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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 10, 1963
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
weekly[ former <1939-1968>]
semiweekly[ former <1980-1981>]
daily
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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 )
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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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028315
Volume ID: VID01571
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 15802799
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,I 73rd YEAR NUMBER 2 INVERNESS. FLORIDA JANUARY 10, 1963 ; NS 12 PAGES



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I' Francis Is Hospital"Cowboy"Report Williams "+'",:]? To Tax Ddimrs\ VSt't .a1l

Warm For Feb.19 Election was reported yesterday as "do- 0--.... ,, ,, Appearing before th c llw the situanbgf 4is&you ought to
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-Ing real fine" at the local hos- "' ........... o. council Tuesday night. it et ano ,'- declared.
I Munldpar elections has been'removed pital where he was admitted a .: :' Stephan told the governinghe i to officials that he
were on name erron- Annie Warnock. --I had been feT '
designated by remain
to o n
the tongues of many Citrus eoulsy shall appear before Three chairs around the week ago after suffering a cor-
low
taxpayers to voice the objections e 11 1( the people didn't
County voters this week. council at the next regul a r council table and the seat of onary. the of -
to City's use taxpayer's want him there.
Crystal River held first run meeting, Jan. 15 at 7:30 p.m.,in mayor are involved in th i s The familiar and amicable } s j dollars to fight the recall Ordered by the recall to facean
off election Tuesday, with Rad- City Hall for the purpose o f year's municipal balloting. Up clerk of circuit court is under i order. election are council members -
die Jones defeating Charlie Miller that their be the care of Dr.Randall Jenkins. _
asking names re- 'for re-election are M.C.Scof-
Stephan a former councilman Fred Hair (president),
It is expected that he will be a
,
for of th .
position city coun- stored. ield, Fred Hair, and Helmar
himself said he was registeringa Mrs. Kathleen Bal**cI1.Helmer
patient for several weeks before
VII there. Registration books will be Dutch Pospiech for the coun-
( ) formal protest over the use of Pospiech and Robert Barley.M. .
allowed home
*, The city elections here in In- for all Rollle has being to return ,
open qualified parties up cil. Mayor Figgins
dollars the council"toperpetuate the
tax by C. ScofieW remaining
where he will be confined for ...
yemen are still in the future, to and including 5 pjn. on Sat- indicated he will not seek third yourselves in o f- member is not involved in the
1 ,fut the red letter day, Feb. 19, urday.. Jan. 19,at which time the term. many more weeks. fice." He cited a figure of$'a,- litigation.The .
will be here in short time. books will be closed and will remain With this issue of the county Mrs. Virginia Williams said 169 which he said had already recall was instigated last
her
For this reason the local city closed until after the gen the names of Pospiech 48-year-old former legis-
paper been '
lator husband spent by the City in its spring by Shred (Bob) Lassis-
council took this week eral election is held Feb. 19. was resting com-
steps to on and Dorland Van Dusen are in battle against recall and said ter when the City relieved Ken-
"get things In order" for the On the day of election the polls the hat for next month's ballots. fortably. He was to have been persistence of the issue could neth Webster of his position as

forthcoming municipal e Ie c- will be open from 7 a.m. until Hair, who is* presdient of the allowed television in his room . cost taxpayers $100.000 beforeit police chief, and later dismissed -
7 with booths in Hall. has indicated his yesterday it was stated.OOCowboy" .
tions. p.m. City council not .
was over. him from the local force. We-
became ill last ...
Late hours were spent b y Election inspectors and clerk intentions although rumor has "We hope that you will discontinue bster soon afterwards became a
council members Tuesday night were selected also Tuesday it that he will not seek re-elec- Thursday afternoon while at the this practice." Stephan policeman in Dunnellon.but is
In going over the registrationbooks. night by the council.Mrs.Blanche tion. Scofield. only council post office. He managed to drive
said "because this hard no longer with that city now
himself the where he I II .
to hospital
Some 90 names were Yandle was designatedclerk member involvedin
not currently
earned tax money is badly need- Later November,after len
admitted .
dropped from the rolls due with inspectors being recall was immediately.County "
the nearly year-old ed for constructive programs. gthy delays and arguments, before
either to death or moving out- Mrs Irene Smith,Mrs. Blanche movememt supposedly will announce He pointed out that city attor- Judge Carroll Fussell the
side the city limits. Oias and Mrs. Frankie Dickinson. his bid for reelectionIn
WomenTo ney (Charles Fitzpatrick) is circuit court ruled in favor of a
A list of these names is being Alternates are Mrs. Mae the very near future. empowered to take care of such motion for summary Judgement

,published on Page 2A. Notice is Henley, Mrs. Ina Lee Gre e n. Meanwhile there are more I matters and that there was no by Attorney Don Bradshaw, representing -
I also given that any person whose Mrs. LaVerne Rosier,and Mrs. rumors concerning a number See Slides need for,hiring "high powered" the recall faction.

other Inverness men who are lawyers at the expense of the Meanwhile the City Kasdecided
serio sly eyeing the positionson IF THE HAT FITS--Reno Iley(left),familiar Inverness mail carrier taxpayers. "if the city attorney to take the matter to a high e r
DAVB ANDERSON, Floral .. the council, as well as that On ExpeditionThe is shown above accepting the gavel and responsibilities of is not. capable of handling Jurisdiction.
I City contractor and new member of mayor.At worshipful master of Citrus Masonic Lodge No. 118. At right is

of the Board of Public lorstruction this point just little more Citrus County Federationof outgoing worshipful master, Hugh Hamill. The installation was Would Consolidate Government
is shown at his first than;a month away from election Women's Clubs meeting will held last Saturday night. On Thursday night,Glenn Eady succeeded -

meeting Monday. He replaces day, the atmosphere is begin be held at noon Thursday. Jan. ., Charles Penrose as worshipful master of Floral City Lodge
,. Jesse Thomas of Pleasant ning to warm up for a heated 24, at the Floral City Community No. 133. New officers of both lodges may be seen on Page Bl this Van Dusen Announces
: Grove, whom he defeated last .
!. battle at the polls. Building announces M r s. issue. --staff photo
year. t... Virginia Counts, president. CouncilmanDorland
First
For
Council Member Claims Speaker for the occasion will
I be Garry Kenwood, organizer 'Runoff Vote City Urged
iiE ii City Shows Favoritism and leader of an expedition that Van Dusen 71-year-
J .last April climbed Mt. McK I n- BTW old Hillcrest Estates residentand
ii'r r With Insurance PolicyM. ley, highest mountain in North Elects Jones Improve one of the community'smore
America. He is expected to illustrate active citizens is the
C. Scofield, in another of his discussion with To CR CouncilIt Sewage SetupThe first candidate to announce for
fellow
bitter attacks city
f ; his on "some of the most breathtakingand the office of Inverness city
d
council members, charg e
;>1 detailed slides of this mag- took a specila election to do City Council and Board of councilman. Municipal elect-
Tuesday nightthathiscohortsare nificent Alaskan country." At it, but Crystal River determined Public Instruction have agreedon ions are next month.
playing favoritism by granting present, he is associated with by a runoff vote Tuesday who mutual cooperation in efforts Along with his announcement
III 80 to 9OpercentoftheCIty'siDsurance the Hank Schloss Productions a Van Dusen also stated his platform s
would be seated on its city coun- to obtain better water and sew-
( business to one agent, movie-making unit now workingon cil., age facilities .for Booker T. which among other
namely Carey Baxley. a wildlife production in Cit- The political contest,between Washington School. things, includes revision of the

ti S Pointing his finger Dutch at Pospiech.council- rus County. Riddle Jones and Charles Mil- Supt. Harry Buie and BPI city charter..."to eliminate
man Helmar ( ) ..
accused the Mrs. Vera Rhyne, presidentof ler, won out in favor of Jones. CHAIRMAN Ralph Rooks remin.. loop holes. .
Scofield vehemently
the Floral City club, and her When dust from the ballot boxes ed the City Tuesday night that Other planks in the Cana-
senior member and said of he'worktngforBaxley" was chairman in charge of the luncheon was cleared Tuesday night, Washington High which is within dian-born candidate's platformare iDorland

: to giving all of the businessto opposed Mrs. Edith Linz. extend a there were 110 votes for Jones the city limits, does vot have : (1)) work td promote a more
hearty welcome to all membersand and 76 for Miller. There were adequate water for harmonious attitude among ,
Anderson New Face On BPI a single agnecy. "This is not guests who would enjoy this two write-in votes.In operation. Buie told the sewage council council members, and to work
Ji with other elected members to
unique program. the municipal election o fDec. that several times during the
"This is
to a single not
agency.
11 both and conduct meetings so as to avoid
Miller
Dave Anderson well known Bus transportation to the forthcoming -, a personal matter,'as I respectMr. = Jonesreceived school year classes were cut any adverse criticism which Vaa Duen
floral City contractor quietly State Fair in Tampawas Baxley" said Scofle 1 d 107 votes. When ballots short because septic tank pumps be detrimental to the city's * -
may
.. were recounted in efforts to became
it' ::- inoperative. He pointed
assumed his duties the Boardof approved for some 150 "but I feel the business should
on break the tie, each man received out that the State Health Depart prosperity and growth; (2)workto Mr. Van Dunce was educatedin
\ Public Instruction Tuesday county 4-H'ers and their lead be pro rated among other qual- f- C an additional vote. ment requires an independent reduce city taxes by the the Detroit public schools

afternoon. ified agencies. $. The runoff election, like the sewage system for new schoolsnow. equalization of taxable property After a course in mechanical
J It was the first appearance of Pospiech strongly denied the (3) work to improve engineering, he was employedby
: ( city
balloting on Dec. 11,drew a disappointing Washington has had some
'Anderson who was voted to replace ers.Rebekahs charges and heated exchanges 4'he i6I1Give number of voters to new additions and will have streets by full"avement' insteadof Ford Motor Co. He later

I Jesse Thomas of Pleasant Pick between the two officials in follow and it shall be gh'enunto the polls.This was the first such mo're in the near future he said, the costly patchwork that is enlisted during World War I,
I Grove as the district's representative ed. Presdient Hair, seeking "break the tie" election and only temporary; and ((4)) as a. served at the Aviation Repair
you.-Luke 6:38 ever sewage facilities now are
order
I of the county school Mrs. Forbes (Scofield declared he retired Government civil ser- Depot at Dallas Texas and after -
held
board. ; would not be shut up),explainedthat All that we give should b e in Crystal River. Just about at capacity. vice employee to devote full he was discharged returned
The board.as its Initial act of the issue before council given in love since it is blessed Jones, who was at the home of Supt. Bole asked if the City time to the various duties of to work for Ford, as a tool-
the new year voted to keep To Host PrexyMrs. concerned old insurance and not to enrich those who receive it. an ailing uncle John Arline, could extend a sewage or water this elective office. maker. He was soon promoted
thanked those who voted line--or both--In
Ralph Rooks as its chairman new policies. He also.remindedthat All that we receive should be received persons the school'sdirection Mr. Van Dusen told The to division. foreman.
Horace Allen Fannie Forbes of Her- the insurance matter had in thankfulness. S for him in both elections. since pipes are being
as its vice chairman Chronicle that he will seek if The next year saw hit
Geo. Scofield nando is the new Noble Grandof been determined by council long laid elsewhere in the city,at this
S as its attorney e ected to the council a con- promoted and assigned to key
and Mrs. IdaLeeS. varyas Inverness Rebekah Lodge. before Pospiech became a Check Lakes time. He said the BPI would ad- solidation of city-county gov- manufacturing positions With
its finance officer. Allen and No. 57. She was elected at the member. State To vance some money for this pur ernment. This, he belives. will General Motors, at Buffalo N.

Dick Kaufman were re-elect Dec. 28'meeting of the lodge. pose.Mr. save taxpayers many dollars Y. he had complete charge of
( as members of'the BPI In last Other new officers electedfor Are You A Member? The answer to wbatis happenlng are not as numerous as some Rooks inserted that the due to the elimination of dupli- the entire production of Pratt
year's balloting. the year includeMrs.Alice to the supply of good fish inthe people contend they used to be. BPI would like credit for this cating services. & Whitney aircraft engine He
Ahlsgaard vice Mrs. The Citrus Chamberof Tsala Apopka chain of lakes Although fishing InLakeTsa- advancement; that it would like
Among other business,. the grand; County "1 wilf strive to formulate was later assigned to Republic
board approved Miss Kathleen Christine Comer treasurer; Commerce Is again out beating may soon be known If a certain la Apopka is still favorable its money back later, possibly sound and progressive plans for Aircraft Corp. as factory sup
Fusxlck as girls physical education and Mrs. Torn Scofield, secretary the drums for new and renewed state authority carries out its there have been growing complaints with Interest.He pointed out that the future growth of this community ervisor.
teacher for Crystal RIver Mrs. Edith Hurst is past memberships.At promts e to study the situation. that there isn't as many the inprovement would be to the ," said the candidate."It After 20 years of govern
High School, upon recommendation junior noble grand. its meeting Monday noon Dick Welch, president of the good fish in the lakes as in past advantage of the City. makes little administration ment service, he retired in 1956
: of The local lodge will be honored the chamber briefly discussed years. Boat and bait activity reportedly Council president Fred Hair
Principal Harman Citrus County Chamber of Commerce or economic sense for cities the and moved with his wife Minnie,
Chesser. Miss Friday night Jan. 11, with the fact that far too local has fallen off lately. told the school officials that the
Fuszick, from many said Monday that Sen. stze of Inverness to carry on to Inverness. Mrs. Van Dusen
Pennsylvania will graduate this the official visit of Mrs. Mae merchants, and business and James B. (Nick) Connor and Some fishermen insist that City is Just as interested in the duplicating essential services died last fall.
month from the Kernen president of Rebekah professional men have still not the scarcity of good fish is due schools and that expansion of the
University of Rep. A. R. (Baldy) Stricklaa d which can be done at far less Upon moving here Van Dusen
Colorado.: Assembly of Florida.The meet- joined the chamber organization have taken growing complaintsabout to the increase of so-called water and sewage system will be cost by ope consolidated gover became associated with the Masonic -
Ing will get under at 8 this "trash fish", to the growing facilitated as quickly as money
way year.It lake fishing to the State nment. It is my opinion that lodge the American Legion -
p.m. in the power lounge. was noted that names of otter population and even to al- is available. He said engineers
Missing Girl Fish & Game Commission i n the consolidation would resultin country club, boat club,
Preceeding this meeting, a some of the town's more prominent Tallahassee.The ligators.It would study the proposal and a saving of 40 percent of Transplant Club, bowling league -
banquet will be given in Mrs. citizens are conspicuouslyabsent legislators indicated that was pointed out, however, that if cost for the improvement the total amount spent to oper- and is presently serving as
In AccidentOCALA Kernen's honor at Sweat's Restaurant from the current list of the State will soon make a sur- that recent frigid weather kept was not too prohibitive, work ate the Individual municipalitY county campaign director for
at 6:30. All Rebekahsare renewed chamber b fish in deep and from would get underway immediately -
mem e r- vey of the local lakes to deter' water away ." the March of Dime.
1 IT-year-oSd Inverness invited to attend and make ships. What to do about this situation mine the quantity of fish and fishermen. In fact, the survey while equipment is already in

glrrwouadupinMunroe reservations with Mrs. Sco- is a matter of deep con- possible reasons as to why fish will be delayed until lake water operation. Announces For Re.electiOI1Councilman,
Memorial H l yesterday, field secretary. cern to chamber officers. becomes warmer, it was stated.
after an accident while driving)

her fathers car. k Pospiech
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City Patrolman Gordon Welch t Principal,6

v reported Mary Ana Armstrongwas

admitted to the hospital Others Hurt Time Will Tell'
;with bead and ankle lacerations Says

*nd possible, concussion. She
:allegedly falsely identified herself I In CollisionAn Mr. Popieea poiated out tbat
as a University of Florida members of council Involved Id

student and her address as. the recall procle&..are elected -
;Gainesville Welch added. Qrlando school principal, city official Having submitted
Her actual status wasn't his wife and four children were 9 themselves to the elec-

known until two hours afterward rushed to Citrus Memorial Hospital tors as candidate, they took

when the sheriffs office at Inverness -' Saturday night following a oaths to the effect they would act
notified the Florida 3, 1 two-car collision on. U.S. 41, In tee best iaterests of the Cityof
Highway Patrol here that thegirl between Holder and Dunnellon. Inverness. Webster's discharge -
was missing from her home The driver of the other vehicle tgJ for cause by the council
aDd so was her dad's 1960 compact was also admitted. was in good conscience and in
car. 4 Forest Sweet 42, his wife the better interests of the city,
Police said the girLeast- # and children were later takento Mr. Posptecb said Wedaeedsy.

bound oa Adams Street at appro- Orange Memorial Hospital in Recall proceed**** followed

Kimattly 45 miles per hour Ina Orlando. and coaUflUM wbttglK Inverness' -
*; mile zone, failed to notice The Sweet family traveling muateipal reputation and
that It dead-ended at Hills Ida' south along the highway intheir continue to pile up" ffa* cil
Drive. 1959 Chevrolet collided nearly costs to the city."R .
Her car plowed through a, head-on with a 1957 Ford station appean", Mr. Poepiech
"yield! to traffic" sign, skidded .I wagon being driven north said '.daacduly elected official
through a six-foot hedge,rolled by Woodrow Martin.43.of Holder. are subject to whim aad favoritism -

\fever once and halted in an upright Both vehicles were listed by Helmar (Dutch) Pospiech of minor p r e s sure
position. Patrolman J.A. Crews as total . groups." Mr. Pospieca added.

Welch Issued her a Juvenile, losses. "It appear the entire rec all
Helmar "Dutch" Pospiech,
The accident occurring around is iaetifeted ant
citation careless driving and proceedings by
9:30 tied traffic member of Inverness City
ho operaior'ruoetse. p.m. up along armchair pottticiaa1 who pre-
Council said morning -
Wednesday
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a the highway for hours. fers to remain la tkeltackfretMdaadusettepuflbuao
Trooper Crews, who at the in connection: with recall m.Jrtpu-
time of investigation said the proceedings that "time will always ..
Mrs. Port* Home I.UOG tetbl.lue..
point of impact indicated one of telL Referring totheoriginal AfIIY'I-t. Ma candidacy for
Mrs. s, .(Hank)Porter,who the vehicles was in the wrong action: of council dis- re-eJecttoa to council Wedaee-

suffered a heart attack on Dec. lane at the time of the accident charging Kenned Websterfrom day, Mr. PtMfXeck added "Be-,
and has been -- - the as chief of police Mr.
.17 p&tfentatClt- tuld The Chronicle this post ,
the wisdom of *
lievi M
out <
rus Memorial Hospital for the 'NOT FOA FOROOrtENABOUI'bytheeuru.dountYC"Commerce what steps caube) tJ&en to make it more presentable to passing week that Martin had been ,Pospiech said "Recent events Iglaal f decision me Webster*
past three weeks, returned --or the county newspaper the presentunsighly motorists on U.S.'41 andSR 44. it is felt that appearance of this charged with' driving on the including Webster's departurefrom case, 1 will again seek etocttoa
home Tuesday and Is reported. tion of property bordering Cooter Pond on the eastern edge o f area is a poor reflection the dty,and that cleaning it up would wrong side of the highway. He the Dunnellon police force, as amemberof the City CouDcil.
1 recuperating very satisfactorily. Inverness. Efforts are being made to determine who owns the be a big step toward improvement of the general was still in the local hospitalat vindicate' councils original ac
property-particularly that section nearest the highways--aad area.staff photo this writing. tion." (Continued From Pap 1)la )





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Leads Pirates

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I) i ; "' < , 'Canes 4543Clashing
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Here in their first hardwood was in their favor 8-6. By halftime -
activity since the holidays the Pirates had caught up

Jones is hardly a New, Crystal River's Pirates and the but she was the .V- -T: Hurricanes of Citrus High movJ J 18. .
born Citrus County ed against each other Tuesday Point getters for Crystal River -
6 Yi night here in a close game right were Hembree 18,Schtralde

girl arrived early. t.,7'V "- down to the buzzer. J 12..Evans 8. Green 6.sad91an-
Jan. 5. at Citrus A three-point margin for djard 1. Passing the bucked for
Hospital. She."tfpped' ": . their efforts in the third quarter Citrus were Spears 12,King 11,
at an even seven made the difference for the Pi1 1 Fitzpatrick 9. Bedford 7, and

1 vN rates and they emerged two- Johnston 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ..-1 Y 1 point winners over their county No schedule of games has
City she is their "'.-.'..,.. .. J .... 'rivals, 45-43. been received from either
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1. .. They have a two- ... .. S :. Joe Hembree. with 18 points, spaced >ol.
Y .. .. the winners while Jerry
by being the first Spears' 12 points topped the Presbyterian Circle
j rl here this year, re- 11 'Canes efforts.
of gift certifi The'victory gave Crystal RI- Circle II of the First Presbyterian

r;"drIL Inverness 'merch .. : ... ver--surprise winners in the Church, met In the homeof
... holiday Rainbow Mrs:James-Clark last Friday
the"Bundles for Ba- p x Tournament atDunnellon
sponsored by the ar- .> : --a conference record with 10 members present.
Ladies Mrs. of 1-2. Citrus now has a 0-2, The meeting was presided
chairman. mark. over by Mrs. Pelzel and Mrs

giving the certifi The Hurricanes started the Clark spoke the devotional. A

: Dampler's game ahead of their west coast special emphasis "ChristifaAction"
Shop, Allen's Ken opponents and the first quarter was presented by Mr JWillsle. .

Mart Jewel Box, while the Bible study,
Cook's Pharmacy, s Rev. and Mrs. Cross |takes from Matt.8:17.was given

Repair,and Counts by Mrs. KirlapaI iek.

I Note 50th Anniversary
CIRCLE MEETS

HUNGRY FLAMES LICKED at helpless brush and trees as they spread. closer and closer to ,'the deeper it Their.golden wedding anniversary Ladies of Circle # 1 of the
stranded station wagon buried axle deep in the sand. Miles from any help, the vehicles driver went will be observed Sunday First Presbyterian Church met
the only chance he had to save his car and desperately made it to the highway. There he . . . .t in Webster by the Rev. and in the home of Mrs. Erich von

passing motorist and: assistance finally arrived.. aDd none too sco n. The above photo was dol I There fire > Mrs. W.O.R. Cross. The 'celebration Watehausea. Tuesday January
,through the driver's side of the threatened auto. forced'f, and dense was smoke a-on '.,' will be observed at the 8. at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Gordon
'Mr. Zion Peterson opened the
him of conditions Baptist Church wherea meeting
basket dinner will be held with a prayer and devotional. "A
was
With Flames From that was only the way one he by their friends. New Life For The New
Leaping Up Butthestationwa- 11/-1 The public and friends of the -Year."

