Title: Citrus County chronicle
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028315/01570
 Material Information
Title: Citrus County chronicle
Uniform Title: Citrus County Chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Inverness Fla
Publication Date: January 3, 1963
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
weekly[ former <1939-1968>]
semiweekly[ former <1980-1981>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028315
Volume ID: VID01570
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 15802799
alephbibnum - 366622
lccn - sn 87070035

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Bank Says 62

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Was Best YearOfficials a. I. = t I .

of the Bank of Inverness - p pi More After Sunday

yesterday expressed the i r .

satisfaction over the business Beginning Monday, lettersand mas work is over thanked patrons -
picture provided during the year post cards will cost one cent for their "help and coop- {
just ended. 1963 was describedas more to mail. Sunday is the last eration in getting mail in and out
"the best year yet"for the local day for amiling at .current pos- :on time." He said this was one
financial institutions. tal rates. .of the few Christmas sea son s
Resources, loans capital accounts , Inverness Postmaster Owen when all mail was delivered 0 n
and deposits all were increased Kennedy reminded this week ,the day which it came into the .
during the per 10 d from l'ii:'." that on Jan. 7 you will begin pay office.In i
Dec. 31, 1961 Dec.31. 1962,as A .. iia,1j
to 6 oM it: ing an extra penny of posta g e citing an increase in post
follows: Resources from$5,693- A tas + a ., a.."Iii? :' for letters and post cards.The office business during the
000 to $6,565,000; Loans from . aixa4W J Ii< .., +. 'd raise will affect all classes of :Christmas season, Ken n edy .

$1,024,000 to $1,469,000; Capital .:41. ;: l mail--air mail, magazines and \ said cancellation of outgo n g
'Accounts from : ; it :
$300,000 to$340- newspapers, advertising circu- mail amounted to about six per
000; and Deposits from $5,301 : : lars and educational materials, ; cent over 1961. Incoming mail, ,', f" '"
000 to $6,110,000.Actual : .,j :j .. ___I to.. Z in addition to first class letters of which no accurate record is ....;tP'" ..' .. "'
figures showed that Re- AA-itr:; 1.1' 'jjf.s..; and postal cards. kept, appeared to expert en c e f. ."
sources increased by $71,742; .; : Local letters mailed by 6 o'- the same increase. Despite this

Loans by $444,886; Capital Ac- NEW POSTAGE STAMPS-Postmaster Owen Kennedy holds up clock Sunday evening will carry increase, the local postoffice. i-I d
counts by $40,000;and DepositS'increased sheets of new first class and air mail stamps which will go into the current amount of postage with a staff of ten, utilized the _ _ __ l
$808,320.The effect Jan. 7. --staff photo it was noted. same number of hours th i s J
daring daylight robbery The increase will amount to Christmas.A 1//j.Sf"
over $22,000 back in August was about $1.80 a year or only one- A in revenue of some
no doubt the biggest news of the Young Alabama Trio LikelyTo half cent per day, for the aver- seven per cent was also recorded t
year for the Bank of Inverness.The age household, it was explained.At during the year 1962 Kennedy St..,
bold bandit was captured less five cents, the first class announced. .;. ,\
than an hour after the holdup. Remember 'Lost Weekend'Three letter was described still one -,>< J:_"

of the greatest bargains ava i(- Chamber Meets MondayTo t'
teenagers from Al a- Turner Camp (not identified) able to American householdsand ,:'1 .
Mrs. Tanke bama spent what they unhesitantly and a search of the area got un business concerns.Virtually Discuss Clean-Up
described as an uncomfortable derway. every other nation in the ,
night in Citrus County over Around midnight the camp world has letter rates equal to View Weapons DisplayThe
Dies At 97 the past weekend. manager got in touch with Dep- or greater than those of the -'

The youths, all brothers,are uty Sheriff Louis Pielov, who United States. When a v e r age Citrus County Cham b e r PLEASED TO HAVE MET YOU--Herman W, Goldner (left),Mayor of St. Petersburg and presidentof
Saturday morning funeral grandsons of Bill Cary, well joined in the hunt.Deputy Pielow hourly earnings are taken into of Commerce will have its first The Citrus County Publishing Company, exchanges handshakes with Vernon Arnette, manager of
services were conducted for known area landscape nur s e ry sought the assistance Howard account, postage here is sub- meeting of 1963 at noon Monday.The Radio Station WMOP Ocala, following the Kiwanis Club meeting Thursday night at which both news
Mrs. Sophy Tanke. The 97yearold man. Mr. Cary had spent the Arnold, local game warden,and stantially lower than in other luncheon meeting will be media executives were special guests. -staff photo
resident of Floral City for Christmas holidays with relatives Arnold hurried his air' boar 10 major countries, it was empha- held at Sweat's Restaurant.A .
in his hometown of ,Birm- the river. sized. report on clean-up effortsin
the 28
Thursday past morning years passed atC 11 away r us ington and the three grandsons Up and down the Withlacoocn- Postmaster Kennedy,. expressing the city will be heard at this Chronicle Is County's Partner IPaper's
Memorial Hospital following a returned to Inverness with him ee the two officers searched for relief that the Christ- meeting. Primary target at pre- ,
last week. the missing teenagers. In addi- ----- sent is the deplorable conditionof
lingering Mrs. Tanke Illness. achar Early Saturday afternoon th e tion to their yells, they shot property around "Co 0 t e r President Tells Club I
was e r
member of the Floral City boys Cary, 19, Cam, 16, and their weapons In hopes matt he Tuesday Vote Pond", just east of town. A
Clifford, 14, decided to takea youths would hear. check is being made to see what -
Order of Eastern Star No. 164 Mayor Goldner pointed out
boat ride and hike through t he By5 a.m. the boat was out of can be done about making t his TWO executives of the news er of The Chronicle, was also a
and a member of the Christian fuel officers had Will Decide media field spoke to a large and and that any newspaper is basically
Science faith. woods along the Withlacooche e and the to wait property, clearly visable to guest was recognized by mike and
River. Putting their small craftin until a service station opened to passing motorists on Highway attentive group of Kiwanians at outgoing club president Bill designed to money
doesn't won't
include that if It
Her survivors it
one the water, they left Turne r get the air boat back in opera- 41 and 44, more presentable. the club's meeting here Thurs- Keating. Dick Kaufman is theclub's stay
David and CouncilmanA in existance The
son, Pursley; two long. news
and Camp and headed downstream. tion. Now, day search of the A highlight of this meetingwill day night. new president.
grandsons Richard David is therefore Interested in
They planned to be back before river area was made. be an exhibit unusual and Herman W.Goldner presidentof Citrus County was describedas
Pursley, all of Chicago. A election will be the welfare of the area it
about 8 o'clock The and
dark. At Pielow and antique guns. Walter Seitz of Citrus County Publishing a potential paradise,
Graveside services were Arnold held at the Crystal River,City and Arnett he covers--in this case, Citrus
the Vernon Goldner
j As nightfall came and the trio spotted missing Tampa has been invited to display Company Mayor emphasized
conducted by the Order East- boys'boat Hall next Tuesday to decide of Ocala radio and Interested' -' County. The more the news-
had not returned, Mr.Cary nat- secured at the riv- his collection o f weapons, general manager is "deeply vitally
ern Star, at Oak Ridge C e m e- which of will take his paper helps the county grow and
two men
station WMOP Citrus
urally became When er s edge some three miles with the possibility this col- were special In Inverness
tery. Porter Funeral Home here several more hours uneasy.had passedhe down from Turner Camp.Shortly place on the Crystal River City lection might eventually be guests of the local civic club County, both as an Individualwho prosper, the more it helps it-
was in charge of the arrangements contacted the manager of afterwards the trio appeared, Council. placed on exhibit in Inverness.All and both delivered what Kiwan has always enjoyed his self.
thankful to have found theirwayback Mayor Brown Dumas Sr. stres- Chamber officers, mem- ians termed interesting and informative many visits to*this area in past "Citrus" County has been home
to the boat. ses the urgency of this vote and bers and interested persons are talks. years, and as an official now to me, said Goldner "and 1
Water They told how they had left urges all registered citizens to Invited to attend this meeting.Woman's Both men, of course are of the county newspaper. consider it the potential para
On Area Projects.
.. their boat and started throughthe exercise their privilege at the .busily occupied in other significant The visiting dignitary outlined dise of Florida. I'm amazed

---4 .............. ___ t. .,- ...._ .... woods. Somehow they b e- polls come nexv Tuesday. *'. areas" of activity.,Goldneris various policies of TheChroni- that it hasn't grown more and It
came lost and darkness found The two candidates, Charles Club prominent as the mayor of St. cle and elaborated on the aims will be The Chroaicte's privilege -
Ii Ossenfort To Further them without a flashlight.A light K. Miller and Raddie Jones, Petersburg. Arnett is actively and purposes of this newspaper, to sponsor and endorse all"
rain came up and the boys were, were tied in the recent muni- Will associated with the advertising and it's close relationship with things which will help it grow
wet and cold. Realizing they cipal elections which saw Mayor Welcome department of Ocala Federal Citrus County. "We look at The The "overall pitch" for the
Extinct Board's Aims might have a long wait,they builta Dumas re-elected to his office Savings & Loan Assn. and the Chronicle as a partner of this Chronicle, he told Klwanlani,
fire and tried to keep as warm for the 12th consecutive year. State LeaderNext Ocala Chamber of Commerce. county, and as such will make will be whatever Is in the best
As somebody put it, the defunct Tsala Apopka board's as possible. Their grinning Both Miller and Jones received Mayor Goldner was intro- every effort possible to hold up Interest of Citrus County. "Our
Tsala Apopka Basin Recreation establishment included the con- faces were black with smoke 107 votes each in the Monday afternoon at 2 duced by Kiwanlan Les Mercer, our obligations and responsibilities task is to take the Godgivenassets
and Water Control" Authority has struction of numerous dykes, when the deputy and game :war- balloting and as the result of a o'clock, the first meeting of the Bob Chamberlain, new! publishA ,'.' he stated. which this county already
"evaporated. the controversial Inverness den found them. special canvassing later, each year will be held by the Wo- possesses" and to further them
The authority held its final (Leslie) Canal from theWithla- With a relieved heart and a n man was give additional vote. man's Club of Crystal River. along
meeting last Thursday night in coochee River to Moccasin exciting story to tell family and The winer of Tuesday's "breakthe Mrs._Mack L. Vickrey will Drivers Lucky In 41 Mishapthe Cooperation with city, county
the courthouse, and the organ- Slough, and improvements to the friends, the boys left a few hours tie"vote will fill the council appear in a dual role, that of and state officials will help
ization, established in 1956,be- old Orange State Canal which later for their Birmingham seat vacated several months ago president of the club and as the provide the proper development
came extinct as of Dec. 31. connects the river to the chainof home. . leaving a "lost weekend" by Weyman Owens. reviewer of a new book, "Forti- freak accident early Friday time. Citrus County wants and needs,
Comprising the three-man lakes at Floral City. behind, likely to be re- tude and Gratitude."Mrs. Vick- morning, one mile south o f The tractor jack-knifed and said the speaker. "We want to
board were Frank Leslie of Water control in the area membered for a long, long time. Masons Will I Install rey is acclaimed for the dy floral City on U.s. 41,created dug into the bank, just short ofa be good citizens. The Chronicle;
Inverness, A.W. Craven Her- concerns itself primary with namic way in which she tells lots of excitement with passing power pole. The trailer toppled will assist with every charitable'activity.
nando, and Phil Zellner of Floral trying to maintain a good levelof w- Officers Tonite.Sat.Citrus the story of any book, "in a motorists and: no doubt sent over on the samller vehicle And our paper will tell
City. Work of the trium- water in the lakes, while at condensed, but delightful most of them on their way witha creating a total loss. Damage' the truth as we know it. Our
virate will be carried on in the the same time taking precautions -i Lodge No. 118, F&AM, The state president of way.the needed thought for more care- the tractor:trailer was estima- editorial policy will be in the
person of John Ossenfort of to prevent flooding.Of 04' ( will hold a special communication Federation of Women's Clubs, ful driving over the long holiday ted at $2000.Conner best interest of the majority."
Inverness representing Citrus major concern at the pre- Saturday night in the Mas- Mrs. J.R. Clover of Lakeland, weekend. told The Chroniclethat He was quick to note, however,
County on. the seven-county sent time is the eventual con- onic Temple here for the pur- will be the guest of honor at The traffic mishap, involvinga he might have avilded the that as an elected official of St.
Withlacoochee Basin Board. struction of waterways which rOM 1 pose of installing officers for the afternoon session. 1949 Chevrolet panel truck be- accident had it not been fora Petersburg and an out-of-
Ossenfort told the tribunal will open up the chain of lakes dhe8i61t., the new year. Sandwiches and ing operated by Jesse R. Deanof fuel truck parked on the left county resident be would not set
that it is his intention to pro- all the way from Hernando to coffee will be served at 7 o'clockin Route 1,Inverness,and a 1953 side of the highway, which h e the editorial policy of the local
gress with time and to pick up the river. THY FAITH HATH MADE the dining room All Master Stork PassesUp International tractor-t r ail e r chose not to strike. The slightly newspaper. '
where the old authority left off. THEE WHOLE.-LUKE 8:48: Masons are cordially invited to handled by WiWamT.Connerof built trucker thankful that In conclusion, Mayor Gold- ,
He requested a copy of -the The old board's chairman, attend. Route 1, Kessington, Ohiooc nothing more serious resulted net declared: "Our paper i
state audit of the board's booksto Mr. Craven, extended his appreciation Healing does no't come from Wcrshipful Brother R. E. New Year curred around 8:30 in front o f from the mishap, added that i t wants to be a partner in the
Ossenfort outside ourselves, but is an inner Chism will Install the healthy growth and developmentof
present at this month's session to repor- following Don's Used Parts. was the first accident in whichhe
of the WBB. There is approximately .ters, county attorney Don Brad process. It is accomplished officers, with Right WorshipfulE.H. HereStorks Highway Patrolman J.A. had been involved during 33 .the community" and of Citrus
$150 remaining on shaw, the county commissioners through the activity of the life of Hig:anbotham. DOOM as Delivery Crews, who investigated the accident years of driving. County.
the books to be transferred to and other members of the God within us.As we pray we increase Marshall Reno Hey.worshipful reported that both vehi- "But I could smell this one," The Ocala visitor Vernon
Withlacoochee board. tribunal for the work accom- our faith in God's power master; Cecil Berry, senior in other areas may cles were, moving south along he said nervously. could almost Arnett, was Introduced by Bob.
plished. to heal us. warden: Vinel Lewis, junior have been busily occupied during -* Ritz. His Informative discussion
-Work done during the now- the highway. The big truck sense it before it ever hap-
warden: Carey Baxley,treasurer the recent holidays, but not started to pass the panel true k pened." centered around the meth-
'- .ti ; S.R. Stephan secretary; for the stork serving Citrus when Dean made a left turn on to A witness said the accidentwas ods of greeting tourists: In
B. Winn, senior deacon Memorial short, the public relations atti-
J. ; Hospital
a county road, Both vehicles left set up when another car
w Brown Dumas Jr., junior dea- The sly old bird took a holiday tude of area buAiaecs folk with
tM the highway and came to rest on slowed down and turned off the
con; Rcllie Budd senior stew' himself Tuesday and no little the left shoulder. Fortu&si y !highway moments earlier leav- regard to out-of-Mate motor-
WI '" ard; Charles Dean Jr., junior one was delivered at the ?o c a I
1u* enough, merr <' -re no Injuries. ing a tight line of vehicles behind (continued on page 2A)
steward; John Cathcart, tyler; hospital. Actually, there had And! co chsrges w='=.a reported at it.
:J!'*'!. "., crw and Franklin Kendrick chap- been no baby born this year by

:,: press time yesterday,and a o a e .
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lain.Tonight -,
at 8 o'clock, instal- was expected immediately.There :, < \,... "-.... '.. ; 1.
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:::1'f--: :::: : .
lation ceremonies will be heldat were no Christmas f"",;'; t $ "' \ ..
i"K. "
the Floral City Lodge No. births here either. The nearest ': -"', !Y '., t
133, F&AM, Right WorshipfulE.H. holiday hospital delivery was to '. ,.;,...' ."* .- 1 ...
Higgenbotham, District the family of Mr.and Mrs.Lynn ," -" J ':..' '_.$"*"". ..." -' 4Jf ,
rrt Deputy Grand Master, will Gordon Lyons of Floral City, .. ,"-' .',',' ., '...;;, -
serve as installing officer. All The "stork brought" little Andrea .t. ." 1' ,.; <. .-.F....;,. )J',' ,
t F .. ""
Master Masons invited the Lyons' the day i- --4. !
are to to sen ,
attend. before Christmas, and the child .- . .-.;; ,p;/: fJ.;J'Ji' ::-l.. ..1.;.

+ might be called a Christmas Eve : '. : """ !( '
9 baby, although; birth was at 2:25in "
y.-N New 'PhoneBooksMarch the afternoon. ., ;:, AiL4
M 1 Last year Arthur Lee Oliver

L4t Jr. was the first child bornin -
Citrus County in 1962, just t- ,
J .;:;t.---:
barely getting in at 1:58 a.m.He .- "
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The Florida Telephone c
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Corporation says that,due to the Arthur Oliver Sr. of H 0 m'o- .
i- -ir installation of new central office sassa. K

yJ equipment and Direct Distanc e' Meanwhile, the Pink Lad I e s
Dialing conversion at the Inverness of Citrus Memorial are patie x-;
trd F telephone exchange, more ly waiting for the first'63 baby.
than 1.500 telephone numbershad The ladies are sponsoring their 4e.
,# to be changed. first "Bundles for Baby".withMrs. ,,v 4
i Because of this a completely GerogeScofield chairman.
new Crystal River-Inverness
Telephone Directory will be
Cong. Herlong'Complimented
:,\ f ; .t published! in March.

J- _.. The Florida Telephone Corp
:.:..rf. poration requests that any Chronicle readers are invited to
<1"4 ,/ changes in addresses,additions digest the national tax editorialand Y sA

-_ ;; deletions, or changes in yo.u r cartoon on Page 2B.this is-
telephone listings you desire sue. It compliments our Congressman -
WRAPPING IT ALL UP--The end of some accomplishments and a lot of headaches: was realized a please address them to the A. S. Herlong, Jr. s
week ago tonight when the Tsala Apopka Water Control Board put its papers in order, said Its offi- Florida Telephone Corporation Sid Herlong collaboratedon
cial adieu, and j joined the old year as a thing of the past. Shown in final minutes of the last board Box 941. Leesburg Florida. a long-term tax bill that appears -
and Phil Zellner. Standing is John Ossenfort, The new listings for the to have merits,according -
meeting are,left to right:Frank Leslie A.W. Craven, many
...said the thankful truck driver: "I seemed to sense it before It ever happened"staff . .
"who his pledged as the'counry's member of the Withlacoochee Basin Board to carry on the alms of March 1963 directory will to the editorial com-
the now extinct Authority. -staff photo close January 18. ment. photoIt

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I 2-A The* CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE January 3, 1963SportsMM's ..

:I -1 BowlSTADIGS {Letter To Editor | Near- Record. Figure- Seen - -

I As I am continuing to receive Final Citrus Hunt For
a copy of the weekly Chronicle

I I I I assume some kind friend has I

I t again had my subscription renewed Deer Coming UpSaturday
if so, many thanks if

j Tri'County HIGH IND. SERIES not then many thanks to you -
Won Lost Estelle Scott 529 In either event, I also have been and Sunday will windup Despite apparent pessimism
II Builders Supply' 42 26 Dorothy Edwards 513 more than swamped with Holiday the hunting of deer in the Citrus the deer hunting season will

R & H Renes 42 26 Ruth Miller 485 greetings usually with per- Wildlife Management Area. probably go down as the second

I Little John Tile 40 28' HIGH IND. GAME ...,,. y sonal notes written in that is The third gun hunt over the best in recent years, overall.

