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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 17, 1963
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
weekly[ former <1939-1968>]
semiweekly[ former <1980-1981>]
daily
regular
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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: VID01572
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 15802799
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73rd YEAR NUMBER 3 INVERNESS. FLORIDA JANUARY 17. 1963 2 S PAGi

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IJ Road Improvement Faced By County CommissionCounty State Reports Hair Seeks Re-election


commissioners, beset traffic. The board Is sending a* and Harley Levins explained to and a half miles west ol South'Dmnellon read a letter from John F. Distribution Of Council
with additional road problems Richard Green in the City Prexy
resolution to citizens that. there were I on the WithlacoocheeRiver. Webster, chief of the Hernando
brough about by the recent DeLand (State Road Department many road needs being faced by VFD, requesting a portablewater
freeze were confronted TUes- : to have a traffic count on the county and that limited funds Commissioner James Rooks pump for the departmentso Tax MoniesCitrus Defends Recall
day with requests for improve- the road and see what can be1 prevented all of the necessary Jr. called for a blinker lightto as to allow for continuous Fight
ments of a Homosassa road and done to improve it. improvements. Gilstrap said he be installed in Floral Cityat spraying while the truck is in county will receive
the Gospel Island road. Attorney Charles Fitzpatrickalso was aware of the problem and the Intersection of SR 48 motion. The board instructedthat $87,705.63 of Its' share of the
Vernon Elbrecht presented a presented a petition with that the board had previously with US 41.Commissioner. the pump and fittings be tax money distribution. This leads me to feel that I haveno
petition of names for Improvement 123 names of people who.either contacted the road department Harley Lwvins ordered from Sears Roebuckand figure was relased from the other choice but announce for
of the Hqmosassa road live on Gospel Island or who in DeLand. A resolution calling reported that the new garbageand the bill (about $150)) sent office of Ray E. Green State re-election. I believe the citizens -
((490-A) from a'polnt one block use the road (470)) to some ex- for traffic count on this road trash dump formerly to the county. Comptroller. This sum is the of Inverness can see a
west of US 19 to a point knownas tent. Several residents, including was also approved by the board. by the board for the approved The board will receive seal- aggregate from gasoline and great deal of results from the
Fish Bowl turnoff Elbrechttold *Harry Baughman who came Commissioner Gilstrap,in later benefit of South Dunnellon River ed bids on Feb. 4 for a 1963 sales tax and from gasoline council during the past three
commissioners this sectionof before the board last week on action got approval from the Bend and River Gardens tandem truck and a mounted gallonage tax.Breakdown. years this despite undue hardships -
road (about half a mile), the matter were at the meeting.' board for the resurfacing of communities is being worked dump body and hoist. Specifi- of the money in many cases and per-
which is closely bordered by a This road is also just-16 feet about 12 miles of roads throughout on this week. He also said he cations are called for in legal follows: A sL sonal sacrifice of the presentcouncil.
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canal is extemely dangerous at in width and in need of re the county which have suf- had been announcements elsewhere in Gasoline tax . . . 34838.30 : .
night. He asked that the road pair. Baughman cited the Increase fered heavy damage from the concerning receiving the health complaints hazards this issue of the county paper.Commissionerssubmittedlists. Sales tax . . . . $19,240.81Gasoline In referring to the recall
be widened from Its present 16 in traffic flow in recent recent freeze.In created gallonage tax u movement against him and three
by a junk yard In the
feet. Board chairman and called for other 33626.49 other members of the council
the plat
Clyde years countyto business a was same vicinity, and asked the of prospective jurors for the
Byrd agreed that the road was do something about wideningand presented by Sportsman Devel- county sanitation officer to Feb. 5 term of circuit court. This figure represents a Hair said: "We have been criti-
in need of attention, especially repairing the road. opment Corp. and approved for check into the matter.Commissioner Names of selected jurors will slight increase over November zed by a few people for spending
"vim the increased amount of Commissioners Bob Gilstrap Backwater Heights located. tWo.. Fred Spooner be published. allocations and a marked in- aJ. of tax money to defend the council -
I, crease over the same month in this recall fight, both in
last year.Fair the local court and for our plans;
r. to appeal to a higher jurisdic-
I Ii Stephan Will Seek. tlon
i Group 'This is not being done in-
order to keep from going before
Position Of FRED HAIR the public to be voted upon, for
Mayor Meets Tonite "
I'S. or against, the council presi-
'; : J. Fred Hiar. president of dent said in his unprepared
,. . ', The second man to announce LECANTO--Dlrectors of the the Inverness City Council told statement 'because two of the
, "'.''', "" his candidacy for the office of Citrus County Fair Association The Chronicle yesterday that he members are now seeking reelection -:
Mayor of Inverness during the urgently request all organiZa- will seek re-election to the (Helmar "Dutch"Pos-
cs .t past week is Sam R. Stephan. tions and persons interested in government body in the Feb. piech announced last week),
1HOW who lives near the Gospel Island the county fair to attend a spec- 19 municipal voting. proving their confidence which
v bridge. ial meeting at 8 o'clock tonightin Mr. Hair has been a memberof the citizens originally placed in
i Mr. Stephan is former coun-, the old Lecanto scho 1. the council for the past three them."In
1 1 pl. cilman of this city and has some Quentin Medlin secretary of years and was elevated to the all of the written articles -
r i definite purposes In seeking the P-; the association said the pur- seat of president several mon- telling of the tax money
mayoral position. He says that pose of this meeting will be to ths ago upon the resignationfrom spent in fighting this recall
although the City Charter invests determine if and when the 1963 that position by Mrs. Kath- nothing has been printed regarding -
little power in the officeof Citrus County Fair will be held leen Balasch.A the many thousands of
Mayor this officer is in a 3lsw7 and to receive suggestions on local wholesale distributorfor dollars saved by the council in
? 'L :Jt 1q 'L 'position to keep the public informed how the fair,if held,can be made Gulf OH products he'Is act- carrying on the affairs of the

1 < S. of what goes on at then more useful and attractive to the. ive in church and civic affairs. City end reducing the indebted
council meetings."Such as the people of this area. He is chairman of the board of ness.
53f recent paying out of the city This invitation is extended to deacons at the First Baptist Hair said that when be first
k.L' treasury of $3196 for attorney all civic groups, school organizations Church past master of Citrus sought the office of councilmanhe
Y syI fees by the council to keep from churches newspapers. Masonic Lodge 118, past com- promised he would not be
abiding by the charter they all and to everyone interested in the mander of the local American influenced by any one person
swore to Almight God they would welfare of the county."If Legion and has been director be a servant of any minority
enforce defend and abide by you cannot attend please and secretary of the Chamberof faction and that he would en-
when they took office. delegate someone from your Commerce. He is a native of deavor to help bring about a
"This $3196 would pay a organization to attend as we this city.In business-like administration in
policeman's salary for oJ.1e': hope all interested groups and, stating his belief that he the operation of city govern
year. It would go a long way toward Individuals" will be represented. had served his time on the ment."These.
paying for.new-fireequip- SAM STEPHANthe said Medlin.Retarded council, Hair commeated: promises have beeaMpr
I : ment which is so badly needed.It However; the situation now' ; a* Ustsry ,fl av.si."

would repair many of our Children confronting the city_council he concluded.
streets which are in such a de- job.
condition. could have Stephan a native of Assn.Meets TonightA
Fred the Citrus of Future Farmersof plorable It Spring-
DID HE GET IN THEREI-- Whltelaw.president Chapter
America, finds that "rank does have Its privileges" as he closes up to the chapter's "Sweethean" been used for the relief of manyof field, Mo. is a retired construc- general meeting of the
Jeanne Stillfrled. Jeanne, a junior'won out over the other two pretty contestants, both the city's needy and distressed : tion resident engineer.of Florida He for has 20 been a Citrus-Hernando County Asso- Weitz First In Race I
freshman, Sandy Baxley (left) and Sharon Davis (right) during the talent competition Monday citizens. Instead it years ciation for Retarded Children
night. --staff photShe's /? served no useful purpose. and has lived IpInverness seven will be held at 7:30 this eveningin
"This sort of thing," con- years. A deacon in the First the Florida Power Lounge. For Inverness MayorAn
tinued Stephan, who said much Presbyterian Church he is a
The meeting will be for the
Their SignaturesOn the same thing before the city, past master of Citrus Lodge No. purpose of discussing the 1963
> Tomorrow Final Day council last week, "could not 118, past patron of Inverness membership drive aims and Inverness resident for the
'Sweetheart'Another happen, if the people were kept Chapter Order of Eastern Star; needs of the Association. The past 17 years and a man whose
For New Phone Book PetitionsMust Informed and if elected to this past president of the Inverness public is invited. life has been occupied with
office I feel that I have the integrity Civic League; and twice presi- civic and business activi i e s
Year Additions, ChangesThe ability and courage to do dent of the Transplant Club. Perfect attendance was recorded was the first man to publlcally
CompareAny at the first craft class for
the
accounce office of Inver-
Miss Jeanne Stllfried, a Jun- Florida Telephone Corp- for the senior group of the ness mayor. City elections will
ior in Citrus High School, was oration wishes to remind its Johnny come lately"who mentally retarded on Jan. 11,at be Feb. 19.Abraham.
re-elected "Sweetheart" of the subscribers both residence and has his eye on the city councilor Cost Of Extending City the home of Mrs. Harry Van Weitz. more famil-
Citrus FFA Chapter at its Jan- business that the new telephone mayor seat in the Feb. 19 Nortwick. The Instructors were iarly known as "Abe" Welt z,
uary meeting held In the school directory for Crystal River and municipal election will have an especially pleased with the results told The Chronicle late last
Water-Sewer Lines ToldEngineer
auditorium Monday night.* Inverness closes Friday (tomorrow extra day for making up his and the enthusiasm shown week that after being urged bya ,
Jeanne will represent the, ). mind. The council Tuesday night by the students, according to unmber of citizens he will be
chapter in the FFA sub-district If you have any changes In address set Monday, Feb. 4 at 5 p.m. as Robert K. Michaels'cost verness Shell Station. Mr. Van Nortwick, president of a candidate for the top munici-
Sweetheart contest to be held in additions deletions or the time all books will be closed. estimate for the extensionof Promised to look into a request the organization.For pal post now being heldbyRollie -
early April.She will also repre- changes In your telephone list- The extra day came about since water and sewer facilities to from Bryce Hall Sr. for Flggins a two-term office
sent the chapter at banquets, local ing, please call the business office the filing deadline was up on Booker T. Washington School making and grading a road on Weekly County holder who has selected not to
activities and programs.She at Lees rg before Fridayat Sunday, Feb. 3. was studied by the city council his property in Fletcher News Round-Up. seek reelection.Mr. .
is the daughterofMr. and 3 p.m. The council also voted for Tuesday night.In Heights, which would be the con Read The Chronicle Weitz was born July 4,
Mrs. Charles Ebbecke of The new Florida Telephone the validity of signatures on his letter Michaels said a tinuation of an existing road. 1889 In New York City.He moy .
Sportsmen's Park Corporation Crystal River-In candidates' petitions. City Attorney preliminary survey showed the ed to New Jersey where he was
Other girls competing in the verness directory will be mailed Charles Fitzpatrick advised need for a lift station and force In the insurance and real :ute
local contest were Sandra Bax- out in March. that the council rule all main to provide these requested business 35 years. Some of his
ley daughter of Mr. and Mrs. signatures be the same as they facilities. His "rough esti- numerous positions and activi-
Carey Baxley and Sharon are on the registration books mate" of the cost figures total- ties over the years Include: "ABE" WEITZ
Davis daughter of Mr.and Mrs. since one political "pusher"had ed $29,616,which did not include Secretary and manager of the
Ed. Davis. Each girl was pre- l:: already objected to the dif- rights-of-way. This survey was 55 .x Citizens Savings & Loan Assn. years, he boasts.28 years perfect -
sented a corsage in appreciationof ferences in signatures on the at no cost to the city it was of Rahway,N.J.;president of the attendance).
her fine performance by Lon- IJlC !/ petition. Councilman M.C. Sco-. Dinted out. but more accurate rx Rahway Real Estate Borad for His two sons, both authors of
Die Nichols, chairman of the field objected saying he felt field study could be made for 13 years; chairman of the Fed-' text books on psychology, are
Sweetheart Committee.Pat candidates know who were sign- $200 and deducted from the
= eral Housing Administration in Dr. Henry Wekz of Duke University -
and Sylvia Kelly entertained - ing and if the names were sub- overall work cost. .
FfIM Rahway; chairman of the Rah- and Dr.Joseffc Weitz of
the group with several Jlf stantially the same they shouldbe The council will meet with
aheg blt way Welfare Panel (judge *juvenile New York University.
allowed. ,
songs and musical numbers the school board and further
delinquency court); finance -
while the judges were deliberat This is my beloved Son in. Although the city charter does study the matter. chairman for the erection
whom I am well pleased. not spell out a qualiflcationlee.
It was reported that Mich- of Rahway YMCA, finance
ing.Serving as judges for the con- -Matt. :1 n. candidates have in the past paid aels will also have cost figuresfor chairman for Rahway Memorial New Chamber
test were Gene Jackson, Royce. such a fee, and the council the extension of facilities to Hospital; treasurer 18 years for
Williams and Albert Varney. From the true depths of our voted Tuesday night that a qualification Lincoln Park, a colored neigh- Rahway Kiwanis Club and chair-
Dale Gavin 4thState vice president being we know ourselves to be fee of $15 be charged. borhood off Highway 44 east. man of underprivileged chil Reports 101Membershie
served as timekeeper for the sons of God and as sons There was the stipulation that In other action the council: dren's committee; secretary of
the event. we realize we should expressall once paid, this fee would not be --Voted to study a request the Elks' Crippled Kid die si
Doug Nooncaster was elected that is good. We should long returned. Scofield said he was in from Coach John Hull for' per- Committee; vice president and
chaplain of the chapter duringthe for the approval of our family favor of the fee but doubtedthe mission to use the municipal acting president of Union Council A number of new members
regular business meeting our neighbors and especiallythat council's right to levy it. swimming pool for physical Boy Scouts of America in have been added to the Citrus
preceding the contest. of God. education classes beginningMay New Jersey; awarded Silver County Suncoast Chamber of
Mrs. Sigmon ChairmanOf 1. Hull Is qualified life- Beaver for work with Scouts; Commerce since the beginning
saving instructor and would Issue and Past Regent of Royal of 1963. The west side organization -
'Mothers March' certificates to youngsters Arcanum ,#884. now counts a total of 101
I Council Ok's Federal Aid passing the course. Mr. Weitz. since coming to members within its boundaries,
CRYSTAL RIVER-A mother Heard a list of safety recommendations ILLEGAL SLAUGHTER-Needless and unlawful slaughter of doe Inverness has originated the which reaches from the Wi hla-
CRYSTAL RIVER---At their lic meetings that might be held concerned for hundreds of thou- for the munici- in the Citrus Wildlife Management Area was brought to the. Citrus County Consolidated for coochee River on the norm to
meeting Monday night mem- for answering questions regarding sands of criRPled, American pal pool prior to its opening. county paper's attention this week by Walt King gate checkerat the relief of underprivileged the Chass.howkzkaiv.rontbe
bers of the Lity council gave the needed sewage and children appealed this week for This annual report follows a No. 4 hunt station. King and Claude Nesbit "took a stroll" children and was the first president south, and east to Lecanto
'the red light to accepting.fed water improvements. It wouldbe help to other mothers of Citrus survey made by Travelers In- through a small section of the management area one day last (for two terms). He start The membership list of 48
eral funds for use in the pro- about May 1 before working County. surance. week-after the hunting season was closed-and found deer ed the "awards day' program at from Crystal Rarer 40 from
posed, $500.000 water-sewage plans could be completed he She Is Mrs. Edith Sigmon of --Voted forward a letter literally covering the ground. The two men who were depressedby both Citrus and Crystal River Homosassa and HomosassaSprings
system. The amount of federal Crystal River whose appointment : prepared by the city attorney what they found discovered 15 doe in two hours in about a High Schools. He succeeded in is now joined by 13
aid Is 22100. It will be offered said.In other business of the. as chairman of the upcoming proposing reduction of and sewage four square mile area. Some of these had their throats sliced. having the city council erect new members siaes the. first of
on a non-interest loan for special council session Phillip "Mothers March" was rates for trailer parks motels .Many were covered over by brush. Most of them were left by named street signs throughoutthe January includb ag W Harvey
announced by Dorland Van to keep In line with those the hunters who city, and paid for the first Edwards Crystal River Greens
the pre-coastruction engineering Pitts, assistant planner with the planned to return for them later. Mr. King
and planning. Florida Development Commis- Dusen March of Dimes camp' charged In neighboring cities. pointed out that since killing of doe Is illegal many are slaughtered signs (Main and Pine streets). Fuel. Bay-Vue Apartments,
Councilman Charles Barnes sion, told how the FDC may assist aign director in Citrus County. Granted permission to Ed and "slipped under the fence". He gave a conservative esti- He sketched the entrance signs Mrs. Grace Moon West Coast
asked following discussion with, communities in their plan- Mrs. Sigmon said her first Butts sidewalk to erect a sign between mate of 100 to 150 doe killed unlawfully In the entire 41,000 for the city and raised the money' Title Corpbwrasns).Western
and curb his In-
.the consulting engineer that the ning problems. He said a study task is to recruit as many at acres of the wildlife reservation. Hunters told him. he said o' from merchants to secure these Auto Store of Crystal River
Town accept the money and have Including long-range improve- volunteers from the west side seeing many of the dead animals on the ground as they passe signs. Lewis It Son Fisheries.. Adamek.
engineers proceed with planning ment needs would cost around of the county for the Jan. 31 Mrs. R. A. Breckenridge. through the gate. The checker also explained disgustingly that The candidate Is a member of Builders Porter Funeral Home
,of the Improvement. $8,000. Crystal River's shareof "march". She asked those daughter of Frank D. Sanders, this being the season for mating: nearly all of the dead doe are Citrus Masonic Lodge #118, (Inverness) Robert Clyde Schilling -
Harold Radcliffe executive this would be about 2500. wisying to serve In this capa- underwent an appendectomy pregnant. About half of them would have had twins he said and Ocala Scottish Rite and Egypt Florida Power Corpora-
vice president with Glaca Engineering He emphasized that the FDC city to contact her at the Florida Monday: In St. Vincent's Hospital. many would have birthed triplets. Mr. King may discuss this Temple. Until recently he was a dab Douglas Workman, and
told the council he assistance is not a profit under-' Power Corp office in Cry- Jacksonville and is recuperating needless and unlawful slaughter of doe at today's Clvitan Club member of the Inverness KIwanis PrHda "Qoy" WUUans
would be present for any pub- taking. stal River telephone 795-3145. satisfactorily.f meeting. Club (a Kiwaalaa for 38 (Inverness).







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2-A The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE January,17/1963 : : !?P ':,. II

Doing!' SatisfactorilyMrs. I 'iot,cWCr Card Party I Rain Doesn't

Lured (Bob) Lassiter. t is expected to remain a patientfor turned. She was thrown from *
45-year-old Inverness woman some time. the car. She suffered a. badly The Catholic Women's Club Halt 'Dimes'
who was injured seriously in a Mrs. Lassiter, who with her broken hip contusions and will hold another card party at
traffic mishap Saturday morn- husband operates a restaurantin abrasions. the power lounge next Tuesday
Ing was reported early ya ter- Hernando, was on her way to Although no official report of from 1 until 5 p.m. and from Golf TourneyThe
day as doing"satisfactorily" work when the accident occur- the accident was forthcoming it 7 p.m. until--. There will be '
Tampa General Hospital. She red. Her compact car report- is understood that another vehicle door prizes, refreshments and March of Dimes golf
reportedly pulled through sur- edly left US 41 (in the SportS- may have crowded the table prizes according to Mrs. tournament and mixed scotch
gery very. ,well on Tuesday, but man's Park section) and over- Lassiter car off the highway. -Catherine Peters. ball tourney at the Inverness
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Golf and Country Club on, Sun
day was quite succvraful despite
the downpour of rain. Coats,
umbrellas and even one wig
1 VIS.IT. were prevalent on the course.

