The Arcadian
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 Material Information
Title: The Arcadian
Uniform Title: Arcadian (Arcadia, Fla.)
DeSoto sun herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: DeSoto County Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Arcadia DeSoto County Fla
Creation Date: January 30, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- De Soto -- Arcadia
Coordinates: 27.2175 x -81.86 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Jan. 9, 1925).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579554
oclc - 33424602
notis - ADA7400
lccn - sn 95047230
System ID: UF00079901:00005
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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i Three Classes To Vie For HonorsAt D.ILS Stunt Night Saturday l9 : ::1

The VHS Student Council class declined the invitationto omore skit were Steve Lewis, and seniors are just as confident then under the 8-12 system. vival until last year the !senior- l r

sponsored annual Stunt Night participate.The Rupert Smith. Cherrie Den- that they will have the That year the junior class, classes have won t h.. prise gy 3i rt
will get under way SaturdaY'nicht. i ;
Feb. 1, in the high school three classes now participating mead, Phyllis Clement. Helen winning skit. sponsored by Mrs. Green, won money The! each OilS year.Student Council; (
auditorium. This year only : are all old-profes- Bretton. and Ann Fletcher. The history of Stunt Nightat first prize of $ O.OO and the
uses this annual Stunt Night I
three classes will be participating sionals in Stunt Night having Master-minding the story were DeSoto High School date senior class came in secondfor as their one fund-raising pro rh \

; sophomores, juniors, performed for three and four Steffony Wells and Marian back to the school year 4)< $25. ject. From tho proceeds they 1

and seniors. years. Christ. 1956-57 when it was Introduced Abandoned for a year or two, award the prize money and
All classes are invited to Last year the sophomoreclass Now juniors this year ]..atyear' Into the school by Mrs.\ Stunt Night was revived by the use the balance of the' money
and the decision to
winners are working Eva Green, girl's physical education Student Council as a mon.ymaklne for the improvement of the
take part is made by a maJority walked off with first :
hard on another -
prize-winning director. At that time project by Hugh Martin high school in campus bcuutiflcution -
vote of each class. The place and a fifty dollar prize. script: they hope. only four classes participated'aince then president of DHS and purchasing ncr..led -
eighth grade and the freshman Prominent in last year's sophI However the sophomores the school:system was student council. From the ret equipment.



I J t I Womack Named Manage.r

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I\Ir r. For New eye Operation-

Serving The Hub of South-Central" Florida" 1 Central' Transformer Corporation lit,-.ii, -, uivl, .enable thm to bu.ld l lu furco did the construction of
r his announced that u5Mthousand mure complete lino. of houclrntmntttl t he Arcadia plant and accord-
I ,
I > dollar expansionprogrum ", transformers and''ng to Newcombe. the Dt IW
,. SIXTEEN PAGES 10 CENTSr'ndla.. DeSolo County Florida. Thursday January 30 198Volume .
r XXXX No. 18 will ..nmtvtline power: transformers. I rut would constructed like
i. toward the end of I'rbruury. The Varro Stel, Corporation S he local plant The local buildIng -
According to llert N.wcomb*. of Pine UUift. 'has been awui, ilel I! is a welded steel frames

Arcudw C JC Manager. the th- .01'J i cot the con- second with aluminum shoeing -
:'::J new plant will be I lucatrd 'in truct'>'n t *In VI' sew plant t ,

Win 3 Move Delano. Calif.

Bulldogs :: Uelbf'rtVon1a'k., .*..i titU; ..... ...--.......... "
-;. 'f p r manager ..th..t Arcadia plaui.\ ,:
has been named m..nait. i o:
t'I"I"I"w the new California. ini>'..:ta> .. '
II t
Nearer turn. Newcumbe also told th.
Second '
Ridge .
Arcadian T. J. Newcunibo, ', rii. rwe
will b* moving' tu live" Call*
.,. ,' brute! pUnt in .hargo! ut t< .t. i
DeSoto High Bulldogs cid. A victory over Okeecho- TueMlay night Jim I Yar- lug and Inspection mast I. ilrr! r

moved a step nearer successful' bee next Tuesday night: coupled brough led the scoring with 26 :l> r McAlluter U being tr u.crca. l
i1tne< '
ence1 basketball title this week. would clinch the championship the evening and George Lati- 4 ,... ..:,t\Jti.. \. ;.' others from Centrals ctk ,"'
The.. Bulldogs won three conference for the second straight mr hit 14 and placed a stout ., t i U tion will bo ti.nl.11I"-cut
games Clewiston 82- year. game under the boards with ; plans wets nut WMlcU.'\ & tiyNvwctimbe.

t7, Avon Park 09-38, and Final game of the season will Yarbrough. ''l. ..
Frostproof 73-58. be against second place Se- The Jayvee won the preliminary <,' 'Central Traiistwrmer ha" 1 a
The victories give the Dull. bring In Arcadia Friday Feb. clash with Clewiston been considering H West. C .oslInslMlUUuu a
dogs a 10-1 Ridge mark and 7. A los for the Bulldogs In 4133. tar J tar .1| ynNewcomb :
a 15-1 overall record. either or both game this week ,* _kt 'It will ru< ti tS
While DHS was winning at could make the Sebrlng .
encounter able ua to give better .crvk:
i .
Clewiston Tuesday night Se- : an all deciding: one. 1e to present cualwfueis 'and sri .

bring Ionic over second place The Ridge Tournament the large our sate in the Ur w..1 t tiHUiun '$et1t 'gr
In'' the Ridge loop with a 6146 following. week has been set Special City Oalil. .la located -i I'' .
r win over Frostproof. Se- for Avon Turk on Feb. I 11, "renl un..ly' 160 tubas noutt.

bring,has an 8-3 league mark, 13. 14. 15. .<') f. k k.POLITICAL of ...... Angle' near Sl.nk.rl*
two full games behind the The group tournament will Election Set field. The plant will l>4'> U ouL
Uulklos and Frostproof dropped be held in Arcadia on Feb. 28- : ,'.. half as large us Cenliul't Ar-
to third place with a 7-4 29. If the Uulklogs win .th.. t iid la intallaliM'. said will employ
reci4 d. the regions I tournament sil:>o ,/. about :U.
With three games yet to ...iII'be In Arcudla. The date. To Fill Vacancy t .\..! "f'. the Arcadia CTC; plant .". .>.J vAR tr
Ny +
: 's
ptajt tho Bulldogs& can: sew up. set ore March a anal 7. Winnerof of election ,. 1I constructed in lt'AV, .nU n>"i .> t
A notice special City .
at least a tie for the championship thin tourney will EO to the was issued Monday by ; l1.i. capacity of pprunlin, .triy. ','O I
Friday night at Lake FUJI tale tournahiviit.March. Arcadia City Mayor P. P. units per day lichen Woivtauk. !
moved" .to. this area vh.n the
Seer to fill the on
plant. began piwUuctlvQ. Heno .
the City Council mad. by the -
: i untimely death of Wallace E.Ilolton. -SII/t/ .KE-Ci HJTKe Stonebrakrr shakes ** been with the *ompanyapproklntalaly UOAU1U.l I( t L ''IUn,". i an S line: O. F WolbAum.

More The date set.Is. Tues- hand with Senator John K.'Mathew after a luncheon 16"yeuts.Uert lire kit' 1'J.: : A.: I j Ann Matthew show the

..3OONames, _.r.e- "...;&.1.... .....__.. at tha. Palm UouaarRantaujranUMathAw* talked 'tiN-eniMe.. Mewcotnte a|'III shlk UxJ ttauntJa thatexpanding. smug chUI\I\t' htv' weft $hmlay ati( >rntmn to

I City registration book. will\ about the 26 tsTanV plat form ho U ualnir in the Democratic ( ."IRft The ewtr sires, ...n..rt.A'.n 'wtmNta. : rMulf rtir motr>rt r *t0 tttrrftut0ft. > th< March*.>,...luf ,;

be closed February 7 and Mil rat> /or'Florkta'n r<>VTrnorahin< (Arcadian e pant. KM Just completed IJm)' .>., (Arcadian J'fioto)

Drawn For qualified! residents who have I'noto) ( a *OJlOO.aquar. tout *.- r
Jury Duty not registered ''are urged to do pension and 'ia'a.in4t. >itg pro-

so before the books ere closed. greM toward a t'IIOJ XM olfl ee ,
At press time no candidateshad *pension. .&. MOD Roadblock
Approximately MO 'voters Prednct No. 1': David D. qualified: for the post, according t 4 The new. Call ornle plan .
will be subject to call for jury D.u htrey, John A. Daughtrey. to Margaret Way. city Senator Mathews Bids will relieve 'the Pn"| Massif O* 4-H Girls w,tit' :J'J '
when Court ifconvened Horace O. I
duty County Gardner Wilbur It. recorder.' To qualify a candl- plant of some UUtritmtton' : : prv-
March 10 and when KInney David I. Mizell. Albeit date must be a city resident.. Fund Drive Aid
Circuit Court I Is convened R. Thornton, Russell Eo pay a one dollar registration d \

March 2 and 10. Whitney fee and fill out a special form I For Cowitians Support Clement Named The M.r.ht. Dines del.. Jif; el
The list oC person was announced Precinct No. 2: Derlyn D. of announcement. Candidates netted .r it.ial .'f eTT.4 M '1 ,.
her. today by theDeulo Bond 'Arnet G. Drantley. Jr. will have until Feb. 14 to qual To Zone Post ,...1. of .ih> yawl. .ypyiui. Ift4IM-

County Board .of Com- E. B. Converse Edwin r. ify. apoorUonment and reorganization experience and that he know. Dr, W A Clement. Itt Ar. Satin i | Mt btu.....* b* 4.U
misaioner: Daughtrey, Dana J. Jones. & oC the state road how to deal with these problem radii .has been appointed. attendance t Club ."". Appreciation. was ::J/tat
la Precinct No. I through; Walton W. Langford. Lovell D. setup created most dlsniealoei *. .............." for the, .-pee..rd to ihe. .e girl. 'Oft :
Harold Garner Commissioner: Continued -A) Briefing For with Bkn. John E. Mathewa ofJacksonville. Senator Mathews Mid that local cone for tl4 1 h. annual their enthttala.i.f. effort by

he.. campaigning, on a 9S plank Moutheestern Fducalionsl. Congr the Juncos. Vf.*n.w'. "...... i irtherMf 1leMrti. high Schonl bendMMnD.rs

.. Local Jaycees The candidate. for governor platform which t. being released *.. of Optometry In Atlanta. Word. .He4t. .Mt dlr..t- will be selling. fruit. .
Club In the Democratic primarywas' from Ulna to time. This February 32-34.: eel meml>... <>f the ........ and Cakes in Koch's Anne Arcade
Registration 'Books Saturday the guest .111&...' Co a platform. spells.. out exactly The Arcadia prt>l*.a>....& depuNoe. W aup rvt.' lINt 411ft- Saturday. felt I.
The poMiblllty of organising group of appro imately. 4O-De- how ha lands and his plansto ... will serve with. .keymvitfrom SrtMNM and direct. trstfq .. Ittbeare. ). Home 200 cka l lift ever
a Junior Chamber of Commerce aoto bual.euawtt. clvl .leaders update the stale of Florida some I loo ether areas In .. .1...... r.alt,'........ from the Christmas. eon will
I In Arcadia will be discussed and cltlcens at a luncheon at On reexport lonment Math the .......th a. faion with. the wall.. b. r. wteunk /- be _ad. All proceed. from
et an open meeting on the Palmheuse Resutarsnt Friday ewa feel strongly' that this. 2OO.m......... planning .-. l....hr Olseisst. War- the sale| will few uaod fer band
Open Dewwfine Set Saturday, Feb. I. The meeting noon.Senator. la.u. will$ .be hack In the .time- lee, Matoreade are i>fc )w>ed .11 Pest !tMS4 II If. NMvewesteals W"Lrui.
will be Mid at a pjn. In the M.u.....".U the first light. A session will b. f.:!ed some areas, .V....,aide. *f the ....... -- --

,, Semlnale- Reotaurant. The Florida of the seven announced' rsndldatrs he feeU. to redo the- prewmtaction. Held. each year ...... 113$. deli,. tttib ittrl. rteiplMtg... ''grove Generally In DnV'|(i o aklng.Cnunly& are the

1-' dine Itayman. 'Super? "4 and April 4. Junior Chamber of Commerce for governor. M make a It 4. hto. opinion& that .Ihe Congress allraeteffImately tpptoa. were H...." Y*"* '.. lUUn.. J..- in very good shape r Atobeooli .
visor of Registration, announced Any; voter who baa changed will. hare maay ef Itsofficial. talk before a growp" .* DeSoto the elate court" will not approve 1.200 reghlran. ** In and. MMIftrMMi.. mbronfe.. of ri...rM. Citrus M..-
: todays 'that the county'" registration Ids her' eddies .here for the meeting, cvuntlana this. year.:The guest the present yeton.Questioning .. I**?, Home of the ...t...'. ,...remmt CJMnl ttip.lanel.. .......1'. Aelrelened tool report. The tree that
book.are opened or recently or which ha been set by the was tntrodured.. .try. OeorceJMonebraker. at local perwieMat Weturera. will w1 *nIhe Linn H.....eet. DMbt.lere..in. have ben pruned and (.leaned
and urged alt residents of the since they have registered' Sarasota Junior Chamber whe, acted .. the meeting revealved thatMathews 4-day program. Islet' ..- ."., acry C.,..on. .Joyce up have a genii healthy look
'county. not registered. to vote should turn In their' old cards At this bn ling session, the master of reremonle" for the la keenly Interested entifke develofinwnu" In all aapeets 'I'iirsn, I)....... .....d. 0. and grower are luufclfig. forward .
to get their name on the book tor new:, ones with the correctcorresponding visiting Jaycee. WIn) dlaruas O<
at the eorUett opportunity.He ; precinct named with local men the vartouapliaae The aspiring governor candle (Continued on page a-A) -CL :untinued era pege. '.AJ ..,... There U. very little cultivation "
lien urged young people for voting. layman said. of Junior Chamber activity. daU told. the' group thai .. suing .*.. at the present
who are just 11 or who will Registration books will be Including... benefit to wed aol aere to make rshpromtox. .... ami not much ferUJUaflume -
.e.21 between the First Prt- closed In JO.days Ifayrnansaid. the community and to the In-' lock that he kaows OLDTIMER MYSTfRY PICTURE NO LONGER MYSTERY tirIn. growers are eum-'
-ary. May 4 and N.veenbsrelection. ; (Continued on peg' I-A) the .Pf'Ob.:' .Iem5frS. Florida. bylater .hs pbining" about" rust mite. sad
that they win be per- are Co .
planning: start ralng.W
muted to' leglster toefweeeii'' ::t __ . ..
... ji. .ukI :- .' her. plenty or moUlur* for
D. H. Sullivan Right Selection Ihhs ttme of year aril att./ .has

beer to .IM. growers' adMintMi4 -
Three Escape :r -ce. 'N

:d. ;.''';j, L..R ....'. mystery pirttirewaa went M the City p dl.e f. r.a 4.;.n_.... wkg ra.i 'M'. u. -_a* -wnga are still
Injury As "'" ....l, a. the readers gu... n|. iMvier Tech And.rsiui i iti> f ate.m. .",., M..... ...,1)' Y ..w. Kiviiig and. will roatlnu' for

...... .., :,.of !" Mr, D. 1C. hn..,sea. who. was Mr Swlltvan soy UM when is ......" nos ., 'a bit hfmurder at .Mal two more weeks, Tan
Trio In SmashA T bent 3,1,. l0 In OrUewtw. he first e ame> U Arradw there Va1sG our|**eMte "bwlmj cleaned. up
::1 and. rime Vt Atvadui when were oalwn * freak accident last Wednesday ,ejr. > ..({U",,:, he>...,.. ..'14 W eight. viva a4 ne ui UMT' doe- ttaot .by MM lth M .....-we ate flwmar r<* *4la.li.... '
resulted te approxlmty .._ ,.. .i ) .J :. I W New ui / teen. h4Vw "west .4fet-
t : '.... attended a** :the lies. aepwa, hut he diesel Th anticipated and pr
,g14.. worth of ds.eogee ..dn,
are Slid the. firs .h* went taw > *. M| free** des cwt.. ....*..r.ao&ue. &
to three. oar but no .to- L .k ,: ., :,Jt .e .Peg Kofit srttsnL AsWf .>.. Hr. listhesn'e. Isles was. al fer which se.eyene wee Vry
juries' t* the ttuee driver .
l ht was ewe .4 hte !II acheI.mates. reN .asnasotty,. sect. Grate nil. We had some ,.*...
constng to tX Sonatny. Carltan.Arcadi .. s J. Jill M wee .......... r.*4*..*v, shah Me would affil togs a* low *4 :21 r de"r*..., but.
pofto DeporUnent.. tar .WM>er C.B rStg Arawld.kunaU so IM* meshing. a II Is. she,' were in hH lat* f low spat. .*.
rb.'Mvestlgated the acrtdvnt.The at e1.taeev. and dwalsMr. wee .*.... IU.. J.*4. liking tealar -ra.. general lies wed 39 des
threv sne..U headed w .. .......e N.xh., eew iyeise. .**... .bus all ih. .. low. w>r*
south oa U. a. 17 ior 8rrtItf a 1*t <,t : ..fffa ..... 11I-. toe short.. iHuatMwi", between 4

cVether Orovery' werertv geeI ,.,...... .f hbx ..*v*. ............ .- 'c-.J..I. .. ,.A3
.. ** Vy Bo j C t: A.as both *< : tarac "... a eeeer..ar t I'...** *' .. /.,..j cwi ..... ale* .
Arcadia aMt T. Z- Late *fZolfo .else. M .. VfaaW.
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Lon ef reporiedftr ...... woetM.. Uutay, Mme A V .
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isms will es.eae tire.m 1 V.ael "iT > h.sn.'a( the tit Weather
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M e.eeSN,1.e. Se Ta.A'ssiae. 4' "jnd
ksts the. ear 'assess et ks.u ... t.- .'. .p v .
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4ft.W ltaItta&.t.a .. seed . Report :
loan ..
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......... .t 81ee. Ia the these t "..." ...... Vu.e..y3t=.. fiesta ... High I.aw..
--.. MIA Podtwb lit JM. 2:1: 19 IIJIG
Leer was elusga.rtth SIGNS* : I.... sit-B.aie| AnMOd wise was ..s Myer" MM iu greed. JMV 33 79 M ':JjJan. /
CARDS>-M1aE Sylvia. Lazier.a and tfc ffrat {to bby ktet.d .
feasr.. M .... his. ..... t.adwr rt; e C..fed sa weleru.au slealliee.. and. a.. .,............. 24 aiJaa. l ....
......... Thai __ p.aa farvttjr lets acmary. for the firm ...ty4 anaMi heed f Bufwrrtsor of Mr. ...W. weedm were .h........ He >sees xiin Isle 2S MM :..0OJell.
omegas Mwiy reh. 2w of Laitaer- ... LaritMrr. rryistrr ta"rote B. OSbw lfaymaa5Af- Jws ....... aaA. Mary CM wife a* UM aMw* hiea they 20 M' S3 4 ..

give tkr recess ........ .la UM cvmJar jwimary election.Jala cadMta ) ..;:+,Owthes. ... wee> a farme* aft ..... pent It fee the last :11yeetti ,J*.., n .7. .4. (!.11
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II Three Classes To Vie For Honors- At DJLS.: Stunt Night Saturday B I IThe

DHS Student Council class: declined the invitation omore skit were Steve Lewis and seniors are Just as confident l- then under 'the 8-12 system.. viva) until last' year the !senior '1fr.t.. '. y '\

sponsored annual Stunt Night to participate. Rupert Smith. Cherrle Den- that they will have the That year the Junior class classes have won tho prisemoney : _..........'-
will get under way Saturday each .
The three classes now par- mead Phyllis Clement. Helen winning skit. sponsored by Mrs. Green, won year. r ,
night Feb. 1. in the hUh school The DHS Student Council;)
auditorium. This year only ticipating are all old-profes Brctton. and Ann Fletcher. The history of Stunt Nightat first prize of $ OOO and the uses this annual Stunt Nightas

three classes will be participating sionals in Stunt Night having, Masterminding the story were DeSoto High School dates senior class came in secondfor their one fund-raising pro- 7 ,

sophomores juniors performed for three and tour Steffony Wells and Marian back to the school year of $25. ject. From the proceeds they

and seniors. years. Christ. 1934-37 when It was Introduced Abandoned for a year or two award the price money and
AU classes are Invited to Last the Now juniors this year last into the school by Mrs. Stunt Night was revived by the use the balance of the money ,
participate and the decision to year sophomore year's winners a r e working Eva Green girl's physical education '; Student Council as a moneymaking for the. improvement of the
take part is made by a major- class 'walked off with first hard on another prizewinningscript director. At that time, project by Hugh Martin high school in campus. bcuuti- _.
ity vote of each dam The place and a fifty dollar prize. they hope. only four classes participated'since then president of DIIS "lout Ion and purchasing. needed
eighth grade and the freshmanThe Prominent in last year's soph- However, the sophomores the school .'system wssi student council. From the re- equipment.

I Womack: Named Manage,1

i I

For New eye OperationCentral

1 Transformer Corporation lih-ii: .nvl l ,'n..lJh' ihi-iTt tn bUild Marco did the construction of
I 'r Serving The Hub of South-Central Florida '0, has announced that a a more inplilv: lute ,>t h.-.nl the Arcadia pl.ananet according -

$5OO-thousand dollar expunaion inounttxl' runsformem niul to Neweumbe.\ the bullJ-
I- SIXTEEN PAGES 10 CENTS Arcadia eSoto County. Florida. Thursday January 30 1964 .t Volume XXXX No.. 18 program will begin' sumetltMe' power trnnsformers.The ing wotikl be constructed like
H toward the end of February. Vnr-.. SIl Corporation the local plant. The local building -
According tt> Uert Newcuitibe. of Vino Bluff hu bt'en uwji Arcadia C.Vv', Manager the eel ItI.. dm i ,.-i tor thei.n- covered with aluminum shVetIng. -
lJ: new plant will be lucatvd" InDelano strtic'' n > .
1 Win 3 Move Cullf.
Bulldogs .t Robert Womack assistant. _.. ".AI
.. F"T
"... "."'." manager at the Arcadia. plnut.
;, 'V" ;" has been astral" menage i tot:
the new Calitterntw iiist!. !'Ution. -
; 1' Newcomba eke, tutu .ihArcMdlAii ,
Nearer Second Ridqe Titleeld. : ):' ,te ..' T. J. Neweombv., .

', } t ttl will bo moving to the California
... .,I.uchl'rllC', ot t< >tIng -
DeSoto High Bulldogs A victory over Okeecho- Tuesday night JI I m Yarbrough : "'; .. and ln.|>*cil >n and I. UoMcAltlater r r
moved a step nearer successful bee next Tuesday night coupled led the scoring with 26 ; ) '. is being trui..Kra. .+ far'1
defriwof' the Ridge conferences with the win tomorrow points. Micky Dudd had IB forth ;;' ; ;\\ : to the new plan", Ouw utoo r J,
basketball title this week. would clinch: the' championship evening and George Lati- i i11. \ others front (,'.,,".&'* used <:a.. Mfr
The. three for ,,: .tfrt ,::., Italian will tw t..u..r.. .. out ,. ,
Bulldogs won conference : the second: straight nier hit 14 and placed a stout ..'.. : i eM't
games Clewiston 8217. year. game under the boards with plaits were nut r.vruleil by
Avon Park 69-50 1..11.1Froitproof Final game of the season will Yurbrough. <1. ( NewciNiibe.'Central< .
7358. be against: second place Se- The Jayvees won the preliminary Transformer h Abeen
Thevictories give the Dull- brine In Arcadia Friday Feb. l clash with Clewiston '! : considering M West C.s'''
dog a 10-1 Ridge mark and 7. A loss 1 for the Bulldogs in 41.33. installation !lot J iwi >.-.n .
a 15-1 overall record. either. or both While DIIS was winning at could make the Scoring encounter able us In give better a.rvh- .
Clewiston Tuesday night Se- : an all deciding one to present cuaitMnef' ail < !tv-.
bring took over second place The Ridge Tuurnanvent the J.;, large our sales lit the tar wr.t i
In Ute Ridge loop with a 618 1- following week has been set Special City elano. Cau,. ia totaled ipruHtniately i--
46 win over Frostproof. Se- for Avon ark uit Feb. 11. d1 : IIO roilea iviirt' r ( lrt
bring,has an 8-3 league mark 13. 14. 15. ::'rrt of torn Aitflv near' H k.i.,-
two full games behind the The group tournament will Election Set field. The .pUitl. & will be abut
Dutldoga and Frostproof drop- be held in Arcadia on Feb. 28- to halt as large us t.:_"..'. Arcadla '->
pod to third place: with a 7-4 29. If tho Uullclos win .th'.s'! insitfllalwut and will ell1.> .
recdrd. the regional! tournament al lu: ploy about 3,5, "
With three fames yet to will 'be. In Arcadia. The! claim To Fill Vacancy ,j j Ihe Arcadia CTC plant. a.A1 t ; f

pl.ijt: the BulUiogs can sew up.. set ore March a and. 7. Winner A notice of special election ;; constructed ut I Oi* and li.. ..
!' C'.p4Cu'\ a|>| r.."Kliitatc' ly 7l I 11 .t's I
at least a tie for the championship' of this tourney will eo to tha was .issued Monday by ,( 'ft ", '
units per day Hubwrt: Wuinsck: ..
Friday night at Lake PU- stale tournament Arcadia City Mayor V. P. .
moved to DM area wh.n thepMnt ,
Si>. r to fill the vacancy on began piuducti ,tar .... 'ftr

the City Council made by the. 1'OLI'nA1.8i1AR1'L-CorIle, Storwbrakrr shake h<(s been with, {t''he rMi,piuyMpprokimaUly ItOAUni .lIt .1.., //on.. a(> t tine C), V ,v.nN\um.
untimely -death of Wallace E.loftOn.
')bands with Senator John Mathew 10 years.liars lira k" Lt1en.) i nt,1,:, .1.1rm Matthews show tho
More\ 300NamesDrawn The date set,1s Tuet- F.. after a luncheon Newtvtnbe aisuHl) that
; Than .4jTM.rcbmaar. -2A-,...,,-;., at tha. Palm U6U*.---RaAtaurAnU.Math talked 1h.-.n'I" 'ht1r'w4f.Nll/ctbn./ .'...amitY'1f) Lhnaqh.. ( y used Saturday at' .rtM on to',
..nstut'fl'VR !FFIt ntitttbt..tltto nt1"tfJUt.'t" th r Murrrt ; '
City. registration book. will about the 25 rJanV platform he is ualoir In the Democratic ,is es$>andiitg7 The 'tineArkaiuM 1 itktft. .
1 be closed February 7 and all racti for Florida' ffOwrnorship. (Arcadian ** plant ho. duet rvmpleted utlIlne.'/' ., (Arcmliwit. limb
qualified residents who have Photo) < a 30.000 jKiuare foot .11. .
For Jury Duty not registered are urged te do tmnalun and M t ,>,,!<*>Ming pre
so before the books are closed. prey toward a |OQ ttl At press time. no candidates 'A, MOD Roadblock
Approximately 33O voters Precinct No. 1: David D. had qualified for the post, according The new California, plant .
will be subject to call for Jury Daughtrey. John A. Dauf htrey. to Margaret Way city Senator Mathews Bids will relieve/ ,live" Pin l4fl O'f I 4-H Girlsw ::JfJ
duty when County Court i* Horace: O. Gardner Wilbur II. recorder. To qualify a candidate pUnt& of some d4tlributt. pro :
convened March 10 and when Kinney David I. Mlsell. Albert must be a city resident.* Fund Drive Aid
Circuit Court Is ..convened R. Thornton. Russell E. pay a one dollar registration
March 2 and 10. Whitney fee and fill out a special form For Couritians Support Clement Named 1"11. tor"+r. h ..t nor''_ .irhr$ ::3J; (1
The'' list of: person was announced Precinct No. 2: Derlyn D. of announcement. Candidateswill netted It Iolta' ..t 8717 04 cttI S
heretoday by the Bond. Arnet O. Drantley.. Jr.. have until Feb. 14 to quftlIfjr. To Zone Post result. of the r' Mi -.|.... tnaMe-
DeSoto County Board .of Commissioners .- C. U. Convene Edwin F. Reapportlonment and nor- expwrienre and that he know. Dr. W. A. CUnwnt. of Ar- ..,..... lest K.taM>y by 4.|(
: Daughtrey.. Dana J. Jones ganUation .of .the state road how to deal' with these pro- tad... ha been aptwHnted at- Club girl. AUperlut.N i MMpeae :J/ta I '
Xa Precinct No. 1 through ,WaJton W. Langford. Ixwell D setup created most discuss ion bUma.Senator. letidanc eo-ordmU for ,he .* "l to these .suns forth .
Harold Gamer Commissioner' (Continued on page 8J Briefing For with ...... John C. .Mathews ef Mathews' MM that local sane for the 41st. annual .ir enthral.' .. ,. c."'?,te by'
Jacksonville. he to campaigning en a 29 pUnk HtMitheaatern KdurwlMMial" Ov. th* J.uuur w...n..i. t'Uiu.JMtettff <.I u...... Hlgn School' band
: Local Jaycees The candidate. for governor platform which la being. released grass of O&JtenM"r in Atlanta f.bevd JI......n tltraet. atagt>.rs will be selling rruttCMtea
In- the Democratic frost time Us. 11_. This ..1 I member. er us.. wl. to Koch's Ann.sAr-
primarywas February 22-2); PUM a
... ....., ..
r. I.
Club f* dAY.
Registration Saturday u..' guast spt&er'. to s platform spells out exactly The Arcadia. profeslo.tsl l .(...*...e tM .upervlse the bolo Ko*
Books possibility of organizing group of approslmaUly.. 4O De now h. stands and him plans man will serve with k.ymert teUiwM and dirert. .tuff. &: *te Christmas 200 cakes left everlinen will

a Junior Chamber of Commerce Soto busljtessoten. civic leaders lo update the aisle of FloridaOn from none 'loo ether *r*. In Me.* .u......,1e. Frs. *!* : bas ....Ul. All season from
In Arcadia will be discussed .nd dUsens at a luncheon at reepportlonnnent Malh tin KouiH. .. | at an open meeting. en the .....,...... Itesutaraat Friday _. fate strongly' that this :2OO-men ev planning l mmwllt ..- *aeko 1')1.--1. Marion .
pePe rie'ailSet Saturday. Feb. I. The meeting neon. l..ue will/ be back In the lime *.. Matoreaxi are planner i Inurno N.... and H H. Ilhwem.sai'l' inn-
will be held at 1 p..... In the Senator M.thews'Is the lint light. A ......et will ... railed *re_. .... side w f IM ,,,". --0--speaking. the.