,Concrete products 40 28 Estelle Scott 210 just a bit more than I am in 40,924 acre area was opened An estimated 484 deer had

Ossenfort.guilders 34 34 Dorothy Edwards 198 shape to answer individually. yesterday morning. The some been killed in the forest through

Shutts,Electric 30/2 37/2 Gladys Dampier 184 I underwent serious surgery 800 hunters officially qualifiedto Monday according to Jim Reedof
Sportsmen's Bowl 28 40 last May and although I am up participate in the event,were the Fresh Water Fish and

Cooks Pharmacy 26 42 v9 and about, this last 10 degree hoping for better luck than experienced Game Commission. Biggest kill

Fro Ins.. 25 43 below zero weather, and snow by previous hunters.In recently was in 1958 when 610
: High Team Series .1.I,. s with it, has somewhat crampedmy the event the total of 100 deer were taken by nimrods.

R 8( H Renes 2727 .4 style and I am not full bucks was not reached, the hunt The Citrus burning area saw

Sportsmen's Bowl 2568 enough of pep to try to do so. was to have continued today. 87 deer taken Wednesday and

Builders Supply 2508 So if this does get into print Hunters who took part Lathe Thursday of last week with an-

High Team Gamer f Ithank everyone for they very hunt of Dec. 26-27 and Dec. 29- other 22 on Saturday and Sunday.In .
7 h renes '948 r. - personal notes. 30 have reported to checking each of the two-day periods,

Sportsmen's Bowl 911 stations on the area a total of 55 an estimated 700 hunters combed -
(If anyone had a letter from
R & H Renes 893' legal bucks, those with antlers the area.
First on The First Prof. John K. Burton, please
High' Ind..Series five inches or longer. A total of The commission this ye a r
send! me his address.)
Carl Buzby 622 Jan. 1, 1840-The first recorded a If all goes well with me until 100 legal bucks is allowed for brought in additional personnel-
Nick 618 Sq each two-day hunt. used for
Soyler bowling match was next June 3, 1 will have made employes not generally
Cecil Fowler 577 law enforcement work--
to con
played at the Knickerbocker lengthy ninety-five years of life.
High Ind. Game duct checks of hunters
Alleys, New York City. ,#sr. Strange to say, I can account Chroniclecontinued roving
Nick Soyler 235 and their kill throughout the
for more than half of them in
Jan. 1, 1889-The first
Cecil Fowler 226
( from page 1)) area.
Even so, I am
Carl Buzby, 222 Tournament of Roses, originally I f much interested in the wonderful very ists. Reed said he felt the programhas
Carl Buzby 222 called "The Battle of f' discouraged violation t o
exhibit of geology andpale- "We feel that what is good
R & H Renes. 948 the Flowers held in some extent and that it was a
was DOWN IN THE DUMPS?If so,you are better off than were you standing NEAR some of the dumps In ontology that this part of the for Ocala is also good for this efficient tool in the -

Pasadena, Calif., under the our county. For example the one above is typical of the condition some of our dump areas are in at Great Plains states show to the area," Arnett stated. "We try more of violators.FAITH apprehending .

PIN BUSTERS LEAGUE auspices of the Valley Hunt the present time. This one, just west of Lecanto off Highway 44. actually has more trash scattered person with eyes and some un- to make visitors feel at home game

WON LOST Club. Amateur sports were along side the dump than what has been unloaded in the hole (to the right). Consequently winds blow desrstanding. I would wish for and want to come back. We

Dampiers Mann- played during the afternoon.On papers, boxes, cans, etc. away from the dump and scatter this trash over adjoining property and a- myself more years to try and seek to impress upon every HIGHLANDS
.quins 44 20 ( this day three years later long side the highway. It's unsightly picture for passing motorists. The board of county commissioners hitch all we know if our "dustspot" tourist that he is a very Im-

I.G.A. Foodliner 40 24 the first "Rose Bowl" foot- are urging all area.citizens us ing provided dumps to make a special effort to discard in this mighty universe portant person, and thafwe are

Acme Hardware 39 25 ball was played. Michi- trash In the dump, not beside it. By taking a few extra moments to unload trash properly, users of that seems to be beyond the interested in him. CHAPEL
Metz Home Bldr. 37 ,27 game these dumps will be doing an improtant job in helping to make Citrus County a cleaner, health i e r grasp of most human minds into The WMOP manager used des-
gan walloped Stanford 49-0.) the perfect whole the criptive posters to emphasizethe
great 'Wednesday/
Winns Pharmacy 34/2 29/2 place during the new year! --staff photo at 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 1 1893 The first.college Creator amount of tourist
--- intends it to be. To money
Bowles Lumber 34 30 Prayer Singing Study
extension courses grant- the operative engineering mind spent annually in Florida, and

Dirt'Johnstons Fill 33/2 30/2 ing college credits were Pirates Win Rainbow TourneyThe there must always be "causation" what is purchased with these SUNDAY SERVICES
I dollars.
to produce effect/ had "Everybody's afterthe
F.C. Cash Groc. 30 34 offered by the University of Church School..10:00: a.m.
I. Weeds Honey Chicago.Jan. Pirates of'Crystal River rates on opening night of the james Hunter of Dunnellon cop- better "ring off", or I may get tourist dollar, he added. "It's 11:00
our dollars Worship.......... a.m.
to talking on a recorder job to keep as many
captured the proverbial of when they ted 92 ped the award. tape
Dippers 26 38 1, 1909-The first-Domestic pot program sportsmanship '
Sweat's 24' 40 relations court wis gold Saturday night by winningthe points to Fort McCoy's record making up the all-tournament and upset some deeply grounded here as we can, and to Evong. Service..7:30: p. m.
beliefs and of keep as of the tourists
hopes of some many
Dunkel Court 23 41 Railbow invitational Basket- low of 23. squad is Evans and Joe Hem-
'. established in Buffalo, N. Y.; ball my best friends.I for as long a.we can..foreven JAY & ELSIE PRENTISS
Coffee Kettle 19 45 tournament in Dun ellon. Otting, a repeat per- bree. Crystal River; Hicks. St. "
,HIGH TEAM SERIES by Hon. Simon Augustine'Nash The Citrus County cagers de- former from last year's tourn- Anthony; Paul Bryant, Trenton; do hope all of you had a a lifetime. Pastors

Dampiers Mannequins 2230 Judge of Police Court. feated /vnthony,67-51 to win the ament all-star team, set a and Offing, Dunnellon. most pleasant Holy Day season. "Temper gets you into Phone 726-8683

Acme Hardware -' 2107 He heard domestic! relations playoff. It was a surprising victory tournament high of 69 points and Crystal River and Anthony With loving remembrance trouble. Pride keeps you Prayer for Sick Any Time r
Metz 'Home Bldrs. 2083 cases in the privacy of his since the Pirates were received an award for the tourn- receive two large trophies for W. H. (Cap) Sanders '

I HIGH TEAM GAME chambers instead of in an, winless in regular season ac- ey's high scorer. Crystal Riv their accomplishments, and awards 2605 Parallel Ave. there.- Cordial Welcome to You! .

I Dampiers Mannequins - 808 court. tion. er's Evans received the outstanding are also being given to the St. Joseph. Mo.Editor's .
I Acme Hardware 752 roger Evans and Frank Schi- defensive award, and coaches. ( Note: Your subscription -

) Metz Home Bldrs. 729. It pays to advertise. raldi with 30 and 15 points re- is running out, but not your Boats
Plywood Fishing
spectively, combined their talents Leeson's Trailer Park Commission energy. May you have (more
I filled with interest and
for Crystal River in an exciting years
championship fin ale.DJnnellon Has Big Yule Program inquisitiveness). Best Quality Materials That Money Can Buy

I Jt.Jt.c\ & 52 Before in the defeated reaching consolation Trenton the finals game.63- With 70 Participatingby Elects Board of ByrdThe Com- Man Given 90 DaysIn Landscape NurseryTwo

Saturday night, the Pirates had Frank Wagner Larceny Of Pump
missioners, in their post-holi-
dropped Trenton 54-48, in the Pot-luck dinner and gift exchange outlets
BOMBS BUBUSNta IMS-MUKS 17 YUM OFBCKKKNCfmm days meeting yesterday re-el-
/ mm TOM trace OOUMC MO onu IUMI DOMESTIC AM CAJUMAH DCMIIIi semi-finals Friday night after were enjoyed by70 ected Clyde Byrd as chairman. A 24-year-old Jacksonvilleman 1 mi. from courthouse on Hwy. 44 East.
advancing over Fort McCoy o n guests and visitors at the Lee- was handed a three month and at Sportsmen's Park.
ONE WALL STREET NEW YORK 5 Thursday night.A son's Trailer Park yule party. liams (Cowboy) W il- sentence last week for swiping a
moments earlier administered -
new tournament high for Tables were decoratedw i th water pump.
the oath of office
; Stocks Bonds Mutual Funds points scored was set by the Pi- Christmas trees and holly that Byrd and Commissioner to Edward Tarkington plead.
was sent to Mrs..Don Bilbo b y guilty to petty larceny oft h e
i OCALA her daughter in California. Th e Rooks Jr. pump from the Cox place in ,
BRANCH In other action the commissioners -
Phone 622.7294 collect Homosassa'Springs blessing was given by Lloyd Floral City and was given the NEW STOCK
Heard from
: a request
. w:..;... 401 E. Silver Springs :Blvd.. . .: : Keene.The program committee gavea .'4iarry: C. Ba gtlman- GospelIsland when 90 day he jail appeared sentence before Thurs Judge a y

I very lovely Christmas pro- that the board consider Scofield. Come See What's For 63
I i iI gram. The chairman was M r s. widening and fixing speed limit

Phone 795-2829 Lillian Waters. The programwas on the Gospel Island Road; Chief.ls Habit VictimJim

opened with a solo by Mrs. --Heard a request from Nor- Shoes
House Keene 'who sang "Holy Night", veIl C. Bryant of Hernando that Burkhart,Inverness police For Dad Mom & Children

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mc A voy, after which Mrs. Waters gave a the board ask the LeRoy Rooks chief is a devoted man who yes
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Walker Mr. entitled VFW to quit claim to the county terday was victimized by his
reading "The Mean i n g
BeautyFashionable and Mrs. John Wiggins, all of of Chrismtas". A quartet con- the controversial street by the habits. House Slippers .. Cowboy loots

Tampa, spent the holiday atthe sisting of Mrs. Leonard Dodd post home; Early in the morning Jim

1 Coffiers Harrison Resort. Mrs. Jack Zaebst, Mrs. Keene Approved bonds for Brown wheeled the city cruiser up to Canvas Wear Xflsk WeNt''toe "els
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Eaton of' and Mrs. Al Christiansen, Dumas Sr. as member of the the school zone, trotted out the For lt\
", :: Permanents- Facials Hollywood. Fla., spent Christmas .- Christmas carols accompani e d Mosquito Control Board and zone warning signs in readinessfor Sandals ( Dress Loafers
with Mr. and Mrs. Vance by Mrs. Earl Jennings.Mrs. Clyde B. Peters as constable of the onslaught of the pupils to ( We Have It

.. Tints Scalp Treatments Aycock. Orma Stults gavea District 4. their classes.He Dress Heels / Dress Oxfords .
Last Saturday Mrs. Lie la was a bit miffed when it
reading "But Once Year",and
Work Guaranteed Rogers went to High Spring to Mrs. Elizabeth Hess read a occurred to him that school Dress Flats S Engineer Boots
I .., help her brother.Nelson Lanier SPORTSMEN'SPARK does not resume sessions until _
I Court Square For Appointment Ph 726-1882 butcher five hogs.ThentheLanier peared.story "When" the Wise Men Ap next Monday. Dress Wedgies HushPuppies

f returned with hem
family t
t Mrs. Keene and Mrs. Dodd Golf Shoes
for the weekend.Mr. .
sang "Santa Claus is Coming toTown"
and Mrs O.W.Watson of Saw FilingOur
afterwhichMr. and Mrs.
by Florence LeonardMr.

"For Pleasant Living"WALTER'S Indiana Fred Planeta.Mr. were guests. Sunday of1'" Santa Claus appeared who were and Mrs. PrushLow r y CITRUS SHOE CENTER
Mrs. Walter MillerandC 1 a r- entertained their daughter and Specialty Try Us
and Mrs. William Lemke
ence Meagher. They handed out her husband, Mr. and Mrs. INVERNESSFLORIDA
spent Christmas at Tar p o n
DUVAL ISLAND ADDITIONYou Springs.Mr. gifts to all. James Davenport and their EDDIE'S

and Mrs. William Lemkeare Mrs. Luther Cambell gave a grandson and his wife Mr. and Across from Police Corner of Main & Court House Square
humorous reading and a coupleof Station,
Mrs. Jospeh Davenport
will see here the 'Wonderful Difference proud to announce the
very games lead by Mrs.Ted Wll- West Palm Beach last
Trees Make. Spacious homesites are enchanced birth of a grandson.The parentsare Sautrdayand
by towering live oaks providing the desired privacy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Purq- Isie were played afterwards.The Sunday.The Lowrys return-

and adding to the beauty and comfort of your uette of Wenthrop Harbor, Ill. committee for the potluck ed home with them to spendthe

home. All homesites have access to Lake Ts a I a Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jestila of were chairman, Mrs. Christmas holidays. Mrs.
Frank Wagner, Mrs. Burl James Davenport is now ill i n
Apopka and outlet to Withlacoochee River. Madison Wis. are guests of Mr.
Biggs. Mrs. Edna DeLeonardand West Palm Beach hospital.
making a wonderful system of waterways foryour and Mrs. Lemke for the holi-
added pleasure. Drive out today or send for bro daughter, Mrs. William Norman Hobzek, son of Mr. '
chure. days.Mr. Richards, Mrs. Zaebst, Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Hobzek. and
and Mrs. Ben Welsh had
Stults and Mrs. Emmett Lott. Mark Cukro, father-in-law o f t
their two grandchildren with Norman Hobzek from Cleve- ... ... . . .
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them over New Years, from St.
J. DALE WALTER land, Ohio visited here for a few ; :
Petersburg. Mr. CampbellDies tFEDER4h.

Duva! Island Floral City Fla. days.Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Jungk and : 1 :
: SAY/N S A LOAN ASOCAtbN 01 ', .
YOUR At 80 Mr. and Mrs. Karl Grlemert entertained .. .... '
and BROOK.vaLLE' : .
Mr. Mrs.John Os- .. .
PHARMACISTBy George. Henry Campbell. 80, senfort at dinner Saturday night. ...< +'';;.: f _.. .

a native of Levy County, Fla., Several friends including .. ..","- \''.:' '
SELF and who spent most of his life in Father James Hoge were dinner .R - FINANCIAL STATEMENT

CPtAK Citrus County, died, Sunday, guests of Mr. and Mrs.William .
SERVICE '. . -c_ 4 << :Ai Dec. 30, at his residence Panama Bamber and celebrated Christmas t ;. AS OF DECEMBER 31? 1962 .

City, Fla. witty them. ..... ," .,
: Lester Cook .. '
3LkW OPEN All HOUIS!IWash Proof that medical practice He is survived by his wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Ossenfort ASSETS :I' ,

wasn't unknown to the ancientsare Mrs. BennieJ.Campbell.'Panama visited their daughter and family First Mortgage Loans o. . . . . . . .: /f. $,-,..:

the following laws,quotingin City, six sons, R. J. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Jam e s F. F.H.A. Home Improvement Loans . . . . . ;. . . . . .*. .:..... W.78I.W
Panama City; H.C.Camp- Smith In Fayetteville N.C. for
part fees the regulations con- bell Brooksville; A. W.C amp- C1 rsunas. Loans on Savings . . . . < . . . . . . . .. ... . . . . ..& ...:. 086-04
o o cerning createdbyHam-
murabi a Babylonian ruler of bell, Tampa;Spencer Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Maierof Real Estate Owned . . .'. : . . .. ...,..... .. .-.'.'.. . . . 13,382.38

about 1925 B.C.: Kalamazoo Mich.; Ivey Campbell Inverness were dinner guests of Stock in Federal'Home Loan% Bank ,. . .1".'ii'..;-.' . . . . . 56,006.00
Chicago Ill. Glover Mr. and Mrs. Al Arsenault
"If the doctor shall treat a Campbell, Lake Worth; ; four Christmas.Mr. on United States Government Bonds, . . . .. .1.. .... i'.(. . .. . . 167,196.11

0 gentleman and shall open an . . .. . . . .f ' .
abscess with a bronze knife. daughters Misses Stella and and Mrs.Harold Jennings Other Securities .* *.*. ''U"" . ;' '|t| u/ 32,412.20
and shall preserve the eye of Rita Campbell Panama City spent a few days over the Cash on Hand and in Banks . .i*.? .-.... .*...**. .Tlr160IU006.00..

25* the patient, he shall receive Mrs. J. C. Browning and Miss Christmas holidays with Mr. Office Building Improvements Less Amortization ...-. 'i 4 ..;% 9.294.74
Jackie Campbell, Tampa; two and Mrs. George Gore In Ven
ten sheckels of silver. Less Depreciation .f: kv., '8.71
and Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment v. .
doctor shall brothers Hoy and Hardy Camp- ice. Mr. Mrs. Joseph ;- .
If the open an *bell. Brooksville; one sister. Schoen entertained friends on Deferred Charges . . . . . . . . . .. .. .:. *. .. .+* .. ..i.. . .' IftlM
abscess: with a bronze knife .
\ Dry 10* and shall kill the patient or Mrs. Miriam Anderson Ocala, Christmas daywithdinnerattheHomosassa Other Assets . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . ... *. . ., ..t.. ...'*.,,. ,...* 3,901.41
I 23 grandchildren seven great Inn. .> VILJ i..
shall destroy the sight oft h e < *. ,
I eye. his hands shall be cutoff grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stuart TOTAL . . . .. .. .. . . .;.t:. ....I..w .. ...1;J....1T?*;"9< ''.Vw9 Mjf rV..ll W.WVLIABILITIES
." Funeral services were held spent the Christmas holiday s --.

cut through yourweek's Getting back to a less severe Wednesday! afternoon at 2 p.m. visiting friends and relatives In , ; .

phase of medicine do you know at the graveside &tage Pond Tampa. Savings Capital . . . .. .. .. . . . . . . .:. ..;... .. . .. :. .. .. . 3Ue8,41Nj1Loans
I cemetery. Citrus County Rev. The next meeting of the
( washing here. where prescription to go for s service high-grade You Hays of Bushnell Baptist Church Sportsmen's Civic Club will b e in Process . ... .. . . . . . . ... . .'. . . .. . ;.. . ...''... .'. 141,047.43

can't go wrong at COOK'S officiating. next Tuesday.Mrs. Other Liabilities . . . . . ..' . . . . . .. .,: . . . . . . . . .. 1.IMJO

Plenty Of Parking SpaceECONQWASH P CY.youknow.QuaU- Porter Funeral Home.Inverness Walt Aberman from Ft. Deferred Credits . . . . .. . . . P'" ';. .a..... . . . . ... ... . 14,.....

ty and service are the main in charge of arrange Lauderdale is visiting her Reserves.. and Undivided. Profits . . . .. .... .. ... .. . . . . . . . 3U.*,' .,.
stock in trade at COO JC.S roents. daughter and family. Mr. and : .- .