Ld gm1eFEIN ,- rr k Members were spurred on by
the though of the delicious food
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z ,; Winners were Sandra Kant
MODEL HOMES
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gross went to Eddye Elbrechtand
Guy Snipe, and to Vernon
Sportsmen'sPark Elbrecht and Evelyn Snipe tiedat
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week at the home of Mr. and "...cI every night' except

Mrs. Harry Pierce. Tu.sday". _
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mc-
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6PM-12P*
r The COURIER 2 Bedroom Model The AMBASSADOR 3 Bedroom Model Comb at from their Minnesota home In St.sinterIng Pet-- MwiotMtutr

ersburg, were weekend guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. William Bam- back of the wga w..
VAL :, Specialists in Building & Community Development a year's engegeinent..

ber.Mrs.. P rush Lowry has returned Dance to his bend l lurdey Set;
: ; 9 < from West Palm Beach,after nights .
Homes &Homesites in
nursing her daughter, Mrs. 'AlstFERNAtiO '
i I I lJfl U Harold Davenport who was discharged -
5 Waterfront Communities J from the hospital. Mr. LACOSTE
and Mrs. Glen Jennings are is our fabulous new
p1LAe4 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Prush heed Chef. You'll .... k

U. S. 41 SOUTH INVERNESS, FLA On Lake Tsala Apopka Inverness Fla. Lowry. The Jennings are from ley| "Adventures .in
Davison, Mich. Goad Eatinf" (Iwich
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hobzek,
from dinner I
their son Norman, and his fath- $1.25 -
Lake Tsala Gardens Point 0' Woods Bel Air Inverness Shores East Cove er-in-law Mark Cukrov visited frsjn $1.85)CrIM'
Rainbow Springs, and also madea at tT.I..fweRssst .
trip to Eustls. to visit Mr. or Island cocktail .
and Mrs. Louis Kofron last lounge from. 75{.
The Orange Hotel an old week.Welcome
Inverness landmark, holds a the return of Mr. Pius hPott
STARTING TODAY!!! fortune In memories for and Mrs. Herbert King from
many persons. It's colorful Moline Ill. PII'. is.Cryst..1 .
hostelry has been a gather- The dinner at the last meet- River
ing place for a'host of out- Ing of the Sportsmens Park I
of-state visitors to Citrus Club was enjoyed by a very fine
County down through the group of members.Games were
.,,) years. One of these, Mrs. played after a short business

Mary Nash (shown in a favorite meeting. -


FORD DEALER ANNUAL has been the"sun Orange coming parlor"Hotel to Invernessand for chair 27) 'The main Silver Spring Springs at Florida's is- fur i n

years. She tells why in a
A t sNAP estimated to be more than
Chronicle story o'n Page 6B.
100,000 years old. Masto- '
don and other pre-historic ,'
UP W1NTER animals used it for. a water- f' ", .

ing hoi e.
A Public Notice


REQUEST FOR BID ON .
: REAL HIGHLANDS(
MOUNTED DUMP BODY AND < ,

HOIST 'FAWednesday_ITN CHAPEL Let Us Ro.Stylo
BUYI receivedby
SPECIALSIT'S Sealed bids will be
Your Heir
of Commissioners ,
the Board County at 7:30
p.m.
Citrus County.
Florida up to 10IOOA.M.E.S.T. Prayer Singing Study All Work Guaranteed

February 4, 1963, at which time SUNDAY SERVICES EVA H01DEM.
and place all bids received will Owner.
Church School..10:00
: a.m.
aloud for
be opened and read a

THAT TIME OF THE YEAR AGAIN JUST LIKE LAST YEAR IT'S COLD, COLD COLD MOUNTED HOIST with DUMP specifications BODY AND ji| Worship Evang. 'Servi:......ce..7:30... 11:00 p.a.m.m. LiMedeSlwp.Osvtr

follows
UP NORTH AND EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF BRAND-NEW FORDS ARE COMING DOWN SOUTH BODY JAY & ELSIE PRENTISS
1. Contractors.
Heavy Duty Pastors

All PRICED TO MOVE APPETIZING SAVINGS FOR YOU IMMEDIATE DELIVERIES. city 2. 10 with Yard 12 yard water ends.level capa- Phone 726-8683 Orange H..1

3. 12 feet long x 7' wide In- Prayer for Sick Any Time Phone 726-1042

EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU LIKE HURRY IN NOW AND GET YOUR TEETH INTO A BARGAIN 4.side.10 gauge steel sides and Cordial Welcome to Youl I

front; 7 gauge steel floor; 7
gauge tailgate.
5. 4" structural steel cross- A.A-MARINE PLYWOOD
.. members. BOATS
Swap for a Falcon and .. 6. 6" structural steel longitu The Very Best Materials

savel) Choose from 15 dinals.
-. 7. Crossmembers gusseted to Carycraft Boat Works
fun-loving '63 Falcon longitudinals.

wagons, convertibles, 8. Body top rail, side; 45 degree 1 Mile East on State Hwy. 44
sloped running boards and
,
and sedans, (including rub rail to be formed from one

America's lowest- piece.
9. Body running boards to be
priced 6-passenger one piece and incorporated 45 LOOKMono
sedan. degree slope.
10. Inside body corners to incorporate -
Based on a comparison of 45
degree slope.
manufacturers' retail
suggested
11. Tailgate horizontal bracesto
prices for cars comparably .
equipped. ;._<' : _! be self cleaning type with
'.. .. top flange incorporating 45 degree -
slope.
12. Top rail of sides and tailgate -
Trade now for a hand / to be reinforced with one
.
some new middle- --' continuous piece inverted chan- Chain Saws
nel.
weight Fairianel Big- 13. Minimum of 4 vertical pyra- $89.50 Up. We service what we sell.ARCHER'S .
car advantages at mid type side braces in addi-
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compact cost. Nine
posts. Hwy 41 No. Evinrude Motors my r..... Florida
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models ; including.. Heavy duty hardware, hinges -
etc.
- new middleweightwagons 15. Continuous welded constr-
and hardtops. uction throughout.
16. Full apron across rear of.
body to hide body understructure. -

Save on a big Fordl .
17. Paint; one coat rust inhibi- zinc
Enjoy Ford Galaxie'snew -- ting primer, one coat automo- bf t 3C
$10 Million Ride = tive primer, one coat finish Ligrersr
paint.
in a luxurious sedan, 18. 10 gauge 36 Inch cab pro-

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convertible all with with 7. gauge steel side guss-
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service-saving fea- HOIST
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turest open Bar aad Pckfe Good
length class 11 front mount
S Miles South oa Hiftawy 41
telescopic 20-ton capacity,sub-
frame and longsills to mesh,
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structural 2. Hoist frame steel to channel.be made from Fresh Onion PlantsMuffipfyiig

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BE SMART..BUY: SMART RS. YOUR PRESENT CAR DOES -NOT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR, Circuit Francis Court W.Williams and Clerk,Clerkof of and Sweet Bermuda y# tadi.

the Board, or Bennie Barnes,
; 1 "": .", Road Superintendent. Citrus Also Bed* PfcHs
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Chick Chivy Ford, Inc. BOARD any OF and CITRUS COUNTY all bids.COUNTYBy COMMISSIONERS Landscape Nursery

.- .. : FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS

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1 Plantation Golf NewsThe I But Hem reeSchiraJdi Try V, Johnston.Spears Lead ScoringHurricanes ti-r < COUNTY-wm-DtlECTOIY 1


Women-sooIf- Association- uicial women* cv)> ne rating, Pirates Fail In Three : \

of the Paradise Plantation so that accurate: : handicaps can Capture LOANS Up To $400. Niyfer&Hdi
Country Club at Crystal River be establishes

met last Thursday for its week- Peggy Keller was selected to Hardwood AttemptsCRYSTAL One Of 3 GamesThe LOAN ON -
ly tournament. \Vinners of the make a special: award ol cold AUTO FURNITURE

low ball threesome were Maude ,,f colored shorts to Charlotte RIVER-Coach Al The Fighting Tigers of Dunnellon. Hurricanes of Citrus High 11 SIGNATURE Ftl Dirt
Farber Wave Shearer and Babe Cooper for her work" on Para Ware's Pirates failed to posta still on the winning trail pulled one victory of their.threegame points. .
out This was a West Coast Con
Adkins. with a six under par dise Plantations flat entry victory in any of their three this season racked ug their schedule CHh'1derS
.net 72. in the Crystal Rtv r Christmas chances during the past week *5 B e do Tes'1 i 137: Otherslending past week. Doug during and the ference tilt and DuMtellon'sfourth "Ut Us Help You Salve
Johnston win.
Twenty-two attended the ensuing parade in hich a golden caddy- but it was no fault of severalof a hand were Evans and Jerry Spears scored for straight loop Your Wany Problems"Crystil
heavily was aided in his
luncheon meeting at Port can containing golden sports. the players.In Green with Sand 3 respectively -, Johnston
the locals. losing efforts by Spears ..!.Kfc River .Ph. 7JI6 1 INPIa.
Paradise Hotel. After presenting equipment with two "golden' the west siders' trouncingby and 1 each by Bowman and In the
battle 35-22
winning a 12 7 .
paints King with fiU-
each winner with a golf girls won a first prize. North Marion. 61-39. Joe Elbrecht.' slow game with Mount Dora Patrick with 6. Bedford 4 awl HfiMce Corp. n6.* >>15
chairman: Three tables of bridge and Hembree found his the Earl Otting and ; PH Vw '
ball the tournament way to Larry Jin- Johnston paced the 'Canes with Whitelaw 2.Public. ww**
Teri Franklin, announced that oae of poker followed the luncheon locals net for 25 big points to right were pace setters for the 16 points. Rallying from a H*Y. 19

the Florida Women's Golf at which the winning prize lead his team in scoring.Frank winning Tigers racking up 22 three-point first quarter, the Next to FIulda Po.erInSUrOIlCI

Association course rating team went to Money Griffith and Mrs.- Schiraldi. who normally posts and 20 points respectively.The locals held their opponents to Notice
will play the Paradise Plaatation Cooper receives the consolation double figures for the Pirates Baby Bucs took the jay- only four points in each of the
golf course: to give It tai prize was conspicuously absent from vee thriller in a hot 45-41 preliminary next periods of play. REQUEST FOR BID ON hNIt

the lineup. Others aiding the locals Purcell was top Racking up points for Citrusin ONE TRUCKTANDBM Fire Storm Auto
in scoring Vo-ereCreenwith scorer with important points. addition to Johnston were AXLE DRIVE Liability
Beautiful Citrus County 6. Blanchard and Evans with 2 third straigt West Coast Con- Spears 9; Fitzpatrick 6; and Sealed bids will be received i R. 0. JONES'and JIIt< Wc
each.It. ference victory by slamming the King. 4. by the Board of County Com W
BARNEY A. REEVES
was the seventh straightwin Pirates 63-47 Tuesday night. ....... 'missioners. Citrus County,

for l'\onhMarton.undefeated The locals playing on their A weak first half spelled defeat Florida up to 10:00o'clockAM.
j in the season. The Crystal own court tied up the second for the Hurricanes in their E.S.T.. February 4, 1963, at West Coast
River junior varisity came and third quarters but Dunnel- 60-49 loss to DuRnellon. John which time and place all bids re- EloectricalL1MBNt : ippUe*

through in the preliminary lon's strong first and fourth ston again led the scoring for ceived will be opened and read InsurersCrystal PAlM
showing 33-13. scoring spree spelled defeat for aloud for a 1963 TRUCK TANDEM -*
both
team efforts
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! Coach Ware's boys. .18 big points. AXLE DRIVE with specifications Hirer Fk .

Back on their home court- Hembree sparkling before the" Following a 12-19 first quart-- as follows: Phone 795-2787 PW.fce *' Baylies
f the Pirates allowed Gulf High to home folks found the bucket for er lag and a 10-19 second Specifications for(1)) New 1963 Tile SawsBuilders'
take advantage of a slim Cry- 24 big points. Schiraldi also hit quarter trail the 'Canes bounced Truck Tandem Axle Drive heron
stal River second quarter and back after the Minimum GVW 35.000 Lbs Appliances
the locals were defeated by Hospital Notes for a 13-8 third quarter rest period effort. Cab to Axle to be approximately Ad.inal 1 and KeUmatof: Ever is hi.IMLFweriais
6354. 84". dashers DryersTV
The fourth
ADMISSIONSWing period was 14-If.
Coach Ware's locals were tied IThomas leaving the home squad on the Minimum 332 Cu. In Engine Stereo & Hi-Fi

with the visitors 16-16 going in- J. Virzine. Inverness short end of the scoring by Minimum FroM Axle 7000 Lb See us for CompleteHome

HOLIDAY HOUSE the second something popp- Anna B. Barnes. Hernando with factory installed power Furnishings
ed and the winners held the Pirates steering III1Hr'sSIpIIIy
William H. Maddox Inverness Crystal River
to 4-point scoring effort Zella R. Spires. Hernando Public Notice Minimum Rear Axle 28.000 Lb. Phone 79V24S9
while racked 14. Half- Full Air Brakes
t they up
Katie V. Giddens, Istachatta
time figures showed the home NOTICE OF NAMES OFPERSONSAPPEARINGTo Standard CabDirectional SkinnersFurlliture Ct.
Alma T. Jennings Athens Ga.
n trailing 3020. : BE Signals
Joseph O. Berry. Inverness __
After the rest period the Laura Tyson Hernando OWNERS OF ABANDONED (2) West Coast Type MirrorsAir
( Pirates again found the basket DISCHARGESWing PROPERTY Horn
and posted a 20-14 third quarter 1Charlotte Pursuant to Section 13 of Chapter Tires ((10)) to be 1000 by 12 15 Stores Ga., Ala. & Fla. CRYSTAl. RIVER PLA.

margin, only to fall back in Aldene Barth 717. Florida Statutes, entitled Ply Tires & Tube Reg Hwy Use Sandran Floor CoveringsWoodward

the fourth and final quarter by Leland Dixon "Florida Disposition of Disc TypeNheels
five points 1914.In Josephine M. Porter Unclaimed Property Act", notice Transmission 5th Direct -
this battle is with 3 speed Auxilliary Trans- Realty s.tk
exciting Cry- Jean B. Adkins hereby given that the O wWmTmk
stal River had four players Benjamin A. Casto persons listed below appear to mission.
hitting in the doubles. Schiraldi be the owners of unclaimed per- For further information con-
k stripped the nets for 18 big Jesse Martha Cook M. Counts sonal or intangible property tact Francis W.Williams,Clerkof On U. S. Route 19 CtS

points, while Green scored 12, Sybil M. TaylorADMISSIONS presumed abandoned. Circuit Court and Clerk of CRYSTAL RIVER
and 10 points each were addedto 2-0211-0004)()( Long Mrs Mary A the Board or Bennie Barnes HOMES LOTS Pteertplsq. .r..Me & It.,.".
the effort by Hembree and Wing 11Dannie Floral City Fla Road Superintendent. Citrus

Evans. Blanchard and Bowman Mae Williams. Holder. Information concerning the a- County reserves the right to re- ACREAGE .
each got 2 points.In Elijah Thompson. Hernando mount description of the P ro- ject any and all bids. Buy and Sell Lmtel Sits

r : the preliminary. Gulf took a DISCHARGES perty and the name and address, BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS With Confidence Precast Step

35-16 game from the Pirate of the holder may be obtained by CITRUS COUNTYBy Bdi"s P ae726-Ufl
Wing llDannie *
r: juniors. Mae Williams any persons possessing an interest : FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS DONALD J. McBRlOE
- in the property by addressing Clerk Reg. Real Estate Broker Home Phone 726J2rj42

an inquiry: to Ray E. Publish Jan. 17, 24. 1963. Phone 795-2652 Route 1 Sown, kavetaess
The Bank of InvernessREPORT- Green. State Comptroller as

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Administrator. Abandoned Property ; ; ; ; = I -: !
REPORT OF '
CONDITION of "The Bank of Inverness" of
Here the House" beautiful Lake Tsala Division Tallahassee f
at "Holiday on Inverness Capitol. -
in the
State of Florida at the close of business on
Apopka in Citrus County one may experience a way of. Dec. 31, 1962. Florida. Be sure to CONFERENCE-CLOSING OFFKE

tiring kissed by the Florida sunshine yet still enjoy ASSETS 22. Acceptances executed by or mention account number name
and address, as published in
casual vacationing 1. Cash balances with other "for account of this bank and out this
notice. Unless proof of
banks and cash items in pro- standing none
ownership Is presented to the
of collection. 23. Other liabilities 49543.48
cess $440,840.53 1
Bllts holder by March 25. 1963 the
Holiday House 2. United States Government obligations 24. TOTAL LlABn..mES.to property will delivered to the

direct and guaranteed ,159,769.71CAPITAL ....
Administrator. Thereafter, all r . .. ..
Fishing i ResortCrystal 4264624.38 ACCOUNTS Mt .I.
State Road further claims must be directedto
Ha. 44
an 3. Obligations of States and rx>li- 25. Capital: (a) Common stock the Administrator.Ray . . ,i' 1*
I ok. Tsala r
Apapka total
River, FlarHa I I tical subdivisions 97.043.03 par value 1000000.00 E. GreenAs z . : ,::j!: .
4. Other bonds, notes and debentures (b) Preferred stock total par Administrator
Modern Cottages (including 250256.26 value $ none total retirable ...
Publish Jan. 17. 24. 1963 .tPENINSULAR
Evlnrud* Mater Val Enterprises securities of Federal agenciesand value $ nonec

Guides Boats corporations not guaranteedby ( ) Capital notes" debentures
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U.S. 250256.26 $ none 100000.00 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Air
Conditioning TV
U.S. Highway 41. South
5. Corporate stocks (including 26. Surplus 240000.00 NOTICE is hereby g I v e n that
INVERNESS $ none stock of Federal Reserve 27. Undivided profits 3879.38 the undersigned hasbeend u 1 y
Phone 7957242Tomberlin's, Phone 726.5641 Bank) none 28. Reserves (and retirement appointed and qualified as t

6. Loans and discounts (including account for preferred capital) Administrator of the Estate o f

$ none overdrafts) none BURT' HOY \\ILLIAMS. de
' Moss Oaks 1,407,934.63 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ceased. All heirs creditors

7. Bank premises owned $25 ACCOUNTS 343879.38 gatees distributees and all

Fishiag Cottages Trailer Court, Sales 379.78 furniture and fixtures 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND other persons having claims or
$13,684.58 39064.36 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS demands against said estate are

Lake Tsala ApopkaHERNANDO High Dry Shady lots (Bank premises owned are sub- 6503648.09 hereby notified to present them
FLA. AOULTSONIY ject to $ none liens not MEMORANDA be the County Judge of C i t r us
Se.c1aUie in FamilyVacationing. assumed by bank) 31. Assets pledged or assignedto County at his office at the CourtHouse

*. Real estate owned other than secure liabilities and for Inverness Flori d a, I
One mile to churches, Special Year>raund Rate bank premises none other purposes (including notes properly sworn to within six((6))
TRAIL ERS FOR RENT 9. Investments and other assets and bills rediscounted and securities calendar months FROM THE
and restaurants. AISTRACT COMPANY
stars: indirectly representing bank sold with agreement to DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION -

MODERN EFFICIENT Hwy. 41 S. Inverness premises or other real estate repurchase) 2402700.42 OF THIS NOTICE
COTTAGES WITH GAS OR none 32. (a) Loans as shown above Each claim or demand must Inverness, Florfo

ELECTRIC KITCHENS Phone 726-1212 10. Customers' liability to this are after deduction of valuation be in writing and must state the-
Phone 726-<<86 bank on acceptances outstandingnone reserves of 61524.44 place of residence and post office Established 1921 Plio e 7X-343I
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.(b) Securities as shown above address of the claimant and $
11. Other assets 3884.90 are after deduction of valuation must be sworn to by the claimant -
Woody's Motor Court 12. TOTAL ASSETS reserves of none his agent or his attorney Frank D. Sanders, President Mrs. Frances Q. Kennedy.

Orange Hotel Ceramic Tiled Show: 6503648.09 I. Thomas J. Tobin Cashierof or the same will become void Mrs. Margaret C. Romine, Secretary Executive Vice Pre.id.M

Newly' Decorated LlABILIT the above-named bank do according to law. Exclusive Agent in Citrus County, Florida, for Title
EVERYTHING TO MAKE YOU 13. Demand deposits of IndiVi- solemnly affirm that this report First publication on Jan. 3,
& Trust of
Florida of Jacksonville Florid
Right In the COMFORTABLE AWAY FROM duals, partnerships and corpor- of condition is true and correct 1963. Company ,
Heart of Town HOME! ations 1,864.059.88 to the best of my- know- MARINE BANK AND TRUST

Separate Units, away from 14. Time and savings deposits of ledge and belief. COMPANY TITLE I HSURAHCE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Yry Cozy highway noise, quiet and! Individuals, partnerships, and Correct--Attest: Administrator of the Estate of
Rooms Thos. J. Tobin'Directors BURT HOY WILLIAMS,
by
where relaxation Is ,corporations 2503319.44 : deceased. Not a branch or any other kind of off-shuot-lt's the real "Iok<:.v"
Day Week or Manthf! predominant. 15. Deposits of United States
Commercial' Rates. 4 Government (including postal George H. Brannen Tampa FloridaBy
Reasonable| Rates acresPhi
F. Smoak HENRY; A. CARRL croN
far parking Commercial savings) 205499.20 Carey TRUST .Member American Till Association Fl rld' '' Till Asssclserr
726-1821 OFFICER.
16. Deposits of States and poli- Johnson S. Savary
trucks. tical subdivisions 1308716.84 State of Florida County of Publish Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24, 1963 3ggage@g ggg=53g8gegeee88OQa
U.S. 41 & 44- Ph. 7263865. Citrus. "
17. Deposits of banks 190.249.48
Sworn to and subscribed be-
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Midtown etc. 38380.39 fore me this 10th day of January -
19. TOTAL DEPOSITS 1963. and 1 hereby certify
Trailer Park 6110225.23 that I am not an officer or 4& ...
director of this bank.
(a) Total demand deposits '
3106502.50 Edith J. Wenner Notary Public ;
1 block Sa. of Court Haus (b) Total time and savings My commission expires Oct. _ _
Back of Marty's Diner THIS SPACE AVAILABl deposits 3003722.73 21, 1966.Publish .

Special Year 'Round Rats Call 726-3421 20. Mortgages or other liens Jan. 17, 1963. ii

Large Mobil. Ham Sites $ none on bank premises and "The correspondent in a
other real estate,
$ none on
Trailers far Rent Adults none divorce case is often the fellow _

Econ Wash who wishes that half the
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'Inverness Phone 726-4371 for borrowed money things he's accused, of couldbe

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New Peach FloridawonProduced $9,600.

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and recommended
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Fish Camp owners Motel nd Hotel operators list your FLORIDA EXPERIMENT STATIONAt c 2 bedroom tile bath breakfast room 2 car forage
accommodations under this heading and The Chronicle will publish .Mj., I 1 Custom Built
FREE a picture of your place and what ic offers. This t LastA '4p
section will be sent to more than 1500 homes ont-of-the-state of Custom Bvilt Notes With Pretff In The C.uumsuIIyc

Florida as well as nearly as many in Florida. The only.cost to Delicious Peach Can Be Rased In Florida.
you, is the weekly charge of |1 for a 2-inch ad. You must furnishthe

issues.photograph' of course, and your ad must run for at least 13 Landscape NurseryU.S. Inverness Construction Co.