Seminole Restaurant..Tbe Florida of tAe sevrn' announced esndl- he feel Us redo the prewntaction. Held' each year since Itjl 411 Cfefe .trk peskdp.Hng" 'grove.' In D1.."lo County are
lie ClineHaymsM.. Super March/4 and April 4. Junior Chamber of Commerce .dates for governor \a make a It .. his. opinion that .led Congress allrrl...t *p >f"sImately were Nanyr Varna, I Itemmet! Jeeaut1. .in wry gaud shape. CddMi A|a.
-visor of Registration announced Any voter who .ha. changed will .have many .. Its talk before a group-' of DOotevuntians the stale court will not approve 'IJOO r gHlran-t .Mi Sigarset. .t..w.auk. ........k of FlurUt. Citrus Maetool
today; that the county registration officials here for the meeting Otl.* year.:The guest the pteaent system.. 1942.I Mora of the nation" rW.. Cfnenrl OpwUMarf.Ur lainde. 0..... l re. ......... The Ire*. that
book were opened his'ee. her'addres recently or which ha. been set by the was bitroduced try Oar Questioning .f local. persons. moet lecturer will appear etlh f. Lyn H....'...... lUals .k*... been pruned and ..leaned .
and urged all resident' *f the since >they have registeredsbould Sarasota Junior Chamber.At Sumebrsker. ''wb r acted as at the meeting reveelved tINt ...h jr program ....... *et. Fagan, AhMley L.'......... .. ve1'rspine. up have a .steal. .healthy look
county not registered to vote tarn In their old cards this. briefing ...non. the. master 01 t.t noni.a. for tfteeccasion. Mathews .. keenly Interested entitle ctevlo) to get their name on the booksat for new ones with the correct visiting Jaycees wl| discuss '''In having" each rowity' repre- peels of .>_ar. wdl be re. .glee $e.e.l Karent.nm.. A..t word In M stead ervp neat *.*.
the: eawUett epportcciHy, carrespnndlrg precinct named with local men. the various The aspiring governs randt- (Continued on page .-A) potted.OI.DTIMCR 'Cununed. .1It p.ge "AI .." .. T...... to very Jlllle. eulti
H* .tao urged young people for voting ''',man said. prlsae 01 Junior Chamber activity. data laid the group that ,.. vafism H.tnf .* at the. pr.....,
who are just It or who will, Registration books will be Including benefit bore TM not ..,. *. n ke rh .*.. snit not much '.rt"..**
.bev21 between the First. "Prlrry. eto..d, la JO days, layman community' and to vie ..- pr.d.ee.'Balk' that he ko*w. MYSTFRY PICTURE, NO LONGER MYSTERY ....... nVune growers are compUJnlng .
.. May 4 and November a. (Continued .. page '.A)' the problem. .-&Florida. by his ..bftutla' mite. sad
elections that. they win .. per a,. planning. eo start ..r.f""' ..

mitted1 to register ''between' ::Y a.; ..".. [tf .' .... W* here lnly' ot ..M.Uiur4. for
D. H. Sullivan Right Selection lal. Um of gar mewl lit) has.
b.**. eo the .._.,..' atvror4tw ,
"Three Escape' : a

fast, week. mystery picture went M* I He Cilr |o>i i' a en,1. w.. racy. Thera.. 11t' 1/. Med.-*.MMt ..",.. are still
{n1'urYAs : way .* the. reader guiM i|. untler Ton AmUfsun. O--,4 .''u rP., .."... ... ,,)' yen,. in..../ti>g .IN| will conllnu far
; Mr, O. II- au...."..., who WMkern Mr %ealhvan esre ihat ten 'It r... k. at ..*.4| two' more weeks., Tan
... o as al tyt aY -till
steede I gedbbed M4mg r"1 up
Trio SmashA July. .UO
In in .
.. .. J I ...i.t and ..... U... Ar *d.a when. n were first ea1J came two M O4er'At..das.. oeN Ihre Mth. mortar ..,04 ....... .......' 5e.. .5 .pet. y.Min. trw V.........
freak. accident last Wednesday A k. ._*. ftiJd ."T eight fuel and ea. IA ties rlwn- sinus W tin .'*-' hi ..1 ... fang !. MUd*.. .
t mulled. to appmlmattty .- _. .' ,/ .J". "'\ Mo,; attended s*....l* *( the.. Seen ..etaan. hid he de.ere"tv ... $.re. fay sawn bd "laattwll 'Fke nwlpia. and prvdictsd -
I44W write .< damages : .. ._ .
arra *.4 uw first .k. went t* fr del ivM mirla4ijfer
lo t..... tare bet a.. /n- ,i was Peg. Nan seMeutr Asmetea. $. Mytiwao's. tinm ... r *>Msl ..*ry- w*. vrryWe
)ants .. the Uuee drivers ace <:,,.,. ( ....., Wt/ahl. was sie..t JaW ........... Ja4u. .. t'i..k &. .rn.n",stalty' sod .,........ limit carne rda -
cording .."LL Sosmny CarttaM.Arts ", ;.....101.. IA l"l) .k... one *n< rnedCatlv ,.., .4Y.*u. .. w wouIat Mall raga. low as ]l degr.e.i but
*!* P.nc* Drpartanent.b M ilts farmer Arn ir. ffltf t* to. ...(....* M if M .-.,. tveee at ......t... low ...
.investigated ... rrtdeat. : .......1:1: .. ...."... and dwgh wa* wile. Ifs, .JM* NSalrs best ,... g_neal del w. H d1. .
The JHre, MTV .u Headedsmth ..I ail ........ .Md Ii u. 4.eaS npeeh.a geese Cwt all' th..* low. Mee"
ao U. 8. 17 aer Brastfl4y 1y roe' N f..n k.s. life.Its fur .* .*t Uufailon btwe 4
Brewers Orewvry were A...+1 .wattv. >rgl.Nwrtm tj1e1aMy -
;_ irtmtlnnej A3Weather.
I Mr*. g.e en ,**.sH .4Ig on psg -
.*4e fcy Roger llellkags- .. .. .. J Mu1.e'41e. -
..... .. ,:, ,,: *>.4i. .u.rC seas the uMt .iSwN wte eq .
...,-. C._ f. Atimi bot* ofArcadia fore ....- M .'.,. ._. t.NI gnat fume.eater. ... r
'' eo.earMate We .....
sat T 'L- Lnl.r..1Jelte Ye r btbs .
....... UMMT ....,.......... lees O. M. ..ln.oe as.. ......,.. 'are 1/1./ -.-".. Mrs Ata-
I? .IrnRR De fir. ere War. ream's srNay piseoe.IM knit .,... 4.. rtr........... tgntp :
rea a
......... by A4s. ktrerklagsaes _. 6. ... +l4u1. .. .soy .
iw .... tae ...... .1 ... .. *.eas'Hss t* Tat d .,.Jd rn' A "-
tIft.- N t i.ttiag..s13 ..ttae. .M/ 7..sA.eadmo. .. MMrs/. fleet w. .r ... sow 4 ,.; RePort'r:
re.ltat hrgr w.w q- mrseasy. e. ..ebeo.. ,. o. .....--.. ...... Tn1e .... .
a-... M ..... .. De ..... /t .e1. A. ., we. w--, Yl'... ..- ..., Av4. 'Q U..ta. Low C.i.
.....,. Isa0 Ifrt Jan. ZI 71 .t 'se
..... wta tFiarad. ..rtOt.ta.lr.rt A .., a/Baatef Ara44 wed was "' 7"-. ... ... row are..- Jan 23Jan. 7. M :.-
M ..... 110M vi....ide urn.der SIGNS CARDS:-Mi** SylrU bulk,. a.tftan4 MM fln* iio' u rristrrJrf a sdsrs. .e .IChIs...... sumo .,........... 24Jso. .... IIJ tie ....
tw ....... !mall __ ....- pretty' Irral Mcrrtarjr for UM firm by soaly'3.prrvlmor < CsMr.. Jhi **.rs siruKJMw wore ehabr.ta u. lesee. wish INa n IIJ"
t.ar.i ..aI M.w.ley r... 3M of Lffitaer-" L 'itar. registers t. JU...tngfe*. B.cftg* Rsjmajtx iAr- -as..*r a4 Mary Kt. wiJ at the ..... ...... they J.n. :2* .. 514'3 ...Fa
..... tar Msrse r .w e.ogea- vote la the cornlar primary rlertioo.Jbfcs a.di.aa r.oco) ._ ..i-. .......--. ,.. wa a fome ell .lave hears In fur tie last 24 Jan Tt 7f .. -41PRY
1.. ... Lr a-.ae. M.C :; ia 3tl j Lamea flrrt Uovg la r.f> e,jd4e w. op N 11116 whew So O. H..WC4.IWAN ,..... loa &-& oa&- ..,.... .I.. 2a e, .St ., ..K


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!- ARCADIAN, :Arcadia, Florida, Thursday, January 30. 19M

Bride-Elect, Complimented ----T' Florida State Fair Opens -- Celebrated '1.

r.dIAf-: I II With Series of Parties ,, Tuesday, February 4th With Birthday

Miss Jfatrlcla'! Anne Robarts, bride.-elect. of 'David Pattison, :, Mils L. L. Pool, who makes
> j'" I SN'fN t i ..Ilr4'rFlee.. of Dlavld 2(, Pstfir was coonpilrnente!*! ",w ft h"Coffee" v Special Features for WomenA her home with her daughter

9Rte: ,' d. '?alit, .guest ,o horio Fri" ,at the tnarte of Mrs.Edna bright and' novel package 1Ir. Modern lighting; will foCus ;- Mrs. Martha Waldron.. celebrated
day night at Miscellaneous
a Carlten. 921: Mast Oak her
tied birthday
with all manner of gay attention on 'the show win anniversary
Contestants shower at the home of Mn. Street with Mrs. Curtis Johnson and interesting ribbon features be- Sunday. with a family
In Orange Dessert Contest Warnedto dows. Dressing rooms are
J. C. Rails, North Lee AVe-
and Mn. :
study the rules thoroughly before'submitting1 entries. Ellen Campbellas and wrapped in a brand new tea -added. Th history:! of.:dinner and et-io-ether..' ;
nue. ,Co-nosUase were Mrs. cola i stesses.; "
t. rr enclosure i 1a the Women'sWorld fashion from th. eartr' Ore** Attending were Mr and
Some of the contestants send their recipes in on post Hazel Diahan end Mrs. Paul Standing in the *
receiving of IMf Florida depleted Mrs. Ray Beasly
State to the prevent Um will be Child'enDona
cards and bits of which make
them hardto
Kemp. line
paper very with the
bride-elect. Miss Fair in Tampa Feb. 4-13. In. a 60-foot oil neural and Clayton, and Mrs,
read or understand. Each recipe should be typewritten The party rooms wero attractively Roberts was the hostess, Mrs. A complete remodeling of by Dick FelsburaT of Tampa. Lois Jones, all of OrlandoJ: '
or I legibly written on one side" of the paper with decorated: with arrangements Carlton, Mr. Howard Robarts. r the interior of the structure Benches will offer fairgoer 'and Mrs. Bob Revel, and son
the category of dessert listed above the recipe title. of white and yel- and her sister Mrs. Richard k which has housed the worne '. an opportunity to'l'eIax. Bobby, 'ef Apollo Beach; MM.
Also ingredients must be listed in order of use and low gladiolus. The gift were Policy of Timonlum. Maryland.Mrs. exhibits during recent lair, Only the top three entriesIn Carrie O'Neal ef Tampa' ; Mr
the method of preparing the recipe written In clear distributed from a large umbrella Curtis. Johnson hadCharge u1 will soon be completed. each category ot exhibit and Mrs. William Mitchell of
covered with white and ,
directions. Be sure to enclose the recipe and send" the yellow with, honor of the bride' book. A runway U being constructed a* determined by the Jude Bartow; and Mrs. Don Thompson
entry to Orange Dessert Contest Box 148 Lakeland ; paper in chair guestsitting Floating hostesses Mrs.\. JlmmUr :t for the presentation of 49 will be displayed In ,Women'aWOl1d. 'of Ft. Myers; the honor'
a underneath
Florida ((33802)). and Boone. Mr. Walter Dykes. fashion shows, four each day' The'entire exhibit will gust;:Mrs. Poole and the hostess
pulling tbe string The Mrs. David Freeman '
and Miss '
throughout the twelve daysof be changed atbe' midway 'Mr* .
The Irish Tattler and Sketch hostesses helped her by bring Margaret Hays Invited guests ? y the exposition according: to of the Fair.
My friend Anna Russell sent me a copy of a most !Ing In a huge basket filled with Into the dining; room. The vw Mary Holzberger. coordinator. point Style Shows will be changed

interesting magazine. It was the 74th year that the gift too heavy to be suspended. buffet was centered: with a Cooperating in the complete at frequent Interval with the

Irish Tattler and Sketch has been sent out, on a monthly Guests were entertained! ; with beautiful arrangement of blue SANDRA K. "t EWIS revamping of Women's World latest fashion creation for the
word contest how
basis. I enjoyed reading the advertisements, as well as a different by words seeing Iris yellow mums and acacia. for the 1064 Fair are' Maa Current. spring and summer Mrs. Garner
the feature stories. It is Ireland's Premier social magazine many they The table was covered with an Brothers, Inc., in Tampa. St. seasons displayed by living
could make from Ro-
Patty' Imported linen I I As
cloth with Installed
and the description of ,Dublin Theatre Festivalwas barts.David Patti..... M I'' a center arrangement of Com-a Sandra K. Lewis Petersburg Clearwater. Lake- model 'On the runway at Wo-

a true delight. The administrator of the Festival Elizabeth Scott won the prize pon and yellow acacia.. with land and Sarasota; Folks of men' World." (puild PresidentMrs.
said that since its inception, the character of the Festival for the most words and Mrs. all appointments of silver.' Mrs. Engaged, to throughout; Belk-Lindsey Florida store* One door prize of either a

has changed as has its aims. In tbe beginning John Porch: won the second Caroline Campbell poured' cof- Marion R. HowzeMr. Ward & Company; Montgomery in foundation kit'rom garment leading or nsanulacturers a makeup J. Harley Garner was
the Festival was an excuse; >for' putting on something prize. fee during the party hours. Tampa Sears-Rovbuck. : It Co. Installed morning
which could not normally afford hence the visits The .hostesses, assisted. by Refreshments! consisted of : and Mr. J B. Lewis. ; will be presented each Jan. 22nd. as president of St.Hilda' .
you in Tampa St. Petersburg OlandC1eU'Wat
; the
day Immediately following St.
Misses. Lou Ella and Romona cheese roll S. Hernando ,Avenue are this Guild. Edmunds
date and rib-
from and from ballets with
foreign companies
: complete r; Singer Sewing '
final fashion show. Hair styling church. Other .
Rail week the Episcopal: officer
served announcing
.orchestras. Now the object l is to at one time punch cake mints bon party sandwiches, dips engagement Machines. Centers throughout
put, and nut to the thirty, guests and potato chips, miniature of their daughter San shows Debby Drake wldel.Yuewapape" installed were Mrs. Ed- <.
more than bne could normally risk. This year it paid .. pastries nuts and mints. dra Kay, to Marion. R*t d Florida. known and TV personality ward F. Davis, Sr., vice-prriwt
off. One might ask what, one expects from the Festival Mrs. Ellen Campbell son of Mr. Marlon R. Ninety feet of glass showcases Fabric by Klopman. cent; Mrs. C. W. CbanneIeRntsryl !

or for that matter, from any evening in the thea- Saturday morning, at 10:30A. : a gUt of; crystal to presented the- Howae: Sr. of Arcadia and. are being Installed. These .and many other things lajtem '} and. b. ,re. Jo. AusJ
,tre. The Irishn an's answer to that que.ion I 1.a very M., Miss Patricia Roberts bride-elect from the hostesses. the late Mt. HOwz. are pies.topped A color with.cheme'of striped cano-:dra- eating to women will be presented tin.' treasurer. '

pimple; ta be interested, to be intrigued to be amused Miss Lewis 1a i a graduate of matic black and white U being each: day; and you can Father "- :.l\[. Mass was the

.but above all,to leave the theatre.feeling that at no time DeSoto County High School. carried out In the build-- learn "How to Fit PatternsCorrectly" Installing officer.

fias been wasted there' which might have been better Daughter of Arcqdiaos i and .X the Bradcnioa Beauty Another. interesting. thing at
Academy. She la presently' em-
spent eating drinking or making I was not familiar -
merry. ployed at Vera Beauty Shop. the Fair will be the finest llo
vritluany of the play prevented but I am sure Besieged In Panama. ''
Mr.' Howae attended ''DeSototiigh wer show in the history of
that I would' have enjoyed of them. ..J Florida State. Fair. This Includes .
many Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boa':' c h\1drVnI7'h.ve been in Chltre then served three. sears West Elementary( BIRTHS

,r .,,alDeq, the i Arcadian\,ha* i eenp, )jntingartlcles.by at&urnUt well went to Miami Sunday : than a 'fne the U.S. ''Anny; He 1.* now the International Or-
]) ;year.
; fromCnrkiw; ,! thought. .you might' be in- and I'M"! employed at Arcadia'. : Radio and PTA MetW chid show. American Hibiscus
VjearrW brought their daughter .A, **i** jya +jhuf I led, at, sintovf iT.V Service' how. These display., will be
UrestedL T1WE&T.
!: \ ,, ,that TUB CqUJTRY; ; Mrs.
Philip Sintow. chUdren: e a t Elementary Parent
j jTP\V. /t.bbh1e, *yc?! natfonwidq( 'Bord ''i'AUtq,,( cempeti- Tara Rotidy and Gregg horn ,tvfoweek.,mgp today while Plan for a summer wedding Teachers Association met Wed Fair.judged Saturday on the Sisal Feb.day 13: of. The the

at40QU, ,,11 Jt4\hyWY,,: ,(Gq c. ,Carlpw J ), )lta n aI:1;( \: g premier with them for a visit. hsw. +yl walking" fi\| a?ChUte date.Will be announced .hi. a later nell
'p Wrdputpf- :3ia :.cprnpttlnjc centredl TheJudgea'saldA ,: The children will remain her ,-.tt-\V, The.i'lnpMeut, ,.} coincided School Auditorium starting at draw some 1.000 blossoms to Jr. of Bartow announce the

!hat: t tllal viltx extended. 1..1' i dtp'rU".n,.. ardeninif> ,. Flor- and attend school while Mrs.With, .\ha, outbreak!} of, xl4l.ssie 3:45: p.m. vie for trophies and ribbon birth of a son. Hubert Lans-
.al.display.. : roaA surfacing. ;, paining arid,;;eC ttuctfon. Slntow will leave Saturday ,}n..th"CanaJl ZfM* about< ,,Jo0rphlery A large crowd was on handto The competitive show open ford Johnson HI, on Thurs
htw&A! po ksqiyclean J tot I sl4 t, and t cheerful; ',des ,fVlnar from Miami for Colombia S. .. wag hear the rhythm band play to everyone, will have amateur day Jan. 23 at St. Joseph Hospital
> America to Join her husband II; : and several .in Tampa. The Infant is
Plans for Feb.jHeactlDriveb sing number
Jt-Wff pre s Thy 4Mrw whip i Ipjj VM< ;winning collector and commercial class
: P t ,J "
j ; who is on special assignment fWtou,, \ There are 92 children In the the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
j Jet'AtQrc ,told of; many. lUplovab, sights i'over: .Ireland.pfi for 30 days. The family hope ..yvWch,serves as him of fie*. Five band from the second gradesof es.Theme of the Orchid: show Hubert Lansford Johnson $r..

] Dublin.' (they'salty'|, that, Utter,.aaa?, I is,,,911,the ,increase. to be able to return to Panama ParwurnVrUan,,, I2Y anaf,....guarosSVf'f .- : f Mrs. Dewey Mr*. Witcher. will be "Orchids In Florida- 920 East Pin Street Arcadia
Mlle LaricclXf roodern. I :! tobapco and after that. and Mr. Lanier. and Mrs. Horn Bucklew and
to ( \,"papHaginir, ..pt,1A, : e9Qn441the! l Fnlolfft1141 Where Cast Meet West" appropriate
t 1jSecttonar al1<< Itil MurjlZo tt: dF"J' nIyillajftf are Some 29 Americans Including / | I f ; Chair- Bicycle safety was discussed because orchid growers Sam Bucklew of Tampa.
io a Miami engineer and his fSt1y's! 1 .'..,,,,/.. n-JMn: ,'Mt.9'JOJa r Lefebvre. and a committee was ap-
qchildrpn_, DutjXihayq aXwaya.wJuite\( vtq, : .tq Dub- an- In Florida have plant from
.Purinaj. tbs *
family, the Philip Sintow's.were t,tiJg ty .som i ,1 pointed to investigate methods -
flounces plan In
are both the eastern and Westernhemisphere
Think progress
llnf thatji goulilv njoy .the.icongUientaJ(, culture
r ,. 01AmfI'\ : Including
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held for three tns
J prisoner for
far the Heart Drive' 1 in DeSoto bicycle safety aroundthe Half the states
.1tltak'a' ) glln !Waml unit the;'pc" u ?and efficient days 'in a house at Chltre. Panama 'Peace" Corpsmen. .' took refuge 'County : school ground 'a
February. in the U.
Il J 1 aU :t.ln.Ut. t, .iC;,tl F.lUwUjfurq., '(& uarp.with,. over by demonstrators. id th*rhome. :"j.+ \u. 'This project 1* aptxvtored'e.ch'year President Christine Cochran the S.Philippine, plus Hawaii. Singapore England C, eachJut

i1 ; ENq z qtt. 1; A1\ll"ar' !Lwe. ccCt4taln,9xh141tlotu\ Philip Sintow. the engineer 'For' lli..d.:1If.o, : aceoralrisT to by the Arcadia Bucin1 announced that the Finance and other foreign. nation, v/
1 film,.h "s unU\ +,. ecu .'.. 1n, \Ca.tf4lt. )( qZ languagc,;and I* in charge of the Chitre office ftb4f "'report. '''relayed< to Miami. and.J"r h'.lunal Wooien'a Committee would soon presenta will enter thousands of blossoms Afrfved '
J ur ".P ItaJnl.Y t, an t'b th t.. : ,: of Norman Oilier and Associates. 'ttie" Americans' I waited .with Club. r list of Item that the P.T.A. in 173 competitive classes KENNEDYCHARM
f-/", ,,1S p4 akhut o m ILIer, : Miami architectural 'guns *f 'thettvMde' Whiles,.. the CaBUfn furl the project'have could purchase for the school for ribbon award and 38 *il-
1.A cgdla c;Ott'iut; iu\ual., 1 stantt.A! little& }q.) clxitGi t l! up. 'I'do believe firm directing the Alliance for ,'naUbnal Tension guardsmen''.'stood''lat toy. I been'appointed by Mrs'Lele- with the profit realized from ''vet trophies. COINS. .
that our .ldtt allot) ,'nth| \uptown'streets look bet- Progress school building program 'began'1. 'W ***.,'M'.' bvr as follows: Mr. William the carnival.: .Silver of BrenzeRonnie's

J'r ,thaq ever.pe.fprft:' ,bUt,5com t, >S,balntwpMhrcertainnvaka I !. { ; He his In Panama.wife and: their three .'Monday.ther* wa '.tutf'warnirlg'W the Dtahdng"Hous-rcoUe will" Captain roN:!the- HOUMW Dewcy'Room count second was grade won by with Mrs.a Rummage Sale --0- '
I Jr,, uptown. buUJings' ,',nJN,<} ell.ttt''itr.; Ye*, and 'trouble. ''Reunion with Seat. ajMristed' by 'the: DeSol Future count of 22 parent present.
,we .can. stajul.or'(). pur boy, and'jfirl ,.Wien'ttml. v,< men. \imctals' and people of the Momemakelr''of America The meeting adjourned and Saturday TidBJtTh

,,10 ;bet',moa re fpecl" ,f lei>>!,; abouj, public ..propfirtie: Over toimtrysld j 'where* AUlane. < .with 'B.P.W.C.; member asistmr'1 refreshments were served in the The women of the Presby- be the peacock feather of duster today of may to-
the last weekend someone' dea royed'the'fixture and Birthday Party hi.4..IMWI".tt'MJteo.. ... terian church
rlWrt' 'df-irle 'cars.Prof. Cafeteria by several I mothers : will have a morrow.
(bulb on the electric. light polo In front of the Wom- For Small had been excellent, accord: J. ft. Webb. Principal of of second: grade pupil. Next Rummage sale Saturday' Feb.
an's Club building. Fry Ing. to Mr. Sintow.Church .o Smith-llrown school will captain month mothers of the third 1. starting *t 1 AM RIHMIE'S J
*.,: Arcadia Tourist meet In the club on Mondays.Thursdays Mrs. Eddie darner and hire.' 4S the negro section House grade pupil will donate cook: The sale will be held In the

.' and Saturday lint! have found the light Jim Skewer entertained Friday to House Drive. School. captains I..eand help serve refreshment Masonic Temple on North a EAST OAK ST.'ARCADIA ,

makes Jt safe for them ,to enter, and to leave. From the Jan. 17. to help their chlUdrun are Mr*. Joy Barnard. *. Monroe Avenue hext door to : FLA..
,looks of the broken glass it looks as though some Michelle Garner celebrate Party West Elementary; Mrs. Hazel the Presbyterian Sunday 4 DIAL WA STSt
'her fttn birthday annlvtrsary. Bryner. DeSoto High School School building.
thoughtless shot tho light with a 22 rlflo ;
; person away
and Walt Brewer --- -- -
and Mr .
or maybe some other type of jrun. I am sure that It celebrate his' 4th birthday an* Sunday nightThe School.* Elsie.Fort Austin Ogden Memorial will- News About -

never crossed their mind that their deed was so terrible, niversary. have Mrs. Gladys Helnse, Captain VVHILE
'but it could have been the cause of one or more per The young guest were invited Young couple class: of and Mr*. Pauline Montgomery The RussellsJoseph 18 .

sons falling ami breaking a bono. Yes, it could. to arrive at Mrs Oar. the First Presbyterian church Nocate. A. Russell returned VAJUKTUCS: : r YOU
Fortunately, Pauline Brown beautification chaIr- ner's home in Owen at 10 enjoyed a most delicious covered Heart Memorial Contributions Monday to his' horn In Ft.

man went out early Monday morning to water the a.m. They played the usual dish supper Sunday night may be made to Mrs. Joe Ogden after spending the I WAIT!

'plants, and reported the breakage to the Florida Power game for four and five ;year Thanks to Ins effort of W. L. Lefebvr at any time . attractive Christmas holiday visiting .

and Light Company and they, replaced tha bulb old children, and helped the 0.*. Jr. and David HoUoraam dignified cards are family and friend in the --
had toorder a similar fixture) or tine Monday. nlirht, two honor guests open all their always sent to the family ef north. PINE -
-when thci tourists- arriyed! everything- would- ...ve-iM.eii: gift._ who worked all Saturday afternoon the person In whoae memorythe *"" His daughter. Mary Mr*. POINT RESTAURANT
' -A' U neon the hostesses cutting swamp cabbage contribution. .U made; with William Creenlee. who live
'In darkness and probably nothing could have been Mrs. Garner and Mrs. Brewer. the supper was a huge the amount donated held: In In Rldceficld. Conn with husband U. S. 70, West .' r,e
(done about It until Tuesday. So please show respect served fried chicken potato confidence. Bud and their two children 1

Upor public property. chips party sandwiches, soft success. ;- ,Nanette and Bill, had WA 95581Personalized
l lllcycle Getting Popular drink,. and each chUd was The ..t.to-ceu.r was held l moat of the family for Chrlat-
UIt Is getting to he-a fad to ride a bicycle for given a piece of birthday cake at the suburban home of Dr. rna dinner. -- -
fyour: health. Saturday. .Kffie: and Ray Mlddleton\ rod from the two decorated: cake*. and Mrs. Frank aut terid&e. H. Morelands Mr. Russell sister MAnna

all around visiting their friends, and haps. keeping Attending were Walt and Clans member attendingwere and Elizabeth RusseU
'their figure trim also. Kay has been riding, whenever "U h.I.. honor guests; nobDrewvr Mr. and Mr*. W. L. Deea) who have been staying at the StationeryNapkin
since his. hNU't attack and Eerie U trying ; Dan Garner; John Jr, Mr. and ....... Bill MeAnly Visit the. PolksMr. trove In Fort Ogden until h*
j James, and VekU Marie Sunameralla Mr and Mr. Charts* NeSmlth returned plan to move back to Wedding Reception Annlyersary '
i!Ito lone a few |munds that she gained during the Christ ; Shawn. Anita Faye Mr. and Mrs..Marlon Townseml and. Mr*. A. C. P-olh. their apartment In Arcadia: In ry

inas gorging. Most of UM could stand the reducing cart: and Lee*. Kay Johnson; Cheryl Mr. and Mrs. HaroM Christ Sr. had a delightful surprise' the near future. Announcements or Any Forty
or anyway I could. Hut I never did want to ride a darner; Job and Kirk Me- Mrs Doris Christ Miner pew. visit recently when Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh llaaaon. ,

bicycle. I remember when .Olney (Mr*. J.A.) lived on Call; Lori Ann MUell; and 'Id HoDoman, Mr. and Mr*. 1.1. ,.. Hcber UoreLand '"f ...... who have been with them over Individual lty Personalized i
any si le' of town and we each had. chlldre with bi. parent M.. a. David Mlsell; R. D Rouah, Dr.. and Mrs CaJvln Do. California. paW them a dk. Chrome holidays, Intend -
Cycles she was always trying to get me to ".... .1.... Felton Garner: Mrs. Donald Martin. Mr and Mrs. Leon VialU to spend seine Um at All Types Office; Supplies' .
tart riding." Hut in those days, bridge WM the only Collier; Mrs, Merle Sum- Strickland. Mr. and Mrs Eddie Mr. and hits.. Moreland were Steata Kay before returning.

.recreation that 1 wanted, no I could never find the time meralls. : Mrs. Jim Brewer. ;. and Hushing Mr*. Betty Cam close& friends of IX Colonel t* their home In Mountain Complete Repair Services onAII
nor the Inclination. Now. I would be afraid I wouhifall Mrs. Sidle: Garner.Garden belL, Seward: Van Pellets Mr. and Mr*. Alfred V. Clark when Lake*, New ..Ie'7.Barbecue
and Mrs. listless McCaU Mr. they lived' In Riverside California t I Machines
:: unit! l break an arm or leg .. 'and I have HAD and Mr a. 1U Nell SorrelU., at the Urn. the Clark'ssat

;A DUOKKN: A KM. believe me. C'taplalllcDonaIoi Weatlak Van was born way back

Crateful: for FriendsAnd Club to 'df'TampsC; and the Sosta.. Dr. hV 1M. Mrs Moreland was one Sat. Arcadia_ Office Suppliers
I" / I hoi* we all are. Sometime I feel that weLake and Mrs Frank Gutterldge. of the friend who kept Mrs.Polk .
Meet for LunchThe
our friends for granted when we> feel real good Tbe dais member learned posted on the baby's Night ..At, a** N LL HIDOI.* .
cad everything U going along fine but everyone doesmt Arcadia 0.1'1IetC1u' thai. If ever la need of an erellent *- progress ai well as the health Mr. and Mr*. C.. 'r. Morrow. ..). "" 'I 'a. e C.! I
do. that. Marie lloundtrce, 218 W. Whldden Street will meet Monday, Feb. 3..l cook to ber-b-cue pork' .I Mr*. PMk own baby. Annie "23 Magnolia. St, entertained 130 w. O k St. IV A. '

vet her friend all the time, and when she was a pv the Club Center for a 12 nooncohered rtba. Juat call tm W. U 0..., Laurie Polk Clark. Tb tw* with a Barbecue In their .

lent in, the htwuital recently" they showed! that they. dish luncheon. Jr. b.casa. tbe'40 -. .ae cook fimllMM lived In a duoUx back yard Saturday eight
eciprocatxd by showering her with flowers cards andContinued After a short buslnea meet ed fur the supper were lust apartment and Mrs Maryland Th eke part .4 the party+ >
: ing. the afternoon will be spent ''right. "T' h e awamp cabbagiMMied gave a going away dinner party other than. tfc.* deladowa .toed..

_(.- _. .. on page :leA) in a*flower arranging -WorkShop bean, and many other :tor' them ''when, b* was beknat %r*.> t.**' fact. that Mr. and Special:; Styling J
--- goodie.. made each one make a\ trtswhrted".ves.s Mrs Morrow-* kueataTMr.'fttKt
All member are urged. toattend. promts not to eat again ... ..,'.. and. hits MorelaiMft have Mrs ahraa''T" eloM and Mr. ForValentine's
until the neat cook-out. Wen recent cu**** *f U. O>*- mod Mr*.' Sidney Tat.< wrKmner '
and Mr,, Clark. and family toWeatanlnater. very -.rlx'. frie U. rth
.* MaryUni* a a d *. Morrow W.MNI. they' lrr4In'CleveUnd Day
. Mr. and Mrs. Yancey Celebrated 'came Vr'FVirCkia eorwwt beet Otuo. sphere thNeUon'a .
Puburlwd" .every Thursday Cataoral. Jusi to stet'" and A4 th* Tat, tOi A"aoa.aC'ALIZING
morning at XO7.3O9 W. Vlstt with teh'fiaiks. ...... -a-t ;'
Golden IM
Oak Street Arcadia FlorVU. Earl &. NelbertMeditor* Wedding Anniversary I r FOUNDATION

. publisher; Margaret O. Nciberger. bu.lfanaa..n.ger. Mr ... Mr. Chris YanreycU4 cloth over gold. 'The center WAVCS

\ Entered. I Second Claa tatter October &'I. 1M at the ..ed tkeir OMn W.... .piece wa decorated. cater -
ding Anniversary Friday ot flanked by. eeftd..k.It.... .
Pot OUW at Arcadia. F1Oa1da. undercut .C Oagrea* *f SPECIAL
lest week. roM and ....I lUtitrd. en March 3. 117. Th ir ch&U& ,... Cty4' amiLsater v.nowe) -.. gUdtollu -. $ Carol RiChards

, Member FlorkU Ite* Association KaUeatal" 1 LiltorlalAUOCL.uoL Yaivcry Mad "Openllwuse and H&rysanthemuan) were '
for them at UM Bay used ta larr bake through- Quick Tint'
laternaUonal Cmifaremee .
4 Weekly Newspepee shore Mennonite church i. eel the recreation town HairStyling Brighten Natural'
Editor: Signs/ Delta. Chi. Saraae4a. when sacs' tMa 1Mtrtend Mr. and Mrs. Yancy wer* Wte tte t lrtw ri A to Color

Advertising RepreMtaUvs. ) Tleetda. Pro Servtr*. and relatlv attended.GraaddmagAwc'a married fca LewUl New t iota cwt 1I1ade, Lighten Darken, Hair:
*T the hoar Yerk.T>ey kav. feet. children; lami tarietyt
ou.yUkn.rida; Anterlcan Neenpaper"' Representative. er couple Misses Brand Yas Mr. M..*Mll Ke ertitet. Oy lan4 >,I .Lt Freak QetI S6.0f) 'liscltMlias $*t

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$. .. states?One Year 94. 0; SU Moath I12L Yaacy. sad Mr*. Cwt! V...... City: and Mr Claxe*., .
and cranttaona Don ga* K* ec- WMrtr e4 UowviUe NewYrtu lfrJ6noi J;
Single Copy J.taJJeis..4-i Cent. *.!. Ronald aad Bruce Tans 4, 5 k Bast! Fk3wersGiE !

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THE ARCADIAN Arcadia Florida Thursday January 30, 1964 3-A:

CHIT CHAT :Ij ley Wake .Up Younger Peace Corps Exam Set My Neighbor?

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(Continued from page 2-A! ) CENTKR3 FOR SENIORS anywhere without use of my

visits. Looked to me as : thou b one of the florists D.MU" Helen. I keep hearing car I recently lost most of the v.At

.had opened a branch shop in her room but she toted ReportREP. about Sotnier Citizen Centers.: use of the .left side of. my body Sarasota Feb. 8 n
which. give real help. They provide ..IUL11JSYou're
them all. She has a green thumb maybe not. but Of
she docs enjoy working in her flout-rs, and ban real part-time Jobs training the in good shape says DeSoto County residents Interested and other federal buildings! ) Inprincipal ;
Institute of Med
act adlceover Physical
classes legal
good luck with them. Marie has been sick a great deal JAMES A. HALEY age: driver! insurance hospitalizteton cine and Rehabilitation, New In joining the Peace : clUes throughout the a I

.for the past three or four years and just maybe thU WASHINGTON (Special)- policies, blood bank York University Medical Cemter. Corps may take the next United States beginning at 8.30

will ,be the last time for a spell. I am glad 10 be able to reportto deaturee.. 1 o w-cost drugs, Their research' financedby placement 3th.tests.It was Saturday.announced February a.m. I

MILDRED MORGAN was in the hospital several, those oX you who have been homemaker for the sick etc. the Public Health Service here today. About IS hours is requiredto

days, last week. She \v& stricken with an intense pain disturbed by the .anama situation Our city" has nothing like this. shows that most handicaped Pisces nearest Arcadia where complete the tests. Included .

in her back. When the ambulance went to pick her which 'U all of you. I Who starts thorn' '* Could I persons can swiftly move beck the tests will be given are
up they misinterpreted the address, and drove in the suspect,. that the outlook now start one? I have plenty of into the driver's sent If their Avon Park City Hall East Main are a 30-minute general aptitude ,

Louie Morgan driveway. Gertrude happened to be at Is that the United States Government lime and plenty. of us around Interest and motivation sure Street; Sarasotaa Main Post test and a SO-minute modern r

the store but MINNIE WAS NOT. and I am telling for ()nc-e.: is not going here need plenty of help.SINCERE powerful. Evaluation of driver Office; St. Petersburg Open language aptitude .... Applicants t I
to back down and makeconcessions JOHN trainability was fallowed by who haveany proficiency .. .
Fourth and First
you., she was scared that something had happened to Air Station ---- t
Centers lake this were started safety education teamed with '
Gertrude, and they were not welcome. Gertrude is well aimed at getting Avenue North; and Tampa In Spanish or French are 1
by Sincere Johns like you designed < on
now. and so is Mildred She said Monday that she felt Panama politicians oft the They secured" free office apace the ,vehicle: reported the Drivers Room 425 Post Office and Build- ptlrants who have any pronclh f I Lots Moro In '64'1 1t
grand and hope the reports from all the tests that hook.Involved. rallied some nepers, put up a Safety Service.' Give her lug Street.Florida Avenue 0 u r language achievement t' i

ahe had will be good also.Another In our official determination sign, hooked up telephone the gas .Julius! Th non-competitive apU- test In these languages do-

Great Grandson: to stand firm against und went into business Go tudtt tests will be administered S4 nud to teat mastery of grammar -t OPENS NEXT WEEIC

The A. C. Polka had an early Wednesday of last the extravagant demands thou and aim, likewise! You can JURY DUTY OUR PRIVILEGE at 825 locations (post offices vocabulary and reading

'week call from Punta Gorda with the big news of the of Panama Is more than pick up some directives from Why aren't we retired folk comprehension.' j 1i I
of Paul the security of the Panama some of the free booklets vent ever called to Jury, duty? Fifteen Irior knowledge of a foreign
birth Lee Polk of their grandson Charles
son Canal itself. To knuckle underto of Courthouse language Is not required" furl'
as compliments of this column us went to the -
Yolk Jr.. and wife Paige. They also have a 3 old Area Steering
year Panama would ; Peace Corps 1I
now open on request. Just write to Na- to register. for Jury duty service officials
son named Charles Michael III. Charles graduated" from the door to Cuban demands tional Senior Center Lehlgh but not one of us has been Mid.

Florida Southern and is now associated in business with that we do likewise with regard Acres KlaOn* man who called in over four years. Are Group MeetingS Applicants who take the test I 1kw

his father in Punta Gorda. to the Guantanamo Naval l launched one of these Senior we second-class citizens Or February 10 must also submit a completed: -

:. Lilljt Belle Polk> not being able to catch me on liase. Our entire military position Citizens Services< Centers was considered senile? Any. advice? Peace' Corps questionnaire,*

the phone sent me a card and she enclosed! the clipping In the Caribbean wouldbe awarded a Plaque of Honor by ANGRY Area tuberculosis associations available from moat purl uf-I .

that came out in the Arcadian 1-24-64 in the 30 ? affected adversely, and severely his city later by his state for A noted columnist. In a large are being developed fices, college Peace> Co.....