PHARMACY. Phone 726-4121. Mrs. S. W. McGill of Flora 1 Mrs. Charles Ebbecke. 0 n .. TOTAL . .-. .. . . . . . . . ;*. . . . . . . . . . . ..............7
THIS WEEKS HOUSEHOLDHINT city is die winner of a free electric Christmas day. 'Mrs. Marge

24 Hoar Self Service : Book covers can be blanket given aw ay in t h-e Shanklin and sons Mitch and CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE 43'% .

luoadryComr cleaned by rubbing with a cloth Cook's Pharmacy holiday draw- -'* Jack from Floral City and Mrs. ACCOUNTS ARE INSURED UP TO $lW.OOBY ( (
wrung out after soaking In a Patrons the store : James Henry from Sportsmen's
: If f frroxe and Apopka Sts. of ing; AN AGENCY OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENTI ,
lavoratss solution one part vinegarand provided with registrationblanks .;- Park were dinner guests oft h e .11.i;...
two parts water. for the drawing. Ebbeckes. "


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{.Birth AnnouncementMr. I ;; VFWAux.ToMeet Sign-Up Set For63Feed YOU AIDE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTIHO

The Ladies Auxiliary of Le-
and Mrs. George D. Roy Rooks Jr. Post 4252,VFW. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
Rooks of Pleasant Grove announce will meet Friday night at 8 Grain ProgramThe
the arrival of. a baby o'clock in the office of Root's SUNDAY LESSON-SERMON SUBJECTGod

girl, Theresa Lynn, 8 pounds 3 Real state, Hernando."In SS'r : signup period for 1963- Crops from-participating

ounces, at the Hernando County the Lions crop.corn, grain sorghum and farms also become eligible for
30. The mother is St.iJo( stageda
Hospital $
E1 barley in Florida will be from price-support loans or purchase
the former Stokes,daughter pancake day using a Rotary jL1
Irnja: I feb. 1 through March 22,Emery agreements at the county CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
of Mr. and Mrs Earl Stokes grill, but the Kiwanians Williams, chairman,ASCS State loan rate (reflecting national a-
of. -Red Level. weren't even mentioned.- 4 Committee has announced. verages of $1.07 per bushel for Comer Osccolo at Emory St. Inverness: Florid. .
The voluntary diversion program .corn, 82 cents perbushel for SUNDAY SERVICE 11:00 A.M.
for feed grains is generally barley, and $1.71 per hundred- SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
the same as previous years, weight for grain sorghum. Price TESTIMONIAL MEETING 7:30 ,eM.
the chairman explained.a few support on 1963-crop corn, 2nd and 4th Wtdntsdeys
ew.r provisions which slightly grain sorghum, and barley will
different, the principal one i
7 also
before and after the
in the feed Wednesday meeting-
y the price-support payment : pan grain pro-
EACH PRESCRIPTION 'vUi'_n 10.*. oe available to farmers gram. Location Sunday School room.
participating in the programin For feed grain producers who "THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU"
INFLUENCES YOUR LIFE addition to the regular price- sign up under the 1963 program, WFLA-Radio 970 Sunday-8:15 A.M.
.support loans and purchase: eligibility for d i v e r s Ion pay-
Your physician writes a prescription because agreements.Mr. menu -nd price support in 1963is WDBO-Radio 580 Sunday.9:15 A.M.
hi ,either wants to make or keep you healthier.His the farmer'sdiverting
Williams gave these contingent upon
diagnosis of your condition indicates you need
r 5 highlights of the 1963 feed grain an acreage equal to the
this medicine.
Follow his advice. given. We will label his program: For small farms-- total intentions shown on his It Pays To Use Chronicle Want Ads
directions for use and, of course, dispense the exact with total feed grain base acre agreement.
But ages of 25 acres or less--on Advance payments will againbe
medicine prescribed. unless you actually take g
-S- S which the producer diverts the available at the time of sign
the medicine as directed, you have wasted his time, t COUNty
your money and lessened your chances to keep .1 \ entire feed grain base acreage up. Final payments under the diversion DE-DIRECTORY
well :i ((1959-60 average reage,as program and price-
adjusted) the payment rate will support payments will be made
w be 50%of the county support rate after compliance has been de- Up To $600. "
YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when termined. Naylor HallLOAN
on the normal production of the
you needxcr medicine. Pick up your prescription diverted acres. The county sup- iiliams urged farmers to ON -
'It" shopping nearby. A great many port rate on the normal production get in touch with their ASCS AUTO, FURNITURE
people entrust us with their prescriptions.May of the diverted acres.The County Office for further details SIGNATURE."Let Fill i Dirt
we compound yours? !iA county support rate reflects the about the 1963 feed gain pro- '
recently increased national gram.
average support prices of$1.25 Bob Breen, CountyOffic e Us Help You Solve ContractorsLOANS
j jMRS. per busi. for corn,$2 per hundredweight Manager, is in the county officeat Your Money Problems"
for grain sorghum, the courthouse in Inverness
BENNETT'SDRUG and 96 cents per bushel for bar every Monday and Tuesday. Crystal River Ph. 72$ 1104

II GENE MARLOW ley. These farmers will receiveno Finance Corp. Ph. 7252825
price-support payment Nurses AssociationWill InvernessBuilding
. .
since they will have no 1963 feed
grain acreage. Meet. Next to Florida PoerInsurance
11ttu <6d SeutdU 8uame81tt TonightThe
PHONE 726-2731 INVERNESS e For other feed grain arms,
A 26th District of the Flor-
the on the first 20percent -
(e 01 1/t1t, 1/tcV1o4t 7)ee.27 reduction from the base ida Nurses Association will
meet tonight at 8 o'clock atthe
acreage will be at 20 percent of Fire Storm Auto
hospital in Brooksville,accord-
the the
county support rate on
The First Methodist Church bride, were dressed in identical normal ing to Mrs. William Keating, Liability
production of the diverted -
Inverness, was the scene of a dresses of green taffeta and hats. acres. On any acreage diversion secretary to the association. R. O. JONES and MaterialsElectrical I
lovely candlelight wedding of gold lame topped with circu- above the m 1 n urn n requirement Instructions will be given o n BARNEY A. REEVES
Thursday evening Dec. 27, lar green net.Miss Kay Marlow, will be at the latest aspects of Civil defense -
1 when Miss Robin San d 11 n, junior bridesmaid, wore green 50)% of the county support,rat e. nursing, and retired and non- West Coast
daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Coy R. taffeta with matching hat and mazimum diversion is 40% of practicing registered nurses t.I
Sandlin, and Gene Marlow, son shoes. All carried bouquets o f the base acreage or 0; acre s are urged to attend this meeting. InsurersCrystal I SuppliesLtmbet
of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Marlow, white poinsettias and Christmas whichever is larger.In Paint

both of Inverness, exchangedtheir ornaments tied with red s a tin addition, participating SEAFOOD TIPS River, Fla Roofing Materials
vows before an altar bank ribbon and gold beads. farmers,
ed with Christmas candelabraand Julian Kelly 11 was best man farms who except divert all theirfeed on small What could be better than Phone 79 -27B7 Plumbers' Supplies

baskets of white gladioli.The and ushers were John Roscow grain base acreage,will receive Florida broiled blue sea Tile Saw
bride, given in marriage 111 of Inverness and Ed war d price-support payments on the mackerel? Nothing! It's so Appliances Builders' Hardware
by her father, was gowned in Wheeler of St. Petersburg.The normal production of their 1963 easy to fix. Just spoon melt- Admiral and Kelvinator Everything in Building
white satin brocade madeo n Rev. Morris Gaskins o f-. feed grain acreage, without regard ed butter and paprika over Washers Dryers
simple lines with long sleeves ficiated at the double ring cere- MaterialsBuilder's
whether the
to they feed the i r fillets and broil about 5 TV, Stereo & HiFiSee
and with a bell skirt that endedin
money. grain, market it,
or place it minutes. Delicious!
a short circular train. Her. The reception was held atthe under price support. The us for Complete
WINTIRJL veil of silk Illusion fell from a Inverness Woman's Club, sea- will be figured on the Home Furnishings
beautifully shaped rose head- sonally decorated with banks o f farm's normal yield regardlessof Crystal River
dress that picked up the patterncf holly, interspersed withwhi te the actural yield on the farmin Phone 795-2489
the brocade of her dress.Her gladioli. The wedding cake was 1963. These
will be
bouquet was of white orchids. encircled with holly and flanked 18 cents per bushel for corn, 14 SEE !1'' FffI1 SkinnersFurniture Supply Co.CRYSTAL .
The maid of honor Miss Har- with red tapers in crystal can- cents per bushel for barley,and
riette Smith, and
bridesmaid delabra. 29 cents per hundredweight ((16
Miss Paula Sandlin.! sister the Following a short sedding trip cents per bushel) for grain sorghum. RIVER
Following a short weddingtrip . ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM BOATS 15 Stores Ga., Ala. & Fla. FLA.
Sandran! Floor CoveringsWoodward
to the west coast,the young
couple will be at home in

h Gainesville their where studies.they are finishing Taxi; Cab Realty Weed Septic

GET SET FOR WINTER... 'Mr. Sweatt,79Had Yellow Cab On U. S. Route 19 Tank Co.

HOMES LOTS Pumping Service & RepairsACREAGE
I I Zr Lived HereFuneral Weaver's Taxi Service

services were con- Serving Citrus County Buy and Sell Lintels Sills
ducted Monday for Gaither With Confidence Precast StepsBus'iness
wl Sweatt, who died Dec. 29 in Phone 726-1191
and Service DONALD J. McBRIDE
Tampa General Hospital. He Day Home Phone 7262942
Real Estate Broker
was 79 of Reg.
years age.
Let Us ReStyleYour Mr. Sweatt, althogh making Phone 795-2406 Phone 795-2652 Route 1 South, Inverness
Hair his home in Ruskin, Fla., had
been a resident of Floral City
All Work/ GuaranteedEVA for 30 Burial ,
some years. was : : : :::: : : : : I I :. [ : : 2
HOLDEN in the Floral City cemetery.The ___ "
deceased is survived by
60$ Owner his wife; three sons, Roy and '
HOME PROTECTION Julian Sweatt of Lithia, Fla., CARROLL Ready AI/xJToncrefe/
LaMode Beauty and Owen Sweatt of Hammond, ,
La., one daughter Ann Sweattof
"'), Shop Ruskin; two sisters, Mrs.
: Lillie Steed of Floral City and '
a Mrs. Flora Yarborough Fitzgerald Ready-Mix Concrete, Inc. -
Orange Hotel ; Ga.; and two brothers, ;' '_'
Phone 726-1042' Walter Sweatt of Hemingway,
S.C., and P.\\. Sweatt of St. 16 Years Experience

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Parties Are HfU For

TOGETHER ) l ; } Robin Sast Week's BrideMrs.
Build a stronger richer life '- ,, M. L. Williamson and

Mrs. Rollle Figgins entertained
EVERY WEEK! with a coke party for Miss Robin

,...-1 Sandlin bride elect. Saturda y
afternoon at Mrs. Williamson'shome.
Party hours were from
3:00 to 4:30.

Church Party rooms were lovely with
Church 'HfJ i STEP Christmas decorations and* b e
: D tea table was centered with a n
' JL : arrangement of green and gold

Services Services leaves and red spiral tapers.
Jr; Cokes, and a varied assortmentof
\ cookies and candies were
:: .:

served.The hostesses presented the

FT1CME Y.. honoree with an exquisite gown
CRYSTAL RIVER First Methodist Church, Rev. ( HOLDER Seventh Day Adventist Church, and peignoir of peerl-b e 1 g e..
St. Ann's Episcopal, Rev. Morris C. Catkins, pastor Baptist ChurchF. Pastor D. G. Fleagle sheer embroidered nylon.
Merrill A. Norton, vicar. Sao day: S. Johnson, Pastor. Eden Gardens, 5 mi. East ace. .

les.tL1.2 9:45 a.m. Church School 1 Sunday School 10:00 a.m. of Inverness on Hwy 44 Mr. and Mrs. WillardMarlow
coaday Services 9:30 a.m. 11 SLA. Homing warship. Mo eriag Worship 11:00 ajn Sabbath School Sac at 2:30 p.m. held the rehearsal dinner for
Holy Communion and Sermon. 6:30 p.m. Methodist YouthFc1low.bip R Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Preaching S at. at 3: Ted. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Miss Robin Sandlin and their
St. Benedict's Catholic 7:30 p.m. Evening worship HOMOSASSA wedding party at Sweat's resta
Church Wednesday: HERNANDO urant Wednesday evening in t h e

'Sunday. Pieces.: .7, 9:30. un.. 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting and : MethodIst Church, private dining room. The tables
Bible study. were centered with arrangements -
First (IJnlted Presbyterian 8:15 p.m. Adultcboit practice Church of the Narorene, Rev; D. Rout, poster. of white chryanthemumsand
..v. C. Stanley Newburg, 8:30 pom.- Children's choir and Rev. Don Croft, Fa star. Sun day_- "0 a.m. Sua. achool red berries and a side table

D. D. Minister, Junior blah choir practice. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 10:30 7:00-8:0 a.m. Worship Thursdays and held a large group of red tapers,
Op.m. Counseling
Suaday Scbool 9:45 . 11:00 banked
.m.Ifemlaf Morning Worship a.m. choir practice T&days-7:30 in green leaves topped
Worship 11:00 am. N.Y.P.S. 6:45 p.m. Bible ; with gold. The place of honor
Midweek Weds. 7:30 p.m. First Baptist" Rev. Thomas Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. p.m. study. was marked with a miniature
Choir Rehearsal Veds8:30 p.m. N. Channel I, pastor Prayer Meet. Wed. '7:30' p.m. bride and groom and the brides-
Westminster Tour 3:43 p.m. Sudsy School 9:45 sum.San. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH maids' places were indicated
Jr. Choir, Friday 3:30 p.m. Mom. Worship 11:00 sum. First Baptist Church, Rev. with place cards topped with tln-
Training Union 6:30 p.m. A.L. Flury, pastor. Son day School 10:00 .a.m. with lace cards topped with tiny
First Baptist Church. Rtv.WraTLV Son Evening Worshlp7:45 p.m. Sunday School 9:65 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. wedding bells.
PainrerSondajThooT .mid-wedc Prayer 7:45 p.m. Worship Hour 11:00 a.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. . .e. .
5:43 a.m. Training Union 6:15 p.m.. Eveaiog.Worship 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. john R o s c o w,
Torship Service 11:00 .m. E.ea1nl Warship 1:30 p.m. W,d. Prayer Seri ce 7:30 p.m. Jr. honored Miss Robin Sandlinand

ifid-Yeek Prayer Serrice Christian Science Society THE CHURCH FOR ALL . Mid-Week serviceWednesday Mr. Gene Marlow with a

Ted 7:30 p.m. Sundays 11:00 sum.Service; The first step is a thrilling moment! An exciting new ALL FOR THE CHURCH 7:30 p.m. RED LEVEL dessert parry at their home o o
First Method! Church 9:30 a.m. 'Sunday School; 2nd & The Church U the grcaletl' factor Wednesday evening,follow i ng
for David. Soon he will be able to
ReV. Tom Price 4 pa.tor.SIA TftdmoolallDeedal. chase a butterfly explore the old apple tree, play with ..J goad eitisea.l.p. It wttorchouM a 'Rev. H. D.. .Cfibb : O.C. Anderson, pastor All menbers of the wedding par
School 10:00 ajn. of l11.1nlua.! Without :
Church Service 11:00 a.m. Tommy and Mary next door. a droog tpi Church aeither democracy Ministry School-Fri. 7:30 p.m. Bible School 10:00 a.m. ty were invited.
Service Meedng-Fri. 8&30 The rooms were b
nor civilization ea wirire. p.m. Sun. worship service 11:00.a. lovely wit
CENTRAL First Presbyterian. Rev. The first step is the hardest. David needs the encouragement . There are four found reaton Sunday: Training Union 6:30 Christmas decorations and the _
James C. Clark D. D.
tHURCH OF CHRIST Minister of Daddy's waiting arms. The second step will be why everpenoB should' attend Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m. dining table was beautifully apPOinted -

Seminole Club Bldg. Sundays 10:00 ajn. Church easier. Soon David will be skipping about like a lamb. enricet Church. regularly They ares and(I support) For the his Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. M Mid-week prayer serv.7:30 p.m. as was a smaller talbe
M. Y. F. 6:30 p.m. disignated for the Junior bridesmaid I
own sale. (2) For his children's
Sunday 10:00 and 1100 AM. School for all the family; 11:00 The first step to Sunday School and church will be sake. (3) For the sake of his corn Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. and Miss Betsey Roscow
and 6 P.M. a.m. Worship andSermon another thrilling moment in David's life. This first step mil, and ..,... (4) For lh* Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Delicious chocolate icebo x
Wednesday 7:00 P.M. sake l of the Church itself whichwear BROOKSVILLE .
cake, mints and demi t
Paul T. Dunn minister First Assembly of God, Rev. d for a shy little boy. David will need the encouragement needs bis moral and material; sup FLORAL CITY were served. e
Johnnie T. Powell, pastor. of Mommy and Daddy. Soon he will be asking port. Plan to fo to church regularly -
and read Bible daily. The hostess presented the
of'Christ of your
'Cave Bend Sundays to go to Sunday School. .. .'. Baptist Church, Jehovah's Witnesses, Brooks young couple with a crystal gob
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. .' Homer Duggar, .Pastor yule Kingdom Hall, County let filled with pink rosebuds and
Bible Study 10:00 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. An exciting new world of religious discovery waiting Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Park Rd W. miniature white flowers.
Morning. Warship 11:00 a.nu ETsngelisdcSenice 7:30 p.m. for your chi Jren when they take their first step to church. ,, 11:00 . .l1. .
Morning Worship a.m. Public .
Meeting Sun. 3:00 p.m.Ministry
Evening Worship 7:00 Wednesday-Prayer 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Mattie Mae Dixon
p.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. M r s.
School Fri. 7:30
Mid-week Bible S<"pdy Toes night service 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. p.m. Mabel Brown Mrs. Bob Gil-
Service Meeting Fri. 8:30
Wednesday 7:30p.m. Service Wed 7:30 p.m. strap and Miss Harriette Smith
Cur Lady of.Fatima Catholic Prayer p.m. Watch Tower Study Sun.4:15p.m. entertained with a bridal shower

First Lutheran Churchof Church, Sportsmens Park, Church of Christ Bible Study, Tuea. 7:30 p.m. for Miss Robin Sandlin, Sat u r-
Inverness Rev. James, O.S.B. pastor. Day Book Chapter Vena Frank Andrews, Minister day evening at 7:30 in the Flor-
Woman's Club Building Ma- -Su4day7:30&11:13 a.m. Copyright 196J, KeUter Advertising Service, Inc., Strasburg, Va. Sunday ida Power Lounge Inverness
Sunday Joshua 4 18-2i
8:00 SundayRev. Weekday roomings at 8 a.m. Monday Matthew 18 14 Bible Study 10:00 a.m. LECANTO Table appointments and room
Mador Pastor Religious instruction Sunday Tuesday Matthew 111M.14 Worship 11:00 a.m. decorations were of red and silver -
Myron Wednesday FtoTertaThursday 22
10 ajn. at church. PcalmiJrOVQufl: 34 11-18 _, Evening Worship 6:30; p.m. and the shower gifts were

Church of God Highlands Faith Chapel, Jay Friday Saturday Hebrews 12 4 3-11 14 i 1 Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Church of Christ, A. Frank piled beneath a silver Christmas -
Hwy 4)) S. InvernessRev. and l Elsie Prentiss..Pastors nnnn B a n BBHBSJn i MMW Johnson, minister. tree trimmed with red orn-
Neill Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.' ST. MARGARETS EPISCOPAL Methodist Church, Rev. Sunday aments. After the bride elect had
Sunday School 10:00 "m. SUNDAY.SERVICES :BEVERLY HILL CHURCH Henry Wolfe, pastor. Bible study 10:15 a.m. opened them they were displayed -

Modal Worship $1:00a.m.- Church School 10:00 a. m. COMMUNITY CHURCH Rev. Merrill A. Norton Vicar s Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship 11:00>> a.m. on long tables overlaid with
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Worship Service 11:00 a. m. Service -: Every Sunday p.m. 7:30 a j p. Holy Communion Worship hour 11:00 a.m. Worship 7:00 p.m. white damask, and lighted with
Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Evang. Services 7:30 p m. Held In Recreation Hull 10:00 Lm. Church School Monday-Prayer hour 7:30 p.m.COOK'S .. Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. red tapers.
> Rev. D. Rossl.Pastor 11:00 a.m. Divine Service The group gathered. around
the piano and sang Christ mas
carols then refreshments o t

Lubrication Tires
Clothes and Shoes Washing the hostesses.