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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Scofield ICVMC-
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'. certificates, has filed same in my office aad has made

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-- -- -- 7 June 6, 1960 Lot 118 River Gardens Yrllttsatt G. JWwe.i.i'

PLANNINGTO BUILD? HOSPITAL FOR AUTOMATICOur FOR SALE -- 260 frontage on NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO CALL FOR BIDS ", UBtt y2
Sealed Bids will
be receivedby
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
100 ? work is specializing in Homosassa road next to
NEED % FINANCING repairing Julian '
.the Board of Public 1960.
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Instruction
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We offer 20-25 year Bank rate RCA whirlpool and Ken- Locklear home. Price $1600, The undersigned hereby certifies fuel Citrus County in their office 21 : Lots 11 & 12 Blk B- Wtlcr R. & AirBrtde Harvey
financing on our BEAUTIFUL more Automatic Washers and terms, see M.C. SCOFIELD, that it is conducting a iams Point Sub ..
101 at the Court House. Inver-
MASONRY HOMES. 6950.00 Dryers. We also buy and sell OWNER, Masonic Temple Building business at So. PIneSt.In- '

up completely finished,carport used washers. J & K USED Inverness Fla. 3-lc verness, Fla. under the fictitious E.S.T.ness. ,Florida Thursday.up to January 1:00 P.M.. .31 June 6, I960. Lots 7 & 8 Blk 14 LWt Lie.ett L. & Luctife Richie
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included. For free brochure WASHERS, North of town. Ph. name of Greens.FUeJGas'Service #1, Homosassa
FOR SALE -- 22 ft. aluminum and that said firm is 1963 at which time and place aU'ids -
write Box 23, Leesburg, Fla. 7,26-2622_. 3-tfc received will 1960 Lots 1 to 23 "tact., BHc Theodore ChaafcalocJ
. be 6.
I trailer 10 x 22 ft attached composed of the following per- : publicly 34 June ...
3-4c.. BUY 49 USED CARS at $500 Fla. room, roof over trailer,on son -whose name and place of opened and read aloud for furn- -,.. .."'. 179 Unit #4. Town of
each and still have$500 left over 50 190 ishing'all materials and 1 b ''. Homasassa -
x ft. lot. Two bIb from residence as follows: a 0 r
WANTEDExperienced p e r-' 35/: June 6, 1960 Lot 18 Blk 238, Uak ,*, J..... A. 0weM
to fill the tanks. Come intoBennett's and
gas lake with constructing:
J son to do income tax work,part privileges. Parsons Harrison Gas Service. Inc..a Town of Homosassa
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'time. Desk space equipment Drug Store and ask Point Hernando. $1500 cash or Florida corporation, ADDITIONS I. -

about the sensational offer on terms. L.M. SAPP P.O. Box 3301 14th St.W.,Bradenton ...-t2CRYSTAL-_ Lots 14 & 15 Rlk 301, Unit
furnished. Write Box 777, I n- 37; June 6, 1960 ? H. aa*MM S. Dunnett
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.verness. 1-tfc REXALL SUPER PLENAMINS. 143. Lacoochee Fla. 3r2pIN Florida, RIVERELEMENTARY : #8. Town of Homosassa
While you're there enter our Ownership of Greens Fuel Gas SCHOOL >

SNAPSHOT DEVELOP I NG at $50,000 "Money in the Bank" CRYSTAL RIVER Mobile Service BOOKER T.WASHINGTON 48 t June 6. 1960 Lots 6 & 7 Rlk 298 UIIk' Dora V..1....., .

ZELLER MUSEUM and Sweepstakes. First Prize up- .home iees on U.S. 19 S., 70 X is as follows: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL "9, Town of HomoMssa

studios camera shop.Fast, to $25,000.00 Just enough for 75, all with central water. $23 HarrisonGasServiceInc. CARVER JUNIOR HIGH "

courteous, quality service by the cars and gas we mentioned. down and $10.mo. Contact It is its intention to apply to SCHOOL 51 June 6. 1960 Lot 27 Blk 308, Uric #9, C. R.lhlllulR

experts. U. S.41N.Inver ness. .FLORA: VEAL owner at 795- the Clerk of the Circuit Court in Additions to be one story o f Town of Homosassa -0

52-tfc .2822 or 795.1410. 47-tf ,and for Citrus County, Floridato brick block concrete steel and

the said of wood frame construction. Lot 3 Bit 325 W Hmihit Aawl.rs4tt
Real EstateLooking FOR SALE-Two bedroom house re ster name 58 June 6. 1960 link # ,
keen s Fuel Gas Service under Crystal River Elementary Town of Homosassa .
:WANTED good home for young ;overlooking Boat Basin Tsala School 3429 ft.
,the provisions of Chapter 20953, sq. Lot 14 31k: 337
Gardens. and electric -
t female Ph. 726rl2&2 hunting dog. 3-lc For heat. Fireplace$9,500.00. Contact laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. Booker T. Washington Elementary 64 June 6. 1960 I Unit IIJ K)), Tow of Gl..w & Willie SUn'us
2600 ft.
School-
hand hands sq. FDmosassa ,
406 Witness my ,(our ) : '
BRUCE W. ELLIS N. O- this 18th day of December 1962 Carver JuniorHighSchool2940 61: June 6, 1960 J aAaes W. &. Denfeby M.
FOR SALE--Console sewing sceola. Avenue Inverness Fla. ft. Lots 10 & 11 Blk 347, IMC

machine Food mixer Toaster A Bargain 2-3p HARRISON GAS SERVICE INC. Any Bid sq. received after the #10, Town of Homesasea
Frank Bennett
10 Handmade other BY A.
Quilt tops ( )
1 specified time and date will not
r household items.JOHN BRYAN 4 room retirement cottage with For Beat President. be considered. 68 June 6, 1960 Lot 13 Blk 347, Unit #10, James W.Raymond. At Der ik Stickney

Rt. I, Box 134 Inverness. Call access to lake. ldeallocationonUS Publish Dec. rJ. 1962 Town of Homosassa
-
41 between Jan. 3, 10. 17 1963 Each bid must be accompanied
t Citrus Hardware for informa- Inverness and ,
Furnished Home1 cashier's B.
FOR certified
RENT by a or
tion. 3-lc Floral City Lot 7 Blk 137, Town of .. .- .
,. aDd Furnished Apartment, S. check or bid bond in the amountof 81 & Dorothy M e 1AMoA
p Hand or Machine m&de draper- For A Real Deal Pine St., Inverness, aDd For IN RE: ESTATE OF not less than 5% of the bid June 6, 1960 Homosassa

aiahed .Lakefront Home'at MARGARET W.HAINES price as a gurantee that the o
made order 103 W.
experienced
ies to H.
67 23
I 6 1960 Lot Blk Parsons Point
June ,
I. operator. Ph. 726-1885. 3-3c Call or See Floral City. See M. C. SCO- DeceasedIN Bidder, if awarded the contract,

t : IELD. 36tfe.FOR : THE COURT OF THE will within ten ((10) consecutive .
Being a part of Tract 10 U. COUNTY JUDGE calendar days after written notice 119 6 1960June
'ANTIQUE BRICK for sale. WithLaPopkaIslands June Blk F stake 93 .
: Begin at a
'I I Large amount and colors to : R NT-Nice Trailer lots, CITRUS COUNTY* FLORIDA, being given of such award, ft from Tract 9 & 10 & -
choose from, cleaned and de' lake privileges. $10 per monthat IN PROBATE.TO enter into a written contract going
in a northerly direction
livered. Contact HERBERT Lakeside Park. See SCY ALL CREDITORS 60 ft thence
in
I Chronicle. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR struction Citrus County, in accordance a westerly
RANDOLPH, Rt. 3, Box 377 A HIBBARD aC 38-tfp 645
direction ft 15 ft
% to a
I 629-6787. 3-3c 726-1223 DEMANDS AGAINST SAID with the accepted Bid, -
Ocala. Ph. ) Inverness alley described in ORB 9
i .' .. -- - FOR RENT Furn. house. ESTATE: and give a contract Surety Bond 365 New
Your HOME FURNITURE Ph. 726-2922 3-tfc You and each of you are here-. satisfactory to the Board o f I Page Mayfield
I' STORE authorized FRIGI- 8% INTEREST OFFERED by notified and'required to present Public Instruction, Citrus Acres '

DAIRE and HAYTAG Appliance Wanted-3 first mortgage loans claims and demands County, equal to one hundred per ........ \
$2500 each on new buildings. Help Wonted ny 120 6' Being a part of Tract 10 Herbert A. Dye
of the
dealer. We service what weaeh. whfK or either of you, cent ((100) contract 1960
'" 5 year terms. Call PAUL you may ,' Blk F: Begin at a stake 273

.I 3kfcI GK3NAC, 726-1584 or Box 38, A WATKINS ROUTE In this area; have against the estate of MARGARET price.No Bidder may withdraw hIs ft from the corner of Tract

Hernando, Fla. 2-2c is for semi-retired W. HAINES deceased Bid for I 9&W going in an northerly
open man,; a period of thirty ((30))
of
''REEL ROD 'service We said County to the County 60
I &
direction ft thence
or lady. Many semi-ret Ire d days after the date set f o r the ., ,
home
bdrm.
,trade aDd..p. BERT'S REEL FOR SALE--Two Judge of Citrus County,Florida, ; f in a westerly direction 645
Glenn's hc road screened porch carport people are earning $50 to $100 at his office in the court house opening thereof. '
:SHOP furn. 15
Camp, ft to a ft alley descr in
Shores on per week depending on time devoted of All work shall be done in accordance -
pn. left. Rt. 44.. S. Inverne s s :located at Holiday to the business.Maybe said County at InvernessFlorida with plans and con- ORB 9 page 367 New
river good hunt- you within calendarmonths
: Withlacoochee six .
.3S'tfe Mayfield Acres
can qualify. Forpersonalinterview tract documents relative thereto :
WM.
ing and fishing. Contact from the time of the first S
Dr. Wallace Hay Nobleton. Fla. in your area, write J. H., claim or'demand shall be which may be examined at the
announce. in
SLARKS
.
I die opening of his office for 2-3p,, !McGarity Williston, Fla.$?3c* writing, and shall statpShe lace office of E. Bryan Duncan Architect 12f, ; ",.. June 6, 1960. Blk Being F:a Begin part at of the Tract corner 10 Ulm PeICk

i, the practice of in' 180 ft. of residence and office ad- 302 1/2 Silver Spring .
75
optomeuy FOR SALE--Lot x on WITH'CAR regularly post of Tract 9 & 10 going in
WOMAN to call Blvd.. Ocala. Florida and such
Crystal Rivet Inn. Hours Sat dress of the and shall
Floral City claimant
;Lake Consuella, an northerly direction 93 ft
each month on established plans and contract documents.
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.. 43-t; with 45ft. Spartan traUer.Con'' Studio Girl Cosmetics be sworn to by the claimant and forms for bidding be thence in a westerly direct- .
: may
I Ph. 793-2283 - tact WM. SLARKS. Nobleton, his agent or attorney, and any ion 645 ft to a 15 ft alley
,
clients in and around Inverness secured from that office by depositing -
: Fla. 2-3p such claim or demand not so descr in ORB 9 page 369. I
deliveries therewith the f
SALES'Home making. necessary sum o
TV filed, shall be void. 54
descr
less in ORB
part
etc. 3 or 4 hours per day. Twenty Dollars ($20.00)) for'each
Furniture Stare Phcne WILL TRADE equity in t h r e e Edward C. HainesAs page 148 sold Clinton A.
Route will to $5.00 which will be refunded
up set
pay
::726- ..29 r ,We the moat bdrm. cwo'b'athhome-eJCcellent administrator of the
pre ,
Kreimer New Mayfield
,
per hour. Write STUDIO GIRL upon return of said Plans and . ,
schools W. Haines :
to shopping
) trade for a new TV. GOod dale Calif. 2-3c condition on the date of openingbids .
j selection of used TV's $25 center, bus at door for three or cleceasedFirst publication'' therefor. 125, : 6, 1960 Lot 125 Sportsmans park Joaigfc' afMf JfMfUne Windsor
four bdrm. home In lnYern e s s. Male or Female experienced June Sub
I ,and ux Write Chronicle Box 65 C. In- bookkeeper for building firm. ..Publish Dec. 27, 1962. Prime Contractors may have "
Write giving experience,salary "Jan. 3,10, 17, 1963 one set of.plans with deposit returnable -
verness.FOR 127 Lot 15 Blk 121 Town* tads Bcy c
G'R VELY TRACTORS -New, expected and references. P.O. ; the cost of print ing June 6, 1960 < ,

I rebuilt, parts, reap rs.ROGERS SALE TRADE OR'RENT Box 65 A, Inverness, Fla. 3-tfc NOTICE OF FORECLOSURESALE will be deducted from deposit Inverness

AUTOMOTIVE, Ta.* u. Ph. with attached BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT for additional sets.Subcontractors,
Tavern living quarters Retired Builder for Bookkeeping 131 N 1/2 of Lot 9 Fletcher 10M R..PNII
I and material
COURT
1960
3433071. 43-tfe all new.Doing nice busi- June 6.
Contact J. MILLER, Star with large; construction NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN dealers may have plans and Hts
ness. firm. Full or part time. Write' specifications but cost of printing Unless the said certificates shall be redeemed according to law, the property docrjNd the r e i II;
clocks heaters,chairs, Rt. 1, Box 72 A, Hernando. Fla. that the undersigned FrancisW.
t Stoves, All Kinds., Come see. 3-1 fully, giving references;experc Williams Clerk of the Cir- will be deducted from deposit will be sold to the highest bidder at the court house door on the first Monday in the mottb of February -
tables -
ience. P.O. Box 65 A.'lnver- cuit Court of when plans are returned. 1963, which is the 4th day of February 1963, at 12 o'clock noon.
STUFF FOR Two furn. houses for Sale or Citrus County,
f ,SALE Bring money.Hernando.' Rent. 505W. Lakeshore Dr. Ph. ness. Fla._ 3-tfc .. ,Florida, will on the 28th day of Plans 50 per sheet, specifications Dated this 27th day of Dec. A.D. 1962. .

r 726-2872 3-3c wEAt THY.If your financial position January. 1963 during the legal $5.00 per set. Francis W. Williams

I Fiberglass' & Materials'., is such that could hours of sale, at the main doorof Bidders qualifications must Clerk of Circuit Court
FOR SALE--Large shaded lot you the Court House of Citrus be satisfactory to the Board o f Citrus County Florida
See Priced from not add up to $25,000.00 toyour Publish Dec. 27, 1962 Jan 3. 10, 17, 13
'. __. ... 100 f ft x 150 ft. personal bank account, then County, Florida, in the City of Public Instruction, Citrus

ED WHITACRE $850.,to $1200. $25.00 down aslow don't come into Bennett's Drug Inverness Florida, offer for County.
.I as $10.00 per month. Con- sale and sell at public The Board of Public Instruc- TRAFFIC'
R ut.44. 726- Store and ask about our fan- outcryto NOTICE BY PUBLICATION INCREASE YOUR STORE BY A
OSSENFORT tion, Citrus County reserves
tact JOHN
the highest and best bidder
Wlthlacooche.'RIwr 1371. Sportsmen's Park. 3-tfc tastic Super Plenamins offer. for cash following described the right to'waive informalitiesin NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN PLANNED ADVERTISING PROGRAM

phon.748.6593WANTEDWill. AVON CALLING property situated in Citrus any;Bid and to reject any o r that undersigned,desiring to IN YOUR

I FOR SALE--Three bdrm. two WOMEN who want to be suc- County, Florida, to-wit: all bids to re-advertise for additional ' engage in business under the
:' buy crippled o r bath tile roof carport and in bids and to fictitious name of Citrus Motelat _
cessful and earn good money Lot #26 Block B.Potterfield'sGulf accept any CiTRUS COUNTY CItIOIICLi I
worthless cattle horses and utility. Lot 100 ft xX150 ft. their spare time. Money-back Stream Acres Crystal bid and any combination o f Inverness, Florida intends to

mules. Call ALLARD RICH-. $500 down atSportsmen s Park, guarantee make Avon Cosmetics River alternates that in its judgm e n twill register the said name wih the

''M SON, Lecanto. 795-2401: see JOHN OSSENFORT, 726- very much in demand and pursuant to the Final Decree of be for the best interest o f clerk of the circuit court of "For Pleasant
3-tfc Citrus, County, Florida. Living"WALTER'S
I 2-3p 1371. easy to sell. For interview Foreclosure entered in a case the Owner.

write INEZ HEWITT. P.O. Box pending in said Court the styleof BOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION Dated at Inverness Florida. _

FOR SALE -- 20 ft. Travel FOR SALE--Two bdrm. home. 485. Clermont. Fla.: 3-lc which is Mid-State Homes, this day of January A.D. 1963. I DUVAL ISLAM) ADDITION

f t Trailer complete. Bench saw Jal. porch, garage modern. Inc., a Florida corporation, BY: Harry K. Buie Elmer Eichhorn
o new. Dexter lock set new. 4 Lot 100 ft x 150 ft. at Sports- INTERVIEWER WANTED FOR Plaintiff Secretary Helen Eichhorn
vs. Orbia C. Jowersand You will see here the "Wonderful Difference
piece Foley saw filing outfit men's Park. Contact JOHN OS pan-time telephone survey in Mary Lou Jowers, his wife, Publish Jan. 10, 17.24, 1963 Inverness, Florida Trees Make."Spacious homesites areenchaoced

used "hand saws. 1958 Chev. SENFORT. 726-1371. 3-tfc:: January. Give phone number. and Garland B. Potterfield De- Owners by towering live oaks, providing the de ir d privacy -
pick-up 1/2 ton. H. KNICKER- Prefer private line. Not a sel- All ofthe poisonous snakesof Date of first publication Jan. 17,
fendants and
the docket of
number and the and comfort
adding to beauty
FOR SALE--Lot 100 ft wide : Publish 17, 24, 31. your
Gospel Island Ph. tUng erica. shownat January
BOCKER. ; job. Air mail letter in- North Am are
of which is #1469.WITNESS ; home. All homesites have access to Lake Ts a 1 a_
142 ft consisting lights 7 1963
deep ,
726.1134. 2-2c February
education work
eluding experIence Ross Allen's Reptile
hand and the,
my Apopka and outlet to the Withlacoochee River.
and
water cess pool. Inquire o E
FREE DUMPING "D1RTONLY FJi. COPE, at Highlands N. and names of references official seal of said Court this 9'' Institute at Florida's See making a wonderful system of waterways for your

Landscape NurserySportsmen's Trailer Park, Inverness Fla.;1 to: AMERICAN RESEARCH day Jan. 1963.FRANCIS Silver Springs including the added pleasure. Drive out today or send for bro
Park BUREAU, Field Staff Dept., W. WILLIAMS !Florida. chure.
blocks West of U.s. 41. 3-21]p Beltsville Maryland. 3-lc rattlesnake water moccasin -
CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy
and coral !his
copperhead
We got too much stuff come'see $25,000 WILL BUY a large lo't : Virginia S. Williams snake. Summer' DALE WALTER

come buy STUFF FOR or pay off a small mortgage Card of Thanks Deputy Clerk
SALE Hernando. Harry M. Hobbs You're getting old when a slim

with$25,000 money First left Prize overl in! Win Rexall'"Money up ti;s 1 The kindness and sympathy of Attorney for Plaintiff: waistline and a broad mind It pays ID advertise Duval! Islandis Floral City, Fla.

BOY WANTS puppy dog. BEN in the Bank" Sweep, neighbors and friends in our 211 Jackson change places.

SCOFIELD Ph. 726-2911. Inverness recent sorrow will always re- Tampa 2, Florida
stakes. You have 1.010 chance:: ...
: main with us as a precious Publish 17 1963 =-- -
2 2c Jan. ,
to win I Just ask our Rexal]1 4s
Our sincere thanks l
'"
memory. e F
IMPERIAL fully equipped,air- Pharmacist about the sensa" and gratitude for all those comforting FOR SAl E FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
,
tional offer on REXALLSUPEfPLENAMINS. !t Notice Under Fictitious Name

conditioned, excellent shape. acts. Law. Three Brand New 2 B.R. Htmts
202 MRS. JOSEPH A. LANGLOIS
Sale by owner, Box Her
Notice Is Hereby Given that ; Consolidate! Get .the adVantagts of only! ONE
and Family. 3-lp .,
nando. Fla. 23p'"CRUSAD "HO ES" r Complete for Tiring ceramic DMA, carport, screened
the undersigned desiring to engage place to pay . only ONE payment each month well septic tank, iaalcioa, oil furnace, -
On Ion down.three porch, garbage
no fictitious
your money in business under the z
: OF FAITH" bdrm. completed solid_ Lost name of Florida Motel on ; as much cs SOX less than present payments disposer, special storage features beautiful

St. Margaret's Episcopal church ,brick home. Full price $6700 U. S. Highway No. 41 North Inverness ." have more money from"each pay check.' You can spaded lots-80X 125 or_ larger. Pared attests, all
invites you to attend the only $52.70 LosT--Black plastic billfold. also get additional cash if necessary. Come In or
intends
payments per Florida, to utilities in. $6,950.00 to 112,600.00, Cask or Teens.AN .
preaching mission nightly Jan. month. See Model Home on Rt. vicinity Cook's Drug Store car register the said name with the phone today for full information..

I '20 through 24th. Leesburg High '200 across from old airport in keys considerable amount of Clerk of the Circuit Court of OTHER LOANS $50. tO $600.c z MA VILLAGE FLORAL CITY

School auditorium.Transportation Ocala.HARRISON HOMES,INC45tfc,, money. Reward.MRS.HARMON Citrus County Florida. -

available. Ph. 726-1' 31.or . TROST. Box 24.Hercindo. 3-lc Eleanor Roberts 1 Mile Sooth OG U.S. 41, 2 Blocks Vest! oa S.R480Ph.
2 2c - CITIZENS LOAN CO. INP .
726-2210. -- -, Publish Jan. 3, 10, 17,24."'963 : 7265961EDWARD L. JONES,
.Court House Square Inverness, rlorida.J Owner It Developer ,
YOUNG MAN desires ride to -- -
up
Waterfront .home owned by and for Citrus County folk
vicinity of Buffalo N.Y. Leave LIVE BAIT 72-2$6l _
last of Jan., will share ex-
-
.
Contact Th.Best for Less Mobile Homesites..