Years Ago column where ahe had received an inter- if we bargained away his achievements! city voiced the same complaintlast throughout the state under a son officers, or from the' Peace

esting package from her brother, Paul T. Lee who was our rights in the Canal Zone _k. In 40 years of residence master. plan of re-organisation Corp. Washington 35. IXC Applicants et
and at Guantanamo. WHO TELLS THE TRUTH he's not once been surnstoned approved In 1M3 b). the Florida who have not submitted -
representing Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer moving picture Moreover because it has Dear Helen!' Everybody her to jury duty., Two year Tuberculosis and health the questionnaire earlier I
concern in Java at that time. The package containeda been officially established that reads your column, so please do ago. hundreds of women similarly Association Board of Directors.. will be asked to> complete"( one

number of articles including kimono, luncheon set, Custro-tratned Communist agents not use my name. How can a neglected for jury duty Area No. e. comprised of De immediately after the testing.No r

a' silver belt and many other things. Now Charles was played leading roles In person meet someone who Is fought a crusade to get recognized Solo. Itartiee. Highlands. and applicant may take the testa .
'not born at that time so none of the above, loot in- the Panama rioting to yield honorable'?! How can you teU if as potential jurors. They Polk counties Is scheduled. toga second, time without special See f...",...'.er_**..toMlwalS a.weww.t

fluenced them in naming their little boy after a now to Panama's blackmailingtactics they're telling. the truth now serve on juries all over into operation April 1.. 1864. permission front the Trace .. Ws. +New nk,w.aar..N..l,noosed..Ied .

;great uncle who now lives in Altadene. California. No. would be to Invite a WISTFUL, the place! In most states Jury The Initial meeting of the steer. Cur .. .* W bwldlt.I m.V. WeW-ell .wlil a
guess we will just have: to say that Charles Jr. and tapped up Cuban program Alas there's no guaranteethat duty .Is voluntary, not mandatory hut committee of Are No. Swill There are no passing or failing 1. war. N. .. |wto4. Art f....*.. r
Paige wanted to please their grandmother and liked fur the training of saboteurs, you should meet only for folks aged 92 up. Ad- be held February' 10 at the marks on the Placement "."."-..-tall.oi.l, .sates' A.dSMOe.kaa iide/ -

the Paul Lee. and stepped up activity by those who are honorable. vice Yuu bet. Muster your Chamber c I. fnmmerce BuildIng Test and scores are not released t.Iae..nla.,.l..a. mris.aol
name these Red! agents In other nations Truthfulness Is much easier. fifteen angry men and stomp Bartow.A to .p Ucal1t.. Test results .ad c...".., MM**...C....., r
of the western h mla- You can check statements by right back to the Courthouse! target date of April I. 1 len aid 11the selection. process slam. aen.v sad ..blot. ...- a"
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phere.I asking other people Inquiringof lie sure to bring voter's has been for along with othnr criteria. They y
your set completing re- ...Aeissn Hlw.._ ........
would say at this point that your Chamber of Commerce registration with you! organisation of all Florida help the ...('. Corps to place ,....... 11Io.-i C_. I'

this Is my kind of foreign policy banks loan companies, counties Into II are. assortslions. applicant 'In the moat appropriate
a policy In dealing with and even pitch some well- NEED: HELP ON A PnOItLJCMr As of April 1 I. 1M4. six o"e..Iacnmenta.. 1P r.
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other nations in our own best placed questions to the per :\ Writ to Helen Alpert area associations will be In op..radon. While most I Peace Corpe vol. BIO I
feMJ Interests. uninfluenced by son's former hometown. Ifyuu'r. National Senior Center Le- unteers are college' graduates, 2
rambling thinking about what already suspicious and high Ac..... Florida or In Officers of the steering committee a college education Is nut required r BIO SHOWS t

this step will do to our ..lma.." worried you're probably care of this newspaper. Writ. will be elected at the If an applicant can offer

In the eyes of the world. That right! today for the free list of the meeting of Ares No. S on February a special skill. or expertetiv *

word Image has become many booklets and services 10 and suggested operational Liberal arts college graduates M.ir.l.e ie /t.AO.ieo Tfc.lH'
a horrid word a coinage of CALLING ALL, ARCHITECTS available to you compliments procedures will be dis with no spe Madison Avenue's Adve..tl.lnllAae. In September you wrote mea of this column.Pcnnsy cussed. A report" will be givenon often used! .. teacher and euro, r_......tosec H ....4.....t....f.-big-skeet'W_.

Mrs. Ad ell ahlcm returned of 5ebrln((. accompannled by nut for myself. If we must letter recommending attention .regulation for merging noru munlty deveoiMnetit .workers.To listeN. sa eels! peel!

\ home Thursday of last week their son. Major Henry Mitchell be concerned about our Image to an authentic analysisof profit corporaUons under Florida take. the Placement Task f.... I,*. *. It e.Ml1.

from a holiday visit" in Del- : of Ft. Jackson S. C. were In the eyes of the world I housing for the elderly, for statutes. applicants must be'' American IMCA Rte. CeeAete gees.
Sunday guests of Mrs. Mit would rather that the imageof architects. Several of us are Visitors According to Rev' Roland cltliens at least IS years of reSM. lO-lg -
more Long.Island. New York students majoring In architecture O. > .. There la no upper age lira-. RCA ctth. *M4MMltl.*> ..eee..i
chell's: brother Mr. and !.In.S. Uncle Sam be that of a Riot cl1mann of Jacksonville g ardeN skew. 1ft .... _.
with her two sister Mrs. Nkk C. Smith. Major Mitchell strong figure aelf-reipectlng at the university her. Do president of the Florida Tuberculosis it. Married. couple may applyIf Ck.rplea sere, 5..11!
Katona Mr. Katona and family came down to help his mother and demanding the respect: of you happen to have any more Plan PicnicIn and Health Association, they" have no dependents under 'w a e .s5w ..a'. ', be',1rra.r.weh
and Mrs. Al Kroger ..Mr.Kro..r .._-II.......
valuable material of this type re-organUattonal 18. tusk
celebrate her birthday whichwas : others than that of a rich but plan was .
and family. The Katona' Sunday.Mrs. naive old man who mistakesfor JACK JUNIOR Bra den ton devised to meet current pre- Training will begin this summon .S4...._mmmv Order. 4 e.mrmr Oaks bee 1 ecad.roar te Se..'
plan to visit here sometime affection the selfish desires To my desk today came. a ...... needs and changing trends. to help fill requests for wig. _

in March.\. II. P. Bevls and Mrs. of his friends and neighbors handbook of the finest source' Florida winter visitors from i In the fight te eradtoate tuberculosis more than 9.000 volunteers 'ct l IN rt* ON..ITOMtVf lviitr.
Grace Smith were Saturday to get hold of his money. material you ever sawt It I. and to combat other respiratory serve In 441 l'llIt.--ln' Latin r
'Mrs. Fan Hammond Miss Ilen- afternoon business visitors In I might add that .Ietta Hammond. Mrs. El vita Punta Gorda ultimately will place Reading List for Architects. will have a picnic get- at both the state and local Hundreds cf different skill. are -'" n..rlel w 1,.......
'!'Tlnnln and Mrs. Juanifa Tucker of .> |ra. ..k.. ..<.. ......,.**.
to the fields
Get It by writing the Housing needed In ) major
the controversy with Panamain to-gether In Brsdenton. Fla, level by, Insuring maximum I fl.! .!.... ,.... ..., ItiCklltt.P. .
of FayettevUle. N.C.. were Mrs. Harry JRobbins. acconxrponied a more tolerable perspective and Home finance. Agency Feb. IS. Reportedly, the plenlc utilUalien ef aU combined, seeure. education agriculture, health,\ I 0. ... Illl...ups.I. ..
Saturday overnight guests ottheir by her daughter Mrs. The time has arrived when Office of the Administrator. will be held Klwanl ... Including' funds and enstruetlwn. engtneerlmi. nab t
sister-in-law. Mrs. V. P. Jerry Vesper of Ft. Myers, this country must give serious Washington' 25. D. C. It was at personnel. sommunity d."et. ,
'Cearhart and Mr. GearharU Hall and It was requested thai -- ---- -- ---- -
fellows -
were Sunday guests of Mrs. thought to sponsorship' of a nice to hear from ;you -----
Miss. Hammond and Mrs. Tucker Nell Drown. sea-level canal across Central again! those. planning to attend bring '
had not visited ,with Mrs. "
America The Panama Canal a basket dinner and table ser -
Gearhart in 43 y .r". The ladies PILOT FOR NEW JOBSI
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Policy actually Is obsolete Its 110- vice.
1 are touring Florida and arrived Wednesday of last foot locks will not permit pa.- am emtretnely InterestedIn CAR WASHSPECIAL
calls relatives According to the committeeIn
making on
< pop .
week from Timonium. Md. fora sag of our largest warstolp or the pilot project you described
and friends. visit ,with Mrs. roUe,..'. sis- of the new supertankers. Mare- on "vocational, rehabilitation charge, coffee will be furnished .

ter.. Mrs. Howard Roberts and over, the lock system makes of elderly handicappedfor and the dinner ____. _
of -
Mrs. Olive S.
Mr. Robarts. They came to the waterway highly vulnerable employment suiting their will run from I p.m. and wilt I.-
Indiana accompaniedby :
Elkhart. attend the wedding and partiesof to either air attack or surface abilities.. Where can 1 get a be served family style.'
her Mrs. H. Gallawey -
of niece Legomlrej Indiana, Mrs. Policy's niece. Miss sabotage. copy of this report Entertainment la planned In Free Gold Pond Stomps
Patricia Robarts to David H. (Surveys have been made. of Mrs. W.T4I. the style of a short ProtP'...... I .
of last week for
left Thursday
Pattlson of Clewlston. possible nuts across northern Please write to Jewish Vratlonal .. Card. wll meet be mailed this TOO
their homes following/ a visit
Colombia aeross Nicara Service at 10 N.C. 3rd year. I
.here with Mrs. Edith Scott. Mrs. W. B. Miller left Sunday gua-Costa RJca. and art>ss Ave, Miami. FT" *. II With PurcHoM of

morning for Gainesvillefor southern Mexico. Of toese the I 00 WASH JOB SPECIAL
Ted Uxzell of Moorehaven
a few days visit with her Colombia route would be the HAPPY MOTORING! ,$
Friday guest of Mr. and 1' OPPIN IXP/lip' Pt.UAHY 0
was sister Miss Sally Nixon. least costly nut the M*.lcn Ar. there any facts on auto CALLING ALLHOMEMAKERS I
JoII_ V. P. Ceartvart.t .
route& often attractive p .elbillUe .- driver. who become hanrfleappe .*

Mr. and lots Sidney Tat Mrs. Nat. Recce returned for a partnership deal l. but might continue to f .... fJLH T1IIM. IIAydY: -oOI'ON
t hone Saturday, from a two with a> jgnvernment substantially drive their car? I'm In this .y'A. O. rottf. 'J*. : '
of Cleveland. Ohio ar* spending
weeks visit. M Mlam with .he wore stable than some spot. After 41 years' *I"'ne.'
the winter months In the ,IMAGINATION. '
mother Mrs Arthur Cooper others. I'm now' miserable" cant get AND STAMPS
Morrow' dotage on East Magnolia __ ____ __ _. COURAOg AMgNggOfO 1.00
-n-- -- -n-- -- --- ----------- --- '- ------ / .
Street. I I
I I '!"
II Whew"" .*<*... I
I Mr. and Mrs. R. Avalon I II ewe asses woe I

Griffin arrived Tuesday from 1AUTOMATIC I 'Waal are sae
Valdoata. Ga. to attend the 1i sale ",,_ lwdeaeeeie

funeral of his. brother-in-law, i, aasmne
l John H. Tree-dwell. Jr. They' f fI '. I Rhetae.st 1111 I, Phone)
I ...
I MN !
,twill spend a few days her I
> with his. sister. Mr. .adwell.<: awe TN, el..aple : w -" JOE'S PU E SERV CE

I ............ are :: ,
\ Mr*. W. W. ZJgUr.. children aes agaaa. FrflckUp..
Linda Sue said Tommy of u.... ... ..e ".... POL1/
1 Belle Glade were called to Arcadia .'. .... pod teas*. andS a .
early last week because In J..anting. yew fcoene. ,
of the asrious Illnsas of Mss. I '. .. + 1'ftn4Ift..78U are es..-.- o.rk.'Y .rrko
: Meg .
Zigalrs father John H. Tre.d- fJJ.TEi.nq'e.- yoMT awn est emiallty.
yams rerlalfWrUae
) well. Jr. who died early ..1..1 e....a6tor jeers are .....

-day morning. They will remain : WASHER and ........,*. Tow can ... ..... .,-
with Mrs. Tread wen for s eo a beautiful jell .In m..r
few day* longer, and Will then .m..._. way sad atyUe.Oe .

return bom j 2-SPEEDS 2-CYQES I* te -......NINA tassel. __...*4.*aloe. awl. w'. slave a Yfoe fWIMt- ., ........+v*. '-"lah.4/ w... wtt'u

fI *> *e M .. eet _*.!_
Mrs. Rupert Smith went to Yeti Was ft rue n..f4.. ..' Car In TwwJoe's ..
'1 .erff .e --.* .. a.... weal. Y..I' Car .
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon TW.... ef I. M| ;...... HOtMAL ft0 fts* I yee (..*. "

for a few day visit with Mr.j ....- ... .... e. SCOW. frttO .*eCcTKTal ....... r f aI..." Mysat. -.-f .

and Mrs. Harvey ... Smith. ........ w.............................ossalag. wll'.r take tne stare e* cup AND MIMSM THIS COUPON NOW I
I ..... ..-d.. .A ....... ....... eases a NOSMAt.CTeu *.*. .] tt.v and M e, we
Mrs. Dan Yarborough and ... n.l.. ....... .. SMOtrT CTCU lee I ....e seen t......< fuess ........ ; Use

...Dummy, left Tuesday. -- .... ........ t l.ni.w ..eer.aeeis.ar awls snoe-etrtAg Uhet llf--.
tag after a few days visit bet I ......, eSee .... aP.. ...... "** .. ysharwa ***. M mim....... i0'/I1R"GOL it
with her mother. Mrs. J. H. .. .......... ef .-. bodcs 9'f
TreedweU. Sr, and ocher reia-. News{.Oi.p 'AI"" W&. s.... ..... y ... /_ .- ,..e r PURE SERVICE '$

u.... I .,.,... ......... IP.1, .......sIF p..tis see. awasusy .ea w ), 1OE'i' Pure
...A .... .
+ please ye. a. d
Mr. and Mrs. Toeai Mitchell ..... sad .... ec-- proper sseDi.p..e.1 ..., ...... r
........, ....... lee ...... A.1. ...... be .hstd N essee.ea Cr.d..tGTaw
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P.u.ry I. t34 M
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Bond S ie.t Atti.ed.e. ..M'to' s..Wmg ... /esa. 'p. C.rd 1
DeSoto \I W...... + .11..a apt fiwliiiiee, ve '
S. 12.-U. V.raay I pee reek the I = =
Mw,71iiM gas,... s 1ed.a.-etr .
Soles Higher j .0.4. II4S1Jy.W uPe&. t.... >>1. aftt..d.M weal .ei ... se-to* yes ..sw

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.w n.nd.a. r..v r sw aa-u.eilldlt .. ........... ......
N plat .rd..deo4 .. w 1 i-- : ea-- .. ,....... ... ea.a1
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I. Do6Me C ,sty tae, ......... M '--- Pure service'S.
IJ total root tar yt..+..Iwa I ..- ..ee ,.. ee.vN Les..w
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s1L.TT7 e.s.p:+r.d Ie the'ttSl3 Mary. eaee ...... e.eee ...... 3 e *< l A.* MS je* I
/ t.. IIIIad3 M.sic FeYMtaT* S&er. .... ..... tae w...... r "
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Mr. woes 17JM" tt....d W.Oik woe 0.. ....... M Now.t. 1
12oaQ.a. c *y a .4.. yem4I.f 33 FOLK'S WA ... 1.Aemcae Pease .wA --hl }from Kwik Chek-
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I ,LOCAL ., .;; .


Published Every Thursday DIAL WA 8-8501 TO PLACE CLASSIFIED AD

Florida Thursday, January 30. 1964
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nu 207-C9 W. Oak 8t. Arcadia. Florida

WA 8-8311 MRS.. .BENITA.. KAZEN ..and he ..to ,hereby..... directed to cojw o to ARCADIA LIVESTOCK with instructions issued b\ >;,
PHONES WA 8-1501 OR be .b'' ; this Resolution o. notice MARKET: License Tag
office Motor "
RAYMOND KAZEN Paper of tho holding of eucti Sceciol Vehicle: < <>mmissioner. -

,')1 0 Classified: 9 cents per word. Minimum charge 100. hanging. Free estimates. Sam- _flection, of Mh.o.n.rocWculov.on. Arcodion/ i a naw/in- Free To VetsSt. If certificate of the

ple books. 28 years experience. the City of Arcadia. Florida.. / for ttwea covering the -
vehicle: has
o Display Advertising In classified section $126 per eucc..o inwmd.ohly. follow- nc
Write RFD No. 1. Wauchula. Livestock Petersburg (Special) been transferred into
h. dot.
M.of. ReportJanuary the ,.
::11 column Inch. Minimum size accepted-one Inch. "rhi of .e
Phone PR 3-6803 or PR 2- Kotolution adopted end put Melvin T. Dixon. Director
6173. 18-c lico...... thereof ordered by the City of Veterana' eran's name transfer or ape>! ...
',1" 0 All classified cash with order unless Advertiser Council. of Arcadia. Florida. G' a th" Department cation of title properly execut.ed .
S0.! M.otlno duly called. an this Affairs announces that the
> has established account with The Arcadian. 22 1964 must be submitted
the 2irh day of January, I9A4. of the Florida with proper .
"'.:. 0 Deadline for Classified Ads Wednesday O.OO: ...m.tCU. City Recorder of tho City of Legislature In Senate Bill 285 proof ownership 1M;:
Nursery Cardan .Alcod.... Florida Slaughter Steers Stocker Heifers license required title fees.
provided a permanent
Classified set In eight point type. Average 48 words 30 Mowor-ftotory Cultivator ten JO. Fob ..n. I9A4 Good ....$19.50 to $21.00 Good ... 20.00 to 20.25 plate for those amputee vet- Dixon said since the I ,1t
tr Rotary COURT
per inch. TWIIFTM JUDICIAL ... Med ..... 17.30 to 19.90 erans of World War II including provides that tax free license

!!,,'. Box number charge 25 cents extra. If replies to ...GROUNDS-47 IQUIPMINT 0...CO... ,... AND'IN FOB CNANCIY.OKOTO O..:::C'.CU.Tc.. YO, lO.'DA c. Slaughter Stdn ...Cow. 17.75: Com .....u.. 16.75 to 18.75 veterans of the of Florida Korean plates be issued to amputee .e,.

be mailed 80 cents. NOTICI O SUIT -- ant ..... .. 16.75 action resident trans permanent and train.
'..ntl. JIRALO Plolnt.tfROSALYN I. NtWBcHUr I. Uty .__...__ 13.00 to 16.25 who have acquired a motor ferable the 68 prefix tag w.;_

Card of Thanks charged: at classified: rates. Cut ....m. 11.00 to 13.00 Stocker Steers vehicle through financial assistance not be Issued to the amputee

.. WANTED Do*.ndan MASH* NIWBIRP.V, Good __...$18.50 to $19.25 of the Veterans Ad- veteran tax free as in the pan

TO: At'M'SH NCWBERAr.Cairo. /". ''Slaughter Hulls Med .. .. 15.75 to 18.00 ministration, and provides for
WANTED used .
..9.19II' Good planoov.Wilt R. P. D. No. a 'Uty ... .... 16.50 -- these permanent
.. MISCELLANEOUS: trade on new furnitureor Goora'la Com..... 14.00 to 16.25 transferring
You are hereby notified thof license plates to any vehicle MUSCULARACHESPAINS
I new piano. ARCADIAMUSICFURNITUTIE wet ff divorce ha been Inet.tuted. Slaughter Calves Inf .._..___ 12.25 to 13.75 thereof -
obtained In replacement
STORE. by /M above named plaintiff m the Good .. ID.OOto 23.00 ,
FOR SALE above elyled court m.
r' ;, REAL ESTATE i oaoinot you and Stocker Bulls
tfc y.u ere. Mr *T ordered notitied and Stdn ...... 17.50 to 20.50 .
1 --- -- -------- '. "' Med 15.00 to 18.25 series
; "Li.1! your ens.or to in.plomMt's ._ Dixon said the special
:"i; FOR SALE Used Oas RangesIn WANTED-YounG man. willingto af Comolaint film* oVgainst Uty ........ 15.00 to 17.00 u.
i FOR SALE Good Condition. DcSoto you in the obo..tyled couw Com ..._.. 16.00 license plate designated "DV"will Take PRUVO tablets when /on
work and learn Cull ........ 14.00
'1 6q lIE Gas WAlnut wanting to with the Clerk. of the otwva *iyl' .<. be permanent and will not want temporary relief front
Company. Phone i a trade. Must be 18 and In good Court on the 29th day of February,, Stocker Calves minor aches and pains and bod-
52-tfc (964; and to verve ...... each In the
84301. a copy of be renewed year.
;' "b FOR RINT or Bate-Thre. and physical condition. Apply to on.-., :" Lewi.' I. Purvr, > O. 8oc Slaughter Vealera Good ...... 18.00 to 19.50 in order to secure the stiffness often associated: wiui:!
Mr. Clous, mechanical superintendent 2?*' A'1"' Florida. attorney torplo.nhff Good .... 24.75 to 27.50 future Arthritis. Rheumatism. Bun .
FOR SALE Brand 30calibre.
one-hall acres land. Cleared new ; m dotoult. of writer the Med ........ 16.25 to 19.00 "DV permanent license plate <
WA 15 shot Army style The Arcadian. 1 matter* alleged m MidIaWl', will Stdn ...... 21.25 to 23.50 Com 16.25 If, Lumbago Backache end
Utli ready to 'plant. Telephone be tokr.r a. conf.w.d ........ 14.75 to the amputee veteran should
.;. 88755. automatic rifle $77.77. Also 17-tfc a decrra pro confetto ent by you and Uty ........ 17.00 to 20.50 submit his Florida registration. Painful Muscular aches Lose

ea'Ii. 13-14-13-18-17-18-19-ZO-P electronic Dog Trainer (or REAL ESTATE WANTED .YOU..roc.... d"(0-f"f.. _..(. olowedrte/ Cull ........ 14.00 Stocker Calves 100.250 hock collar Perfect for Have buyer for improved or I Good ... 23.50 money back. At all drug count.
-- -- ) : WITNESS mt had and o"oclal ... 21.75 to like to register with "DV" tag
breaking dog from bad raw acreage. Please five details Mal 50 tad Court ..... 29th day of Stocker Cows ers.
it" CLASSIFIED DISPLAY your J0.iery,. A, 0., 1964. a. Arcadia' Med\ ........ 19.50 to 24.50 to the office of Motor Vehicle Arcadia Drug 88. OeSott
1.81. habits Tlnsley's Feed Store. 22 : legal price term, owneror Desoto County. Plordo..: Com ........ 14.25 to 18.40 Com ........ 17.00 to 19.50 Commission. Tallahassee. Flor-

..I .. South Orange Arcadia. WA 9- agent. Roy Key Realty. P.O. IU"'L) LESLIE (. AVANT Inf .......... 12.25 to 15.50 Inf .....:.. 16.00 ida with fifty cents service feel)
3201. IS-tfc Ilex 1323. Coral Gable. Fla.
JOHN PARKER 9JTI11.of tha Circuit: Court and request the permanent
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hal, REALTOR FOR SALE-1958 Bulck. excellent '. D.By C.AIPHA N'TZM N/GER 376 head of cattle and calves in the offering. Slaughter "DV" license plate.
condition. Take over LEWIS B. PURVIS When the veteran trades a
steers heifers and cows scarce calves .50 to 1.00 higher. -
III HOMES DROVES Attorenv 5 Law for which "DV" tag
paym..nu. Phone WA 8-8631 t>. O Bow 226 vehicle 1,
p RANCHES 17-18-p Arcadia, FloridaATTIir Stocker steers .50 to 1.00 higher heifers 1.00 to has been Issued the plate may Due to limited time 1

"u'. Corner L EGA leilie (\. A Avant THUf COPY 3.QO higher cows 1.00 to 3.00 higher and calves 1.00 be transferred to his new vehicle can do only tax returns I

., f East Oak and North DeSoto Clerk. .,''the have handled In
Circuit Court after he has completeda previous
TRACTOR Tlttf to 2.00 higher. 75 to 11 of
.. NoTicEs Deiot County F lor idol percent stocker percent the
Arcadia Ph. WA 5431ClASSIFltD How ooevt o. B/J4/4 M too By ALPHA fNTZMINGIR/ notice of transfer of "DV"license years.
ails MOW aooa* a ool. :"Yi'( /Joapry -. ISiAU D. C sale cows and 15 percent of the cows slaughter. plate which may be Clients may make appoint.
lervo I..oe4 tiro. f.. tM M. Jon :30. Feb -13-20. 144
__ ment by calling WAlnut 8-
heofw. n obtained at the local col-
w. ..... trier*. TO THI TAXFAT.S O* i controct: to the boil ....... of De- CARD Of THANKS 4481.
lector's office. The Tax :
_. cOllec-1
BISOTO COUNTY Soto County bid to Board
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of Commntionor.. BOH 40/ May we take this opportunity tor will transfer the "
PHIL ANDERSON Ohtrloirter90S 'Ie4 04.re County Tan AoWtnwnt e..s''l.: ..... I James R. Mundell
J IN TMI COUO.T OF TMt COUNTY to express our deepest gratitude automobile '
tout Mooroo to the veteran's new -
FOR SALE .0''''. I ball be in the rVecinct I BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
juo i. oisoio cOUNTY rtoaioA .n 10 S. DeSeto Ave.Arcadia. .
date H. O to all friends for
ivon taW GAKNfft. ChairmanMotryd our payment of fifty
IM FO.OSATI .n e.:0: : : : W. T,,_. : .rotoryJon. upon I Florida
r New and Deed Mobile Home. IN ait ISTATI OFT .!.-! Property ."'-..... Porvano bkl. I ISfALI) the kindness shown during our cents service fee in accordance:
HAMILTON'SJANUARY OI CHItQ' D r-e)wA Proovrty Fob recent bereavement. j
All Cal; DITOae AND riasoM opplicationt' for Horn I 30. I9o4r I

New 2 andS bedrooms priced SPECIALS HAYING CLAIMS. OH DIMAMOS. lead ;../3 f.lion.0*"..", Wtdow'S I.f''pt.on.'I-em-.. hI TNt CIRCUIIP COU.T D. THI Mrs. W. F. Holton !
I low S3903.0O. Top ""IUTN
.1 a JUD.e'AL CIRCUITN' AHD and Family
it _.... close. In boon You ond eoth of you aro hereby I
'5s.aIrheoffi'Nou. .,... FOR DU tr COUNTY FLORIDA
offered trade-ins. r" BIDDERS
prices on formed noverf sad 14,400 notified and reo> lred to orooont ony Ft. W...... 9'00 IM CHAMCIO.TMO. i 18-c
and domamU which or ;:
I _.. 2 N homo claim yes 1 IS GIN. .JI. !
omall orovo 4.9OO 094. .t you, may ho>iro oeainot theT Ptoyd.n'i ,. MOTICI TO CARD OF
lateof .F decooM
ecr.N "In orov.-; \; : oitoto Id Child t '1000 A DALf. FOtriPl
2 br homo BOO aid County to tt>o County Judaeof Corns SlrouS. MS' wish to thank my many
MOBILE HOMES INC. Pemi.cot.:::: DeSoto County, llorioa.: at rti* '''!, .!t''O'-' rtmm"nHtNDV
2 b black .
... of aid 10:15: le I II 1 00 A. M. v. friends for their cards andpray..r. 4 School Busses

Hwy. 17. Nertr. Wauohula 4 br.pott 2" b.1AI.I Oink' : homobuiltin S,500 County otfico ot Anodes trio. court F.cr home_, witttln' .icalermiar Cob.: Church Noc., ... .11.10Ywth11i Defenoonti I. COHeN ot, 01. while I was a patient

PhoneBARKLEY'S .. f/9O dour Ii... publication man tno from of ,.it..*.. notice time of. Two tno CM1o.lAAN.dk. Uj4' TO.. THC OtriNOANT .Henry I. Cohen In the Tampa Hospital. Thanks

PR ..8214 Contact bo copie'in af eactt claim end or loll rjemarxl*tato hall...... .le..W.1200I C..w..San.. 8re..n.itf., 200 how olive, ,-and-.It*, Ned legatee to ,hi*or unknown..- again to one and all.Eliie. I 1948 Chevrolet 36 passenger
writma. I
h 2:30: P. M.;; tee*, and to all pvrtan* having or Williams
JACK CHASTAIN place at roddence owl patw. sunt. ... .
.r khool Ho.-e. 2:41 eel claimlna any in the follow.menfo
axldro of trto claimant, onrl Mall 1951 International 60
WA *.|i<| :3.15 P. M. I '" dorD.d.wl..: 18-c passenger
bo tvorn to by ins cnlmant. h5 0Q..eSC...... 51 1/. I
HAMILTON BIAITY3o ejod occnp.nMdby t4ojN. 3.45 N \'a of SIV. 0' aeNonTe
FOR SALE BY OWNER-" "' penhs attorney.' ,. J. ..... 4 00 P M. v.h. ::19 South. Renee 2$ CARD OF THANKS
) otfloe H..... .* TI.MFORMLIiClam. 0 f''dwe fee .n I 1952 GMC 48
; ac.:1. Ctreh PL..,... 4 .t. n DeSoto C- .. 00.4 I passenger
Mortgage on Local Property nid clo.o a d.oo.d not eo filed' : 900 PMwo fO .bled S. I.-Mwey -___ I wish to- thank all my .

prevent 8% Interest balance, payments$4.020.09.monthly
dress Dox 801, Lake Worth', and Valencia budded I (l tare<* Cr ofT M. CI.A. Hall M. A'cOc.l.. 110,3} been relief tiled egos. yew wHeiom .... while I was a patient in the
o1-t ouar>t nM
af ills
: quieting I
Fla. 18-19-20-c from registered trees: V4 to 4 _- Jan. I l..4NOTICI tbael-i.. r.r r o"ation ontor A title In tno plaintiff to Ills above Sarasota Hospital. These buses may be seen at school bus ga-
INTINTION'TOFICTITIOUI cur. ,to I soil Jk. U. described rand '
.. _... Inch lemon R. C. Keeneon OF I RIGIST/I "* ( YOU AND OF' Mrs. Lillie Cunningham Polk
-- on root. NAMI O'o.OAm' : sh..f Atodie. ACM YOU AM HIM.BV rage, corner N. and Whidden Streets.
FOR SALE-N.w a bedreem lei. K. Nwr.by ._ that .... A. iA. StIMMOtStO ONDfHfO AND HeOUlrMd I 18-p

home. Central air conditioning CarUtrom Field 17181920pPOR Road .rd.ap.v.d lmdinMi..nn.o.".....umtor to onooao She fictltlou m and 'If I to danq.h l l I:r=: Arcodno. or. dKfenoo to file to tt you
and heating. Large lot. ALtW.1I nomo, County., KlilASlI.. OeSoto IQUIfMINT and""State ofloildu mIho c_T._t4e.......... F.bru.ry Aocodoo, P ISM. Ao.I. c aaamtt oue ...line 011..at above the Clerk entitled of I Supt. of Public InstructionMr.

Small down payment. Balance drilling machine < ,. lid ..rI1i..Y5.Ricoth.M. a no Circuit Court m OoSota Counv.ftcrido. .
and mlen>H> to pee..o.dfnlO..M
like rent. Or will build to ault. I Good condition. 2-3 ojme with the Clerk.. o* tho .MAMCAKff McAN turimirt.y. Florid.... n on Ills or C bo..tt-.r.tore. ....In 2Srh A.c_des ZtmtGrtatfarMiMr.tanis.Cuts Hugh FlandersP.

