus seat terms put IbM horn and 2 .

tUahed howa*. Modern con .'. Antiques. lx>cted on MA..... CLAIM. NMANOI. I. '' Auto won three acres of land within the reach of evryn Two bdiouui
AaAIST Gertrude
block etlsMl. ,........ ) .. sJU IIT.r. L. l.rp. Candidate points from Koch Drug. For bans and 2 of land. 97.9OO.OO total prtc
a-ete *.aea- UJL.41 .t Virginia Avnue In ... w .1 p.w .k.r.bv. _____ __ frame acres:

"Uct. John Parker Heeltoc; WA Punta Cords Florida. .Tilt. us y.-y- .. ...- CARD OF THANKSFor bowled high game of 154 and .VE'acne.. of land and a 2 bedroom frame horn at .

!-431 oc; WA ti14:7Iy 1 1.po 1.. 0 a *Ue 55., .4 5 wI P .5500.0 Its : the fine attention. .. and For Reelection Western Auto, Oily Cross a trern.donr4 resooable pric*. Th price Just reducodta -
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series f Barbara .
419. For
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,, R1XT..MIMyapartment. .J_ ;. ow .. O.fc m..tt.Coun. court. .taw...-,... of a* wad_ nurses. and the staff at AtcedleCtenxral State Comptroller Ray. J:. Green .f ISO Ifcflin and .serte bowled' of high 412.game available U you' desire them.' t :

Ooupte wU T." 17 $ ot *....... '.-. oittur ... while I recuperatlntnwn today eAnounceU his candidacy < FOR RANCltES GROVES ACREAGES' :
-... Ms tiw 1- .. .... s my auto accident' I thank for reelection.Green : Gulf Naval won four points : -
South Minttsa Avvmi WA Si ..... ...-.tn of tM rM*.a Too BUSINESS SITES HOMES
owes of aa** ...... or oLw..r aHoMI you. the 24th comptroller' from Arcadia Drug For Gulf

J L373.0.POR 0s.. ...I 04 ma mm.0soN.m and. owl a aM aoot.*ota affooown .*.. I XIr J. J. DuTlock of Florida also said that hissonlnUw. .. Naval. Mart. Johnoon bowled JOHN PARKER Realtor : ;.

.0 ow sto .* ....4a. "'": I U- JetoM A. *ladlg n.Jr high gam of 151 and MarieJ.hswxs ,
RENT--A11e'" .e111iI.w( ..ewo .. W w si.-, ...f. :.. I fMroaainent Tfcllahas re attorney and TVeJO Murphy, Mllt.lt. PARKER 1'1111.l.4as PATRICIA PAROKK .

trie are m ...... II. 81: T.Smith Me.-:- twg =-..w-...-.....wIt CARD, OF THANKSTo '. would again serve as belt bowkrJ. high aerie of 417Tmtrn I WA .ft49i WAcrn ;

Hardware. Company 24 aaN slaw -.. o LN those v/horpro their his.. state eamnaim rtairmaav standings. are a* fol- -
40.1 M w'ct In 'Ur.a' .. .. .
West Oak _",".. >tr-s/ T 1POPRM'RInAAr. sympathy so many -- -- ------ ----- '--'- -- --- -- --- - ---- -----

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; .. d.w.w. reign boeeavrnwpt,, I extend Tho TIME to BUY I

*..-LOST K r'-. G.: '---I.: )- Pow- .-.. lOll-- my' ,heartfelt thanks. it NOW I II! !

LOST -. .lea.. sipper tlletarcusnl .itMr ... MMAYPewCIsPa. tTyron' Pat / Call Today i
to MOAN ,T II.pl ,
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b.nl. .-_ 1 a. sow t* my, friends and) ro-tatlYo for Ctos b School and Te+a. j
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INCOMETAX i a.n1.M.. raw a. ......4 S. Na w .. -of4a 4 I their ... card latWS.miwd If y thy ytM will buy.
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RETURNS t o.e .---. .... .... tow .w...o.....o. ... Sow.. aV soM >j i I; ..-, !Ia the Arcadia o.n-.I... THADV r-SAI..Irl.: .... I II
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.IaAlIMMB P ..kVpasAkli ... Lo..s the doctors and tarmnmt for 3 Kleey I'laMolVVaPVai' ETaVVfeBVHi _
........ Na ...... ...-. .. = -JQP.. ? '* t: j f their fctlidnin to stew ;. a wAll d ...4g Ihoetio.eL i.i i:

.TAX arr.*t*. .: cwt. _-. Yb0.I Srt f& :.0-.ease-= I Itatvl. (Mrs.. Wallace) !Hop I Traders ....kctI... 0- : i

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WA *.MII.al. a ...... .... e. Ns. ..... ... ....... o..e-e. Jan' 11.. h..4' V.PrtcedUht! Arrcoi at 521-! lot' AND GET MORE IN 64 I :
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..... 1/45 A---. 1 1--Ease. assts .. ...... ... i iI lea A Lot of Quality Used Car, Too :

r 5AdyatiMM ...........M/r111.1..011w 11saak Yc.i if !_ ASK FOR ROY I .
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. ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida Thursday, January 16 1964 S-A:

-State Agriculture Industries r----- -- -------r b M .. a'..), -

.1 I: Said To Gain Under New Bill HALEY REPORTS .

For Quality Printing ': :
Washington (Special) terly reports for Florida Miss- By JAMES A. HALEY provide mental retardation research .
:Florida's farming: and cattle issippi Tennessee and Ken- Congressman 7th District facilities and build

materally! tucky. Funds are also included nortdaWASHINGTON. community mental! health centers. -
J to place Florida In the long- (Special)- .
"!the agriculture appropriations range crop and livestock estimates This .. my annual report to Authorized $50 million. more Phone WA 8-8501
:;bill recently signed into law program. ;you on the major legislation for direct: loans to non-profit
.by' President Johnson differed Also contained In the bill Is enacted during the session of corporations and cooperative!
i tat many respects from both $10 million in undistributedfunds The Congress which has Just to build housing for. the el-
a the Administration measures $5 million each for ended. As has been my custom derly. .
1 .and the one passed by the cost-of-production and utilization +Y in the past I am merely Granted deserted wives tax 1
House. research and Senator listing the Important legislation relief for child-care ..xpeo....... n
; k Senator Spessard Holland Holland pressed confidence which has been enacted VETERANS AND
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dpal architects of the benefi- equitable share In each of these stand of
own on any
* f 1'ft. dal changes effected by the funds for use in the laboratory these measures. 1.2 billion In higher Serving DeSoto County
basic and subsistencefor
t Senate. A ranking majority Winter Haven and elsewhere But I would again emphasise servicemen.pay More Thon 40 Years
t member of the Senate Com- in the state. lie also estimated that my position on all of these Increased
mitt.. on Agriculture and For- that the state will receive enactments of The Congress faa payments to par-
"FRED C. DICKINSON ents and children ot veterans
and the
; 'estry Appropriations substantial assistance in matter of public record -
. Committee. Holland handledthe its school lunch program either through recorded dead of service-connected disabilities .- - .- -q _________ __ __n___ _____
. .- bill through committee in through the d disbursement of Bud Dickinson votes or In. my public statements and to widows of vet-
. I bis capacity as chairman of the $12 million provided in the or both and that if erans dying of such<<: ailments.AGRICULTURE Start The New Year With Color

the. Appropriations Subcommittee bill for the national< school Plans To Tcll any of you do not know my Extended 1 ford-grams program e
for Agriculture. lunch
program. position and are' interested in
for IIUI.f.ti S crop years. PortableLr
.. Laterhe served as floormanager
where be
I stood. I will happyto
t In moving the amends Of CandidacySenator inform you If you will drop States Authorized Federal aid to W 3 MAJOR IMPROVEMENTS
basis to
s on matching Black andWhite
vd measure through the Sen- Miami me a fine. My vote is always
, ate; and as chairman of the Mayor Fred O. -Dud- DickInson cast in what I believe to be In finance more research facili

'Senate Conference Committee Enters Race generally regarded asa your best interest and I am ties.Extended !
; for two exemption -
Florida candidate for Coverer -
tithe legislator played leading always happy to tell any of you
a major role in the develop- For GovernorSince will make his formal how and why I voted as your of peanutstorboilingfrom '
:anent of a satisfactory: compromise announcement! today at 3:00: representative. You are entit' marketing quotas. I 4
., bill through a series the last session of the p.m. in Tallahassee before his led to know. INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS .
of meetings with the House Florida Legislature I have county and regional managers. Now here Is the list ot legislation Ratified ((1W SENATE ACTION p'
conferees. been hoping for the The Inn will host the ) the partial nuclear test-
emergence enacted this year: ban YOUfc SEST COLOR TV BUY i
s At the personal request of of a candidate for the govern- event. NATIONAL DEFENSE treaty. L..
the President. Holland shepherded ship of this great state who Dickinson will then meet Extended the draft law for Authorized $20 million for
I the conference bill I would face the real issues confronting with his West Florida Precinct four further operations of the Arms
to final Senate the of in Pensacola's San years. Control and Disarmament Agency -
I through passage people Florida. Captain Authorized $15.3 billion to .
: following an all-night debate Thus far I have seen none. Carlos Hotel at 8:00: p.m. to- buy planes, missies and warships : GRCATCMOCPCNOABIIITYI :
in the closing moments of The free- wheeling free- night. Tomorrow. he will con- In the year ending June Extended Export lmpaulHank
the first session of the Bath spending 1963 Legislature fer with Precinct Captains In 30. for live years and Increased 59
Congress.The heaped an. additional $I7O million Jacksonville. Orlando Tampa. Authorized $1.8 billion for its lending authority 1)I11tAI. ;0
following provisions of in taxes on the already Miami and West Palm Beach military construction and from $7 billion to $9 billion. 1
t' the bill as finally enacted represent back-breaking financial bur- winding up the tour Saurday housing. Authorized final payments of The CORONET 13ICO S.iU. u{
either the addition in den being borne by the morning with a breakfast $43 million to Philippines war-
Authorized $5.3 billion for *
flair 23 PoitobU. TV Nnll 100M""" GOLD
the Senate of unbudgeted items and wage earner of meeting in Ft. Lauderdale. the civilian space program. burring ,.'CI3ION WM.DN
or do Jar increases above theHouse this state. At an announcement plan- Appropriated $n.2 billion payment of tees from this 1r-.." ... lee Ih M s1...r.... CHAWS .

version of the bill: That was the principal thing ning session in his West Palm for all military activities, and money to any former memUrror 1\1. Bcr..n portable TV with Smkroineh..ef
Olustee Naval Stores Laboratory the Legislature DID do. Beach home last night Dickinson employee of the War ClaimsComntlsslnn. var. 24 xi. sew
$5.1 billion for the civilian 23.OOO.vnlt tran.form* >por .prn.d te '"_ t .g"A
$250.0OO (for research); What it DID NOT do was stated "Florida in 1M4 space program1. red, |WM'i 1.ion crafted. ) chassis. inn wiring by + e"
$75.000 for citrus cold-hardi properly- meet the problem of and the years ahead faces a NATIONAL ECONOMY Authorized 13 B billion for "$up.r Hpan" turret tuner l ctro d pottboo. ,1 ?
ness research: $25OOO for reapportionment and con eel: world of severe competition.Our Authorized binding arbitra- foreign'" aid but appropriatedonly with |>mwt toe tuning<< insure.belghlerpietur..8'ovai.pe .
mechanical citrus harvesting a situation In which a mull economy and growth depend tion on two Issues In the railway $3 billion for the pro l LN
: research; $23.0OO for citrus minority of the people of Florida upon our ability to sure labor dispute. gram. antenna 19 l\. h..*M* w.. l314: MORI NATURAL
quality research; $25,000 for elect a majority of the pass hat competition.' Foreign Extended Korean war corporation d. T3toa lll.ck.. Tllt'IIruwn. COLOR
: quality research for field pack state lawmakers.I countries are fighting fur Income taxes and excise RADIATOR 'I .TII.. -uig| .onmetal. A't.2\.
ed lettuce; J10O.OOO for sugarcane intend to right a system our tourist<< dollar other taxes on liquor cigarettes, Starting ot
Available with Admiral Full -.1.-
varietal decline research; In which one county has a legislator states are moving at full speed. automobiles' and parts, telephones '
Function Nona WlreleM Ms
100.000 for research into better for every 1,500 people Our drive to attract new Industry and airline tickets. CLEANINGand a WITH HtW AOMMAIliter 449 9S
mote Control Til 11 Keyless
}: methods of cutting and while another county has only la met by determined Withdrew silver. backing of IfOftiCCCMOW .
loading: recumbent sugar cane; one lawmaker for every 7O- campaigns f Increased by $8OOOO (to a total 000 people.<< Our drive for an education way for Issuance of m new $1 Tam IV Set CsJetery Oft The MCIOOM M tfsl T10OO
')of approximately $3.5 million This is not a question of system of highest standards is
( emi tuner...t.. .. t
see r.np pr *
funds for North Florida South In. its Infancy. To be good today bill.Reduced REPAIRINGGUARANTEED I .a>i (ill l
t ) conducting hog against for 1983 the temporary fin. tunms roc v *M .o or yae cPus"'1
cholera eradication program; Florida and I do not intend) to is not enough and will 'Increase In. Unemployment i Asr m to 3 V..... Isvsft. Wee M increased to cater to that hackneyed: ld_. result In mediocrity tomorrow.If control. Crt rt..l ..na." so -'M.
J by $5OO.OOO ( a compensation tax rates. Starting at ......wt .."a.
< (t9'< a total of approximately The destiny of fast-growing we want the kind of Florida GOVERNMENT I : WITH HtW A0MM44
M] $3.4 million) funds for conducting Pensacola and its rights; to a I believe can be ours In REORGANIZATION COIf'ItAJr'Ml.M/NLq/.
fire-ant eradication proportionate voice In state the future, we must do everything Extended: the life of the Civil WORK ': *239.95 CON'O&
j|program although both foregoing government Is the same. that better."Excellence. Rights Commission for 0 n* I 'a. Y rv xoff M.
It eradication programs are of Fort Laudrrdale. must be our goal! year. .....*1S1.11I7 COLOR TV HAS PA6

B nationwide, Florida will obH The malapportionment of We must arouse within our Set up (In the House) a Pick Up ond Delivery WITH QUALIFIED TRADE ?"eats last M fN eelM TOR Uftf TONMMrf
tain proportionate shares of Duval County'. representation State the determination to excel special committee Investigate h ealtsace. ,
Senate increases); restored $%.- Is Just as wrong a* that In Dade In. all that we do. We must operations of the government's MEYERRADJATOR .y l l iw
730.0OO for federal share of County. excel in order to attract the IH.S. million per year
cooperative screwworm erad- When Leon County In. North quality Investment we dislre research program. SERVICE
Ication program In the southwest Florida receives :31 cents for for our State. We must attract HEALTH AND WELFARE Donaldson Radio and T V

; increased by $301.000 every dollar It pays In gasoline people In the future who will Authorized three-year $175 PHONE WA9.1341!
I the 1963 budgeted funds for tax while a South Florida come to Florida, because to million program of matching I 11 Cot Oak Street In the T.l.phon Building
| plant quarantine and Inspection county receives $207 fur each reside here will mean living grants to expand teaching ana 1 Sleek. Nano .f Day. er NIU ..rvU. Or Any. Make. T.V. Seabed. 0v. 40 Ware g.p.rl., ... I
at Ports of Entry: retained dollar the injustice is the same in a state that does not settle for research facilities/ of medical, Oak Rlrfs' C.m.l.ry these Dick sr a.... at WA t"iltt .r WA ..U.' ,

ol conservation payments -because the collection of that mediocrity but strives for excellence dental. and rUtd-typ. e colleges I- -'" --. -- . .. -- -- -
B;I at *25O million despite bud- tax and Its distribution Is tied In government, business plus. f 3O.7 million In student
1 get' proposals to reduce the to a law passed 38 year ago and living standards. loans.
appropriation by $100 million; and based on the population of "Hut excellence. ) can only be Authorised three-year $1.1.
Increased agricultural: exten- the counties at that time. achieved by and for a united blllmn pio rams of loans and
slon service funds by $2.703.- I intend to speak out againsta Florida one Sunshine State! grants to higher education. I :11 D a >
1 flOCr; Increased experiment staJtfon situation In which the consumers Nut North Florida not West Expanded vocational education :
funds by I.23QOOO (the of Florida pay CO Florida Central Florida program, extended National
Senate. Increases are earmarked per cent of all state taxes. Lower Cast and West Coasts, Defense Education Act
." principally for salary raises Why should this unfair burden etc.. but "All Florida. and continued aid to Impacted
fcto adjust wage scales in relaLtionahlp be piled ever higher on the -I have adopted a 2-word school districts.
to other federal em- wage earners while certain favored slogan for my campaign, because Authorised' Five-year. $3H p
.,ph>yees); increased by $23 Interests who extract our It sums up my. opinionof million program of Increasedaid
million funds for rural' hous- natural resources go scot-fr t"moat Important Ideologywe to states toe maternal and
sing loans under admlnistra- and continue to free load year must Implant In the mindsof chlld.h.aUh.i. --.
AdministrationThe. alter year-without ever payIng our citizens tHe length and AalnorUMf tJV_- .r. $23
their fair share of the .tax breadth ef Florida. million program to help State
2: Senate also retained In burden! "The Dickinson campaign Is ,
W conference one-half of Its pro In this campaign, I will offer "On Sunshine Slate -- --- --

posed $129.000 Increase for In- fresh Ideas for the ......taU&aUon "No longer can we afford tr excellence."Today .
stitutlng monthly catU_ of our nultl-mlUon-dollar) allow regional. Jealousies U ., I will make a formal '

feed reports In Nebraska and tourist. industry through the dominate? our political conduct announcement ef my candidacy ,... .... ..."., ...,. ''SialsaiN
11 I . the attraction: of new visitors against another In a callous Campaign County Managers ,...." rtoe.t 4 <
to the Sunshine State. bid for votes and power and our eleven Regional" Managers.
: 'Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Tate For the past si* year*. I ''Because only. a unified My. message will direct
I : arrived Monday from 0_.- have served. as the mayor of Florida can compete In Uu Ms*!' to such of my personal
land. Ohio and are located for Miami and have headed a government arena of world-wide competition. qualities. a* I believe will make
.* the winter months In the Morrow which buldgvied more Only one united Sunshine It possible lor red to adequately A41.... .. ,....,....