SMITH yern penses.ss., Fletcher Heights BENJAMIN,3-lp In- Shiners SOC l)'os. l-rom Jl.595.00. HEARINGAIDSOfily. ,... STATE FARM ... World's SNAPP REALTY

2 box. Jl.sa Direct to Gulf Fresh aDd ,
MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED Salt Water Fishing: $28.95.Up.
LargestAuto EXCLUSIVE SAL ES REPRESENTATIVES OF
,, WORK IN CIVIL SERVICE Minnows Contact: .
No experience necessary FreeTrisITerasLandscape _
5 D- 1.00.
)
grammer school education CufiurctB it Insurance Co I INVERNESS HIGHLANDSSEE
All }
usually sufficient.: Train now Trotter's Realty CIIIIJ ,
at home for Jobs with Security.For Direct from HatcherySee Ngrsery Stan Hartson

details, send name, address Blg-Hearted. Bert INSURANCE US FOR ALL PURCHASES.
Homosassa
phone no. toNATIONAL Springs Two outlets State Farm Agent SALES OR TRANSFERS OF EQUITY
atCAMP Telephone 795-2410 1 mile ... ...
TRAINING SERVICE. BOX 6SE.,. East on Hwy. 44 PHONES 736-1241 726-2471
:
01
Inverness. Fla. 3-10o and
at Sportsm'en'sPark
Sit scn be to the 1st Road on Left,' State Farm Mutual-Automobile Insurance Co'. MILE SOUTH ON U.S. HIGHWAY 41

Rt. 44 S., Inverness Subscribe to the Ottonide. -
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6-A The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE January.'17...1963' '



Trooper Tests Women t,m Washington Hornets Seek Fkst .Victor t7r

River.Ramblings
On M rkersHERNANOO Crystal '"
Highway The basketball players at a first win oa Ja.. 25 wfceatbey

--A safety meet- ( R Y . Washington High feel their first take on dEe Wlkc.s from Web-

ing was held recently by the hardwood victory of the season

Home Demonstration Club. St. -. isn't far away. This,despite tile sterUnder fee direction of Miss

S.L. Clements. Safety Officer s fact that the Hornets are still Tribble. the girls' team def.*ted -

I Mm the Florida Highway Patrol by Laura M. Zimmerman : ; seeking their first win In five Webster by a score of 25-8.
consecutive battles this
sedsoft.
was guest speaker.Sgt. k
Clements told about the c The squad will have a chanceto It pays CD *4rec.i>e.

rules of the highway and sub- K Na _materialize, on their hopes for
I Mr. and Mrs.HughlenThornton Anne's Episcopal Church has
1 mitted test for the ladles to have been the hosts of their placed attractive postersthroughout S,. I I

prove their knowledge of the friends. Mr. and Mrs. Leon the town telling of

different highway signs. Bennett of Anniston Ala.since the coming card party to be given ;: FOR SALE

According to Mrs. Mabel last Saturday at their home In at the Parisy House on Route ly'>-

Roberts 55 members were pre- the Village of Picardy.Mr. .19, south Wednesday,at 1:30 -

Singleton sent. Hostesses Mrs. McKee were Mrs.Mrs. and Mrs. G. J. Buter of o'clock. The party will be a ben- >,. LARGE 3 BEDROOM FRAME HOME: 100ft.x 14* It.
Grand Rapids Mich motored to efit for the building fund of the
Coleman and Mrs. Slack. Lot. Located 1 block from post office aid school ad
their winter home at Paradise church and will be in the formof : only 2 blocks from shopping! center. Large st aas

Point last week. a dessert card party. Tables trees citrus trees interesting shrubs.<

Mrs. Floyd Taylor flew down may be arranged beforehand a THIS IS A REAL BUY Priced at $6650.

1 from her home In Michigan last and various games will be play reasonable terms

VALERIEInverness Wednesday. She expects to be ed. There will be a door prizein

: here about ten days. addition to the individual table ,. :v Johnson Real Estate ... Brsktr
j=(qA Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klinger prizes under the supervision of

have returned to their home on Mrs. Norman Adkins and Mrs. Floral City pfeoae 7>>--2784
'Phon7264094Won. Route 44, after spending past Florence Worthlin.cohostesses. -

._ three weeks atthelatter'shome Donations are one dollarper

I< ., Tues.t Wed. &. Hegins. Pa. Mrs. Winger's person.per person. .

ThurSte one show only. mother Mrs. Elmer Osm a n, Mrs. Russell Adkins has returned :
.t;. tg .
Box office fi opens at died on December 22nd at which to her home in the Homo- --....... z '
'7:15 p.m. Movie begins' time the Klingers went north sassa Springs Village after ...:..:.. ,.. Your Choice Many

to attend the funeral. spending the past ten days in the
at 7:30 Fri. two 1tI1JS
,
p.m. y' Beautiful Cofors
Mrs. Je Harned Bufkin has Citrus Memorial Hospital.
shows starting 7:30 p.m.. been enjoying a month's vaca- Mr: and'Mrs. Peter M. Weis r,+t,

, I Sat & Sun. from 2 p.m.. tion at her home in the Villageof have had as their recent house .. df Wdt@

' continuous.. Picardy. Mrs. Bufkin is a guests Mr. and Mrs. William '" ,!+ --........ ,,, i/ 1 Gal. $3.98

member of the faculty of Duke of Tampa and their
.j' Jacobs CLOSING ON 400 ACRES of property on the west side of Citrus County was transacted last week .
Wed. Thurs Friday University in Durham N.C. daughter Miss Jeanine Jacobs in the office of an Inverness attorney. Involved in the sale were Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Laird (left) of 2 Gal. $&.91
Mrs. Tamblin of Rochester -
THE INTERNS Mary a student at Goucher College Lakeland who sold the large land area to Mr. and Mrs. Lester B. Wright (right), representing

I Saturday N.Y., who was a guest at Baltimore Md. Mark Weis. is Suncoast Properties of Crystal River.The sale was handled by Bob Trotter (standing in background)
the R.W. Linder home on Maple the former's brother,of Tampa
I Double Feature of Trotter Realty Homosassa Springs. This land is part of a 1250-acre tract of coastal property
St. for the past three weeks left also spent a few days at I ihWeis' HOUSE OF BAMBOO bordering on the south of the Crystal and Salt rivers and on which a planned community is being
on Saturday to visit other rela- Crystal Shores home. talked.
--staff photo ,
and tives in Orlando.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beddow -

ZOTZ and Mrs. William Compton have returned to Crystal River .
Sun. Mon. Tuesday of Stow Mass. have after their soninlawand t\
pur- flailing Crusade :
Episcopal Starts '..>o ,
i .EXCUSE MY DUST chased a lot on Rock Crush Road daughter Mr. and Mrs. Field Day PostponedUntil r :

Starring Lecanto where they will spend Chester Pavlovski in Barran-

Red Skelton the winter months in their quilla Columbia. '
new Mr. Pavlov- At SchoolThe
Sunday Leesburg After Exams i
Technicolor
trailer. ski is American Consul to that

'I The women's guild of St.Hernando South American country.Mr. .* ;
Episcopal Church i n parish. Choirs of two to f i v e x .\
and Mrs. A.D. Williams FLORAL CITY--The Junior ,
Souh Florida has started a new hundred are rehearsing; trans-
I, eu4 8 "!V"4'.t@ 11 4"o 31'i4'' '! '0 , Sr. and family motored to Tallahassee her- year with the broadest Evangel portation committees are taking Garden Club 4-H Club and .r. .
Saturday to visit Girl Scouts have
istic crusade yet attempted in care of the many details of light- postponed their ,
Wade Whilden K
daughter Mrs. scheduled Field Day activities
the United States. The initial ing and music.Attendance .
.
Citrus County Farm Bureau Jr.Rev. program of missionary preach at the Crusade of until Tuesday Jan. 22, accord-
L. Painter, to Mrs. Don
Geoge pastor ing Shingler. Rea- :
ing will be called the Crusade of Faith is expected to exceed one
of the Baptist Church is son for the action is semester
Insurance for all needs. Life- Fire-Farm Liability the Faith. quarter of a million persons.
attending state Evangelistic exams being this week.
given
Purpose of the Crusade of Following the Crusade o f
Truck Tractor MuoJerome
Conference at the First Bap- The Arbor ,
Faith is to bring Christ to all Faith members,of each parish Day program was ,.
tist Church in Orlando during) also postponed until .w>
Brownlee AgentCall Florida restore the lapsed will call on those persons whb Thursday ,.
this week. 'Jan. 24. The three clubs will
Christians to church and committed themselves to Christto
collect 796-2526 Office 796-4312 Home Col. W.H. Craig along with plant 50 pine trees in the school
strengthen the faithful. The personally ask them to cometo .
his mother-in-law Mrs. yard.
Brooksville Fla.House. Jessie Crusade of Faith is for all church for worship.For .
MacMillen have returned to his
Christians and the hope is that further information con- Citrus Hardware
home in the Village of Picardy.The .
they will all return to God no cerning this worthwhile crusader -
Cot was Washinton,D.C. 11:17-18 11 Cor. 7:10, Gal. 3.'
what their denomination Inverness -
matter contact Harry K. Buie,
At a special meeting of the Crusade of Faith started Jan. local committee 27, and Rom. 6:3-4. Courthouse SquareINVERN'ESS
executive board of the Woman'sClub bless in the
God
May you
8, and it will continue all month. chairman.
Monday plans were comp- The third mission will get under study and obedience of His will I '
of leted for the forthcoming card is my prayer in Jesus' name.
Sunday in Leesburg High
which the club will giveat way
Amen.
party te
School and will continue through gt
the Tahitian Room. Port
r Thursday. The Rt. Rev. Chand-
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BeautyFashionable
t Paradise Hotel Tuesday Feb.
ler W. Sterling. Bishop of Mon
12 at 8:00 .
p.m.Extensive tana, will handle the Leesburg
u : Cottiers improvements are crusade. "
being made in the former homeof "
thousands of
x PermanentsFacials Mr. and Mrs. dam Picardon Many persons
have been involved on a volunteer :
King's Bay. When completedthe i
basis making the arrange ?It .::
Tints Scalp Treatments home will be occupied by ments'in each area and in each
the Picards daughter. Mrs.

Work Guaranteed Pat Dickie and her family. Mr. Salvation is another spiritual

and Mrs. Picard will take up Robert Anderson Dies; blessing therefore it must also ,

Court Square For Appointment Ph 726-1882 residence in their home at the be in Christ. We read "There HEAT PUMP CEILING I CABLE

Village of Picardy.Mr. Retired Military Man fore I endure all things for theelect's months,out in during during+ cool the Heatmg wires art
sake that they may also months. m the ce+l+a;. and lath room can
and Mrs. Charles Frierof Word was received by The warm Keep a have its own thermertat
obtain the salvation which is in comfortable temperature
Highland Mills N.Y. arrived Chronicle this week of the death all year automatically You save money by pvttmg the
here recently for their annual of Robert S. Anderson last Christ Jesus with eternalGlory" := heat where you want it.

vacation. Thursday in the U.S.Naval Hospital (11 Tim. 2'10).Salvationcan
I never be obtained by one
Jacksonville. He had been
outside of Christ for the simple
a patient there for the past
nice for that God has located this '' .
"It's really not a several weeks. reason :::

laundry to lose a family'sbest Mr. Anderson, a retired Army spiritual blessing in Christ. And J.:.,.,
those who have come into Christ
hotel towels. -Kenny sergeant left the military ser
Bennett, Greencastle (Ind.) vice in 1947 and had lived in Inverness have escaped from condemnation : -

ToP QU \.' 'l Putnam County Graphic. most of the time since. fore unto now life.no "There condemnation Is there-to
r
He had spent most of his years 61 eP.
"Don't resent growing old. here at White's Trailer Court them which are inChrist Jesus,

A great many are denied the but recently bought a home in who walk not after the flesh but
after the spirit"(Rom 8:1): .Thusit
Seed PotatoesShipment privilege -Lynn H. Carpenter Hickory.Hills Retreat.
necessarily follows that those .
Survivors include M r ?
Dundee (N.Y.) Observer. two daughters
out of Christ are under condemnation -
in Chicago and California.
not having obtained:
salvation.

Just InALLEN'S Because every spiritualblessing .. :
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New Patented Pecan is in Christ there is abso- r,

lutely no reason for one rejoicing -

HARDWARE while out Christ. Paul
STEWART MAHAN CROSS wrote "Rejoice in the Lord

always; and again I say rejoice" WALL PANEL HEATERS
tti} Blks. North of Court Hous Inverness Heating panels are located behind -
Large and most delicious of all. (Phil. 4:4): ). Notice Paul decorative gr* They are
told us where to do the re .individually thermestefccaNy CMtreHed.
Also makes beautiful shade joicing. This is the reason that and may be instated with smaft fane

no convert in Acts rejoiced before

he was baptized into Christ

FreeMovie Landscape Nursery for there was no reason for joy

until then (see Acts 8:28-39; ...
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u.s Hwy.41 No. & State Hwy. 44 EastMike's accepted 16:33-34))out. Good of Christ.works To are those not :

o us in Thessalonlca, Paul wrote.

"Remembering without ceas- .. -.- BASEBOARD
ing your work of faith,and laborof UNITSHeat

love and patience of hopein registers are

3 the Lord Jesus Christ" (I tucked away" in your
i Thess. 1:3)). But this work of baseboards Each room
and labor of love had be has its own heat control.
On Investingand faith to and the location of
performed in the Lord'sfteldoflabor untts eliminates cold

to be remembered.. If performed spots and drafts ., ,

out of Christ it wouldnot
The Stock Market -
be recorded in the Book of i'r' i. .
Seven Seas Restaurant Life!I"Wby

even Paul affirmed:
Entitled
Formerly Vi's "And you are complete in Him.
which is the head of all principalitY -

"The Lady and The Stock Exchange" and power" (Col. 2'10)). FL AME LESS ELECWHEAT TRICITY !MEANS

Mike's back In town doing business at the old stand One can be a good man neighbor -

Starring Janet Blair and Eddie Bracken. Breakfast Serving- Lunch x- Dinner Christ, husband but being and in father Christ out would of

t mate him better. And one can- ( AT THE FLIP OF A SWITCH
'
Friday Jan. 18, 1963 7:30: P.M. never be complete out of Christ.
For we owe God a duty that can
/ / be performed only in the Lord.

At Florida Power Corp. Lounge And finally when death faces us, There Is no combustion dirt, soot or film when you heM the

we can rest assured in the words modern way-electrically. Drapes, walls, carpets. ..the whoM
Neopolitan Style of Rev. 14:13 "Blessed are the
InvernessCl dead who die in the Lordl" But house stays cleaner longer; makes less work for you, fives

my friends you cannot die In a longer life to your furniture. .
state or relationship you have .

Popular Prices 24 Hrs. A Day not. sustained in life I Whether you're remodeling or nninc to buiW atlc ,yqw frame

.
This whole study will have
contractor about flameless electric heat
been in vain if we do not understand -
U.d V b.! .ft1tl1Ld lA. 7 Days A Week how we can enter into

Snc. Christ to obtain all spiritual -

blessings. God in his mercy has
t
revealed the so that we
BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1865 way 7 7f, kf
'; should trouble under ri1 G
; have
ONE WALL ST.. NEW YORK 5, N. Y. Seven Seas Restaurant standing. Space no forbids me to go :
OCALA BRANCH FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION
401 further. So if you are Interested -
B. SILVER SPRINGS BLVD.
further in this study. please
Member New York Stock: Exchange and other. Hernando '
Highway .read the follovrSngScripture9yourself
leading Domestic and Canadian Exchanges
as I give them to you:

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1 The general meeting of the I II I
Women of The First Presbyterian -
Church will be held in the
x
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nesday, at 7:30 p.m. Palayo F.
Valdes, a Cuban refugee, will
bring a timely message.Mr. .
Valdes with
was graduated S' y.r
1 INSTALLING; NEW OFFICERS of the West Coast Board of Realtors is.Neill Michaels (right) of honors from the University of

Winter Park District Vice President of the Florida Association of Realtors. The new officers are, Havana in 1946. He was credit
left to right. Mrs. Wave Schearer of Crystal River secretary-treasurer; Tom Knotts of Yankee manager on industrial loans for
town, outgoing president and new director; Don McBride of Crystal River, vice president; and Jim the Central Bank of Cuba for ,
O'Neal of Inverness, new board president. Mr.: Michaels urged the board to strive for more mem- six years. He now lives in
bers and eliminate inactive associates. He said success of the organization will depend upon Tampa with his wife and three
teamwork. -- staff photo children. They have been in the S
United States less than a year. S
Mr. Valdes has spoken in
special Tax Committee, which
Realtors Installed will affect Citrus County only, several meetings of Presbyterian ':
women in the Tampa area,
under the chairman-
was placed
I and has been well received. He
ship of Cecil Snapp. John Ros- \
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Seek comes to Inverness under the J
Better'lmage'New cow was named chairman of the 1 ( rA
auspices of the YborClty Presbyterian ,
Multiple Listing Committee.The Mission of Tampa of .......
officers were installedat chambers of commerce?" He next regular meeting of which Dr. Walter B. Passiglia 1 !
last week's meeting of the said he would like to see the the West '.oast Board of Real- is minister. \
West Coast Board of Realtors. board sponsor essays in high tors, which includes members 3

Committees were named and school on "Why You Should Own from Citrus Levi and Sumter -,. --
numerous policies outlined Your Own Home". counties, will be held in Wild- Mrs. VoegedingBuried

J.T. O'Neal, installed as new Mrs. Wave Schearer was wood on Feb. 12.

president! of the board,announced named chairman of the Budgetand TuesdayFuneral g
his various committees. He Finance Committee, and Mr.Arline,68Buried
pointed out that Yew people know A.L. Carlson chairman of the services were held
the difference between a real- Membership Committee. Wiley \ Tuesday afternoon for Mrs.

tor and a broker, or the funct- Smith was put in charge of the SundayThe Jessie Voegeding, 72, who died
ion of either. He named a Public Education and Indoctrination suddenly Sunday at
morning
Relations Committee to help Committee, with Richard Lynch funeral for John Henry Crystal River.A native.of Mich-
create a better public image be- chairman of the Program Com. Arline was conducted Sunday igan, Mrs. Voegeding moved to --dfII-Ao-' _ : .\... .

tween the board and other mittee. Tom Knotts was named afternoon Funeral at Home.the chapel Mr.of Arline Porter -, Crystal River in 1925. She wasa OFFICERS AND VISITING DIGNITARIES at the special banquet Scofield, secretary; (standing, l-r) Mrs. Fannie Forbes, noble
realtors and the general pub- chairman of the Legislative 68 member of the Methodist held by the Inverness Rebekah Lodge are pictured above just priort grand; Mrs. Mary Ellen Potter of Lady Lake, district deputy
passed Friday morn-
lic.A Committee, and Don McBride ing at his residence away in Crystal Church and the American Leg- > the meeting at Sweat's Restaurant. Shown seated from left t< president; Mrs. Maye Kernen of West Palm Beach, president of I
Civic Affairs Committeewas chairman of the RealtorLawyer River.A ion Auxiliary, Blanton Thompson right are: Mrs. Minnie Micks chaplain; Mrs. Christine Comer, the Rebekah Assembly of Florida; and Mrs. Edith Hurst, immed-

named with Eugene Knotts Committee.A native of Cedar Key, he Post 155.Survivors treasurer; Mrs. Alice Ahlsgaard, vice grand; and! Mrs. Tomi iate past junior noble grand. --staff photo
chairman. "In order to render Grievance and Code of include one daughter -
better service, the board shouldbe Ethics Committee was set up had lived in Crystal River for Mrs. Gertrude Schraldi .
active in civic organizationsand with Carlson and all past presidents 34 years. He was a veteran of Learning To Read.WriteOperation
and a son G.I. both I
Voegeding Mr. Van Ness Dies At 72
in civic affairs," O'Neal'said. of the board assigned to both world war s, a member of of Crystal River; a grandson and
"What are we doing to it. Mrs. Mary Jackman .and the American Legion, and of several nieces and nephews.
help bring business. and industry Ken Corbin were put in chargeof Citrus Masonic Lodge 118. The service was conducted at Alphabet'Now Saturday afternoon funeral George and Joseph Van Ness
? How are we helping the the Associates Committee.A The Rev. William Todd pastorof the Crystal River Methodist services were conducted for both of Mansfield, Mo., and
the Homosassa Church of Jesus Church with the Samuel Sylvester Van Ness a Charlie Van Ness of Dade City,
,the
Christ,officiated at the service Tom Price, pastor Rev. Being LaunchedStarting resident of Dunnellon for the his mother Mrs. Emma Van
officiating. Inter-
and Citrus Masonic Lodgewas past 17 years, who passed awayat Ness of Dade City; four grand-
ment was In the
River
Horticultural Crystal
. School
in charge of graveside ser his residence Jan. 9. Mr. children.
vices at the Crystal River cemetery. Strickland Funeral In the very near future to take advantage of "Operation Van Ness, 72, was a native of
FLORAL CITY--tri-county and Lawn Care--Allen Wison, cemetery. Home made the arrangements. hundreds of Citrus County Alphabet." Then there will nec- Hernando. Conducting the services in
Pallbearers included Brown residents who are unable to read essarily be enough persons who include the chapel of Porter Funeral
Horticultural School for Citrus, assistant. Ornamental.Horticul Among the survivors are his Survivors his daughter
Hernando and Sumter counties turist. wife, Mrs. Effie L, Arline; two Dumas Sr., Aubrey Allen A.I. and write well can learn these will assist in locating these individuals Mrs. Ruth E. Van Ness Le- Home was the Rev. William
will beheld Jan.22 through Feb. Feb.: 12'--Dooryard Citrus sons, RufuS Arline of Tampa and Williams T. R. Sparkman, skills while sitting in their own and in helping out with hman of Dun elIon; six brothers Compton of the DumeUon Methodist -F '

19 at the Floral City Community and Home Fruits for Central John H. Arline Jr., of the U.S. Lewis Charles .Barnes Jr., and J.V. homes or assembled groups the classes. Ma'rtinandJesse Van Ness, Church. interment was in
Center. According to Royce C. Florida-- Fred Lawrence, Cit-' Air Force; three daughters Jr.Attend watching television. "We need the names and addresses both of Exter, Calif., Nealey the Van Ness cemetery, Hern
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Williams, assistant county agricultural riculturist.Feb. Mrs. Josephine Stewart of Tam- This stimulating announce- of area residents who '' Van Ness; of Wichita, Kans., ando.
agent, the school will 19-- Plant Propagation pa, Mrs. Jewel Williams of ment comes from Mrs. Orpha cannot read or write, and we
be held each Tuesday afternoonat -- Royce Williams. Brooksville, and Mrs. Gladys VFW Meeting Brown and Harry K. Buie, gen- need the names, addresses and

2 o'clock for five weeks. All of the visiting speakersare Griffin of Columbus, Ga.; one eral supervisor and superintendent telephone numbers of persons '
Subjects to be covered and the members of the Florida Agricultural step-daughter, Mrs. Margie HERNANDO meeting of respectively of Citrus who will work as volunteers to . ,. w,. .
Distric 7, VFW and Ladies ; '
speakers for each are: Extension Service, Palmer, and one step-son Ray County schools."Operational. advance this major assault on ." .' 1 ..-, ,>. ."..
Auxiliary, was held Sunday at Alphabet" is a the problem of illiteracy here" :j
Jan. 22--Home Vegtable Gardens Gainesville. Bills, both of Jacksonville; two ; ''',"# .' '.
-- Ocala. Representing LeRoy new TV series designed by educators said Mrs. Brown.Television .: : : .
James Stephens, as s 1 s- Outlines of each speaker'stalk brothers, Thomas S. Arline of Rooks Jr. Post 4252 and the .4i
assist learn
_ _ tant Vegtable Crops specialist. and a booklet to collect themin Quincy, and James Arline of Auxiliary were: Commander reading to and persons skills.to Al- stations in approximately -
Jan. 29--Insect and Disease will be available from the 'Inverness; three sisters, Mrs. Vance Watson, Leo Root, Frank writing 100 cities are S
though illiteracy is generally
Control for Vegetables, Ornamentals Citrus County Home Demonstration Stella Jones of Crystal River, DiVito, Herrick King Dwight defined as a level below either showing or are scheduledto
reading
and Home Fruit Orchards Council for one dollar. Mrs. Bertha Kennedy of High Smith and William Howard Mil- show "Operation Alphabet."
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sixth grade, there is a sizable -
--Jim Brogdon, Entomo- This fee will help defray the expense Springs, aid Mrs. Catherine dred Smith, Charlotte Root classified illiterates Locally, the TV literacy pro- 1l {. .
logist, and R. S. Mullin Plant of Tilley of Dade group as : <: .
the use of.theCommun- City; seven Lois Mildred and gram will be viewed on Or-
Pathologist.Feb. ity Building during the school, grandchildren and three great Margaret King Rollins. DiVito write at the who first cannot read level.or lando's Channel 6, begin ni n g ::_.\-" ...,.
grade
5--Landscape Planning explained Mr. Williams. grandchildren. March 4, from 7 to 7:30 a. m. ? ;
Mrs. Brown calls operationAlphabet" _
each Monday, Wednesday and .
a new approach to ,
Friday. Channel 3,Tampa's educational /
helping adults learn to read and
write, and she looks for the cooperation channel will feature ., IJ
f
the course on those same days, J
C A-R-R-O-L------R- Mix- Concrete residents of in many making Citrus this County pro- ,but in the evenings from 7 to r=.

gram successful.Two 7:30.Those
factors are necessary persons who are inter-
for this success. First of all, ested and willing to help in this

Concrete Inc. there must be enough area men important endeavor are urged to
Ready-Mix and women interested enough in contact either Mrs. Brown 0 r
learinlng to read and write, or Mr. Buie at the county court-
in improving these skills, so as house.