Your lot or mine. I1!. D. Lamb : and 4 Inch hollow rod. All necessary Circuit Ida. purmant Court ot to Uelate tie requirement.rwy.br* .-. Tow AMOMO- Ue\o.o hFSOC of '-.- A. D. l 9". and tatorvoArcadia O. Box 366

Broker WA 8-2981 nlte. toots Cheap. Retiring tectwrv ao>O* Florida. .......*. TheMp.r..1 .- ::10. ,.... 1M. espy .I _to Crown or de/us r
ctonwk// _.
LA""" liON MoT 31t W. Oak S .
*o'"t eou.- will bo thooia Arcadia Florida
17U1920PPOR V. O. Jackson 8833-I4U Street.West .. oarey machine, *, 1 Is.hck..qa5 ....Wttfll'AS, 1hw. N a vot.Klr N P10" (-.r- attorney ,
Florida. harm ojnd ........ ....... Gfy c-: o' Ilie City et A. harvvt. on C aid data a* STs a srsitt .. IIcruId 7
Uradenton. W,.. By Friday February 1964
PwrnUheT, ( Fkwe/o du. N Its doll. rwouwed by tha loin of ftor la and Mlpa jowl ,
SALE- ream I 17-18-19-20-p wM- L GUIOYwdUn Cae.6m n Wolloco: F Ituiton = rule of oreceduro-, you fait .to doa. mint -..... eutII" a..wram.17.

house air conditioned. Completely -------- ---.- _. .----.- :.: ..!;... WlindOp Avrrr r-i? .1914. ...d a aVcreo era con to no WIN be .... -' eeathle0's Bids
furnished Including automatic W. Oionone) n. wowed .0 tw. rune entered aaain t you tor .... relief. -ti..ptW esl.l ....[ ( will be opened at regular school Board
Cosow..n .
w .. sri. d.5o.d w fhb <<-'"--.
Attorney at Law WNIRIAS, .. Ir-s "= IT II MfftlSV"" O Of Il.I foot sees.r.: .$ 9 11.
washer. Call WA ,- CFT. ;.. MO thw meeting at a.m. on Tuesday February
P. O NAlnae.
ZIG ZAG Row. ,........ Act. 'he ,...,, .f .... 1..i. ...... and notice Net be euctUeXed =: f ePrA..flnag, roe ,

3781. .1-18-20-21-p. _. 116-2J40.. 5. 19N =. .:.:. : .:.: l.':: ;':. once_ .n week 155 Arc.l for .tour.. .comecutivenubtwhod In.w.P.e.r 4 811 ta.a Awes sS z- Any or all bids be rejected.)
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;; saw 1"_ MACNIMI 19. MOOtt.ootonot attoiuttoMWMIMCAS. weh :
BUSINESS ROOM centtestlng Daces, w ..
apartment, garage and utility ....... ..... .t.,... .... M 5./. the Crty Council. there of r>the City vacancy of Arcadia. .to'. : ; held w.in lh ty-:."-,.. ,::: I WITMtiS my hind o* Clerk ot teed)

..... Mss.... sod ...... B.Meg. .- Fk r do duo to the deaOli ..fawes. Lnh :':: rah *e .y. and Circuit Court .. CWiere Count.Fkrnda ..
building. 210' highway frontg ....... .-....... 1.s.. .... w.._. P f/Nf.w .5 1e.R eC.v ton SI of th. I and the u.Ih.. ...d,
.. Business room adaptableto January 11. l I.... we- _....... .. ArcexNat __M Court a* Anto>tH>. OeSoto Count
S o* 15 ei. Wilts ore** term o-4..iS lust .inh .Iec._ ....... be Mid ..... I t *'a a tho Jtt day. of fanuary.: USE THIS CONVENIENT
living quart.,.. Near city. |..*-. ... .. Powee, .... No. .. /AS. Churl/ine ::arjondAct ,. Sestet. 15nnkNA n pls ...c.di.d A.0. 104.ctO.lt. FORM

WA 8-USL: 18-18-20-21.1' 0 44 sic Tito ........ _":.t_e 1::. tie NJJ. hN t..e ::..= L.M. by.e:,. tow .. |flue Sroto of Ftor 1oIIta. Clerk of I. me AVANT Cvcuit', Court

o- '.. Wt. .1 C.ty o4M. NOW THIMFOM. I t> t>. Oelota C_. ttor. .to
:.=... cm., t5 air. efts nshv. by .*'-. .. H. oWhndy IrTTl .v ALPHA. INTlMIMCfo."" To order
FOR RENT Mcur "to"cait'an 'eloctejnto v4. Mer..P' too City of ArWllh ___ D. f yourWANT
M held withm JO days from ...n1.tog. e- dny d. td N ele fww r !.ni. A. top,
.. :: be hid .. 0.5. .rn.y, ...d A=. Clerk
FOR SALE w..I"" seal CIn log 16710 ::: = Tur.d.w, 5" Abh. ............. 0. C.
APARTMENT POR RENT Iidne '-- .v.hbsl.low." .. Is wcMd.iIN lUAII
::: : = Jan. KX .... "'1-20. 1964
Ideal for on. or two people. N.w.nd Used MablleHen.ee NWiNl1At, lei5. b Mi. P. ..>S "" ....,01'eo' ADDial

8 Gibson Street WA 8-7841 or .0 l.. C., .A.tdn: Rww I inusul. ...Iy! .*".. *...* .**'_
New 3 and 3 bedroom, priced & :..::r-hi. P.NtrPe.t..n ,.w+. /h. 154 ot .. Cdr .f A..._. ..
WA 8-7431. at-t,. ..As .rc/n N 'oil non __., =: ""-- Ns 2815 d.v .f ACREAGE HOMES
as low as 399300. Top h Pie U__ d.- IO4Arceilo
offered trade-ins. t".l; : :. SPAR Call Today
pelcee on .
FOR RENT Unfurnished 'HwNt4.: AIS.n. 53.. ** the *"*, *' 20 Word

hou 4v Call WA 0-1883. 1311.FOR STATEWIDE ter of*uci we. etecMor C-ty *ot ohajil Arce.no ba twld oio.id.tnat and. MAIGARET WAY. P.tM. WA 9.5571 1 Day, $1.00 WA 8.8511 Minimum
wr .on BRAND NEW Deautlful
1Cit. .
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"II.NT-N'.I fMrnlshedapartment. MOBILE HOMES INC. c--nx Mat Of lha itete .. ,...-. I ".A.. 01.,8: .fJO. new hom ready to move In. Count Address
1964I0 Name. or Telephone Number If In Ad
Couple only. 17 Hwy. If. North WaweKnla ivNlatAL twins 16511 ..-...... a/.a..v.0 Never been lived in. NAN 10-

South Manate Avenue' WA 817T2. 't. speeo5M that ... Cty C- = .'IC .s be '= cstkMV See It today and you
18-lfc PhoneRARKLEY'S ." .y eat> > rut*% and o. ... Cwrwr. Pluto.. gp on;. will bujr. Priced at H.OM.
loin to. txo he-.l of *uc*> Muna .. .
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--.. -- r. PR ... Hoctiont a* may bo autt>_oeM .trek A, u55' w. 10 4 5S
FOR RtNT-FurnUhod' rfyalea.Convenient l ** onto. .M.f P.eruvr 11 lees. 1W cre' on road. 935 acres goodrich
; TMt irr>H Bl IT tJOJ.wot M w bit-.. soIL
to('atIon. 801 N. _r i 10 5. It.. Cur Cord Iwo c..e 'n C oAGC -
Monroe. hone" WA 8-87S3. A.N Vita --.. ...... 1.'l/ Jarrcft Hamilton I
ISP. a
17-l *l'>20-p FOR "':"'lIne .=.- ...w5.I NNI.e.1M .1 11 Realtor' 9 10

. MONUMENTSCe .o Mt W -y w o.M' h.44 I
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FOR RENT T-re a.,.*mapartment -' s c-: 14.C 9g..Pg.I *.
1.itrMP h a. d.k-.wl
= S Of b.
on* with shower Ma.wId. / .. ... Jar Oowat Sotty Aft>ew It 12 13 14
G. P. LAMB Me.a of 11.5 Cwv N Are.... M w w .idea Ti.. --. IS

and floor.on.Adults with only.bath. Mildred Second Bet 78 Areas. .b.1..5.-w.d I._1-.r._ Pis.s.0 -n .....Its.A. Cur.. ;:::-':..-..":.:: -=''::':; ::'I Jack. Ck4tol.il*

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Moran 128 8. n ry anL 18-e .. .::-.;, : l- I .. 4__ .. .- -- -- --. -... It IT ..1 1' 2O (minimum)
--INCOME-TAX- -- SV. P'4 doelS .4'in

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RETURNS NOTICE ....... Homes FOR SALE AcreageA 21'
L__ v1..w.Md.cCM. 23 23 2RuAln U
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: CLAUW" 'KAY NOTICE will a. leper *>e ; /w..4 .sees noc we isle frame 3 bedreuen. Country Hone and eight are

-- .- recpouaUtt for debts Incurred YTutl;':utia: ...... .... I .t 'e *d, |Its tare ana4 tree and B4enty *l hull tree, CU.Uflr.tJc -_ i
I too. eked to tell for __ ..eebI
other than
by anyone .
mytvelf. Charles. Harry Lindsay, -.-.- 3 Weeks 4th Week free
) Tax I .. ....rcw. ........
Income P .. .. ,e A t-feeetronm nifely located flee
en '
P.O. 11 ox X Arcadia. FU. 1 .. A.Na .n. acres 7'e W'OROS 1M (minlmerl, 1M 'tn-nle: ..-.
11.12l3.$ J. L -e.sale. nw5 l/.e= at Urnl. A...U.bo. with MT wtt"en. tewvm* and re.. 3 M fmtnhrxrmjo .

I ::= I .......btt rew d I. autt you. ;>; wonn i 50 4M
ServiceREASONABLE AND SOLO Pine' ; ::'1 ::-= 0
Iteond.. C"I 44) WOWTX ?_ eM .
thing* bought. and sold at ....d $313.00. per acre buys Utk 3* acre* ., land" that's allcleared 5 /MI ,
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PRICES Smith's Antique. Located oo and ready to bo act m Cltrwjt This wttrs .| buy AnmmnlAL WOR1ti4 CS r-'M'

.r IBI. All I IRf f4WAtl+4lFlrot Us. 4at/ Virginia Avenue In ea wF.r.. ... Nw Is situate. in a ClV"e are.
.none .4 .. .. NC BLIND :n IBEIt Me ADOTTTOKAL
Punt Gorda. Florida, usSlfc
Trtatlefaetten c--: M 5. c- 'a .w.
Icon, Ae.. LiM ...... .MA.eM Well legated t urxcmurotwxt" less .... A
O.a.d 1 s..+. M ii Cole oxree o .a .
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SERVICES ,errM in Pne s-rI 0150.137 will sell fast, ADDRESS
Mildred Morgan .... On ww.. M we --I o Paysl.at Lacbe.1Tie
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Aboyre Hate Locs4
ATfy to
171S. Brevard Ave W .'--" 'M foe full detail akoMrt this eM pce e-ty: Meabhed rtfltiiiMm Only .. xrS:1J "
TUPPERWARE PARTIESIfinterested lawn ew .. .--.,. ..... 2 bextree .....,.* prkred. a t hit So M V
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1 THE!: AKi'APIAN.: ArcrttHa" Florida) < Thursday January 30, 1964 Go.j .\:
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I I ..t Goldring Shows Champion Ste-er-Phone Company

BOWLING .A i Plans Change I

., '-.'- NEWSMERCHANTS I Monday At Southwest State Fair Of OHJ. > .Hnnpc.

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I .1...... .I. !More than one hundred en- to "-II club and FF'V' ,'Ii' : i, tampion( and reserve champinn M D. McCord. InterCountygroup
:: ; i d. os tram> 19 t.presentstiveountles thli> year wii: C..tal. | ?. .I> srt9i!)! this year: with special: I recognition -
j = at Arcadia
: ; LEAGUE bowled high of 160 and manager announced -
:. : game throughout the entire states T Wilson Slatk.. .11.11-. civin to the breeder
Bill McAnly and R. C. Taylor- series of 448 for Barnard Buick. state o( Florida will be exhibited cultural munajci; ut il> J.m" .>t t tho grand champion today that effective
t topped the list of local bowlersin For thj' Bank, Mary Anderson at the 10th annual Flor- This: 'is In addition to the ..i- The washing and grooming Feb. 3, the Telephone business
the Merchant: Loop Thursday bowled high game of 177 and da Fat Stock Show In Tampa mount the steer brill,I:". ..it tho area has been enlarged to accommodate Instead of 8:00: a. m
nighf with both Of thorn Series of 491. Feb. 4 thru 7th it was announced auction sale.Awards a.multaneous washing as has been the practice: In
Y d 11. ending up with 582 series.! 'tilt Turner Mewlty won three : her today by EC: arc mode to tho of some 30 animals. The the past. The reason for this
bowling for Sunbeam Bread points from Miss Gertrude. For Gr:en. chairman of the livestock grand champion of the show erect M located at the rear change, explained McCord. is
led his team to a 3.1 win over Turner. Linda Allen bowled committee.: reserve champK. grand l ",ham- of the swine building. that studies have shown very
a the Whidden Co. lie had games; high game of 185 and Myra From DeSoto County Barry pion and reserve champion in Free cutting and wrapping few people telephone or visit
of 211201170. Joe Mottashed Coughlen bowled high series and Ronald Goldring. Sandru each division. and free slaughter services the Business Office between
THE RICH SOIL. had :317 for Whidden. R. C. of 416 For Miss. G rtruc.1.'.. and Cheryl Copeland Danny Two trophy awards will 1 bo will be available to individuals these hours and the time will
r OF FLORIDA'S Taylor rolled games; of 171- Deity Roe bowled high game Roberta and Michael fooser made in FFA and "-11 di\,i- who buy steers! at the uuct.onule : now be utilized for training
e EVERGLADES IS HELPING Fill THE NA 233-178 for Aliene's Radio and of 17O and series of "89.Moorman" will have, 4.It Club entries in sions to the breeder of the >. Business Office employees, other
TONS SUGAR BOWLS. WITH CUBAN IMPORTS BANNED TV team, but they lost all fourpoints Feed won three the Fat Stock Show, exhibiting preparatory work necessary -
FLORIDA SUGAR CANE ACREAGE HAS ALMOST TRIPLED to Middleton Candy Co. points from Arcadia Drug. "..orMoorman' Angus steers. During tho for maintaining customers -
-'j' JO HELP SATISFY THE Atkins second week Bonnie Allen. Ann accounts and in improving -
COUNTRY'S SWEET TOOTHPhosphoric Ray led with a 209-558 Feed won three
e series and ,Jimmy Albritton followed points from Arcadia Drug. Fur Fletcher and Diane Montgomery customer .service and
with a big 222-539: and Moorman's. Ivette Partite will have, entries in the Barfield Beadles Get relations.
Harry Ladd. 538.Marsden bowled high. game of 183 and B el Cattle Show. It was announced The Arcadia business officehandles
= Wall fired' a 223- Ina Laidig bowled high seriesof here by Lester, Ilati applications) for ser-
Acid. .. 530 series along with George; 439. For Arcadia Drug Virginia her' vice and other business office
PRODUCT OF FLORIDA'S Palmer 536 and Bob Palmer Albritton bowled' high In the Ft. Myers Fat Stock FHA-FFA RecognitionAs ti.atters. for the Arcadia Exchange
to PIONEER PHOSPHATE 223 to lead Smith X-Cel to a game of 148 and series of :sal.Tt'.m !Show last Monday. llarry <<", and with the Increased
demands for service I close
INDUSTRY. PLAYS A ".0 sweep over Channel Insure standings are as follows Coloring showing an Angus coordination between the installation
1I ance. Lester Hatcher was high steer the Grand
won Cham-
I ... MAJOR ROLE IN : tho 11th annuli I IVSnto twice attended the state FHA department and the
I t Jet for Channel 1 with 509. Hjrnanl Buick 33i! 26fe pi >n hip. and all entries from
PURIFYING SUGAR clme.two buaineat office is
' AND The Arcadian team DfSoto County Fair drew to u convention Lrst summer .h.IU"nI&,1 required.
V nipped County won blue ribbons
Turner 51 29
:. GIVING IT THE WHITE Coca Cola 4-O led by Wayne DeSoto Realty National 43>. 344 in both the Cattle andFat nf the rooM coveted a* the r II A National MrCord. says that he feels that
wands DIIS .student Convention Kansas with the additional, training
receive In
,, NESS SO Gillette u City
IMPORTANT finishing up with 223- Steer Show. Hatcher said
vas, './ Boring Auto 44 38Moorman's were aw.trde l Jruiollarfleld. Missouri, us a Florida delegate that will b4r possible by, utilia-
TO HOUSEWIVES. 490. J. Clouse had 468 and W Feed 42 3d Judge of the Tampa show
A. Pollock 434. Coca Cola anchor Miss Gertrude's: 40 40 Win be It. A. Long of the uit- u senior: t.u lutnud; At the present time Jessie, l iswttrklnit lUll this additional half hour.
outstanding. 'IIA girl and mi her state Home- five days a week better ...r.
Tommy Anderson led
man unal I
husbandry department
his team" with 361, Ebby Dyal Western Auto :37 37 "43 3KIXh.s University lit Georicta unitltu.idy Dennis I Itc... Dmjx was named the outstanding l>en>" lleudlr has been In customers CUM be attained.
201-542 and Dick
Clark, livestock aue.t.une..r. -
Gulf Naval Stores 26 :UAr..dla
940. r-FA. lw y. A trophy| Wa 1)10- the DrSoto chapter uf thoKuttiie The change In office hours
will the sale
Arcadia Music and Furniture l>rua 23 C? Frb. Mcain 7, cry sC'nl\1 to these. Mf.at.intlliiimember .: Farmers uf Vineries, for will have cue effect\ tin repair
FHA's Show Rev. Alton Mash took DcSotu National Hank 31. Next' weefc'a scnedule. Is H Friday. *. twin years Mini renters hU Intci service tails and the customer
follows: Counties front which youth: ....> .. still
Jr. Norris had 302: for Arcadia Jessie has spent" fnur years st unit projects moundIwcf. may report any ser-
f Zodiac ExhibitAt Leaves Arcadia Music and Hugh Flanders:. :312 fK'joto' National Bank -vaTurner have already Bradford.made entries Ct lumbta. include as nn fl\e ,memhcr i>f t'u vice difficulties to &local repair
the Bank. Kcalty Clay Futurw I' mnwtkera Air :- service front H a.m. tu 3 p.m.
' DcSoto Fair After 2% YearsThe Team for Standings: Won Lost Miss Gertrut's' -\-s. Cult Naval christ. U.Soto Ifernaiirli, KscamblM.:. IlilUburouth.CJI1- leu. Sh' i. a poet p.v'M. *t of five days" a week. Emergencyservice :

. Auto thUeSttn of' FHA. Your local merchant kHp,1ttht calls after 3 p.m. or
Ccca Cola 51: 27 Chapter
Three dimensional of Rev. Alton Mash Lakes, Manatre. Marlon. Oar,
sirns who. Koch's Drug -viGulf NavalWestern : economic wheels of your Saturday acid. 8"00"ahnukt
the zodiac attached to the rays for the past two and a half Middleton Candy .. 48U! 3H* Auto -\Moorman <.la. fusca Iolk. Sumtcr brut She won nomination for St. to community turning throughout b* placed. as outlined In the
Smith X-Cel 48 32
of a textured orange sun formed yearhas served as the pastor Bernard Buick -\'$- Arcadia VolujUi> Vic-;u' iiirnt: of Projci the year. See his attvvrtl ing {.formation past ol the local
the backgtound: for the ut the South Side Baptist Arcadia Music 42: 33 Drug Premiums and i *"..r.i. made" font District T, and -lie: h..t 'in The Arcadian. directory
Signs of Fashion displayed by Church of Arcadia recently Sunbeam Bread 37 43Besot I IAlienes r- -- --- -- -
forty some members of the resigned this position to accept o Nat D an k 37 43 : -1 """"' \.J_
'TV ;;' w 1
I Radio 4t4s
homemaking classes at De- the duties as pastor of
(iSoto County Ilifh in the stylo the P.ne; Island Church on Pine Channel 1 Ins. .33 43 'I
how sponsored by the Future Island. lie will assume his The Whidden Co. 34 44
Homemaker'a of America, cooperating duties at Pine Island Feb. 1. Tho Arcadian 30 SO I
with the 4-H Club, The Rev. Mash expressed SC"edu'a'I' I
at the fair on Wednesday considerable regret in leavinghis AMencj! JU>dio &: TV vs.
nifcht. The garments ra.igvd many friends here in Arcadia Coca Cola; The Arcadian vs. Report to people who
Smith X-Cel; Channel Ins. vs. are
from aprons, accessories, the but after a successful I .
popular wrap-uround skirt and ministry here he has felt Impressed Arcadia Music ft Furn.; DeSoto
patch sleeve blouses to wool to accept this new opportunity. National Bank vs. Sunbeam
suits, corduroy shift jumpers During his ministryat Bread; The Whidden Co. v.'j I
and school doses to a> gold South Side he has had the Middleton Candy Co.
brocade formal with matchingbog pleasure of having 71 addi-
and shoes. tions to the church by baptism INDUSTRIALThe

Miss, Ellen Cantrell narratedthe and 73 by letter Sunday school pins were falling good going to buy a new car
revue Miss Cantrell teaches has: also grown under his ministry and fast at BowNLand Tuesday -
freshman and cigh'h grade and other phases of the night with quite a few nice
home economics at the high work have been developed. scores turned in. Topping the
school. The board and congregationof list was old reliable Marsden
The following Cirls 'werewinners' the church: will feel deeply Wallis with a mighty 233 final
lot* the style show! the loss of their leader but they game and .a 593 ....1... George .. .
Marolyn .Johnson, Sandy Den- indeed bid him God's speedas Palmer had a 210-334 and Bill, in the next 60 days -
net, Pam Cross, Karen Guard. he enters his new field of McAnly 20O 521. Palmer :
Kay Nell Zigler. Sandra Ford. labor. This was the sentiment Spreader Service split 2.2 with ;
Marian Christ. Nancy McDon manifest as they bade their Tropical Exterminator. Cliff
ald. Norma Lindsey Cherrie pastor goodbye at a banquet Bran.furd cut a :las series along Sk alaboratorica. \
Uenmeatl .Jeanie Carroll. .Judy in his honor this past Friday with Bob hook 217-321. '

Westbrrry Patsy Wallace .Jessie night. Turner Realty won 4 points

man.Barfield Edna IlouU, Colleen Hlggins.Laura Wumack.Ilosalee DelveGoodson Berg. Rev.the Association.DeSoto Mash holds County membershipin Ministerial from Ebby with 201-222 Dyal Barfield'a setting for a Shop 382 the series.with pace; !, FORD WINS MOTOR TREND "CAR OF THE YEAR" AWARDMotor \ I

Sherry Purdue. Cecilia Tommy Anderson' rolled steady Y
Bowen, Lynn Parkjn. with 349 and Dick DonaldsonS33. 'L .
Cathy Mahone. .JoAnn eLan- Rock Haulers Get Trend maeailne' coveted| "Car of Motor Trrnd's editor ." ,l lt.f'w.I.

ey. Linda Sue Croy. State Certificates .Johnson Grove Service won the Year" award wan won this year not by .

TALLAHASSEE (Special)- all 4 points from C.T.C. Andy just one ('ar. but by the wiole! !Fortl) linoFortJ .- The full story of f ,
Six southern and central Florida Gamer led with 489. r. :
Fairlanr Falcon unit l Thun lrrbirU. how the Motor Trend l
Pine Level NewsAustin trucking companies have Peace River Moving won '.1 ,
been Issued certificates of convenience over Gulf Naval Stores with Singled out for prdal tribute wa Fortl' editors analyzed and "

and necessity as road Ray Atkins rolling 331. Revel unique concept cftoUl) peTformance-a blerwl evaluated the cars
building and construction aggregates Fagle 339. Harry Ladd 530. ..> .
Whidden of Arcadiawas of And axrcVTrrution.luindlinz balance can I be found In the "
haulers by the Florida Team Standings: Won Lost power <<, a '

guest Friday of Lynn Bight and and Lou Saturday Hoi- Public Utilities Commission. Peace River Moving 34 22 and cornering ability, strong braking and F.b r's'
Chairman Ed: Mason said today Turner Realty 32 21 I
lingswor tireless durability proved! in competitivevictories 'lf o to ,
.Johnson Grove 4S :31
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. llollings- I HOW FOR RACING 1iEU 'SU1t1A'G the full meaning of "i t
Revised state transportation Tropical c.&. 3V 40 from coast to coat. ..
worth and Mrs. Marianne Seller -
.laws authorUed the commission Palmer Spread 33 41 YOU A UBTTER CAK total
called on Mrs. .John ThlPftI ,- Motor Trrrwl' citation also saluted l the performance a +

In Owens one day last to truckers to issue who limited were certificates hauling Gulf C.T.c.Naval. Stores. :31 33: 4JBarftelds 43 t Most automotive engineers will tell you that part V!rd's racing program has played in the caTTLe found f at your Ford Dealer's t Stop In

week .and Zula the WUiiams Roy Thigpcns.Mrs. & vtsiteUMrs. rock otter to ..J.... I,. 1B 3. Mason Shop U M I the track #ft one of their moat valued letting development of total p erformatw., "IUH. m.endurance and tet. lrive a '61 Fond, Fairlane. Falcon

Bunia Outler In Lakeland said, when they were placed LADIES LEAGUE. run arxl racing cannot b* or Thunderbird. See; for yourself why Ford

hospital noon. She last found Wednesday her after doing under. the commissions regulation. Bowling In the Lad lIa..".,...Monday Boring Night AuU. For example, track. competition led directly duplicated. by any other. form of testing," earned' the title "Car of the Year".

well. Listed in this area is Robert Co won four points fromKoeh's to the following changes in the Fairlane 289 -- I

Gerald Taylor of Arcadia. J. Propp X2O1 Harvard. Fort Drug. For Boring Auto. V>8 engine: better block: Improved pistons
Myers-Lee. Glades SarawXa. Ruth Ola bowled high gameof *
called Monday on afternoon.Bill the" Tom. Mlxelle Charlotte. Collier Ilends,. De- 181 and series. of 3J3. For improved' valve train, stronger connectingrod : a.t.. .1 WlHHHfG'OtffTS' Scam IN 1963 HASW.SANOIOtiD' COMPfT 1OH1t

Harris. pent" the weekend Koto. Manatee Ofcevhobee. Koch's Drug. Mary McCwe and bolla. 4 p .. PMN see ass .. .. ..
highlands Palm Beach. Polk.Brtrward. bowled high of 1** and
with Mr and Mrs. r K.Mizelle. I
Such ( contribute to
improvement not only
While here be visited Martin Hardee and arks or 41C. f c rose
his son. Sanrunle. at Surml- SL Luele counties. Gulf Naval' won three points Ford's winning track record "but alao to the H.'IA
Applicant uncle rthe law asrevUed from* Western Auto. For Gulf t
land School wherehe total -
Infirmary performance to important to
by the 1M3 State Legislature NavaL Marie Johnson bowled) your .. nrwornrGrtwsur
was being treated for pneu' are required to file high game of 174 and serve. of everyday riving. eas
monia. He was better and Bill
the Slate financial statements 47.. For Western Auto DtAiMiCoeuake H.'
returned to his Job at
Hospital where he U a security feowto high game of Ford Dealers offer wide selection CNtt/fllg .r
.as and .**(.. of 424.Bantani .
man Monday morning.Mrs.

Livonia Harris and airs.Tonuny Softball Group and HwJrk DeiMo wan NationalItenk JSpoints The 'Car of the Yea come In 4 sizes and
Putnam and children
aim drove clown to SwnvUUnd Meets Monday won I*"* pasts In a very 44 models. And because ol this diversity. .

School near Fort Myers I. visit tight game. Gerl' 1JraAo. your Ford DrsJrr" also has an unusually wide Why Ford Dealers Declare 64
........ Sunday afUrnuoA.M. The first meeting of tr4 ."mil.
IL PUtt .1 Wauchrula. for Arreaia are swftbe.lt en- variety trarle4Ms Oil t his used car lot "The, Year of the Teat Drive'9

daughter. Mrs., Yvonne' Peale thtsatssts will be bend seat State Employees :: ., Try him. ) 'aiiip
sad sae. .. Mike ef North' Cn>4tna. Monday rWght at 7M: an the r ._ The "Car of the Year" award:: salutes Ford's

caned on the D., W H...... Ben Coated room.rr Traswfomver. Rerrea- Hear Convention total t rfonnanry. Hut the trrra total ,

worth. and family Mrs MowssyMr. Gerald Taytar AJlIaWr .p.,.re 'e, play Reports Sat. Nite Pftforrnance u Jut words' until you tam '

of Arcadia vlstteil the ....... and espvriaJly fetaa tatrrestetf The aft new eoenpeet fatao 1 lo r '(.4 new 'oTFord. Fairbne Falcon, or Thunderbird i
in .e..4a4 DrJto.> Gusty The &..... C.M 1yeC Tp-<
.. .
d.eesoisfMeta. -
Sunday -
Gene beef a good sacUkaff term the Its .... State Znpiep.eee out en th""* rowd'{
'PisteLevel O
at *
Build..rninC. should piss> .. attend. Arrretatrats llleld lie as0e..Nag Tkjn ears are such a change from the pastthat
Toe aiiiila_ ie stated. Is hed ,.sedgy asgkt
Mr. MId Mrs. U J Pollard will recccnize- Immediately' when ,
SM orgaattatsamU. tyv and .I the n. Snath Aieauy. you :
ef Tamp, were AITIIMS last W week.t> piasw fee the election ef league The snertanc was aped Morder you drive them. Ho com in. Take a &test I
Mrt -
guests e* ftctalai win be ..r... .by the presides* Mr.,
drin" 1A.-wt.N1, They'll
rtc* dead the Geerxesums. t\en.4nt- UBy J4* AArsv ACr OseOkaeser IrS6t.rtrepeak for'
Mr, and MrMBsA0s W !E I
Chaplsiai Mr Ja*seWaCber show you a brand of total performance
>OB ., Ttaesr ..... were ***** the IMMUMMrtt -c r4; Fasrtane, te.tuy car, SPortCsfSp1eut., The tosVt. Slt.nt. 'G4 swp r ;ergw Fad I 'hat's total? newt I I
cwwts ftatcrttry Atoe Mr Little Leogice Meeting II

and Mrs. Bob .--....... do.gf- Scheduled for Feb. 6 The prer mtmtttif esthe l4 a.eitIng .

trr Brlgetta' astd Mr fwrihaW AtMuJsare a* Use ergiaalsa were r s1 *.y the Me" '
.Uir>r* .< AresMlta. t.....I .nlsivg ,., LMUe Langs. cagey Mrs Lrtue .....-... YOU BUY ANY CAR TRY TOTAL
fees> tatty weather s>ew wltik .. .
Hem M tkten one wag s. Alley 5 5upv -a.c
rasA. kat wsq p.Mktytkar ..... A ee. tbre kse ..... ass M hlsa4.s Mt JWas.r '
today ,(Tuewtoy ,.". the. castle g, lekneary Chas ..b Sir Wgtnd =f MOTORS INC.
tk f-. ..... born salaried at T pus In ..... tees these raison lke FolkMATTISON .
'l!',, i- are ri kau 1...... De C.Meo' n-.. ...II'' c-- S4I -I ss4s g .4 The. 9-7871 A.c.ii. II.it1.
: .
7w1 b y be. eeietph.j aw o4.veesdanste .... ew. ..tMg e.cena.AS 1rtAa. stale Pee. A 114'Norfhi WA ,
..fk... Aresdr MM+10..4 Were. ... ...s. ao C ee.nt en .krkso
y ,essejwr....kssMatr..ews-. Imo.. ir.gs.ss see ....... Se disc.I. head IC .Jwr. sipetsigs to 1 Iff Ye..'re .tfferesee1. An A-1 Used Ce. .. $."..To s.. You Ford Dealer

...... ats.ai tLa ...uac. $.eer.hsr' I

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6.iA: THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia Florida. Thursday: January 30, 1964 .. .

.. .. ...... ..... .. '
.. "' secured County Judge
.T "" '"" - Arcadia Gordon Hays and the ceremony

I Obituaries Desoto County News took place- at Wauchula. Mr.
Gcncraf Ford la a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Picture G. W Ford and the' bride a
Unlvgrity.ot MichJaan. He wasa ,0dtimer Mystery! Of Bygone Years .; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. K.Eagwton .

veteran of World War I, cerv Hospital : of Owens.
t from September 22, 1917 This week's mystery -t .
s,. Taken from the files of Miss Grace. ,Smith and' Mrs.
vntll; May 6, 1919.ll born in Inverness entertained Tuesday -
k l lady was HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS The Arcadian, The DeSoto" County -- C. C. W en
\. was for many years employed .
Jan- r at the home of
Florida evening
News and The, Arcadia l Champion.if ..
In public relations work uary 21, 1897; and Week of January 20th y :he latter, the Wh I tenant apartments -

and retirement immediately In 193S prior Mr. Munsorv to his came to Arcadia when i9 F. L. Robertson ........ ..... ,;, ,,..'..-.... .............. honoring Mn.-Dur-
she was married to a Rosa Deriso ward C. Smith and Mrs. Rufus
was public relations director Jessie Beeles Smith both of whom are recent
local prominent man 55 Years '
fbr Francis Engineering Com- Berths Smithwlck Ago brides.
pany of Saginaw Michigan. He April 14th 1920. ''y Mary Hampton .

f LIP, BB awn a Joj paAJoi' os8[ She and her husband f William E. Irby. Jr. R. E. Whidden recently shipped landslide- at Cc-uU had buried

.., manager of Vassar Michigan.In were prominent Millie Lee Murray three carloads of fine bet; the village of Honiara and several -
.. addition to his widow, 'In local church and Mollia S: gen. cattle to the Tampa markets. hundred inhabitants
r .f r Mn. Ula M. Manson of Arcadia civic affairs and were Annette Waldron The Ladies' Friday Musical, New Mexico and Arizona
1 ls survived
Mr. Manson members of the First Mildred Morgan assisted by Prof. W. B. Jones will be required J to wait for
Mr Louise
by a daughter Baptist Church. They Ruth McLeod and E. C. Bagwell, tenors and statehood until after the next
Cola of Tucson Arizona two Nate Reed Col. W. C.: Leitner and M. H. census.:
.. r al.ttn. and several grandchildren have no children. Albert DeVaneJo Croker baritones, gave the James Platt of Orlando, young
and great grandchildren Read the clues carefully Anne Walston cantata, "The Building of the son of Conductor J. M. Platt

II'fI also survive. and if you can ; Beatrice Bryan Ship." on Friday evening, with is the champion: paper seller of
fIf The remain were shipped to name the Oldtlmer r Allen Pattterson Walter D. Brown as director. the United States and won in

... Washington DC., where funeral Mystery Lady write MaCe Smith Mrs. D. G. Barnett played the a contest conducted by the

., .... ._. ., service were conducted Post. lie
'i. -- her name and yourson Michael Tyson, piano accompaniments. Saturday Evening
,JOttff. *. 'Ii',. TI'tEAOWRLL' ? JR Monday morning In Arlington a postal and mail Brenda Addison The residence of Dr. and was awarded either $150 in

National Cemetery. card and mail to The Arcadian. You may be the Charles Reid Mrs. Kirby H. Smith burnedto cash or a pony and curt.
winner! Bernice Stewart the ground about 11 o'clock Unofficial thermometers registered -
funeral' services held Wednesday night. 8 above zero Feb.
war John Thomas on
MRS. LILLIAN A. HULL to The Arcadian You may be a winner! ...
'Wednesday... January 29. at 3'p.m.'fWJoh'ri Terry Denise A special dispatch received 1 in Atlanta. 11 r
;Hi'Treadwell Jr. Mn. Lillian Alice Hull age Final Clue May JonesGlenn from San Sebastian Spain A special bulletin from California rt
67, former dietician at Arcadia White said that a terrible earthquakehad announced that a bill
"M; who, died Monday, January devastated towns and villages had been passed excluding
General Hospital died yesterday "Few are the tasks she has not done Alice Murphy : .
: 21. at: the'"ad1a'f General For Wenonah Langford In south and southeastern Japanese children from the ?
enroute to the Walker Me- or Church done gracefully.
,>|lospttal after mn llIn.M of several But a good bridge hand to her was fun Gladys Garnett Spain. A tidal wave had public schools. A message from l lra l
mortal Hospital In Sebring.A .
weeks. Guilds RoeWilliam .partially submerged the coast Theodore Roosevelt publicly;
>..Mr. 'rrMdweU wt born InAfTsdia former resident of Pine And gardening her specialty. Anderson near Barcelona and a great,criticized the action. ;

and had lived her Level, she 1* survived by threedaughters. Ora DavisAlene

moat of 'hI!" ]life. He was a ------ --.. Mra. Earl Gilbert.. Wheeler or
member or the' law' firm of Walter Sullivan
St. Petersburg; Mrs. Char*