: cottage on East Magnolia than $18O million during that Slate can sure*...fully erve our. State In this vital. hue oefrel. 1M....
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6TIlE: ARCADIAN, Arcadia Florida, Thursday,, January 1C, 1964

.., .. Annual LccChampion --, The New and the Old '
where he had been held on a : '
Fair '" Cr I I ..CI
of :t" ;
charge fondling. Deputies
found aproxlmately 100 roundsof [THESE WOMEN By A1nalCl I I.t I[ .") o>: xcs

( from pace 1-A) ammunition in Creer's poc- Rodeo SetW. We stand upon the shores of time C

heavy welch steer was selected kets. With countenance downcast r r
as the boa fitted animal. B. F. Wells said the Parker E.: (Bill) Woodruff presIdent -'" And take one last regretful look "'

The Henry Lanier cup for Brothers Organization was of the Lee County Sher Across the year that's" past .
the best animal born and bred very grateful to the Sheriff's iff's posse sponsoring body of We look upon its blotted page
in DeSoto County went to Don- Department for the fine way the Southwest Florida Rodeo And with a throb of pains '
ald Guynn for his steer. they handled the situation and has announced the date of We know another year of ace A Rifle Bullet rockctliJ
Among those attending the the speed at which they responded Jan. IS and 19 for the Fourth Has come and gone-in vain a down a barrel at 3,000 fcj

opening of the DeSoto Fair was to his calL Deputies I Annual Championship event. per second can be trackel,
Joe Drown, former Arcadianand from Hardee county were call The Rodeo will start at ::00 torn by I inch, by a new nude.
now Executive Assistantto ed In to help Hoi ton and other { p.m. each day at Terry' Park For yet we have not done our best ., radiation test system divcloiled
Commissioner of Agriculture departments were alerted. Arena In Fort Myers Florida. To build a world of peace ,:#*'... at the University of Mid!

Doyle Conner. Highland's county Sheriff's Department There will also be a parade, The hates that throb within our breasts ';trfft.1 litan. Several sources of gan|
lIe presented a $250 check, was standing readyto from downtown Fort Myers to Have not as yet quite ceased <.**tffi i' 'Or ina radiation are placed air
on behalf of Commissioner come In and the Charlotte Terry Park starting at 11:00a.m The border-lines still stretch across >t<>.\; the barrel with detectors trays

Conner and the Florida Department County Sheriff had set up a on Saturday Jan., 18. Mr. The countries of our heart f passing through' Intorruij
of Agriculture to be roadblock on route 31. Woodruff has named Harold And little pangs of jealousyStill tho opposite side to pick

used as prize money in the Dr. Clark Adair had some McLeod of Gulf Coast Farms hold our souls apart lion in each gamma beam cuu J
Youth Livestock Show. The comments to make regarding and Roland Skipper of Mat- ed by the speeding bullet ai|

presentation was made to Mike the hospital and this Incident. lacha Plantation as co chair recorded at the precise momcM.
But It is dead-we cannot call f fA
Pooser, president of the DeSoto "Tho hospital does not endanger man. they occur.: : (The bullet tak back
minute of it
Fair Association. the people living in the } Events will Include Bareback | approximately 2 8 millionths I
Drown explained that the area** he said. MIt Is true that bronc riding. Saddle And like to other years has fled a second to pass through oil

prize money Is contributed to thlpgs happen but it Is seldom Y bronc riding Calf roping Bull The Upon words its endless we've track.said-The deeds we've done beam.) The signals on an ofcillofcope

promote yoi/h; iictlviUes: In that anything of a serious nature riding and Bull docglng.: For Are RonThe dieS are cast are photographed i
agriculture: and agriculturalfairs. occurs. Minor things ore the gentler sex there will bea Polaroid film so that test re
bound to happen because of .,t cowgirl cloverleaf race each Not heaven itself the sages say suits on the rifle! are a\ailab, (

Each year the departmen puts the large number of people we day, with the winner of this Hath power on the past. in half a minute. The ilcvi

up half the money for these care for at Curlstrom. The majority ,)F.cc.r..ey. -- event crowned queen on Sun- lepers say the system: can te{
prizes. The local: lair associations of these people are perfectly i -- .e day. A calf scramble will bu Time marches: on-We look ahead \ objects traveling as fast

match these funds, to harmless. Steps are taken "I 1 just can't picture you on jury duty Milton caged by the ;youngsters at Upon the year that waits 30,000 feet per second!

provide premiums for 411 to assure security: and consequently without me there to make your mind up.for )'oul.' each show. Already condemnation rests The Wooden Leg I. a victi
Club and FFA members showing we have one of the The Lee County Possette On him who hesitates. of progress. Artificial: :: limbs I
livestock In competiion. lowest number of run-aways drill team will exhibit their We dare not let our hearts be boundv plastic arc 3O per cent light,
Scheduled Wednesday night of any hospital In the nation." dazzling perclssion!' perform Ily failure of the pant than wood, cost less, and eni

was 'the 4-li and FHA girls Greer is being held In the State Population To Go ance each day. All 'of which We must press on toward the coal '{. chronic problems of splitlinl e
dress revue plus entertain- County jail under $3,000 ball promises to make a bigger! and Determined and steadfast. and weathering. The VeterurJ
ment on the midway on s charge of breaking and better Rodeo In 84. Administration has done con

Today Is Negro children's entering pending psychiatric Registration!' books will be iderable work with the ntl

day with gates opening at 2 Investigation as to his mental open from Jan., 2 thru Jan., 14 We've made mistakes we must confess lightweight limbs . TlJ "
p.m., a parade at 2:30. baby condition to ascertain his degree Over 7 Million By 70 at 8:00: p.m. Registrars arc: Tho page is blotted deep Grapefruit is being studied .
show at 3:13: and children's of responsibility Gunny Shemwell and Duck Our skins are living skeletons the University of OklahonJ

recreational hour at 4 p.m. Huber Entries may. be sent to That haunt us in our sleep. Research Institute under fe{
Friday is G Pierce Wood GAINESVILLE (Special) Drevard County has now over- P. O. Box :3173 N. Ft. Myers. Yet In those days that lie ahead vral l grant, to determine!' if
Hospital Day' and. as usual, Florida will have a populationof taken 10th place Volusia County Fla. Phone entries may be We may in part redeem can be made less bitter
the hospital will have an excellent Road Dispute ; seven to seven and a hulf Brevard's neighbors made to EDlson 42343. Lost hopes, and brine them from the dead flaw In this jtrltious foo|
million 1970 If the Seminole the west and Indian dream.
exhibit In the main persons by on To make allve--God'a which is probably the cau.
exhibit state continues to grow as It River on the south tlf decreasing S.
building. A baby show consump
(Continued from page I-A) has since the 11MJO have higher rates of gala In Robert 1. Byrd
for white children will be staged census says ton.! Bitterness is particular)!
at 4:00.Baurday: roods ho had seen the men University of Florida drive over. professor Dr. John N. than any of the 10 largest
prizes and trophies Pipelines, not usually grouped I
The who had appeared
will be awarded at 7:30: pjn before men the. Hoard before also Webb In study provisional counties the last us they census.On wcro. rankedby in the public mind witf
a on The
The fair will close at And That trains transport
midnight. This trucks or as a
Carnival attractions will be sought help with. a drainage estimates of the population of the west coast Charlotte + + tation method actually carr
problem In their area, and Florida counties Just publishedby County has the highest rate
featured each all U. Inter]
night on the Incidentally I noted recent- one-fifth of S.
Garner explained that the road the University's E-jrcau of of gain In the slate; Lee and
midway crews were on their way' to Economic and Dullness Research Collier counties have "impres ly a report that more youngsters (Continued from page 1-A) SON is synonymous with success city t traffic, reports C 1DUJ'chler \
I'crmanent buildings are also from' urban enrolled of Tube Turns, Louis]
the but had several were in business and in in vet-
area tells
pre- Dr. Webb reports that sive gains" and Sarasota Coon washer. Coleman Brewer .
crammed: with neat displays In 4-H work in
state than
of vious committments ahead of Florida's population Increased ty is growing as fast In percentage our u. he will be announcing com- vllle.
homemaking. community and the group. He explained that 13.9 per cent during the past as Dade County the numbers living on farmsor plete plans for the affair; In the ing.Mr.\. Dabson's accomplishments ---
: exhibits fine arts those who rural
flowers each commissioner was allowed thrre years. as compared with This four-county strip were non- next week or so. are based on a thorough
wildlife and farm
the rudiu an on- so much road work In each u {1.3: per cent increase' fur the Sura-mtu, Charlotte, Lee oral -- knowledge of history a seriousness SEE OR CAUL-
booth.scene broadcasting district and they were trying to United States as a whole during Collier may become: the The '4-lf enrollment!' figures< John Tanner. Don Day and of purpose. and an JOE LEFEBVREAT
be fair about the matter on ',the same period. west coast counterpart of the for 194/2: urban 13.67O; rural Bill Day have on display at awareness of today's eventsin
Top winner In '
exhibits the competitive a countywide basis.Commissioner Florida continues tn grow lower east coast sequence of non-farm, 13.016; farm 13315. Joe's Purr Service!' nine rather the light of the future. Thus
was Mrs. DeatrlcoTownncnd. Woods. ofNocsteo much more rapidly than the St. Lucie Murtln, Palm Death You can see that 4-H. which large trophies they have won. he is always ahead of the
Mrs. Kunners-up included stated that since De nation OS a whole because of Urowsrd and Dade, Dr, Webb operates under Agricultural The boys won the trophies at times. ELECTRIC
Carl Morrow, Mrs. Soto County had the lowest continued: change of residenceto suggests.A Extension has been successful Buckingham Drag Crtlp In Ft. Each Thursday the Arcadian
EdwIn Reed.'Hayman Parker. and Mrs. Arthur tax rate of any county' in the Florida by cltliens. from other significant change Is taking in its appeal to youth beyond Myers and at the Tampa Drag- will publish BA SON"S SERVICE

ares, and limited funds for states Dr. Webb ssys. place In the Florid panhandle the confines of the farm en way. They are really enthused entic release. Lofor: r
I road-building, the men should Among the changes: in recent the northwesternpart vironment. about sports drag-racing: and Auth-I
1 Section D.
have: the patience to wait their years Is the Indication that of the state Dr. Webb Such a trend ipeaks well for have been up against some page COMPANYOn

Named turn.I. some of the smaller countiesare reports. Generally the counties success of Extension's expanded pretty tough competition on Be sure to read this '.
like DeSoto County becoming the "growth which: actually lost population program giving new emphasis the tracks. Congratulations. each week and be ready to I ANYTHING Electrical
It'. my home and If I didn't counties' of this decade outstripping cXirtng: the lust decade have to the policy of 'service.tosjl -- cruise with the good!: weather I 24 W. Magnolia WA S.*2.1

SupervisorContinued llko it .'11 let out of It," he, In rates, If not yet reversed this trend and oio the people." Tho name ROGER W. DAD- and ride out the storms! !,
ata ted. Amonj| these -- __
In numbers the growth toun- growing again ------- --- (
r Schenel auld ho 'had heard tics of the lust decade Dr. countlconly one- Liberty' .

( from page I-A) that seventeen men own De- Webb |K lnU out continues: in the low n>l- -.-. Ancfrin Formula
was a Baptist preacher who Solo County and Garner told The. lu largest counties In umn. Mini Wukulla remains Walgreen Special

was tho first moderator: and an him ho had better check with the suits at the tune of th. unchunittxl in also.

organizer of the Peace River the County Clerk' office for last eeni'ts' contained 7O.3 per Growing counties In this Cough Syrup Cough Syrup
Baptist Association at tho New the number of landowners listed SNIFFLE
cent of the total population of urea. are Calhoun CJllchrist,
Zion Church near Ona. Melvin also accused: Garr.erof Jefferson III For Children
the state, and accounted for Hamilton Holmts.
Mr, Hayman attended schools a conflict of 'Interests' as a 757: per cent In Bunker, Owen. Nocttco and County Commissioner and asa total gains between 1S3O and wanne-... Union and Washington. 2 1

finished at the Arcadia: Business landowner lie promised that 1080. his figures showed _ For 2 for 79c
College Ho has been connected Garner would have "some opposition' -
Although these 10 counties Although the growth has
with the custom's: office at the next election.!
(Dade. Duval lllllsborough. been slow in these counties Dr
In Key West, the U.S. Marshat's In lithe actions the Hoard
I'lnelUs. Urowsrd. Orange< Webb believes that steady but
office and was fur three accepted: : a bid from American
Palm Beach, Polk Escamblaand not spectacular gains b:
Oil for
years with the Sheriffs Do.partmont Company furnishing .
In lllllsborough rosd-bulklina asphalt and also VoluslM) had In total the expected in the future.According ,_. __/ Ancfrin 24 Tablets Per Boa
took under consideration same proportion of the state's to Dr. Webb the. COLDS SINUS
County. Before he was forcedto
population In mid-IBM as In concentration of phenomenal Anefrin DecongestantCONGESTION 8 9
rotlro because of III health setting up an Indigent obstre-
ha. was connected with the tlc clinic at Arcadia General April. 1900. they lire not making population gains lit a few areas
Hrtme Furniture Company In Hospital on a Welfare-County as large a contribution to of Florida .Is being replaced, In HAY FEVER
Tampa. Hospital three-way basis sol state gains In this decade as large part, by a general diffusion Throat Tablets 2 Boats Only

Ho was married" In 1930 to that there can b* a chock to I I(Iin the l last, Dr, Webb said of gains thn ighout the

to the former Norms Bclcho of sort out needy' cases from thooo I,I According to his Ilaurn.I stste.
I --.-c. _________ ..:. -
Alabama. They have no children who decline to pay. The
Mr. Hayman moved back up now under .d Mt-I
to Arcadia in 1957.Ho will be discussed at a NOW c
Is a member of the First mooting.& for IJDjfj

Dsptiat Church. Is a Mason Commissioners directed their I LAST.!I III'I I

and for a long time was an secretary-auditor, Mstrytt Ty-I ROBE"
officer In the Odd Fellows. Ills ree. to send] a telegram to I DAY !
hobby' has always been singing Governor Bryant requesting

and he has directed choirs In that Ute appointment of a Supervisor 4.'I ..-.:'.... ', -, -- --- .-, ...
' -- -
the Uaptlit churches of Key of Registration ho II Save $1.49 High
west Arcadia. Winter Haven facilitated at the earliest po.
and although he does not class stole moment In order that the ''I! FREE PASS

himself as a professional' & ho office vacant since Tom Pate Aytmal Jr.,, Chewable PotencyMultiVitamins

studied under Dr. L> II. Heady death be opened to the public I Clip This Coupon and Save 100 MYADEC
a former assistant minister ., for registration. The Kxocutlre -
Good for Ono Frcc Admission When I
the "ra\.o."tltt Church. Ar Democratic Committee I Vitamin "."", ..Ia wttte Minerals
cadia. whkh met Jan. 3rd and mad. I I Accompanied by One Free Regslar Price By PARK DAVIS

Mr. Hayman.. will receive his their recommendation. on Jan., tl Admission of 60c >".9. $349Ay
commission from of 4th., are responsible for rtcommendiait '-
I This Good I .tl.. .. .
State Tom Adams later this appointee's for Coupon Any 2 o o of 10O. $440

week and hopes to bo In his Ute Oorrroor. I II WEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY ONLY | i

office soon.! Ho states he hopes A recent court ruling In In* I' Expires February 13th
to servo his many friends of case of DoSola County versus I
DcSuto County and Arcadia Harvey Keen over the dUput- DESOTO THEATRE -

far the best Interest of aiL eel lines st Horse Creek bridge I __._- -
was brought up again for dlscusioa. II I Decorator Styled

: Tho Court ruled '
favor .* DeSoto County and STARTS FRIDAY 4 Days final Lemon Flavored Chewable Vitamin Dispenser r' I

Runaway Caufht Keene has not as yet removed Special Morning Marine* Saturday
the fences on the disputed] Pf'O-I I
party Open 9:45 A.M. for adults 2 Bottles ", :
(Continued frum page I-A) "'" $399 I
on a rood grader had been the In Commissioners the beginning of sought th* suit a MEttl1ullMglI! Mu&ct fIJN HAS A f/ELD DAY% Regular $5.58 value 100 Tablets

flattened by a shot. Several. OLAVITE-M
"foot right- of way whichwas
bullet holes were In the door
turned down. They agreed
of the trailer and one bullet
to gain mko the offer for the THERAPEUTIC
had pierced.I the rofricrtrstor.Shcrtf .
"foot riaht-c.looway. which includes ilIC1YL1.> Aytinal'
hello speculated that .
S3 foot tech sido of
tho door had slammed when vayae..te. Vitamins and Minerals' /
the bridge from the renter' line .
Vitamins & Minerals
the youth went outside and he .
and the otter Is to be answertd SATISFACTION
hot ttto lock. A cow was found with a property executed I Ift'Me'rlORo ? ...:a. t "31' ,., $10.84
a short dtstanco' from tho Diet ,AWsffor Your Family GUARANTEED
deed within a ton-day period. Value
trailer with a wt jnd In Its and the reoMMral. of the lone by C, K y eee eeee r. bask ,- $695

at.luarh.Holtar1. Jait, nth and tUIWy' Lewis' $6.27 $98 0. OlAFSCNVITAMINS ONLY

stated that Greet attorney for the Hoard, wasInstructod verratt..wrr.no.aoaroa value -m
had been''son* to the Okeorho* .. make tnc offer, + w..aasus..e.a,., **
bee School for boys from. Lakeland ..,.rna.. ..... NOW
or a tfeariro( of assault.
with Intent to";sill, from there STARTS TUESDAYS
ho was sent .'.' Florida Indus I
Vial School'' Marianna,. sod Geriatric Formula Tablets

4ir his term woo sent to Carl- .N

l ,. t1I1I n 4&craLs5 For Folks Nearing or Over 40 '
Talktne to reporters rrUUyTVjl I

