The Arcadian
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Title: The Arcadian
Uniform Title: Arcadian (Arcadia, Fla.)
DeSoto sun herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: DeSoto County Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Arcadia DeSoto County Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 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
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lccn - sn 95047230
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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Republican National and State Award Winning Newspaper

16 Pages 10 CENTS Arcadia Florida Thursday. October 29. 1964 Volume XLI. No. 5


I DeSoto County Get Set For I With Our ,tfLArsttISTORVTinsley'sNewlGAStore:

General Election Here Tues.DeSoto r r .

r, .y ,
: Anniversary Oct. 31stHalloween

County b l readying urea represent a 35.4 per cent Those who do not have

for the general election Tue- increase In GOP registrationswhile transportation to the poles may ,
day Nov. and the ballot that Democratic registrations contact Mildred Morgan Cam. r Day Oct 31. Is their old building on Orangeand
the anniversary of Tinley'slIA Magnolia 'In 139
palgn chairman in DeSoto by the
faces the public is one of the jumped 21.3 per cent.
largest in many years despitethe In DeSoto the total register County for Lyndon B. Johnson store. In their new bullrlIng. senior W. B. Tinsley Gerald;
suit The Arcadian'
fact that on the county ed are 5.O74 voters 4aH of at WA 8.4581 l extends present owner. and son of thelound..r.
which Democrats 114 He.publlcana Clerk and Inspector for ?rl this column as a way of "7. entered the business
level all candidae are unop are
i, : 'L1 Ing: "C n.ratul.Uon.r"n. after graduating'' from FloridaSouthern
posed. and 4 Independents. the County fifteen precinct : L
Le4 new store with POOO
Voters, however, must make In the State of Florida the are as, follows: College, following.his
their mark on the ballot for only contested office are for (Continued on page 4.A) + w.: yt S'' square feet of fluor space' la a discharge from the Navy InUnder
; .tr fir 1100.000 1 facility opened for ...e.
aU even if they are unopposed Governor and for United
business on this date' last his
management the
to legally elect them. Slates Senator with Hsydon
Florida's voter registration Burns. Democrat against Republican .", C of C Manager + year It has HO foot frontageand store has moved to the pr*.
has reached an all.time high Charles It. Holleyfor blacktopped parking space sent .location and I la the. !latest
encugh to accommodate 73: In modern fond .tore., with
with 2.500,468 citizens eligibleto Governor and incumbent Resigns
cast ballots In the November Spesaard ,L. Holland. Demo ji: ,1' i)7# ,, $ C cart 1)rive.in entrance to the over 1M feet' of refrigerated
parking lot opens on Orange Tina"
general election, according crat. against Claude R. Kirk. Charlotte Job space. ,* carry the beat
week for the U. S. + and Monroe avenue and on brand named fond, canned.
to figures released this Jr. Republican .
John H. Daniels, managerof Magnolia street.Tinsley' frown or' freib. Courteous and
Senate. All other candidate Instate
from the office of Tom Adams
the DeSoto County Chamber w a s founded at helpful employee: are) alwayson
Secretary This of State. Increaseof ed. and counQunoppoa. of Commerce announced 1 .w t r u r+ / F ,r +rf T + lei 1 ,. hand to help shopper a',
represents I
today that be baa tendered his I
they roan through the
nearly one.hall million 13 amendmens to the Florida ipaa.
resignation to the Chamberof 'lou
since the 1980 general election. State Constitution face voter, Commerce effective Nov CAP Group Elect The
Ttnaley FUwtllnar has
Adams pointed out. a resume of which was car.
Of the total 2.0O8.782 are ried In The Arcadian In the IS.Mr. Minister As the been a member of the fnde
Daniels has accepted a '
Democrats and 438.1S4 are Hepublicans. September' If"and 24 Issue. A pendent Grocer Association
ballot be position aa Director of th* Cadet Comm fur led past II year agroup
There are also 33. sample can seen on Charlotte County Development n.ft. .

34* ,Independents. These fig.Educators"Ofcvy- page Voter ft.C of this asked Issue.to check CommUalon and In his stat*. Heavy linen in the map how the 49 been pplJ.nl fur and Hoard of Dirrct who bend of independent.together .. men,.keen

their registration are card and be ment to The Arcadian said iuare milea* to he lif'n-ecl''lt. l : the fur ,arabci&T named for this. I Depart>> down rostaof wholeeat? lead

,'aura,of.,Oha.. .praci***.4A.chica.,"ttltt.hM resignation was ,"a'yn.tter" ', Nocate' .KlrI.- > nar1m.nt ...hen' they ntenf 1*,J.M" 'd tnI[...,, +? lplta Q.VJI1I b.u'. h11. ?1.1 ynlinweq om ....\4.*n J ifcJajr .. '.
they are .to-..ot. to,.avoid a.. vt'money.aa"tp.: Job 'bet'ohle Tully or ranlSeJr:Charter-haaNocatee '''. ,
offered was too .-s.to turn ... -
Schools fusion. Those that sue able are [
State down. '
: requested to vote early as a Education Trading Stamp
Dsnicls has been with theDeSoto WeekProclaimed
Amendments heavy turnout Is expected Chamber about tenrnontna
Tuesday. Fire Dept. Drive Slated by
and instituted,
... _. naa
'The DeSoto County School: quite a few change In that By Church of God
Board and Superintendent of organisation. Since assuming
Armory Sponsor
Public Instruction Hugh Flanders managership the C of 'c of- To Own .
Buy Equipment Mayor Spear Rev, D. U Franklin, of led
flee have been moved from,
joined this week with Wrestling Bouts Arcadia. Church of Uod. '*..
the Florida Education Association their old quarter at City hall 1t..hk.UcJft I'ays Dividend' ......DnNt today that the young<<

Board of Directors In Here Friday p.m. to the ACU building In mid. l. th* them ,twr the wok .lung people of In* cnurch will.

endorsing unanimously five of A slate of will town Arcadia reorganisationand Plans for the Norstee 1'Ite a parmaitrnt slat' nt officer* American education Week ah.' )launch a trading stamp urv*
top wrestler .
the constitutional amendments consolidation' of Cha.mbft'ual" Departm nt moved a step will aUt be electedlUchard *.u that will appear. on the ballot g be:00 QR.be at card the Friday Arcadia Bight National have been made city directory .. closet to realisation last Mon Cobb. acting' aresi. II. IMAmerWan. ,.,.. young I people will.. bo
p-irt. at strat
Nov. 3. signs Installed day night when .Interested dent of taw group re| urted JUIuratlon Weak seeking, mntrfbutlnna. of '(CTotd
The educators also vigorous.Iy announced Guard her Armory' today,by It Lxi was. glc points, and many other In. CltUens met at the Marshes that many. panda anJ deep was liuugrtad In 111 by Hand Top Vaht and II f|

opposed Am..ndmen No. four: novations begun. Civic' Club building to die. well In the 4V square. miles. |lbs N.(...... .sMlueatlon. Asses trading. ataanc for the** }eel
which could authorize spend. ter (Blackie) Mill promoterarid -I have enjoyed my stay In CUB fire department pro. t* b* serviced. by the. ,.....1.. ..'lot. earl the American l<*, .. low teasers by January. 31.l .

Ing for other purposes monies local State b.rber.tlorlds Bob DeSoto County Daniels. said. blent tn a -put up or shut Fir n....<<-.. are a* strai*. (ion Nj rail puoila atienllanM ...... .......... ...... .., law

given to the State of Florida Champion and I've worked with many up" basis gleelly located that they can the aMpwranc. .4 e.lu.alion .ur.h ............... r,4. .
School Fund for Wood of Ft .flyers weighingIn fine people. her. I leave withregret" .
The department' was first be-. sure af adequate water sup. In a dnctey sash is r* Sump outer wen Ibsen.
will with
the exclusive use of public at 228 pounds, tag orgsnlied under a, Civie Club. ply' when they get. .....,. rnulo. an,, Q.h causes thai geared ." D. It p'.. listed will be forwarded laCnunh
schools. Jim Keadle. 15. a Ft. Myerspoliceman. William. (Dill)) Channel" County Commiasiwn-Qvlt D.. mesh .a-u.. ,..,.., l<. a very large tar frf the fleet I*.e.bjrtf Ian of <3o,| Horn. for Call'
Ksadl will than
Endorsed were amendments with. Th' German Angel. president of the DeSoto Chamber tense set"up. and has been Mante. alredsy pledged. forth ........"''''' _,..,sand ropes./., Church, .has been appoint**! Aran In ......r.'.... Tenn.
two. three five, aix and thir.; tag of ec.nme..id that waiting approval by, Civil' support .. the new o.prt- _bud' the M. .. t>Jic. u.'al... Omuaaajter *f Carteta andMorsl
teen an having to do wttfc: 2OO pounds' from Marburg.Germany at present the Chamber had IH't b.; rvU. stdequipment meet atnouita to map>r rtMilmat .*..ia.i.| wL |IIJIi.......... Celt" Leadertnlp, clime I* the
state schools and their support.In The German in turn no replacement for Den.... but which to bave I Iy lajDoo with" wtitrh the llsr'areptawad TeachersUvcam A*'aala &..".. \U .-........ It
wtll take. on Ruben Waktron.1M that by the time the. resignation wee DHS
these amendment Band Holds
endorsing from Chicago.Dot been donated by that _..ni. ar+mp, afterreiving their 'At-W SWUMSM** In ItKTl Was tepatted today*
*. Flanders and the Board pounds become affective be hopeks satins. However with the ad. Charter'. ran. masse. a *>vw. pay. ass 14'. rep* would Dobaon. formerly Stat here several name to pre. lug. ....... Concert Here
agreed that the rulings ......uH' vent erf several hurricane d*. mnt en the equipment. ( the twines toe lath .. pointed .7 by Cut.Jce .
really effect DeSoto achuoU. Champion woman a seat to the o.bt'r.Methodist mending prtaxity,. attention of rt to be financed .totally avera la. seven dajrs preside'. a won << K..'....... *( .raauta< anti

Amendment two which deals native of Ilsrde County will Civil Dtfenac, a. arUwa .n pevlad. ., tlfeII smut >pt>c>rtu. .uty( tot slMau. C..l. lotto CXrwd. Areadl CAt Sat Morning !
with a longer tern for the return to th* ring by rroust' rmursts. have been taken.TH was th* **lnlan of thestump tale eunwnujuiy lalatesl In *.ffelMg at s meeting at Ih* V..ask .
Board *f Control. was urged to match with aw.csnenWonde Slate thai taw tlaoo pl'.dadCaallnwd divtffcitted .hemming tee Center.' The' DeSelo lllgnbond SchusS'. \
Lee of Onto.nefere Else In 14.ate
because it would strengthen recent ( an peg 4>A> .li.. to neltf' weiglibaf ann f,1thaw This .. IHe Bwglnninc- af the will present M its. ....
public educstion 'at the uni. will be Don Scott. Revival Service that completely destroyed the h __ ,._ __. l .ltU. .a.. ts.W'*... edutauanal .. Arcadia C vU Air PalroTa. Me. tert lUlurday. mrain al 10:aaxa
unity level.Number .. wen known wrestler and oro.mo Tynrr .team sharply...pviaiUdup ... p,u.ram. and y.Ui and year end a tae* nb..r.Hip ","'n. under In.. -t,.* of know.
three lengthens the time limits for earmarking sno. e* are under the sponsorship fire 1 pr eetliH. In that area, FHA Girls To bWesod. and W....adMtganang ant **uur member Ca. today.liua. -

tor vehicle taa for schools. of the Arcadia National Guard". and at Monday night's .meet. .U...., .. ,....- eapeausa a, des H*.k H.,. a4 gluts. mass .U IK* firs dowmlewo, a
This give money. I* schools unit. tat Ua > resider d a* Hold Annual parents. leaciMrs, bual.a ... between. 13 and 14 year .....,...* ef Din band Stile

toe capital outlay only and on their wn and potherh., anew <.., a...**. and Ih. ffvCe a* ape. yr and a large crowd la e..
will tncnas the. number of pumper" and tanker David UNICEF Drive sows U. Kelp youth. sad .. ,.' Mediate. are Held weakly ........ TH band bee mr
buildings .la each achool) ass Rotarians Hear llalhMnan,..atla. (**y for Owe ra nu. Ui* ...,...... ciliate al She Yvutn Cnt. at 7:ao than doubted .in *U* and '1* .*.

triet aa ......... group, will these thwwrready Fwuu lkm| tu>_are ., .... may I*) snatatal..Mr..l. and all. J*>tere..*. are urged dr In. morals. ,dtoeetiaa,jMr ,.< .
Other entendraenta support Girl Scout Head nweiinaset In. time far N fr... in l e*at a-rmt tn* Aaer.ea .** MM UHbKwtii Il1absehiml Mat the *awveaM. >. somber. ., I* ......... Jaraa .._It. '

ed by State and County groups' .. again UU. year ............ and .* braaden adult '
are amendments five. and sia en Camp Project Civic Club -trek **. tnreai" far 11'''(...... be. ... edwatd....es.
which would give the peopled ltotacbs. Tuaadajr I hosed A mew i.aung caMtmlMe w.. ........... t. report frm CM. Daily lean. far Aserle.sfdwatme KiwisA .wlSp..kPuad.SiisHT. 4.

certain' couatiea the.. artv*. Mrs.. Mutn Jk Oye*. .-*"'* elected *. Hv a 1M. .. aisias* taw .be..rlpwery. '. fllA ales. Week lee* .4 dacidiag by ........ dtrasjtar e*+ the GuM Cans for the f rmal Hoard *f DIr br. FltA members. .tll danHalU Pals Lsrid. .sde".

des wHetHer ar sni .* aepaint Gad Scout Caunrll.. spell out attars I* b* toad es at the ..a .*.>_*< a4 eat .. Nv. g In Setter Start Shy Ev... H.nn
*uperte1ndrt.Aanendateat ..it _. ......... ..."-"- .
a eauavty a.Una. ... smliaisa' r : tH* I** an ba iM. tn Areadl mod th. Itia.A. ILIeIMOaMawr. << \
thirteen which acne taw lead the. c-u owsrw ewnty. In a drive l*> rate .,, Wv 1 In ....**..
a-. M ..a.a.uts. ct7.W Pose an.rr. Ase.daa.IWa. far this wortlty ed Kamia. 4 Sweet TW Kiwj. CUd will. kick KJwanl Chub tee IH. mead ar.IgjaeJ .
_.,mead the ......... .- McEbM maid out is "Sighting In" ftaney VNICCF staada. Ice UMtadNaUusM Tn*.s.,. *..." !. .. InWedawaday .Peters.Si *ff than aanual ff.......*.. nail uainx. *.aiwn. afUMn I
byaHttUa. its party fur .tvlof,.,. af Delia .bays and glrU. A pl*.
KaempUen *; ep.tamable the ....t two' d GIrc. :yeses CkiMren'a Fnd and.. VMltilhrieot ..
pl.eataee frees sere .. tse0. the c-.cd gigot he put. isssce Day Set for Gun tat. ...... saCeetad. p* b. Ifc* ft**, iI| .4n Bead. (.--" wn. a bu. *. ...st..Vpa.M .....".* tarots.bubbfs.atms> i
lUtardar (Jet >1.t a'e'M baawM bslloaai .
for achosU .. ,'.. and tan last, luwInd
.. .
.......- deBae..l r aswMMst gaa saAfijMvn .tMMre m nuamaJMpTHray ,
the a*_t MOO would be ea. t-a.-, maid ,slaw o. Club at Range may eausdte* that tae sub W.r. tl -*.In Ka.tfanal pas M waa saanuasiladajr. < sax test mail mop other.

-.c. her Haaalready :West a reed. ate a 7.aI---- gIit Diem te asaiMwUtUa*. d>araa* Ksaasant:, .. Ur....* .eMflaMMan feature *.a In.stae
.....-.. w ........... d .... -- D.lld. Less. .. mill Hav. and tUlUaryWrw r'....'. few. JJ .ft* b.tLfCa TIN rs.u..d sbildrei. Willswabs. far bath. y-d and eM.Haf .
:: =: *4 the )4.M.sdial *aHa..*nls wad H.* servedlat
.... Mr emnrt octie a tbaaee is .... tHuHuao* .**- an the sakiest MThe aww/ti.. '
.. a wtab.re rabic.wfrmader REV. D. A. DUCK .......... aa*) files "...H<.. A'......... Miss ____... ..a._. ..... 1* .. ....... bards an CMa ....**Sand. pas.iii. aa efcikn-e .Hnda.] and
... p.rse.alIsisih. Nees ...... .-...N.r *H..*' public' latnvtled to b*
pel. mg'raeatar' be W aa e..aus bragaes sacey .cote.: s
DeSoto County mgare... W sues, ....... "... fate Rsmtrrfi.Me' See ...nab S .t>W SIed. hose. 'SJ1fczr" ..n.ad.. Kay" .# r. r. as*.e. ft* kaaavU Heel .Case Iris .... iMmcilrs aeeean. and ea>ay tH* fun The
bwoesw..a a1e. The Creep bus ekes win b* beM at the. Trtn.My aday bv .L L. Larry) r.-. deem lave aa tae alu. .*> fill dea.ess .. .. g.-..aj the. Hfstimnal F..*.,.*n .n.. ......... *WfMsri*>*a| andtj Carnival i I. bear. .bad In .. .

Residents Buy' a1. _. pad Pace the lee see Mettiiedist O.a* % aa Ar some a* IH! Da**** OM CI H.TH -,. Mee. flirt. ... tat try Isl. sari 3..u./ .......... HUJnver Petrel ar. *.. )untin wit* UV* Waat '**>.

.. gwma J .ac -m. w.... s.wpbMr ...... letsrtds. hoe. ..... iM4, On aliaHI.+.d .a day laa* 13... at. .**. with *Vg .tme s4le.r ...... $saar1is .*ata. t9 .baad. IH* ......... All messy ?.1 A.Weather.
Savings Bonds -Cs---I V"y .U -..-..... .... ... win H* Saturday.. and Swaday.Oet. alit aa aradveuea, .. cltfajma a** a* Ambles) ra>*.*fea sWank .Mldr**> ace .ay...*ad. l*. aavIt -

gradbi t law ... .. M a heed a> i Is Aix and t:,,_ Jl and Pee, t, M tar Ou* a ..sgmd mw.LThe tfi* aeoe-t. *m afm, reed. p., Iw .........
ei-tT ........ ...... u-e aw. agti..t the ,..... P M and an west day at C3sb'f rayge nasf jaw.. ntA suskere .elf doe rlllx.AxAtlcnl; Ha. bees suggested tHat R.pertCaw4Mlr
chased woe. atsee M t: aed H The o.w c..e asrt Caw. !. Alt **>d *4. T .. *M. Per Tams lfci.... E.ssmacee sell. el "tent tar taeaas' la.m Awewrms Zd*arMs We**) ss Ill aafeai* latiaw the ........
...... beds lea Ohs osw.t tai r esa-ser.d eK LItlnIm D. td A. Dwm. D *rwt Sw...r .......... maid Seead.m/. Pis 7. ..emb1 .1I/IttI7.. trYlq btgi, P............ Se M -....-... an hot and U>a.. with /a L. ( WAFO MaDAI ..... ,

s.esem.b.r. N sue f..3aeWare. atH.wdry. L.-... CTrbHo : .. ..... .1.. the w........ Des.ter m wOi *a*. be ...ahr ....... 0., .. ".... M 1 .... tech S.snPbmld a ....... sad tai. dam. !... amatt .* at**** a* IH. IfigJb Leo. Aabg..
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I-: :& THE ARCADIAN Arcadia,. Florid TKfin'da7, OdioBer 29. 1964

''I cHrf-cHAT II''I Will Dr. and Attend Mrs.Concert Gordon in McS\vain Illinois I News oUflWipiii: I

1 SMUt U Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Me. Ausley. left there Thursday, ,
g.c Swain, Accompanied by their by train for Chicago IU. Af. -

daughter Mrs. Calvin Martin, tar a days stay there, they Christmas Cards OJE1964 Wall Be of Marion Platt Family
left Wednesday for Tallahas- went on to Peoria 111., for a I Reunion I I
Gordon Rails Student of Theological Seminary see. There they visited an. visit with their daugher and Informal{ With Point
James Gordon Kails, son of Lois and J. C. Rails, 431 other daughter and family Mr. sister! Mrs. R. W. Brandies, Sayings Last Sunday at Breezy

North Lee Avenue, la enrolled as a Senior Year.ettudent and Mrs. Duboae Ausley, left Dr. Brandies and family. Cline Platt
Mrs. of Wau
in Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore Kentucky their car there and with Mrs. While in Peoria. they wiU.0t- -Members of the Marion/Platt and
chufa tub of
their 39th annual ; a big sweet corn
in a course of study leading to the Bachelor\ of Divinity \end the Peoria Symphony : li4 family reunion bad Sunday. Oct. 25th at was furnished and boiled "on
where daughter Lew McSwain
,degree. Miss the cob", just before time I
Worley Brandies, will be guest soloist .. the Fannie Platt cottage. Breezy to
Gordon is a graduate of DeSoto County High School pLaying the First Concerto : '----- Point. Lake June n' Winter. .eat. by Mc, and Mrs. Thad

and Asbury College, VVilmore, Kentucky. Engaged to Serg'l. Rachmaninoff. : Mr .and Mrs. Bill Platt of St. ,Whidden of Fahokee. As usual

Upon completion of his studies he plans to engage They will all return home Petersburg greeted guests as the eats at one of these
in the pastoral ministry. J. D. Finley the last of next week. they arrived.Each reunions are really ,something! 4 s

Total enrollment for the Fall Quarter at, the Seminary family carried a basket Among the regular attendants ."
is 276. The student body represents 35 states and four Mr. and Mrs. Paul Worleyare lunch. Barbecued pork for the unable to attend were
foreign countries. this week announcing the Mrs. Mattison group was furnished by Mr. Mrs .Fannie Platt Oklawaha
engagement of their daughter, family of DelBay Mizelle re.
Asbury Theological Seminary is a graduate school Sandra Jean., to John D. Flo. candy suffered a light stroke
of theology, fully accredited by the American Associa Icy son of the Jate Mr.. and Honored At I Return From Mr.. and Mrs. Ruel Platt and;
tion of Theological Schools and the American Association Mrs. Carry Finley of Metu- family of Dade City.
Church MeetingMrs.
of Schools of Religious Education. Graduates chen New Jersey., : Five Weeks Trip Harley" Watson, Arcadia, the

serve 43 church denominations in 4$ states and the I Miss Worley was born and W. L. Mattlson was Mr. and Mr. Harlan Fowler newest member adopted by the

District of Columbia and in 42 foreign countries.The reared in DeSoto County. She presented an Honorary Life returned home Sunday, Platt clan, was asked to give

Russell Girl. In New York graduated from DeSoto coun-I I I Membership .in the Women of I II N- from a five weeks trip, spending I the Invocation before the
Anna and Elizabeth Russell!' are spending two months ty High School In $ the Church at the Annual most of the time visiting i bounteous meaL ',
in New went to Atlanta, Georgia ands i i I Meeting of Westminster Pre..l f with Mrs.. Fowler's Mr
York. They lived there before moving to Ar- Attending were and
byerial held in Lakeland. Oct. Their first stop was
cadia .. relauve.'j Mrs. Kline Platt Wauchulj,
'spendflorae'\ tima there each year. They
22nd and 23rd. This honor| ton, Ga. where they
who served as hosts with the .'
m late1:
usually go September that will be there
so they
came to Mrs. Mattlson in re couple of days with Mr. and
for some Sold weather, and of course when the new 'cognition of her many years of Mrs.\. George Stonebraker.From Bill Platfs; Mrs. Wilma Varn
shows. hit' Br ilway,,' Ha'd a card from Elizabeth; and service in her local &:church: Clayton Mr. and Mrs. Sutton:; Madeira Beach;

she said that she ran into Mollie Montgomery on Fifth her service on the Westminster *$ <*. Fowler, went to Fairbault, Debbie.and Mr. Susan Frank and Platt Keith '

Avenue early last week and that Mollie and Tom came Presbyterial Board as Tr a.| .y. rM \ nq rufnetJi overlMillions Minn for a visit with Mrs. Okeechobee; Mr. and 11.1. i
Stewardship Chairman .) ,, IV\QyYollr Fowler's sister Mrs. Holmes Dr'I'
back In from Rock Island Illinois. and had dinner with surer as > !' Thadd Whidden of ,
and her outstanding ser. Swenson, and family, and '
them. I I Mr=s YCilargrMAs .. Mrs.. Olive Hendrickson.
vice in organizing and serving[ with her brother, Mr. and Mrs.
Weekend At the leach d.a..c iS : .. ter Haven; R o r y
as Dean of the WestminsterI -- -- ------... Gordon. C.: Hammond. and fam
Jane Whidden and 1 spent from Thursday until Sun- rbrnte Frances Campbell. Martin
; I I Weekend Conference for Business '
w of Chrtstiras cards I.mbu'20. Nprcr44apr* of..the) Rory. al lot Lake Placid Mr, .
ily.They ;
day night as guests of D. D. Hurgraves at Holmes Women and Mothers. of. ;' Beach Braden.ton. This is a wonderful time to be at 1 I Young Children. 1 1I Americans are nlarrtoar. their l I Indicates the trend this is. Waverly, Iowa for a visit with and Mrs. Clyde Sasser of Wau.

the beach. It certainly was,not cold, but very invigorating. -I I I Mrs.. MdttiMut Is currently Irtonds list of names especially to new for "vhimsical Inform year cards another of Mrs. Fowler's sisters of chula Lakeland; Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.Grace Jesse Me Day

D. p. has a very comfortable house with one serving on the SynodicalState million people abroad.traveled Last year overseas.two that bridge traditional brash Mrs. Charles Gunnel and Clenithan and; Mrs.. Grade ,'

of the best fire places, with heatalator that you ever) ( ) Board as Treasurer YottotP.ei officials say to send humor. The above "jolly monk" husband The Reverend Canon Campbell of Sarasota: Mrs.
Members of the First Presbyterian i I card is and its Gunnel. After a few days, .&11'.
did see. It warms the entire house. The only disastrous surface mail cards abroad by typical cute inside Mary Platt Hollingsworth. Mrs. !
Church, Arcadia are Nov.mberlgi to Armed Services caption is reproduced in the in. Fowler left Mrs. Fowler with
) thing,that happened to that starvedall r Bassler
us ,was we were Vera daughters Sue :
r rz very proud of Mrs. MattlsonMllUe .Persongelynot l later than Ao- set the Gunnel's for a longer vis
the time and ate entirely too much. Everythingtastes d ,. to most of them. it. and he went to Sammon. and Lew, Mr. and Mrs. Millard ,
so good and we all enjoyed eating, so we did. r Idaho where be met Donald Mizell. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie ,1
Friday, we left home early in the morning and returned II Recent Bride City Officials McKay. Gerald Caskins. and Whidden and family, Mr, I

late in the afternoon just ramblln: around and Attended I,,D. EUet. Jr. ,.and aU went on and Mrs. D. T. Platt Mr. and
seeing different things that we had wanted tp see fora graduated from the: &4t)>U'.d( Given' ShowerMrs. I a hunting trip. Mrs .Harley Watson Mr. and
Return FromConvention
School of Nursing1 tfcertheU Meet Mrs. R. B. Cause, Bill Jones
time. We landed .Regional
long in Sarasota about lunch time
presently nursing in the Jess I Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Mizell. Mrs.
so went out to the Oyster Bar for lunch, and then stopped Parrish Memorial Hospital .inTitusvilJe Tony ,W. Hughes was Eva Rose Ha.an"" D. Hagan
,by Bayshore Gardens pa the way home and wentto I fin BradentonMrs. given a miscellaneous- shower I Old Business Underwood. Mr. and Mrs. John I

the:Cinema, \ tp see "Fate is the hunter! with Glenn Mr. Finley. was. .born, and Elsie Austin City' Man. Thursday night of last weekat Wayne Firm O. Petre,.. Robert Wesley and
Ford.. That. is. a beautiful theatre and the pictures are reared In Metuchan. New Jers i I agar of school lunch, Mrs. Evelyn the home of Mrs. Doris Butler I San born. City Ad. ExpandsThe John O. Petrey Jr.. Mrs. Mary
in Cinemascope. We all enjoyed the huge screen, and .".. Re graduated from High Nelson of Memorial Gram. with Mrs. Butler and Miss mlnistrator. and Danny Eber- Rupert Smith AgencyInc. Mizell Powell all of Arcadia;
sole .
the picture. School 4n 1030,1 and then spent mar school. Mrs. Edna Coker. Betty Sue Butler as hostesses. end Wally ColUns wereamong .. bne of the oldest Real! and the hosts Mr. and Mrs. Bill
i t
The beach at Bradentpn (Is much nicer than the Saraftota four 'years, in ,the A. F. as a I I Mrs. Nellie Read Mrs. Jessie Appropriate games were Florida the cities 1,000 delegates from Estate and Insurance Business Platt. children Zachry, Lynn
Communication, .Expert. lie Mrs. Mae Todd. played. The honor guest open. went to firms In Arcadia, have one of and Jonathan all of St. Peters
beaches. It was not always that way but since Kornegay, Jacksonville
i ed. and passed her gifts around Sunday. to attend
spent two .years out.. o( the the most up to date listing files burg.
Mrs. Leta Mrs. Louise
the Sarasota beaches have been washing badly I Purvis. the
so la' so that her friends could help three-day annual convention
four staMeped( Alka. lie I ntown. It includes out stand
think they are not so nice. It is even hard to walk up is I presently .employed by the I Bankston of the West Side her enjoy them. of the Florida League of ing values In Homes. grovesland AU of those present signed

and down because of the rocks and debris used to stop Sarasota Hardware Company, :I I''Cafeteria Harward.; substitute and MraM worker. BerthaI I The hostesses. served cake" Municipalities.{ ranch land water front a\ greeting. Fannie card, Platt to and be sent Mizelle toMrs.

