Title: Citrus County chronicle
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028315/01574
 Material Information
Title: Citrus County chronicle
Uniform Title: Citrus County Chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Inverness Fla
Publication Date: January 31, 1963
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
weekly[ former <1939-1968>]
semiweekly[ former <1980-1981>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028315
Volume ID: VID01574
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 15802799
alephbibnum - 366622
lccn - sn 87070035

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r City To Sell : Councilwoman Balasch Resigns

t $263,000 Of Action Underway To Close Recall

Refund BondsAt

it : r morning their meeting special, the Saturday City Proceedings Against Council

i iiii Council authorized the receiv-
3 l ing of sealed bids for $263,000

I j City of Inverness refunding A silver lining was projected to dismiss appeal and manda- ion Tuesday. Fitzpatrick said: week was made poU>&e Satur-
Ii; bonds. around the pre-election picturefor mus action. The original recall "in my opinion the joint action day morning whet[ Mrs. Kathleen -
rr These bids will be acceptedby Inverness this week when movement stemmed from dis- by Attorney Bradshaw and my- Balasch, I last of the four
the Council at the CityClerk's !=:ity Attorney Charles Fitz- charge of a city employee by self will terminate the recall councilman affected by the recall -
office until 4 p.m.Wed- patrick announced that, exceptor four members of the Council. proceedings with the case now announced her resignationin
f nesday, Feb. 13, at which time some natural red tape the Proceedings 'against all mem- filed in the Appellate Court." a special: meeting of Council -
1 and place all bids'will be pub- recall proceedings against the bers of the panel except M.C. The unanticipated move this Earlier in the week, Councilman -
licly opened and read. (see pubI I City Council have been dropped. Scofield was instigated by EI- Robert Earle tenderedhis
r1 I lic notice published elsewherein \ Attorney Fitzpatrick told the fred (Bob) Lassiter local resi- resignation. Councilmen!
this newspaper) county I) paper that he and com- dent. Helmar (Dutch) Pospiech and J.
The bonds are general obligations plainant's Don Brad- In this Fred well
attorney announcing most recent Hair as as Scofield
of the City and consistof shaw will enter into stipulation and apparently last act- are up for re-election for four
263 non-registerable coupon year terms.
bonds in the denomination of I
fr&LJf j ..... Immediately upon informingthe
$1.000 each. Van Dusen Bows Out Council of her resignation
They will be awarded to the Mrs. Balasch who has been a
) bidder offering to purchase at member of the governing body
the lowest net interest cost to All Council Seats seven years and is Its immed-

t the City. Bidders are requestedto iate past president, announced
name the interest rate not that she would seek reelectionto
exceeding three and three- Open For ElectionInverness complete her term of two
fourths per centum per annum. more years.

Her reasons for stepping down
voters are facing a day the Council passed a reso- from the Council (see letter of
MORE SURVIVAL SUPPLIES for Citrus County were unloaded the courthouse Tuesday morning. Fire School Slated unique situation as the Feb. 19 lution (printed in full text else- resignation elsewhere in to-
Shown at right loading the smaller truck Is Edward Rybergof the County Road Dept. These supplies municipal election draws near. where in today's-paper) stating MRS. KATHLEEN BALASCH day's paper) were explained by
received under the supervision of Mrs. Bell Land. County Civil Defense Director, were placed in CRYSTAL RIVER--PaulDwy- For the first time since the that the ballot for the Feb. 19 Mrs. Balasch with emotion Sat-
the Jesse Thomas Cave at Oak Grove. Distributed through U.S. Army Corps of Engineers the er, chief of the Crystal River .City received its the Ter earlyin biennial election shall includethe urday morning. In short she
supplies will be stored in the fallout shelter area for the utilization of approximately 95 persons. Fire Department told the the century all municipalseats ,following words "For the Mrs. 'OgdenWorthy said she felt her resignationwould
Mrs. Land said supplies already have been delivered to the Rock Crusher tunnels between Lecanto county paper this week that a of office are up for ballot unexpired term of Robert E. save the City much
and Crystal River, and the Kibler fire school will be held Monday Earley" and '4Fortheunexplred moneyin
Camp Mine tunnels between Holder and Dunnellon. The survival action. a continued battle against the
supplies delivered to date are enough to sustain 520 people and additional supplies will take care through Friday of next week at Furthermore with just four term of Kathleen G. Balasch." MatronFLORAL recall. To date, around $4,000has
of a total of 635 the fire house. Classes will be The only candidate for Council
persons. --staff pBut more days left in which to file CITY--The Orderof been spent to combat the
held from 7:30 until 10:30 each other than the incumbents is Mr.
only candidates have announced .
Eastern Star. No. 164. elected proceedings.
night and Chief Dwyer urges for the five seats on Grant, and his petition is for a
officers their
One Too Many interested in the at regular
all persons .
four-year term.A
the City Council. Just ,J.W. held in
meeting Saturday night
local fire department to attend. number of local Little Theatre Will i
- Grant Sr., a former councilman names are the Masonic temple here.

I Hunting Fatalities Here Fewer Than had qualified by noonyes- being, but talked with up" for deadline the election Elected Worthy Matron was .In
61 terday. 5 filing at Dollie Ogden. The new Worthy Cast Jays l March.
Three candidates have an- p.m. next Monday the Councilrace Patron is James B. Adams.
> Citrus County's hunting fatali- as fatal. with 34 of those playing nimrodat nounced for the Mayor's office is still shy at least one Other officers selected by the CRYSTAL RIVER--After a l lull
ties during the past year were This was part, of the story the time. while hunting 2; practicing now being held by Rollie Fig- candidate. order Include: Patricia Hart- during the holiday season the
not kept to a minimum but theN contained in the State of Florida The breakdown by weapons "quick draw".9; crossing fenceor gins, who has not selected to be wick associate matron;Char- Little Theatre held a special
number less than other objects 7: riding in. an incumbent. Only one of these meeting last week to decide
'\ was theprev- Firearms Casualty Summaryfor showed 70 of the total blasts' les Penrose associate patron; upon
ious year. The hunting death of a 1962 which was just recently came from rifle muzzles, 72 placing in or removing gun from Abraham Weitz has qualified by Many More License Marie Tuggey, conductress; Its future presentations Miss
Crystal River man early in the released. from shotguns and 88 from vehicle 27;. gun fell from insecure noon yesterday. The other two Betty hey associate conduct- Laura Zimmerman: reports.
recent season was the only Fifty-five fatal accidents oc- handguns. rest 18. are Sam Stephan and Mrs. Plates To Be SoldWith ress; Vivian Higginbotham, A decision was made to cast
fatality reported. In 1961 the curred in all. Of all the wounds Some of the causes and their Accidents occurring in the Tomie Scofield. secretary; Ruth Penrose trea- three one-act plays, having a
lives of two youths were snuffedout sustained. 137 were self-in number are as follows: home or yard numbered 109,the Three of five councilmen were less than three weeks togo surer; and James Love, senti- separate director for each.
by hunting accidents.Of flicted while 36 of those self- Victim accidentally covered, report showed. 27 others occurred .: up for re-election to four-year fewer than half the expected nel. Appointive officers will Tentative selections were:
the 259 firearms casualties inflicted wounds happened to 11; victim mistaken for game 9; during target shooting-- terms at this election--presi- automobile license plates have' be announced later. "Meet The Folks", a farce to
f occurring in J Florida last year hunters rYouths victim out-of sight of shooter; two of them on a range. -_._ dent -J., Fred Hair. Helmar been sold in Citrus County.Tax The installation will be held he directed by Lillian Pick;
1, only 73 happened to persons under 18 years of age 10; gun being loaded or unloaded Two people were shot playing (Dutch) Pospiech and M.C.Sco Collector E. Van Anderson told Feb. 10, 8 p.m.. in the Community "Dust of the itoed*'. a drama -
hunting with 19 of those listed accounted for 119 of the mishaps. 21; horseplay,40;horseplay Russian roulette.Cattlemen field. Hair and Pospiech have the county paper yesterday.Last Building.Mrs.V pR.J er- with Hank Carroll for director;
announced and Scofield plans to year the total tags sold rell assisted by S.T. Norrisof and "Silent System; a comedy
V next week. were 6,519. Expected sales this Jacksonville brother and directed by Clifford Luce.At .
WV' 'V Dr. Brownlee CowBelles When Councilman Robert Ear- year are 7,000 with only 2,742 sister of Mrs. Ogden. The installing the regular meeting this
V ley and Councilwoman Kathleen sold through Tuesday. Deadlineon marshall is Myrtle Col- week, held at the Wander Inn
V r L Balasch announced their resig- new licenses is Feb. 20. lins; the installing chaplain Helen the list of three plays was accepted -
3f Pastored Here Elect New Officers nations from Council last week Anderson said his office in Fowler of Hernando; and the for the program to be
in a somewhat surprise move the courthouse will be open all installing organist Helen Melinof given early in March at the
Graveside service was held LECANTO--New officers were all five seats on the govern- day Saturday Feb. 16, for the Ocala. school auditorium. Cliff Luce is
Wednesday afternoon at San elected by the Citrus CounnrCattlemen's ing body were thrown open for convenience of those who are Incoming and outgoing officers president of the Little Theatre
ford following funeral rites Association and its the upcoming election. Mrs. unable to secure their tags during will attend installation practicethis group and conducted the busI-
yesterday morning at the Zep- auxiliary the CowBelles when Balasch immediately announcedfor the week. Sunday at 3:30. ness session.
hyrhills Christian Church, for members gathered at the old re-election to fill herunex-
Dr. Edwin Darnall Brownlee, Lecanto school last Thursday pired term. '
78, retired minister.Numerous night for their quarterly meet- Dorland Van Dusen, a new-
friends from the Inverness area ing. comer to city politics and firstto
a attended the services.A W.F. (Mike VanNess) was announce for the Council
native of Plainville Ga., elected to succeed James Rooks race withdrew from the race
April 18, 1884. the Rev: Mr. Jr. as president of the cattle- early this week. He explainedthat ? Jr
Brownlee served a Presby- men for the next two years. he is planning to sell his
f terian church in Sanford Fla. Jimmy Gibbs is the new vice home and will be residing out-

for about 37 years. He came to president with Quentin Medlin side the city. He said he did
the First Presbyterian Churchof and Mrs. Anne Jerkins re- not want to become involvedin twV'
Inverness in 1950 and stayed telected secretary and treasurer anything after he was elect-
until 1956. When ill health forced respectively. ed which might cost the City
his retirement a couple of Directors are Norman Bowles added expense.
years later he andMrs. Brown- James Burtlne Julian Kelly Councilman Earley, who is ,+
lee moved to Zephyrhllls where Rooks and John Zellner. Van- moving to Bradenton. resigned

their son, Harry Brownlee. is a Ness automatically became from the body after his posi- ..
medical doctor. state director with Gibbs as tion there was questioned because -

Surviving in addition to his alternate. he was not a freeholder.
wife, Lillian, and son, Dr. Income for the past year was i.e. owned property within the
r. E Brownliee. both of Zephyrhills; $586.60 with expenses of $455. city limits.
: the late minister leaves two 60, leaving a balance on handat At its special meeting SaturClub's -
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brothers. Carlton and Lawrence the beginning of 1963 of :

FAMOUS TV PERSONALITY Ralph Edwards, star of "This Is Brownlee both of Calhoun, Ga.Be $131. VV: .
I Your Life" series is the 1963 National Crusade Chairman and Reporting on the state directors' AnnualDinner
director of the American Cancer Society. He Is shown above meeting Jan. 17, Medlin 6Ji :,
I congratulating Mrs. George W. Scofield. chairman of the Citrus Ready For said a resolution was passed .y l

1 County Unit. ACS for the dedicated work done by the local unit in requiring compulsory vaccina- ToniteIf s
the never ending fight against the dread disease. Mr. and Mrs. Mothers March tion of calves to be kept for
Scofield attended the national meeting comprising the Southeastern breeding. The measure was to

hh states held at the Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonville over combat Bang's Disease (Bruci- you wantplenty to eat--and
the past weekend. Mrs. Scofield organized the county unit a Tomorrow NiteAn losis) in Florida herds.A good food--the place to go is

I number of years ago and has been its leader since that time. "army"of 100 women will association committee was of appointed the local to the school cafeteria from 5:30

be knocking on doors throughout check into the egret problem until The 7:30 Inverness this evening.Woman's Clubis DUKE OF HOMOSASSA SPRINGS."mascot of that comiriunity's Chamber of Commerce poses with

Real Estate Transfers To' ,the in county the 25th tomorrow Anniversary evening bird hereabouts. This familiar white with having its annual turkey din- some of the pretty and talented mermaids who perform in the night premiere of the Week Wachee

II ,March of Dimes Mothers constantly in company ner at this time and if you Spring extravaganze. "The Mermaids and the Plrate".th1s Friday evening at 8 o'clock. That's Mr.
cattle herds be carrier.'of
Appear In ChronicleThe March. the above-mentioned may a disease. haven't yet got your tickets.* Barnes president of the Chamber holding on to Dukes leash..for obvious reasons (lucky dog!)

In Inverness and Crystal they will be available at the
Chronicle with this issue River the' marchers will assemble dent of V&:1Ness.outgoingpresi-the CowBelles.was succeeded door.Committee for this annual Spring Mermaid Extravaganza Friday NightAt
'resumes weekly reporting of Post Office at the power lounge at by Mrs.Royce Williams. fiesta includes Mrs. George
7 p.m. where chairmen will relay Mrs. Walter Kabrich was
real estate transfers. Taken Jr.
Leaders Tour last minute instructions and Schultz. chairman; Mrs.Walter 8 p.m. tomorrow th
elected vice president and Mrs.
from the records
materials will be passed out. Medlin is VanNess Mrs. J.H. Sahlie. sole night performance for Feb Local FPC Employees
transfers make interesting secretarytreasurer.Members Garden Club Studies
New AttractionPostal There is still a need for more of the cattlemen'sgroup Mrs. Calvin Yaudes Mrs.Har- ruary of "The Mermaids and
j reading and are a positive barometer mothers to help in the march. donated meat for last old Westbrook Mrs. Helmar the Pirate" at Week! Wachee Cited At Ocala MeetGuests
of business con-
The mothers will return to the week's quarterly session. It Pospiech and Mrs. Walter Spring will be held under the Project At HospitalThe
ditions in Citrus county. officials of the Inverness Turner.
power loungefollowingtheirde- was Woodie's in auspices of the Homosassa of honor at the Florida
This will be a continuing areaattended a Fifth Dis- prepared by
dicated march for refresh- Springs Chamber of Commerce. Inverness Garden Club
feature of the Chronicle and it aria meeting Sunday at the Floral City and was served Power Corporation's annual
ments. Henry Charles Barnes II, theChamber's Mrs. Tomie Scofield president dinner last fri-
is being offered as another part Brahma Restaurant in Ocala. with other dishes by the Cow- safety meeting
of the Chronicles countywidenews They and their after- All persons interested in Belles. president; announces met Monday night and members day in Ocala were eight Inverness -
guests Club Slates
service. wards were treated to a tour of helping the crippled are encouraged April 18 was set as the next Country advance sale of tickets in studied their club's project for employees who were recognized -
Six Gun Territory the new and to leave their porch joint meeting.: Citrus. Hernando Pasco the year: beautifying the medianin for their outstanding

......-.................... ... .. . fabulous Western town about to lights on, or make some effortto Stockholder MeetThe Pinellas and Hillsboro counties front of Citrus Memorial safety records.
....., ., ".."...,,", ....... ........ ,.. .. .., attract the marching moth- indicate the million dol- Hospital. John A. Hater District
open .at Springs. (See
article elsewhere in today'spapet' ers.Mrs. Court Convenes annual stockholders meet- lar underwater theater spectacular Committees were named for. Manager, was cited as the local
Cowooy" ReturnsTo .) Maude St. John gen- ing of the Inverness Golf and will have a large appreciative flowers plants and trees to be employee with the kwfsst safety
Attending from Inverness was eral chairman for the county Here Country Club Inc. will be heldat audience.He placed in the median.The ladies record, a total of 35 years with-
Home Corral Postmaster Owen Kennedy Mothers' March said this week: TuesdayCounty the clubhouse next Tuesday at says the gorgeous mer- were assisted in their planning out a lost-time accident.
president of the district. Mr. "All volunteers know how im- 7:30 p.m. There are 153 members maids have completed rehear- by Richard. Kelly agricultural Others recognized were L.D.
Francis S. "Cowboy" and Mrs. Hilton Higginbothamof portant tfifcjjpb is. although it court will convene at present. sals for this breathtaking show teacher at the high school and (Pat) Hurley 17 years, and
Citrus Clerk Williams will take only Sbaur one hour. here next Tuesday momingwith Numerous matters of import- and that installation of over 200 by Royce Williams assistantcounty H.j. Pettis B4L Thrift 14-
county of Floral and PostmasterC.W.
Court City
is back in his home of, Hernandowere Every woman realized hat her Judge Carroll W. Fussell pre- ance are scheduled to come up underwater lights illustrate the agent.Mr.Williams submitted each; L.E. Crowe, 10. Mrs.
i Released from corral. also Coppedge in attendance. Mrs. efforts will help people to give siding. A jury has not yet been at the meeting including the awesome background of this a rough sketch of the Irene Jones. 6; and Leroy andRalph
rus Memorial yesterday Cit- for the life of some chihf. picked. the paper was tojd yes- financial report. All stockholders subterranean paradise. grounds including suggested Bellamy with 2 years
I Williams is Hospital, Mr. Hlgginbortham postmaster of the at "Just about every person in terday.The. are urged to attend.To "The mermaids in their gorgeous shrubs trees flowers etc. each.
Inverness home convalescing at his district City association., is secretary Guests this county will be visited by a Board of County Commissioners date $63.000 in stock has costumes and synchronized Mrs. Lucille Schultc andMrs. During the most of January
heart attack he following a Wilma neighbor Friday evening," said scheduled to meet been sold and will be closed acrobatics will amaze and Clara Derabaek weN appointed a total of 20 asaual safety dinner -
suffered from here Mrs.
weeks ago. several Steadman and were Miss Mrs. St. John. "We sincerelyask Tuesday mwning. has set its when $85,000 is reached. After thrill you as they move throughthis to check oa draperies for the meetings were .held. .la communities -
. NadJneSavary. that you give for the bene- regular meeting up to Monday March 1 shares will be $125 fantastic underwater fairy windows of the new Inverness throughout FPC's 31-
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2-A The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE January 31. 1963

Canes Calmed By Pirates HFLP Chamber ListsA More MembersInc.

a } list of new and renewed ., Citrus County Chronicle,

54-48 By Leopards 77-40 LIBRARY memberships in the Citrus Citrus County Land Cureau, ,

BUILDING County Chamber of Commercewas LaPerle Memorials Snapp
presented to [ Realty Associate Rentals Inc.
the.mcpupd ,
CRYSTAL RIVER--The Pir- ((14)), while the Hurricanes'pace Inverness..11 8 9 1038C.
this week. The Cnroaicfe O'Neal Realtor Howard.
J.T. )
paper (
ates of Crystal River moved to setter was Spears ((16)). River..ll 17 13 13--54 FUND ;
t has published two lists to date Phosphate Co., Hewitt's Stand-
their second West Coast Con- To make the,evening more interesting Tuesday night of this week the 4 .(y
but the following names have ard Station. Weed's Septic Tank
ference basketball of the for local Hurricanes :
victory the locals the were thoroughly & 6000 .
been signed since Dec. 6. Co., Peter's Gulf Station Fes-
season here Friday night by defeating Pirate jayvees took their game trounced by visiting ; } F INDIVIDUAL ta's Restaurant and A.M. Kid-
arch rival Citrus High, with Citrus juniors 34-27. Brooksville as the leaping Leo- s :! 1
J '. John Ossenfort. Joseph May- der & Co., Inc. (of Ocala).
5438.It Crystal River now has a 2-3 pards clawed their way to a resounding
ner, Roy Poucher W.E. Mar- OUT OF AREA
was a tight game for a league record as against a 0-5 77-40 win of the help-
low, Kenneth Corbin H.L.Con- Ralph N. Walker Auburndale.
quarter and a half but after that for Inverness. less Citrus team.It 50 OU ,
nell. C.E. Long and Mr. and Fla.; W.C. Tlnsley. Tampa;
the Pirates took over and it was Scorers for each team included was the locals'fifth straightloss
"Mrs. Hugh Barco all of Inverness Grant G. Terry Colo.; Char-
much their game from there on. Citrus High--Spears 16, and their 12th in 14 games
; Walter Ritz "Jim"Seavers. les H. Jones, Ohio; Mrs. GraceK.
Top scorer for the winners Fitzpatrick 4, Johnson 9, Allen this season. Brooksville is2-4.
s and Albert E. Rosier all Schick, Mich.; John F. Hill,
were Schiraldi ((18)) and Evans 5; Crystal River--Schiraldi 18, Bob Wardlow and Jerry Jones
-4000 of Floral City. N.J.: Dr.Samuel J.Della Penna,
Evans 14, Green 8, Hembree led the winners with 17 points
BUSINESS N.J.; Mrs. Robert E. Leon
10, Blanchard 3, and Elbrech each while Doug Johnston was
Cook's Pharmacy Florida N.Y.; Andrew Ciurcina N.Y.;
1. the
only Hurricane hitting in
Power Corp., H.O. Smith Romano ndMrs
Tonight"and the doubles (11)). (agent Picagli N.Y.: *
Standard Oil), Zeller -O'Neal. Vera L Monls."S.C.
night It was an easy victory for -

except every Tuesday" Open Forum the the Hernando beginning County as they boys held from a Marty's Diner Will PTA Past Presidents_

6 PM 12 PM 17-5 command the of
EDITOR'S NOTE at opening
In responseto
Marion Mercer Mr. L.A. McGrew's letter the second quarter. Their jay- w IL2. Change OwnersName To Get Pins Tonjkt

published last week in which he vee team copped a 37-26 win ,, CRYSTAL RIVER-The PTA

back at the organ for, made certain complaints from the Citrus juniors. Marty's Diner, located on US is celebrating its annual Found-

a year's engagement against present members of the Point-getters for Invernesswere 1'r t 41 just east of the courthouse er's Day at the high school

Dance to his band Inverness Council the followingis Johnston 11, Spears 8, here is changing bands and will here at 7:45 this evening, and
Bedord 5, Hill 5. 4 be under
published: King soon new ownershipand president Mrs. Charles P.Bar-
Saturday nights Whitelaw 4, Allen 2, and Fau-
McGrew'spolitical management.
"In answer to Mr. nes, Jr. promises as interesting 4
Also blast at Council with cette 1.Brooksville..17. Owned and operated for about program.

exception of Mr. M.C. Scofield 15 21 24--77 the last five years by Richardand Presentation of past president

FERNAND LACOSTE? a check of city records shows a Inverness.... 5 11 13 11--40 THE TEMPERATURE RISES on the library fund thermometer as Stan Hanson (left) points to the Nita V. Martin the well- pins will be made to the five past

is our fabulous new sum in excess of $1,000 was $4800. mark. That's Dr. Frank J. Walrath at right chairman of the Crystal River Library Board. known eating establishment is leaders of the local organization '

head Chef. You'll en- spent by the city to keep roads --staff photoArchitect's being acquired by Denver D. and since it joined the National

joy "Adyenfures in open to the public and to school Rites Today For Dorothy E. Naylor. Mr. Nayloris Congress in 1952. The recipients -

Good busses in Savary subdivision, Plans ReadiedAs local night policeman.The will be mesdaroes Buster
Eating"Lunch north of the over pass on High- Naylors said they plan Hoy. John H. Williams. C.D.
from $1.25 way 41." Mrs. HutchinsonHOMOSASSAMrs. some improvements to the diner Woodward Paul C. Lyons and

Dinner from $1.85 "Also, the record shows Mr. Goal In and eventually will offer drivein Harley Levins.