'wg Treadwell> a graduate.and 'Treadwell.) of DeSoto He Adam, Little Rock Arkansas Kyncs Will Be .Local Residents Lottie I test en Cross Hagan *. 30 Years Ago I z

and Mn. Harold Moreland Se Emma NeelHOSPITAL "
County High School, attended -----.c
the University" of Florida. and bring. Also surviving are 11 Candidate For 'Show InterestIn Members of the Arcadia Klwania those who are afflicted with

graduated from Stetson University. grandchildren and six great- DISCHARGES club and their ladies infantile paralysis, the malady You'll have a big
He wa* a member of grandchildren.. Attorney Gen. Art AwardA enjoyed a very pleasant supper which made the : EXTRA: room for
n.. :j appa Alpha. Phi Alpha Funeral services will be Friday Week of January 20th party and dance Tuesday prestdra,_ hour of family fun
Delta Pi Betta Kappa and Pro- at 2 p.m. from Robarts- James W. Kynes, attorney have numbr entered of the local Scholarship residents Dwight Westberry night at the tourist camp. In victim a dozen or more ;>..rs and activities'' after

ba<_ Council of America. Grady Chapel and burial in general today formally announced Annette Waldron honor 'of President Roosevelt'sbirthday II darV.
contest being staged by Mary ago.Mr.
Mf..'Treadwell Pail his for the Doris Cross anniversary, celebrated See the outdoor
was a' Camp Ground Cemetery at Rhoades. Instructor of the Arcadia '. and Mrs. M. A. Rosin -
Grand Exalted Ruler of the Pine Level. the office of attorney general. Pay Welles at the same Ume In more ghtlr-a- future at
Art School. It the birth of nine-
wa announced announce a f"orate electrical
than 6,000 In the United your -
KUcs;' ,County Attorney\ for IT Since his recent appointmentto Lilly Atkins owns
here today. A showing States. All of the functionswere pound son at the Arcadia General cont.mctor or
and connected with this office he has been the Kate
year was : MorganGertrude
of painting by Mra.Rhoades lighting .tree .
Federal' Land Bank In Colum WAL'.AC. ,.. HOLFON grateful recipient of telephonecalls Reeves given as benefits for the Hospital on Friday. The
are currently on display and sea.: fo FHKE
bia. S.C. for, five yean. Hewas Funeral service were held telegrams and personal at First Federal Savings Evelyn Hlghsmith Warm Springs Foundation the new arrival has been named BOOKLET* "OUT.
''a former attorney for the State visit from citizens throughoutthe Gladys Speer purpose of which is to provide :
Friday January 24 for Wallace It Loan Association, corner. of Robert Paderewskl Rosin DOOR LJ.'IJ'TINC
and to
surgical hospital care
'x.w..tock'.Doa1'd' and state of Florida. Halite
wa a Montgomery
ea Arcadia
City Oak and Polk
Floyd Holton Avenue.
''In While there has been the obvious the crippled especially for The marriage of W. It. Ford
deacon the Presbyterian: who died suddenly Betty Jo Johnson and baby.
Councilman The next showing, scheduled : -
Church January speculation that he wouldbe ed the Dorothy Lyerly and baby and Miss Mary Eagerton: both FLORIDA. rCVJFR.: CO..
+ Wednesday morning. week of Feb. 3-7 at
1 !t. lit :la survived by his wife 23rd of a heart attack a candidate Kynes felt it First Federal ,will feature the Keith Holllngsworth of this city has been announced Ifnllll" IMlr'eR1a ,

iMra..:'Zither Griffin Treadwell; A life-long resident of De- necessary to make this declaration work of present students of Stella Coker Social Security by their parents. The: license --
:'one gory,John' Mi: .Treadwell, III Sato County. Mr. Holton was as soon as possible In the Art School.: Mrs. Rhoades Jack' Pattishall'Harry I n I
;Who la.'assistant. atate preeVutor .- serving his second term as a order to get on with the bust Ley Visit' February 4 i -

;. on..da.hte,1Mn.. ., Pa- member of the City Council. ness at hand-my obligation, to said.Showing; of the week Feb. Lavera Llghtruth McLeod .
}utcl la, Zlglar,of Belle Glade: his A graduate of DeSoto High carry out my duties as attorney 10-14 will be the work of Robert Beatrice Bryan TheSocial Security District
.. ; general and a cabinet officer Annette Waldron Office for DeSoto. Manatee and .
Pike president of the Art
Tread-well; } In the most efficient m.nner.Kynt'S Aanoclatlon. Other showings Alley Hester Sarasota counties: Is located at NOTICEAll

'1 rere, Thomas Lee Treadwell of said: "As a practicing wit be staged later of contest Doris Nicholson 1401 Second SU Sarasota Florida -
Tfsple and .Dr. W. V. Tread. attorney a former state prosecuting entries and of the prevent Mary Taylor and all interested person
,weU" of Sahta Anna. t Call for. attorney and as one members of the Art School Mildred Morgan of the area are urged to make Items Left at Holton's Electric for Repairs
nJ.: _two sisters Mn. Jean familiar with the public law dances, and Art" Association Bertha Smithwick their Social Security applications Later Than
Should Be Claimed No
', well as early as three months
Dowd. Arcadia* and Mr Mary of Florida I became acquainted members Jo Anne Walston
Elizabeth Yarborough of Green- with the Importantrole Mn. Rhoades stated that the Rosa Dertao before they reach retirement FEBRUARY 15, 1964
; viUe, S.C.. and, live ..randchlli. played by the attorney Mellle Segers ago.
scholarship contest Is .
drcn..Services. general as' the chief l legal officer open to school' children, a a John ThomasN. If applicants are unable to Thank you for your patronage ever the year May

were held from the of our state I am keenly well as any county resident and J. Brown call at the District" Office they God bless each or you.
JTlnt} Presbyterian Church of aware of the magnitude of my the contest cloaea Feb. 14. Margie Smith may meet with the Social Security .""" "
Arcadia with the Rev. ,*t wM :duties as a member the stale _, Bernice Stewart representative at the
Martin and the Mev. If. Hayes otictaUnr..Iat.rment boards and commission which serve the Integrity of government John Cartwrlght '" 4 ,and February 18 from -

was; in Joshua Creek Cemetery. administer the affairs of atate by law. It la my firm con. Brenda Addison 9 ..m. until 12:00: noon. It was .. "
Van Petten and Son Funeral government. viction that vigorous pursuit Jessie Beeles .announced here. today. I!I: i-\-r t.E' ;;I- !'ra" __ ""

Uoanai >wa..., In charge of "Florida has been served by of Florida's great potential by f .1* Robertson Applicants.. urged to have k.. -
arrangement*. distinguished attorneys generaland our elected official .Is necessary T. If. Morgan with them Social' Security ';<3cb ".
'Active. pallbearers wereOeewev 1 cite specifically my Immediate if we are to keep pace with our Wllber Dunn card evidence of age and a
y Umebreker; S. C. predecessor. the lIon- rapid growth; however .tsekind Sarah Pelham record of earnings tu facilitate ..
r Smith,-' sM Day"",. Jr.' Judge' orable Richard Crvin, recently of tomorrow we want for Allen Pattterson claims. ll ti. .

Gordon Hays, Dr. H. 8. Agnew M appointed a Justice of the Florida our society cannot be realised Terry DeRlso,
and.Kueene' TuI'...... HonorarybalUteararg Supreme Court. I have accepted without an alert day by day, Wenonah Langford
School. ...r. Holton was a leader defense' of the public's
were member of this challenge with a Inter Lyerly Baby Girl Marriage
peSota,'County Bar AaeoclaUon *- of conservation project In solemn pledge to maintain those ... This I pledge to maintain t

,- W. VT." DtanonaV. S. south-central Florida l and wasa high standards. In compliance with the contlru. .I'mrHa Licenses
)Isya;1 David ''ltoll et\.... M. O. well known Arcadia. bust "A attorney general awornto tlonal obligation of my office.
neeaman.Survlvon. "As 'a cabinet officer. I shall Week af January 20th > *. -.
Jones,* Surnter. IVeitner Halley advise. represent and protect Issued .
Include his wife, A marriage license was I
Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Dd.Bryan
L wU' and Lowla' Purvis..WKMDCIX the people of thle stale I continue an active and dedl- to
Mra. Juanita MlcWIer Holton ofArcadia toy .mea.Leland Dry. Tuesday Jan.
catetf Interest In efforts to meet "'
hall follow the I'llof reason
i 20, of
three brother>> Lloyd James Rawlla Thomas.
: an.
I and work diligently to pre- our needs In the fields: of educatlon. Woot-
Holton. DeSoto County Sheriff public safety, conserva* Arcadia, and June Carol
t v. QUa."Tt Erne Holton of Miami and tlon. the maintenance) of a DgATHS en. 22. of Arcadia accordingto r
| WendeU V;: Gilbert 70. .of Russell Holton of Jacksonville: sound fiscal and Information from the officeof
policy the
11 tV. K. C. AKKM. Sib Week. ell 20th '
January Hays.
630**'H.Uaban.'TM\pe. died and a sister. Mra. Nellie Reed general welfare.I .** County Judge Corden
ln"a.'.nursing home Saturday Arcadia. Funeral service were held ----"-- William Irby. Jr. (baby) ---- ------
----- ----
slight' January" after'a long Services were held In the Saturday)', January lath for the -
illness..' Van Petten Funeral Hume Rev Kenneth C. Baker. Sr.. ... '
T A' ,net!vetefM:Deduce h. Ky., Chapel. with the Rev. J. J. Mar. who died .t his home .at 418
Mr.1 Gilbert was a long Ume Un and the Rev. J. K. M. Ma. 'North Volusla Avenue. GENERAL ELECTRIC
fetid".f The Her. Baker a retired .
) Dade-CUy 'and had tey officiating The Arcadia ,
had lived -.
4>**n 'a'rveidem' of Tampa forlhapatt Masonic Lodge rites at the Baptist minister. Jw -
eta anttane half year.*. graveside and the Arcadia Or. about four years in Arcadia a,eyS
!Mr. Gilbert .we"a director of der of Eastern Star were hon0"'J' and had served pastorates In -.. '""" .;oJ_.'" -"" -" "! j6
'the Bank of Paaco" County escort Interment wa In many part of Florida. Tennee.

Cdr C11y fir th.'Vaa.t'i5 yeas. Oak Ridge Cemetery with Van .... Georgia and California. "' VALENTINE'SSPECIAL .1
Survivors Include a son, : s t
lafcl assessor of Pasco County Petten and Son Funeral Home : a
.. Jr. of Allan. 'k.t 'k. IA.
:for'n asset.: aad peatm-w of In charge of arrangrtnettta. Kenneth Bakes .
tDtde*City Wr' !I. ye.n.I Active pallbearers were IV U; two daughters. Mr* -
-'He 'was .member of tbeJIQUaha'.I F. Welle. Itoeey Juhoson.. flub Brady of Atlanta and Mr.
Pythias No Kl otDaea Morgan Z. A. Browning. Larry Julius Marold of Long Island' liAV ll! ;
brother. A. F\ Bak.er + fl
\ Qty and a- efwrter mem. Lawrence, John Petrey. Louts N.Y4
!'barof of Rome Georgia and Allen Raise good pullets at:
the Klwanls Clue ofCity. Ambler'and Robert Uevia. Hun. Baker of' KUaimmee" ; eight L..t: J.j ..t.-.I. "
pallbearers were
I of Survivor.. hVrlude.lil. 'widow, nary Mayor P. P. SIB and othercity grandchildren aad five. great.grendehUdroiw low cost..the Purina Way
{Mho Ptarll, Gilbert of Tampa; official Worley Whtd- Wau- t'TIw.
.daughter.. Mrs ClariceMlUa den Danny Kberaul' A. F poker Funeral Home ef .
i bf.Tatnpa; three eons' Copeland' Itiley Collins and chula were In charge of arrangements. .. m reason ao many replacement" puBe;i are

WocMIfOW W, Gilbert.,Lester E.dUbert Police Chief Carrot. Crew rained the Purina Way. h'. because. you cats raise.

.and Jena M. Gilbert. ---- -- good pullets at low coat. The Purina Pro semw .ie
"1' of :Tampa: .two brothers
iarater' O. Gilbert, of .r.ck on.vttle i j Ne Mo*.lOsnsusl Rimin j aim pie-atari chicks on Chick Startena ana feed

aa4 Cartbrd k Gilbert of1Mo.'Clty Cl. trk*. -.- light breeds just four pouoda from hatch. to 8'voeeka.Thia .

; fear .sister*. Mrs.Jeraat NOTICEDorothy H -rteaJMwery DrtV afae ..II far yeOleaH gala theme off to a fast atari. Then; dollar:
'amUton. and Mn.. Anne
Millar of Jacksonville Mr*.' I Ceavetlry-Heleh. aafaealssr with the Purina Controlled Feeding Plan that we

Grace Smith of Arcadia: ,' and I .l... fee MIl ...Iadssogea0 Na will recommend and fit to your particular. mirlaPurinaraWd ..
Mra. l uth Smith etf Orlando, I and tt."a

aad: |6 craadccaktren.PMMeJ j .Pawer *ta U.*>-...>>*.,eVteary pullets. come Into production with Iota

t t <> aernicea were held J. WocrnerS .... spsa.IM f deeft __.,raswi4e.. of la..eaa- with low
."fjitiieaitay' a/uraooo ., >JO: I IBookk. ..trh.sMiteJlHuf
}tp.a. from the First MethodistiChurch rrk law Ceafrel layer-houoe mortality and
.. Aw.r..tk f
in Dade Coo with Dr. i with long laying life.They keep ,
J. Wlttkan Slake emdatla ::: .. ...lead stecke-Teai ...... i 5

_.Itlatnaeut. fcttowed on the k s..*iNyl' fvsNM/ yjree<1 f..*... Unei pay nc off foe the good cant

< "li U.. .,... City, I .tdeeds a. ............--RoSs .late and attention .Q.". given

'. Income Tax Returns (NelMe.M isgwertl UeJtetsalefe i theow Come In aoon aDd let ua yg'B .*>.*.5/t,
rlo '
I .*e.. to faucetArcadia ,.4;. ..d aupply you with aU your'cbickroll>> | !5t satartiag.

Prepared pW14t.pvwiq .... .. hs
.Ch rla.D. Maroon retired
la .,.reaident of Arcadia since Phone WA 7-6217 _. ... I'
UOM !....> died', January n I
}* the. Veteran* HaapHal, Bay If No Answer. ,hoe After P.M. Musk Furptare Store ; LAISHLEY FARM SERVICE

ftnaa. where he had been a pa.jUeot .. -
< te> v t 24 Se trh Ire. rd A.
for about tnre weeka.I Rt 2. talc 413 1Arcej'1. I .. WA *3321

I Mr.. Macon was born Oct*- 33 W. OAK ST. POLK'S WAW211 ; . . -
.... la Roma New
31. 1M7. ... F1;..i4. : ,. j . ..... =-=

.UtUvereny--' and-' mess=.<.educated Iowa and at the the 1 r I ... : -. I .. ';1< .-..,.."- .. .. .- .. ..

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THE ARCADTAtf. :Arcadia Florida. Thursday. January 30, 1964 7-A

Kiwanis Pancake Dream and Labor, i Frank Schaub Seeks Reelection To Sr,i ro Ppsr d! Dec Saf'<;?s Tak .

i If Fr,ink Sthaub has announced In the fact that his. office with locatpd'js1, a cow :house with
I & i t.KLy that he will seek rclojvction the fine cooperation of the C'tr- good access tiitj, Uc: yuMto: ShO Increase i

There Is a road that winds and wirtdyjy. ; ". i4 a* state attorney (or cuit Judges of the,Circuit,, has ."'I1i'MIo'er to nifw w* tn nlK| ...i" ) trJ\jSEE
:Fete Here Feb. 8How. Into the land, of Dreams .. the 12th Judicial. Circuit. The In many eases atttsHfcv in rehabilitattngdefendants. :- eel' rial' hoed reiurtifts from the : (Special)-
t.t. J
And a* I view those scenes there twine'About ETweirth Judicial Circuit corn- Inmost newly adttpted Public Uvl.nuir Kd Struughn Pire toc, of
heart it seems prim ol eight ct untie< my
:your pancake appi-.. years ago. the civic organization The same old ties that used; to \twine ?.aloe Siara.U.*. >tu. Cbirttv first Um offenders, sometimesunder Gallon vases, and tu letter define !- said. today thai sales'and:
tax culltctiona December
tile holding up these d ..Js'Are has .gitvU ."> Uke over The same old friends I knew .. '. Coilur. l Lot-). Glades and 21 years of age, in carne crUIn crimes, such u"* vehicular use totaled: lor -
getting huivitry fwi the .. mine M*.rui., instances the fathers and evptmothers hwmifideM.haub $18.233.809
you r ponsof:.nip in Arcadia. The same old love that once! were which was. an increase of $2-
delicious pancakes und I All In making his aneiawm'etnenttisisb of large families' ,
some the funds will be used Come once again to viewAlong< niaiDtaUiod that with 70U.H35. or 1 7,35 cent over
syrup? Arcadia Kiwanis ClutU i for work amung underprivilcg-: that road that wind> aaxl wiada .... poutU' out UM foWewuccwnWsshnuvw ni ny of thorn suffering from .additional term as stale attorney last DectmberStraughn per .
preparing to sate that appetite ..> ed children In thM area it was I love to roam and muse rMsdn dtri chronic llluws. lack of educa- he could Improve the
and according: to an announcement said And feel again, the ('On'that bin d- his tivrii! years in offices liuti or UI\clUPln'm..nl. services of his office. said fiscal' year collection
last Thursday, The Jamboree is under the fain would never lose.. ,1. E.u It )r..r has resulted seta <\. reason for stoking reivU Sihaub stated that he had I totaled 103.4aalBI,
from Kiwanis officials' the bit; direction of Charlie Whidden. The vision fair that thrill any bead rt'... .u smoother of felony mfui >ctl>ui .... state attorney, been devoting virtually all of an increase: of 17.25 per' cent.

annual Aunt Jemima Pancake i 1 chairman of the special events: .. Nor leave that land of dreams .11.21: filed The total) Svhaub mainUliKxl. 1 that hehoped his time to the work of the or $19,228.804
Jamboree will be staged herSaturday e: committee und he has asslgn 'vu.,. would that I might drink for. ye -.*")itr <>I trmUMal charges- to complete' Uic program state attorney's office and that "This percentage- Increase
*tu\. February 8, in> ed members of the club to various y .L' From those youth-giving streams. .lv.I I ham& mote than d&>uWvd, he has beau" working uu furtuere.ssing with another term in Ute office I Ia only slightly belovr' our estimate -
:ike Scott"UuiMlftc at the cor- duties to make the eventa ,, But life thaCs real and filled with w.*th In list \oarV u.,,,,. the public service be. believed he could completehis of what'' Ihe "Increase
oter ofVemt. Oak: and Northtyonroe success: Kiwanis Club has for 4 Though oft' not what it seem- X. of the total number of of the stale attorney oftlcvII program to bring the service would have to be ,at' thii timeto
: Th.fs Tight in. the many years been very activein Had, not in ldlcnc n'.birth, felony charges, filed.. approximately '- fell that h* had gained of the office to the public meet the annual .estimate,
Ikcart of the. business. section providing for underprivileged Nor built alone of dreams Hi per tent: haw rwultu. invaluable experience during tt. the point of maximum efficiency Straughn sa..".
children in this county; But fraught with labor and with tear ext .."' '''''actio.... Conviction the past three years that would fly doing so h* explained "It indicates. further, we are
J'amooreelike although 1u.. admitted that with days and nights of pain have' been obtained: in about pruve a public asset if h* stuywl that the resident of getting better compliance each
SArcadla. past will be a thei efforts, would have been. And 'oil: it. takes to build through years ..,. ". 73: IM'i cent of those ease going *. In offlc" and would bv. wasted the circuit would receive tho month, for which we are most
starting at, 7 in if of the if ho did nut.SrrtAub grateful.
vain people area A shelter from the rain. to trial Theao convictionshave maximum amount of iwrvtc
mday e6 running throughout the had not contributed liberally But alt t"U..* that graced our youth '. included almost every anticipated| making Assuming that the prvsint
.and. concluding:: : at 7 p.m.That at various events sponsored by Those love that. once I knew ", .' kind .>t felony charge such a* additional( Improvements In the possible for each taw dollar apparent niceleration: of bus-
.,will Ctvt1.you the opportunity the club However, it should\ Are Pilots In the House of Truth murder manslaughter, robbery, operation the oUI,'.. lie cit- paid fur<. the operation of the !ne a In Florida will continue
to eat 'em for breakfajt. be pointed out. that the Ki- And tested Guides most true I bolita and moonshine opera cod limo nerd of a central' office office. the experience of the firstsix

lunch and supper. YouCtn wanlaiis have always responded 'An' dthough I wander in those ways lions. sexual' offense' forgeries. months makes u* feel hope
get all the pancakes and with outstanding events"' to To pause by memories Stream .burglaries grand larcenies andcontinental ful that the estimate of the
sausage you want for $1.00 if raise money for the fund. I know God gave those cherished days frauds. legislature: will be realized."

you are an adult and plates for It may not be generally' To bring to life Ilia dreams. -. 3. urand juries haw been New Straughn& reported. that the
cbUdren wiU be only :5O known but the Kiwanis roster empanelled in every one of the Lending Mark Set five per cent wholesale sportIng -
Ee"" Tickets are now on. sale contains the names of some -Robert.. Uyrd counties of the cirluimany good tas produced $7B.-;
f members of Arcadia Kl- very fine cooks and culinary times These:: hard working 503 in December, which wis
Club and will also be artists and these are the men grand jurors have considered $ ,1'3a t>r 7J3: per cent mthan
Eanw i > all day long at the who will do the cooking for many dlffuult cases and returned By State S&L was received from Not.ember .
place on Saturday Feb. the Panncake Jamboree. Other a number of Indict Groupslending collections. Fiscal year

t. Kiwanians while they may nut menu and some ports that collection' total 42&8.M7.
r Pancakes as we all know, be able to catch the eye like -- --
e a favorite American dish some of the waitresses in Weal State Bank Deposits were of assistance to the pub- ORLANDO (Special) Th volume was $914,138.-: ,
lic and agencies
governmental 129
savings and loan
i aDd these Pancake Jamborees restaurants, will do the '
4. Files have been prepared lit
reported that The league executive
ire nothing new on the nation. serving and have been very 'SINUSSu.fferers
and indexed concerning felony during I 1943 total .
> scene in fact they are capable at this chore during lending volume that 1MJ will be remembered
Nothing new her in Arcadia other years. charge: in each county of the amounted to over $1 billion as a year of record
Reflect Area Growth circuit: a record amount for a mortgage lending the
is this the third or fourth one The Jamboree Is one of the by savings
sVafied. by the Arcadia Kiwanis fund raising events staged each a-. over- one miiium. dollars single year by these thrift and and loan aMociatioua In

Club. In tact It has been one year for the benefit of the underprivileged ORLAND (Special) -. Anhlstori.l 1 M3. On bank ha openedthis has been collected: 1 from defaulting home ownership institution Florida. He said the major
Of. the main, money raising child fund of the first reported here month and 34 additionalhave fathers through the enforcement In releasing this. information. change experienced during the .
: William
of the Uniform. Sup- D. tlussey. executive year In mortgage lending was
Events for the Kiwanis Club. Sponsors pledgethat
underprivileged -
recently by Floyd Call executive chartered to date. view tii.ea ...4, M -p1 reie.t.r
president of the
(child Committee of the KI- the pancakes and sausage... Florida port of Dependents< Florid the expansion in the area of .,"IUU; rq
vice president. Those new banks will result In Savings and Loan League reported mulli-tamily home financing a* w waiw w to..:;,:
i ranis Club. Generally Pan- wilt be tops both In quality Bankers Association i w the 6. In addition to keeping -ii: :::..win wrlw ...
ke Jamborees are staged In and quanltity.' the service will total a total of 420 state and federally current on the felonies whUnoccur that total lending volume distinct from single family sese saw. ..Ie I aso.r;t\.*Cue >** *
larger towns and cities, but be good so come out and enjoy $8.2-tT billion' deposit 385 now chartered and commercial each day the stat altor- which Includes loans do*. homes Contributing to this .:- :- -.r..::=
the state' commercial .
held by ed plus limns.
ember of the Kiwanis Club a plate or two of one of banks. T hi. dramatic banks In Florid.. There were neys office has processed many other financial purchased: .. from change was the increasing ==.lino.: :ill ..:' Is t.l.a.e
f that people of this area your favorite foods. The timeis growth represents an increaseof 190 such banks In 1949. eases which acre. referred back Institutions. totaled number of young married wee u.ssee Ilf ..... I
l te pancakes as much as those all day long at the cornerof .9 cent for retrials after the U.s. Supreme 1,012,171,000., The previous couples along with the Increasing
of 7
deposit per over Tully F Dunlap, president high for
< a single year number of senior citizens Arradlu Drugs a's. DeSoto
ip other: places so following a West Oak and North Mon Court ruling that Ind-
1962 year end figures. Florida Bankers Associationand was set in 1843 when total I moving to Florid tu retire. |I
roe. For the thirteenth year' since Riverside Plank digent defendants not represented --------: -
president ---- --- -- - -- -- -- -- - --
1949. loans made by' these Miami recently. commented on by counsel' must have
T4Hat'l.AdWeek their convictions set aside... Although
banks are expected to exceed the strength and stability of STORK-WIDE
the national figures In rite of Florida banks and concluded: this has reulted In a
Increase. Commercial bank "Plenty of money 1s availableto tremendou volume of unexpected -
loan for Individual and business meet the rising loan demand cases with .no cotrcs"
Observance Set need now total nearly $3 and banks continue tu broaden ponding increase either manpower
billion. The loan increase their services! to fill the financial or funds t.. und.-tlnXc
this work.., the slate.. attorney
to 186 cent overa
For Feb. 9-15 amounted per requirements of our growing -
year ago. This was the fifth state. oftice I has kept up to date with
similar Increase sine thM' additional work
largest :
Charles. F. Adams national m, reflecting growth of the are Generally optimistic speaking about the profit future -*i ii"pte.cntattoe: has been:
chairman today presented overall economic structure and furnllirU tit the!: !tulle' +uf K'' "
and such attitude is extremely -
and broadcast materials EI. an
print bankers confidence: in the to economy Ida in over :20. different kinds. .
to be used in the 15th annual important our
4bservance: of Advertising Recognition healthy dynamic prospects and The bankers of Florid .if civil .uctfcm frciin' "bond, \ Tinsley's Feed StoreMOVING
Week. February tI.15. inherent stability of business stand ready to do their part In idations suits tn aetkMM aa"l
before more than 200 members and industry in the Sunshine building this evonuniy nn a .wn.Uot&. of judicial
State. and i'l l.* ..tcy:
of the Advertising Association stable, progressive S4 On a :year-by-year percentage foundation." Mr Hen: tub also "Un" >k |rld.
of I the West in Bakersfield Cal. growth basis. Florida ..- --. -. I
Adams executive vice presides banks have consistently shown 1- is !
t of MacManus. John ft increase in deposit and loan j'

Adams Inc.. Detroit-based national totals In excess of the national
advertising agency, told rat oC growth For the period
CHARLKS r. ADA"Tomorrow $ H
admen that the objective of the U'''' -IIJ63. the growth of Everything Is, Going'At Great Savings!
Advertising Recognition Program Florida bank loan show double

for 1964. as in preceding the national percentage: 'in- f --T-: ;r
years, .to more fully acquaint Last crease. Deposits have increased .: ILIUT1L7P I
the-general public! and business 2tt time the national rates _
with the role advertising serve Day Aliens for the cam period.In j __ HARDWARE
in our economy.** response to. public demand
The massive promotion .Is Can Register for additional banking facilities f ebyv.
sponsored jointly by the AAW 42 new banks opened in Hand Tool* Available In j
arid the Advertising Federation MIAMI (Special)-The United Bulk or Bag
orj America. Combined membefrsiilp States Immigration and Naturalization Rakes Shovels .. ..
(tpdudes of the 180 two advertising organizations aliens today Service that remindedall tomorrow Service office or- purl of-fie*-and- Lopping Shears We Deliver, Too!

rtpbs'pad 21 national affiliate Is the deadline for nonc1tu.ns fill out an address report form tdgcrs Hoes 1:1:* !
deadline .
before the January 31st t &S8SaWJ&&iJMiSjBBfflDOLOMITE
otffaaUatioos.rfWe to file their annual ad-
avoid seriouspenalties. Garbage Cons
to possible
dress report a* required bylaw
i expect that virtually all I ."
oC the country' leading newspapers H* explained that person,. IS YOUR LANDWORTH Plw, Many' Mr. Items T* Mwimr*..
magazines* broadcast Edward P. Akrons, district found. guilty of a wilful violation T* Mention. .
afO owtdoar media will unitewth director pointed out that address would be subject) tu apoasibU yr t. ,
us in telling advertising's. report forms.. available On. jail sentence and i ideponeUOft. a'JOi Ton -Minimum..-
stM-y, Adams said.According at the nearest Immigration and : MONEY?

to Adams, whose Naturalization Service office Advertising Recognition Work,**! -
sftency Cl'ftltedbe materials .and at all post office for the r -- 11., i 20% OFF 650 This
ef non-citizens ,
convenience -
all .' the print and broadcast. :
advertisements prepared for the to report their addressee Then U's worth improving! The value of

1M4 campaign will feature a to the under government a provision each of January the- land and even the talc on it. makes it i REGULAR PRICE 20 Ton Minimum
saute, hard-hitting: theme !
"Advertising U The Voice Off ImmlgraUosk! sad NationalityAct worthy of Improvements. Why not con i;
of HitAhrens {
fe J&
Choire. said the only noncltUens sider upgrading your land? $7OO Tn
"A advertUing people
*., not required to report
media people," be ubi od.we their addresses are persons in LARGE SELECTION
do best to tell the Prices' 1 Include
our Hauling
public about,our cUents\ products diplomatic*status oT certain foreign Interactional representative Q Most people In your area depend on I and Spreading

accurately oc serrtce" attractively We do this and as admitted organ Uatfcma temporarily ad per a. Ii an experienced )land dearer. He's the I Garden Seeds

persuasively as we know bow. that can give the most
agricultural laborer A gromfc laVaVMjr* ** ava* professional you
You need a voice to sell a prod. Akrena stated:. It U hoped bimatelt d L' ..l 1. sere doing It better and -J' .*- /
uct or service. AdYft'tUltJajt to that all persons subject to this shoal IL" for your money by

\ 'voice. But a voice can't If law will go to the merest lovajugrattoa more economically. A big reason Is ho Poultry supplies
buy: a product or service. and KturUaUea

the customer who make the .0.- _--. ._-..-,- I owns Caterpillar-built equipment design '
f --- -- I -
ultimate choice. This is a fact Netting and
about our business .that ia generally ed for the many Jobs in clearing and improving

segment.Usunderstood of the general by" *public Urge: Tractor ] : land and serviced by Rozler.Q AY j .

and I am sorry to say by an sJ-.ss ,
? t
10 40
astonishing cumber of busBMSaSJMM !- FencingOFF %
OJMt StUTf Tt Itt'..** Truck If your land Is worth money and it

The .TW4 casnpsicsi. will be needs improving have It ?,dens wil)t1 ALL FISHING, TACKLE

concKUratad period a* coatrtMrted over e. s witk the Je ;iiY tL..kAUTOMOTIVI l Caterpillar-built machim backed by

year-reuaa employed' "..approocit'. ........ tomerty tbts wlUghre TIRES Rozier. You'll kncwr you MriH ,get the I

our meemage greater ..- w; i best {ob. ALL PAINT &

p.c1.' Ad..ar.MJd,. ;"J Trod '80 It : f

rtke. .,. year obt etebsra Old Tires ACCESSORIESb
Titsiitil the ATA .** it* efftcs- I

r"t and osiaigt. preporaUae) 0 a. I. '
and dbteliwttsa ol odveruowg. Moline Tractors Athens Plows and ... -., . 1 NOW 1 b
... lbs r-1La-- '
sa Disc+
tebrY Hester Tree
er tlse tss grewi+ 1 ROZIER /lam SHELLS 1
the siMsile useslyd bA Rome Disc Arnco Disc ;

se. Ir.ferM e..r ..B...... I 2 PRICE

tts.:..J.l patr leur II MACHIN. Y co.r 107o OFF

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and- ---- JIlt-. .... rw..... "RL A"IDO FLO.FUDA T AMP A .