the caving In of the banks. The beach at Holmes is as an outdoor saVxunao, I I : punch salted nuts and mintsto They were guests at the an. acreage lots etc., Iatt.
attended a .e.ciooallP..tIU. for telling them how much
beautiful, and we enjoyed long walks. It was too cold ,The wedding will .IeA.pLtc. Florida School Food Service be honor guest and, her,nasal social hour, buffet din.ner The Agency does appraisalson they were missed '
for us to iro in. but the beaches were crowded with swim Sunday, Dec 6 in the. Nocatee I Association Approximately 400 friends. Pictures were taken and entertainment in Jack groves, ranch homes and *

mer. Autumn I. a wondorf t tints of yew'. It) comes Baptist Church. were there from DeSoto. liar-t of the happy occasion for the sonville's beautiful new river. real estate of all kinds and Is

upon u* with such overwhelming taunt!' 1 irnua c t that, we I dee, Sarasota Manatee.. Plnel. I bride. to keep in her bride'sbook. I front auditorium. staffed by George R., Smith -; ?

often forget to lI.towel luv oofc. vXne: jpurata.>of 'Local I Women It las, Charlotte Lee HighlandsAnd Monday, business session/ who has had many years of _
color In the woods, arid shrub' ,.pftha-a, hon.gddt 'Collier counties. were held throughout the day. experience sll phases of :
+ Jcrc
ry a
The Arcadia the work. Morris Lev. solace
Harry i in
to the ballet of sound .. the ir\MX\ leave, The meeting was held lastSaturday HomeComingS men returned ( )
birds on *OH. Attend Meeting home Tuesday afternoon. ky, who has years of exper the 4 49owtis..4
Oct. 24th. at the
the wind, trees trying to \, ,winjr& *....r-Uiay." waa'kt) fence in the real estate bus. 'J\aJitIf'f.
with the wind certainly mate| a .bwJtKroundi'oJL music In LakelandM den Southeast ton. High School. Bra. nday, Nov. 8 Incas Jerry Scott and Jack ;

that was delightful\ Tho music .,fattiiM, +lctrl" ..\.J Drennon Cot naham. The guest speaker for the In LimestoneThe Chastaln. both with years of
takes In ao much of all the rust, Uka;*\ .UfcharU Htrauan% Mrs John York. Mrs W. U.Tlnsley. day was Dr. Sam Neel. president Saddle Club experience.You l

remodeling of the familiar lno luhnd awwpiwr new Mrs. O. J. Harp Mrs. Manatee Junior College. Baptist Church, of Limestone are always welcome: '""='
contours; of orchestration. Kvcry.eou.ns4' "' seem ,to shine. Amos Way Mrs. Edgar Chrl,.. The topic of his. talk was "We will have Its Annual Had Supper and will get qualified a n dcourteous -

with new luster. The visible .,.....k".9f.Xllh I ,becomes; Mrs. E. J. Yelvlngton. Mrs. serve Youth. Homecoming Sunday Nov. help for any real $
audible too. The sibilance of the,wjnu& .liaai acquired anew Edwin Parker Mrs. W L. Mat. th. estate problem whether It be* .- .
large or smalL -
edge. Hut there are sounds. that Uelunji especiallyto lion and Mrs. A. D. Mlgllore Rev. C. E. (Edd) Stewart a MeetingMembers

the season, too like &.,of l leiivea"and the attended the annual meeting 4-H Boys and former pastor will bring the of the Arcadia Flowers. say so much when
of Westminster
Presbyterialheld All.
enap'of bonfires. In driving around the. sloe\ roatla" home-coming message. There
our ,
at First Presbyterian Girls Elected will be a basket lunch servedat I Florida Saddle Club. Inc held The W.N. Bakers you can't find words: !
we would slow down by the aUiaof thq.atuntry.roedsy. Church Lakeland Oct. 22nd their monthly meeting and
and not only enjoy the chanitna: ( (,colors-of the. foliaire, and Ijrd. New OfficersThe noon singing In the after ;covered, dish supper Monday Return From

but also enjoy the "still small% vOloe .ia.autvuns s ht&slu. Mrs. MlgUore at the Thurs. noon.Everyone .Is night Oct. 19th. These meet. ,
I do not believe that I have ever awry. aa many lairds. day session was elected to Ft. Ogden 4-11 Girls to attend. cordially Invited Ings are held every Monday Nice Trip

and aa many different kinds., aa were, at the,beach during serve on the Presbyterial Board and toys met Tuesday Oct. night of the month at 7:SO Mr. and Mr*. W. N. Baker pl
our atay.' Fishing 'was good evidently, because for two years as Personal Faith 20. for their first business ,p.m.The have recently returned from

there were BO many fishing boats out almost all the and Family Life Chairman. meeting when elected the following for the of.firer. S. Copeland club Is In the processof a visit,,with Mrs. Bakers son. \

time. Hut one thing that we did miss were the porpoiieM. : were Jer.ry building a regulation sUe Mr. and M... Edward Tara.iitSatvierviUs.
coming president,
Usually the gulf Is full of schools of the dolphin, yeari Gives ReportTo arena. The arena should 1>4linlhed "'.and'c.I'I\Uo. 1
V.F.W. and Aux. White; vlc-e-pr.- ........ Sandra !'
within the next few r.... where
like animals. rollcklntf and playing but this year we Deaf Secretary.treaaurer.Carol they are employ.ed r4i
V. F. W. weeks. i
did not see even one. Jane has alwaya, enjoyed seeing Attended MeetIn Ann'' Taylor; Council in the II..Church... .of God,* Children .

thorn. no aho was disappointed. Do not understand Delegate Lynette Hay; Song Anyone wishing further information .
what ha happened to them unless too many of ,them Lake WalesThe Leader. Kathy 0...; and Re. a Miss guest of Sandra Veterans Copeland of Foreign was should about this project abe While. canted visilng his.there parents, Mr, Far.ever
contact Gordon
are being' captured to take Plipper'a place In some of following officers and creation Mrs Postclle leader. Larry Dawey Crouch.and Wan. Post: 2S24 at their re. president, or Leonard Toeile Hay,, Into North Carolina to see the -

his daredevil eeeanadeii" and heroic act. members of V.TW Pod and I Mrs. Dorothy MUell gular supper and social meet. vice president. great Smoky ,mountain New.
Your Vote Count Auxiliary No. 2B24 attended ed the different e.PIa".1 Ing. After the supper, she reported found! Gap, Laurel Springs CHICKEN
The Public Affair Chairman of the Arcadia Woman the meeting of Fourth District what was expected front each. on her attendance al All members are urged to t Qioapnona, pome Tower Rain
Veterans of Foreign Wan held i]I the 4." Short Course in Wash'ington attend the annual Thanksgiving tIp.u..* and many other
Gluu," urges all members to \ote. llememtier that your Mr*. Dewsey asked the new]'' 'dinner which will be bold
at Lake Wale. Oct. which was sponsored pants of Interest. They also BASKET
vote could be the one that counts. Your VOTE U your I president to preside over the Nov. 18 at 7:3O pin at tne. visited the
by the local V.F.W.I hugo T.V-A.
IS: lost Commander Stafford Power
-VO1CK on election day. That'a the way you speak up meeting. She gave. each new01lkC't' Saddle dubAttended.
Other included Plant. Douglas Dam
Well" Jr VIN.Comm.nduWlllia" 'I guests Mr. which fwr.itishes .
to select' those who YOUR fix YOUK instruction on how 10':
run government Mrs. Alton Copeland. Mr. power from River :
Werner. Quartermaa land of
conduct their office. |
taxes. make policies affecting :your livelihood and shape ter Melvin' Johnson. Tn....... The chose a project' F Hood, and Mrs. Lily Fee.'ter. TeoA. by great Turbaa wheels, ;'
the kind of world In which YOU and YOUR childrenwill Eugene Mitchell and Albert' I to work group on for the comingyear I'1 the,Jungle Brook .Nature Trail $1:00
live. Whether Ifa a close election or a landslide Cetraagvta... Auxiliary Secretary i i 2-day where sane of the old grits

you'll I be heard. Th. cloae ones' make :your elected .Treasurer Mabel Johns. >'I The next meeting will be en '! WWI Veterans nulls that were run bj water ,

leader atop and think. The big pluralities. back up tun and Trustee Penny CetrengoJtv Nov 5. end start at 7-* pun i<' I Retreat are still standing. The scenery I

what they represent. Either way remember thla on Several members also 1 I Twelve member attended Have. NewMeeting ta North CaroiUM was. very With Slot & Potatoes
Election Day. attended the flatuitUy night' where Mr and I Or Calvin slartia. Dr. A. D. whorl ag up with tthe first touch I _*-
IIeaatlf l Hlght Mrs Cvtrangolo' wen first Place Ni&1... and of faU.&
I usually park my car near the City Hall, and' It I I. pn.... her the beet Halloween Celebrated I I Swain recently' Dr.attended Cordon a Me.two Mr. sad. Mrs. Baker. were. Eat Hers

certainly paying off this
tree on the grounds .le now sWiss with hloorae. The The Sunday morning Joint log at the Barracks Last. wets, Physicians held at toe Weei.minstev H.... where" th* Far*. J -
tree I I. very susceptible to cold weather', and accordingto session included, special recog' Birthday ![ members voted to move the Prv.byt ry Camp .site ... fasaily week, and ofeaure. -CPINE -
Margaret Way.'baa never recoverfrom the aevoro nit ion of newi>.i>rr and fad I Anniversary j| haJ' <|uattefrom North D*. at Wecki WacaJo ftpnegs,. This enjoyed the visit wit*
cold weather of two year airo so doa not loom) a* loa representative In L s k e Sato Avenue to u.rw.. is a new pr. ram spnsasueed th! family.Shop. POINTRESTAURANT
Wales who b4 ben very cooperative .. Mrs. J Ed Atbritton was 1UU.Commander. by Ibe"rkaa
profusely a* It once did. but to m.. U Just aa pretty. Medical,, As.
,. in publicising VFWactlvltte Jt4turday Hugh J Sloan ..... ...
blooms the and when the bloom guest evening to e Nria. to _. coapecatlo -
The start at top coin
*. There was also an family auutee-, sad party rule said thot th* mv was forted b.t.we Doctor and Arcadia
the lea\e fall off. Because of the effect of the cold Ur preive' Ouoe drill by the .UltC her. Birthday AJMUver upon theo by the Oeldwtr Mewsae in theft CAamphi\ 'M. .... Oe* SheetA.cAoiA
blooms are thicker on the south Aide of the t,... It Uo Junior Oitla Unit of Aubwr. sari .Her SMter, Mrs. FtankKu \ for Presidrnf booth ervwdiaethra wart te L......taIa.. JFIRST ;
pretty early (la the morninsj. Go by and enjoy, the dale. The separate tsiaeM n ey was hostess. sad wsawUalMt -... -- -- pee.. WA SaulHOSIERY .
oily tree) of its kind 1 la Arcadia. ........ M the" aflenteiu* lactuvJed by aer. three aaec*, The nest sneering of theWWt ---- '-- -- .
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cwmmiUe reports. alas la>. Mrs. Dan K wh. Mrs. Fart}| sad Auxiliary will. beheld 1GIIfIiFS T.ny. .. .
11&ia I troUnctlun of dt.Un ta h I : I)PPt. CemmeaOer W Hull M.reland. .. Sobetng. i meobng ptaro. oo Nov lth.I ... eneee la 'Th4.UJd

J, "--- DrpC Auxiliary A delirious etlaaer was' ser, t' at whaeh time. nw of"c.e.l, hates */AaseeiraU.lt" ':we: GOTHAM GOLD STRIPI
President FtJM DrpL CvenSM Tem Glace I'InI reve4v 4 assay. auttful All BMomave are ..... to Mom. it as our Cenatry.. M atgaa .M"; *
any Phil hart cud Pet Dept 15..t the -., re..uag as M use Mep sad ear Cwas. t "tTlTE W aoZALi.V"
rubii K t Thursday morviln at 7 OTeS West gifts.Aaos ... ,
every AwxUUry PreeMettt Tfcete g the Xt guests were hepse1+a5 b- -t wtu besa.ght

Oak Inra Street..-. Ebrrvol: P. O. los,", era...-.-Arredta.. ItA...FVirMa....* as Se SJS11 imd O Mr' _*. Bennett, and s>un er ks vth. the toilewtag from out ..dMwe betty tM Rrenp.BlRTH $1.35 pair

...t..... Ortoove It, lets, *t the .real. dents *, ArroaUa, Drpar4eee1 soy District ef. : Mr sad Mrs. MorUs.
Florida uaOer Act of Cooftreos' of Marta. 3. let. arAl. etUUreet'" M.J>...... lessee sad,
te.. feegtsuU 4 W fcerteem. Carey, all of S.orta\g; eel Mr NYLON OLOVCS
Member. Fl rhU Frees AasocUumv If........ EdttortellUpeeeentaUvos. AuxUUry Dutrtrt preehe sad Mr*. W.. ttuexry: of FXatyee 'p'pMr j Tsag L41110LuaD ......MeD .A.sIC
Uoft. .l Lrsia Hoit sen..aar.d a.nau.e *. f. s 4 .1".La" tICluaiVtwwtey

Adrrtislsg rtorida Proms Gains."tile. n.c-Wa; Amencaei Nrw.....- sun>r* .ataUvo*. ......, truss an AusUiors -at bee. like e uruol rtotsur MMe _-S -; It. L. a.o..o tit.otnat/t
Ke" York New Y-..... Atlanta, Georgia. UetriMt. altraUjao.ChHwrrioUos .... euatrtct s....u.cn.. r*, aueeee. They ..... theIW I sLU L."OT" I

) nte i.Qua year ..JBxt; ills. Moaitftengl .. 12.2$. ..u.e fyahs SMMay fee .t.Nq.a.... and o* lap .aa. .'Mr. 1T F.na, S RtsA ... tla. $3.9SSSIE'SInc.
Coy MnUed-M" Ceots. UM "best sepeet ., Jets use.i... happy UatNedsy, Mother 0.. Jr..1 It---..... 0-... a.. I Ase.dat, ps.egs It
I Cos>y of, liork Issue It da.ata lag was give te Arttdee beets a- Lad that as etirUy .......,. the Hitt of a......... tease sow ttipet.Jo..t.lr 1
I Aasitta.y IT.asdeat D..tlu what s*e has always s--. hoed. .. i.p.w4e Z2.& w -.-.. S -rte Iee.s .
..r v--:: rt .-. .... M ...... I .1..... II 2- a/,,,, ARCAO"M1

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Tim ,ARCADIAN. :Arcadia. Florid T'bunc1aOctob ,.*&9X19C4r ; > ; 'a.I. ,..\:

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1Ad vtseting wJ.n. with saa- 4 .U.4.w B. Mer.days years utfoHe Oklahoma and twovgranachil.dren .

M" I M survived by his wife t
abODe. .
I .i Mis. Itmue huurnier of Ar- Interment was in Oak Ridge
,. ,. .
@ : .y.r- BOWLING tll.. Mrs Pauline with Van Petten and
I II e>> one dtAua Cemetery
..Mr.. and Mrs.Donald Lander I
lji.ob-.rn of Arcadia one 011 Funeral Home in charge.
rC and family ot Coral| Cables, NEWS .i Mis Anna Chantey of of arrangement
were weekend, .*V>wta of Mrs. .
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lender. .brothery.Captain' ; and PETER' JkO CPH rot/KNIFK
h r. .. J ftorcs. <<: .AlttriUon.. and lam. po '- I 1
J .11.,.., '. Funeral services we<', held.

I at the graveside U Mr. and NfL Peter Schwo. I Tuesday, October 27: Erickion rolled 502 for Rotary day morning Xt 28 Cot IVtrr .;.. ..
Mrs. ,Elln: Gurganeous of Mr. and Mrsv Lester J:. Kb. bel will arrive Saturday from Frank Ke.:ne had a good Joseph .Fournier 74 who" '...... '! ", :

Jacksonville pent a few days ert of Crown Point. Ind.. and Ashville. New York for their The bottom 'team took three 55O series to help CTC take dial at H local! ho.pit. i aster ",.. : .',;.
the first of last week with Zolfo Springs,, were Sundayafternoon six month annual stay in Ar. points' from the league leadersto three points from Tropical Termites u I lengthy tltacaaMr .

her sister. Mrs H P Beivs.Thursday guests ot Mr. and. cadi. They have spent the reshuffle the standings, when :W games by Keene I Founder, via born litSojitont
i when Mrs. Gurgan. Mrs. A. C. Polka Sr. past .l 1nhere.. George Palmer and MarsUen"" It. C. Taylor. Edwards:\ Lia4.1 Maine, and 1 retired MEDICAL
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ious started home. Mrs. Bevis Wallis with 483 each led Palmer and WaUui. ill Newport. R I. where he
went far as Orlando with Spreader Service over Standout. : utter on round In the bunt .
as Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Reed of wa c'onltnh'Uun: ,
Fred/.SandusHy left Tuesdayfor
Peace River Movers. i Peace Jti\er. 1 15 5
her and spent until Sunday .. Me affiliated with
lu was
Warsaw, Ohio and Mr. and I *
his home in Wake Forest.N. .
Harry Ladd I led the losers Central Transformer, 1010Tropusl
with her Mr. the State f MJS. for 15 ASSISTANCEFOR
son. I Mrs. Fred Williamson of Bliss i>
C. af|sc.spending the week dl ,
with s1\ aeries Johnson tt 11
| and Mrs. Henry Bevls. and field. Ohio were Sunday guestsof year where he wu cited. hI
end here with his .parents
Grove Service won over Ho- | Palmer 0 11 '
: family and other relatives. Mr. : Mr. and Mrs. Williamson'saunt '' the government for his work.
1 and ;Mrs.. C, P. Sandusky. tary three to one. Ed Edwards' Johnson Grove. 911 OUR SCNKHt! CITIZENHOLLAND "
Bevis brought her home Sun. and uncle. Mr. and Mrs.. lie was a member o( the Cathutic
I had, 560 for winners ana hub Rotary a. 12Nocotcc
afternoon. Church
day Elvin Van Kannel. The two -i: ._Edmund Fajhe of Gulf. -- -y ---.-- '
couples came down the scenic Air. kouinier came t. 101'

highway through the Smoky: neaday port. Miss until spent Sunday front as Wed.guest Barnard !Leases I' Club to und Ida In moved ISttti to to Oral Arcadia no. Florida two, ; if

REAL ESTATESee mountains. They plan ,to see ol Mr.\ and Mrs. J., A. Latimer, 'I C

the sights ia Florida, while. Sr, Mrs Fajhe ?drove over Gulf Station onHickoryPolk i Start A Center

Us For here. to Andalusia.. Ala_Wednesday strongly supported in.dical'atsshtanc. to P1ortd
and new to.ArcaUlS..with Elliott St. SS Syj senior citizens through the KERR..MILLS. BILL

Good Buys Mr. and Mrs. Joe Proud arrived Anderson. Mr. Anderson 'IFor'Teen-agars I;)_..... s S .. which covers both hospital and doctor,t>nt..'It'
HOMES Friday from their sura. attended to business at the Richard Barnard. formerly Ir protects those who have the need and 1.&s financed

.". mer home in Cambridge.-N.Y. Gulf. {4val. Stores Plant here, associated with Barnard.. Buick ', A Youth Center, tuw la. : p 9 by our states with Federal, support._ '.
and are located for the winter the Cult SU '
BUILDING SITES recently leased \ rated at the !Noratcc! Chic 'QtBiW.\ ..
GROVES ACREAGE months in their home in Tlio Mrs, Frail Rupyey and Lion at the corner of Hickoryand Club and under qualified.. IOU Medicare the other''' proposal offer. only limited ,
Vista Park. They cam by Mrs Ed Albrlton went to Wau Polk street, it was an lrvuion., Is the gush of the 1 aim not alnne. ,-
LEWIS AMBLERs Pensdcola and spent a few days chula Tuesday' of last week, nounced here toU.y., I Club this year, according: to All*). Security ...... N cover all senior citizens, rich ...

s with their daughter Mrs. Ger. and Joined Mrs. Pow Uurrance Barnard was born In Lake. Ramp MIKOII: pmlilviit. I I. Through Jesus Christ., God or poor, but it.does not cover doctor bills.
for 20 Years aid Punches.: Lt. Punches\ : sons and Mrs. Boss Roberts for a land and uwved to Arcadiain A jukebox, donated by has blessed us with a feeling t'

AssociateHUGH Jeffrey and Andy. visit in Bartow with their 185.. He is a graduate of I Charlie Robinson record do). that wherever w. are. II* la. Florida's entire"de-le.atton'' In Connress voted for a

efrind Mrs. Frank Anderson.It DeSoto High School, and U stated by the local radio station I If we but accept: Ills light the Kerr.Milis approach. Our slate legislature' ap.

M. MARTIN Mrs. Elizabeth Scott was a wag Mrs. /Anderson's birth. m.rrlN0 the former Irene I and an alr-condUiomr d... : His substance. His love, we proved it for a two-year trial 1 I period. as .did 36

businun visitor in Sarasota dry so they" wept up. t 0 help Autry. natvd by U. it Morgan Is apart I wilt| never be alon. states and ttrritorin.' .

fO South D.Soto> Avenue Wednesday.Mrs. her .celebrate.: A former deputy sheriff with of the wiulpnnrnt, now be. 1'.W. raANss ............- ?.w r. MUebw
Phon. WA 9-1WI the DeSoto Sheriff department. I Inn aMmbKil for the project ..' w 4< t.Tr... '\

George Leitner wentto Mrs. lone Keen of Ft. Meade.. Barnard will handle. a ; Mixun said I CONTINUE& PROGRESS .IN. PROTECTING
of Floe.da
Associate Conductress
.Lakeland Monday.. afternoon : full line of Gulf Product The Club h..u.... built by SINUSSufferers ,
----- '---- ---- Tuesday Order oC guest Eastern of Star:'11'. aud wasa .. lie live with his' wife at work and contributions of OUR SENIOR CITIZENS' ,. 'RUE
Mrs. Pulk. Sr. 22* North llenmndo Streetend member and loral, C'iUtcns. '
ACT -- --
will heue. the Youth Center |
Mr. 'and Nor Freeman with Mrs. Whitlow's nto. and lodirs of the community "I

turned home Monday (ruin there Mrs. Harold Foster will take turns ill supervising. I, L-

10 day visit with their chll. the program. ,
Patrick Mr. _ct'Mrs.. Hub MrAnly. The Noiatee Club building! :...:'l p i sew w/ 1.5N.ss..I.sacllt. ...
dren.. They wenfif.t.. to .
daughter Kay, of Plant City pmcram will. also stage a fundraising .... .. ,seas
vUlted ,their
AF.Du and. & .1 see. .a. e0. -t't.r.
pent the weekend with his dinner' turd.yI.)\ ..". d.N w tow.=-.w.... .:-eN w.MM.
Hairy Scott.
daufthter. Mr.. HOLLANDFLORIDA
OF DeSOTO COUNTY'SALES CbapUln Scott daughters Ka. mother, Mrs. W. t;. 7. serving bar..be-quvd. rhl .......-:e.w M I S.,awe.aa-M-cwt.w 5.
and other relatives.II. ken, cooked under the super no. .ou
ren and Elizabeth Morrie;; then 5M w IIsee .u.. ...
"' l\IMnly'I' vision of Sheriff Lloyd Hoi Ion. er Se I ?.:
on to. Jacksonville for a = ::
and SERVICEAwnings Mrs. E. Rushing and and the tntblle is Invited. ServIrvg -M 5.5. I,,SARCADIA ..
with their sqn. VU. ,sod S SENIOR U S SkNATOR
'and IXibaon attended the time will be between Sand
Rodney Freeman Lsmily;
,, ". sod beck by Galnesvme*. fora Convention in Winter Haven I 8 pm. and a crowd of DRUGS

r-- Weekend visit with another Saturday.' -about-500 Is expected- -. -, S ... St. ARCADIA .
-' -
Advertising Farm Equipment son. Mr. lend Mrs. WaUunFreeipsn. -'I .....
aod Xamlly.Mr. ., ,

e..__. t.......... .......... INTI5NATOI.ALT..ee ... Pow.U.N.

E.. ..rw w. r o.a-Uvss TN*. P......-. -WAl ho" M.C..Iaa...... ...-.TW.sw. a.o.-.e./....._... and Mrs. 1: II. Van Ken. ,BEDDING. BARGAINS '
... }ladcecki
"- c ..- net of OUssfield. Ohio are re. 3
.W..re..w. Mot IsrerM.I. ,
C..p..y. au weer e.e le..a cent arrivials In Arcadia, and
l Hi Air Conditioning es... WAfa stiei.Furniture . I p18.10 be here until May. to Shout About!'

taAl utctalca.- AlP C- StoresPrescriptions This.1s their first kip> 1.0'. Area. $ tRADi-IN' q 1a11te/k M.ttrsl.s fi .
M ,da .54 .I..d 5 A.wM. dia .IthuuahMr' baVe spent -
M.tts M.w.wE
yrwm... 5.:., as ww o.eM East AIIOWANCi ,t'1'
COMn"1 N..e M&.e-.s .. vacations on {Ibe : ,Co. ,
WAlooooot O ,a.,. M. I..M ..-- ...-.. A. They chose Arcadia: because: i.e htl.r .rtY '
..... M..M-5..5W. ave.,, I' T5MEN
W.If :
!! ... ae-. ..... WAMw15t.. ., they hive ,read the Arcadia s MK S.et CRA r9IJ:J
In the past pod decided that tr \
i -T/CT-u-.Ab-Wi. ". .S3 .......- =.IIOM"I'= Arcadia was a aO..e plate te ...................
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..-. Des... {. N..Joe...,. live. Mrs. Kanatl. erUV. N
c'Y_ e. '. ._ and yia4 law
walking % eoj .
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w.w o.Ia 1.
....... .-.... walks around town. J

... .2... :Dew.. -
$ Bottled Gas -ACCWIATflV. ...-M C....q..bp....... Mr. and ...... Jo* Pierce ..fPunta ...... .
ii..1 ... 11.105w. D.llv.f
MIN 5 .UIL A ..I..I .es s.- pa...- ON a.....:. ,..,:-sIFA sue.. Oerda were Monday "isItors snlr tl IfHITWWiKfWfTFITiELUXE .
... .NMe s.M4 w a.ie Ise.e la ,Arcadia. Mrs. r;
.. Rsady-MIxed Concrete wUl be remembered as lbs ROLLAWAY REDS ea3.i.

e.-.'. r..I t ..Hfc.t..m' See* former Mrs Curtajr Tewasead. $ "
woN __ caw WA i4sel.4a .u..ae c..can.-c- with 1aa.nP.l5y mail/.w le aOUIlTKDTOr >. .-.M r..r.ddilna.l '.
l:=: r:_we.w.......w lei .w.. Mrs. Arnold Peflsvertoav and. ale.g.Hull... ....... Ms ..a 9\9' ."

4a Building! Materials A.. was.... 0-as.. daughter. Nsdene ef Tamps { .-.-.--'
spent the weekcfkd as guests dbar SIZE 2/6 Rollaway Bed ..
% OMPtett slur .I bats... ....s... Transportation Service M .-.- .
mother., ln.Uw. Mrs. rios !3iM ....-.... 1'' .
MALI .nlta M0IMe and oNtr.roLs.Uv.a. 51213/3 R.llawoy $.d .
AM 5000Sal. le. "
..... .. T./ ..........., ,..... Perabertoo. 9M {..". rIt .
5.3551.Dolomit. __ ... a-. I. ... o.e s..... lice sVMbsnd.. Capi. !>.. SIZI 4/0 RoUaway Bed .r:'1.1 .. oriy; 1.2stil.
.- wa4w ..... A r ....... tertoat is .ta...... A.Orvesw

Poe eutnur. Tractor TIa-; ; ;;; kD4., .

