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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Uniform Title: Citrus County Chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Inverness Fla
Publication Date: February 7, 1963
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
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Volume ID: VID01575
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73rd YEAR NUMBER 6 INVERNESS, FLORIDA FEBRUARY 7, 1963 2 Sections 14 Pages



Jury ListDrawn w Municipal Election Will Feature 10 I





; f For Council Three For Mavor I

A list of jury selectives for the i !.
current two-week term of civil "
court has been released by the

Clerk of Court's office. The Scofield Five Candidates Beat Deadline(
term is being presided over by IJohnsonl
,
Circuit Court Judge carroll With the Inverness municipal election just around the corner,

Fussell. qualifyin
list includes those Council members whose termsof
This
jury ,
+ ? -- the upcoming past week for what should be an exciting race for vacant
who have called to serve on notice office expire this year, an- municipal
+-
ry x election seats around the City Council. All five Council seats are open to
who
was F.S. Johnson,
those selected for Tuesday's nounced his candidacy for a-
"
filed just before the deadlineon election this time. This is the first such balloting opportunity
and nother this
today's term
court cases four-year since the City received its charter around 1917. The figurehead
t and members who w t week. Monday for a four-year termto
grand jury the City Council. post of Mayor is also to be filled,subject to the Feb. 19 election.
will serve until August. Theyare The local attorney, in,a pre-
as follows; pared statement said that dur- The Rev. Mr. Johnson, a Getting in under the wire-- Earley, who resigned from the

t GRAND JURY ing his first term in office he minister of the Baptist faith qualifying deadline was 5 p.m. Council effective Feb. 1, Dampier -

Robert C. Edson. foreman; has made an honest effort to who does not currently pastora Monday--were three candidates is a newcomer to local politics -

Joseph F.Scott,acting foreman; promote projects which have church, did not announce his announcing for four-year termson while Jenkins has servedas
Joseph. E. DeBusk. Wade H. been beneficial to the City. candidacy to the Chronicle this the governing body,and three councilman in past years.

Langley, A.F. Carroll, Charles .'Most of the people are familiar week, and therefore there is no for unexpired two year terms. Elfred "Bob" Lassiter has

Miller, James A. Land, FrankL. with my efforts and the pro- following statement concerning John Dampier and W.K.Jenkinswill entered the heated race against
Boswell. Razel E. Davison gress which has been made dur- his community status or plat- be opposing each other for Kathleen Balasch, for the unex-

Ralph Mills, Wallace T. David- ing my term," he said. "I makeno form. the unexpired term of Robert pired term put up for occupancy

son, Benjamin Clyde Willis, claim that the improvementshave : .. ; when Mrs. Balasch suddenly resigned -
Marion James Myers,John Willis been by my vote alone b in a special meeting Jan.

Murphy Jr., Fred Wiley Sr., but many of them have been 26. Immediately upon submitting -

Dan Bertine Rollie L. Budd, MORE THAN HOLE IN GROUND--This is one three lift station sites for the new sewage disposal started and" completed at my .' her resignation, effective

and Jesse R. Thomas. system now being put in by the City of Inverness Located just beyond the overpass on Rt 44 East, suggestion. Feb. 1, the councilwomen an-
THIS WEEK'S JURORS this lift station will benefit the Lincoln Park Old Wildwood Road, and Route 44 sections of the city. Scofield said he was not interested nounced that she would run to

Edward M. Purcell, foreman: The other two lift stations are located at the north end of Seminole Street and at the east end of in petty politics and per- r 1 succeed herself for the remain

A.L. McDavid Robert A. Leh- Dampier Street. All work is expected to be completed the latter part of this month --Staff photo sonalities. "I stand upon my ing two-year period. Lassiterhas
man, George L. hooker, A.F. record of accomplishment." In figured prominently in the

r Jackson. Joseph Smith. AlmonW. Golf Club OfficersThe an advertisement in today's b recall litigation against Mrs.
Craven, Gerald J. Davis, Commissioners' MeetingScattered newspaper, the candidate sub- i Balasch and three other mem-

L.D. Hurley, Horace Davis, H.l Inverness Golf and Coun- mits a number of proposed pro- bers of Council.

r L. Shirah, and Joseph L.Johns. try Club elected new officers at jects. These include installingof Three councilman are up for

OTHERS Dumping the annual stockholder and traffic light street lights, I .retelection to four-year terms

Lenzo Gamble, Harold L. membership meeting held clean entrances of three streets including Mf. Scofield. local
l Fireman Donald L. Kabrich, Tuesday night at the club house. 4. entering Sunrise Lake (Cooter I attorney, wife expectedly an-

,\ Henry E. Messer J.W. Williams Scored By Citizen Three hunred twenty-seven Pond) and cleaning up lake area, nounced his entry into the poli-
I Arthur for tical contest this week. He is
E. Rogers. Wm.L. shares of stock were voted at arranging a playground the
Bennye. Arthur'Gouldbourn,' A Floral City resident, irked authorized dumping be erected. the meeting which was well at- colored citizens, organizing a the only member of Council not

Earl B. Foss W.B. Ellis by uncontrolled dumping of Rooks pointed out that there has tended. clean-up campaign for the town, involved in the recall movement

George C. May, W.A. Swimm,. trasy and garbage along roads been trouble keeping these signsas Officers elected were: build and maintain recreation Already announced are

\ Lemmie Sanders,J.B.Goodson, in his community poured his vandals have shot them up Two year term-Carey Baxley. facilities in the city park and incumbents Helmar "Dutch"Pospiech

Ben Reed, Cecil H. Fowler, concern on the table of county or pulled them down. Levins Dr. Alfred Brown, Louis Con- repair streets. and J. Fred' Hair

Wilbur L. Spafford. SR., Car- commissioners. Monday morn- told Ives that the sheriff's department nell, William Kant and Walter "My administration has been a Council president. Former
roll Bechtel: couldn't do anything Turner. constructive and conservative Councilman J.W. Grant Sr. also

S.J. Scally Jr., G.A. Mills ing.Edwin Ives approached the unless property owners com- One year term-Col. Patrick H. one and during my four yearsin W. K. JENKINS M. C. SCOFIELD seeks a chair around the Coun-.

Lewis B. Rawls,Troy R.Baker, board about a solution to this plained, and that health department Buckley, Ted Bronson Otto Allen office I have insisted upon cil table.
William Larence Floyd.George dumping, claiming that refuse laws are "without teech." and Robert Ritz. and have been successful in not The other two candidates com-

Browning Jr., George Behrens, which isn't blown over highwayand Commissioner Fred Spooner Fifteen additional shares of increasing the millage" Sco- ing out late in the much talked

Albert L. Markham. John H. private property is pre- suggested that Ives check with stock were sold field concluded.be about Council race are Robert
'' DeBusk, W.A. Bellamy,S.D. senting a health hazard. the Good Counsel Camp, on N. Smith Jr. and J.S. johnson.

Spann, Norman C. Aikins, A.E. Ives, who added that mounting which property the refuse is Seats 'FilledCandidates Both are new names in local
Empty
Wells Wilbur V. Bertine Oli- trash and garbage dumps are probably being dumped. Ives { politics. Smith is a young school
,ver W. Arnold..Paul Lankford, teacher and Johnson seasoned
"' unsightly, breed mosquitoesf; countered that Jt was not his
r-Sfanley Perrow, and Edgar Lee "and smell", told commissioners place to check, that he was c Baptist minister (not presently
; Benjamin. that the buck the AppearAt holding a church).
"s as many as seven large passing to com-
dumps have been allowed pile mission. Whereupon Rooks said All total, there .are 13 namesto

al, up within a block along a county he would look into the matter be considered in balloting
Teenagers HurtIn road running north of Floral himself. Council MeetTuesday Feb. 19. ten of these are in

City and just east of US 41. Levins announced that after- the running for City Council.