Drinks at the Rogues Scofield strongly and dramati- Luvada Library SightBy service. They will call the A skit will be featured for

Roost for Island cocktail cally objected to spending any Hutchinson 73, died early restaurant Dennie's and Dottie's entertainment and the Girl

lounge fru.-n 751 money on this project loudly Tuesday morning at Hernando Diner. They welcome Scouts will present the flag

proclaiming it was a lost County Hospital following a Brownie C. Searle Palm, Springs and Picardy residents been two $500 donations 18 one friends and acquaintances as ceremony.
Plush Port cause." lengthy illness.A CRYSTAL RIVER--The Library and from Woodward Park hundred dollar donations and 13 well as long-time patrons of the All PTA members and friendsare

ParadiseCrys'a Signed--Fred Hair presidentof native of Monti cello, Ky.. Board reports that pled- and Magnolia Shores. From fifty dollar pledges. As of Feb- establishment to join them atDennie's urged to attend this annual
Council; Katherine Balasch she moved to Homosassa 12 ges and donations for the build- Florida cities have come dona- ruary first the building fund has and Dottle's Diner. meeting.Correction.

.. river j Hllmar Pospiech Robert Ear- years ago from Marion County. ing fund are very close to the tions from Leesburg, Ocala, approximately $3.000 in the
ley members of Council. She was a member of the Homo- $5,000 mark on the termometer. Orlanda Inverness and Gaines bank. \
With reports still to come in ville. There have been
---- sassa Baptist church. personal The Library Board was sche-
Survivors include her husband, from businesses and individualswho donations from visitors of Chattanooga duled to meet yesterday and

W.H. Hutchinson, Sr.; three have indicated they will and Knoxville Tenn. hopes that by next week Architect -
help but have not specified the The Chronicle would like to make a correcaes
daughters Mrs. Ollie Withers and an interested "part-time" Robert Hunt will have detailed advertisement
on an that ran 12"63.The .
w 3is of Dayton Ky., Mrs. Grace amount they will contribute the citizen sent a check from. Washington plans ready to submit to
Oyster Bar is not located at the Wader las,
Lane, Riverside Calif., and fund should go beyond the $5,000 D.C. the board and the "Friends of It Is the
across street. They are opea 11 a.m. to
Mrs. Mildred Hart Denver figure. To date the Library Building the Library" committee for 9 p.m. Closed on Wednesdays.
City Texas; two sons, the Rev. Latest donation from area account shows that there have their approval.
James R. Foster of Summer business was a contributionfrom

set Ky., and Fred Foster of. Ocala Motors Inc. accom-

Fort Thomas Ky.; three stepdaughters panied by a letter from J.W.

Mrs. Leona DeBusk Todd, vice-president wishingthe now IJfIft1fI l"nVI/ ',. a'; / i:
Homosassa Mrs. Mildred Turner Library Committee "our I ..q; '
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best wishes on most worth- r .
Orlando and Mrs. Mary your ;
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Lowell three while endeavor." ...1... .w .lOW +.. n l '-: .. ;
Larramore. ; stepsons ; t
Gene Hutchinson Dunnellon Additional local business firms t t'. ..... + ..'!1.:: ?T-,, .L'' t's

Lawrence and Jobie Hut- making donations or contribu- . ........: \ -;' .- "' =- 1:
iC .. ,, .. .. 'i-t : :
chinson, Homosassa; one brother tions include: Crystal RiverBank -.oo. ..",\! a .u... \1. I .

James Morris Monticello Crystal River Seafood.Senn's \ -l- ..
.... i'I( ) I .. .
5 & 10 Inc., Florida .
Ky.; 11 grandchildren and
THE LUMBERMAN SEA: eight great-grandchildren. Stone Center Western Auto i. 'o.tllT A s ..I. .. tl

Funeral services will be Woodward Realty and Winn'sDrug !It t!.! -. a\ .z If. ,. ,. .: .. ,...'
Store. a.. ....... : u I.
held Thursday afternoon at 2 .....J 1:: .' "
p.m. from the Seventh Day Ad- The response of area citi- : I < .. r I

zens has been most gratifying ,,. ... UHeo.. .i. ../ ,- '
ventist Church.H'JmosassaIbeRev. .
J. / ..
O"/tT !' ..
ti . . .
Library Board Chairman Dr. I r -
H.O. Reynolds will offi- 'Co', -
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Plan and Birld' Frank i1 /
iate. J. Walrath reported. It . r Yr.r. 4' :
Interment at Stand There have been donations from ..,: J\iij\ ; .f

J o From Our cemetary. Homosassa Stage Springs. How you operate behind the 11 .-...- .. .'.. ..Ie_.. ..... ,.' ..<..---..., .. .... .
Strickland Funeral Home Cry- I .. . ,
:steering wheel today marks your -oo =\: .' II;
Lumber Pile stal River, is in charge of ar- I chances for being behind it LAIr J" ALA ... '- ..

rangements. I again tomorrow. AopcA _.. 4 '
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J1T RESOLUTION '/ Ii! r \. HE :
o BY Whereas, under date of Feb- : \ } 41

T CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT ruary 19, 1963 the regular \ IL\1\\ J.'U.lJ.i, ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN general biennial election of the \ > -' r -- '

that the undersigned FrancisW. City of Inverness Inverness 1 .. .: . :, ei
Florida will be held and con- "";:' f 't H I'' .
Williams Clerk of the !
Cir- .. \ tJ I I" r \\
cuit Court of Citrus County ducted; andWhereas H ,l I d .
.Robert E.Earley and ::1 .. .' \\
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Florida will on the 7 day of 8' _ H y .., .
Kathleen G. Balasch. Councilman -
February 1963 during the legal \\ X .
and Councilwoman of the T -- : in -
hours of sale at the main door J I ,.
r of the Court House of Citrus City Council of the City of Inverness i ,- I''-: ; I \ A

County Florida in the City of Inverness Florida, ID II \ ,. .
77it Inverness Florida offer for have submitted their resigna- .. _;1"i-: I'-", .I
tions as Councilman and Coun- "" -
sale and sell \
at public outcry to \
the highest and best bidder for cilwoman, effective February \ I I I a t \ 'i \ 10I -

cash the following described 1, 1963; andWhereas -_ I I I -\ \ \ t i t
\ .
Section 16 of the
property situated in Citrus I J. tw Tt+. J -
County. Florida, to-wit: Charter of the City of Inverness, !4 ( \

11111 Beginning at a point north 205.40 Inverness, Florida providesthat i I I I f.. i,
feet and east 1838.29 feet from these vacancies shall be : ,{ j

the NW corner of Section 34, filled by electing their succes- ,i i \ \ \: \ \ I \ \ .: (t,.: \ ...

Township 18 South Range 20 sors at the next general bien- \\\\4\\\\ \ O
\ 11'
East the bearing of the west nial election which in this ': \ ... t
boundary of said Section being case is February 19, 1963; .. ,

south, said point being on the ,Now Therefore Be It Re- \ J -_ ,
solved that the ballot for the ..
northwesterly line I "
right-of-way I I I I. J I I 'It
line of State Road No. S-581 February 19, 1963 biennial \ I I t N N l'C;; 1 10 N N q"'.. ?
election shall include the folloWing _
and on a
curve concave
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easterly having a radius ,of words "For the unex- 0
421.97 feet and also being 40.00 pired term of Robert E.Earley"and ,. ,, -1,11
feet from and radial to, the "For the unexpired term of \ .. ' , ___ .. .
center-line of said Kathleen G. Balasch". ,
State Road IUrNLI 110611 ;
thence northeasterly along said Be It Further Resolved that r I 1$ ,

right-of-way line curve a chord the City Clerk of the City of -..: 1 \ M"t \ \ \ -c;'" '*
:EJiCE>> Z> cJ: V'" bearing and distance of N 51 Inverness Florida is hereby \' . \ I ...

deg. 12 min 31 sec. E 100.36 authorized and empowered to ,. .1- < ___ ,

feet thence N. 33 deg. 57 min. accept petitions of qualified, f-9--=
:IC.tI Z'"'IT Z.:IIiT fGir 25 sec. W 286 feet more or candidates for the offices of .,-t. t , , . , .. .
Robert E. Earley and KathleenG. I
less to the waters edge of '"
Lake Tsala Apopka thence Balasch and that said peti- ; 1 ueu: ...

Build That New Home southwesterly along and with tions that of candidates said candidates recite therein 11 i \ \ \ : I J
said waters edge to a point N. are .i: : \ -. , 1' 7.t
33 deg. 57 min. 25 W. qualifying for one of the follow- ,:
sec. CD I
"for the unexpired term of !
from the point of beginning .
thence S. 33 deg. 57 min. 25 Robert E. Earley" or "for the I F \ ,, \ .a. I :
sec. E. 342 feet, more or lessto unexpired term of Kathleen G. tie .t. t. f.. .

.t the point of beginning. Balasch". .", a 1 -.na ftA& I --::-:
tli1 :J. .f1I pursuant to the Final Decree of Be It Further Resolved that a '. : .
Foreclosure entered in copy of this Resolution be pub- .: , I I I I I j -;-: i
a case ... 1 .

EUIL.DINIt4AY"E pending which in is said Mid-State Court, the Homes styleof day lished of in January its entirety 1963 on the in 31st the 'H: -...' . \\\\\\o\\\\ \ \ \olsMtsnm'a \:\ \' ,I t: "

RLALS Inc.plaintiff, a Florida vs. Elfred corporation Lassiterand Citrus, Florida.County Chronicle,Inverness - . \ \ -. '

Florence Lassiter his wife Publish January 31. 1963. .
and Smith and i. \. floe I -
S.Y. Avy Smith ,
his wife. Defendants and the NOTICE BY PUBLICATION oJ- r -- :.
r. -
Bridge St. DunnelioriHU 'docket number of which is NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'J .. ,. .. A ., .-_
#1529. that undersigned,desiring to < ,\ .. -
WITNESS my hard and the engage in business under the > '

official seal of said Court, this fictitious name of Dennie &
23rd day January 1963. Dottie's Diner at Inverness intends -

FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS to register the said name .i--;:-;;:: -
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT with the clerk of the circuit. APACHE SHORES On Beautiful Lake Tsala Apopka- (22 Miles Long I > i9 Central A.....

9-2400 OGLES By: Virginia Deputy S. Williams Clerk court. of Citrus County. Florida. Unrestricted ers Most of Lots these- House Lots or Overlook TrailerLake the Lake Privileges.,.Beautiful for all Wooded Lot Own Lots I I. ,......"L H*. MMM. 7-fft

Prompt Deliveries- Harry M. Hobbs Dated at Inverness.plorida 40 x 70 an! Larger $ 295 and up Inside $20.00 Down, $10.00 per I I would Nfce iJiitionil 1 Jnlemmtan e* te* *

month $1100.00 and Up Waterfront $100.00 Down $25.00 month APACHC, SHOftfS.
Attorney for Plaintiff this day of Jan. 25. A.D. 1963. per I
211 Jackson. Tampa 2. Florida Denver D. Naylor Clubhouse on Lake Private Beach Boat ramps A Fisherman and I NMne

Publish Jan. 31, 1963 Dorothy E. Naylor Hunters Paradise Retirement or Weekend retreat Relax and Live
LUMBER C0. Owners Longer at APACHE SHORES Just 2 Miles to Hernando Shops I Street _

Keep car in tip top running Churches Stores Etc. 7 Miles I .
your Date of first publication Jan.31. to Citrus County Game Reserve City fir?a _,
condition at all times by 1963. 2 Miles. North of Hernando on State Road 200 Drive up or Write ( State
I _._
consulting a mechanic regularly. Pub. Jan 31, Feb 7. 14.21,1963' I

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t ;'X.. HeffnerKeelVows Exchanged. Fay Emerson PaintsYour

Y ';""IIjt } ,_
',1 : -':' At Homosassa Choice Many '-"'-'
J-;, -7- ..
by CarrieWeiss "}:::; : 3eautiful .11
HOMOSASSA. 3 o'clock Colors .
f Sunday afternoon, the Rev. L. i i.
rs Glenn Stephens performed a

I enjoy short projects these Allen Smith. Atlas Shrugged, 1 double ring ceremony uniting 1 Gal. $3.98 l ui

months after the holidays... Ayn Rand is a little weighty Ethel Clara Heffner and CurtisE. : \ ""IP t
enough for a new interest but -but a grande story. Keel in marriage at the First 2 Gal. $6.98 5.-G
still relaxing and a relief from The needlework kits availablein Baptist Church here.
the Christmas rush. the stores now-a-days are iAS Attendants at the ceremonywere

This smock, see pattern, is wonderful even for beginners.All -" Mrs. W.S. Hood and Ward
a short but rewarding sewing the materials needed are Bauknight. Mrs. Duncan Mac-
project. It makes up quickly.Use usually included with the most Rae provided music for the ser
double material for a facing implicit of instructions. Even vice at the piano. W.H. Sanders citrus j
and then simply bind the neck the easiest cf these is a little Jr., vocalist, gave an impres-

I edge. To make a child's (3 to more t me consumimg than a sive rendition of "The Lord's ';Hardware ?
'4 yr.) smock, enlarge the pattern sewing project however. If you Prayer.
I so that each square equals have the time, though, you can Both newlyweds are residentsof
I one inch. To make an adult's turn out handsome gifts for a Homosassa and have many
apron, enlarge the; pattern so friend or even f or yourself. r: : N friends here who wish them a
that 'each square equals 1-1/2 long and happy life together.
inch. This size makes a nice They are postponing their wed-

mother-daughter combination.To Smock Top ding trip until summer when
make a housedress size, i? they plan a three-month's extended Citrus Hardware

or a pajama coverall, enlargethe tour.
pattern so that each square

I equals Materials 2 inches.needed for child's ,.. I I.. 1--- ,.I ONE OF HIS MANY PICTURES of the fascinating adventures in Alaska is shown by speaker Garry Miss Jenkins Picked Courthouse Square

smock Kenwood to Mrs Virginia Counts (center) and Mrs. Vera Rhyne. Mrs. Counts is president of the
1/2 yard 36" wide cotton aJ : I Citrus County Federation of Women's Clubs, and Mrs. Rhyne is president of the Floral CityWoman' By BTW As 'Student'Willie
H -
1/2 yard 36" wide cotton ., % : ; Club. --staff photo
1/2 yard 36" wide cotton ..{. Pearl Jenkins, senior

I I for 2 lining.yards double folded, bias + j '..-,... Women View Slides Club Honors has at Booker been chosen T. Washington as the student High of,

'r the month. She is the daughter of

tape.Rickrack or any other trim- F t- |Mrs.Mary Knox Mr. and Mrs. Nehemiah Jenkins
rr' of Crystal River.
ming desired. Of Climb
Directions: Make 1/2" seams Miss Jenkins serves as editorof To Plant
HOMOSASSA--At the January the school paper and as class
throughout. Enlarge as II
pattern I .
desired. Cut two pieces for FLORALCITY-large groupof Club was host to the county business meeting of the Homo- secretary. She is also an honor
( : t : sassa Civic Club, plans were student and a member of the
smock. Cut two pieces for lin- ; : ladies from throughout Citrus gathering. Mrs. Virginia
made to honor Mrs. Knoxat
Mary National
ing. Seam shoulders of smock, I County gathered in the Com- Counts, Federation president, Honor Association. Camillas & Azate&e IB bud and
a covered dish social the
front to back. Repeat with lining. : I I ; munity Building here last was in charge of the meeting. January social night. on 'o bloom.Qrsaeieata3s.
With right sides together,seam : Thursday for an unusual pro- The welcome was extended by

outer edges of smock and lining : :; 41.J; gram, including a good dinner Mrs. Vera Rhyne, president of Havens According, there to was Mrs.a covered Vincent VALERIE of all toads.
leaving neck edges open. Turn. I and a showing of slides on the host club, and Mrs. Lucy dish and available
Trim neck opening to fit. Bind Alaska. Ware, president of the Crystal Palms that won't freeze
neck edge with bias tape, Cut -ftJ: : I The occasion was the quart- River Junior Woman's Club, and members made contributions signed a gift towarda card Inverness,. Flo

four 9" bias tape ties.Sew open erly meeting of the Citrus County responded. surprise gift for Mrs. Knox. Phone'726.4094 Plenty of shade trees.
edges. Tack to lining on sidesat Federation of' Women'sClubs. Featured speaker for the pro-

position indicated. .. ,, The Floral City Woman's gram was Garry Kenwood, a The inscription on the card Mon. Tues. We will save you mosey.
read; "To honor you, Mary Wed. &
Reading sometimes gets to be a free lance photo-journalist who
project with me, sandwiched in ; ;;:. I is currently engaged in the Knox, for your outstanding civic Thurs., one show only. Get the Beet for Lan.I. .
VFW Has interest and show Box
Party to appreciation office
between at
washing diapers, cook- making of a wildlife film herein opens
ing, cleaning and the rest of it the county. Kenwood showed a in a small way of your 7:15 p.m. Movie begins'at
but I especially take books up Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. For number of fascinating color devotion toward promoting the 7:30 p.m. Fri., two S
Johnson of Pinellas Park are use of this building, and for
this shows
time of year. Escaping I slides pertaining to parts of starting 7:30 p.m.
the parents of a baby girl bornat your contribution of time and
believe the psychiatrists callit. Alaska and slides Sat. & Sun. from
Recently I have more than Citrus Memorial Hospital HERNANDO--Mr. and Mrs. dealing with a recent adven- energy far beyond that of any continuous.Wed. 2 p.m. Pears soft or hard X1.50X2.00
Jan. 27, and which weighed 6 William H. Howard of Hernandowere other member during the past
;enjoyed To Kill A Mocking Bird, lbs and 6 oz. The happy grand- pleasantly surprised last turous expedition up Mt. McKinley two years." 1.50
: 2.00
Harper Lee; Making ofaPresi- North America's high- Plums large red -
,dent--1960, parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tuesday night a week with a There have been many who have Thurs., Friday
"' ,Let the Theodore White; Johnson, Shady Lake Villa, In- party in their honor at the Le- est mountain. He was a mem-. labored during the years to help SAMSON and the 7 MIRACLESOF
Crabgrass Grow, H. ber of the expedition of five.A Curtis 2.75
THE WORLD Pecans 5ft.
verness. Roy Rooks VFW Hall in that toward a building, points out -
short business session followed -
community.The Mrs. Havens.Novthatit is built, Starring Gordon Scott

.d: Holder's! Nursery party was given the newly the ladies the colorful discussed program and the it must produce an income to Yoki Tani Persimmon large Jap. 1.50 2.50
married couple by members of maintain itself, a fact ignoredby
the VFW and and the "Friends of The Library" organization Citizens who Double Feaure
Green House & LandscapingPhone Howards extend Auxiliary their deep-felt for this county. The use many.this new structure are pay help-to RED HOT WHEELSand Ligustum .20 UP
Federation has been approachedby
795-2917 appreciation. ing to keep it in proper condi-
Business Hours..7Days a week The Howards were marriedon regional library officials to tion for use again. SCREAM OF FEAR I Floral City Nursery
SEE OUR PLANTER BOX PLANTS..Crotons Sunday, Jan. 20 at Our Ladyof help with setting up such a Sun. Mon. Tuesday:

Chenilles Colius. Other offerings Include Hibiscus; Fatima Catholic Church, Inverness group. The rare book collection in I THANK A FOOL
t doubles and singles reds,. pinks and corals -.2 by Father James Hoge. Federation The April will 25 meeting feature for a lect-the the University of Florida Libraries -. Starring Susan Hayward 1 1. Block'So. Masonic Lade

colors Bougainvillla, Flowering broad leaf ever-___ Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. ure on "Americanism vs Com- contain books printed as Peter FinchMetrocolor FLORAL CITY. FLORIDA
greens..and peach trees cultured for Central William J. Wilkie of Inverness munism", by Francis Pfost, early as the 15th Century.
Florida..ALL OUR PLANTS AND SERVICES ARE Highlands, formerly of'Staten
principal of Largo High School.
This will be held
meeting at
Mrs. Howard is the former
Crystal St. Crystal River Mrs. Lois King of Lanark, W. Crystal River.Chairman .
in charge of the
Va. Mr. Howard is a residentof
luncheon was Mrs. Edith Linz. LEVINS
Parsons Point. GROCERY
Approximately 75 persons were ,
in attendance.

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Rhone 726-5966 MEATS

INVERNESSFirst St.. Margaret's Episcopal HOLDER Guests of Mr. and Mrs. .
Church Baptist Church Lawrence Floyd and family are
Methodist Cl'urcb, Rev. Rev. Merrill A. Norton, Vicar Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Mrs. Floyd's parents, Mr. and Rath's Choice Black Hawk Beef
Morris C. Gaskins, Pastor 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Mrs. Banks Nice of Salem, Ind. Featuring ,
Sunday: '10:00 a.m. Church School Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nice of
:9:45 a.m. Church school 11:00 a.m. Divine Service
11 a.m. Morning worship HERNANDO May Harrison visited her Grade A
6:30 p.m. Methodist YouthFellowship Church of the Nazarene, daughter and family, Mr. and Fryers Whole Per lb.
i CRYSTAL RIVERSt. Rev. Don Croft, Pastor.
7:30 p.m. Evening worship Ann's Episcopal, Rev. Merrill Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Mrs. J.P. Claville.
Mrs. Maude is a .
Tuggey pat- .
A. Norton, vicar Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. -
ient in Citrus Memorial Hospi-
First Baptist Rev. thomas N. Route 19 N.Y.P.S. 6:45 p.m.
Channell, Sunday Services 9:30 a.m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 tal.Mr.
pastor p.m. .
and Mrs. Ernest Duggarand
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Holy Communion and SermonSt.
family of Tallahassee were Fresh Ground Beef
Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 a.m. First Baptist Church 39C
weekend guests of his parents. Per Ib.
;Trailing Union 6:30 a.m. Benedict's Catholic Church Rev. A.L. Flurdy, pastor .
Rev. and Mrs. Homer Duggarand
"Sun. Evening Worship 7:45 p.m. Sunday Masses: 7, 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. daughter Elaine.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schappelof
:Christian Science Society First United PresbyterianRev. Training Union 6:15 p.m. --
Bushnell and Mr. and Mrs.
:9:30 Sundays a.m.11:00 a.m.Sunday Service School: Minister.. C. Stanley Newburg, D.D. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. James J. Peters Sr. of Keating Rath's Black Hawk ,.

Park had an enjoyable time .
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Hernando Methodist Church
touring the East Coast last
First Lutheran Church of Inverness Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Rev. H.D. Cribb. Pastor
week. They visited the Peter'sdaughter

Woman's, Club Building First Baptist Church, Sunday Sunday:School 10:00 a.m. borne in,Hialeah.Mrs. Dorothy Os- Sliced Bacon ,Per Ib. 59.C

8.00 p.m. Sunday Rev. George L. Painter, pastor Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. and
Mr. Mrs. E.P. ,
Rev. Myron Mador, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Jacobs
former residents,
Worship Service 11:00 a.m. are stayingat
the Riddle Motel in Invernessfor
Church of God, Hwy 41 S. Inverness Training Union 7:00 p.m. FLORAL CITY
Rev. E. D. Neill Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Baptist Church, two months.Dr. Golden Ripe
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Homer Duggar, Pastor Hammontree and
Rev. Paul Beckwith of Grand
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship a.m.

Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. First Rev. Tom Methodist Price Church, pastor. Morning Training Worship Union 11:00 6:30 a.m.p.m. guests Rapids,of Mich.Mr. and were Mrs.weenend Roy Bananas 3 Ibs. for 250

Sunday School 1':00 a.m. Kidd.
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
First Presbyterian,Rev.James
Church Service 11:00 a.m. Frank Ross and John Thompson -
C. Clark, D. D., Minister
Church of Christ of Maryville, Tenn. were
10:00 Church
Sundays. a.m.
Central Church of
Christ their children last
School for all the family; 11:00 Seminole Club Nelson Short, Minister visiting
_a.m. Worship and Sermon Sunday 10:00 and 11:00 a.m. Sunday Bible Study: 10:00 a.m. Thursday.Rosemary Luttrell, Carol Bmdda U.S. No.1.Potatoes 1 i .

and 6 p.m. WorshiD11:00 a.m. Sylvia Ferrill, Paula Zel-

First Assemby of God, ,Rev. Paul T. Dumm, minister Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Iner, Amanda Tooke and Donnie .

Johnnie Powell, pastor. Concidine entered the Horse ,10 Ibs. ,for 39C
Sundays Church of Christ of Cove Bend Methodist Church Show sponsored by the Marion

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Bible Study 10:00 e.m. Rev. Henry Wolfe, pastor. Saddle Club in Ocala Sunday.
Worship 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. --

4 Evangelistic Service 7:30pm. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. Church Evening Services Services 11:00 5:30 a.m.p.m. Kentucky FuneralFor _, 5 ".: '. _' ., : ,,' ''- .

Our Lady of Fatima Catholic H.L. Yancey,81Funeral Our Own Miss Fresh -:: .-.
Church, Sportsmen Park,Rev. HOMOSASSAFirst BROOKSVILLE : : ." -
Baptist Church, Rev. L, Jehovah's Witnesses,
James O.S.B. pastor.MassesSunday Glenn Stephens Brooksville Kingdom Hall services werecon- .

::a.m. Weekday moraines 7:30 & 11:15 at Pa.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. County Park Rd. W. ducted Jan. 25 in Lexington,Ky. Bread _i"2. ,14oz. loaves 1 190
for former resident -
'_ Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Public Meeting, Sun. 300pm. H.L. Yancey a
Training Union 6:30 p.m. Watch Tower Study Sunday of Invernnd who is I -

:Highlands Faith Chapel:Jay and Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. 4:15 p.m known here by a number of I'. .

Elsie Prentiss, Pastors Methodist Church, LECANTO' people.The 81-year-old deceased --Custom Steaks Cut To Order-- '

ounday Services Rev. D. Rossi pastor Churcn of Christ, A. Frank died Jan. 23 in Lexington. He . .. -. -..- '
Church School 10:00 a.m. Sundays 9:30a.m.Sunday School Johnson minister is survived by his wife Minnie '
u Worship Service 11:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Worship Sunday: Yancey, and a sister, Ida. '

Evang. Services 7:30 p.m.SeventhDa Bible Study 10:15 a.m. Sunday Special

RED LEVEL Worship 11:00 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. AJlft. Andersonof
/ Adventist Churcu Baptist Church Worship 7:00 p.m. Floral City entertained Mr.
C.E. Weaks Minister. Eden O.C. Anderson, pastor and Mrs. Edward DuBois ol
: Gardens, 5 mi. East of Inverness -' Bible School 10.00 a.m. ETACHATTA Wallingford, Conn.J. and Mrs. Autocrat Ice Cream. Pt. lOt limit 2I

on Hwy. 44. Sun.. worship service 11:00 a.m. New Hope Methodist Church Grace Lewis. D.1rlngtheirweek

Sabbath School Sat. at 2:30pm. Training Union 6:30 p.m. Sunday School 2:30 p.m. here they visited area state at-
Preaching Sat.at 3:45 p.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m. Worship Hour 3:00 per tractions.

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YOU ARE.CORDIALLY' : INVITED TO ATTEND Letter River Fourth of a SeriesSocial ::: '



This is the fourth of a seriesof want to do so. Q. Why do people start
answers to most-often-asked Q. Is it against the law for smoking
(Editor's Note: 1 M. Zimmerman about rela- A. For of several
questions the health teen-agers to smoke? any ea-
the letter of
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY tionship of smoking and devel- A. Most states and local com- sons: Because it is the accepted -
Inverness City opment of cancer. The series munities have laws forbidding thing to do in their
Cemtr 0c.ola at Emory.St.ln..s, Florida read Saturday Grand Matron and Mr. Bow- has been issued by the Florida the sale of cigarettes to those family; because their friends
SUNDAY SERVICE 11:00 A.M. cilwoman Grand Patron of the or- Division of the and smoke
American Can- under 21-or. in some instances associates ; to try
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. The sented.letter) is Tuesday evening, Jan. 22,was cer Society and is reprinted in under 18. A few communities to express independence or.
TESTIMONIAL MEETING 7:30 ?JU winter congregational meet this newspaper as feature of actually have laws against maturity; or as a form of protest -
2nd and 4th Wednesdays the Honorable Council Mayor; and pot luck dinner at the general public interest. Read- smoking under these ages, but against parental. school

READING ROOM OPEN 'TO PUBLIC- FrI. 2-4, ness City, Florida: ; . Methodist Church. Rev. ers tion desiring about cancer further control informa-sub- such laws are rarely enforced. authority

also before and after the Wednesday, meeting- Serving the Price states that 95 per- jects are requested to send
Location Sunday'School room City of Inverness attended the dinner. After their written> inquiries direct to

: "THE seven years, it meeting an excellent film the state Division of the American New FloridawonProduced
BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU" privilege to see the life of Martin Luther was Peach
i Cancer Society 416 Tampa
VFLA Rfio 970 Sunday-8:15 A.M.
of this City as it Street, Tampa 2, Florida.Q. .
WDBOR i 580 Sun day-9:15 A.M.ll many crises to Rev. George L. Painter,past Is there any connection and recommended by--
of the C.R. Baptist Church is
gress. Many times
strong opposition host to a large group of between ents and smoking children?habits of par-' FLORIDA EXPERIMENT STATIONAt
has acted for the of the Marion
A. school
citizens as was Association, who are Among high age Last
boys and girls the number who
do when assuming a school of missions
I authority and Sunday, Jan. 27th through high smoke if their cigarettes parents is are twice cigar-as A Delicious Peach Can Be Raised In Florida.
have been Feb. 1st at the local
ette smokers as it is if their
conscience and One of the six promin-
parents do not smoke. If only Landscape NurseryU.S.
duty for the good : speakers here, spoke each
one parent smokes, the
of this week.
On Tues
never Unfortunately come about, a luncheon was served to the tion of children smoking is Hwy. 41 No. & State Hwy. 44 East '

: ,Q'P au \..' ping on someone's delegates from the Ocala' ents intermediate.who have Children stopped smokingare of par-
The action of who attended the meet
more likely to smoke than
The luncheon was in ,
employee fully
the children of who have
: authority of the of the Womens Mission-
Seed Potatoes forth Union. Among the speakers never smoked.
Q. Why is it considered bad
sure, undue Miss Fay Taylor, who is a for
young people to smoke?
fied accusations, to Indonesia andfor A. Aside from the undesir-
embarrassment, the local circle of mis- \
is named.* able immediate effects rapid 4cI-I-: OrEM ALL HOURS I
insults and
i Just In
Shipment pulse, irritated lung linings,
city all these Miss Gretchen Van Roy, a
breath-the 3m
tions of a resident of C.R., now a primary
group whose sole in Coral Gables schools reason is that young smokersare
ALLEN'S HARDWARE establishing an addictive
pears to be up on Friday to be pre
habit which can be injurious all
group has caused at the dedication of a park-
1H! Blks. North of Court House Inverness good moneys badly lot, which she has pre- their lives. Most of them will
it exceedingly difficult to
the benefit of our to the Presbyterian con-
break this habit even if they
moneys were spent The lot is diagonally
ion, to preserve the church property at
Beautiful Citru County"- Ae City. Men of and Market Streets and .
i and reputation been filled and paved. It daughters, Julie and Charlotte 25*

light of unfair, thinktng..ot'r. a splendid addition to the of Lebanon Station, spent the
unjust accusations property. Several other weekend with the former's sis- Dry lOt
members of this of Miss Van Roy were ter, Mrs. Raymond O.Brienand
endured. To assure to witness the dedica family at their Crystal Street i Take a shortcut
sors on this of the lot, which is a mem home.
from such to the donor's parents,the Mrs. James Osteen enjoyeda i I
fice, every effort Mr. and Mrs. Frederick visit of her niece Mrs. I.E. through yourSweek's
to clarify a Roy. Johnson and her husband! of i
while office. Asbury Park N.J. during the
in Mr. and Mrs. Lester B. f
The past year has returned to their home in past week. They left on Sundayfor washing here
of trial by fire Terrace after spending Miami where they are visit
members. ing other relatives.
Their with a group of friends in Of
derstanding and Petersburg.Mr. Plenty Parking SpaceECONOWASH .
been found
a .not. .
and Mrs. Carlton C. Hunt
These are the been the
vacationing during
Mr. Scofield of week in Pompano Beach and ,
TOMBEBLIH'S FISHING COTTAGES not named in the with friends. They re- SEt!1r Fjf
sets him a man I tJ Palm Springs, their 24 Hoar Self Servkt Lwtikv

Mr. Hair and on Saturday.Mr .
whose terms of Charles Harper and her Corner. of Iraci and Apopka Sis. uvewfs
a ion. When and if
elected the present

ion will no longer ,1 ,.. ...
Mr. Earley has '-

no longer affected
Balasch alone
member under REAL SHARp
reason for :\ FORD
sent court action. IJtJf
deep concern to me.Seven \ :

: : City has years made of me ANNUAL

the many phases of ;
lity of a
pect of an additional
of funds for legal (
This is the sane from Tomberlin's .Fishing Cottages on Lake $4,000)) and a
Tsala Apopka at Hernando, F':)rldo" Just one of: the many fine (approximately $
spots in Citrus County for a family group to spend their vaca tremely distasteful
tion. A nice place near fine fishing, boating, water skiing and feeling of right and
|lust plain resting. A year around vacation spot. Watch this column is of greatest
for other attractive. vacation spots ell in beautiful Citrus proper conduct of

County. ? fairs has been D
matter of
between citizen and

Tomberlin'sFishing Moss Oaks even within the
cord reigns. For

Cottages :Trailer Court Sales I submit to you my
as a member of

FLA. AOUlTSOH1Y February 1, 1963.It .

Specialize in FamilyVacatlaninp.. this: vacancy is my hope can BRAND-NEW FORDS DOWN HERE-ALL PRICED TO MOVE! EXTRA SAVINGS FOR YOU! IMMEDIATE

Special Yearround'Rate
next regular
? -
stares and restaurants. My intent in .

MODERN, EFFICIENT Hwy.. 41'S. .Inverness sincere desire to
COTTAGES WITH GAS OR necessity for

ECTRIC KITCHENS .Phone 7261212Woody's present court
Phone 72&..<<86 '.. eliminate the '

special election This Falcon Futura isone .5'-... &SS'.. S.SS
my own position on
of 6 convertibles
Motor CourtCeramic I place myself on .
.cial altar of in 3 sizes from Ford!

Oralll Hotel' Tiled Showers having the utmost AH with service-saving
Newly Decorated the 'good judgment features, some with
fied support of the bucket seats! .
ktynt In.the COMFORTABLE AWAY FROM Carlye Spry,
Hart of Town HOME! Louise Cooper. Inverness
Separate Units, away from Nora Louise Dollt, Dunnellon
Very Cozy highway notse, quiet and June Louise Shiran. J

Rooms'by where relaxation is Crystal River
Day Week :- or Month r predominant. Beverly Jeane Hymes, Save on a big Fordl!
Reasonable Rates Commercial Rates. 4 acres a Dunnellon Enjoy Ford Galaxie'snew
Ph. 726-1821 for parking Commercial Doris Marie Green Inverness $10 Million Ridein
trucks. : - Harry Van Nortwick Inverness a luxurious sedan,

U.S. 41 & 44-Ph. 726-3865 Maude B. Tuggey, Floral City hardtop wagon or
f *iii| aii i Stephen DaleSawvell Inverness convertible all with
if Hardie S. Brassell, Dunnellon
Midtown \VEEKEND RETREATS . f I Sally Mae Johnson, service-saving fea
Choice of 7 locations. Qussa-
PInellas Park turesl!
lawitzka, River. Crystal River. I
Trailer Perk '- Inverness. Wtthlacoochee 1.s. ; Ray M. Fillinger. Floral City

Backwaters (3) Withlacoochee Vic Barnes YankeetownAda

1 block So. of Court House River at Nobletoo. e 1 Della KohnopInverness Riggs. Inglis
Back of Martyrs'DI n.VATERFRONT PARK. BOAT I Maude K. Johnson.. Homosassa Now's the time to get a

Special Year 'Round Rates RAMPS & DOCKS.Average size Springs wagon from America's .
Large Mobile Home Sites 60 x 140 from $395.00 to $595. WING II wagon specialist!-
Trailers for Rent Adults 00. $10.00 down. $10.00 per Ida Watkins Crystal River Choice of 15 wagons -

Ecen*O.Wash/ Month. No restrictions. Write Arzula DISCHARGESWING Chestnut Dunnellon' in 4 sizes, including _
for brochure. Glenn Bland. Bill
Phone :, the 63 Ford Galaxie
Inverness 726-4371 1Barbara
Dicks Real Estate Dunnellon.'
Gayle Arnold ,', Country Sedan illustrated
Ph. 489-2328, .
InvernessM. here. 'Iiij'
: Margaret Workinger, .
liltS A e Ada Kohnop WAT ,
Holiday ,
Esther L.Pendarvis s i

Fishiag i Resort State lake' Road Tsala No.Apopka 44: on . d A.Thomas Doris Carroll Marie M.Roberts Studer Green 1,7, BE SMART..BUY, SMART! P.S. YOUR PRESENT CAR DOES -NOT HAVE TO iE PAID FOR i

Crystal River, Florida' : Alice W. Schwab !:
Modern Cottages .J. Leo W. Schwab
pvinrude Motors Val Evelyn Whitton
Enterprises Caryle V. Spry
Guides Boats BIRTHS Chick Chitty Ford Inc.Main

Air Conditioning ...TV. U.S., Highway 41, South WINT : .
'",, :. ': ,INVERNESS To Mr.and Mrs.Raymond Johnson. I

Phone 795-7242 Phone 726.5641 1-2163.. Pinellas Park a girl on & Trout Streets tavwntss. i-toriu*


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The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE Ja. ry 31. 1963_ 5-A


Public Notice Public Notice Public_ Notice_



s o
m ear o WAWTED osr ou DRIVE ***.... Sealed bids will be received

Notice is hereby given under the fiy the Board of County Commissioners -
Sealed bids will be receivedby provisions of Section 608.36, Citrus County.

-- the Board of County Com- Florida Statutes, to each of the Florida up to 10OOo'ciockA.M.

cal Real Estate Help Wonted Public NoticeNOTICE Public Notice missioners, Citrus County, corporations listed below, the E.S.T., February 4, 1963, at
is mleoe s / Florida up to 10i00A.M.,E.S.T. same being incorporated under which time and place all bids received -

February 4, 1963, at which time the laws of Florida and according will be opened and read
1Ip Ip CLIENT has $1000 to $1500 to FOR SALE--Three bdrm. two MALE HELP WANTED OF SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN and place all bids received will to the records of the aloud for a 1963 TRUCK TANDEM ."*

# loan on Improved real estate for bath, tile roof, carport and SALES AGENT.Wanted by lead- $263,000.00CITY THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR- be opened and read aloud for a Secretary of State, each and AXLE DRIVE with specifications -

l; two to three years. M.C. SCOT utility. Lot 100 ft x ISO ft. ing agricultural chemical company OF INVERNESSFLORIDA CUIT IN AND FOR CITRUS MOUNTED DUMP BODY AND every such corporation appears as follows; .

FIELD. Inverness. Fla. 5-tfc $500 down at Sportsmen's Park full or part time to cover REFUNDING BONDS, COUNTY FLORIDA.IN HOIST with specifications as delinquent for three (3) yearsor Specifications for ((1)) New 1963

see JOHN OSSENFORT, 726- local area and serve farmers ISSUE OF 1962 CHANCERY.Case follows: more in the filing of reports Truck Tandem Axle Drive

1371._ 3-tfc and grove owners. Straight Sealed bids will be receivedby No. 1547 BODY and payment of taxes under the Minimum GVW 35.000 Lbs

MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED x FOR SALE--Sell $6000 equity- commission. You must have the City Council of the City BANK OF LAKE ALFRED, a 1. Heavy Duty Contractors. provisions of Section 608.33. Cab to Axle to be approximately

WORK IN CIVIL SERVICE in home in Lake Tsala Gardens some knowledge or experiencein of Inverness, Florida, at the office Florida corporation 2. 10 Yard water level capa- Florida Statutes and that under 84".
't grammer school education trailer. Frame house House, General Manager, P.O. of Inverness. Florida,until4:00 vs 3. 12 feet long x 7' wide, In- 608.36 Florida Statutes said Minimum Front Axle 7000 Lb -
on two
usually sufficient. Train now lakefront lots Parson's Point, Box 1115, Winter Garden, Fla. P.M., Eastern Standard Time, CHARLES D. BAUER,FLEETA side. corporations have been classedas with factory installed power

at home for jobs with Security.For Hernando. $6500 or less for Include your telephone number. February 13, 1963, at which BAUER, MARGARET BRONDOS 4. 10 gauge steel sides and subject to dissolution and steering
details send name, address 5-2c all bids will be SCOFIELD; INVESTMENTCOMPANY front 7 steel floor; 7
cash. See F. FLYNN. Lake Dr. time and place gauge that three (3) months after dateof Minimum Rear Axle 28,000 Lb.
phone no. NATIONAL Lake Tsala Gardens or WANTED' MAN OR WOMAN publicly opened and read, for a Florida corpora- gauge tailgate. this publication each and Full Air Brakes

.TRAINING SERVICE, BOX 65E. write East F. FLYNN, Rt. 1, Box SPARE TIME-To refill and col- $263,000.00 City of Inverness, tion and any unkown claimants, 5. 4" structural steel cross- every such corporation listed Standard CabDirectional

Inverness... Fla. 3-lOc. 66, Inverness, Fla. ,4-3p lect money from our machines Florida, Refunding Bonds, Issue NOTICE TO DEFENDIn Defendants. members. below that has not in the mean- Signals
dispensing HiGrade candy, gum of 1962 dated December 1,1962 6. 6" structural steel longitu .
SNAPSHOT'DEVELOPI I NO at time filed its reports due and ((2)) West Coast Type Mirrors
the Name of the State of
and sport cards in this area. and maturing serially in numer- dinals. paid the taxes due under the Air Horn
ZELLER MUSEUM and. Looking ForA Easy to do. Excellent income. ical order on December 1 of the Florida: 7. Crossmembers gusseted to provisions of Section 608.33 Tires (10) to be 1000 by 12
studios camera shop.Fast, To: Charles D. Bauer, Fleeta
$475.00 cash required, securedby and in the fol- longitudinals.
amounts as
years Florida Statutes, will be certi- Ply Tires & Tube Reg Hwy Use
courteous, quality service by inventory. Include phone lows: .Bauer, his wife, whose addressis 8. Body top rail side; 45 degree fied to the Governor of the Disc Type Wheels'Transmlsblon
experts. U. S.41 N.Inverness.Z Rt. 1, West Frankfort, Ill-
Bargain 1614. boards and
52-tfc number. Write P.O. Box Year Amount Year Amount sloped running State of Florida, who will issue 5th Direct -
-, Daytona Beach, Florida. 5-2c 1963 $23,000 1968 $30,000 inois; Margaret Brondos whose rub rail to be formed from one a Proclamation at that time with 3 speed Auxiliary Trans-
4 room retirement cottage with 1964 25,000 1969 31,000 address is 909 East Poplar piece.
for dissolving said mission.
responsible corporation.
I will not be created by access to lake. Ideal location on WORLD'S LARGEST COSMETIC 1965 23,000 1970 28,000 Street, West Frankfort,Illinois; 9. Body running boards to be For further information con-
debts anyone
any other than myself. EDWARD G. US 41 between Inverness and. COMPANY-Has openings for 1966 27,000 1971 30,000 Scofield Investment Company, one piece and incorporated 45 Citrus tact Francis W.Williams,Clerkof

Springs. Floral City neat, mature. women. Average 1967 23,000 1972 23,000The whose address is 209-210Mas- degree slope. County Circuit Court and Clerk of
RYBERG, 5-3p $2 per hour with Avon.We train bonds will consist of 263. onic Building,Inverness, Florida 10. Inside body corners to incorporate the Board, or Bennie Barnes
Florida. For A Real Deal if the above named
you. Write INEZ HEWITT, Box non-registrable coupon bonds, persons 45 degree slope. CITRUSPrincipal Place Road Superintendent. Citrus

Fiberglass & MaterialsSee Call or See 485, Clermont, Fla. 5-lc numbered from 1 to 263 inclusive respectively, be alive, and if 11. Tailgate horizontal bracesto Name of Business County reserves the right to reject -
in the denomination of any of the above named personsare be self cleaning type with Bellamy Cattle any and all bids.