16 Years Experience

Value Of ChamberTo

14 TRUCKS
%
Area StressedCRYSTAL

Finest Quality Fairest Prices _
RIVER--If the reosuIts much in demand. The new bookon
of the efforts of your Crystal River is a dandy and
Chamber of Commerce are a you will be proud to have hfed apart
L t determining factor in your in it, as we are. And yet if.

3 Plants membership, then you should bea we are to continue the operationof
SerTo ve You -u-- I member,as these results have this office, membership

. proven for the past several is a must. Why not make it CofC
years to be very good. So a hundred per cent?" Promoting Big

believes W.W.Byars,secretaryof Personal membership is $5;
INVERNESS 726-1071 the Citrus County Suncoast Business (no employee) $10;
P.A V I Ii C of C."A Business Professional. Industrial Underwater Special

/J new business, attractivein $25.Gas .
_ CRYSTAL RIVER 795-2621 nature, involving an invest-

I /V ment of over $50,000,a fine new Tax "Take"Shows Feb.l.Weeki Wachee"The

I DUNNELLON HUittr, 9-2831 family moving to Crystal River ,
'* a valuable real estate property IncreaseState
.. purchased, a new home under Mermaids and the Pirate" Weekl Wade Spring's dir-
______ SAND ()1tltlJlJ EXCAVATING J rental until the new one is built, Comptroller Ray E. fabulous Week Wachee ector of public relations Jack
9 V tJI T and added to our already big list Green reported today that gaso- Spring extravaganze will be Mahan. states that underwater
ROCK BULLDOZING of very fine newcomers a fine line collections for the first six'months shown under the auspices of die installations of over 200 lights,
of the fiscal
new family that we will be very current Homosassa Springs Chamber of 50,000 watts, emphasize the
CEMENT h ASPHALT PAYING happy and proud to welcome to year totaled $64.017.156, an increase Commerce on Friday. Feb. 1 at natural grandeur of this aqua
__ fSPIIIILT of $3,874.681. or 6.44
our community. .. 8 p.m. paradise. Also, the awesome
"And. this office was soley per fiscal cent over the same periodfor Henry Charles Barnes II, background of underwater c a v-

_ -lIMQOCK. CONCRETE responsible for these results'I" The Comptroller year 1961-62.also said president of the Chamber, announces ores and "mou lain", which
It costs so very little to be a that December collections bas- that tickets for the mil create an illusion of an unbelievable -

COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL member and you get so much in ed on November business total- lion dollar theater underwater fairyland is illus-
return feel-Byars\ spectacular are on sale at t h e trated.
s PLANT MIX ASPHALT HOT I ed $10,810,966 an increase of
OR COLD that mermaids
In a form membership letter Homosassa Springs C olC.A- He announces
5.33
DRIVEWAYS HIGHWAYS sent out from his office, Byars the$547,396 same month or in percent 1961. ,over dult tickets are two dollars and have completed: rehearsals for

PARKING AREAS said. "The fact thatwewantyou December collections children's tickets only one dol- this new underwater production
f dropped
and need member is lar. and that theircostumes and synchronized -
you as not Mail orders will receive
under
STREETS S slightly November col
i sufficient. We have acrobatics will a-
I must you as lections. The decrease in dollars prompt attention.
3S feeling that it is a good Invest- Members of the C amber' maze and thrill.
3S S ment and that membership of was $58,912. or one half Advertising and Promotion The famous Patio Restaurant
one per cent.Anderson
S will return to you much more Committee who saw the preview offers a cuisine 01 appetizingfood
CARROLL :1 f than you have put in it,yoube- CelebratesFLORAL of this night production state at popular prices, for before -
lieve this, let us have your the unbelievable scenic effects and after theater diners.
i check." CnY--Mrs. Willie under the lights and the excell-* .The Homosassa Springs Cham-
o ; Byars added that the future Anderson honored her husband, eat performance of the beautiful ber of Commerce Advertis a..,
CONTRACTING CO. INC. i looks good. 'The potential is Dave Anderson on his birth- and talented live mermaids assure and Promotion Committee
:$ here. What we do with it seems day Jan. 8. According to Mrs. a pleasurable evening of which advertises and promotesthe
to be in your hands. We have Don Shingler 39 guests enjoyed entertainment. They urge residents State of Florida on a large
Inverness Crystal River Dunnellon !? space to add that the new color eight varieties of wildlife meat and vacationers on t h e effective scale will receive dieprofit.
ed film is being shown to over prepared and offered at the Florida west coast to purchase from this show M r.

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, Published every Thursday by the Citrus County v The new Citrus County Cham- Milton Connell. The team is "
I To 5 Yeirs To Pty.
Publishing Co. at 107 N. Apspka St., Inverness ber of Commerce now has 181 sponsored by West Coast Title i 1 Up .

J .Florida. Established In 1890. Entered, as second' ( l :;1-1 .3 members little better and than has$3,000 taken In membership in a- Co. Specialists IB AH Typ.s Of Rttfttf _,

class mail at the eDit office at Inverness FI ,Ha. ( James E. Connor chairmanof
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t HERMAN W.' GOL DNER, President V =:i I 1(74 f.A \ :!;;:;!; total of 108 patients were! campaign the county, announces March three of Dimes high 1 Phone 726-4474

f ROBERT L. CHAMBERLAIN, PublisherBOB treated at Citrus Memorial school basketball games to be

G. TANNEHILL, News Editor December, according to Admin- played to benefir the drive.

RUSSELL FORD, AdvertisingSCY .. istrator Lonnie Moore.A Mrs. C. E. Smith'wit( serves '
\ 4 from
Tennessee
jittery gent j
Production chairman of the Hernando
HIBBARD JR. Siipt.
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hauling a trailer loaded with 205

I. Subscriptions $3.50 a year in Citrus Marion, G gallons of moonshine whisky, PTA will be oyster used toward supper.payment Proceeds of Every Friday
6 months \\\\WIo\\ was arrested near the Chassa-
Hemando. Levy -and Sumter counties a 15-foot deep freeze unit re-

I $2.25. Elsewhere in U.S. $4.50 a year 6 months howitzka turnoff Mulliniks Saturday.W. is cently Installed In the lunch- Fisk & Chips
R. now vice "
3.00 yearInCanada.Subscriptions
; $5.50 a room.
!, mailed outside Florida part of the year take the ae IIInvemess..7262221 president as, well as Cashier of The Citrus County Council of

$4.50 rate. 0'I O the Bank of Inverness, and Civic Clubs-plans to.calla_ mass 11 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Thomas J. Tobin, formerly associated '
for the public discussion -
meeting
When address Is changedL send the-Chronicle with Munroe & Cham-
of the projected county hos- S
I bath. your old and yoer .....addr.jses. New address bliss National Bank of Ocala,' pital. The Floral City Civic Club 95C

clime, not, sirfftcUi was elected assistant cashier. has asked the Council for its cooperation ,
f. A "Y outh in Government"project in a move to obtain}; Riddle Restaurant
was announced this week
THE CHRONICLE Is cMNL.r.f better freight and express ser-
1 Florida Press Association eg. Floral Cjty.....726-2260 11 by the KIwanis Club.,The object vice in that community. TheCouncil'a Inverness
is to increase youthful under-
Chamber of Commerce 1953'officers are:
Citrus County River..7952696THE h hW2rrE standing and appreciation of
I Crystal River Chamber of Commerce Crystal Hugh Barco, B. T. Keating pres.; C-T. Rob-
_--1 I good government. ertson, vice pres.; and Mrs. R.

'I NUMBER NEAR THE TELEPHONE project county tax committee.assessor, heads the M.Crystal Spires,River's sec.-treas.Pirates de- OCAlA DUStlESS$ $ DIRECTORY

The Man Has CaUseConcernDo Francis W. (Cowboy) Williams feated the Hurricanes of Citrus

FOG INSTANT MB6ENCV USf.SECOND clerk of Circuit Court,is High 24-18,after halftime knot
director of the annual
campaign of 5-5. Holland with 11 was high
/ March of Dimes in Citrus Coun-
We? CoUNr8y for the Pirates, and Glasco with
For
ty.Two 9 was high for the 'Canes. The

large bombing ranges in Citrus High girls beat the Crys- Furniture s. I s. Supply IRC
A young man with s very serious expression on his face strolled Gulf waters off the shores of tal River lassies 40-29. June Eagle

purposefully Into our office last w ek.He was tired from his long Citrus and Hernando countiesas Caruthers and Sara Connell

1 .trip from the Mid-west. He was sick with what he found when he soon as Navy frogmen can remove with 20 and 17 points, were top Company Your Htadquaftars laOeala
and without dud bombs from the
reached his destination. He was disgusted, not target
scorers for the local girls,
2nd and Magnolia Per the Fia sc
cause when he arrived in Citrus County. areas. Each of the two ranges while Addie Duncan's 17 points
This man. obviously intelligent but understandably distressed, The covers an area of o v e r 100 were high for the losers. OCALA, FLORIDA Luaber and BuM.a*

was a brother of the Orlando school principal who, along with his square miles. The water varies Offecers of the new Junior For Your Home Materials

wife and five children remained In Orange Memorial HospitalIn from five to 10'feet depth and Chamber of Commerce for Citrus Furnishings .

:serious condition aa the result: of a needless: highway accident Way . the bombs can be seen on the County are: Don Bradshaw, We Carry A Complete Lift put Prices Are Extra tow

In Citrus County.As Gulf floor In the Immediate va- pres.; Fred Hair, Jr.,first vice fa 207 West Lincoln Street

you might have supposed It was not their fault that the by babtaen.hill cinity of the target pres.; Dough Stephens, second BABY FURNITURE OCALA, FLORIDA
accident occurred. Another motorist, also hurt In the tragedy, A thorough Investigation of
Pl .lII.il.5699
vice pres.;Charles Fitzpatrick, CASH OR EASY TERMS J I19J!c
his the fish life in Lake Tsala ADooka
has been charged with simply operating car on wrong
sec. and Eugene Doss, treas.
side of the highway. Witnesses said he was Intoxicated, but he do all he for the will be made in the Spring(by ;
I The Future Farmers of America tinue to can Members of the board of direc-
wasn't charged with drunken driving. Unfortunately, this is the the Florida Game and Fresh .
program Monday night was benefit of most of the people, tors Inlcude: Ronnie Green, I"ftwt
case in so many of our highway mishaps. .entertaining. Fred Whitelaw with all that is available. Romewasn't Water Fish Commission, and if Jerald Sheffield, D. L.Kabrich,
With our limited knowledge of the accident we cannot blame the 'and those any thing can be done to improve THIS-SPACE AVAILABLE --r" 'Dr '
I does an excellent job as presi- built in a day, James Scofield, Donald Geritts UetevII" SerriceReffeofiag
Investigating patrolman. These guardians of the highways are far dent of the chapter, and it is who might be foolish enough to fishing it will be done.This was and Hyle Segar.An Can 724421 sad Repairing
of the need for safe and than of announced by a state fish'official
more aware sane driving most
Road is
easily understandable how he think the Gospel Island 85-year-old bun t e r, J. OaaeraalBuilMJp .
us. They have been face to face with the grim realities of carelessand at a meeting of the Hernando Reafdeorfal or
was runner-up in the state public going to be changed over night Frank Hall of Ocala.who got lost
drunken driving times mat they make effort to Civic Club, the being
so many every speaking contest last year. are in for a surprise. Money program in the Hernando area last
prevent future recurrances. They, least of all,have no sympathyfor essential.This arranged by Norvell C. Bryant. AaeWt
and
Fred has a gift for gab. And time are Thursday, spent the rainy nightin
Irresponsible drivers--criminals, no less. those two Kelly sisters, Pat n't to discount the fact that a The Floral City Lions Club an abandoned shed,cheerfully AN.... Gay TileS
There bean this situation. How will hold fish fry raise funds ,
must answer to ever-increasing reminder officials a to
It's to rainsoakedposse
and Sylvia, are delightful. constant county unaware that a
long will loop-holes In the law permit Intoxicated drivers to will the problem at for the further construction of : .
seldom that you meet girls keep was scouringthe country- IIHfiII
their of murder without the Rvn Hrn
manipulate weapons along our highways community library
who are pretty, talented, and top priority. side for him."Fight .
regard for other. Innocent motorists? If there Is the slightest who possess such nice person- ...**.. Obituary: Dona Jean Bryant, 7 Between Bucks EndsIn : 5 AND ROOFING CO.,OCALA
suspicion that a driver Is drunk or under the Influence of alcohol t hold- months, daughter of Mr. and Pho&e MArion 2.4072
alitites. The three contestantsfor The names of property Death Aftr Antlers LockTight" :
it should be determined If this resulted in the accident. And! it FFA Sweetheart were all ers involving land around sewagefilled Mrs. James H. Bryant Floral 508 N. Orange Set
did, the law should prescribe a punishment harsh enough to
Pond has been
very pretty. Sandy Baxley Cooter City.Obituary A new eight-unit motor court
make people understand that no officer of he law, no court, will : Mrs. Bonnie Dale
Sharon Davis, and Jeanne Still- passed along to the Chamber of now being constructed at Homo TOYS BOOKS MODELS SEE US FOR
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condone driving a motor vehicle while under the Influence of Kelley, 81, native of Wilcox
intoxicants.Such fried could easily be "sweet Commerce. What that organization Ala. resident here 68 sassa Springs by Mr. and Mrs. GAMES GYM SETS Ski I T....
hearts" of any FFA chapter. the City or anybody else ; years. James A. Miller--Springs Mo- *
PIIMbInf. ..
accidents as this one In reference Is a disgraceful and Obituary: William Abram -WADING POOL
Jeanne, contest winner, was the does about cleaning up the area tor Court--is expected to open *
shameful I In this entire be crippledIn Bellmay. 69, of Hernando life, JUVENILE FURNITURE llHltHr
\ thing tragedy an family may more experienced of the trio, only time will tell. At least one ; about Feb. IS.
one way or another for life..atno fault of their own. And of the tells us long and active county resident. of Free Gift Wrapping, D.vo. Paints. .
and it showed in the contest. property owners Obituary: Mrs. Ruth Myers
0 all because Irresponsible Individual doesn't have the abilityto Obituary: Francis Gilber *B.rkl.. Pwaps
some Serrice. Member
y
This gal should go a long way. "he Is quite willing to let any Crystal River, h native of Scott- Courteous
drive properly. No, we can't prove he was drinking anymore She is pretty, possesses much responsible party clean his Ward, 87, of Homosassa;nativeof sboro, Ala. Toy Guidance Council. Inc. SMF |..' Tuttle

: than we can prove he wasn't. Witnesses say he was, the officer talent, and has an unusual amount section, and this is what was Georgetown D.C. Newly installed officers of the Lawn Mtwvr
says the driver was In no condition for It to be determined (and of poise. desired. As we said before, we Officers of Inverness' new West Coast Board of Realtorsare Jock) I_ Jill Atlas Air. Pftwor Mowers

we suppose this means he was unconscious). ******* don't care who owns the property Girl Scout Troop are: Karen : John F. Roscow Jr.pres.:

I There are many lovely young or who cleans it. We don't Baxley, pres.; Susan Bennett, A. M. Barlow, vice pres.;Cecil Toy SHOP MirkM
We are not reluctant to declare our curse on drinking drivers.We ladies in Citrus County. "Tis take credit for starting a cleanup vice pres.; Carol Aldrid g e, Snapp, secretary; and F redFord HARDWARE CO.
don't care If they are on one side of the "track" or the of Cooter Pond or sec.; Jennice Hair t rea s.; Pine Street 'Slopping Center
too bad this beauty and talentisn't campaign treasurer. Phone! MA 2-3181
other. We don't care If they tote their beverage with them, or Sharon Smith, Bar-
i reporter Phone MA 2-4441
more exploited. Perhaps attonight's its surroundings. But we approve The first Crystal River tar- Ocala Fla 1
17 No Magnolia ,
r drink It at some fashionable night club or bar. They'have no bara Caulk, historian. Marcia
meeting of the county of it, and will be anx- pon caught in 1953 was landed by OCALA. FLORIDA
right on the highways. And when caught they should be chargedwith talk corbin, flag bearer; Martha
fair directors more thought will ious to see whether is con- J. W. Bozeman.
assault with deadly weapons with Intent to kill--or if the Yandle and Mary Ann Brooks, Florida Railroad Commission
be given to having a "Miss verted to action. LimbtrCoapaay
Octrii
accident is fatal, with murder! color guards. Remit No. 31 '
citrus County" or a "Miss '
The Inverness PTA has ear- Trail Ride For
"
Citrus County Fair. By the LOCAL AND LONG _e:.
marked $400 for the mu--
use on
way, there should be a pretty State HuntingIs .r 4 H Noise ClubThe I DISTANCE MOVING
nicipal swimming pool im- r
good turnout at tonight's meet- Since 1928 You Build Better with Kilt

t t tS Hundreds Of County ing (at the old Lecanto school). provement.Obituary:Mrs. JessieM.Van 4-H Horse Club went on Dried Luab
If there's to be another county SuccessfulAn their second trail ride Friday, Colllar'sTtnrfulWarthoiisi
Senden 89, Hernando: native of A esfleee Ha* of
fair--and there's little doubtof January 4. Ten members and
S Adults Are it--more people should havea Ohio. two leaders left Floral City at BUILDING MATERIALSBIRD
TargetsIt calf from the
estimated 1028 legal deer Long distance ROOFING
say in deciding some of the about 9:30 a.m. and rode out by
and 228 turkey were harvestedon Inverness and Crystal River exchanges PAINTS
L AId B
many problems facing directors. the Good Council Camp; on through -
Co.PRATT&
fact 500 and in Citrus the six central Florida Wildlife will be handled faster t Van GYFSOM
Is a shocking that some men women They welcome any help- 30 Big Island; and on to
County supposedly cannot read a newspaper or fill out a simple ful suggestions. Management areas duringthe places in operation Sunday Moccasin Slough where they Cor. Osceola and Taylor St.
employment application. Their are good and they are ment- ....... 1962-63 hunting season, 'ultra-modern toll switchboardsat
eyes were met by a host of parents OCALA, FLORIDA 1214 N. Magatlta
ally capable.yet they cannot read or write as well as most sixth Those of you who missed D.D. according to J.W. Bickerstaff the Leesburg toll center. and enjoyed a weiner roast. Ovals Fla.
Office Phone MA 2-8377
graders. Some can't read or write at all. Smith's contribution to the Region Manager for the Game will be returned to countyas Those members participating

These are our county's functional illiterates. But contrary to county paper last week really and Fresh Water Fish Commis- soon as Navy frogmenTen in the ride were:Joni Anderson,

popular opinion these men and women are necessarily unin- missed something worthwhile. sion. Carole Bodda, Donna Boynton, Local ind LM| DIstMtt 'Mtvfef
telligent. Their lack of schooling is frequently due to forces beyond Mr. Smith is chaplain of Le- Archers accounted for 69 deer Years Ago Donnie Concidine, Patsy Ka

their control...a need to help support their families earlyin Roy Rooks VFW Post in Her- on the Citrus area while gun The junior class of CHS will brich. Debbie Deems Amanda

life: Illness; or the fact that English is not their native tongue.It nando. His article, "Mr. Citi- hunters took 121 deer during present a melodrama entitled Tooke, Rose Mary Luttrel,Gin- Hill's VIM Strvkt i

Is sobering to note that the 1960 census reveals 261,443 Floridians zen, U.S.A." could be expounded the four .special two-day gun "Night Must Fall". ger VanNess, Paula Zellner,"

who are 23 years of age or older are functionally illiterate, upon for hours; it was that hunts. Thirty young vocalists from Mr. and Mrs. Mike VanNess.All .

inasmuch as they have had less than five years of schooling. This good. We'11 probably run It againin Hunters in the Ocala area the Baptist Children's Home riders reported a wonderful TERMINAL Corner Hog & H. Phi. St.Ocolo Nt....,
group comprises approximately 9.2 per cent of the State's popu- our last issue before election. harvested an estimated 512 legal will present a musical programat ride..