I He said the refuse is being wards that a garbage dump has night's regular ses- made. There are three candidates

CollisionI dumped at night.Commissioner. been opened in South Dunnellon sion of the City Council was Several candidates in. addition eyeing the Mayor's seat, cur-

Robert Gilstrap at the county clay pit. different than other meetings of to the incumbents, wereon rently occupied by Rollie Fig-

told Ives he agreed this unauthorized Sigiis are being erected this the municipal body. Most noti- hand for this last regular gins, who has held the office
FLORAL CITY--Two Citrus week. ceable the absence for two terms and is not seeking -
S.R.
dumping is both unsightly perhaps was get-together. They were
,High teenagers were hospitalized and deplorable, but that ******* of Council members Rob- Stephan and Abe Weitz, may- re-election. These candi-

as the result of a collisionat "we have no laws which give us Among other matters before ert Earley and Kathleen Bal- oral contenders and Council dates are Abraham "Abe"

3:30 last Friday afternoon on jurisdiction over the matter." the board Monday commissioners asch, both of whom have re- candidates Elf red Lassiter and Weitz, S.R. "Sam" Stephan,
,US 41. Trooper J.C. Baxter, investigating and Mrs. George (Tomie) Sco-
thebusinesswere A
A referendum to establish zon- : signed. Conducting : John Dampier. meeting was
I officer, charged the ing laws for such purpose he Announced opening of bids president J. Fred Hair, to have been held last night at field who announced in that

7 young driver of the sports car pointed out was defeated in the on Feb. 19 for two truck chassis M.C. Scofield, and Helmar City Hall with all of the candi- order. Stephan is a former

involved with failing to have her county a couple of years ago. and bodies. A call for bids on "Dutch" Pospiech, all of whomare dates assembling to decide JOHN G. DAMPIER. ELFRED LASSITERSmith Councilman.

vehicle under proper control. Commissioner James Rooks this equipment was incorrectly seeking re-election to a- whether or not a public meet- Those candidates qualifying

Trooper Baxter said the acci- in whose district the dumping advertised in the county paper. nother four-year term of office. ing is to be held,'to give votersa during the past several days
dent occurred when a 1960 Sun- problem exists said the only --Authorized by resolutionthe Scofield asked that the Council closer observation of the contenders 3 fx are featured in more detail

beam convertible rammed the thing to do is to contact property use of secondary road funds appoint two temporary council elsewhere on this page.

back of a 1949 Mack tractor- owners, since the dumps are from the State Road Depart- men to fill the vacant chairsin Two candidates appeared be-
about half mile northof 3 Another newcomer to Inver-
trailer
a apparently on private land. ment for acquiring rightsofway the event a special meetingis fore Council, bearing protests.
ness politics is Robert
48 The N.Smith
SR in Floral City. Ives said he was a deputy through Crystal River on necessary before the body Lassiter read a lengthy letter DampierJohn
who announced for
Sandra Jr., a four-
two injured youths were sheriff in Michigan and that the south side of US 19, for convenes in regular session concerning the recall litigation
Lee Hutchins, 16. the driver, his department helped to clean the purpose of four-lamng this again which will be Feb. 19. and condemning the action of year term on the City Council
this week. G. Dampier filed his
and Carl Markus Christianson up such places. He noted that ha highway. Estimated cost of the day of the municipal election.At four members involved. He
He is a social studies teacherat candidacy Monday afternoon for
14, both of Floral City. The boy
had contacted both is $188,000.Established each
the localsheriff's properties the end of the meeting
Continued on Page 4-A
of RobertE.
received 37 stitches for facial Citrus High School and a the unexpired term
department and the -- March 5 as councilman put the name of a
life guard at the municipal Earley's seat onthe Council.
lacerations. Sandra was picked
county helath department pre- hearing date for the closing ofa former councilman (but not any "
last year as local "Avenue of swimming pool. In this latter believe that Government
viously. street that crosses the Cry- candidate hat.Two names
into a
States Queen." ) LassiterElf capacity he is hired by the should be of laws, rather than
Harley Levins, another com- stal River airport. A petitionfor were picked out, Floyd Yandle
board of of man's that
Operator of the big truck,which AcXl county commissioners.In interpretations;
missioner, emphasized the need the hearing was presentedby and Harry MacDonald. One spe- "Bob" Lassiter, pro- Earth's lies
\ad stopped for a school bus, an unprepared statementto greatest treasure
for strict zoning codes.He Attorney William Edwards cial of the Council is
was George Leon Wiley. suggested meeting minent figure in the now mute this newspaper, Smith said in a man's personality; that faithin
signs prohibiting un- Continued on Page 4-A expected today, when the se- recall move against four City he felt that Inverness voters God gives meaning and pur-

_____ ___ mm lection of a proper ballot will Council members during the have the opportunity in the Feb. pose to human life; that serviceto

past year, announced his can- 19 election to elect a city coun- humanity and community is

m. didacy for the two-year unex- cil which will cooperate and the best work of life," said
'Y Court Of Honor For
pired term of Mrs. Kathleen work for the betterment of the Dampier, echoing the Jaycee

Ter Balasch this week.A community. "And I would like Creed, with which organization
Troop 302 On Feb.15 resident here over three the opportunity, to serve on he has been associated "When

l years, he is a stepson of S.Y. such a council any man stands up and afirms
r Inverness Boy Scout Troop No. Smith local cattleman. He is ROBERT N. SMITH JR.
"I believe that the City of these beliefs, he is not strivingto
302 will have a court of honor on
owner and opertor of Lassit- Inverness has an unlimited potential be a politician, but in fact
Friday night Feb. 15. at the er's Restaurant in Hernando and with a future that could working as a community developer -
accord-
Florida Power Lounge, also co-owner of Smith and Las- JenkinsW.K. be tremendously bright..if interested ," he said.Dampier .
Otto Allen. Scoutmaster.
ing to siter subdivision on Turner people are'at the head also stated that if
Awards will be received by'boys Camp road. He has been a Jenkins, a former member of its government," stated the he is elected his dora would

who have earnedtheirStarfirst laborer and licenses real estate of the Inverness City Council young candidate. always be open to discussion and

class badges,second class man in New York, a con- has announced fortheunex- Smith has been a local resident equability on City affairs to

badges, and merit badges. This tractor in the building line, and pired term of Robert E.Earley. for almost six years,com everyone, regardless of whether -
court of honor is being held at was a stoneman during his last Councilman Earley has resigned -
here
ing from Mullins, W. Va. they represent a majority or
- the FPL so that the public may 10 to take residence elsewhere -
years in New York. up He taught school ia Buehnell a minority group, or an individual -
attend. "Since I have been here I after serving two yearsof one year prior to moving to 's problem.

have had my own business, his four-year term. Inverness. He was assistant The young caadidace is a mem -