II up in s a n dl I l lrraa Cross family are invited to. MrSMack Smith gave the

Side I Should hestay there participate.The emphasis on Christian action
Every His Auto :
Bogs | flames? Could he Rev. and Mrs. Davidsonwill and; Mrs. Fred Mahlamn was

his automobile by .Mrs. Jones proudly cuddles her first daughter...Staff Photo i also be celebrating their moderator for the lesson. Roll
What would you do if you were perienced by one Citrus Coun- tive fire and also to get his hands if nec- 34th wedding anniversary along call was answered by twelve
alone in your automobile fire tian last week. It wasn't plea- ture (because he just the car? Could station and do their good deed with Rev. and Mrs. Cross.Trailer members and five guests B d

creeping up on you from three ant experience. It won't soon be to have his camera handy) .immediate area of for the day. Letter To Editor i refreshments were served after
sides. .. and curious motorist turned the closing prayer and Mizpahbaipil4cttou.
axle forgotten.
your car deepin brush and become . The man was thankful forthis, Park Club I .
sand? '1 haven't been this scared tion wagon down the i inftis storm of fire? but he already visioned his station Dear Sir:
Well, one fellow said in all since the war" exclaimed sandy road in the a mile back to wagon smouldering in the Reading the editorial Dec: I Activities Reported

seriousness, "I'd run like h--- man, in the height of his excite- the smoke and flames. Could he get there sand. Surely by now it was too 27, 1962 of The Citrus County North Highlands Trailer Park Patrolman To SpeakSgt.
through the other sidel" ment. For over a mile he reached his ? late. The Chronicle reminds me of an illustration -
. . car pickup truck seemed to (Club had their Christmas party S. L. Clements f the
Such a predicament was ex- long the dusty road help and return be- ,rattle along, unaware of the im- I have used at times. t at the Hernando Civic Club with Florida o
Last Friday afternoon, as the the the fire as it spread was demolish- patient passenger within. Notice the little message in it. j turkey and all the ,trimmings will be the State Highway Patrol 1
man was returning to Inverness wooded areas on either eases It seems a man attended a guest speaker for the
Mrs.
Public Notice from Crystal River he noticeda him. There was no one . . Smoke wasn't prayer meeting service. The j says Harriet Singleton in a Floral City Home Demon:: t r a-
as thick late Gift and
nor report. exchanges
tion Club
woods fire to the South sending meeting next Monday ,
seen. Perhaps they were he d flames various laymen were testifying
start e as hungry when the trio singing of carols were enjoyedby
Notice isberebygiveatlutthe: billows of smoke high into head where looked afternoon at 2 o'clock in the
it how
registration books of the of as ; was the only thing reached the narrow road.There as to much they loved the j 49 in attendance.The .
City community Building.
.the greying sky. leaping flames
but
were Lord they were having sucha
Inverness, Florida are openfor he could get help. was however one partic u 1 a r next meeting of the club
His curiosity growing, he power lines stretched hard time living a good.life.
registration of all qualified too exhausted to go funnel of black smoke about a will be on Jan. 21 at Mr. and .
par- headed down Highway 490 at Ler road.
ties up to and including 5:00P. looking back to the mile down the road. The car One individual got up and said j Mrs. Wilbur Slack's place and
canto and drove in the directionof As he drove
M. 19 on he reminded him must be on fire I how much he loved the Lord but ]Mr. and Mrs. William Gunnell
on Saturday. January VALERIEInverness
the darkened sky. The raging easily that the fire
1963, and to further give notice was no fire insurance on With much surprise and gra- since becoming a Christian he will be hosts. All winter resi-
inferno was sweeping through a in toward the road It was
that the registration books will tification, the man saw as they was tempted above mea sur e. wooded area west of the highway closer and Fia.
bigger. There and drip i neared the Another and testified that ,
be closed at 5:00 p. M. on pin g spot where he had got up i trailer park.Sweepstakes.
Jan- and he could the
see leaping -
much
to fire behind him
he reached the left his never in his life had he
uary 19, 1963, and will remain high- helpless station wagon g o n e Phone 726-4094
flames from mile .
a as around and '
closed until after the general away driving was no house in that the vehicle was still there throughthe test he was goi n g WinnersThis
I they licked at helpless pine and appeared better straight no approaching and that the fire had burned itself through at the present. Several
election is held on February 19, oak. . encouraged by dry brush despite the thick smoke. Pastweek'ssweePstakes Mon., Tares Wed. &
1963. yelled forhelpbut out on one side of the road others also got up and told o f
and grass. battles tournament at the Inverness Thurs., one show only.
P Rema Y. Dean. City Clerk . . . .'. and had moved around the abandoned their: since becoming Golf & Country Club saw Leslie Box office
a car. The wo- to the Christians.. opens at
auto woods the
I 'City of Inverness. Florida if Suddenly the road in f on Lewis in first place, With
Eager to see anyone was attempting Later after the come 7:15 Movie beginsat
; cautiously stopped other side. ministet got p.m.
Publish 10
1963
Jan. blazed
before him.
this destruc- up Chuck Brayton and Doc.Jenkins
to quench
| told her of his To make this long story through his message,several of 7:30 p.m. Fri., two
into man reverse roared backward the now | would get help,even shorter the truck was chained those that had testified went to running second. and third re shows starting 7:30 p.m.
to drive all the to the station and the man to invite him to give his spectively.The '
: way wagon with the Sat. & 9use:free 2 1p..IIf.
smokey, dusty, winding, number drawn in
lucky
A-MARINE PLYWOOD
A
'heart the '
for to Lord and their
BOATS Springs a help of shovels, boards and enjoy continuous.Wed. .
and narrow roadway. His 1 the blind bogey was a tie for Burt
fellowship.The
the
-
manpower stranded vehiclewas
was limited, but not his Van Rossendal and
Materials Jenkins.
The Best
Very mination of the case only there pulled free.and sent on its reply was: "Well I had Thurs. Fri
to get out This past week's ladies tournament
't At Springs hasty come with intentions to unite in
way. WHITE SLAVE SHIP
Carycraft Boat Works In his excitement and low with
. . was net prizes
Trotter and his s fellowship, but after the testi- COLORSCOPESaturday
1 Mile East on State Hwy. 44 due to poor visability his Billy Booth finally This would be one afternoon monies, I am afraid to, for I going to Marian Schoen on a two
accidently
with
spun Corbin
way Margaret a
of the road. The more he I would leave the Chronicle Editor Bob Tannehill have enough trouble of my own, member. Double Feature
visiting The afternoon
would and if I have to suffer like
not soon forget. And h e more GUN FIGHT
. . of bridge was well attended with
you folks have indicated in
made resolution
one that day:no your AND
high honors going to Polly Hes'
testimonies. I don't believe I
story no picture is worth THAT Elvis Presley
much! could stand anymore." ter.The
flaming starFLAMING
i Thus It seems in the editorial Ladies Golf Associationis
; for those that are intending holding a monthly noon lunch- STAR
Announcement to make their home in the future, eon on every third Thursday. A Sun. Mon. Tue8
thinking and knowing we are chairman for each month and RJNG-A-DING RHYTHM"starring
-Pospiech Says-
coming to a wonderful section of committee will be named. Harriet Chubby Checker
Connell will be in charge of
Florida. I hope there Is m o r
(continued on Page 2-.M e the luncheon.
.:. Hernando Bottled promotion on a county basis in January
Gas
In annoUDClnginydecision the future and less bickering,
+ again I believe I am expressingmy for I found it true as the editorial -

feelings and those of my fellow reads, just the few times I

& Appliance Service ,councilmen that we acted likewise in the best involved interests have With been good there.county unity and all Hernando Citrus County Farm Bureau

I of the city and if reelected working together there should
we will continue to ward be a prosperous time ahead for I Insurance for all needs. Life -Fire-,Farm LlabHity
P.O. Box 335 Inverness Ph. 726-2595 SPortsmen Park off suspect acts by minority .all concerned. I know of several Truck Tractor Auto
that would and
groups.:' will make their

At noon Wednesday other homes there, providing they Jerome Browntee, AgentCall

HAS BEEN APPOINTEDuPYROFAX" council members endorsed Mr. get some employment. If oth e r collect 796-2526 Otftce796312 HomeBrooksvHte
Ppspiech's announced intention parts of the country and Florida

to seek re-election. included would pull together Fla.
Endorsing the decision of Mr. and mills could be brought in.

Pospiech toseek re-election But there must be unity for progress -

GAS DISTRIBUTOR were present council members' as you said in your edi-
Mrs. Katherine Balasch.Robert torial.

Earley and Fred Hair presi- Sincerely.

Plymouth Frank Petrucelli N.C. Free

dent.Public NoticeThe

WE are proud to appoint this distributor equipped to supply you with complete I sp1 s
following names on the Estelle E. Flemming, RobertN. Movie
to$ bring dependable "Pyrofax" gas bottled gas service at all times. City of Inverness Registration Gllstrap. Norene S. Gil-
- Rolls were stricken from the strap Hazel V. Hall. Jess W.
.service to the homes in this community. You are cordially invited to inspect the Rolls by the City Council of Hanson William M. Hager,
the.City of Inverness meetingin Helen Huntington. William N.
This authorized distributor of modern work-saving gas appliances on the regular session on January Knight Ann C. Knight Kathleen -
: 8, 1963. for following On Investingand
Malone, James H. Moul-
1)) quality-controlled "Pyrofax" gas is fully display at his showroom) Stop in soon. reasons: ton, John A. Manfrin. Edna .

DECEASED Manf rin. Ronald T.McCarthy
C.A. Allen. Larry P. Burk- Theresa M. McCarthy. Ida The Stock Market
hard. Alfred Carruthers.Raymond -
Mae McElroy. Aubrey McKln-
. L. de Muro.Charles David -
i : : Thomas Edenfield.Robert non. Betty L. Nix.D.Wiley McKinnon.M.Price Patricia Entitled

p F. Fachney Frank Fuderer.. Mary E. Ryan. Viola D. Sp-
T.Ford.WilliamF.CooJ-:
: ruol war John rich. Melvin T. Goodwin J.H. W.rouse.H. Sanders.Clarence Esther A. Sprouse S.Soc- "The Lady and The Stock Exchu e"

_____ Hacbury. Lola M.Hanson Ruby field. Louise R. Scofield Bill

; B11 iimitiiui: : : : : Jiachetti Joseph Langlois. Sherman James Scofield. Starring Janet Blair and Eddie Bracken.
John W. Mana Margaret Mar
Sadler. WeDdle S I-
Betty J. p
II I t! shall Milton O'Neal.BeatriceA.
-.S. 4 OUAIIVV CONttOUID GAS SttVICC Quack nbush. W.C.Sutienfield Sherman.vey. Ethel Earl J. Spivey.R.Sargent.Edna Alfred M.- Friday Jan. 18, 1963 7:30: P.M.

Mary F. Scofield Lily R. Taylor, Johnnie Bell

Pyrofax Gas Corporation M.lor.Sanders Carl L.Elsie Turner Worth, Less Tay I e Taylor, George Thompson. At Florida Power C.,. LOURIe'kJverness"
Frances S. Turner Rena S.
Willis Charles Wagner. O.F. Thompson. Malcolm 1.. W i 1Iiaason -
T Whitahurst. Charles H.Young.J. John E..White.Willie
B. Zelloer.
y, H. Williamson L e w i s C.
o residents
no longer
Youngblood. Dorothy E.
Ester A. Anderson Roy C. Youngblood.
Bennett Betty C. Bennett Al-
va Browse Wyatt Chamber NOTICE IS HEK.EBYGIVEN

O s rr M'+ < lain. Joan A. Chamberlain> TO ALLCONCERNEDthafnyperson whose; name has been cJYi.c! v b.l C ic tJOt.&lo9 .
Francis B. Cooley, MarjorleJ.
...PTNJ..ec.-s.n fOC"tJaa home grogda a 1ewc.s ,-' Chitty,Jamie O.Carruthers removed before erroneously Council ax shall the :J.u:. .
dependable fuel fov George Ellis Cason. Con appear
evoking,water4tesiinf.clothes drying Joan
next regular meeting January
;' refrigeration and kdDeratioa.:':? ** p, is aho used ner. Mildred B. Cox,Berthina 15 1963 7:30 at BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1M6
.X s b for many farm tuk -in reataonnu and Jutl&ttkaad D. Carter.John H.Davis.Effle Hall, for the p.m. of asking City ONE WALL ST..NEW YORK s.N. Y. .
purpose
i for a creiler number of iadwtrul porpote H. Davis.EE.Dutro Ruth Es- that their be restored. OCALA BRANCH
telle de Muro Laura B.Daenba names 401 B. SILVER SPRINGS BLVD.
John Rema Y. Dean. City Clerk York Stock Bxdn ...alyi.
W. Member New fe
Davis. Virgil W.
F+ Come in t ,aid see our full One of Gas & Electric Appliances Eckles Bertha V. Edt 1 e a, CITY OF INVERNESS 10, 1963 FLA. IeadtngDome aadCaaadlaa Iieit .J
PubUshJan.
James E. Ellis.AJL Fleming.


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"" Jones I Hembree Leads Pirates


TJI f!. "' '_ ".'.". _
: : Child Ii -. Over
1 ; : : : 'Canes 4543Clashing

Here in their first hard- was -in-taeir favor 8-6. By halftime -
,
1 '.':' wood activity since the holidays the Pirates bad caught up
1i Jones is hardly a News Crystal River's Pirates and the and die Scoreboard showed 18-

i but she was the Hurricanes of Citrus High moved 18.Point
born Citrus County I : against each other Tuesday getters for Crystal Hirer -
night here In a close game right were Hembree 18,SCMralde

girl arrived early down to the buzzer.A 12, Evans 8, Green 6,ud Blan-

Jan. 5, at Citrus three-point margin for chard 1. Passing the buck; forckIUS
Hospital. She"tipped their efforts in the third quarter were Spears 12, King 11,
at an even seven made the difference for the PI- Fitzpatrick 9, Bedford 7, and
rates and they. emerged two- Johnston 4.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar point winners over their county No schedule of game has
; .
h City,she is their r .. rivals, 45-43. bees received from either

.. They have a two- ., .14 Joe Hembree. with 18 points, school.
paced the winners, while Jerry
by being the first Spears' 12 points topped the Presbyterian Circle

9 here this year, re- Canes efforts.
Y of gift certifi The victory gave Crystal Ri Circle II of the First Presbyterian -

Inverness merch- ver--surprise winners In t h e Clwrcfa. met in the homeof

a-. the"Bundles for Ba- : holiday Rainbow Tournament at Mrs:James Clark last Friday
Dunnellon conference with 10 members present
sponsored by the et record
Pink Ladies, Mr s. of 12. Citrus now has a 0-2; The meeting was presided
chairman. mark. over by Mrs. Pelzel, and Mrs

giving the certifi- The Hurricanes started the Clark spoke the devotional. A

:! : Dam pie r's game ahead of their west coast special emphasis "ChristinaAction"
Shop, Allen's Ken- opponents and the first quarter was presented by Mr J.
Willsie while the Bible study,
Mart Jewel Box,
Cook's Pharmacy, S Rev. and Mrs. Cross taken from Mas. 8:17,was given
Repair,and Counts by Mrs. Kirfcparriek.
Note 50th AnniversaryTheir
CIRCLE MEETS

HUNGRY FLAMES LICKED at helpless brush and trees as they spread closer and closer to ,'the deeper It golden wedding anniver- Lathers of Circle # 1 of toe
stranded station wagon buried axle deep in the sand. Miles from any help, the vehicle'.s driver wenr sary will be observed Sunday First Presbyterian Church met
the only chance he"had to save his car, and desperately made it to the highway. There he * * .. in Webster by the Rev. and in the home of Mrs. Erich von

passing motorist and assistance; finally arrived. ..and none too SQ)n. The above photo was dol! There : Mrs. W.O.R. Cross. The'celebration Wakhausen, Tuesday, January
through the driver's side of the threatened auto. forced'f and dense was smoke fire on a- ;S'P, wilt be observed at the 8, at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Gordon

him of conditions. 'Mt. Zion Baptist Church where.a Peterson opened the meeting
'Pe.: basket dinner will be held with a prayer and devotional. "A
that was only one .... :. by their friends. New Life For The New
the .
With Flames From was way he .
"
Leaping Up
in. But the station wa- ( The public and friends of the Year.-
II in san dl : 11...! Cross family are invited to, MrSMack Smith gave the
up
I Should participate.The emphasis on Christian action
Side hestay there
Every His Auto Bogs the flames? Could he Rev and Mrs. Davidsonwill and Mrs. Fred Mafelamn was

his automobile by ..Mrs. Jones proudly cuddles her first daughter...Staff Photo also be celebrating their moderator for the lesson. Roll

What would you do if you were perienced by one Citrus Coun- tive fire, and also to get his hands, if nec- ---- 34th wedding anniversary,along call was answered by twelve
alone in your automobile, fire tian last week. It wasn't apleaant ture (because he just the car? Could station and do their good deed with Rev. and Mrs. Cross. members and five guests and

creeping up on you from t h r e e experience. It won't soon be to have his camera handy) area of for the day. Letter To EditorDear refreshments were served after
sides. . and axle forgotten. curious motorist turned the closing prayer and Mlzpah
your car deepin brush,and become . The man was thankful for this, Trailer Park Club
ba
e84ctioa.
sand? '1 haven't been this scared tion wagon down the in/his storm of fire? but he already visioned his station Sir:
Well, fellow said in all since the exclaimed sandy road, in the Activities
one war a mile back to wagon smouldering in the Reading the editorial Oec: ReportedNorth
seriousness "I'd run like h--- man in the height of his excite the smoke and flames. Could he get there sand. Surely by now it was too 27, 1962 of The Citrus County Highlands Trailer.Park Patrolman To SpeakSgt.
through the other side!" ment. For over a mile he reached his car? late. The pickup truck seemed to Chronicle reminds me of an illustration Club had their Christmas
* * party S. L. Clements f the
Such a predicament was ex- long the dusty road, I have used times. o
help and return be rattle along, unaware of the impatient at at the Hernando Civic Club with
Florida
Last Friday afternoon, as the the the fire as it spread was demolish- passenger within. Notice the little message in it turkey and all the ,trimmings, will be the State Highway patrol 1
man was returning to Inverness wooded areas on either a. It seems a man attended a guest speaker for the
Public NoticeNotice from Crystal River, he noticeda him. There was no one . Smoke wasn't prayer meeting service. The says Mrs. Harriet Singleton ins Floral City Home Demon s t r a-
late
as thick, nor report. Gift exchanges and
woods fire to the South, send- tion Club meeting next Mond a y .
seen. Perhaps various
they were he laymen were testifyingas
started flames
as hungry when the trio singing of carols were enjoyed
isfcereby giventhattheregistration ing billows of smoke high into head. where it looked as the to how much they loved the afternoon at 2 o'clock in the
books of the of was only thing reached the narrow road.There by 49 in attendance.The .
City .the greying sky. leaping flames were he could Lord, but they were having sucha community Building.
Inverness, Florida are for get help. was, however one particul a r next meeting of the club
open His curiosity growing, he power lines stretched hard time living a good life.
registration of all qualified too exhausted to go funnel of black smoke about a will be on Jan. 21 at Mr. and e
par- headed down 490
Highway at Ler road.
ties up to and including 5:00P. looking back to the mile down the road. The car One individual got up and said Mrs. Wilbur Slack's place, and
and drove in the directionof
canto he drove
As he
on reminded him be how much he loved the Lord,but
M. 19 must on fire I Mr. and Mrs. William Gurmell
on Saturday January VALERIEInverness
the darkened sky. The
that the
raging easily, fire
1963, and to further give notice was no fire insurance on With much surprise and gra- since becoming a Christian he will be hosts. All winter resi-
inferno was sweeping through a in toward the road.It
that the registration books will was tification, the man saw as they was tempted above mea sur e, dents are welcomed back to the
wooded of
the Fia
area west high- closer and
be closed 5:00 bigger. There and drip pin g neared the spot where he had Another got up and testified thatnever trailer park.Sweepstakes. ,
at p. M. on January -
and he could the
see leap- to much fire behind
way him
19, 1963 and will remain he reached the high- left his helpless station wagon in his life had he g o n e. Phone 726-4094
closed until after the general ing flames from a mile away as around and driving was no house' in that the vehicle was still there .through- the test he was goi n g Winners'
they licked at helpless pine and better
appeared straight no approaching and that the fire had through at the present. Several
burned itself -
election is held) on February 19, Mon. Tues. Wed.
oak .encouraged by dry brush despite the thick smoke. This pastweei's sweepstakes &
} 1963. yelled for help,but out on one side of the road others also got up and told o f
t and grass. their battles tournament at the Inverness Thurs., one show only.
and had moved around the aban- : since becoming
Rema Y. Dean, City Clerk * * *
* * Golf & Country Club saw Leslie Box office
''J of came a car. The wo doned auto, to the woods, on the Christians., opens at
City Inverness Florida
Eager to see if anyone was attempting Suddenly the road in f Later after the Lewis come In first place, with 7:15 Movie
Publish 10 1963 cautiously stopped other side. minister.got p.m. begins
Jan. ,
blazed before him.
and
this destruc- up Chuck Doc.Jenkins
to Brayton
quench
told her of his To make this long story through his message.several of at 7:30 p.m. Fri., two
into the second and
reverse now third
re-
r man roared backward would get help,even shorter, the truck was chained those that had testified went to runningspectivety.. shows starting 7:30 p.m.

: smokey, dusty, winding to drive all the way to the station wagon and with the the man to invite him to give his 'ththe number drawn in Set. & SIIi :'ft+e n 2 t>.ftt.
A A-MAR1NE PLYWOOD e lucky
'heart the Lord and
for to
their
BOATS and narrow roadway. His Springs a help of shovels, boards, and enjoy bl1adbogeywasatieforBun continuous.Wed. .
fellowship.The .
manpower, the stranded vehicle
was limited, but not his Van Rossendal and
Materials Jenkins.
Best
The Very mination of the case, only there was pulled free and sent on its reply was: "Well, I had Thurs. Fri
to week's
get out This past ladies tournament -
At Springs hasty come with intentions to unite in
way. WHITE SLAVE SHIP
j Carycraft Boat Works In his excitement, and was low net,with prizes
Trotter and his * * fellowship, but after the testimonies COLORSCOPESaturday
due to poor visability, going to Marian Schoen
1 Mile East on State Hwy. 44 accidently his Billy Booth finally This would be one afternoon I am afraid to, for I on two
with
spun
way Margaret Corbin a
would leave the have enough trouble of ,
Chronicle Editor Bob Tannehill my own Double Feature
of the road. The more he member.
visiting The afternoon
and if I have to suffer like
would more,
not soon forget. And h e GUN FIGHT
. . of well
folks have indicated in bridge was attended with
made one resolution that day:no you your AND
Pp testimonies, I don't high honors going to Polly Hes'
believe
I
story, no picture is worth THAT ter. Elvis Presley
much! could stand anymore."
Thus it seems, in the editorial The Ladles Golf AssociationIs flaming starFLAMING

; for those that are intending holding a monthly noon lunch- STAR
tftnnOll.l1ddIJJdl1l1 to make their home in the future, eon on every third Thursday. A Sun. Mon. Tues"RJNGADING .
thinking and knowing we are chairman for each month and RHYTHM"starring
., -Pospiech Says- coming to a wonderful section of committee will be named. Har- Chubby Checker
riet Connell will be in of
charge
Florida. I hope there is mo r e
(Continued on Page 2-A) the January luncheon.
Hernando Bottled promotion on a county basis in
GasService
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In announclnginydedsiontonm the future and less bickering,
again, I believe I am expressingmy for I found it true as the editor ?A83.3 7 11y1liHernando!

feelings,and those of my fellow ial reads, just the few times I

& Appliance ved,councilmen that we acted likewise In the best inVol-Interests have With been good there.county unity and all Citrus County Farm Bureau

of the city and, If reelected working together there should
we will continue to ward be a prosperous time ahead for J Insurance for all needs. Life -FireFarm Liability
I P.O..80x 335 Inverness Ph.? 726-2595 Sportsmen's Park off suspect acts by minority .all concerned. I know of several Truck Tractor Auto
groups." that would and will make their

At noon Wednesday other homes there, providing they Jerome Browntoe Agent

: HAS BEEN APPOINTED"PYROFAX" council members endorsed Mr. get some employment. If oth e r Call collect 796-2526 Office 796-4312 HomeBrooksvile
Ppspiech's announced Intentionto parts of the country and Florida

seek re-election. included, would pull togeth e rand Fla.

; Endorsing the decision of Mr. mills could be brought in.