,lation. ....... bucks this season as com- the First Baptist Church. Florida. .

In view of tills disturbing faa.The Chronicle finds it encouraging By the way, enough candidates pared to 406 last year. The Gasoline sales made Citrus-- "How in the world can you

to note that Citrus and other counties are attempting to help are stepping forward that largest deer reported was killed County have more than doubledin tell when Limburger cheeseis TWO PHONES TO SERVE YOU: MA :2-342 & MA 2-712

the situation. "Operation Alphabet" is the program. An article voters in next month's munici- by Joe Berryhill and weighed the past six years. 0 fresh?"-George B. Bowra,
pertaining to it may be found elsewhere in today's county paper. pal election will have good op- over 200 pounds live weight. A Tennessee sailor accusedof ;
This 20-week television series could possibly be the answer to portunity to pick "the right Eighty deer 108 turkey and deserting his duty at the San Aztec (N.M.Independent* PACKING STORAGE CtATMCMaiui !

much of our coumy's Illiteracy problem--whlclx to some persons* ones.," Rememberthisyouvote 42 ,wild hogs were taken on. the Diego, Calif., naval base was Review. -

way of thinking. a real problem.We them Into office. They are responsible Farmton area. picked up on a tip from the FBIto !

wish the county school officials who promoting "Oper to you..but not to the One, bear, 210 deer and 66 the sheriff's office here. He

ation Alphabet" locally the most success in this undertaking. With extent that they are puppets* to turkeys were taken on the Tom- had been engaged recently in oyster -

the right attitude and cooperation hundreds of area citizens may be pulled by strings at your oka Area. gathering at Crystal River. Paint !
soon enjoy a new world,provided by an ability to read and write-- every command. Should you The Richloam Area produced The Gainesville All Stars, Cattet Brand

keys to a new life.Closely. consider yourself more capable 30 deer and 54 turkey. basketball team made up of

you should run for the of= The Guano River is primarilya some of the more famous foot- I

S fice. Believe me It's so easyto waterfowl area but this year ball stars of the Univ.of Florida Buy one get one

Guard complain when you don hunters took three deer and 100 will meet the Inverness Town 1

make the decisions. Few peopleare : wild hogs in addition to other- Team on the CHS court tonight. 1j

as qualified or as capableas game. On the local squad are Dick Kau- -

Those Credit CardsThe they would seem to be. B cat: This has been one of the most fman coach: J. S. (Buddy) Sav-

we'll take honesty and integrity successful hunting season central ary Charles Fitzpatrick Bill j

over cunning intelligence asocial n I Florida. has had in many Grant Kenneth Corbin John

continued increased use of credit cards by the American strength anytime. years Bickerstaff said. Zellner. Robert (Tootsie) Hen- -,I
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!
traveling man and woman has brought a warning about their care
from Marvin L. Holloway, president of the Peninsula Motor Club. Another petition is going a-

Pointing to a recent New York State Supreme Court decision round, and it concerns the im- ATTEND j i
holding a credit card user responsible for all debts incurred after provement of the narrow and YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO '

he had lost his card; and before he had notified the issuing com- sub-standard Gospel Island CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, SERVICES NO LIMIT AT NO EXTRA MfT
MARY CARTER ,
Road. Being residents of Gospel ALKYD HAT
pany in writing Holloway urged travelers to guard their cred i t HOUSE PAINT rticisiON COtot MATCHING
cards do their Island, observing the road'scondition SUBJECTLife -1 TtetibU wit* ThM>-
as closely as they
money.It SUNDAY LESSO -SERMON S4.re tk.n 1,500 'khRiwuMjd R..I Eataa.at l+M-
was noted in particular that the failure of the defense in the and the increasing / sh.4t.! Ecc.N..t hM 4 'r'''' W raliflat.E .
flow of traffic over It, we hope .. ,.,
New York case-that the responsibility requirement of the credit .. 4..bifitJ... .
... .eteJ.
w..4,
.MMJ'
that something will be done about -
hardship' the card holder.
card company imposed an "undue on H '
The court decision stressed that when the defendant accepted the it. Harry Baughman took CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY $ 9a CAUIVIRV : Mt'
card, he had, in effect accepted the conditions pertaining its the matter before county com- o 10 fW.r a.r CAM Naf[
missioners last week and they 2.* CAM rxti x atat,
Come Oscaolo St.l.v...... Florida
use.The Club's Holloway urging were to have discussed It fur- at Emory I
Chronicle Joins Peninsula Motor
11:00 A.M.
ther this week. It's good for the SUNDAY SERVICE
you to guard your credit cards closely.Uyou do happen to lose a
credit'card, or U it Is stolen notify the issuing company by the public to call attention to such SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. rr

fastest mail means at your disposal. Under most credit card needs as it often brings prompt TESTIMONIAL MEETING 7s30 P"'". Allen's Hardware Ae RNf H

rules, a telephone call is Insufficient.The notification must be in results. The Gospel Island Road 2nd and 4& W. h..
writing. does need attention and we be- READING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC- FIt. 2-4, (
INVERNESS
House
lieve It will get it.But"when? Her.Ii of Court ,
before meeting-
.Is the $64 question. The road Is also and! offer the Wednesday

The feller who Is always threatening to give you a run for your in Bob Gllstrap's district. This Location'Sunday School room. ,,' fe to DISCOUNT Paint StoresAMERICA'S :

money is more likely to hand you the runaround. newsman may be a six-month "THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU'DoFLA r rwwe,

newcomer to the area, but we -R.&a 970 San
Passing on a curve Is like sinning and wondering if you'll get feel CommissionerGilstraphas. WDBD-Raci> 580 &inday-915 A.N. MOlE THAN 100 STOW COAST TO COASTor
,
to he nn. done Is doing, and will con-








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Sheets & S stems > CHS Students of Month
Inventory It Happened In Hernando :-: Rambler DollarIT'S e.

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Walt Connors YOUR BIGGEST DOLLAR "

Mrs. HAROLD ROBERTS. "
Office Supply & Equipment "

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--- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Poucherand her; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gerber a PRICE PRICEThis

family have moved to Inverness of Michigan, her brother
where he is at present Roy Brawick of Tallahassee, price Includes Federal Tax, tervke, hondllnf, and d.*v.ry hi OeM

with With-La-Popka estates. her sister Mrs. Metcalf, of
I 1963 RAMBLER CLASSIC! SlOAN
I Mr. and Mrs. Dick Merrian Orlando, along with her daughter 550" DOOI

of Tampa were visitors at the Mrs. Jones, and three
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Re- children of Goldsboro,N.C.paid
COME IN AND SEE WHY mer.There her a visit over the week.
will be a Sara Coventry Mr. and Mrs. Bucher of River -

V party atthe home of Mrs. Lakes Manor have returned
Harold Roberts this Friday home from Miami where they
morning at 9:30. All friends are visited friends and relatives and
families -
There are man seasons why so man
have selected us to be their personal phar invited to attend, no invitations Mrs. Bucher attended the Oral

macy. . One of them Is our belief pharmacyis being sent out. Roberts Crusade. ,1/
not Just a business. Everything: we supply is Mrs. Burgess announces the Mrs. Ray Luca and child- This Is the full site
to better your health and add to your comfort. birth of her son, Randall, bornat ren of Tampa were guests at "Students of the Month" at of his class. Richard who L. 112" wheel base Rambler.
s>s Brooksville Hospital. She is the home of her sister-in-law, Citrus High School are two the son of Mr and Mrs. A.T. Includes
full
Our first thought Is not what we can fet the daughter of Mrs. Murphy Mrs. Ray Remer.FLORAL. athletic-minded who Carroll factory equipmentplus
from you, but what we can do for you. If Mrs. Merlam Spangle has returned would like younsters their was a star performeron 2 year. 24,000 mile warranty, 33,000 or 3 year chassis
you think this idealism is impossible to achieve, home to Ind.after spend- steaks. to eat weightIn the gridiron this past year. lubrication. Many parts lubricated for life. 4,000 mil engine
Dan Wolcott (left) Also versatile he is president
then visit our pharmacy. We will welcome you. ing a few days here with her CITY 15-year-old freshman is the of. the Key Club, vice president oil and filter change. Transmission and rear axle oil never

e friends.Mr. and Mrs.TomSiko. junior high student and Rich- of the "C" Club, and senior needs changing. Lifetime guarantee on complete exhaust
The WMU of the Hernando By MRS. DON SHINGLER
YOUR DOCTOR CAN'-PHONE' when ard Carroll, 17, (right) is the representative to the Student system.
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Baptist Church will hold its Phone 7 65966Mr. senior high honoree. Both have Council.. The "students of themonth" 5iof Tax, **".. I.istretioft, ate Ia.....
n.edG. Pick 1
medicine. $195 D OWN
you up your proscription monthly this
meeting
Thursdayat
and Mrs. Edward L. seen action of the Hurricanes'varsity project sponsored by Payments at $61.25. hKtorfei .Hit lift.
i u shopping>> nearby. A gr.at many 2 p.m. at the church. Mrs.
grid squad. Dan is the the CHS Student Council.
Jones have returned to their
people entrust us with their proscriptions., Hughes is program chairman. home in Zan-Mar Village after son of Mrs. Betty 'Jacobs of SAWAYA AUTOMOTIVE
May wo compound! yours? Visitors at the home of Mrs. a trip to Caro, Mich. last Hernando. He is a member of the "A legend is a lie that has
Ola Townsend are her sister, attained the of RAMBLER PLYMOUTH I MiLMAN.
week where they were called due Citrus Chapter of FFA, the dignity age. -
Mrs. Gideons, of Coleman and 2 EAST JEFFERSON OGATA FLORIDA N+OfK 622-4 US
to the death of Mrs. Jones varsity football team, the jun -Virginia Gaskill, Penns- ..
; brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. mother, Mrs. George E. Kerr. ior varsity basketball squad, burg (Pa.) Town and Coun-
Harris of
BENNETT'SDRUG Lakeland. Bkrial was in the famllylplot and to top it off, is president try.
Mrs. Clarice Brooks of Clear-
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Mich. (
peer
Park Hopsital there. She was
Miss Diane Pell of Chat-
STORE former Mrs. Fred Gill, of Her- .
nando. tanooga, Ten. was a house

d PHONE 726.2731 INVERNESS A reunion was formed at the Pell guest and of family Mr. and last Mrs.week.Marvin
home of Mrs. Maggie Cross Right NOW during
Tommy Lovett of Bushnell i
when Mr. and Mrs. Roy GerHomosassa -
I l e f spent the weekend with his aunt
Mrs. Louise Lanier and family.Mr. "

and Mrs. Manley Con- s
ii cidine of Clearwater, Mr. and E

Mrs. Lloyd Concidine of Wauk- E .
,.{ i1 By Mrs. Vincent Haven! keegan Ill., Fred Spear and the : "
Concidine's of Floral City were
Weekend guests of the G.L. luncheon guests of the Phil -i=
Barfields were his daughter Zellners Saturday.Mr. .
Mrs. Grace Colson and sons and Mrs. Hal Cook and

Max and John from Perry, Fla. family of Tampa were recent 8E .
The new pastor of Homosassa weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
i t s1 Baptist church is Rev. L.Glenn Willie Luttrell and daughter
Stephens Rose Mary. 8I i

Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Evans en- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carrollof
s tertained Rev. Stephens at din- Barton were weekend guestsof
ner Sunday and they and the his parents Mr. and Mrs. I
Barfields and Colsons enjoyed H.H. Carroll.
home movies of children and
Dinner guests of Mrs. M.W. E

grandchildren during the after- Tam Sunday night were Mrs. = of Quality Clothing Shoes Furnishings and Boys' WearYoucanSAVEupto$23onasuit
,
noon.Mr. Monta Bush of Salem, Ind., i
and Mrs. W.O. Durfee Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Morris, Mr.
r from Kansas City, Mo. are and Mrs. Burl Morris and Dr.
spending this week here wait- and Mrs. Harold Bonifield.Mr. !
ing for their new home to be and Mrs. James J. Pet- I
ready for them to move in. ers spent several days visiting
They have purchased propertyat their daughter and family Mr.

( LIiec Mr.New and Port Mrs.Richie.Herman Cherryare and Jacksonville.The Mrs. R.N. Daley. and familyin I Men's FALL SUITS CLEARANCE

here from Bay, Ark. for Citrus County Council of FELT HATS
twow Now you can own fine suits at great savings! All MEN'S SHOES
STETSON HOPKINS
P.T.A. will be held at the Floral -
suits from our regular stock. Wide selection of IE
two weeks they went fishing
City school Thursday, Jan. Most Wanted Shapes and Colors colors and fabrics most sizes available. Selected gr of nationally
with Pete Richards and,caught 24 at 730: ]).m. All membersare ;; famous brand.p0s & \laee-tf. i -
27 sheepshead.Mr. R.g. $8.95 to $20.00 HART SCHAFFNER & MARX, KINGSRIDGE, ,
attend.
urged to Were lll.M to WM;
and Bernie Neis = VARSITY-TOWN I
mrs. Col. and Mrs. Frank Singerof $7.48 to $15.98 $8.96 to $15.96
have sold their home and
are $48.00
Conover,Wisc.,Mr. and Mrs. = Reg. $60.00 _
having some cleaning done Ritner Chase Lake City Mich., i Reg. $69.50 $56.00
,getting ready to build a new
L home. Mr. and Mrs.Chester Crevelingof a Reg. $89.50 _____n $71.00
I
The Tuckers and Mr.and Mrs. Mrs.Washington Sam Cowling, n.j.j of mr.Penn.and, Reg. $100. to $115. ___$80 to $92 .

Tom Slade all of Starke were Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Walker and I!
0 at their trailer home here over Mr. and Mrs. E, Vaughn of = EXTRA SPECIAL WOOL SHIRTS

the weekend. Treasure Island in St. Peters- CORDUROYSUITS Men's SPORT COATS C IorfulplalcllaDC"oUdeollnLarge *yPeadtetoa

John Miller, who spent last burg are enjoying a vacation selection from regular quality stock. All .Arrow Bete*?
week in Missouri with his mother here. i! .,_. $24.00 wool and wool blends. Rich patterns aDd color 9.95 7.9
who is ill, returned home a ?, -a combinations. Reg. $ $

Sunday night. E= COATS Mt.uK$12.48 Reg. $35.00 ___$28.00 Reg. $14.95 $11.9
/ a t Andy Calamaxle arrived Fri- Rg. $18.95 $15.98
r I Ii I Reg. $39.95 $32.00 --
day night from New York for
his regular winter vacation. INVERNESS E Reg. $55.00 $44.00

1 0 1 Randall Knapp(brother of Mrs. eE
Stan Stookey) came in from PERSONALSMiss

Waco, Texas to spend the rest Sleeveless SWEATERS Men's SLACKS
of the winter here Nancy Henley MEN'S SWEATERS

Phone 726-8951 1 Reg. $4.00 to $8.95 Smart looking slacks to go well with sport Large Selection 1M% OrioM, W". ,
coats. Variety of fabrics and colors. Regulars Wool BIeftdt. Include may.......
shorts, longs in worsted and Meads. Long Sleeve pullovers, ........
For HomosassaSprings = $3.28 to $7.48 BroCea aloes but goad v......
Ladies Auxilllary, 3058 of i Reg. $14.95 to $23.95

WW one Veterans will meet at Reg.. $10.95 $ 8.96
the Florida Power Lounge Friday I $9.98 to $17.98

. By NONA M. RUNlON Jan. 8, at 2:30 p.m. AU Reg. $13.95 $1G.9
II ARROW-NORIS CASUAL-McGREGOR
World War 1 veterans with Ret. $15.95 $12.96

Better visited Lewis Lester Guard Worrall of Port Sat.Richy honorable to meet discharges with them are and invited e I Long Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Men's JACKETS 'hr. $17.95 $14.46

Mr. and Mrs. James Roach bring their wives. The Blood =
Bank for this district that was We couldn't possibly describe all of tfcece.
have arrived from their homein started some time ago has a 5 Reg. $4.00 $2.98 There are ItiO'i. BETTER COME SEE!
Cottage Hill Ill. and are -
Service to make their home here.going reserve of 95 pints of blood. Reg. $5.00. $3.48 Reg. $13.95 _$10.98 Reg. $25.95 _$20.98
Arriving with them were his William Kress of Tsala Gar- Reg. $15.95 _$11.98 Reg. $29.95 23.98 MeR'5 TOP COATS

brother sister-in-law, Mr. dens is a patient at Citrus Memorial I Reg. $5.95 $4.48 Reg. $19.95 ..15.98 Reg. $32.95 _$25.98
and Mrs. Melvin Roach; also well. hospital and is doing very Ray.. Geberdi.ee DeeneIWeIt

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klag- Ceel.en/1rie1
enes of Meadowbrook, 111. and Visiting Mrs. Maybelle- G. Reg. $19.95 to $100.00Boys'
Tomberlin last week her
Mr. and Mrs. Berle Miller of was I
Cottage Hill Ill. son Charles who is a pharmacist a $16." to $$..WL
.- Lester Worrall entered the in Chattanooga Tenn. FOR'I

Higher hospital Thursday for surgery .Recent LarsenwereMr.ErselSmith guests of Mrs. HelenP.

and has already returned home.
and of
son Jimmie Houston
L.J. Eiland entered the nurs-
ing home at Brooksvllle on Sun Tex.Guests
of Mrs. JJi. Capellare Boys' SUITS ONE HOUP
; Dividends day.Mr.. and Mrs.. Gaulin of Mrs. J.F. Pope of Atlanta JACKETS Sales'
: ' and her daughter Mrs. Madge DRESS SHMTSRKHJCID
IVY CONTINENTAL STYLES
. Hudson Mass. are back again for or
Buy Now for Next Fall and Savtl
Nelson from
;. .< several months stay. S.C. Mrs. Capell, Final
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Strel- Mrs. Pope and Mrs. Nelson Reg. $ 9.95 $ 7.48 Reg. $17.95 _$13.48Reg.
several last week in
spent days
ble of Wefferville. Mich. and $18.98
:: St. $11.48 $25.00 25%
Mrs. $14.95 _
Mr. Charles Van Steenberg are Petersburg visiting Reg.
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: t. ; 4.: Visit f .-. due back from ChIcago 111. C.O. Webb. Reg. $17.95 _$13.48 Reg. $29.95 _$22.48 ONE GOU#

/ J- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kellerof
ROBES
Huron O. and their-daughter "A horse race and the hUe
are visiting her sister Mrs. man race are equally unpredictable BOY (flan.) PAJAMAS Boys' SWEATERS REDUCED

Vance Aycock for three months. ."-Milton C. Bar-
$3.00 $2.18
>, Reg. Wtshabf Cardigans PuHovvr H. fxc"...,
Cr-.:' CUBBENT; Guests here are Mr. andMrs. nett, Everett (Pa.) Bedford $2.98 33%
_.i ;1 Raymond Boswell of Reg.
$4.00.
Champain
County Press. .Reg. $ 5.00 __ $3.48 No hltHNh
Ill and Mr. and Mrs. McFallof
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DIVIDEND Kannakakee, 111. BOYS' DRESS SLACKS R eg. $ 7.98 $5.98

COMPOUNDED Guests of Mr. and Mrs. LOOK LOOK FRESHI FASH1ONY1! LOOK How FOLKSY! Reg. $4.98 $3.48 Reg. $10.98 $8.48
many
Russel Adkins
8EHX-AXNUALLY Mr. and Mrs. on Walter Sunday Shusky.Mr. were. looks can you make with BOB- Reg. $5.98 $4.48 STORE HOURS 9:00 A.M. to 530 P.M.By' .

and Mrs. L.C. Runion and bie brooks country looks. Boys' SPORT COATS
Looks unlimited! For the Junior
her father Mr. L. Boswell and
Mrs. Adkins brother Mr. L. Miss or Mrs.,BOBBIE BROOKShas SPORT SHIRTS These are this season',most wasted styles,
created an exc1t1ngne.vfne'of pattern and colors.
Boswell Jr. of the Bramma AH long sleeve cotton corduroy flannel
Islands. country looks cothes for shirt greatly reduced. Buy several! la- Reg. 13.95 -$10.48
limited budgets. See them at the eluded art lyy and popover styles. Reg. $19.95 _$14.98 d
BEVERLY LEE SHOP. ShIrtS. .
r THE LITTLE PLACEBy ,pants. wrap skirt madras..and Reg3.00 $2.18 Reg. $24.95 $18.98

EBBA LYONS lots more...dresses too in yum Reg. $4.00 $2.98
SAVE NOW!
yum colors like the new celery -. - Sor01' Men and Boys
green and watermelon. Just a-
se Airman Earl Jones of Mac- nother SHOP .>.
BEVERLY LEE KENNEDY'S of OCALAAll
Dill Base visited with his grand FIRST! .. .
t I as ssen in Seventeen
I
parentS' Mr. and Mrs.'Dan Sow-, March issue. ,Open every day ,
ers on Saturday. He has been: from 8:30 tQ\ 6:00 p.m. All day .
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Second In A SeriesGeneral State Will Hire.