GRUJl"tcd that himtether M DM HUM raocuClM Mint If UtfM' [ .$9.08 now $579 t PMOftC NOi WA 81.91R'CAOIA.,, M.
had. just ben rrleoMdfrom -
i lire Bart w stuckodo the t i tr.aD:4: \' lt IlT Value

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4n.. Inside Look Into Fabuluous Golden West t.':'.' c == Incredible Situation ;

f' rt'ti By ROBERT MORRIS for the Security Council the

Jt. -J.-87"Le D. BCRCIN' Creek theatre and well wateredparks That modern prenomenon of Stayk.- The same place also L There has been a continuingeffort t).-.arinumi nt Commission and
Dan- on the part of world the Peace Observation Corrv
..drtiaedFresh Frozen
and The folk- the motel abounds
museums. America ,.
Denver! Is a city which quets. Reedy to Take Home leaders to strengthen the Un- mission. It participates wlttjthe
grows vp out of the prairies lore of this legendary area of with its room television With You." I also rememberthe led Nations In Its capacity asa Military. Staff. Committee
at"tne. foothill of the Rocky what was once a new frontier showers supplies of postcards polite ladies in the Drown "peacekeeping" organization.In Secretariat In Application
Mountain It has a character of the U.S. mingles with the and notepaper unlimited cubesof Palace Hotel talking in hushed its desire to further this of military enforcement mea
all Its Qven. It still has some State Legislature.: The tree lined toilet soap. As you return : tones about a dying friend. .effort State Department personnel sum and many. other vital as-
br the- atmosphere of the old avenues of the suburbs still each day a new band has been Like many 'American, they are capitalizing. upon signments. One con readily see
West. Many of the restaurants retain a genuine touch of those. stuck across the lavotary seat couldn't talk directly about the runC'ision that surrounds how Important this Is.
have long' bars' which we associate pioneers who made their fortune which tells you that this seat death so they spokeabout.: the function ot the various The Undersecretary over
here with the days of the out of lha gold and silver has now been supersanitisedand -Sophie's; terminal Ulnes*," It Undcniecretariats and the roles this important Department has t
early movies. they mined trom the red: presumably you dont even sounded almost as It'Union of th> personnel"! acting within always! been n dedicated: Comnuintntr -
As rt Happens Denver has a earth which gives Colorado its stand .a chance of contamination Pacific Railway Depotwas.. in the' worM Ixxljr. A few ptrirwnt The post has, be-m held
pretty good cUmate and in the Spanish name. Trees are a big .. bad fettle; which anywax?* a.,-. M summertime it seldom suffers feature of Dvnvcr. Every one The inevitable and essential pens' to. be true bee ".r*>-' thAiiivricou < I ><.1 I H.>"'.. .'f l tlit "fti-x, 'n K, 7mihonk-! T I..,">',"shI1 "-\'.
front the heat of other parts of of them lovingly planted and ..ir-cwmliliuiunz<< hums Uuough- : railroad ace fttff'rr.ing i to ''n <"! "n.1.a.' nut t n IK 5th., ( : A 1)l "I. b.vn'''' (if
the; U.S. 'and therefore many cared for. Sixty miles south of out the night. You must get a slump. i t..I.,1.i bt'hil.t, t I' Hi ...t.t.i A. kJ""I.' .I K:!; l'" .-it C All. {&
placed have no air conditioning. Denver at Colorado: Springs is used to it in summertime otherwise In Denver I was very kindly' r tile one.: lot a'vllticsei duct it aV, tuu.it KUIHII"i t.:.(".,iif "th"
Unfortunately in the unwonted that extraordinary formation you would possibly expirein received. by Houston War tog,.. Security Council ltai..... "Ac- Yugoslav Protltch. The present
torrid summer of 1963 the of pink-red rocks and cliffs a lather of sweat. It frequently and his charming wife ,Irvne conllnit<< to the UN Handbook. occupant of the post .Is Vladl-
temperatures ranged up to 95 which takes on astonishing occurred: to me that it who drove me to that f bxU A s.j. lia + that Umlcrnrcictary l Is one of mfr Suslov' who at the time
tend In one particular day 08 beauty in the late evening and it is strange in this country. outpost of Buffalo Bill Cody the Rinlor mlvlscrs to U Thant.Morrover. of his appointment was Foreign
degrees.Kot is known as the Garden of where the people refuse to tolerate and brought> me to the ;'top* this Department Minister Andrei Gromi
the Gods. It nestles under the second class standards cutttalns the General. Political yku's assistant. ,
even the heat could dull of the majestic peak\cajled
the Interest In the fascinating I4.OOO foot mountain Pike's that the air conditioning should Evan's Mountain. ,. "- \, w Division! and, thn DisMrnvuneittAffair This Is a different post from
Museum ' We covered the civilization of I detected some of the brashness doubt; this will soon be remed- .' .U "ALO. SILL x eludes 'the Atomic Energy: Section Itary Staff Committee. Thereare (
the''Indians the days of the of the old country in the ied. As Mrs. Waring and I sat lq and the Conventional' five members of the Mat
wagon .trains and the breakthrough beautiful cut stone Methodist Sometimes I was Intriguedas the Drown Palace she herself' Artnuments and Enforcement: tary Staff Committee and tne
of the railroad which Church that stands behind the I entered a city in the evening born In the old West recounted, 1 Mi.iaur Section.' Chairmanship rotates monthly i
was the final symbol of the Brown Palace Hotel and adver- << by the Inevitable suburbsof memories that go back lot This Department provide (Continued on page 5-B)
'White man's. domination; following tises itself in front in neon low buildings stretching for Buffalo Bill Cody and Ms wild
the old Sante F* and lights! mile after mile adverlisng west show the fabulous Mollle. bpportunity for Greatness
Hi* Oregon trails. Like theMuseum' Like every other Americancity places like Ala Eatery and the Drown of Leadville. Colorado.: ,
light signs which flash- Irene Waring herself carne up The Sonata hose n ninjriilnr opNrtunity| (to Mrlk
at Science and Technology Denver has; Its street mor- kept on -
the Denver history mu3eunv ticians with their white and ing over the restaurants. "Hur the hard way as a farmer's positive Mow for acceleration of the nation's economic jJ'elyel' jror ffloclafI
>is one of the sights of black external decor. At the ry back hurry back"; or thegreeting daughter. She knows her West fcrgwth rate. /
America; that and the naturalhistory top on a mock gothic board when you went into and she must be the best J., It cam achieve this very worthy objective thnmjrhA
museum where the -Uignified Funerals." And Duffy's: Irish Shamrock Res cicerone I have met in lifetime relatively simple nuxlificntkm of $tho iwndinst.. tax bill Cowl: Wt' would' bo Thy trtio servants in this world.
curator's (laughter M.... Murphy again the numerous religions tauraiit in Denver from whatwe of travels. She gave me the revamping: of tho propcwrtl rates for this t KKiyrs | UrlU4 to replace ufflitwns' by l beauty> and to use the
sold me soma) Indian sllwfwork. which: characterise' the US would call, the maitre d'ho- the real flavour of the old in the miiltile-lncomo bracket to give them more "hll tI4 Thou hast Kivtti: UM In our work each day. AmeriMINUTESJJP :
proliferate in the city and suburbs tel who would say "Hello West of the story facade of this and Denver of-, equitable' consideration in the distribution of tho re- ..
SOMBREROS the Tabernacles of God. there!" As you gave your order of many fJucUorw.
la he would confirm it with Colorado. We saw the great natural -
Denver's the
bars you can stillsee Meeting Places of the ,
This action is dictated! by two irrr-ftttuolo feast:
the -tough looking tight Brethren all intermingled with the current affirmative In red rock theatre at the
trousered countrymen with the rotating neon lights Cf the vogue in the States: "Right." foothills of the Rockies with'' 1. As the "forirotten man" in thu allocation: of TWO
Its perfect acoustic properties.We cuts the middle-Income taxpayers U certainly entitledto
Uiir broad brimmed sombreros. vast second-hand car sales Probably It provides a sense of .
Despite the overlay of markets. Restaurants which security and bolsters tho ego. saw the rare period opera fair 1 play wile SIDLE
modern* civilization Denver Is advertise Juicy steaks with America seems to have apredvlictlon festival town of Central City 2. It will be in tho lM'Mt IntrrrM. of the entlro er ee.vtnIS a. StAM Meg.slaps. .
certainlycity. with a difference neon sins; that jump and sizzle for trying to disjoint the mountain mining town near country Int'imsi* if the nii It ')has wide open streets and rotate in that occupational and destroy the English: Id+ho Springs around whichthe ) to keep inoro 01* his eurninu- he, will in\e t mini>" > .
'and, wide' open places. Itscitizens American disease of tryingto language I can remember over red earth is still Hole heapedup lies .and contribute vitally to A Rtt"I'IIf..IMUp economic gtviwtltrate
and the old Glory
with, foresight have attract customers by most one restaurant coming in from 'which will bring henef. to Mil A.n> f Icuiu.
built Jrt"Utec ntr. of the town flamboyant efforts and failing Colorado Springs where they scooped of Its precious ore. At a time when wo are plauuetl by a serious unit I 214 Going Down :
/hatrsUst' be one of the most to do so because so many persuaders obviously cook food to be taken (Continued on page i-D)
stubborn unemployment: problem' when We! must HO! afro"tho
beautiful *Civic centres inAjherica cannot really persuade.One home. Outside the neon I hcnnl tomvthlntr over tho radio n tow weeks
f with an open-air confounds the next. lights flashed: "Tele horn provide Jobs for tho over-Incrraain number of persons like of \vhlch I'vw never bvunl before and certainty
i .kMzj.{!';; ,,:. joining the workforce wo should bo directing every never vtttnt tit hear auain. I heard! the last wort%

: .t: ;. n.u effort toward opining up. new employment. opportunities. of tho pilot on No. 21 S.I 1, tho big jet that crashed to earth
"""' ur & with 81 people aboard. '\
-r And the most prolific Job-creator, arn the peoplein llccnuio of tho weather conditions the plane. were"stsckul"
fftvj !Gcu(orJSay : the middle-Income tax brnckrUu for they aro the rnther high around tho Philadelphia airport

I f : Chance-taktn tho \enturer who will unhesitatingly 10 the airport tower bad Ju naked him: MDo ;you wantto
: risk their Investment funda In Iniftlnes enterprise in ro on or do you \rnnt to hold?" The pilot had barely

The A D. A. An Antique Voice order' to prosper, and In MO doing a.stnirk. an expanding replied l that: he wanted Ire "hold.;. when he sad| somethIng -

Editor: The Arcadian: vibrant economy providing mote and better' job opportunities \ about hit Ii t/7( / being on firw. Then canto

t .1 On behalf of the Florida In. and higher: living standards-! f tho awful word MWo'ro irulntt down. Two fourteen

.r'py TItUnMAN SENSING been miss id to heap scorn upon water of Arizona a national dustrtal Commission and thej h 1 b going down In flames." Ho said it calmly, and th q
In a;' bitter year-end state- Congress. Even some veteran Spokesman. for conservatism.4jrari riortda' Industrial Safety Advisory *t I rhllwd.lphla. tower ntw rvtl' bock: "W" have your
merit' ; dt."U1fta-li r.1 Americans New Dealers..to Ct>r rt s'TfflTtf Air Torn 'reserve-of fleer CommltUo, 1.. weaUtM,'. mew y two fyurtcen." '
"' -
tor Democratic Action caught the wrath of the morextccme who frequently pilots jet fighter express oar thanks to you and "t.JOil 2INJ'.J :s"J'i'J 1 :Ju,. Just lmaiiin' hearinir.. the actual .last words of
group.chlU1led: that there is an ., centralUers of our : planes.To your' newspaper for the help the ,pilot while he and eighty others wero being' hurled'
cbTg' on Capitol Hill1 and time. For example behind the be factual one must given' us through the It-Safoty more than 6.OOO) fret to hflr loath amid the flaming
(that': a. "rcactlonary-conserva- "liberal" agitation to have point out that the shoe is on .3 campaign. -
tivf ,CosllUon runs Congress. House Speaker John McCormack the other foot The conaervaUves We believe that l -Saf tyJ parts of their stricken planet' '
4Tbls' statement caps an Intensive (O-Majs) removed from are men of the IMOs. contributed. most alfnlflcantly Independent Company Yet one "01.". not have to be 'In a plane to meet,
.campaign In 1043. on the line of presidential I t.Jccssion who are swats that economic: to the reduction of disabling death suddenly. He ran stumble off a curb and be
the port. of professional "liberal" is the desire to shift the thinkers of this era realise Injurlts) to our workersIn killed or die suddenly" 'In a hundred different way.
group ucccaion back to members of that planned. government-dir Florida. The current report- Babsoet Park, MSJUL, (Special drpcndenl I* not oy.rwt..lmt| The Important| thing .H. to be ready. We do not
to character- the l'residnt'a Cabinet who ected economics are nonproductive Ina period shows that Oiere' f- When you are looking and bU$ tt. II out by the giants wish to scans rwplo Into accepting I Christ a* Savl r. butIt
Ue the Con- ''fire not elected by economies. The ultralib..I. lt.OOO fewer reported inJuries for a share in .a guad business During thi birth of the sloe-! think about the
anyone. were Is a fact that w., ought to more un
.. firms
Ironies ''n" .
the ", many
daft bypass pna-
cress as bumbling The fury with which the are the men of the In 11-5.tf.t-1 than far venture slbllitle the "'Indepcn. now loaders\ In our ; .ti..n first" certainty" of life. I'rtiv.. 2:1: : say : "A wine man fwrs ett|
and in- ADA voiced its indignation against 1930s who hark back to. theslogans the comparable' period In IM2 among
the evil and hld.th l lilrnsclf but fools on and are.
dent" firms In my' years ofeuuna.hng. saw the .light. tit day .In a'wtNtaiya pass
v-,' e p t. "Liber Congress may' be regarded and catchwords that In spite of a a$,OOO increase "
I have. lime garage or in a makeshift punl,.h d.
..." hope to however as a tribute had their origin In Franklin In' Florida's work fcMPC*. many
I'' blacken Congress to those Congressmen who have Roosevelt's New Deal and In The International Asaocla- pointed ".JI that there its more laboraWry. !Iq somibiMly's No wonder Paul wrote<< In II Cur. 11:1.: 2: "Wo then.
and destroy fought the good fight for con- the radicalism engendered In host of Accident Hoards hidden opportunities for sound attic., a.. worker<< together' with Him I"'f&eot"'h I you also that ye
public sUtutkNval. government and the post-World. War 1 era. In and CommfcMkms adapted profit among 'Independentsthan MANY mrnovRMRrrra receive not the I itrnev. of (;std In vale ll"hold. now
confidence: In who have the lowest ADA the cotege. for Instance the the Florida program as an Is generally' rerwgnued.ma FROM fAI.f. C'() U.ANlrJl$ is the accepted time : l behold now I la the day of<..*alvotlon. -.

U so that the scores.It most articulate youths are the International safety project nustNiavi va.IN An n-ortnn, mmtli of i'"'- t ." *
'wbl demand a massire .Is Interesting moreover< campus conservatives who d_ for tlw- new yeses att.1 r.f entirw. 0..1'" Vf,?'NT.. ,h.. h ..w km'wn th,. ,JU.!..... W, 'ui n<'' .frT n..hi It''iMin vi ..t-rd'ty' fur yrss.rday'
ch ** political power to to note the ADA'S use of the btht In exposing the antique our SiaUr kUl'" p..J. Udi*. ti. in I twlwvr t )that. .the r,,''''* "t tr>. ,.....i't west 'be bras.. hit" not ...1.! Pint .. 11, wr.. |u.>,.U.,' tt f tr .",.......,.tW. fur thtl
UMtCntef. Executive, thereby word "reactionary.1* By this. follies of doctrinaire liberal the 1Safety.campaign :your country pnUs W <* dr.u. 14 141415.113'. ""d ag.afl todtyerrlenra. l'I.r1u"i's ru*.y Iw Mrtthilrawn' by then. The Umt w.
arming hint with near-dictator: word the ADA hopes to evoke under the .uManc. of ear advlaocy C"t.bI." l *at.nt on vnrnur* It" area fvwItetn died
l loves Christ
do b I to tell now r Cost l .
ran you
ism.As you
lei .. It Is clever In the pjblie minds the notion rommlttre cafnpnad o< aftneit of the ImtevrtMlrnta" Inall
pewee a gambit for tlie mailer of Con. which were .invrnt..l and for "Itellevo' tho U. rd' Jesus Christ. and thou
'that has been canNIly that Congress .Is. a bunch of tress being reactionary, this representative from management lines of endeavor toum Invectors first rtari.t.d by such ....- you. on
planed 'and worked out in hundreds foddering old men who are Is true In a sense but not .. labor. government. and buy only' "blue chip" Lh.hn.rnta'. l'rnetdlin. e*>l".r..l nhaJt be 1 saved" of brft-of-center news beck In the horse and buggyera. In the sen-' the ADA Intendsto Insurance. This program will stock, or perhaps Just .HM.* uwalkn picture*, ....1'.. lt httnilba.
stories, editorials, speeches and This notion wont stand up convey. A large part of Con. be kicked off at the Third Annual In the Jow...,_* .lixluvlrl. aulomvMles. |....*-|>.Uy. *
broadcasts.Again before even tile most casual grass the pan that resisted Florida Industrial Safety grog. IlMt. In a sense' such Inn retveiit. "Instant e.>ff0.,. /
And again those who scrutiny', to be sure. Some of President Kennedy's' New Conference to be held Feb. *. a".t ta are "rutUng' their fountain pens, lrt **n f>.<.!.. !:/f'1uronlsarnlurf
have no faith in our republi- the youngest members of Congress Frontier and that resists its 1 10. and 11 at the O..or<. Waah- awn UtaH by' contributing ....,....... iMMateet, hearing. aM. J
caeJfOl'lftlof i government have such as Rep. Brock of continuation under President Inglan Hotel In lockao nvllie. only' to the already "U.t.aiabcune. w.*..*"% elew. ..,.. .,..... K/oUk
hit*at Coagress in one way or Tennessee. are among the most Johnaon Is In reaction. It Your continued coofwrsUon od. .,.... and ItoUrwtd camrae
another ('to opportunity has conservative.' Sen. Barry CoidCjutlt .Is In reaction against. obsolete will be appreciated *a all of uscoxibln In fact .It .la to the 'interest kretrte nesting.. pail '811..... Are
of j f'., |,ioUU al formulas. acts as our efforts to Do of our system of dirorratj I..U.. "... paper l.....*..M aivl Signs Revealing
.. foreign aid and governmentrompulsiae WORK IN I li-SAFETY-C. Your free vnterprtae tu suppuetmailer a great s..la"r of .hrJaehnl.R.ltnwes. ..,
that help .Is Invaluable. In makimarVMida corftpaniva" for a ,
are pushed Ihrn, In stint *
! tlorIalI by such special pleaders for a safer plaxe la bye, n mb.r ut valid .......*... For the big rvn'pasN.erums It .. yet ..., early 4. ....*. Mann a* Assistant. Secretary
lae discredited. past as the work. and play.' .... thing" *o*.p.1itiMn .1 a along ajid t swallnw. will. certainly. the atlllu. **** *t fttaie hay lnter.Ain*..
ADA. Sincerely.Wortey healthy art can t>. f...te.Mmly t.i..n say. strung unls. I .lh.tr ....rk the ftttatufin AjfmlntolratlMtwill affaire aerate to be proof elinat.
Chairman In a climate where the ...- take. the. paitresaytm. Itwill
Congressional conservative* Dawn .''. Mann I w known itt
stand ..... anal tAe, polities l lit
I Old i 90 In both parties rvcognla that It .h) still tough atedrling, far will pw s.Hr. hut there are a top author, ,' on tnese...
% Myth a Urge part of Uie rouatry. Is she email ...,...... rw insane. rv.alii* sign. J.*U tM theta fair*. -'. gMntf by his p Mrf
in reaction against potfcrtes. that rnagaaine. fades. ....1 mfurm apuul.-. .wrtl of g/vernme t servtcmka
have not worked and. give eat art many .. seeded 1
TV adwrtMueg rate are theme u a f lu getting
..J :Lltlet.n.. Ceto... ) :Araaahee Herald) proeUMi .f working IA tae future. STRICTLY MJSINESS n McflATTISS __ fMr the assails .. 'lb' 'yare .Ifr'PS.Fer. dos. .