: Pospiech to- seek reelectionwere But there must be unity for progress -

I : GAS 0 1ST 1 RIB UTOR.'I Mrs. Katherine present council Bausch members,Robert torial., as you said in your edi

Earley and Fred Hair, presi Sincerely,
Frank Petrucelli
Plymouth, N.C. Free
dent.Public

NoticeThe
WE: are proud to appoint this distributor equipped to supply you with complete
following names on the Estelle E. Flemmlng. Robert MovieOn
to bring dependable "Pyrofax" gas bottled gas service at all times. City of Inverness Registration N. Gilstrap, Norene S. Gil-
Rolls were stricken from the strap Hazel V. Hall, Jess W.
p service to the homes in this community. You are cordially invited to inspect the Rolls, by the City Council of Hanson, William M. Hager,
the.City of Inverness,meetingin Helen Huntington. William N.
This authorized distributor of modern work-saving gas appliances on. the regular session on January Knight Ann C. Knight Kathleen -
8, 1963, for the following Malone H. Moul- Investingand

quality-controlled "Pyrofax" gas is fully display at his showroonu. Stop in soon. reasons: ton, John A.James Manfrin, Edna

DECEASED Manfrin, Ronald T.McCarthy
G.A. Allen, Larry P. Burk- Theresa M. McCarthy. Ida The Stock Market

bard Alfred Carruthers,Raymond Mae McElroy Aubrey McKln-
L. de Mura,Charles David -
non, Besy D. McKinnon, Patricia -
Thomas Edenfield,Robert L. Nix. Wiley M.Price Entitled
fjJ F. fachney Frank Fuderer: Mary E. Ryan Viola D. Sp-

John T.FordW1IUamF.Goo:2-: rouse, Clarence A. Sprouse.W. "The Lady and The Stock Exc... ."
trpt .au rich Melvin T. Goodwin,J.H. H. Sanders Esther S.Soc- .
Hanbury, Lola M.Hansom.Ruby Scofield Bill
field Louise
.' -".. .. .. ,, ,. .. ... '' .. .. .. Jiachettl. Joseph Langlois R.
ill ll l "" 9W' ._ .. .. __'. . " ._.: John W. Mann Margaret Marshall Sherman Betty J. Sadler.James Wendle Scof i Spi-e 1 d, Starring Janet Blair and EcMfe Iracken.


. ... OUAIItV CONIIOttID GAS SftVICt Quackenbush., Milton O'Neal.W.C.BeatriceA. Sutten- Sherman vey, Ethel Earl J. Spivey R.Sargent., Edna Alfred M.- Friday Jan. 18, 1913 7:30: ?M.

field Mary F. Scofield, Lily R. Taylor Johnnie Bell

4 a Pyrofax Gas Corporation:. M.,sanders Carl L.Elsie TUrner Worth Lassie Taylor Taylor George Thompson At Florida Power C.,. LawfeBUStNfiSS
Frances Rena S.
S. TUrner
-.
WOOs Charles Wagner O.F.Whltehurst .
Thompson. Malcolm L. W 11-
Charles Young liamson. John E.-White,Willie Mverteascl -
Zellner.
_. J. B. H. Williamson L e w III C.
. '
.J' ' "'_ residents
-cr no longer E.
Youngblood Dorothy
Ester A. Anderson Roy C. Youngblood. .
Bennett Betty C. Bennett Al- '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
va Brown. Wyatt L.Chamber-
TO ALL CONCERNED that
lain. Joan A. Chamberlain any .
person whose cam e has been t,.cJ .
Francis B. Cooley MarJorie removed erroneously shall
n + r :. ,. ''*Pyre/at"'Cat'S.rrJe* for the hems provide a IAW-CMU J. Chitty.Jamie O.Carruthers before Council at the &.c.

:. dependable fuel fo*okiag..wtfer-beatiaf.clodaei drying George Ellis Cason.Joan Con- appear
regular
next meeting January
: '' refrigeration and ner, Mildred B. BNV_ ass_
incinerttion-'Tjrrofkr p i* alto vied Cox.Berthina 7:30
-.. ., '.wi; .5 for many farm ta k -in restaurants and InttitmtUiu-nd D. Carter.John H.Davis Effie Hall 15. 1963 for the purpose p.m.,of at asking City ONE WALL ST.. Nor VQUC<.. Y.

for a greater somber of ladmtrial pare o,et.I H. Davis.EE Dutr o.Ruth Es- that their be restored. OCALARANCH
telle de Moro Laura B.[)aen- names -tOl 8....... sRl. ..t0.
ba. John W. Rema Y. Dean. City Clerk Member New yOl't.' ...." l..s aeMr
DavIs Virgil W.
I . Come in and see our full Hoe of Gas & Electric Appliances Eckles. Bertha V. Eet I e s, CITY OF INVERNESS 10. 1963, FLA. leading Domestic indC-.dr 6..eaaw I
PubUshJan.
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D.. Locklear,seaman, The submarine which carries ", .
11USN, son of Mr. andMrs.HiranJ. 16 _nuclear warhead missiles ....;. :- .t. And CancerThis I
1't Lung
Locklear of Route 1,Homosa- departed on patrol.the first of ",.. -. ." Cigarettes
ssa is serving aboard the Pol- the year, joined several others f ..';:.
arts-firing submarine USS John lc submarines as a major is the first of a series of continued before the development less tar and nicotine than
1"1 Marshall, which joined.the fleet, deterrent to war in American .r answers to most-often asked of invasive cancer of t h e others.Q. .
Dec. 31. seapower. questions about the health relationship Do Filter-tip cigarettes
lung.Q.
of smoking and devel- Some cigarette companiesused prevent tars from reaching
: opment of cancer to advertise that their filters smokers lungs?
;
Fresh Onion Plants The series has been issued by reduced tars and nicotine. A. Cigarette filters remo v e
the Florida Division of.the Is this true? varying quantities not all. of
American Cancer Society and is A. There is no cigarette from the tars and nicotine. Filters

Multiplying and Sweet Bermuda l%c each. M R reprinted in this newspaper as a which the smoke is completelyfree could be more efficient and
feature general public inter- of tar and nicotine. Some there is some tendency in this

est. Readers desiring .further cigarettes do, however, have direction,

Also Bedding Plants .r- information about cancer con-
.F 444 Ei trol subjects are requested t o
. send their written inquiries direct .-- -,
Landscape Nursery to the state Division of the -

i American Cancer Society, 416 ttim- -
Tampa Street, Tampa 2, Flor-

1 Mile East State Hwy 44.Ph. 726-1381
ida.Q.
on Is there any proof that SAVES OPEN AlL HOURS I

cigarette smoking leads to lung
cancer?
'\: BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION members are pictured above following their first meeting of A. Yes Twenty-eight studies

1963 Tuesday afternoon. Seated at the table leftto right, are: Supt. Harry K. Bide, of tavern ess have shown that a history of
; AUCTION secretary to the board;Ralph Rooks of Crystal River, the board's president Geo. Scofield of Inverness smoking is much more common

.. its attorney; (back row 1-r) Horace Allen of Lecamo, vice chairman; Gene Allen of Crystal among lung cancer patients than
I' Saturday, Jan. 1 19 River; Richard Kaufman of Inverness; and Dave Anderson of Crystal River. Anderson replace s among those without the disease -
Jessee Thomas of Pleasant Grove as new memberof the board. --staff PlotoTHE Three follow-up studies
1963 AT 1:00 p. M. have demonstrated that the m

Located on Busy U. S. Highway no. 19 and no. 98 LITTLE PLACE !IIIIUUIHlHIIIIIIlllimUlIlllIHIIUUIHIHHIIIHiniHHIIOllllUniU. aanlununuaunun death rate from lung cancer a- "
5 Miles South of HomosassaDue mong smokers is about ten Wash 25$
to ill health Mr,and Mrs. Lester Dodge have By EBEA LYONS I It Happened In Hernando times that of nonsmokers.

commissioned me to sell at Auction their Studies also indicate that cigarette Dry 10t
Mr. and'Mrs.. Charles L.
TRAILER PARK FRUIT & GIFT SHOP of Proctorville O. smoking is associatedwith \
Young spent 1\
Mrs.HAROLD I ROBERTSiimmmiimimiiimimiiiiiiimiiimmnmmiiimm about 75 to 80 per cent of all I1-Lfi'1Take
the holidays with Mrs. William I a short
cases of lung cancer. The Inci-
Stock and Fixtures sold separately or together A. Lyons and children. hh. I
nlll I1111111nnuntlnln1111111I11111t1111UI1111111nnllnli dence of the disease i
Good Well. Trailer Park with Patios. Septic Dev. Marie Doyle of Chesterfield increases
Tanks. and and Mrs. Mrs. n. .McNutt for with the amount smoked and the cut through
Underground wiring Laundryroom Ind. spent 'wednesday Mr. Bobby Buerger daughter J jwc your'week's
Restrooms with Showers. Owners have Beer li- night with Mr. and Mrs. C, of Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs. a visit with him. length of time the smoker has
cense. Private Fish Pond. Holm. She then went to Sara- Gary Bueger of Jacksonvillehave Terry Wisdom of Ocala, and smoked. Conversely, lung can- 1J
,TERMS 10% DOWN Balance Announced a t sota and Port Charlotte.Mr. returned to their Navy Steve Roberts of Orlando were cer death rates decrease among washing here,
Sale Charles Mann and daughter bases after making the holidays guests at thehome of their those who discontinue smoking,
pleasant for their Mr. Gail Roberts. and the decrease is roughly pro-
cousin
$&00 FREE PRIZE.TO ONE GUESSING; Barbara came back from parents. Of
to the of Plenty Parkinq '
portionate length time
Chicago Ill., where they spent and Mrs. David Combes. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Han- SpaceECONOWASH
NEARESTTHE SELLING PRICE since last smoking.
the holidays with Mr. Mann'ssons Mrs. Lawerence Woods of cock of Tarpon Springs were
-- Also To Be Sold For Cash-- and their families.. Tampa was a visitor at the up for the holidays to check on Microscopic examination o f
,..' One 19 ft. KnightHouseTrailer home of her parents, Mr. and their property for the damage the lung tissue of cigarette
Mrs. Walter VanNess. A sisterof done by the freeze. smokers shows progressive
TO BUY OR SELL SEE Citrus. Marine Center Mrs. VanNess Mrs. Dawson Class Reunion of 1952 grad- cell changes of the type that pre- 24 Hour Self Service Laiidry

Col. of Tampa, also was a visitor uates of Citrus High was heldat cede cancer. Thedegreeofsuch
Factory there for the holidays. the home of Miss Shirley changes increases with the a- ; Corner of Grace aad Apopka Sts. UverMSS

Denver D. Colburn Trained Holiday visitors at the homeof VanNess those present were: mount of cigarette smoking,and
Mr. and Mrs. Major Bellamy Mrs. George Fitchett of S.C., diminishes if smoking is dis-

were, Mr. and Mrs.Thomas and Mrs Jack Daniels of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Klein ; 11 :: : 1::::: :1111: ::2 2: 2 2 2 2 2 III1 :I 2 2 2 1:
Realtor Auctioneer Liquidator children of Daytona Beach. of
Norma Barnes Inverness,
and
of
family Ypsilanti, Mich.
Wilfeed Grono had a visit Mrs. Bill Grant of Dade City,
SELLS EARTH THAT'S ON IT' have returned home after
"HE> THE AND ALL from his sister, Mrs. D.J. Mc- Mrs. Johnny Dampier of Inver- modern homes
,ti 'Offices--Highway No. 98 North& 16 W.Jefferson .$ Lean of Nova Scotia Canada, ness, Mrs. Verners of Ocala, spending the holidays with their

Phone 796-2908 or 796-4400 SERVICE ON ALL I MAKES whom he had not seen in 44 all recalling those good ole parents Mr. and Mr.Mrs.and Mrs.Paul Reimann.Scudderof

'I BROOKSVILLE FLORIDA us. 41 'South Inverness years called from Tampa Air- school days of Citrus High.
Parsons Point have
s I b, Phone. 726-4418 port to meet her there along Mrs. Pearl Hogan of Orlando St. Pete for several gone weeks.to 1IteaH4,8ett t 4iiig}
with her son, Wilfred and her visited at the home of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Abie
Bellamy
Mrs. Siko for the holiday sea-
have moved to Brooksville.
.
son.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Josh Spoonerand
and Mrs. Bateman and family have returned home, A column of helpful ..Item'
children of Orlando have moved
,
after being in Pa for the holi- building hints brought to
back North Hernando make
to to days with relatives. each week public
you as a
their home, where he is em- -
ployed by Mr. Ross. service.
I Mr. and Mrs. Robsrt Hughesand Mrs. Bottorff Dies;

If like 'em solid home children after spending have the returned holi- Native Of Citrus

you days with relatives South Funeral services were held SMOAK & OGDEN

: Carolina and N.C. Saturday afternoon for Mrs.
f i sure-footed and quick A Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Thomas Eleanor Botthorff of Dade City,

had a visit from their son, a native of Citrus County. Bur-
Fairlane's kind of W.C.O Wm. Thomas of Barks-. ial was in the Van Ness ceme- -
car Citrus County's Oldest
r II A eMIwe M11I IIRIIq/I11 A1/ '> .I1 A/ your dale La. Air Force. tery, near Hernando. Established Contractors
Basil May 3rd of Bronson Mrs. Rottorff, a daughter of
SLAM THE DOOR-and listen to the visited his grandparents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Van Nessof CAREYSMOAK.
and Mrs. B.E. May Sr. Dade City, former residentsof
solid thunk of a car that's all muscle. and flew Hernando, passed WALL
Mr. Mrs. Inmann to away Jan. PANELINGOVER
GET BEHIND THE WHEEL-and discoverthis Cleveland, O. to be with their 2.

hot new middleweight gives you the son the holiday. She is survived by one son the past decade there has been a significant
of MOVE 'ER OUT- Mrs. Callie Stevens has been and one daughter and six brothers -
room a big car. in the number of rooms and the typesof
the home of her
visiting at
and learn how Fairlane unsnarls traffic. decor with which wood paneling is being used.
sister-in-law Mrs. Forbes.Mr. .
'. (It'soverafootshorterthanstandardcars.) _and Mrs. E.M. Hardy Club To See Film There was a time when wood paneling meant eitheran

have returned to their home in State Forester Frank Cowan American
Early setting expensive library
or an or
.,, HIT THE OPEN ROAD-This tight, trim Key West for an indefinite will show a film and give a talkon
stay
'' den. Today, paneling is used in homes of price
Fairlane. 0 Fairlane has the solid feel of a big car! after spending the holidays flowering trees .tomorrow every
Door Sedan afternoon at the Floral City range and every style.
Choose from two lively Challenger V-8's here.Called home due to the Illness Garden Club meeting in the With all the qualities of versatility, economy and

with up to 164 horses..9 models: hard- of their mother Mrs. Community Building. "finishability," there is also the quality of individu

.'m tops, wagons and sedans. Christianson, were; Mrs. R.D. .ality Whatever the period or the decor and whateverthe
Fellows and Mrs. Gene Wheeler '
''w AND REMEMBER-in any Fairlane, you of Chicago, 111. also her YOURPHARMACIST size of the room, there is a wood and finish thatis

enjoy the kind of care-free driving for brothers, W.W. Spitzer, and just right.Probably .

which Ford cars are famous (maintenance Charlie Spitzer of Illinois. But two of the most popular rooms for wall
she did not suffer a stroke as
stops are, reduced to twice a or paneling are the living room and family room. The
year had been reported, and is expected -
every 6,000 miles). home this week. P AK" wide variety of wood grains and designs makes it

Mr. and Mrs. Fred 'Anderson possible to provide formal beauty in the living room
and family of Orlando have The home medicine cabinet well informal charm for the
Americans liveliest,most care-free cars! as as family room.
S 1 .M returned home after a weekend provides a great sourceof
For distinctive of the woods retain
beauty, many
relief for ailments
visit with her parents, Mr. and many ,
FORD Mrs. Johnson. but it can If unwisely main- interesting growth characteristics, such as tight knots,
tained cause no small a- burls and bark pockets. These character marks of
.
rLLeoN IM.UKt\FGIG tHUNO.1. mount of grief.Unfortunately. when stained add interest and
1,'' nature, painted or ,
r 50r t arswaFairlane some cab-
IsoldGarden
Lake warmth to
Squire inets hold poisonous articl- any room.
as within the reach: of Some wood paneling is especially treated to allow

yy.. small curious hands. painting or staining of nearly any color or hue. This

_ Then too, there 1s always allows almost limitless decorative possibilities. Your

I .-N ,. By Gladys Davis the will liklihood carelessly that or accidentally an adult- walls can be the focal point of all your furnishingswith

Mr The Lake Tsala Gardens pick up a wrong battle the use of bold decorator colors, or it can serveas

b Community Club will have a and we have the makings a quiet background,with a variety of stained finishes.

,covered dish dinnerattheFlorida of an unfortunate accident. If the room is not very light, then a light finish,

1 Power Lounge Monday Jan such as blond, is desirable. A room that receives
14th at 6'30 p.m Each couple
v
are asked to bring two gifts U there are youngstersin strong natural light may be finished in rich antiqueor

y from their home for the White the household, be care- a darker tone giving a deep natural effect to the
.tirt Elephant table. Games will be ful where you store drugs, walls. .
played after dinner with prizesto candy-coated aspirin and
Currently in is mixing Chinese modern with
vogue
l be selected from the White household poisons. As for
.elephant table. .the adults, make it a prac- other contemporary furniture. Such a scheme is

Miss Laural Libby grand- tice to read labels carefully excellent against a rich background that can well be

'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl when seeking reliefin achieved with an intermediate toned wood.

t i:Fogelstrom spent Christmas the medicine cabinet.It Other rooms, besides the living and family rooms,
holidays with friends in Ocala. is a good idea also,
g6 Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe Dr. Lester Guest and his to make it a practice to are also effectively decorated with wood paneling.

1 V .wife Dr. Pearl Guest and their have those important prescriptions For example, paneling in the kitchen and bathroom

daughter Thelma have returned filled COOK'S provides a way of replacing oldtime clinical whiteness

.to State College, Penn. after PHARMACY. Experience, with the more modern treatments.
spending the holidays with Dr. care and the finest of drugsgo
of for walls .
Advantages paneling are
j j"k 1: 'Pearl Guest's parents, Mr.and into every prescription your many.In
to.1a' Mrs. H. Hoagland.Mr. at COOK'S PHARMACY. addition to the many decorative effects possible

.. and Mrs. Herman Emlerof THIS WEEK'S HOUSE maintenance is extremely low.
Louisville Kentucky were HOLD HINT:Note to'handymen -
''''' .0- ., guests for a brief visit with painters: When you
Smoak and
,.p; f, [' ,Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Davis. finish a painting chore, Ogden
"- .: .: Mr. and Mrs. Val Infantino place a rubber band around
< .. have returned after the the level of the
: ..1 spending a can at General ContractorsInvernessPbone
1 ;few days in Miami. remaining paint. For the
Chick Chiffy Ford 'Inc. :,, ;Y The Community Club wish next job you wont have to
:: :for a speedy recovery of Mr. open the can to see whatIs 726-2K1
William Kress who is now con- left.

Mihi. t .rest Sts., .1.IYI..ess. .Florida. :fined Hospital.to the Citrus Memorial

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II Floral City . ; Crystal_ Riverg; :. : :. INVERNESS PERSONALS r .


'By' MRS. CON ;SHINGLER 'PHONE76-1*" Ramblings: / l!* .nMrs.. Mae Henley Phane>> 726-1822 ii L


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- .. 'Mrs. Viola Tooke has return- Pierce were her brother Mr.J.

Mrs William Llnz Directorof The Floral City P.T.A. will ) ... ed home after a two weeks visit M. McGillicuddy from California -
District five attended the meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. in by Laura I.I.. Zim wmani.Il. with her sister. Mrs. Carrollin and her sister Mrs. Paul
_
tenth anniversary tea honoring the school auditorium. Air Bradenton. Gibbons from Indianna. They
charter members of the Dunnel- members urged to attend. '
are
Schnee has f .w
Ralph returned to were here due to the ill ess o
Ion Garden Club Friday. De- Mr. and Mrs. I-ester Ray Mrs.' Thelma Green motherof day with Mrs. Ben Lowry of medical college in Rihmond their father who is recovering

cember 28th at the home of and family visited relatives in Mrs. Louis Cappola, has re Plaquemine La. who was the after spending the holidays with nicely.
Mrs. Robert E. Hess assistant Jacksonville during the boll turned'to her home in Trenton. house-guest of her parents.Mr.
his and and
parents. Mr. Mrs. Sel- Recent visitors of Mr.
District Director.Mr. Miss Jane Van de Vrede of and Mrs. Tesse P. Burford.Mr. .
lert Schnee.
and Mrs. Martin Black days.Holiday guests.of Mr. and Smyrna. Ga. Is the guest of and Mrs. Earl C. Hulettare Mr. and Mrs. Edward O'Toole Jr.were
Visiting Mrs. W. L. Mr. and Mrs. James 0 Brien 1
and son Larry of Tampa enjoyed Mrs. Roy Kidd was their son her sister. Mrs. Edward Sinz. down from Dillard. Ga. for Owen last week were M r s.Owen's and Mrs. Kitty Wood and two
the with his and Miss Gerrits daughterof extended visit with the formers -
holidays parentsMr. and datighter-in-law Mr. Lyn an
mother Mrs.H.B.Ben- daughters from Po m'p a n o
. and Mrs. L.M. Black. Mrs. Ralph Kagley of Maryville. the Edward J. Gerrits flewto brother-in-law and sister nett and Mrs. Owen's sister. Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Weeks ana Tenn. Jacksonville to visit her Mr. and Mrs. Toe E.Burke.Dr. .
Mrs. Clara Young from J a c k- Tom Heath Jr.,Gospel Island,
family have returned after Mrs C.J. Parker has returned friend Claire Naughton and parents. and Mrs. Morrison Allen sonville. the holidays visiting his
New Mr. Gerrits motored returned their home in Dade1' spent
spending Years with rela- after spending several over to
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. JamesE. sister Ann and relatives in Buffalo -
tives in Georgia. days in Bradenton Beach with on New Year's eve to bring City after a short visit with
McDonald of Line St.. were N. Y.
Mrs. Buelah and and the ladies back to the former's and uncle'
Wiggins Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tessier two young aunt
and and
their son his family Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.John Waters
grandson David Roberts have family. Crystal River to spend the holiday Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Maynani i
Mrs. visited Waters'
John McDonald Marilyn son, Jay Mrs.
returned after the back here. in Lecanto.Mr. .
spending is *
Carl Christianson and Brad from Pinckmeyville Rev. and Mrs. W. G.
holidays with her son Sgt. and after a ten day visit with his Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. and Mrs. Walter L.: 111. Strickland parents in Tampa last Fri- About Florida, The

Mrs. f.m. Wiggins and family grandparent Mr. andMrs.M.M. Kelley spent the holidays visit- Hammond have been entertaining Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Flury day. I
J ::n Homestead. Guilford in Palatka. ing their family the Harold Mrs. Hammond's cousin.
spent Monday and T u e s day Vincent .Martin left Tuesday to Citrus County .CHRONICLEIn
Chandlers and children at Hia- Mrs. Norbert Ealtes and Mr.
1 visiting Miss Irene Tompkins in attend Florida State Universityin
leah. Ealtes of Charles City. Iowa Sumterville. Tallahassee.
Mrs. Leona Pape,local teacher The Hammonds
are newcomersin Guest of Mrs.V.. G. Puckettfor Guests of Mr. andMrs.Clarence -
; Every Friday was the guest of Mr. and our community; living at
two weeks is her sister. Terry is Mr. Terry'smother
Mrs. B.C.Gar land at their homein Woodward Park.
Mrs. W. S. Sweet from Atlanta from Ventura Calif.
Key West. Tamblin of Rochester -
Mrs. Mary. Ga. Mrs. Puckett Mrs. Sweet Visiting Mr. and Mrs.HowardF.
Fish & Chips
Mr. and Mrs. John Lapsey of N.Y. has been a house-
Mrs. Lois Allen Miss Louise Dommert is Mrs.Dommert'smother
Louisville Ky. have spent the guest of the Richard Linder .
.
and.Miss Puckett
Puckett Fannie from Lake Charles,La.Mrs.Vickrey's

11 A.M. to 5 P.M. visiting past month Mr. and in Crystal Mrs. Thomas River family Mrs.here.Ruth Orrick of Coal EthelVinn spent Thursday in Crystal with River.Mrs.