I Health A nd'Cigareftes!; Sportsmen's BowlSTANDINGS ClerkTypistsGerald SELF ,

L.Howell,Florida Merit ERVICE
System Director,has announced
This ,is the second of a' A. Cigarette smokers'.death the bladder and prostate. examinations forClerk Typist I, SAVES otfli Sul IloYlts!

series of answers to most- rates from cancer of the upper Q What is the connection.between " Clerk Typist !II, Clerk TypistIII
often-asked questions about the respiratory tract (lip tongue, smoking and heart dis- ; Stenographer Stenographer -
health relationship of smokingand mouth, pharynx,larynx and,esophagus ease? HIS N HER LEAGUE Helen Rolph 189 II, Stenographer III, Secre-
development of cancer.The ) were seven times that A. Death rates of cigarette WON LOST tary I and many others. Applicants -
series has been issued by the of non-smokers In the American smokers from coronary heart Chick Chitty Ford 45 19 TRI COUl\TI qualifying on these tests '
Florida Division of the American Cancer Society study of disease are at least double Miss Milwaukee Deep Cooks Pharmacy 8 0 will be placed on lists from -_ i
Cancer Society and is re- 185,000 men between ages 50 that of nonsmokers. A possible Sea Fishing 44 ,20 D.mkel Court 7 1 which present and future state a.
printed in this newspaper as a and 69. Pipe and cigar smokers cause of this greater incidenceof Cookie Cutters 37 27 R&H genes 6 2 job vacancies can be filled. o
feature of general public inter had death rates from these diseases coronary heart disease is Buzby Tax'ervice 36/2 27/2 Ossenfort Bldrs. 5 3 Applications and a schedule
est. Readers desiring further about four times as high vasospasm, or constriction of Bennetts ,Rexall:: Drg.36 28 Fero Insurance 4 4 these and other examinations robe Wash 25
information about cancer con- as nonsmokers.Q arteries, caused by nicotine inhaled Springs Ceramic Concrete Products 4 4 given on February 9th, may *
trol subjects are requested to Does smoking contribute to in cigarette smoke;which Studio 35 29 Little John Tile 1 7. _be obtained at your local Flori-
send their written inquiries dir any fatal diseases besides lung means that the arteries carry Carlson Realtor 34 20 Little John Tile 3 5 da State Employment Service DrylOt
ect to the state Division of the and upper respiratory cancers? less blood to the heart, thus Segars Real Estate 31/2 32/2 Sponsmens Bowl 1 7 Office: or by writing directly
American Cancer SocietY 416 A. There are increasing indi- damaging heart tissue.Q Connors Office: Sup. 24/2 39/2 Shutts Electric 1 7 the Florida Merit System,DoyleE. ( Take a shortcut
Tampa Street Tampa 2, Fla. cations that smoking contributes What is the connection between R&H ReneS:-Bldrs. 22/2 41/2 HIGH TEAM SERIES Carlton BIdg., Tallahassee. .
Q. What is the relationship to other causes of death: smoking and ulcers? Smith & Ogden 19 45 Concrete Products 2610R : Applications must be filed 7
between smoking and cancer of Heart and vascular diseases, A. Death rates from duodenaland Dolphin Deep Sea & H genes 2588 with the Merit System by Jan through your
the lip mouth and upper res- ulcers of the stomach and duo- gastric ulcers are signifi- Fishing 19 45 Qssenfort Builders2512 uary 24, 1963. I
piratory tract? denum, emphysema, cancers of cantly higher among cigarette HIGH TEAM SERIES HIGH TEAM GAME : ''I I
smokers than among nonsmokers. Carlson Realtor 1955 Concrete Products 928 the Otd 1C 'week's; washing here
Smoking has an adverse Springs Ceramic Studio 1927 Ossenfort Builders 896 % '
effect on the healing of ul rs.Electric Miss Milwaukee 1925 Dunkel Court 898 -- r'-y I ,
Worlds Fastest Shade --- HIGH TEAM GAME HIGH IND SERIES O' rT- ;; ; Plenty Of Parking SpaceECONOVIASH
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.. Carlson Realor 702 Cliff AUard 578 -.\ I
Bill Cookie Cutters 694 Carl Buzby 573E. :: ;,: ,
8 ft in 1 Year 40 ft. in 5 Years Springs Ceramic Studio674 Jones 584 = -:1: ,j
HIGH IND. SERIES HIGH 1ND GAME ,_ ../
For you to enjoy, not your grandchildren NoArriving. Orville Cumberland 593 E. Jones 235 /.... \' --' 24 Hour Self Servke Lwmfry
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Harold Bonifield 578 Cliff Allard 232 :. d ( 11 c 1!!

GUARANTEED AGAINST FREEZE In Envelope"The Stan Zalencki Hood -- 546 556 Terry McLead 214 "When gray hairs come I'll ; Corner .of Grace and Apopka Sts. Uvvffrtis

Eveleyn be so shocked I'll simpl dye!"

Landscape Nursery old-style, postcard- Nell Helen Jordan Rolph -- 512 487 PUBLISHER'S'

type electric bill is now a thing, GAME
HIGH IND.
Area
of the past at Florida Pow e r Dale Walter 226 CORNER Business DirectoryAUTO

U.S. Hwy. 41 No. & State Hwy.44 East Corporation"said district manager.All J.A. Hester Orville Harold Bonifield209 Cumberland 211 'Dutch" Pospiech, Inverness

electric bills are being Nell Jordan 210 city councilman,Friday departed SALES & SERVICE PEST CONTROL
sent to customers envelopes- Evelyn Hood 193 from normal political techniques -
to assure privacy and self- Ann Zalencki 180 when he signed the petiti- Chalman BuickPontiac Iny
addressed envelope will be en- tion of another councilman
FIRST NIGHTERS Co.SalesaadService .
closed for the customer's con- seeking re-election in a con- .
Pure Oil Fire Birds 49 19
] ?f venience if he elects to pay by IGA Food Liner 45 23 tested situation, M.C. "Man- THIS SPACEAVA1LABECall Pest Centre!
mail. nie" Scofield presented Dutch International Farm Equipment 726-3421
Home Furniture 44 24
riviu Hester pointed out that,in addition Dolphin Deep Sea with his petition and Mr. Pos- International Trucks Residential aad CommercialHousehold
to providing a private Fishing 41 27 piech promptly signed with a Tampa Hwy Spraying
electric bill "envelope bill i n g Carlson Realtor 36 32 good Dutch remark, "Sure I BmokmIle 7%-3553 Termite Co at sol
means almost personal communication Metz Construction 34 34 sign it und den I fight you all de Brooks Bo acbcs-Aats-Motha-Sll: vetfi ah

with each customer. Main Sreet Garage 31 37 vay." Best guess is that Dutch _,_?__ Baooksville 796-4254
." Carrolls Ready Mix 31 37 will fight all the way on any Ford Sales, Inc. Crystal Electric I Nct
He said that each month a Inverness Constr. 29 39 subject since his past perfor REAL. ESTATE
MERCURY Your Hectncal
special folder will be enclosedin mance as a member of council Complete : Center
Sumpter Electric 27 41
the envelope. "Our first fold Sportsmens Sundries23 45 indicates he is a man of 'cour METEOR Service All Makes of Allen Realty
er," said Hester, "announcesthe Welch Cabinet Shop 18 50 age and conviction'ttttttt COMET TV Redo Refrigeration -
new method of envelope bill HIGH TEAM SERIES 31-39 Btooksville Aye Small Appliances 1Jaterilo&t Lets Acreages
WINTER OUt. ing and explains the various entries Home Furniture 2684 Will Route-41 become four- Brooksville %-3525 Citrus Ave. Homes Busiaeae
and symbols which are Pure Oil Fire Birds 2682 lane highway? Many people with AUTO GLASS TRIM Crystal River 795-3223 2 BedexHn watccfeix Howe
printed on each electric bill." Carlson Realtor2591 whom I have talked say "No". I 19450.00
Future folders will give HIGH TRAM GAME SAY "Yes". Most people base Davis Auto Glass ELECTRICPLUMBING P.O. Bide. laglisTd. .'

"helpful hints home-makers, Pure Oil Fire Birds 974 their negative conclusions on & Trim Shop 447-2333; 447-201
or show how to get the most out Home Furniture 972 the basis that so much money Another Fine Installation by
of electric service, or tell cus- Carslon: Realtor 953 state: and federal, has been Cecil Davis, Proprietor Kef I ler Rethv
tomers how to save money during high ind. series poured into the new interstate Custom Made Seat Covers Shutts DUNNELLON, FLORIDA
special sales promotion ,.highway system. Without advan- Glass Installed Pmmntly- '
Frank McKee 568 Water View lot with access to
electric of inverview with 15 N. Magnolia St. Electric & Piumbbii
campaigns on appli- George Pipgras 587 tage responsible Withlacoochee Rivet aad oaly
ances, or discuss local and national Stan Zalencki 564 state officials, I look at the Brooksvillc 796-3039 Service Repairs 3 miles from downtown Duaaellon -
news of customer-signi logic of developing the highway. Dunnellon Crystal RiverHU92562
HIGH IND. GAME AUTO SERVICE STATIONS for 66000.. _Lot is hipSprings'
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ficance. Route 41 is "dead center" in 795-3257
Doc Bonifield 245H. and. dry} ,
He said that envelope billing Brown 236 the state and carries much of B
GET SET FOR WINTER... will mean an increase in pay- PIN BUSTERS the important tourist traffic, a
ments by mail which is the company's Dampiers ., .. along with the burden of trucks. Standard Station FURNITUREUSED Real Estate Atacy
least expensive methodof (short routes retain their importance -
Mannequins: 4 0 for Ward's Furniture Co.
collection. "Our cost to mail despite new highway delopment5. Headquarters A1 WATERFRONT MOBILE
""': :"" I.G.A. Foodliner 4 0
/ electric bills in this manner-is Metz Home Blilrs. 4 0 % I'd discreetly suggest Atlas Tires & Delco Batteries We Buy & Sell New & Used HOME LOTS 1100 down,
Brake Senice- 7a1eral
< Repairs Furniture Appliances
slightly fiigherthantheoldpost- Bowles Lumber Co, 3 1. to you folks along Route $30 month.
Radiator Flush Guaranteed 30
card method, but the savings in '41' that think about Repairs days-Terms ..
Johnstons Fill Dirt 3 '1 you begin to Homosassa SpringsPeter's 710 W. Fort Dade Ave. Box: 468._ Homosassa .c: rings.
handling mailed payments and Dunkel Court 2 2 your land holdings comparedwith Rrooksville 796-26M
the addition of this excellent Sweats 2 2 the rights-of-way for high- LARGE MARINA ,SITE
means of customer communication Acme Hardware 0 4 way purposes involved. If you FLORIST GIFTS
20 Acres on River
more than offsets" the small Coffee Kettle 0 4 start thinking now it may save Pure OH Service I $30.000. Terms
Westovers
increase in cost. Floral CashGrocery you money later. It's a thought,
Hester said, "The return to City 0 4 isn't it? Tins Puts Gas- Batteries- Oils Lubrication- Flowers & Gifts. Archie I G. EilouJ
TV Sumps
envelope the of *******
billing on part
high team series "1Pe Give Service with Exquisite: Gifts Brake
utilities has become a definite Metz Home Builders 2310 "A mother bear and two cubs Reg.
trend throughout the nation in I.G.A. Foodliner 2202 going up Park Street?" St.Petersburg Every Gas Sale" For Every Occasion Inglis, Flo. 447.3313
Floral
City and
726-5813 Flowers
-Bouquets Designs -
recent years---thanks to ultra- police were fronted
its modern data Bowles Lumber Company-2191 this Member FTD Knells ft LviKh
processing equip- HIGH TEAM GAME kith problem recently. A AUTO STORE
ment and high-speed inserting telephone call summoned the 709 V.; Jefferson
HOME I PROTECTION 1 I Metz Home Builders 854 Boolcsville 796-3549 fOot Yaekeetowala larpety
machine.
We believe
car'
our cus- 'prowl man nearest the
I.G.A. Foodliner 787 Western Auto die Weed
tomers will find envelope billing Dampiers Mannequins 763 area. Sure enough there was FARM SUPPLIES :
On die RiverOa
to be an added convenience."A Momma Bear and her two cubs. Johnson: Outfaoards-Truetone+ TV .
HIGH IND. SERIES
die Gelf
An additional police crew arrived RCA Whirlpool Refrigerators,
-- Evelyn Hood 540 Neff Lot Homes Aeresje
man's home seems I Helen Rolph 513 with truck and equipnen t Tires, Batteries, Generators,
most like his castle when he. and according to our informa- MufflersWestern Feed ft Farm Supply I
Eleancr Bonifield 507 Realmtr-Yaekeea.a 4471431<<
pays the taxes on it."-Paul 1[ HIGH IND. GAME tion, put the three bears in pro F1yer Bicycles! BABY CHICKS -
M. Hart, Grand per confinement. Duondlon HU9-Z360 & Livestock Feed
Rapids Eleanor Bonifield 193 Poultry RESTAURANT
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:Mich. Michigan Times. Julia Jones 192 BuDc Deliveries
BUILDING 1 SUPPLIES I For Real Fun
Our post-New Year edition of Del. Every: Wed in Gtzus Co.
1II1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111{ 11111111111111111n 11I1111I111111I11I11I111I111I11I11I101111I11I11II { The Chronicle carried a specialnews But di n g Materials (600 SL Main Meet at theLtfffctbtwe
story commending Con- Brook svtlle 7963055FARM
Dectacal9tpplres
gressman Syd Herlong, Jr. and' Plumbing-Paints & Varnishes Beer wines
Dancing
I Get Rid Of I the tax reduction program he and Water Pumps to Anyone: EQUIPMENT Steaks.. Chaps Sandwiches
.was co-sponsoring.Thecurrent At Savings 25J5 407 '
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Session of Congress was front- Tr or s Free' Fish Every tad Friday

i' > ed with this tax proposal that, Geo. W. Hays, I Inc. Tractor & Equipment Floral ray
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InA1ia
r; d7 makes much sense. We hope the 4472701 Massey-Ferguson Sales&Set Happy's H i- at
'! II I T I New & Used Faun
OR sovereign governing body does- BUILDING MATERIALS Equipaeat Cedctatl: Low Be
I U / ,DISCOLORED' i n't "tear" it up, as they are New Holland Hay Balers Package Store
J +'v. prone to do.County Robinson i -S CO fl fie Id King Grove Harrows "Meet Hese fee tbe
Dllard & Hitch Hoes
Beat of Spirits"Hocaosaaaa
; A4' WATER To Receive Lumber' Co. Brook 5TJ1;l Fe 796-2511 Spaags Hwy 1"" 6YoacHeadquattct

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(- ) = .WITH OUR j $13,500 Race CheckTALLAHASSEEState Bail ding Material for JEWELER

.. r i c-- "' ,Water Softening II jj jjCqndilioning Comp- ** Lumber Flo's Jewelry
Blocks
troller Ray E. Green said last Concrete & Photography
week that checks for
$13,500
I ... _ -:;- : I and'i| being mailed to each of are the Dnaaellea HU9-240X V at ches-Di amends-Silverware THtIf gi,... .
= ; state's 67 counties as their Expert Watch RepairsPortraitWeddingsCandid
-- f i Filtering r Service I share of the race track tax BEAUTY SHOP Blk. Cillt c)4I -

I -*> i fund.The Mirror Beauty Salon I Shuman
Comptroller said a total Dunn loD HU9-2316

Of $53.000 has been sent to the Hair Styling
N Counties thus farduring the cur-

__ rent fiscal period. This is an Permanent Waves
increase of $4,500 over the
If.*. Hwy 19 N.tsIl1172325 TILE !
same period during the previous NURSERY
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BOATS MOTORS HaschwsHR's IrSH'
::. : I GalvGl1izecf.Plastic Pipe I II Following too closely causes Shrub TiI e It PIMtll'1III C..

< ,, ., ., . accidents. .
.t : <. Crystal Outboard Cexamie TileSfaowetSMllsSiak Barserr Floets
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., ,. Everjreeas
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.... I Lawn Mower ft put Board. Motors ; Citrus Marine Center Motors H Blk.Bedding W. ofU.S.Pleat 19 ferNew Tile Fleet aa4 XcpaUsSsk

Call HU 9-2400 Service AH Outboards 124 IAIrs.'t.Lam .
I Repaired I 'Factory; Boy Lawn Mowers: Homosassa Springs Dam Jioa HU '.2M2 ._
Prompt Deliveries Trained -, Crystal River 795.2597 '
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Dunnellon BO'WLES I :.;JeCbaniC.-I DRUGGIST OFFICE SUPPLIESLewis' .

Bridge St. WHITE DISTRIBUTING GO. Nail's Drug Store AH Office Needs TV Salts ft Service

Sales & Service
;= = na-Czystal-L Gifts
Prescriptions O g
LUMBER COs = No. Apopka Ave. Old Seaboard>> Depot>> i_ SERVICE ON ALL MAKES' Sickroom Supplies Art Supplies "T&e House AdssfaT--of SAe lk s..d"
Zenith .......
| Phone 726-8931 Is U.S. 41 South Inverness Cosmetics Sundries Fabrics Sewing! Notions RCA Sale IrtIee!
i Phone, 726-4418 Dunnellon HU9-2441 y N. MainBiooksville Crystal River 795-2246
uatiinnnutiituiiinuiiiiuiuiiuniintuuuunaimiiumiuiuuuitHiiu. iauiuuiiuinntimunuuHmtt, : -r -. -- After Hxs. Tel. HU9-2291 796.2 6 36Six
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LakeTsala. A Handy Guide To

GardenBy dt LZ ,



Gardens CommunityClub Gladys Dgylt T [by Carrie Weiss r .

held their first meeting of .
the New Year Monday Jan. 14th EDITOR'S NOTE--The Chronicle Polio Date -
,at the Florida Power Lounge introduces a new column My big New Years resolutionthis
with a covered dish dinner fol- feature this issue entitled "at year is to REALLY get SERVICE INSTITUTIONS and IUSINESSES
;lowed by entertainment. home". This thought and fact- down to it and shorten my skirts.
John Manfrin has returned laden feature is written by Mrs. I'd feel better about it if I did-
;home after spending .several 1:1 Carrie Weiss of Miami. Fla. 'n't think come 1964, I might be Of CITRUS COUNTY
days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Weiss is a graduate of resolving to lengthen them.
Gilbert Bartuff at Orlando. the School of Journalism Univ- Happy New Year
i Mr. and Mrs. Val Infanino, w x -t ersity of Florida and has taken
their children Tom and Vivian ___ the responsibility of this columnIn CWC's Bake Sale .,
attended the Florida United k f addition to those of household Perter
Numismastists State Convention manager and mother. ,To. Be Held SaturdayThe '.. Tin SPACE AVAILABLE
and International Exposition We feel'certain you will enjoy
held in Miami Beach. these writings and your com- Catholic Women's Clubof Call 726-3421 F..II
Robert Craig from Springfield ments will be forwarded to Mrs. Our Lady of Fatima church,
O. was here visiting his Weiss by simply addressingthem held their first meeting of the
mother Mrs. Florence Craig. to The Chronicle. .new year Jan. 10 In the power

Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Infantine Ladies, I have found it most lounge. The meeting was opened .- AMBULANCE' :
from Land O'Lakes were -w r worthwhile to keep a record of with prayer by Mrs. Mae Henley .
recent guests of the Val Infantine my children's immunizationshots president. Guests were Well Drilling W. C. Hill SSIYICE:
and the communicable Mrs. Jacobson, Mrs. Koernerand
family.
Wells From 2 8 Inches Electrical Contractor
to
&. Mrs. Wilkie. >>
I Mrs. Ann Young of Sunset 6' diseases they have had and
Road gave a Christmas holiday r when. You may think you'll always Several members volunteeredto Meyers Pumps PHONE
party for all the little girls remember that bout with help Mrs. Fuderer on a Sales & Service Malor Appliance Repairs 17d-2211 er
and boys in the Gardens dur- the chickenpox or mumps but, quilt. Plans forachickenbarbe- Call Crystal River 72d-JHI
ing the holidays. Mr. Manfrin years can dim the memory. cue to be held in the near future 795-2299 Electrical Repairs
took movies of all the children1 With this accurate. M.D. approved were discussed. Arrangements Call Dunnellon Mata Street
h Mrs. Dominic Vincent Camillone -photo by Zeller-0'Neal were made for a bake sale! Small
and mothers who attended. chart, you will always Hunter 9-?d30 Pump Motor Service
Children received prizes and have this important informationat to be held Saturday 9 a.m.
refreshments were served. 1IUu I/a 11E44 'Ztde the ready. Copy it once for until all is sold in front of F. B. McCray Hwy. 41 North Inverness INVERNESS' FLORID/!
eetJffle4 Cook's
Mrs. Young Mrs. Young- each ch1ld.Immunization. Pharmacy.
blood and Mrs Infantino are Procedures -After the business refresh- U.S. 19 ,S.. Crystal River 726-2854 or 726-2157
planning their activities{ with the 01 Ole Petie 13 Whooping cough Date:Reaction ments were served by the host-
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esses, Mrs. Mann Mrs. O
Brownies which resumed meet- .. (pertussis) *
ings Wednesday, Jan. 9th, in Diphtheria Date: Reaction: Keefe Mrs. Sharp and Miss Royal ?ences s
The marriage of Miss Shirley and music by
the fellowship Hall of the Meth- was presented Tetanus Date: Reaction: Zimmerman.One .
odist Church. Anita Van Ness daughter of Miss Elsie Johnston and Mrs. (lockjaw) Al Owen
Lake Tsala Gardens Boardof Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Van Charles Cotton. Booster inoculations thing that travels faster & Patios
Ness of Hernando and Dominic Given in marriage by her than a slow man is poverty.
these should be Dates
Directors will holdtheirreg- ( :
Vincent Camillone, son of Mr. father the bride wore a gown of intervals PHONE 726-2781
ular meeting Tuesday Jan.29th. given at Painting Contractor Carports
and Mrs. 'Vincent Camillone white de sole and
8:00 p.m. at the residence of peau Chantillylace decided upon by Estimate and Quality 'CITRUS'COUNTY'S
Long Beach. California was trimmed with Jrridescent Patio Alum. Awning
Mr. Jack Eder.! solemnized Sunday, Jan. 13, in sequins slanting bow and self your Smallpox phsiclan) Date:' Reaction:'. Work Chain Link Fencing LEADING DRUG STORETUtINER