.. s w.a..MM a..s lase..-ave.. C..WAM.Ms.Ms MMM7 ....W MAM Mr .and. M.-.. J.Aa WlUUew.tfcUea = f FOAM MATTRESSES 4

5.4451 WAMA 50011.f __..._......- 'T_ Tow. Donny aid ........-. ef ?
:- .A...:z: :. Jackaenville same cfowa..FtUy 9UILTED QUEEN SOX' SrHINiliSt '

, Drug __ BVkghi.. t. .....,.& toe ..... MATCHI NS ,
'f f 1V Soles es Serric ----.-.a.. ..t. iIIAIR Tptlle lotion. N.1d+.1 t E Spl et.ge -

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M -.rw cI M.- 39 71"4&r

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Office Supplies bring pe** tatir s./M aw.M.

n.cn---: = IM M44 .50 e.r.o5 wMLN1 lor ,. deoc'cW..aachlnta and here ; IBS" lit" ON&V Mo..MM+tr1 S y

........ 1.. A5 :-=- Tb. -= ere some aboutfutnrtwre JMCTAlTicO rAMtV& *' 6" e"t'a" '- '
1-at- M ....... 5.... .. $5 Ie..I4 arraa- .
u : ABJUtr ASiS TO ANY M slOs..i } MA/TE/1t1L 'hi t t
.t err, : PI.tb..e .: ,,sou fr'5.S.4 w k$,twits Ceee. tt tL.. we.ss.rJw..w.5.w.r ...g.f

Coming Events third 5we'I.-d ..( RadcOde. FAMOUS MNi1IiSFRMjo I,5ATTu5SLS, nod IA adsl? $OX WIING3 .
atnfuti, tiwnS w.iIIrAa_ 4bWO.r' .
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P.kite, Library Havre, tae Ie S.M P. M. Llkeery ..ld/.y. .awl butt trw sevaw.Mwltria !
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AT ALL CMUNCMSS .. P1Mt. .roars .MS. an.alb 7 : wP ew--l
ATTEND THE CHURCH or vovs CHOKE twulYt ,1 .T1.L ; tt
tw ..we.nStMr LA eM.w t1gleL,
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StOMOAV. PlOVCMSSN ST .sDS _et Ie Fl .y ,

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A_ ...... A.u5..y.. RN .. ... LA5bS ...... .MwA r.e LOwtS1 '? Ica (l RtilCOGt .jiltrrii ur TERMS ,
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7.30 .. M. YHe1 F.Mr51 650 loose.TUESDAY. ....... M saine w ...... 5m .v "

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DESO1'O FARM HOME P..I..e. ( .... 1 .from..page... w_ 1-A) euu.

=Weliw Oof tOy: 'Ba.nw.llAve. T. Mixn' ,,Ctark/ __ .
Croc* Mortmon 'I
w .I 11I',.. Ruby I. Bornwvll :..4. t
r e fm,>mmt .... a OwwtfMr Ztd4
e NEWS *.Alma C S..nnwou.CIwk
f. H Uttta aeMr <
*. Man* A. Poarc* *TH
Mr*.O. Ort*< Coulter I
....... Ne. a Piae LvvolMr t F
*.HottM G. Mizcll. Clark. DeSoo; Theater has elated a
From the office of LESTER HATCHER, County Agricultural Mr. Zula M. WilliarnsMr Halloween party for children
Agent, arid POSTELLE DAWSEY, Home Demonstration Agent *. Edna L K....
J J. C. BAIRD ASCS Office Manager, at a public service to Mr.. Mary 0. MollinoworttrrwlM > under twelve years of age Sat.
,, ..- I M*. 4 OT -HMr urday morning and will ad.
,", s ,, DeSoto Growers.Grain Motti W. Prdu. Clerk
r? r fyM M Mr*.Haiti* Jon,., mil them to a free movie.
...--o<\--Ii : ---l; Mr....Mouc A. Crawford Check the ad In this week's
Mr Cttvcl U Dot>-.
N .. paper for details.Man's .

ExportsSet Cooking With Ranchers Askedto Annual Meet of Wit N,._... M. Townsend AI -0--
Mr*.I... N. Taylor Clerk \ fascination with the
Mr. Lotti Hampton is emotional
supernatural an
New RecordBy Charcoal Not Backtag Cows Horticultural Mr Read*. Bvatrico B Harding M. Townsend balancing act between fear and

PrMirM. N*. S- Were N Ale.... fun. The hearty laugh of those
J. C. BAIRD A... (Cc._..)
By LESTER HATCHER SetThe Hayward L. mOn, Clerk who sneer at ghost stories frequently
to Society
Exports of U. S. feed 'grains Larino Lillian/ Copland William has an embarrassing
have shattered records for the On the ranch backtagglng of Edward Hill resemblance to a nervous gig-
,POSTELLE DAWSEYNo cattle going directly to slaughter Florida State Horticultural ....,.,
fourth year' in a row accordIng __
wlU hold its 77th a so Clark ..e gle.There's
to the U. S. DepartmentOf 111 effects resulting from has been recommended bathe s Sa.... I t I an Irresislble appeal
Nov. 3rd _. .
Annual meeting w -
Florida Cattlemen's As. on I
Agriculture The 118384 .. about the shadowy worldof
eharcoal.broiled foods have Men L. Redden
exports of 182 million metric sociatlon. The Agricultural Ex. through 7th at the Carillon Prose ..... a Seam 0-.. A_ the occult that has attract
been reported in man. A re. tension Service has assumedthe Miami Beach. An excellent Mr*. Hottio, Sue MccaI........ Clerk. +
tons aecountlng for over cent flurry of stories suggest Mr Dovio C. Spire* ed poets playwrights and au.
has been .rransed'fnall
responsibility of distributing program Mr .Mary Ladd
half the- feed grain shipmentsof thors for cenuries. And
a possible' link between
Include C. A. Rude
all ,world suppliers top. charcoal-broiled steaks and back tags to cattlemen five sections. They -- throughout the history) of man.
wishing to cooperate with the citrus, handling and process. M.III.th V. Trowlckrraclrwt kind his has
ped the previous. high by 842- appeal spelled
cancer but Dr. Robert L. Reddish Cattlemen' Associaion: in Increasing Ing. sub-tropical fruits and .... 7 ft***** SM ......
000 tons and the 1031.95: average associate meat specialist M..use Parker, Clerk success In the entertainment
by almost '11 million. Florida Agricultural Exten.lonSerVice backtagglng and test ornamentals. Mr*.Lot .. HoqmrmMr business from William
of animals to better determine *. Laila New.ornMr.
A new high has also been quoted the American ing Membership applications maybe Mary C. McCuOAMvraat Shakespjeare with the ghost
the incidence of brucell. obtained from County of Hamlet' father to Rod Ser.

They.established reached for about dollar$736 sales.mil. Foods Medical.Association Nutrition Council these on oald In the non.notified certl Agent, W. L. Hatcher. .Mr.......WavU f. William Mrs. :Myrtle Vick, North Arcadia Avenue, poses ling and his probes of the

and says fled counties. This procedurehas Carl. Brochnow, Cluck beside the huge rattlesnake she killed at her back -Twilight Zone."
+ lion or 88 percent of the total fears unfounded.Te .
I are. Mr Dart B fooumtMlu
been approved by the State has six rattles' and button. I
value of U. S. feed grain ex. MOOed Keen door. The snake a For instance one story that
assure, a more pleasantatmosphere Federal disease eradication officlals. Micnord H. Wood
Florida Brahman (Sonny Carlton Photo) the ancient Druids believed
ports. ....-. .... S Seeker
following re. Mn Aorw Alderman, Clerk' spirits of the dead roamed __
C commendations were made: On request from the produ. Mr*,.Connjollo' P. GarnorMr b... di'U; ;;n- -d-; they

meat to ,be cooked by the heat car the agent wMl supply him Wins Top HonorsIn *.Camo Cora L.San.Mr. Boatrtottt* Education Week Honor Roll For lighted bonfires to drive them

from the: o.lanot by fire; ....-. .... SrvwuvMlo
HomegrownPeach with enough backtags to tag .. .. Continued 1-A) away. 1
fires Mra Anna Moo _ry. Clerk. ( page W.
any ahould' be quickly i all non.vacclnsted (female) Texas FairA Mr*. Juanita C. Ford Teachers, the Ameriacn Leg. Elementary They also thought that cats

extinguished; space coals so cattle 0 months of age or older Mra.Myrt/Kottwyn. c.Barp.rMn. Rich ion. the State Department of had once been human beings

Facts from I that no ,two touch and enough and all vaccinated cattle 30 record-breaking National Pn4_ .... .. Tooth. Ceavevl"t Education and the National Grammar SchoolStudents jut were changed as a punish. ,

room Is provided for fat to months of age or older going ,, Drahman Show playing host Mra Mre. / .? CorwptoelCler'ir! '. Education Association Is invit.Ing of West Elementary ment for evil deeds. This cur.

drip without'comlnAE Into con. directly from rancn to slaugh. Mra Ruby O Soft.'" along with School who made Honor Roll bus notion found its way into
County AgentsBy tact; with coals.USDA to cattlemen from the United Mr. ,_.. Britt our I
ter.All' States and a multitude of for. JaM G. Man pan.ry others to make this observancea for the first six weeks ore: 20th century melodrama with
DeSoto County ranchers Mr* Eva C. Water* be. Fourth Grade the broadcast of Arch Obolers
LESTER HATCHER sign countries, dominated the .... highly significant one on
who wish to cooperate with attractions of State Fair of Mr*. Ada Itutn Sauttnvall I. Clark" half of our children, their David Gillette John Lati hair-raising radio play "The

Many DeSoto County rest his program may contact Texas' 1984 Pan American sob.MI*.,,Martha W. Snow Linda Allan schools, and our country. mer Johnny Mizelle, Kathryn Cat-Wife." which: starred Doris

dents would )Ilka to produce ProgramIn County Agent, Lester Hatcher Livestock Exposition Oct. 10. Mr*. Mary Lao AlbrrtfanMr The fact that enlightened Mosely Cheryl Woodley. Karloff.
for the materials. ..GeroMIno. T. _.
peaches for home consumption. necessary Fifth Grade
.--. .... II C to < .oMooHea citizens are successfully main A more neighborly explana.
If you happen to be Interested 18.Two hundred and five headof Clerk taming our American demo. Charlotte Autry. Ralph I tion of the old European cus.
18th Year .. ....
a little research: Into proper Fabric Care and quality Brahmans paraded WMNom 1-1- __. cratlc government<< and simultaneously Brady, Steve Brctton. Pam ColDer tom of blazing bonfires on

variety and rootstock will pay before Judge Louis Gllbreath Aoom Mock are' keeping up with Jim Converse Christy lalloween Is found in Sir
dividends. By J. ,:;. BAIRD How to BleachBy of St. Augustine Florida. In AJt=ra to T. Martin' new knowledge and the de. Dawson, Ross Heine Lou Hoillngsworth. James Frazer's classic bookon

peach varieties have certainchlWng The USDA Is back In school the largest display of Brah. N C. W..ing'-. ..... mands of rapidly changing Rose Marie Lopez, primitive cu.tom.T h e
requirements that must not the class room, but the POSTELLE DAWSEYDo man cattle In the breeds 40 = Tr" .I, times reflected In this year'stheme Gail Norris Johnny Buchan. Golden Dough. He points out

be met If,the tree .is to behave lunch room! While our na. not use chlorine bleacheson year history. May..._1./vk'" Iteddnh' "Education Pays Divl. 'dh' Grade that the souls of the departedwere

normally and bear fruit as It ,lion's teachers and students fabrics that contain silk Sugarland's Rex Manse. 48, dends." "A" Honor Roll supposed to revisit their

should. Research: workers, tell concentrate on another year :wool or spandex fibers, poly an entry of the United States AltoeeI.e-M,,' .2 (Catered, ........J Now. therefore I P. P. Speer, Mike Dowd. Robbie Roush. old homes in order to warm

usi that, depending upon the of study officials of the U.S. urethane foams or on any fabric Sugar Corporation. Clewlston. co.-.o R. L WWlan. .. Clerk. Mayor of Arcadia.. Florida do 44B" Honor Roll themselves by the fire and to

variety varying' amounts of Department of Agriculture are with a special finish Florida was named National W,1Sd",. Lee TRoola.WI Slwsrd. hereby proclaim the week of Mary' Christ Tony Guldry. bask in the good cheer pro.

below 45* F. temperature I. hard at work ,on the task of (such as those used to Improve Champion Bull after first win. Cetoe T...... November*8.14, 1984. as Amer.' Eddie Clement Virginia Cott- vided by their affectionate kin.
such ties as wrinkly rests Psq..e .. IS (CW... Moootoo) lean Education Week and do Carol Jean
necessary. Temperature be. providing' adequate supplies of nine the senior division. I Mr*.Senive 'K. Holland. Clark. I inghom. Bradshaw. folk.The
low this level I must occur. to food' for, the National School tance, shrinkage resistance, I MrManH O. Sfraud urge all citizens to join with Scott Mariea Nazarro. Rodney Irish say that Jack.o': .
crispness, or sheen or to produce M's.Mao W. OvaWollman our teachers and school off!. Dawsey. Ginny Fablinger. Susan
provide the proper. dormancy Lunch Program. It takes a lot W"_ J. lanterns originated with a man ,
break and hen my fruit set of canned goods, meat, and durable embossed and The Farm Front ........... dais In appropriate American Hamilton MarceUle Wallis. named Jack who was doomedto

These temperatures below 45", poultry to feed almost 18.mil.) sculptured designs) unless themanufactuers ::s"too Sere T. tone. Education Week ceremonies.P. Marion Carroll. Beverly Bate I walk the earth with his

F. should accumulate It y the lion youngsters who are eating state on the label By Doyle' Connor s: ,: Owl Clerk P. SPEER man. Mark Rule Connie Campbell II lantern until Judgment Day

end of January In Central lunch this y.ar In nearly 1O. that chlorine bleach Is safe. Comm. of AgricultureI PWven.t. == Mayor Kay Iturlock.evontlt because he was unable to en.. .
Florida as leaves and flower. thousand schools. The National The resin In some of these ..-. October %3. 1984Methodist Grade ter either heaven or hell.

log ooeurs early Fiord.won School Lunch Program finishes absorbs and retains. think that the fooo dindus. tnnw del. C.wnM ,. 'Stacla, | Carter Linda Sue Even after November 1 be.

variety requires only. 200 hours) now In It* 18th year' t- la ad. I chlorine which weakens, and tryis to be congratulated for ...... M_.. _1_4_. 'If II.or(*;..es........, Westberry; Linda demons came a Christian feast day
of accumulated chilling (be. ministered by USDA's Agrl- i sometimes. yellows, the fabric. its'' recognition of American Mr*.Carol .uaotaMr <<< Christina Gulls Mike Brett honoring all saints, the peas

Jew 43* F.) It should bear cultural Marketing Service. Sum. fabrics are not weakened farmers for the great Job they Mr.f*.Aiwa' Mady r>' tVailiv HavwoMr Yvonne McCormick. Paula ants clung to the old pagan

well In DeSoto Ceunty. Foe ASC8 and the Cemmoelloy or yellowed until they are are doing In food production. RevivalContinued ),(...le. Susan Yams Pat Mc-\ beliefs and customs. Accord.

further Infosmatloa contact W. Credit Corporation are responsible i Ironed:; then damage may be Food manufacturers, whole.sales wIseyeeN...t. .... "- ( from page 1-A) Cord. Rubble& Drowning Susan ng to. Compton's, the holy day

1* Hatcher, County Agent. for procuring, handlingand I severe. and retailers have Join. Mc.:,m...M'M. Clerk have chargeof the music. Hamilton A u d r y Morton! :traces back to 610 A. D. when

storing the food Items dl. Yellow stains caused by the ed forces In a nationwide cam. Mra Ci.r. SMekbdA Rev. Duck ls a graduate of Donna Lyons James Stauch. Emperor Phocas gave the Roman
i trlbuted through the program.It use of chlorine bleach on wool palan/ to educate consumers _: ... I.: PwchN Asbury College and Candler Diane Bohannon. Vicki Boy Pantheon to Pope Bool
and silk cannot be removed. that food I. one of the best ,., Nina Crockett. face IV
operates in aU SO States, M L Asarre School of Theology In Atlanta ette. as a church.
Arcadian Has'Posted' ...
pfeje' the .District of White or faded spots caused buys in America today. .
Columbia Today the of
,,Mania any 0.-... Clerk. Oa. During the Second World trappings an.dent
Puerto lUeov )ne Virgin Is. ,by use of chlorine bleach on Theme of their promotionis Mr*.Go_. O. Srmtrt War he served .. a chaplainIn Fire rituals are still with us
colored fabric cannot be ... 'Food )Is a Bargain. a fact Mr*, '
Signs landv and Guame a big pro- 'of, Wets the U.S. Army with one on Halloween grotesque
.rain' Mtljbig' ; rewards, for stored to original colic.. that all of us in agriculturehave A_ year being spent In the Euro. ( from page 1-A) masks, witch, black e. t s.

which. ;Ivt.chn. ) all be thankful. Read label for care of fab. been stressing for. the Ma* tororico f. Couenonour peas Theater. He has served by Civil Defense and to be white ghosts. But the glamour
-- rlc., past three or four 7..... matched with
-- '- ;- -' -ThFlorida's -- -- II on the Conference Board of another $15OO 01 mystery and awe that clung
t Many housewives think WI. International Packing CO.. Evangelism\ as the chairmanand by County Commissioners can to the anaual observance has
food costs are much higher was a big Importer of meats
1 ACP Dcvclopm't as Its secretary. He cur. be used In small equipmentand one since been dissipated
than they used to be a fewyears during the time U S. Importswere ...OU7" a member of General for converting near-by here are very few practition."

Group to Meet ago They forget the bills rising. sharply the past Board of Evangelism located deep wells so that they may be era of black music. In today's"nlightcned :

they pay at the checkout coun.Ur few years. So. I was interestedto In Nashville and a represen.tauve used by the tankers.As space age. Super.atitioua ,

Monday Nov. 3 today usually Include a note that the romspny re. of the Southeastern Jurisdiction soon as the new equip. fear of the unknown
number of non-food Items -w ported a net loss of $2.884.000'or on that board. ment arrives, the 30 'volunteer las been uprooted by techno

v r tY' r e By J. C. DAJRD toiletries, school supplies, cos. the first six months of Rev. Duck has served sev. members will receive five two logical advances.'
metica, houaewarea. eta -now this year a period when 1m.
Th. group Is composed: of oral pastorates In the South hour courses in flre.fiahting! Of course, even the most
available& in rmark.' .
the following D. L. Thlgpen.ASC .u ports were declining. by a representative of the
; Georgia Conference includingThe sophisticated take a dim view"
s,.__ .... For food alone the averageAmerican Meat imports this year are II
N.a.N aleslN e..M .s a.e.c I. r.l Ca. W S. $ Committeeman and Su. Cherokee Heights Metho. Oqpla Fire College. of walking by a cemetery' atight.
family spends about expected to be about
prrvlaor PRSCU. James D. per dist Church In Macon. He U Attending the meeting Mon. And. sometimes when
10 per cent of Its income, the cent less than for 1943.IntemaUonafs '
Brewer and Calvin C. Dc>ue-. lowest married I and has two children.AU day night were Arcadia Fire you're' alone late at night you
percentage U* the consolidatedIces '
ASC CtwnmlUeemen. 1C. A. Me. are Invited to attend Chief Leland Cammage. fireman can hear some awfully strange
world.' In some countries) the.figure compares with a net pro. I'
Cormlck. Work Unit Conserve each service during this spec. Alee Ilollingsworth and noises and see some mighty
runs to aa much as 401 fit of $3.803.000 last when
I tlonlst. SCS. Ralph Carlton al week of evangelism. The I Fire Chief Howard Gilmore I peculiar shapes .In your own
to 70 percent and even more.< tout U. S. beef and "..11m.
Hubert Sorrell, Phllli Turner week day morning services at Sarasota. house.DOLLARS.
| ports reached a peak of l..
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and J. F. llolllngsworth. Su.penrlaors
10 A. M. will be broadcastover
Cattlemen be InterestedIn
will 479.000.000 (B) pounds
of PRSCD. W L.
wBN. of the biggest beef e o WAPO. .y
one pro.
llateher. County Agmt. Wllllam SENT
motions ever to be staged in a" A British scientist has come
ft. Fletrher. Vo.Ag Teach
single market are.*. up with another new dairy>
er, Roert nlakew E>d. ...FarmForester. TinsleysContinued 11 AWAY FOR
.. M.d.q !t. Man, Ad N..ef a4.5; ,t dls.u tw. 6. P..a.l' John S. F. ...nJa. Jr.., According to SupermarketNews development milk In cartune
County SUlM'rvYonlA andJ one of the big food that stays fresh for weeks ( > from page 1-A) J iiPRINTING

C nalrd. ASCS County Of. chains (Jewel Tea) recently without rvfriteration. It has prices that they pea on to
flee Manager and others' with ,I purcl* aed S.OOO whole beef beea in test production for their customers. Never Come EUck I

conservation Interest. I I carcasses for a special sales nearly a year and now is reedy Gerald lives) with Ms I wife .

The purpose of this meeting event. to be marketed In the near Detha. and two sons at their Let Us Do you PMRtl.1s,
I The purchase' totaling S mil. future. home 317 South Osceola .
.la to develop the INS Agrtcul.
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tural' Conservation. Program' lion pounds with m retail value Secret of the km .llfe fresh. _- _

of about > million dollars. was neas .1s lUUa.high temperaturetreatment .
which consist of selecting practice
made through 11 Midwest two seconds at
from the State Hand
look that are needed and aPe packers. 27S.3M F. compared with ordinary OFFICIAL NOTICE

Pelee L 5..s ew ... .. ..... 4As.e. Neon plieable to DeSoUt County. AU parts of the carcass paasjurtsauon of IS (Arc. 1S3.I1 FA
were offered from de hme seconds at lei F. )
Determine If we should repro.
cuts to aoupbonee and oxtails.Advertisinit o
chMab.. entire State Hand.
Democratic Con- Rout or Just the practices to of the sale .... Machines and methods which Callftt' .1 the following lM Uxr will begin at the etfke a*

be used> In DeSoto County Determine ducted la the chain's 344 Chi. have boom. talked of as .....

gressional Delegation Unanimously the initial sign up ease area .......,. was a...,.. tine ta the new...... pro.blrme Tax: Cetlrcle, DeSoU County c..rt........ ..\mad..... Florida

period for the list oroarrarawhich Included were doubte.p a ge of the aaa.million ....

Endorse President will probably" be Doo, newspaper" ..... believed to he ,tar western -fruit and v....

.... .Nt through" Jan. 13. 193. the first spreads that large table industry, are getting a Monday, November 2, 1964
LYNDON JOHNSON. Make f.eommeadsuona. foe ever a...to-J esclusively tePurpose g dad ever this week Oct. XT.M .

the lied ACP Stale sad Na. bast ) .by Cattforaia and Art.
The members of Democratic :.Congress- flail Il.at.lt.ok.Xmas of the big eale, ac. ...... AO TBAM f. lMt ar sjbjct. te la* r.u..llIC'; 4'--tal

lone I Delegation from 'Fl0rido:;'are cordlatai lit a chin> apok.ones.. i M.etfcBat. Los Voaa.. Ne-r. 4% If past III N........... IHI
; fraud wee %o help sxavs the current the XeMk --. gaUwrUt off
of the outstanding performqnce 0 "Patches"For heavy supply e, ...... glee ,I the -....... .--. Aasox.UUon 3% If pall la o.n1 H

don B. Johnson os President of the United Tables ronausjisrs a !good pew''.. and will .... snort off Its 2*'. If pal .la Jaaaary INS

States. They commend him at U.. ismi time make a reo.si 3-4., 'seastae be.etg ........awtste 1% If pale te. FeinvaryTa INS
to you as a ny roerncLLK. OAWsrr e .-n\) Me ........s* the 1 ...c- .......,. Read Ie-

stable efficient administrator and asa Turn a plain white lea taw event wee .hlsHly. aur+eribl.e ."II.... Bifie errs ..... aaalirel t. tie aderi..t. appeari.g; .. tM D.$ .'..

proven friend with understanding %. aosnethaatf. fv tlre. > ttttmigtt Tax RaOs.

of the programs vrhich' affect so g'ee the Yet.td. ...... i Two Irma which had aoatan ,
Florida vitally by wing p4nkl.4 ,hear* !. rutbrtchUy tajunrtsaai. to prevent oo. T1te Ana{ IR flu Fall.,. .. rvcvit tee=: aH will ... etrsaa< araaerty .wm.r fraeataKoa. payl.g;

economy, retarea' bits ea? ctaK f\-!.. at.c a LawteUn law ,1....]...t ataaMIra. sad a4.vrtsiac ro.ta. If yea e1ye ... reeei.e.

s trh aa trs--. heUa. and star requiring hnported -. to he r tax kill, ear ...ejl..1 teeter. tatfewamAlleet. W ..,...... t.......' t.A .

.. Needs p/t. Thaw dip these AwtUna a..s> Labeled.. to that effort. are fee ,ellti Sitas A S-UM. ar caB at Tax: C.idertat'a Office at U. c-u.....
dJ ,'; .." larch sad Iren ...... est UK j p.elwt to ha.. afraVM. their

stet here. and there. The ...... Arraetla. Flnrila.llaajn .

': ''', ,' Vl 'f) MardI sled heat era .-.... I tey hot ........ .... saw .

to wake ... e.barsl .uta law. .-.. ..... Peer. wee ... 0CTIce : MesWay ......# rrwa,..

/ ft' vC'"ocrafn 'b3! { 3r(' adhere UOUl they are pan..! ,......u Iu..L The ..-. dIe.e .
.. .
eT Whom hoiniays are ..... ws.wd t aetre lrrihautlpRe.tlee"

.' ,. .e'v"" ......... .. lauetdry the
ad sew er .... ....... ..edensttl clean. bet ... ptalssttita sere .S.i. Caoaatj. FL tda.