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8.0TIlE: ARCADIAN ArcadFlorida Thursday January 30 lOOt
f j ,__ ___.., _H" _.. "W'L _-',- ___

I More Than 300: Names .. .. Myakka City News -" ,\

(Con 1nuel from page 1-A) J\f\ rkett, Jr. Ernest 1M...- gene D. Hudson, Henry Brown .
Lanier. Dwight W. Morton Icy, E. J. Meyer, L. D. Moore. Sr
Frank A. Rife, Claude P. Rogers Edward C. Murray Jr.. Ray- In Precinct IS, Robert Wertz By MRS. ELIZABETH Ill LL> Is just southwest of Myakka Mrs. Orlee Martin cooked the ; : -. -
.. Garland W. Stroblei. mond W. Palmer J, L. Par- Commissioner: Lucky Coker has been homeon City syrup. Mrs.\ May Boyd cooked ", mfofa ;
Owen E. Wallace Earnest A. rish Ronald L. Patten. DavidE. M. G. Albritton Joel Albrlt furlough. Everyone Is glad Mr. H. O. Faxworthy and and served the dinner to the
White, Harold V. Wilcox Marvin Scott .James W. Scott, Myron ton .J. C Alley Eli H. Atkins. to see him. The Myakka. City; her daughter Beth have been cane grinders and a good time
T. McCall. Skipper Leon R. Smith. Ralbert Barfield E. W. Bar Baptist: Church gave a dinner sick with the flu. was reported by .IL
El- Durwood C. Smith. Ebb,. J. nard Sr.. Earl W. Barnard Jr., In Lucky'a honor on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Hawkinsand Mrs. Sybil Tisdale has resigned BEFORE you travel
Precinct No.3: George Smith. William E. Stewart, Beryl W. Barney. Wiley K. Mrs. Elvllee ones and her family attended the Manatee her position aa custodian : '
bert Baxley. Barney W. Hoilingsworth. Mrs. Lou Fair Thursday at the Myakka City Elementary write for free
Hoi- Gene W. Stewart. Leon Strlck. Bennett J. B. Bennett James daughter Eva Jones County on your
Jr. G. Shelby
land J. B. Sullivan Oliver F. S. Dlack}non. Ellis L. Black- of Plant City visited in the< night. School.
lingsworth Frank G. Johnson, Tanner Cecil H. Tatum Joe mon Warren W. Bond. AustinD. home of another daughter Mrs. Cylsta. White visited In Miss Eddie Darlene Llnd- J//
Mlllard F. Mizell Archie C.. M. ,Turner Sr.,. Alvie TwJ... Brewer Alvin .J. Bridges Mrs. Ada Hawkins, on Friday. the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. sey and Miss Deloree Waters TRAVEL 'ss
Peterson V. Clyde Hollingsworth. Leon,H. Waters Ollon 17. Waters Virgil, 1. .grown Richard. H.Burnham ,They enjoyed lunch und a short H. Hill this week. will carry their Sunday School
Robert Watkins, DavidO. Walter 'S. Carlton Visit together. Uncle Ed Stevens from Ven- classes to Sarasota for a roller GUIDE !
Precinct No. 4: John L. Ad- Wells Forrest K, Waver. Jr.:,,D. II.'Carr. Albert. A. Cet- Mr. and Mrs.. Martin Fax- ice was a visitor. In the homeof skating party on .January 26th
klaon William E. Ambler John F. Williams Leland T. rangolo, John E. Christ Virgil worthy and their 7 week old Mr. and Mrs C. A. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. David Thorpeof
Walter A. Bates W. H. Ford, Willis, Bernard F. Willis Sr.. J. Christ, Ernest J. Clement daughter from Immokalee visIted this week.Lucky Bradenton are visiting: her Travel the Congress wo/
Joe. L. Hampton Jr.. John A.Latlmer .. Willard M. Wood, David' C. Leon J. Coker Joseph R. Co- In the home of his parents Coker left Saturday parents Mr. and Mrs. Clayton with this Travel Guide. 47 .=
Western W. Leigh- Wynn. ker, B. T. Conoley Wilbur B. Mr. and Mrs. If. O. Fax- morning to return to Fort Kinslow. Just the fixe to carry In
ton. Morris It. Levsky Emmett Precinct No. II: Wcsly At Cook. Allan Ft Copeland. Willis worthy. Worth Texaa. Mr. and Mrs. Dozier Altman your pocket or the glove

Perdue Kenneth N. Platt, kins.. L. Cox. J. A. Craft Jr., Byron Miss Peggie Faxworthy attended .Jerry Taylor la home from spent Friday with their daughter compartment of your car.
Glen W. Roberson Worley W, In 'Precinct No; 12 through W. Crews Donald T. DaVis the Manatee County the service visiting; his parentsMr. Mrs. Chesley McLeod. Civet rate, locations,
Whidden. Troy L. Zeigler. 14 George Proctor (tub. to Ted W, Eller J. Garfield Fair on Friday night. and Mrs. Purk Taylor. He Mr and Mrs. Arthur Clark facilities of better class motor hotel coast to coast
Precinct: No. S: Arthur lIar- change) Coml.slonenPrecinct Farmer H. B. Bryant John is stationed In Georgia. and Mr. and Mrs. Rose Clark inapecl.dandapprovedby: Congress Motor Hotels.
No. 12: Sam Sum- B, Fender .Lawrence E. Ford Mrs. Ada Hawkins and. her Mr. Mike Webb was a guest have returned to their home. Members of Congress Motor Hotels offer free
No.8: John C.Ilarr. mersett. .Jr. William R. Ford. Grady V. three children, Mrs. James Mi'xell in the home of Mr. and Mrs. at Texbrtdge Ontario. Canada service. We honor Credit Cords.es.ve .
., Edgel W. Farley Oscar Precinct No. 13: W. J Al- Fort. H. W. Fowler, Leroy and her five children. Mrs. Morris Hill Friday afternoon.Mr. While here they were the
E. llerren Ernest H. Ladd. brltton Curtis M. Albrltton,. Frier, 8. B. Fussell. J, Her Jewel Jardlen and her two Webb is Mrs. Hill's great- guests of their son and bro- vo ,.,
Loran E.: Rude William H. Athatay Atkins. Meadly W. m'.... Glockner, Barney. Gold- children and Miss Dale hawks uncle. ther and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce- HOTELS
Trawick. Deani. William W. Beard liar- ring. R. V. Griffin Woodrow enjoyed a trip to Myakka State Mrs. George Albrltton visited Clarke at the Lester Yancy CONGRESS MOTOR

Donald McKay Commissioner old W, Beard John ,F.; Bellflower Griffin James T. Hall. Everett Park recently.We Mr. and Mrs. Charley Boyd Ranch. 1674 Meridian Avenue .. .
7 through 9: Claude II. Bellflower Hansel James H. Hansel. are sorry to hear that Friday night. Mrs. Clearance Wilson wasI
No.7: .J. E. AlsO- Walter )E. Belser. 'Stark D. James R. Heorn Dean M. Hcflln. Ada Keen has the mumps and Friday was Children's Dayat I n Bradenton several times Miami Beach :39 Florida
Precinct, Jimmie D. Barnard Broason, I. L. Broorne, DavidL. 'Horace A. Hill. Walter E. has missed a week of school the Manatee County Fair last week visiting her mother.
Wlnis": A. Bishop James Brown V. J. Brown, Ralph} Hill. John X. Hodges.' Harold. Mr. and Mrs Richard Jones therefore all of the schools In Mrs. H. .J. Nekton, during an
L > Boone Edward R. Cassels W, Carlton, Ernest"L. 'C wlilrt. Hollfngtworth( James 11:. Hurst and family have recently moved the county were cloaed. Illness.
E.* N. Christ, Adrian B. Cline Clad Dunn. Levi! Dya| Otis R. Cornelius. J. Jocns, Eliworth out to Keys Ranch which: We want to remind everyone Mr. Morris Hill and family -
,Ralph J.' Cochran. John W.Croft. Dye; James W. Elder ,Anthony' Ken John D. Kelly Jr., Stanley that the Civic Associationis : visited in the home of Mr.
., L. B. Danzey. Bobby Kngle: John W. Garrett, Willie$ Lungtord Joseph M. Letter to sponsor a sing at the My- and Mrs. Wright Rawls last
H. Matneny, Wilbur E. Mead C. Orlffln, L. M. Harrison Earl "1. Euwjrtt. Lewis' Ary C. LlpPlp'Ott nkka City Tabernacle on Feb. Thursday nlfiht.
Gilclirlst H. Mercer Sr.. Frank .L. Hints, Charlie M. Hint*. John K. Manley Jr., MissionaryTo 7. The sing will start at 7:30: Mrs. Sam heady left here DESOTO THEATRENOW
.uuot.m retldo' Juhn F. Nas- Usrrell M. Holland. Joseph Fre*| C.: Mathewson. A. FraneM HereOn tin Wcdaccdjy: to cpend the
worthy. Bennie E. Norton fcsrl: hurt Walter If. Johnson. Mercer, Owen K. Mercer. Speak p.m.Many of our local 3-Her's night with her IOn, M. F. Hen-.
Geoiga F. Palmer, Thurman J. D. McCormick William T T. L... Mertir. Irvin Moore, W. Feb. 9 and Fr'A members have won dry and Ms wife In Braden-I "FANNY"
Parker F. H. Parks. CliffordD. Meeker., Robert C. Mlxon. Herbert Morris Jr., Bryan No- ribobns at the Fair. We are' ton und then Thursday they I
Peters', John .... Porch Robert James H. Mixon, Bobby C. land, Billy R. Norton JamesA. Rev .and Mrs. Alexander proud of them. went to Leesburg to visit her LAST DAY LESLIE: CARON::)
D. Koustt. F. /M. Rumsey. Mlxon. Dewey Lu Molfett J. .Peacock Francis J. Petersen Wachtel Nazarene missionaries Mike and Mark White of granddaushter.
Dan C.; Shelter Leroy. a.tilosn. M: Mo".". Allen L. Paul, Irving Frank P. Peterson, Nlram to Israel are' on a fur Brudenton spent the weekend Mr. und Mr. Gerry Albrit-
Clifford M. Spencer, D. Provl W. D. Rachel Prescott Eltert II. Provau. lough lit the United States, en- with their grandmother Mrs. ton from Zolfo Spring are ALL WAG? DISNE PR 03RAMl
Harold R. Stewart C. L. Sullivan Joseph C. Ratllff,, Thunnan H. Lewis Roan. Ted Roan. Htn- Lagvtl In deputation work Chylsta White. here visiting his father Mr.
James F. Wsldron. Glen Roberts, )'. L. Kbbertson. W. ry B. Schloemer. John SmithJr. among churches of the denomination Mr. Gene White of Braden- Willard Albrltton. and his sister FRIDAY THRU TUESDAY
H. George, Alan Hamilton. CarlK. Herman Smith Ilallaa H. So- .. /M. L. Smith Dan O. Suggs.: and will speak, ton has lien sick but Is better Mrs. Cerrul Hall.J)

lltntyt Charles,. C. h iltun. well, Leroy; Ii"..".. John, L. Marvin Tidweit 8r.' Philip W. Sunday morning February 9. now.Miss Mr. Junior Thornton has returned Oh That .
Bruce 1.. Jackson Fred S. Suggn Clarence, Waldron, Turner A. J. Turner.. John II. Terry Ballard celebrated home tu visit his mo .
Keene, Harry.' Kinney Gerald Norman C. Waldrnn. Tliad WII- Turner, Carlos' L. Walker, G.. her Mtl birthday at the there Mrs.\ Ida Thornton. Professor'sApprentice
O. Wsldron. Ailyn If. Walker, .. ., Uavld.C. Williams. Mand Wallls Jr.. George W. home of Mrs. James Mizell. Miss Delorta Waters visited !
Colin Williams I II la wood .'. Precinct* No. 141 Albert V. Waters, Ja" me. W, Weelberry. 'rh. party was given by Terry in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson Earl J.. Wooten Aus- Barnwell Albert Earl' JJarn- David W. Wettberry. VernonU 's purentc.Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jessie Stanley on Sunday af
{ ; Woerner,,: Leroy Young Uallaru. There were about ternoon.
t1 itt. a. C ker. wells'1 Clentod'1leastay'Thanuus TECHN1COlONe
t Precinct No. 01: James W. M. licusley. W. 1'';'. Uug: ..*... C. )ttlill/ia. q.. ,Ames' ..,.Marion. J. Par- le !' 25 teenagers present. The Mia Mary Frances Hill received -
1 $5,11., younitcrs: hud u welner roast her SunJay school pin
Dopirlfcht Corwln B. Coker.Wayne F. (UogK*e. Calvin C. |io.s ss.Aurin .
It., Jones J. B. Smith.Wallace A. Collins, Vernon M. 1 1y and then played records gOO this Sunday fur attending Sunday -PIUs-
danced. school for threj months
Cpllina, Lurry, L. Crouch. Den-
...L.lJMlaar..W.J.Whldden I). Short., ThomasJ. -1,0." Eddie Kdwardi. M Mals l- Check Lighting Mr and Mrs. Gene Whiteof without missing a Sunday. | ;
) Furl. Molcon< --t.: Eu-; Bradcntoi: .hud supper with WALT DISNEY iS11C1 ot.1Jl ,
: NO. 9: Norvel Bar ,
precinct fieue 4. mother, Mrs. Clystiu .
ere Charles A. Green Howell t To Add ,omfort: White on Saturday night. Cigarette Tax .n .v aft dr ark rro..acaa.W5 .
1.. Ifeald, Jack C. Newberry : Their! two sons, who had spent -..-.- _...-
p Jam.i C. TlmJale Ralph .F.Werner. Sch. MathewsContlniUa4 To TeleviewingMH8. the weekend with their grandmother Money To City Starring

( from page 1) rOSTBLLK!: : DAWbCYHO : returned home with ..
In Precinct No. 10 through! senU4 by. at'bout one'tn.mber : Agent them. Collections of cigarette tax Bobby Rydell Annette
'' lit Henry Wood Commissioners! In.the state house of' representatives Have you checked. the lighting Mr. and Mrs Jordon Boyd monies for the month of November __ fI'otIIWEPiiRls '
No. I In, your television. area from Okeechobee visited Mr. 1963 amounted toS3.1297I4.e3
Precinct' : 10: James F.Albrtlton and possibly the senate -
.lately.? and Mrs. Ous Philips and It was announced wr
,' Edward K. Albrltlen being set on a voter
up. .T. protect your lamU,.'. vision daughter on Sunday. here today by Richard B. Keat
Marlon r Albrltton. ,Robert registration or population area
K. Allen,, William JWAvant. plan.. Malhewefeela that Stat be- sure' to>> provide gene ttVKMINO Hat Miss Mary Frances' Hill visited ing, director of the State Beverage ) -
t. A. Baiber. Gilbert O. government should be representative >al. lighting In '.the TV arts.Tirn Wy :"' In the home of Mrs. Sny- Department.Of g.n,

Barwiek, .J, ,A. Dennett. Wy- 'of all segments of the, the lights to mediumor the Arcadia Church a the die with Mrs. Snyder'a daughter this amount $3.082.811.73 i a
low level If wish will go to qualified municipalities
evn. you Sunday afternoon.
n6ft L. Bond ''Arthur Broorne.John state; Nazarene 207 Gibson 86., according
,I*,. Uuchan, Julius F. Bullock The atate road,, department, for f 'Ievl'en. viewing But to Rev. W. M. McGuire Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rawla with the City of Arcadia a I
,' Lawton 3. ,Clarke. JamesKtCllne long II.. Center, k>C controversy, don't turn them out. A. television paitor from Tampa visited the If. J.IJoyd' getting $8.24492. The rest of .
I .; screen .is, not designedto on Sunday afternon. the cigarette tax collections. '
Walter C. Cross J. also gain.d.conaldaabie.did' TlCtOtICOLOR- fr...WARNER BROS.
This I II the Wachlel'a second
$847.10290 will go Into theGeneral
Cr Fleming. James W. Itallmn cussion at the tne.tlhg.I Math- fee viewed In a darkened Mrs. RawU la Mr. Boyd's sla
furlough since they were' assigned Revenue
rooln.- ; Fund Keating -
,. George, E. Jlarrell. Robert ewe. reported that huge sums no other lighting ter.Mrs.
to Irael In l I' .
-, ,Harrison* Herman J. of money could be saved Ih .areorganisation the T strong. contrast' between srtrythe Jerry Daniels of Arcadia Said.
Nazarene department oC foreign
Johnson Hubert L. Johnson Sr. of the department the'bright screen and the dark was a visitor Ic her par-!
6 Harold S. .Johnson Floyd E. and that 'all 'counties surroundings it extremely tiring mlsalons. Rev of Wachtel Nazarene.is work superintendent nts home, Mr. suid Mrs.\ Clayton

Jones, R. C, Keene. William C. should be considered In .the '' to the eyes. Klnsiow.
In Israel and has recently completed SEASON IS
a Kldd.' Ronald 'Eo Lazar J. road program.In Cheep the position of lights January 23. 1M4.. l AG//
In the should be building a church in Mr. and Mrs. .Jordon of "TIE
Donald Lefebvre, D. Murray other aspects covered at room. They Boyd I
Naxareth and has purchawclpnpe..l APPROACHING
placed behind 'or at the Ue Myakka City celebrated their
Lynn, William E. MrAnly, advocated G'AMS'
the meeting Mathews. .
for In
another church
Idua H. McLendon Fred S. the} adoption of a uniform of the 'viewers. And check 3oth anniversary the Bth of &;
i atate education system. and carefully to see that lamps are Haifa. January. We Are Now Showing !
study ;and broaden I na: of ..th.ment.l arranged so that they do not In missionary talk. Rev. Mr. and ....... Vernon Smith HASEHALL MITTS. GLOVES. HATS CAPS
: '.rpa. reflections In the screen. Wachtel will describe development and family are our newest realdenta. -
This and That health program. If ytta. cent be avoided, replace sin historic Holy 'Lands They. bought the Oscar AND HALLS.
1 '
Il I continued from page 1-A) Mathews front the drew t a good when response he lamp, shade with opaque or that are again becoming: a center Taylor home. They are former NEW SHIPMENT OF LAMP SHADES -
[group of world Interest. ll. will
dense fabric shades to reduce residents of Bradenton.Mr. .
and A o'clock In the owning' .
told them that he was treat-i ARRIVED
tell about tho Nazarene workthen .
ref eetlons. and Mrs. George Baileyhave
of January 19, There .Is no re-
Ing all candidate with respect. You the and will show received word their Follow Size Stock ir* If. IS"and U".
purled' damage te fruit or* Ire.o ... can even paint colurrsikIeawhen that The ing .
There la rw.one top can-
for Inside of paper, cotton fabric possible. \ son. Nard who was expectedhome Au rted.Uft"IUI r.-
The Artad Junior Woman's oidate In. the primary roes or fiber glass shades with Horn in Kingston NY.. Rev. lost wet k. has been assigned -
club will conduct the Mothers governor.Alao, white. paint for this purpose. Wachtel graduated from Eastern to special' duty In Germany We Will Be Showing Our New Spring Style
March Of Dime drive Friday Mathews haa urged all Willi lighting rreatea a pleasant Nazarene College Wollas- and will not receive his PfRSry (late Soon. Shipment Should Arrive Within
night. All persona who with the candidates to debate. the environment for watch- ton. Mass, and .the Naxarene discharge from the army for 8 day.
to contribute- this worthy Issues of the forthconilng eletkwi <> Inc television.. Types of wall Theological Seminary Kansas. at least another month.
cause are asked to I leave their but so far baa not bad any lighting Include cornice or valance City. Ida He abel took graduate Mica Eddie Darlene Llndaey
selection' of Saw
porch Ughta on. Junior wo takers -' lighting .s well aa wall- work at the Central Baptist and Mrs. Louise. Durrance: have Large Coloring Hooks Jig Puzzles
men'hope tu cover all districts When a question regarding l bracket' lamps. Seminary In Kantat City both celebrated bJthdays: this 'S Hook for.Children Now On Our Counter. Entertain
in Arcadia, NOC'.t.. Ft. Ogden his. eligibility to enter' the governors _s |*oUt ''lamps,, too can be arraogmi where he received' a mauler of peal week.
and Urawnvllle race came up Mathews with shade turned to theology degree In 1>32. An old fashioned cane grindIng t Your Children with a Coloring Book or Story.Hook.KOCH'S .

..0- petitioned the State Supreme direct' the light against walls Rev. and Mrs. Wachtel I was held at the> Jordan
hid& advertising events are Court for a ruling and and ceiling while ,you're tele- hay. two sans and a daughterand Boyd. home on Saturday. Mr
In progress this. week at. Sch- received: approval.' "U anyone .Ww ag. the family will llv. In Ed- and Mrs. Johnson Alhnara supplied DRUG STORE ANNEX
loasberga. Tlnsley'a Feed store ham any doubts .about me"', he rnond. Oklahoma. while he> .ls the cane. Mr. Willard w
an<| Kwlk Clack, Their ads appear told the group. "I'm.. the, only on drputatkm work The Albrtttra sur piled a tractor.
court approved candkUt In _._ .
elsewhere in today's lame Church of Naaarene has 12fullUme -" -- --- --- -- --- -- -- -- ----- -- ---- -- --
,-,of The. Arcadian. this race.Senator: old enlaslonaries' working .,..
I I-
---- Mathews a nativeof VIJZ&e.r 4 SworM' areas. '
The Arcadian staff has beenrecelving Jackson county U manrte<| "I All member of .the Aired I. sOur January
many ompllm ttuon and they have four children.He 'fr.- Church) of the Nsiarrne areurietl
the new advertising! publication has. been In state politicsapproximately r to attend the lecture and '.
the Deffckto Advertis .. eight. years. thegeneral public' 1 U Invited.
.... The controlled clreulaIfcm Ihrv .lit the .house of revre* Rev McGwire said. WHITE SALE
medium la delivered each tentative and the rest In the iKM
Thursday.. Thanks. senate
.... -
-or12arry ,
04.Idt"ahow the ; the. Ifaoea snan ran .,.

grand. C'h.mpMJINon Briefing For Cod|..***a!Mail tail.fee caa I N
night .at. the Muuihwrttlorid *.
day t IMI.far. aa.
)1 fair" Ft. Myers. Cars.gratulslione Contlnuel ........ puce |.Atdividual ) 1111 |

Harry. Other member. A quealkm
county entries. all Judged high and answer e*.aion will tkMe" 4
lor'the competition..Watch. .. the m. C'r ...o-- :30: p-m.
The Arcadian. next The Junior Cfcambr Cuumerre -
..W"fOf two Important aurMAuwementa U civkt oervko .*- ,
of Arcadia busLnd.lestanges. ..Atu'-" w hooe ht I open t* yuuna] wwn between U, ...If. NOftTHft '

the a<,ia of 31 suit IS. O4'.*eaTHUMtOAV Who would you do .M v
The purpuee .f the wwrkl. _w. $ATUNOAY
MOD Roadblock orgonUation U the Iraptwe* BILLY DUDe In this ce? Struggle atonal"- I
ntent ..t the c amaaunitieawbich to without "'p'c.. If you bought
(C.MInud from, page I II) chapters are located Itwbert Byes y.ea .ianetance flu.uah ease -

Fletcher, JO Ann Mathews and and tke pervunal devebtp*'t' RAMPAGEt I. g e at c y We TeaavMU tnatrp.eadeat t See Us :"
'tXmna Foye Cline, of Us m+mb .i; bah. ..>tee- Unties.Q.t.a. seedy te help. day or : Today
-Att'Or4'tnc' 'to Mrs Martha tivee ftC sec snphahrd sight. Call .... -
Guttcrldge. president of" the through. a> woe v.roty.f tee. / .. -.. I .' For A January Deal On A WHITE Rambler:
"unlorYomaaaa'. Club. a goal I jerta.JuoUor.
ot. MOO has ,been eet for Uveirclub. Okambers of C3uov' au. MOH. TUK. II I RUPERT -wN.. .+

The organisation plans to are located In ie..re MARY MARY SMITH MOTOIIS,, '
marrh In the -mother's march t b e a ".-00 e.aseuaitia. taUst ] t>et>Ua> BsymVts I 't.GIUMSLEY_ :

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Size 81x108 1 Fine Muslin
A sensational group of children's
While 25 Dozen Last Only leather oxfords,straps and loafers and
ladies flats, medium and high heel .
shoes. Actual values are $2.99 to ,
$10.98. Shop early for these at only

: S:I4. 69 Outing Flannels Saddle LADIES Oxfords" Unbleached Muslin 0 ;

Solids and stripes in fine Fine quality 80 square unbleached
quality flannels. 36" and A large group of ladies oxfords in muslin. Full 39" sI
44"wide. Regular 39c and black and white saddles.Regular sell wide. Regular sells at 29c PER PAIR
49c. Now only at $5.99. We are closing them out at yard but for this event onlyYard
We Rcserve Right Limit Quantities
On t'e;: 25c Yard $2.99 19c

JEANS Regulation skirts. Dacrons and cordu
Pillow Cases 4 roys included.'Actupl values to $5.99 i GIRDLES I
I Boys 10 oz. coarse' weave Now only :
blue denim jeans. Sanforized. only .
.Sizes 4 to 16.Regular Brand new white nylon I l/b '
Full size bleached muslin pillow cases. Annual)solo on these nationally known
$1.99,but I slips I with panel. Regular I .
price is out they $2.99 '
Maiden form
Regular 59c each,now only panty
go at only $2.99,but for this sale only spandex and Warners'Delilah{ panty ,

39c Each. 51 .39'LAD'ES' $1 99 $ 8.95 Girdles Now $6.45 -& i

CASHMERE $ O.5 Girdles. Now $8.95

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., Full fashion, 100% pure Cashmere w
Sweaters with long sleeves and cardigan -
h style. Pastels and sell regu f
BATH larly at 1498. While 25 last only


A large selection of solids, Sports$2.49 -
prints and stripes in heavy Brand now white nylon sot- l
Dresses bath towels. Full size 22x44and LADIES in tricot slips, Real $3,99,
23x46. Real $1.00 values. Out
they go at only
values. Now only NIGHTGOWNS

Famous name dresses by Printed chollie and flannel night. Wear
BobbieBrooks 49c Each gowns. Regular price is $2,99 and
Jonathan Logan, $3,99, For this sole only
Korell!, Mynette, A very large group of nationally -
Helen Whiting and other known blouses T-
LADIES $1 49 MEN'S ,
nationally) known names. ri pants, skirts,
Sizes 5 to 15, 10 to 20 and JACKETS & UndershortsP suits, pedal
121/2! to 2412.! Actual values
MAIDENFORM pushers. Cottons, dacrons, 5'
and .
$5.99 $39.98.. For this 51st COATS BRAS corduroys, knits. Values P"

A1niversarySalecveryonc! A large group of ladies UndershirtsCotton $l.99to, $14.98. All marked
will be sold at exactly suede and leather jackets A group of MAIDENFORM bras to sell at exactly ,. I''
and long cashmere and briefs' broadcloth '
that set ll regularly at $2.50, including
wool coats. Values $10.98 Vorictte and Cmphossis.. While boxer shorts' and under-
1 to$45.00. All reduced the last only- shirts All sixes. A sensational 1

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I A Million;; Lights '. Or 'More : On : Broadway 'TRASI4> ,YOUR OLD,ACCUMULATEP PAPEPS HOUSEHARBORS OIL- And Now Zanzibar I


By L. D. BKAOIN you some impressions.. lights go on to give Manhattan worker has aa opinion on PAINtSt PEFECTWIRIt Field Marshal John Okello what )O are hrushchevlung d tag.a red The Mao great Tse-

The CarUw Nationalist New York, is,a metropolis. It the diamond sparkle. Distance everything from Baseball to G GhCARELESSNESS new dictator of the "People Communist' strides in Yemen.Somalia'
ileA million light/ on Broad. Is unlike1' a contrived or plan gives this cttywithin-a-clty a nuclear testing. You can try togo Republic of Zanzibar" has declared awl Sew, Zaitaibar .

way," so said the song of the ned city such a*' Washington perspective and a beauty like for a view' of a little-of.ali that he agrees with bold relief the program put of

theatres. Cart you count the D,C. It must be one of the no other. that goes Into the stew that 1* \ Ex2tr Khrushchev that "capitalism In being executed. Not
myriad face of New York? world's moat; restless places. Walking through the canyon called New YorK; down to 110th '' h colonialism and imperialism conquest: '''the strategic
There is Manhattan, surrounded None can be more beautiful or of Manhattan you see little. Up and 116th street and Park Ave n 1 MaC a1Vlr' should be buried.- He is quotedas only are waterways

by water, looking like ,more ugly. there, millions of "cliff dwellers nue where you can get food '. 4 -/ INiE 1N saying *"The wave .is ready but and Africa airstrips 1* being being art taken for
so many things. One day I Few clues can house within ," as the New Yorkers like from the world's kitchen and w for them.* Obviously another over East

thought of it as a mammothocean themselves anything like the to cal themselves, kp'the hear foreign languages and all II h ? 1sM.7p Soviet satellite It being set up conquest from distances that to: West

liner rearing its prow in fascinating; and quite unique commerce of the city throbbing.The the noisy confusion) In the strategic Islands of Zanzibar so that the hindrance for proved .
the waters. A colleague sea It island of Manhattan with its1 best way to ser.it all 1s togo Or you cart go down to the and Pemba. a '
In their Congo
picturesquely In the dawn com great skyscrapers which ,cannot down to the Battery and lower east side when..the'cigar-: Zanzibar the 103rd'nation eliminated. operation

ing; in, like a great jumble of be seen in perspective unless get ,on the ferry It is the store Indians dd their business f of the United Nations with a will be last
P '' the fortnight the
During ,
trunks and suit cases dumped you are on the water. Then cheapest-5 cent*-and most from a publitf telephone1) boothor r vote in the General As.embly'equal
on the water. Surely If Broad' it looks Ilk. a mighty. floating& refreshing experience on a from half ""...n"d e.k.or to' the Untied States. .IT -drift of strategic Algeria and'Ghana be'-:
hegemony ''
way has a million lights New fantasy. You can go across the warm summer's afternoon' when from rented'desk tnTan otrice.or made up of the former BritIsh -' to
York has a thousand faces. In ferry to the island In the late the heat builds Up on'Broad. from a rented office in a Island of Zanzibar with an 'came more remembered pronounced. It
must be that the
moat accounts of the city there afternoon and see Manhattanby way. suite of offices, the hierarchyof area of 840" square mile*, and
will be similarities, but everyman daylight. 'passing'the Statueof IKt.i. BEDLAM the New York' accommodation 4 Pemba to the north with an Soviet conquest of continental
York it You The tourist books will tell Insular area of 380 miles. The Africa calls for gradualism.
seeing New sees Liberty on your way. address. You cart start any '
like glittering facets of a multi- don't ,wonder that the early you to see this and to see that. thing here from a. south sea population Is about 300,000. 'west.is to be driven out the nationalist -

'cut diamond on a fair lady's Dutch called New York New They will adviseyou. to see the bubble to a damp i uib, you :4'j Zanzibar is only 23 miles from\ movements that create

finger. It flashes) and yob look. Amsterdam. If you return, a* 1 garment district where all can float a mytrilcaf 1 corporation the East Coast ol) Africa, most the vacuum are to be Infiltrated

For every man New York is did, on the Staten Island ferryIn Bedlam seems let loose; a lunge sell New York td some strategically located flankingthe but the fangs of conquest

,something el..". Let me give the evening the millions of in which every cigar smoking sucker turns fast buck and be Jt heavily traversed water are to be concealed as much as-.
on Mexico'before' route between the Cape Of possible. Hence. Khrushchevcan

the your clients way find 'out. t 1 Good Hope the Mozambique work things so that the
Channel and the Gulf of Aden United States or the' United
# .sn ;n ::J11Uj' < This 1 Is the gateway o/'oppor. '%- that lead l to the Ret Sea and Nations finance the transition.
turitty the sanctuary" of the Canal. This .is also'true in such placesas

I : chanter the dope' Peddler the ,.. ... .' w Suez Zanzibar has properly been the French Congo in Mali,

sexual delinquent, the alcoholic called the Cuba of Africa, and and hi Guinea.
The the man' wna m Jte'"'this we ca nexpect that the Cortr1mdnists Part of"this picture; 'too I_

,NCC and Parental l Authority"By best pickles In the United USES Should Be Fenced In will arm (r. In the fash' the; once beautiful and prosper

States, the phoney beatnik, the ion of Fidel Castro's bastio:' ous Belgian Congo which has

good fcuy and the criminal. The man who said that the grass always seems Any geopolitican can look at been reduced to shambles by

THURMArf SENSING them young. undoubted: condemned for Jesus Christ specifically Here is surely that multum in screener in the other 'person's' yard must have had a map of the world and see (Continued on paa.B)
Good churchmen who would
In ,the fight to preserve constitutional anyone parvd of that melting pot we federal agencies in mind because they just cannot seem
ly''are shocked to find that ah harm a child in any way II* call the United State of
government and the organization that describe Itself said It were better that they America..Out beyond the Battery to resist the lure of wider pastures.The .,.

free enterprise system, nothing a* religious In character have a millstone tied around Park the great Statue of recent ''activities of the United States Employment 1/) C7

Is more important than should be urging youngsters their neck and to be cast into Liberty stand on which Robert Service I is a case In point. Its primary ratter -jror 5oclaJHeavenly

guarding the institution of the to'get out from under parental the sea than to harm a little. Howard ha written. "Give me function Is to find jobs for the unemployed. In them / !

family.. Influence and to join street one.And your tired your poor, your days that should be a full-time occupation. But USES

In American life the family demonstrators in violation of what kind of citizen huddled masses yearning to apparently found it much too confining, so it placed Father, who has taught us that'.out of
the law of the communities In would these children be who breathe free. Send these added emphasis role the transfer the mouth speaks till
1* the basic unit In which a the on a secondary the abundance of the heart our
child learns the religious, national which they live. accepted Indoctrination by the homeless, thetempest-tossed ring of workers from Job to job by offering new poststo hearts with Thy love that we may declare It In every

and personal values by There are many thing that NCC Commission Instead of me. I lift my lamp beside the? employed persons. word and deed. Renew our minds and purify our hearts
the lawful
which ought to live. are outrageous about such efforts heeding authorityof golden door." Besides unfair to the whose Amen.
a person parents and community? being unemployed that our attitudes may testify of Thee. .
,I Moreover as a family Is a But the worst of all I. New York 1 Is
never less than Interests should get the undivided attention of USES
Would be 7O'
they law-abiding adults -
how It violate
,. the precept of : f y
collection of Individual., cooperating the Christian religion. "Honor after having been lawbreakers fascinating.. It Is not a city withan the off- hoot service has placed It In direct competition 'Y t +

freely and relying on In their What elan such a. Paris or Londonor with private employmest agencies. This naturally
thy father and mother" youth?
'traditional truths,that it is a teaching the commandment. But, says the the NCC Commission suggested Berlin or Home, which may has raised some pointed questions as to the proprietyof TWO

experience prepare NCC's commission would have Is that one can choose the have furnished characteristic. using federal funds to take business away from private !
youth for an ethical existence -
1 New YorK Is a fcaleldeacop, a ,
laws wishes to Sucha '
the youngsters honor one obey. firms. 1LIJ1EfJJ'
a commitment ;
and for a useful place in
place al human turbulanee", a urnMany
our capitalist society to civil disobedience suggestion is unworthy of place of richness and poverty Some of the queries were posed by Robert Half. esmi eras
because rather than parental Injunctions belief.In president of the Association of Personnel Agencies of 5r ..._
; This I. worth mentioning of racial conflict, of desperation ..... :
to be
lawabidlng members learning of the conference's New York. auos a.'
totalitarian always seekto of despair, of optimismand
undermine the family and of. their communities.Thus efforts to get student hope. It refect the possibility "What was the cost to the private personnel agency

subject children to outside disciplines the damage) don by to join Civil disobedience campaigns and the Impossibility in lout fees for each of the employed persons whom the the of the 'Lord.very lightly.
such adult advice .ta not simplyto one's thought backto people use name
and to the) thought reform go future. and In a strange way" USES helped to switch-jobs?" he asked "What was the
the communities: that mightbe the terrible Nazi era and the They are quick to exclaim, "My,God I" or to use the
and control that is call'ad the of the old world
plunged Into strife but to rise of the Hitler youth movement past cost to the taxpaying original employer, whose tax name of the Lord Jesus Christ in vain. .
I "brainwashing. Indeed it and its failures thrown on '
the children themselves. To In which ,youngsters. up dollars were used by the to pirate' an employee We should all understand that the Bible declares
I* lamentably true that even the shore of the new. for in "
J i In the free United States there urge children to break the were encouraged to become spite of liberty, democracy: and away? that "God will 1 not hold him are attempts being made to law and to engage In what amounts militant demonstrator and pay the spirit of freedom promised We believe that the Congrena should halt the for name in vain"' (Ex. 20:7), This la one Of the Ten Commandments
Ur !social' revolutionary no heed to their parenta' counsel. aging by USES: before it strays deeper into the private
1 damage parental authority. In declaration of Independ. which too many people forget or ignore.
activity is t. damage child Such attacks I
a a on parental
grazing ground.
One such effort was', made development. For Christians, authority' have no place In the ence the old evils of humanity, But it is more than a commandment. does not mere

,public In mid-January when this I Ia shocking beyond words, United States of America. the squalor, the vice and the ly forbid taking the Lord' name on our lips carelessly;

the Youth Ministry Consulla- .. crime still remain. aa 'a tragic it adds the warning) : "Thou shalt not take the name of
lion on.Religion and Race of i\ > '- reminder that man f.( not where Qat.Jo :70ccl.J/.J the God In rain. FOR'the"', Lord will l not hold
ther' ....... Council of,; ,;, : *'* he l*.but what& he. snakes. him ,.". r_ '. .. ': 'Lr.: : him guiltless that taketh His in vain.'' Don't
name com
I ''' : jf tp '
Churche*; w*. held at the ::70' .L'al to ..,f. U .. .. .. .
.. T-41 .
o _
f Methodist tJeneral: Board of >/aJJ//j/ CUT orr r \ mit this airs He warns, for if you do you will have to
face God himself for it arid He ,will not overlook it.
JduoaUoba11d1D1r, : la Nash America and especially t New"
Ville, Tenn. York,' nevertheless seem like Some 75 Years HenceBy Now. probably many of our readers have used the

In a shocking"display of con the umaellcue of KUropean civilisation name of God and Christ in vain again and again. They

tempt for law and order and Research Espionage cut 'off for good or ROGER W. BABSON have gotten Into the habit and find it difficult to stop.

for 'the right. of parent to evil in the great watery chan* Ha boon Park Mass.. (Spec of government was to educate Now what? How can such escape tho condemnation..

educate their children: in their nela of the harbour's' approaches) la!) I have a friend In Lake and to protect people from sick- God upon this sin f .

own values, the meeting openly -. RUBSgLU'' KAY wages. or on the great spires ef the Wales. Florida Mrs. William nss. Hospitals were almost nonexistent First one of the principal reasons for NOT' using

proclaimed ways and meaneby : lit the last few years a new From It have come the automatic sky scrapers, reflecting the Jones, who peclalu In auth- and people sent to God's name in vain is because of His, Infinite greatness.We .
Which parental authority nd cI.n..ou.7pe of espionage glory of the evening sun. entic antique Some time ago one were treated as If they were should all bow and worship before Him. The second -
computers, new light and New York. I saw once thru she which I in house of As
could subverted. One adult ha. become a threat to our gave me a book a correction.
reason because He th infinite God took
'editor of a "youth" magazine national economy and security.It durable metal and plastics, the eye* of a young man. Jack have Just finished looking over. time went 'on, families gradually upon
said that youths should be I* research espionage andIt life saving 'drugs and useful Blum i* a Jew, a law studentof It I* entitled "The History of started to unite into Him human form and as Cod the Son died for our sins