McCavarrie and family.Mr. Port Pa. has returned home after Latest
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. J.
956 and Mrs. A.E. Wells vis lUng her father and mother. -
Marshall over the holidays were
Book ClubThe
have as their guests Mr. and Mr. and 'Mrs. Walter G. Captivates
their son and his family Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Sheckler of Kenton home in Southern -
Riddle Restaurant Fryer at their Mrs. Robert Marshall fro m
Ohio. Highlands. The parents observed Woman's Club of Cry-
Denver Colo. While they were
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Perritt their 60th wedding anniversary stal River enjoyed a fine pro-
here they visited Robert's sister -
Inverness motored over from their Orlando gram on Monday afternoon when
on New Years.Day Mrs. Edward Crees in Eau
home recently to spend the the president Mrs. Mack L.
with their daughter as the spec- Gallic.
review of
Vickrey presented a
ial Recent visitors of Mrs. KateHomosassa
guest. her latest book "Fortitude and

I Directo'ry-- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McGuire Gratitude", a fascinating tale of
. Area Business enjoyed Christmas with
friends and relatives in Glen- the deep South in ole Louisiana -
reviewed in the author'sinimitable
ville Ga.. Sumter. S.C. and

AUTO SALES ELECTRICAL SERVICE PEST CONTROL Roanoke Va. They returned to delightful manner. '63 to plant
& SERVICE Mrs. Vincent This book is a sequel to one plan
their home in Woodlawn Estates By Havens:
of her former novels, "The
Chatmin Buick Frasier Mountain for the New Year where mem- 1
and too !
Bray McGuires' The Clifford Harmans are Crumbling Cherubs completely some prosperity
bers of Mrs. family ,
Pontiac Co. Appliances Inc their moving to the former L.Chaney captivated her audience.
were guests.
Special guests at the meet-

SalesandSeniceIntemational Faun Equipment H ec.M)tors-Rewound-Repaired Pest Control ident MFs.of Mac the Crystal.. L,. Vickrey River,Woman's pres-- home.Mr.. Simon Myers was 88 ing were the president of the This year, plan to deposit in your savings
of Women'sClubs
last Florida Federation
md International Trucks: Wesringhouse-GE-Dayton Sales Residential and Commercial Club has called a special years young Friday Jan. account at bank of dollar
4th. LastSundaythefamilywereall Mrs. J.R. Glover and our part every i
Jet Pump MotorsRepairadCommeraal Household
Spraying
TanmaHwy of the executive boardof
meeting invited to a birthday dinner also Mrs. T.L. Hodson a member -
Btooksvifle 7963553Brooks' 8 N. Georgia Refrigeration Are.Bmolcsville Bo. aches.Antsl.bths51erfishBrooksville Termite Control the club to be held at the prepared in his honor at the of the state executive board. you receive. Then you can count on a yield I

1. 7'J6.2W'Crystal 796-4254 club 10'30 house o'clock on Citrus next Avenue Monday at home of his son Melvin Myersat Both ladies are from Lakeland.The of cash when needed-plus compound in- ,
Dade City. social committee for the

Ford Sales, Inc. Electric, Inc. REAL ESTATE morning. January 14th..She also Guests at the J.G. Pratt home day composed of Mrs. Jesse terest. You needn'tvait 'til spring to begin.A I
invites other members.Mr.
MERCURY four Complete Electrical Center: during the Holiday season were Burford Mrs. M.D. Fountain ,

I METEOR Service on All Makes of and Mrs. Ned Ragonese Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pratt and Mrs. J.B. Oliphant and Mrs. few dollars will start your account now.
Allen Realty arrived at their southern homeon children from Tampa and Mr. J.A. Vaughn served refresh- \
COMET TV Ratio Refrigerarian -
? Route 44, after vacationingwith and Mrs. John G. Pratt and ments at the tea hour. I
31-39 Booksville Ave. Small Appliances Waterfront Lets Acreages their families for a few children from Orlando.

a _Bpoksville 795-3525 Citrus Ave. Homes Business months in Bedford N.Y. When it the latest i
t At the Riley D. Head home. comes to
_ AUTO GLASS TRIM Crystal River 795-3223 2 Bedmom Waterfront Home Mr. and Mrs. Warren Web- all the children were home dur- word in fashion trends and always iI
19450.00 ster of the Village of Picardyand I
the Mrs. in theKNOW..BEVERLYLEE. :
ing holidays except
Davis Auto Glass ELECTRICPLUMBING P.O. Bide. Inglis- Mr. and Mrs. Charles J., Wayne Hudgins and family of SHOP has it. Fabulous ; r inF

& Trim Shop Td. 447-2333; ; 447-2391 Stopford King's Bay motoredto New York. BOBBIE BROOKS spring pastel

Another Fine Installation by Miami last week for a few TheC.M. Blackfords moved to dresses and coordinates cul-

i Cecil Davis, Proprietor Kepler Realty days trip. The men brought a Crystal River. The O.H.Hessl- lots shorts slim pants skins nr'3 4
Custom Made Seat Covers ShaftsElectric
I DUNNELLON FLORIDA neighbor's boat back to Crystal. ers moved to a new home on blouses and everything for the 1

f Glass 1 5 Installed N. Magnolia Pmmntl St. & Plumbing Water View lot with access to River via Stuart.Lake Okeecho3bee Hwy 490 A. The Cliff Miles fashion minded ladies. Sizes 5

_ Withlacoochee River'and only and Ft. Myers while theirs are building a new home. to 15..Misses sizes 10 to 20.
BroQk ayj lie 796-3030
.Service Repairs 3 miles from downtown Dunnellon wives drove home. i>" Mr. and Mrs. Carl Voegel Sale first quality nylon hose

I AUTO SERVICE STATIONS Duanellon Crystal River ..for 1660.00. Lot is high Miss Vicki Miller returned, arrived Friday from Williamsburg .59t pr. Open every day from BANK OF INVERNESSInverness

HU9-2S62 795-327 pond dryReal to the Hampden-DeBose .Academy Iowa to spend the winter 8:30 a.m. to 6:00p.m.ALL DAY

JI'' Springs Randall at Zellwood after spending 'season.Mr WED.. Sat. till 7:00 p.m. 108 Florida \
the holidays at her home here. Fla. ,
FURNITURE USED \ and Mrs. Clyde Linkonsof Main St., Inverness
1. Standard Station Estate Agency She was accompanied by her
Radford Va. are here on I Advert!sment, )

Headquarters for W err's Furniture Co. WATERFRONT MOBILE mother and sister Marjorie. vacation.Mr. j

i Atlas Tires & Delco Batteries We Buy & Sell New & Used On Sunday Dr. and Mrs. SamR. and Mrs. Sam Miller and
: HOME LOTS $10n down
Miller Jr. drove over to the
l two sons from Tampa were here
Bake Service-General Repairs Furniture Appliances 130 month. school attend the afternoon .

Radiator Homoaaasa Flush SpringsPiter's&Repairs Guaranteed 710 W. Fort 30 Dade days-Terms Ave. Box '468. Homosassa Springs. vesper service to and hear a guest for Mr.the and holidays.Mrs. John Forkner M0u| Ccuttot Brand Paint

Rrooksville '796--26 su speaker. and two daughters from Atlantaare
z
LARGE MARINA'SITE the week here.

_ FLORIST GIFtS 20 'Acres on'River Mrs. Under Dies; The spending Bill Jacobsens were here Buy one get one.MARY
Pure OH Service
"
W estovers 530.000. Terms for the weekend entertaining .
Native of ScotlandFuneral
his father who is them
Pare GAB ala Lubrication- visiting

Tires Batteries TV Stamps Flowers & Gifts Archie 6. Eiland services were co n- from Indianapolis.The .

r "Ye Give Service with Exquisite Gifts Keg. Broker! ducted'Wednesday afternoon for Aldersons of Ocala were

Every Gas Sale" For Every Occasion Inglis, Fla. .., 447-2383 Mrs. Mary O. Linder. 44, who holiday guests of the Millers I

FIot City7263813 Flowers-Bouquets and Deatgp died suddenly early Sun day and Weltys.Mr. .

. Member FTD Knotts & Lynch morning at the Citrus Memorial and Mrs. John Oliver
AUTO STORE 709 W. JeffersonBtooksviUe Hospital.A John Jr., Judy and Kay from _

l li 796-354 Fat Yaakeetowa Pwpcrry native of Scotland and a for- Denver. Colo. spent Christmas i i
i Western AutoTotnaanOutboanbTnietone la the Wood mer resident of Rochester.N.Y.' week at the home of his uncle -
FARM SUPPLIED Miller.
On the River John
TV and St.Petersburg.Mrs.Linder
_ RCA Whirlpool Refrigerators, HettFeed Oa the Gulf and her husband came to Crys-. The Nesbit Newtons and son W CARTER H-, AT NO EXTRA COST :

Tires Batteries, Generators, Lota Home. Acreage tal River in June of 1962. She Craig from Savannah spent the HOUSE PAINT 'memo COloa MATCHING ALKYD FLAT I
member of past few days here. Mor. than 1.500 Tinttkl* wfth TMOAlen's -
Vfcfflers ft Farm Supply was a Holy Cross I
Realtors-Yankeepwn 447-2431 of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Perk- shades! Ec.ll.nAid/ / aim.! Eet.lltat hNd
Catholic Church Rochester. '
i iwo.d
Western Flyer Bicycles BABY. CHICKS ins helped friends,Mr.and Mrs. fie' ,, durability. Far UII l"" & iw0 RY.IiNa.. pYr
the survivors the .41., w.h.IN.9a I
Among are
0llaS
met.J.!
Dumdlon HU9-2360 masonry
Poultry Livestock: Feed RESTAURANT John Arnst of Del Ray Beach
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husband Richard W. Linder RRm $
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Bulk DeliveriesDel. .celebrate their 47th wedding 6 ,...
BUILDING SUPPLIES For Real Fun Patricia i
daughter. Margaret GAL. + -
Wed in i Gtrus G .
Every >
600 So'MaiD Meet at the .Linder of Crystal River; two anniversary Jan. 2nd. EVERY ... CAN FREE IYERY led CAN PRII.out i
Building Materials: of TWO Homosassa couples enjoyed ,
.LighthouseBeer sons Neil Tamblin Uncas-
,, fesmcalSappliesPhan : Brooksville 796-3055 ville Conn. and Gary Tamblin a free trip to Cape Coral

ng-Pants & Varnishes FARM, EQUIPMENT Wines Dancing of Rochester; her father Larry near Ft. Myers last weekend. I

and Tater Pumps to Anyone Steaks *. Chops -SandwichesFree Savage of Rochester:twobroth- Homosassa W.M.S. ladies are

At Saviri&s 2'% -407 Trov's Fish Every 2nd Friday ers Larry Savage Jr. of meeting at the home of Mrs.W. / Hardware Ge'd lt ee

f. 01'. W. Hays Inc. Floral City Greece, N.Y. and Frank A.Savage -. H. Sanders Jr. tonight Jan. 10. M , ,,
Tractor ft Equipment i of Ft. Rucker Ala. Mr. Bob Strickland is the new w w n
North House INVERNESS
lai.Ua: 447-2701 ..& -Fergunsn Sales&Serv Happy Hi-Hat Conducting the rites at manager in charge of Homosassa of Court .

New & Used Farm EquipmentNew Strickland Funeral Home Chapel Inn.
BUILDING MATERIALSRebhsenScofield Holland Hay t3aIers Cocktail.Package Lounge Store in Crystal Riverwas Father Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Watson fa Oftffet DISCOUNT Paint StoresAMKICA'S RAult "YMO4Rtr

Grove Harowsmiard Burial in the and her mother Mrs. Mae c'
King "Meet Here for the James Hoge. was
Harris spent Christmas day LARGEST DISCOUNT PAINT CHAIN 7
& Hutch Hoes Best of Spirits" Crystal River Cemetery.
Bmoksville7962511, with Mr. Watson's parents at MORE THAN 100 STORES COAST TO COAST
Lumber Co. Homosassa Springs Hwy 19.% Bradley Junction. c9'f

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**. Lumber Building Material Flo's Jewelry SEPTIC TANK .. Disaster Plan From >., .{ '

Concrete Blocks !
ft PhotographyWatchesDiamondsSilverware ..;:
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Red Cross .
Duanelloa HU9-240XBEAUTY : Cliff'stic SpokesmanThe .

Expert Watch Hep airs Sf Task ServiceSales 26th District Nurses As-

SHOP PortraitWeddingsCandidShuman and Service sn. was host to Miss Edith Olsen -

Blk.Dunndion Drain Beds Tanks Pumped nursing representative of
Mirror Beauty Salon HU9-2316 the Southeast District of the
Light Uralic
American Red Cross from .. --
Hair StylingPermanent OlofOystd RiBmoksrille _- If1 .
._796=4540. Atlanta last Thursday at the
Waves Brooksville hospital.
Miss Olsen who has been

U.S. Hwy 19 N. IfifUs 447-232 NURSERY TILEPLASTERWSI" present in most recent disasters

Dunnellon in the southeastern states,
BOATS MOTORS Mtsclmm's Nursery stressed the necessity of hospitals --1
Tile & Plastering Co.
Shrub having an available relief

Crystal Outbeard Egelreen8Ro ,Ceramic Tile BaAavsma-Floot plan in event of natural disasteror

ae 8BeddiDI 5bo wet Stall a-Sink .Ibp..Rip airs war. .. I

Motors Plants Plastering. (or New and Repair The Red Cross found that hospital -

)H Blk. W. of U.S. 19 Soft Tile Floors staff members could not
p-U Service on Outboards 124 TUliams St. function effectively after 24
a Springs
Lam Boy Lawn Mowers Hamota DalUJ ton HU 928'2TEl hours and must be relieved by -; : --. -...

Qyatal Rim 795-2597 other skilled workers.Miss Olsen 2 bedroom kitchen with built-in rang end oven, custom caba.tc c..otlc ,

: vision urged all hospitals to keepan \\\9\\\ bath, colored fixtures lifetime til. roof water well pump and tank Oify I

DRUGGIST OFFICE SUPPLIES Dive's up-to-date list of available, 1248 square feet under roof. May be seen In Lockshfre Park. ;'!
disaster .
- helpers.
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Nail's! .D re' Store '. ., Lewis' TV S..s..fr. Stroke... w. .4. . The Home So Unique It Defies Comparison $8. ,950. i I

AH Office Needs(2iinsCrystalLasting -
9 Sales & Service PERSONAL Quality Costs No More At .-. I Ii
Prescriptions Giftst "Th'e House of Sd &Sow dN Guests of Mf. and Mrs. J.M Oi Ytw Let

Sickroom: Supplies Art Supplies; Zenith Admrai' KfctuoU Jenrette is their daughter and i

Dunnellon Cosmetics HU9-2441- Sundaes! Fabrics -N.Sewing Mainflmokaville NotionsS' < Crystal RCA River Sales 795-2246.*J "ce.. -. Newnham.family, Mr.and,daughter nd. Mrs.Nancy Fred oi f Inverness Construction Co.. Phone 726-2738 Sax 236,.l+wn+es*, Fie' .

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_._; .'.$_ ___.._. '.;.. The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE January W, 1963 5PibllcHotIce -
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-0'. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

L t0 HARE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That Scofield Invest-
TO HEIP x; f-
T4 BU.Y 0 S RENT WANTED t TicouND meat Company holder ,of the following described tax.

certificates has filed same in my office and has made I

application for a tax deed to be issued thereon:
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MiscellsHieousWANTED !I-IJ: J! k'Miscel'a1eous'! Help Wanted P !b1icJotice Public NoticeCALL Certificate. No.. Date of Issuauce Description Assessed under same

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7" Tune 6, 1960 Hewarl:
"-I have entered the Lot 118 River Gardeasl1Uam G.
Experienced person jSL: just A WATKINS ROUTE In this area NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO i FOR BIDS Unit 2 . ''a'

to do Income tax work part Rexall Super Plenamins Is open for semi-retired man, REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Sealed Bids will be receivedby # (1'

1. time. Desk space and equipment $50,000 "Money In the Bank"Sweepstakes. or lady. Many semi-ret i red The undersigned hereby certifies the Board of Public Instruction 21 ''jl1.lc. 6. 1960.
Lots 11 & 12 Blk B-
furnished. Write Box 777 Inverness My horoscopesays people are earning $50 to $100 that it is conducting a fuel Citrus County in their office WilGeorae R. & Adelaide Harvey.
lams Point Sub 9
will'win. Please
il i-tfc I come 101 at the Court House Inver-
per week depending on time devoted business at So. Pine St.,Inverness -
home and help me.pay the bills.Norma. Fla..under ficti- ness. Florida up to 1:00 P.M.. 317 .
i SNAPSHOT DEVELOPING.at -- tothebusiness.Maybeyoucan the E.S.T. June 6, 1"t1 Lots 7 & 8 Blk '14fUnit Listen L. & Lucille Richie
,qualify. For personal interview tious name of Greeius.FuelG a s Thursday January31. .- 1 .
J ZELLER MUSEUM and P.S. Why don't you enter,too? 1963 at which time and place all'ids. # Homosassa
in write H. Service and that said firm I s
studios camera shop.Fast, It's Free I Maybe you won't'HAVE McGarity your Williston area Fla. 52-3c.J. composed of the following per received: will be publicly 34*_i-": c: June 6. 1960 Lots 1 to 23 "incl., Blk Theodore Cheakatos

courteous quality service by to come home I You can son whose name and place of opened and read aloud,for furnishing . '--", 179, Unit #4, Town of
I experts. U. S.41 N.Inverne s s.' enter at'Bennett's Homasassa
WOMAN WITH CAR to call re- residence as follows: all materials and 1 a b 0 r ..
I 52tfcFOR and 35 \ - June 6, 1960 Lot 18 Blk 238, Unit #6, James A. Owens
Drug Store gularly each month on established Harrison Gas Service, Inc.,a constructing: Y* '; Town of Homosassa

SALE '- 1961 F-85 Olds.4doOl' INVERNESS. FLORiDA Studio Girl Cosmetics Florida corporation. ADDITIONSto '

sedan. Low mileage clients in and around Inverness, 3301 14th St. Bradenton, I960 _Lots 14 & 15 Rlk 301, Unit
,
37 June 6, Mafeel
sad
CRYSTAL RIVER .* 8 Jsef H. S. Duaaett
: automatic transmission, avail- making necessary deliveries Florida # Town of Homosassa

:; able fot owner. Call the Chronicle Fiberglass & Materials etc. 3 or 4 hours per day. Ownership of Greens; Fuel Gas ELEME 7ARYSCHOOLBOOKER .' .-

,f 7261441.. _See' Route will pay up to $5.00 Service T.WASHINGTONELEMENTARY .48.w 't June 6, 1960 Lots 6 & 7 Rlk 298 Unit Dora V. Bailey. '
per hour. Write STUDIO GIRL is as follows: SCHOOL "9, Town of Homosassa '

,k !;You: HOME FURNITURE ED WHIT AC RERoute COSMETICS Dept.75931 Glendale -. Harrison Gas Service Inc. CARVER JUNIOR HIGH 5l'{:. _

STORE is' authorized FRIGI- 44Vfithlacoochee Calif. 2-3c It is its intention to apply to SCHOOL >: June 6, 1960 Lot 27 Blk 308, Unit #9, C. R: KO DfH5Ou

DAIRE and MAYTAG appliance the Clerk of the Circuit Court in Additions to be one story o f f -*- Town of Homosassa
>> Rivet
and for Citrus Floridato brick block concrete, steel and
. dealer. We service what we Phone 748-6593 County
E( sell. 38-tfc Lost register the said name 0 fOreen's wood frame construction. 58., ;:;I.. ':; June 6, 1960 Lot 3 Blk 325 unit #10.Harlan Anderson
Crystal River Elementary ", -
F"el Gas Service under Town of Homosassa

WILL TRADE-Motor boat and 'LOST: Entry Blank the provisions of Chapter 20953 School-3429 sq ft. '" Lit 11 Blk 337

trade REEL and It ROD service We trailer for a lot of equal value. laws of Florida Acts of 1941. Booker T. Washington 64 June 6, 1960 Unit #10, Town of Glean & Willie Saunders

i swap. BERT'S REEL Ph. 7262345. l-2c Precious Rexall$50,000 Super Witness my hand,(our hands), mentary School 2600 sq. ft. Hm1JSaSSa: .