.aa..es..... -n i ... ___ ,_ I prat Ira reedy .... pay ......
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i IW plate, ) .r.fMaaO resat 1 reran that ... a< JIM l U&a.
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TIlE ATtCADTAX. Arcadia, Florida, Thursday, October 29, 1964 I-C

I Pine Level News DcLoache and son of Tampa

,J lews From Ft. OgdenMRS. j I I"I plan month to be here.with her mother I ITCHING. ,

MRS. T. E. MIZELLEMr. Zula Williams drove to Sarasota I It looks now as If we are LIKE MAD?
WANDA BARNES amon attended the football and "Mrs. Marion Santln Monday to visit their doc I' going: to have our first cold G.t this doctor'*formural1
game in Avon Park last Friday and children Kitty. Lisa and tors. Mrs. George Cunningham ,,'of the season Will be a relief Zemo
Mr. and Mrs. 'Vernon Collin < night. 1'qy |Robin of Fort Myers spent accompanied them. from so much heat since I externally speedily caused stop htr:: ::..t.of ofv7cma.
are the proud parents ofa Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Johnson a, Sunday with her parent Mr. Services at the Methodist I':spring No rain here for sevenweeks .minor ikin irritations,nonpoisonous *
girl. The young lady's nameis of Punta Gorda visited and Mrs. R. J. Flint, at their Church, conducted, by the pas. I and none in prospect I insect bitn.Dncniitimnerve
Verna Kaye. last Hickory Ford Ranch.Mr soonFill. wuli nga. Kills million*ofur-
Mr. and Mrs. Del Boggess tor. and Mr. Gerald Taylor I .
Lewis fa.lerms.: akin with
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt arrived -
here Saturday after Saturday evening. and Mrs. Harold Lilly were heard by. a Voodly num.her Z.m ..-Liquid or' Ointment.OUR .
Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Whit. and three children of Sara. of people. Several 'visitors Cracks And :
spending the summer monthsin Canal '.tlt ota, of ------- ---
aker and three sons of were Sunday guests from Nocatee. Arcadia and I II ,
Rose City. Michigan. Point. Fla. have recently mov t: JY her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jesse I Englewood were among them. '
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Barnes I /
> $S IF
in Webster Friday and ed here. Rev. Whitaker is the Ker..y.Mrs. : Mrs Eloise Page returned Holes Better
new pastor of the Church oi t E. G. Sellers of Arcadia
homo I
Saturday visiting his parents brought her sister.in.law Mrs. 'where:she Monday had been from since Tampa she, HimtlM lib putty tbrdms Ma... aV1LLGo. : YOU
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Barnes God.Mr.
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and Mrs. Fred Westber Owen! Keen. Englewood to Pine
left Duke
and his sister Mrs. Ann Harris.Mr. Hospital Durham. ,
and Mrs. Darrell Steeleof ry of Tampa visited his par. I I I Level M. E. Church Sunday N. C., where she had aurgeryseveral j PLASTIC WOOD'T READ
St. Petersburg spent the ruts Mr. and Mrs. W. W. West, i I They spent the afternoon with weeks ago. Mrs John e Q&w-A.e.pt 8ufcetttutx '' FAR IFE ADS
carry Sunday. Mr and Mis Clyde Holllngs-
weekend relatives here.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Mooreof worth and children.
Glad to have Mrs. Brooks
and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wal. Rose City Michigan have __.40...:!....- Mrs Lavunia Harris and
arrived here after spending Mrs. M. F. Miielle drove 10Wednesd..y
worth all from Michigan at .he summer months up north. Pamela Tiffin, James Darr.n (c.nter) and Doug McClure Orlando. on bus.liMas. .
the morning worship serviceat ara .nJoylng a night Club act In this .eon. from Universal's"Th. .
the Baptist Church Sunday. Mrs. Jenny Leppola and husband Lively ae';' romantic drama with a racing car
All visitors are invited to of Fort Myers visited ground. They star In the color film with Joanl. back'I I Mr. and Mrs James F. Mi.
attend. Mrs. Christine Kohh Sunday and Marilyn_ Ma.wsll., Now_ showing at De Soto ache of Riviera Brach spent
evening. from Thursday night till Sat.
Mr. Freddie Thomas of Ar. I
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Walworth urday evening with his par
Mr. and Mrs. Alan
cadia visited
visited Mr. and Mrs. Owens News ents. They attended the Arca
Barnes Sunday night. ra Gilbert of Peace River dia-Venice baltgame and call.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Tal- i
Heights Sunday evening. ed on friends afterwards in
*'. bolt and daughter Beth 01 Mrs. Geraldine H i x of Marion Sara.ot.Ir.. and Mrs. Jack
Marion. Ind left Saturday.Mrs. Ind. was here for a few Mrs. Joy Barnard. Mr Sam|! mess meeting A covered dish Waters son Jack Jr.. and Mr.I w13, i R ,
David Bowls and daugh. Jays. Mrs. Hix was a dinner McDowell and Mrs. Susie Brewer I lunch will be served at nooaI and Mrs Lorry Lynn and son
ter Jeanne and Mrs. Paul ,guest -f Mrs. Roberta Thorn attended' funeral of Mr I'I All ladies are Invited. Bring Samuel Keith of Bean City
Hicks returned to Indiana with ton last Tuesday R. J Yoak. who passed away your own table service. were weekend guests of her
them. his home Satur- I The Owens Home Demonstration .
suddenly parents also. While here, the
Mr. and Mrs. David Dur. I
The Civic Club U sponsoring day. Services were held in Club met lat Monday ladies visited Mrs. Lot Jones
ranee and children of PuntaGorda
a Halloween Carnival here the Methodist Church of Cape afternon Oct. 19th In their and daughters Miss Sarah
Saturday night. There will be spent several days with Coral Wednesday Oct. 21st. club room in the community Gwen and Miss Mary Ellen
plenty of goodies to eat. week wlr. Henderson Durrance last Mr. Yoak had been a mem- center In the absence of I from Ohio, who were In Ar'..
spooks and fun for all. Come. ber of the faculty at West %Mrs. Dawsey. Mrs. Charlotte cadia settling Mrs. Jones' mu.then TRESP
Mr. and Mrs. Jonh Albrit Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Dodd Elementary school In Area Wilcox conducted the demoonatraUon 's affairs.
ton. Gregg and Gary of Pla. and children have moved back *. I
dia. teaching Science. All re. on Management" Mr. and Mrs. lUll I lolling*.
I cida and Mr. and Mrs. Fred here from Fort Myers. Bret his passing Mis. Vets Thlgpen gave her worth of Arcadia spent Sun.
Grady and son Freddie of Ar. Mr.' and Mrs. Charles liar Members of Mt. Ephraim report of County Council meet I day with Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. PRIVATE
cadia visited Mr. and Mrs. relson. Claudia of Fort My.in. Church attending Peace River ing and future club projects llollingsworth. Jr and brother .. PROPERTY
t Earl Barnwell Sunday.Mr. Air. and Airs. Francis Fa. Association annual meet- and activities were discussed.We David.
and Mrs. Irl Boggess. tany of Arcadia. Mrs. Benia ting held in Tee fc Green' are glad to have Mrs. Mrs. Arrenla Wuthrlch was "'" ...
Sylvia Lanier and George Win. Huckeby of Cleveland and Mr. Church. Punta Obrda. Thursday T. F Varnadore back with us the dinner guest Sunday of
and Mr*. Elmer Thornton spent I were Rev and Mrs. Bud in our services Sunday. She Mr. and Mr. J. U. Martin in
the wekend camping and en. i Gillett. Mrs. C. W. Pearce. Is staying with her uaughter, Owens. Y
REMOVEWARTS joying a get to gether. I Mrs. H G. Johnson. Mr.. Janice | Mrs. M J. Parrish: and familyin Mrs. H. W. Keen and Mrs.
Mrs. Lorna Butler and son I Brewer. Mrs. Ray Stroble UrownvilleAlso ---- - I
Richie of Wauchula visited her I and Mr. Bill Coulter. glad to have Mr. Rot. challenged each one present
parents Mr. and Mrs. Morton Mr and Mrs. Ray Stroble lie Cox with us Sunday morn. tie answer yea Lord. S
Livingston Sunday. drove over to Sarasota Friday Ing. Mr. Cox attended our We were alas>> happy to have Ns
morning on business, return. church frequently when liv.
Ralph Harris of Dade City Mrs. Kinney with us for our
spent two weeks with his ing ,home about noon. I log In this vicinity evening service ''Sunday and tiA
Amazing Common Compound Warts Away Di.soives grandmother. Mrs. Connell Mr. Harmon Jchnson and' On Sunday night we were all others who were vtttllng Phones
Without Cutting or Burning and Hev. Connell. son Buddy were over from privileged to have Miss Janyce In our church.Mr .
Doctor warn picking or iKTmtch-, Miami for the weekend workIng I:Smith and her mother of Noo and Mrs. Frank John AVAILABLE
Mrs. Ovida the
ing at wart may caua*> blood ins;. spent In their young grove.! They i ate with us speaking to us and Mrs. Ifattle N. Wilson of WA 8-8501
prendins Now amazing Com- weekend with Rev. and Mrs. came late Friday night and of her work in Honduras and Arcadia called' on Mrs. CUrs
pound W* penetrate* into warts Connell and took Ralph back returned home Sunday morn. I Ilne. f showing slides, showing thebeauty Stroble Sunday afternoon., The EBERSOLE PRINTING CO. Or
destroys their cUa.actually melta home. cf both Costa Rico Dohns have Just returned to
warts burning.I away Palnleaa without, cutting color!:.or** Rev. J. W .Connell plansto Mt. Ephraim Womans Mis.slonary [where she spent a year In lane their Winter''Home from Shell Oak ARCADIA FLATH WA
Compound W. wad a. directed, preach at,the Gardner Bap. Society will meet at I I jguage study and Honduras Lake., 'Wisconsin where they 207-09 8-8311 J
remorse common warts safely fist church next Sunday the the church Tuesday Nov. 3rd I I where she had served. thewy.ars. spent the past si* months.
eflacUvcly, loaivea no ugly cars. morning and evening worship at)en ..m. for their programs Her messages were In.. Their friends are all happyto
services. i from Royal Service and bus- formative and Inspiring as she have them with us again.
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fl 81 130* 99,Thr-odt .$,1 .'94

Long Wear
,. $4.98 $5.99 .

t Now just in time with these ..

l values. Thrifty shoppers will stretch their.84 ", eg. $10.98

dollars plenty. There are bargains FAMOUS LABEL

every department. Unconditionally Guaranteed a Orlons Wools, Blends ,

PAYS TO SHOP AT EATONS Wrinkl. Hang Out HOUSESVAitJfS e AllortedStyl.. $8.88 :

Sixes 28 to 42 TO $3.98 < Not All S"..

._ Broken Sli.s $2.ooLEATHER
'Nat AM Styles.
60% ON ,



WORK SHOE .... $3.29 ;
: S M L $4.98 Value*
69c' Save $1.29 '
:;. 2 for $3
$1.98 1
" Values to $17.98 Rubber Sole* $3.69SMOOTH $2.98

, Fine Fit SI*** 4V.to 12 Pre-Shrunk

Famous Labels : Colorful Lo"g Woar Assorted No. Print Only, ,
j Petites Juniors 28 to 44 Washable>> 10 to 44
Trim Fit ..

I Drip-Dry Fabrics FITTING :


1\ $6 a- MATCHED 79* 4 WINTEI'

AND $1
$9 SUITS SJx 4"4'" r COATS


1 Reg. $5.96 Value, Valuo to $ 1.9'


NOW $S $12

KI II A Flue Selection. of DiscoMttauoel
t Vat Dyed Boot Sail. (

SLACKS $3.u Pockets Perfect Fit $2.9* Vat.** 1 All\ Style. *, ,Broken SJao*. :
1 Ac****** Style* $ IJlJ Net AN CeI.n.
28 to 44. TOM o*..sj Cray / I
, $4.98 $5.99 ...... Siso .

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'2-C' 'THE 'ARCADIAN, Arcadia Florida, Thursday, October 20! 1964

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Y rroil C 9fi u1ture : Long Mr. ZIP Distance Moves I ovesTo l City] '

ZIP Coded Mailings l Parcels Faster Business Mail SurgeChange

Frost Line y yTa. five PiHCod.. Pattern
With Skips Sorting Stops Building

yr 4cFarmers Mr ZIP ,haa
a newassignment.to
Accelerate !ita 4 growth of business mail and the move to urban
and Gardeners ':: dramatic change In the
'l about a
delivery of long distance .areas have

parcel: ,post by 24 hours or Post Office's construction program.>

,Benefit From New Service more.Postmaster. l The folksy. newsy letters from Aunt Matilda and
General John 10 of the 72
only percent
I The old saw that "Everyone talks about tit A, Gronouskl has announced bZSySSSStuM that up the US. Post Office Depart
N./d..l .l tw .1l b..I.Insid. set
'Breather, but nobody doe anything about it., no rat,..'. er.c trf+...le.! ,a..dtb.ebxk toft nffla wu apMMd In plain to distribute b Tyler Ab.'i. A.M.4 S r..ar.t.r this
:: year.
longer applies to the Post Office Department. ubwrb.. W..bIn.1.a.: D.C. /la UM UMobw. 1M4. OM .l mujr In****. outgoing parcel post by C.as.L J,1 : meat will process
..... ._'. el.YS a, :" .
r. dthe-fro. P..ldt "o dJrh'' fa b..t Ibl. -.II
I t J&&fs ZIP Coding the Frost Line I .I. N I.w..t ..,1. __Intal suit e<<.. ...... _C _rd.. ..... ZI1 Code In the Nation's beet r .a.ena "".tst r..d.Y.M Ninety percent of US. mall is business mail.
In doing something about the weather, the Depart, Kt fOtt plus InolbJ ....- p..t r. Tb. anit in l..o.ur u --'-
| I c1"r.:: =shopplnc n.,.,. largest post offices. These : popu1&tIoD'baa offices contracts are awarded
ment Is offering a boon to farmers, nurserymen, offices ,account for more Since 1900 our architectural
and to qualified
:truckers and businessmen whose margin of profit de-' than 50 percent of the total multiplied about two firms to draw up

'Spends' ,.to a great degree, on beating Jack Frost to the Postmaster General OnlyPh. volume.The Mailster Routes 78 a half million times to 100 from million.roughly J3y: plans for the building. Postmaster

:-'.market.. program he said. not On Increase the year 2000. If the present Oeneral Oronouskl has
Dubbed PROJECT: A-for only speeds deliveries but reduces the Department's
? growth .continue continued
eases"-aarge cardboard rate of
!!Agriculture-the new program D. Ever ''In Cabinet.Postmaster damage to because
parcels -
boxes In which smaller parcels Mallaters. the three wheeled there will be more than 330 policy of encouraging the
'consists of speeding delivery destined for the same sectional of fewer handlings In red. white and blue postal delivery million U.s. citizens.It architects! to exercise 'Initiative

.of*mall order seeds. plant. center are pooled for mailing :_0.981'.1.I John' transit."I vehicles, now are used is expected that 83 per freshness and originality
'.nd food product by" ZIP Ice with a major In public have made commitment
-to further reduce parcel Austin Oronouskl. took! offlce on 12,000 routes. Ten thou cent of the population will live in their designs provided they
Coding parcel according to post damage. September 30. 1883. lie..Is the finance. lie was awarded his to President Johnson to revitalize sand are being added. in urban communities and keep 10 mind the basic functional

.the movement of the Frost Upon Its arrival the pool only known member of a Pres' Bachelor's Degree In 1943.: hisMaster's our sagging parcel Putting a footcarrier in a only 15 percent In rural areas. use of the building and

LIne.'Here". case would be immediately: ident's cabinet ever to hold an Degree in 1947 and post service," Mr. Oronouskl mallster I gives him wheels, In President Johnson's ap- the always existent factor orecoDOlQJ'
how A works his Doctorate' In 1953.
Project : earned Ph. D. aid. the "Great Society: In a building' constructed
opened and the contents delivered gives the patron more service, peal for
A farm or a nursery ship Its quickly to the ad- The Nation's top postal executive -: lie entered "1 envisage a virtual revolution I means economy' fon the Post he noted the need for increased for government use.

perishable product: *--flowers, dresses nearby communities. has gained a reputation -' the Army Air "In the handling of par Offlce Department. and adds services in urban Frill Out
shrubberies, trees, vegetables.seeds ceis.
This method saves) time en- g4i smiled administrator. Corps In April comfort for mailmen. areas. Frills which unnecessarily
i etcby parcel post. route by reducing the number educator and economist. In I of 1943 as a "The" success of the program. The millions of people now "1& will be the task of your Increase construction costs are
ZIP Coded according to the
Mr. Oronouskl said
of necessary. post offlce ban- conducting the far UDC" operations IIY-I private and on Mallster routes receive 6- generation to make the AmerIcan
frost lines announced
the Weather :Bureau. dlings,and greatly reduces the of jive Post Office De- later served asa "hinges on public use of ZIP day parcel poet service from city: a place where future' out.Wherever feasible the Department
Code numbers In addressing
In filling order from customer likelihood of d.maswhlch partment, be runs. In Navy' navigatorwith the same postman who delivers generations will come,not only I tries to follow the
packages, as well as! the cooperation -
traditionally has Increased parlance a tight snip. the rank their other mall. to live but to live the good
*. the mailer breaks of firms that mall architectural! pattern of the
with each handling. of First Lieu Trucks and personnel previously life." he said.
postal he sub-
down these weather cone into The budget parcel post In large volume" comm nlty. Provided other
ZIP Code sectional: centers, to President Johnson has called muted to Congress in Januaryof tenant. After 24 combat missions Explaining how the used on parcel poet Use of the malls has accelerated postal needs are met. It Is
for the best In the Theatreof program routes are freed for other Important four tunes. fast as the
which delivery Is made directly. possible>> postal 1964 foe"Dseal IlIeI was European operate> Mr Oronou.klpointed also willing to cooperate In a
from his local: post offlce. ,service at the lowest possible MM million under the estimate Operations, he was discharged out that ZIP Coded duties. Mechanized population rate. Most, of the community effort to rehabilitate
The result Plants are received :cost. j'roleotAgriculture.and made 4, months ,..rU.r.n In October of 1945. routes in areas away from the Increase is attributed to busi revitalise downtownareas.
parcel post bypasses largercities
two congestion of the city canusua.11r' ness. It Is now estimated that -rs
days: earlier. pool easing are Just newprograms reduction was achieved I
where there
Is heavy
Educator a be expanded to of all domestic mall
,. Doe. it work? The, Jackson recently Initiated by without eliminating essential mall volume In poet offices and : percent While It Is concentrated In
'. the Poet Office Department. services,and within the framework Mr.Oronouskl taught public more people as the suburban Is originated by commercial
and Perkins Numeric, of Is routed directly to the sectional the big:cities the building program -
t Newark. NJ.-the world's Scheduled Parcel Pett I of safeguarding the llve- finance, money and bankingand center nearest its des areas grow. and Industrial organizationsand is) not confined to those
Mall carriers are cot required 15 percent Is generatedby
I largest nursery and the largest Ihood of career employees.As related subjects at theUniversity tination. areas.
At Mr.Pred- to carry: pouches which the public In response.
1 Lansing.Mich. of Maine
at Orono,
rose grower In the United major 'projects of his The P- program encompasses
; rick: Belen Deputy; Postmaster postal Maine, and at Wayne: State Fcntcr-Sofer Deliveries can weigh up to 85 pounds Five-Year ProgramThe
:>gtates-are sold on the pro.gram. + administration. Mr. when loaded. In northern a total of some 4.70O
Oeneral. recently supervisedthe Ironouskl has taken action to.peed University Detroit. Mleh., and Post Office Departmentnow buildings,.of which less ,than
I j t They: have found-In shipping start of A new program forshipment up parcel poet deliveries statistics at Roosevelt College Delivery thus. Is acceleratedby areas maUsters with beaters are being for alma to build poet offices 100 are plannedfor. the. big
much 24 hours, equipped
ef automotive parts, !: as especially *
Evening School. III.Toxofion .
/ Chicago
nearly a million parcels and. to cut down delay''and and mail handling plants cities.
using ZIPCode and pool..... for packages which !winter use.
tog perlahable that damage to the malls.' The overall coat for
an where the greatest volume Of new
In many: areas of the,...,.- CommissionerIn travel 300 miles or more. And
f' estimated threw handlings are Under his leadership strides mall Is concentrated. space la estimated 41.1 bil
tIT parcel poet shipments are since fewer handlings are Involved
t, eliminated bet.eeD.the point being scheduled that. mad have been made In Implementing February 1959 he became the possibility; of damage U.S. Sees Mail This Is the essence of the lion. Some post joQces wouldbe
of .nulling and the point of so 'President. ,Johnson's. program research Director for the Wisconsin Department' 5-year program bulls under federal owner-
is reduced.By
be told
1 receipt, when the parcels era can when they can Department of Taxation ExplosionThe ship. requiring' direct
cop barring discrimination Mr. begun in mid 1984. to halt athreatened appropriations -
way of Illustration.
their to be de
expect package*
a ZIP Coded according: to the and assuring equal Job oppor- and In the following; year hardening of the ) from the Congress.But .
Oronouskl said mailed
irreet Une.- livered. In many: instances unltle for the'Department's was appointed State Com mis- a parcel U.s. Post Office .Is in the arteries in the Nation's postal the projects planned
f' And 'the Jackson and Per- next day delivery Is being ac- 9O,000> employees.f sinner of Taxation by thenGovernor from XXMI Angeles to Alex ,:middle of_ a mall explosion.' system. through fiscal INS probably
andria. Virginia, without ZIP
kina parcels were received tn complished.On Tbe preduottrUy of clerical Oaylord Nelson. Six billion more pieces. of mall Much of this space is needed will be built under the Departments
Bep t at Annapolis.Md. Code must be halted enrouteat
almost record Ume and la excellent ..Mr.Oronouskl announced! help.. booaterf.4 J percent Infiscal He Is a Catholic and U the Cincinnati further soring. i will be delivered this year than In the larger cities. Cities Lease Construction

.. COndIU9Dt ." 19S4 over. I960, produe- fiat American of Polish de- Prom there It Is sent to ,, were delivered only 3 years like New York. Milwaukee. Atanta program.
5.4 experiment} for'achedulsd" That's enough mall to
.inS saVvtn. ,JC9 million over cent in history to achieve ago. ,. Buffalo. Omaha. Portland Boost Local
: Study Group delivery over about 16.0O the Washington D.C.IeC 'reach around the Equator 35 Tax Roll
Developed by a Parcel Peat square miles in the) mldAtlantio that period. Cabinet ranking. tional center and then forwarded times. and Indianapolis are Under this program the
t struggling along with
Study group established by area for I'U"NIc" The Postmaster General's to Alexandria. Motorized equipment has postal building Is constructed with
I Postmaster. OenerU John A. providing guaranteed. delivery human touch was charac: -t But If the package is ZIP helped keep postal employment buildings of BO-year vintage or the use of private funds.

I Oronouskl to revitalize parcel within specified time between tensed In a news story in Stamp Bargain Coded It will bypass Cincinnati relatively' ..table.U more. FssrnMally. the -Governmenfs -*
paM services Project A will eM post offices. 'TN.I" the UM Bcheneetady (Mew York) and move directly. to the mall explosion continues New Buildings financial contribution

also provide special Post Offlce first of many such programs OeseUe during a visit to that. The nick!.newspaper phone Alexandria through the WashIngton the total number of postal employees During fiscal 1064 the Department Is limited to paying: the rent.

I free of being developed. city ut May of 1944. The story call and subway ride are a sectional center usually ; Is expected: to rise very took: a big step to- while the owner contributes) to
charge which Identify ZIP described him as "'&be. warmest thing of the past. by' local delivery star' slowly in comparison with thesoaring ward sprucing up the postal the local tax rolls

Coded parcels as agriculturalor man since Wallace Berry :But. you can slid man a routes. saving 'as much. a volume figures. system In the larger cities by
botanical products, subject Christmas Stamps letter from Nome. Alaska, or' day In transit warding contracts for construction Sled Route=
to spoilage or damage. Wntamtin Boot- Honolulu. Hawaii to Boston. ZIP Code Is built around the of outgoing parcel post by ZIP of new buildings In <

I More than bUUon pedal Mr. Oronouskl was born Maw. or Miami. Pla. for only concept of 1M of t.beIIeIeC Code Is expected to be Implemented ,nine cities. Another 13 are Mall was still being delivered.'

I I Pool Cote Christinas stamps will be sold October M. 191. to Dunbar. a lckl.. tional centers throughout in each of these mall :scheduled for fiscal 1983. and by dogsled In Alaska .late as
The Parcel Post Study this year. Each sliest of 100 Wto. lie holds three decrees Your message can be sent a country' Mr. Oronouskl ex handling plants which: serve plane have crystallised for an 1963. -

Oroup has also devised. anew stamps. wttt eon tain 33 each. of from the University of Wisconsin fifth of the way around the plained. By the end of the as transportation centers" for additional elfin In ...M.ID Today the airplane bas"replaced u
program for extensive& ties of four designs In the Held of ___- world for mere wnn4n. year he said the distribution surrounding post omoe. most of the larger post the husky. r ;
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I .RADIATOR I :News'from Brownville I Jack Sunday Davis were Mr Mr.and and Mrs. Mrs.Da- ARTHRITIS-RHEUMATISM

vld MUell and daughter; of Do chime end JooNe talk.: ..... Wo don't fly airplanes,

CLEANINGand ru Winder Mr. and Mrs. Paul eoiI doub you cut set ant relief

Mrs. Myrtle Hitch and Jes. Mrs. Mildred TUdale and Murphy. and son and Mrs.' from arthritic an.1 rheumatic paiasfOt We can't train elephants*

sic and Mrs. Mildred Tlsdaie Cindy visited Mrs. Jack Davis Mandy Mash of Arcadia. loo STAN BACK tables or *>
There STAN HACK powdrr, UM a* dwec- We're not good cooks
motored to Lakeland last and Mrs. Eunice .....11 and will be a Halloween col. If vou do ant get relief return the
Tuesday.. daughter Thursday. afternoonat party at the Drownvllle Dap. smi i irtliae We don't build ...
s ; un **d part vest p price airplanes _
\ REPAIRINGGUARANTEED I Mr. and JoI,.. W. W. Prlt.chetl the Davis home. list Church Saturday night at will be tf""""'"..!. Sttattadi Company, a '. .1'i. ,: .

i and Wilson w.r. supper Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Prlt. costume.Mr.7:30 p.m.. Everyone come In Wubun.N.C. Well probably never go to the moon, ... ..

\ guests of Mrs. II. r. flops chett and Mrs.' 1L P. Flpps We don't alter
I Saturday.Mrs. '. visited Mr. -end Mrs. J. C.: end Mrs. W. W, Pritch clothing

WORK .Eunice MUell end daughter tlunt'Cundsy sf lemon.Mrs. *tt and Mr Ludy. Gillard New! Gillette' ft We don't practice law
Doris Ingrain of Area. made a trip to IJtle Gastpril
of Ft. Winder and Mrs.
I _. .. Ethel Davis made a business dla visited Mrs. Mildred TU- la Island Saurdsy afternoon. We can't set a broken leg
dale and Clfkdy Thursday. afternoon. The community fellowship
I Pick Up and Delivery trip to Wauchula Thursday.Curtis : upper of the Orownvllle com sum l We can't hang waUpa
.::ve;: .
Newbvrry of Arcadiawas :
Mr. and Jot... Alvin WllUIM munlty was held at the Home
MEYERRADIATOR weekend guest of his I of ft. Myers and Mr Demonstration Club house and I .4; : We don't sell clothes.t .
grandparents Mr. and 'Mrs Z. Community Center
avid Mrs* Bill Morris ana Saturday
SERVICEOne E. HursUMr ;daughter of Winter Jtsven( vis.Ited afternoon Oct. 24 and wa well l 1'e ,<+ We don't make ceramics" ..zJl .

.1.... NertN .f and Mrs George Conley. tsjvlr parents Mr ana attended." II was a covered dish I We're not

Oak ..1411.. Cemetery, visited Mr and Mrs. Sam Murphy 'Mrs.. George Conl y Sunday. nipper served buffet style.. The' t::.Sr.w: 1.:: I ".. .% painters-

PHONE WA 9-1341 Monday. afternoon. Clad I friends of Mrs. Annie MMNewbvrry afternoon was enjoyed by the ..... ....., We can't. fit shoes
Mr., Conley. Is on the road isrecovery. : of Mrs. Anitlo Mae upper and a musical afternoon .siret::
.. .. enjoyed by. all. About 'a-' '" We don't fix te&evWon
,Newberry will be glad to h .i 73 iNeat. I .- Nl sets.
susewee trisi.g
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We don't know J
i mala In the hospital a few" -- -------_--- .-. Jewelry, % *
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days: after the writing$ els ..
We can't fill
SHOP ARCADIA FIRST ...,.. L. E. Ford Sc, .Is a pa I I '!r prescriptions, ?\ .11"

tienl .t the Arcadia General FREE All Kiddies Were not farmers, .
Hodquartar For 'hospital| at this writing. A Halloween |12 and I 4 .
years I
S|>r.ily revuvrry gore out to MOVIE DE I SOTO I I underonly We don't savvy hardware "* i\: _
butte of these ladles front our
i I We don't sell groceries
Party '
community.Mrs JiWe ... .
,I James TU><.!. and ctxildrr .
I -
&UPERKEMTONE KEM GLO pave streets. ..: '.
and N.... Johanna Whs ",t
ley u of Gardner vUitnl Mr. and SATURDAY MORNING 10:00: ; We don't clean clothes >" fie ** -. .
RUB & '
BUFF ,,METALLIC PAINTS aura. 1.. U. Mathews sad son it* TWO THMItL. AND CHILL PACKCO MOVIgft' :

I' Uradcntuei on Sunday. I

ANTIQUING KITS It.". and Mrs. David IWrryhill "The Curse of the Mummy"plus I

& and son wan Sunday

SEE CROWS FOR PAINT dine guests of Mr and Mrs. "Werewolf"

Jim Hicks In Arcadia SundayMr .BJIJClassifieil ,.,. SUN C.
and VI rv Raymond Ort ,e1'. !
CROW Paint NOTICE All kiddies attending Halloween
And Furnaces of Arcadia, Mr Uavtd WU. 1 .
l llama 'and daughter' Patricia Movie. Party Saturday Morning. may also ,

j 112 West Oak Street a WA 9-2321 and lluoaM M.. teoe W ZoUSpeln stay and! toe afternoon Movie Fr... Advertisments
I <. visited, In UM Sam
( kiddies 12
JoI'irplhonw Sunday night Only years and ) :

p Lee TUktate spent the .vet".* I .

; I WORRIED? NERVOUSOver Gardner e.mot'with' UWOT: VThaUy" U: FRIDAY thru MONDAY I'

i--- Ros nos arc RaCSvO aM M Tieoi Sir oool SSSBBSBBS
Tk. North IliUsberensch) IU v If you bar. eomethjnt that
Change-of-Llf? list OureH would lute 5. ec r iMIRS PUffUSpe *--a II6 I IA I'' .. Ju.tI... our cLa-i/i ad awed..ehing. .

,... y.w -'- Get ..,...... ,...., tens aat tarmaUan to e. roe the essential Infornvatkin and they writer do tK

, .whAlIfteCW- ____'. aadid.. this to .*lte wvea k4 nrvtcee. They. are at Ue having efturc s I iN1NCAa ...... a-il..ids .... r'eenaenahi.' too. .