EXPERIENCED driller oper- 1000.00 each. Principal and dead, their respective un- top flange incorporating 45 degree Company Hernando BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -
WithLaPopkaIslands well MILLER'SBAR semi-annual interest 1 known heirs, devisees, grantees slope.
ate rig. Inquire (June Bolt (Tommy) CITRUS COUNTYBy
ED WHITACRE Hwy. 200 .N. Hernando. and December 1)) shall be pay- creditors or all other par- 12. Top rail of sides and tail- Building SupplyInc. : FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS

Route 44Withlacoochee 52pA able in lawful money of the 'ties or persons claiming by, gate to be reinforced with one Crystal RiverClayDean Clerk
'River United States of America at through, under or against them continuous piece inverted chan-
WATKINS ROUTE in this Publish Jan. 24, 31, 1963
Phone 748-6593 area] The First National Bank of respectively: and all persons or nel. Builders Inc. Inverness
Inverness 726-1223 is open for semi-retired man,: Chicago, Chicago, Illinois parties having or claiming to 13. Minimum of 4 vertical pyra-

? or lady. Many semi-ret I red'people The bonds are general obli- have any right, title or Inter- mid type side braces in addi- .Crystal-Tenn Inc. .Crystal River It pay sco advertise

PLANNING BUILD FOR SALE--TwO bdrm home, are earning $50 to $100: gations of the City Inverness, est in and to the following des- tion to front and rear corner' CurtisEngineering
NEED 1005g FINANCING? modern. per week depending on time devoted cribed land, lying and being in
Jal. porch, garage, Florida and for the prompt posts. Homosassa
We offer 20-25 year Bank rate 100 150 ft. to business.Maybe you full Citrus County, Florida, to-wit: 14. ,
Lot ft x at Sportsmen's payment thereof, the faith, Heavy duty hardware, binges -
.financing on our BEAUTIFUL can qualify. For personal inter' Lot 17 Block 7 Unit 2 Springs
Park. credit and taxing power of said etc. Scofield Re-I ssessea
MASONRY HOMES. $6.950.00up view in your area, write J. H. Hickory Hill Retreats, accord-
Contact JOHN OSSENFORT City is pledged.The principal of 15. Continuous welded construction -I Chevrolet Co. :'Inverness
completely finished,carport 726-1371. 3.tfc McGarity, Williston, Fla. -3c : and interest on said bonds are ing to the map or plat thereof throughout.
T.M.I.C. Inc. Crystal
.Included. For free brochure ,
recorded in Plat Book 3 Bargains
from and secured pages 16. Full of
Male or Female experienced payable by a apron across rear ofPickardy
write Box 23, Leesburg, Fla4c. 'WILL TRADE' equity three- bookkeeper for building firm. levy of ad valorem taxes with- 75 and 76 of the Public Re- body to hide body understruct- Inc. Crystal River

bdrm., two bath home,excellent. Write giving experience,salary out limitation as to rate or cords of Citrus County,Florida. ure. It is further directed that a 2 lots nr Floral City &
location St. Petersburg, convenient and references. all taxable You, and each of you: are 17. Paint one inhibi-
Your HOME FURNITURE' expected P.O. amount on property ; coat rust copy of this notice be publishedone Hi Way 41
STORE authorized FRIGI- to schools, shoppi n g Box 65 A, Inverness, Fla. 3-tfc within the City as provided in hereby notified that a suit in ting primer one coat automo- time in The Citrus County
DAIRE and MAYTAG appliance center, bus at door,for three or the Ordinance authorizing said equity has been brought againstyou tive primer one coat finish Chronicle, a 18 ft. trailer house
four bdrm. home in Invern ess. Retired Builder for Bookkeeping ' bonds and are issued for the by jhe Bank of Lake Alfredin paint. newspaper pub- 55 Dodge station wagon
dealer. service what
We we lished in Inverness. Florida,
ell.. 38-tfc Write Chronicle, Box 65 C. In- with large constructionfirm. purpose of refunding certain the Circuit Court, Fifth.Judicial 18. 10 gauge 36 inch cab pro- in which county the home officeof 62 Zenith TV 23 inCftlzlIs
Full or part time. Write Circuit, in and for Citrus
verness. outstanding bonded indebtedness tector formed from one piece the above listed
fully, giving references,exper- of the City. County, Florida, and you are with 7 gauge steel side guss- corpora-
NEW WATERFRONT bd- tions are shown to be located.IN i LtM
'REEL & ROD service *- We ience. P.O. Box 65 A. Inverness The bonds of this issue hereby summoned, ordered and ets.
r home stucco Out- WITNESS WHEREOF
trade and BERT'S REEL rm. masonry stave
swap. Fla. 3-tfc required to file your written answer -
in the HOIST
SHOP, Glenn's Camp, 1st road side, concrete and tile floors, maturing and years or defenses to the Comp- 1. 7" 3 120" hereunto set my hand and caused Locally Owned &
1 thereafter redeemable
on. left, Rt. 44, S. Inverne s s patio door and patio.16 Lots of Public NoticeIN prior to their :respective are stated laint filed herein against you in length class stage 11 front mount open the Great Seal of the State of Operated for all
J. 5-tfc cupboard space x service dates of maturity at the option the above entitled cause, in the telescopic 20-ton capacity, sub- Florida, to be affixed at Tallahassee Citnu: County: Folks
__ and storage bldg. $7,950. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the Capital,this the 25th *
office of the Clerk of the Cir- frame and Caw House Sgear.Inverness .
of the whole
City, in or longsills to mesh,
Hay announces of 1963.
day A.D.
cuit Court in and for Citrus
but in inverse numerical in order to allow lowest
.n part, practical -
the opening of his office for Arrow Dr. Last St. off Rte. IN AND FOR CITRUSCOONTYSTATEOFFLOmDA TUM ADAMS
County, Florida, at his office in
order if less than all
on mounting.
the 200 Shores Hernando
practice of in Apache ,
optometry the Court House in Inverness, SECRETARY OF STATE
December 1 1967 2. Hoist frame be
or on any to made from
5-tfc 1550. .
Rivet Hours Fla. NO.
Crystal Inn. Sat. IN CHANCERY. Publish 31 1963.
25 January ,
interest payment date there- Florida, on or before the structural steel channel.
9:00 a.m. 19 4:00 p.m. 43-rfe BENJAMIN HAY WOOD,
FOR SALE--260 ft. frontage on -vsPlaintiff, after at par and accrued inter- day of February, A.D., 1963, For further information con-
Ph. 793-. 28*. Homosassa road next to Julian RUBY LEE est to date of redemption to- and to serve a copy of such an- tact Francis W.Williams,ClerIc.of .
- k '
'' TV* SALES Locklear home. Price $1600. HAYWOOD.Defendant.. gether with a premium of two swer or defenses upon L. E. Circuit Court and Clerk of

Home Furniture Store Phom Terms. See M.C. SCOFIELD, NOTICE OF surr per centum (2%) of the par value Brown, of the firm of Wool- the Board, or Bennie Barnes, No Money Down
folk Curtis & Newman.Plaintiff's ,
thereof however that Myers Road Superintendent Citrus
; provided, ,
Masonic Temple Building STATE OF FLORIDA TO:RUBY-
726-2922;; .v.c pie die most owner. thirty days' published notice attorneys herein, County reserves the right to
Inverness, Fla. 5-lc LEE HAYWOOD Whose resi- reject Brand New 2 B.R. Home
for the. old set when you dence, address whereaboutsis shall have been given in ,the whose address is 130 East Cen- any and all bids.
trade for a new TV.. Good FOR SALE CHEAP: Lot 20, unknown and being a non- manner provided in the Ordin- tral Avenue.Lake Wales, Florida BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- Complete tor living ceramic bach carport sere....,

'election of used TV's S251, Blk 334, Unit 10 Homosassa. resident of the State of Florida. ance authorizing the bonds. on or before said date as SIONERS CITRUS COUNTYBy porch, well, septic tank insulation, oil fur,.ace,

and UD. Large high lot. Write A.J. McDONALD You are hereby notified thata Bidders are requested to name required by the laws of Floridaand : FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS. garbage disposer, utility room, beautiful ceded lot

2119 Magnolia St., suit has been brought against the interest rate not exceeding the 1954 Florida Rules of Clerk, 80 x 125. All utilities In. $8,950.00 $75.00 per month
ANTIQUE BRICK for sale. three and three-fourths Civil Procedure. If you fail to 31 1963 total.
Texarkana, Texas. 54pIN you in the Circuit Court of the per P-blish: Jan. 24, ,
Large amount and colors to in do so, a Decree Pro Confessowill
centum per annum, multiplesof
Fifth Circuit and for VILLAGE Flora! City
Judicial ZAN-MAR
choose from, cleaned and de CRYSTAL RIVER Mobile Citrus State of Florida,' 1/4 or 1/10 of 1%. No bid be entered against you for
livered. Contact HERBERT for less than and the relief demanded in the Com NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 1 Mile South U.S. 2
homesites on U.S. 19 S., 70 X in Chancery, by Benjamin Hay- par accrued interest on 41. blocks West on S.R. 480.
RANDOLPH, Rt. 3, Box 377 A, '75, all with central water. $22 wood, the plaintiff, and are or for less than all of plaint. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN EDWARD L. JONES Owner & Developer.
Ocala..ph. 629-6787. 33cGRAVEL down and $10 mo. Contact you the bonds offered will be enter- You are further notified that that the undersigned,desiring to Phone 726-1483
hereby required to serve upon
q the nature of said suit is to in business under the
FLORA VEAL owner at 7952822 Geo. W. Scofield plaintiff's attorney tained. The bonds will be awarded engage
I'TRACTORSNew, .or 795.1410.. 47-tfc whose address is 206 to the bidder offering to foreclose the mortgage given to fictitious name of Citrus Motelat
teboiit, part, reap rs. ROGERS purchase at the lowest net interest Leisure Homes, Inc. and recorded Route 41,N.Hernando, Florida -
AUTOMOTIVE, Tarares. Ph. FOR SALE--Large shaded lots Bank of Inverness Building, Inverness cost to the City, such cost in Mortgage Book 77, intends to register the said

3433071. 43-tfc. 100 ft x 150 ft. Priced from Florida, copy of your to be determined by deductingthe page 328,Public Records of Citrus name with the clerk of the cir-

$850 to $1200. $25.00 down, as written defenses to said causeon total amount of any premiumbid County, Florida,end subse- cuit court of Citrus, County "For Pleasant Living"WALTER'S
FREE DUMPING .*D1RTONLY low as $10.00 per month. Con- or before the 6th day of from the aggregate amountof quently assigned to the Plain- Florida.
1963 and file the
Landscape Nursery tact JOHN OSSENFORT 726- March originalof interest on all the bonds from tiff by that Assignment recordedin Dated at Inverness, Florida

Sportsmen's Park 1371, Sportsmen's Park. 3-tfc office said of written the Clerk defenses of the in Cir-the December 1, 1962 until their Book 77, pg. 331 of the Pub- this day of January, A.D. 1963 DUVAL ISLAND ADDITION

respective maturities. lic Records of Citrus County, Elmer Eichhorn
NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS FOR SALE--New, two bdrm. cuit Court at Inverness, Florida Each bid must be on form to Florida, upon the following des Helen EichhornHemando /ou will see here the "W 0 n del &ul Difference
HUNT CAMPS masonry home, off Lake Brad- ; otherwise a Decree Pro Make. bomeskes are-eftChattcecf
WHO ERECTED be furnished by the undersigned cribed real property: Florida ,Trees Spacious
1 ON THE WrTHLACOOCHEE ley. Carport, utility room, lake Confesso will be entered againstyou. enclosed in a sealed envelope Lot 17, Block 7, Unit 2, Owners towering live oaks, providing the desired pri-

STATE FOREST.All structures priviliges. 5900. H.ROURKE, The purpose of said suit is marked "Proposal For Bonds", Hickory Hill Retreats, Accord- Date of first publication Jan. 17 laCy and adding to the beauty and comfort of your

and equipment must be removed Box 14 C. Rt. 1, Floral City 5-lc, for divorce and jurisdiction is must be accompanied by a cer- ing to the map or plat thereof Pub. Jan. 17. 24.31 Feb.7,1963 home. All homesites have access to Lake Tsala

from the site by 5:00 p.m., Fla. acquired by publication of this tified or Bank Cashier's or recorded in the Plat Book 3, Apopka and outlet to the Withlacoochee R I v *,

Wednesday, February 6, 1963. Notice of Suit. Treasurer's check for $5,260. pages 75 and 76 of the Public making wonderful system of waterways for your

h W. F. Cowan Forest Manager. For Rest Witness my hand as Clerk this and 00, upon an incorporated bankor Records of Citrus County, Flo- added pleasur- Drive out today or send for bro-
42cJ the seal of this court on
the 28th day of January A.D. trust company, payable unconditionally rida.The chure.
& KUSED WASHERS.Hospitalfor FOR RENT--Three room furn. 1963. to the order of the name of the court in HEARINGAIDSOnly
apt. 108 Highland Ave Inver- of which this suit has been insti-
Automatic. Our work Is FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS City Inverness Florida on J. DALE WALTER
specializing in repairing RCA ness, Fla. 5-2p Clerk of the Circuit Court which no interest will be allow tuted is Circuit Court, Fifth 528.95Up.Landscape .

Whirlpool .and Kenmore Auto- ed. Award or rejection of bids judicial Circuit, Citrus County
By Janet C. Hensley D.C. Frt'A.TrialTer. Duval Island Floral city Fta.
Trailer Florida, and the abbreviated title .,
matic Washers and Dryers. We FOR RENT-Nice lots, GEO. W. SCOFIELD will be made on the date above ,

also buy and sell used washers. Jake privileges. $10 per month Bank of Inverness Bldg. stated for the receipt of bids, of this case is Bank of

North of town. Ph. '726-2622 at Lakeside Park. See SCY Inverness, Florida and the checks of unsuccessfui"bidders Lake Alfred vs. Bauer et ai,

3-tfc HIBBARD at Chronicle. 38-tfp ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFFPub. will be returned.im Case No. 1547.It Nursery
is hereby ordered that this 1 _
Jan.31,Feb.7, 14.21. 1963 mediately. The check of the Two outlets
Hand or Machine made draperies successful bidder will be held order and notice shall be pub-

made to order experienced Work Wanted Notice is hereby given that the uncashed as security for the lished once a week for four ((4)) 1 mile East on Hwy. 44 SNAPP REALTYEXCLUSIVE

operator. Ph. 726-1885. 3i3c Board of County Commissioners performance of his bid, but in consecutive weeks in the Citrus and at Sportsm'en'sParle

FOR SALE-14""Motorola Port Responsible woman presently of Citrus County. Florida the event that the successful County Chronicle, a newspaper
will hold a public hearing in the published in Inverness, Citrus SALES REPRESENTATIVES OF'
able TV and coffee table. Tele- employed in northern Florida bidder shall fail to comply with
726-2166. 5-1 wishes to return to Citrus County. County Commissioners' Room the terms of his bid', the check County, Florida and having a
phone of.the Citrus County Courthousein .general circulation in-CitrUS
.Experienced general office may then be cashed and the INVERNESS HIGHLANDSSEE
work sales clerk and; motel Inverness, Florida, at 10.OO proceeds thereof retained as County, Florida. .
Restaurant Stuff Freezers, o'clock A.M. on Tuesday, 5 WITNESS hand as Clerkof
management. Dependable loyal and for full liquidated damages. my
cookers dishes WaterfrontMooile
,FER ALE glasses Hernando., etc.STUFF honest. P.O. Box 65 D. Inverness March 1963, for the purpose of The unqualified approving the Circuit Court of Citrus US FOR ALL PURCHASES: ,

Fla. 4-2p establishing a bulkhead line for opinion of Freeman.Richardson County, Florida and the seal OIse SlteS SALES OR TRAKSFJERS.OF EQUIT
the following land in Citrus & Watson of Jacksonville of the said Court at Inverness. .

FOR SALE OR RENT: New 3 'WANTED-Part time bookkeeping County, Florida, to-wit: Florida will be furnished with- Citrus County Florida on the PHONES: 736-1241 or 7262471'1=

bdrm. home in Ocala. Contact general office work, Government Lot 2. in Sect- out cost to the purchasers of 14 day of January. AJX, 1963. From $1,595.00 MILE SOUTH ON U.S. HIGHWAY 41

Scy Hibbard at the Chronicle.tfc. :experienced. Call 726-1205. ion 4, Township 20 South,Range the bonds. There will also be FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS Direct Salt to Tate Gulf -Fishing.Fresh_and 0
5-1<<:: 16 East. furnished the
.usual closing
and all interested persons will pa- Clerk of the Circuit Court Contact:

Come see Bring money govern themselves accordingly pers.The bonds will be 'delivered Citrus County. Florida
Antiques, clocks chairs You BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- the By: Virginia S Williams
to successful
purchaser on
or February 23. 1963. at
E. Brown Brand New 2 B.R. HomeComplete
Trallors4 FLORIDABy
Hernando. New and Used The Bank of Inverness. Inverness I
fc New-
Woolfolk. Curtis
-"- Myers Homosa...
Large trailer lots-shade and : sCLYDE BYRD Florida, or elsewhere.at man Springs
good water. Recreation bldg. Chairman the purchaser's expense. Telephone 7.95-2882

UVtfh 1S41\ and shuffle boards. Brooks- Publish Jan. 24. 31.Feb., 1963 Copies of the official statement Lake 130 East Wales Central Florida Avenue for living ceramic bath carport,
ville 1/4 So. Hwy 41. 5-4p proposal forms and the porch well septic task iaMiUtioa. oil funwo.
for Plaintiff
Best tar Less NOTICE PUBLICATION Ordinance Attorneys featurM bmmlful
disposer special
the issuance garbage storage
authorizing Pub. 24, 31 Feb., 14, 1963
Shiners 80$ Do NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of he bonds may be you buy..See 1/4 acre lot. Paved street all utilttM te.. 1/2
*. E.D. Neill! that the undersigned,desiring obtained from the undersigned.The Aliens bam in utility room, garden cupboard, bride Y.ad .....-
2 Doc.!: $1.50 Reg. engage in business under the right to reject any and "The job of the newspaper is Point batteas. $12,60" 00. Caafc or Term

2 Doz $1.80 Large General Contractor fictitious name of Country.Corner all bids is reserved. to comfort the afflicted and afflict (Gospe1lsland-Inverness)

'Mfancms .' at Lecanto Crossroads,Fla. REMA Y. DEAN the comfortable.-F. P.

& Builder i intends to register the said City Clerk of Inverness Florida Dunne (Mr. Dooley). AU waterfront lots .
5 DPI.. $1.00 1 name with the clerk of the circuit Section3.Thisresolutonshalltake ZAN-MAR VILLAGE I Flwal CRy
HICKORY court of Citrus Count,
Direct from Hatcrurry ,Route j 1 Highway! 44' Florida.. passage.effect immediately upon its r ':AIM orlers $2750. & up..T erms

Se. Big-Hearted Bert 3 miles East of Inverness Dated at Inverness. Florida Publish 31 Largest
at Phone 726-2755 this day of Jan. 17. A.D. 1963.. Jan. Feb. 7,1963 __ Aut tastrax:*Cs.INSUSANCI ,. Ask your Realtor to show 1 Mile Seat oa U.s. 41. 2 Btecks W.M..&S.R. 411.

GLENN'S CAMP Free plans service Janice M. Rowe Wi you this fine property or EDWARD L. JONES Owner & Dev,1s .r.

Financing available H.,Ernest Rowe $tJItJ-Alad I contact Wm. Spanjer(owner) Phone 7>>-1_

1 1st Road en Left, Lots for Sale Owners Use the Chmnide Want Ads. Dunnellon, Florida.

Kt 44 S., Inverness: For a Square Deal 'Date of first publication 1-2. -63 I State fan Phone Mutual"Autaraobflt Cmt3f foro 795-2541 bsoranct _Ca. Hunter 9-2663

Try ERNIE NEILL Pub. Jan. 24. 31 Feb.7,14,1963 I _

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Fond Drive Ready i2'\ .
: H Happened In Hernando

Girl Scout GrowthInCountyObserved t-i By M8S. BABOLD BOBXBT8

The Mary Westorook Circleof Utter, Mr. Harold Smith, have !l

the Hernando Methodist all returned home after visit- r4 **/ ".< fffez" ?***

Church will meet on Feb. 5th at ing at the home of their sister

2:30 p.m. in the educational and brother-in-law, Mr. and Late Model SunHmr And Deluxe MIMI
(Editor's note: The countywide Ralph Jimenez, and Mrs. Clif- building, on Tuesday p.m. Mrs. Orville Cumberland.They
fund raising campaign for ford Luce. Leaders of the Inverness arrid.. ,a Recent guests at the home of were accompanied home by a Both for $10,350.00

the Girl Scouts gets underwaythis troop, which also has Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rose were: cousin Mrs. Lucy Lobey also

Saturday headed by John- 65, girls are Mrs.James Gron- Rev. and Mrs. L.G. Miller of of Indiana.Mr. Other new homes available

s son S. (Buddy) Savary of In- ert, Mrs. Val Infantino, and Mansfield, Ohio. and Mrs. J.B. Luck of El TERMS
verness.) .Miss Elizabeth Grice. The Hernando Methodist Cajorn, Calif are visiting at
With this vast growth in Church is inviting the public to the home of their sister and Franklin H. Downward

By Mrs. C.J. Parker Girl Scouting comes responsi- a covered dish supper on Feb. brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

The new year has brought us bilites. The task before us is 6th, at 6 p.m., come bring a Byron Christy. Parkslde Ave. Inverness Phone 7.2114Voters

a fresh look at Girl Scouting .great. All of us need to pitchin dish of own choice. It is a
with a new program change ahd help make this annual "
HALF A CENTURY of wedded happiness was observed Jan. 18 by fellowship supper.
moving .fund drive a huge success.Let's .
Mrs. Lassiter is home from
Mr. and Mrs.Henry Strickland when the Inverness couple cele-
Citrus County definitely has take part in the reward the General
brated their golden wedding anniversary at the home of their Tampa Hospital.
taken on a new look, from one that our many volunteer Scout ( Kandi
Bellamy, little
troop last year in Floral City, workers receive, which is in niece, Mrs. Joseph T. Jarrett. Mr. and Mrs. Strickland moved girl celebratedher6thbirthday our cow
to three at the here three years ago from Miami and make their home at
troops present fact that they have helpedin at home Sat. with 22 friends
there, in Inverness and Crystal making better citizens of Magnolia Beach Park. They have two sons in Miami, and six ,
present everything carriedout
175 grandhcildren. Mr. Strickland is a native of Georgia. was
River. There are girls our youth.
ZellerO'NealLake in Western Theme, the cake .
--photo by
wearing uniforms. Anyone may make a contribution highly decorated cowgirls and
There are 45 Girl Scouts either to the county finance cowboys as candles, farm ani- -

in the troop at Floral City chairman, Johnson S. House That? mals of all kind, hot chocolateand :
under the leadership of Mrs. (Buddy) Savary, Inverness, or TsalaGarden cake were served. Horse-

Elba Lyons, Mrs. C.J. Parker to the local finance chairman: back riding was main event,and
and Mrs. Alida Langley. The moving complete
Carl Buzby Inverness; Mrs. other games were enjoyed. Out
65 girls in the Crystal River Dorothy Williams, Floral City; houses from one site to of Y f
town guests were: Three 1
another these is
troop are under the leadershipof and Lester Wright,Crystal Riv- but not too Noble children of Ocala, Tom, 3 &
uncommon enough
Mrs. Lucille Martin, Mrs. er. By Gladys Davis that it holds the attention so of Mark, Beth, children of Mr. and

The Board of Directors of all those within eye-dis- Mrs. Tom Noble. .

I INVERNESS PERSONALSMrs. the Lake Tsala Gardens Com- tance. Mrs. R.M. Spires is again a

I I munity Club held their regular Such was the case Monday patient in Citrus Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pascarelli Tax of
Mae Henley 726-1822 monthly meeting Tuesday even- afternoon ,when motoristsand Payers
ing Jan. 29th at the residenceof pedestrians in Inverness and two daughters are back in

Mr. and Mrs. Eder. took second looks Hernando and are new operatorsof
Mrs. W. LesterCookandMrs.Francis Recent guests of Mr. and Jack long at a
"Mikes' Seven Seas Restaurant" /
Vivian Infantino celebratedher whole house moved
Mrs. Winston W. Klyce were
Williams went by trainto
FayettevUIe.N.C.to see their Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A. Simp- ninth birthday with a tripto along highway and street, to formerly' owned by Mr.
Mrs. Fred
son of Jackson, Mich. Tampa accompanied by her its new destination on N. Hensley. They
new granddaughter and her: par-
come from New York and
Guests of Mrs. Magdalena parents and brother Tom to see Apopka Street. were
ents Mr. and Mrs. Terry Cook. Inverness
Weekend guests of Mr. and Fuderer on Thursday were her the "The Wonderful World of Handled by Baker Miley of accompanied on trip byhiS'cousin -
Alfred Fortunato, who will
Brother Grimm". A Hernando the
birthday delicate
Mrs. M.A. Smith was Dr. and nephew and his bride, Mr. and
assistant of the
Mrs. S.W. Smith and sons from Mrs. Andrew Gerber from Long party was held at her home on "property transfer" createdits restaurant. manager

Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Island, N.Y. They were on their Saturday afternoon.Mr. share of excitement in an
Mrs.GlenChapinMrs. Bertha
R.M. Mizel and daughter from way to Miami on their honey- and Mrs. Vincent Sweetof otherwise ordinary after-

Jacksonville. On Saturday Hy moon. Jamestown N.Y. were recent noon.