Nationally Advertised Brands Fri endy Service IHVWMM

', Crystal River 795.2760 CARROLL READY MIX Hemando 726-4471

Seed Wire Mesh Block Cement
P PENINSULAR ABSTRACT CO. Dependable Prescription ServiceDrugsSundriesCosmetics Charles Randall ofYonk e r s,
Inverness 726-3431: N. Y.. son of Mrs. Daniel Fleming -
Asphalt & Cement Paving THIS SPACE AVAILABLE called Christmas. Her

Frank D. Sanders, President Dozer Dragline grandson was married recently
Inverness 726-8361 or 726-3071 Main Street Phone 726-4121 Call 726-1441 Another son, Warren Randall of
Frank D. Sanders, President Crystal River 795-2621 Washington state, also got in
Frances Q. Kennedy Vice-Pres. Dunnellon 109-2851 contact with his parents.
Tide Insurance -Abstracts of Tide Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wise
had Mr. and Mrs. Otto Loebei +
era of Ridgewood. N. Y. a J
General Contractor and Builder
JACKSON LUMBER COMPANY guests for the holidays. Mrs.
Phone 793-2678 Wise and Mrs. Loebelenz are
Inverness 726-4837 and 7264573Phone Polished Marble and Building Scone
Lumber Building Material STRICKLAND FUNERAL HOME sisters.Mr. .
726-5114 and Mrs. Carl Willlg o f
P.O. Box 284 Citrus Are. Lemon Street Crystal River
Paints Feeds. St. Petersburg vlsltedMr and
1 Crystal River Mrs. Edward Wise to celebratethe

Inverness 726-4051 ..' Office 795-3199 Res. 795-2691 24th wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. William Self ert
S & W RESTAURANT 7261441JOHN Hardware Lumber Paints spent Christmas with relatives

Air Conditioned HOMOSASSA LUMBER YARD Building Supplies Fishing! Tackle in St. Petersburg.Mr. .

. Private Dining Room Lumber and Building Materials Notions General Merchandise and Mrs. Fred Webel and
Steak Sea Food Chicken his brother and sister-in-I a w,

J Special Luncheons N. OSSENFORT Heraando: 726-5021 of Saratoga Springs N.Y.visit-
HardwarePaintsPlumbing Su>QpliesContracting
ed Mr. and Mrs.George Schultz

".i).. Hwy 41 N Phone 7264 s91 and & Building Mr. and Mrs. Randall Rltz-
Contractor Builder
> laff and son, Vernon,of Orlando
:- HoBosassa 795-2897 PORTER FUNERAL HOME visited Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
COCHRAN CHEVROLET CO. Sport am m s Park Fleming. Vernon just finished

Chevrolet Cars and Trucks Fully Air Conditioned four years of service In the j

Chevy II Corvair- Corvette Inverness 726-4491 I Klavy.

". Friendly Sales Expert Service INVERNESS SHELL SERVICE Phone 726-4661 Have A Compact

; Quality Parts Lumber Building Materials ,
..tc Lubdca on-Car Tasbing-Barteries t' '.
Extension Phone
t.IDTefH.. .. ,- N. Apopka Ave. Everything To Build Anything"See Pick Up ana Delivery -.. FERRIS GROVES

. Phone 726-8661 .,' VYe Give'lOP VALUE Stamps Installed
Us The Finest Name in Citrus
,'F-; Main Street
BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY t Phones 726-3081 Nite 726-5378 Floral Dial Lights Up

', River .
: Crystal 795-2923

It': . Quality at Budget Prices . :it'THIS* : BROWN DUMAS .. Saves Steps
"i.-'": Inverness Texaco ft Firestone:>> Service
Saves Time
Phone: 726-5211 -
Crystal River
.. . Inverness 726-4695 AVAILABLE
., \:;j' .. . .. ......;..;'-. - SPACE

f K::V' ); ." LAKE SIDE MARKET w,: P rte Oil Products .
'. 1& '?, : Me. & Mrs. E.E FOWLER Owners < "-; .iI I ..-, nli'. . :

'.:;THIS SPACE AVAILABLE . Fuel 01'1- GasolineKe*
and-- '' io> sene v
.. Groceries .
,.. Quality Meats, :- ; 'WS xr ;
Produce Lowest Prices Plus Diesel Oils
Call 726-1441 at ; 1\-. :
Service Tires Batteries, Accessories

Friendly -_: ,_';...' . .. \ "' : -f'.j k : ;

. .:. Hemanda 726-4479 ', ,.' -INVERNESS BARGAIN CENTER Inverness 725-4645 Fbrifa
. -" "
: **" Inverness : .

Give Pioneer ,: :. ', INSURANCE AGENCY ., .
.._ We StampsPickup .'
; ,," I r. ; .. '
Erinrude Sales and Service .
; .
and Delivery Service "' "There Insurance is s BusinessNot C-.

:,;. '- Timbedodge Log Cabins ( ..Open'7.Days. ;. a Week 9 am to 9.pm aSde Line" '

YEL YON Paint South Seminole St. Inverness Inverness 726-5121 ,

,.... Crystal Hirer Phone 726-3761 Shoes and Clothing .*. Crystal River 795-2657 Lees Wry Business
-j q.4t:1,.::. '. '. .' Office 78741514A

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WANTEDExperienced person Deluxe Masonarv Homes .THE FIFTM JUDICIAL
to do Income tax part The undersigned hereby c e r- the undersigned hasbeend u 1 y COUNTY F-LPinA.
time. Desk space and equipment LOOK tifies that it is conducting a fuel appointed and qualified as CHANCERY NO/15JS
Box 777. Inverness. Custom Styled and Built on ANTONIO UOSNETT .
1-dc business at 101 So. Pine St.,Inverness Administrator of the Estate o f plaintiff 0 ,
Land. '
your ,.Fla. under the fictitious BURT BOY WILLIAMS, d e- V. .
The Royal Palm, The Magnolia name of Greens; FuelGa) ceased. All heirs,creditors,le- VERA LOUISE 3ONNETTE
The Poinciana! The Classic Defendant.
WE BUY, sell and repair, usedKeAmore Service and that said firm i s gatees distributees, and all UIT FOR DIVORCE
Azalea Split Level and the
I R.C.A. Whirlpool composed of the following person other-persons having claims or
Low priced Orange Blossom NOTICE TO DEFEND
automatic washers. Work guaranteed whose name and place 0 f demands against said estate are IN THE 0II
I Series-2-34 BedroomsAll NAME OF THE
three months. Ph.. 726- residence '- as follows: hereby notified to present them STATE OF FLORIDA: i
with Heating Carports
40-tlc' Inc.,a 11 TO: VERA LOUISE BONNETTE' :
.2622 Harrison Gas Service be the County Judge C r us
t t Utilities.or Garages and inside. Florid*, corporation, County at his office at the Court WHOSE LAST KNOWN PLACE OF iC-.::- 1111 II 1111 1 I

Or. Wallace Hay announces 3301 14th St. W.,Bradenton. House Inverness Flori d a, RESIDENCE WAS 1278 MAIN
the opening of his office for Florida properly sworn to within siX(6) NETICUT AND WHOSE ADDRESSI

j the practice of optometry, in Trite for Free Brochure! and Ownership of Greens; Fuel Gas calendar months FROM PUBLI-THE S You NOW are UNKNOWN hereby :notified that a Live In Citrus County
Crystal River Ion. Hours Sat. Service DATE OF THE FIRST
see for yourself.P. suit for divorce has been filed against -
is as follows: CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
9:00 to 4:00 43-tfc
a.m. p.m. you in the Circuit Court of
O. Box 23, Leesburg, Fla. HarrisonGas Service,Inc. claim demand must
Each or Citrus
Ph. 795-2283 County Florida in chancery Read The Chronicle
) 51-4c It is its intention to apply to be in writing and must state the by the plaintiff, Antonio

GRAVELY TRACTORS -New, the Clerk of the Circuit Court in place of residence and post office his Bonnette, who alleged that you are
wife You are hereby requiredto
rebuilt, parts, reap if s. ROGERS FOR S/ LE-- 260' frontage on and for: Citrus County, Floridato address of the claimant and serve upon M. C. Scofield,'the . r S
t AUTOMOTIVE, Tavares. Ph. Homqsassa road next to Julian register the said name 0 f must be sworn to by.the claimant plaintiff's attorney, whose address t

343-3071. Vtfc Locklear home. Price $1600, Greens F"el Gas Service under his agent or his attorney !. 209-210 Masonic Building Inverness -
r, the provisions of Chapter 20953, or the same will become void Florida a copy of any
TV SALES terms, see M. C. SCOF1ELD, laws of Florida Acts of 1941. according to law. written defenses that you may

I Home Furniture Store,, Phone, owner, Inverness, Masonic,Fla.Temple Building 1-lc- Witness my hand,(our hands), First publication on Jan. 3, plaint choose filed to file In,this directed suit to on the or com-before -

726-12922 We give the most this 18th day of December, 1962 1963. the 14 day of January 1963.

lor the old see when you HARRISON/ GAS SERVICE,INC. marine bank and trust and to file the original of said
J IN CRYSTAL RIVER Mobile Frank Bennett, defenses with the undersignedClerk
trade for a new TV. Good BY A. companyAdministrator 1 j.
of the Circuit Court of Citrus
homesites on U.S. 19 S., 70 X President. of the Estate of
I selection of used TV's $25 County Florida. Failure to do so
and 75, all with central water. $25 Publish Hec. 27, 1962 BURT HOY WILLIAMS, will result In a Decree pro Con-
I'' &ID.I down and $10 ,mo. Contact Jan. 6, 13, 20, 1963 deceased. fesso being entered against you.
FLORA VEAL WITNESS my hand and the official O
owner at 795- Tampa. FloridaBy
I seal of this court, at Inverness -
2822 or HENRY A. CARRINCTON, Florida, on the 10 day of
i for trailer
TRUST OFFICER. December 1962. .. ..r
I under $1,000. P.O. Box 147, 47tfcFlorid MARGARET W.HAINES Publish Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24, 19"63 FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS Clerkof _
Hernando, Fla. 51-3p DeceasedIN the Circuit Court of Citrus
I County State of Florida.By S
thisSummer THE COURT OF THE : Virginia C. Williams, Deputy

Fiberglass & Materials CITRUS COUNTY FLORIDA, . C. Scofield.

/ See IN'PROBATE.TO MARINE BANK AND TRUST Invem.209-210 as Masonic. Florida.Building

M ALL CREDITORS AND COMPANYIN Attorney for plaintiff
Route 44 your lot, no money down, DEMANDS AGAINST SAID Publish'Dec. 13, 20. 27, 1962 _
I solid Jan. 3, 1963
three bdrm. completed ESTATE: RE: ESTATE OF
I Withlocaoehee'RiverPhone brick home. Full price $6700, WALTER E. WELLS
748-6593 You and each of you are here- Deceased.IN .
payments only $62.70 per by notified and required to pre THE COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
I month. See Model Home on Rt. sent any claims and demands COUNTY JUDGE. THE FIFTH JUDICIAL"CIRCUIT
REEL & ROD service Wet 200, across from old airport in CITRUS COUNTY FLORIDA. AND FOR
which or either ot IN PROBATE.TO ,IN
t trade and swap. BERT'S REEL Ocala.HARRISON HOMES,INC. you you may
SHOP, Glenn's Camp, 1st'road. 45-tfc have against the estate of MARGARET ALL CREDITORS AND CITRUS COUNTY,FLORIDA.
on left Rt. 44. S. -Inverne s s W_ HAINES deceased. DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
35tfcStuff Choice waterfront lot, for as of said County, to the County ESTATE: SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I little as $2995. Indian Waters, Judge of Citrus County Florida, You and each of you are hereby
at his office in the court house. notified and required to presentany MARGARET ARRINGTON,
just N. of River close
Crystal claims and demands which What
to U.S. 19 and the beautiful of said County at Inverness you or either of you may have Plaintiff
Fir Sale Crystal River. Reasonable- Florida within six calendar against the estate of Walter E. V.
months from the time of the first Wells deceased late of said "
sales office
terms. Contact JAMES ARRINGTON,
41. County to the County Judge of
claim demand shall be in
Come See on property, or TROTTER'S or Citrus bounty Florida at his Defendant.
REALTY, Homosassa Springs writing, and shall state the placeof office In the court house of said
Office. Phone 795-2792 Of- residence and post office address County at Inverness. Florida NOTICE TO DEFEND: happens '
Briflg Money fice of the claimant and shall within eight calendar months IN THE NAME OF THE .
: 795-2410. from the time of the first publication -
be sworn to by the claimant, of this notice. Each claim or STATE OF FLORIDA

II' Stuff F.r Stile 10 ACRES-walking distance his agent, or attorney, and any demand shall be In writing and 'TO" JAMES ARRINGTON, -
: Floral City, $25 down, $25 such claim or demand not so shall state the place of residenceand WHOSE LAST KNOWN PLACE when
office address of the
I filed shall be void. post OF RESIDENCE WAS
.I monthly. P.O. Box 147, Her- claimant and shall be sworn to by
! HERNANDO nando, Fla. 51-3p Edward C. HainesAs the claimant his agent or attorney 6200 PARK BOULEVARD,

'. . administrator of the > and any such claim or demandnot "PINELLAS PARK,FLORIDA,
Estate of so filed shall be void. AND WHOSE ADDRESS IS NOW "
WILL TRADE equity in t h r ee Pauline C. WellsAs f -
Your HOME FURNITURE: bdrm., two bath home,excellent Margaret W. Haines executor of the Last Will UNKNOWN. T people
1 STORE is- authorized FRIGI- location,'St. Petersburg con- deceasedFirst and Testament of '.You are hereby notified tha a .
publicationPublish deceasedM. suit for divorce has beenf fled
DAIRE and MAYTAG appliance Walter E. Wells,
venient to schools, shopping
Dec. 27, 1962, C. Scofield in the Circuit Courtof
dealer. We service what against you
we center, bus at door,for three or Jan. 3. 10, 27, 1963IN 209-210 Masonic Building Citrus County. Florida in
sell. 38-tfc four bdrm. home in Inverne s s. Inverness. Florida
Write Chronicle, Box 65 C. In- .Attorney for Executrix chancery, by the plaintiff,Mar- read -
THE CIRCUIT COURTOF publish Dec. 20, 27, 1962 garet Arrington, alleged
1 verness. THE FIFTH JUDICIAL 3. 10. 1963
FOR SALE-Revere 8 m.m.I CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Jan. that you are her husband. You

.I camera, complete with projecI CITRUS COUNTY. FLORIDA. are hereby required to serve
I screen and film. First WILL TRI\DE--M o tor and CHANCERY NO. 1539 upon M. C. Scofield, the plain- -

t class condition. Cost $250, trailer for a lot of equal va 1 u e. DELMAR plaintiff R. RAUP Notice Under Fictitious Name tiff's attorney whose address is want ads ?

sell for $65. Ph. 7261665. Ph. 726 2345 1-4c V. Law. 209-210 Masonic Building Inverness -

51-3c CATHERINE H. RAUP. Notice Is Hereby Given that Florida, a copy of any
FOR SALE--One bdrm.home Defendant. the undersigned, desiring' to engage written defense that you may

FOR SALE1961 F-83 Olds. furn. with large CB eajaeewith: : '. SUIT FOR DIVORCE in business under the fictitious choose to file.directed to the People who read Want Ads buy things and usuallysave
4-door sedan. Low mileage NOTICE TO DEFEND ,
Our and
I storage space. equity name of Florida Motel on complaint filed in this cause on
automatic transmission, available take 202 S. Pine IF THE NAME OF T1E STATEOF before the 5 of'February find and need
for owner. Call the Chroa- up payments. FLORIDA.TO U. Highway No. 41 North,Inverness on or day money. They things they want
Inverness, 1-lp 1963,
CATHERINE H. RAUP Florida, intends to andtofiletheorig-
I fete, 7261441. also known a. Mr*. Wally Page, register the said name with the inal of said defense with the which can't be found any other way.
whose last known address Is
Clerk the Circuit
Clerk of the Circuit Court of. undersigned
I SNAPSHOT DEVELOPING_ at You sox: are 1219 hereby Suffolk notified Virginia that: a Citrus County, Florida. Court of Citrus County Florida. They find apartments and rooms to rent, homes to

ZELLER MUSEUM and For ,Rent ,suit. for divorce has been filed Eleanor Roberts Failure to do so will result in a

I studios camera shop.Fast again.:. you in the Circuit Court of Publish Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24. 963 decree pro confesso being buy. They find furnishings and appliances, tools, toys,
courteous, quality service by Citrus County. Florida In chan-
FOR RENT Furn. two room entered against you.
experts. U. S.4IN.Inverness.52tfc. kitchenette apts. MILDREDOSS cery Raup, by who the alleged plaintiff.that Del you mar are R. WITNESS my hand and the official musical instruments and every type of needed article

EN FORT, Spottsm n'* his wife. You are'required herebyto seal of this Court, at Inverness for work and
Park, Inverness, 726-1371 serve upon M. C. Scofield. the It to advertise Florida on this 28 day play just living.
plaintiffs attorney whose addressis pays
44-tfc of 1962.
Masonic Building. ,
209-21C Inverness -
I Florida, a copy of any ,(Circuit Court Seal)
The Best for Less FOR RENT Furnished Home written defenses that you may There are jobs and those looking for l jobs; there are
and Furnished Apartment, S. choose to file directed to the complaint FRANCIS W.WILLIAMS,Clerk.

Shiners SOC Doz. Pine St., Inverness, and Fur the filed 21 day in this of January suit on or 1963.before Circuit Court of Citrus County, businesses for sale; there are real estate opportunities;

.. nished Lakefront Home at and to file the original of said defenses State of Florida.By .
2 Doz. $1.50 Floral City. See M. C. SCO- with the undersigned Clerkof HEARINGAIDSOnly Eula Mae Murphy there are boats and buildings, jewelry and jitneys anda
the Circuit Court of Citrus
Minnows FIELD. 36-tfc County Florida. Failure to do Deputy ClerkM. Want Ads.
so in The
S28.95.Up. thousand other day
J 5 Doz. $1.00All will result la a Decree Pro Con- C. Scofield offerings every
Newly decorated apt., bdrm, fesso being entered against you. 209-210 Masonic Building,
Cultured Bait WITNESS my hand and the offi- Free-Trial-Terms Inverness Florida.
and kitchenette. ,
f living room,
.I '
cial seal this Court at Inverness -
Direct from Hatchery ,Efficient for three,adults only. Florida, on the 17 day of Attorney for Plaintiff.
I See BIg-Hearted BertGLENN'S JOHNSON'S TRAILER PARK December, 1962. Landscape NurseryTwo Publish Jan. 3, 10, 17& 24, 1963

atI U.s. 41 S. Inverness, Ph. FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS Clerkof ; _
the Circuit Court of Citrus
I 4I
CAMP 726-2482 51-tfc County Florida.By outlets
MHHW Bi HM RBBMBSBBM l BB* Virginia S. Williams,
ht Road an Left, Deputy Clerk 1 mile East on Hwy. 44 Tomorrow is a great labor

Rt, 44 S., Inverness FOR RENT-Nice Trailer lots, (Circuit Court Seal) and at Sportsmen's: saving device for those who
lake privileges $10 per monthat M. C. !Scofield Park didn't want to do it today.
Lakeside Park. 209-210 Masonic Building x AA/
Inverness, Florida.
HIBBARD at Chronicle. 38-tfp Attorney for plaintiff.Publish .
FOR SALEMan's heavy overcoat .
December 20, 27, .
med. size practically new
FOR RENT-Two room apt., Jan. 3. and 10, 1963
202 S. Pine Inverness.
3 mi. S. on U.S. 41, Inverness, '

,Fla. Ph.. 72o-2909 51-3c 28th Consecutive .
Clocks all Kinds /-
.1 Waterfront Quarterly r wr
) f 3

} Anything You Need Mobile Homesites 6% Interest Payments INVERNESS HIGHLANDSSEE .r


We Buy Sell or Trade Direct From to Gulf$1,595.00- Fresh and Made on Jan. 2, 1 1to 1963 SALES OR TRANSFERS PURCHASES OF EQUITY,

Salt Tater Fishing:
PHONES: 736-1241 '
or 726-2471

BemandoHelp Trotter's Realty Holders of Record.