I I I d.take a .p.tdot. ....a..sl welt rwtvat: It statlea Suady COLOR

l I. sad/euenLydta' / IL MetAaaa iftap Mtft. tbe lvx Ja sMfhkMen t
\.w. \_.....d-d 1.
f Dent dread tkee .....1act7 ..... ..r. w.o.-ap.e4alty .. arTasAp.* rOUei tile '
I en4lees years. .f wir.ry .... Mtp w..a.w by rwI..... s.r-. IVlsU. *- i.xxt.

diseeetfert .f s.e4eai a.t isetaaally teased ,t..a" .1-..... Waky sped. to C
\ e....... waves., oeakasae aa>4 loss'- t "
lrrlte Ldy.' These. I. a save W 1a..........leers w.aa-"-' vvaecMl with tVayMr Tadal. II'
.aae H..lirteerv4 wt.kiII t.a wwr.a t-.4 wt 1"\......... sad Mrs. W. W fritct I etglVINQ- Tt4&.M&la ot' .oUT" c { l't'LOfttD4 I Irwa1

|.ve Uteee hat.......Mcks ......... catl -.e tlr+..... tall e v tMfte Mr, aW Mrs Nee. I -
I stees. s.rvs4ASSMesesiiay as 700...a t1 SAM watAws e atty s.... I vat Batswr ib'oaalj susjit.Ur +...r eeeep bewday -..... M _?.... W4 Des
t life ...u..... ****>.. r .taktlUy U eetk4. aa.e ; tsvwtlLAeM1a
'.... eetc.. were ke i as ....... $ ..... ......... gas e1Mt alt sad. c, s4 Mrs.Brews .........'I -

(ate. cafe. suU saaUM.. ., ..... sad. g..t ...... *. .... ) and. efcy .f .i.,s.naa. : > .f Latw Show o.e...
If r*. .re g.4astkrwurk tks snaewU. VM ees_ feel batt.q. Mr and Mrs hmatwd 1u.y c SaturdayTH ( -P.. It..ya.Loe

.=:c.eleat naaje slrefair. .!> Uet' gTntVt I If 'of',a.atra.a ....... ..&s .c.uauM.THaMUMMy-+ e. wA a-.Mi MrA -.
tke es -ie> \ caUe CLVDIA ........ uc. WI', and Mrs. I
; w.N' ...... Ne swk gw, E. PtNKIlAU "WEREWOLF-
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TilE: ARCADIAN. "Arcndia, Florida Thursday. October: 29 1964 3-C

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... I'I I oClI.J:1o ::J'u,. I I I' Four' ChildrenOn
<< Ii
t Old ;mer Mystery Picture Honor Roll
Mrs. Myrtle Vick Correct Choice I 11 II'I '
Mcvidsy. Oct. IB ers stormed onto the field for 1 i At MemorialThe

I University of Florida pregame practice completewith ,''III'
/Mrs. Myrtle Vlck was cor nice Vick New York; Alma Dear Sir: I I coach.' They gathered at following students of
rctly named last week's oldtjfner Norrs. Arcadia and Allen My name .Is George Latimerand tile SO-yard line, This week's Oldtimer man of mystery was born Memorial Grammar School
by Mrs. Bessie 3 Iloff Phelps. Arcadia. I attend the University of broke into a yell and hU,1dJ.-d'1. II' in Illinois December 1-1. 1888, and came to Arcadia have obtained the honor of

)roan, 73 Granger Street Mrs. Mrs Vick Is a Baptist but Florida. I graduated" from De I'I to their warm-up in 1912. lie was married being placed on the school
IjUrffman# will receive a three attends the Church of God and Soto High last year. Up in the press- box Tom I I in 1909 to an IIIInoia I Honor Holl according Wal.
months subscription' to T b eArcadian. does not belong to any other On Monday October lath, I Price sports publicity directorfor .: f girl and they 4 ter Banull. principal. They are
organ,..at ions or clubs. the UF newspaper the "AlllJ South Carolina said }'hllt have, six children 19 Carolyn foster and Veronica
I Mrs. Vick was bout March Ho: kre.iust: delight is filing J I I go 13. 1890 in Worwick.: Ga.. anywhere any time. about Saturdays game with I 1 Other knowing members of great Krandchildren. ton Johnson. Jr.. and Connie
Worth County. She was the She says she even will fish in"(South Carolina. the press said. 'Oh. yes it is." : lie is good] Rucks, grade six.
a carpenterand
fbrmer Miss Myrtle Harden .s the freshets after rainy weather I thought it was very amusing To the ever-present cry: of : I In order to qualify tor the
likes to fish
Sbe moved to Florida in 1920 along; the highway. And and could be used as an I "Gator Bait." the Gamecocks I as a Honor Roll students must obtain .
){ter marrying Henry Vick.acid every chance: she gets she's article of Interest in -The Ar- went through a normal pre- I hobby. 1 straight A's in all acade.
has been a resident h re dowel on the river or Horse clllLha n". game w.rm-up of punting, I Read the clues carefully mU studies, bund and citizen.
ever since. C-eek or Englewood where Sincerely passing and hne.C'Ontacwork.. I I and if you can ship. Danull said. lie defined
}Mr. Vick for many years was ', ever the fish are biting. George Latimer I And then things started hap identify the Oldtimer. .A.." as having\ a numerical
employed by Sunny South i MRS MYRTLE VICK She has eleven grandchil Freshman UFFd. pcniug. i write his name and value of 05 or above

Here. He died in 1926. I II. dren and lives at her home on Not-: This Clipping was I The punter fell flat on his ,I yours on a postal and -- -

I. 4 They. have four_children who i I are Opal) Coker Arcadia; Dor- North Arcadia Street. ._ enclosed in George's letter: i posterior while booming outa mail toTIIK AK<' \U. ALL PURPOSEI
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FOOTBALL FROLICS long one the back dawn-
-South Carolina had the tables -I I field to return the punt took | IAN. If your card Is 3'IN-ONE OIL
drawn and i i.-* correct
I News ArcadiaGeneral turned on them in moro'''a flying tumble into 4 hedge Ii' t1's 1
From Ona
recoixo 3-
than one way on Florida Field i i' a hsllbsck leaped onto an months subscription! Oils Everything
Saturday. First they took 81, end's back and they flew pig. I
Tobc Murphy and a friend over the weekend last week I solid 37.O trouncsng from the gybuck down the field after to the paper.
from Plant City visited Mrs. were Lily and Dull Albrittun. Gators during the game and !I a pass ending in a jumble of Prevents Rust

, r Dillon Murphy and Mrs. Mac Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harvillwere HospitalADMISSIONS second they took a six.minute loose>> arms and I legs as the ball !, FINAL CI.VK': UGUU.-OIL S'UY-IIICTlIC Noise
I \ Albritton last week. in Tampa on business trouncing before the game f.r I reached them. :
,*Guests of Mrs. Becky Fox I, Monday. a trick which the Gamecocks On a statute of liberty play "
I during the weekend were: I II Mr. and :Mrs Billy Walkerand originated: six years ago. with two halfbacks coming a.rcund 110 made his \\.jy lent to top YOU CAN GET

./' Mrs. Minnie Albritton and',' girls have moved to ZoUfo. Shirley WIlliams Faye Collins About six years ago. the : to pluck' the ball from I Hy small jobs never nhirkinjr; I RELIEF FROMHEADACHE
I Viola AJkins of Okeechobie.it SuMe Stokes:: Darren Peacock Gamecocks submerbcd hapless the quarterback's' hand as he j,
r s. Charlutte Showers o f I I Mrs. Doc Albritton of Okecchobec -I i Maxie Pollard Betty O'. Clemon in a prrgame cere faked a pass, the three collld He takes a job and doesn't atop PAIN
Tampa. Mrs. Mod Henry and visited Mrs Mac Al Dannon. Sarah Mae Douglas mony the likes of which has ed' In a flying jumble. "
Mr .and Mrs. Revlon Hooka:' britton recently. I 1 I Myron Skipper. Missouri Carlton seldom been seen by running In other action a pair of'' And keeps his boys a'workinir. STANBACK five you fAST riHsf.

and family of Myakka City. Dillon ana Jack Murphy and I' Le., Hill. a fake team of Clemson Timers linemen played patty cake on from pains of tissdaths. Muratvia.neuritis. /
and Sgt. Donald Albritton and Royce. Albrittcn spent .two Susie Stokes. Elizabeth Skin. : onto the field and putting\ the line and a punt return I I --- -_ --- .and minor paint of arthritis
Bill. '' trays, last week in Indiantown. nero Sandra Butler Maurice them through a "warm.up' of I specialist fielded the ball beau. they tell what the A.D.A. U msinnttliin, Btcauis SfANBACK
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Stewart I I The Donald M.rcvr's have 1 L. Taylor. Pete Craft Otto I impossible maneuvers and foul tifully with the top of his head. contain several medictlly-sppreveii
and theme are : far
have moved to'' this week In' The whole thing only took SWITCHING: ? prescribed intrsditnts fat
and family built utility shed U.r ack. Janet Atwood Janet ups. |t I PrrsidemlksP' Is f repel rou'an take STANBACK will
Homeland.Mr. Phi Gamma | about six minutes, climaxingas
their yaru. Adair Elsie Williams. Sidney And Saturday confidence. Satisfaction guaranteedd i
and Mrs. Ernest Itar- I' Mr and Mrs. Louis Cockern I I Da re 11 Lowe. Delta fraternity did the same i the I'hl Gams, at a signal I Just the Finnish way of saying Let doctor' formula slop It.

, Till and boys visited in La- and tamely returned last week I Steve Coker. Clifford Kur. for South Carolina I I went Into a formation spelledout Goldwatcr. fur President sticker I car.besldea 7emo speed. soothing relict l.> etIcmally sTANSACK '
I Belle last week with Leona : from tl"hiA&"u. About hour before .FIJI bowed and dashedoff ry sucti a bumper I .ra.na .ny
I II relmeyer Geraldine Lowe. an game I' 1W4.' cauied' Hvhin of etseirM. i 1 i iT
I Willis. and family. ,! Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rainey 1 I j: Mary Jane Clark. Orval Sloan time, some 30 Gamecock PI.y-1 the field. the Uoldwater minor rs,he*. skin Irruaitom, mm* uW.dr.1
Guests of 'Aunt Becky Fox !carried I Mrs. Leona Kainey to And all during: the warm- Victory' on my car. The Finns .pt*.on .M.. I imect, t>1I_ I De,cnMit/e* I svsrl01 _
'Lake Wales Saturday. She will I I Annie M. Hancock. Judy ; up they were cheered lustilyby are right. Let this be a finish I nerve ending. "-. Kill nnllin of*urface ...
be working there the rest ot Wertz. Cecil Tatum.DISCItARGES. Moria'I the few South Carolina for socialism, big pending, hot aerim,aid. healing. ) "1)......."
l LEGAL NOTICE I I I'I and booed with and cold. wars as we have had .k in withemo. ,t.ituM| of Ointment.Qukk 1
fans attending
'the yc.r.MI' : feud(. or ........1 I
for your money
License since HWO no jobs 2SI 691 911
and Mrs. Baldy AlbrltI : the same enthusiasm' by the
'.IN THI CIVCUIT CCURT Of TNt unto their )!; Wendell Howard Sandra Gator fans." Americans. -
are building ;
red I I
AMD IOC OHO CO COUMtV, fkOKlOAIN home. I Southwell. Vynetto Justice Marriage licenses were issued Let us boost the tariff so
': CASs CMAMCtSY MO. IS.4JI I Mra. Mcd Henry of Myakka 1 Fonda Barfleld. Noah Newse. this month from the office that foreign made merchandlse .
sun to* DlvoaCIEOWAftD City visited Mrs. Becky Fox ,I' Paula Henry Irvin Westberry.'Maiy of County Judge Gordon Dear Editor: selling at I prices below
A RAZlM. SR.rrmf.fI. : Mr. anti Mrs. Oob Alorttton. Brough Elaine Hays to the following people: American made gmids will cost
.. and Mr and Mrs. Baby AUorttton Susie Stokes KennedY'j David Edward King 27 to What I cannot understand Is foreign manufacturers more/
\ ANIMVf- O'.n'>. MA2IM. Sutiaay.Mr. I ker. Shirley Williams. Margie Gertrude Martin 36. the choice' made by L-MJ In I money to ship Into America.Let .
MOTICt OP fUtlrCATIOM : and Mrs. John Woods Faye Collins, Sarah Mae of Arcadia; Robert Lee Camp selecting Humphrey as his I us: rut out some of this'
STATE Of *LCMiDA 10 I Douglas Dave Hayes Sidney Ulsnno. LaFaye union terrific& aid. spendingand .
MIN.. f>. MA2IMAA4S and family are moving bask bell 2 to running mate. Even men. foreign
Soutn Clmlon Avonuo co Ona. I Hill. Cecil Hollingsworth. Gross 22. Arcadia; George Or. Democrats and liberals, heslt. spend more of this moneyIn
e..wyn You _111._nowby.. notified Mal I Larmar Harrebon and Dar- I no Juestst. Myron Undo> Davenport SI and Dorothy at. to vote for LDJ becauseof : the U.S. Ever since FDM
c..-Irr.f for Olvorco: I.o_ been fatal,. I vin McLeou attended the races''1 Wllie Reeves. DrU.1 Eugenia: Peaflcld. 19. his running; mate. Should ,and liST have w. spent man.y .
"">.' A..roar b/ y.'r. SR..I.waond m trio, Cv-L U. 'Iin| Tampa Sunday. I'I Elizabeth Skinner. Brad en tun; and Wesley Page Johnson suffer another heart '. fur foreign aid until It Is

1 Cot,_of tno Twvlftn. udxtol, / I i Mrs. bathe Farsbce and nan.MaUMi Taylor, Darren Peacock. Jones. 19 and Sonj Lie Ship. attack as he did only a fewears going higher and higher Why
CwnW njit"" tf'. Ido.... CHoncory in arxl toss and CVjcta"oTKio you, : ct; Avon Park visited Adair. EWe Williams Miss. pen. 22. of Punt, Gvrda. before lPeo It may bo We have KM prestige abroad
.. .. ... I'I'I .1 ourl Carlton, Jaunlta r 0 d. I
o/o .r. .."-d to w. MI tf> Mrs. Lela lUrrelson Sunday Humphrey as President, Clod we have not stopped wars and
BtomtMt. An.. ... 1'A Wo'xf. of I 1
Maxle PoUnd .J.ucUi. Calkins.
Olo low...... at VVOCfO. iCHtS.SHITLStU. and they all went to Arcadia forbid! He la definitely a dirty riots abroad we have no
..ota I. .OKfMOt-4 rb.do.. :2ISS.o cacv...oftr .o I, to vUlt Mr. and; Mrs. Dock FIC Spotlights fighter and a hatchet man and I we have only poverty..pe.ce'l I
,. .. but because he In this country. Then
your on r or P-8'. en.i fI. Itodcers.ilr. II not only that says It.
_yoiv off.or>..>nol o'1 _.....CIea of"'M.CNsun i and Mrs. Mabry Murphy Overseas Jobs Minors WorkingIn helped Joh"01put through why support the rest of the'
c-t Oft a be'_. tae I I.t derC and Gene and Max Ttlpp "'. Civil nights bill Is the world* As to the fighting In t.
o*,. 0.c-.b.o Docontorod .. I9A.P, Cows If feu a fed will r m boa and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hartley AgricultureMinors reason for hio selection. Did I Viet Nam. ate, why not let
A 09- v... .red rw" co... visited with Mr. and Mrs.' Open to Women h forget, and this ls not a the UN lake. over and allow the
mil k. ro 01._...f...e.qM r. _GOOd..oc. ..-.. f n you earTh eon !John Payne and attended the working In agrtcul.luce smear statement that Hump U. S. soldiers. Jo. return horn ? Prices start at $395.04Wcekloy's
oMoiure" .vincuto matrtool races at Uradenton Saurday. actlvlUes took the spotlight rhey. formulated the A.O.A.AmerlesirM LOJ U for petN, say,
WITNESS: .I.Y lewd oM .Ifry/ MJS. afabry Murphy and.1, Secretaries today by the Florida Industrial ,.' ( .. for tv mocytl but S.OOO soldier of the USA
\ f-,lstrt"I-.xVC:...Oclet>*r, .Io4. I Gene were in Ft. Meed. on I. Commission.. Action)? When voters say ue"l I were sent eo that country only
U Clork. of rno business Sai&irday.: I II I open to young women with F1C Chairman Ronald B. are voting for Johnson recently We know little of Home Furnishings
Sy ALPHA 1 UIzt/ ,: secretarial experience and good I Spencer. Jr. pointed out that, ho .Is less dangerous, thai what really goes on there and
..' ) I shorthand and typing skills the Stato Legislature seta a,fjrovos. they must be r."n.1 the deaths' of United mates' f> .."!*. Meik Avea.e WA t-o40l

WOOD 4CM S. WMITCUIL : DcSoto Citrus I It was announced today by the t I6.year.old ago minimum for 1 the wrong newspapers are 1 f soldiers. r
OHVMOMAtorr>ov. for f>,loir>tiff Florida State Employment Ser. employment of children' week.Ilnc t a..Uto read facts about Get out and vote la put the
2187 S".f AM. f>. o .... 50e5Ar. : I, In agriculture during 1.Johnson and Humphrey, 1 social& Security In Us own
ota .p Nor. s. feelTHERE'S 'Reported to Be vice.The applicants must be sin I school hours and this applies Hubert was a screaming "11.bersl fund. su as lo protect the elder,
". !.!:..!:... gle at least 21 years of age', also to migratory workers. i I' but the party has .rod. ly. helpless widows, blind etc.

American citizens, without de-1, Spencer said that fcUrn! ually: modified. his views but t by protecting this fund. II hoa'been t1iIiwrAIuIIir:: : ] :
NO 'In Good Shape I pendents of good health end may legally work In ...rkul.I not his withdrawal front the t' in the Federal (general I

| character Appoint) ..arts are j I lure outside of school hours I I A1KA which .Is o KncleUstlefnrvenvent : funds and If this I t.rrltleI
I MATCH FORTH Florida Citrus Mutual. In for two years with good solar.lee or on weekends. slid .......Id.'.. In the UJI. Ilia aloe I ponding continues. M we have f
E their crop report for DeSoto and housing. I But be cautioned. If they ore : would be an Immense vie, seen In the post few year,
County says: Trees are In Interviews will bo conducted" under U their place U In the i Story, for Hoctellam and CecniBunlam. I.. will be bankrupt nation.NegUter GAS I
MAGICTHREE good shape at this time with a by Mrs. Beaulah W. Mean at I school room when school U In I & fta who Is the eat).. vote and protect your FUEL '
healthy color. Moisture is ad. t'I the Florida State Employment session. mist In this campaign? Read '
: quate although there was no(Service 20 S. E. 1st Avenue,I I All states have child. labor.1I the September It editorial page,I country.Year.. for 0........'
rain from Hurrlcsno label and Miami. Interviews w.l bo con. laws and many states have of the Chicago Tribune and I... Trewtel
a good shower would be wel. ducted- dally from .:OO ...... school attendance laws. In ------- ---
of 'Q 00010." ''to 4:00: pjn. between Monday,I I many casts the employet rtf:I J /s
"Oranges, as a whole ore 1 Nov. B through Friday., Nov. child labor U also ands the REFRIGERATION
'clean with no Insect problems ,30.: I U. H. Department of Labor, B TRAVEL '. BABY
at this time llamllns are show. and Use Fair Labor ....adard.Ate .
ing a good e loe break but are .
very smalL There .1s some ex. Stenographer at renting. out t h o | survey, WEDDING SCRAP COOKING
evss splitting In Mainline but teams snake lAsportlong Ut the 0
this condition is about noro/ial field from time to UMSX open.cer ADDRESS
In ether varieties. Grapefmll Health Unit sail thai all hats Employ: MEMO .j i 1 HEATING
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are small but not as mu as reported In other areas. Gets State Post to be of ......... to empluyeisof BIRTHDAY PHOTO
No buying activity' la reported I mild I.bar.4 to wall .
sine the Oe. t esU I where, anal. hew. r
Carolyn Prescott of ... De. l1heIwft. .. AUTOGRAPHALoiMf
maw, minors can be *rilploye4, 0K
-- Soto County' Heals Unit, was l"J .
elected again this year as see. :
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treasurer of ClericalAdmimatrttlve
Shrieks retary" ,
Fiscal Itec. the MILL PR.IDaIS'thaS cl+ttw's'ruil'

t W-dhevt SvgeryKcfeBefierrs lion of t.. Florida Public Pd. ......

Health Association al the state ARCADIA STATIONERS
Palo Kneeling .del Last week In West
Steps Palm Beoefe.. H was oi rx>u*..co. ........ ,
C .M be!af --a tSa- today.Mee '.
..a-e .Insist S. ..rest b...r i v. of the local health ]1
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atlas -
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I .es. f.a.taN.. S A ftN..e.e.1 palette Keslk NUT**. Mr*, ". -. ,ion. ...... des'S Iiltcel.
___. an--sees..)...-.--rigs..-. U. M Fletcher. public health ._ hoeing S g.-4 ....
eeiesa:------.......... ....a r -*?. Csmnery. Wtcthrtct. ..... they..1... they're .....) s.... COINS WANTEDPAYING
%* a .,...- TW t....I r I tarlag, and Csrolys) Prescu4t. sTorsl.."
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\ Mayer soul Mrs Pert P. wtfl oo a. .. .. TW m.tm feoho MgAO CIMTA ,..... ________ *0-0. .. LI.'Y MICMtlo
t Sec of An.... ooH Mr. oats.! ..... drlag the .oeeabrg wUI iMI ...M ** LINCOLN CSNTS /N1 ..... ge-O ..5seer.
Mrs. 0... Jo*** of OWOSM a eoo ..... Tkeeov .-.... M ... I N ..IIe1.S V.o.- ,4.M .. tsar. _. .-. teen.Ns 14LM. ....
CITIZENS of D.SOTO OOUNTY I rUM Mr A. B. Cory' .** Uo /y >o.....< so *ttos .. i_..N ,.... N ,... e .. ... ... leer .. ttl6.s
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win ..i... a itaUo'ososj CorSMvol ES.saletb Bea.-. .. Fl.ad.NaM I ...... ... Ij4N r /eve ... .7e esie
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i %etesa/ S .dal .ght ow. sa.n trtreag. .. ..wised.. I '''.'.n Let = tell.S 'es seas .. MICdugr DIMS.t .
w ta... Lrew -- p--. ..... J'. ......u.c at wa ..1o, ....... awl Mr. t **** ..*...,i, .,. wen r r 4 nWfe ay ..,..0 .---. .-.-- L onIoM. r1
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THE ARCADIAN Arcadia.( Florida THurSaay! >, OcfoEef> 29. 1964.c ., e

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NOVEMBER 3, 1964


To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, place a cross (X) mark in the square at the RIGHT of the name of ..i

the person.for whom you desire to vote. To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot write his name in the

blank provided for that
space purpose. . ..

ELECTORSfor For Judge, District Court of Appeal LegislativeFor Member of the Board of NO. SCONSTITUTIONAL .

Presidentand Second Appellate.District, State S.notor Public Instruction ARTICLK AMENDMENT XII TO

VicePresidentVote A Group Twenty-Seventh Senatorial District District No. 2 Aa *:lM ment op *:latli *f Cu.,,ty Sefcoel I SePrlBiendnt. -

( for Group) (Voto for On.) (Vote for One) .,.Taylor Artt l.County XII of-the Proposing Constitution anamendment
( On
a-; provtdinc Superintendent of Public
t DemocraticLYNDON WILLIAM p ALLEN (Demrf1); Tl l -- -- -'--- Instruction of Taylor. Covoty shall b* appointed
-- I -1 DOYLE R CARLTON._' JR. (Dem by th. County Board of Public Instruction provided
B7 JOHNSON HAROLD S JOHNSON t(Dem) th* proposition U afflmid by a majority, .
For President J .Jl TJ vote of the qualified elector of the eeuoty
and that the county may after four years returnto
HUBERT. HUMPHREY for Judge of the District Court -: It. former statue the
I ... by same procedure *uv
For Vice-President __ Of Appeal For Member, House of i- sr:: ArA IIn..t fair._.dopUnl .

===- RepresentativesDeSoto Member of th.' Board of
Republican Appellate County FOR Tllf: AMENDMENT
District Group C Public Instruction I]
(Vot. for One)
For President: (Vote.for.O..e) -- District No. 4 AGAINST, _THE AMENDMENTNO. '

WILLIAM E. MILLER"For l I CHARLES. ANDREWS,JR.Dem) S. C. SMITH (Dem) I (Vote for One) 7 r

Vice-President, -__ _________ I-J J CONSTITUTIONAL AMSNQMINT TO

i For Write In : : ., W. A. (HILL) CLKMKNT: (Dem. ) J L| Continuity of Uovernment AnTICLS. XVI_ Propnalnc asam.ndmesl
.1 to Articl XVI of the Florida Corfmutlon
for Electors for President and
Voting. For Judge of the District Court COUNTY to provide for mans to 'Insure eontlttully -
Vice-President County Judge .1 of alaUi and loral $ov.rnm.nl l eperatlooa
Of AppealSecond -' -y_ -, w In pvriotta of emrRenc7 ronultlnc. from dbiaatar.. .
(Vote for Each) App.llat.iatrict __ (Voto for 9et: ) PMOPOSSD CONSTITUTIONAL CwuvA_ .br.nemr! Ilek. _

r.up D
Hi- GORDON HAYS (t Dem) Mark a cross (c.) mark In the "iiro at the volt TIlt AMENDMENT
I ( Jar One)
II __ !ItlUirr For the Amendment or Asalrut the

JACK F. WHITE (Dem) ___ __ _-_ -. .. NO. 1 --,
|(Voto for One) IV SSOTION SCommU .
rtl.a.w.a1-Ihnpn Ing an an of AaTrtrullur li
For Circuit Court Judge. VII of the rtorMa Coo.|iiit.k>n relating amendment. to ArlleU IV. HertInn >S ofsan
Twelfth JudiciAl.. CIrcuit LLOYD Jl. IIOLTON (Dem) to Apportionment and Cnu" providing that MorMa Conctltutlon relating to the duties *f
-- LI L LC ] the Ilan, of R.prn.ntatlvee .hAll ennaut. *f the ComraUat*r of Agrtrulturo *'ltmlaatlahka <
(Vote for 0") 112 Rrprontatlve a and the ('.".,. hall eone''ut tupvrvtaton. ever matter 1M"\nlnc\ to purr
.... of 43 nt.mb.rs and fwrtnor tiTv Mitn Uiat the Ue _Lttd..nd. the Uureau. ef .....(.......
LYNN 1.g1.Lrlur. shell reapportion at tbe 1 1071, ruiarvry --
N. SILVERTOO'nI (n.m) .rk of the Circuit Court ssloo anti Un jroorti.Ui rvAft.r.AMENDMENT .
.. .. ron THE: AMENDMENT
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CONGRESSIONAL For Secretary of St.t. ,AGAINST.....,,..' .THE. << 4 a. ., .c_ < .,, a.. / P40.5CON.TTUTIONAL AMSMOMCNT TO

F.r United States Senator (Vote for On.) .......:-0.--.... .. ._ ,M __ .. __. .. AMTJCLS. xvi.. ...
MO. S CUM Trial In bracetu e rthM/ I* Dade e*
(Vote for One) County Tax Assessor CONSTITUTIONAL AMIMDMKNT TO tir-'IVopMlnf amendment I. AMMt XVI *f
TOM ADAMS CDom'( ARTICLB XVI SECTION f the riotUla/ CeaMtltullan awthorUiMtf elvU UUiln .
R (Vote for One_. ) _jbr.n SPESSARD L HOLLAND (Dem) 7..1 OIII..e*. **< by is/Ll.furo..7Y.' '
paam M .*i +dm.nto Artl, *Vi. $.MIon fto ; ; ;
McANLY Dem) provide,that ih. b.calatur. may *lnd. the rpU THE: AMENDMENTAGAINST
CLAUDE R. KIRK .JR. ( For Comptroller = I term of the awttlnslup M the truer charged.. ---.13
(Vet. for One) with re>...aibuay for cell***. and wUvr.iti* TUB Mr.ND : '
ajt incluUta ,.....1' eeUaea) .. not nlorcthan ...- w-yt1 1.3.. .
IUD. 7.
STATEFor RAY .,Eo GREEN Rem( ) County Tax Collector __ o. CO.UTITUTI0/4f.l..0..T... TO

Go..morV __ __ !(Vot. for_One) __ yon TILE AMENDMENT AnTIOLB V. SICTION I.
SUS-OSCTION (tInrranlna '
( Gte for 0...) __ number of Judicial' Cirrultio -<.-...,....
..or ,0"ml..10II.r .f A.riculture 9 QUITMON IROWr _1",1) : AMENDMENT *M aoMMdmM t* Article V. SeelM. t..dub'
(Vot. f.r On.) R AOAJMSTJITIK J ,- ttl.rs (I f of the Vlevme Cooaiiiutloi tat rae
HAYDON BURNS (Derr) log Ib. number .f albtallrvults' to sot ....
NO.CONSTITUTIONAL I You 2 .- p9.v tWthere shall be a.f..Itelae1
DOYLE comnm Dem [ ; AMIDf>NT TO :: the nwnb.r .f ctreull. Judges re
JlOLLEY ( ) County ANTICLC XII. eiCTION .'. .
CHARLES R. (Rep) taw U ICTIONS aiding M any .straitfanerty a part d iturFeclal
Superintendent of Public Instruction (a I ... C.( ) .Iteu/I. b.fuotl.r.ral.d. d.y...... changed

__ 0 (Veto for One) S..**l Oeae. fr c..ha/ OMU. ..-Pv.peysg ,r.JJwfrot .
for Stat. TNOllUrer mn am ndm.'ftt to Article. XI I .f Ik* hlartda

n. r-.lfttnc onsenquln4 by b. to beflWd (Vat. for On.) HUOH C. fLANDKRS (Dem) J j the Cute r.C.e.utatnn+e.w 4.i relating tra.n the to Ile the mang the of.r"'::, -- \MXND"IE.'tr>: -- ..'
.t Mss eMcUaa are being sought by -.IF Eeouaty e.hMMs far plat elJ an4. Mb1 sore/. end.
e.ndldal roc a.ch onsc.. To vole few ...... tb ? *rh... ....rp.ii>.;. etfainc 0 MMttMa. ef AGAINST TIlE AMENDMENT.
rmining, .rfie.. place ere (X) mark In the .1' EDWIN : -ata ulemm ... ..--a..r e< iMift..i>.*. -..aIU;
aqvare to Ike right .f UM ....... of the eadi4atof LARSON:1: j ........". InI.v..l ,.t. !. 4S" p.r*'* par ... NO.AMINOMINT 11CONSTITUTIONAL TO
Prosecuting Attorney ___ said e.t.ndip4raturlly .,... w beside MJa.uasy
e bam you d air to tel. T. vote ferp e .. AHTICLI' XVII'
.*.oo ....... name U not printed ... the ballot (Vote for O.e)) I. 206 .... Aee"M> For Attonaey Ge...... --- - i en a.naet4Nt..t1 to Ar
write bto name in the blank apoeo prevtdod for
that purges... (Vet. fKrOne) WILLIAM W P1KHONO ( ) roll THE AMTJIDMrNTAGAINST : uaa..11 .dd/ll.nal XVII, .f She nuUu..I r1.vlda., Casatllutlos,." ..... .N as
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NOVEMBER 3. 1964

PRECINCT No. ___ .,

To rote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, place a cross (X) mark in the square at the RIGHT of the name of ..1

the person for whom you desire to vote. To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot write his name in the'

blank space provided for that purpose. . )

ELECTORSfor For Judg. District Court of Appeal LegislativeFor Member of the Board of NO.CONSTITUTIONAL 1 ..