Mizel from Tampa spent the day Guests of Mrs. Mollie Yoderon guests of Mr. and Mrs.

with them. Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hough. Road
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- W.A. Weed from ColumbusGa. Leaders of the local Brownie Ran gers Clubliversary ,
I hope that registered voter of Inverness will show their Interest -
LongHillcrestEstates. They were former residents,of Troup held a meeting at Mrs. every :
ence E.
home In our city's welfare, and vote in the city election next
Youngs on Sunset Road to
are their daughter and son-in- Inverness and have many frie-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. nds here. Also visiting the Yo- plan activities for the girls for Notes Anr February 19th.

from der family were Mr. and Mrs. the month of February.Mr. .
Perry Tex.
Mrs. Marie Mann honored Seab Ridgon from Leesburg.Mrs. Manfrin, Sr., is planningto Our city councilmen should be selected with great care. Business
was Mary Lou Davis show movies taken at the CRYSTAL RIVERNextMonday for the IVbd year were elected. experience, honesty, courage, and tha will to resist influence of
luncheon and entertained
card guest at a birthday Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Brownie Christmas party and night, at the Seminole Club, They were:Billy Crosby,presi- anyone that trys to benefit himself at the taxpayer's expense are
party given herby Miss Nichelson and Mr. and Mrs. also at Mrs. Youngs party, to the Road Rangers Auto Safety dent; Sid Kennedy, vice presi- necessary requirements of a good councilman. The councilmen you

Genevieve Zimmerman's Zimmerman home.,Guests at Miss- W. McLean at her home one the local Brownie Troup in the Club will have its annual din- dent; Marilyn Marshall, secre- elect are intrusted with the responsibility of managing the city's

Father attending day last week.W. early part of Feb. ner. Next week the memberswill tary; Linda Elbrecht:, treasurer business, and thousands of dollars are Involved. It is very im-
were James Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Park of also observe the first an- ; Steve Elbrecht,reporter and portant to all of us that good judgement is used, and to see that
and Lester Cook and daughter -
Hogu, O.S.B., Mr. Mrs.
niversary.The historian; and Bill Griffith, ser our money is not wasted. '
Shelbyville, Tenn. have recently
William Bamber, Mrs. Catherine Julie spent the weekend in
Goodrich and Mrs. Live Oak visiting Mr. Cook'smother. purchased a lot in the Gardensand organization was founded geant at arms.Episcopal. ...
lena Fuderer. Magda- r expect building some time Feb. 7, 1962, under the spon- My past record on the city council proves that I have these qualifications

Miss Ada Smith from Gainesville Weekend guests of Mr. and this fall. sorship Sheriff's originally of the Citrus WomenTo r on that record I. will appreciate your loyal support. .
County It
spent the weekend with her Mrs. j.S. (Buddy) Savary were is dedicated Department.
to safe and
parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry E, Mrs. Savary's mother, Mrs. Sportsmen'sPark eous driving habits at all times.court- Meet On Feb.7Mrs.
A.H. and
Smith. Xarr: Miss Ann Hunt
The club's main objective is to R
Recent guests of Rev. andMrs. of Sarasota. acquaint the motoring public J. Bowler and Mrs. J. W. Grant Sr.

A.L. Flury were their daughtersand Mrs. Joe Savary spent the : with the true meaning of safety, J.L. Rhyne will be, hostessesnext
families, Mr.and Mrs. R.N. weekend in Lakeland visitingher
and to volunteer aid to any Thursday morning (Feb. 7)
Adair, Decatur, Ga., Mrs. E.S. sister, Mrs. B.C.Langston. motorist who for the February meeting of \
cott and son from Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Mae W. Young returned Mrs. Albi Doepp from Eustis, in need of travel informa- the Episcopal Churchwomen of
home Wednesday from a visitin Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hobzek
Last weekend they had an unexpected tion. St. Margaret's Church here.
visit from and Columbia, S.C. last week.
their The
son I
meeting will under-
Anybody, male or female, 16 get
his family Mr. and Mrs. W.R. The Home DemonstrationClub Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Staples of older way at 10 o'clock In the Par- Paid Political Advertisemeat
years age or is eligi-
Flury and daughters from will have their work day were recent callers at the home ish house. All
ble members
to a member of the
GracevlIIe. Fla. Wed. Feb. 6 starting at 9:00 of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pierce. Road Auto urged to attend. are
Rangers Club.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. a.m. at the Florida Power Loun- Mr. and Mrs.Staples are spend- Safety

Cyrus M. Gavin on Sundayweretheir : ge. You are asked to bring a ing a month in Hernando.Mr. Membership dues are $2.50 per
daughter and family Mr. sack lunch. and Mrs. Walter Cline Several times during the
and Mrs. visited friends and relatives in year members make expense-
Barney Henry -
paid pilgrimages to various .,' '::- 'T:'
daughter Donna from Daytona. Clearwater and St: Petersburg.Mr. ,. <. .. 1'o. *
Mrs. Margaret Steinbach, Inverness and Mrs. Jim Bell, fromN. points of interest throughoutthe ,""- - ''''-, .""" "'-,',1. 'f"" -, ''.,,-.., 4"
mother of Mrs. Charles B. Hollywood,Calif are visitingMr. state. Every couple of weeks ": ;:,; 1 1 a
the members
Doubles, entered St. Joseph Highlands Northby and Mrs. Elmer Lyerla.Mr. along with invited enjoy guests.cook-outs Thereare ,
Hospital last Wednesday and and Mrs. Jess Stausch t
C. Schultz 17 members in the club
had eye surgery on Thursda. from Round Lake, Ill are house presently.Last .
The report from Mrs. Doubleson 726-8758 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
June members of the '
Leonard.Mr. .
mother is fine. y
I Mr. and Mrs. Eric, Frohmanof and Mrs. John McMahonand Road Rangers cooperated in --

Brother Dies West Hartford, Conn. visited son, John Jr.from Yaphank, converting an old wooden
Mr. and Mrs. George Schultzfor N.Y. were overnight guests of structure into a neat appearing
CRYSTAL RIVER--Mrs. A.A. a few days last week. They Mr. and Mrs. John Ossenfort clubhouse. This meeting placeis
Kearney of Rt. 44 was notified then continued on to Tarpon on Monday.Mrs. located on US 19, just northof

Wednesday that her brother, Springs. Friday they returned, Albi Doepp from Eustis, Crosby's Garage.
! Clarence Kinney, died suddenlyof bringing Mr. and Mrs. HaroldM. visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Just recently new officers

a heart attack while grocery Sellane of Niantic, Conn. Hobzek last week.
shopping in Knox Ind. He was who are spending the winter in

61 years of age and had been in Tarpon Springs..The Frohmanswill ,< -
good health until his death. stay at the home of the The girl most likely to enjoy Citrus Marine Center - ,= .
the faculty tea appreciates good ., !
Schultzs until the end of the -
week before returning to Conn. conversation -an atmosphere of : _f" '. :..{-,

1 YOURPHARMACIST Mr.Rooks and Mrs.Boulevard William had Colemanof as their good clothes taste., too. Shows BOBBIE it BROOKS in her Trained Factory 2"L- bedrooms kitchen- with built-in range and-oven- custom- cabinets ceramic ,

tile bath colored fixtures lifetime tile roof well and tank O.I
weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. spring dresses &coordinates in water pump '
John Underhill of Tampa,form beautiful dacrons, prints &yum 1248 squ'are feet under roof. May_be seen In Lockshire, Park. -

P erly of EastWUliston,L.I.,N.Y. yum away pastels.now and Start look your your best lay- 1.feChaniC. The Home So Unique It I Defies_ Comparison $8' ,950

AK"E 4-H Horse Club for less at the BEVERLY LEE Quality Costs No More At ... '
SHOP. Rember we're not expensive OB Ytw Ut
By: Lester Cook it's the lookl! Open every SERVICE ON ALL MAKES

Members PlaceIn day 8.:30 to 6:00 p.m., all day U.S. 41 South Inverness Inverness Construction Co..
Aside from being some- Wed., Sat. til 7:00 p.m. MainSt. Phone 726-2413 Phone 726-2738 Box 236, Inverness, Flo.
thing to tan in the
., Inverness Fla.
your skin is highly important Ocala ShowFLORAL

_ to your health. It is, for -
example, your first line of CITY--SIX local

defense against germs. It youngsters, members of the CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE
keeps your body from losingits county's 4-H HorseClubparticipated .
blood, lymph and other last Sunday in the Marion -

necessary fluids and it is Saddle Club's horse showin
the skin that houses millions Ocala. Out of six events entered -

of nerve endings pro- the local entries placedin >' '>?v *Hu-./ ----"..: .__ v,......,_!" M. ------ .i-" .. %
viding the senses of touch, each one according to Mrs. ; 41

heat, cold, pressure and Anne Edwards.

pain. Then, too it is the Rosemary Luttrell,onTopper, : .
skin's responsibility to con- copped a blue ribbon for first A yEMf

trol' body temperature by place and Carol Bodda, on Buttermilk COMMERCIAL

giving off excess heat.Small got a red one for

amounts of wastes are also second in the Junior Pole Bend- SemiMwdyrO
i Payable
eliminated by the skin. ing event. Carol also placed ,

second and Rosemary fifth in ,
: :
Incidentally, you will never the Barrel Race, an open con- I
be skinned when you trade, test for all age groups. warn O i /:;' .
at COOK'S PHARMACY. Carol and Donnie Coaoidine j" Savings Placed With Us ly ,Tile 1M

finest quality drugs and extreme jointly received a white ribbon

care in their com- for fourth place on Scout in the Earn From The 1st

pounding are assured with Buddy Pickup.

every prescription filled at

726-4121. KILL SPANISHMOSS . & 7ill1't'7 erale r S.Jl iirs s


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seats, try nibbing with ha If a > --- ASSOCIATION

lemon, then dry and polish Florida Pest ControlPhone : : LIISBUA
with a soft dry cloth. 629-3617 m' II -


Six Cans Busch Beer Go $1.00 I . WILLIAMS BAR

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Reminiscent Of The Old West

Six" Gun Territory' Opens I

1 r Saturday In Silver SpringsSILVER

SPRINGS--Six Gun business. Teritory is located on Silver The territorial church which ]pleted its second summer sea- t
Springs Boulevard 228 acres. has been turned over 'to the i son, has had well over a mil- qc
There is a 2060 foot frontage on Marion County Ministerial Association lion visitors. 4
I the Boulevard with parking for Sunday afternoon, The planner and designer for
space for over 4,000 cars. non-denominational services !Six Gun Territory is Russell .
...this was similar" the way it happened in the days of Jesse James... The first thing a visitor sees the little Red Schoolhouse the i Pearson. Pearson has been
as he drives into Six Gun Terri Palace Saloon and Theatre, 1 master-minding similar pro-
tory is a large man-made complete with red velvet- ;jects across the cOUntry. He
mountain located just behind covered walls,beautiful dancing 'designed and created Ghost ..
Board Acts To Check ,
Royal Neighbors the old Southern and Six Gun can-can girls and the great Town in Western North Caro- _
I Railroad Station. The mountain brass chandeliers -- the Hat lina and also Frontier City, '- ----- : .

',' Install LeadersWithlacoochee is 60 feet high and 250 feet Shop, hats for every occasion near Oklahoma City. He did
Mosquito PopulationHOMOSASSA long with approximately 50,000 the Restaurant and Cafeteria for special designing on "Old TUc- -
square feet of surface. Out of full course meals, or the Ice son" and engineered Silver Dol-
Camp 8155., the east end of the mountain, Cream Parlow and Snackbarfor lar City of the Ozarks near
SP RL GS-Breeding of the county than is being doneon Royal Neighbors of Americamet smoke signals are drifting up sandwiches, etc. the Old Springfield, Missouri. In addi- a 4
places and population of the west. He thought minutesof at the home of Mrs. Mar- .into the sky messages to the Frontier Hotel the Ceramic tion, he has acted as consultant -
mosquitoes in Citrus County the board meetings shouldbe garet Rushing in Floral City Indian Village located lack in Shop where ceramics are made on many major parks across
will be the targets ofasteppedup !- published in the official coun- last week. Six Gun Territory. while you watch-the Old General the country.So .
program by the county's ty newspaper. The meeting was opened by Since automobiles have no Store where checkers and this is Six Gun Terri- .-
mosquito control board, according Director Patterson explainedthat Oracle Ruby Wagner. After the place on the frontier, visitors crackers will bring back old tory blazing guns and thund-.
to reports of a meeting two programs are being business meeting the officers must leave their cars at the memories the Mystery Shack, ering hoofs, howling Indians and
held here Wednesday night of readied for the east side of the were installed for 1963. Oracle parking lot and enter the Rail- fun for all ages-the Marshall's dusty burros, red-satin ladies
last week. county. Heavy development and Ruby Wagner was the installing road Station. This, along with Office and Jail-the Citrus Shop, and tinkling nickelodeons, can-
(The county paper was not terrain problems in the Inverness officer. New officers are as follows another old station located one all kinds of Florida fruits the istoga wagons and stagecoaches Y;.
notified of the 6 o'clock meet- area,he added had brought : Oracle, Mrs. Margaret and two-thirds miles back in Camera Shop, pictures and a ghost town of the Old.
ing until 5:10 that press day disapproval of projects in that Rushing; Vice Oracle, Mrs. the western town, is completewith films for all your camera needs West, living again in Silver
evening.) area by the state entomologist.The Bessie Sherman; Past Oracle roof-top semaphore, pot- the Gift Shop, gifts of all Springs Florida. COLD AND WET-chief Tyner (white shirt) takes a breather
after fire under control, and Otto Allen comes down from
Mrs. Ruby Wagner; Chancellor gets
According to Harold Fair- creation of these extra bellied stove ticket window, kinds the Coffee and Do-Nut
cloth, the board's entomologist, breeding places would increase Miss Geneive Zimmerman; Re- clicking telegraph keys and Shop the Old Frontier Gaz- fire fighting perch atop ladder --Staff photo

26 rain gauges will be placedin mosquito hazards, it was corder, Mrs. Ida Mae Lloyd; plank benches with iron arm ette Newspaper, where you can Vets May BorrowOn
nine mosquito traps in var- opined. Receiver, Mrs. Alberta Allen; rests. Then you will board an read your name in the headlines
Firemen Get
ious parts of the county. These The group was shown a film Marshall Mrs. Elsie Chism; open-type coach, one of six the Western Clothing
gauges are to be checked daily entitled "Modern Mosquito Iner Sentinel. Mrs. Geo. Sco- pulled by an 1865 vintage wood- Store and Gun Shop the old Gl InsuranceFor
by residents of the areas and Control. field; Mgs., Bob Chism Mrs. burning engine. There are two Candy Kitchen food for your
weekly reports sent in to the Ruth Holoday, and Mrs. M. trains with twelve passenger sweet tooth the territorialBank Use New RadiosMembers

mosquito control district. State Has 43,000 Hendrix. coaches, capable of hauling 500 which is held up many EmergenciesMoney
The district office should be The Camp presented a lovely persons each trip or 2,000 times throughout the day by the needed to meet finan- of the Inverness not here at the time. Later,
contacted immediately if a half gift to Mrs. Ruby Wagner who people per hour. On the trip gun-fighters of Six Gun the cial emergencies can be obtained Department put their new Mr. Brown gave the fire department -
inch or more rainfall is read. Youngsters In 4-H has served the past two years.Refre'shments back to the western town, any- Red Dog Saloon, for the cow- by veterans holding per- walkie-talkie radios into opera- $100 in appreciationfor

Reason for this, it was ex- In Florida, 43,000 4-H boys were served by thing can happen. You will pass boys dusty from their long rideon manent GI life insurance with- tion for the first time of emerg- the work those firemen on
plained, is because a half inch the hostess. such things as the Alkali Flats, the Chisom Trail-the Blacksmith ency this week when a need for the job did in saving the house.
and 4-H Clubs. surrendering policiesfor
of rainfall in some parts of the girls belong to The next meeting will be at the a burning sol-buster's cabin, a Shop and OK Coral,where cash, Sand- help was signalled from Flet- Firemen on the scene and
county might result in standing These young, educational people carry projectsin on home of Mrs. Geo. Scofield on deserted old Fort, an Indian encampment you may ride horses or the old lin, local veterans services of- cher Heights. credited with the work included
water. Feb. 15 at 2 p.m. All membersand an old abandoned Stagecoach, back into the Painted ficer.In Chief Gordon Tyner and Assistant Tyner, Hewitt Lewis Young-
: Members of the county's munity farming service, homemaking, and other, com-acti- Royal Neighbors are askedto mine, and away in the distancea Desert the old Fort, with the post-holiday bill periodand Chief GeneHewitt rush- blood Albert Jordan, Frank
Board of Public Instructionwere Their be present. wagon camp. And somewhere guard "watch" towers at each the income tax ed with equipment to the area Scofield. Herrick King John
at the meeting and were vities. long-range goalsare and Mrs. Ruth Holoday was reported along the way the train might be corner and sharp pointed logs ta up-coming time, Florida west of town around 12:30 Tues- and Otto Allen.
successful in getting the board development in the hospital at Brooks- raided by Indians or held up by guard against the Indians the payment many day and found the flames too far
veterans inquiredabouttheprocedure
tJ prepare a resolution allow, good citizenship.If ville. All members are asked outlaws.As Indian Trading Post and the advanced for the two of them to 3 More Home
between 10 arid 21 for surrendering their Games
you send her
ing use of its equipment to aid cards you step down at the IndianVillage, where some 18 handle. Getting on the new
for cash
long-held policies
the school board in filling in years old, you may qualify as territorial railroad Indian dancers walkie-talkie, the two officers
Teen Club To Use station and championship ,
a 4-H member. If you are older, value without realizing they can For Karnets Of BTW
land back of the Crystal River lookdown Six Gun Territory'smain all from Oklahoma, will pre- radioed for more help and eventually _
borrow 94 of-that
qualify as a leader. For up to percent
High School. you more may information, write, call, Community Building! street, the first thing you sent eight different war dances cash value and leave the policyin enough firemen arrived to The Hornets of Booker T-
Members of the Citrus County visit the Extension FLORAL CITY--A meetingwas see is the Courthouse, a two- throughout the day and evening force. extinguish the woods fire. Washington High have three
or County
Mosquito Control Board are- office at the courthouse, Inver- held in the school auditor- story, greying building. Rest- a Mexican Home and an open Rufus H. Wilson, manager of The raging inferno, which more home basketball games to
Brown Dumas Sr. of rooms and information desk Mexican Market and threatened three homes in the
Crystal ium Friday to discuss organ- are Cantina. the St. Petersburg regional office play this season, the school
River, chairman; Ellis Roberts ness. izing a new "Teenage Club." downstairs and the general offices As you walk around the town, pointed out that once sur- Fletcher Heights area south of announced Tuesday.On .
of Lecanto, secretary; and Mur- The Woman's Club has given are located upstairs. Of you will see no utility poles or rendered for cash, all protection Highway 44, reportedly started Feb 8 the Hornets will
ray (Mal) Bennett of Inverness, Change Of MeetingThe permission for the youth to the approximate 40 buildings in wires of any kind. These are under the insurance ceases from a fire which had been set meet Ctermont here. It will be
treasurer. Paul Patterson is the :all under to burn off a lot. It jumped the Williston Feb. 11.And
make use of facilities at the town, there are no false ground. So are the forever, since the GI policy is on Lees-
director of the control district. meeting of the Hernando Community Building on a three- fronts. They are all "working", tanks of bottled'gas which fur- cancelled and cannot be renewedor Pleasant Grove road and was burg will play the locals on the
Ellis, who in the November Home Demonstration Club is month trial basis. buildings. The buildings are nish fuel for the 125 or more, reinstated. dangerously close to one dwell- BTW court on Feb. 14. This
election defeated James Har- changed from Tuesday, Feb. 12 All boys and girls in gradessix covered with rough, unplaned 1880 vintage cast-iron gas However, if a loan is obtained ing when firemen got it under last game, although on Valen-
mon of Homosassa as secretary to Friday, Feb. 22. Judge O. through eight, and older, planks, and their newness is street lights, which will light on the cash value of the control. tine's Day promises to be no
of the board, and who is Frank Scofield will speak on plus their parents and others interested disquised with special paints the town in the evenings. All policy, only the amount of protection Last Thursday night, just as love match, the school vowed.
a former county commissioner, Florida Laws. All members are in getting such a club which give the boards a interior lighting will be elect- for the veteran's bene- firemen were beginning to assemble -
exchanged comments with fellow urged to attend. Hostesses will organized for the community, weatherbeaten, sand-scoured ric, but the fixtures will apply ficiaries is reduced and any or for their regular meet- Dinner Saturday To
board: members. He sug- be Mrs. Mary Stewart, Mrs. are being asked to meet at the appearance. On a tour around to the period.In all of the amount may be re- ing, they received a call from
gested that the organization was Mary Coleman, Mrs. Mary Community Building tomorrow Six Gun Terrify you see the following Six Gun Territory you will paid at the convenience of the Gospel Island. Fire reportedly Help Hickory Hills
doing less work on the east side Fleming, and Mrs. May Ellis. night at 7:30. buildings and places of rub elbows with outlaws and borrower. The only set charge starting from gas leakage at the
gunfighters marshalls and against the borrower is the four furnace threatened the frame. Residents and friends of
.. .... deputies. Every hour throughout percent annual interest charge and asbestos residence of Mr. Hickory Hills Improvement Association -
the day and evening, you which must be paid on or before and Mrs. S.B. Brown. will have the welcomemat
will see a bank holdup or a The flames burst forth from out Saturday at their fund
the due date.
/ ix; ncrefe" Shootout or a walkdown. when Should a veteran borrow on his beneath the house, destroyed raising dinner in the Florida
CARROll Ready Old Grand Pappy and his boys insurance and then die before much of the floor, part of the Power Lounge.

come to town to get the Marshall's repaying the loan in full,the out- ceiling, and some household A fried chicken dinner: with
star and "Digger", the standing indebtedness will be furnishing s before being con- all the trimmings will be ser-
territorial undertaker's tall deducted from the policy pro- quered by firemen. ved from 11 a.m. until 2, and
Concrete Inc. silk hat. After the gunsmokehas ceeds before the latter is paidto The Browns, who also have a from 5 p.m. .until 7. Tickets
Ready-Mix cleared away and the streets the beneficiaries. home in St. Petersburg, were will be available at the door.
_ _
are safe to travel again, you .
can wander into the Palace ,
16 Years Experience Saloon and Theatre and watch
_ the exciting can-can girls strut
their stuff on the big red-

14 TRUCKS e 4 s f curtained stage.
The man behind all this is R.B.
Coburn, 43 old President of the

Finest Quality Fairest. Prices Mountain Development Corp-
oration, the parent corporationof
''Ghost Town"Maggie Valley -

North Carolina and Western rstI
To Heritage the parent corporationof F

3 Plants "Six Gun Territory". After t .
Serve You' __ '" .,,, making a million dollars in the is

!t finance furniture, clothing,mo-
tel and home construction business -

Coburn decided to build
INVERNESS 726-1071 II Ghost Town in Western North
P AVI n Carolina. He bought a mountain, 7r +

/J U a 4,800 foot peak over-looking
CRYSTAL RIVER 795-mi I beautiful Maggie Valley between

Cherokee and Asheville on U.s.
/I r/
DUNNEUOH HUller 9-2831 Highway 19. Atop this mountain, f
during winter's snow and ice,
he carved "Ghost Mountain
SAND ()1tt-ttzlttJ14.. EXCAVATING I Park", complete 1th four

V towns so authenic, ery visi-
ROCK BULLDOZING tor feels he's back lI Jie I860s.
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p.m.. at the
American 'Legion Mrs. Margaret C. Romine, 'Secretary Executive Vice Preeident. .