I SHOP, Glenn's Camp, lat road Plenamins "Money in the this 18th day of December, 1962. Carver Junior High School- 67, June 6. 1960 10 James W. & Dorothy M.
Lots & 11 Blk 347
on, left, Rt. 44. S. Inverne s s Bank" Sweepstakes Entry HARRISON GAS SERVICE INC. 2940 sq. ft. Unit Stickney
,
35tfcj Real Estate Bid received after the #10, Town of Homosassa
i Blank. First Prize worth a BY Frank A. Bennett, Any '

j Dr. Wallace Hay announcesthe possible $25,000 Will finder to my local President. be specified considered.time and date will not 68 June 6. 1?60 Lot 13 Blk 347, Unit #10. James W. & Dorothy M.StickneyRaymond
bank
opening of his office for WILL TRADE equity in three acct. please Publish Dec. 27, 1962 Town of Homosassa
bath home excellent return my entry blank--I'm 3 10, 17 1963 Each bid must be accompanied -
to the practice of optometry, in bdrm., two Jan. ,
around the by a certified orcashier'scheck E.
planning a trip
1 Crystal Rivet Inn. Hours locatidh. St. Petersburg, con-
Sat. Lot 7 Blk 137, Town of
worldl) You can OWN or bid bond in the amountof .
get your
81 & Mae Leaden
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 43-tfc venient to schools shopping 6 1960 Homosassa Dorothy
p.m. June ,
Pb. center bus at door for three or entry blank fi\REE. at, IN RE: ESTATE OF not less than 5% of the bid

) 795-2283. four bdrm. home inlnvernes s. MARGARET W.HAINES price as a gurantee that the 103 W. H. Wells
I! 65 Bennett's Drug Store DeceasedIN Bidder, if awarded the contract, June 6. 1960 Lot 67 Blk 23 Parsons Point
TV SALES Write Chronicle, Box C. In-
THE COURT OF THE will within ten ((10)) consecutive
FLORIDA
,i Home Furniture. Store, Phone verness. INVERNESS .COUNTY JUDGE, calendar days after written notice 119 6 1960 Being a part of Tract 10 UUeus FtickHerbert ,

:726-J2922; We give the most: LOST-Brown. leather billfold, CITRUS COUNTY.FLORIDA being given of such award, June Blk F: Begin at a stake 93 '. '. .
"COLONIALS ,
I for die. old see when you; ARE BACK"DeJuxe small amount IN'PROBATE.TO enter into a written contract ft from Tract 9 & 10 & g-o-
important
Masonary Homes papers
trade for a new TV.. Good, with thatPRESTIGE Finder keep ALL CREDITORS AND with the Board of Public Instruction Ing in a northerly direction
money. money 60
ft thence
selection of used TV's |23 LOOK please return papers. MRS. C. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Citrus County, in accordance in a westerly
direction 645 ft 15
ft
to a
with the
and.uD.: Custom Styled and Built on A. PARKS Rt. 1, Box 129 A, DEMANDS AGAINST SnlD accepted Bid alley described in ORB 9
2-lp ESTATE: and give a contract Surety Bond
Inverness.
Land.
your You and each of are here- satisfactory to the Board o f Page 365 New Mayfield .
sell you
WE BUY and used The
repair, Royal Palm, The Magnolia Acres
!Kenmore, R.C.A. Whirlpool The Poinciana, The Classic by notitied and required to pre- Public Instruction Citrus
Card of ThanksOur claims and demand County equal to one hundred per
automatic washers. sent any
Work Azalea J Level
Split and
the
guaranteed .,," .- Being a part of Tract 10 A. Dye
120 :
three months. Ph. 726- Low priced Orange Blossom which you or either of you,may cent ((100%) of the contrac .. .,-. ,." 1.. '"June 6, 1960 Blk F: Begin at a stake 273 ,
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"2622 40-tfc Series-2-3-4 Bedrooms heartfelt thanks to all who have against the estate of MAR- price.No Bidder withdraw his .:: .' ft ftom the corner of Tract

All with Heating Systems, Carports extended comforting sympathy GARET W. HAINES deceased may
9 10
& going in an north- ,
'i GRAVELY TRACTORS -'New, or Garages and inside and help in our recent sorrow. of said County to the County Bid for a period of thirty ((30)) .. erly direction 60 ft thence '. .:
Utilities. For the beautiful service floral Judge of Citrus County.Florida days after the date self or the .
t rebuilt, parts reapirs. ROGERS thereof.All .r '_ in a westerly direction 645
AUTOMOTIVE Tavares. Ph. THESE HOMES AREDIFFERENT offerings and other kindnesseswe at his office in the court houseof opening ,
work shall be done in accordance _.:. : E I";; ft to a 15 ft alley descr in .
3433071. 43-tfe are deeply grateful. said County at Inverness. ORB 9 page 367 Newr
with and
plans con-
Write for Free Brochure and Florida within six calendar :.
CHARLES R. AMMERMAN Mayfield Acres
tract documents relative thereto ; : .
FOR S Refrigerator $50. see for youiself. months from the time of the first . .
.
I 17" TV $20.00 Wicker porch Husband claim demand shall be. in which may be examined at the >- \

furniture. 4 pcs set $30.00MILLER'S P. O. Box 23, Leesburg Fla. VERN C. WILSON and FAMILY writing or and shall state the place office of E. Bryan Duncan Architect 121' '.j June 6. 1960 Being a part of Tract 10 UliouaFeick.Joseph .
51-4c Brother 302 .,: Blk F: Begin at the cornerof
2-lp 1/2 Silver Springs
TAP.31/2 Miles No. of residence and post office address -
of Hernando on Rt. 200. 2-lc IN CRYSTAL RIVER Mobile of the claimant and shall Blvd., Ocala Florida, and such Tract 9 & 10 going in
direction 93 ft
r plans and documents '' an northerly
'homes tes on U.S. 19 S., 70 X The kindness and sympathy of be sworn to by the claimant, contract b' thence in a westerly direct-

STUFF FER SALE- Hernandc 75, all with central water. $25 neighbors and friends in our recent his agent or attorney, and any and forms for bidding may be = ion 645 ft to a 15 ft alley
secured from that office depositing
k Special January Sale 10% offon down and $10 mo. Contact sorrow will always remain such claim or demand not so by descr in ORB 9 page 369.
therewith the sum o f
all.used stuff. FLORA VEAL owner at 795- with us as a precious memory. filed shall be void. less part descr in ORB 54
Dollars
f
2822 or 7952410.. 4 -tfc Our sincere thanks and gratitude Edward C. HainesAs Twenty set which will($20.00)be refunded) o reach page 148 sold Clinton A.


FOR SALE--Walnutbdrm. suite "HOMES" ,. for all those comfortingacts. Estate administrator ofMargaret- of the upon return of said Plans and ." ...,:_ ,....,.....,}. .. ....-::'" .. Acres Kreimer New Mayfle'd! :.:.!!k..":' ...-... ... .- f fCC
;
,
Contract Documents in '
consisting of double bed with On your lot, no money down, MR. A. M. ROBERTS W. Haines good :

Simmons box springs and mattress three j bdrm. completed solid and FAMILYMR. condition on the date of opening ...- -
deceasedFirst 125' Lot 125 Park and Windsor
chest of drawers and brick home. Full price $6700, .HAROLD ROBERTSand publication bids therefor. . -"J"6, 1960 Sportsmans JesepWse

',E E dresser both with mirror, payments only $62.70 per FAMILY 2-lc Publish Dec. 27, 1962 Prime Contractors may have .. Sub
chair and bedside stand. All in month. See Model Home on Rt. Jan. 3. 10,. 17. 1963 one set of plans with deposit returnable t -""

excellent condition.C a 11,726- 200, across from old airport in Public NoticeIN ; the cost of print ing 127 June 6, 1960 Lot 15 Blk 121 Town of wade Bryaat

2103 before noon. 2-lc Ocala.HARRISON HOMES, INC. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF will be deducted from deposit Inverness

TH": CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FIFTH JUDICIALCIRCUITINAND for additional sets.Subcontractors.
WANTED-Will buy crippled o r 45-tfc THE FIFTH JUDICIAL FOR aid material 131 1960 N 1/2 of Lot 9 Fletcher lobs R. Prall
6
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR June ,
worthless cattle horses and FOR SALE-Two bedroom house CITRUS COUNTY. FLORIDA. CITRUS COUNTY.FLORIDA. dealers may have plans and Hts

mules. Call ALLARD RICHARDSON overlooking Boat Basin Tsala CHANCERY NO. 1539 CHANCERY NO. 1543 specifications but cost of print- Unless the said certificates shall be redeemed according to law, the property described therein

Lecanto. 795- 401.3p Gardens. Fireplace and elect- DELMAR plaintiff R. RAUP. SUIT FOR DIVORCE ing will be deducted from deposit will be sold to the highest bidder at the court house door on the first Monday In the month of February -

ric heat. $9,500.00. Contact V. when plans.are returned. 1963. which is the 4th day of February, 1963, at 12 o'clock noon. .

_.: 20 BRUCE W. ELLIS 406 N. O- CATHERINE H. RAUP, MARGARET ARRINGTON. Plans sot per sheet specifica- Dated this 27th day of Dec. A.D. 1962.
FOR SALE ft. Travel sceola Avenue. Inverness Fla. Defendant. Plaintiff, tions $5.00 per set. Francis W. Williams

Trailer complete. Bench saw 2-3p SUIT FOR DIVORCE V. Bidders qualifications must Clerk of Circuit Court
f new. Dexter lock set. new. i NOTICE TO DEFEND JAMES .
ARRINGTON be satisfactory to the Board o f Citrus County Florida

piece Foley saw filing outfit, Choice waterfront i lot, for as IF THE NAME OF THE. STATEOF Defendant. Public Instruction, Citrus Publish Dec. 27, 1962, Jan. 3. 10, 17, 1963
used hand saws. 1958 Chev. little as $2995 Indian Waters FLORIDA.TO
CATHERINE H. RAUP. NOTICE TO DEFEND: County.
pick-up 1/2 ton. H. KNICKER- just N. of Crystal River, close also known as Mr*. Wally Page, IN THE NAME OF THE The Board of Public Instruction 1
BOCKER. Gospel Island Ph. to U.S. 19 and the beautiful whose last known address is
Cltrus
STATEOF FLORIDA: .County,reservesthe A
726 1134. 2-2c Box 1219. Suffolk, Virginia: 4 Ideal log 6ouple
Crystal River. Reasonableterms. You are hereby notified that a TO JAMES ARRINGTON right to waive informalitiesin Room Cottage -- re irea Just oft U.S. 41

FREE DUMPING D1RTONLY Contact sales office, suit for divorce has been filed WHOSE LAST KNOWN PLACEOF any Bid and to reject any o r HEARINGAIDSOnly Call With-La-Popka between Floral Islands City and 726-1223 bivorgess

Landscape Nursery on' property, or TROTTER'S"REALTY against you In the Circuit Court of RESIDENCE, WAS all bids to readvertiseforadditional Priced To Move --- Low Terms
Citrus County Florida, in chancery
Sportsmen's ParkBROKE Homosassa Springs: bids and to accept any
ROSE : APARTMENT
by the plaintiff Delmar R. MARIE 523.95-Up.
Office. Phone 795-2792 Of- bid and combination f
o
Raup who! alleged that you are 6200 PARK BOULEVARD any
fice: 7952410. his wife. You are required hereby'to PINELLAS PARK,FLORIDA. alternates that in its judgm e n t Free.Trial.T
? 8rlllS
serve M. C. Scofield the
upon will be for the best interest o f
AND WHOSE ADDRESS IS NOW
8 plaintiff's attorney whose addressIs "For
% INTEREST OFFERED the Owner. Pleasant Li'ving"WALTER'S
ENTER REXALL'S $50,000 UNKNOWN.You
209-210 Masonic Building. Inverness .
"Money in the Bank" Sweep Wanted-3 first mortgage loans Florida a copy of any are hereby notified tha a BOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION Landscape Nursery

stakes It's FREE! Get yourentry 5$2500 year each terms.on new Call buildings.PAUL choose written to file defenses directed that to you the com-may suit for divorce has beenf iled DUVAL ISLAND ADDITIONYou

blank atBennett'sJJrug. GK3NAC. 726-1584, or Box 38, plaint filed In this suit on or before against you in the Circuit Courtof BY: Harry K. Buie Two outlets

Store Fla. 2-2c the 21 day of January 1963. Citrus County Florida, in Secretary 1 mile East on Hwy. 44 will see here the "I WO n de r f u 1 Difference
jternando.
and to file the original of said defenses Publish Jan.10,17. 24. 1963
chancery, by the plaintiff Margaret "
and at homesites eachancedby
INVERNESS FLORIDA with the undersigned Clerkof Sportsmen'sPark Trees Make. Spacious are
FOR SALE--Two bdrm home the Circuit Court of Citrus Arlington who alleged towering live oaks providing the desired privacy -

:turn., screened porch carport, County Florida. Failure to do so that you are her husband. You NOTICE TO CREDITORS and adding to the beauty and comfort ol your
BOY WANTS puppy dog. BEN located at Holiday Shores on will result in a Decree Pro Con- are hereby required to serve
Lake Tsala
fesso being entered against you. NOTICE is that home. All homesites have access to
SCOFIELD, Ph. 726-2911 Inverness Withlacoochee river,good hunt- WITNESS my hand and the official upon M. C. Scofield, the plaintiffs the undersigned hereby has been given d u 1 Apopka and outlet to the Withlacoochee River,
2 2c seal of this Court, at Inverness y
and fishing. Contact WM. attorney whose address is
ing
of
appointed and qualified as making a wonderful system waterways wyour
Florida, on the 17 day of 209-210 Masonic
Nobleton Fla. : Building Inverness -
IMPERIAL fully equipped air- SLARKS 2-3p December'1962. Florida a copy of any Administrator of the Estate o f 28th Consecutive added pleasure. Drive out today or send for bro
FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS. Clerkof d chure.
BURT HOY WILLIAMS e-
conditioned excellent shape. FOR SA.LE--Lot 75 x 180 ft. on the Circuit Court of Citrus written defense that you may
ceased. All legatees
creditors -
Sale by owner Box 202 Her- Lake Consvella, Floral City County. Florida.By choose to file directed to the heirs Quarterly .

nando. Fla. 2-3p with 45ft. Spartantrailer. Virginia S. Williams, complaint filed in this cause on distributees and a 11 J. DALE WALTERDuval
Deputy Clerk other having claims
persons or
before the 5 of Feb- 6% Interest Payments
tact WM. SLARKS Nobleton (Circuit Court seal) on or day demands said estate are
against
"CRUSADE OF FAITH"St. Fla. '. 2-3p U. C. Seofleld, ruary, 1963, and to file the origInal Island Floral City Fla.
notified them
hereby to ,
Margaret's Episcopal chur- 209-210 Masonic Building of said defense with the present
ch invites you to attend the Inverness, Florida. undersigned Clerk the Circuit be the County Judge C It r us Made on Jan. 2,1 1963 .
For Reit Attorney for plaintiff. County at his office at the CourtHouse
Jade
preaching mission nightly Court of Citrus County Florida.
Publish December 20. 27. Inverness. Florid a,
20 through 24th. Leesburg High Failure do to Debenture
: Jan. 3. and 10. 1963 to so will result in a
FOR RENT Furnished Home within
properly sworn to six(6)
School auditorium.Transportation (
decree pro confesso being FOR SALE FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
available, Ph. 726-1931 or and Furnished Apartment, S. IN RE: ESTATE OF entered against calendar months FROM THE

726-2210. 2. 2c Pine St., Inverness, and Fur' WALTER Deceased.E. WELLS WITNESS my you.hand and the official DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- Holders of Record. Three Brand New 2 I.R. Htmis
nished Lakefront Home at CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
IN THE COURT OF THE seal of this Court at In- for living ceramic bath, screened
Floral City. See M. C. SCO- COUNTY Each claim or demand must Complete carport
STUFF FER SALEWe'vebeen JUDGE. verness Florida, on this 28 day well septic tank, insulation oil furaace, garbage -
FIELD. 36-tfe CITRUS COUNTY. FLORIDA. be in writing and must state the porch, ,
buying like crazy. Stuffs run- IN PROBATE.TO of December, 1962. place of residence and post office disposer, special storage features, beaetifol

ning out the door. Come Sale See FOR RENT-Nice Trailer lots, PERSONS ALL HAVING CREDITORS CLAIMS AND (Circuit Court Seal) address of the claimant and Citizens Loan Co shaded lots 80 X 125 or larger. Paved. streets, all
Stuff fer Her- OR
bring money lake privileges. $10 per month DEMANDS AGAINST SAID FRANCIS w.WILLIAMS Clerk must be sworn to by the claimant utilities in. 18,950.00 to J12.600.0C, Cash or T_..

nando. at Lakeside Park. See SCY ESTATE: Circuit Court of Citrus County his agent or his attorney,,. INC.
'HIBBARD at Chronicle. 38-tfp You and each of you are hereby State of Florida. or the same will become void
CITY
notified FLORAL
and required to present ZAN-MAR VILLAGE -
F-SS OLDS for sale. May be any claims and demands which By Eula'Mae Murphy according to law.

seen at Chronicle office.LIVE you. or either of you may have Deputy ClerkM First publication on Jan. 3, Locally owned and! 1 Mile South oa U.S. 41, 2 Blocks Test oa S.R.400
You see'a lot of flowers
alongour \; against the estace of Walter E. : C. Scofield, 1963. operated far all Ph. 726-5962 EDWARD L. JONES,
highways, and a lot Wells,
more
deceased late of said
MARINE
BANK AND TRUST
blooming idiots behind the steer County, to th* County Judge of 209-210 Masonic Building, Citrus County>> folks _Owner & Developer
BAIT ing wheel. Citrus County, Florida at his Inverness, Florida. COMPANY* \\1
office in the court house of said for Administrator of the Estate of .
The Best far Less Attorney Plaintiff. Inverness, Fla -- --
County at Inverness Florida' Publish Jan. 3. 10.17&24.1963 BURT HOY WILLIAMS .
within
eight calendar
Shiners 80Y Doz. from the time of the first publication months deceased. Court House>> Square

Witerfrt.it of this notice. Each claim or, Tampa. Florida SNAPP REALTYEXCLUSIVE
2 Doz. $].50 demand shall be in writing and Notice Under Fictitious Name By HENRY A. CARRINGTON;
Minnows 'Mobile Hemesites shall state the place of residenceand Law. TRUST OFFICER.
post office address of SAt ES REPRESENTATIVES OF'
claimant and shall be sworn to U./,/' Notice Is Hereby Given that Publish Jan. 3, 10. 17, 24. 1963

t 54* 1.00 From 1595.00 the claimant, his agent or attorney the undersigned desiring to engage Subscribe to the-Chronide.

ATT Cultured S Bait Direct to Golf- Fresh and and any auch claim or demandnot in business under the ficti- INVERNESS HIGHLANDSSEE

Direct from Hatchery Salt Water Fishing.: Pauline so filed C. Wells shall be void. tious name of Florida Motel on. INCREASE YOUB STOKE TRAFFIC BY A

See Big-Hearted BertGLEHH' Contact: A* executor of the Last Will. U. S. Highway No. 41 North Inverness PLANNED DVE&TISING PROGRAM US FOR ALL PURCHASES

at and Testament of Florida, intends to IN YOUR ,

Walter E. Wells, deceased register the said name with the SALES OR TRANSFERS OF EQUITY
r S CAMP Trotter's Realty W. C. Scofield. Clerk' of the Circuit Court of
-- 209-210 Masonic Building.Inverness. ClTlIS COIIIIY CHRONICLE PHONES: 736-1241 or 726-2471
1st Road an Left, Florida Citrus County Florida.
MILE SOUTH ON U.S. HIGHWAY 41
for Executrix Eleanor Roberts
Homosassa Attorney
Rt 44 S., Inverness Springs 1H
Telephone' 795-2410 publish Jan.Dec.3. 10.20.. 1963 27. 1962 Publish Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24, '963 "FIBST IN SERVICE"








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Mr. Langlois Was Canadian Herndon Returns From Tnp Thru Caribbean

I I Marine Lance Corporal Dan- Caribbean.The .
Rosary services were con- land both of Pawtucket -
\ Langlois
iel Herndon. of Mr. and
R. son
., unit arrived in Calif-
I INSURE YOUR ducted Friday night in the chapelof R.I.; three daughters, Mrs.' Mrs. John Herndon of. Floral
i ornia last month after embark-
Porter Funeral Home for
Leonard Mitchell of Manhattan
BODY AGAINST THE FLU Joseph Aldei Langlois 75, who Beach Calif., Mrs. EdwardO'- ;: City has returned to Camp ing in 20 amphibious ships and
;: Pendleton, Calif., after serving passing through the Panama
_
passed away at his home Wednesday Gara of Canoga Park Calif.,and
with the Fifth Marine Expeditionary Canal. The combined Navy and
Jan. 2. Requeim mass Mrs. Lionell Robedeau of Pawtucket -
: of the United
L S Brigade Marine Corps force leaving the
for the repose of his soul was, R.I. a brother Leonard : :
States quarantine forces in the Pacific Coast was 18.000.
said Saturday morning at 0 u r Langlois New Bedford. Mass.; .
ThIs is the time your body needs every possible -
help to prevent changeable winter weather Lady of Fatima Catholic Church and a sister. Mrs. BeatriceDu- ,, __ _
from lowering its resistance to sickness. by Father James Hoge. Inter- jgan, New Bedford.

Otherwise an Invading virus may ravage your. etery. The deceased was a native ot ,
body. Mr. anglois. is survived by Napierville Canada and a resident OCAtA BUSINESS DIRECTORYEagl.
his widow. Mrs. Aurora Lang of Inverness for eight
If you have any pains or discomforts go to _i lois; two sons Norman andRoHomqsassa years. The Langlois home on
your physician quickly for help. You will save Route 581, just off Highway 44
much. sicknesS'tijne and possibly your preciouslife. west has been elaborately dec-.
orated each Christmas and has
been the first place Kiwanis Furniture s. & s. s.,,iy >ic.
J YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when Springs Yule lighting contest winner for

I you n.*dl >medicine. Pick up your prescription the past four years. ...leaping flames moved'within inches of one dwelling...
j it shopping nearby. A great many By .NONA M. RUNION --staff photo Company Your He Htftdauutera
p0opU entrust us with their prescriptions. Women's Golf Assn. 2nd and Magnolia Ocala Far tbe Finest
compound ? Mr. and Mrs.Harold Luke returned OCALA, FLORIDA Luaber sad Bull(MagMaterial.
May w* yours Brush
last week from avi sit Hold Scotch 4SomeAt Firemen Fight For Your Home ." '
with relatives in Indiana and Furnishings .

Ohio.Mr. Plantation, Club We Carry A Complete Lifte Qur Prices Are Extra Low .'
and Mrs. Victor Hanson Inferno Save HousesVolunteers La 207 West Lincoln Street .
I BENNETT'SDRUG who spent the holidays with their Last Thursday, a perfect golf
BABY FURNITURE OCALA, FLORIDA
son in Atlanta Ga.returned last day thirty six contestants teed
of the Inverne two houses which were i n the
week. off for the season's first mixed CASH OR EASY TERMS Phonq MA 9Etooflll-
Fire Department moved in on a path of the raging inferno.
STORE Mr. and Mrs.Jeff Isabell have two ball foursome sponsored by rampant brush fire Thursday Deputy Louis Plelow calledthe
returned from a two week vacation Paradise Plantation Country afternoon with all available local department and informed -
w ill rA in Houston,Tex.where they Club Women.sGolfAssociatlon.Tournament equipment. Their efforts, plus firemen of the wild
PHONE 72627.3)It ) INVERNESS visited relatives over the holi- chairman Teri those others responding to the brush fireonSR 288,about three THIS SPACE AVAILABLE
Franklin social chairman Gib tAm p[ere Roofing Service j
days.Mrs. alarm and who were not firemen miles west of Dunnellon.
Evelyn Vest Mrs. Eva Goetz and co-hostess Bobbie resulted in the saving of The local department, later Can 724421 ReRoofiag and Repairiaj
Davis and their father. M r. Hahm combined their best efforts assisted in the battle by fire- Real dead al or Commercial
Shanefelt spent Christmas v e to make this a thoroughly men from the Dunnellon depart
and Christmas with Mrs.Vest'sson successful event. ment managed to control the inferno Built-Up Asphalt

Pays To Use Chronicle Want .AdsKEEP in and family,Dorman Thompson the Winners Callaway were handicap determined system.by OStlTAL and eventually quell it to .Asbestos clay Tile
Tampa. the point of preventing a possi- w
Mrs. Evelyn Vest had a visit Tied for first place with net 72 ble recurrence. .
from her two brothers whom she were partners Ben Franklin and A steady breeze helped whip Markm Hntiif

had not seen for four years. Ina Ward partners Dr. A. B. up the fire,presenting a serious AND ROOFING CO.OCALA
They were Mr. and Mrs. L.'E. Crites and Charlotte Cooper. Martha Counts Hernando threat to two dwellings in th e
MArion 2-4072
g Tied for second place with net Kathleen Coleman Hernando Phone:
Shanefelt and daughter and Mr. area. Firemen said flames were
and Mrs. M. D. Shanefelt and 72 1/2 were partners Fred Hin- William F.Kauffman.Dunnellon within inches of one building 508 N. Orange greet
son of Hartselle Ala. )kel and Teri Franklin--partners Oliver Nichols. Lady Lake when they arrived.
I Guests for the weekend at the Bill More and Marie.New- Myrtle Shinholster. Tampa Wild fires burned many acres TOYS BOOKS MODELS SEE US FOR
James Harmon were Mr. and ton. Third place winners were David Caulk Inverness of Citrus County fields and GAMES GYM SETS Ski I Tools
a Mrs. Hutchinson and Mr. and. Ed Newton and Bobbie H a h n Benjamin Perry, Homosassa woods on Thursday and Friday. WADING POOLS Plumbing
Mrs. W. S. Marsh of Hacken- with net 73. Low gross of 79 was Bertha Mae Croft InvernessJan Some were still destroying. JUVENILE FURNITURE Lumber
sack, N. J. turned in by sharpshooters Fred Oliver, Crystal River young timber in spot over the Free Gift Wrapping, Dtvoe Points
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bakerof Hinkel and Teri Franklin. Grace Bass Floral City weekend. One of the largest uncontrolled .Courteous Service. Member 'Berkley Pumas
Richfield Springs, N. Y. are Golf pro Phil Greenwald pre Doris Marie Green Inverness fires burned fordays Guidance Council Snoppln Turtle
guests of Mr.and Mrs..Ben Wel sented each winner with a certi Charles A. Allen Crystal River between Lecanto and Homosassa Toy Inc. .
'ficate of credit at the pro shop. Margaret Barnes Floral City Springs. Jack & Jill Lawn Mowers
sh.Mr. I *
and Mrs. J. P.Killett Jr. The tournament was followedby Wallace K. Dooley Inverness Hunters and others were urg- Atlas Air Power Mowers.
of Fountain Inn S. C. and Mr. cocktails and an excelle n t Carl Baughman,Lake Panasoffkee ed to use care when moving Toy Srtop Marlon t
HEAT IN and Mrs. RonSteubleofWeffer- fried chicken buffet catered by through brush and woods areas.
ville. Mich. have returned here the Green Tavern. Spontaneousand Edith Edge Crystal River This is the most hazardous time Pine Street Shopping Center HARDWARE CO. t
for the winter. delightful entertainmentwas Herbert D. Williams.Sr., C. R. of the year, due to freeze-killed Phone MA 2-4441 phone MA 2-3181 .
W1NTr. Mr. and Mrs Evons Prescottof provided by singers Sam Sybil M. Taylor Inglis vegetation fallen leaves and OCALA. FLORIDA 17 No Magnolia Ocala, Fla.
Mass. are guests here until and Andy Arena.Investment. Evelyn F. Bates, Inverness dried out brush.Caution was also -
the first of May. Henry E. Lyerla, Inverness urged in setting trash fires. Florida Railroad Commission
Albert Scragg, Crystal River Permit No. 31 Ocala LumberCo
Firm Sandia Sowards, Hernando
It pays to advertise. Lulu Ammerman Floral' City Mrs.C.E.CookWifeof LOCAL LONG Company, inc.