Presidentand Second Appellate District State Senator Public Instruction ANTICLK. AMINOMtNT XII TO

VicePresidentVote A Group Tw. ty-S..nth Senatorial District District. No. 2 Ap *IMm.nt, o* *I:lo tloit *t CooatIMrioUtwtent hnl Ca.
Taylor County Prapnaing an
( for Group) (Vote for One) _____ (Vot. for One) ""' .'"'"'.". I. Article XII of the. CIu.u..ft
(Vote for' One)
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DemocraticEYTfDOTTBTJOHNSON t t'l' ; r J w stn' tl"W1'of. Tkyloe_ Owoty *li"he) .ppo4.Mhl
WILLIAM 'P- -ALLEN- "(Oem--) DOYLE_ R CARLTON. Jll (Di m) .1 ; br the County rtnonl of I labile ln.tnllvHed -, ....
: : IIAROI.D S. JOHNSON (Dem) I the proportion. to .fnrm 4 or w.,Mlv
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For President .. and that. the county mf after four yeor retttrwtn
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HUBERTHHUMPIIREY'For Vice-President I For Judge Of of the Appeal District Court For Member House of ._ ttn.I It* forFOR tarns.A.ptln4 tutu'! !by 1, \ale .. procvrfwro, ear*

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Member of the' Board of I
D.Soto County
Public,, Instruction J
District Group C
BARRY LDWATEI2For (Vote.for One) (Vot. for On.) District No. 4 AOAINST I THKAMKNDMKNT: -1
President '
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WILLIAM 'E.. MIlXER 1 D -J\ SC._ SMITH (Dem) (Vote for One) NO.' t
: =or.--.:=: -- ARTICIS XVI

Write In ---r-, _. -i.,, ., W.: A. (III!.1.) CL-KMKNT 1 : tlfcnn;) T ,| Continuity. ....Mt of to Article Uovernmenl XVI of-the. ji novels.iutmemiMli +t:-sal.r

Voting. for Electors for President and COUNTY .mutton. us pro.i For Judge of the District Court ::::
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Vice-President Of Appeal County Judge .'., __ .. In iMttmto of etnerionvy r.*ilti,*( ,......O--......-.-.5ran.

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5 JACK F. WHITE ( :.;; __ __ .......- or... NO. I I ,,->_T11fl. : AMENDMENT : ..a.(
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Judicial_ Circuit LLOYD II. HOLTON ( ) Ma Apt nrtlunmni and Venus, pra $Mlni, rturM' Conirtltutlon, reUttim' to ,--. On.>o. .f
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LYNN N. SILVERTOOTH < ) .,k of the Circuit Court oMtoa ami, ....rp Un jroota thorolt 4|
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STATE Lr.s' lp-E. AVANT : (;Dem: );T'I 1 i FOURTH!*:AMENUi tr.NT___ 11 1 AOAINHT...._ AI Till__: AMICNPMKKT_ _. __,_1___ J

United State. Senator (Vote for On.) -.. 'J. .. ..J..ICounty NO. tCONSTITUTIONAL CUM. .. TrUlo! IN AMTICL...." .....,."XVI..sn Ia .... .....
(Vote for One) Tex Assessor. AMINOMSNT. TO t, Mtie.
TOM ADAtS (Den' AnTICLB XVI, SECTION tTiffmt /'r.'x: : :: sssna.I
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SPJCSSARD L HOLLAND (Dem) ---- of Ofriee erected LesIslatn..Pr.' l
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MARGARET ,McANLY! _.._(Dem) roMe'thol the lx>'"'.''''* may .eaton. tfce FOrt TIlE. MaNDMLYr* .
cs.AUDE R. KIRK. .1R. (Rap.) For Comptroller ...... of Uto .......>....hit VMpoMotbiUty. for ...)..*. ass %inleor lttool
Vote One
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(Vote for 0...) -For' Commissioner. of AgricultureVote I QU1TMON_ BROWN (IXrm) tiE : : OM >l>..III Mst w ""- .. V. ........ e, fhslr.
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of Public. Instruction. /a c sad (C'. 1.1.1 .M t> h.r .On .. 1U.1d.d, a a .

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t to Arttele' XJf ef Ibe rWwtoHoto
For State Treasurer ; Con.utoU**. relating .. tho u.o of kort ofMM IUR'I'It>r A>ItNUDMN1A
Tbo rvtnatnin offleoo required by law to be (Vote for One) HUOif I C. FLANDERS (D-l) Ua4 .... O ..,.ee4 fro. tho ... 4o< of Motor
HUed ot thio oloctioA OTO being coucht by eoly D ........ for eopMol aellef J.debe.tv ....
.<.. contlMaU for oocb ofnco. To voto for UIM f fFer ether ........ pip...... .4dN1g a. nultpad. .. l T !
rwnoUiing offieoo place crow (X) mart.. In HMquoro J. EDWIN LARSON (Dam) j ...wlwr M. ........ .. ......... 1aa11aj, NO, t )
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to the right of the of the condMoto = -1 J County Prosecuting Artemey' novas a.4 .......... ........, 4Me M,be s45 M eON.T1/4T1 T "
for ..Uoiu you dostro 10.o. T. vote for s J....,, I. .2.s.. /
..*.... ....... iMuno U not prltttod on the boUo4.wrtto General i (V., .. for One) A44 aaM s
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Utot ....,...... (Vote for On.) WILLIAM W PinHONO (Dem l.) ron nig AMrj'DM.lAOAINJIT -! 1 ws S
For Representative. In eo...... : EARL FAmCLOTH (Dem) J JFor TIll AUJlHPJlWIT

S.vonHt CoNgresstOAol. District J ] c.-y Np. .

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State Superintendent. o.* >. .uol c *nvcLK( X/1 Nt: AW l.r "!fT
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NOVEMBER 3, 1964


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ELECTORSfor For Judge, District Court of Appeal : Legislative Member of the Board of NO. S *
Presidentand Second Appellate District, For State Senator Public Instruction CONSTITUTIONAL AHTICLK AMINOMINT XII.. TO

VicePresidentVote A Group Tw..ty-Seyenth Senatorial Di'trictVote District No. 2 App.l.ta..at eleellen ef CewMy. SnlpertajtondenL Os.

( for Group) _(Vote for One) ___ __v ( for On.) (Vote for One) amendment to Taylor Article County XII of-the Propoatnc Constitution a*
-- that the Superintendent or Publle
I f f1 ... providing Instruction. of Taylor County ariaII be .
: appotntod
Democratic WILLIAM P. ALLEN Bern) -rl l -'-'- ---
-- I1 CARLTON. JR.n( i by the County Board of Subtle Instruction pnr
IY: DON : --1 H HAROLD ) s. JOHNSON (t Dem)-Il vMed the proposition.. ta affirmed t by a majorityvote
For Pre J J J of the qualllimi. elector of the e* ity
'BJ'OHNSON3J ,. -l and that the courtly may after four years returnto
HUBERT I For Judge of the District Court .... Its former statue by.the same procodur' ouvjlned
For Member
House of --'-
For .- Of Appeal "-- ::: ,for doptlnf JL .__

Representatives Member of th.' Board of
Republican Second Appellate DeSoto County FOR THE: AMENDMENT
Public Instruction
I BARRY: LI>wATER District Group C ,
(Vote,for,One) (Vote for One) District No. 4 AGAINST TilE AMENDMENT
ForPresidentWILLIAM -
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E. MILLERFor I CHARLES O S_. ;;. SMITH (Dem. ) I (Vote for One) NO. 7

Write In ----r-J _.:-,,,, -- JLJCOUNTY J W. A.' (HILL) CLKMKNT: !( ) Continuity of Uovvrnment AHTICLI. XVI_ Propnalne1 ansmendm.st
I to Article XVI of the norlda Con-
for Electors for President and .
Voting. For Judge of the District Court Dwm1 litutlnn to provide for means to Incur continuity

VicePresidentVote County Judge ....... .... ._ of iiaUt and local. governmental' oper.UaS.In .
Of Appeal period .t rm.r.. ( for Each) Second Appellate (Vote for One) ritOPOSBD CONSTITUTIONAL... r!'..u..e<1_.by-.!nmy- ,_*||acki.fOIi .. .

-District Group E CORDON HAYS (Dem;) Mark a rroa (AMINDMINTS a) math In th* square at the THE AMENDMENTAGAINSTTHEAMENDMENT
: IiTiTI ,(Vote One) n Amendment ItlUItT riMt,. the Amendment or A.a'nt' the -r']

= JACK F. WHITE ;( ) ,_ NO. I _
(Vote for One l.) AnTICLI IV SIOTION' .SCommlaaloner
__-- A..ertleMmeM. -rrmpn.ln'(; an amendment Id *f Afrtrullur*. Uut/a-Pro9.sl.d/
ForCircuit Court Judge. ArUrle VII of the nurMa ConaUtutlon relatingto an amendmenl to Artlel IV. flection/ SS of th*
Twelfth Judicial.. Circuit f.-OD: R. HOLTON ( ) Apportlot>m.nt and Ceneua. providing that rturlda Conatituiton rlalln to .... dull* *f
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' H ill 1 the llou> of HepnraenUtlvee Mall errant' of the CommlMlnrter of Agriculture elbaleatlag
(Vote for One) 113 Jt..pr..y.. and the Bnala. thai I conautf hi* upovrliMirt ever matter pertaining to p*b-
4) members and further providing thai the lie.: .land. and the Mur at .t IewnlgrsUen.
I Ij UrfKUlure, ....11 reapporUon at Ux Hit. r uiarewaloa
LYNN N. SILVERTOOTH ( ek'f thrc rt eat every ten jrer.. Uior" lter.AMENDMENT I I
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I ; i LU i STATE i T LESLIE T *E. AVANT" -(Dem;T I 1 P"OJt J1IE: -i'--1 AGAINST' -y..r+.e..w.r-.r. 5j\MENDMENT,..r | J JNO.

F.r United States Senator (Vote for On.) MVI
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t Trial lit bra*** eewrlhan*** Dad nPrvpomn >
(Vote for On.) = Ceu'ti"ToJi:; .....Ow--- CONSTITUTIONAL AMINOMIMT TO ,.-. *: amendment t* A Mi'*I* XVI *friorlda
TOM ADAMS 100m.( ,ANTICLK XVI, SECTION 7 11.. C*::tltMtlciM. auth.rkl.g elvU UaMa
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L HOLLAND (Dens) r .
Te* e of Offlee ereetad by laLLLe.' -FTVpoem
a. **>e UmeAt to Article. XVI. tterllon Tto I
MARGARET McAN1.YDerr_ provuto thai the .....UUlur. may .tend t eter. FOIl. THE AMENDMENTAGAINST
[CLAUDE R. KIRK JR. (( ) For Comptroller q Ak -ill'-
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(Vote for One) _lUi reanaajiiliinty for ..a,...* and ualvorcitte THE
last tncludln< Junior relteajea) .. Sot more .
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RAY C. GILE2fDens) CollectorVoteerpne CONUITUTIOJ4f.l..NGM..T
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(Vote For Commissioner of Agriculture urroN. t--"E .... (Uem l) AGAINST niE: tag *a> ......:me... to Article' V. IMectton ..... ..+.illwaallluUeei >
(Vote f.r On.) Fl .. .. .z.,. ..".. ...... .. II) of u.. t'l.lvlel* C*. wrrooaumber .>
IHAYDON BURNS (Dem) ln. the .fJAIe'.' tlrcuiu" .. .*! ....
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'I| CONSTITUTIONAL AMCNOMINT TO redurUon M :number of =. jud) *e r*>
ARLES R. HOLLEY (Rep) ( ) County ARTICLK Mil.. SfCTION : BUS SECT/ON. aMttntf lat any ...." fermetty' C part *4 .> Jud-
1 Superintendent .f Public Instruction |.| adt < trial. clrrwii.. .11.erealed. divider clanged

-, (V.t. for One) .....l .... Pee CaoHalan o.u.y...,.,......g lJJn. -- _-
For State Treasurer ameMlnMeil to ArtKU XII of the ra-we
law be tale Cofke itoU [The office required by to .
remaining =-IDom-1
(Vote for One) HUGH C FLANDERSCounty ( ) the revtaiuo derived tree the lie [filled: at this election are bela- out by only .
J J1-1 for .ptul outuir and VetH ""'... oawladdtn
cadidto. for rocb office. To vote for tbeeo ether arhool. ...'...... a ei..tb,aI ..te AGAINST THE: AMENDMENT>
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(remaining office place; crttea (X) mark In O.e) J. EDWIN LARSON CD.m) "' p W""C the awa'-r .f idrwtl.n uaJV.
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I square to Ik* right of th* name of the. caadleUto tore lnlere rsie p* l per aaJaaMtary > CONSTITUTIONAL ,AMSNOUIMT TOAMTICLC
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I p ire an wfcoee name U not printed on .... belle. -----a -- (Vote for O..) I. 2000. ._ _. AddNIeaa/. Moshe i4 a.eir.a ee Ae.ernd1ay. ....
For General -- - _
[write his Mm to U>. bUak apac* pr.vfr.r fee Attorney : ;;;; C*>.iclilwlMM XVII ..f Uo Viepxelwe rtorhiLa; en CMutauUeet ootendmetMUrto le Are

tINt puepo (Vote for--One- --) WILLIAM ) ron THE. AMF.lmtEn rr an ........., .e ; : ;nJ WD'l "I tarn C-.....
For a.rnentati. In eo........ EARL rAtRCLOTH (Dem) J | AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNO. :w aeeu.r..f-ipdature lb.A47.wliSe rweee Lwa11hN.m. by JMal N.-=

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For State Superintendent. ,mt PubUcInotructioa AMTICLJl All. StCTIOM S

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TOE.( D. BAILEY (Dean) ...... t-J tart be e......... tee ....../ ..a.y NO. ,SCON'TTV1IONAt
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'F., Justice of the Supreme County CsmmleeienetoDietrkf I ............ ..a aeeafrn.ree .. Aruelo IX. _.Na
Group No. 1 For Floriete PM etcftiiiHoeCemmiseiener No. 1 .. of .. 1l.Ma Couwn.. ,........ le ......
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(Vote for Ooe) (Voto for One) THE AMENDMEfTAOA1N9T fro.. 10 M 11 7esee free. J.m.a.7 1.
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1 TIME: 6 cents per word. 6-C! TTTK ARCADIAN. Arcadia. Florida Thursdr -. October 29. 10C4


2 TIMES: 5 cents per word per issue. FOR RENT | MOTrCE ,J tN YNI COUNTY juoacs COURT IN r to tho Federal Notional Mortgage "*- ,
| CARD OF THANKS The DoSoto County. Board of County: .AND FOR De OTO COUNTY, rO.ISIAIN Sociality Charter Act having it*
-- -- CommissionerB will. .. receive sealed, brd I I i : [ I II pTnc.pol office: in the City of Washington 1
at their October 3 3 or more TIMES: 4 cents per word per issue. FOR RENT Two Bedroom 1964 ot moo A ;:: = the followina'' j I RUDOLPH ANDERfi." 0-.real I tiff avid JULIUS/ EDDIE HOATON and t
Home I The kindness and sympathyof equipment: I I NOTICE TO C.IOtTO' BRONNiE HORTON his wife. PEOPLES I I
Furnished ouslde City
neighbors and friends In Two |tZ> 1'65 dump truck with the,, TO ALL CREDITORS ANO PERSONS I > LOAN COMPANY OF WAUCHULA I 3 Miles West of Arcadia' Just
1m Its. See John Parker WA following _Iflcot_: I HAVING CLAIMS Utridd Corporation. <
40 words inch. OR DEMANDS I FLORIDA a I
Display at per -3431.! I our recent sorrow will always Equal or equivalent to: I I Icubic I AGAINsT SAID ESTATE: and JOHN E. McLENDON and MARTHA off SR 70. Low Price' of $.350i
.. S yard dump. body, %" cab)* You I wife, defendant
remain with us a precious or* hereby notified and required McLENDON. his are -
Classified Deadline: Wednesday. 9:00: a. m. protector. 7 Inch double. arm hoist I to filo any claim or demand I .. I will sell to the highest' i per Acr. with Small downpayment
FOR RENT -Nice 2 Dedroom i i memory. Our sincere thanks nina tan capacity, Hercules. type which you may have oaaint tho and best bidder, for cash at the excellent
eO Inches cab to rear ..... R.I_i Etfote of RUDOLPH ANDEnS. ... of the DeSoto County terms on
House In Fort Odgen to reliable and gratitude, for all thosecomforting *- front door
Box Number Charge: 25c extra. forced frame,
two speed rear oxla ed late af DeSoto County Honda in Courthouse. tot Arcadia. DeSoto County Balance.'
couple. John Parker WA i acts.William lo.OOO minimum pound capacity the offico of Han GORDON HAYS Florida, ot 11,OO a..., an the 9th
heavy duty .springs 92O IO ply nylontub. \ DeSoto County Judge, in .... County of November. 1964. the followinamg
Card of Thanks at Classified Rates. 8-5431.. 3tfc F. Swllley and day'
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tires, cost spoke whale. 7 inch: I Court Haute ..
at Arcadia Florida within cwseritM-d property a* set forth In
daughters Bonnie Lew ....... Front e.le 7.000 pound minimum ere calendar month.. from the data I said Final' Dec:,_ to-wit, Turner Realty Co.
FOR RENT UnfurUhed I Swllley and Mrs. Bar. capacity" heavy duty spring of tho first publication of this Lot IO Block. t. Royal-Howard
920 10.ply nylon tube typo tire. tice., Subdivision. City of Arcadia, as 15 N. Brevard Ave.
I --- House. Call WA 91682. bara Webb. cost spoke wheel, 7 inch rim*. Custom .; Each claim or demand mutt per Plat thereof recorded mPlat
ExpERT PAPER HANGING REAL ESTATE tfc Cab .1 In writing. and in duplicate .No-1.. Book 6. Page. AS and GSA, I WA 13401I
.. AND PAINTING 1- ____ Engine' V-8 304 cubic Inch .. .rate the place' of .__. and of the Public Records of DeSoto
/a, profa.kwal prode work, FIR SALE larger; full flow oil filter, with' rsplocaoblO office adore at tho Claimant; .. County Florida I
drop a cord to.M,. Roymord t': FOR RENT Unfurnished LEGAL NOTICE element; oil I bath air cleaner I bo worn to by the Claimant, hi* Dated af Arcadia. Florida, this, ------
.en or Mr*. C. Kozen.: Rt. I I. Wouchulo 0 newly decorated 2 bedroom speedometer; dual electric windshield agent or h'a' ... hall bo accompanied 24th day' of Oc'_', 1964. 5.I -
II or toll' PR 3-9733 or PR wipers. ; turn signal' 1., self can by a 'ibo filing t e. LESLIE E. AVANT. Clerk. of the
3-6623 We do hong murels and FOR SALE-2 Bedroom home home. WA 8-6771 after 5 p.m NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF I ITwO''tl and any such claim or demand not Circuit. Court
no charg for.-.-.1oage. ... 4 large lot, clone In, Iota 5 tfc FICTITIOUS NAME i ) outside ._...,1.. mirrors; I II .a filed. hall bo void Tho filing too By ALPHA. EMZTMINGER JOHNSON'STREE
4d-tIc Notico I I. hereby given' that tho I 12 inch clutch; five speed heavy duty may bo added to ,... amount. otclaim I Deputy Clerk. I
of shade, orange and other uncrigned, person .Intend. to ro2ister ..-........: request Quotation on and claim form may bo obtained I (SEAU I
-- -- --- tree, priced right for quick FOR RENT Modern Apart- / with, the clerk of the Circuit full air brakes with alternate quotation from tho County Judge s Oc. 29. ,1964Grove SERVICEPhone
of De&oto County, Florida, tho on booster broke. 30 gallon }.c.. 0'.1 I
ale. 240 N. DeSoto Ave. ment. 2 Adults. Close In Readable. fictitious. name ot GROSS DISPOSAL saddle gqsolina tank. not low. than EUGENE HICKSON
3. 4. 8p 10 Walnut at Monroe.4p. SERVICE that ho I* tho only person 4nct..* below tho frame, .in addition +- ofoRUO"OLPMt APSOE tho Estate I WA 8-4243
HOMES' FOR SALE interested In said business to bo \ to regular gas tank; radiator Deceased -
I operated under said fictitious name, grill guard ..."'CI hook on front Attorney HUGH GILBERT! JONES Biddl1I; Ditching l
'In Its entirety, of frame; black. color. 10 West Magnolia/ St. ( See Our Ad In
amo the
FOR SALE Completed homeon FOR RENT: Downstairs =:d.7t.at'h;". principal' place: of busines Tho Board .reserve tho right{ to ac- ".cad... Florida I GRADER SERVICE' I
4 room frame house 'In your lot. Ceramic Ule newly redecorated apt. New of sold operation will bo ot c..t or 'BO.cfARD ar.y or oil' bids' Oct. :29 Nov. 3-12-19 1964 I Seepage I IContr.ct YELLOW PAGES
I Arcadia, DeSoto County, Florida. Shell Fill Dirt Top Soil
hardwood floor. Call col. !
Nocat... (1,200 $300 down furniture private entrance S. Wa dull Robert COMMISSIONERS COURT I
DfSOTO COUNTYH. IN THe CIRCUIT: or by the hour 43
lect: 784.4070 or 788.6633: or Oct.132220 I THC I Page
Hose to business district. He- ..
balance' Ilk. r.nt writ Toney Quality Builders Ured couple or working woman IN THE CIRCUIT COURT- -IN ; Mot,,., WOctt12: : Secretary i /L0a10AN COIINTY: AND FOR OeSOrO I Phone WA 9-1742 I
P. O. Box 68 Jack, ANO (tsa"L) 1964 I iI IN CHANCERY I
Oceunway or couple. 17 South Man- FOR OSSOTO COUNTY FLORIDA I Coo* Ne. l., 407 P.O. Box 8. Nocat... Fla. "
4 9 6 7c "0. IO.421 IN AND FOa DEtovo I ASSOCIATIOON. a corporation organized
: SUIT TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGEFlKiT /l a1.A, IN under on Act of Congres
2 bedroom frame house, CB FOR RENT Newly decorated FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN P.obat. Ftfo No. 302Z and e ..:, pursuant to tho Federal *
ASSOCIATION Of CHARLOTTE IN lit!: (STATE Of' National Martgago Association
garage extra room 4 'large FOR RENT 3 room furnished apart.ment COUNTY WILLIAM S KOCH o.c........ Charter Act having. ,.. principal:
for rent Adult only. Plaintiff NOYKI TO CRIOITOaS offico in the City ef Washington,
'lota fruit' and shade trees $2500 per month. Phone WA L. FORD and MARGARET J. HAVING DEMANDS- Plaintiff.JULIL .
FOR MINT-Furnlahd' apartrtvtnts. -1291.. 32 tic FORD hi* wife .. al N V'IIDDIt ESTATE: .
..... 'In 9SOO down and Private bath. Couples d.LndnnH; You ore hereby notified and reQuired % EDDIE' MORTON and
FOR RENT Six DEFEND to filo any claim or demand. BRONNIE MORTON hi* wife, and
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room suburban :
balance Ilka rentS only. 2 blocks from downtown. IN THE THC SIAfl Of which eq own? she PEOPLES LOAN COMPANY': OF
home. Unfurnished.Recently FLORIDA I.l.ro 1'W {Iz";. KOCH: D.- WAUCHULA FLORIDA. a Florida
All utilities furnished. :
$50 permonth. TO THE DEFENDANTS-: c oao. oo County orda corporation, and JOHN E. Mc-
Phone WA, 8-4783 or redecorated. $60 per JOHN KENT MANLiY.'' JR. m tno o'oc.o..s'o Hon GOMCXDN ENDON and MARTHA" McLEN- :::= t=
month. Phone WA Also known J. KtNT MANLEY, .
WA : 8-4034. a* IAYS. OeSoto County Judge, m tno DON. his w" -
92331. 24-Uc
JR. and DOROTHY MANLEY. hi* County Court Home at Arcadia Floe Defendant
bedroom hour with two I SOtfc w.. Who..-OSrssed.re.- -- addra.a !do wimin .,tM caNvnnor/ month fromtno NOTICI sOP MORTGAGE
and place en- date of ... FORECLOSURE
first publication of SALS. BY CLERK
FOR RENT Furnished apart, FOR SPECIALFirst
RENT Furnished Du. YOU this Notico.claim Notico i* hereby aivon pursuant to
a.raa close In mentor,. one 2-bdrm; also plex. 536 Gloria Avenue Ar. EACH Of YOU moo h._- Ih or demand rtesb.. a Final Dncroo of Farecloeuro dated
by notitMxl that a run tn rta* In In October
equity w.hng and 22
duploeat. Pall 194. and .
sleeping ..oom. private bath udla, Florida J. Pierce Itt. b*.n brought aoa.n.t you by Piety.5Af ..0" .he plot of ...........,. and; po.lcite. Chancery Case. No 10,407 entered ot the in Time Offsred 40 or 80 acres. Cleared' Land
and entrances. Phone WA 8. 1. Box 816. Punta Corda. Fla. In trio Circuit Court. .In and far Oddr.u of 1h. CSo.n.ont. ; Shall Circuit Court of the Tw.1HJuat. Creek and Road Frontage $tSO per acre.
O iot/ County Florida. In Cnancory.to be clot Circuit
own to by She Clooeent. his m and tar OeSoto Coun Name Your Own Terms.
8755, 001 N. Monroe. NE 93386. 0, 6. 7p forcckxa, that cortain rnortgaoo on ogee or his attorney; shall bo acccrrwanted I \' wherein FEDERAL NA
2 ".dr..", frame house with Pit th. follawina avicribod propatty, to- by a SI.OO: : filing _. and TONAL: MORTGAGE ASSOCCIATION. THREE BEDROOM HOMES
*"lo any such, claim or demand not so e corporation organized under an Act TWO and
-a.ra- fruit treea gloss. In t 392 feet of Wmt 7OI fear filed shall'1 tie void. Tho filing' foe of Congres* and ajustmg pursuant 100.00 DOWN
------------ -- -- HELP WANTED
== I o: SCi/4 ef NWV of SMtMm1.\ may bo added to the amount of BALANCE LIKE' RENT
--- 17 3f ,
Towmriip South Mono claim and claim form may' bo oto- ----
FOR RENT Io,'. LESS a port( of land ... .0...... front .... County Judge. of-
--- tnv Soutnwomt corner of Mid f.... 15 acre Grove Mostly mature Mae estimated 1200
2 BEDROOM HOME HELP WANTED Needed at I loncii bomq dotcriciod O* bow DOROTHY .. KOCHa FOR ALE by OWNER Boxes of Fruit Ready to Go now
Just out af town.KIt.heft once -- Full or part time ninQ ot tno Soulhw corner of Snecutrbi. of .... Estate of ONLY $26.000
Rupert Smith abj land and Norm WILLIAM
: running
Agency I S. KOCH. Deceased
Furnished man or woman to serve Wet.klns I ISO tea/. rnonco Cot IOO f ot. Attorney,: ...,* E. Purvis; 1 arce with" almost' .w-twa
I Inc. Almost New customers. In Arcadia.' niwico I00South. I ISO f..t. ttwncoWv Oct B-IS-22-19.. 1964 bedroom frame tieme. Kitchen 10 acres of Land Good Location.
*| to ...- of baomYO&
Make An Offer.
deed Wall and. Cardan furnished two porches.
21 South Detete Avenue Spot. Good Income. No Investment. NOTICE _
$60.00 PER MONTH AMI HEREBY SUMMONED. ARCADIA, DfSOTO COUNTY Additional room easily, add-
Set hours. FLORIDA
Write C.
ILA.I .' your own
FIEQUIMtD f OCTOBER Jo 1944. NOTICE W here- ed. EBcellent far .garden,
hone WA t-1S21 .
R. Ruble. Dept. O 4. P. O. lion anw r or clofonao .. by
I vi.CorroIOin ; given that the Board of County horse, calves. ete.
_.... Country REALTOR
? filed .
ogot. Commissioner .
_. will receive sealed beds
-0 h 2447 Memphis y_ In .... Obovo _...... cause .inIli. for One Electric Typewriter on Nov.ember living 5 mlnutee from town.
I o/fwa ef tho Clerk. of tho Crcwt IO. 194. at 9 Oo A. M. at Only $ .750.00. or a% off 12 South Polk Avenue WA 9-6571
I Court: ot tho COOT moose In and for tho DeSoto County Court House; ASSOCIATES:
LOOK MISC FOR SALE Oeioto> County, Florida." In Arcadia'" codes ,......., with tho following foe cash. Te won call BETTY AONEW
I _.. Florida or before tho 9th day 01Novomt'.C Si.c.lkat.n, ,, WA a.1521 a.8. I JEAN DOWD
---- ;
---- ,
194. and to serve a EQUAL OR. EQUIVALENT TO .
copy of your aid Answer- or defense .One Executive Electric Typewriter, -- -
MOBILE. HOMES FOR SALE: Small decora upon FARM, FARM AND. HAYMANS. 1" Inch Carriage' Modem Typ.tplo.
"Io"ff' A'___ _... 1/33 .
tve tiles 200 colors and pattern eh unit stxxmg. Opal) Gray
.-, Mio address I* F*. O. ... carbon red,. B. Character, equipped1th
10 & 12 Foot Wide 1,2 or 3 Bedrooms fur hobbyistBank eJS, Gordo. Florida, an or toa- degree over I key I 1/4 ever