an. Barry Gotdwater. has a beat. MUtT called Time' and again '1rerais'Nava r tar the ....... It U *arto .ln..Ur. .ev. .IS.. freaktentteas ". In U......... P 4i-y.' the rre*
nl state
provfehMt an -tw
'ThV Conservative" argued that the way teioeteaae how UM the thai he
Conscience of a se bandws lie latent baa MM suppefl
J::. On.'.*... 61 he condemn the graduated 'Income pr penty' .. te In- tnd pvndtnt* 'In ihir. ..ff..*te sent n.w/e -.l It at m m general maws. .ploy.....,*:..n.. lh. "...>.ram.. ef the .late Prse.
tax.*,M 101'10.rbe' idea that a man who makes crreae the meeker. of governmental :=a.t. BOAk ,NCrnIIGS ... raise capital"- ) and M. ...ll .sober blast. K.nn.dy.' Out It I Ia aide
Ins wads arrtepfnanye
: "My' v-
should .be forced to contribute 90pct ........ act property ,r ...... .......... sad prsd'smf.' Iwre'bee ... U*ie that. be .has a mind s...twill
p..lmy .
910O.OOO a year ,
.. nty
:: of his income to the cost of the? government, raw act eoatrats peopte. And neve retardedtoe rh Matethose There la SM *>..a
K8aj the man who mak S1O.OOO i* made to pay workings. of a ma ins sea- soul in1 a Bind btaywwj.* bureaMevaey create power tK tlatee ....... ..... le V. try nratklnd.Image. Or, gmrarrnmM create ale I .JMIfIII.ant
I a. to notions of justice. I do not and Kae left Oe ., I* provide'" 'M l..ail.Tafiip. toeMy
20 repugnant ray pntl* .
pet. away ...... a dUfleWI < for .. .Mg h* .bee _->.tW., are rasW. *
bctieta in punishing aucceMo **.** with a -...r. ....... .. tte e bbrty t... ovaMs Be. ....,.... i werfy with vial" tad. +en. -, tt< <" .' I every. "IffWI'' et

*- *! men with lOOuOOO Incomes don't earn the that is taear wtnwl. U- A GOOD rtLACi: TO invwrr that. will e'.tses ennviiM.. da.t that. .tra..gs seal", eMe < ...', H*' -a sander ta. ruiye)

.money. They fret all or part of It by Investmret k.erttMee.Ce. It w always want wMI world that. we tort rut a* s iM.h .le spend en the tens.
subject to the capital. gain teric Their tax may tv.u.e. very pmpeetyhope fllte. ....... of this.. nation ..,. ?
that the wtM*. wean yla hove Steal..s" plant I territory. ; we seek BM **telHte .
run teM,OO to (3&.COO not f9O, OO. by ae-at M..nnfa... win.tlssatrl.gani'ele te .bob taw iaMS ,esmp el Sal I UMt. we are trying, !. live kmar He added. that there whit haprocreate .
**A man who earn 100.000 in aalary. oddly enough. af md > being be reactkwaM 1 *4 r w/ Weal terprkMMi) ;I .f "**<>f>**''''. awl we that will Mf.
ka to pay more tax than the one who ait' back and th_ ..M.-. tKat are. retarding sects .. ftMAk and e n a e a paa'ult' like tar wt IdJ.w atanevefywhere wun new situatlona ."
Ida rtbtr stock market rise Such a salaried. man ipsaainir arty anas ant at**... When MMMvtwtg. MV i .. .. aIM same Uwm&heh..actafaraI5.d

M if married" aDd wlthcot other dependents pny fiZ.T7ea that ar* .pMtag lie stun a) __, *af.*,. sad grewl,. >-.!. i 1 thingr.t' b them. I* And uncertain be batnat of. .,..

.hi* MOjOeO.! ). Thhi U the maximtun, and only a few dots Ot* reetf te sarfdaaswTai .....UN, I eats flunk ef 1tbi tea statement bee. te eat pelM Ue. ef Ube earning. budget. NoA
I <*. rmy:*nJ* ..........am... The others know about deduction ht a wry special bJaitf *4"naltkr setter. appwtaeit." ta+w the I neitfy. w,." feeeno gp1ey'. outside autnortUa *re gueae*
IeIa......... ....".., *.*r,.* .. ......1
!' .. left for "VaMUasir Okat will tad a* g.orvs y .
t S47JS4:
salaried ha at ** nel. rfborhood
I v! The'.am* man kit. at a figure In tne e
........ '. .... IHave .
and trawL The f IO XX> man has free INur' af e dead ,+u* .7' rw > t... M the fMrtlM.an.e .. U MMr ef 1102: bUU ft. '
anrtwerie. dothinr a-sets .. Ibersl" derail.. .. rn nie nt.>. to rntor I_I y I......... neap nhawrase
"'.112 left after the federal Income tax. ua..t. -s. cetOa I that flay: IMwt. Its ,..... heal eo.11 and adnasntparpe. And the budget peeleabey'eW bi
to u*. We W... I.. the d.tatty ..... 4 doubt goiaar .. be en*
isn't .
This '
rrpurnant .1MtlNf'
.... reenters. ., ... res.as4iusres .. eatp.ap. I -' It* iMp So put tents
abar-topay idea. SrA. Cc.Idwat.tat;. toSly' ... e6 0. u...... hales.'Eb iO\\! M Uv a bell ,.r an ur epewm.Nt. I.....-..l .'*.r Utttf .UM. Al- I a4. the tewghMt pals for MJnn : !
,. ,bet be shouldn't mislead several miUkoa WgfcfndemU s who ... ADA aewM..aa If jK'j Me sw. ,*rv4 by a I Bose. far Fro.,... -- wnehUM lo crack In bis.
ullbnt "" who haw rend his Liw k. c..a.c-. rs'sy wAiefn. r ps.a.saestie heft IW .M4tpend. aart.. rte .M aftiaaee that MM* ntuelkM :Shirts wills the Ca gre.a S
n cawtt of their 1M6 nan. ara>. buy' IMAM uw Ain. .he knows s0 well and W
\11M peacee who pay mere tfcaai per J-A.aChre.. so.e *>. wMli attr reUtliMM{ wttfcI he
Iii.ese.. jo th* lateroaJ''' Krrmae Sr *c* are s. few may- Y .'........ wiot the isaw T.tg4i ae ..d Tategiaek... ) LotIM AMMrri......*) SMlliMM. I fur I.....*stone powerful years,single. was ,/

that Hseir tax*.* wttuido't ran the >
fkp 2ea a i M .asNM in essgM :.1 !/

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.HUE XKCADIAN.. Arcadia; FJotfd Thursday, JanQarjr. 16'' 1964

iQ.' ,. ., J--.4I1 '1::.iif7or' f E:;: 7j: ;; lews: From' Myakka CityMRS. ton Mobile ton their OBerry announce daughter Ala. The to the Clem Louise marriage marriage' Lewis Albrit-took of of: start ruary.attend.Manatee: next We hope Monday.County everyone'.Fail Hope is wm the to 'News From Owens I

place Dee. 19, 1983 at the Baptist weather bold,out.Mrs. .
ELIZABETH HILL Myakka City. are sorry to hear about
06f Church in Mobile. They Ada Hawkins' brotherand MRS. RAY STROBLE Mr. Clara Stroble and son
Mrs. Nina LJndsey nick:
I visiting being
W are sorry to hear that will reside in Mobile. down to Ft. .)
c Mr. and she soon recover .. his family from Plant Cty Rev. and Mrs. Dow Durranceof Vernon drove fy-
Mark White of Bradenton has and Mr. and Mr*. Morris Hill Rev. Water from Brac en- came to visit her and attendedthe Wauchula were visitors In ers Saturday morning for a
had the mump Hope he Issoon Ohio were son visited In the home ton,Is preaching at the Myakka Sing with her and her tam- our community Tuesday of last visit and stopped in Punta Cor
well. the home of and Mrs. Charley Boyd City Baptist Church. ,Mr.. ily. week calling on Mrs. J. F. da on the return trip for a
Mrs Fronds Catlett of Bra Mrs Morris night and found Claude Albritton has b..Deeded Mr. Crosley McLeod had Thigpen and Mr. and Mrs. short visit.
denton has. been a visitor In daughter feeling much better. one of the. trustees o<. his bird dog out hunting recently Grady Addison during the af Miss CaUrjr Converse left
--- ----- ited in the have had a lot of rain the Myakka City Baptist, and the dog wa bitten ternoon. Thursday morning with other
1 WORRIED Mrs. Wright here which we needed. Church. by a rattlesnake and died In- Rev. S. F. Beard returned members of the DeSoto High
!t ? NERVOUS' night and Mr. James W. Sny- The Community ,Sing was stantly.. from Tampa Wednesday of last School Chorus for the State
I ,. We are formerly of Orange held Saturday night. Rev. L. W week after a few days visit Music clinic held In Daytona
j Over Change-of-Llfe? Lamar Keen .Is : & Florida, are new resi Colbert was speaker at the with his family. He reports his Beach. The Croup returned
Ease mind. Get welcome nIM I and is over & of Myakka City. They sing. The quartet featured son is doing better than when home late Sunday afternoon.
I'. L A with your sped l woma '. mecfcneDon't Miss,Mette' four children. Welcome: to were the Path Finders The My neighbors he left here to go to Tampa We were very happy to have
sick w'tli..th' .I'W. City. JSmlth; Family The Happy but will have to remain in the Mr and Mrs. Garrett Van
do-take a special woman's glad to'hbar1 *. Audrey Morrison from Gospel Singers and The Arcadians. hospital for a few weeks yet. Soest ,with us in our worship
Vegetable medicine-Lydia Compound E. PinScham... to be up!a'gair N. C. 1 k visiting with A large crowd attend- Mr. Ray Storble made a service Sunday. The Van
,dread tbo..eemingiy.ndMsa oped by a 'woman-specially to f in the >-tki.,..: sisters Mrs. S. R. Black- ed.Mrs. it1 trip to Brighton and La k eOkeechobee. Soests,, are winter visitors from
year of misery and help women by relieving such and Mrs. Babe Lang. Mr. Eva Hutches and Mr*. : Friday with Michigan and looking over this
discomfort, of sudden hot functionally' caused female has gone to north Mary Boyd visited In the home friends from Carlstrom Field section with the Idea of spending
flushes, waves 6f weakness and distress.In >Ni on, a hunting trip this of Mr. Sam Stewart of Myakka for a day Of fishing at the the winter here. They had
'rrlta' l11ty. There I* a special doet r.'test*woman after City. He has been in the hospital lake. Though the weather was visited friends In Peace River
woman's medicine which can1Wieve woman found that Pinkham's r.IHr, I. I and Mrs. Charles Bard- attrac-
but is doing fine now. rather on the damp,chilly side Heights andIne; our
those heat ,weakness dramatic
waves Compound helpto
nervousness; mo you can all this without costly shot Zemot s from Arcadia have been Mr and Mrs. H.:J. Boyd had they returned home with a nice tive church and grounds stopped
enjoy. life again. Bo that yea Irritability U soothed hot of ointment, visitor in the home of Sunday night supper with their mesa of speck While he was in for the service We
can one more be an affection-: flash*subside.So don't tit( and minor burn*, and Mr. C. A. Boyd. children Mr. and Mrs. Morris. gone his wife and mother spent hope they will come again soon
lite wife and mother. brood and feel unable to help antiseptic, MM.. ,are glad to hear that Hill. the day In Arcadia and were and will locate In this vicinity.:
If you are going through the yourself.( You can feel better. .thJe.nshms.'.toot s Mary Boyd la better. the lunch guests of Mr. Joe Also visiting with us In,our
change, don't despair. Do as Get gentle Lydia E. Pinkham I aids tutor are glad to report thai The Myakka: City Civic Association Morton services Sunday night 'were
counties thousand of woment Vegetable Compound today ommtm, gt JExtrs Lore Roberta I. improving. : having m sing the; "Art we allowed to have the .Ira. Tommy Roger and two Mrs. J. W. Hasty of. Arcadia
t t gen"/.medicine; / with the genii/. ,K>** LYDIA E.PINKHAM first Thursday night: I in Feb- businessman's* lunch?** little son were out from Arcadia and her daughter and son-in-

.. L Friday to spend the day law Mr. and Mrs. Zeal Howardand
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-- with Mr, and Mr*. Claude Rogers. daughter who are here on
I ." leave before going to Germany
on his next assignment.' All
I Friends are very sorry to
hear that \ their friend were happy to
Mr. and Mrs. M. T.
Troutt have sold their home see them a* it had been quite
THE DESOTO NATIONAL BATIK .: here and will be leaving ,in some time since they were'
.. with last.
pia' '" ttI the near future to make, their here us
: :"'f.' ; t '. ....;,J homer In Miami. We will certainly We are glad to welcome !Mr.
nrwvr;pm mm&MHiuHrn! 1 ; muMtamft: ',. miss them and are sorry and Mrs. Friend James and
( ",.1,' '" ,u 0>'' they are leaving here but wish Mr*. James mother Mrs. ,Viola
OF ARCADIA i, .. them lob of luck and happinessin Fitch to our community.: Theyare
living on the.Simmons
their home and
new sur
I grove. Mrs. James is agent for
roundings. a cosmeUc: company .and was
around on a get acquainted
r-------- visit accompanied:: by Mrs.
I Everette Johnson on Monday.Rev. .
:. I FAMILY I; S. F. Beard was the
,t Conditions II dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.

:; Comparative Report of PLEASER*1; some Ray Stroble of the fresh Sunday fish enjoying Ray had

l,,' I caught on his trip to Okeecho-:
b '!, 'F *gueats: tool : bee on Friday.
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I rv 1 ., ,.o' tasting but,not
'1 '. I sharp I .
,. ;..' .Kraft, French is the .
." .' 1 one that trtrybody likes- I -..
fcfi S t, I kids and grown-ups too. 1I I ....:::::' ,
It's far and the -
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uw DIRECTORS 1 ._. t.a.Bi ilJt !
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1I. supply every
Chairman of the Board] C. II. ALEXANDER ,
fA' I need at yours according-1 hi.
I W. J.' PEACOCK JR. dUMTER LEITNER I I. ; I riches In glory In(Christ Jesus
: II -PhIL( 4:19)
i President]! DALLAS E. LOOP 1 I II Sometimes it i is difficult to,

U'*,r/. SHAVER Vice President /. na .u S RAY ,J., MIDDLETON I I / 'KRAir'sataca I see how the ,Lord willprovide
D. 11. CARR Cashier] yI : I r.fauto 1ile I but moving In Ilia mysterious
W. J. PEACOCK JR.. 1I ways God. always manage to
AttLYN D. WALKER I find methods that did not exist
I Assistant l Cashier] t a H.' M., SHAVER. I before to perform Ills gracious ?'
ROBERT SORRELLs .. _..I wonders.
nAnnETT"I. a.
II. I.KB; ;
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Installment Loan Officer] T. E. TUCKER

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II\\1 December 31, 1962 December.. 31; 1963 December 31, 1962, .. D.c.i+tbr 31. 1963 .J 1J

.\ 2559736.23 Loans & Discounts $2,967,572.20 $ 200000.00 Capital Stock $ 200.0OO.OO j

II : +!
j 78000.00 Banking House -NsL : 70000.00 /' 225,000.00 Surplus". .,. T V.'" 250,000.00 4wk, r

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28,000.00 Furniture & Fixtures v 27.0OO.OO ",: .
.'..to, 76840.05 Profits 38,760.77 1

2,500.00 Other Real Estate 8,659.63 .4,77&,913.36'1 1t
4802006.94 D mand Deposits *+ **' r t

3,063.899,36 U. S Government Bonds, 3064325.01 ',, : r Y L', t'
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I 1, .*. 6: .". .,...it !..... 2.137.861.01 Sav..ngs.me DepositsReservesv 2460417.08 t ", ts '

\) 12,750.00, Stock In Federal !Reserve :: .:, < ..: I
;T **.**, : i F ,V : 84086.90 *. .* 159.43O.93.,
Bank 12 7cO.00 ., .
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427071.68 Other Bonds ;., .,\ ./: 346,.463. 16 ..' t;,.:' '. 75000.00 Unearned Discount.. 75000.00 s ,

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1,428,837.63 Cash & Due f tom Banks 1463771.90 '; \ I

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7600794.90 TOTAL RESOURCES $ TOfALlifA&ILITfES '$ t
r $7.960.542,14 .. : $7,960,542.