To Show Film Jean Adkins. Homosassa DISTANCE MOVING r
Chrystine Chappell, Hernando PastorDies93Mrs. ; Since 1928Collier'sTerminal You Build Better with Kits

- - - - ..". Benjamin A. Casto, Inverness Margaret Cook, wife of Dried Lumber
"The 'Lady and The Stock Edna F. Bahruth, Inverness the late Rev. C.E. Cook died line of
A
Tonight Exchange' is the title of a Harry E. Weber. Dunnellon Dec.'29 in Gainesville at the age complete

GET SET FOR WINTER... "and every night except movie to be shown in Inverness, Francis W.Williams Inverness of 93. The Rev.Mr.Cook died in Warehouse BUILDING BIRD ROOFING MATERIALS
Tuesdav"6PM12m Friday January 18. Sponsoredby Charlotte A. Earth. Center Hill 1947.
A.M. Kidder and Company William H. Culm, Lecanto The Chronicle was informed & Van Co.Cor. PRATT&LAMBERT PAINTS
I J of Ocala. the showing'w1l1 be Annie Hurst Lecanto of Mrs. Cook's death by Mrs. GYPSOM
I Z Marion Mercerback in the Florida Power Company Herschel (Rocky) Hensley. Inverness R.M. Spires of Hernando. Mrs. .- Osceola and Taylor 'St.
lounge beginning at 7:30 p.m spires stated that the late Mr. OCALA, FLORIDA 1214 N. ,Magnolia
at the organ far Intended to acquaint investorsand Woodrow Martin Holder Cook was pastor of the Metho- Office Phone MA 2-8377 Ocala, Fla.
a year's engagement. would-be investors in Mary Under. Crystal River dist Church circuit which con-
Dance to his band Sat- stocks and bonds the movieis John William Kress, InvernessAda sisted of all the Methodist chur-
urday nights the latest release of the New KohnopInverness ches in Citrus County. Local and LORI DIstMce Mivhf
York Stock Exchange.The Betty Lou Hutchinson. Homosa. The deceased died as a re-
AlsoFeRNANO interesting message regarding Edna E. Keeler Crystal River sult of injuries inflicted when
LACOSTEis family investments and Lillie Mae Barnes Crystal R. she fell at her home in Micar- Hill's Van Strvki
our fabulous new investors is presented in full Harry Jack Inverness ropy Mrs. Spires said. She issurvived
head Chef. You'll enjoy color and features such estab- Jesse Cook Inverness by her brother How-
I "Adventures in lished movie stars as: Janet ard C. Peace of Micarropy; TERMINAL Corner Hoge & N. Pine St. Highway'
Blair Eddie Bracken Everett
ADMISSIONS: Wing II several step-children andnum-
99912emocte Good Eating" (lunch Sloan and Jim Backus.Action of Mary Hollingsworth Inverness erous nieces and nephews. Ocala Florida
from $1.25 dinner the movie actually takes view-
I Idella Lockley. Crystal River
HOME PROTECTION from $1.85)Drinks ) ers to the floor of the busy Maeulla Jones Floral City WCTU MEETS TUESDAY TWO PHONES TO SERVE YOU: MA 3942 & MA 2-7129
The WCTU will meet next
at the Rogues New York Stock Exchange.
Betty Jo Nelson, Inverness
afternoon 2'30.
Tuesday at according -
Roost or Island cocktail ) According to William M. Maxine Turley, Dunnellon
Moore, of the Ocala investment to Mrs. T.C. Ellis.The
lounge from 75 PACKING STORAGE
$ organization will meet at the CRATING
firm staff, .if this movie gener- DISCHARGES: Wing /111
Hernando Methodist Church.
Plush Pvt ates sufficient interest in Cit- ....
rus county they Will'offer a Manuel S. Clark
S; ParadiseCrystal four-lesson course on Investingon Eugenia Gunn
consecutive week nights, Jan J. Oliver OFFICE
River each meeting lasting about one Doris Marie Green CONFERENCE-CLOSING

our. Bertha Mae Croft
Nancy Lyaons ---- - +t; r. t t

Gordon Charles Gibson Smih _

j Oliver Nichols c:1'i: ; __ 1
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Charles A.
Daniel C. Caulk _ _ _
hr' Jean Gibson

Carl Baughman
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Myrtle L. Shinholster


!rtII* Margaret Evelyn Kathleen Bates A.T.Coleman Barnes ,


y ourtUotkuxwiD D Sandra Robert William A.A.F.Sowards Gillooley Kauffman.


John H. St. Clair
f Harry E, Weber
Benjamin F. Perry
Henry E. Lyerla
Grace M. Bass
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r Edith EdgeHerschel

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i Maeulla JOnesBJR'rnS Established 1921 Phone 726-3431.

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on Idella 12-28-62 and Robert Lockley,h boy Margaret C. Romine, Secretary Executive Vice Presf4e

Coll HU 9-2400 ) 111I Maeulla and Oscar Jones a girlon Exclusive Agent in Citrus County, Florida, for Title

1-5-63 & Trust.Company of Florida, of Jacksonville, Florida
Prompt Betty and AMn Nelson,a girl on
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St.BOWLES and TITLE I NSURANCE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
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LUMBER CO. Golda S. Haaitje
C0 Sophia Tanke Member American Tide A odotbn Florida TItle Asseel.HeiiL
Lulu Ammerman
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ings and Loan Association of :
: -T =i1 Leesburg Increased by$2,314205 ,- ... ;Ofqa
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b( ...destined to become one of the Hernando community's greatest assets... --staff photo $23,445,706 at year's end the ... .",
} institution announced this week.J. ,."

:''y VFW Post Home In Hernando First. K.Federal Mizell, president said that the new oJ >

I mark represents a gain of over z
t 10 percent from assets reportedat sAb.
Will Be Pride Of '
CommunityMembers the end of 1961. :
According to the institution's Ip I !:-? ; . -

of the LeRoy Rooks Root's Reas Estate office, and and Basil May Jr., sanitation 1962 annual report net savings
Jr. Post 4252 Veterans of For- the old Hickory Lodge. About officer for Levi County. gains recorded during the year tf'y
eign Wars and Auxiliary are three years ago the members The YFW post was namedin totaled $2,234,222, bringing total -
basking in the satisfaction of begin giving serious attention to honor and memory of LeRoy savings held by the associa- r :' + ,,.
knowing thatafterseveralyearsof plans for building their own post Rooks Jr., a Hernando tion to an all-time high of it '
planning and working, their home. school teacher who entered mil- $20,838,551.The .
new post home is about to be TWO members of the post itary service in Worl d War association also reported
completed.The actually donated property for II and who was later killed in record dividend payments o f
new building, located on the purpose of building a new action in the European theatreof $823,002 based on a dividendrate
Highway 200, just north of Her- post home.They were Carl Cop operations. of 4-1/4 percent. The institution -
nando was officially opened pedge, Hernando postmaster had increased the divi- E
with a large turnout for the dend rate on savings accounts .
New Year's Eve celebration. Fire earlier in 1962. ; '
Dept. ReportMembers *
Those packing into the structure The annual report also revealed .,, -: .
liked what they saw and were
gratified that the building is so of the Invernes best wishes for aspeedyrecovery. that the associa t ion' s .
Volunteer Fire Department held .
near completion. mortgage lending volume rose 7sl
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Although there is yet some their first meeting of 19631 a s t A donation was received from to a record $3,937.836 in 1962a
work to be done Inside,and out,. Thursday night with president Eden Gardens community for substantial increase over th e '
for all practical purposes the Lewis Youngblood and Chief the VFD's newbuilding.The donation volume of the previous year. fx
LeRoy Rooks Jr.VFW and Auxi- Gordon Tyner presiding.How- was sent in by Mrs.C.A. "The stronger mortgage
ard A. Bell is recording secre- Parks, president.In .
liary building Is finally up. And lending activities of our asso-
r despite the fact that work was tary.New other action,Jack Rahn was ciation, and for the savings and -
begun on It over two years ago, members accepted into appointed chairman of the memorial loan business as a whole, in the
.<'< about 50 per cent of the construction the organization included Ron- committee. President face of a relatively modest national -
was realized during nie Grumbling and E. Van An Youngblood demonstrateda demand for housing,indicates -
the last half of this past year. derson. walkie-talkie which is needed by that our associations are -Y
'. Funds to raise the, building Members voted to send Fran- the department.It steadily reinforcing their lead- 31-
cis f'Cowboy') Williams a 'get was pointed out that the local "
from
came various activities ership In this flIed; M i z e 11
sponsored by the VFW and Aux well card, along with sincere fire department has been

iliary. There were dances,barbecues : credited with saving two houses said.He forecast slight increaseIn

fish frys, suppers, etc. Retired EmployeesTo I from destruction by a rampant housing and mortgage lending r
Also, there were .several pri- brush fire on Jan. 3.The station activities during the coming
Meet Here Monday received a call from Deputy
vate donations which helped year.
Louis Pielow asking firemen to'quell
considerable.The r
With New OfficersThe brush blaze 288.
a on Route
new structure, covering
3,000 The next business meeting for Septic Tank Cleaning
square feet Is destinedto Hernando-Citrus Chapter -
be an asset to the Hernando No.. 776, Retired Federal the department will be Feb. 7. Fees Said Exorbitant
Fire will be held
practice on ;
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Plans Wes.-
community. are to open Employees, will meet Monday at ------ -- -
the building to chaperoned dan- 12:30 In the Florida Power Thursday, Jan. 17, at 6:30 p.m. Residents Are WarnedArea colorful old Willis home in downtown Crystal River has caught the eye of tourists along Highway 19 for more than half a century
ces, parties and programs for Lounge here, with the new -staff photo
the youth of the community. president, Thomas Haught pre- Mrs. Ammerman residents seeking t o
Facilities will Uso available siding. A covered dish luncheon ,., havetheir. septic; tanks cleaned
to various clubs and organiza- will preceed the meeting wit h Buried SundayThe were cautioned this week about"Old Dwelling On Highway 19 Investments Class -
tions that with to meet there... Mrs. George Shultz in charge.At some of the fees being chargedfor
and not necessarily Just to Her- the last meeting, early i n funeral for Mrs. Lula this work. . fees which were Stated 3 Evenings
nando groups. December, the following new officers Wilson Ammerman,75,of Flor- called 'exorbitant and unreas-
There are complete kitchen were installed by Mrs. al City, was held Sunday after onable." Must Bow To Town's ProgressOne In School LibraryAn

as well as restroom facilities, Phoebe Legletner. 5th district noon in the chapel of Porter Dick Welch: president of the investments class will be
and plenty of space for meet leader: Thomas Haught, presi- Funeral Home. The Rev. Henry Citrus County Chamber of Com- of the joys of the new sister. He was a contractor and veritable fairyland as though by held in the library at Citrus High
Ings, programs, dances, etc.' dent;.Anthony Farnese, first Wolfe, Floral City Methodist merce, read a note to directors year is looking back into the builder, and the house has been the magic of Kriss Kringle. School on three evenings duringthe
t The LeRoy Rooks VFW was vice president; Bert Schaffer Church officiated. Burial was Monday concerning excess e past as well as Into the future, used as a guest house and home But with the coming of progress month of January it was an-
formed back in 1957 with 15 second vice president; George in the Hills of Mausoleum, fees being charged by a cleaning says Miss Laura Zimmerman for many years. many historic old homes nounced this week by Principal
charter members Last year Schultz, secretary-treasurer; Floral City. firm represented only asC. who reports on the old home of Moving to St. Petersburgabout and other colorful structures Delmar Monthomery. The public -
there were 75. The Auxiliary, Roman Sellerole sergeant a t Mrs. Ammerman was a native Greenwood of Sebring. The Miss Bonnie Willis in Crystal 50 years ago the Good- must take their places with is cordially invited.
headed presently by Mrs. Mil arms: and Mrs. W.Gett i n g s, of Philadelphia. Pa.,who livedin letter came from J u d g e O. River. breads sold the place to Mrs. many delightful memories of Harry A.Morris Jr, account
dred Smith, has 36 members-- chaplain.A St. Petersburg for seven Frank Scofield's office. With progress racing through Mary L. Willis, widow of Char- bygone days. Thus the Willis executIve| for Merrill Lynch
or 100 percent. First commander Christmas party was held at years before moving to Floral To substantiate the charge of Florida It has entered Crystal les Capers Willis, parents of home in Crystal River may soon Pierce, Fenner&Smith, Inc informed -
of the post was Bobby Rob- the last meeting with 49 mem- City three years ago.She passed "exobitant". it was stated thata 'River at a continuous rate of Miss Bonnie Willis. It has con- become a thing of the past although that the investments
erts. He was succeeded In 1958 bers attending. The decorations away Thursday, Jan. 3, at the Floral City resident was char speed says Miss Zimmerman. tinued to be a guest house thro- not soon to be forgotten. class will deal with such sub-
by Norman Rollins, and he by were furnished by Mr.and Mrs. Citrus Memorial Hospital. ged $307 for one septic tank job.A For some time there have ugh all these years having a jects as: common and preferred
Leo Root who served as commander Schultz. Among the survivors are her fee of around $25 was cited as been rumors about widening the record of only one death within NovemberFuelSlls stock, and bonds and the rightsof

; for _the_ .two_ years of Helene O. Hamby. publicity husband, Charles R. Ammer- a reasonable charge. main thoroughfare--U.S. 19-- it, that of Mrs. Willis. owners of each; security 1 n-
1959-60. In 1961 Herrick King chairman for the chapter, stated man of Flora City; two daugh- through Crystal River. Should The structure is presentlythe The reported sales of vestment aims; overtbecounter -
was elected commander of'the, that the chapter has grown rap- ters, Mrs. Betty Willett of De- CWC To Meet TonightThe this be accomplised there wil home and off ice of Miss Willis oline and kerosene by C 11 gas-r market; functions of a broker -
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In the and retired troit Mich. and Women's Club of Our be a number of business placesand who has maintained a pub-
post, and Vance Watson Is serv- Idly past year Mrs.NormanE. County during the month of November ; methods of investing; taxes
ing as current commander. federal employees and their Patrick of Takoma Park, Lady of Fatima Catholic Church homes which will necessarily lic legal service for the past as released by the Department as they apply to the investor; and
When the organization was wives "should inquire about Md.; one brother, Vern C. Wil- will hold their monthly meet- give way to progress.One 20 years. of Agriculture Audit- additional subjects as requested
first established VFW mem- their eligibility In joining the son of Floral City; and one sister Ing tonight In the Florida Power of these is the old home Fashioned in the style of the ing Division shows that 440,856 by the class.Sessions .
bers met In such places as group for their enjoyment and Mrs. Grace Rolfe, Kokomo, Lounge at 8 o'clock. All which stands on the south side Gay Nineties,the house projects gallons of gasoline and 46,313 will be held, begin
Harold Roberts' restaurant, benefit." Ind. members are urged to attends of the highway In the heart of balconies and beautifully finish gallons of kerosene were sold in ning at 7:30 p.m.,on January 10,
Crystal River. It is occupied by ed interior woodwork. In the this that 17, and 24.
Miss Bonnie Willis. It is a summer and fall seasons it is county during particular
landmark since the turn of this festooned with luxuriant coral month. 'Mrs. Roger D. Ericson and
century. vines and clematis as shownin children, who have been visit-
The dwelling was built by the accompanying picture. At Be Informed ing the George Scofields, have
Adam S.Goodbread who was the the Christmas season the hold Chronlclel returned home to Arlington
husband of Miss Willis' half structure is converted Into a Read The Heights IlL


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NEW OFFICERS OF FLORAL CITY MASONIC LODGE NO. 133 .for deacon Glenn Eady, worshipful master E. H. Higginbotham
NEW OFFICERS OF CITRUS MASONIC L.ODGENO.118who are Brown Dumas Jr., junior deacon; Charles Dean Jr.junior stew- are pictured above just before being Installed Thursday night by secretary; Howard Mae,junior steward and C l lint on Hudson j
shown above Immediately following Installation ceremonies Sat- ard; and Cecil Berry, senior warden. Absent for the installationwere E. H. HIgginbotham district deputy grand master Bob Ed so n, senior steward. A number of Masons from the lodges at Invernessand i
urday night, are as follows: Front row,left to right Franklin R. Rollle Budd. senior steward; and Carey Baxley treasurer. lodge chaplain was not present for the ceremonies. The new officers Bushnell. as well at other visitors, were present for the Installation. f
Kendrick, chaplain; S. R. Stephan secretary; Rene T,1 ley, A, social hour, with coffee and sandwiches, was enjoyed by the are left to right(front row):Troy Thacker, senior deacon; Refrefthmeats were served at! erv-ardstn Ladies of the
worshipful} master;Vine! ewls.Junior warden;John Bennett Winn local Masons and their guests prior to the ceremonies. Bill Doty, senior warden; Clyde Peters, treasurer; Burl)Wailer Eastern Star. ,
III, senior, deacon; back row left to right--John Cathcart. tiler; '-raff! photo junior warden; and J.T.Love,tiler;(back row) Dale Walter, jun- -It aft photo






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Published every Thursday by the Citrus County Five Years AgO Corporation.G. TOP QI\XN
Publishing Co. at 107 N. Apopka St., Inverness, Headlines $500,000 Golf M. Cleghon and Mrs. Bell
Florida. Established in 1890. Entered as second Course Completed; County Folkto Land, elected to the Crystal
Preview Sunday; aradise River City Council last mon t h
class mail at the office at Inverness Florida.
post
'Country Club Plans An E a r 1 y took their seats at Monday Seed Potatoes
HERMAN W. GOLDNER, President Opening. night's meeting. Mrs. John H.
ROBERT L. CHAMBERLAIN,Publisher The Board of County Commissioners Williams was re-elected presi-
BOB G. TANNEHILL, News Editor has re-elected dent of the council.
RUSSELL FORD, AdvertisingSCY Clyde Byrd chairman and Har-' The Rev.: .1. B. Kelly has been Shipment Just IH
HIBBARD JR., Production Supt. ley Levins vice chairman.CecilG. elected president of the Citrus
T Berry of Ocala,was appro County Ministerial Assn.
Subscriptions $3.50 a year in Citrus,Marion, : by the board as county engineer The first official act of B. R. ALLEN'S HARDWARE
Hernando. Levy and Sumter counties, 6 months replacing J. R. Moorhead Jr. Quinn as he took office as Sheriff
$2.25. Elsewhere In U.S. $4.50 a year, 6 months The Board of Public Instruction -. Tuesday was to put a crew of
3.00; $5.50 a yearinCanad .Subscrlptlons has re-appointed Louis Con- men to work cutting the high IH 31k, North of Court House .hv.! ......
mailed outside Florida part of the year take the FLORIDA HAS 17 MAJOR SPRINGS . nell as board chairman and Clifford weeds and cleaning up about the
Harman as vice chairman. county jail.Obituaryr.
$4.50 rate. MORE THAN ANY OTHER STATE AND AMONG THE BIGGEST
Obituary: Mrs. Hess Bob it t John Edgar( obe) ,
When address is changed, send the Chronicleboth IN THE WORLD. IT ALSO HAS 49 SECOND MAGNITUDE Jones wife of Benj.%V.J ones Johnston 77, resident of Inver-
your old and your new addresses. New address SPRINGS AND, IN ALL MORE THAN 100 NAMED SPRINGS IN (founder of Economy Su per ness 44 years. I
alone Is net sufficUn 46 OF THE STATE'S 67 COUNTIES. Markets in Central Florida); a Deposits in the Bank of Inverness I
COUNTYWIDEDIRECTORYLOANS ,
native of Moravian Falls 1\. C. reached anall-timehighof .
THE CHRONICLE, Is a member Another. Underground Citrus Lodge No. 118 F&AM 2541695.11 in December a s
Florida Press Association @ has installed its new officers, compared with $2,110,362.77 a
Citrus County Chamber of Commerce Resource.:.. including James Edward G 1 a s year ago. Up To $600. Nuylor I Hall
Crystal River Chamber of CommerceCandidates IS A VARIETY OF IMPORTANT co, worshipful master. The city council took another
IJo"J MINERALS. AMONG THEM ARE THE Major C..D. Woodward of step Monday night toward co 1- LOAN ON -
= "RARE EARTHS" USED WIDELY Crystal River had the w ate r lection of $17,500 in delinquentreal AUTO, FURNITURE, Fill DirtCeNtrsctefis
blown out from under his 40-foot estate taxes extending backto SIGNATURE."Let ,I
tt4 IN NUCLEAR OPERATIONS, AND
For cruiser last week leaving him the 1930's.J. .
City PHOSPHATE ROCK WHICH HELPS '
and others H. will
two aground in the McClung open a new Us
You Solve
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GROW CROPS FOR MANY NATIONS. '"" mud 15 miles off shore npal- hardware and building supply Help
achee Bay.Citrus store on S. Apopka Ave. across Your Money Problems"Crystal
OfficeWho and Why? High's Hurricanes defeated from City Hall Saturday.An River Ph. 726 .. 1194
Gulf High 42-35. ordinance that pro h i bits :
Ph. 726-- 3625Inverness
With the announcement this week by Dorland Van Dusen that he The cold wave that citrus tampering with city water Finance Corp.
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::- is a candidate for City Council, and the first one to make his growers had feared began meters city water pipes mains
candidacy known we would remind that municipal elections are moving in on Citrus County and connections was passed by HWY. 19
Tuesday and early today and City Council Tuesday night.A Next to Florida PD"erInsurance
less than a month away.This wll be an important election as will
as an interesting one. We would urge that you who are qualified to had driven the tempera u r e Junior Chamber of Co m-
vote start now to consider each candidate.Consider his attitudesand g8y down to 23 degrees on the thermometer merce for Citrus County was
capabilities. Determine why desires to be a member of the at City Hall. Light assured by action taken last IliWiltMltlrials
City Council. .' :;,.;;: snow fell in several parts of the night at an enthusiastic meeting Fire Storm Auto
.,- We have heard that a number of persons will seek places around The. : -:;.. <. county yesterday, the first ever which was attended by an over- LiabilityR.
the City Council table this election.We' have also heard that several . -.-.:-, seen by many. residents of this flow crowd in the court ho use O. JONES and
persons have their eyes on the office of Mayor. This is good area. commission room. BARNEY A. REEVES
We are pleased that so many Persons are interested in good gov- Jr(a .e City Council took steps Mon- When Frank Morris woundup
ernment. We sincerely hope that their primary purpose for seek- y day night that may lead to the his second term as sheriff
ing election to these important posts is to serve the residents of purchase of a' new City fire Monday he left a balance of$14- West Coast
tannehill
our city to the aim of better government.To by bob truck. A bill passed at the last 655.93 in the fine and forfeiturefund. Electrical Supplies
our knowledge. Councilman M.C.Sqofieldisthe only mem- session of the Legislature would It was his recollection that Insurers Lumber PaintRoofing
ber of the present ruling body making a visable effort to seek re- If we might add our "what's in a name bit" this week we discovered permit the county commissioners there was about $1.500 in the Materials
election. The other four Council members are currently involvedIn on a recent trip to Miami that there is a Rusty Plumbing to help bear the expenses of fund when he first took office Crystal River, Fla
a recall, stirred up early in the year. There are rumors that Company there, and that the South Miami law firm Ruff & Ready fire fighting equipment in Inver- eight years ago. Phone 795-2787 Plumbers' Supplies
two of the councilmen.president Fred Hair and Helmar Pospiech has added a third partner, Quarles. ness and Crystal River. The rustic, hiltop dining Tile Saws
will not run for re-election. An our understanding is that Mayor * * Personals: Friends of Allen room overlooking Rainbow Builders' Hardware '
Rollie Figgins does not choose to make the race this time. There would seem to be more than meets the eye as far as Knowles son of Mr. and Mrs. Springs was destroyed by fire on Appliances
The Chronicle is pleased to announce the candidacy of each person property around Cooter Pond is concerned. Too many people reluctant Hugh Knowles of Floral City New Year's Eve at an estimated Admiral and Kelvinator Everything in Building.
who sincerely desires a political office with good intentionsIn to talk about it, and nobody apparantly knowing who owns were delighted to see his television loss of 35000. Washers DryersTV Materials
mind. However, this does not mean that we necessarily support this land. Well, we don't care who owns it--and neither should the performance 0 nth e A sober citizen, who prefersto Stereo & Hi-Fi
any particular candidate. We are convinced that not enough peopleare City and County--we're just interested in seeing that somebody Chevrolet Musical Variety Show remain anonymous reports See us for CompleteHome
genuinely interested in their city county state and national cleans it off and makes it look presentable passing motorists. Sunday night.Allen was featured: seeing what appeared to be a silvery Furnishings
government to the point where they will make an effort to person- This is one of the few lake areas to be seen by tourists along this in a dance with Shirley Mac- ball motionless in the sky Crystal River IviMtr'sSvppfy
ally do something about it.And we admire any man or woman who part of U.S.41.Their impression of Inverness just might be gaug- Laine. On Saturday nights, high over Crystal River Monday Phone 795-2489
will seek political office--with a sincere interest in better'gov- ed by what they see in and around town. You can bet your bottom Allen may: also be seen on t b e evening. Our informant, who
ernment. dollar Cooter Pond is no drawing card.It's a shame and disgrace Polly Bergen program. served in the Air Force at onetime SkinnersFurniture Co.
Certainly there are those who do not have the welfare of the and whoever owns property around it should feel some sense of Dr. Henry H. Heerschap has thought the object might
people at heart when they seek political office. For this reason, responsibility and obligation. . if,they are any kind of citizens I accepted a call as pastor of the have been at an altitude of about
we must closely consider each candidate. What are his motives? sss. First Presbyterian Church o f 18,000 feet.
Is he sincerely interested in us.as citizens or is he soley inter- We met some very nice people at the Floral City and Citrus Cyrstal.River. John Roscow,local realtor, 15 Stores Ga., Ala. & Fla. CRYSTAl. RIVER, FLA.WftdStpHc .
, ested in himself? Is it better government that he wishes, or purer Masonic lodge meetings last week but were surprised more per- A. E. Holder has leased the was honored at a meeting of the Sandran Floor CoveringsWoodward .' .. ,
ly vengence? There are reasons why any person seeks a political sons.didn't turn out.In our opinion no finer men exist as a whole Regent Theatre and will manageit Florida.Association of Realtorsat )
office. And in the case of Inverness' City Council. ,'these reasons than Masons. .interested active Masons.That's why we enjoyedour in the place of Mrs.Yeomans. Orlando, Saturday.
should be clearly understood. association with these two lodge groups.They are the finest. Obituary: Ralph Earling Hal- Births: a son, David Ray, to Realty,
There has been much bickering and backbiting within and with- sssss vorsen 66; native of Norway and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kinsey; a