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WMted_ Telephone Homosassa 795-2410 Springs FOR SALE FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY -

Waitress Wanted Palms Truck-* Citizens Loan. CoLocally Three Brand New 2 B.' R. Hones Advertise In The

O-Tel. Box 666 Crystal River. Clocks Kinds INC. Complete for Tiring ceramic bath, carport, screened

I 1-lc. porch, well, septic tank, .insulation, oil furnace, garbage -

disposer special storage features, beautiful CifriuACHRONICLE
A WATKINS ROUTE Inthls area Anything you need.. owned and shaded lots 80 X 125 or larger. Pared streets, all Ccuq

is open for semi-retired man. operated far allCitrus. utilities in. J8.950.00 to $12,600.00, Cash
or Terms.
or lady. Many semi-ret i red ,
We Sell Trade
Buy or folks.
people are earning $50 to $100
per week depending on time de- ZAH-MAR VILLAGE FLORAL CITY BOX 65

yoted to the business.Maybe you Stuff Far Sale Inverness, Fla. 1 Mile South on U.S. 41, 2 Blocks Vest on S.R.480Ph. StBVINO Alt CITRUS COUNTY

can qualify. For personal inter- Court House' Square 726-5962 EDWARD L. JONES 726-1441
view in your area, write J. H. Owner & Developer Inverness

McGarity Williston,Fla. 52-3c Hemando I I

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'6A,1'he CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE January 3. 1963

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S FLORAL CITYBy Crystal RiverRamblings PUBLISHER'S' ,Inverness Golf aid Country Club

The New Year's Eve party at
Cltrus-had .Nut.Flowerln3.andFruItTrlnCantancrscan ( ..,
Phone 726-5966 past week was atwo-manteam
the Inverness Golf & Country
of-y. :. 'Cola Cash" was the theme of
w-s.twny.Nm. ar points. The winners were Bob
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Du- / Club was a huge success.
w..WIIIDellverSet.Qutand.Guarant.ebr$1.00eac I I back and daughter, Tami, from Sunday's play-off game inthe Members and guests da&ced Pittmen Joe Schoen, Bob Ritz
National Football league.
-.xtra Indiana were holiday guests jo f and brought in the new year with George Altenburger. Chuck
For those of who spend
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Welch. 'oy Laura 1 I''. Zirmcrman Sunday afternoons you wathcing the all the festivities,including Brayton and Lee Jones. The
blind bogey winner was George
LandscapeNursery Mrs. Katherine Irons and horns etc.
I for footballers it i
0 'play pay' s .
daughters Sharon and Shawn, A delicious breakfast was Goodrich.The
Two outlets and Mrs. Brogan of Rochester. Mrs. F.J. Dickerson of Tampa A.W. Lewis, Sr. at their homesin interesting to note that each ad of served by cook Reno Hey.It con- ladies day tournamentwas
1 ml. ftan cDurthouse on Hwy. 44 East N.Y. spent a week with Mr. and was the guest of Mr. and Lecanto and Crystal Riv r. the Green received Bay squ and sisted of ham, eggs cheese a throw out die three
members $5,883
'and.!at= Sportsmen's Park.. Mrs., Roy S. Cole during the Mrs. Joseph E. Burke, Sr. at respectively through the some change for hanging a los s grits, hot biscuits and coffee.A worst holes", which was won by
holidays. Mrs. Irons is the their home Magnolia Shores.Mr. Christamas season. real dandy time was had by Alice Von Wakhwisen and"low
the New York Giants. The
Cole's daughter. and Mrs. H.B. Sprangler Mrs. William Oyler of Cry- on all. putts by Marian Schoen.Jo .
Giant received b u t
players a o '
Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Walley arrived at their Bay-Vue apart stal Shores Estates left by plane Special thanks to Byron Ann Raulerson. a guest
thousand less
returned home Sunday after a ment and will remain here until for Charlotte N.C. where she one per Christy who supplied the facilities won high honors lathe afternoonof ,
week's visit with relatives in the middle of March when they visied her cousin who motored man. The cold cash angle came for cooking the breakfast. bridge."A . I
in weather that would have caus-
Pensacola. will return to their home in with Mrs. Oyler to Canton. )
ed an Eskimo to wince, 20-de-
Now Is Miss Mary Keating of Miamiis Columbus Ohio. Ohio, where they spent the holiday -
grees above with sinds blowingin down Pinellas County was, is who is I
enjoying the holidays with her Miss Joyce Oliphant daughterof season. snob is a person
from the north
at speeds
up avid fisherman.
family Mr. and Mrs.Bill Keat- Dr. and Mrs. J.B. Oliphant Prof. and Mrs. Fred H. Rho- 40 an ashamed to have his acquaintances -
to miles-per-hour. there's Kh'ruhschev and< I
who is the X-ray technician at des are taking a winter vacation Then : catch him with
The ing.Mr. *.*.*.*. 1
Time To Castro and there 'aint nothin'much
and Mrs. Bob Jones the Macon. Ga. hospital, spent at the Daugherty's Bay-Vue known his friends.-
Florida will be
as in those two names.
Oklahoma visited her sis I
City the Christmas holidays with her apartments from December to
Haven" inaforth-
ter and family. Mr. and Mrs.J. parents here. Other guests at April. Prof. Rhodes is a retired "Honeymoon ,
W. Murphy Jr., and other rela- the home were Mrs. W.R. Wil- teacher of Cornell Univ. coming issue of Modern Bride
Start ASavin'gsAccount tives in the area. Mrs. Jones is liams and her children of ndel Mr. and Mrs. G.I. Voegeding magazine. The Florida Development -

the former Viola Stokes. Ga. who are staying with her entertained Mr. and Mrs. advised Commission of this feature has been OCAlA BUSINESS DIRECTORY !

Miss Ann Dryden,a student at parents while her husband is F.J. Huhne and daughter, Lisa, storyto
the University of. Florida, is serving his country abroad. of Ann Arbor. Mich. appear in the March issue;

At spending her Christmas vac a- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stan- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stokes of the national magazine.It J

tion with her mother Mrs. Peg ton of Indiana were guests of were hosts at a Christmas din- occurs to us this feature
would succeed if the ensuing
Dryden. Mr. and Mrs. n.A. Kearney on ner party at their Red Level
Friends of Mrs.Ruth home. The married life could just be as s. i s. s '
Holaday Christmas day. guest list included: Eagls Furniture "niy Nc.
First FederalLeesburg will be pleased to hear she is Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Cook and Mr. Stokes' brother-in-law and sunny as our Florida climate.
improving in Brooksville hospi their four children of Baton sister. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jonesof 1
tal.Mr. Rouge La. were visitors during Oklahoma City. Mrs. Olive There's something in the name. Company Your Headquarters In \

and Mrs. M. H. Carroll Christmas at the home of Mrs. Priest the Jacob Parrish family Our nomination as a likely can- 2nd and Magnolia Qealt For tto Finest i
didate for Sheriff of Hernando
spent Christmas with their son Cook's parents Mr. and Mrs. of Red Level and Mr. and OCALA FLORIDA Lumber and 13riUctiag I
CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE and his family. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lemon. Mrs. George Rooks of Pleasant County of the is John Board D. Law of Directorsof a member For,Your Home Mated alt' .
Max Carroll in St. Pete. Mrs. Wade Whilden of Talla- Grove.
Furoi '
thingsWt .
Sixty-three attended the hassee, with her Su- Mrs. Lucile Keen of Hatties- the First Federal Savingsand .
daughter Loan Ass'n.,in BrooksvUle. Carry A Complete Li fit :)-r Prices Are Extra Low j
annual Christmas Eve party o f zanne and son. Barry spent the burg Miss. arrived at the home
the Stokes and Luttrell family.It Christmas season with the for- of her son-in-law and daughter We recall the sign on a sec- in 207 West Lincoln Street \

was held at the home of Mr. mer's mother, Mrs. A.D. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Alton F. Ware on ond story business suite across BABY FURNITURE OCALA FLORIDA I

and Mrs. Willie Luttrell on Sr. and other membersof Sunday evening. North High street from Ohio CASH OR EASY TERMS Phone MA.9.5609 ,

S. % Trails End Road. her family. Mrs. Wave Shearer her daughter State University, Columbus,O.,

41 Mr. and Mrs. Burl Bridge- Mrs. Doris Roach of Chattanooga Mrs. Mariana Hopkins and "A. Toothman", Dentist. I IRoofill
and Robert Dale children and of And there's the country doc- I
water nephew, Tenn.who is the daughter Billy Johnnie
Per Annum Mc Coskey of Scottsburg Ind. of A.O. Searle along with Woodward Park, motored up to tor whose 'shingle' reads "Dr.
B. Cutlip" and sounds if
A. as
were guests of Mr. andMrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stricklen Washington D.C. to attend a tAmpt ere Roofing 'Serrice
Carlile for a week.Mr. Bridgewater and Mrs. Luciel Curie also of Christmas family reunion.Mr. he needs his own services.We 724421 ReRoofing and Repairing

'f is Mrs. Corlile' sister. Chattanooga,'were guests at the and Mrs. David Rodman note thar Jack Frost is Reafdeadal or Commercial I
Payable Semi-Annually Mr. and Mrs. Theordore Fam- Searles' home. enjoyed a visit from Mr. and working withthefarmer's Loan I

bush and Mr. and Mrs. Fruit of Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Maynardand Mrs. Thomas Barrett and their Administration in making loansto AvKalt I
Leesburg were visiting the Car- daughter Rebecca May- three children as they motored citrus growers whose groves BuiltUpA > I
suffered severe damage inthe bciGo* Clay Tile
liles Sunday. nard were hosts to the lat- north from Pompano Beach
Savings Placed With Us By The 10th Mr. and Mrs. Max Manis o f ter's 'fiancee, John Haley: of where they had spent several "big freeze" .
John Bass a friend of ours Marion
left f weeks. HHtill :
Scottsburg Sunday a t e r a Birmingham Ala. during the
., i
/acation at Male's Sunshine Christmas vacation. Miss May- !\ .
Earn From The 1st Lodge. nard is a student at the U. of AND ROOFINGCO.OCALA I
Other holiday guests at the Florida and Mr. Haley attends : 1
lodge were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph the Univ. of Alabama.Mr. 308 N. Orange Street

Thompson of Salem Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Karl Sherman Mae Henley Phone 726.1822'Guests ,
and Mrs. Fred Holterman and motored up to Decatur. Ga. TOYS BOOKS. MODELS SEE Ui FOR ,

family of Ontario Canada; and where they were the guests of GAMES GYM SETS Ski I Tools 1

First Federal Mrs. Harriet Ferris of Miami. their son and daughter-in-law, ofMrs.LolitaDickenson Johnson for the holidays are WADING POOL Plumbing
Mrs. Charles Hirst of Christina Mr. and Mrs. William Shermanand over the Christmas holidayswere his family from Pinellas Park. JUVENILE FURNITURE Lumber ,

Pa. visited her husband in family. Their other son. her son and his wife L t. Guests of Mrs. Fred Mc- Free Gift Wrapping, D vo. Points ,

Keating Park over the holidays. Jack Sherman his wife and son, and Mrs. William E. Dickenson Donald were her son and familyMr. Courteous Serrice. Member *Berkley Pumps.
Savings & Loan Association Mrs. Hirst will retire from her Jimmie of Kenton Ohio were from Meridian Miss., Mrs. E. and Mrs. Eugene McDonald Turtle t
teaching job in June and make also guests of the William Sher C. May Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm from Ft.Carson Colo.Fred has Toy Guidance Council. Inc Sneppln x \

her home here permanently.Mrs. mans. Kimbel Sr., Mr. and Mrs.M.L. been in Germany for four years Jack) & Lawn Mowers
LEESBURG Marcia Hassler of At- Miss Patti Linder daughterof Kimbel Jr., Miss Camille Kim- and hasn't been home In e I g h t Atlas Alre Power Mowers i

glen. Pa. has purchased home Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Linderof bel and Terry Savage all from years. Joining them forChrist- Marten
in Keating Park and plans to Maple Street was ue guest of Safety Harbor. mas dinner at his mother's Toy Snap .
Phone 78743311.. 800 N. Boul.vard Yi. make her home here in the near Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sargeantat Miss Nancy Henley and her home were his brother Harry Pine Street 'Slopping Center HARDWARE CO. I

future. their home in Brooksville guest, Lonnie R. Harris from and family of Inverness and Phone MA 2-4441 Phone. MA 2.3181
for the past five days. Hendersonville N. C., s pe n t brother James and family from 17 No Magnolia Ocala, Fla.
Rev. and Mrs. George L. Saturday in Sarasota with the leesburg. OCALA. FLORIDA

.. Painter and family were in Roy C. Bennetts. Guests of Mrs. Mollie Yoder Flori d*Rail to ad Coomi salon .
holiday'headlines Jacksonville last Friday to Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy over the holidays were Mr. and Permit No. 31 Ocala UmbtfCompany \
spend a "delayed Christmas Hall over the Christmas holi- Mrs. Carl Yoder andf a mil y ,
holiday" with Mrs. Painter's days were Mr. and Mrs. J. P. from Cocao Mr. and Mrs.Gene LOCAL AND LONG inc.

parents Mr. and Mrs. Whitten. Hendrix and daughters from Sanders and sons from Jacksonville DISTANCE MOVING I

Melvin Robertson spent the Houston, Tex.,and Mr.and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Since 1928 You Build Better with Kill
I Yuletide season with a numberof Bronson Bryant and sonf r o m Hilliard and children from Bell. Dried Lumber !

his relatives in Charleston; Jacksonville Beach. Yuletide guests at the home of Colltar'sTermiRdlVan A complete line of
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. the Paul Balasch f
W. Va. W.L. Sr. a m i I y
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burke Owen over the holidays were were Prof and Mrs.Clarence Warthou BUILDING
; Sr. visied their son. Dr.Char- Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Jenkins and stephans from Newark.N.J.. 5 I BIRD ROOFING I 1

les Burke and family in Jacksonville sons from Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Balasch's parents. Mr. & Co. &LAMBERT PAINTSGYPSOM
last week. Mr. and Mrs. JohnF. Roscow and Mrs. Tom Osborne of Moss.

: Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Daugh- and family spent Christmas day Bluff. Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. Cor. Osceola and Taylor St. .

Look party-perfect for erty were Christmas guests of with his brother and!family Mr. Edward Osborne and sons Eddie OCALA, FLORIDA 1214 N. ,Magnolia I

their son, Marshall Daugherty and Mrs. William Roscow in Joe and Russ of W .a 11 s, Office Phone MA 2.8377 Ocala, Fla.
the holidays. Let our and family at their home in Largo. Miss.
Macon Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie McIntyre Mrs. Mae Henley and daughter. t

Heater Sale stylists arrange your Mr. and Mrs. R.J.Byarswerehosts and son, Danny, from Thomas Nancy and Lonnie Harris Local and Long DiHill's stie ce leer"

over the holidays to their son Ga. spent the holidays with spent Christmas day in Lutz

All Heaters ReducedFor hair in its most becoming family at their Clearwater her parents Mr. and Mrs.C.A. with Dr. and Mrs.George Weth-
home. Included in the party were Vause. erbee and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Van Sfrvia
I style. the former's parents Mr. and Jim Ogden son of Mr. and Wilson and family from Tampa.Is .

Clearance Mrs. W.W. Byars of town. Mrs. J. E. Ogden returnedto
Phone forAppointment Prof. and Mrs. M.R. Mc- Emory Atlanta on Tuesday to it really so differentnow TERMINAL Corner Hoge & N. Pine St. Highway
? Do the little girls in
their parents and other mem- resume his studies.
bers of their families in Ala- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.P. small towns still cry rereading Ocala Florida
bama Dear on Christmas were their Little Women? Have
Red TWO PHONES TO SERVE,YOU: MA :2-3742. & MA 2-7129
Sale son and family Mr. and Mrs.
Tag Mildred's i and Mrs. Arthur W. the Rover Boys quieted down
Beauty Carl Deal from Dade
Lewis Jr. and baby daughter of City. for good? Are the sidewalks
Jacksonville visited their Guests of the Carey Baxleysfor
parents all slick and
Salon cementy now-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. the Christmas holidays werecarey.s PACKING STORAGE CRATING 1
bricks board no
and no no
Maynard. and Mr. and Mrs. laughter family,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Capo and sons mud? . .
Vented & (Invented I from Dothan Ala.

Guests of Mr. and Mrs.L e s-

Radient Fire Place Logs ter Cook for the holidays were 1
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Mrs.their son Terry and his Cook wife from Mr. and Ft. The Bank Of InvernessInverness

All Sizes & Models Bragg N. C.

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Scofieldand Florida
We boys spent the weekend at

points of Interest in central and
Finance. south Florida. Statement of Condition

Here Is Guests of Mr. and Mrs. O.F.
Your Up To 5 YearsTo Allen last week were Major and At the Close of Business, December 31, 1932

Mrs. Frank 13aker.and am 11 y.,
Opportunity To Recover Pay. TS% from Tampa. Also spendingt RESOURCES:

holidays with them are their son Loans and Discounts ..._________ .. .._ ... ." ..._ $1,4W,4W.W

and daughter, Miss Catherine Cverdrafts -_._-_._.. --_- _.. ..---.---__._....., ....._-._ -. .-- NONE-

Allen from Atlanta and John Banking House _.__.. .. .. ._. : 25,379.78#

From The Shock Allen from Keesler AFB Miss. Furniture and Fixtures ._._r. : ..._._.._.. -..,._.;.....,..)...:_...._. 1384.58
Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Hill and Other Assets ... i 13(7 S7
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Miss Hill the :
Joy spent holidays

Of Your DecemberFlameless V with Roy's brother and wife i n CASH AND RESERVES: .

Jacksonville.Mrs. U. S. Government Bonds ..::_.::-:_ $4,2W,024.38
Viola Tooke is
weeks in Brademon spendingtwo with her State, County and Other Bonds __.. ?.. ..._ _--. 347.3W.28

[ iflh1iI sister, Mrs. T. C. Carroll. Cash on hand and due from banks -... : 443,367.5 5,055,281.23

Mrs. St. John spent the TOTAL : $6, 6,172.53

Christmas holidays with her

Heat Bill niece and nephew Mr.and Mrs. LIABILITIES: .

:. Wayne Beck in Alexandria, Va. Capital Stock $ 100,000.00
1 Mrs. Woodrow Levins -
TUD spent Surplus _'. :240,000.00
t1ipMK0 the holidays with her son and his .Undivided Profits ?,. 3,879.38
family Mr. and Mrs. "
Buddy Reserves --S___ -L. __ -- 90480.62
Levins in Albany, Ga. Buddy
flew in from Bogato, Colombiafor Income Collected-Not Earned _..:... ... 20,187.30

the holidays.A DEPOSITS -, ,110,225.23

GREEN FUELGAS surprise birthday party was TOTAL .. ,. "W5.172.53-
given by Mrs.Marie Mann at her
e UP home for Mrs. Jeanette Glenn Deposits insured up to .$10,000.00 by: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

A who celebrated her79thblrth-

SERVICE day. A supper was served to tEe- OFFICERS: DIRECTORS:

Addition* following guests: Mr. and Mrs. '
'.* George H. Bi ****
Cabinets Built William Bamber, Mrs. Catherine George H. Brannen, President ** ?
101 So. Pine St. Carey Spook
RemodelingRoafhig Goodrich, Mrs.Madgele n e
W. R Mullinks, Vice President Margaret S. BrannenIhoinas
,R. C. MacDonald Fuderer Mrs. Florence Draper. :
Plumbing Mrs. Margaret Steinback, J. Tobin, er. Johnson S. Savary

Ph; 726-1111 IBVUMSS Call 726-4474 Miss Genevieve and Father S Dr, t CfeU M.l' o.diioat
; . Wiring James Hogue O.S.B.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray

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TVA Turning Dormant .. .