10 ft. Wide Prices start states, bowls ash trays. Ice law toro. of said Florida data and a* .required... Florida by Rule tha 1/2 Tho.key Aoard:III: ::::. 60 cycl.. right motor.to BARNARDGULFSERVICECORNER

$3,200 Buckets, table etc. Instructions. ol ClvM Procedure.If attire or .. r.wOiv.ayit.. all bid*. @)
you foil no so e Oe. Pro Address two to Board oF County
12 ft. Wide Prices Several close-out tiles at. Cenfessu will bo entered aaOMrMt you ..'roe's, bee 4u7. Arcadia.,
start $3,995SEE discontinued price Ideal for for. the relief demanded In tho Com. ,ls'_. OF HICKORY AND POLK

US BEFORE YOU BUY OR TRADE gifts. West Florida Tile DIsrlbutora. pbmlt. Notice shall. ... published. ores, BOARD COMMISSIONERS Of .COUNTY
; Inc. 601 School Avenue .-" week for tour consecutive week DESOTO COUNTYH. P
4 MOBILK' HOMES OPEN 7 day a week ,.# ,."r MeeectlenFree Sarasota Florida. ly issues m THE ARCADIAN O Corner. f 4 tt
WITNESS my hand a* .erk of Ry Mo.N.yd w. =:7c..o.,
( Gift far \\hl Laitse, ) Wife aid Circuit Court of DoSoh c.-". to .

MOBILE ot Florida Arcadia, and* ,,::----1.: .Court day Is1Al) Ost.229e ........ S. 194 NOW OPEN .

BARKLEY ., HOMESHwy. POM SALE UMd. Gee Ranges .f Oc'-r.st.: O 1944
In Good Condition. D Soto
: ;17 N. (Neat U tar-lite Thsatrev! ) wa_ .hula. Fla. Oas Company. Phone WAlnut C...... of Circuit Court, Tire Discount
) DeSoto Ca.w
; a ENTZM/NGE Wo oreSTAMOAftO_ ......... Dlq..q

- -48O1.{ II.tleFoRDEsTmti ( Court Deputy v ALPHA ClerkClrrult -. ...-...-- -...............-.. TIRES WASHING 9 OIL
"BARQ/LINS i' T:11 .. ..rhr and o. _


PRACTICAL PROPERTY BUYS Service uptown T>xsco Co zzr9"FARM. IS* 5r1.e.. 0 WA B 424)

Station. WA 95311.: FARO.< .. AND "yM..S.. - ----- -- BATTERIES GASOLINE 9 ACCESSORIESWE
tic Attorneys_ Plaintiff.

; a end I bodre.rn 'Homes flOO.OO dawn ._be Is nee like rent. FOR -SALK------: -- Take--paymentsup -- p Punta o 6o.
; a bedroom CBS Home near shea.>lrvj ash) downtown on 1962 C2alxle 'orU. REALTOR
Convertible. See at second NOTtel
area. Phone WA 9-2972
i trailer from entrance ., Trail. ....... I* HOTOOV e'vam nrf a PuNiC HOMES GROVES

: t kedreem CBS Home, eemeleteljf* furnished. $.100.00 er Perk Phone WA 9- 372. :=''J1.r; *..Kttt Florida pursuant Stotuo to*.Soc on. RANCHES

4. p.t.h.. of Wr.y. L.. .-..*?. H.... "Do w. Wont Your Business You net We Do!"
r Lets with Beautiful Shade. Tree*. ** ......".ltl" ....I.... FOR SALE .:. Electron a FI.htor ; t..N.-o.r:= :: Center
:: taet Oali.Me) NertK. Do.oteAroeella
I Camera Excellent
con. : :: :;..:. '::: ': RICHARD H. BARNARD PAUL DAVIS
; ACREAGE G"OY"'R NC..... dltlon. Call WAlnut '.'121. Coal ..etn-...ay IW a.II.a1,art .d.k1. *. WA .-.MI10

FUR- :: .. t o.w.g _._ c_ _
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SALE: rugs INN any r.Kt-af- tor S .. H --- o .
: have been cleaned with llluetAutre. = county OfOi** ruivMn*) tubuw.5 or* I

JOHN PARKER Rial r I fa America'. finest. r.>aao 0 .iJ. T-o J.V. R
Rent electric JJ I rxomo Sao tfenio* 4.' .VHno
MILLIE PARKER A..I.A1uCIA PARDEB anamp er '1. omj South to*. J4. IV4l .dl
Arcadia Music Furniture Store Fa. to P..O a. tnonco N U
WA t 431 .'.W.'" 84$11 It ,Mn .,a II ...snit 1i1< '
J* IF!SO rat to P.O aj _.
I i ..- 35'. 15lea.. halos ...
FUR. SALE Ierfrtlun.: o/1 l M f.t Les 51' ,... gcLsFU'I'

Spar II....... dent condltion. {iOh.d ot.l7oo AM I.MII in so ho Cam. ., !

418 N. olusla Avenue. 1-'. Ream O* the c- C4.q
Artoariei.'" Fk -
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FOR SALECombtftotion ? .P oad 0 C VNty
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1- (*lur500 COIJSST\YH
OUAL C.... -
LIPPINCOTT M..ys w. frees Soar. --Y

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ELECTRIC S.W a.-4 i I 64 M 3 .dE

wb.e W 1a..... j 1 I GRAVELY RIDING

1 ".......tUI dl Commercial. MOWERS
fo o.. ..... I.w.a I
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1 I I i RURAL -- --- --- 1 1I 1I I I MANY USED CAR SPECIALS -

Grocery Moot M.rk' .., end I. 3 1962 Chevrolet BELAIRV8PGPSR4HWSW 1963 FORD V2 Ton TRUCK

Se"'c.' Station Plus 3 *l..iro. .m Horn PICK-UP I
On Federal Highway vrffc over 'I.GARBAGE I 12,000 Miles
400 F*. of FronHif I I
Featuring Lire Bolt W.ll. W..4n< Fr->-..r. COUNTY I $1595.oo $1495.oo

j Sror Rootn. Well Equipped Meet MorV.t I t tI I

and Store Full Stock'..*.. witH s.l.. I I ;

Widow will consider .....N ...... tin I Courteous, Experienced TUNE UP SPECIAL CLEAN BET TIMING AND ADJUST POINT SPARK dl CONDENSER PLUGS

Highlands County 01 tr do. I OperatorsFOR 1 6 CyI. $9.40 8 CyI. $12-50 PICKUP and DELIVERY

This' Long Cstoblithed ......... .nd'',, Home

Is. Priced for Quick Site! I GET YOUR CAR READY FOR WINTER




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REALTOR' : Bolt 76 FLORIDA WA $-11$6J ,

tt HO 5-4311 Lake Plecld Flo. .. 210 Soejtit. .,...rvJ A***.. Phone WA 93SO1Classified


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Bow 'TIlE ARCADIAN Arcadia Florida Thu"day. October 29! 1G-I! 1.n
InteractLists ColumnBy Bulldogs
Exchange /) _-.

Now Friday. Members October 23, the In. Keep Teenager's DIANE Out! "The MONTGOMERY Motto Martians: Private had! To Red Red Devils DevilsThe of Avon It 3 t The Build -09-' Bark" G' I IShown

teract Club held it's regular the Earthmen trapped. Any Park, pre-season pick to win 5
meeting. President Lew Ambler minute their ray guns would the Ridge Conference, rackedup
called the meeting to order start blasting .." their first and probably
tor the purpose of electing "Is that book good?" most (important victory within
new members. Students of the Most people would be- annoyed the conference Friday night
tenth eleventh and twelfth by such a question while when they soundly defeatedthe
grade were eligible reading an exciting book. 4t Bulldogs 25-0 Community Cooperates With I
Those boys chosen for membership takes self-control to answer The Bulldogs kicked off to r..
in Interact were: senior politely the Devils and held them for
Edward Maassen. Gary Not being allowed to readIn four downs and taking over School For DCTFor
Patton. Billy Sardl. Bill Side peace .is just one of the the ball to their own 20 yard
bottom and Don Southwell gripes of teens wh. enjoy a line. Things looked pretty I the first time there Is II'' shown 100% interest In sup.
Juniors Sam Deriso. Darryl little privacy. Their ,innermost bright for the DeSoto eleven, Diversified Cooperative Training '' porting this program"
Hysler Larry Taylor, Mike\. thoughts are probed and analyzed as QB Darryl Trawick car- Unit and club In DllS This 1' There Is a diversification
\. Richard Simmons and by nearly everyone. ried the ball for thirty yards'on DCT unit U affiliated with the of jobs and training availableto
Bill Spires; sophomores-Danny They feel like germs under a the first play from scrimmage -' state Cooperative Educational students," Mr. Gant stated.
Bailey Larry Ford Bobby microscope.: No wonder Mo- The Bulldogs fumbledon Club of Florid I Some of our students are
1 Joe Henry and Ray Spires. (Continued on Page SB) the next play., but Avon There are three' divisions of: working In secretarial Jobs
Park reciprocated on the next DCT distributive education.I and others are learning occ.
THE HARK STAFF SUGGESTS; : play giving the Arcadians pos office, occupation, and trade potions in plumbing carpentering .
THAT you support our B-squad football team and at- session of the pigskin. This t a and industry Students enrolled printing mechanics, or
tend their home game tonight. was the story of the first period In the DCT attend', the dairy business The state
THAT you look up !some!! juniors and buy your Christ as both teams exchanged regular school classes C"I I In the requires 15 hour of work
mas wrapping paper from them. .. the ball but neither were able morning and work at a Job I from these students each w..k.The .
THAT you understand the deeper meaning* of election to score. -- In the afternoon The work'' student's wage scale Is
day next Tuesday and give thanks for a country Fumble.itis plagued the Bulldogs above are three members of sentatlye5 Linda HinMey.! Sophomore they da is with local businessea approximately l the same as that
still free in a world where over onethirdare all night, and Avon Park the Homecoming Court They are: n pre entative, antI Susan' Yokt-ly, and firms Some have or' of beginning adults.
took advantage of about
enslaved. Just LaRetta Yarbrough. Junior RepreClass Freshman Representative' have pot job: experience, Mr i iOant I I Three credits may be earn.
every: one. The first Bulldog DIIS's I DCT coordinator1said ed In the DCT course: one
THAT you consider these words of Kant "Seek not the fumble resulted In the Devils I The community has (Continued on Page &-8)
favor the multitude it is seldom taking over the ball on the -
or ; got by- i Rings and DCT Attends Local FHA GroupParticipates
honest and lawful means. But seek the testimony DeSoto nine yard line, where I ''
of few. ; and number not voices, but after a series of plays HB I, Senior Cards to District Meet In Shcryl Sturbcns'-
Walfgang Hallbig crashed over
weigh them. from the two for the touch. I I Be Ordered 'II The local DCT Club In DIISatt..nded Tri-County Meet f Sa Named as Key
the district meeting
down. There was no conver-:
sion. I By NANCY AMA Saturday Oct. IT, at Manatee f Thursday, Oct. 24. the FHA Club SweetheartThe
EDITORIALBy The Devils scored: again In I On Tuesday Nov. 3, the Jack | High In Bradenton. District Trl.County Council! held Its Klw.nl..ponlOred Key
Williams Company will be at elections were held and
the second period climaxinga tint meeting of the ID 4.8S
for the
.r lad Friday
Connie McCormick "".,.ard drive, when Haliblg, DeSoto High School to take entertainment was presented.I| school year' at l sake' Placid Club met their Nor.
Always as teen-agers we are being constantly reminded sprinted 20 yards for the six orders for senior's cards and I There was an Interesting iinltatlon ,I to discuss their plans tar the purpose of electing Sheryl Stur-
of our future. We face the decision of building points. Again the Bulldogs invitations and orders for the i of the Beatles"" and coming year The meeting was ember at' DllS. was
a foundation for our later life. In building a foundationit stopped the attempt fur the I junior class rings | several skits were presentedon I i Called to order at 4.1X1: after bens a for junior this honor by popular
is good to build one that is strong. One that can I point after The senior cards come In I how NOT To Do Office''I aA the schools, in the council vote of the Key Club. .
In the third quarter line. main groups Style Mas. Work. I' arrived The program was presented .
withstand the beatings it will get during life. One we membersSheryl..
backer Carl Holden picked ter and Engraved Under these Officers for the DCT Club by Hard. High and .t
not to fall because have made it solid.
can depend on we I vivacious blue-
the student then I, a
group or. consisted' of skit IllustratingI
and i a
Arcadia fumble dashed
, an are Jerry Skinner president.
You know it i H expected of to build a solid foun- a blond., la :a
you den the type of print he wants f eyed' strawberry
35 yards for the score 'I I the purposes of t MA and the
dation. all orus also remember is Hay Stewart vI She also eny .
Something need to I on his card .The price of the! TtUCounty Council In party talented dancer
The Avon Park eleven '
that in all of our lives we will have some influence on I wrap. I Style Master cards is $2,25 per Cynthia Clark secretary', cular. ]:- 's singing with the DIPS
the In the fourth
our fellow mEnoVbat is up to us to decide in' whether ped period up, when game power'.runner I 100 and $3.23 per 100 for the and Pam Cross treasurer|I (Continued' on Page ft D) Mixed chorus. .
I this influence will be good or bad. Also we need to Wolfgang Haliblg put his name| Engraved Included! with the
,: consider whether our contribution to Americans and tn the scoring column for the I Engraved cards Is a printing'
to the world will be a worthy one. third time, as he dashed 18 plate which makes the cost

In not too many yean our generation will be faced yards for the score I The for more Invitations cards will much cost lower IS

with the problem of running our government the problems Final score, Avon Park 23,, cents each and will be the
of holding a job and caring for a family. It is DeSoto 0.JSuftilo. (Continued on Page 311)
now we should begin to show that we can be trusted
with important responsibilities and that we can be I.
independent when the time comes.
As American students we are very fortunate. We 51..
have all sorts of activities which bring us in contact

''I' with responsibility and different types of people ;
1.1..t A great problem which will most likely confront us g'!
as adults will be the ever, advancing threat of Communism. a y., s
' Whether we will submit to their blows! or whether 1 tA
i 5atI
we "stand' firm against their aggression will be left ups

to the way people take part in lifting this load from a
!I'!' few people. I I MARTHA JO HILL x''

, Future leaders will be chosen from among us and we -. ..
will be expected to choose those that have the best for:
our country In mind. I A few weeks ago a state Coach II -

fl, So now, fellow: teenagers, we must begin to build our ment was made that the I Chris Lovell 1s back and
foundation and America's for the future. Now U-jLhe "teachers are home"our: parents a. now living! _U a Arcadia. Wel '.Thai Junior llljth football tHmbto..n',: > their"iwa. .on on October 2O. They will play Lake Ilaclt. ''iwxt
war'from three .
Well come back. Chris! Also a wet.ome ;
{ not for miss whatrbIppeed Tuesday -
time tomorrow we may night.
junior girls took this serious who I'
, to Linda Seatford :
today. This is what we as students of DeSJMto.,Hteb And they started calling Coach now lives here.

:..\ can do for our country and fellow man. GEtbuiy:.. on Oambrell, -Coach Daddy". Some of the couples seen
your foundation I What do you think about this around town last weekend
------ ---- ...Dane Sorrella and Rupert
>rY ft ,
> > .. I
Smith" Sherry Shaw and Turn Chevrolet
BULLDOG'S m iy Quave. Cris Lovell and
THE BARK Raymond Christ Patrlcta Bog.i
...a and Rodney llolllngs. '
worth. .Jajrne Dozier and Ulll ,
. .. Published weekljrfhry* .|lu ;newspaper staff of McCleod. Hetty Gaskln and'' /

! School. lobby listed Helen tlretum'and '
DeSoto County IlIgh Arcadia. Florida ': .
Dennis Dead -. Carol ..
". and Tommy Dale Per. i| t"

Betty Gaakina :".\ Connie McCormkkEditorinChief menter,Jean Delaney. LaRetta YarDrouth 'I| s- .

= and Cindy Wrightcelebrated
Associate Editor:
\ birthdays l last weekend ,
Happy birthday to all ofpu
[Jayne; Dozier __-._ Business Manager Carolyn Evan DIe Publication !
] Martha Jo Hill '_ Social Secretary Connie Head .U counting the
Diane Montgomery .=-:' .ExchangePhotographer Mis $u Sidney Anderson _.. days, hours and minutes" until .. f
Calvin Clous Faculty Ad.... '
Rowdy CUtetnan roenes homoWhat's Met
Editorial Advisers lAW Bossier. Rupert Smith. about
_. this' we hear
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JI ,_ _. :..: Don Southwell shaving" k I.
l' leg? Virginia Parish la still In
shock ()on!
A word Of uUen'! While
the walkways are being. built y
GET AFOOD ..Jl i be cartful when walking steer
,....U1KUon. The construct
tittle betKer
work mar seem a j
son to you now, but.. wont It r
be nice when II la complete.
THe Junior Claw to taking
wd'W Chn....... Wr.p. t
FREEZER pg py.r You-r golog to need
some seen, so why not buy II pCis. p
s .
front a nxmber ef the JwW

WHEN YOU PURCHASE A This aUturday .. .,.e"1
and u.. "-gt>oU" and .
will be out. 0e on Ue
.' for theist You snignt also look I
" workjiower
VMkio heifer. is esUeotelyl
\ .r..*.*4 1st e remain aimokeef
Aaia pots on a big
-u. wb.eev. MtkoK M.edefl

UNITNew le.an.wt4..s.atAs.M. yWlMUotk Wr aM M I ,eoms in fIVe kinds of pickups Trim. n..t w.

lead 0 date tM*
( or Replacement Unit) .weft e.e..a4 i>*. As AIMS 44 Edwertfa.o Mojkry. Tree. *. t) Pickup (shewn above) ..* ... .turner StepW Pickup with running! beards fcJtw :/

wwM W V take tale ..fi cab mad. rear f.nd.rs.Th.r. are 6'/- or 8-f t bodies, plus. an extra-ten*
Any Time Between Now erne!, November- 15th .pew ssat, .o aorI ........ l lw
)*\.t llr a..4. Feed ... sewed.. M i :.ML SUptirfa body. Fleer ef heavy wood planking with fuH-lenctli' steel skid.

Yes we'll! give you obsolutely r'rff: ( Fr.: .'Food Freezer when I IMMt g.Jews. end o.-t 'strips.TaHcate held snuffy anH-rattie btches. You
order central residential Co,," +f'Condition Unit Corrod .1.1I .1U ,
you a / (new I Hael.y __ t'"g .road, ..... .
installation or replacement) for yoWltfn+from now thru Nev- I ... ,.- -.. ...-., 'smooth Independent. front suspension and 1C1f.MfJus Eet.ezl r4

ember 15. So hurry in and .ptoea'yoirr: order NOW I --. -- 4f t tI brakes. Check out a CHety pickup for your kind of .

while this fobulous eHerJostft.THi P. E. Classes

I 1 .. I trT.I.."Pbon. year 6fcttrrof d-./., about any typ of truck- .,--

Hold Tourney ... ..-- --1""lt." ....._ ....- ,
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WHIDDEN : sir ... t law ..w l.se .
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T' \- M ... t' 4 wbe., Motor Inc.
COMPANY M ... ............. Tietees.. Arcadia Company
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2-B THE ARCADIAN. Arcadia Florida Thuradav.. October 29-,. 1oUEITOiALS

.. ? YOUR I !l'bmol the young. people! Grudy Burton; Mih: <
1, -wja y, Ee aHid; to. go borne In Mitchell and Mr. Ed Qu .,
jC.it.<., ..2e Desoto "=daii were' accompaniedby Miss Annie Raynolds
: GOVERNMENT County! t1ews. the- un HI i u I
< ;;..... I -rycurts and they were: Will Mitchell; Miss Faun
31. Gel ; .. .A WEEKLY Mto $i"ie Royail and Mr. Watson and Mr. Edmund Si
I' ; Of YearsTaken and Miss
Guest Editorial ; REPORT BY Bygono Lo LoriclCJMoltzendorf., Miss Clara Bridges and Br gA:
October 22, 1904 -_peee nn and Mr. Harry Wood; kley.
The Editor :' .-'Y In'1.ie Bea ley and Mr. In the same Issue the
By Mrs. Kate Smith e L aG from the files of .jgj PJ"
Readers' Column The Arcadian, The DeSoto County .;;.- '' Elrfrjt':JjgbtI.UOD; Miss Mildred was plugging what ? ""
Some cynic once recorded this gem of wisdom. "A The Arcadian :FARRIS BRYANT News and The Arcadia Champion. Mind Mr. Charles Beas- Thanksgiving paper they 1 j.:
club is where women take minutes and waste hours: Arcadia Florida Governor of Florida leya3tizs Audrey Freeman and planned something of u .,,