Hall.ThIs meeting is being held to Exclusive Agent in Citrus County, Florida, for Title

discuss forming a Crystal River & Trust Company of Florida, of Jacksonville Florida..
Squadron and to deter-
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class. If there sufficient

CO., INC. ; immediately.students the course will start I Not- a branch or any other kind of off-shoot-it's_ the real "McCe"

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Balasch "Wait! We Still Have a Fight on Our Hands" r.N. '.,.r..-'.... "'t"..'.',1 '''-'' .'- --

Resignation r'y :. : A A-MARINE PLYWOOD BOATS .
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The Very Best Materials -

Meets ApprovalWe 9Rt \ C cfis q The Carycraft Boat Works

REF gn rtr c C C GoI 1 Mile East on State Hwy. 44
cannot say that the resignation of Mrs. Kathleen Balasch
from the City Council has come to us as much of a surprise.We Way. .

rather suspected such a move would be forthcoming after
the resignation earlier in the week of Councilman Robert Earley. by tab tannehill
We hoped the councilwoman of seven years would move in this
direction. This is not to say that we necessarily have been dissatisfied I T.w
with Mrs. Balasch as a member and past president of The controversial recall mat he's a worthless goodfornothing -

our local governing body. But we feel her resignation was wise, ter may or may not be over, too?"
and for about the same reason as she stated in her letter to the TzE'aRNrC following events over the week- "1 wouldn't necessarily say In
Council. end. We hope it is, for the well that" said the witness. "But
being of all concerned--and for you might ask him. He's sittin'
The Chronicle has since this editor assumed association with the town. there on the jury."

the paper in June of last year, deliberately steered clear of the We have had several requeststo savor
recall action brought against four of the councilman.The reason h publish the list of names on For a number of weeks we
being purely and simply that we were not conn the recall petition but we see haven't had space in the county
paper--not even in the state--when the recall movement initially 4 no good purpose In it. Besides, paper for Uncle Lem whose Home Loans
began. However, we take no issue with this administrative body several persons signing the column is read thoroughly by

which made an administrative decision, regardless of how unpopular 111 PUBLIC thing have pleaded with us not to most of our subscribers. After
it might have been at the time.Administrative decisionsare print their names. getting several inquiries as to
not always accepted favorably by all of the people. But ******* why the column hasn't been in

election time is the proper time to decide just how unpopularor Just Saturday morning we men- the paper lately, we managedroom Home
unfavorable these decisions have been with the 'voters. (,PDOR tioned our disappointment at not for Uncle Lem last week.
\Ve liked the card
v I Is hearing newspaper cohorts -
We make no secret of the fact that we dislike seeing taxpayers' in Inverness: Scotland, to from Mr. Ehlenberg (of Floral
money used for such petty squabbling. We never expected to seethe whom we wrote a lengthy letter City), who poetically put it this
recall battle last as long as it has. It is our conviction from back in November and also sent way: ImprovementLoans
what we have heard from most local citizens that had the four copies of the local paper.It '1 read The Chronicle from
involved councilmen submitted to a recall election at the offsetof was quite a coincidence, stern to stem, but where in the .
this issue they would have been given a resounding vote of therefore, that when a few min His Uncle Lem?" .
1Tzrl ... ..
confidence, not only on their firing of a policeman, but in their a- utes afterwards(when we pickedup -
conduct as elected officials. the morning mail)we received If talk is indicative of interest,
a letter from our colleagues the upcoming municipal election I
It is because we object to the spending of municipal monies -- c across the miles should be a real vote getter.

taxpayers' dollars-for the purpose of continuing the recall You'll find this correspondence There is still talk about some .

squabble, no matter how justified the Council may or may not published today in a "Letter to "dark horses" in the race... Insured SavingsPhone
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have been--that we are pleased Mrs. Balasch chose to resign. : the Editor" column. some who haven't yet been
Should Councllmen Pospiech and Hair be re-elected or defeated, ******* groomed.
stand chance of their in the recall. :r' Bless .**.***
they a removing obligation l'R ) h Patti, if this ain't what
Councilman Earley's resignation has relieved him of any obliga- you call a good week's pay I After seeing all of those ladiesat
tion. Mrs. Balasch,still under pressure of the Writ of Mandamus, Somebody told us that Patti the Citrus County Confederation 796-4931

was undeniably left "holding the bag," and she well realized - - -- --- -- ------- Paige, who will be feature billing of Women's Clubs meeting
this predicament. She was wise to resign and get from under New residents of Floral City at the fabulous new Para- last Thursday afternoon, all
this pressure. And we commend her for not wishing to expend FIVE YEARS AGO are Mr. and Mrs. George W. dise Plantation Country Club's decked out in their finest"garbfor
additional dollars to carry on the recall litigations. The home of Roundtree Good- Cheskle and Mr. and Mrs. open house Feb. 15 in Crystal gab", we suggest a "Mrs.
man was saved from possible Lewis, of Chicago. River will get $10,000'per day Citrus County." So many eligi- CURRENT
We have numerous friends both for and against the recall destruction by fire by quick Births:a son to S/Sgt. and Mrs. for her five-day appearance!! ble contestants I
And have who the recall, but work from relatives, neighborsand This hardly believable agarYou
movement. we some are against W.C. "Buddy" Croft: a son to figure DIVIDEND
also opposed to spending so much money to contest it, regardless passers-by Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Val Rooks; a (we're referring to the cash, think maybe it's been 4
o' how much may have been saved by the quartet in other actions while the family was at church. daughter to Mr. and Mrs.Leland man) of course is unofficial,but cold here? We got a newspaper COMPOUNDED % o/n
during their terms of office. We dislike dealing in personalitites. The local Red Cross chapterwill Waters. ....... clipping from one of our Michi-

It is our sincere hope that the reasoning of Inverness voters sponsor a course in care of Mrs. L.C. Ford of Crystal Court gets underway next week, gan subscribers, William Jans- 8EMI-ANNUALLY
will not be clouded at the polls by personal prejudices or petty the sick and injured during Feb- River was elected president of and a list of jury members is sen. And believe it or not, it
motivations. ruary under the direction of Mrs the Citrus County Federation of being prepared.By was so cold up there that Hell
Kenneth Corbin. Women's Clubs. The new officers the way, there was this froze over!11! According to this w
The Citrus High! Hurricanes seemingly stupid young fellow picture-clipping, temperaturesin
installed Mrs.
were by
March of Dimes posted their eighth victory by Malcolm Williamson. who was being bullied in cross- Hell, Mich.have been running STSs.rih
defeating Gulf High 66-46. Albert -
Father M. Gilmore examination. "Do you ever well below zero, with six inches
Jordan ((21)) and Ashton work?" demanded the attorney. .of fresh snow. Hell, with a
announces a meeting in Crystal
Your OpportunityDid Hester. ((15)) were top pointgetters. River to organize an Episcopal "Not much," the witness re- wintertime population of 60, is

mission on the west side of plied. 15 miles northwest of Ann
., City Council president John the "Is your father regulary em- Arbor.
you realize that birth defects constitute the world's Grant said that City Foreman Announcement coUnty. is made of the ployed?" ..***** lf:. iA.. a.seenneM .

greatest unmet childhood medical problem today? The tragedyof the N.P. Savary had taken care of grand opening Saturday of the "Nope" By the way, Owen Eaton spied
this affliction has beset mankind since the dawn of recorded unsanitary situation at the new Paradise Country Club in 'Well then, isn't it true that these two chicks oscillatingdown
history. Yet no organized attack on birth defects was launched city park. Crystal River. the street the other dayin
until 1958 when The National Foundation-March of Dimes entered Sheriff B.R. Quinn is request- TEN YEARS AGO here. They are J.W.Jewel, shorts--and wearing mittens.
ing that citizens notify him when
Cool Dad I
this medical area. Frances Charles Williams, David R.
intend (Cowboy) Williamsj
Citrus County, and the nation beginning to conduct the annual they for to leave the county commander, was presented an Dickinson and Verle Grant.
campaign for funds to help fight the problem. Birth defects any appreciable time. honor ribbon for the local Donald J. Bradshaw qualified . -. .
cause least 21,000 deaths each don't Supt. Harry Buie said there - - .
at know how
year; we many American Legion Post 77 "for yesterday as a candidate for
in our county alone. The chief requirements in the battle to save .and must mathematics.be more classes in science being 100 per cent in 1953 mayor, and a petition, is being
these precious lives in the future;and to lessen the damages mat membership. circulated for James E.Connor.Mrs. t.
_ birth defects as well as arthritis inflict, are trained manpower, Councilmen Kathleen Balaschand Obituary: Gray Hillman La- Brown Dumas Sr. fell
equipment and time and, of course, the substantial funds that mended W.K.that Jenkins have recom- mon, 12, Homosassa; nativeof in her home, dislocating her
a new fire truck be
these demand. .
Gulfport. Miss. shoulder and fracturing the
purchased for the .
The county paper hopes that you will want to help when you are city, provid- Mrs. Alta Bunts, Crystal
contacted, in whatever way.The March of Dimes,now marking its match ing the costs.county commissioners. River; Mrs. Flossie Bassett, joint.Otto Pick has opened the 0l

25th anniversary, last year appropriated more than $4,000,000 The Board of Public Floral City; and Harold Rob- Crystal Shoe Service in uptown
for research in birth defects and arthritis. You would like to tion voted to re-advertise Instruc-for erts, Hernando, have been appointed Crystal River. ,
share this year we feel sure, in the satisfaction of knowing that bids community leaders for F.M. Wiggins of Floral City
on a
you, in some small way, are helping to conquer this dread dis passagewayat the current March of Dimes has departed for Texas begin
ease. Mankind has come a long way In discovering ways to cope the Crystal River'School anda campaign. Air Force training.
with crippling diseases. Won't you help? v fire escape at the Inverness Among the interesting exhibits Nuptials: Mrs.Dorothy Peters
Elementary School. Resigna-
in the Hernando Civic to Jerome Osborne Sr., both of
tions were accepted from Mrs. r.
Club booth at the county fairis Floral City; Miss Sheila May k
Anne Poindexter Thomas Ver-
a scrapbook compiled by the Roberts of Hernando to William
Elbrecht, and Mrs. Emma '
Candidates : Need Jean non Mitchell. Donald D. Dun- late Judge EB. Croft.A M. Clayton. LIVE BET TER
Navajo Indian from Florida -
kin was appointed music director -
at Citrus High, succeeding Christian College will put Sgt. Daniel In S.C. .
on the rodeo exhibition Friday .
For Fire .
EquipmentPressure William Thomas. RI C .
'night at the fair. ii
Mrs. Clyde Byrd and Mrs. Crystal River's Pirates edg- After Germany Duty H
Bob shot
N.B. ( ) Trotter two
ed by the Hurricanes 43-38.
is a word we absolutely dislike, but it's a word often large wild turkeys on a recent Bill Williams ((11))was top scorer CHARLESTON AFB, S.C.-
applied to political figures, both those who are already in office hunting trip.Brown for Citrus High, while Glenn Staff Sergeant Nathan D. Daniel
and those trying get in. We dislike the term because too often Dumas, mosquito con- Keefer ((18)) and Vance Holland has arrived here for assignmentwith
when it's put into action it produces an adverse effect. For example ;- trol board member, said flatly (15)) led the winners. .a Military Air Transport
we simply don't and won't tolerate "outsiders"trying to that the board would have to Thirty young men became Service unit following a tour of
"pressure" us, as newspaper folk into doing anything. It's that have more money or it would charter members of the Citrus duty in Germany.
and we're constructive have to curtail its work. Sgt. Daniel, an Air Force inventory -
cut dry. But always open to suggestionsand Citrus County Chamber of
honest opinions. Obituary: Thomas William Commerce by the deadline and specialist, is the son of
We would, therefore, not imply in any way that "pressure" be Harrison Sr. 78, Floral City; about 40 associate members had Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Daniel

applied to local politics by any individual or group, for any rea- life-long county resident. signed up by charter night Fri- Crystal River.A TOTAL ELECTRIC
son. This doesn't mean however, that suggestions are inap- Special services were held graduate of Crystal River .
propriate. Most candidates, most politicians are eagerly recept- Sunday at Holder Baptist Mis- day.Rumors that Mrs. VivianSnyder High School, he is married to
ive sion when that unit ceased to be the former Sylvia M. Mansfieldof
to concrete suggestions. These suggestions indicate how might be replaced as post-
constituents feel about certain issues, what they're thinking a mission and became an independent master at Floral City becauseof Crystal River. They have two
what they would like to see accomplished. Baptist Church.Mr. the change of administration.at sons Paul and Nathan.
/f /
around the bush. behalf of the and Mrs. A.M. Roberts 1W
Enough beating In Inverness Washington brought quick Ross Allen has "milked"
Hernando have celebrated their e/v
Volunteer Fire Department and the residents this and immed- 50th wedding anniversary.Citrus response from her fellow citi- more than 138,000 poisonous -
iate surrounding communities The Chronicle urgently suggests zens. snakes for their venom e
that all candidates for Mayor and City Council strongly con- The Turner's Camp road from his Institute
sider the needs of our area in the way of fire fighting equlpm nt. County Inverness to Turner's Camp and atFlorida's
We need not dwell on the obsolescence of present machinery and thence to Hernando is among the Silver Springs.The .
facilities--not including the fire station, of course, which is a top improvements being urged venom is refined and

credit to the community. All of us, including'the candidates, are __ Chronicle by the county board of commis-: used for medicinal pur-
aware of the inadequacies of present equipment. sioners. Another is the con- poses.
Flip, dial, switch or push a
Inverness is the largest of our county municipalities. It is the SERVING struction of a bridge across
seat of our county government. Yet, the condition and adequacyof ALL CITRUS COUNTY Hall's River. "The advertisement is one of Total electric living gives you more semfort.
the and diffi-
fire' fighting equipment fails miserably to meet required Published every Thursday by Four'men have qualified as cult most of modern interesting forms., convenience and leisure.
standards--fails to come up to par with other communities our the Citrus County Publishing candidates for City Council literary r .
size. This situation exists to the knowledge of most citizens, Co. at 107 N. Apopka St., Inverness Aldous Huxley. .- Swish through a morning's wash
and this newspaper would certainly like to see some improvement Florida. Establishedin 5
during the coming year.What's 1890. Entered as second -5 with your electric washing center.

class mail at the post officeat Every Friday Turn a tap for an endless supply
Inverness, Florida.
of hot water. Admire the way your heme

Our Fire Department Number? HERMAN W. GOLDNER.President Fish & Chips stays dean with electric heating.

And cook the most delicious meals

-J v Publisher 11 A.M. to 5 P.M. imaginable with a precision : '.
TANNEH1LL.News heat electric range.

( t ,3'] I II"I RUSSELL FORD. AdvertisingSCY 95t No wonder the new homes are
( 1 HIBBARD JR., ..
r ( l fJ.:!. Production Supt. Riddle Restaurant Medatfeon hornet.

I It's a much nicer way to 1iM.ri17 .
Subscriptions $3.50 a year in Inverness

Citrus Marion,Hernando,Levy
.. jI and Sumter counties, 6 months "'716 W
$2.25. Elsewhere in U.s. $4.50a
0 year 6 months $3.00; $5.50 FLORIDA .... .

a year in Canada.Subscriptions Fresh Onion PlantsMultiplying
pow 11ft
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the year take the $4.50 rate. CORPORATION ,

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your new alone addresses. New address Also Bedding Plants t Make are you lin staffer, eIKUiaIly.tfi . .
is not sufficient.
\ 77Z with Electric Appliance*. Light for Living

I Inverness...... 726-2221 THE Florida CHRONICLE Press is Association a memberof Landscape Nursery urllInD and Full-Hovstpowir WiringB

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Adult Education 4 sTANGERINE Invitational Golf
i Pecan
New Patented*
pi' I rI. Class Coming Up'I I I Tournament SetOn

I. ... Adults who are interested in St.Patri "k's DayThe STEWART MAHAN CROSS
lei t '
... :; We completing their high school Large and most delicious of aN.
education do
may so by studyingwith Inverness Golf and Coun-
FinanceUp the Adult Education Pro- try Club will present Its first Also makes beautiful shade
gram now in operation at the annual St. Patrick's Day invi-
To 5 Years Hernando High School, Brooks- tational tournament on March
sr ville.Many 16 and 17. Landscape NurseryU.S.
subjects will be taughtin
To AT 5%
Pay these adult classes including All male golfers of Citrus,

English, mathematics, biology, Lake, Hernando and Marion Hwy.41 No. & State Hwy. 44 East
social studies and commercial Counties: 18 years of age and
subjects. over, are invited to play in
Registration for the next term this tourney, according to Al
will be on Friday, Feb. 1, at Brown, club president.A .
7:30 p.m. in the high school at pork barbecue and fried
Brooksville chicken buffet will be servedon f"
wM A similar program was started LOUNGE In Crystal River will soon be open for Saturday ((16th) to participating ' BILL KEEN & SONS
recently at Crystal River High business. The colorful package store and lounge at the junctionof club members, partici-
School. Rt. 44 and US 19, is owned by Ernest Coburn. --staff photo pants from other clubs, and
AFFORD IT their guests. Painting; Contractor

Letter applications shouldbe /
Local Towns Receive Uncle Lem SaysDEAR forwarded to the local clubno Interior Exterior
later than March 5 in order

I $3,870 From 'Smokes' that all arrangements may be Floor Sanding and Finishing
MISTER EDITOR: voting Democrat back under completed.The Licensed aad Insured
PANt.UPUP \ Inverness and Crystal River Most of the time the sessionsat Woodrow Wilson, said he would fee will be $12.50 for
received $3,870.11 from cigar- the country store goes alongas have to take issue with Ed on a each participant. This includesthe Floor Tile P.O. Box 734
ette tax revenue in the distribution smooth as frog hairbutSat- number of items. buffet and cocktail party Wall Paper Wildwood Fla.'
: of November receipts. urday night they was a differ- First off, said Clem,he was of for each participant and one and Hanging Ph. 748-5861 7483001Buy
Announcement was made last ence of opinion at the meeting. the opinion that Ed was sending guest.
week by Thomas E. Lee Jr., Everything was in good humor that chicken scratching of his to
r director of the Florida Bever- and nobody was mad, but some the wrong place. He ought to
age Department.Local of the fellers was taking sides. mail it to the Poultry Depart-
FI breakdown was: Democrat and Republican.Ed ment and let the Department of
t Inverness 2132.90 Doolittle come in all riled Agriculture check it. In the second Matt Co* Brand Paint
Additions Crystal River $1,737.21 up on account of him having to .place, Clem claimed, Ed ]
Cabinets Built Statewide revenues from cigarette pay 5 cent fer a stamp to git ain't never filed a report that
Rtmocfoling'Roofing taxes totalled 2825176. his income tax report mailed.Ed didn't show a net loss on the
R. C. MacDonald 80 of which $775,008.24 went to don't buy but one stamp a year and it would be hard fer one 0 get onAllen's
the state general fund and $2, year and that's when he has to Ed to tell if taxes was high or
Plumbing 050168.56 was distributed to git his annual masterpiece off to low or the budget over-balanced
WirIng/ Call 726-4474 municipalities throughout the the Internal Revenue Depart- or underbalanced.In .

r4 state. ment. the third place, argued
In the first place, allowed Ed, Clem Ike enlarged that public IT .
he was 100 percent unimpressedwhen trough so big that a politicianhad : 7jEI.
Area Business DirectoryAUTO the Democrats come up to lay in it longways to kee P] :
with this idea back under Tru- from falling out. And farther- :
man of making farmers mail more Clem said Ed coud've .
off their report in February saved that one cent on his an
SALES: &'SERVICEChatman ahead of everbody else. In the nual stamp by mailing in his w
Buick second place, claimed Edwhohas In the third place, argued MARY CARTER HO LIMIT ?j .
Bray always voted the straight Clem, Ike enlarged that public M HOUSE PAINT mClSION COtOH MATCHING .
with -
Mere than 1,500ihadct r r.
Republican ticket--this 5 cent
Pontiac Co.SalesandService. trough so big that a politicianhad Excellent hidIng Wry Rome! Eu.ll.nr hN
THIS SPACE AVAILABE Pest ControlResidential I stamp is a good example of what to lay in it longways to keep durability. For Ind drrellllea, -
II1tana anal Fawn Equipment Call 726-3421 the Democrats is doing to this from falling out. And farther- weed,masonry,mctaj. .ile, wsah.M.r
a International Trucks and Commercial country. more, Clem said Ed could've $C98 ; i
Farther-more announced Ed, UIVIRY GAL. 'a r r..au tAl.;
Tampa Hwy Household saved that one cent on his*annual -
BmokniIle 796-3333 Termite Control Spraying Democrats is the champions and stamp by mailing in his 2n/ CAN FMI ;, o .;, ,, Ia1Mr ,,, CAN Rit
inventers of high taxes and the chicken scratching afore the
Ro aches-Ants-Mb ths-Sl
: Yerfi: shBfljoksYflle
Brooks budget. He told price went up on January 7. He
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Ford Sales, Inc. Crystal Electric,- Inc.. REAL t=STATEAllen the the best fellers President that Kennedy this country was the accused matter Ed of of being handling careless his an-in // Hardware rrNtr 4

has had,
MERCURY Your Cocaplete Electrical faster ever since Eisenhower, nual stamp situation. ?
and that he has done more fer Personal Mister Editor, I
METEOR Senice on All Makes of
COMET TV Rado Refrigeration Realty cheap money than anybody since didn't git in the arguement on North of Court House INVERNESS ....' w ry .
31-39 Booksrille ATe Snail[ AppliancesCitrus fcaternrrat Las Julian Ceezor.: account of noting fer 50 year
Acreages And Ed allowed that up to that the best political ,
796-3323 Ave..e party MMIJ Catfct DISCOUNT Paint Stores '
Kennedy, politicians was con-
Crystal River 79.5-3223 2 Bedaxjm Democrat or Republican, was
Waterfront Home
$ AUTO GLASSTRIM J9430.00 tent just to git their feet in the always the one out of office AMKICA'S LARGEST DISCOUNT PAINT CHAINMORE eA

Davis Auto Glass ELECTRICPLUMBING' P.o. Bldg. Inglis- took public to trough laying but down now longwaysin they has Yours truly, THAN 100 STORES. COAST TO COAST T Co.
& Trim I Shop Td. 447-2333; 447-2391 the thing. '
Another Fine IaataII;doa bjrShutfs Clem Webster, who started
CeaLDav s, Proprietor Kepler Realty -, '
Custom Made Seat Covers
Glass Installed Pmmntly. DUNNELLON, FLORIDA
13 N. Magnolia St. Electric I & Plumbing Water View lot with access to r Mrs. Lewis

Brook aville 7963039AUTO Service Repairs Withlacoochee 3 miles from downtown River and Dunfl-only THE FORD IDEA: build the fun in.