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ForestPersons ..c '
Experimental t
r motoring last week young plants all part of the experiment : .
::1"0' ..
along Highway 490 Just west of in reforestation -,;""'- t
'y}" 1 s M1 f 'b r 'Holder, may have seen a numberof Overseeing the experiment ... .
: hunters in a fenced area.Had with scientific eye. is Dr. Paul'
they stopped and tfiok a long Peperzak of Wilson Dam, Ala
look, they would have seen a This handsomt young Dutch-
deer or two jumping this fenceto American is an agronomist with :1tt
get away from the hunter. Or TVA, in charge of the Author-
. .there was a rush in some groves to salvage all possible fruit left on the trees. . as did this writer, see a young ity's forest fertilization p r o- :
staff photo deer crash into the fence with gram. His keen interest in the
such force that itdiedofabroken project and his ability to work ,-

neck. with the young tree planters ,
w tt Yr
Yet had they looked long makes the reforestation experiment _
enough and deep enough Into the a pleasure for all.
i. 1s'e
partially wooded area they Others who are closely associated -
would have observed somethingmuch with the TVA experimental -
r more tranquil.: They would forest area are Henry Putz, ? .rt
f r r have seen a number of young mining engineer for TVA.fr om
Yt : ; : : men unarmed except for their Ocala. Mr. Putz has been with '
I:4 small "hole makers and fertilizer the phosphate prospecting here Jti h
'T' and tree seedlings t>place since shortly after it was begun r

:* into these holes. little over a decade ago. Thereis ;r. :
The Tennessee Valley Au- also Dr. Roy Bronson,chief of :
thority was busily at work in the soil and fertilizer research
citrus County, Florida. branch. Dr. Bronson selectedthe'areafortheexperimen
{ Yr The young men were 0 c a I a tal
High school and junior colleg e program.
students. There were also some The program is a creditto
: 4sj agricultural minded students TVA. Theforthemomentabandoned -

fAr the university. All were in a phosphate property i.i xi.. -
i 400-acre section set aside by could be put to no better pur-
the TVA foranexperimen t al pose than of becoming a research -
forest area. Their job had been bed for such a r forestation
contracted by Marian Roc he, experiment.World .:X" i r
FFA instructor at Ocala High

; ;. -I 4% School. War 1
Phosphate Property 1' -
Over 10 years ago, 4,000 tr t
r : acres of Citrus County property, Vets To Press
was purchased by the TVA and . Dr.. Peperzak and "his boys" see that these slash pine seedlings get proper attention .
y s prospecting for phosphate was For PensionsAn -staff photo
undertaken in a big way. Most
of this land is situated between effort to increase and ex-
it I.P Holder and Hernando, but the pand the pension program for Denies Taking Good Attendance At I IAssociation's

TVA--or Federal Governmenthas veterans of the First World Waris
r .Mr 1.t #P a other such properties at the major objective o f the Money At Oil :
Mrs jl i Hernando and Floral City(not to Veterans of World War 1, Inc., PartyThe :1

..while in other groves the frozen citrus fell to the ground and soon fermented. .. mention some along the proposed when the new Congress convenes -
-staff photo cross-state barge canal January 7. Firm On YuleMarvin Inverness Jaycees and gathering, and assured 'the
route) for future needs. . Edward J. Nerson, of San The Citrus-Hernando Count y group of their support in this
At the present time;however, Diego California; National Downing wlio voluntarily -
; Association of Retarded Children -
undertaking, even to a state
Barring Another Freeze. t top quality phosphate can be Commander of the Veterans o f turned himself over to local and Adults,jointly s p o n- level.
.. purchased more economi call y World War I, urges all eligible officers last Thursday in sored "Holiday Season" part y The "Happy Hoppers" square
by TVA from the Bartow district the National connection with larceny of
veterans to contact
Thursday night was a huge suc- dance group,with Dick Bishop of
and there has been neither need of the VWWI 40 money at the Imperial 011 Co.
headquarters ,at
of 50
cess upwards people a t-
Inverness doing the calling, put
Outlook On Future Citrus nor demand prospect'1 a ads G Street, N. E., Washington 2, a last$1,000 week bond., has been released on tended. on a short entertainment far the
here in the county.So D.C., in order to be informed Mrs. Ellen Dean, a retired happy children.
TVA became research plans being made for the proposals The 25-year-old Downin g, teacher of exceptional children Contributing to the delightful
minded in the of reforest- which woll be manager of the service station
of 20 will take
years experience affair the Inverness -
were Jay
Is More ation. thenewCongresso.Neronasksthat has denied the larceny charge, over the forming and
Crops Optimistic managingof cees Coca Cola Bottling Company -
The Authority set aside 400 all men who served in 1918 but refused to take a polygraph the young adult, or out-of Mr. and Mrs. James E.
for this This forward their addressesand (lie detector) test.
acres project.
names school The first
age group. and
Cot)>rs. Mr. Mrs. E. Van
January and February,ordinarily caped without serious damage. but the hardier varitie s, year 100 acres have been clear- serial numbers to the headquarters Deputy Louis Pielow told The meeting of this group will be on Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. E. von
the two coldest months i n said Medlin Early and mid- especially tangerines, are not ed and are being planted. All and in return they will Chronicle that Downing turne d January 11, at the home of Mrs. Walt&ausen, and Connors Office
Florida, are yet before us, but season fruit, which was mature. damaged as severely as others. seedlings come from state be supplied with complete and himself in after learning that a Harry: Van Nortwick. Each child Supplies.
for his had been
t barring no severe freezes dur- is being salvaged for juice but Grapefruit trees are genera ly nurseries. specific information concerningthe warrant arrest will bring a projectlnhandcraftthat
ing the next couple of months, the Valencia oranges t a n g e rives damaged more than orange About 60 per cent of this 100- legislative program 0 f the issued by the oil company he is working on to this .
and of acres is being planted in slash Veterans of World War 1.The supervisor. SMILE..B. Happy...
there is still some hope temples, tangelos remaining trees equal size. meeting. The mothers will
expressed for the county's citrus on the trees will be almost Protection Efforts Failed pine seedlings. Another large .latter organization is a Deputy Pielow said Downingtold assist in this project. it's 1963
almost 30 will comparatively new v e t e-r a n s him that $150 had been deposited -
area cent
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growers.In a total loss. Present efforts Mr. Medlin noted that grow- Thece are parents of eight exceptional -
a report to The Chron- are to salvage the oranges ers' efforts to protect either by have various other types of group but on December 31 had in the company safe before children In the Inverness -
icle, Agricultural Agent Quentin which are most valuable.Some sprinkler irrigation,wind machine pines planted thereon,including enrolled over 225,00 m e tubers closing Christmas Eve. area, making an all out effort -
Medlin stated that damage from grapefruit may also be salva- or firing did not appear to sand pine. Next year, it was It was given a Congress- Seventy-five dollars was m I s- to reach the amount of fif- J.
the recent cold wave--worst for ged. have had much effect since the understood, the state plans to ional charter by the Congress in sing from the safe's money bag teen, in hopes that a special
set out millions of sand pine 1958 and now ranks as the third when the station was opened
the state in this century--ap- Operating at CapacityThe temperatures dropped so low class can be started with aqua-
pears to hav been limited to county ag agent said.all and remained low for so long. seedlings. Because the t r a- largest veteran organization in Wednesday. The officer pointedout limed Special Education trained .
leaf and twig damage, so far as processing plants are reportedto The Federal-State Frost dltlonal Florida slash pine is the country. that there were no signs that teacher.
bearing trees in most groves in be operating at capacity 24 Warning Service Reported becoming subjected to diseases A Citrus County Chapter was the station had been broken into, Many service and social clubs
the county are concerned. hours a day. So far, no serious 14 1/2 degrees Fahrenheit 10 and since the sand pine is con- recently organized along with a and that the safe was still lock- were represented at this
"The growers have one ray of bottlenecks have been reported hours below 26 degrees sidered a faster and better Ladies Auxiliary group. ed when he arrived.
hope In spite of the long duration in the picking hauling, and Floral City. Because o f the growing tree, the state will ex-' --- -- ---- ----- - -
ofthesub-freezingtemper- processing operations.The wind there was very1 little variation periment. TVA is helping out. r a. 0r
,atures" Medlin said. "If no- fruit is breaking down in readings over the county Many Other TreesIn :
further freezes occur this year, very rapidly due to the war m, addition to the trees already 4 1 \ ,
there's chance for a fair crop of humid weather since the freeze. mentioned, the young 7 ,
fruit next year." Cool, dry weather: would have planters were setting out seed- % )
"" Citrus Coumty fruit crops suffered been blessing in enabling lings of Arizona cypress, bald

s evere damage during t ii e growers more time for the sal- cypress, Catalpa, cottonwood, ,
peroid from Dec. 12-15. Tem- vage operation, Medlin said red cedar and yellow poplar. :
peratures dropped into the low Because of the time element, Varying amounts and types of : 1 1k 'I ::4

20s and below on Thursday and probably less than 50 per cent of fertilizer is being applied the
Friday monrings, and into the the. crop will be salvaged. t f
low 20s again Saturday morn Young trees did not"fare so 4
ing. Winds of 10 to 15 miles per well as mature and older bear- a a .__i .
hour on Wednesday night and Ing trees, the agent pointed out. ACP Sign-Up 4 tir
Thursday morning rendered all Many of them appear to be killed a
efforts to protect fruit ineffective back to thebankqrtolargewoodin Deadline Nears ire
and fruit did not thaw all day the case of some which were 4
Fhursday. not banked. All varieties appearto + c -
The initial sign-up period in at
Very little if any, fruit es- be damaged on all rootstocks, Citrus County for participating

in the 1963 Agricultural C o reservation
Program will end on '' .e,;
Citrus Growers Offered Jan. 15.Bob ,,, a +t' : yie ,

I Breen, County Office
Emergency Money LoansThe :; manager, Agricultural S tab i 1- : 4' Fa
Ization Conservations e rv ice, (
reminds farmers and rancherswho t
Farmers Home Adminis- cued at the Davis Build ing,. plan to participate in th e
tration is going all out to meet Bushnell Florida (P.O. Box- Nelson Short 1963 ACP to be sure to submit
the credit needs of farmers i n 217)). their requests to the Countyascs
Citrus, Hernando and Sumter Emergency loans bear 3 per- 4 office before the Jan. 15
counties who'were stricken by cent interest.They may be madeto deadline. The county office I s
the bad freeze and cold weatherof finance crop production and Floral City Church located at the courthouse in in-
December 12 to December 14 for other expenses Involved i n verness. 1 J .i 1
and who are unable to obtain continuing 'normal farm I n g Has New MinisterThe The # CP is designed to help w23Sff *
credit from normal sources, operations.To the farmers and ranchers of the
Jasper B. Stewart, Jr., the be eligible a farmer must Rev. Nelson Short is the county to carry out needed con-
agency's county supervisor be unable to obtain the credit he new minister of the Floral City servation of soil, water and ,
says. needs from other sources and Church of Christ, having moved. wildlife resources. Under the ..,
Jack Frost, Washington nat- should contact these sources to the county from Tennessee program the FederalGovern-
tlonal director of Farmers before applying for a loan. H e just a couple of weeks ago ment shares up to 50jg o f the t rR r
Home Administration's emer- must also have suitable experi- There, he was working with the actual cost involved in carryingout
gency loan office,outlined steps ence and reasonable prospectsfor Willette Church Christ,near the necessary conservation s
for handling applications for success in the farming operations Red Boiling Springs, Tenn. H e measures. This is done in recognition -
loans by needy farmers. he plans to carry on with has preached in KentUcky.Indl- of the fact that these resources ,>.-
the loan. anna. Mississippi andTennessee. are vital not only to the
The volume of loans made Farmers who borrow are expected The young minister we 1- farmers and ranchers who own . r.
may run into the millions of dollars to repay their loans as comes each and all to visit with the land but also to the health and k .
in the 34 counties designated soon as possible consistent with the church, and his personal well-being of each citizen both :rz-'.,.R ;CJ .-::;.- 1-
for assistance by Secretaryof their repayment abilities. services are offered to anyonein and in the futhre. ANOTHER SIGN OF PROGRESS In Citrus County has been ramp offers the only free access to the Withlacoochee in Q t r a s
Agriculture Orville L.Freeman Loans are secured by liens on need of them. His column Interested farmers can obtain noticed by a number of persons driving tc c h e end of Turners County. . perhaps the only free access anywhere along the river
on December 14. crops financed and on chart e 1 "Bible Meditation", is being further information about the Camp Road--to the Withlacoochee River.Thanks to the State In addition to the adequate boat ramp,the State Road Department
County Supervisor Stewart property and by liens on rea 1 printed as a weekly article a this 1963 ACP byvlsltlng the ASCS Road Department, a good boat ramp has been provided at this established a nice picnic area, including improved =spec
aid he is accepting applicationsfor estate when necessary for ade- request. beginning t his Counry Office or by phoning 726- spot. Frank Leslie,former member of the now defunct Lake. and two solid tables, one of which maybe seen in the above picture -
loans at his county office lo- quate security. issue. 2551. Tsala Apopka Water Control and Recreation Boardsaystne -staff photof

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\ IIIVllle AIL CITRUS COUNTY Ph. 726-t 6 01 Inverness.We .

;x. .. ,. FIVE YEARS Tuesday They are: Francis
... AGO
Published every Thursday by the' Citrus County -"" -:.o: ,"."- .,., (Cowboy) Williams clerk of the
.. Publishing Co. at 107 N. Apopka St.., Inverness, ''.'tea'?'h 'j'J ,,.a..% The new Citrus County Cham- circuit court: B.R.Quinn.sheriff A
drive for
'or Commerce mem-
'FI rlda. Established in 1890. Entered as second ; and Ernest C. Johnston registration -
: bers has exceeded the original
class mall.at the past office at Inverness Florida + :r, dn: goal of 150 and the directors supervisor. print everyttonfHr.dtr

President now have hopes of increasingthe
HERMAN W. GOLDNER, The newly elected officers of
R03ERT L. CHAMBERLAIN, PublisherBOB s: G'O number to 200."Aunt" the Inverness Order of Eastern
G. TANNEHILL, News Editor: s. Julia Braddy, colored Star to be installed next week tlit
resident of Crystal River for 51.
. .
RUSSELL FORD, AdvertisingSCY more than 50 died at include: Mrs. James Arline.
HIBBARD JR., Production Supt. worthy matron; L.B. Hayslip,
her home Dec. 24. She was more
worthy patron; Mrs. George
r Subscription, $3.00 a year In Citrus "Morton, than 100 years old. Condrey Dr. Jere Kirkpatrick. Everything from a cord to a catalog, we
r Hemando. Levy and Sumter counties, 6 months Two rabid dogs have been reported Frank Dampier Jr.. Mrs. Lulu
:' in the county during the : print to perfection 1 No Job too smell to
$1.75. Elsewhere In U.S. $4.00 a year, 6 months Rector, and Mrs. G.A. Allen. i
week and all
'2.50; $5.00 a year in Canada Subscriptions mailed rr :';: past are urged to have dog their owners pets A new Christmas bicycle almost our careful attention. No I job too big to
outside Florida part of the year take the $4.00 -. ti vaccinated.A led to serious injury Sun-
4 .. "iv day of Gerald Roberts. 7.son of
;- ..: meeting tp consider riding overtax our capacity.Prices reasonable.
rate.When .'l, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis H. Robertsof
address Is changed, send the Chronicle . .w"'_" .k. Lake Tsala Apopka of a great
,' Lecanto. when the Deliveries right the dot of .
?: ::: young- on our promise.Let
both your old and your new addresses. New address : O 1.,, part of its predatory fish will ster rode his new bike out of a
alone Is not sufficient.THE '. 'j : 'JtZ f { be held at the Hernando Civic
:. .., Q side road directly into! the pathof
-t.:if": ; ::0. Club according to Norvell -
'.>. ./ an oncoming car..He. was bad
CHRONICLE I Is a member of } -. I' president.A ly bruised and frightened. us show you samples

Florida Presa.Assoclatlon e' -,.. leadership course in Civil ObiU .. :'es.Clair AllisonHes-
Citrus County Chamber of Commerce _f Defense wjll be presented In Inverness lington 73, retired painter and of our work in any cafe-
by Mrs. Bell Land ,
Crystal River Chamber of Commerce resident of Turner Camp Road
., CD director.A .
county of printing that
for the past eight years; Earl gory in-
..._1 .:. horde of rabbits
+ swamp Cleuston Hamill 65, retired
including some very churlish minister from Birmingham, reverts you. . and quote
: ,. ., ,,t specimens have laid siege to the
xr Mich. w
The Chronicle Your f..r ;. Fred W. Payne home onthe you on your next /job.I .
: Wildwood Road. Preliminary work was started O
this week in preparation for Citrus -
.. sn Twenty thousand finger ling County's annual fair, which
Newspaper In 1963 bluegill bream were released in will begin on Jan. 27. accord- \ Citrus I County CHRONICLE

PERFECT TAX BILLS AT HAND the county during 1957. ing to County Commissioner r
A rain and resultant
Norman P. FairAssoc-
The Chronicle wishes alrof the residents of Citrus County--all The effort that the Administration is puttinginto poor visibility forced three fly iation president. Inverness, Fli.
of our readers--a very healthy, happy and prosperous 1963. The ing Tampans down into a pas-
past year has been a good rewarding period in our history. W e the drafting of a tax reduction bill is com ture of hte Knapp Ranch at Le- .

look forward to the new year with even greater anticipation of the pletely unnecessary.<<; canto late yesterday.The .
numerous great achievements which may come to be in our wonderful Floral City Order of
area. We also look forward to another fine year of close That's because the soundest and most practical Eastern Star has elected the Area Business/ DirectoryAUTO

association with our friends and neighbors in Citrus County program for critically needed tax rate reform is following new officers: Mrs. I

In amplifying the appropriate remarks made during last Thurs- already at hand right in the Administration's Lena Pettijohn worthy matron:
day night's Kiwanis Club meeting by our president Herman W.' Arthur Price worthy patron; SALES 4 SERVICE ELECTRICAL SERVICE PEST CONTROL
also of Petersburg we declare backyard. Mrs. Nell Wooley.RhettStrickland -
Goldner, who is Mayor Sty may ----- ---
our sincere Intentions of working tirelessly and diligently with The perfect answer is embodied in the tax rate Mrs. Sally Hinman Mrs Chatman Buick Frasier Mountain Bra
our fellow citizens for the best interests and welfare of C i t rus lone Foshee Mrs. Myrtle Collins r
County. Our area is, indeed a "potential paradis e"of Florida reform legislation sponsored by Rep. A. S. Her- Mrs. Clara Walter, and Pontiac Co. Appliances, :inc.

and the nation. Unlimited opportunities are laying dormant.j Just long, Jr. (Denl.-Fla.) and Rep. Howard H. Baker Acey McCall. SalesaadScniccInternational Pest CI.trllResidential !
waiting for a great awakening. which The Chronicle aspiresto (Rep.-Tenn.') Watermelon planting time arrived Faint Equipment H ec: Motors-Remind*Repaired
take a leading part. with the warm holiday end International Trucks Wesringhouse-GE-Daytoq Sales aad Commercial
The obligations and responsibilities of any newspaper to it s These legislators are the real pioneers of the weather amid indications that a Tampa Hwy Jet Pump Nfotors Repaimd Household Spraying

.reader community are magnanimous.:! Aconscientiousnewspsper, tax rate reform crusade. Many years ago they near record number of acres Brook e 796-3533 Commercial Refrigeration Termite Control
is unlimited in the s e rv ice it may render to its "constituents." will be used again for that crop 8 N. Georgia Ave.BrooksrUle R6 aches-Ants-Moths-Sttverfiab
As has been asid over and over again a newspsper is the mirrorof spotted what the "johnny-come-latelys" have only in the county this year. BrooksFord 796-201_ Basoksvffle 796-4254