To consider the 'role of woman in county) development'it Deaf Sir! ADULT EDUCATION _._....,_____u _du'uuuu_u -I,,I Mr. Robert; Miss, Smith and tories city-county back-''.._
is impossible to ignore those organizations" called l'drWilbur Carlton; Miss Mar piece as an Anniversaiythree ,,,.
"Clubs" that provide the purpose principles plans and AJ intelligent, far.seeing rat Twenty years ago man mar. In The Champion of Nov. 4, When all were Invited into I tha Livingston and Mr Fred years "after the i:
Veled at fast 1909. 33 the local the Leila Terry and Fire." It was an .
which of observing the cheese on the a. fighter plane years ago Halloween Town and out Morgan; Miss appi "
through DeSoto
2 procedures women County treadle of a steel trap will which could strike and return entry celebrated Halloweenin aIde portals were closed and Mr 'AYtbur Ford; Miss Kate gesture and the people .;,"
have made and are making potable contributions, to the resist the temptation to grab from a target a few hundred this fashion: they. were barred for keeps, C.rUpn-.nd Mr. Leslie Bryan, paper seemed to think '1'"
t forward march of this county. the cheese) Just because he Is .miles away. Today man Is "Friday evening the K. D.'s couples were paired off in MissJJaunita Walker and Mr. giving was a good time
Time 'was when only Arcadia had 'clubs' to any ex hungry. He will" understandthat probing outer space. But then entertained a large crowd of two's and thus the march began H. tangford; Miss Gertrude "Thanks :that Arcade.,
I tent. Not so now I In almost every community thereis the apparently easy to as even now, there are millions their girls' and boy friends with around Halloween Town, Martin and Mr. Louie Morgan; weathered the bad yvwellr ..
a live group of women working under a program of get delicious looking piece of who miss the tragedy a Halloween party on the spacious which was built of tents. Miss Rudy Leitner and Mr ,
improvement such as study of the threat of Communism cheese baa a string tied to It. and the magnificence of these lawn of Mr. and Mrs. W. There were five tents and t -
Parliamentary Law Woman's place in Government This rat will live to dip his accomplishments because they W. Langford where a regular' mystic well. Each tent was
Jluligion Recreation and service to those in paw In ambrosia. cannot read a newspaper. Halloween town existed.As occupied by a ghost and need .... the Home Demonstration Clubs. Can one Now far be it from me to The I960 federal census tellsus the guests who came witch. In compliance with ngulations (>:
envision a County Fair without their compare people with rats. Intact there are no less than a mostly in couples arrived they the mystic well was. k
participation my point Is actions, in. quarter of a million adults in were met at the lawn portals in the charge of a ghost and t a tt "
1 Can that same earnest citizen imagine his dilemma telligence rewards.. Even Florida whoare functionally and the> latch was lifted by a a witch"The ,
if there were no spacious well appointed beautifully though I state this plainly' illiterate. In 30'of Florida's real live ghost who greeted story goes on to say j
located building recognized as the Aracdia Woman's there will be people who read counties more than fifteen per. them and beckoned them inside that popcorn balls, fruit and
Club House Where would our splendid friends from this letter who will say that I cent of .the people are in this other condiments were served
1 colder climates gather to enjoy their blessed winter interred that rats. category. Of Florida's llliter. Oh, scarry green and yellow continuosly' and the mystic well
people are Jack '_1.Arto- S---. L.H....... 0.. ..A se.ei... N.de,W,.,
home? Where would the annual Chamber of Commerce Neither am I comparing the ales 49 percent are white O'Lanterns peepedat was an neverending source of 0..._. uts..t.r LLSa.n..r Geva.ror NO.nn.,
banquet be held or the district gatherings of many Intelligence of people with 91 percent are non.white. you from every nook and punch. Then naming the ghots -a.....5 suss.
organizations., or the cultural or entertainment the Intelligence of 'rats when In our educatioa.conscious corner and they made goo goo and witches who operated the, .
programs I'say that the who does society these figures are aston. (what. an obsolete word, huh?) "eh t-town" the paper staled:
.. the big family reunions Maintaining EveryFlorida ,
not look 'bea4 'of the bait. 'to ishlng -T but what is being yes from their restings over "Miss\. Fannie Watson and
an accommodation with pride is the Arcadia Woman'sClub. the the done' to alleviate the problemof the mystic well and the tent Edmund Scott received at TeAt '
consciences beyond I Official
That club has over many years provide; a bait, is trapping himself just Illiteracy? poles. They seemingly came One; Mr. Lee Hall and Mr.: jL 'a'
library for the county. At time| .. fairly' flourishing' pr a. surely as the trusting rat The solution is entrusted to nlgher and to dance with glee Errol Morgan, at Tent Two;
at times without a home to, .nJ{ 'tn-9Wn?,fM tlfnes.evfn that gets caught in a trap. the Adult: Education Program around and around. Miss Tf Michel land Mr. James Supports
out 01 commission. but nevtl. withpq1t< ,, red. k r..tft, pL .Ufe( Something for nothing is supported by" your tax dollar Really,* it was a mysteriousworld Morqus at Number al; Miss Annie .
that finally eventuated into i tJJ / e root's bait unless It's Charity. -' and the initiative of the this Halloween: town. Raynolds and Mr. Will President
entire county the DeS91fJ..4 qupty4'pbliqJibrary, Anything for defense is legi. illiterate and undereducatedto Ghostly things glided or so Mitchell at No. 4; Miss Carrie l.w Abe. raR-
better himself. it seeme-i.: here and there. Mitchell and Mr. Ed Lyndon B. Johnson
i situated upon a spacious lofc,'p". JlII'rrRJi".zo.( ,,7P the timate. Even payment of black.: Quinby J..J4"
mall Is legitimate; charity Is Florida has made slant Snakes: crawled over the green at No. 3; and Miss Gertrude
generous gift of a graciousi,1adyr),. a'tffvxj cttjzan; ;. lawn. Witches
) ) pl wonderful but socialism is strides in adult educatioa. switched about Martin and Mr. Louie Morgan
I The view as one enters; Arcadia: I thiAg of beauty. Lake KathWJae: fJanke.qi.Qiv it(*.flouth is the) cheese on slderably since the advent of --- ------- -

side. by the graceful landscaped, Cardan.,c9nler '11t. a the treadleof the trap that "Operation Alphabet. Through their present employees. Florida Last year 6,027 adults went
satisfying view to sight and |a .; rpaett s' will) enslave us as: it Has the a series of 100 half.hour tele. will need 65: percent more back to school in Florida to t
the dream and drive of a wpmandgtermJpedt i, I ,briqg people in China Russia and casts on five educational tele. technicians: In the next two finish their high school educa t F'l
bcrfnty to her home town whUe( "tfca,.Arcadia; ard.en. Cuba. Vision stations and tour com. years merely to fulfill the lion at night. Better than one 1
Club Center_ spells out.moretwornnrftt; wprPe etiq i 4o Why. why cannot all the mercial television stations in needs of present industry not in ten of all the diplomas it-
county.done rages coUld oe wimerj of. ipe voiumeer- work American people see the consequences )Florida and this covers nearly taking into account new In. sued last year went to adults. .l
by women to make tni.i1 ) cognljtecj as' a beyond the socialistic every area of. the state thou. dustries that will move Into Then too there are courses .., .. a.- 1.55..1.. ,_ The... D. a..I.r D.I. C....,
leaderwhfch reaching net goals In Na\onnJ:\ 'Drives;Cblef'of: bait that Is being offered them sands have been taught the rioridd. available to prepare the citizen Ce.ell.r a-... 1..v I.... C........,.,
ef Ay w..ltw.
basic skills of Mrs. I..rrvcae.
reading and Then. In
today to their order to attract
get vote Why to vote. We must all be
f !lied Cross Annual fund
Is drive.
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does the. trap have 'to> spring writing.. new industry there must be a capable of sensibly' carrying
: A higher role there is for women however, viz; the abut as in Cuba in order for At ,least 7.000 people have reservoir of trained people out our constitutional right of
practice and promotion of the three "RV of life people) to recognize the) trap !"'re .terecS" for this television from which to draw. Many of Democratic election. Along ivory HotlJo omelet elected statewide, urges
I religion respect and responsibility. The home is the Avoid the trap. Vote for Carry course s D d received work. these will be people whose old these lines, courses Include: the. reelection of President Johnson.
basic, unit! of: civilization, and there the mother is supreme Ooldwater and Constitutional books and the services of vol. jobs have become: obsolete "CUrrent affairs political Effective cooperation between State and National
I (or she should be) ; there religion should be woven government under which unteer teachers to help with through technical advance. science economics Americanism economics official' and reflects In Favorable many experiences Federal' deCMO of m.
progress. ,
Into the,very fabric' of life; there respect for authorIty you' have the 'opportunity to the television' lectures. Thou. ment. They must be retrained vs. Communism law for S have been responsible for Florida's reten-
I of parents law, and Cod! should be a living principle t dip your paws in ambrosia If sands more have learned bymerely to handle other technical the layman problems of Democracy tioo of our great military 'Installations,continuing
them all should learn and accept responsibility to stand you earn It. watching the "Opera vocations. ,. American and Florida, :devlapm, of space program. Interstate High"
Yours truly. Alphabettelecasts.. Courses history and ways protection of citrus and cattle I Industries.Florida .
floe available for night government and.. ,
up and be cQuntoo.when basic virtues are challenged Tom GaskinsPalmdsle -' has benefited to construction : : .... '.IN""'''
school also include citizenship educaUon for the programs
Aside from the television typing
or ridiculed. In that way woman playa a fine intangible FloridaLETTERSTO shorthand, and bookkeeping for foreign born. --- for schools, universities; hospitals and such other c.,1." "1i..t,
role in keeping ,DeSoto a worthy County. -c. thousands more are = -Notects as the Cross Stele: Barge Canal.
learning these skills in the anyone with or without a high We are realizing today that; /
"Men! have sight, women insight, wrote Victor Hugo. public schools. Also the State school diploma. the obligation to educate !s. .
Some day even; the Chamber of Commerce may find not just for the kids but by -
,: THE EDJTOOn, Department of Education un. High school dropout In
a place on its Hoard of Directors for more "Women In der Superintendent Thomas D. Florida and any state, Is a ma. :Increasing: the potential I of any Florida Needs President JohnsonPresident
the. development of DeSoto County." .4 Peach nehuerU. Bailey', ,and the Department of Jor cause of unemployment individual, no matter w h a t-
IJ...._ .:. ... N. Y. public Welfare, directed by and it places a burden on the age is to Improve him econo- Johnson 1 Needs Your Vote
The Arcadian Frank .lot. Kraft are coopers, taxpayer for payment of un.employment mically and culturally. Education
s. \ EDITORIAL lively planning new pilot pro. compensation.Anyone enhances his value to
.. < Dear Editor, Jecta and studies to Involve his family to society: and. to Democratic 1 November I 3rdTht '
'NNW has come and] gone, but the theme this year any age who has his state.
home accuse Ooldwater of pee many other welfare recipientsIn'programs dropped out of high school
wasNewspapers Make a DIG DIFFERENCE InPeople's 4fafre>* ore foo high for to hornfrvv .
of basic adult ed. you stay
tog too reckles to be President. : owes It to himself to take
Livesnc about|the It's for sure they do. Have ypu What better* proof of U1Jrecklessness >: ucation.- night courses and earn his dip. I f" J T eH4. _*,... --- ..... l-fir- ...... '...... ,..... --
thought number of
ever people's lives that could we have But adult education is not loma. Most people who returnto r ___
were saved by blood donors who responded to newspaper than his taking a cup of beer only' for the Illiterate. Indus. school: are surprised to find ShopArcadiaFIRST .
appeals; or a hometown merchant, whose newspaper In one hand and driving overa tires in SI of Florida's 07 C'OUn.tJ. how few subjects they must 't.
| | advertising message told the reader where the hill at eighty mph forcing ..' report a need for addi take to acquire a High school
bargains for the week could; be purchased. Yes, sn| the another'driver to dart off' the tional technical training for Equivalency Diploma. .q- ;. :
above things are appreciated services, but there is much highway"; ..ve" his own and ---
more. That Ja i simply! knowing what's going on in your l his passenger lives? We) need:
town anal. neighborhood. Most things that most' people men of of Integrity, at the head

do are affect"! by what other people we doing I had government a good opinion; for 'instance of Senator ..
what hours is the library open; are the police cracking Pepper'' having heard him
down'on ..|>ceders; which grocer has the biggest bargains In Punta Oorda; but when I t t
for the week; Is the City Council planning) to heard him In Arfiadia. he ml. .
rezone or annex land; do the lulldogs| play here or intend 1 that vulger Truman by:
out of town? Yes one of the things a newspaper tries saying that Nixon never told: e
to do I is tu bring you all the miscellaneous bits of Inform- the truth ist ,his' life. I wouldnot : .
ation that you don't even realize you need to know every go across the street te hear ;
him now, unless out ot. curiosIty. .
day-until they aren't there SEE deli
Another thing a newspaper tries to do is to bring us. @r:

you the Important| happenings. that affect your life, According to the record we .
anti that you\. should know about; and the merely inter- had a crime increase of about -...... K ....,...
citing things knowledge of which will enrich your enjoyment 10%, In 1M3 and 11% in 1MJ The big car that's as .easy machines
of the day. How long sea we stand such Caterpillar;

One of our exchange: newspapers observes: "It's goal a Democratic refused record to? The support) democrats ta awn as it is to look at. ,, +

Is to help you understand your environment, and to help MacArthur (in his determine have always done i

you change that environment when this seems wise. Into to .....b the ..- .*!., .
Another exchange paper said "All newspapers have munition dumps North Xo You're looking at an 18-foot two-ton Chrysler 300
one thing: In common: every newspaper is built on rear and Manchuria. causing land
solvency-flrnt. laat and always. Newspapers do not us te lose, unnecessarily. -the beautiful bucket seat job. Sports-bred. Hot. more clearing

receive Fwd. Foundation grants to help defray expen thousands of our American '
aea.Ve must earn uur money by selling advertisingand txyrs. a.odNo Substitute") foiVictory" Easy to own-In spite of its standard 4-barreled 383- f' .. It's the best all-uround

I, by selling the newspapers themselves. Unless we Us the Oeteber Beadera cubic-lnch V-8. Easy to own because we deal. No t
make at least enough money to meet payrolls and Digest and go to the) pgee ; designed to do tli4' BIG jobs

I creditor. wore destined for a spot in the Journalistic Nov.' 3rd and vote your' ran- hanky.panky. No dickering. We're out to please you. 'ot the best, most economical price.
I bone-yard. vlctona.Fred C. Msywf And we'll stick our big-car: reputation right square on y
To produce the kind of that the people will
I\ buy, which means also the kind that merchants: will the barrelhead! to prove It. If you want to move up The full line of Cateroillor-built tractors

buy advertising In. the newspaper' must give its readers to a Chrysler 30O, see us. We deliver -.ow. irlff give you the most for your monsy -
what they "want, not Just what the publisher or editoror 1r I M,- ,ti1l"bibether" .; you own them or hire the work
business thinks should
manager they want. =
,There "must be news ,and fraturrs' that will Interest' ;, ...,. .:....
the young, the old men women, the rich, the poor -
college, graduates and high school drop-outs. You con depend on Caterpillar mochinery

t This& means that your hometown newspaper not only i( lour land like
1 U reflection' of your community' as a whol., but you -
j as an individual. It could not stay In business without 'h c.u iJn clearing; or cleaning up, grading and

you. And whether your newspaper' is trashy or worthwhile all the other rugged jobs demand. p1
I you
yvH' have had a ban in making it what It is. ?, r
t The Arcadian has been carrying on a love-affair .with Flu ," ,,c.es Cell.. .
this n4 l cvupfcr, and f Ihq people In them for a little a man who operates Caterpillar-built
I over fort yvars.ThlA L" ."' 'f asy'" p.uwNc. tractors you kncv he can do the best
: ....,U a'' imud time to remind you that newspaper* .. reseed. 1 |ob. -
t make a big difference" In your live 1 ; Its alto a good' time t "$ rf "'ra -.I':\
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to thank) 7Ota''or'lettl"c us work with you &to make our ,
,j 1 town a better place In which to live. .: ... tit; Wft;: th nun and! machinery, are! backed by

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THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia Florida! Thurstlay.- .( October 29, 1964 -.

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'This Series Of! Church Pages Is Brought To: You .Each, Week Through The Cooperation J Of# Tfcer >ublic! :. Spirited d Business i

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People, Who BelidVe That The Church Represents The Greatest- Force- In Every Comiftiiiiityfrocatee :

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: Cities Service; .oo* r f.f __ -- EPISCOPAL' CHURCH Roberts Grady Funeral Home

.. ... CltU. .. 8.rv'c,4.Pr.' cta '% f SUNOAV : -g:, Y ;'a The Rev JEM' .Mae4e., Vler c. ,
I Meat Grocer'tea .., lie Belt% ,.;undo Schoel 11.0.: a.aa.Mornkij llia ,.: SUNDAY 2. Hour AmDul/ nc. S.rvlc. I
Fl..... Tackle. "......... Jl"0 ..... .. .r .:: x 3, ":00 ..... Choral Eucharist_
N...'... '''I/:.- WA S-81t1 THURSDAY ; L'r 1 4 W:.11! am. Holy Communion '103 H, Brevard.Ave. S-4101
Y.P.E.J31 yaw w .' r..".+ n 1 in IS am. Sunday School
,........ ,. 7:30: pm. Evensong
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.. ?_ 9.30: Spiritual HealingTHJE.CHURCH' Arcadia Abstract & Title

Gulf Naval Stores CtsMpbny.RT.aoltJV.' METH.BISTHURCH ..---:_ Company, Inc.
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Nocate*. Florida SUNDAY Bldg. WA ...f1
Sunday School 10-0: .jn. OF. CHRIST The S.rvlc. You Need
I Moraine Service 11:OQ *jaa.WKDNKSOAY ; w x Corner Hickory. ,and Whldden When, You N"i If 1
!: _r SUNDAY .
: Prayer Service tea P.... I 'Bible School '10:00 a-m.

o Morning Worship 11:00: *.m.
Van Petten & Son + Evening Worship 6.30: p.m.
Funeral" Home Evening Bible Study 730: pm -
I Bob Turner Standard Station
.. ., i."T eaDEN .AP'rl.T, .W. Invite YOU to worshIp .
tOC B. Oak Street WA --'M1 CHURCH .. with us.FIRST. Mary Carter Paint

Rev. ".,N. Ollbreat.1Sunday '
School 10 ....1 Eaat Oak St. WA S-fall

Horning Worship. 11 a.M.Trajnlnc .
Union .JO p.. .
Xvenina Worship 7JO p.sn.
Sunny South Pocking CompanyArcadia Prayer Service 7:10Smith's j..D. Sunday School.t:43 a.m.'
i Morning Worship 11:00 a...
.., Florida, SUNDAY Christ Building Supply Co.
Sven 6e1LU. Service 7JO: pjn.
North HilisboroughBaptist WEDNESDAYEv.rythlng T. Build AnytblaPrayer */*
I and Praia Service
.OUTH. O..I'T..T 7X0 p-m. WA ..2501 163 .. Menree A.i..

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......1.*... Feed* Ranch Swpalle*' Sunday SUNDAY School .: ..... ChurchIiniNGINR CALVARY BAPTISTCHURCH .

.....d.... Halter. Bridle, Horning; Worship 11cI: ,a. .. Tropical Termite Control, Inc.
VIL L AA 4-411 117 W. Mainela) j Trslaln Union ':IS ...., Highway 70 tan _
.. h Xveolna: Worship 7JO: p... Rev. Orden .Rice' Pasts Hem. Owned and Operated
WEDNESDAY SUNDAY Guaranteed Peat Centre} .......*
Mid-Week Worship 7JO p_. Sunday School t-49=. ajn. ... .. .- Licenced and i. ur.d
OTHERS; TO JESUS There's. never, been a time when the. lornlDg Worship 1100: ..m. 11 N. Polk Arcadia' WA tArcadia .n'1

Bill. Hirt, .DistributorBA1.TES.T -, "Sermonette". for the- Arcadian. by.- world has' had' so many: I in this[ spiritualcondition Evcmlnc Training Worship Union '+7JO:39 p.p.m.... ....

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Whidden. ; those W h.are really blind WEDNESDAY -- -- -
DAIRY' PRODUCTS h Jack Evangelist Pt. .r Serrtc 7Jp: QQ..t _
-.. Th. Beet Oct Soaltecf. NOCATtE CHURCH 0..0.. to the wonderfulness of God. His love: rr I. 4 .
fHem* Bellvory$
au ft.HIlUkerewcH/ WA t-tritRJvcr 8u8cla1'cheol ICrOO: ajn.UrBla "And great multitudes came unto His mercies and His longsufferrnff. and Seafood Market .4
Wervoip i i:oo mjm.Xvonlaa 4
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; Worship 740: p. Him having were the tragedy of this Is that there are M4 jt
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TUESDAY O"Afty it All Kind FUh and Sea .d.'n' t.a..n

... Prayer Service Tao p..... lame blind dumb maimed and many so many with this spiritual aifficiioh>} .A".1'i' CF!r. _R ti. ,::' 17." "."r.. Arcadia WA 271
,Pc O Moving I & Storageand Vouac THURSDAYPaaplc Service) 7SO: PNOCATEE -. others, and cast them down at Jesus In and among professing( Christians tact North Crlir Rove+ .A._.. ro

)....L Lent Dlatane* Mevlnej' tNt: and He healed them." Matt. 1530. who cannot see {heir individual responsibilities. SUJiOA> '.'- is+r ... .

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all K. WA 101 .. th nina Worship iljOO ajn.Eveoina .
... In thisa aaage' of scripture we get : Worship 730: pm General Equipment & Motor Co.
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BAPTIST a view of the compassion of the people Another pathetic situation that ex Prayer Serrte 7:::10 .ILc "M a.M- Farm and InduetrUI E Ejnla' > ...>tale ]
' SUNDAY for the afflicted and their faith In lets among' the multitudes of the professing 14 a. Menree Ave. Arcadia WA 331

., Ceurtety ef "YCMPr .ad>4U School.*49 *jn.Momtns Jesus Christ who is able to do all Christians is this matter of being .1 ... ..
{. ; Worship 11-00: ..... L' _
f],ndjy! Shell Deolers'' .I TTShUaeT Ua1.,4:4S. p Ja>. things. Today Christ expects no less dumb (unwilling to speak up for :BROWNVILLE. BAPTIST 't
'S Ale" Ha'ndl* Pam*1a Oeedyee 1v.aYtg Worship 7.M p.m.TI .
,.: and Battarl.** of us who profess our faith 'In Him. Christ). So many times Christians" CHURCH

Spiritually I speaking we ought not have the opportunity I to speak to people. I Sunday School.tfl-OO: ajtf.Morolsc ATTEND THe CHURCH. OP. YOUR

w "N _.*_* ._+ ... ... About the Savior or their spiritual welfare Worship ll-OO: ajn.Training CHOICI' EACH SUNDAY
only to have compassion for the physically Unlan CEO pja.Bvealac .
FIRST' BAPTIST" CHUT4CHRev. and then simply refuse to do so. : WorslUp 7:JO p-aa. KIWANIS CLUB
...Do. Set 0 National I Bank Shepsard SryawH afflicted and do what we can to WEDNESDAY:
; Polls'' i eV> HI..r)' Prayer Bible Study TM: pj..
M AreMI. .. aTUNTJATSisnday ,: ease the* discomforts but likewise andabme We need as Christians to first cast 5i

i J erwins DeSet Cewnty With .School S"4* ajsv.Ueralatf all be of the spiritual our Savior ?
to aware ourselves the feet of and I.
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-- ... Worship SiOe pun. afflicted and to do our part In bringing then go forth to bring {the suffering .1r'.l-
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Lefebvre Electric Service Co. Full Ooapel
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u Sunde* JIM 10:00 a. m, ...tke' c.""entle ) Aixedl Wonvaoa Club -
.'{!f A T.... Sacraq Sot Meetlnc $OO page \ If.
and TbeeUay Ma* )
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Association 4f OeSoto County SU7TDAY SUNDAY Wee O.* tt..6 OraasAvol I
Prayea Set tie* 7 PMo: MT. sundry Scnx pl 8.4 S m. Sunday School s-44 a..... ... Rare****} Hass-
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PoInt Restaurant 'Xlt'D.'rL'IDAT s.aeaa Ldwl alor..la4 X...... It Sage 1! .. ... .,.
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.,bect/ic Service $UTIUAY .N4a! II.A.mt 1f00 a. N CHURCH AA6tor M nua. 1TTiiua> 1I- a. am. 1I'.IUc' ..... L. w. C.b..% Pew I. Sbrreni l Brot. Pocking Co. Inc.
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TIlE ARCADIAN, Arcadia. Florida Thursday, October: 29, 1964 5-B
play the winners of the llur 4-H FHA MEETING I Converse, Carolyn; Evans, Ano, rnjok DJane. Montgomery and
i I arcuda hua-a-Iu. 'ame. Begins (Continued from Page 1.B) 1 Fletcher Hobby Guard Eva",; faculty acSvi.oFS. Miss Barbara
The Bombers won easily over/ Food 'Rose Hogdn., Martha Ker.ey- Kl\to!} t t and 4rs. I':. B. I
the Surfers. Friday afternoon After the entertainment the Du.ift Latimer. Connie McCor.l' Converse.SAVE. '.
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during activity period the Barracudas BONNIE COLLIER businem! meeting was called to ---- M
Sra met the Chu -lu.,.. order. Following the adjourn -- -'o" ;cr-. --- -- '= -:--:- ._ ,
I Qt r After twenty minutes of play Fifteen 4-H girls met Fri. agent of the meeting refresh. I
tog the Barracudas won over day for their second of six menta along a Halloween
the Chu.a.lugs. The Barra. meetings of a Food and Nutrition theme were served.. Those at .; BUY FACTORY "DIRECT
cudas and the Bombers then Program. The meetingsare tendin from DHS were Marian
Protection from Sun. Rain
played' the play off game The held on Fridays at the Christ, Joy Converse Kathy ,
game wasnt won easily- but Florida Power and Light "Sun. {
the Barracudas came out victorious thins Kitchen",
Miss Ellen Cantrell. Florida I B; i.
Power Representative and Light Home conductsthe Service FRESH I by

DCT PROGRAM demonstrations. The meet APALACHICOLA I .> Ray-O-Lite Fiberglass
ings are half an hour long
(Continued from Page 1B) and are greatly enjoyed by OYSTERSADKISON Awnings
in Job experience one in general the girls The girls learn the > Aluminum Awnings
related study and one in "do's and do>nt.." of cookingand r .> Aluminum Siding. Carports
specific related study Thereare some new Ideas In cookIng -
six forma the students- They are also learning SEA-FOOD I 1 Cabana Roofs Utility Sheds.
must till out including a budget I some terminology connected Call 955.8391 Collect
sheet Job attendance: re. with cooking When the courseIs MARKET I, S. LOUIS D.FERRARI
; fated study wages and hoursof finished It Is hoped the girls Phon WA 5411 i4S j Free Estimates
2361 12th Street Sarasota
will have better understand.. Years to Pay -
.j. work daily work schedule, a pi I ,
a -',=, : and a weekly- report Ing of food and. appliance __ _. _.
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Pictured above are Linda Sue vis Jurifdr1 Class is now aellinp. Barry
I and Martha Jo Hill receiving their "CoIdrTnir.;Junior Class Business Manger -
Christmas wrapping paper which the ao:''* ; is distributing the packages. FLORIDA STORY
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i Band NevIs I EXCHANGE: 'COL | Introducing .
I (Continued from. ,rage! 1"P) ,
By JANET HAYES I ther. please. I'd rather- : do, ,It
The DIIS marching band myself!" has become a,..household s
went to Avon Park last Friday cliche.
II nigbt to put on a halt.time I Teenagers- have r'difficulty AUVEIN .f
show. They first went to the finding a time and place to a
'I goal line In company front and sit down with their problems.For .
with drum cadence marchedto
I a some reason- the sight ofa
the twenty yard line preceding teen sitting quietly- thinking w .,4, t re -:
'I the fanfare. The band disturbs pad le: 'He Is labeled h L 1 'qy-r-
II then started down the field anU-socl/ or 'worst :yet.
:. while each squad dropped off pushed back into the situationhe t i-Q-' "
on the different yard lines. was trying to figure out. f : !-
Quickly the band moved into 9 K y.Florida's .
room is
A teenager's a placefor a t 1R1'
double front and t
a company
dreaming, 'thinking, or
r formed an A. creating Color In private. A 1
Their next formation was a '
" "keep<< cut" sign pr) a teen

I Suwannce river and: River.boat, while This was playing followed hates user's the door world doetfn'f lie? "Just mean wants'he .This w.ek.the, e Bulldog's.) Bark. Success Story Is No Accident !
chair in
by a rocking a corner of It for himself. throws the spotlight on Lew
/.I whkh they played My Old Ampler, charter member and
Taken from the Chieftain,
Home and the school
Kentucky president of the Interact dob.
' the Alma Mater High School. '
song Lew is an outspoken popular
The band will give a con Tampa. Florida: senior who, takes. part in 8th Largest State in the Natjorj.'! .
cert to the public on Saturday. many activities lie is vice +
Oct. 31, In the morning It RINGS AND CARDS president of the senior class: Industry is at an All Time High. ;
will be held in the middle (Continued from' Page 1 B) and plays left tackle on the>
1 of town and it Is hoped that standard type. varsity football squad. Lew la I 45 State Parks Now in Operation. & ,

everyone will attendGUARANTEE, I The junior's rings xorrW. In photographer for the Bark and Space and Moon-Shot Program Center.
II three main tyioi: according: to the Growl. lie holds member iAn
the atone: Spinet Mother ,of ship In the Bert Close Chapter Accelerated Program for Education. :isHighest
'. Pearl and Enamel. Each-stu. of Quill and Scroll.
dent will have his Initial engraved The nest time you sees' six Standard of Living in
Incomparable.. on the Inside of theI'ln' foot. ISO pound blonde $boy In .
Last the the hall smile, that's Le fAmbler t' ,1
Gillette year plastic ., Tourism Dooming With 15 Million Visitors Annually. r
backs were Introd j gd.swhichare i: .
STAINLESS STEEL BLADE ordered- extra by this;ju., :'f,r Inland .Waterways and Harbors (Improved by 5 Million Dollars. : ..
.dents who want thfp27 P. E. CLASSES x '
comfortable fives' you more Shaves/* superbly ptrMot '' I Both orders arAi..trcmely (Continued from .Page. 1.B) Veterans' Hospitals Increased by 47 ,Million Dollars In 1964. ,' !fix-; :, $,.,
Important to each classaad: period,and the 0.:1.:lugs in '
Manwyother bldt( i everyone is looking iucsrd the fifth period class." Agri-business Has a Consumer Value in Excess, of three Billion Dollars. 1 4 ; : ; .
:t 6 for 894 10 for $t45 to receiving: eitbes 1hetr Ale. On Wednesday afternoon" I), n't S'. .

'.. .-.If-y..*n4 49_Mt_BIT!*_*, r.!t.-TIM. .Clltott.. tit* I I I ring or their. senior, cards ..a04Invit.UofW. .. I Surfers. met the Bomber This Record Building Program for Highways* Expressways and Interstate Highways. t. r.,;, .. ::,.4 .
H, _l.n s. ......, /tor a lu' '!' _..a..- II OS: wr game would decide who would
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FLORIDA'S 1964 FEDERAL TAXES WERE $1,570,000,000 .I.*/'A


Florida's development as the fastest growing large State requires'a partnership with

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...the LIVELIERsollnes! ';if' the Government through new roads schools, public expenditures to keep pacp

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with the needs and demands of the kind of before
.. Gay occasions call for than new' and "7""."[' I growth never experienced by any

modern motor fuel,go right for Dixie' :. ':'i: w

puking pace today. Chooao from 3 t a,. ._:. .:.. J State. 4
IftIStCbenon.p.nIrEachpecbd I ". .i.
with livelier performance, lonr-runninf economy I .. } I *- '
JJeeW in Chevron and Chevron' ,$ II II -, i'' '
unre na you I i role
get Methyl, the different nnffknockr: compound: I .s. There are men and women behind the Florida Story.who played on important In ,
that helps develop aH the power built into'yourcar. \ !\ 1" '

j. Stop at Standard. Go liecty wi&1a& 'CIwno J its success. They provided the leadership to get the job done. These; 'leaders have 1

t+ '+ ..nwatgtraI4

take beftrca'.ofucrca' been traditionally elected by the people from the ranks of Democratic ,candidates.

,j STANDARD > f I 1

OIL Go to the polls Tuesday and vote for Lyndon B. Johnson for Prei1dent r spt ..

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L. Holland for United States enator Haydon Burns for Governor then ]

; ( Democratic All-the-Way. .
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I let c/s cofjt/nue to 6a//ct a better // OVOTE #//>A I







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"': PUNCHMARSHMAllLOWS K/.ff Jet "'''.d 100" 19
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