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'4".lpI l. DoSoto County' Grow For 57 Yo.ors.sTsT-

..I' .' RJjhti Ikind Itorse 1"
fIo"; -new Chow Chechen jA>m :Purina
csu end you* search Ice bay. This Checfcer (pellet!
; combine grain rougher. ... ._-> f
mad: other vital ,inzredtrats .
rw a BAtiK : in jon the right amounts .. ?
DESOTO calla end youraeavrcb for queJU. vity '
", NATIONAL .- .- hay I If bar ie no problem." I tf 4
t.beltor< iurin &DoIenethe
borsvcnan'si f Torite' tot''
..[ u. 1_ h .J,.1J l ll r I more ttteja 4O yeexs',.BoUi oftfaees .t

.. '', ... '. "raI ,; J, F ... ..... .... ) peal horse feedb frotnCheckerboAtd
.. Square .
I 1.\ t. '.-', : ."_ ; .. .TaJUbie. in -...ytohapqJe6O1b. 4
w hers.: Get ytxrre today
i 1 ,1: .toU1"Stoat tea edtttr

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THE ARCADIAN Arcadia. n Jtamarr Ml R. .
_... until Sunday of last week.

-pig 50 Years Ago *. breath Rev. were and Mrs.dinner Jessie /OUR i $ A WHO TO CALt1:\ .

SMITHBROWN Mr.: Clayton Bogess, GU-I: o : '" dli'; t
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I I. On Wednesday night at the citizens when John L. Jones and Mr and Mrs. Calvin : HI llL % %r

bom of the bride's parents.. passed away as Ma home OD gesa last Sunday t.4 r
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holmer. occurred East Oak Street. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elmer I DIRECTORYOF I
!i TROJAN NEWS the manias of Miss The Fifth Annual Straw Thornton recently were: Mr.! GO REACt

Ellen Holmer to Mr. E. CamPbelL berry Festival for llardee and Mrs. Charles Harrelson* FAR THE .. .. \ '-
Rev. Baker pastor of the County announced at Bowl- and Claudia of Fort Myers
-- Baptist Church officiated. Ing Green next week. Jan. 17 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thorntonof D.SOTO COUNTY

By THOMAS Darrell laws to 20 Inclusive.A Ft. Winder Mr. and Mrs.*
CHILDS ris: Sallie 89.1. Calvin State-Wide prohibition
from TUakegee.. Institute Terry Collins. Mrs.Georgia Fa-I I "
report SERVICE
Smith 88.9 Nathelia Holland went into effect today in three
The Smith Brown Trojan 88.4. Earnest Morgan 87.1. Southern states North Caro In Alabama showed that buoy Rev and Mrs. Jessie. Gil- I SALES and .
Basketball Team after a poor Brenda Campbell 86.7. Faye boa Mississippi and Alabama. 23 persona were lynched In breath. Mrs. Vera Collins. Mrs. COLD SUFFERERS

season last year, has bounced Johnson 85.2.Fifthone. Georgia is the only: other state this country during 1933. Benina Huckeby, Mrs. Shirley I
back strong In 94" and is wherein statutory prohibition Three fires occurred this I lluckeb. Dorothy Grantham, Gel fist relief. from that acbe-.U. Advertising Form Equipment
really going strong. On last Miss J. J. Owens: exists the law having been in week all of them on Monday, Mrs. Rattle Mae Keen liev. over,worn-out feeling due to colds
Charmian V. Price 94 Rhonda
Thursday night, the varsity Jan. 8. and all of them being Henderson and the evangelist, STANBACK"S combiaadoa of atedi.callyprovea .
and T. Wiliams 92. levels Ware 91. operation one year and Mrs. ....--... .-.......... -- -...
Jv scored their fourth and firM.Midniaht Faye reduces .
grass iagrediesis IMTISNAriONAL Track 5d 1Pe9.
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Micah Ford 87. Carolyn Moore The Tampa Tribune of last < .d.a.d.M **" ..... ..".. ._... _._. .... .
third straight win of the sea- of Jan. 15 mark I !fever and bria. .. comforting MJief.Ue M,.I.. __ sea IIwSA .-. u. .c: T 5W.Iwaww.
Robbie of the .... ... .......
86, Clifton 86, Martha week had an account ....... s-aseA. -
son. Coacn Bowen is doubt the expiration of 1933 auto throat due.
no as a gargle foe rats .... ,.... ,._... C.wala/ro1.
very proud of his boys and Ann Dix 85. death at his borne In that city Properly fertilized plant roots colds.Soap back with. STANBAac.I .. ..d ........ ..._.w.... Imes 14wd.M.1 .
contends he has a group of Fifth-Two. Mrs. I. B. Eason: of M. F. Glddeus. formerly a tags.An annual farm Inventoryand penetrate more deeply into I ConditioningUNi.at PS.= Cwwam.W AU..I .. UtFurnituro' :'-. e.r 1Ne...

young men who want to play Eliza Tyler 90. Lawrence Ford well know citizen of DeSoto a simple cash account are soil than those lacking In th.1 I -. --- Air
the game of basketbalLThe Laurice Blandin 89. Betty Den- and for several terms Superin- recommended: to Florida farmers tilized. The better the ...

Trojans started rolling son 88. Debora Thomas 88, tendent of Schools of this coun- by Dr. C. V. Noble, econo- system the better the plant can ttltta.C-II: AW e.w.d. S

early with the Maxine Bush 85. ty. mist with the Florida Experiment ..,... ,u. :'!. I, COMPLETEFLQgAt .., .n.._,._ ....h.4.w 5. A....... Stores
a victory over ........ _
the M..w St It w..l 0."
Dragons of Wauchula. The Sixth-one..Ira. M. P. Thomas Just years ago Slut 'a. 1_'. ,..._ wa,... '.Ja...
score was 50-44 and the Tro- : William Thorton 95. Sandra Champion made its modest be- The safety mteUiui which coosms?, w N-w. ......:..-.;..-.
jans rode home on the sharp Hunter 92. Sandra Terrell 91. ginning. was called for the court: house i New! Gillettesiim' !- -...- -- -.-- .- ...... ...... 5-.v '._ ...
citizens of Arcadia and I ..w .Mww-rwwh.. ._.. J' _...
shooting of Harry Cross and Samuel Sallie 89. Shirley Pic- Many on Tuesday evening did not 0.. __. ..... "' ...... '4a1:
Jarrls Mosely. Both racked up kett 88. William Cade 87. La- other towns in Florida were materialise for the reason that. I SERVICE Awning -.
18 points in their first outing. vents Gatlin 87, Feuds Haynes very generous in their gifts to few people attended. | I
In their second the 86. seven sacks of sweet potatoes II HoItzenrJorf ..... ._ Poe eel..HO.*.**.5NaMI1w/NaS.. A..M. """ kti!?*
game Una HO-t ICT-U |
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Trojans Journeyed to Immok- Sixth-Two. Mrs. B. S. Jones: the Baptist's Children's Home. I 5-... w.-. *.., ..w -W M.. AM .-_. .. ..... _. ...... .w.I j- ..elI .-
gifts received were 1 I _. .s,5. __ ..&eM I w. .. "a M... ...-....... -'
alee. where battled Eula M. Smith 93 June Pat- .. '
they Beth- Adjustable Cw.a."" 5.-.S Ir.Y
one barrel syrup a box of Flowers andNursery oN.b.Sfoe ,::. a. 1.,....
une High for 'a second victory. terson 90. Yvonne Bailey 90, Fort Ogden ,
smoked meat one suck of meal. PIMM WAln"' .. _-.,.,,
The score was 5041 with junior James Falson 89. Jacqueline I Razor true Prescriptions
Glenn Hall dumping 16 Nunnally 89. Lee Polls Wesley sugar shoes pies, a CI.JQI.' ten": ail' f -
big for the Annie D. Carter 69 Alto grime, and many other toys.S. News ; /rim i to 9tor I fl
points Trojans. 89. ,
Rosin made a flying tripto tn. .. WA 8.1431\- Bottled Gas ACCUSATfIV: i_---....
The third marked the Blinding Walter I Gil- l L....
game 88. .e' .U'n. --. -.- --... --
Trojans toughest opponent christ 87. Stephanie Ingram Mulberry on Thursday. VERA COLLINS ....1_Ie... 12 East : ........ 0._ S._. Iel.I.s. .w.. MAt
King and Tucker's big city MRS. Magnolia .......'. full A m.iM.l m .... 10.5.. P.e w...... e.tael.. .-
E. O. Douglas of S.brln.. 85, Veronla Morgan 85. ....... I..N ee4 ... ...._ I
Trailing by 32-18 at one point JUNIOR HIGH HONOR ROLL railroad shows were scheduled Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood e..d 8iw Nader j Arcadia Florida I ..*?? **. c**".*.t-,_** _w '_
for Arcadia on Saturday Jan. Weeks and son Douglas, of -=:- .: ., ....
the Trojans rallied and the Seventh-One. Miss L. D. a. 1.N $M.N.M Printing'
end .f the third quarter the Owens: Calvin Blanden 93. 9. This was noted as the eventof Charleston Heights. S. C. spent Wee 0*. !....... *... WA' 111!. _
Trojans were trailing by one Theodore Green 90. Martha the season. last week with her parents. Mr. J I I.I'
and Mrs. O. A. Crantham and TNt .ASCAOtAH t.N..a.... .wl+
43-42. At the end of regulation Patterson 9O, Charles Washington Building 0.....
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time the swore was deadlockedat : 87, LUh Brown 86. RobertE. 30 Years Ago family. I Qswi. .: :d..5.d:. pa... wA asset. I

52 all and the teams playeda Lee 85.EighthTwo.. Mrs. Georgia Falauy la visiting "\ KNOtI': I cfsPtlTS Isa1.aeo..m.a/.r/

three minute overtime. Behind ., Miss R. L. Plans which have been ua- Mr. and Mrs. Charles ). 'Z the cluch shooting ot the Singleton: Roger' Bryant 91. der-iway' for some time, to pro- HarreUun and CUuOia lu Fort O I .15 ....... ..- "' -- PS... Ready-Mixed Concrete
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team the Trojans rode to a Chester Cress '89. .Lovely M. Tide a D I e-montba school Myets: this week. Gt': w. s ti.l. .

:59-57 over time victory. Probably James 89. Annie Sanderson 89. term this year' for Arcadia Mr. sad Mrs. Jack CulUuJ ofAvon & -'- .: '"r."P'' _. _.. -- lAor-MiMte coMcatft c-:
the toughest game to Ninth-One. Mrs. R. L Anderson schools, reached a climax. to Park tatted Mm.Collins Nellie :. ... : lllltjtNh.! "Ji.il.' v- I Dolomite SkMk taw... w.4. ..>.. ..,,.! ... *.***,-
.w.ww.nisi lea
date for the Trojans. Stan Included :* Patty Clifton 93. Patricia meetings held during the pailweek ilrS Yelnvu DMutbtl'l7: r: Mww, a_ reow....... e Uel.SOOSaoa /.q..
Cross Alfred Morgan, Turner 94,'Stella LeVine by members of the Citizens and ut4.r. rciattvtti yiuidry. -- ------ -- .-- -
who was moved from the 87. Diane Washington 83. Jessie School Committee and the sac .....u... Sww ......_. Roofing :
up Mrs. Kate Smoke w? CrysUlKiver Jackson 1767-1845 _. Md ._... ...... N5 N...
Jv after the first game and Nunnally.. Shirley Pat county'school authorities when spent Last week: with Mr. Andrew .w'. '. -- ..... rSne wi.sell ... I IewN
WA"' M. 1.N11.l. -..c__ --. ..
Morgan is only a sophomor. tenon 85. Johnnie Broadnax an understanding was reached and Mrs. Clinton Ueasley. -- mans5..4, ..w .. w. ,..ewes__
Charlie Faust Glenn II a 11. 85. to maintain the schools in some A group of young people .- WA.... ....... -
Andrew Jackson' atocxl out the greatest .
personality a* I
Janis Mosely. Sam Kes. Ninth-Two.. C. ,Anderson way for the balance of the were entertained with a party
of hk thuv H.. the cv. was Drugs
The fourth game marked the Theodore Flenunlng 89, 'Alice school, year' Saturday e\eiUivg at the li itlst >.
fourth win for the Trojans and Reeves88.3.. Vivian Goodman D. D. Boring, county' tax as pMlorlutti Several games i, anal IU)" atlniinistrnUuii *'v.u' unK| >rMiil( fur th*. dr..w TV Sole & Service

the Tigers of Clewiston. 4134. 87.3. Alvin DeLny 87.. Frankie season'. baa announced his schedule were played and refreshnu thinK", .it atrcomplUhrtl. It owl u fcymln.1' t>( the ruining <*fnutumHllAin eaMet1/s M..1 -.. .w .
It was a very slow game and Whillock 86.3. of visits over. the countyto were sevvoil, I IILev. and I tliMiuivruc: lit the t'. S. Jnck.*>it whit ...sow.. A..e..:... .0ou. ...=__......,r-w.w -""'AL.O.Adr5.l..,-_r "N..414.'. .. ld..S lo.sod'"

the Trojans being. -host took iteasy Tenth-One. Mrs. L. 'B. -'Jennings cooler with property owners : auU ill*. J *s4i* Gil burn in .I-aiM-HjiUr Cwuui; buuth Cuiuluui. the 13Ui vf WAto. _S.141, .-- ..M AM M.-w.,.

on their visitors. and did- : Petronia' Blandea 91. and receive. statements as breath are planning to attenda March( 17C7. He was a lawyer by profession. M fighter' by ::..s.Mwe o.. :'.I.N.. eehu 1141 Me.w., ,
n't run up the score. Watch Kathren Anderson 88, Carolyn to value of property for listingon pastor's conference la Jack choke and a politician by force of clrcumjtancee. He / J -- .-........ ... d..d.5. dr.T.li-
those Trojans this :year.: Theyare Campbell 87. Dorothy Wiggins his rolls. sonvUle several days this I. the nickname of "Old Hickory" during the War. of t Exterminator ...,.. ,5w. ma... 5.eaad ., N N.
won .
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87 ad be minstrel M
going to spoil some teams FletcherYoungblood There Is to a week. t.-
1812. After a full and busy life h. retired to his home 5.51.5. '. a.dI
. good seasons. Claudia Epps 86. Minnie P. showat. the tourist camp Sat- Mr. Monroe GUbreath plans The Hermitage. near N;. hvill. Ttmyeeiire whcrn" ho ISort Al it.Min. Iwnaot. ... T :.-.11 awt.a I.N .: =: .e e.1..: I IaS.
Faust 88.TenthTwo.. ,
urday night. to return te his home Tuesday. I w INN -- e.S -..
Mr. D. L.Payne: Some dissatisfaction over the la Lake Write: after vuUUn* died 911/ June 8. 1815.4oto & rl *...**. .....*.. ISs.a WA

(Editor's Note) Duringthe Geneva Whttlock 91. Linda election: of preferential protects Itev. and Mrs. Jesste-Qilbreaih I Transportation S.rvlcMACI &

IJ second six weeks the following Pressley 88. Wanda Lawrence In- this county by the for a couple of weeks. I I --.p.-5.. w.,.,..,._ s-...... ., i t
students made the Honor 86, Lillian Benson 87. Wellington County' Civil Work. Board has Don't forget the DeSete I Electric SIVIS M.*MJmmmmt .......
Roll at Smith Brown. On Jones'87. been expressed by the city National Bank Appliance lM bv.**i = S.,
County Fair. U you ha vent >.sow t* Se.e e-k ..=
behalf of all concerned the Eleventh Grade Mrs r|. 'K.WUiama council.. for the reason that no tended yet be sure and da aa.1. .......*. t'...., t. W. N-e. toed
"Echo" extends sincere congratulations : ,Linda ''Brown. 93. city i projects. were included.. before It eloses.& r & I %-V ........L tit CTS.c*<..2'dw.es M-we.. M hA -f -

to these scholars Marion Goodman 91. Jever"ne Death again entered the Mr., and Mrs., Ankle. ..1'1'11of r OF ARCADIA .__._ __ J' W*.t .... .......' Tree Service'

and challenge others to follow Benson 90. Josette Summers 90. .:ranks of De ote> ceunty pioneer Nocatee visited Mrs. 11,. .U. a 15w. '1! 5 I.!!!!....'tI, r ......
the example these scholars Diann Baxter 90. Lester Hick- neW Sunday. NCo.n" 'sus S5.VNa ..;,. ,....
have started. son 89. Lawrence! Morgan 89, Mrs." Reid Is on the sick. list Olfic.'Suppli.reM -. 5.arwq
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MIMUIN: ,....r.1 "... .t.N4. 5155, ..- LNM,. Nee w.dw.
Fourth-One, Miss J. M., Carl Watson 89, Cecyl Shine,Vincent Lawrence 93.3. John this week. .. .
Washington: Marisa V. Patterson 89. Earlene McQueen 87. Sandra Wiggins 92.4. Vends R. Tur- Mr. and Mrs. Del Boggees / .... Ds/ ._..r..... c.c/.r.U. ... iw{ a..M All *.e..*.....,SvvvkvM*. J...p.I.I.....,.... .W Pww.-*.<.w..:- *,:.-.e SMMX--...4.s..w.-

91. Mabelle Wilson *9. Sallie 87, Thomas Ford 87'[n.r i 91.7. Daphlne Ford 9O.8. visited friends In Miami doting { '. 0. ........ n"." .. <' .>.... *-4 M.. ..... .a e.<.ISS.a..4 w_Mlbjr ..14144 ..$$,.-.
Larry, Smith 88. Deloi O'Neal Thelma Buckner 87. David Gila P. Glass 9O.7. George the weekend.