Its reader community reflecting the good and bad. . reporting recently recognized-that the present federal tax Miss Betty Sue Smith of Sales, nc.MERCURY Crystal Electric Nc.
the news, but not necessarily creating it.In many instances, however system was primarily responsible for the country's Brooksville became the bride of REAL ESTATE
Your Hectncal
of reflectionsit George M. Cason of Complete Center;
newspaper can play small role in the type Inverness.
produces. It can work for improvements for progress--for a sub-par rate of economic growth and the resultant Obituary: Domingos Ferreira METEOR Service on All Makes of Allen Realty t

more desireable community.But high level of chronic unemployment. Silva 52, a native of Portugaland COMET TV Rado Refrigeration: -
let it not be forgotten that a small newspaper is limited in a resident of Inverness for 31-39 Brooksville Ave. Small Appliances Vaterffont Lets Acreages
its capabilities. There is only so much that a small newspaper, Representatives Herlong and Baker not only the past six Brooksville 796-3525 Gtrus Ave. Homes Business

with a small staff and with limited facilities can accomplish. A diagnosed the' trouble but really, die. 1 something years.Ten Years Ago :AUTO GLASS TRIM Crystal River 79.5-3223 2 Bedroom W&terfoftt Home

weeklynews! aFer such as, :The C hroNcleendeavors. to becomea about it. These distinguished members of the tax- Three new officials who were 19450.00
part of its reader community. As Mr.Goldner put it, "we lookat elected in November will take Davis Auto Glass ELECTRICPLUMBING P.O. Bldg. Inglis-
our paper as a partner of Citrus County.. ,working tirelesslyfor writing. House Ways and Means Comittee launched office at the courthouse. next & Trim Td. 447-2333; 447-2391
its welfare and progress." As such. then we must expect a legislative "hot war" for tax rate reforms and ShopCeciLDan's Another Fine Installation byShutts

close cooperation with our reading public with our advertisers.Like have vigorously pursued it over the years. Proprietor Kepler Reiltv
any business ours will be as good as we want it to be--as r Cusmm Made Seat Covers DUNNELLON FLORIDA
we make it. But it will also be as good as you help it,to be. We.do Now that everybody is trying Jo get into.the art ". "I'" Glass Installed Pmmntly. Water View lot with access to
15 N. Magnolia St. Electric
not claim to serve in the capacity of a daily publication.Ve are it is certainly reasonable to expect- "- that 'first' cot(. Brooksville & Plumbing Witfalacoochee River and only
not designed to serve that purpose.It has always been our contention sideration should be given to the remedy \ )jf T; Service Repairs 3 miles from doWntown Dunfl-
proposed Dunaellon River
that local weekly newspaper is closer its readers than M AUTO SERVICE STATIONS' Crystal ellon.,for $660.00. _Lot is high
.the distant all-purpose dailies because seeks a more familiar by the first legislators to warn of the serious ? ..OPICS HU9-2562 79S-3257 {and dryR..I _- __ : mmt

association with local citizens.A newspaper to its reader com- effects of high personal and corporate tax rateson Springs Ra ha
munity as one person is to another--as close, as friendly, a s
helpful as each will allow himself. our economic health. A bervice: ol Youi Doctor oi Medicine. Standard Station FURNITUREUSED Estate Agency

With these thoughts in mind we wish you a Happy New Year. The efficacy of the Herlong-Baker legislationis Your Florida Local Dird cal Medical Association.Society and the Headquarters for Ward's Furniture Co. VI WATERFRONT MOBILE

We trust that The Chronicle and the residents of Citrus Countywill proved beyond all doubt by its provisions.Over Adas Tires & Deloo BatoemesBnkeSesviceGmeYal We Buy & Sell New & Used HOME LOTS J100) down,
become more neighborly in 1963. We seek your support and COFFEE. ANYONE?
cooperation in order that we may be of greater service to you. a five-year period the first bracket of per- Radiator Flush: Repairs Repairs Guaranteed Furniture -30 Appliances days-Terms 130 month.

--' sonal income tax rates would be reduced from 20 Moslems The Koran, forbids scriptures the drinkingof of the Hamosassa Springs 710 W. Fort Dade ATC.Rrooksville Boz 468. HomosMsa Springs.

Some N "Do's"For to 15 per rent and the top rate of 91 per cent intoxicating beverages. Sev- Peter'sPure 72 --.2J;>K LARGE MARINA 'SITE
eral Moslem
ew. centuries ago, FLORISTGIFTS
down 42 There would be
brought to cent.
per priests declared coffee to be in. 20 Acres on River
corresponding reductions in all the interim rates. toxicating. But so subtle and Oil i Service -Westovers 530.000. 'Terms

The New Year Thus every taxpayer would get a cut of at least attractive fee that the was habit the of flavor drinking of cof it Pure* Gas- Batteries- Otic -- LubricationTire TV Straps Flowers & Gifts Archie G. EilsriReg. ..

25 per cent. had an irresistible appeal for the "We Give Service with Exquisite Gifts Broker -

In last week's Chronicle we carried an article by Dr. Herbert The top corporate rate of 52 per cent wouldbe Arabian drank it. In Moslems the 17th and century they, Every Gas Sale" For Every Occasion I InglU, Flo.I -, 447.2363 I
Spaugh, whose column "The Everyday Counselor" is daily refresher Floral City 726-5813 Flowers-Bouqaets and Design ._
coffee houses appeared in Turkey
in many newspapers across the nation.We hope you will reduced to 42 per cent, also in five annual and Member FTD
Italy England. Kae its & Lynch
find the following contribution. "New 'Do's For A New Year"worth ftages. The physiological action'of AUTO STORE 709 TR. JeffersonBrooksvUIe
reading and thinking about: coffee derives from the presenceof 796-3549 Fa* YsakeeewB Kopec/
Each year at this time I reprint from my Scrap Book some As Representatives Herlong and Baker point the alkaloid caffeine present Western Auto In che Woods

"do's" for the.New Year: out, these reductions will enable individuals and also m tea in cola nuts and as Johnson OutboardVTrueiDne TV FARM SUPPLIES_ Oa die River ',
Keep non-skid chains on your tongue. They may save you from an active principal in cocoa. On the Calf
businesses to invest more hea\ily. Since capitalis RCA Whirlpool Refrigerators,
crashing into someone else s business. Always say less than you Other well-known alkaloids are NeffFeed Lots Homes Acreafe
think. You won't learn much talking. Cultivate a pleasant v 0 i c e. the vital and primary source of all economic atropine, nicotine and morphine. Tires, Batteries, Generators,

How you say a thing often counts for more tnan what you say. activity, the more capital that ,is made availablethe Coffee the has a stimulating and vascular effecton MufflersWestern & Farm Supply Real tDlS-yomk eet we .t.t7-2.t31
nervous sys- Flyer Bicycles BABY CHICKS -
Make! promises sparingly and keep them faithfully Your word
should be one of your most valuable assets. Tell the truth. One greater will be our economic growth.By tems, producing a feeling of ex Ducndlon HU9-/360 Poultry & Livestock Feed RESTAURANT
hilaration without undesirable
lie calls for,another, in the end you will be caught, and it will be spreading the reductions over a five Y ear reactions such as depression or BUILDING SUPPLIES Bulk Deliveries:: Far Real Fun
the wrong end. Used in moderate dosesas Del. EveryTed: in Gnus Cb.
collapse. Meet at the:
the effect will be
Watch your work and not the clock.A long day's work makes along period on revenues not as severeas a beverage, caffeine contributes Building Materials 600 S Main
day short.,A short day's work shortens your chance of get- a "one-shot" tax reduction. Actually, the spon an encouragement to mus Electrical Supplies Brooksville 796-3055 LlihtbuseBeer

ting ahead. sors are confident that by removing the tax blocks cular and mental effort, diminishes Plumbing!: -Paints & Varnish Vines' Dancing
Mind your own business, and in time you may have a businessof drowsiness and gives a and Water Pumps to AnyoneAt Steaks -.. Chops Sandwiches
to the increase in business activity will sensation of comfort and cheer-
your own to mind. progress Savings 2355 -407 T Free Fish Every Std Friday
Don do anything that will hurt your self-respect. A man who bring more revenue than the government now re- fulness. roY s Floral dry
will steal for the boss will steal for himself. He knows that, if ceives. Geo.W. Hays, Inc. Tractor & Equipment i I

you don't.Be polite. to your family and your immediate. business asso- Only a die-hard s Ce P tic could doubt the beneficial inlis 447-2701 Massey New &-Ferguson Used Farm Sales EquipmentNew &Say Mir's Hi-Htt

ciates. Those closest and dearest to you deserve the most consideration results, to all Americans that Representatives I - BUILDING. MATERIALS Holland HayBalers Cocktail Lounge

notthe: least. Herlong and Baker claim for their legislation:' Citrus Marine Center King Grove Harrows "Meet Package Her Score for rite
Never kind Robinson-Scofield
pass up an opportunity to say encouraging thingto
or about someone. It never hurts you and it always helps the greater economic growth; creation of more and Factory Dllard & Hutch tfcesBmoksvillg Best of Mats"Homoaassa

other fellow. You may be surprised to find in the end that you better jobs; quicker advances in living standards; Trained __. Lum 6 erYonrHeadgnatters Co. ,796-2311 Springs Hwy 19-98

helped yourself. starting and developing of larger numbers of new '!YeCh for JEWELER
Show interest in others.
Let everyone you meet feel that you _
regard him as apersonofimportance.Thebest way to get others businesses and the strengthening of our economic I Lumber Bail din4 Material Flo's Jewelry SEPTIC TANK

interested in you is to be interested in them system and of our position of leadership and'in Sales Concrete Blocks
Be cheerful. Learn to hide your aches and pains under a smile. parts' & PhotographyW
Few care if you have a headache earache or rheumatism. fluence in the free world. ;'der.iceSERVICE Dcnnellon HU9.24011BEAUTY ds SiTvetwate Cliff's i

Learn to keep your nose out of otherpeople's affairs. Inquisitiveness By all standards the Herlong-Baker legislation? ON ALL MAKES atcbes-Di Expert Watch ninon RepairsPortraitWeddingsCandid- Stfptk T as.k Service
has.spoiled many a friendship.Remember our most intimate SHOP
when it is fin US.41'SouthlavemessPhone
should priority ret oduce.d
get top
friends and dear ones deserve a certain amount of privacy. Sales aad Service
Avoid low-rating a thing because you don't Possess it. Rememr the new Congress in January. 7264418Seed Mirror Beauty Salon Shuman HU9-2316 Blk.Dunnellon Drain Beds Tanks PuapedOWOy
her Aesop's fable about the fox and the grapes. Jealousy is a good u.aGC>
indication of a little mind. --- Hair Styling dBiDoicsrillc JW.

Pay no attention to ill-natured remarks about you.So live that 796-4S4Q
nobody will believe them.Don't try to anything but a gentlemanor My Neighbors ) :,: Permanent Waves

a gentlewoman. That means one who has consideration for t'' TILE. PL ASTER WG
IT. L Hwy 19 N.IDpia 447-2325
God, man and all His creatures,and whosp life is governed by the =- NURSERYMaschaaBtt's
Golden Rule. ".' r. Nursery DH..a..
., .. ShrabsEverjreeas Tile I I Plfstftfhif I Co.
n nun' n-n...n ,inn,, ,, Crystal Outboard Ceramic Tile BaAooasFtoorsShower
JFHP Reminds Slow A Ant nn
i 7 )n l.iS .1 f.4A -tom r Roses S&all..siak "Rips-Repairs
; c vt MotorsService BeddUf Plants Plaster a* for New noel Repair
Keep Right On 4 Lanes, H Blk. W. of U.S. 19 Sole Tile Floors
E oa AH Outboards 124 VUlisas Sc.tU
Lam Boy Lawn Mowers Homosassa SpringsOFFICE Ouaselipa 9-2952 _
TALLAHASSEE-Slow moving traffic in the left lane
of a four lane Potatoes
rural highway is like an accident looking for some place to happen Crystal River 795-2597 TEkEYISKHIDfrVt's

according to the Florida Highway, Patrol. ,- ,' SUPPLIES !
The State patrol points out that the left lane of rural multiple DRUGGIST -
laned highways should be used for and that - -
passing traffic gets in Lewis
the fen lane and slumbers along holds up movement. Shipment Just InALLEH'S Nail's Drug Store.Prescriptions TV SlIM it Sfcvfct

The patrol warns that speeds in excess of stated limits are very AIl Office NeedsChinaCrysalLsatiag Sates & Service
dangerous but Comdr. H. N. Kirkman says this of slowpoke drivers "Any message for. your next *. Gifts "Tae House o* Sdtf lie SouaxTZeakfc
on high speed roads: of kin?" ," ,,.. ._ *.*.._- ;.:.-;- '..., ': HARDWAREfJi : demon Supplies Art SupeUeaFabrics A.J ttT- MMMB
"People who cruise along the inside lane at speeds below the .. . ..... ..X'.-- **._ .... _--- ::. .'Cosmetics Sundries Sewing NotionsS RCA Siiesfffeniec
normal flow of traffic on open highways cause a traffic hazard andstand' It pays' CD- advertise.'I'--- - ils. North of Court Huse. Inverness- '- -- Dunnellon HU9-2441 < N. MainBmoksTil1e Or2B r>.> we 7952246I
to endanger their own lives and the lives of others." After Hrs. Tel. HU9-2291


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.The CITRUS COUNTY. CHRONICLE January 3, 1963 3-B.

.. '. ..I Lt John Ogden Had'
: , ,> :, Ve64 I I High Philosophy i
,. .....- .- -....!> -, ';'...- .
- ..... White Christmas In
Every Friday IIy: : . .. ,:' ;
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.. the n4 tttt....
.. :- Drive with both hands on wheel your B on yew
Cold.lcy AntarcticaNavy
and your eyes on the road ahead.
Fish & Chips 'The -Way. ,:. Lieutentant John H.Ogden -

of U.Ogden of
Mrs. W.
\ son Take it easy when you drive around play and scfcoel grounds.
Floral City, had a eChristmas" There Is a lot of kid activity now days.
11 A.M. to 5 P.M. : . ?/ edie44 what the this weatherwasfortherest year no matter -

of the world. Slowpoke drivers cause wrecks too OR fast high spMIIIi W"S.
95C brbob tannehlll By Rev. Nelson Short
For the nearly 300 men of Air
. Floral City Church of Grist Development Squadron Six,this

Riddle Restaurant Although It doesn't seem like it ought to be, another year i s Christmas was spent in Antarc-
direct attentionto
gone. The older you get, the quicker the years go by. How true. Let the me"Promise your of Abraham" tica. The squadron is part of the

Inverness If someone asked you to name your most valuable possession, made in the long ago. Operation Deep Freeze. 63 sup-
you probably wouldn t answer "time". But,think about it for a Four hundred and port forces. FULL FULL
f thirty years 1798
Witn home more than 10,000
minute. before the Law was given to PRICE PRICEThis '
What else is it you have that mustbe correctly used now, o r Moses on Mt. Sinai, God made a miles away squadron members -

I Inverness Roofing pass forever along life's road and never return-and your supplyof promise unto Abraham that was the meaning were more of Christmas deeply aware than of price Include Fd.rol Tax .service Handling, and d.Kv.ry fa Ocala"
which gets smaller every day, and hour?
to solidifytheHebrewnatlonweld
If time.1$.yo\trtnostpriceless possession it stands tore a s o n' together a people of God. many who did not daily face the 1963 RAMBLER
that should the always shortening of it well.A elements of the rigorqus Antar-
you use suppy and all i
turn to a com n
No Job Too Large Or Too Small. Presidential candidate, some years ago used a good phrase.He Messiah. eyes ctic winter. AMERICAN "220" 2 DOOR
One crew, based in Marie
spoke of the"unrepentant minute. That is a good description.The God promised "In thy seed
minute or hour once gone,never returns--not that same one. shall all the nations of the earth Byrd Land, continued to fly f up-
Ho Down Poymeit 57 Bulk fll..dl' If we use it incorrectly now.we have missed the boat. So. the be blessed." port missions for scientific
lesson is to spend our time wisely.Time does not die and fade away -, Nations to arise long after parties N

Up To 5 Years To PaySptclaltits --time is infinity. But you and I die and pass from the scene. were to be heirs of this promise. lour Jesus" (Acts 13:23))
So our portion of time Is a priceless posession. It is the o n ly From the time it first spoken -
was Since all nations were to b e
II All Types Of Roofing thing we can't increase in this life...although we can take steps unto Abraham this promiseof blessed In Christ,it behooves us
daily to insure it in the great hereafter.We a in his seed
blessing runs as to find more about blessings
only have so much time in this life, and tomorrow is neveras a golden thread through both the located therein. Since we have H _
Phone 726-4474 long as today. That's a pretty good argument to do something Old and New Testaments. already stated that the promisewas

worthwhile today--this year. It's worth a thought. When you read a state m e n t to be in the seed which i s
* * *
\ --
concerning "the promise"any- let notice another
Beautiful Citrus Blessed are the peace makers. where in God's word, it is tied verse for verfication. Turn signal, double safety brake system, self adjusting brakes 2 year
County Someone sent us a clipping from another newspaper which
uWoody's up inseparable with the one given In Eph. 1:3, Paul wrote battery, .11!! filter, fuel tank filler, font arm nsts, dual sun when, (real
some writer was gurgling over an editorial in The Chronicle last unto Abraham by the Lord.It "Blessed be the God and Fatherof ash tray, bumper guard front and rear, front Mat team cutKUn d.m.!
week. We had urged' in this editorial--titled "The Need For Unity is the one great promise of our Lord Jesus Christ Who light, lifetime guarantee an muffler and tailpipe trantmltilen and rear
Around Here In 63--that we cease-bickering amongst ourselvesand God's Book. axle: lubricants never need changing, permanent antMreeie.
work together for a better community and county. Paul touches on this in his hath blessed us with every 36 Payments at $54.45 per
spiritual blessing in the heavenly -
The"writer's "Pacifiers for babies! DOWN
punch line are was $198CONFERENCECLOSING
writings so often. He wrote, places in Christ. month, includes credit life
underlined by the sender.along withanotethat "this sounds like
something Nikita or Mao would say.1I .... "And the Scriptures foreseeingthat This language is clear and I 1% Sales T... Tag,Title,Eta. Extra.
Yes, and it's stupidl! God would justify the Gentiles understandable. God has blessed -
we agree just : AUTOMOTIVE
by faith,preached the gospel SAWAYA
us with spiritual blessing -
It's ironic that'while Christmas bells are knelling"peace 0 n every
beforehand unto Abraham say- --in Christ! Now, if r
. earth good willtowardmen',some joker smirks "Pacifiers are ever RAMBLER PLYMOUTH_WOMAN
ing, In thee shall all nations b eblessed" :
spiritual blessing is in Christ,
for babies!I" 11 L JEffERSON OCALA FLORIDA PHONf 6224131t
S. . (Gal. 3:8)). AndP a u 1 how many would you e x p e'c t t 0:

The editorial column in today's paper by Dr.Spaugh should be leaves no doubt as to just what find out of Christ? To ask is but t t
promise entailed, for he further
read by everybody. .and heeded too. Of course it's more diffi- said to answer.
"Now to Abraham were the
cult for newspapers to abide by these rules all of the time.
promises made and to his seed.
Sometimes a newspaper has to stick its nose into other people's .
He saith And of
not, to seeds as .
Motor CourtPictured business--for news sake. But the newspaper is the mirror of a
but of
many as one, and to hi s
reflects the and bad. doesn't the OFFICE
community. It good It create seed which is Christ (Gal.-

,image.We. 3:16)).
are not headline seekers at the expense of someone's char- So the
promise really was that
acter or good name. We don't delight in cryptic remarks. This is God would Justify the Gentiles EYsear w.nrr r r
too small a place: people have to live with one another. thus blessing all nations In r t ttf.r t I' ttt
The newspaper as a min or reflects the bad--when it's evident. Christ.He '
don't in down something instead rtf ..
But we pleasure trying to tear makes this doubly clear f n fit
.of helping to build.A the .. rL -
last verse of the chapter with ..
small weekly newspaper has no more business stirring u p the declaration "And if yea reChrist's
controversy just for headlines sake--than an undertaker has delighting thenareyeAbraham'sseed
in obituaries for business sake.
. . heirs" according to the
.i The"writer also spoke, as we noticed of"red-blooded Ameri- Thus we find the promise t o

cans. Abraham was fulfilled in Christ.It .
Well we've probably seen more American red blood than he'll man's
was said. "Of this seed
ever dream of. And when we were wondering, ten years ago If hath God according to his promise -
the next parachute jump we'd make would be behind enemy lines, brought unto Israel a S a v-
we'd have put up with no nonsense about"pacifiers being for babies -,

There's a time and place for everything. .in case this We gt- - - - -'"
abort Voody's Motor Court in Inverness. Located brook Pegler of the bicycling set doesn't know it. 1 .
3 blocks south of the Court House on U.S. 41 and State And we'd much rather walk softly and carry a big stick then to Tonight"and '

Highway 44,. die comfortable separate units are set far back continually shoot four mouth and keep a loaded pistol around for every night except
off the hway from the traffic noise. protection I Tuesday"
h8! away! . . .
,Alt the, units have been newly redecorated and feature air *'*" *"' 'iy4. 6PM-12PM
Happy New Year. .and PEACE. -
conditioning ceramic tile showers and T.V. for your comfort. -
Marion Mercer
For quiet, restful accommodations while, vacationing in the for.
Inverness, stop at Woody's.Motor Court. One thing that travels faster than a slow man is poverty. back organ

Why gamble with the benzine buggy? You seldom get a a Dance year's to his engagement.band Sat- PENINSULAR: ABSTRACT COMPANY

Woody Motor Court ,second::chance there. urday nights

Orange t Hotel Ceramic Tiled Showers 'AlsoFSRNANO Inverness, Florida
Newly Decorated Following too closely causes accidents.
EVERYTHING TO MAKE YOU LACOSTE Established 1921 Phone 726-3431.
Right In the COMFORTABLE AWAY FROM is our fabulouI'new

Heart, of Town Separate Units HOME,!away tram At Last Florida Won Peach Trees head l Joy "Adventures Chef. You'll en.in Frank D. Sanders, President Mrs. Frances Q. Kennedy

Very Cozy highway noise quiet and Produced and Recommended Sy Fla. Experiment Good Eating" (lunch Mrs': Margaret C. Romine, Secretary Executive Vice President

Rooms by where relaxation Is Station from $1.25 dinner Exclusive Agent in Citrus County, Florida, for Title

Day Week or Month' r predominant. Now a DellciTvs Peach Right In Fla. Yards from $1.85)Drinks ) & Trust Company of Florida, of Jacksonville, Florida
Reasonable Rates Commercial Rates 4 acres Also Pineapple, Bartlett and Kieffer Pears at the Rogues .