1. r 'Z s f which was contracting and op- In announcing to The Chronicle. coach at Citrus High UDder her of the Kiwanis Club, the

j ji March of Dimes erating a sand pump,weed boat, Mr. Jenkins stated that, "I feel Walt Connor, was head coachof Junior Chamber of Commerceof

drag line, and restaurant, the that having served on the Coun- football and baseball, and which he is District Com-

latter with my wife. Florence." cil for eight years, retiring coached the junior varsiy bas- munity Development Chairman-
'Coffee Days'Plans said Lassiter. from same four years ago, the ketball team. he represented Florida at a

for the county-wide ''As for being reasonably suc- older residents of the city know He is a member of the .Community Development Seminar -
the cessful, we have sold about what to expect from me as their Masonic Lodge. .His family in Oakland, Calif. last
benefit
"Coffee Day", to
.
; >.': 25th March of $38,000 worth of property and councilman.Mr. Masonic Lodge His family sta- July), an Explorer Scout advisor -
r : ,. anniversary still have about three miles of Jenkins said he realizes and
: : t perking this week. tus includes Mrs. Smith the owns operates Dam-
Dimes were
(
:t ; waterfront. there are citizens of Inverness -
.. restaurants, snack The cash registerat many former Doris Wolfe of Rowles- piers Department Store is
Various
6 .. .._. the restaurant draws in two who have come to the Va. married and has two d Jdren.
and burg W. two boys and two
,
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.. bars, taverns, drug stores
"\. and a half times more money community since his leaving the girls Dampier is a direct descendant -
ot.;: other establishments will serve ages seven, six, four,
t' Council, therefore; the following -'
than when we first took over and four months. of one of the pioneer families -
coffee at their regular price and 1 wife full credit information is given:
: but give my of Inverness aid is a graduate -
umorrow and Saturday fur this. "I came to Inverness 19 years
of Citrus
.... from each cup sold five Marchof cents j "My achievements in Inverness ago, purchasing a home at that Dimes Bake Sale 29 years of age High he School is the At
will be donated to the time and have resided at the
: include conceiving of boat youngest man in the Couacllmaa's : -
Dimes, according to DorlandVan same address. I have five The Hustling Cloverettes 4-H
racing in the local lakes, and I race. This will be his
:: Dusen, county campaign children, all of whom have grad Club will sponsor a bakesaleat
was head of the Citrus County first: venture into the political
: -T. director. Boat Club twice. I will leave. uated from Citrus High School. :the lOA Foodliner on Saturdayfor spot light.Vatefttiftc.

.....;. "March of Dimes Coffee Day and it to the people to see whetheror "1 have been agent for the- the benefit of the March of
is an altogether painless Atlantic Dimes.
Coast Line
NEWLY INSTALLED OFFICERS of the Inverness Chapter No. 65, Order of Eastern Star are enjoyable way to 'Give for the not I was successful in that. since I came to Inverness.Railroad The The sale will begin at 9 a.m., Dance
pictured above during ceremonies Saturday night in the Masonic temple here. Seated in front Another thing is my "hire a
Life of a Child, which is our railroad is one of the largest so come early aad take home a
boy for
left to right Fred Weseman associate patron; Viola Weseman. associate matron: Nelle Reed, theme this year," Van Dusen a day' program, which within the However few homemade cookies Hid The Jaycees will spons
worthy matron and Wlllious Reed, worthy patron. Standing In the second row are: Lucille Schultz, reminded. "Just a cup of coffee was my idea. I kept it for "taxpayers I will be city. cakes. Valentine Dance at the
Alberta Allen Nina Meeks, Jennie Kirkpatrick. and Pat Young. Back row, l-r: Anna Suttonfield. from each of us may well myself one year then turned it railroad, not but representingthe house on Feb. 16, f *
the
best
inter-
Kathleen! Fogelstrom, Victoria Biddinger, May Eaton Margaret Dampier Frankie Hair, Cecile: mean that a crippled infant or over to the VFW as an annual ests of the citizens of Inverness."If FEB. 7-13 JS ,NATIONAL The Colonels from Oc
Stephan, and Elmer Cornell. Absent was Louise Mills. The installing officer was. Helen Fowler of child will be able to get medicalcare project. Since it has been in ceeds will go to
elected I will do best
jjernando, and the installing marshall was Mabel Landsdale of Ocala. --staff photo of highest quality." Continued on Page 4-A Continued on Page 4-A my BOY SCOUT WEEK building fundI' 7A-



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Cowan Wl Discuss Nature Hurts.Tito

Cliff's Bargain Center _T
w FLORAL CITY--Frank Cowan, SmorgasbordHERNANDO
Church
:Mary useful ormamentwl household items, and b r forest manager, will be the
furniture at big,savlmgs. 3 guest speaker tomorrow afternoon will be a
h 1J4iii 1\ at-a meeting of the Floral smorgasbord supper next Fri-
Highway 19-2 1/2 miles South Crystal River Garden Club. Mr. Cowan a day evening Feb. IS, at the
Floral City resident, will dis- Hernando Methodist Church,
;c cuss "nature plants" at the beginning at S o'clock: and" continuing
2 o'clock meeting. until 7 p.m. The publicis
Members of the club will invited.
F also continue plans for the annual -
Flower Show this year
an event of March 30-31. Lydia KILL SPANISHMOSS (

r'r / \_ Steeves the program.will be in charge of i


) "An unbiased is
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fr you have"-Lee Batcheler Pkeae M-HI7 j!
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into PROFIT LANDIf Large 3 BR frame FOR house SALE- large lot carport- t

Citrus and Shade trees -- $6850.00 1 Block
to store and schools.

: ::7 Johnson Real Estate --- Broker ,

you own land and want to clear it, 1 ; t' Floral City phone"726-2784 I

it will pay you to contact a man with

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Caterpillar equipment to do the. job :
VotersOf
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economically right.
,
ONLY HOME GAMES LEFT Members of the Citrus High School Feb. 19 they host Eustis; Feb. 22 they meet Lake Weir (whom Inverness
basketball varsity are shownwith their coach and manager this they beat Friday night); and the last game is with Gulf High on ;' .
week as they prepared for the"home stretch"in scheduled games Feb. 23. Pictured above, left to right, are (front row): Coach
H Not do these men know the
only fort he season. The Hurricanes started from scratch this year, John Hull Jerry Spears Mike Fitzpatrick and Fred Whitelaw,
and are picking up experience for what should be a much stronger (second row) Paul Balasch, manager; Donald King, James Hill, Yours is TheDecisioN
land clearing business, but they squad next season. With a 3-win, 13-loss record for the season, and Doug Johnson; (back row)Leonard Bedford, John Allen, and \
the Hurricanes have four more games yet to play, all home Bob Faucett. !
operate equipment designed for land games. Tomorrow night the 'Canes take on North Marion. On --staff photo

clearing such as the Cat No. 14 Motor Anglers' Weighing Chicken Pilau Fete How Will IBYMKSSGfow '.

Grader with special cutting disks At Rooks VFW Sat. ?

for palmetto roots, and Florida's 'fur ul.tlatteI" Techniques TrickyIn HERNANDO--The L e Roy
Rooks Jr. VFW Post, located Your vote will determine our future progress.
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underbrush. t The sun is often quite warmin reporting the weight of any just north of here on Highway calm deliberation and sober ,
: 73 Dignity judgement are
<: Florida, making it difficultto fish, it is accepted practice to 200, will have a chicken pilau .H essential in council members.
get accurate weights of fish. add an odd number of ounces to supper this Saturday night be- your
H For land clearing, call a man who & Hence the following recommen- give the impression the fish has ginning at 6 o'clock. I Kathleen G. Balasch I
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&ttLet dations by the Association of been weighed carefully. Thus, The public is invited. Pro-
operates top-rated Caterpillar-built Florida Competitive Fisher- no real fisherman ever says he ceeds, according to chairman
Ernest Peake, will benefit the
men: caught a 10-pound bass. He. always -
equipment-you'll be dollars ahead. It is foolish to weigh a fish says it weighed 'tenthree" building improvement fund.
as soon as it is caught as such or "ten-seven". It's true, Martha. 'NOT all TREE PRUNING?
boundto At there is -
impromptu attempts are present disagreement
light headed women are blondes.
Us ReStyleYour be inaccurate. It is best to as to whether it is properto
Hair wait until coming in at the end weigh the fisherman along.
of the day and make proper allowance with such large species as Pony Trotting See Us For :
1RdiI All Work GuaranteedEVA for shrinkage and dry- marlin or grouper.
HOLDEW ing out. In recent years, the practiceof
Owner For example, if the Florida releasing big. deepsea fish in ,RacesFeb.
dockside weight is five pounds, the 'interests of conservationhas Mono Chain Saws89.50
MACHINERYCATERPILLAR co. LaMode Beauty an experienced fisherman greatly simplified weight 10th 2 P.M. up I
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knows that shrinkage is involved estimates. Homelite -
Chain
Saws.$149.S'O ..
up
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Shop and he will apply a mathe- Known as the "gunwale sur- Brooks