86. Karnestine Tyler;: 83. Ned Burrough 86. James Fields 86. llfolllmon 90.3. Luvenis San- Miss Diane Boggess was in .- I

demons 85 .Elizabeth. James William Guice 85. 'I tenon 8,J. Barron Morris 89. Daytona Beach from Thursday STUDENTS. 1'.11' "l'IWI AU ron YO\R lk."APDOOI i
83. Twelfth. Mrs. M. A. Ilsrrlng- Jrbce Manuel' s7J. William I ,
Fourth-Two. Mr. Klbert Har ton: AltoweUe Whltfleld 93.S.J! unna1ly 7.3.
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11 f 4 :Bulldogs Top Dragons, Edge Okeechobee. ; Extend Win Streak To den I

'! By RUPERT SMITH Lake Placid game with 8 wins paced the Bulldogs with 18 trailed by I 4 '
at the
V points only 4 points to Okeechobee's Conference team
The powerful DeSoto Bull Guard Ricky Dodd led both still I lead the conference witha Ridge In hi
and points.
no defeats leading the end of the first quarter and 8 record.It Sebring Blue Streaks.
"Hogs increased their number of When the 13.The teams in scoring with 14 point. 6-O
conference with a 4-0 record. Bulldog traveledto points at the half. The BuU- Brahman 5 trailed by will be a full week of Tomorrow night the [DPSoto .
l" "" --win by two last week defeat- Okeechobee the margin of Okeechobee' David Baiedell five will be at homt- ',,
The DeSoto dogs outscored
five proved their : the Brahmsw only 2 point with about 30 basketball for the Bulldog
i "Ing Lake Placid on Tuesda7.y. victory was to be even smalleras by 4 points In 11t..t was second with 11. face another Ridge: foe hi
each of seconds to but
worthiness a* holder of the the play they were moos there three on
Jan. 7 and Okeechobee are game Avon Park Red Devils
y. on {outscored Br.hmans EnoIna
they g the three -
quarters but This win
f Friday Jan. 10. Ridge title by defeating the by only 3 point, 4O-37 the last unable to score. Jim Yarbrough pushed the number the board. Tuesday, Jan 14 a week of basketball 'thi
The was a different storyas dropped in one more foul shot of victories for the Bulldog to traveled to Se- DeSoto five will
i Bulldogs came into the Dragons 52-42. Ricky Dodd The scrappy Okeechobee team the Bulldogs the Bulktee tangle WIth
came up vfth# to make the difference 3 points. 10 with no defeats. They also bring where they faced! a strung the) Tarpon in Punta Go ,
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4-B TIE ARCADIAS, Arcadia Florida '
Thursday, January 1C, 19G-1

3Ldjulfdoft6; k.. a t Thejulldog'5 Bark '

:Yale By SUE BORING r .. t r ; ;' .

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f I'm sure everyone enjoyed miration to work and had a :
themselves at the fair yeaterj date with her last Saturday.Jimmy Editorials :
j I' i day. It was a real exciting fair I Five Candidates Chosen Finalists
T and yea lot of fun to attend. Ysrbrough has been
serenading Mrs. Mrray in
All the booths the student I think it's
I ,participated In making were study hall with his lovely rhythmic their students at DHS took a look around I
f beautifully and showed voice. school and I don't believe they will find anything
.)lots of hard work behind them. Mike Provau really lights up to be proud about. In
1, Members of the Junior class when you; mention Pat Lewis slat How can any of us be proud when students per.; DeSoto Fair Queen Competition
were very upset last week around him. This I've got to in, throwing paper old ice cream sticks, and wrappers
when they thought their cot- see Mike light! and other such litter on the school ,
:tee had been Well that's It for this week grounds. I have
stolen. ,
pot But
even trash' Five DeSoto
fn- County High girls Helen Bretton Pam Cross Perdue. Linda Moyc. Zondra sponsored by the Sub-Dibs
when found see at the ball tomorrow aide the '.'
they out who the you game building.
School students
were finalist and plane Kelly.Participating Beeles Steffony Wells Diane Judge were Mrs. C. E. Howe
jHhlef _was they became more, night! Waste paper cans and trash bas In the 1964 Fair Queen contest in the finalist Bates Pam Cross Linda Mercer from Indiana Mr. and Mrs
than upset scared.they became 'principally" kets have been placed inside and all Chosen as finalist froma contest last Monday night were Helen Brcttoti, Ruth hunter Harry Komer from Pennsylvania I
over the campus at our disposal. Why list of sixteen were 'two sen- Sylvia Carlson Sherry Shaw, Diane Kelly Kay Ells and Mr. and Mrs E. A,
Diane Montgomery seem to New TeachersAt don't we use them? ior girls Linda Mayo and- Kay Jamie Buchan, Bi,verly Roberts worth. Master from West Virginia
be interested in Joel Corley. Many people must be Iazpj{ Ellsworth and three Junior Nancy McDonald, Sher- The Fair Queen contest 1 la Doris Stickler a DHS senior
very p 7
She has been
j xjgularly, dating him re- DeSoto HighDeSoto throw trash into desks and on the tlqor was mistress of ceremonies.
and grounds instead of During the intermission
i. Two junior girl. Ann Fletcher High School has recently steps to a trash This walking a few while the judges were reachIng .
can. isn't a
.and Helen Bretton. have acquired two new attractive good very a decision, 1\011.s GmfyJJrown
example of
been jangling their bracelet our training at home.
I former !)V ir Queen,
'around the reason they're additions to their BASSLER l'm sure our parents don't allow us to entertained with several .
( showing off the rings they re* teaching staff. Miss Marsha do such things. 4a numbers. Besides popular Mist
,calved from Tim McAllister1 Gall Jones ha taken the place the Also our bad manners have bee nshowing when s Brown three other past Fait
II and DIck)' Dodd. of Mr*. Martha Gutterldge and bell rings for lunch. Our short lunch periods do Queens were introduced: -

i Wonder what type of shock la teaching commercial: : subject cause a problem but there is absolutely no sense in Jackie Duncan Connie Carl.
,I Doris Provau got in Glee Club and Freshman English. running down the halls and out of the building. son, and Mrs. Libby (Baker
I the other day Someone said Placing gum underneath desks isn't the best of Brown.
Mr. Madge Brewer I J. &teaching
her face dropped about two manners and throwing things and writing ,on the walla Sue Boring 1963 Fair Quctn
feet. Don't worry It'* altogetheragain" American lilatory and Civics doe h't exactly fit in F 1'' ..
as proper etiquette either. r vy 0<' placed turns on the heads of
i and has taken Mr. Robert Bui- I have also noticed books thrown rK the five finalists.
anywhere and
;fi, Joel Corley was caught dur- ,lens place. everywhere in the halls. These bookj are provided for n '
Spanish class eating onions. Mia Jones la a native of us by the state of Florida and we Would"" all try to take
I'n.: seems that Joel Just ha. to Punta Gorda and has two sister care of them because they are expensive. There are t v FHA Supper
those after lunch snack. ,
Fletcher got real mixed and one brother. She received lockers at our disposal so that we don't have to throw i:

in her cheering last Friday her education at the our books, around. And if you don't have a locker you Program Held
t night at the basketball game. Unlverity of South Florida and can pile your books up neatly against the wall. -_ Attend
When Ann was doing the ole* enjoys sewing, art, and outdoor think' it Is time' we all asked ourselves if we are m r }" .'I i Fifty
I rah rah rah for DHS her activities, .uch.. hunting guilty of these things, and if sot suggest' that you try-
feet flew out from under her Mrs. Brewer. I I. from Arcadia to do something to correct them. Our school is some Thursday night Jan. 9, the
and she fell flat on the floor. and,, has two sons. She will be thing we should all be proud of and It we aren't it might Home Economics rooms were
Well one thing you can sure substituting for the month of be the students fault. the scene of a combination
say, Ann put all she has In It, January. rihe studied at Florida Lew Dassler supper: program-FHA meeting
I feet and alit State University. und like* *. Around 50 girls attended and
I Nancy McDonald and Billy water-skiing and reading.
,. Wooten went to the show last enjoyed their sandwich and
Saturday night. Both of them 'Cinema coke supper. After eating the
; were kept In atltche over the DHS Chefs Club Science: president: Lynn Parkyn officially -
movie with Jerry Lewis, but ScopeThl. opened the meeting
who wouldn't be with that ---,-
character! Cooks BreakfastSANDRA week there have been with FHA official opening
r Cheryl Flanders and Steve several film shown. Topics QUEKN FINALISTSThere five Diane Kelly Helen: Dretton. The ceremony. The meeting was
DeShazo have been dating for COPELAND Mr. Freeman showed three young lattice have been selected finalists queen will be named at coronation then turned over to Sandra
\ the past couple of weekend The. boys Chef Club 1 Is rapIdly -, films to her physical education '( In this year's fair queen com- ceremonies Friday night at the De Copeland who presentd a program -
'\ Steve I I. attending Manatee Increasing In their cookIng -, classes. One was on the frjnda- FAMILY LIFE says the J tltlon. They are left to riK;* t: Linda Soto County Fair. on "Who Am IT"
; College ,but aces Chryl on skills. The clubs first endeavor mentals of basketball. The other Population Reference Bureaut,I.I .,.Moye, Kay Ellsworth.: I'am Cross, The program discussed the
wekend was making simple soft two were on THE TEENS more popular than ":' many Image a teen-age girl
Tommy Cox ha. been admiring and hard dough cookies.: Thenat and SHYNESS. out of 10 Americans-more than feel. she must present and
( Sherry Shaw lately and their. meeting before Christina Mrs.\, Converse has also shown 177 million out of 10O million pointed out the wide and *sr-
finally decided put his adI the boy tackled fudge. a few films. The first one was ll>'. In the countr,.'* 47 D.H.S. Students Active In led range of these often mistaken
1 When the Chefs Club met entitled YOUIt FAMILY. It million families. (The Bureauof Many idea Eight of these
I last Friday they. teamed howto was a story about a family and the Census define a family "image were portrayed by
Freshman Class cook and serve a complete' how through responsibility| and a* two or more people living FHA members. Carol Sue Waiters
I breakfast. With the guidanceof cooperation they ,achieved} the together related by blood portrayed a very antiI -
; Not-"Entered Mr. Converse and Miss vital sense off; unity' Th. film rnarrlage or adoption.) Average Activities Of DeSoto County FairThe I school learning or brains type
Cantrell. the boy divided Into lasted about eleven minute family site, after decreaiIng person while Jo Ann. DeLaney -
fi i For Stunt Night five group and each prepareda and was In black and whit. for more than 130 year, pictured the opposite; one
\t tI1 complete breakfast. Another one was SIDLING has started' to grow .."In. In Tho County Fair this year 4-H exhibit will convey make this fair' their best yet who think! nothing but study
I This the freshman class lAw Ambler George Agnew RIVALRIES and PAItENTS. It 178O. the average was 3.7 per. I I. going to<< keep all the 4-ller the Idea that many countries and from the looks of things It ing la really worthwhile Ann
year was In black and white and sons: this fell to 4.8 In I90O of the In .. Fletcher
county busy
will not take part In the Stunt and Mike I Dawsey selected a varietyof have tall Club to 4>uUd better will be. portrayed a real flirt
broiled bacon and tailed about eleven minute and 3J In 1030. But, reversing activities.. citizens for the future. while Bosalee flouts gave the
Might activities. Classes blueberrymuffins .
I ..participating The last one the SOCIABLE this trend, the -
was IrA and FilA
average Image
family members of
In Stunt Night this a* then menu. Waffle II Since 4.11 .U not only active Wednesday' ,night., the annual are one who would never
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year Include the eighth grade, and smoked sausage waa the Another was persoti In the United State but also. > dress revue will be,presented. busy this week operating their think of flirting since the real
sophomore junior, and senior choice of Freddie Collins and the student film was. shown to, .RADIO, far from being KOs a number of other countries. Many high. school 4-H girls joint project: the concession thing will come' along when
croup Each
committee to head their plan Nelberger and Keith Mar- during the activity: period It enjoyed a record year in -Around the World with 4-11- suits. coats and dress, building at the fair ThU .Is one pictured an "..UAmcrkan
'. : for Stunt Night. Some of the key. chose ham. etwjaage. and 1902 when American: want a* a fair theme. This Idea will to model in this ."",,1. The of the group major moneymaking tomboy" with Mary Moffct -
I committee Include, s e r Ip t, pancake a* their menu. Jimmy out and bought S3. million& ..t';' be' carried through all of the dres revue will be a joint effort project and ls. a very a* her oposite; the shy. very
scenery, make-up and east. Yarbrwugh. Jmnea Capell In 1947, there were 1OOO US. 4-11 activities during the fair. with the FHA. successful one. Cokes, candy,, feminine type. Marian Christ
I I Lath committee has' a I.ad.r and Ricky. Dodd really planned radio stations, today, there are> In the fair parade Wednesday Saturday. night the final gum cigarettes Ice cream, and portrayed one who .. "very
I which In turn meets with the their menu to fit their huge more than SOOO. Including the 4-H will be well represented night of the fair will be the the like are all Mid at The career-minded and wants to
I heed of the whole Stunt Night .appetites. They fixed bacon, AM and FM ALL the Their section willconsist highlight for many 4-Hen because stand. This year somethingnew be somebody* in the world.
t committee leader for that class.. egg and pancake. Joey Coke. plumbing neceaaary for the> of a car containing' the this U the night t"a- has also been added -. Karen urlock was her opposite
\ They make plan and discus Tommy Hugh, and James average bathroom. can be ear- outstanding girl and boy warda and presentation will coke' floats. They are mad. by one who think marriage
I what to do how to do It, and Langford musfve been hungry lied easily! by one person If a float **nd a car representing be presented.The the graip* own secret recipe and a family' are all any girl
how much) effort Is to be put ales a* they. prepared ham,.biscuits (Continued .on page 3-D) e* l club. "-II has worked hard to (Continued on page 5-B) should want.Mrs. .
In on.their 'Stunt Night program and egg Convene gave the girl.
After the boys completed' all some standard which they.
Since January the sixth the the cook...... they gathered around 196 ::D.JJ.S could use to evaluate them-
different committee. and their the dining tale and ate Jayvee.J Cager.J selves and discover what their
head have been meeting and their breakfast' Milk and coffee real values were. 'The girls
planning for what should turn were served with the meal discussed people they, admired'
out to be the most entertaining After eating, all agreed that the and considred' successful and
I Stunt Night program" put meal warn a auccea' and the why they were successful.EYerynnr L

un by this high school. rooking' excellent. COACH TOM .[vats seemed' to enjby
the Interesting' program and
: had many wondrrf-.il things.
think about and consider a Ss
result of the thought-timulat-
tall '

i 1 1 4' .r y r My .. After procram.a short. business sneel-
v wx *"- Lynn
f Parstyn adjournedthe '
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... .- TIlE ARCADIAN Arcadia, Florida Thursday January 1C, 1964 5-B
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w (Continued from page 1-B) the <<- 'grout .n inch iii'* rnffitth, or one
Prospectors continue to come. wife story of of Baby Doe. the girl feet high by the wagon trainsof Mystery font l in a year, and weigh oft

Central City is a story of the a recluse.a prospector who diedas the time. Oldtimer Picture (Continued from page 1-B) w.rc: : tttnchetl to the North pound. In some! northern states

past with alt the architectural Central The famous Teller house -- Thus, u Soviet .M Chairman
characteristics of the Rocky called City"the in richest the 1860'swas erected by Henry M. Teller The dashing young sadY; only once.' every five months. | << cstutltoheil in June three y<'rirs.Amaatntf ,
:Mountain square which stands opposite the Reg while the Undcr-aocrctory;: 1D60.
mining town; ItsVell's mile They ware civilian clothing -
on earth. Its tremendousgold man pictured here was
\ Fargo posthouse and its Later newspaper was finishedin mentioned alMfttt has always -- but they had iipreir.c I[
Teller House hotel and the at silver time deposits madeit 1872. This $60.000 structurewas born tight: in. down- been; m;. But. if Red China uuthority,. Th.:y took the lead
one the second REMOVE
saloons with their swing half of Colorado. city in those days a pretty pricy town Arcadia July 1". at-t. the Cnuui scat among nt niukin oi|ierational and nn+>-

doors, as this Is an image of the They tell the story of how hostelry. 1892. He id a graduateof the permanent members of the btlLtutiun! plane and In coin-
old West. The opulence of the the street in front A description of the town Security Council, then the sounding and manipulating'
of Teller
period Is seen In the small but House Hotel was paved with tells of the parlors as "perfect Southern College in Soviets wtiuhl have two Chairmen trtM>t'". The North Korean Major WARTS !

beautiful opera house which silver brick to welcome Presi- marvels of elegance, elaborately Busiqces, Education every five months. identified. twt, of these Itu:.-

runs a summer festival. a sort dent Ulysses S. Grant. furnished with the latest approved I and math was his best In this connection, I have sign .ulvnui us Ll. GenvrulVa'lllcv )
of American styles in walnut and head act:r as let nit interesting ( Compound DlsaoleeeCommon
Wexford. I told Here the rich men built a subject 11.'. been Colon.I Dolfiln.Vutiilirv .
Wexford Festival Director but cultural damask and carpets of the finest disclosure. Lt. General: A.'jn- he said, apparently Wart Away
centre with opera and concerned in a dozen( II lev was the Soviet Without Cutting or BurningDoctors
of course he knew more than theatrical stars Brussels. The piano a representative was In chug of all movements I
of the
I did of this place including at the day performing Knabe square Grand has great different businessesand on the Military Staff arroaa the 3!th pnrallol.' {,1 warn picking or cmtch
local opera in all of Committee from 1961 to 1930. line at warts may caws bleeding
house.In volume and richness of tone waa good R I tore is the second pucsaje: : ': rMilinff. Now amazing CotnM
1932 the theatre which its strings are clear and resonant them. I have a.I..tt r from the UNsujtng Thin. ,prisoner also .iid he | ural) W* penetrnl.Into. warts