Ph. 726-1821 for parking Commercial Red or While/ Polnsetta 1.00 Roost or Island cock
trucks. 6 Acres In Shrubs, Ornamentals and Trees tail .lounge from 75<. TITLE I NSURANCE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
U.S. 41 & .u Ph. 7263865.

Landscape NurseryTwo Plush: PortPaudise Not branch or any other kind of off-shoot-lt's the real "McCoy"

outlets t

Park. 1. 1 mi. from courthouse on Hwy. 44 East .Member American Title At sod a flan Florida Title Association
Trailer Crystal River
and at Sportsmen's Park.
*< = =:== : : : : : = : = : :

1 block S,. of Court House \

Back of Marty's Diner THIS SPACE AVAILABLE

Special Year 'Round Rates Call 726.3421 -

Large Mobile Home Sites

Trailers for Rent Adults

Ecan.O'Wash/ .

Inverness Phone 726-4371 &1)6vr) r u fvreII1rh. . .

.I.IS HolMay Hovse .

Fishing Resort .
State Road H,. 44 on
Lake Tsala Apopka
Crystal River, F I or Ha
Modern Cottages

vinrude Motors Val Enterprises

Guides Boats .
Air Conditioning TV U.S. Highway 41, South'

Phone 795-2242 Phone 726.5641

Fishtai Tomberlin's Cottages Trailer Moss Cewt Oaks- Sales SAVINGS i LOAN ASSOCIATION

Lake Tsala ApopkaHERNANDO. High -Dry -Shady'Lots


Specialize in FamilyVacationing.. Special Year-round Rate ? 402 E. SILVER SPRINGS BLVD.

One mile to churches, TRAil ERS FOR RENT
stores and restaurants.

MODERN, EFFICIENT Hwy 41 S. Inverness ,

Phone 726-4486


Fish C amp owners. Motel and Hotel operators list your
accommodations under this heading and The Chronicle will publish Gll -CHARTERED 193t
FREE a picture of your place and what it 0 fie r I. This
sf tion' will be sent to more than 1500 homes out-of.the-sate of
Florida as well as nearly as many in Florida. The only cost to

you, is the weekly charge of $1 for a 2-inch ad. You must furnish ..
the photograph, of course, and your ad must run for at least 13 - - - "

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The!: C1TRCO'.NTY; CHRONICLE January 3, 1963 4-B

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r- :j/:!t0",,:'-:'''- .Yfi : Crystal River WAF To Orlando Base
QS [ Lake T salaGarden [Homosassa
4g4i ..rro '
i i .t. ; ?' WAF Airman Third Class was trained to type,prepare and
..i'. By Mrs. Vincent Havens Rebecca D. DeBunk of Crystal route official correspond e n C .,
River. is being reassigned to maintain files and follow general -
( Pl. . Iran Strickland accompanied Orlando AFB Fla.followi ng office practices.A .
B) Gladys Davis by his nephew. Richard arrived her graduation from the United graduate of Crystal River
', I Iki't here from Hollywood, States Air Force technic a 1 High School. Airman DeBusk ,,
Lake Tsala Gardens C o m- 1. Calif. in plenty of time to enjoy training course for administrative entered the Air Force. ..!in June
Club will have a covered
munity Christmas dinner at the home of specialists here. s
dish dinner at the Florida Power his mother Mrs. Sudie Strick- Airman DeBusk, daughter of
Lounge on Monday January 14that rL land. With one exception all her Mr. and Mrs. John H.DeB u s k. Itpagstc adVertise
6:30 p.m. other children were present too.
Mr. and Mrs.C.Copeland t Her daughter. Mrs. Margaret
truned home after spendingthe Brimmage. who has been v wry I a ....- I
Christmas holidays with h e I r ill. is doing much better now -
children in Ft. Meyers. s and was able to enjoy seeing all
The Earl Archer family have .d. the relatives. $ Getting
returned home after spend Ing Mrs. Irene (Granny) Thompson '
Christmas holidays with Mrs. had a house full of childrenand '
// Archers mother in B i r m i n.g- grandchildren to hlep her
ham, Ala. enjoy the holidays. tired

Mrs Ann Young and her HARRY W. STAFFORD of Homosassa is shown being sworn in Guests at the Bindley Huggins
(=N u mAll uh daughter Alice spent the Christ by Captain James A. Masterson, upon reenlisting last mongh a t home on Christmas Day were
mas holidays with her s o n and the Naval Technical Training Center Memphis,Tenn.Before entering Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paris and the of.
family at Eau Gallic. the Navy in May 1953. Stafford attendedClearwater High Darrel Morgan family ,
Mr. and Mrs.FrankDavis and School at Clearwater. At'the Vincent Havens'home, I 1
their son. Eddie have returne d most of his relatives gatheredfor

service to their home in Louisville Ky. numuuummuuuumttulmnuummmlmmunumulunluunnuumumunummluuumlun! . 111U1i. the noon meal and others
jj.corator after spending Christmas with dropped in during the afternoon,
his Mr.and Mrs.Eddie It HernandoMrs. 1 t f .. < L bithtub ?
"EBL parents. Happened In including his sister,Mrs.D a r- ; rim
Davis. Tel Morgan and son. Freddie.
Mr. and Mrs.Jack Eder spent The Civic Club Christmasparty *
&rz/ the Christmas holidays visiting HAROLD ROBERTS was well attended and streaked glassware and silver?

friends in Thonatosassa Fla. most everyone thoroughly

The Eddie Davis home on Pal- -iiHiHiiiiNiiiiiiiiimiiiiiniiiiininiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiii...--..-.--.............-.---.----.--.-.._..iiHiniiiiniiiiitiiiiHiiiiiifiiitiiniiitiiinHiiniillllll...._-.....-_...__.............._....-...._.-_. joyed the occasion, includingSanta ? ?
washdays sow scum
metto Path won second prize i n ClausOn grey
the Kiwanis Club Yule light! n g Holidays are gone for another Friends were sorry to Te a r n Monday night Santa Claus
contest and his live organ carol peroid of time,and your reporter of the injuries of Mrs Mar t h a was here again to see theyoung
music carried the Christ mas hopes yours were merry Counts, when she fell in her folks gathered at the Civic Center then let a Bruner
*< W spirit to lots of local people,who cheery and bright.Ours were home on Christmas day and Christmas tree.

,.heard his nightly programs.The marred by the death of our broke her hip. She is a patient at Baptist young folks went on a
brother, Gene. Citrus Memorial Hospital. Sheis hayride (real hay-an unexpected Water SoftenerSolve
eel-like pearlfish, Visitors at the home of Mr. the mother of Elton Slater surprise) Monday night.They
says and Mrs. Norman Savary were contractor here. '
URE CCL''" OCAiA the Bill Miami Gray Seaquarium's seeks refuge, Capt.in the their children. S/Sgt. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andersonand the sang ride Christmas they enjoyedweinersand Carols. After your problem!
George Fitchett and children of children of Orlando were at marshmallows Yule -
bowels of the cucumber. at Sugar
sea Charleston S. C.Mr.andMrs. the home of their parents, Mr. Mill picnic shelter.
You too can enjoy water
Richard Brunson and child o f and Mrs. J. S. Thomas, most of There '
was a large attendance
as it was meant to be! . .
Charleston S.C.;Rev. and Mrs.L. the holidays.Mrs. .
at the Church of Jesus Christand
A Handy Guide ToY M. Holland and boys of Lake Grace Williamswas' at the Methodist Church o n 100% Automatic Heavenly soft iron free.
Placid and.Mr. andMrs.Charles hostess to a pre-Christmas Christmas Eve night. WATER From the very first time
Savary and children of Port party at her home serving a3 Mrs. Wm. H. Hutchins o n .. -_ you turn the tap and tart
Y St. Joe. warm luncheon to:Mrs. Dorothy to be about the SOFTENER
seems same improving !, using truly soft water,
; Rev. Rossi wishes to let Williams. Mrs.Lucy La cost a.
' I friends know that ChristmasEve slowly. I y1.;Y row= you'll see the difference in
SINGS on Peggy Feniandza, Barbara Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Barfield If ? 5u
at Homosassa that Rev. Harris, Betty Huggins,Jan Cou- returned Wednesday fro m utts dishes and laundry . feel
Dorset semi-retired minister, per, and Francis Nichols. Perry, where they had Christmas ii " the difference on cuddly
held services and this week Rev. Visitors at the home of Mrs. dinner with his daughterand r soft towels with
Rossi himself delivered the New Ross Jr. were her children,Mr. family. autrk.ty yearsyounger
SiRVICE INSTITUTIONS and BUSINESSESOf Years message at Homosassa. and Mrs. C.A.Ross and children f tnvrt hands . fete
the difference in the toodt
Holiday visitors at thehomeof of Gainesville Mrs. and
Mrs.Margaret Spencer were: Mrs. W. T. Mills and daughterof My Neighbors i g I' you prepare. See the complete
CITRUS COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. Alton Kennedy o f Tavares Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Bruner line todaYtThere's
Alman Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Ross 111 and children Ocala, -
= one fashioned Jo Ai
Harvey Morse of Perrington, and her brother and family of Ft. I
Mich.; and Mr. and Mrs. Zim Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs S.C. c. '_ :. your family and pocket-
ARTHUR H. GARRECHT merman of Istachatta. Rawls. rC." '%.S nsr.r book.

Porter Mr. and Mrs. LynwoodScottJr. Mr. and Mrs. W.L.Andre f r. rr 1r
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR '. and children of Jackson,S.C. from Greenville,S.C. spent r N (j C) r r ht H. M. McDoMiU
New Vllrina and Rewiring have arrived at the home of their Friday with Rev.and Mrs.W.O. sz .
a ;
I !I Types Electrical Reapirs Funeral HbmeAMBULANCE parents Mr. and Mrs.Scott for Cross. Mrs. Andre and Mrs.. ,
Motors Appliances -' Controls a few days. Cross were schoolmates. Plumbing & Electrical Contractor

Highway 41 N. Inverness 726.1459 The holiday season was all a- 503 W. Emory StreetInverness
glow at the home of Mr. and
State FairTickets
Mrs. Cumberland who enjoyedit r

Well Driliij;\> j W. C.Electrical Hill SERVICE Mrs.with Dave their Powell friends and Mr.childrenof and Now Phone. 725-2091

Wells From :2 to 8 Inches Contractor Twelve Mile Ind.; Mr. and
Meyers Pumps PHONE Mrs. Robert Ulerick and familyof On Sale .
Sales & Service *'Malor Appliance Repairs Rochester Ind.; and Mr. and
Call Crystal River 726.2271'or Mrs. Bacon of Akron Ohio. : Advance ticket sales for the
Electrical I 725-1801] mrs. Roxie Post and Mrs. Florida State Fair Feb. 5-16.
795-2299 Repairs
Call Dunnellon Margaret Spencer were shop- opened Wednesday. Jan. 2, witha Crtt Brand Paint
Small Main StreetINVERNESS pers in Tampa and also visited pre-fair reduced price on gate )
Hunter 9.2430 Pump Motor Service, relatives while there. admissions.

F B. FLORIDAU.S. Terry Wisdon of O c a 1 a is Until the fair opening reg-
McCray Hwy. 41 North Inverness ,
0 visiting his cousin Gail Robertsfor ular 75-cent gate admission tic- Buy one get one

19 S. Crystal River 726-2854 or 726-2157 a few days.Edward kets, good any day or night are
Sewell of Shiloh,N.J. offered in blocks of five for
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. L y n-i- $2.50, a saving of $1.25.
wood Scott. Tampa phone numbers for
Koyal jetoces Mr. and Mrs. B. E. May S r. ticket information are 253- : I
Al Owen spent the Christmas holidays at 8811, 254-9891 and 229-6871.
& Patios the home of their children in St. Grandstand prices for the
Petersburg, Mr and Mrs. Wil- Carl Smith country music jam- I
Painting. PHONE 726-2781 liam Clayton and family. boree and carnival of auto
Estimates and Coatractor. Carports The Christmas Eve party at thrills the first week,and for the 1
Quality Patio I Alum. Awnings I CITRUS'COUNTY'SLEADING the Civic Club was a great suc- Les Paul-Mary Ford mus i c a I
UorkTURNER Chain Link Fencing DRUGSTORE cess with Santa Claus on hand to sensation the second will be the MARY CARTER NO LIMIT AT HO IXTRA COST

CAMP ROAD Cabanas Prescriptions Accurately give the children the biggest bag lowest in years, a top of $1.50 HOUSE PAINT MICISIOM" COIOR MATCHING ALKYD FLAT
Inverness of goodies ever to be received at for reserved seats$1 for adults M.,. thin, 1,100 W Tlnttkl wKfc Ttaf0lic -
H. T. RIleyInverness Filled byCompetent this time. Refreshments of ail and 50 cents for children in all ."...If! IitilUnt "14I" .Hot.. Dv'KMAllen's >.
A u ., h. r.litl.
RFD 1, Box 193 I ,. cI"' lIItr. .
sorts were served by four nice other seats. Parade dates and .11., MIr1.11..
.Druggists wed,mcionry,M'eJ. QIIa j
ladies. auto races are slightly higher. ; t8
Phone 726-8582 Ph. 726-5753 INVERNESS, FLORIDA Mrs. Norman Savary reports Auto races are scheduled on $098 GAL GAL.
the gathering at the Willie Lut- Wednesday and Saturday afternoons 10"'"' J tYIRY 2.1 CAN iM.
IVUY 24 CAN Mil f H
trell home in Floral of both weeks. airr
City one of Grandstand
BiukskinGroceries W.st Coast Loveil Bros. the largest yet,with 63 attending shows will be a 2 and 8 p.m. :: :
& Sundries for the annual Christmas Eve Parade dates'are Shrine day, ll a sllri

Tit'lCO.ulflIY: ,WHOLESALE! AUTOMOTIVE family gathering. Tuesday, Feb. 5;Gasparilla Gs
AND MILL SUPPLIES rate Invasion, Monday Feb. 11; HardwareNorth Af orNSr e e
and Latin American Night Carn-
McCullech Chain
Pause and Refresh LAND Fa information TITLE INSURANCE Small Motor $aWl Italian Art ival Parade. Thursday,Feb. 14. of Court Housa INVERNESS wf

On State Road No. 581 Title Insurance concerning or Brig a & Station Engines Portions of the original build-

Gate No. 4 Land Ownership Rep air and Service of Engine 1 to Be ShownIn ing are still visible at the New Mo/uj/ Catted DISCOUNT Paint Stores MKI
Motors Diesel
Smyrna Sugar Mill Ruines His- MAIy
Inverness ReservationHunting Writ. P.O. Box 668 Power Units toric Memorial. It was start AMERICA'S tARGEST DISCOUNT PAINT CHAINMORE C.11

& Fishing S.W. Main St. Inverness SarasotaThe ed about 1830. THAN 100 STORIS,.COAST TO COAST
License PHONE 726-C021
Day Phone 725-3501 first major exhibition o f .
o --
Inverness, Florida Night Phone 725-3904 Genoese Baroque art ever held ,_ .
outside of Genoa, Italy, will be .... : 1.'.' 0 ' : .,';- 0 :'. ', ....';,
For the Best In Reel Estate Floral CityMachine WELL DRILLING shown at the Ringling Musejurrf "'< 1.
: -
: ::115.:1'
January 17
See or Call February ..... & "
.. Co. it has been announced b y K e n-
2-3-4 Nth l neth Donahue, Director of the -" --' .c: .

N. I. (lob) Welding. State-owned"Genoese art Masters museum., Cam-

Prices Reasonable biaso to Magnasco((1550-1750)"
Trottir Braising 3 mi. S. on Pleasant Grove includes 61 paintings and 38
Road x drawings from this golden age of

Reg. Reel) Estate oroker Milling Machine Ton Rednond art in Genoa loaned by mus-
eums and private collectors in
P.O. Box 87 Europe and America. Includedis
Howos'asso Springs, Florida Lathe WorkTelephone Phone 7254944Invemeii ; the largest group of old mas-
PHONE 795.2 C10 ter paintings to come to the U.S.
726-2350 I'lerida from Italy in many years--24
3l2 from Genoa, 4 from Rome and
TIxCTxva: one from Piacenza. $9,600.
Gid Hall aid Son 'PlCk.r Motor Of the major Italian schools of symbol of success .
I art the Genoese school which
reached its height in.t h OH .
e-B a r-
CoMftiy oque period is the least knownin K .1 2 bedrooms tile bath breakfast room 2 car garage

TV Service Hardware the U.S., according to D o n- Custom Built .
*Custom Kitchen Cabinets'Remodeling Marine&Supplies Stratton ahue.sented Thirty in the exhibition artists are of repre-whom t' Custom Built Homes With Proof II Tin Comity

Mill/ Wm. Brigta the best known are C a m b i a s o,
107 Apopka Ave.Inverness ALr<.ooled Motor Strozzi, Castiglione Castelloand
Vtaconain Motors Magnasco. Paintings of religious 'Inverness Construction..
WtkkCo. Fishifljt Tackle: and mythological s u b-

.- I FI I. CRYSTAL Phone 795-2350-RIVER jects are supplemented portraits and by landscapes unusual Phone 726-2738 Box 234, 'IIVHBHS, .F.{..

collection of drawings.


NEW CIt RttiLhptf rICk. 5th's Reg. WILLIAMS BAR

Stira MX to aw to $11

$4.90 Whiskey; Only Courthouse square.


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