\ RLAN :j. \: ._FL_ R1DA., _ .ttAMP.. . __: .' matical drying-out formula, vey", the system involves a. yule ,\,
-'_ '.-- .'- .. --, >0 -'. . '.. _:' coming up with a weight of eight careful inspection of the prizeas Fair Grounds Hv/A/m/ojE Motors
Orange Hotel pounds. This, coupled to scale it lies exhausted in the water. '

Phone 726-1042 deviation of two pounds, bringsthe The fisherman arrives at a fig- Adults SOc ARCHER'S MARINE
Ctttrplllar, Cat and Traieavator art R.ol.t.r.a. fish's weight to an even ten ure to which he adds the numberof We service what, we sell.
Trademarks of Catarpltlar Tractor Company 'L pounds, an easily rememberedround fishermen in the party, the Children Free Hwy 41 No. Inverness FloridaLEVINS
figure. age of his eldest child and the
... Another system involves figure six. From this he sub-
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weighing the fish together witha .tracts the number of persons in
Cast flatiron (or an anvil in the the party over nine feet tall and
Your Vote For TheCIIRONICLE
case of very large specimens), writes the result in his diary.
the added weight taking care of When doubt is encountered, GROCERYFebruary
all shrinkage and scale error. it is always possible to go back \
As it is well-known that all and recatch the fish as proof.
fishermen's pocket scales 7-8-9

......... ......r per weigh cent light) some(usually anglers about adjustthe 40 PUBLISHER'S,

t m a stretching handy little the tools spring, usuallyby so CORNER, . i Featuring Rath's Choice Black Hawk Beef

that the weight indicator startsat __
Although additional rules and
five pounds. Then, by leavinga
i/ill lure or a sinker in the fish's regulations are the bane of our
daily! existence in these Jimes,it Roast 59
I \ bl mouth proached., the The correct gaff weight hook or is ap-net is evident that some additional Chuck Per/b./ $

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1 rules for auto drivers will haveto
may legitimately be included in
be made.,
the weight but inclusion of such
things as oars and bait bucketsis I watched driver attempt to Fresh Ground Beef
considered questionable would and the park other parallel day.on With a city plenty street of Per m., 39 $
no true sportsman con-
space in which to maneuver the
sider weighing an outboard mo-
vehicle, he made five
lA l- tor along with a fish. finally drove away.attemptsand Mean- SteW Beef Brisket Per II. 29iRath's

while, traffic 'Was backed up $
several blocks.
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4 Have A Compact I favor a driver's license law
\ that will operate on a standardset Black Hawk
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n'p.'i\\: all apparent license that holders re-examination at periodic'of Sliced Bacon Per Ib. 5ge

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dyr straighten this situation out.
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Dial Lights Up'
The Florida motor vehicle department Bama
has recognized t e

Saves Steps state's received newspapers.a car identification Yesterdaywe .

tag the same size and color as Salad Dressing 350
Time the 1963 license plates reading, at jar
Saves "Florida Press 1963". >
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The one subject no one caresto Yellow CookingOnions ;
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converse upon is the weather. ,
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man's famous highs and lows
got all fouled up and the result...
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some of the soupiest,ugliest and ik. .
most uncomfortable weather of .
the winter .
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Speaking of weather and
.- everyone is, I heard about.the Sunday Special :
FloridaTelephone o radio station engineer in Laramie -
Advertise-In The Wyoming, whose car frozeup

sufficient recently anti-freeze after he: had to protect put in Canada Dry Flavors Large 28 oz. Bottle(.

it to 57-degrees below zero. =

I Cl/hu Couwty pn. 7261441CHRONIC CorporationLeesburg Florida is one of the 12'states

Esox the that produces nations over total two-thirds tree farm of Deposit on Bottfes Drinks 10$ 0
65 Inverness
Business acreage, according to the South-
Office 787-4151 ern Pine Association"
SIBVIN9 ALL CITRUS COUNTY

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.5t 5 Sunny Brook Bourbon Deluxe Old Williams I I I I Bar
3 $11 All of one kind or one of each.: Stagg. .. 1 1fo

Imperial Bacardi Rum Gordon Gin; : .. .. Courthouse Square ;;

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AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION ''..$ Holder's Nursery .
Citrus FFAJudgedWinnerGets . ::

i ;,'.t! :.1 Green House t Landscaw

Z ci 7tP'F
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AUCTION! CheckThe Phone 795-1917

Business Hours..7Days a week ,
< z SEE OUR PLANTER BOX PLAWFS...Crot a -
Citrus F.F.A. Chapterthis ten co-op members,manager Chenilles Colius. Other offerings include Hlbtocus;
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20th, 2:30 P.M. week received a check for of the Pasture Cooperative. He doubles and singles, reds, pinks and corals 2
$237.91 as one of the state was appointed by president Fred 1Y colors Bougainvillia, Flowering broad leaf ever
->. 1714 Howell Ave. winners for Improving Agriculture Whitelaw.The greens..and peach trees cultured for Central

BROOKSVILLE 'FLORIDA --:- and Leadership Award.The main portion for the Florida..ALL OUR PLANTS AND SERVICES ARE
oz Citrus Chapter's applicationwas management of the cooperativeis POPULARLY PRICED.
t approved by the state F.F.A. being handled by the advanced
association and national F. class in vocational agriculture.The Crystal St. Crystal Rhrir

F.A. organization as the latter advanced class also did s _
furnished the money. most of the work on the application F

c The local chapter won the for the award.Dr.BulIen .
a n
award on its application basedon
the improvement and development -
of a portion ofthe fair Talks :

grounds area into a pasture I I Get Rid Of
i r
t co-op.
2 BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME > To date the chapter has To Women About n'e'w'

c planted seven acres of indigofor
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Living Room. Combination kitc .rI (with nice ubinehJ) improvement as well as Ancient MoundsCRYSTAL IRON-RED-

-Dining Area Tile Bath. Carport. Large Utility 'Room. five acres of rye and Pensa- I tI

Tarrazxo Floor. Aluminum Windows. Nice Large Lot. cola Bahia grass for permanent RIVER--Dr. Rip- or

pasture. The area has been ley P. Bullen, a faculty member I i t,

My Iasr*eei./f _' ALREADY partly fenced and as soon as of, the University of Florida, ascaoeEwith 0 WATER
M M Uwe Tim } :.' FINANCED > the pasture is developed the Gainesville, gave a masterful
C
chapter will start developing its ,k
n presentation to the Crystal Wattr
M our
CoO For fns AppfoiwlIUUTOI PhOna t62.4S43 0 own beef cattle herd. The past- River Woman's Club, Monday
zZ ure will also available for afternoon.Dr. .
i
use by Future Farmers who Bullen is curator of social Soft wing, and
work on the pasture and would science and director of the

eel AUCTIONHI > like to graze an animal. Museum at th University. He ...Cary shows where dead growth shouldbeprunedstaffphoto Flaring Service
CucltoN
it rnresaw0.RA The award will be usedto
nee*mt*vi Norm money is a well-informed scientist,
o finish fencing the area and teacher and speaker.His scien-
Don't FreezeWait
ON AucnoN AucT1oN further develop the area as a tific research has taken him into Tempt

permanent pasture. The fields many fields of this work, one of
will be planted in Pensacola the latest of which is the excavating YESYEs'
Bahia and Pangola grasses. at the Indian mounds Don't Trim