EditorialCommentary had not been used for many as the finest steinway." He is married to a so. In that capacity ho nctuiilly heard G.t.cr.il V.i. .1-.1licv ilcMlruya t..ir..I.. actually melts
of the intervening since Each door was provided with former Georgia girl .R was Chairman: of the, Commit give the under to attack on ]! wart without cutting or
years (I Ia'1.:
tee ,
every fifth month und a 'inlea.. cnlnrlea.
the late the patent safety lock which June 23. ;i ihcti
1800's. turned Intoa and have
they one
nwnber fur used lIi.I..J.I..v
: tha entire: p.' iOt. | Compound an .
summer opera and theatre could not be unlocked from tho son, lie Is a Methodist I have also, u United States \\ wo observe how easily i I common wart" wifely
festival by the Central City outside. Guests could therefore Mason\ and Shriner. Department of Defense CivniTiilwiltcv apparently effectively I In'_ no ugly -.....
Opera Association. The revital lie down to peaceful slumbers: moved glum the UN Military\ !I
(Continued from page! 1-D) ized mining town present.both undisturbed by apprehensionsof If you can, Identify document| >r' dated 1.1 May IIKJ4. which Stuff Coiiiniittcv to lead the attack jl I ".
this Soviet ami ChineseCtanmunlst
It is a, problem that is Inex- an opera and a play festivalof getting their heads blown week's mysteryyou on the UN. and l how Vladimir 'I

tricably Intertwined with the the best legitimate stage off. or valuable: lifted by bur- write his name and North vuppurt of the Siiolnv moves" front usals! I I'II I
man Km
yours on a )ixMtal und un ult.uk on South
tax reduction bill which a- productions of them direct glars. Uint to tirumjrko to YOU GET
some K.. (ho itu;t CAN
mail, to Arcadiaru.\nd) be sure read the irt-j t me quote two pus- .
long with civil rights heads from Broadway. Central City had over 13.0OO you responsible| "pcmc-krc-plnn" ,fob
clues RELIEF
Mr.\. Johnson's domestic "must" Before going on to Idaho people in 1839 when Denver carefully! ,, stiSMMany Russian 'aJvlaoiV in tho UN alter U Thuiit himself FROMHEADACHE

legislation. Just as it did :Mr. Springs and Evans Mountain city (today over a 1.000.000)was ; one wonders' why our present PAIN

iKennedys. Some of the most we visited Look Out Mountainand hardly a village. The opera "' FIN4\" CI.UK !whey call fur substituting -

influential Senators. Senator saw the Lariat Trail. The house: was started In 1877 and "!tin work and' his hobbles the UN fore? of Sualov and' '' STANBACK five you FAST relief

Byrd for one, want assurance summit of Look Out Mountainhas built in a year. It was described And few things he do were ninny Nocatee News Vastlicv for cur own defense I IC'lIt.lblt from pains of headache, neurst la.
of economy in spending anda the tomb of William F. as the finest temple of the couMn't ; 'r! iMuritia.and minor pains o/ arthritis,
limitation on deficits before (Buffalo Bill) Cody a man Muses west of Missouri. It His Interests; were honored and enrich DIANK MO.YTGOMfcUYWe : .hiticiit us, (indeed, it' rheuirumm. Btcaute STAM8ACK

they will be willing to go whose people are said to have stood on the street appropriately And he was,a sporUnian too." are> glad to report thud dues' i 1 contamt several medicallyapprovedjnd

along with tax cuts. There is emigrated from west Cork. He named for a mining town .. the basketball team won Its| relief precnbe4 inredient lor fast

speculation now that passage became the famous Indian iuieka: Street. opening game against Arcadia PAINFUL COR] S4 conf ittencs.you can take StANBACK wild
Satiifactmn tuaranteed!
of the bill which 1s designed to scout, who rode the region One of the first operas produced I i \ 1 lust we.k. I AMAZING
T..f i dt
be retroactive on January 1- more than 73 years ago and there by local talent was t 11ev. Tom K. Capell has gone PAIN tTatvnara 3fr + .U

may be delayed until summer selected there his final resting Ilalfe'as Bohemian i Girl. John Science to Jacksonville toe ttrmi the RELIEVES AS i i irwu'W
TopicsConUitjed ,
thouch the Administrationhopes -Dl3ee. O'Sulllvan. the famous boxer. i : Florida. Baptist tv..mGCJilt.c: IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY .p..f s N
for a February passage.No I understand from Mrs. once staged a boxing exhibition convention. I N..1111. iN-.s:" '",.,,MI.... .. .... ere was

one should .underestimate: : Waring that he died and was there as did James.Corbett. '( from pa go 4-RY) waiC from tho American Instltut Mr. and: Mrs. Hugh Patrick .1 I....... ..... ........... .....r.nde. Mho. Me N
.... .. .... .
M\. r. Johnson's talents as a burled in North Dakota but Finally after yean, in which Ifa new li::hlwcljihtj plastic'' of Aeronautics and As- Mrs. Louis r hon. Mrs. Frank ok"I" 'Ia. "hw4ee \".....a......a.-NW..
strategist! his experience in the Coloradans went and dug the building wasnt Used its says TMOOTurna' &>> {Plastics tronauta. Proper aircraft Itngth. Kelly and nev. Capjll motored Ii I II
Iov.rnment: as Congressman him up in the 1930's and put owners gave it :to Denver Loulsvlllo. The drain e-.aste area and lift distribution and to TamPA !set Thursday. i 105 2ss onI Og/l

Senator (and Senate majority several tons of concrete over University as a memorial to -VCAnqnbly" In'tmopl"l- gross weight can slenifirantly Ituv. Wutvrs and IUv. (.'11I. I

leader: ) and us a very active him. his wife and child to the pioneers 'of Colorado.. The tlc welnhi :only M i j |MninuXcompared reduce the noise and il..im mi IK-H went to .lu.1.41101 t .'rld."

and well-informed Vice President prevent anyone ever digging reopening of an annual opera with. abo'ul 250 Prom the booms the rrportays. In rather material for the Mm- '"
has been extraordinarily him up again. Pahaska Tepee festival has become the outstanding pounds for (he .usual metal A boom pressure of 1 between ."l.rlol Hooth at the fair.Mr Announcement

wide. And those who know Museum shows the authentic event of each summer pipe' and Attings.i '' one and two poun,.s Q.l Louis relton Is u;> after
him best stem unanimous in relics: of Buffalo Bill and the' season. SOniC D Q 0 M. aj major .(,tare. foot is considered: I ucreptabltf his Illiu-m' .

saying that he will bring unusual Indians: of his time. In Central City we went 'to operational prebfem for supersonic 3T.MNl.lSS' :!>> lire' .J. I). MrCwmuVk and Tr" rielaa' Equipment Cam

strength of purpose and Back In Central City we Teller House bar to see the transport planes which S1&.M: wire U better than silk Mrs Curl' Smith went to S.ir- party Is pleated ta anneunee 1 t

decision to his office. went to see the local newspa- famous face on the bar-roam inai..tcsvci jtt.tlvee tlinva the: ihfrad to rejoin sutured nerves u..I... Tucmlny. the appointment. ef M,. NelllTyre
WHAT YOUR DIMES per published on the second floor, which Is the subject of speed of sound can M solved reducing inflammation and Sorry to hear of Mr.. CJ.ir-, ,
CAN BUY fluor in one of the two building an equally well-known ballad. with careful design, lays. .fc to- earring, according to the University rttt's Uln( s.Vu hope slic'II as their Bale n..

What is more pitiful than a that withstood the great There. Irene Waring and myself of Ilothnter School/ of swim lie w.ll.: ,.......u". In this area fee

child born with some crippling fire of May 21st. 1878. The had the dearest two shotsof _o'r Medicine and Dentistry And sr' II Clyde r. Euctinart left Farm and Industrial equlp
other is Teller House. Irish whiskey in many a passing a aO-mlcroumpere negative Thursday fur New York and
defect while ?than What a' la more whoae worth The KegUter-Call weekly dsy. They could only be described DHS Students; r ; electric 1 current through then on to his new ..,-...rul1C'nt mint. . cause -
Is to prevent and to purpose find newspaper has a wealth of ancient as nips and cost S3.6O. (Continued. frogs paga .ji-B) "tho, wire further lessens>> Inv In France lie had .spent the N.lll Is a recent graduate ef A_....."'..alrfwln. A,rl ul.
type including thirty"case. Out this clip could not spoil flammation researcher say past twenty ciiiyj! h re with lure Celleae and .1.. has sempleted" Jerm Deere ,.....r)"
cures for the 600 kinds of envi- I
and. are r.ally'erY eood. if his w.fr, .
wooden training.C
of hand carved the glory of Colorado. : Joyce and f-imlly ,
ronmental and heredlatry defects letters which today are museum : haven.1, tried on* >.|. be SNOWFLAKES are not froten ;...ta., Nelll fer all year farm equipment suds Phase
of the central nervous value. We saw the Grub-stake Inn sun yvu do before t the, fair water like hall or sleet but j WA ..101.
pieces rare .
system and skeletal structure the mining museum the oldest ends Saturday nlfhl. ; Isry growths of water vapor f Shrinks Hemorrhoids
The Central City Register as ,
which are known to exist? drug store which boasts of 99 "'. formed around' minute partic-
These questions and their It is now the called is still pot-belUed furnished years of honourable dealings. ritA *,: Ira.ln the air such as dust clay Without Surgery j Fields Equipment Company
by large FAln.EXHIBIT
obvious answers are most per- And the Golden Coin the onlyso or minerals explain meteoro-
tinent now. For during: January stove of the 70's. Most of the called original saloon In the With red -as 'Ihrir main color. lugists at the U. S. Weather Stops Itch-Relieves Pain Highway 17 S.

The National Foundation machinery was several taken up thousand to the town. the FHA .girls. ha>. tUcceeded' U.rcau. The intricate and un- ,...the arse'1.........his feedaweh..1ee I Zolfo
-March of Dimes is con-: gold; town > v. were amusesd to see In In producing st'veryallractlw: ( duplleated patterns.ef "ntoldJ..mtlcera a.Nt.Iw with th...- Sprint, Florida

ducting its annual drive for this former goldrush town eyecatching: blbtt.\TSr main' of sno wflakta depend sa.Wa tuN.a.ie add abase.. *.!!..a..ara.a*. rate -. .ea.r........
funds. The organization is still with Its rough and tumble life, theme of )he exhibit I k rEdu* tin the random manner lawtilth _rr.ry. !. .se att..o' wble. JOHN DEERE
concerned caUonKy, to:'the Future4 ,Trie water p..d.. r.Iiei.e wad
with the polio pro- Babson Report vapor molecules pass e.w
a place; of continuous entertainment the. f.h'et. 1..a ., 11 ; Sales Service
blem which the for point site aid rnost l I. 'Stayin attach themselves to the Ice e) pl.
was reason
._. .
from ..f a'l' --ale ...se is.r .
'Its creation. But now. due to open noon to nightall Schoor. ,tMarian Chrfst. Ea- nucleus aa well m* lli. air temperature epa ,..,_tf.,.". ..... ..,_...... "
the wonders of the vaccines, (Continued from page 1-B) the year called "The Gilded hlblt chairman, and her committee .e.ti. +eafa .Ilk. -P,... k... ItUflj N Continental Engines
whole country including Garter. ) Terry ftreedfov Mary when they fall k. .tak!<.1.! Tile vurr.. Is. a sow
that problem has been largely .... _
Dell and the Independents Burtacher pat Pins and Harriet TENSE? TltUBLEO Rock Ii.a..StS. I Dr'41_ Ma flow & Berkeley Pumps
solved. So the emphasis has _". .l e,1.1.,._.. ee.en5. .
been shifted to birth defects with long-distance COyv.... Jaaup hav. done a very men rock, says Dr. Carl I D. la.tre1..This..t..a..I.a..e.il.
The telephone industry has good 'Job '01M U ou.. asa (U ..ppeuep.5.I..ea /.**. Irrigation' Systems
and Its Marts. professor of .
overall philosophy Is of the orthopedic ..u.d ,..,....... 11_. At all. 4...
been fastestgrowing
found in the telling phrase one Throughout( the wok rICA surgery, Indiana University -....... Invi*
of them and I expect OMC
all. member "have Mrved as hoatesse -
still further expansion In this Hj Neighbors Medical School.. Th chle' MOWS* TnUCKS
What do your dimes buy. In I he' booth to answer ._ .
The list Is Impressive For one field as our population fana std'"' fair visitor" tutions about benefit of a rucking chair hej i : -- --- --

thing, they help to pay for out. Also, Innovations that 1A FHA. ays.. la that It gently stimulate

research and special treatment mean more efficient service muscle contraction thereby ,

center. 7O In number which more time savings, and more RfYuc, newt Improving I peripherallimb I IC.
convenient will be constantly
are located in more than eo Last nlgltt) appro*Una Uty' 40 Revival
) circulationthe
of "the nation's S3 medical developed over coming years.A girls' enrolled )in the Jmme rcw.nomlca Services

schools some of the schools FINAL WORD FORINDEPENDENTS fl.....' at DM9. 'bed I

have two. For another the a chance to show off the garments

Salk Institute for Biological It should be kept In mind. they have .been makingIn .

Studies was recently openedin that while the big Bell companies cUas. everything fiom short Old l
San Diego and is in the process serve most of the Urge a. to for malt was modeled In the

of completion. For a third cft,,,, the Independent phone style revue held M connection Calvary Baptist Church

there is a very real hope that companies serve nearly twice with the fair. Theme of the revue i.

research and experiment will as many Individual communi- was Signs In Faahtooa and .

perhaps fairly soon, produce an u... Most ef these firms are used the sign. of Ov) Zodiac

.omnitua vaccine that will protect locally owned and contribute for the bck.,.,..... Tae revue J. .., l EAST OAK STREET

against all the viruses directly to the economic welfare "The,,. there, dear dent was narrated by Miss Cantrell.
To give one more statistic', of their area*. They have cry-saaybe ta serrw yev'll In charge of setting, up the I r r } JANUARY 19 26 7:30 EACH EVENINGDR.
there are 11 w it ion cases of a built-in monopoly for their stag were Connie McCermtek.
ssh the right bettede t get' \
arthritis and rheumatism, crippling districts which' almost no other y break fa s4t- Carolyn Era... Karen Guard. A sued last I. a Man _..
and agonising among the industries possess. For the > Kathy Converse and, PaUy w..le r, yell Mere than half

people of this country And reasons given above my mvestment .wait.... Mar. I
'your dimes ----- ------ -------- RAY E. ROBERTS
go to help fight sense .baa always -------- -- I

this scourge. drawn me toward the Independents.

So give your dimes give, But be careful .. Evangelist
them U you can, by the hand- Investigate before you take any -- .
.fuL "actio ,. One Friend Tells .
--- -- .. Executive Secretary Baptists/ '
Another In Ohio

Sbl ell, WANG Pr.
It's Time For : This .Is Dr. Roberts Third Time' To w

} Conduct Meetings' For Pastor OrdtnRice

on your dial. Ycur SpringApplication 1 I {j''i In Arcadia.'

of AI'L "'
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p.: =-..1.--e.- a ........ ..., .... ...... g

s; e ::::. a ..-.. ATUNOAV CHANOCj. $ Fertilizer b
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I... ...... ---. a ... ----. a ---- BULK PRICES ON FERTILIZE AVAILAILE
.. w-w a. asst Ie ...... I Mr. James W.
e_ Carraway
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11; =-- =.7 M a..e. j ji ssrau: z= j S6Sp", Ton .7 w M,. Carraway l I. Among Th. Top In {
.., y- y- I 9. 20 Ton Minimum;
i .s-- mKm? -------- ,iX v-a-.i**.r -- ,, Ton Minimum; .. Tha ffaM' Of l..an.U.tlc. Music In

Las *.* ... Prices Tha Southarrt" .
t4B T1rdMOjflDAr -,- : Include! preoder ServiceTINSLEY'S Voprlct' Convention,

*+- ..... ...CHANCES r 1:.. t"-sT -=- ca... ,. Having, 14 Th. Music In Th. Convention

T\la.GAY CHANGES 1: SIS, aSSM. > tat..saa. i La, t Ch irch
Baptist ..
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CHANGES ;I q.,..-=-=.: -'enw :
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1 All .,...... u-.. AN ...jeq ..e ca..e- i 22 SoutH Orange Av*. 1iO' t y.L VVA" 9-3201 ORDEN RICE, 'PastorI


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6-B TIIE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida, Thursday,. January 16, 1964

or BUDWEISER Tab Tops .viscoseTHROW: $199 \U1 lT.i1'1 I11i l; ; i +. .i r 3
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6 PK. 12 ounce 99c DISH. ',TOWELS $100 i L ':T f'l\I\Ur -I l" .. Jl J.. .,.:

cons ..S pak.., packag i .\ j t\ I \ j : r'l. \ .. "\ ,
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Pries Effoctlvo January 16 Thru January 18 Halves or SlicedPeaches -.. r1n A Tomato PineappleGrapefruitDrink Tomato ,
Arcadia, Florida Cockiflil 1 Catsup Juice "' ? .
Quantity Rights R=..OIlJY +to ,. ..... r, u. .'. _l*r..**. l ..,: z '

Fresh PORK LOIN 4 Limit"a Cans 21h Fear $loo A 4 3s tans 3 $)00 g iz.: $|oo 5 32 tams es. $i<*? 4 J"!..-$100- ;i i i

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Rocist Libby's Libby'sGarden Libby's li"y's, bi;s ,:.. .
MoLt."tt v....or Tomato Style Sweet COM Sty. or Wbolo Koratl .. Cut_ ,. .Corned..It. ,. ',t.:;....". ... ..

Whole or PORK and Beans' Peas Corn Beets83d2 A4 I'b'ol .'

Ri bHalf' 4 3 C 303 Cons 303 $$100A l2 vL ilobUaftTkro .
:a..s..s. $
9 $100 6 Limit Six: $100 7 tans loo Gu
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I /Jut,/{.oJut ep& Libb 's Ubby'sCorned, la1JLy's Libby's _.i LW, *: .. ,
I Moat Balls AndSpaghetti BeefHash ViennaSausage Jr". .i. 1"c. .+.
Fancy; Georgia Sweat Sloppy JoePotatoes P D.m. lnBolalo

s 24.1. 15'11.1. 2 151 Cana, .r. $100 *" r do' 4 1 l)00 3 Cams. $))00 5 ) ,
: .W tin last:
3 'I'bs. 39cCAu ,
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.. .. : Evaporated Milk i"c.; .IlfIJ. :
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5 79c
B.J j : ;:" 3z "
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fancy Sno BaD .3 -
Mayonnaise. UIIIit 0.
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Cauliflower ,. L I
H.w 29c t t COMET tJack .I'y. .
Fa.cy Ail P...". .. .rJ,, Na i
Mackerel 1 25cApples
Tali tray
h' : ;; : liVe :.-vA.OR ,-;a, .>VVV.hShortening V." l lA BLUr BAY i .