out the City Council" during the year just ended. Actually, accord- And while we're passing out bouquets we certainly have to put resident of Yankeetown 14 son to Pfc. andMrs.GlennellC.Black On U. S. Route 19 Tmk Co.
ing to newspaper files, there have beenbutfew years when some in a plug for Port Paradise Hotel in Crystal River. We were taken years. of Floral City.
heated argument wasn't going strong. Some people claim this i s on a tour of this luxurious west coast resort facility one eve- Obituary: Roger Gano Young Obituary: Alfred Fichtner, CRYSTAL' RIVER
necessary for good government. To a point perhaps but in our ning last week and were amazed to see what it now offers. 60, of Gospel Island; native o f 77, resident of Inverness four HOMES LOTSACREAGE Pumping Service & Repairs
way of thinking this point has long been reached. And if we who Of course. Port Paradise,is open to the general public, and many Providence, R. I. years; native of Utica N.Y.
live here are too blind to see this,perhaps we should lend an ear persons from over the county are beginning to discover that they Obituary: William Wiley Obituary: Mrs. Gustof E. Lintels Sills
to "outsiders" who ridicule our inability to live in harmony. don't have to go elsewhere to bask in luxury. The food is delicious Locklear 49,resident of Homo- Johnson 80, of Inverness. Buy and Sell .
Yes municipal elections are just around the corner.Now is the . and reasonable. The facilities are marvelous.The atmos- sassa for 44 years. Births: a son, William Rodney With Confidence Precast Steps
time for qualified voters to consider those who have been in office phere unbeatable.Many changes have been made at Port.Paradise, Ten Years Ago to Mr. and Mrs. Harley Business Phase 726-1191
and those.yho.seek to obtain office,Now is the time for those who which are reflected in the food,dining areas recreation and other The newly-organized Town Levins on Jan. 2. DONALD J. McBRllJE Home Phoae 726J'2942
honestly consider themselves capable to ask the citizenry to sup- accommodations. We were more than delighted with what we were Council of Crystal River post- Reg. Real Estate Broker
port them for better government.As is too often the case those told by Don Maddox one of the amicable officials of Port Para- poned actio: indefinitely onthe Why gamble with the benzine Phone 795-2652 Route 1 South, Inverness
who complain the loudest are those who would not run for office dise. We buggy? You seldom get a second
are certainly pleased that such a fabulous place is a part proposed 30-year f ranch! s e
themselves, and who don't even bother to vote at election time. of the many things being'offered in Citrus County. submitted by Florida Power chance there.
Now is the time to decide whether or not you are satisfied with sssss

Inverness City Council. Election is the time make those deci- Some interest already being shown in the upcoming municipal
sions--not just anytime during the year that a"recall bug" bites. elections. Which reminds us of the two familiar cars parked in a
Now Is the time to stand upandbe counted. Personality differ- conspicious place in town Sunday. Political heads
getting together?
ences have no fair place in elections.Either a man is qualified or We'4 bet on it. Well,two heads better
are than one, 'tis said. And Mix Concrete
he isn't. Either he's honest or he isn't. Either he has done his in this case brother we're sure of itl CARROLL Ready
level best or he hasn't.Andeitherhehas the welfare of the com- sssssBy
munity at heart or he hungers for publicity. This is the time to the way our attention was called to an article in Sunday's
give thought tb the City Council--the members on it and tho s e Tampa Tribune, and written by Bill Blalock, our good friend and
wanting on it.'Freedom. bureau chief here, The item concerned some plausible revisions
i of the city charter, particularly dealing with the city council. And Ready-Mix Concrete, Inc.
while we have advocated this change to a mayor-council form Qf
Academy'Need government we would quote one paragraph from our fellow coh-
ort: "It would appear that a charter revision to make the mayor 16 Years Experience
also chairman of the city council with the right to vote only i n
i case of tie,and the elimination of one of the council posts to make
Gets UrgentPeter this possible would serve to, 'streamline' the city hall operation, 14 TRUCKS
and at the same time effect a modicum of economy. This switch
Edson's comments in Sunday newspapers concerning the would mean there would be only five councilmen--including the
1 long proposed "U.S. Freedom Academy" reminds this editorial mayor--instead of the present five councilmen and a mayor." Finest Quality Fairest Prices
writer that we have been advocating such an institution for a nub-' . . .
ber of years. Apparently, others have taken up the fight to see We agree that the post of mayor is largely a "figurehead" office ;
that this school in foreign policy training becomes a reality beforeour as Blalock says. We have seen the mayor-council type of
relationships abroad become worse. government in other cities and worked out very well. We believe
In case you aren't acquainted with the"U.S.Freedom A cad e- there is merit in such a revision and we hope that some serious 3 Plants serve
my", it would be sort of a counterpart to the Russian politic 1 thought will be given to this in,the near future. You
warfare schools. In short,it would train government officials howto .s *
fight the cold war and win it. The idea is to train persona e 1 Parting on a humorous note,did you read the Associated Press f
from all government departments in the conduct of foreign pllicy. item about the fire chief who warns there is hidden danger in fl ii
Certainly this nation or ours has needed such a training school. for padded<: brassieres .that they can cause fires?If we gave his explanation INVERNESS 726-1071 $
many, many decades. it would play havoc with your imagination. It's more fun WHIGEXCAYATWC $1
In too many cases today, those who are sent abroad to repre- this way.
sent our government have had precious little training in foreign CRYSTAL RIVER 795-2621
policy matters. They have had even less training in matters which New Peach FloridawonProduced
directly affect the nation to which they are being sent. In most .
DUNNELLON milter! 924314' / 4
instances, our diplomats are not capable of speaking the language
.of the people they are to be living and dealing with for months and and recommended by-
years at a time. They know little if any, about the history of the SAND /V I I.otlm
'country. Their knowledge of basic problems to be dealt with is FLORIDA EXPERIMENT STATIONAt V (J
practically nil. o ROCK IIILHZIIII
On the other hand, diplomatic figures carefully screened and Last
sent to the United States are well versed in the English language ASlIlAlT PAYI1I6/
the history of this nation, and our social and economic customs A Delicious Peach Can Be Raised In Florida. e .PRAtT

and problems. They know, in many instances, more about the CEMENTff4'
United States before they ever arrive in our country than do our Landscape Nursery .-UMEKOCtf- CONCRETE -
foreign spolesmen long after they arrive in overseas lands. This :
should not be.This cannot continue if the United States ever hopes COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL
U.S. 41 No. & State 44 RJESiDCMTIAL
to better solve the problems which face other nations. .and Hwy. Hwy. East r- ,
which Involve our own country.As /7: 22 # PLANT MIX ASPHALT HOT OR COLD

Edson put it, reflecting from a leaf taken from the book of DRIVEWAYS HIGHWAYS
Peace Corps Director Sargent Shriver and concerning the proposed PARKING AREAS
new national academy: "Perhaps the way to learn to be a good Inverness Roofing
diplomat is to go get the feet wet and the hands calloused by association -
with the common people of the underdeveloped countriesof r I
the world, instead of trying to learn how to combat communism No Job Too Large Or Too Small
in a lecture room or out of a book.
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Payneat 5%
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Up To 5 Years To Pay.
CONTRACIINGCARROLLflt CO. INC.
We are pleased to report that at long last the official weather Specialists II! All Types Of Bootleg ,
recording device for the city has been repaired.No longer will we -
be able to "deceive" our Northern readers about winter temper- Inverness Crystal River DwMN#
atures here. .as we have been accused.Anyway,who needs offi- Phone .726-1591 4. IL -
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DECEMBER 4, 1962 20727 20811 proceeded with its business. (Laura Strickland. Louie
regular meeting Road & Bridge Fund: The Map of Plat of Greer's Carter. Margaret Brlmmage)
The Board of County C o m- R81-R122 Point Unit #1 was presented t o Motion seconded by Commissioner -
mIssIoners of Citrus County 15871 15942 the Board. This map of plat was Spooner motion carried
JCLJIbr Florida met in regular sessionon Fine & Forfeiture Fund: approved by the Cour 5/igioe-. .. unanimously.
the above date. R9 F 12 er & Attorney. r :: z Motion by Commissioner Le-
Present: Clyde Byrd Chairman 2241 2247 Motion by Commissioner ins to approve the minutes a s
Harley Levins Vice Relief: Spooner that the map of plat of read. Motion seconded by Commissioner -
Chairman Fred E. Spoo n e r, Kings Market $5.00 Greer's Point Unit#1 be approved Spooner,motion car
i SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION James E. Rooks. Jr., Robert N. (Margie Shanklin) and accepted.Motion seconded ried.Motion
Gilstrap. Turners Grocery 20.00 by Commissioner Rooks, to adjourn by Com -
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402. Clerk: Francis W. Williams (Faye Owens) motion carried. missioner Gilstrap un I e s s
Attorney: Don Bradshaw Bennetts Rexall 9.60 Mr. Norvell Bryant appeared otherwise called together by the
Sheriff: R.G. Holden. Deputy (Mrs. M. Barnes) before the Board concerning a Chairman. Motion seconded by
The Chairman called the I.G.A. Foodliner 15.00 street on the north boundary of Commissioner Levine, moti o n
.4 meeting to order and the Board (Alfred Clark & Betty Ellis) Sanders Addition in Htrnando. carried.SptrfsMM's.
proceeded with its business. Winn's Rexall Drugs 63.65 which is the street next to the
I ;; I IM Mr. Wendell Spivey appeared (Bud Priest M. Os tee n. P. V.F.W. in Hernando.Mr. Bryant ItwlStwidfeff
COMPARATIVE before the Boardandaskedpermission Hamilton. B. Blanton) stated if the County would close
to move a county fence Whites Funeral Home 262.00 4 feet of the street all the way t
off his property near the fair (Joe P. Blair N. Robinson & through he would not start liti-

grounds. Permission was Georgie Williams). .gation. TRI COUNTY
granted by the Board. Cooks Pharmacy 15.35 Motion by Commissioner
i Mr. Bill Brittle spoke to the (Bessie Carter) Levins to approve the Bond o f Won Lost
STATEMENT Board in reference to dedicatinga Drs. Osterhout &Brown 4.00M. Murray W. Bennett as memberof Dunkel Court 4 0
-. canal in his subdivision to the ( Barnes) Board of Commissioners o f Cooks 4 0'
;> County and what proceedure was S.R. Miller Jr., M.D. 67.00N. the Citrus County Anti-Mosquf- Pharmacy
f
3 1'
R & H Renes
.. necessary.. ( Robinson M. Brimmage.L.
t to District with Travelers I n- Ossenfort Builders 2 2
_. .." Motion by Commissioner Strickland L. Smith) demnity Company of Hartford Little John Tile 2 2
IL ....-.J.. .. .. .. ':)".r Spooner to approve the minutesof C. K. Sutton 24.00 Connecticut in the amount of Sportsman's Bowl 2 2
OF '. ..'.. November 20. 1962 as read by Amos Bealyer 12.00 200000. Motion seconded by Builders Supply. 1 3 f
.i . the Clerk. Motion seconded by James H. Denning M.D. 42.00 Commissioner Gilstrap.motion Concrete Products 0 4
Commissioner Gilstrap motion (Ethel Hopson) carried. Shims Electric 0 4
carried. Weaver Taxi Servicem 15.00 Motion by Commissioner
HiGH TEAM SERIES
'i Motion by Commissioner (Margaret Brim mag e. Laura Spooner to approve the Bond of R & H Renes 2620
i vins to approve all vouchers and Strickland) Clyde Byrd as member of the Ossenfort Bkig. 2498
.: CONDITION : issue in' Motion seconded by Commis-
; : warrants payment Citrus County Board of County Dunkel Court 2449
: : thereof: sioner Rooks motion carri e d Commissioners in th .amount of HIGH TEAM GAMER
General Fund: unanimously. 2000.000 with Travelers Indemnity -
( .., & H Renes 959
E82-E125 Motion by Commissioner-
Company of Hartford
Little John Tile 920
strap to adjourn unless other- Connecticut. Motion secondedby Ossenfort BWf. 878
: S 1962'I HIGHLANDS wise called together by the Commissioner Gilstrap motion HIGH IND. SERIES
DECEMBER 31, 1961 and Chairman. Motion seconded by carried. Ick Hackmack 596

S ' .- FAITH CHAPEL Commissioner Rooks motion Motion by Commissioner Frank Me Kee 578
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carried.
I vins to payover-remitta nee Carl Buzby 577
f . DECEMBER 18, 1962 bill to the sheriff in the amount HIGH IND. CAME .
.; .,1.: Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. REGULAR MEETINGThe of $188.70. Motion seconded by Ick Hackmack 253
t Board of County Commissioners Commissioner Rooks Motion
Prayer Singing Study E. Jones 244
; Chartered in 1934 .: Citrus County, carried. Howard Price 214
.... SUNDAY SERVICES Florida met in regular sessionon Excess Fees turned backto
,r Church School..10:00: a.m. the above date. the County by the Judge in the a-

t :' Worship......... 11:00 a.m. Present, Harley: Clyde Levins Byrd Chairman Vice- Audit.mount of $471.38 as per State PIN BUSTERS LEAGUE Won Lost

S Evang. 'Servi ce..7:30 p. m. Chairman Robert Gilstrap, List of Errors certificates Dampier's Mannequins 48 20
James E. Rooks,Jr.,F r e d E. from #58 to 77 inclusive was Acme Hardware 43 25
JAY & ELSIE PRENTISS
1' 2ti Spooner. presented to the Board by the I.G.A. Foodliner 43 25
1 Pastors Clerk: Francis W. Williams Tax Assessor approved. Metz Home Bulklers40 28
? Phone 726-8683 Attorney: Don Bradshaw Motion by Commissioner Johnston's Fill Dirt 37/2 30/2 .
4'S1SilP Sheriff: R.G. Holden Deputy vins to approve vouchers and Winn's Pharmacy 35/2 32/2
for Sick Time
Prayer Any
The Chairman called the issue
warrants in payment Bowles Lumber Co. 34 34
ASSETS Cordial Welcome to You! meeting to order and the Board thereof: Floral City Cash Groc. 30 38

General Fund: Weeds Honey Dippers 26 42

.' DECEMBER 31 INCREASE E126-E142 Sweat's 25 43
20812 20826 Dunkel Court 24 44
1961.- 1962 (DECREASE) YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND Road & Bridge Fund: Coffee Kettle 22 46

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First Mortgage Loans ......??......_..._... $12,362,149.86 $15,482,796.96 $3,120,647.10 r. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES 15943 15985 Metz Home Builders 2292
Share Loans ...>.?................??...........??.?.? 76,098.94 55,995.00 ((20,103.94)) SUNDAY LESSOH-SERMON SUBJECT Fine & Forfeiture Fund: Johnston's Fill Dirt 2258
Federal Horn Loan Bank Stock ........ 205,000.00 205,000.000-- F 14 Acme Hardware 2180
k Cash On Hand and In Banks ...........?... 794,465.03 1,325,305.59 530,840.56 Sacrament 2243 HIGH TEAM GAME
U.S. Government Obligations ........??_ 1,065,393.34 555,323.73 ((510,069,61)) Relief: Johnston's Fill Dirt 817
Florida Development Corp. Stock .. 1,000.00 1000,000 SCIENCE SOCIETY Drs. Osterhout & Brown $50.00Mr. Metz Home Builders 786
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\j Office. Equipment (Net) _". ..........??? 77,336.94 72,080.83 ((5,256.11)) ( H. O. Brass) Acme Hardware 745
I #iOffice, Land and Building (,Net) ..?._ 383,019.41 378,287.95 ((4,731.46)) : Comer Osceola at Emory St. (Inverness, Florida Citrus Minnie Memorial Elliott Hospital 5.00 HIGH IND. SERIES 537
( ) Eleanor Bonifield
Other Assets .. . ...-.?.._...............??_?.? 2,487.25 64,994.84 62,507.59 I SUNDAY SERVICE 11:00 A.M. Whites Funeral Home 206,00. Sharon Bert toe. 517

TOTAL-ASSETS ....._...;...._...???.?........: $14,966,950.7T: $$18,140,784.90 : $3,173,834.13; I: SUNDAY TESTIMONIAL SCHOOL MEETING 9:30 7:30 $A.M.M. .(S.W.Dennis FloridaTB Washington.Hosp.)' 112.50" Evelyn HIGH Hood IND. GAME 504

2nd. and 4th" Wednesday .(Wilbur A.Cain Edgar Lee Mit- Eleanor Bonifield 201

. .. READING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC Fri. 2-4, chell Beradine Mildred Starkey) Nell Jordan' 200
: also before and after the Wednesday. meeting Lucille's Food Mart 55.39 Sharon Bertlne 198
(Irene Fribley N. Robinson
Location Sunday School
room. Mildred Cain Fred Poling Whatever we face we are
r "THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOUWFLARadio Shiver Pearl Johnson L. B. not alone. God is with us, and

: rI > 970 Sun day-8:15 A.M. Royce) through His eternal loving
WDBO-RacHo 580 Sunday-05 A.M. Coy R. Sandlin 24.40 kindness all things work to-
I erectors. fi. Weaver Taxi Service 77.00 gether for good.
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HUNTER BRANCH V-. No wonder Chevrolet is so popular with a choice like this: the luxurious Jet-smooth
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DUDLEY COLE FRANK THRIFT, JR. O' r> two new versions of America's only all-out sports car, Corvette.