- SERVICE STATIONS HU9-2562 J Duanellon; Crystal 795-3257 River ellon_for $660.00., Lot is high DiesAge; 91 .

end dry. .
Springs Randall Graveside funeral services build the out!
were Monday morn- worry
Standard Station Real Estate Agency ing in Memorial Park Ceme-

Headquarters for Ward's Furniture Co. WATERFRONT MOBILE tery. St. Petersburg for Mrs. Spend fifteen minutes at your Ford Dealer's-see how much difference the right idea

Adas Tires & Dele Batteries We Buy: &" Sell New & Used HOME LOTS 1100 down, Ellen Maria Lewis, age 91. She makes! These cars are more fun than cars have ever been before. The Super Torque Americans liveliest
was the mother of R.K. (Ted) .
BeSevice-GmRepairs Radator Flush& Repairs' : Guaranteed Furniture -30 Appliances days-Terms $30 month. Lewis, Inverness realtor. Death Ford (foreground) has V-8's up to 405 horsepower, a $10 million ride, rich interiors and most care free cars!

Homoaassa SpringsPeter's 710 W. Fort: Dade ATC. Box 468. Homosassa Springs.; came Friday morning. luxury features like an optional Swing-Away steering wheel The sleek new Fairfane
Mrs. Lewis was a native of FORD
Rmok.Tlne 796R6 middleweight (center) is quick, nimble, solid as a, bank-and offers America's.newest
LARGE MARINA'SITE Palmerston, Ontarion, Canada.
FLORIST GIFtS 20 Acres on River A resident of St. Petersburgfor V-8! Don't miss Falcon (top)-now with a new dash of fun, including the'first Falcon ,..c.....'A'.0

Pure Oil Service ----'Westovers: $30,000, Terms 28 years, she moved to convertible The '63 cars from ford are designed to be less trouble than cars have ever t PRODUCTS I

Pure G*. Oils Lubrication- Inverness about four years ago. been before solid come-and all* have Ford's Twice-a-Year .
Tim Batteries TV Stamps Flowers & Gifts, Archie G. Eiland Porter Funeral Home here They're tight, quiet, as they a ..
"Ve Give Service with Enjuiatte Gifts Rea. (Broker? was in charge of the arrangements (or 6,000-mile) Maintenance*! 'E_cept falcon station Bus and cw W...., MOTOR!COUf*

Every Gas Sale" For Occasion The Rev. Morris Gas-
Erery Inglis Fla. 447-2383
Flora! City 726-3813 Flotra3-BouquetsandDes gns --- kins of the First Methodist
Member FTD Church, Inverness officiated'at
AUTO STORE 709 V. Jefferson Knotts & Lynch the services.

BrooksriUe 796-3349 Fax Yaakeeoowa Pepertyla
Western Auto FARM SUPPLIES : the Woods Exams Over, They
Oa che RiverOn
Tpbojon Outhoards-Truetone TV
RCA Whirlpool Refrigerators, Hell _. the Golf_ Plant Pine trees
Lots Homes Acreage _
liras Batten Generators
: ,
UifflersWestern Feed & Farm Supply I FLORAL CITY--With exams

Flyer Bicycles BABY CHICKS Realora-Yankeetpwa 447-2431 over, youngsters at Floral City

Dmadloa HU9-2360 Poultry & LiTestode Feed RESTAURANT elementary school finally got
their trees planted.
Bulk Deliveries
BUILDING SUPPLIES For Real Fun Last Thursday morning the
Del. Every Wed In Citrus Co.
: Meet at the pupils planted 50 slash pine
Buildng. Materials 600 S Main
Electrical Supplies Brooksville '796-3033 LlghthalsePlumtingPeints seedlings on school property.It th._______
of their Arbor
--' was part Day
& Varnishes FARM EQUIPMENT Beer Wines Dancing program, which was postponed
and Water Pump a to AnyoneAtSarings2340r
&eaks Chops Sandwiches because of class tests. The
rocs' Free Fish Every 2nd Friday poem ."Trees" was read by r.

Geo.W. Hays, Inc. Tractor & Equipment Floral City Ronnie Lanier.
The youths were assisted in
India 447-2701 .-Fer.isoa&les&Ser Happy's HiHatCocktail their efforts by Assistant County -

BUILDING I MATERIALS New & Used Farm Equipment Lounge Agent Royce Williams and _
New Holland Hay Balers Package Store"Meet by Frank Cowan, director of the Fal n fin T toor Sedan

RoblasoH-Scofleld King Grove Harowsmiard Here fee the school's junior gardeners. .
& Hutch rfoes *,'
Best of Spirits" .p
Lumber Co. Bmoks"U.e .796.2311 Homo sassy Spnngs Hwy 1 9.98YoucHeadquatteta Too many folks .
Who drive a car.
for JEWELER Keep knocking the .
Building Material Pearly Gates ajar. ,
Lumber Flo's Jewelry I rkp
s- r
Concrete BlocksDunaellon
& Photography
WatchesIhamonds-Sil.erwateExpert :
Watch Repairs THIS SPACE AVAILABE JaDUar! 1 '
SHOP Portrait-Weddings-and: Call 7263421TILE Furbne 500 Sports Coupe

Mirror Beauty Salon I Dunndlon Shuman HU9-2316 Blk. headlinesMefinda 4r

Hair Styling

Permanent Waves r--.r- .

U.S. Hwy 19 N. Iflfiis 447-2325 NURSERY PLASTERIHCHotfc I
BOATS. MOTORS nlanr'Hlrsery' !\
shinba flggfc i Co. w ,

Crystal Outboard Evergreens Ceramic Tile Baduooos-Floors

Roses Shower Sulla-Sink :TopRepair
Motors Bedding Plants Plastering tor New and Repair* has now toor Haratop .
}H Blk. W. of U.S. 19 Soft Tile Floors ..
Sernce on AH Outboards 124 isms St. 1 joined our staff.
Homoftossa Springs
Lam Boy Lawn Mowers Daoaellen HU 9-2852 _

Qystsl MTCT 793-2597 Come and see her.

I DRUGGIST -OFFICE- SUPPLIES', Dare Phone for Appointment .

Nail's Drug StorePrescriptions Office Lewis'AU Needs TV Sales & Service 726-2601 Chick Chitty Ford Inc.

CHna-Crystal-Lastiflg Gift Sales & Servicd"The ,

e*.Sickroom Cosmetics Supplies- Sundaes Art Supplies Notions. 'Zenith House_ AdntrsT of Sent_&Mbtoola Sound": Mildred's BeautySatan Main & Trout Streets hrvtrinss, Fit.

After Dunaellon Hr*. Tfl.HU9 HU9-2291-2441 Brooksville J' N. Main 7962636&a r---RCA' River Sates 795-2246& Service SET SAIL FOR YOUR FORD DEALER'S . .THE TRADE WINDS AlE BLtWm!


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\ 4-B TheArea COUNTY CHRONICLE January 31, '1963

I Growers Attend Citrus 'Field Day' I Deeds RecordedJan. I Homosassa

Members of the Citrus County experiment station were on hand A.J\I\.J a .
Agricultural Agent's office.anda to lecture citrus growers on 16 through Jan. 22. 1963 Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc. Volonte Springs. Unit 1. By Mrs. Vincent Havens
number of county grove operators after-care. of freeze damaged to Glen E. &: Alice M. Leirer; Grayson C. &: Myrtle Webb &
.were at the Citrus Experi- .trees. They also discussed J.F. & Evelyn C. Hernbree to Lots 89 to 92 both incl.,in Block Taylor to Clifford: & Margaret "
I I ment Station, in Lake Alfred, spraying, fertilization,pruning, Industrial-Marine Electronics; 95, Unit Inverness Highlands. Mile Lot 9 of Volonte Springs.. criticall Mrs. W ill.H.in Hutchinson Brooksvilie is hos still .._J RW__U.La ElTUUSIB......AN 1_etlee..UAtMa9.El1R u isT WAIl.0...CIAUIIM. .lil_ I
for a citrus field day yesterday. hedging, etc. Lots 2 &: 3, Block 15 of Wood- Citrus County Land Bureau Inc. Unit I.
Various representatives of the land Estates Unit 2A.L. to Julius & Dorothy Schirm-) W.T. & Hazel E. Taylor to pital.Mr.. "Bud" ONE WALL STREET NEW OK 5
I J Edward Thompson to Law- brand; Lots 76 to 79 both incl., Charles J. Weiss Jr. & Kath- from the hospital.Mrs. Priest. is home
rence &: Albina Williams; lands in Block 115, Unit 3, Inverness ryn M. Weiss; Lot 10 of Vol- .
W.A. Adkins Stocks Bonds Fmk
ableto Mutual
was -
In Sect. 3-19-18. Highlands Subdivision. onte Springs Unit 1.
attend church
FOR SALE John H. &Frances S.DeBuskto Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc. Margie R. Clutter to David W. Mr. and Mrs.Sunday. OCALA BRANCH
Hugh Dorsey & Mabel Clair to E. Elwood & Geneva M. Fay; Clutter; Lots 81 to 84 both incl., Henry Weirtz Phone.622.7294
gave a birthday dinner for her collect
Brown; Land in Sect. 33-18-20. Lots 53 to 56 both incl.,in Block in Block 95, Unit 1, Inverness .
sister, Mrs. Earl Welty Mon- 401 E. Silver Spring. Blv]:.
LARGE 3 BEDROOM FRAME HOME: 100 ft.x 168 ft. Homer M. &:Georgia M.Kidwellto 116 Unit3Inverness Highlands. Highlands Subdivision.
Lot. Located 1 block from post office and school and Donald E. &:Laura F Putnam; Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc. Henry Dingus Jr. & Frances day.The Carl Voelkels from
only 2 blocks from shopping center. Large shade land in Sect. 29-19-17. to Raymond & Patricia Holst; Dingus to Willie Bolton; Lot 12, Williamsburg Iowa,
trees citrus trees interesting shrubs. Thomas V &: .Frances Infantinoto Lots 57 to 60 both incl.,in Block Block E, Chassahowitzka River 5 and 6 red caught a
THIS IS A REAL BUY Priced at $6850. August & Atha M. Tierman; 94, Unit Inverness Highlands. Estates, Unit 2. weekend.Mr. pound fish this Your Rambler Dollar
reasonable terms Lot 9 in Block A of Bel-Air Sub Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc. Parsley Brothers Construction and Mrs. Walter $ e.IT'S
division. to Armand C. &Louise Sylvester Co., Inc. to Raymond W. & Etta Fraz- V
Johnson Real, Estate --- BrokerFloral Frank T. & Barbara D. Brownto ; Lots 33 to 36 both incL, in Mae Miller; Lot 5 of Block 13 for ier of another Ingles ide winter, Ill., are back. YOUR BIGGEST DOLLAR
John R. & Gertie M. Dotson; Block 116 Unit 3, Inverness of Apache Shores Unit 3. Rev. vacation.
City Phone 726-2784 Lot 10, Block II, Allbritton's Highlands Subdivision. Rolling Oaks Corp. to Walter L.at Glenn the Stephens wasa FULL FULL
guest C.L. Barfield
Addition to the Town of Crystal Citrus County L*ad: Bureau,Inc. & Barbara Seyffarth; Lot 5 In home 1995
River. to Stanley & Annette Dumenda; Block 5 of Beverly Hills Unit the home Saturday of night, and at PRICE PRICE
John A. & LaRetta Schmidt to Lots 36 & 37 in Block 271, Inverness 1.Lowell mon Mrs. Callie Fill-
William & Juanita Anderson; Highlands, South. & Taima Brandle to on Sunday. This prlc Ind,",.. Ftdtral Tat, .ttrvlc, handWng end 4 ffv.ry In Ocota
lands in Sect. 4-17-18. Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc. Robert T. & Evelyn K. More- Saturday night the Bar-
Worlds Fastest Shade fields entertained the Rev. Mr. 1963 RAMBLER CLASSIC I "
River-Lakes Manor Inc. to to J. Kenneth SiViolaDGerould; land; Land in Sect. 28-19-17. Stephens, Mr. and 550" 4 DOC SlOAN
i Eugen e & Laura Couty; Lot Lot 19 in Block A of Highlands VanBuck Florida Enterprises Mrs. W.S.
Evans, the
8 ft in 1 Year 40 ft. in 5 Years 21 in Block 9 of River-Lakes Trailer Park. Inc. to Edwin H. & MarjorieH. Mr. and Mrs.Vincent F.A.Havens Barfield and of
Manor, Unit No. 3. Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc. Kesel; an easement over &:
not River-Lakes Manor Inc. to to Rocco L. Romano and DanielJ. across Lots 18 & 37, Block C St. Petersburg, at a smoked fish
For to grandchildren dinner.
epjoy your
you { Ralph H. Meier Lot 4 in Block Koladije; Lots 87 to 92 both of Gospel Island Homesites.
6 of River-Lakes Manor, Unit incl., in Block 2, Unit 8, Inver- Edwin H. & Marjorie H. Keselto
GUARANTEED AGAINSTLandscape FREEZE No. 3. ness Highlands Subdivision. Maude L. St. John; Lot 12, .
River-Lakes Manor, Inc. to Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc. Block F, Gospel Island Home- Block 110, of the City of laver
Edwin S. & Margaret A. Grayson to Isabel Muir; Lots 47 to 50 .sites. ness. I
j Nursery ; Lot 28 in Block 7 & Lot both Incl., in Block 19, Unit 8, Maurice E. & Kathleen A. Jennings Rolling Oaks Corp. to Fred J.&
This the
14 in Block 11 of River-Lakes Inverness Highlands. tb E.A. & Fern S. Hasek; Gladys A. Umstatter; Lot 13 size
Manor, Unit No. 3. Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc. Lot 9, Block F,* Gospel Island in Block 6 of Beverly Hills 112" wheel base Rambler.
U.S. Hwy. 41 No. & State HwY..44 River-Lakes Manor, Inc.to LeoR. .to Nathan H. & Anna M. Flem- Homesites Unit 1. Includes full factory equipmentplus

&: Dorothy H. LO isell; Lot ing; Lots 52 to 59 both incl., in Ruth S. Ellis to J.F. Phelps; C.B. & Ann P.Myers to Charles 2 year. 24,000 mile warranty, 33,000 or 3 year chassis!
8 in Block 7 of River-Lakes Block 11, Unit 8, in Inverness Lot 5 & 6, Block 2, Crystal E. Haskew; Lot 63,Block 1,Unit lubrication. Many parts lubricated for life. 4,000 mile .....IM
Manor, Unit No. 3. Highlands Subdivision. Acres. 1, Hickory Hill Retreats. oil and filter change. Transmission and rear axle oil never
Mikliff Corporation to Edward& Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc. F.R. & Mary R. Sanderson to Henry Dingus, Jr., & Frances needs changing. Lifetime guarantee on complete exftcwtt
Belva G. Lippert; Lot 85 Sun- to Floyd F. & Virginia Kehr; Catherine D. Powell; Lots 7&8, Dingus to James T. & Emma A. system.
kist Estates. Lots 117 to 121 both incl.. in Block 11, Crystal Acres. Franklin; Lot 11, Block 0, of Steat. Tax TItI.. .t4ttrCltkn. ek. trho."
Rolling Oaks Corp.Andrew J. Block 169, Unit 9 of Inverness Ivan & Marie Morris to R.A. & Chassahowitzka River Estates. $j l7d DOWN 'ClylMnb$61.25. lnclv & Dorothy M. Miller; Lot 29 in Highlands Subdivision. Rose Mary Knight;Land in Sect. Tom B. & Tymesia M. Walkerto
Block 7 of Beverly Hills Unit Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc. 26-20-20. Richard A. Davis; Lots I,2& SAWAYA AUTOMOTIVE
No. 1.Willie. to EHasz & Zofia Sobotnik; Lots Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc. 3, Unit 3,Hickory Hill Retreats.
& Janie Patterson to 44 to 51 both incl.,in Block 158, to Otto C. & Victoria A. Craig; Block 13. RAMB1.K PLYMOUTH HIUMAN.
Surety Mortgage Investment Co; Unit 9 of Inverness Highlands. Lots 11 to 14 both incl., in 2 EAST JEFFERSON OCXlTA, FLORIDA FHONC itl-4UI
Land in Sect. 22-18-17. Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc. Block 138, Unit 9 of Inverness
Mary W. & Sidney Storey to to Philip & Rose Davidofsky Highlands Subdivision. FilingOur i
Surety Mortgage Investment Co; Lots 45 to 56 incl, and Easterly Woodland Estates Inc.to Bern-
South 120 ft. of the West 80 17 feet of Lot 57, Block 146, ard Fisher; Lot 17, Block 13, Specialty Try Us <
ft. of the North 140 ft. of Lot Unit 9 of Inverness Highlands. Woodland Estates, Unit 2-A. ,
1 of B.H. Sanders' Addition to Citrus County Land Bureau Inc. Lewis Bivins AKA Louis Bivins EDDIE'SAcross GetRklOf't
Hernando, Florida. to Mary DeLisi;Lots 9 to 13 both and Lugenia Bivins his wife to
1 iTh C.E. Armstrong AKA ClarenceE. incl., in Block 152, Unit 9, Inverness Archie Lee Chester; Lot 20, from Police Station,

Armstrong and wife Betty J. Highlands. except the W 80 feet thereof, in b IRONREDor_
Armstrong to Surety Mortgage Edward G. & Alice M. Mathewsto M
Investment Co.; South 120 feet Marvin DeLoy Buckner Sr.;
of the West 80 feet of the North Lots 13, 14, 15 & 16 in Block -
a 140 feet of 341, of Villa Terrace Unite 10, 3 :PISI !
Addition Lot to Hernando 1 of B.H. Sanders Fla.- of Homosassa, Fla. - r1fnll SI 1lF.rJl( () EMike's E DISCOLORED WATER .

Edward G. &: Alice M. Mathewsto William T.&Dorothy M.Spivey
Alfred J. Logan; Lots #3, 4, and L.C. & Lucille Coburn to with our Wat*
5, 6 & 7 all in Block #251 of Spivey Construction, Inc.; Landin
Homosassa Unit 6 of Homosassa Sect. 34-18-16.
Springs, Fla. J.C. & Sara B. Weaver to Ivan Seven Seas RestaurantThis Softening r'r'and
/iecorator George Drew Edwards, Jr. and Williams land in Sect. 3-17-16.
se s ct wife Helen Marie Edwards; and John H. & Thelma F. Deters to Rtoring Service
Frances Edwards Minter and Norris Cattle Company; Lotsin Weeks Sea Food Special i;

Chester L. Minter Jr., her Town of Homosassa.C. .
husband to Eugene :J. & ElviraM. & Margaret Mile to Norris
fee. of.Crystal Reed; Lots River 228 Addition to 231 to incl.the Cattle Homosassa.Company. ; Lots in Town Shrimp & Scallops $00 YES: YES:

Town of Crystal River. Jimmy Lee & George Anne .w.... ....,. ... "
George E. & Jennie Elizabeth Snuffer to John N. & Mildred '. W'f/'W:: :: : :::.'::<
0r Arnold to H.W. & Grace A. Ossenfort; Lot 167 in Sports- I" :"::".::".'. . 1"1"r.1. "... YES
Schwieters; Land in Sect. 29- mens Park.Victoria :::::;; "1 '. I I
19-17. Kelly to Gilder R. & i .
Citrus County Land Bureau, Edith Laverne Kelley; Lot 6, ,
Inc. to Aniel DeMasi; Lots 73 Block C. New Mayfield Acres. m ;
to 80 both incl., in Block 14, John R. & Marshall Neopolitan Style Galvanized & Plastic Pipe
1 r r Unit 2 in Inverness Highlands to Gilder R. & Edith Laverne .
1 Subdivision. Kelley; Lot 6, Block C, May- --- <-- and Full. Line of Fittings

Citrus County Land Bureau, flower Acres.
Inc. to Austin &Helen Brandow; Popular Prices 24 Hrs. A Cay
Lots 1 to 8 both incl. in Block Gilder R. & Edith Laverne Kel- Lawn Mower & Out Board Motors Repaired

78, Unit 3 in Inverness High- ley to Albert Carlson; Lot 6 7 Days A Week
lands Subdivision. Block C, Mayflower Acres.
COUNTYWIDEDIRECTORYLOANS Citrus County Land Bureau, D.O. & Mary Ann Bauldree to
Inc. to Edward T. &Ann Pond; James L. DeMoully; Lots 1 and
Lots 59 to 66 both incl.,in Block 12, Block 91,Town of Homos-
65, Unit 2 in Inverness High- sa. Seven Seas RestaurantHighway WHITE DISTRIBUTING CO.
Up To $600. Naylor & Hall lands Subdivision. Joseph Charles & Celia Eliza-
Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc. beth Settle to Malcolm O. &
LOAN ON to Floyd & Jennie Cheshire; Evelyn McLaney; La'lClin Sect. No. Apopka Ave. Old Seaboard Depet
AUTO, FURNITURE Fill DirtContractors Lots 58 to 61 both incl.,in Block 34-19-20. 41 Hernando
I 726.1622
SIGNATURE. 127, Unit 4 in Inverness High- W.T. & Hazel E. TaylortoClifford -
lands Subdivision. &: Margaret Mile; Lot 8 of

"Let Us Help You Solve .
Your Money Problems"

Crystal River Ph.' 726 1104

Finance Corp Ph. 726. 2825

Next to HWY.Florida 19.PowerInsurance ,, _7_ I

ui4P/f Your

Fire Storm Auto

R. O. JONES and Materials

West Coast

Electrical Supplies

I Lumber-Paint

1' .
Plumbers' .Supplies
Phone 795-2787 ,
Tile Saws

Appliances Builders' Hardware

Admiral and Kelvinator Everything in Building

Washers Dryers Materials SAVINGS lOAN ASSOCIATION
TV, Stereo & Hi-Fi
See us for Complete :

I Home Crystal Furnishings River B UI eld er;5

Phone 795-2489 402 E. SILVER SPRINGS BLVD.

SkinnersFurniture Supply Co.