Further work will also be doneon north of Crystal River,in collaboration -

Advertise in the Chronicle for future clearing planting.some of the area Maurice with Whitcroft George and Dyer Nelson, S. Those Shrubs YetIf YES

J.W. Strickland, one of the
Wainwright.TIoo_.._ .171oo h ......... u-haven't already pruned round Christman), brought out .
lilCdC;:: : men; ""ose omes a& those freeze-nipped bushes, another point which should be

I near St. Louis, Mo. also live shrubs and trees--don't! helpful to green thumbers of Galvanized & Plastic
Area Business Directory'AUTO part-time at H omosassa That's the advise from one of the area. Pipe
Springs and are deeply interested -
the county's most successfuland Now is the time to set out
in the Florida Indian folk- experienced nurserymen any dormanttrees.Suchtreespeach -- and Full Line of Fittings l

SALES'& SERVICE Mason Tractor CO.PEST CONTROL lore.Ronnie Bill Cary. pear, plum, apple, etc.
Green, local realtor, "Too many people I've noticed must be planted within the next
has always delved into the his- Lawn Mower & Out Board Motors Repaired
Chatman Buick were out trimming these things couple of weeks. If set out
Pontiac Co. Ford TractorsSaleaandService Bray toric surroundings of this locality just as soon as the warm spell later, they must be purchasedin
and instrumental in
Agricultural&Industrial was followed those damaging containers(which cost more),
Pest Control starting research in this particular allow be
EquipmentBrooksville freezes. Cary said. "Others which will them to
AiltematiWUII Faun EOLUDOQCat: location. who waited awhile are decidingnow planted any time during the
International Trucks ., ;; Residential and Commercial&T Dr. Bullen informed his audience -
might be the proper time. year.
&Hwy! Fla. Household Spraying that these mounds which "Wait until you're certain Incidentally,Cary's Landscape WHITE DISTRIBUTING CO.
e 7963353Brooks 4 Termite Control contain burial grounds of pre- the freeze threat is over..andthat Nursery has any type of dormant
Phone 796-2316 achesAntsMothsSilvern historic Indians, are at least will for
be after February. tree in containers settingout
_ Bmoksville 7964254 6000 years old. "Their find has You've No. Apopka Ave. Old Seaboard Depot
got plenty of time to cut with the exception of pecan.
Ford Sales Inc. Crystal Electric been fabulous, Dr. Bullen back your frozen stock, so hold trees. Cary explained that because -
Inc. ;SEAL( ESTATE stated, "in fact, it is the finest off until spring or until the of the root system,pecan Phone 726-1622
MERCURYour Complete Electrical Center. prehistoric discovery in the chance for another freeze is trees don't do well in containers. ? :: ::: : ::: :: : : : = : : : : : '
METEOR Service on All Makes of Allen Realty state of Florida". The remainsof past." .
buried the shell
COMET TV Rado Refrigeration Indians in Another thing the owner and

31-39 Bffloksville Ave. Small Appliances 'aterfmnt Lets -Acreages mounds verify the theory that operator of C ry's'Landscape
Bpoksville 796-3525 Citrus Ave. Homes Business these beings went out of existence Nursery has observed is that too

AUTO GLASS, TRIM Crystal River 793-3223 2 Bedroom Waterfront Home many centuries ago,due many freeze-killed citrus has
19450.00 to wars and pestilence. He illustrated been allowed to remain on the MOJuI Coittoi Brand Paint

Davis Auto Glass ELECTRICPLUMBING' P.O.,: Bldg. : Inglis- his talk with chalk trees. "Get this old fruit off
Td. 447-2333: 447-2391 drawings, which added much to the trees now if you expect
& Trim I
Shop Another Fine Installation his illuminating discourse of these bear this
i by trees to next Buy one s get onAllen'5
Cecil. DarTs Proprietor fact-findings. "
Kepler I RealtyDUNNELLON I year, he warns.FSomething .
,Custom Made Seat Covers Shutts FLORIDA Following this very interesting f else he cautions
Glass Installed Peomntly. lecture the social hour was
.J.5 N. Magnolia St. Electric I -&' Plumbing Water View lot with access to presided over by hostesses about is damage done to.trees
.Withlac ochee .River and only and shrubs by sweat, which he
..DIOoK&Tlff"e: 1)/0-303" Mesdames Nan Kelly, Wave
Service Repairs 3 miles from downtown Dunnellonfor affirms can be almost as effective -
Dunnellon Crystal Rivet Shearer, W. Harvey Edwardsand freeze. "Take few
1660.00. Lot is high as a
AUTO SERVICE STATIONS HU9-2562 ,, -" B.E. Cheeley. A display of
795- .
lead dry inches of the dirt away from
: beautiful orchid plants formedthe
'
banks to prevent this sWeat-
SpringsStandard
Randall decorations of the tea table "
ing, he says. "You may have
FURNITURE USEDWard's and throughout the club. Re-
StationHeadquarters Real Estate Agency saved your young trees and
freshments served this
were by
bushes from the freeze by bank
Furniture Co.
fat WATERFRONT MOBILE committee and Mrs. Mack L. IXTRA COST
AT NO
ing them, but in this warm
Adas Tires &: Delco Batteries We Buy: & Sell New &: Used HOME LOTS $100 down Vickrey presided at a short MARY CARTER HO LIMIT -,
weather you can hurt them as ALKYD FLATTtnttbU
Brake Service-General[ Repairs Furniture Appliances i business session. HOUSE PAINT DECISION/ COLOR MA'CHIN6
$30 month. badly by allowing the bank to with ttaO-
Radiator Flush&: Terms a More than 1,500 n rut wu rd
Repairs ys- I W-
Excellent
Gu7aran10 WteeFd30D Box 468.. Homosassa Springs.Rrookaville remain so high that sweat peels thodcs! Excellent hiding Rent. .
Hamosassa Springs a cr Are. Ham Dinner 'For ;' ) lee| esellfl dllh
M1IGTd durability. eNs
the bark. Take off about two
,
796-.26ft ' weed,meraeq,nteleJ. li'G ee+!le wethe
inches from the of the bank.
Peter LARGE MARINA SITE HERNAN --The Ladies top $ 98 a S 41
-FLORIST--- GIFtS 20 'Acres on River Auxiliary to LeRoy Rooks Jr. If you suspect another dip in U GAL.