Hernando Methodist Church. rosette at center back of waist- (Usually done before one year:* CAMP ROAD Cabanas ., Freseriptfons Accwet.1y l .
Personal The Rev. HenryCribboffl line. Her fingertip veil of silk -
of Inverness
I age) H. L RiieyInverness FIII.J by
illusion fell from a crown of \ .
Visiting with W. E. and Mrs. hand made roses matching the Poliomyelitis 1st injection Date: RFD 1, Box 193 'Competent DfugflsH

Hodgson through the holidays trim of her gown. She carried a 2nd injection Date: FLORAL CITY LODGE ###133 'Ph' 726-5753
white moire taffeta Bible cover- Phone 726-8582 INVERNESS, FLORIDA
were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cul- 3rd injection Date: - F&AM
lop, Mr. and Mrs.Marrion Necessary ed with a spray of white or-' Communicable Diseases Floral City, Florida
and son, Stanley. Mr. chids. Whooping Cough Date: .
Thomas Spivey, an of Bristol, The bride had as maid of' Measles Date: Meets, 3rd Thursday 8 P.M. West Coast Level Ires.WHOLESALE .
Val; Mrs. Dessie Malone of honor Miss Joan Waldrop of Or Chickenpox Date:
Charles Penrode, WM
Bristol, Tenn.; Mrs. Nicely of lando. Bridesmatrons were sisters Date Title AUTOMOTIVE
Mumps :. Robert Edson. !Se-y.'; i Company
of the bride, AND MILL
Winchester, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Law- SUPPLIES
Glenn Van Ness and children of rence H. Woods and Mrs. El- --------- -- McCulltfch Chain $ewe

Hernando Mr. and Mrs. J. B. wood Faltlnowski. LAND TITLE INSURANCE Small Mo ton
Orfield of Homosassa Springs, Emilio Camillone brother of ; THIS,SPACE AVAILABLE Fa information concerning .
Prof. and Mrs. Delmer Montgomery the groom served as besrman. AUCTION ,; Call 726-3421 Title Insurance RfrA.d: Service sStEoEngine.. of EsfiaeGeneral
adn Mrs. Minnie Stokesof Seating guests were Glen Van Land Ownership
Ness brother of the bride, and Motors Diesel
Inverness, and G.L. Murphy .
19 '"
Jan. Writ P.O. Box 668
Saturday
Power Units
Lawrence ,
;of Mardella Springs, Md. H. Woods. f.
L' 4 Following a reception held in 1963 AT 1:00 p. M. ... S.W. Main St. rItY+It.**
New Books Received : the church annex the couple left Located on Busy U. S. Highway no. 19 and no. 98 PHONE 726-4021 Day PHont 724-3141
for Seattle Wash., where they 5 Miles South of HomosassaDue Inverness, Florida HI lht'Pltoae 724394SPACE
FLORAL CI1Y-?Th library
will reside. to ill health Mr.and Mrs.Lester:>dge have
board met last week in the library \
with Tommy Festa pre- Miss Parrott EngagedTo commissioned me to sell at Auction their For the Best In Real EstateS Floral City

siding. Mrs. Bill Doty librarian TRAILER PARK; FRUIT & GIFT SHOP .. or Call
reported that many new Rayburn E. KinseyMr. Machine Co.
i books.,have,been.received: rer Stock and Fixtures sold separately or together. .
cently from the bookmobile and Helen Carolyn Thomas and Mrs. T.A. Vincent of Good Well. Trailer Park.with Patios. Septic H. B. (Bob) Welding =- .. -- --. -

she requested that all persons eeC .Hernando are announcing the Tanks. Underground wiring, Laundryroom and 2WII AYABJUUCCalTMUM.
having overdue books to please engagement of their granddaughter Restrooms with Showers. Owners. have Beer li- .
return them. Miss ThomasTo Glendale L. Parrott cense. Private Fish Pond. Trotter Braising
On'March 16, the annual to Rayburn E. Kinsey of Floral TERMS 10% DOWN Balance Announced a t

dinner will be held. The next City.The Sale Rg. Real Estate t>rok.r Milling Machine
regular meeting will be the Wed Feb.9The groom-to-be is a grad- $5.00 FREE PRIZE TO,ONE.GUESSING
first Monday in February. uate of Citrus High School classof P.O. Box 87HOMO.a..a
NEAREST Lathe Work
THE SELLING PRICE
engagement and approachIng 1958. Springs, Florida
-- Also To Be Sold For -- PHONEt 795-2410
marriage of Helen Carolyn The marriage will take place Cash '
Thomas, to Larry Ernest Ste- later in the year. One 19 ft. Knight House Trailer Telephone I 726-2350.

wart has been announced by Fiber Glass Awnings TO BUY OR SELL SEE DI I'I pTIYi0
parents of the bride-elect Mr.

'and Mrs. .Jesse Parentsafthebrlde-.R. Thomas oflnverness. Housetrailers and Col.Denver -- 726- Gid i Hall and Son P**" *.."
on. r
groom-elect are Mr. and Mrs. carports. D. Colburn CNspuuy
Virgil E. Stewart of Brooks- Choice of color.' _ _ _
Space Age Design. TVS. Hardware ana
ville.Miss Thomas la a graduateof 60f sq. foot Realtor Auctioneer, Liquidator Custom Cabinets Marine Supplies
Citrus School and is Example: 10 x 20 120.00 *
High Kitchen
"HE SELLS THE EARTH AND ALL THA T'S.ON IT" Remodeling Briggs 5c Strata
now employed by the Southwest Mill'(( Worfe
led
Motor
107 Avs.Ain-
Florida Offices--Highway No. 98 North& 16 Jefferson Apopka
WaterManagement
District in Brooksville. Mr. Pontoon Manufactoring Phone 796-2908 or 796-4400 WelchCabinet I Wisconsin Motors
Stewart isa graduate of Hern- Corporation BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA Fiahta/t/ Tackle
ando High School and is presently Ph. -
employed by Wlthlacoochee 2 1/2 miles N Brooksville on Co. Inverness, Hi. s.llS.ER

R iver Electric Cooperative in U.S. Highway 41
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Brooksville.The .
wedding'will be an event
of February 9 at 8:00: p.m. in -
the First Baptist church of
Brooksville with a reception
following. All friends and rela-
tives of the couple are invitedto

,Lynda Lee see Abinanti attend. Bu1r6vr 17tfvrel4rn. '

INVERNESS NEWS .
Miss Abinanti Mr. and Mrs. James Briggs
from Fulton. N.Y. are in Inverness

,1 Is EngagedMr. retired for Dec.the season.1, 1962.Mr.They Briggs planon

making Florida their permanent
and Mrs. Joseph P. home in the near future.
Abinanti, 4202 Culbreath.Tampa -
\
announce the engagement of \LOfat 1
their daughter Lynda Lee to Have /
Raymond A. Alley, Jr., son of ACompactExtension

Dr.Ocala.and Mrs. Raymond A.Alleyof Phone

- Miss Abinanti graduated from
Citrus High School. Inverness
and attended Florida State Univ- InstalledDial
ersity and Florida Southern
College. She is a member of Lights Up
Alpha Delta Pi sorority and SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION
'while attending Florida South- i

ern was elected Kappa Alpha Saves Steps
Rose. Miss Abinanti presently -
employed at the Jim Walter

Corporation. Alley, Tampa.Mr. attended. Lakeland Saves Times 402 L SILVER SPRINGS BLVD.

High School and Young Harris /
College. Young Harris, Ga. He
graduated in June from Florida 1
Southern College with a BS In
Economics. While at Florida
Southern Mr. Alley was presi
dent of Kappa Alpha Order and
Chief Justice of the Supreme
'Court. He Is now stationed at
Fort Knox, Ky.
Plans for the wedding will be
announced. FloridaTelephone

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6-B The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE January 17, 1963 f

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Hotel Her Home For 27 YearsInverness :,4, ;1 a 1


holds a special placeIn the remainder. She readily admits gist and wholesale manufactur- : '
the bean of Mary Nash. It that she would be "most ing husband first came to Florida. .'i" :. ,1 1.
.has for 27 years. For that many unhappy" if she had to live the After seeing much of the
years this "capital" of Citrus year 'round in either. She has state, they decided on Clear-
County has been .her second two sons, both druggists, in water as the place to visit an-

home..and the Orange Hotel,in Jonesboro.Her nually.On 4t
particular, has been her home experience as a part- their way back to Clear- r ra
away from home. time resident of Jonesboro, water, they happened to pass
Mrs. Nash, a pleasant woman Ark. and Inverness Fla. have through Inverness. Some
who loves to talk--and who has been delightful, to say the least, friends who did considerable 3S
many nice things to say about and as long as her health is fishing in the Homosassa River
Inverness--has found that ideal good, she plans to continue her area had been'to Invernessmet
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living is being in her beloved yearly visits. She has a host up in Clearwater they decided
foothills of the gorgeous Ozark of friends in both "homes" and to spend a few days in 2
Mountains of Arkansas part of looks forward each trip to renewed Citrus County. They would stayat
the year and relaxing in the sub- acquaintanceship. the Orange Hotel in Inver-
tropical and friendly atmos- It was nearly 30 years ago lb .- y
phere of this section Florida that Mrs. Nash and her drug- ness.Mr.. and Mrs. Nash found the f

,hotel to be a delightful and refreshing ::
I __-J -. I IA. place.The food was delicious An
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- - and incredibly inexpen-
sive. Folks were unusually

friendly. The local atmosphere ST. ANTHONY'S CATHOLIC SCHOOL, architect's design shown above,is slated for construction at Stretch Your Housing Dofer!I
C{ Wt H r i entranced them, andbeforethey Formal for 1965. of benefit
Brooksville, opening is set The new building will be to Ctholics in
We realized it, they had fallen in Hernando and Citrus counties, as well as other surrounding areas. Father James Hoge of Our
love with their new-found
quart- Lady of Fatima Church, Inverness, is helping with fund raising plans in this county.
FinanceUp ers and the people associatedwith Don't pay r ent ... make paym_s on a home of your
it.The. own. See FIRST FEDERAL for the Home Buying or

To 5 Years still is an Orange Inverness Hotel landmark.For was and. Fund Drive. Readied For New Home Building Loan that will make it po4fele.

years it stood as a one- When you pay rent, you have nothing to show for your
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To Pay AT 57 floor hostelry on Main Street, money. When you make payments on a home,you windup
where the Chamber of Com- Cath9l.iC.SchoolBrooksvilie owning your own home, free Hid clear. Drive to
merce is presently located.After our modern office this week and arrange for a low-
; fire destroyed a portion of A new four-classroom school the parish. A committee of approximately as soon as possible. The target .cost Home Buying or Home Building Lota. You
; CAS the building it was literally building will be constructed as 50 men is expectedto date for the formal opening is receive fast service here.
picked up and "transplanted"to soon as possible on 15 acres of bring the appeal for assist- set for September, 1965.

0 its present site on Seminole church property located on Kelly ance to every parishioner dur- Foley Associates Inc.,of Roch- DRIVE OVER ... PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE:
Street. A complete renovationand street in Brooksville one ing the parish-wide solicitationthat ester, N.Y., a Catholic fund
addition enhanced its appearance half block from U.s.41,accord- is planned for Sunday, Feb. raising organization, is assist-
and it soon became ing to an announcement issued 3. ing in the management of the
11h III IIIpIH1 known to out-of-state touristsas this week by Rev. Edward R. The proposed building will be campaign.
AFFORD IT "the place to go"when pass Martineau, pastor of St. An- one story, "L" shape design,
ing through this section of the thony's Mission Church.At and running 200 feet lengthwise.The CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE41nl
state. the same time,The Chronicle lower section of the "L"
In those days the popular hotel was told, a campaign driveto will house the administrativeoffice
was owned and operated by Mrs. raise $30,000 to help finance and the foyer connectingwith jnQrg

t Archie Scott--for well over 50 the erection of the building is the classrooms. Together '
years, as a matter of fact-- being organized by the men of they will form a front of 60'
P who sold the establishment a- feet. Remaining parts of the headlines
bout three years ago and died there, the local residents. And building will house the Sister's
\ soon afterwards. where else could she and Mr. lounge, library, health room,
When the Nash couple start- Nash get a nice room and the boiler storage and other utility -,- .
ed patronizing the hotel there finest of homecooked meals all rooms. '

was some doubt in Mrs. Nash' for just $35 a week! Besides, The roof will be fireproof, ,,1 .
CIup 1U mind about "settling" there she and Mrs.Scott were becoming the walls of masonry with brick : < !
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each year. Friends in Arkansas the best of friends. Also, exterior. The front will be of ..
agreed with her that if she was fishing was great, and her hus- stone trim. The floors will be 3 Payable Semi-AnnuaNy
Additions going to Florida why not spend band liked that. terrazo. The building will be ;
Cabinets Built her time and money at some There were many others who modern in every detail and con-
popular reso it area..wherethere felt the same way. In those form to the rigid standards of Melinda has now
R.mad.lngRaafing ( were beaches and amuse- days, rooms at the Orange Ho- the Department of Education of Savings Placed With Us By The 10th
R. C. MacDonald
ments? tel were harA to come by. "Why Florida. joined our staff.
Plumbing But there was something a- I've seen many times when dozens Construction!underway
Wiring Call 726-4474 bout the atmosphere at the of people were turned away Earn From The 1st ,
Orange Hotel--the folks she met from both the hotel and the "Some of our jugheadedofficials Come and see her.

dining.room...some. of them with in Washington-par- Phone forAppointment
tears in their eyes. recalls ticularly in the executive

Qtnnnt
I }! on in that dining room I" business. They should realize I LOAN
Returning to Inverness and to Mildred's i Beauty ASSOCIATIONLEESIIUR
the Orange Hotel was a must that the Federal 'Givern- I
for Mr. and.Mrs. Nash. They mentV own income depend*!! Salon *
RIVERSt. Inverness Continued HOl1)' ? had made many friends here and un the profits everybody I aLfT7'JJII
Ann's Episcopal, Rev. 'FIrst Lutheran Church of Bopfist arch looked forward: to seeing them makes."
Merrill A. Norton, vicar. Inverness each year. People from many
Route 19 Woman's Club Building states made their winter home 1
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. - - - - - - .-, ,
Sunday Service 9:30 um. 8:0X( p.m. Sunday Morning! Worship 11:00 a.m. here. At one time, for example,
Holy Communion and Sermon.St. Rev. Myron Matter, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. there were about 30 residentsof
7:30 Gary Ind. who found "home"in Save $4000 Value
Benedict's Catholic Church of God Wed. Prayer Meeting p.m. the local hostelry. on
Church
Hwy 41 S. InvernessRev. HERMANDO Except for the war years,
Staday Muses: 7, 9:30 ajn. when gas and tires were scarce,
E. D. Neill Church of the Nazarene,
and another time when Mr.Nash
Sunday School 10:00 Rev. Don Croft Fastor.
a.m ,
First United
PresbyterianRev. suffered a heart attack, the
C. Stanley Newburg, Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. couple would make their annual
Evening Worship 7:30 Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
D. D. Minister. p.m. journey from Jonesboro to' In-
Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30 N.Y.P.S. 6:45
p.m. p.m.
School 9:45
Sunday a.m. verness. It was here that Mr.
Morning Worship 11:00 ajn.. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. Nash passed away,ten years ago
Midweek Teds. 7:30 p.m. First Presbyterian Rev. Prayer Meet. Wed. 7:30 p,m.First text month. Since that time,
.
Choir Rehearsal Veda 8:30 p.m. James C. Clark, D. D., Mrs. Nash has increased her
Church
Westminster Thur& 3:45 p.m. Minister BcpHst Rev. visits, and for several years has
Jr. Choir, Friday 3:30 p.m. Sundays 10:00 a.m. Church A.L. Flury, pastor.' been visiting here three times
School br all the family; 11:00 Sunday School 9:45 a.m. annually.
First Baptist Church: Rev. sum. Worship and Seemon Worship Hour 11:0tJ a.m.
Once you get accustomed to it,
Painter Training Union 6:15 p.m.
George Pastor
love it. Mrs. Nash
you
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. First Au.mbll of God, Rev., Evening Worship 7:30' p.m. about Inverness. But it puzzlesher says

Worship Service 11:00 sum. Johnnie T. Powell, poster. Mid.Week service 7:30 why so many people move
Training Union 7:00 p.m.Eyen Sundays Wednesday p.m. into the area "on first sight",
Worship 8:00: p.m. Sunday School 9:45a.m.. HERNANDO METHODIST since there are no amusementsor
Mid-Week Prayer Service Warship 11:00 a.m. CHTRCH special attractions other than

led.730 p.m. .EvangelsticSerrice! 7:30 p.m.l'ednesdarPt.yet Rev. H.D. Cribb, Paseor good fishing. Perhaps it's peace ..
7:30
p.m. and quietthey're after and
First Methodist Church, Tues. night service 7:30 pun. Sunday School Sunday: 10:00 a.m.. there's no more serene place,
Rev. Tom Price, pastor. she feels.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. As she stood gazing out of
Church Service 11:00 a.m. Church, Sportsmen Park, Evening Worship 7:30p.m. one of the hotel's many front HOMES
Rev. James, O.S.B. pastor. MYF (Methodist
6:00 windows from what used to be
Youth Fellowship) p.m.
CENTRAL Ma..u-Swuiay7:30&11:15 a.m.
its much-frequented sun parlor,
CHURCH OF CHRIST Weekday mornings at 8 a.m. Wednesday: Mary Nash remembers when the
Seminole dub Bldg.Saday Religious instruction, Sunday .Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.,
city park was the center of at-
10:00 and 11:00 AM. 10 a.m. at church. FLORAL CITY traction. "The place used to be

and 6 P.M. _Highlands Faith'Cha el, Jay covered with people, both young
Wednesday 7:00 P.M.PaulT. and l Elsie Prentiss. .Palters and old. I just don't see why
Dunn minister Wednesday 1:30 p.m. Baptist Church, all those buildings and the park .

Church of.Christ of SUNDAY SERVICES Homer Duggar, .Pastor ing lot were allowed to be put
Sunday School 10:00 aja
Wasn't
there. that
Cove Bend Church School 10:00 a.m. 11:00 property ,
Morning Worship
a.m. deeded to the City: for use as a I
Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. public park only? -. "

Bible Study 10:00 a.m. E. n8. Service 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30" p.m., Mrs. Nash admits there have : .

Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Seventh-Day Advent!st Church Prayer Service Wed 7:30 p.m. been many changes in and a- -.
Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. C.E. Weaks, Minister. Eden Church of Christ round the hotel. She regrets(as .- ii \
Mid-week Bible Study Gardens, 5 ml. East of Inverness Nelson Short, Minister. do many others) that the dining
Wednesday 7:30 p.m._ on Hwy. 44. Sunday room is"no longer operating.She : -
INVERNESSfirst Sabbath School Sale at 2:30 p.m. Bible Study 10:00 a.m. hopes it will open again soon, :i ; --
as she remembers the food and
Preaching Sat. at ?:4S* Pm. Worship 11:00 aun.
Methodist Church, Rev. ST. WAR ARE'rS EPISCOPAL. Evening Worship 6:30 p.m. atmosphere it once boasted. I
Morris C. Catkins, Pastor _, CHURCH, Ted. Bible Study 7:30 p.car. Present owner of the establishment "
Rev. Merrill'A.. Norton, Vicar is Leslie Mercer. He .
Sundays 7:30 A.M..HoIy Communion Church, Rev. too hopes to get the dining:room ,

!>9:45 11 a.m.Morning aJm r. Church. worship school 10:00 A.M..Church: School Methodist fe, pastor. back in operation and is taking Paved Streets, Street Lights, Central Pure Water System, Fire ProtactiM,:, ,
in this direction. In addi-
.1100. ........Divine Service School 10:00 steps
6:30 p.m. -Method!at YondnFellowship Sunday a.m. tion to the 40 ,the
nearly rooms
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Worship hour 11:00 a.m. hotel rents five apartments and Hydrants, Restaurant. Swimming, Pool and Golf Course.

7:30 p.m. Evening worship Monday-Prayer hour 7:30 p.m. two business areas-La Mode .
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. )
Tuesday: Beauty Shop and office of At- (

Wednesday 3:" p.m. Children's: choir: Morning Training Torship Union 11:00 6:30 p.m.a.m. BROOKSVILLE torney Charles Fitzpatrick. Two Bedrooms or One Bedroom with Florida Room .

3:30 p.m. Junior choir Enninl1'orwp7:30 p.m. .
7:30 p.m. -Pray ex meeting Ted_ Prayer_ Serrio7:*_0 run. Jehovah's Witnesses, Srooks.ville .' Be Extra Alert .
_Bible study HOMOSASSA Kingdom Hall, County $9 370.

7:30 p.m. Adult choir Methodist Church, Park Jt&W. I.- '.. With large Lancfecifwd Lit

pneticeFirst Rev. D. Rossi, pastor. Public MU in8Sun.. 3:00 p.m. ,.
Sundays-530 a.m. Sun. school Ministry School, Fri. 7:30'p.m..
10:30 a.nu 'I'orlhipl Thursdays Service Meeting, Fti. 8:30 p.m. .0' -
Kev. Thomas
Baptist, Oaks
N. Channel!I, pastor 7:00-8:0 0p.m. Counseling and Watch Tower Study Sun.4:15p.m. Rolling Corporation :. \

Sunday School 9:45m.. choir practice; Fridays-7:30 Bible Study, Tuesday 7:30 p.m. ,.
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p.m Bible study.RED ,
11:00
Son. Mom. Worship a n. "
Tr ainIn', Union 6:30'p.m,, LEVEL LEGAMTOJhurch
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Sun. Evening Worhip7:45 D.mmid.wedc Baptist Church -. .SfJ ''
ot Christ, A. hronV "l' !
Prayet 7:43 "
: P.L.. O.C. Anderson, pastor Johnson,.minister. _

Christian Science Society Bible School 10:00 a.m. Sunday -r'
Florida
Sundays 11:09 .m.Service; Sutu worship service 11:00 a.m. Bible study 10:15 a.m. In Route 491 -- Lecanto .
9t30 a.m. Sunday School; 2nd & Training Union 6:30 Worship :11:00 ajn.
46 Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m. Worship *7:00 'p.m.. BadlVeather .
,J'esc*monl. meeting. Mid-week prayer serv.7:30 p.m. 'Ted Bible Study 7:30 p.m. -





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