SecretaryTreasurerRUTH .. "t. The make more people
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Loans in Process .........,___._._.... 298,605.83 321066.62 22,460.79

Miscellaneous Liabilities ....__.. 5,004.81 1 1,042.80 (3,962.01)( )

Income Collected In Advance __?? 125.24 760.00 634.76

Reserves and Surplus ......____.. 873,974.51 1,111,553.72 237,577.21

TOTAL LIABILITIES ...._ ...?_.?_ $14,966,950.77 $18,140,784.90 $3,173,834.13 ..
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1956-$5,001,700.09 1959:-$ 9,706,431.63

4 1 r.. 1957-$6,231,251.60 I960-$11,737,842.75 See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's Showroom 1

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inventory Sheets & $y tems Board Of Public Instruction I I. Mr. Citizen U.S.A. I I-Members Flora of!the city Floral Youth City To' Withlacoocbee Be Busy State Forest, a-I

Walt Connors 4-H Club, Girl Scout Troop 81, moi. other activitAes..
November 27, 1962 tary: Muriel; C. Browning,Ber- (written by D. D. Smith. Chaplain of LeRoy Rooks Jr. Post and the Junior Garden Club will -
The Board of Public Instruction Hagan, Ina S. Hagan Charles 4252, VFW Hernando Fla.) have a ofteldday'.
Office Supply & EquipmentPh. Citrus County met on this Hagan Betty G.Lamer.Steve R. Mr. Citizen. U.S.A., the situation that prevails today is perhapsno next Monday from 2:15 until S. Fill...
I Inverness.We date with its Chairman Ralph Lanier Barbara J. Jones. different than in days of yore Nevertheless it behooves us to ..
726-1601
Rooks presiding, and members Floral City Elementary: PhilipE. look at the score. 3:45.The youth will watch at r e e Ow Sp.delty Try UsEWE'S
Jesse Thomas Richard Sheffield. Jr. We talk and we preach of brotherly love.And we plead and be- planting demonstration in the -
Kaufman and Horace Allen. Crystal River High and Elementary seech with the One up above. To lead and protect us and help u s
present. : Valerie .B. Zeilinger do right, And eventually get rid of this terrible blight.To "Chivalry is a man's deeire
The minutes of October 23rd Jimye H. Hawkins Rodney L. live and let live,is an adage worth while; To help and to give to protect a woman against Across from Po4fe.Station
and November 6th were apporv- Faircloth Michael Gregory, with a bean warming smile: With no strings attached, just a gift all men but himself.
ed.Bids Marjorie J. Hirsch, William C..' from the heart That, Mr. Citizen is a wonderful start.
for a 70 cubic foot reach- Griffith, Judy A. Perky,James Let's look deeper into what's troubling; us, The things that are
in refrigerator were opened: R. Atlins, Joe R. Hemb r i e, causing us to fret and fuss; The rumors and gossip about
American Supply. Stainless Elaine Denson Anna K.Zeilinger friends who once stood In our minds for everything righteous and / House of
Finance Steel. 65.5 cubic.)t. $1.076.00. Hardy Head. Jr., Joseph J. good. "
Stainless Steel and Aluminum Pollard Wanda S. Lang ford, Disbelief, prejudice, plagues the world pi today. And unconquered -
Up To 5 Years $834.00; Turner-Haack. S. S. Mary K. Wilson, PenelopeClark hatred is holding its sway. No matter how sordid or hor- Beauty
and 1.., 72 Cubic Foot 1156.40; Robert N. Croff, Martin rendous it seems It's tearing apart our most beautiful dreams.
ri To Pay AT 5% Louis Wahl. SS and Al. 58.8 cu. D. Perkey, Pat W.Linder, Ben- Dreams of a world with eternal peace as a goal; Dreams of a '- Fashionable Cottiers
ft. $769.90; Food Serv. Eq u i p. ny McWaters Patricia M Aur- world without welfare or dole. These dreams could come true if
69.15 cu ft. S S, $1.504.20E.H. ny McWaters Patricia M.Aur- we'd just change our ways. If we don't,we will rue it the rest of Permanent Factate
''y Thompson 74.5 cu ft. S SandAl and, Linda A. Fairchild HallyG. our days.
CAMs $991..2. Ruby Harold S. Gregory, Now, let's look at ourselves give a soul searching look: Are we .'. 'x d.. Tints Scalp Treatments -
Gene Allen joined the group in Gary W. LongfordMar ianne carrying on as portrayed in the Book?Or do we take what we want ,. .'
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course of discussion. Aurand Marsha L. Lucht, Eu- and just go our ways With no thought of tomorrow, o-nfy today? : Work guaranteed
Richard Kaufman made amo- gene D.Aurand Betty K.T u r n- Let's look at elections for just a beginning. Most people hope
tion. seconded by Horace Allen er, Bryan K. Richey Debra L. they're! on the side that is winning. But little thought Is given to Court Square For Appointment Ph 726-1882
to accept bid of American Supply Carpenter, Alice A. Tensley, what's taken place In this glamourous, glorious,mudthrowingrace.
M ii $834.00 nearest specificationsand Marjorie. J. Allen Wanda F. .
AFFORD IT size and lowest bid. The Maynard Gail R. Boddicker, If we could believe all the gossip and slurs That some candi- .. I..HIIIIHIII.IIIIIIIIII..11_
vote, "Yes" Horace Allen, Russell L. Adkins Roger r+. dates are no better than curs The dirt and the gossip, inuendos IH1IIIHIUlHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRHIIIRfIllIII..IIHRIIIHIIIII
Richard Kaufman Jesse Thomas Vandergriff Neilie D. Hamilton galore, To the average elector it's a terrible bore.
; "No" Ralph Rooks, Ge n e Cyras /*. Poling, Philip G. Don't candidates know that an honest campaign Is more than a Get Rid Of
Allen.abstaining. Motion car i- Maynard Susan Redmond Pam credit in this political game? To honor and respect a candidate's I
ed. Collins, Linda D. Moore Vir- right? And keep fair competition always in sight.
1IUpMUT'UP Jesse Thomas made a motion ginia G. Pynes Arthur R. What would you say now I'm asking you.If your child shouldask
seconded by Gene Allen, to hold Strickland, Sandra L. Carver, you what you should do To choose a candidate who's coura- I .. _-lEI
regular December meeting o n debra Y. Nellis Benjamin J. Me geous and fine or vote for the one that's covered with slime? = M
December 18th at 8 P.M. The Kibbin Jr., EarlC. Bi v i 1 le, Our children hear this and others as well.And don't understandwhat = "1i V\ ORS
vote was unanimous. Stanley J. Cox, Harold D. Fair- .we're trying to sell. Is it good will or hatred we soon must I \ =
Gene Allen made a motion cloth, Paul D.Zeilinger Wesley decide And stick to the things that are real bonified.I I I DISOOLOiEl
seconded by Horace Allen, to H. Poling, Danie S. Pynes Donna believe for one in future campaigns,That it's alright to tell of =
make thefol owing pupil assign L. Carpenter, Dannie J.Col- one's hopes and one's aims. But desist from mud throwing in I WATER
1jUP ments..The vote was unanimous. lirts' Cathleen Y.Sessons,Tim order to gain The edge on a n opponent in this race for fame.
Citrus High and Elementary: othy L. Squires, Pennielou B. We can't sell good will to countries abroad When we insist on I WITH 6URWittf
' Additions Betty J. Briggs Douglas Noon- Conner William E. Hawkins condoning this political fraud. Let's stick to rules as laid down
kester Roger Allen. Bonnie El-: Todd M. Winnick. LindaG. from above. And show what is meant by brotherly love. ; StfIIIiIc
Cabinets Built ler Patricia M. Rooney. Betty. White, Laura E.White,Frank E. We send peace corps abroad the wholeworld to tell. How to _
RemodelingRoofing Wise Anndra A. Wise Kenneth McCall, David W. McQuarri, live better and longer, without all the hell That's troubling the
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R. \,. MacDonaldPlumbing Wise. James W. Robbins. Kath- Michael L.McBiddin Robert D. world now torn by strife. Let's try to show them a much better I 0 IIIIiHiIIc. ..
leen A. Ronny, David: I. Isen- Beach Charles J.Parker Phil- life.Each
Wiring ,.... 726-1591 hower, Kevin M. Rooney Deb- ip H. Stephens. Russell E.Cain man has a right his opinions to express, But in so doing Filltrilc Strmt
erah L.lsenhower.Crystal Warren L. Bowshot Pamela let's not make it a mess. And try to adhere to fair competition,
f River High and Elemen- Harris. Cynthia H. Evans, San- Then you can rejoice in an accomplished great mission.So .
dra E. Huggins Harmon E. live and let live, regardless of cost. Forget the campaignsthat I
Riggs/ Kenneth B. Watson, Jr., are won and are lost. Be kind and forgiving and start wit h
i Guide To Layne Redmond Ruth A.Evans, today. you'll be a great citizen for this grand U.S.A.
i A Handy Charles F. Watson, Owe en K. .
I Abercombie, Linda Car ro I Peter Helfin of the Bound had something then he said::
Wyatt, Janet L. Davidson. Cyn- Brook (NJ.) Chronicle 8.in. "You don't have to rememberhis .
L thia A. Williams, Patri c i a Slat year us a linotype anything when you're hon- I Galvanized & Pksstk
tu L. Fields Cynthia A. Boswell operator . Mark Twain .est" . Pip
Bridget A. Stoney Sandra L. _=
Daniels. Robin W.Moore.Diane end Fun Line ef FttiHfs
/ Daniels Elizabeth A. Cox De- Pecan
witt C. Crawford, Jr., MarilynL. New Patented I Lawn Mower & Out Itenl MetersIt
SERVICE INSTITUTIONS and BUSINESSES Akins. Russell Ridg ley
William T. Speny, Jr., BrendaC. STEWART MAHAN CROSS spikedI
Burnham William M.Hamilton ;
Of CITRUS COUNTY Gary J. Damron, Denis C.". Large and most delicious of aU.!!
Bersh David R.Yaws.Debra A.
Hedrick Cole M. Ruby JackieK. Also makes beautiful shade
Hand Anthony S. H a r ley. I WHITE DISTRIBUTING CO.
I Debra J. Hand Raymond C. i
Porter Brosiers Rachel L. Brosiers, Landscape Nursery !IENo.
s Margaret D. Youngblood GlennS. Apopka Ave. Old Seaboard Depot -
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1 Call 725-3421 Funeral HdrneAMBULANCE R. Beville,Mary A.Brown, Y.; :U.S. .H.wy.41'No. & State Hwy. 44. _East"
.Bruce W. Prevail Da r va E. I
Winnick Charles P.Strickl and.

.. Thomas Roddenber y. Jr., Ju-
anita A. Cross Raymond C.

Well Drilling W. C. Hill SERVICE Pagengardt, Debra. A.David Vander N. McQuarrie g r iff.- .

Wells From 2 to 8 Inches Electrlcal'ContractnrMeyers Wanda Gene E.Allen Sanders.made a motion, DIRECTORS FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

Pumps PHONE seconded by Horace Allen to pay E. C. HUEY, Chairman 0 f the OP LAKE COUNTY .
Sales & Service Major Appliance Repairs 726-2271 or .$1.25 per load for hauling sand Board LEESBURG58th
Call Crystal River 726-1801] from city land and $1.50 0 r ."
795-2299 Electrical I Repairs hauling from Airport to fill run- PAUL A. MILLER, ViceChair-- t SemiAnnualSTATEMENT I
area at Crystal River man & Vice President
Call, Dunnellon Main StreetINVERNESS way
Hunter 9.2430 Small Pump Motor Service School. All trucks shall be cov- OF CONDITIONJOHN
ered with proper insurance.The J. K. MIZELL President ,
F. B. McCray Hwy. 41 North Inverness! .- FLORID vote was unanimous. F. LaBORDE,Vice President I ,: '' : December. 31, 1962
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Richard Kaufman made a motion
U.S. 19 S. Crystal River. 726-2854 or 726-2157 seconded by Jesse HORACE D. ROBUCK Vice

Thomas to offer Sadie Eden- Presdient ASSETS '-
field $25.000.00 for 21.89 acres :-
i Royal 1eftces and 200 fed on State Road 44 on ERNEST F.MILLER Secretary.! ..\
west side of property. Seller is &. Comptroller *.. First Mortgage Loans .. __. __ .... ._......I.:,,..:. .$19534)32.59F
Al OwenPainting to furnish title insurance pay Loans on Savings Accounts .,-.. .-......-.----: 39,79.22
& Patios state and county documentarytax E. BRILES Improvement Loans ____._. .________..____ ... ._____ 47,095.57
PHONE 726-2781 and pro rata to taxes. Th e .Real Estate Sold on Contract -- ...------- 22,361.18
Contractor Carports :' vote was unanimous. JAMES H. HERLONG Office Building, Furniture and Fixture__-__.-.-._,..,'. 521,341.83

Estimates and Quality Patio Alum. Awnings' 'CITRUS-COUNTY'S seconded Gene Allen by Ralph made Rooks a motion, ROBERT.E. NORRISADVISORY 'k .- Real Estate Owned .___u________ ______._--, 33,346,53Miscellaneous

Work Chain Link Fencing. :. '.LEADING. DRUG STORETURNER rent Tom McQuarrie for'$5.00 to ;,: Assets ___m______ ....______ __ :..... 51,727.92
CAMP ROAD Cabanas Prescriptions Accurately trailer for use in Christmas ;: Cash and.investments:. .;
Inverness H. T. Riley Filled by parade he is to take care of any : Federal Home Loan Bank Stock $ 275,000.00
l RFD 1, Box 193 damages. The vote: "Y e s" MEMBERS'f; Government Bonds ________ 1811266.97
Inverness, Competent Druggists Rooks Gene Allen; "No" Kauf- E. J. MAUGANS, Chairma':' Other Investment Securities _____. 63,200.00

Phone 726-8582 Ph. 726-5753 .INVERNESS, FLORIDA len.man.Motion Jesse Thomas failed. Horace Al- Emeritus. 'p' Cash on Hand and In Banks 1046544.40 3,196,011.37

Gene Allen made a motion TOTAL ASSETS .. _____ $23,441,116.21J.OLlVERHESCH
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1. BuckskinGroceries West Coast Lovell Bros. pay seconded all bills.by Horace Board adjourned.Allen, to

I & Sundries WHOLESALE AUTOMOTIVE Harry K. Buie, Secretaryand : CAPITAL AND UAWUTOS) '
: SuperintendentRalph
TitlCompany
l AND MILL SUPPLIES Rooks Chairman .
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SPORTSMAN HAVENPause -: 's.:;'. Savings Accounts . S20.&M51.74):
A McCulUch Chain $aws ------ ---- -
p and Refresh LAND TITLE INSURANCE Small Motors OPERATING OFFICERS_ loans in Process .. __ ._.__mm__ -- -----.J. 44,507.33
Far information concerning Leeson Trailer Park -' -r. Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank 3OI, OO.OO
& Soatton EnginesRepair
Bnggs : _
I On State Road No. 581 TIde Insurance or and Service of Income Collected. Advance .- . ... ..- .-.. ,1qpIO.91Advance
Engine
Ushers In New Year J. K. MIZELL President *
Gate No. 4 Land Ownership General Motors Diesel Payments by Borrowers .------ . '-.c.,904.19

1 Inverness Reservation Writ. P.O. Box 668 Power Units With Country RhythmThe ERNEST MILLER Secretary' Miscellaneous Liabilities --- .--- ...- ..;.:,-- 21,115.84

Hunting & Fishing S.W. Main St. Inverness & Comptroller' .. Reserves and Undivided Profits: .' .
License PHONE 726-4021 Day Phone 726-3501 people at Leesons Lake- -*. Specific Reserves ._..___ ____ $ 10567.77 ,
Inverness, Florida Night Phone 126.3904 shore Trailer Park ushered in ERNEST D.AULTTreasurer&General Reserves ._.. .. .L:-__ ,687,24.94
the 1963 New Year with their Asst. taryGEIGER :: _. __ ; Undivided Profits ___ .. .. .__ __ 27,773.4 1,726 ..20ELIST
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For the B..t In R.al' E.tot. Floral CityMachine Roth furnished the music Secretary ' /iTOTAl: CAPITAL AND LIABILITIES .:.:. $23,445,7e6,21
See or Call which everyone enjoys so much. .. .-,..',.
i Co. When Gid Hall arrived with his ROGER O. SIMMS, JR.Assis- '_ -
fiddle, there was a loud chorusof ;.
tant Treasurer .
N. B. (Bob) Welding "We want Gid." Mr. Hall
THIS SPACE AVAILABLE: was accompanied by Mr. Rothon
. his guitar and they swung '*-
Trotter Braising can 72S-M21; into ?The Arkansas Traveler," ATTORNEY ;. Current Dividend 9" -
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etc. own inimitable -
J Rg. Real estat. Drokr Milling Machine style. Everyone's feet were tap- CHARLES B L. P. SELLAR Rate On Savings 41 .
ping to the snappy rhythm.Whenthey .
HofftO a..a P.O.Spring Box 87, Florida Lathe WorkTelephone were rested demonstrated.Mr. some.folk dances : ., p<< v..

j PHONE. 795-2410 and Mrs. H.A. Richardson -
726-2350 arrived from the North and r
brought Mrs. Etha Dodd In time
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on. 726 GId Hall and Son Packer Motor were George guests Szoke of from the Roths.Floral City
CornpaiyService Punch and cake were servedby
the Dodds, and later we en- .
TV Hardware ana joyed more refreshments. 1i' _fl AND LOAN
Custom Cabinets. Marine Supplies Many folks were reluctant to .
Kltdiu nodJlnfl Briggs & Stratton leave long after midnight and -- ASSOCIATIONLEESBUR6
Mill WOJk all had a good time.
107 Apopka Ave Air-Cooled MotorsWisconsin \ '

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Sorority Sees Slides PUBLISHER'S Chamber Asked To Sponsor =: } _- i

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.Jall1fl.; Of Mt McKinley ClimbBeta CORNER' : Citrus friends of Library'Representatives .RED I II


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Christmas
Sigma Phi held its first Disposable trees. 0 II
don't won't be avail- I
headlines sorority meeting of the new year bet they of the county expansion of library facilities in
able nextyear.A1readythewordis and libraries -
Thursday at the home of Mary regional presented other countries, expecially in
Hewitt in Lake Tsala Gardens. going around that some enter- themselves at Monday's communist lands, and said that
prising gadgeteers will come up of the Citrus I
Mrs. Hewitt served refreshments .meeting County these people appreciate the
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the with just this kind of a tree Chamber of Commerce and requested creative power of the lia
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group. for the next Yule season. A that the localorganiza- I
creative of the
Guests for the evening were power library.
rG.r Gary Kenwood and Ron Dexter, tree, complete with alt orna- tion sponsors a 'much needed" Miss Clark told the cham- I

); who are in Inverness filming a ments, that can be taken down organization knownas" "Friendsof ber this was the first anniver-
and thrown into discard. No the
movie called Wahoo Bob Cat, Library. sary of the regional library'swork i
being produced by HankSchloss storing of ornaments for a 51- Chamber officials indicated with the local units. "We.
week period until the next holi they were short on funds at have
Production Co. of California.The tried to establish the library -
Mefinda has day. the present time,but Tom Festa
now movie will be seen over ..***** systems throughout thJregion
television soon.Beautiful was appointed to consider the ,which only cities enjoyed
joined our staff. slides of pictures Lake Tsala Apopka came in matter and report back to the before" she said. Miss Clark .j-. .
for area television attention
chamber. V
like
Something $50
taken while Kenwood and five spoke briefly concerning the
Come and see her. others were in Alaska climbingMt. Sunday, in night.its' Channel 13 for:Tam the would be needed to sponsor a rotating book program and the ,, '" ,t. : .... t
pa sportscast "Friends of the Library' association -
McKInley were enjoyed by bookmobile which began last .r .
day, mentioned catch of 100
Phone forAppointment the ladies.McKinley is the high- a June and distributes some 2,000 -, ". ._ >,7
est mountain in North America. speckled trout accredited to one Coming before the chamber books per month in Citrus and V
The sorority's Christm a s fisherman for his weekenq ef- were Mrs. T.C. Kelley of Cry- Levi counties. She also men- Ernestine Strickland CONt'NUES'
726260fMildred's- fort. The fisherman a Tampa stal chairman of * *
River the
party was held at the Port Par- tioned the summer reading pro- C\eaMlCe\
postman said after the rigorsof Citrus County Board, and Miss ot This
adise Hotel in Crystal River gram and that 150 county child- Rogers-Strickland
Beauty with 52 ladies and their hus- the holiday mail rush just Helen Clark, director of -the ren received certificates for The Acceptance the
passed he felt rewarded with Central Florida Regional Lib- Wedding Announced to Extend
bands. A supper and dance in reading 10 or more books each Prompted Us
such a fine catch.iiiiiii.
Solon the Tahitian Room was.enjoyedby .. rary.Mrs. during this period.The.regional As Event Of Feb.3An Has ot
types
Kelley told the Other
all. Look for some more action group director listed some of the var- Pt'icing to
& by the state legislature on the she knew the chamber was as ious types of books-which may be announcement was made Clearance \nc\ld8d A.te
interested as the liabrary boardin found in libraries and How \
matter of reapportionment.Battle county this week of the engagement of Merchandise. I
REGISTER AND VOTE lines are shaping up for local advancement of the some of the new books securedby Miss Vonda ErnestineStrickland RetligelatOls
what may become one of the county and making it a better the regional library for distribution of Brooksville and Mr. Heaters *
place in which to live. She

i in Regular City Election, February. 19, 1963 state set-tos.government's We are not forecasting greatest brief history of the library gavea The Citrus. County Chamber of Jimmie .Douglas The wedding Rogers is plannedfor of Inverness RangesDryers.\

but it looks very much as if growth in Citrus. County and Commerce is still studying a Feb. 3, at Bethel Baptist 1
mentioned the Christmas pre proposed exhibit for 1I
of
Church
weapons All
If you are ((1)) twenty-one years of age and ((2)) the matter will finally go to sent"received from the state Greenfield.
the
area as a tourist attract- friends and relatives invitedto \
are
three federal for I
have been a resident of the State of Florida one court judges in the way of promised funds attend. Example
year and (3)) of the City of Inverness,Florida, for action and decision. This is ex- Reason for appealing to the tionWalter
of
Seitz who
end Tampa Miss Strickland is thedaughter -
six months and (4)) have registered to vote, you actly where it shouldn't up chamber, said Mrs. Kelley.was 1
but of was to have displayed some of of Mr. and Mrs. E.L.Strickland Range
are entitled to go to the City Hall,City Park Inverness recent special sessions library officials' desire to forma 36"
the have failedto his weapons and outlined any Sr., of Route 5, Brooks-
Florida at no cost and vote in the governing group "Friends of the Library" Tappan
he had ville. She
produce( an indication that our plans for placing the exhibit is agraduateofPascoHigh
association and she said it had I
elected will discharge the in or near Inverness was School Dade City, and i s
Regular City Election, February 19 1963 matter themselves.group been suggested that the chamber at Monday's luncheon meeting of presently employed by F i r s t $139.95 I
,
might sponsor such an organization Federal
******* the chamber, but indicated he Savings & Loan .sso II I
The Chronicle welcomes The purpose for forming would need assurance by the ciation in Dade City. -
a new
for three Councilmenand staff member.Fulkerson. Mr. the association she explained, chamber before he could think Mr. Rogers is a son of Mr. and '

Fulkerson an experienced news is to have a better informed seriously about moving his Mrs. Alex Rogers of Route 1, Inverness -

a Mayor of YOUR CHOICE. and advertising man from up citizenry with regard to local large collection of.antiqueweapons A graduate of Citrus R.C.Q.
library situations.She said Fri-
here'Seitz High School he is
employed by
Illinois will work
multi-
way a 1
ends would
of
the Library be Hewitt's Standard Service of In- et
ple assignment Citrus Countyto composed of members from told those present that Whirlpool\
YOU CANNOT ,VOTE include advertising sales and various civjc clubs and other he had spent{ over 25 years on verness. \ i
general news writing. We are his collection and that
organizations. "When needs of weapons
quite impressed with his back- there are some 750 items "Poise is the ability to talk i iI 1
the library come up she add- major
IF YOU ARE NOT REGISTERED.If
ground and feel you folks will ed, "Our county will know about alone which he can display. He fluently while the other fel- $129.95.
like him and enjoy his writings said of low is paying the check.- I
an approximately
you are sure that you are registered,you are these needs and other library area I
entitled -If which will be focused much on problems." 2400 square feet would be ne Harold J. Blaschko, ArcadiaVis.
to vote. you are not sure check with
Mrs. Dean, the at the political scene in the county. Mrs Kelley read some statistics cessary for the exhibit. (, .) News-Leader.
City Clerk, City Hall,immediately ******* 1 I
and find out. Do not delay.If 1963 license plates are show- regarding the growth and

you are not registered, DO SO TODAY. No ing up on cars and it occurs to
cost Involved. Be sure you are registered to vote us that one color combinationto folding up, others that were
In the General City Election on February 19, be adopted and retained planned have not been staged. Worlds Fastest Shade "
1
1963. The last day you can register Is January 19, makes good sense. Personally, This represents only a small FUELGAS
1963. I like the bright yellow back- segment of the business world GREEN
ground with blue numerals.The affected by the absence of news- 8 ft in 1 Year 40 ft. in Years '

color combination fits our pro- paper advertising columns.
THIS IS I MOST IMPORTANT
******* For to not
fusion of sunlight and blue skies. you enjoy, your grandchildren
__ o ******* "The Festival of Lights," SERVICE -
I have been impressed with nightime underwater ballet
ARE YOU REGISTERED the situation involving the news- shows at Week Wachee will GUARANTEED AGAINST FREEZE

paper strike in New York City. close January 15th. Sponsored 101 S.. Phi St. -
M. C. Scofield;' The winter stage play season by the Withlacoochee'Rural Electric -
TO VOTE? Member City Council normally finds most all pro- Co-operative these night Landscape NurseryU.S. .

ductions sold out weeks and shows have been quite well received Ph. 726-1111 1I.r..ss

months in advance., This year, during. their holiday Hwy. 41 No. & State Hwy.44 East .
paper advertising plays are staging.

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