Pure Oil Service Westovers $3 ,OOO, 'Terms Post 4252, VFW, will sponsor dirt the back.temperature" put this top EVERY Zed CAN HUE .. ' ,
Pure G.. Oil. Lubrication- ham dinner at the post home on
Flowers & Gifts Archie G. Eiland NOW TIME TO PLANTMr.
Urea Batteries TV Stamps Highway 200 Saturday, Feb. 24.
"We Give Service with Exquisite Gifts Reg. Broker The Auxiliary has planned this Cary, a genial man who
EverGas Sale" Occasion dinner for the benefit of the Vet- gets a great satisfaction out of
For Nr
Every Inglts Flo. 447-2383
of Hardware yt
being service to his fellow pee
erans
Floral
City 726-5813 FlowersBougsiexsandDeaignsMember Hospital at Lake City. ,
man (he's well known for his
AUTO STORE FID Knotts & Lynch benevolent acts, especially a-
709 V. Jefferson YOURPHARMACIST North of Court House INVERNESS ts,
Booksrillc 796-3349 Four Ysokcetown fopercy

Western: AutoTprnsonOutboardsTrueone TV FARM SUPPLIES ' : On In the the Woods River Club Proclaims MaJuI Catb DISCOUNT Paint Stores Mtr

RCA TOuxfcxjol' Refrigerators, On the Calf DISCOUNT PAINT CHAIN cA 4Arfry
Neff >r AMERICA'S LARGEST
Urea, Batteries, Generators, Lots Homes AcreageRealtDtsYaakeetown PtAK" 'Clergy Week'The MORE THAN 100 STORES, COAST TO COASTCONFERENCECLOSING '
Mufflers Feed & Farm Supply I 447-2431 I r 4e

WeeFlYer Blcy des BABY CMCXS following resolution was
Dunadfrn: HU9-2360 Poultry & Livestock Feed RESTAURANT By: Lester Cook adopted by the Inverness Civitan

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""" Bulk Deliveries Club last week:
BUILDING SUPPLIES For Real Fun' Water Is great to swim id, OFFICE
Dd. E1'efY.U'ed. in anus (b. Whereas, the clergy of our
Meet at the fish in and the perfect thing
Building Materials 600 S. Main nations have meant so much to
Fl exmenilBrooksville: 796-3055 .'Li lallthausePlumbingPaints t but for let'sconsiderforamoment washing the family car- our religions and our way of .. ---

& Varnishes FARM EQUIPMENT Beer Tines Uiancing how important water is life, andWhereas
and Water Puznps to Anyone Steaks Chops _Sandwiches to your survival. the clergymen of our e
At Sa1i&s 25" -401' T rov's Free Fish Every 2nd Friday respective faiths have made ::

Geo.W. Hays Inc. Floral City You can struggle along with such sacrifices in serving both
Tractor & and in and
Equipment out food for weeks, but a few God Country, war

milts 447-2701 ..aassey-F sonSa1es&Setv Happy's Hi-Hat days without water and you peace, andWhereas
New & Used Facn EquipmentNew Cocktail have had it as none of the basically, we are a
BUILDING MATERIALS Lounge and
religious people
Hqlland Hay Balers body's work can do withoutit.
Store
King Graver Harrows Package In fact, unless the air Whereas, there presently is
"Meet Here for the
R hi ScofieldLumber I of the
o ISO 1- no special recognition
Dillard &:'Hutdi Hoes Best of Spirits" sacs in our lungs are moist,
group as such, in honor of the
Co. Booksvillr 96-2511 we cannot even take neces-
Hooosassa Hwy 19.98YoueHeadquarters
: Springs people who dedicated their lives
sary oxygen from the air.
fox JEWELER It is water which,helps the to the ministering of His word,
Building Material be it therefore
take from
kidneys to wastes
e'Lumbu. Flo's Jewelry I the blood, and the intestinesto Resolved that the week beginning -
Concrete BlocksDuaaellon eliminate food wastes. Sunday,Feb.3,be known
& Photography as "Clergy: Week" in the Cityof
HU9-240X
W at ches-Di ama a ds-Silverware Prescriptions. are also Inverness.
THIS SPACE AVAILABE Be it further resolved that
Watch well
Expert Repairs pretty necessary to your
BEAUTY SHOP all
726-3421 ministers representing
{ Porttan-Weddings-Candid. being from time totime. For
r;: Shuman Blk. r' :' fast, efficient thoroughly churches oflnvernessbeinvitedto
JRirror Salon attend the luncheon meeting of
Beauty Dunn loQ HU9-2316 accurate prescription work
Hair rely on COOK'S PHARMACY the Inverness Civitan Club,Feb.
Styling Phone 726-4121. 7 (today) at 12:15,Sweat's Rest-

Permanent Waves uarant. .
THIS WEEK'S HOUSEHOLD
U.S. Hwy 19 N.lna11a 447-2323 NURSERYMaschmcna's TILEPLASTgRIHCDuR&elToR HINT: Lids from coffee cans Let the Yule Season spirit PENINSULAR ABSTRACT COMPANY I
extend to your walking and driv-
make for
\ good heating plates
ing. Start off by being courteousand
MOTORS Nursery use atop gas burners. Flerkhi
,Shrubs Tile i & Plastering Co.. considerate. Inverness,

Crystal Outboard{ Evergreens /Ceramic/ Tile BathoMnss-Floocs Established 1921 Ptaw r6-3.c3.1
Roses SBwerStalls-Sink TbpaRcpsirsPlaate4af
Motors Bedding Plants Car New and Repairs *

}H Blk. W. oFUS. 19 Soft Tile Floors County Frank D. Sanders, President Mrs. Frances Q. K..nesiy

SentexooA110utboarda Homotossa Spring 124 ttlliaas St. Oe : Mrs. Margaret C. Romine, Secretary Executive Vice Prelrltler, >.I1
L Boy Lawn Itbi wens DanaelloB HU 92852TELEVISION
Oygal KYCC 795-2597 & .Line Exclusive Agent in Citrus County, Florida, for Title

to... --- .__ f Liquorsi i. & Trust Company of Florida, of Jacksonville, Florida
DRUGGIST OFFICE SUPPLIES Dovo'sTV sv

-. _ TITLE I NSURANCE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE !
Lewis
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Nail's Service 4
Drug Store AH Office NeedsChinaCrystalLasting Sales & Open Sundays

C PrescriptionsSickroom Gifts Sales & Service"Ttie : Not branch other kind of off-shoot-it's the real "McCo "
s House of Sent & Sound' J 1P.M. to 12 P.M._ a or any
CD"8mctics'Su.nddes Supplies Art Supplies Zenith Admiral Motoota: New Tables for Ladies Beer and Liquor

HU9-2441 Fabrics Sewing NotionsDuanellon RCA Sales Service C.L.Ports Proprieter Bar and Package Goods Member! American Title Association Florida. .. Title AssecUtfo
After Hn. Tfl. 5' N. Main Crystal River 795-2245, Marven (Doc) Davis.Night Mix5 Miles South on Highway 41
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.1 Ronnie Lanier Named New Teen Club Prexy LassiterContinued DumpingContinued OneDead

FLORAL CITY--At a meet- nights each month,one fo r danc- Two: Weeks
ing Friday in the Community ing and the other for games and from Page 1 from Page 1 6
Hurt
Building 35 local teenagers met. recreation.At existance we have always had for airport operator Jack Mc- InCollision I
Principal Albert D. Murden and their first meeting the Gowan.
more jobs than applicants. I
17 mothers were also present. teenagers elected officers and --Heard a Gospel Island
belong to the VFW, American
Purpose of the to voted in six rules follow.
meeting was to resident re-appeal widening
Legion, Boat Club, Gun Club
set a Teen Club for Floral Ronnie Lanier is first presidentof
up and the Odd Fellows Lodge of and improving the Gospel Island -
City youth. the club. Donna Anderson is which I am secretary." road, and fixing speed Citrus County. racked up its
The Community Building is being vice president icki Eady is Lassiter said it was definit- a along this norrow but heavily first highway fatality for 1963 '
turned over*to the club for_secretary, and Rickie Spooneris ely not his idea to enter into trafficed highway. Harry early this week when an Ocala
meetings on a trial basis for treasurer. Mr. Murden was the political campaign for any trafficed highway. Harry woman was killed and six other GENERAL ELECTRIC
three months by the Woman'sClub voted to be the club's adviser. office. "However," he added Baughman said he talked with persons injured as the result ofa
._ The new club will.m..-AA-*....u/rt..- Richard Green of the State Road near. head-on collision. i
"due to the fact that no one Offer
would come out against Mrs. Department recently in DeLandand The tragedy occurred at 8:55 Expires 2-15-63 iI i
Balasch I didn't see any pointin that Green had placed the Sunday night one-tenth mile
New Patented Pecan her just voting for herselfand road "high on the secondary south of Dunnellon on US 41.just I
going back into office. IfI request." The board agreedto inside the Citrus County line. ". I I
Balasch the needs of the Gospel Island According to investigating ,It t
thought Mrs. belonged
STEWART MAHAN CROSS in office I would never have and other county roads, Highway Patrolman J a c k
filed recall petitions againsther. but pointed out that limited Crews the fatal accident hap-
:* Large and most delicious of all. ." funds will be used on a prior- pened when the two automobiles