I "blooded In demonstration, U being practiced not only" Chemical and the new miraclesof :' Columbia University. He Mankind: and wa printed groups, thus marking perhaps at Calvary. Now would you want to curse and ,swearIn

that "the kids owe It to the by our enemlo but in some electronics and chemistry. started a suburban newspaper'to many, many years ago before the beginnings of the United His name? You wouldn't want people to curse and
** expose the racket of the the time of Nations which I swear\ In mother's would ? How much
church to march to picket ... cases: by our ante. It U Imperative that the OrganUaUon your name you
She pointed out that ".U ever Aa we are aU aware American fruit of American researchers great city and was pressed out HOW OUR ANCESTORS feel sure Is here to stay lens should we curse and swear in Christ's name or
the nation parents have reatrlctive of business by gangsters hired INVESTING SaWENTY-riVK God's 1.
firms foundation and organisation be as carefully guarded as are LIVED YEARS AGO name .
I Influence Summer attend hundred of the secret of our military. activities. by ether newspapers, who did YEARS 1ICNCE Those church Is the firstUmev everything from hiring his staff The book first Impress me This book also' suggests how
t camp ( ) million of dollars and many While re-earth knowledge never trusted Christ as their own Saylor-aa One
for the youth to get away to burning his. newspapers' with her great courage of the the son the moon, and thestars
away -
of effort In research. This
years I Ia Americanand who died for their sins.
protected by Those who have trusted Himas
** and finally' leaving him so destitute people of long*ago days, when
were sufficient to
tree to do aa they like research la conducted give
I Another speaker said: "Par- : by private some foreign patent, othercountries of staff and .....taDre', very. few of the commodities>> free light heat, and someday Savior usually never are tempted to use HIsi; name
Indjatry In effort to
j an afford no such protection had wind his existed which we think Important In vain again. Rather like St. Paul who wava
en U la the North would get provide this nation ..nd1M that he to up perhaps free power to every once
and if steal
as mad at seeing{ their kids In world better thing for better this: knowledge they and can project. This Ia 1 one of the bitter today The ..Id"of body. Aa I go out at night blasphemer and a persecutor," they exclaim with deepest -

a labor picket line as lit A civil living. products of producethe and lessons to be learned In this animals provided clothing.. to and look at the heaven I am gratitude: "He loved me and gave' Himself for me."

right line ....W.. need to gt. This .la particularly true of time-consuming: our research costly by. vice-racked city ., the CoaaNoatra keep people<<' warm day and Impressed with the fact that (Gal. 2:20): .

the kids politically/ Involved"Indeed our pharmaceutical and electronic manufacturing them* products where crime has dunned nl.hTheJf cut down their the sun Ia 1 today the source of
speaker after speaker industries what reepectablllty and we hear the own nearby tree to provide everything; including: food; but
re with starvation
urged that youths be ftleaUr... ... Ideveloped... the cheap wages phrase, "murder In a grey heat. Their only need was for that some day the moon and
undersell and
they thus
can u*
.*d to get In conflict with the American knowledge and 'weaken economic flannel au \.** rood: and the essential for the stars wUI likewise play a 6//on. i
law. our powerthroughout Consider as t did with Jack producing fond are' seed to great role la the lives of those ; Commentary
know-how that has been a bulwark the world.Several ,
Blum the garment Industryarea grow It and offspring to continue on this planet. This i* why ao
The Banner- In 01 tree '
s our enterprisesystem. valuable research with Its the harvesting of It "1' '' 'f
tlgar smoking many are intelligently Interested .? a .
strong comment on this National The prodocta and techniques r tit.
formulas developed" at great workers and here you can hear bob of which the people pro- In the study of space. W.au..17 .
careen f &
CMirenoesponsored developed by tai. cost
sat and effort have been stol
language and colorful vided. will ra.chhe sooty before
conference. ; said: ly. Independently: financial< research El
"These are. Mr. and Mr** have steadily enabled ua on Nod from to other under countriea.our noe In. ear one (Continued on page, 3-U. ) Their Idea of the function seventynve_ years ., ..- doialSystem

America YOUR children" this to maintain our economic leadership care at least, the U.S. government "ie M plural Basing the future on the' I'
"EmergeWry Commission pan- sad extended! s ur political contracted with ferelgtr >*,-
.4 U about a past I should say that within In the long history *f this tt He- In
i i talking and the power around the globe. firm to supply, It with a STMCTLY BUSINESS IY McFUTTBSMy produced distortion
I parental 'authority It propeaeato This glgmnUe. industry of discovery product developed by our ownissearth. d I sevet ty, flve year there maybe ',republic, only, a comparative the appearance of ....lte,1M
t subvert Is yours. The .teenager has become a $10 bile Thl was offered. at tta stock exchange* and handful .< people) have toted: th* rsasun that the --'Ia'' $

tt ..-k.0 attract tee bon) giant ewtareiy private. andcompetitive. a lower price since there was -- even "over the counter" tradIng fee the President and Vie.President who carry a state, no matter

1 I 'Its ewn scofflaw use la right 1IM given as svo research coat aa '..1'he may be forbidden. I repe of the United State. how say their majority,. receive
4utOff your home, school andvtiurdk. the producta of the future,and foreign producer was concerned I ant wrong: but I feel that All the rest of the electorate 100 per cent' :ef that

The Ideological man- !helped protect our high stand. and It was produced with cheap ::7I almost everyvne may be working ha voted for group of men states electoral' ......> This
I J iulator'a are now picking std of living and our high later IM direst uwtlf.lam vrlUk I Ir for the. government UDder and women who. for the most wa exemplified' In IttO. :.The
some net *f aedaUatte aya- part are totally unknown to lat
khiCht .. w' President Kennedy raa up
tern ,TAM would not provide taem. : a substantial. electoral toBeg-e
Scientists' and researchers ill opportunity for Investment, ether This of course, as due ta Oteelectoral majority. Yet hi* popular
II employed by American firm than in the form of build
LtCLCUCUl eoUege system whisk, vote margin over Mr.' JCI....
have found it profitable to steal ings. Thee would be prlaaariIty after much debate and com- was next to tavtelbto Arts-
A highly secret' and valuable Information for .... cducaUeea and. health*1' premise. wa firmly embodied ally. Mr. Kennedy retved ,a

'- and pea* It an for a I'e ti of the people. It as quit<< ) likely la Article II aC tae. OxMtttu-::: fraS Ins. lees than t.
t Published every Thursday morning at MT-20 W. price to tMMte foreign firm that employment will ..... tins Ever since, acorv* of propoaala of the total vote eat,par betas

I Oak .Street Arcadia, rfertda. Carl B. NeO erger. NIL Urug piraey c-.. Mftve4vtB ; treat these. .agars patented' drug secret' and antibiotic ,...Iria... personnel
publisher; Margaret O. Nelberger. business tMnager.Entered change It, a.oesuecesafuL various minor party ranrtldaUe. -
culture developed by *. run It; (2) education caUr- And ttu. '
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a* Second Class Matter October IT, ItSt at the pt.f ,
uvderle Laboratorlea are now lug fur teatbee and. doctors; Made far the cfeangeudouM.
Post Office at Arcadia. Florida, under Act- of. Cacvgrws of before awth civil .** criminal 04 (3) sanstrwcUean. crea aas..| another em .ev wta benade Varlou the methods of ndw7sec
I March/fl. into 'C"IeUn-- the critical who hav. system are "--J"8.--
painting vp # dsesaod for thus atends. tear the change der' sseaNe..eee ........ty
situation aced by industrial research Utader the emkntn.
srrtem.eaett sue stmplest
w..twcF10rWa Free AsaaeUUon,. National Editorial a* Out taw P1vesdust
leaden. r VALUE or MUNICIPAL state br tar many *leetoraa ,

Association., Interaaueetal Conference ef Weekly New*, TtM research tiled who peddle BONOS r* has Sassier .... Hep.atalee. be ..sad...Vie. ay* PrPsilJiat direst popsjssr. shaft

f paper Editors,.Sigma Delta CTO. our Industrial secrets feur securing Mew wW that bwOdlacs W '_.' 0.atloDed- TheT tat vase '1'M. tfPXVTBttStft lift S W*Cef
daruemeAt ad formulas finaftcvd? My g- tDdq sbess ade.staee M ... Ode e>
Advertlstacl: JUpreeeeiuUve. Flerlda. Press. are msay. tne pitairsa*!
Mh* ... u..t the essaua/l/I sable Is
from eiaaloyer m.. ad aaUing ; that they ... tmag ..... af the Pnalsleatas
Gainesville. Florida: American Newspaper Representative. abroad would Ague se-called east- love these two a-kfmonU
them tit ces petltors are ream as t*> fce men ef ... .-
New York. ,. New York; Atlanta, Georgia; Detroit TUictUgan.8wb undermining thetvaUorOs .", ctpol .......* .e prevtde the repe.s.a.... by their Sematar. .**. ate eajgfct. to be ...pe..aiUrveUy
e o strength just .. much a* tl. 'yar funds scee sey to build ,_ism at apuihatbkss. this. [ ..
erf>tloa fUUa>: One Year fiJBO;;Six MoatAku ...a q.2L. thief ..BJO peddle military secret a eAo.rla. k.aptal.ra sod ether to .... ....... a --.... aake+. .to .reef ar e 1 peps OUsenls*. Aneatsar ease

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Morning Worship 11:00: a.m. Stlt-20 40i2S-M, : 1AH4.SI 423.1: IllS-Z.t: 13.12: A:8-"
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!, Motor a\ Puma Repair, Youth S.nlc1:30: p.m. DWnaAS, 1:tj1 A'n.f.r Adtrrfwa.Tow.. ..I_..Jrr..Orrr, V*. 124 W. Oak Street
WEDNESDAY Undenominational Full Gospel 1 I
.1"* 'W.:' Magnolia. WA e.8291 Prayer Scrvtc 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10.00 a.m. Sunny South Packing CompanyArcadia.
Morning Worship 11:00: ajn. I
t" East Maple, Street 'In Villa Rt... BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH North ...Ik and Olkoon Evangelistic Service 730 p.m. I
i. Brother M. ButnerSUNDAY -. (Member. of the Southern {II" Owens.. ) SUNDAY
*. Taylor's Superette) Baptist. Convonllen) SUNDAYSundaySchool Sunday School 9:43: ajn. TRINITY METHODIST
Bible School 9:43: a.m. fit North Hlllsbereuf. Ave. )10.0O anna Morning Worship 11:00: ... CHURCH
toe W. HUhery WA 8-SJS1 :Morning Worship 1O-.43: a.m. A,........ Florida. Morning Worship 11.-OO: ajn. N.Y.P.S. 530 pjn. Weet Oak St. at Oran.* Av*.
Junior Church 10:43: tun. (t[Weekly Schedule of Service) Training Union 6:3O: pm. Evening Servlc 730 pjn. ..*". Raymond Hayes Fussell's Frozen Food Center
Wher_ W. Fealur SPECIAL" Wk. ladPrkss Youth Meeting 030 p.m. SUNDAY EvenineV r.hlp 7r3O: p.m. TUESDAY: SUNDAY
SI Evening Worship 7 JO p.m. Sunday School .::43 ajn.Morning WEDNESDAY Cottage Prayer Meeting Sunday School 9:43: ajn. f Cutting Wrapping '..... ....
Day A Wookl WEDNESDAY. Wnnhlp 11:00:: .rn. Prayer Service TdO pjn. '730:: ixra. Morning Worship 11:00: ajn.MYK C".Ic. Feed. Lot Beef
3.Hd-Week Irayer Servlc Training Union ..SO pjn. WEDNESDAYPrayer : : 5:15: pjn. "., Yowr Locker *r Hom FreeterCjrlstrom .
1:00: p.m. Evening: Worthlp 7J30: p.... CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Meeting 7 JO pjn. Evening Worship 7OO pjn. Field Road WA S4J31Smith's
WEDNESDAY Service *r. being hold by THURSDAY
B. W. "Bud" Skates Roofing Co. TEMPLE BAPTIST' CHURCH Prayer MeeUitg and n bI. an Informal group of ChrUUan Evening Prayer Strike --
t ScientUta Sunday morning
P North Milt.Av. Study 7JO pjn. at II ."dcJok'lft on th. VFW Hall, ...". Robert J. ..."...... 7OO pja.
Complete" ....fI... ..."..* A. C. Col.". Factor East Oak Street
IAK HILL BAPTIST, CHURCH on Eft cypress Street oppoatt. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN X-Cel StoreFertiliser
SUNDAY .. the water. tower. All tn- Phone WA 58001SUNDAY CHURCH
Route S Bo. MOA WA 9-1144 Sunday School 1000 ..J'a.' Sunday School' 10 OO ajn.Morning t "-re Sunday :School t:4: > am. fS Saddle. Halter. Bridle
Evening Service TJO pa.. Training' Union .JO Sunday School ': ajn. -
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Morning Worship It ..... Morning Warship 11:00: ..... ..
I WEDNESDAYPrayer Evening Worship 7JO: pjn. SEVENTH'OAVAOVKNTIST WA .n1 117 W. Mg4U
I Meeting 730 ..-.. WEDNESDAY CHURCH Evening Worships TOO pjn. Evening Worship 730 P 1ft. .
.. .t ", Prayer Service) TJOHURCHOF p.a. Patter Ralpft J. ....,... TUESDAY Evening Prayer trite
First Federal Savings & Loon ST.. PAUL'S-CATHOLICA all E. NHhory ... Prayer Meeting. '7JO: pjn. WEDNESDAY:
Association off DeSoto County ......... gad W"I..... ... E. Nlehery o, Mill A_ Sabbath School YJ>JC, 1.Jet p.m.METHoD.aT .
Sunday MJIS*. t and I II am.Tnundajr ..... ...,." I.. Byrd Paotor 939 .1ft. Saturday MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST Doug Henry's
In AradU At TIn..Ia./. '
\.d. Mass '1s am. SUNDAY Church Servtc II *... PINK LEVEL MAM SHELL SERVICE
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'.' Wonlttp II_ am Prayer. Meeting: TJO .... trd Sunday *f UM ...nth 11 moat At*_%. it* "..alrt.*]
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ARCADIAN. Arcadia. Florida Thursday January 30i 1964 5.B'

;>4 m.hollJJfJ.J of the average rate for the .,,. made to contract by ap ,'Shrinks Hemorrhoids
entire city. Schools are crowded CROSSWORD Jlaiwrc II nil a slight electrical charge I
and bed I r a number of charges
<8< out
young people of every 10 ACROSS 3.nusalacity: 21. Fright .j:vd with a nimultancoca Without Surgery
start secondary 3.
sign 4.Funeral ens
: of brigh aulb. the
tnit a
school never go to the e Itch-Relieves PainFor
5.tilitsry life pile Inactive. Stops
top grade >rn,i ha\o "lenrnvd their !
(Continued from pajc 2-13) 9.Dally record 3.: Bach crHandel ness .- MI and will respond to tho the /first tlma aeUnea had f.. The yourij people the boon! : 2?. Rental mbataftra with tha aatomahln
Juvenile haaiin -
Brookljrnese too. As t uluU', JII.t t m th.it.. the a Haw
you "
no delinquents as they are called 10.Music drama 6.On the left contracts 1 .* abJItr to brink bawr-
lower down towards 116th t Sit w, ra .i1..u. being ap- i| rhoida and t. nil.T. pain-without
get into trouble 1%.Ir* eU nvat.( ) 1 t'
Street or over to the lower with the FREE COLLEGE Department : d. urmry. In saw after ease, while
Police three times 13.Motorist'sstopping 7.Allot :j.Ur:tnt F;( I _t.aI twine
Side as often as srvntlv relieving pain.
East ;you can hear all the URGED FOR ALL mixiacrylic. I
a.T direct 25.River ofLatvia _
Ae youth in other :? ) eton f.bnnksg ) took pl !test
languages of the universe; the any part of pLt.ce proceedings l lit 1\ !school graduates should rylic. ( : I 57. 1"" .m.aln"ef all\ -r..ult" w.ro N thor-
Spanish. Italian German. Polish city It is said that one out 14.Climb 9. Punctua. 29.Man's have two years<<: free college triacetate.\ ; I PAINfUL a': I such that ...ff.r.r. m. of every five children in A1AZIMG! .....nt. Ilk* "PiI.. have .....ci tob
and the Jews speaking Yiddish negro l:5..l'ouslo: eua( tlon mark nlck- educ ,>n, rectimmeiMta the Ed- nylon 300; ( ) LIQUID I l t
New Th want a sewbestial
York probl'ml"
among themselves. On is illegitimate Pros- 1S.Norse god-. It.Winded name (pot.) 33. t-a'T ucati} Policies Commission rayon, silk : RaitVES PAIN AS 41A'Ir : a substance IBIo-Oyn.*)-di.-
Madison Ave. you ca nsee all titution and venereal disease is desa of death' IT. Showy.tree :31.Court peralumbrella< spot', rvHl by the National Education 35O If DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY e.v.rr f a werld-famous ee..anh
the brashness of wealth on widespread. IT.Abraham's of lIawall1... Dickens) Association and the sults you N.*. ".m--. > .rM .M f.1. roe .." I tna.ttut..Tkl.* substance.. U. .... available -
.... .In .M a.*".r*.'asetwesi l rmcall4
anti I rr.e"se N
Park Ave. you can see all the Harlem former Dutch settle- 20.Ex bma. 32. Rip 34.Assam Amei ian Association of School atures. ral I lit .on' r. mtv"I". r.'k' labs. Ilise frB.nili... H1*. At all drat
suavity of the moucyed class. ment in New York was originally (Bib) ttonnephew :34.Continent silkworm Adm.mstrators "Unless opportunit grees ( :..pars' ,j", :: .. .. I : I _."Ier_.
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Down in the Bowery, Jack and a fertile farm land: area 'Pronoun :\ for education beyond con t r.n.n. .11 bu..n.n.N. I
our In the 1920's it was a white 19.Fertile desert I :I i .. I high -, howl can be made available -
I picked v ay through the 0 a --- ------
forgotten mm: the lay-abouts. residential district populated areas to all" the commission from I
mainly by the Irish. Italian and 22.)lslt I' said. the American of the
the alcoNolics lying on the y' promise about
pavements If you stop in a the Jews. :Most of these movedout 28.23.Half ems II IS Indh iiul. dignity and freedom moon's I Station WAPG Programs

traffic Jam some of them will when the negroes began to 2T.Of the ear cann.i be extended to all" It rueklike

con across with an old news- come in. In Harlem there are 2S.Uke to ''I emphdMzed that the two years simulating

paper and wipe the windscrenof : exclusive areas like the Lenox 29.:Friar's title / ch-Hii.t' be directed primarily from a

your car In the hope of Terrace Apartments for middle 30.Newt I. t'l/' .. at in'>-Hcitujl- growth, not vo- vacuum 1480 on your dial

making a dime. This is skid and higher income group Negroes 3X Begin catio..;ai or technical training material
row in the big time. but in spite of the fact 33.Aladdin's i 1 :: l A urw volcanic bland rose Resulting
that there are class Negroes out >i the North Atlantic off .
upper benefactor i in the same
You must .
see Bl.'ecker Street 16 zs
in Harlem and even big 3T.Artist's the ,. utherii coast of Iceland Worms hlP&u WEEK DAYS TMUnSOAVCHANGES
a and Mott Street and Q'llenry'sCafe. 11 41 Tae AnaaiaMrRIDAV .
business men most of the commercial stand in N.\ ember- IIMS3/ and grew to learn. too r SS tla* .a
We saw so things u { e N... N-NLwN a w..MMet
. many life is controlled by the 33. Sports area : / a height of 300 fe t above sea llowdoin c_..I. ..._ CHANGES f

honky-tonks by night and of Broadway day from to the a white merchants especially the 3: ,: Slyly sar.castio u 01.# v n ,,14 level in six days. It was created Maine. 1.s,.00 .........a S.-I........... a. w....... Oslo O.H S. Saaaks

( chamber music ensemble play- the business main houses shopping and block shops along on 40. A hoarder u .. S. islands. (t.1> are of )course by an eruption all volcanic far itda= : ::'::. t.=::::., a. w....... SATURDAY CHANGES I
ing the fifth suite Bach financed 123th 41.: Soviet news 1 ., .......... M>tr* u* .,.M 4' w..W wN .."....
Street between 7th and below the ocean's surface explain a. ... ..".
by the New York City Coun- : : .:: h..r. N e.a
8th Avenues. J4IDO"'l the Natursl Ills M wwM..r
err and appreciated by thousands 42.); :Z" Chicago :Jm: : 1.1. :' ::H> Davi .:-.
M.rglng with the exclusive tory :Museum II violent escape : r. SN.N. SUNDAY ,
stretched out on the 10 N. l.wwar WaatfcaTM .
in Washington Negro areas, is the universal 0 of nttiltcri and gaseous material 15.51 :.: ..... .. t* tl_ Oa
grass Square. A
city of contrasts! deterioration which starts with 3.Because u from the earth interior Il..t 11..0 I: M.w.,:..J-..:., :. Waatft a.a.d- : N N.-. t."> o., 4. WaatwatM
the pawn shops with their .S.Malayan 0 Z Steel is not a single metal but 11..1. ......... ..0... a N CWa N. .l SMaO-Ua Mr.s 4. WaatfcaaIt I
I don't knQvir. of any city white dollar signs painted on peoples a family of materials ranging; ((" .. : 11'e0 N... taw..v. a. Ws.ha Ma4M- CkMMk ex ..

where socially and culturally the windows teenagers shoot from mild or low-carbon structural liatlnnsl .".' I I..Ot sass'H... M.e.."tawo "'... a. Waal*... a.: 14. *<-.w aaw. M_Ckank Nn.. 4.a Waat O>4M *. ;

speaking the kitsch or phoneyof dice on the pavements. This ls steel I through: a varietyof our world : I' U tata7::.IN.I.O -5..s, :.Ol w::M a--
HUS; world can live so close- all"ys .including familiar ful to our I 10 a O* >raa4kaw
the of the
city the hopeless 2artsGas' !:III ur1I1CU".II 10 *4 4 Waalka
ly beside the cultural and the drunk the alcoholics. It li no stalnlosm steel The welding to.fic4hi our future .N 1 .M..w...... .....M..5r"....... e.a w.a..a...... 11 1 10OI.... =..:. .I'-h1..*,. W.akw

world worthwhile.would Where else In the wonder that a white woman (Continued from page 2-B) of these ehemlcaty and of military 1 2..a'0 ...........1 M*MIMM Nov. .a.A. Waat 11_*.... II .. M ManMaa NaOhw._.......4 4 ,IOaa4..t
see "Kosher dissimilar met WaaMM
you a nnvtalUirgiciilly i
dare not go down here at night gress 4 01 l Ta. tM a I .
Chinese Restaurant. It seemsto time. Members of the blackMuslim U Thant and by Ilarlan Cleveland /"rJ! als i> a 'l'equl'nrt"qulrement vigorous I.as, w.. ... l.n"... ..a a Walla 'f"1.: : : i *a a w_....
15 Mo a y- ...
Imply that there are such extremist. anti-white and Jessie McKnlghrt of fur H.truleunt, refineries, steam American t..s..n O.t 1 is t.. Iah.N. N...
people as Chinese Jews I never organization publish their news the State Department It was (Continued from page 2-D) bolUtu and generators: nuclear try M... "--. a We-a..

really found out. Where else paper down in Harlem work- only a little more than a year power, lueilities and chemical dangerous; eMNt1AYHCHAw.NNE.S. I., 1 L.N.5.ra1 le, NI.......... Chap
will you see, as you can see in the restless ago that we heard from these all parts of the nation and the plant Avoidance of failure. In ;
ing on congestion TUESDAY CMANQES .. ... ...
Harlem and down in invigorated work demands selectionof a w .
the As you go along the principle internationalpoliticians that two-party system such foi .41 Ma.N Ow O.N J:1 ;:::.:U MIN.
Bowery the streets littered business street you can sec the revenue from Katanga had Opponents of the Dire t Popular the proper arc welding electrodes i .. ...... .__..... .. WM/IiN
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with overflowing bins and dirt large! neon signs advertising to be made available to the Vote Method argue that says !t. K. Lee, vice WEDNESDAY: CHANGES .01. seeder......1 N_ .. w NMM

and yet up In the middle of the special: ointment that "Lighten Central Government of the It would be unfair to smaller president of Alloy Hous Company t.4) H...', T* v....... t sit t..:: ::=;:..:.. ......

town of Manhattan a policeman the colour of your skin." The Congo to reduce the gaping states; lead to national; election The best electrodes' or

will fine you a $100; If you tragic reflection of the situation deficit that the UN-ruled Leopoldville laws at the expense of state filler metals to use, he says. All Llttfd Ar. Subject **. C"a"...
throw a cigarette butt on the was creating UnderU sovereignty In this area; and are those that provide weld Programs

street. Thant. the capitol has been encourage: the major parties to joints meeting service requirement -
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there ,, ,
In this area: also are
The cleaning department and reduced to chaos. concentrate their campaigns at the lowest coat I :". .L7"m..q." ,r
probably more churches and ""-
the police have to go in convoys meeting houses to the Then the United Nations the In the heavily populated cities Minimum Ironing temperatures << -- I
to areas like Harlem and square organization that was brought at the expense of the Interests for various fabrics have
mile. There two
. anyway they don't bother are even synagogues Into being to save "succeeding of rural areas and swan com {seen esUbllrhcd by the UJJ.
for Negro Jews hundreds -
much more about the munities. As a practical mat
negroesthan generations: from the scourgeof r'
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of funeral parlors, bars the ci.Tnffth of ldc logUs. the
do the landlords of the war" resorted to cruel and ter. It Is also said that suchu \ .
and walk-up apartments lIarlem'l fates of polilicUns .. Itefotm ..... otto \<00-
rickety,houses in.which the unfortunate sanguinary war to force Katanga constitutional change could I .. \
problems are so deep has proved Impossible because: ,
people eke out an under the domination of the never be ratified because of N1ak C 196Amight )
rooted so complex that U politicians hay feared that II
existence. of small states -
Central Government Instead of the opposition 3t
would be hard to know whereto upset or threaten |iulltlcal \r.OSC tQ
HARLEM VOLCANO some two-thirds of thC'mYou..1 p.
the of free.nterprise
adding revenue .
begin to to solve them. that they' ... r T 1"
try arrangements
lose rvUtive political Influence .. .. .. I
SMOULDERS Katanga to Leopold- y- \\OnC,
hay found nlal. ur at :t\
At the opposite end of New conc I '
Harlem must be the greatest vine U Thant Simply subju C\C'P I
(least die table and dryend l f .; -t
Greenwich village pr
York is
smouldering racial volcano with added to the thane ls .
:: gated Katanga Another proposed I {4. I
a lid on which one can imag where the real phoney' Duh m- overall deficit and spread chaos the District. Method, whereby 1, able ,,\ C \

ine. Going up Iowa out of Central tans frequent. As one writer. where order had prevailed. Yet tho unit represented by Bath I 0.\ \
PaiK you walk right bang Walt Ktlly. sees It today, it he continues to receive the elector would b* switched' ss j

into it. There Isn't a white face looks like a reservation. H. plaudits cf the civilized: world.It from the state to a district I COLD SUFFERERS S\\\

to be seen for blocks upon says "It is still noisy and still Is. Indeed fortunate for within a state and there Is e\\\

blocks upon blocks. How many resembles a can of worms each western civilization that Africans support for the Proportional Gel UM cabal from thai sihe-stt- o"ftS .//i iKn.

negroes arc unemployed up in a turtle like"sweater or facsimile do not readily adapt themselves Method which would provide. *'.w._-....l fa.Uasj due. to ....*.... I '". ,.
there is anyone's guess They thereof But as he says to Communism. Under that each candidate would receive STANHACK'S cinnlMfMiiiM vl eMNli.csllyprovea c:. v...

walk about the streets they live "it is also full of fakers, peopleIn the euphemism of "d<
in the streets and when the blzxarc pants and Jackets. listion." U Thant Khrushchevand electoral vote as his share of ..... sad. Mi.... ttMnltteilng. r.Ie'.1. n c .
weather gets too warm they to called folk singers, those Ilarlan Cleveland have _tin the state's popularot All u.at s gargle' l I..e wee ihrual ..... t*. .". ., ,\\ '" I
sleep in the streets because fakers determinely 'languid. motion forces that are pushing have their advocates, all their. 1514% fop bask with i STANHACX.: I '.

many of them In any cue and relaxed like children strategic Africa farther and o*,>t>unsiits. I I ,
have to live four and five and dressed up!" Kelly calls thema farther from western clvtlita- In any event somethingsaid s .

maybe six inan bunch of "square pretendersto tlon. James ISlA..... I \
t>r ten to a room "' by Ur. pro '
area- rent. li Just as high as it is the hairy faced creatures of the State Department either Williams College seems to I 1 I

In downtown Manhattan both sexes who for the past applaud their own African efforts cover the problem pretty well

Harlem will always remain In ten or a dozen years have been or shrug away the sweepIng Hefurm cf the electors! college I

my mind as a state where a sweating easily under the Impression gains of Khrushchev whorecently I Is a highly. C'Omllle.1 i i
that were reviving -
litter of life and human dross they assured Mao Tie-tun, subject that needs confrontation and ,E
festers because nobody wantsto the 1920's."Very I "We fully stand for the destruction by the best minds In the
keep them. After 40 blocks omen" says Kelly of Imperialism and Senate and outside The I

past Central Park the city rises "the folk singers of Iwo or capitalism. We do not believe In electoral college is not just a REPAIRINGGUARANTEED 1/

Washington Heights and Harlem more sexes moon-eyed girls the Inevitable. destruction of technical electoral procedureIt I i .

ends. The hill Is topped by with cataract hair-dues clutch capitalism but are doing everything .U stepped' irt politics' II.. I
the vast Episcopalian Cathe- and punish Elizabethan banjos fur this to be accomplished affects th- balance of parlies. !

dral of St. John the Divine and as they relieve I legions of disaster as .oon as pwsatble. the power of Interest groups31v301t I ,
further on the precincts of cold for more than a century WORK
Columbia University with its Mascara. flows like wine." I ,

new modern law school and the The new group." he says "U 1

traggling residence building dancing to the music of strange :JOrt'ClIJI Pick Up and Delivery :

represent a large town in them violins not knowing exactly (/ 3 t .
selves.In why they are In tears but relishing MEYERRADIATOR I

the 2% square miles of every maudlin momenL"Th. Continued from J-n ed the of INTERCOUNTYTELEPHONE
village has always been ( page rtse many SERVICE'
Manhattan Is Harlem!
low and wouldbe denominatiuns. Along
Interest rate; d.rrr.'j
the conformityof
we have the arch type big city a a escape from SYSTEM
American life. But the real perfectly safe. They wouldbe between I ha"s. PHONE WA9-1341
Negro Ghetto. There live over to be redeemed gradually through with which It Mart-4 ....
fonn1sts seem
a million negroes; more negroes DOn- out today You want ....Uon. Whether we are living several I hundred church denominations I I kllaeh. North of

than there are In theMississippi. swamped around to under socialism or communiam we have acquired. Oak ...-.. G._...rpr 1 aE .44. .
to know your way .. ;
The surprising "
Otherwise or some other ".... today there developed
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thing'is that they dolt eiplode. get on the Inside Walt Kelly tasty will be unavoidable. .. called "UM.lu y". what j
It U Just as
They are packed as tight assordine In short, munie-ipol bonds Let. nve make It clear that 1tellies I ,

*. All through the Unit pets It well dig may be the safest Investment In. one Cod and one "CI}' body who wants' aWildcnt, pfeascstantl) up.
ed States I couldn't avoid being And near the night
I .
do that
even today. not mesa < humbled by the Indomitable the ..... there are not other safe In* and homo which insist rL.U> KveryLKxJy who \wants' Skylark please: ; stand up.
tourist leaning.We'll
Harlem patience the of sanitation the negro.Is Lookat appelllng Of the bring Pizza guitars, disdain. cigar vestments municipal, but boncIet I should pUce for kh len this to legtsUl faith -.on.it or cannot ehwrehorgontcation. be Everybody who wants a Riviera, please stand) up.

and living conditions *. buildings as the moat acceptable tat me add. Inclosing
look' like a human midden. And eschew shoe; Toll road bands may beaU that I fed the futuresnaiat '
There ss no segregation here. Well hit a string and numbly right.e a reasonable hers.ins. dVj, rnd sum on. oourogeand l Now that cverybody's standing; let s all 1:0: to the Buick Sports Car I Rally.! ,

but where the standard of living sing. the future, but. MlUmstey setfcvntrol each os onarked S ,

1 U faataaUcalljr low For a Those big sJd black_verse blues. all highways will be free of the ponors of old We do not

'one roamed pay from flat 20 In ta tlarttm SO pounds youcan ThM ..,..w wont be
pet1'WC""U' the man who ..r very esistence but we do '
a BMMt'X you can gat ttw.- Tow bank. show clearly tKafreLgion ,
style of room for 1O to 20 builds up the )ochpo gets In many .* ite prinU- hove other things to face which '

pounds a month In the white. nwch' publicity a* the fellow lire fortra was a kind of 'mogjc" take courage. r..t_ Us Gad wilt

slums oC New Yo.hOver who hMs It. CHANG G There grodwaUy follow h.lp tta to succooil r r ,.

13 per et .* the work TIMtS i :
fore sn Harlem to tisiimplJ'" l- : :

The average income *f. te. WORRIED? NERVOUS : Really .-
people to Iraq than TOO y. *. <**Ia I REAL ESTATESee ... .
which *. .i.h.J Snu3
year ,
la a city Hke New Yak Deer Us For Over Ch8 nEe-of-Ufe?

IS per teat w the negroes InItarVrm ,. Cord Buys mt. lose your al ... c. ..tc.... rebel .

are e. *......I ||M. .*. wkb.pelf. ww......, -.41c'. 11 i U V1f '

s !. they represent. S per soot ,1 ,.tires 4f4) 'ako a ..eeUI wosssa's
.... ''N' seotftcsao'.f.eota. ) K. fsaaaootVeselaMe .

UILOINO. Styli c--..! ** a-
SEE O" CAUL CMOVES ACMgAOE t>osU dread ttww ..osshigfreootaoe ..*.. Iff. a ..aaaa-.>a els1tr .. ,
JOE LEFVRE I 70 rs of sonifoa<4 s>a4a> oiiaxa trf rvlwtor dIM r It W4 i>. a **4vr* to a'e.t. Nile chance to drtr* .....ts.:t. lot a ro .os-f or, A And f tuned t production 34O tip

LEWIS AMBLER alscoas/ert.$ a.44.s aoIrntaJbatsiy foocttooall a.oe4essale lSs ice'.a eoert tOd.... waidn I nth t.AO.g C9rsid Vk deal wah:: a N..d drive. sc old U. 'GtI..t Ift".r,

AT Reims. w.ws M ......... at'I ....-- sing" F.V* -.>...*<.. tf..,.,'i so toes ov 4 We" **:.. 4 b f'4. oc-:9" : the dCOr OAV teat of <.JoHa I-No" p.rfonNIICtNt' -
"test*** fa"* JO Ye-.s TVrrw M a >,.a talwmlelt I.doloet'UaeHomia ce 1.fa.t. f |Ooytona f EUach.V .

ELECTRIC 1 1i AMorUle w5a.r.1w ce l s ......stlY..t.......... --eon.... -t.y-- based eve. u.atrstosotto..& t-laaaoao's alp /.too easts pt, ...(Ykdal .rf at'i 1 d f at'.g4. .h.. /1toII"IMdJ Fbl Wildcat outs.r..J) '__i r .