Fancy Crisp SIoIIc. .,. Chunk Tuna 5s10d:; 1 i

Celery S's3C:I 1O C I ... .. ..
"!t.{! DEE?SOUTH"'APU.w.S. iWry.Ploo""" ?U Pooch I IO"J.
\ ri--: r : I, _, _'_: With $5_qr Atore Orc eroo Preserves 1; : S UooItOLTkMIQo. 1
DIXIE DARLING EorkM Saadwfch 3Z' W';

FARAUIOUSE Frozln t t !!fIjI 27 r 4: C I
Cream $
{ Pies . 3 (for ) GBMMMOTwirls '.0'I
BIRDSEYE jj 1 1' .' 3'.... $190 I
Green Peas 5 for slob) : :
UACXIN! GOOD ? .r1'?
French; J : J 'rait flit? With $5 at M.oie OrJtr .FOOil 1 C ki 20 ox.SU* 39cr
Fries .*
4 ; 51))00 ..- .r' 3gJWD .a. ,r '

1 r AJBT"obfr.Jy..ferdLhlMmtrns. 5'f.for $1))00 ; / b BRAND .. E.CARVE E ." 19 t
lAOftTON, Frotan' Spashttt l. anj Moat.r 11 w Pork feet e.e. .
Macaroni & Cheese 5P1cs.)00) .. lb. 6" 9( Ppr J.t Loin\" Roast- .: : .;. '.. .. 4 I

MHTGHfroaM .-: II RoostLARGE Pork utt -'Roast .' 3.2f .

Meat Pies . 5 fer $ PorkNeckBones; ..-.:. ?sw I
ASTeI Ji .
"" a.,1/ | RAIN R..... .u -

Grape Juice i '. .5 wa $))00 II Gi.wt- (retmr WI!; I le tat R np Half PALM Sliced IlYR t Bacon rr : -*. 55C Mfa .:

SUIIEnl Crall.Ae fIHw. ."' .", a..".. .. '.. ,LAMBi '........GS Sliced. Bacon' tt. .....,..- *. 47.
> < rraRRAIr hits.thiaiin a.&Si..Y.r R+lok.t P.tA :
A EGGS 2 Del. $1 00 S L r. .49c Boneless.Roast:; : %. 69c
,I I. 59c lb. w-0 IhIAHO calla id
i SID FASMOM MtLOCheddar ... Plate! Stew fc.TAM40VTS J9ct '
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Cheese ." .. -,:.... ,., .-_ 59'-- 1.IIt-.1.Skinless i. .....Wieners i .. '.. t-:'.;. 4, 5

Baked Ham .. .. .' 6'..
sojareAjopjrALUE ... ..
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C.t !a KM,fit. T.r. s41 4 C..k 4 S
: Tooth Pasto 69c5C >sak H. a ti Bag Sausage ., ...IL .
+wn o t na cw+o.w. era c ceNU.IIa"S J, ':1 ...
II SKced Bologna) t .2iJ
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,. j r I' ; =EXTRA:::TOP::..-VALUf===STAMPS a..t, 50__EXRA......11....YAIiI....+..........RAMPS..... SO__EXTRA.x....;
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Se1ies Of"' Check- : Pages !IstBrwrfrit I .. Yt* Ejch'.W..I: Jfcrotjf< )h hei, .Cooperation Of These ,Public Spirited Business

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Sorrellf ,.. Pdckjru&. ,. ; Peace River Moving' & Storage

Packers, and?Shipper of Citrus Fralta _JArcadia. Local and Lang Distance MavlnflAnywhare


.. - OF OOD CHURCH 2S K. Oak. St. WA SSillBrantley'a
y VI.y..r", iL School 10.-OO ..me 9:00: ...... Choral Eucharist
Morning Service 11.-OO ajn : 10:18: ..m. Holy Communion
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'" .. JPC THURSDAY and Sunday SchoolWEDNESDAY
Y. P .J:. 7:JO p.m. I
W' T..win" & Son Plumbing, Cc.Plembing tOO a.m. Holy Communion Gulf Service

:: l ftcptle f. Tanks FORT OODKN MKTHODIS1 ,., : BJO: a.m. Spiritual Healing. Friendly SarvUaLybrkatlan .
... ...
....*' -"Service Part .CHURCH
814 N. Braver* i wit ti4tf: j ', SUNDAYS'ilfta.j. CHURCH OF'bAY JKSUS CHRISTLATTER .. Tlraa Battarlea
School 10:00 ajn.Mornlnk SAINTS
-1.- Service 11OO ajn.VEDNESDAY Sunday School 10.00 a. an.Arcadia 1 N. Bra ard WA ..1'SI
f t. ,\ Womana Club
Prayer+ Service JO p.m. '' 8acramenMeeting too p.....
'OdI ... .: 1y Jew Corlea Head llratlrnlon

........ .' FORT OOOIN BAPTIST I1TjqP THE CHURCH OF CHRISTCarner E. T. Smith Hardware Co.

Pirie CHURCH 1. .. Hickory. and Whlddan Pittsburgh Sun Preaf Paint Sale ,.,...
Restaurant ,
Point ; Y
Rev 4. N. OllbreathSmUMy1 F ,
/ School 10 ..m. ", (E; SUNDAY IS..' par sal.Ian

John. .A. Mesh....han ./ -Morning Worship 11 ajn.Training Bible School 1000 ajn.Morning ...."'n. Raela, ... .I....)
"Ba A Good N.lgh' ';;' :: ,Union 6JO: p.m. PICTllB Worship ll.OO a.m. t4 Oak SU WA S-M71
Evening Worship 7:JO pjn. 1 Evening Wonhlp 8:30: p.m.
Evening IHblw Study Tie:
M7Hstfv *, 7:JO b.m. pm.
We Invite YOU to worshipwith

,. '.' .. .... 80UTMSlbC( -BAPTIST 4. us.FIRST. Rot! orts Grady Funeral Home
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Hlllsberewgli Avenue I 1I ASSEMBLY OF aDD f4 Hour Ambulance SarvUe
Office' Ph. .14g1. ..... S'U4 1 SUNDAY8unJa3
Gulf Naval Stores Company SUNDAY School 9:10: ..m. 101 N. .,.v.,. A".. WA .tt.>4101

] Sunday School 9:43 ajm Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.
N cit.. .rld. Sar4 L t t
"' Morning Worship 11:00 ajn. It.I And you're SUNDAY
Training Union S:1S frjns \ looking at it right now. Evengetfsti.> Service 7:30: pm.

Evening Worship 7JO pjn. .t 4J' '' Most people wee their pfc- WEDNESDAY.
WEDNESDAY Prayer and ('..1.. Service Sill Kelly
tutee In the
paper rio nl.CALVARY .
Mld-Week Worship : pji I r t\. th.,.'..done 'omthin.) .. -p. 10 '".." Kaearlanae In Llvesteak.

Ceurteay ef Va.r NOCATSB, CHURCH OF OO 1 Ii But not 11 f "APTISTCHURCH / Dsalar and Ordar .",.,

.' ; SUNDAY 'Y.v., I reatethdone'anything; Hlgnway. 7O last Sear tOO Araadla WA S.SMt
Friendly Shell DealersWho Sunday:! School 10:00: ajn. ... .I # Not ; I .
] Morning Worship llOOajn.Evening : ( .f R.V, Or.. nl... Pastor
Also H."dl.ouo S ra f IJtit. otif of the** dayrf SUNDAY .. .
; OoedyasrTlraa : Worship 7:X1 pjn. t '
TUESDAY :w' I'm flrblnk tb do "lota of Sunday School 9:43: ajn.Mnmirg .

and r: ,Battarlac' : ,....7ft' Service- T.SQ' P..... + ,""r.;,,";,'"' 'd thing Riff thln>Tt. Cirat Worship ll.OO: ..m.
T11t11tSDAYYoung : thins Why 1 might even" Training Union SJO: pjn.Evening. The Arcadian
1K r/ Tie : r People Service 7:3' p..cMOCATSS .Worship 7:JO p.m.
be Prmident of the UnitedataijianM ,Th. .
; WEDNESDAYPrayer : Far Finest In QMSItPrinting)

-:- --B APTJ ST. t ......"..,.., ..... j .')j" .'.. ..- )day.-. > to" r. !_l.rvlc. TOOSKTHIL .. "'.'Ot, W.d Oak Street .
Nocatee r Cities: 'Service'f ryl CHURCH : R'ant .to know wfiy"Mf-
Cities ..rvle.. Products. .'< SUNDAY : .. d P fcture'. In the },'pare \.f IiIIONAhY M...... Flarida, WA ..'14'
iFlartlna '''' 1' School St4S ...... r' f4+. J BeNui. rm one of mil- BAPTIST CHURCH
Meats Groceries
lea Ban ] Morning Seat Cyaraaa Sb ANarlH
Tackle Worship. 1140: ua.. / JfoM of younir (er. who Rf.ro A"..
Union er43
N.atssrla| . ,. WA ; _"f EvnMg Worship 7:45 pjn.P..... f" S t ne.d. to grow up with ..SUNDAY
: .. '-.'., J : faith, fortitude character, Sunday rUhool 9:4: $ a.m. Van PeHen & SonFuneral
FIRST;,; 8-CHURCH .: / t 'And w. 'born and girU Morning Worship ll.OO ..aa. ,
? ; Evening. Worship. 73O::
Re.s Sh.pjard Bryan want )"oti te WEDNESDAY: Home
N. Polh 4.,. Hlakery '. .-5 5seed
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Charrh next
SUNDAY 4 Sunday Prayer Service 7;JO pm.BROWNVlLLK 104 I. Oak ... WA taaalLoithley .
DeSoto National Bank 'to bring ua with you '
Sunday School Ml: .... .
.f Arcadia Morning Worship llOO a n.TrsliOaji wr BAPTIST .
] Union 8:-4. p a.Evening CHURCH
Serving DsSete Cewnty WHnPreareaslve W"nlb'li j s-oo pxo. SUNDAY'
.. J Farm Service' Inc.
Sunday ftahonl 1000 .
Banking .._ 1M7 ...;WEONCSDAY! Y : awt.Mining *
Alld-Week Service 730; pjn.NOCATKK .ltlfIJ! < Worship 1I4 am.Training V..., "PURINA" Dealer
: Union SJO ..... .
OardeM and Fern eeaaliee
; Evening Worship' 7'M
METHODIST ... s pjn.
OHUROH I WEDNKXDAY S4 .. .,.".r. Arcadia WA'S.S211
4151m4 R'rL.r Ai 1/sied" .,' St.wJrx tltt
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Prayer Ulble 7 JO
SUNDAY study : pin T.",., St. PMnta Oerda N.,1 Str1
Lefebvre Electric Service Co. Sitaday School I(MM ...... Bandar Moadsy Te *day. w........,.. ..hrLsp Friday' ,..(.rear ARCA014
Morning Worship! 11:00 ,.m. I Kbia* ,,1 CkrentrUe PMHMZHOlf lt.".... z..-.... n Sb .rkaa4w ii r.... RIVlVACTABgRHACLK'
lleetrltal. I Svaellee .. A Serv eeMeter Youth Servic 139 pia. I'a..aer "a.e-n Ua1.U q 4al&-I. laa-'I. .ll4.llNORTH
If 4 W. Oak StreetUndenownlnallonal
A Pump Repair. ,. ..WWWESOAYPrayer
roil Ooapet
S W. Matnella. WA ..ue, ServiC'e' 7JO. p.m.FIRSTCHRISTIAN .. Sunday Sch>vl 10 09 am.Merntag Sunny South Packing Company. I
V Worship' llJtxJ ajn.prayer I
tact Mg/Stro.t. !Is Villa.. Rla4BretHar BAPTIST CHURCH Pelk and Oleeen Service 7:JO p.m.TRINITY I
M. Bv narSUNDAY (M.mkf al 4i..etHBaptist .. ( i SUNDAY
_"........} SUNDAY8aaswUy Sunday, School t,4J: .... METHODIST
Taylor Superette Bible. School '::45 a.... STC Mertft. Hlll.. *..erew... A".. School" loe ajn.Morning Marnlng Worship' U.oo .... CHURCH
W. Morning, Worship HMS: ..... Arcadia. Florida W rstu>,IIXX1 ajn.Training .. II.Y"Ja. .:M pjn.Evening Wae Oak ... at Ora*e Awe,
Hickory WA S>WIhero Junior Clturch 1O-4S .... (Weekly Schedule. .f Serrlcea) Union a J4 p'". B rvtt. 'JO pjn.Oettage R.v.. Raymond, Hayee Futtell'f Frozen Food Center
W. Featare,PIIC.ALWII End Youth M.etlneT **O p.- ,. r', ,,SUNDAY ... __ Evening: Warship 7 JO pm. TUESDAY SUNDAY
EventM: .Worship. 7JO pm Sunday School .::41 .-._ WEDNESDAY! Prayer MeetingT9e unday.. Behnol _4J ..... Cwttlra. Wraae4..e; Irs.has. .
.. Sic, Daye A Weekl '" WEDNESDAYMldWeek Monttng W""r*lp II:OO .... Prayer Service' 7Je pjn. .... Morning Worship IKW: am. c...... P.." Let Beef
Prayer ftervfc Tr i Iatn4 U..... ejo pjn.ETaoln WEDN1MOAYPrayer. Jkirr O: /4 pm.Evening Far Ye.r> L...... ar Heme Freeaer
.e a00 pia.TIMPLI WnrOrp toe axm.WEDNESDAY gat CHRISTIAN v tree. nre being SCIENCE held Waft Meeting TJO ... TIIW1WDAYEvening Worship' 7iOO 1 pm. Came,... Pfeld Read WA S.4Ut

.A I8T..CHU..Cf4 Prayer Meeting and Bible ln(.rma| group of Ck/laUan ... Prayer Servtee7OO --
w.'BU4' SkateS Roofing Co. Menu tie,n. ... sends 1M ...... Bet.rau.t..w& Bwndar morning. OOO ,..-.
a ., 41 o'clock In ..... VTW Hall. Rev Re*art J. Jenneengaat
c....... ....,... ........ A. C. ..-. It..... OAK HILL BAPTIST CHURCH on. .gust Cyprrae au-.epfOe. ) Oak ...... FIRST' PNNSS YTIRIANCHURCH: Smith's X-C.i Store
; SUNDAY MV the water fewer AU M- Pnena WA 5.500)SUNDAY
i Baa 'SSA WA S..11Mw. :Sunday Schebl IAM'mMernlnl .. W .SUNDAY.wnday artwwl IftOO aun.MemlAg ternUed are matt rerdlaay. lnvltwg .. Oeeeetfe CNp'.' Hall" F Ht........ "..... Ranak. Sepalle. .*
.........: N.so.cr' S rrtrei ll$* ..... worship' i I eo a gar se att.nd.ARCADIA aNA. KraedratC. SM am. SUNDAY I
1:........ a>i ha 7:JO ... Tratntn' Unfcui ejO pjn.Evening ..unit ay aWhee-L. ... am.MarnmaT Swnday School .49 .IlL Saddlae ......ro BrMlaeWA
.. WEDNESDAY: W nhl,. T=JO ..... SEVINTN.DAYADVENTIST Wss..... II ... Mmlr Wemhlp' IIAO. am.Evening S.41.t Ill W. MagnelUDo ..
M : Wer.M.. Toe ..... .
...,er Meeting.73O ..- WEDNESDAY.CHlRCH CHURCH Evening; worship 744 pm.prerer .
Prayer ..... 115 pm. Paetar Malen 4. Lereve TUESDAY E......" llervlreWEDNKJIDAY
First Fe4er f Savings & Loon I ST. PAUL* CATHOLIC SIS S- HMaery S4 Ph,... Meetang.. tae ..... :
Aa.ocl.o11. of.S.to. County I I \.M..... sag W11W4_ M..*e.r at ..Mia A... sabb.tb Brt.el yz. La ....
.......,.. Man-. T end II aWmhday ...., Rev. R..art L> .rN. Peeler .?Iawn.. ..,....., *T. PLEASANT BAPTISTCHURCH ig Henry'sH
I. Arcadia At 43.(0./ Big ac- .1a. am M11mAYct. Qaarsn. s.rvi.. II a.m.w1K1DAY PINg CIVIL at M SHILL SERVICE. fAetenvealle "
Cleak. WM Tne c..a.e.aoJW .. lad Sunday : ...& 1*0) oVjn.Mamlng '; CHURCH S.rvlt+b .........., .In .... *
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Madam 1 M avjai.. 794 R e.lrln. .1
WarsaWp 1 < Prayer Meeting ; paw. Std) SWndey. a< O e meexkUr -
Willie .,...... .......... w

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or.ori.aabd Pred saeMr4w iaj AU.i Ylrea IftttK A FRIEND TO CHURCH WITH YOU Yiw WIt htJI teRklitrForltDerrrS I Wood's Super Market

-...... Gr..i.g TIre NeFe+y I M wb.. J ... "FROG. .*.....den4 OreaareAs

........ WA .-...41AjcoeKd *... Or** Oalty je ..... .. 7 a...s.Frtdaya ..
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ARCADIAN..... Arcadia Florida Thursday January 16, 1064I' t
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Here's an opporfunitvj J) '
'to stock your pantry,":"
'shelves high, with a ,
fine variety of ualifY.I.G.A. _P ,. .
n n I: ;Canned: Goods. Buy 1.
OVEN FRESH ,Royal Guest canned ; '
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+ foods now sold at

i Pr10c; CANNED 00 0 OSSIliE''Z !, !'t .your EKT.B.Y,',I; I.G.A.: :' RIGHTS I CASE BUY:

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