One of the things Lassiter ity basis. It was estimated that a 1956 Chevrolet and a 1962
Also makes beautiful shade would do if elected, he said MISS STEPHENSON arc. nd $100.000 would be ne- Chevrolet convertible collided
would be to obey the city char- ce:.>ary to fix unexpected freeze with one another on the rain-
j
ter to the best of his ability. Crystal River Couple damaged roads throughout the soaked highway. T1JI41 ;
Landscape Nursery Operating the 1956 vehicle was a
"And any committee I'm put on county.
I will devote just as much timeto Engagement Told Lester N. Camion, 52, Ocala.
He was charged by
M.S. Hwy.41 No. & State Hwy. 44 East whatever as necessary the Council to accomplish wants me Mrs.CRYStAL R.O.StephensonofCrystalRiver RIVER--Mr. and CandidatesContinued Crews with reckless Trooper driving ,
while drinking. Cannon's 32-
to do."He added that regardlessof the I
announce engagementof from Page 1
year-old wife Joyce was the
who is elected if he is on the Linda
Council with them he will cooperate their daughter Josephine praised Scofield as the "lone victim. She and William Frank
Robert Florian
to Mr. voice crying in the wilderness." Hines, 69, also from Ocala
ashe thinks
Worlds Fastest Shade they are doing as long the proper thing Veal the of son Gainesville.of Mrs. Mr.E.A.Vealis McGuire He also attributed disagreed with a state- were band's passengers in her hus- : \
"And ment to City Attorney car. }
when I think they'rewrong of Crystal River and t
Fitzpatrick which appeared in The convertible four
carrying
8 ft in 1 Year 40 ft. in 5 Years "The, I'll city say charter so. says that Mr. W.R.O. Veal of Ocala. The Chronicle last week. Indiana people, was heading I -t
Miss Stephenson was grad- ,
the Mayor is to see that all Stephan bore complaints about south along the slippery high- ...
from River J
For you to enjoy not your grandchildren laws and ordinances of the City School uated and Crystal is attending Busi-High the condition of Apopka Street way. It's driver was 20-year- -_ J Jj j
and accused the of old William
City paying Ross Fike of Rt.
enforced. will
are i vote to give of .
the ness University Tampa.Mr. little or no attention to one of 1 Coryden Ind. Others riding I II
absolute
GUARANTEED AGAINST FREEZE Mayor authorityover .
Veal is also
a graduateof -
the police the most attractive drives and with him were his 18-year-old \ t.-
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that he may carry out his dutiesas more heavily trafficed streets. wife Betty; Butch Schnider 44,
Landscape NurseryU.S. he charter .IIThomasStewart presently attending the Univer- President Hair turned the mat- and his wife Ruth 40.
sity of Florida, Gainesville. ter over to Scofield whose com- All of the injured were rush-
Plans for the will be i..
wedding
mittee handles such matters. ed to Citrus Memorial Hospital -
Hwy. 41 No. & State Hwy.44 East Vows announced at a later date.Jenkins Walter Warnock citizen asked with Cannon and Schnider later '. -. .. ..
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Council to do something about being transferred to Alachua :. .-1. :

j To Be Said SaturdayThe the blinker light at the inter- County Hospital Gainesville, ': '';;.:.. ...i...:.< t;

section of Ella and Zephyr early on Monday morning. Mrs. : .
marriage of Miss Helen to see that the City is operatedin streets. He claimed the light Cannon died on the operating 1:!1i;
Save More At Sawaya'sFULL Carolyn Thomas and Larry a businesslike way since the interferred with TV receptionand table at the local hospital. ,
Ernest Stewart will be solem- operation of the City is one of disturbed his sleep. He .
IWflQ nized Saturday night, 8 o'clock the biggest businesses in the added that he could see no use- Complete with Roll-Around Stand
FULL $ int he First Baptist. Church of city. I feel that Inverness stands ful purpose for this light since Circle # 2

PRICE I I '7 0 PRICE Brooksville, with 'reception ready to move forward and if only one accident has occurredat Circle II of the First Presbyterian -
following in the church social given a chance to grow we the intersection in 17 years. Church met in the borne of

This Met 'Includes Federal! Tax, srvct! honrfSing and ".''ivery In Ocala. hall. should see much progress within President Hair said the light Mrs. Winston Klyce Tuesdaywith PORTABLE TVwith
Parents of the couple are Mr. the next few years. We need to has been turned off temporarily. 11 members and three visitors -
1963 RAMBLER and Mrs. Jesse R. Thomas of work together to accomplishthis. Scofield asked it be turned off present.The meeting was

AMERICAN "220" 2 DOORSTANDARD Inverness, and Mr. and Mrs. ." permanently, and Pospiech sug- opened with a devotional on its famous "DAYLIGHT BLUE" picture !
Virgil E. Stewart of Brooks- Mr. Jenkins emphasized the gested that it be turned off Clark.
ville.All need for light industries within only during darkness. The"Unity"special by Mrs.emphasis James.'WorldMissions" . clearest, sharpest, most lifelike in TV i

friends and rda tives of the and that Scofield made a motion,
city pointed out pass- was presented by :
)J9
Big Corner
Square Picture
r the couple are invited to the "these will not be won through ed by the two remaining members Mrs. Frank Roberts and the

ceremony. strife and unfavorable publicity that a bill to pay for the Bible study by Mrs.1 Sam Ste Full Power Transformer Chassis $139.95
but through cooperation and fair recall litigation be deferred phan. The meeting closed with I

Spring means color climate & treatment." until the next regular meetingof the Mespah after which a social 9 Built-in Adjustable, Telescoping
Council, which will be after
most important a time to choosea hour was enjoyed. Antenna
well coordinated wardrobe. 'I Homosassa the election.

BOBBIE BROOKS knows it's Approximately 12 percent of Automatic Gain Control for Constant
the 13,826 students enrolled .
also time to weed out those out- at
dated clothes in your closet. By Mrs. Vincent Ilovens the University of Florida hold .Saw FilingOur Picture Level
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EQUIPMENT INCLUDES We urge you to stop.in the One of Homosassa's best loved z part-time jobs on the campus.
: BEVERLY LEE SHOP and citizens, Mrs.W.H.Hutchinson. Of these 1.25S are men students Specialty Try Us J. & W. Automotive Supply
t Turn signals, 4oubl safety brake system, self odjuitlng brakes 2 year and 382
\ battery oil filter, fuel' tank filter, front arm rests, dual um visors, front ashtray select one of the most beautiful was laid to reat in Stage Stand" are women.
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bumper guards front and rear, front seat foam '''Ihion, dome light, collection of dresses and coordinate Cemetery ThUrsday afternoon.!r! - EDDIE'SAcross ; Appliance Sales & ServiceHwy.
lifetime guarantee an muffler and tailpipe, transmission and rear axle lubricants sets especially foryou. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Voelkel I'* TsalaGarden
never need changing, permanent anti-freeze. They're crisp as salad and left Monday for their home in Lake from Police Station 19 1/2 mile Sown! of Crystal River. Phone 795-3163.