II MOWUS IL XJtrSKY ..... arf 1--a.. as poo .... I+ all i ea wgac.t .essay staeta. ..
i SERVICE -J-7 We ....... .. IbM y..a .n........'.. I. ......... h.tplash. IuA TCaSt' tOCM. AvftsDhtta lIMA MAU" Alfnr).111AesCA MAUlS tie tall MU.\ : ;W ;
e.4 ... _ne a a1..tiar .. .-..... ..daily NIl s 4
MACH: M. MAXTIM I ." red ........... ...... ..... fad. INa a.... to Wls ..
COMPANY U ,e see awe. tbtesgtt .... nwtf as -- ,... *..1... BARNARD IUKK INC.
_! .5as. ..... A..... = ........ a:. ra.sagos. ,
0.w.AMYTMINOVA7s" ,1Esa ". ...... WA 9-tMI : :::.. o! P.oee.= ,.......... GM.......< tidal N. tRCVARD ARCADIA 'LO iTHE

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T1tE ARCADIAN rtircad1a. Florfda Thursday, January 30, 1964

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grievedto and ou per cent of the collected '
The community,death of Mr. DcSoto County I tax goes, to the State I
Filar of the
BrownviHe NevsMKSVW. Ytallaee\ Holton. Our sympathy (Qws J E NeW Road Department, the: report A WHO TO CALL .

: out to the relative stated. '
Wi'Kir ;!.P2tTC.1us.'S. go ur_; d'HflS. Will Receive Sales tax eoftection have : -
C. E. Coving-
rte Mrs. It. *.. CleveUikU Mrs" ton Mr of and IntManiOWii Mr* were week-! .RAY.i:STHOBLC him with, us aj4 : : gone up sharply for December \ IT Kb' T&9H&Rtf& /
and awn.' Cay and Gasoline Tax IM3 aa compared to the same "TO L

CUveUinCs; : ttiolrut. Mis. Au- 0.cn.J E.visitors Tlsdale.Kuien of. Mr. and Mrs. Map, ';aoal'aia,}! Ppc, .1c non.. vy Uure4i, urucb.; c,.u&y wp
rue iuwMvln et'.Brawenivn-: la'- Hurlock spent Thursday and' .fcuir*( JIfti T.IJQ",,. K/nX .a4? that he. I i. i-av DeSoto County Will,, receive. wee $12.. tu lur u_ jjMuvt' iwiMaj, bunday. night with Margaret Wil- wife o, OMvkHwUee. w"a.; cc- n...... his hone en line Island S23.6O3.12 In state distribution sales tax and. In 1948 for the

h.1Uft. .j*.t'.. UHI, Sum ilAUTl iten 0.M.aat? their. mother Mis.If. w. ...e he ha* baits ealled to of gasoline e&Honage tax same period there was 916- OF DeSOTO COUNTY :
Aah -JfT- spans the dad in 'Tarn Mr. and Mr. Hugh Long of U. Johnson arwr ratniiy pastor the Baptist Church at monies<< it was reported here today 309JM collected, an Increase of X.

pa Solway. Cleveland and Mr.*. F a m I. pending the afternoon herewith Matldcha community,. He will by J. Ed Straghn. director : $3.440.87 SALES and'S 'Rvlci{
Mn aim Mr. Mun ,Aah Sr. Whidden were visitors in the her anu other inernbwis of be greatly missed In Peace of the Florida Revenue t
to People invariably tvrn0
went to Tampa Sunday Commission. .T.he return
the family.
home Sunday. ,
Sonny Ritch River Association in which he ,
watch Sairi. Jc.,race. No trophy monies to the counties is based newspapers for information \
the Friends to hear that
Jlmmie Einnemore ipent are glad ha been very active in all I
this time,. ,but everyone. enjoyed -. weekend in Okeechobee with Mrs. te( ..le Morton was. able phase of the work. But our on two cent on the gallon ranging from the practical arts Advertising Form Equipment''
to the abstract sciences for
a race 4y.Mui old the report stated.
4 Mr. and Mr. John Curlco.Mr to return tu her home in Arcadia Best Wishes go with him and .
:r. end Mr. Trib .Johnsonand Rosalie Dozier and Mr.*. last Thursday after u stay his family for and There were 353,490: gallon ranging from cross-
]Mn and Mr*. Pierce spentSauifcday M.Jdlline* Langford drove to in Sarasota Hospital for ten piness. success hap of gasoline sold and the state work. pussies to comic stripe..The ......._...__.. .............. .lrc....e,, died. ,IMTtRMATtdMAl.mitt a4Umttm. Pecs.:
who .d. Tit. A.wb.
it Can'tbe d
c* .
.in Placid fishing Frostproof Sunday afternoon to. days. She in still spending most collect: seven cents on the guy say 2O7'2" w... ., Oak sr_. m... MaCanaark. T...*... aaJI .-."
and Mrs.Trib done i* usually Interruptedby ... ....._... Ie.._,..s.._ .....;.
Mr. oi 55501.Air
Had picnicing. detail of the her time In bed for E.- Revenue Com" >
attend!. to the of regaining i .. gallon it." Ger- P- .... ._ Oe.1.a' __
Johnson visited Mr*. Mel- funeral nf their aunt. Mr. her; strength but gutting along mraslcn. Taro cents on the gallon someone doing s.d ,.e.1.. d..-wN.f. ...... OI..d.U. .
Ue on Sunday. We are Certain .TaxesDeductible ald K. Young BIakeburtf ((101.) ._ c_. 2n WSSS 0.11 r..aPt.
Svgers .
Minnie Whiden. nicely at the present time. -
w U.Furniture
Seger i is 1.i returned to the county Excelsior.CLEARANCE Conditioning -
to report Mrs. 1
HO\M" home from the hospital Mrand Faye Oaughtrey -, i.- i 1---4_ __s__ ..s1 -.-_ ..._.- -- L.
were bu liies Visitors lit Sur- l
Mr. and Mr. W. IV. i'rit- usota. one day the early part of UNI.AL tltCTIIIC -S.-. Al C_
hen visited with Mr. and Mr. Fort Ogden last week. On U. S. Form .ti._.. ..t* ..d *.rri*.4 b rr A.._.. Stores
J.: {> Jones Sunday afternoon. I 1w..- ....itw* s'_.. 11 WeS O.k.Mel '. .
and 'Mr. and Mr*. Ray treble Taxpayers who itemUe their SALE riM.. WAles .-72.'.
Mr*. Minnie Carter to Punta CoiUu, deductions may deduct certain COMrttTt M.acarf ...-....... .
daughter Sue visited Mr*. drove} Friday stateand local taxes on their M. ...._ ..... M ....'......... ..
James Tlsdale Thursday af- News where they enjoyed a picnicon I ON .. _.._tm Staf*. ... Wa*
the Tiuy, fish just, were not federal income tax return. AwningsCOTICTU Oak Stoaat. rkaaa WAIaat S-7MI..
ternoon. MRS. VERA COLLINSMrs. biting In that vicinity that day. Laurie W. Tomllnaon. district ANNUAL PLANTS Ie
carla Tlsdale spent Sunday S. M. June and Mr. Mr. and Mra. Ralph Morgan director of Internal Revenue, 705' .HOt SURNIININCS.Y: IM.
night with Sue Carter. Jack Crolley spent Sunday with and Mr. Muigsns lather ofHagerstown old today ."..1.., all ......... 4..I l ... Afaaata** a'Witaa1 .Iv k.w.
Wilson Pritchett went to Ft. Some of the taxes which SOc ,and 75e ....,.e.. W.w p .... ..d w .... A5s. .' .M agarataa1 .....-- .- 'tWskI.'s
A. C. Lanier and Md. were here maybe Hama .
Mr. and Mrs. .. ... _.. S. .,..,.. 0.5..1i. Owatk..s
Myer Sunday with a group of family. Saturday a* guest of their deducted! are real estate, Per Package .. c_... -Ye. &0_.'. Owl ,
KFA boy. He went back: Monday Mr. and Mrs. Hal Sullivanand friend" Mr. and Mrs. Ernest personal property gasoline, ,'11.__.W.._.M'_'200 1-4101.W... Oak SOe.. .
night. to..i show, a. calf.. children of St. Petersburgare Brewer who took them on u automobile license drivers license i I Petunias Pansies Prescriptions
Mr. Roalle DozLef i* (pending spending a few day with sight seeing tour of OvSoto and cigarette tax. Larkspur Carnations ..... ..
i a few day,In West Palm tierparents, Mr. and Mr. County anu place of interest State sales taxes are deduc- Bottled Gas ACcu5AT5Lv-.ea..yd". .c..rl..'. SNee.
Beach visiting her daughter. A. C. Lanler. nearby and visited Mr. and tible in the amount paid but Snapdragons .. .e-d.... ew ....... -.w.ce .
Ruth and family: ; also a sister, Mr. ''and .Mr Tyson of Zol-. Mr. Jim Brewer and nun if accurate records: are not kept ,'. 0... ....v. Ml-IO. Wa.t Oak ,
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LINA MIN'S PUlL -'A .e.e.r M. >- VAkwt .2. .
Mrs. Lota Ray Fuller and Mr fo visited Rev. and Mrs. Jessie Walt and Hob during the af- the director' office has an average HOLTZENDORFFlowers t.e.. ..,...... WIN ..... balk _..
Fuller Gilbreath Sunday evening. ternoon. sales tax payment schedule ....._.". C_..... .... .t N. .M
.. .
Mr*...Lovl ..Oovt Mrs Tom Mr. and Mr. Merle Water We. were again glad! tu have which may be used by and Nursery -lien."Y.._ Goe e..h D'S.Set DMMewe.G. Ce.s.-"' JO. Prinfing.
OooUby eC,,N.'
Dove,,. Me., and Mrs.iRaymonCaaely upper guests of Rev. and Mr. friend. Mr. and Mra. Ralph average amount which may, be '12 E. Magnolia WA 8-1431 1 1I _' .
I of Ma*. .Mr*. Dove'sdaughter deducted from their federal income Materials TICS ARCAOtAN tdar.aiedad.<
1- Building
Gilbreath Saturday evening.A Sherman of Peace fiver Ottiat f*......... D.e..d.N. _
and Mr. Casely Sr. ,. surprise birthday party Height with us in our services tax return. = .aaUta &laReadyMixed 4..d..PS... WAo .a-ssee.
visited the Sam.AshIamlly'onMonday. The tax on alcoholic beverages .. .
In honor of Miss 0
? was given Sunday morning. COM". LIMS a. aiMalna. .........
I Is not deductible for fed- .... .. ,. .
Barbara Water Saturday night here a4 .. c. arise e s... ,.
A fish fry war given at the. by Rev. and Mr.*. Gilbreath. Also In our serviceSunday eral Income tax purpose because sal s..H M_ A_. rkaiMwAkrat Concrete
I ..
Prktchetf. ,.* Tuesday nightcelebrating Several I game were played morning were Steve a change In Florida law -2S01. ,

; Mr. W.. W. Fritch and refreshment served to all Koch and Mra. Donald Collier during 1943 retroactively Imposed ..ADT-J...Ixsa COHOITt e..,_
tt* birthday. Those aU. 1d- and baby son Donald Jr. the tax upon the manufacturer fMJ ._... ....sw.A
guest .., .....
Dolomite eIN. .. .
1..1y IS 1..tM..n.
In* were Mr., and Mr*. Ed Mr. and Mr.*. Jerry Drnndal Miss Patricia Bogge of Ft. or distributor and not A... ea...WAa.f 84....
Hurst and children. Paste and visited Mr. and M.... Larry Ogd'n was here Saturday to on the consumer.
Horace and Mrs Essie: FJpp Sunday.A spend the day with her cousins. Director Tomlinson requested 5OaISTlliZiS IM.e. d.1..t.C. Roofing t i
Crouch .
.. d.N.k.N.. ..... N1, Nw..w' _
and' Mr. PrttchetU family. Sunday school witnessing Mr.' and Mrs. Jim Hrewcr and that If .t all practicable tax. /. .. ...._..._ s..... P.._ w.-
.on*. S-4411 WAhMt4.JI. R00e1Ne c....,.....r..tt a _Haia.
Sam Ash Or- waa a aupper use the p..ddrn.ed ar
campaign I I. being held this payers Most faslalne" ... .
/ -. fa..: _.... ..W. ........
guest Friday night ot his .liter week at the Baptist church.A Mrs. Edith William and form which wa sent to them.In ,sf tiftlpwrfvms. rkaa* WA...* *.a.... ,
'and .mlly.Mr. .Jack Koon Homecoming( service wo daughter Mra. Jerry Young the event the name addressor 1 TI?
I of, Punta Gorda.: held at the Church of God last and her two children Wayne social: security number .la Incorrect j t Drugs

W. are very.sorry. to report Sunday. Dinner wa served at and Carlle were up from a line should be drawn TV Soles & Service i iOOMA4.OSOM

Mrs..Ben Neel Sr, i. a patientIn the church. There were quite Ft. Myer Sunday afternoonfor through the Incorrect Item and COM..IITS Baa .! ..... .....-,
._..... ... .__. ..___ __,
the Arcadia General HosptaLtW visitors. A a v':lt with Mra. Williams the proper Information Inserted r- SAaa7al l/.d_ t. M'at.
out of town .
few .. .
b.n lit her this -.M.. .. .. De. Stara. Pt.m MM T.V S fca bWks. lnk
wish her a speedy re- Hymn sing was also held. sister and brother-in-law Mr. Immediately above. Taxpayer WA.... *.|4l. .. Ale" ..... tw
covery. Mr*. Jessie Ollbreath left and Mra. Ray Strobl. are' urged to file their returns Vofrnftat's Day with .e..w .qM C_ ....... ........
.,.N,.. Myrtle Hitch who baa Monday to visit\ relative In Mr. and Mrs. Harold! Garner ear17.AJcooholl.m. .Mine wN..ww- -, ew 5..n....I...Si.... diner.. fT.YJ4..... .
been a patient In the Arcadia Lakeland a few day this made a business trip to Bra- e perfume gift she ExterminatorsTiRMrrt ....... .law -, ..-. ..e4
I General' Hospital came home week. denton Monday of lust week. .la a disease and will treasure z ..- ......, CaM ...... av- ..'f.!e '

Monday but had .to return, the Grady Reid visited his mother Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmie Johnson ranKs with cancer and heart T WA.VIt'-2"1 aat!. Oak DaaaMaaa kaiaa*, a* afcalT Marffa...a..
In 1U destruction of C T. ". CONTROL, 1.e.
I aaMe day. Wa were sorry to Mr.. II. B. Reid Monday and three children of Lur- trouble / VaMr la... tarattfa *a4 M.e .ai.es .*aa* SaMaiaa.,.
hear this and we hope she will after being In the hospital In ida< and Mr. and Mr*. Gordon human life says the Florida '_.2.1.......... AMa..l.. (....d.. P"W A '

t Soon., be home' again, this time Arcadia for several days. Johnson of Arcadia pent Sunday Alcoholic Rehabilitation Pro- ; TransportationService!

for 'good.Mr. << Mr. and Mr. Calvin Stephen afternoon with their mother gram. ferfume
l and Mrs. Pat Whldd.n of and Alvin Stephen were also and grandmother Mr. J. riACt sIv(.- .....-. .... .
colon, Electric Appliances T....aa l .i.. T__ Say
are visiting with Mr. C. .Johnson and
guest In the Reid home.Mr. family returning ...*M.. as ..AM..I "-.
> Benny Hitch and children. and Mr*. Paul HIM and to their respective 1'h'"E spray WAkMtaal.. A :W.,.Naary
\ iVtslUng, Mrs. Myrtle IUUh Mr. Burr 111* were dinner home In the early' evening. .Ofd 7ml6Z-- mists.l eMfS.AL. SitCTII Ana.... Maala.Stara. '
at.the hospital this week was 'guest of Mr*. Iva Crouch Sunday Mr. Ernest brewer drove to ,, is; v yCA'' v l tC P. 11 w... Oak St*.t. Tree SerrlceJ' //
A Mr,,and Mrs. Darger. Mr. and Other visiting, Mr. Winter Haven Monday to attend ? t I II Pbe. WAtont SSI.Office ( ...

' Mrt*, ''W., \W' ,Prltchett. Mrs Crouch on Monday were Mr. an Optometrist meetingto l\/: r. suMCOAtr' Tale scarvtei *.... TMa* )
Sam Ash.* Mrs, Lou rlan.mor.aaddaugtUar.Ann and Mr*. Manson Stalker and receive Instruction to enable "" C.w Every Suppliers -_. -..... --.. .f -"" "
woman ._e, .... --.. --:
!/ and Jutla..1 Mr. Nancy Lake of San Soucl.My her to train teacher In ?I l e.-_ .d le'ywe-
li ,4Mr., and .Mrs. 8am Murphy the schools here, to Improve kra a aof elf corn ALL TOUR etrtci SVPPL'.S SaMv M....4 . tae-.pw; -
this s.. A....... 05.1.. lessee, 1M w_ .-.. ..>.. .Mad HS I ..al*, "
weak. td the Ukcafishing" reading vision.Rev. \ Oak s_. P"-. wa..w '.2141. t. Mrara OX 4-11.3 VaaJal4t, .
past weekend. Alton Mash. of South i 1'' perfume 9'"

,L4. Vivian .Jones of Lake Neighbors"No Side Baptist Church !in Arcadia "Th. man' where wife| pr STUDIO COSMETICS / f .
Wale canto) ,get her KO preached here Sunday snt<< him with trip' \*"!* ran Mrs. Myrtle James
Alen ,Mutphy'uaday. aftllrnoon. morning while our pastor Rev
hardly' believe hi.
owncenruw. Rt. 1 Box 320J WA 8-1258
"I .* Beard wa preaching at South ." ,
.Krh and 'Mtfeud Murphy. I Side. We were glad to have
9 oC' Ort.ft4I the birthla ----.. .
announce ---- -- ------ --------------- /

01, ,son. .The young man .
-weighed 10 Iba. 3 a*. s
i :Mr*. 'Murphy 'waa formerlyDoroth

J'' Maah .of'Arcadia.tKay COMING EVE1JTS1Compiled

Tladale suffered a cut Enjoy I

fool, .Monday a"IOOIhIM! to f A TV even more I '
have" .. few'\ stitch. In It. Hope by the AUrSOTO td

aha, will soon .be up and a- ... ..: .-

(Mr** .Juste. Tlsdale and .. -a in brilliant true to life I I
daughter Carls, Mrs. Waldon \
Tf. al. and Jiidfcr. Fmnemoremojt '
+rd.to Sara. .eta We....*- I don't have my credit ." THURSDAY JANUARY .:SO / :
will cash do71"
plate- -
Carla day. where visited.'Meir, Mn TUdale and Prays. Library. H.....*. 1:30: t. 5:30 P.M. Library BulMtng. '

I '-. _doctor-_ @ [R L LThe Terns t CI..... 7JOO P.M. w.", ."'. Club M.u.a> M.. i

=- Man's. Ba-wllne. (M.rtkaat.l League), :11 P.M, Sewl'-LandAlleys )

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'i''f'O. mcMt Important part of n ,

i ,. '. ;,:h.; t., any major purchase you Public LIII,..,." H....... 1JO t. ft:3O P.M, Lib my S.IMhep, \
It .- .""t-- '. make Is the professional I, Va,i tt Actlwlti. nOO: P..... Yautto. Carter /

: typo service avaUable to .

; 1 : fulfill your nee*!I.*. At (Don ..

aldsons we hIa combin SATURDAY FSBRUARY, t.. .. ... W 5
I h"" exIK, Prone Library. Mur*. UO: teM P.M, Library. Salldlwe. ,
rience in TV, radio and Ye tr. AcllwHr. **. TAO P..... v...,... C.otrTewrU "

stereo aervlce. Make it a Club 7:00: P.M, Weman'* Club Hwie

point to call on ua any time mnnnnnMiiiinTW .,
f ".
of day or night. fJ
Thbecond month. of the year, and the hortr.t. Thenjune In our ahow room Is a wonderful .. .. .
come from a. Latin word mrauinc to purify. Pvbr4utryfwa I aelection of color a."Ic.t l All Cfcvralrce Attewa .... C"*rcl ef reel. C-.*.*:.

I > not<< 'fneimied M a month when llotnulus + and black and! white console (Fe ra ._.'''a LkHlMo. See p... 4. ...,,_ .) ;.

, maxi* the' brit Roman calendar year. Frbruarls a.. the r ? and portable TV sets l1.Dj11 I ii' .C t

' I Ifiunan* called the month was added later by Numa. for your Inspection See MONDAY riSRUARY S ..LMeS
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I placed'] After January until hundreds of yean' .later CMr: TV AreadIe. Oartl.. Club. LrreS'...*). 12 N*... Oare a.Cob. Hs.e. .
j-TeiUruary had :SO.day until the time of Julio Caesar ... lace c._._....... XUO P.M. Aer* Meet.lt>aAreatfla Ram '

Who. } took one clay' off to add to the month of July which Smart Costiemperarjr tableCater Ta>ria4 c..... TO: P.", W_'. Cla>,* stases-h
waa named after him. The emperor Augusta 'hl t k another r f DonaldsonRai.fb&TV TV. r.aturt'"tf new CWy C_*<". T-JO P.M, C ty Mall. -
dajr.off to add to August the month named after a AJL4ahbwle. 1dM0:l -vdt Lad.. e...ll... L..._. TOO P..... Sml| "' .>tf Ailey"Amr4aa. '
et.ioa/Taftwllwiaowlalelr... .
-- Lea;_ ale A..lliry. a A.= P..., L...lea Stall
him.. -- 1 NA 3. kc eoM pe.eYisrL Pieroda Hat.._. Caned, $AO P.M, ANwMy .
:::: M..som rietee el.rri.Tb. .

_aNOAIL T300e ......- e.S.tMNy.nee rlere.eeGWeIidi..1.e
Sa...... br....... It.eeI.e. .. tee__....,---. TUgDAY.ISNIJA/tY 4A.M. .
_____ __. etas Calm. TV c-.....* CMS ...

b.oto National ia ......" 1A4....,. S S J. -..&. 11e.e AUtre. V .fMk..r. ...... SeassCy R... -eo (. tl M**.*..Cea>rt ......
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s"S-I -laANCAOfA.-.- ta.adio Mw.l TIe..-Ca.n.al ..:A u.,.", M_... ,:30 t. aOO P.M, LrVracy Va........

PLO"'D4 mtL Ttvaca M.. Or*. Cl.b, 7M P.M, rreeev. T-...

OF ARCADIA 1 P. Peeab... De.we.bt, Dar :=. ....leM4M.IerdOUON 5.0.55. O.*..* c.... c.... T-JO P.... Pert Oea4txr .

.fMa vLtTABOUT w "apt --... 0. A.7 ..... .... A..Mt."ry. CM: P.M, Vrxif .... Name s
... 8 Midst TV SV Call. ....*. -.-' .... ".MIAL.
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4'i ..,.. .. Depaslt. I..ac. c..u- TM $TAMO a If Otp.mIre.t.r.w. .....
:.:. ,_. :- wee. bay tie ... ..........med mAwr.1Sa' .._ $449.00. ........OAy. ,BRUARY SC
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.......rte elarwet $239.95 Nlte Ll.e.as. A.et.e ...... 1310 ....._ Lt......... ......t""' ..
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TIlE ARCADfAJT. Arcadia, Florida. Thursday January 30, 19C4 7 .B

t More Than 3,000 Felony Cases were not r-epn-i'ht by .c 'urvol \ .

Checked In Judicial Circuit DUIII'I g'h; >'t!.>, :II i* :.; ll,.. ;->-' New! GilletteAdjustable
fire attended fi'1 .", "V'l '!
JIw're.n annual cvv\) >rl front aT eases were 4S and total new
the. o; ,' of State Attor- forma .... fixed were 91 Brand jury ae-sio-rf in scvcncuuntto :
rvpot-r uiBiitkttled
III IWJF/ 'ik Schaub I2th Judicial There were twenty ce ivlctl. !BOA !sitN la* h'' !* rp .
: v ''uiuit. in Bradtonl! ,"' no acquital. the** dUmUnpi "'rl.' SOS of 'tnw a -tt1 1; "
: shows t-.it over 3.000 felonycompia and eight pond.. fr.r\vord Rem rut! aif 'h- I.I
-its. were investigated in Aa a direct result of the d<<- t.itc> and the r>ff.?:- ;:it'a: .1!
ei 1993. 1 I 12th Judicial Ctr.uitu.liKli ri lon handed dew by the US. :JCu suits intn.< l...cal .,.ht ci.u Hits.! DeHot.i" Supreme' Court In Utd.., v s. t
Cilado. .K! :,dr\, Collier, Cau ; ;- W..ll\writ.ht.- attorney' office jr.VuW{ A
>:tte. I Sarasota and Manatee rece w l MO petltkma for and 'trnge! ben' etlts" act lor tn ..,.
>. an,- -be 1 state's attorney h*. r(w ....... ft>r mutates ot DM f"(>r Anaerte al.elwarkarsclimbed fast matth ,
f,.i r" .Int> state attorney. State PrlMNi team' the eight frontan awrace uf' !
J.-hn V rroadwc.l lit. EmmetB countiea of elM dirtying lust $2.72: an hour in IMA to an ev- .w
A it-100 WUUIU1C.. of there prisoners had t>*>'n rnrr! of S4.IS in IJMW. a ft> per ''
Strode '1 George Vega. Jr. prov iuu.ly eaieiviead. while they .5...,it r.uNe. I 'h"v:>>
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In D -ota there were eleventotal I

., p. :tons for retrial Hl.a
J FS lour txions' domed, Ua.d'\\. ,: .a
N lions;, ":cited, one cnny I lit1;. : .'
no acq !t-4.! lb sand .-.- dbl1,, '' 'r. .
(h i a.scN "'''11..... That I I ( eo ,
that; n ...-. of 1 ,',1.'-f wr 42 '
and t< new .'run m ilum-, |1 I t. ,:
filed w !i The .o il luimbor. I //A /:) ; .
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REMOVEWARTS tikth ",vi&ta1 Tile utVttlt vI '. .

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Amazing C'nmponnil I.ii.aolreaCommon I ,,, M.l,Vr ::
\Vrta Away Bat 'lCa.tl .r" :
Without Cutting or Iturnlntf ,"AAY"" cGNO c;. slat
Doctor warn picking' or wrnU-h* ,- "'.,,,"tcfllO .
Ing at wiirt nxty CUUM lilr_linir.preMdiiv IA" ,.u I
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? (Now aniMting. i.om!
pound f'O'Ju.f"'c..lnt.. warts.j ".' ..tinHfc
((1 wit ro>M their' t-t-llA.,actually m Mt*
warts aw.i> without cutting: urburninK ,;. wU..
I'ninlwH, colorlMi* s'ts6staM
CTomimuiwI W, IIMM! m,% .h...........1. .,-..'" ''fit ". ., Tt1tt .. :
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---': A<< removes vninvn w.bt safely. ( 4r: .,\ ,
afT ctivfl>. .IUMVVM. n'' ugly Main .
MARINE COMMANDANT IN TilE FJELDpart of his one-day (Jan. 13) visit to the Kancohe .:.
General Wallace. Greene Jr.. commandant. of the Marine Corps Air Station viewing brigade infantrymen1 I! -- ;0

Marine\ Corttsrgets> the feel of an MGO\ ( machlnt.gun training in the field! on the Island of Mc>- i P-- e.a -- ni S .
while he talk --'-'shop with Pfc. L. D. Knowles. a lokai. Jfo- Knowles. is the son of Mr. Olen W. I S WEST INDIES sr

machine runner with "C" Company. First Battalion Knowles. Arcadia. Fla.. and Mrs.\ Kathryn Knowle* ;j i FAMILY i i
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Fourth Marine Regiment. The commandant spent of Manatee Fla.-(Official Marine Corp Photo) :' \
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I News From Fort WinderMRS. More Winter 1 1 .guests tool Per Person douWo. occupancy "."

but not )
Visitors Itrlght tasting

EVA YOUNG visiting/ Mr. and :Mrs. Dick,. son of Cinclnnattl. Ohio are I harp, Krttft t'rmck la the I DAYS, INCLUDES 'COMPLETE AlFASU'AM S to
and Mrs. Albert Thnrn- Jones and a ,on. that trtrytxHit' l likm- I SUMPTUOUS'rua,COURSE DINXIXSC
Mr. daughter of Bunkerand here' spending several days at Registered ,
I kids and! grow,-uls| too.ll'a 1 1I :
ton sPent.Tuesday In Ft. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson their lodge the .
far anti l .f
with their son and family Mr. and child. of Owens) Mrs. Kate Smoke of Crystalniv.r The following Winter viii- I favorite! away 1 ,1

and Mrs. Ralph Hamilton. Saturday afternoon.Mr. is. visiting her nephewand toes to Arcadia have registered 1 ,.
Mrs. Evelyn Barn we 11 were .
arid Mrs. Lester 11111 of his, family Mr. and Mrs. with the DeSnto County Chamber v'- -

-- Ft. Myers and Mr.' and Mrs. J. A. Daugrttrry and childrenfor of Commerce nine Jan I: a' CLUB w
Fred S. Azure. Fruld. Mon- t. HOTEL & COUNTRY
Johnson and
Harry childrenof
a few days. '" s
tana Hrv. Hubert Lee Dyrd. i -'
: Jamaica.
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RELIEF FROMHEADACHE I Owens and Mr.' and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dirk Hartman Stuerta Draft. Virginia: ri.i .Mal Runaway Bay. Unlimited.
Hilly Young and children of spent Wednesday In Sarasota ref to.:. Nof.krr. LeecMXirg.Mur-I.: Only 40.mMe* from MsIN..K free c.|| >J
: PAIN i 1 r .. ...... 4t
|: Ft. Ogden rlslted Mr. and Mrs. on business. Evan rriedell. Vlroquen Wl., I ..Its yew T..a.. _. JACK MUOKN C-.y cH- '4twat
William M. Mitchell Oilcandec. :
STANBACX gives rot FAST relief Anel Young Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Josie Crouton of Engh Ohio; M.... Jo* Levis Knot 1 is ra I whAt end I. ...... rt"" Laee..Ata Cw -
from pains of headache, neuralgia. I I and Mrs. Dick Hartman wood is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pa.: Mid Esther LevU KIMIX, Beustae hr 1 rata ......... .....,.t N/
neuritis,end minor puns of arthritis, returned<< home Monday\. afternoon .... .. ., ...
.. Imattt
Hiaumatlsm. Btca *e STAN BACK <, after visiting their daughter J. A. Daughtrey and daugh t'u.: C. C Windsor MinroU, U e.A. wu ANO SctuavTwha OI VSCS shoo Wrf Ommmm 81. !ears
contains several mcdically-approvetj and her family Mr. and Mo; T. O. llaru WilUvllle, I'r
IHAVtt AOtNT.4 ... :
ten.Mr. ME YOU
and prescribed ingredients rr fast rod INfOAMATION ON
Mrs. Tony Maatro of Toledo Stanley Nicholson Is on Mo.R.
relief. take SfANBACK witH |I 14. OUrn Threw Lake. -===: "
you can Ohio and other relatives. They the sick list this. work. IItrl.nd. I IWU. L_sue r- ;
confidinca. Satisfaction fuaranttrdl I .; Grace A. llaricr. Chat* 'Iauq. _ __ _. l
|, were Hone five weeks.Mr. wish him a speedy recovery. '
s,*ecsc a..' and Air*. J. H. Smith, ..... Pownat.... Nt-,,.Y.: Henry"W. II.J. IU SeUerUKogle ..*en. -s-*> ...-"*.. i.. ... Mlhr Il r 1.w ).
y.n.t .ny I 1 were In Ft. Myers Sunday attending MI'. and Mrs. Dill Darnwell Yet.; e f'
p.q..atwn.r ... sroe. the Rodeo. and netty were in anrawtaone Illvw Wta.: Mel Armntrunc. Ml
Selbj. Ontario Canada
..earthra Mr and Mrs. Kat MoCloodwor day last week They went ; w
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ninwtl II MMcley. I. e-tMirit&> ,
+ awl ]; in Puny Gorda on bus- to visit .,... Makome Fort"" who ..
Inrl. Henry flunk
Inc \ was a patient In the Memorial'
Mi and Mrs. Dwight' Thnmp- Hoapltoti Iowa; WtUHim/ K- }}take N+.- ..
ton. PaI i
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asrr w. .. _.._ l..... '.... .tee' .. Ilan ass. .' -.Y a. acre rent A M. lit ..w..:.. ___
car at low msmrjrsfr le4.fe NalUawiI- lUatl. rate. ,.. Mrr* r Mf4,ral4a? eaaA to I.. H|, aa4 Iyaro t a yr- M ... ..*-., .* jona .. ...... i a j ere .. w -- war psf-. w. ....+
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& moellkly. elf_...L9 MaW 1..w /I. <<'tI.aWi.. ,.. May ..JU..IM' ,

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Get the rash yew seed. r. TMr ear I. a .W"I7' h' e1api.g .la .... ire. ............ for preespt.esurtewteus I Cot JTHE

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ROLL 10c Fresh Sliced FR1J.ZE 1P (IAl
; :J '" Pork Steaks TRADE WINDS ..'
CUT-BITE : ft. i 4.10 oL 1
Wox Paper' 'a 4:125 ,_ $1'v 'Fish Sticksf 4 ,"91. ,:.

: ASSORTED ScoIIie1 COLORS;;..* ? J} 4 80..00.. $1. lb.. 39 t MORTON FROZEN: : "' .E_1+a'tg!1
; DinnersY.. .
f .!it _. ; ''''' c -.; -
ft \ f 5 Rolls $1 MORTON FROZEN or' \ rfl
x SCIIT..Is. rr For Stewing i Pies: ti2.fr'l s t. For$
$ ? ,' SCOTt PAPER :,. red g ,. ; !.
r 60 4
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;4 w \ <:< egetables ..... M!_ V.gitables Pkg !-I .7

Eva Melk 8 T.n $ $j lb. I. \
p. I I.G.A': c.nl. -.t{
....: BREAD I.GJI'. OVEN FRESH 7 !L:t4.0$1'
1 k Bag Soap'W""y'," 39C'
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Mornlr. Frfsh Lamb f-!;<
5 1 Pride ij

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_,. I .,.:t:).." ", '.: ",;,.-, Breasts Ib. 19c ./ ..):
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: e ,- Shoulder Chops Ib.59c [14 to .I6 Ib: :
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FRYER PARTS 4 If Shoulder Roast Ib.39c G
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f Breasts Jb; 59c ... ,Slice. Ilcl. \.. n55 l):
3. r !ft' 'I .... Legs 1b.49c ,,,, h )'. Smoked.Pork 1 ..:,- o ps C.nt.r.on'.lI'Cut .n..79 c: :ABLE iIi] C Ici-L: ) J ,4:g I Ib..;:J ""I:

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SHORTENING- FUNCH BLACK t"1:: .1 ___ .. r
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I I W/ 'eans r ,, .,. c.300.. $1. .-.; "\.. \00 "i't tI!t -_ _
Tomato Juice 1.61. 3 44.a, 89c TABLERITF. 'GRADE A FLORIDA
Wafers r 39c : n: ..5 9 c'Culce
Lty n 0._ .. J.arge EIgSJIdoi >
Peas or C:'c'f.'f.Gv"", t 7 c.103.. .$1. .

Kidney Bens ? c 29cr 3' B I ue Bonneti9.f, ,. 1",,': $J.
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Apple' Sauce' W'1a-. 6 c... $,. Alfte canBi9120LP1'9.lSCUI-t S ..!.w.n-,' }c. 9c c

Sweep Peas = 6 303 .$,. S.Iss. .

a'i ; ; "r Green leans,. c.le4I'S 3 e .'1. l ilrn.nt0 39 c LIPTON TEA 39c

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