15 Stores Ga., Ala. &. Fla. CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.
Sandran Floor Coverings

1 Woodward Retlty: Weed Septic '


On U. S. Route 19 Tank Co. }-
r .
Pumping Service & RepairsACREAGE
LOTS ''10I

I Hr
Lintels Sills
Buy and Sell _
Precast -
Steps - - -
With Confidence ..
DONALD J. McBRUJE Business Phone 726-1191. ... : ; . A- --
Reg. Real Estate Broker Home Phone 726-2942 .... "" _ 1 Jl< _ __'__ir ,;.. ; __ __ _

Phone 795-2652 Route 1 South, Inverness

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r Inverness. ftbofing [PUBLISHER'S CORNER"Why 'V' T .:'.,. Should Be A 'Blast'Explosives Two Weeks


No Job Too Large,0r;Too Small doesn't Mr. Kennedydo r.1
more on the Cuban situation?,

. asks themselves. Will
1\\ everyone JFK Be Held HereCitrus
No Down Payment. 5% Bonk Financing can't do much about something
he cant even pronounce.Again,
Up To 5 Years To Pay. in his most recent address, he county law enforcement army team.
referred to Castro-land,as Cu- officers and firefighters will attend The class concerns manufact- GENERALWELECTRIC
Specialists In All Types Of Roofing ber, not Cuba. a class In Explosive Ord- ured explosive items such as
4****** nance Disposal conducted by a military mines and bombs, and

I was looking over the list of nance Disposal conducted by a"bomb" includes identification of unex- Offer Expires)!! 21563Complete
Phone 726-4474 candidates already in the field squad by the United ploded ordnance, investigation, .
for the forthcoming Inverness States Third' Army, from Ft. catagories of explosives, pro- -- f

municipal election. It is grat- McPherson Ga. on Feb. 18 and tective measures and nuclear _

s T t : e a a ifying to see so much political 19. weapons. : II
a a action in view of the turbulence \ Classes will begin at 7 p.m. Arrangements for the class
experienced by the past council in the circuit court room,court- were completed by Lt. Cdr.
B with the recall matter (which AIRMAN.XJARRISON house, on both Monday and David Wernert Ordnance '
ABOUT CHEMICALS incidentally, is a dead issue Tuesday. Corps. and Mrs. Bell Land, -I :
100,000 now). It appears that local Airman Wm.GarrisonTo Officers of the Florida High- county civil defense directoron i 1 1k
way Patrol, deputies from the Wednesday.
voters will be offered a suffi-
ciently varied panel of candidates Attend University office of Sheriff B.R. Quinn,

I and they can select good constables municipal police DES Of DunnellonTo $
public officials. LACKLAND AFB TEXAirman from Invernes s and Crystal
drug industry spends about 200 million ******* Basic William V.Garrisofl. River, and members of the Inverness -
dollars per year for research. About 40 really Monday's horse racing at son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Crystal River, Her- Install FridayThe k
new drugs result at an average cost of 5 million Sunshine Park featured Inver' Garrison, Crystal River, is being n ando, Floral City and Beverly
dollars each.Because ness. The feature race, the reassigned to Syracuse(NY) Hills fire departments will at- Dunnellon chapter of the
Order of the Eastern Star No.
of this continuous research these newdrags seventh, was titled the Inverness University for technical train- tend.A 235, will have a public installa- _
enables the ing as an Air Force communications demolition demonstrationwill __
4 plus improved medical care 4 purse. Keep Ideals was the tion of their 1963 officers tomorrow sa
average person to live healthier and longer. Yet winner and he paid his backersa analysis specialist. be held at the noon hour
t the average prescription still costs less than a' tidy $23.10, $11.30; $4.80. I Airman Garrison, who com- Tuesday in the gun club pit, night, 8 o'clock, at the
Dunnellon Masonic x
R south US 41 the demolition Temple. -- .+ L
bottle of whiskey. wonder how many Citrus count- pleted the first phase of his by Worth -
ians hand military training: here,was sel- Evelyn
were on to see the Hood, and
Worthy Patrol-elect,
race? ected for the specialized courseon
YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when ******* the basis of his interests and Stationed In Hawaii Bill Hood plus 16 other officers ..

you need,o.,. medicine. Pick up your proscription A short time ago we listed"What's aptitudes.He will be installed at; this T
'}Chopping nearby. A great many In A Name?" and gave is a 1962 graduate of Crystal Clifford C. HarmonBARBER'S open meeting. -

eopie entrust us with their prescriptions.May some actual names well suitedto River High School. POINT, HAWAII-- Arustic suspension bridgeover

we compound yours? their professions. Since thenwe've Clifford C. Harmon, airman the river is one of the
thought up a list of ficti- dte apprentice, USN. son of Mr.and scenic attractions of Hills -
tious names that goes like this: Mrs. Clifford K. Harmon of borough River State Park southof
Phil Harmonic, conductor of
a Homosassa, is stationed at the Lephyrhills.
symphony orchestra; Bus Dri- Naval Barber'sPoint
ver, big in the public transpor- Hawaii.He .
tation field; Bennie Fishel your
reported to the air station
friendly finance company man;; from the Recruit Training Cen-
STORE Bill Collector, busy after the ?/tedieas ter, Great Lakes, 111., and has
first of the month; .Charlie
been assigned duty with the administration -
PHONE 726.2731 INVERNESS Horse ouch, my aching leg; BY NELSON SHORT department.
Harry Lipp the mustachioedone.
FLORAL CITY Harmon entered the servicein with Roll-Around Stand
CHURCH OF CHRIST September 1962 and is a grad-
a Without a beginning.Without an uate of Central Florida Junior
It pays to adverb se. ending. This is eternity. The College Ocala Fla.
thought of it is staggering, bewildering PORTABLE TVwith

overpowering. "The
-, created world is but a small HIGHLANDSFAiTH
A Handy Guide To Our Business IsTo
parenthesis in eternity." Thisis its famous "DAYLIGHT BLUE"picture

yet a we thing know inconceivable it must be,true.and CHAPEL Help Preserve . clearest, sharpest, most lifelike in TV!

Eternity--reaches to the out unmeasured in two directions Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Your Loved Ones Big ))9" Square Corner Picture
-.i past ture., and to the boundless fu- Prayer-SUNDAY- Singing SERVICES- Study Names In Ageless e Full Power Transformer Chassis $139.95

The only way that one can Built-in Adjustable, Telescoping
form any kind of conception of Church School..10:00 a.m. Stone. Visit Us And Antenna

SERVICE INSTITUTIONS and BUSINESSESOf the vastness of the past is going Worship.......... 11:00 a.m.
& back, step by step, into anti- 'Service.:30 See Our B Automatic Gain Control for Constant
I quity until he is utterly lost Evang. p. m. Displays

CITRUS COUNTY A in wonder. When Christopher JAY & ELSIE PRENTISS Picture LevelJ.
Columbus discovered Americain LaPerleUMemorials
1492 scores of generationshad Pastors J. & W. Automotive Supply
flourished and faded from Phone 726-8683

PORTER. . the earth. At the time Columbus Prayer for Sick Any Time Appliance Sales & ServiceHwy.
'. '- .," 'THlSSPACE'AVAlLABLgf*' 7r ... 5: ',r' found the. new world, Englandwas .
: Cordial Welcome to You!
Call 726342r. FUNERAL HOME already hoary with age. Inverness P.O. Box 447 19 1/2 mile South of Crystal River. Phone 796-3163 -
When England was in her infancy -
the pyramids of Egypt
had been In existence for fifteen -
AMBULANCEBENNW'S centuries. Now, take the
number of which have
_r DRUGS AL OWEN SERVICE passed since the founding of the Save$4OOOonVaIueflsee

( ,Rexall Drug Pyramids. Double that number,
and we arrive in the far distant
PHONE 726-2781 Painting Contractor PHONE age when the present state of
Estimates:: : and QualityWork the earth was called out of 'I
CITRUS COUNTY'S 726-271 or chaos by God. No one knows how

LEADING DRUG STORE 726-1801 many years (maybe millions)
TURNER CAMP ROAD i! (if we can here speak of years)
Prescript ns Accurately Inverness passed before the Divine Spirit :
brooded upon the face of the
Filled by Main Street
Competent Druggists RFD 1, Box 193 waters. (See:Gen I-Heb. 11:1,
& John 1:1-: ). Let your imagination dffifl1! '

INVERNESS FLORIDA Phone 726-2696 : INVERNESS, FLORIDA carry you back, back, back
: / into the eternal ages. The illimitable -
,' distance recedes be-
fore you and imagination
LOVELL BROS For the Best in Real Estate your
GID HALL & SON wavers it staggers, it breaks
down'beneath the .
look to the eternal future I
Eternity stretches on and on before -
McCullech Chain Saws TV SERVICE
N. B. (BOB) TROTTER us into the boundless fut
Small Motors ure. A period of one thousand
Briggs & Stratton Engines years isn't so difficult to ima-

_ Repair> & Service of Engines Reg. Real Estate Broker 107 Apopka Ave. gine. But imagine, if you can,
General Motors Diesel one million years, a thousand
million years, a million million
Power UnUs Postofflce Box 87
years, etc.You have not reachedthe
Southwest Main Street Homoeassa Florida
Springs I Inverness Fla. end, you cannot reach the HOMES
PHONE 795-2882 end. There is no end. What is
728.1041 eternity? Can mortal man com
prebend and explain it?Someonehas
D1fiTI10gCTZYC said: "If an ant should takea
grain of sand and carry it to
the moon, come back and take

='Qhon7 -9. another and another till the
Land Title Insurance whole earth was carried to the
THIS SPACEAVAILABLE r,4: moon--eternity would have just
For Information torrfmlnr begun.;
Title Insurance or God is the "high and lofty One
726-34'21 Custctn Cabinets Land Ownership that inhabiteth eternity." God
Call Kitchen Remodeling dwells in all eternity--the eter- ...
nal past and the eternal future.
Mill,Work WRITE P. O. BOX 668
He is the eternal God the self

Phone 726-1261 existent one. He is, He was, He
WELSH CABINET CO. is to come. Unto Him, eternityis ,
INVERNESS. FLORIDA inhabitant we bow our heads I
in humble reverence. He makes
= .' his home in the humble and meekof
PACKER W. C, HILL .r:; .. the earth for He has said:"I

MOTOR COMPANY 1" dwell in the high and holy place.
with Him also that is of a con-
Hardware and Marine Electrical Contractor trite and humble spirit, to revive /

Supplies Major Appliance Repair THIS SPACEAVAILABLE .- the spirit of the humble Paved Streets, Street Lights, Central Pure Water System, Fire Protect*.,
and to revive the heart of the

Air-Co Briggs led& Stratton Motors Electrical Repairs ,c" .. : :. fear contrite.love" and May obey you the friends eternal, Hydrants, Restaurant. Swimming Pool and Golf Course.

Wisconsin Motors Small Pump Motor Service Call 72K-3421: One.

Fishing Tackle Hwy. 41 North Inverness i. Two' Bedrooms or One Bedroom with Florida Room

Phone 795-2858 : '_

CRYSTAL RIVER 726-2854 or 726-2157 Custom

With Large Landscafwd Lit

Well Drilling Royal Fences & Patios FLORAL CITYMACHINE Picture .

Wells From Z to 8 Inches COWelding ::i
Carports Frames Oaks
Meyers Pumps J Rolling Corporation
Sales & Service patio Alum. Awnings

Call Crystal River Chain Link.Fencing. AtZELLER .

Call 795-2299 Dunnellon -Cabanas Braising O'NEAL s., p 7.dtHeIt, PUL

Hunter 9-2430 ';, H.. T. RILEY. Milling[ Machine
F. B. McCRAY ::., Inverness Lathe Work Route 491 --- Lecanto Florida

U.5.19 Crystal River Ph. 726-2324 Phone 728-2350' 1


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When You Think of'Think -. letter to Editor -

Dear Mr." Tannehill. Only furnace backed by
INSURANCE I must apologise for the delayin

ofJOHN replying to your letter of

(ifij) r November 29th. Under separate $500. warranty bond.. .
cover I am sending a copy of our
ROSCOW d- issue of October 5th 1962 which
contains a leading article on
'Inverness English",and also a -
"On the Square" Phone 726-2210 copy of our centenary issue of
4 t.rald.va 1917. which will give you a good fiJfAffIrtrn
}, deal of the history of the

"Courier" now publishedevery
Tuesday and Friday -
and of the families who have Pd
owned it. I myself am the junior Boy

partner to my 83>:ear-old uncle I& '

Hernando Citrus County Farm Bureau my father having been killed in
the first world war, and in Dec" GAS
ember 1965 the Barron family 3
Insurance for All needs. Life -Fire Farm U&b1UtyTruck will have been connected with

V Tractor Auto the paper for 100 years. FURNACEii/ -

Browne' J I We do not publish photo- _
Jerome Agent
graphs, but would be glad to Like all Coleman
Call collect 796-2526 Office 796-4312 Home. y receive occasional issues of heating products,
Brooksville Fla. your paper and to send any this Trim Boy Gas .3 :-.,..
which may be of a special in- Furnace is backed
terest. If we have any spare by a $500 bond
copies of the issue coveringthe underwriting your
UNDERWATER EXPERIMENT--The State Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, at the requestof opening of the new bridge Cowman guarantee.
Rep. A.R. (Baldy) Strickland is experimenting this week with submerged grass and weeds in over our river I shall send one It's the strongest
county canals and rivers. Such sub-surface plants are a nuisance sometimes a hazard, to boaters and also one with somethingabout guarantee for any
Now ReopenedCrystal traveling these waterways. Members of the Commission were observed (above) early Monday the famous Loch Ness furnace and it
morning working in a canal at Point Paradise Country Club. The machine in the foreground is a Monster, as the Loch is only 6 doesn't cost you a
"' -.I cutters which cuts off and chews the weeds and grass. Men on the airboat are applying liquid and miles penny more! ,
away or at least one
.. \ 7 () pelletized chemicals to the water in an experimental effort to kill eel or ribbon grass. That's end of it is, as it is 23 miles LOW $10.
( : Jerry Perryman of Lecanto at right (on bank), who Is crew chief for the county. The Commissionis long. ASA

in charge of water hyacinth control but this is their first effort to control submerged plants. Incidentally a postcard of Per Month Installed .
'. ; River Toxicants for such underwater use are limited at the present time, it was stated. --staff photo your Inverness has been on my

.1 mantlepiece since July 1957.It More Coleman exckwvw >
: A.M. to 9: P.M.
.. was sent to me by the Rev.
Bowl William Sutherland a Churchof give you more for yew
.' Sportsmen's
Closed Wednesday Scotland minister who was money! .'
then minister of the English
Springs STANDINGSPhone Presbyterian Church at Sef- Super-tixe heat exchanger

Same Excellent Menu. Same Popular Prices ton Park, Liverpool, and on an Increases warmth, ;
795-2829 exchange of pulpits in your reduces gas bills.

town. He used to be a mini- .Takes less than 3 Iq. ft. .
HIS N HER LEAGUE ster here, which is why he
Metz Construction 2624 -fits anywhere
BY NONA RUNIONMr. 1-21-63 sent the p.c., and he is now
WON LOST Home Furniture 2604 near Edinburgh No alterations needed for
and Mrs. Melvin Roach Chick Chitty Ford 4 0 HIGH TEAM GAME visiting here. So next time he add-on air conditioning.GREEN'S.
Metz Construction 989
who have been his bro-
Springs Ceramic Studio 4 0 comes I will show him your
ther for the last few weeks have Carlson Realtor 3 1 Home Furniture 919 letter and newspaper.

returned home to Cottage Hill, Bennetts Rexall Drugs 3 l' HIGH IND. SERIES This town now has getting on
Don Dourm
Ill. R&H Renes Bldrs. 3 1 Carl 589 for 30,000 inhabitants, and is

!. Furniture s. ft s. Supply ac. Mr. and Mrs. James Roach Miss Milwaukee Deep HIGH buzby IND. GAME 581 the "Capital of the Highlands", FUELGAS
are leaving for Puerto Rico to Sea Fishing 2 2 Don Dourm and the administrative, legal,
the stork who will be *
meet visit-
2 2 business
Buzby Tax Service Carl 222 government centre
ing their son and wlfe.Mr. and Cookie Cutters 1 3 Buzby for the whole North of Scotland.I .
Company Your In
Headquarter t TRI COUNTY
Mrs. Charles Roach who are Segars Real Estate 1 3 R&H also enclose an old pageant SERVICE
2nd and Renes
MagnolU Ocala For the Finest stationed there. 13 3 ra
v #6 Dolphin 1 3 Dunkel programme which gives a brief
OCALA, FLORIDA Lumber. tad Building Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lern e Connors Office Supply 0 4 Court 11 5 but accurate history of Inverness -
For Your Home Mated al" have as their guests her sister Smith 0 Concrete Products 11 5 written
& 4
Ogden Fero Insurance 10 6 by my uncle who 101 So. Phi St. &IIi
FuraUhingsWe and brother-in-law, Mr.
HIGH TEAM SERIES Cooks is one of the foremost Scottish
Carry. A Complete Line .Our Prices Are Extra Low and Mrs. George Psaffberger, Miss Milwaukee 2076 Little Pharmacy 9 7 historians of the day.Yours .
John Tile 8 8-
in 207 West Lincoln Street of Wilmot, WIs. who have been
Buzby Tax Service 2064 sincerely.
touring the Western states and Ossenfort Builders 8'8 Ph. 726-1111 IHVKMSS
BABY FURNITURE OCALA, FLORIDA HIGH TEAM GAME Builders Supply 4 12 Miss Eveline Barron .

CASH OR EASY TERMS Phone, _. MA. ...9-5609. Mexico.Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lemke of Miss Milwaukee 756 Shutts Electric 4 12 The Inverness Courier
Buzby Tax Service 744 Inverness Scotland
Tarpon Sportsmens Bowl 2 14
Springs were Sunday
guests .of his brother Mr. and HIGH TEAM. SERIES
Roofing Mrs. Wm. Lemke Bob Gilstrap 639 R&H Renes 2571 i
Bill Hood 626
THIS SPACE AVAILABLE W.O. Harrison who is here Ossenfort Builders 2450
tjomplete Roofing'ServiceReRooEng Helen Rolph 498
from Birmingham O. caughta HIGH TEAM GAME
Can 1U-3Ul and Repairing nice 8 lb. bass Friday. Norine Gilstrap 488 R&H Renes 873
Residential CommercialBui1 HIGH IND. GAME Builders Supply 836
or Mrs. Vance Aycock received :
Bill Hood 244
word that her brother had pass
Bob Gilstrap 234 NOTICE
-Up A so halt ed away so she flew to Birmingham Helen Rolph 210 Wayne Rolph 623A.
.Asbestos Tile o. to attend the services. Whitney 566
Norine Gilstrap 188
Mrs. Nepsy Eiland who has
been sick for FIRST NIGHTERS Wayne Rolph 245
some time
Marion Heating much better. Dolphin Deep Sea Fish. 6 2 Stan Zalencki _. 214
Welch Cabinet Shop 6 2 I will be at the following named places on the following dates for the parpwe of<<
AND ROOFING CO.OCALA Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Runion Main Street Garage 6 2 assessing all real property tangible and intangible personal property to CHtiW Cam,
Bowles Lumber
Co. 11 1
Phone MArion 2-4072 received word from their son, for the 1963.
: Pure Oil Fire Birds 6 2 subject to taxes year
N. Street Ale Stanley R. Runion who is Metz 5 3 I.G.A. Foodliner 11 1 All owners are required law all of their feH esffe
508 Orange Construction property by to return property a*!
_ _ _ Johnstons Fill Dirt 10 2
stationed in the
Philippines that.
value for before the of
I.G.A. Foodliner 3 5 taxes on or first day April of each year.
Metz Home Builders 9 3
on his return home in Marchhe
Dmpiers 8 4
will be Mannequins
stationed .
GAMES GYM SETS *. Ski I Tools Orlando Fla. A.F.B. at the Carroll Ready Mix 3 5 Winns Pharmacy 7 5
Home Furniture 3 5
WADING POOLS Plumbing Acme Hardware 4 8
JUVENILE FURNITURE Lumber "Three hostile newspapersare Sportsmens Sundries 2 6 Sweats 4 8 Tuesday, February 5thSOUTH .
Inverness Construction 1 7
Free Gift Wrapping Devoe Points more to be feared than Carlson Realtor 3 5 Floral City Cash Groc. 3..9
_Courteous Service. Member *Barkl., Pumps 1,000 bayonets.-Napoleon. Weeds honey Dippers 2 6
Toy Guidance Council. Inc Snappln Turtle HIGH SERIES Dunkle Court 2. 6 DUNNELLON--Murpby.s Station 9:30 t-o M100 A,{.
Lawn Mowers Coffee Kettle 1 11 HOLDER--Post OfficeHERNANDOPost 10:15 to 10-+5 AM
Jack & Jill HIGH TEAM SERIES Office 11:80 to 12j0Q Neon
Atlas Air Power Mowers
I.G.A. Foodliner 2231 FLORAL CrTY--Pure Oil Service StationThursday 26 go 3t88 PM

Toy Snop Marion He might as well HIGH Johnstons TEAM Fill GAME Dirt 2201

Pine Street Shopping Center Johnstons Fill Dirt 791
Phone MA 2-4441 Rone MA 2-3181 Winns Pharmacy 770 February 7th
OCALA. FLORIDA 17 No Magnolia Ocala, Fla. have your keysTakes HIGH IND SERIES
Maxine Edwards 525
Flori da Railroad Commission Sharinb Bertine 4VV LECANTO--Post Office 9M..JIM AM
Permit No. 31 Ocala I Lumber HIGH IND. GAME HOMOSASSA SPRESGS--Post Office J8lo&,to 12 Neat

LOCAL AND LONG Helen Rolph 200 HOMOSASSA--Post Office 2M' tct 3t88 P.M.
Company, inc. > Edith Cumberland 192

DISTANCE Since 1928 MOVING You Build Better with Kilt ?m .

Dried Lumber him only a few Tickets On Sale Saturday, February 9th
-0 sr erm na A complete line ofBUILDING
minutes his
to jimmy
Warehouse MATERIALS For Talent ShowDUNNELLONMrs.

BIRD.ROOFING way in...hardly more ;;. Lawton CRYSTAL RIVER--City Halt ,_to 12 69 N*.
> t
& Van Co. PRATT&LAMBERTPAINY'S. : : Sims talent chairman for the
GYPSOM to locate everything :
: f.j forthcoming Dunnellon Band
Cor. Osceola and Taylor St.
Booster's Talent Show expects
OCALA, FLORIDA 1214 N. Magnolia you've "hidden." A v talent from Yankeetown Cry- Other Communities

Office Phone MA 2-8377 Ocala, Fla. \ - stal River Rainbow Lakes Estates -

The best protection Beverly Hills and .
) < well Dunne lion. -
Romeo as as
COMPLETE SERVICE FOR U taxpayers living in the following.communities have not made is>s4r rstaratld' due
TRAILERS PARTS-SUPPLIES for personal valuables . Jis t The pre-school set will be represented ....... .
AND COMPLETE REPAIR Williams'Radiator I .t1t by several membersof time, I will call at their homes some time before April 1 to asstec

SERVICE today Safe Deposit. ///4 i.r the. Mother Goose Kindergarten -

Suburban Trailer Service Box rentals here are_ y j I The talent show will be held New Hope, Pleasant Grove, Oak Grove, M Lmif.;
..::+>:f Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. in the Dunnellon -
Works & Park low-privacy assured. '--.v High School auditorium.
Tickets are on sale in the above Citronelle and OZe MAO.
SPECIALIZING IN areas. All proceeds will be used
FRONT END AND BRAKE Act now: Come in!
South Dixie Highway & Ocala for equipment for the school
South Dixie band. ,
Highway 307 West 10th St.Ocala.Florida
Ocala, Florida Phone 622-7910 'When the press is free and '
Phone 622-6249 every man able to read--all is

safe.?. Thomas Jefferson. Hugh C. Barco


Local and Long DIstaace MovingHill's Fiber Glass Awnings ..:

Van Service 4trete forHousetrailers Choice carports.of color.and TAX ASSESSOR .

Space Age Design
60 foot
TERMINAL Comer Hoge& N. Pin. St. Highway Example: 10 sq.x 20ft. 120.00

Ocala Florida BANK OF INVERNESSInverness Citrus County FloriD

TWO PHONES TO SERVE YOU: MA :2-3942 & MA 2-7129 Pontoon ManufactoringCorporation .- .

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5 Williams,I i I Bar.
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f or' Imperial, Bacardi Rum .Gordon.Gin, Courthouse Squaw

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