36 Payments tat $54.45 per "Younger than springtime"and Williamsburg, Iowa. Lake Tsala Gardens Com-
$198 DOWN life. just to show are in the The Floyd Gordons who have
month, includes credit you munity Club. .. will have. a covered
1% Sales Tax Tag.Title, Etc., Extra KNOW FASHION-WISE. Start been visiting sisters in Tampa ]I dish dinner at the FloridaPower
your lay-away now. Open every were here for two days on Lounge Monday night at
{ SAWAYA AUTOMOTIVE day from 8:30 to 6:00 p.m. their way back home to Springfield -

9 -All day Wed., Sat. till 7:00 p.m. ill. 6:30.Mr.. and Mrs. Infantino and .
KAMILU PLYMOUTH HILLMAN. Main St., Inverness, Fla. The Tuckers were here for the Mr. and Mrs. John Roscow attended "
2 EAST JIFIIISON PHONE 622-4133 weekend from Starke. the 3rd of the NOTICE
OCALp .FLORIDA| Paid Advertisement program ; .
The Gaston Salters fr m Plant Ocala Community Concert association -
City spent the weekend here. at the Ocala High
Mr. nd Mrs. A. Frazier of School auditorium.Mr. .

Centralia Ill, arrived last week and Mrs. Donald Oden I will be at the following named places on the following dates, for the purpose of
% end to spend a month here. and their daughters of Greenfield assessing all real property, tangible and Intangible personal property in Citrus Cowcy,
Dampier's OJ' Guests last week at the W.C. Ind. are visiting their subject to taxes for the year 1963.

6 t5 Brannan home were Mr. and parents, mr. and Mrs. Francis All property owners are required by law to return all of their property at full: cash
Mrs. Nales and children
qQCetf. Roy O. Oden. value for taxes on or before the first day of April of each year.
Store from Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. C. Hans were
a Dept. >
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
The American Automobile Association -
uYou'll John Flugel of St. Petersburg.Mr. .
On The Square 4>,> says Bolougne Florida and Mrs. Francis Car- Tuesday FebruarySOUTH 5th
is a town of 26 people that ,
penter of Louisville Ky.,stopped -
Love Our First. Clearance Sale of 63 earsn 85 percent of its annual for a brief visit with Mr.
budget from the operation ofa
and Mrs. Eddie Davis.
US 1 and 301. DUNNELLON 's Station 940 10:08
speed trap on y to A.M.
Manfrin Sr., returned
All Call Children's_ Boys the John Gardens spending to HOLDER--Post OfficeHERNANDOPost 10:15 to W:4 A.M.

Ladies -Dresses Sportswear Pants & Shirt Ja UaryheDdlines Capa several Canaveral.days in Orlando and FLORAL CITY--Pure Office Oil Service Station 11:80 2t8O to It 12s08 3t8 Neon P.Me


Now $6.63 Now 2 for $5.63 Sets
Homosassa Thursday February 7th

were Valued at Were $3.95 $2.99 to $4.98 Springs ,


$8.95 & $9.95 or $4.95 Now $1.63'Children's Ey NONA M. RUNIoN LECANTO--Post Office 9. >t si 1-060A.M.
HOMOSASSA SPRINGS--Post Office IIN ro 12 Hee
HOMOSASSA-Post Office 2.3.P.M.
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94% Rayon Men's r Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.C.
Runion Sunday were Mr. and
a

Dresses 6% Acrilan Sport ShirtsNow M, Mrs.. Mr.Russel and Mrs.Adkins Walter and children Sus-- Saturday, February 9th

Now ky; and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
3 for $9.63 Blankets 72x90
$2.63 $l99 Melinda has now Welsh and Carl.

Were $3.49 & all colors were Mrs. Vance Aycock who was CRYSTAL RIVER--Ctty Hall 9 ) .T2A9:"
3.65 53.99 joined our staff. in Birmingham O. attendinghis

I $4.49 each Now( $3.63 $4.98 4.63 $4.99 Come and see her. ing home brother's. nd Monday.Mr. Mrs funeral Tommy. is return-Littleof


Tampa visited Mrs. Littles' Other Communities, .

MS Sweaters Men & Ladies Ladies Phone for Appointment sister Sunday.Mr. Mrs.. James Harmonon

Now
Pedal Pushers 726-2601 nd Mrs.Crosby of Tampa E
7.63 and If taxpayers living in the following comrauaitles.have net made tfceir rocuraa ta.due
$9.95 are guests ofMr. Mrs.
Sweatshirts t t & Mildred's BeautySalon Harmon.Al time. 1 will call at their homes some time before April 1 to assist dte 1. ;

8.95 6.63 St. John: better known as

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The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE February 7. 1968 5-A
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Public Notice Pubfc Notice I



HIRE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
to pages 75 and 76 of the Public
?0 BUY p SE 1 RENT E wain l sr wuND THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR- Records of Citrus County Flo NOTICE iS HEREBY GIVEN
CUIT IN AND FOR CITRUS that the undersigned desiring to

.COUNTY FLORIDA. rida.The name of the court in engage in business under the

IN CHANCERY. which this suit has been instituted fictitious name of GRAHAM'S
Case No. 1547 MOTEL at Inverness intends to
is Circuit Court Fifth
Help Wonted Public Notice Public Notice BANK the said name with the
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous ... __ .. OF LAKE ALFRED Judicial Circuit. Citrus County register
Florida corporation Florida and the abbreviated tit- clerk of the circuit court of
REQUEST FOR BID ON TWO
FOR SALE--Fresh onion I will not be responsible any MALE HELP WANTED REQUEST FOR BID ON TWO 1963 TRUCKS TANDEM AXLE Plaintiff le of this case is Bank of Citrus. County, Florida. ,

plants multiplying and Sweet debts created by anyone other SALES AGENT Wanted by lead- MOUNTED DUMP BODIES AND DRIVE vs Lake Alfred vs. Bauer et al, Dated at Inverness Florida,

Bermuda 1/24 ea..also bedding than myself. THOMAS ing agricultural chemical company HOISTS Sealed bids will be receivedby CHARLES D. BAUER FLEETA Case No. 1547.It this day of Feb. 5, A.D.1963.

plants. LANDSCAPE NURSERY GRAHAM_ ,! Inverness. 6-3p full or part time to cover Sealed bids will be received the Board of County Commissioners BAUER MARGARET BROND- is hereby ordered that this Jack M. Thomas
1 mi. E. on State Hwy 44, .local area and serve farmers 'by the Board of County Commissioners Citrus County OS, SCOFIELD INVESTMENT order and notice shall be pub- Jean P. Thomas
Ph. 726-1381. 6-tfc Restaurant equipment china and and grove owners. Straight Citrus County.* Florida up to 10OOo'cloctA.M. COMPANY a Florida corpora lished once a week for four (4) Owners
glasware. Come. See buy. commission. You must have Florida up to 10:00 A.M.,E.S.T. E.S.T.. February 19, 1963 at tion and any unkown claimants consecutive weeks in the Citrus Date of first publication Feb.

FOR SALE--One silver minia- STUFF FER SALE,. Hernando. some knowledge or experiencein February 19, 1963 at which which time and place all bids Defendants. County Chronicle, a newspaper 7. 1963.

ture male poodle, has papers growing. Write John time and place all bids received received will be opened and read NOTICE TO DEFEND published in Inverness Citrus Pub. Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28. 1963.

champion stock. RAY HOLT Real EstateFOR House, General Manager P.O. will be opened and read aloud for 21963 TRUCKSTANDEM In the Name of the State of County. Florida, and having a

Box 215. Panasoffkee Fla.6-lp Box 1115. Winter Garden Fla. aloud for 2 MOUNTED DUMP AXLE DRIVE with specifications Florida: general circulation in Citrus Ihe Old 7mt'l ;
SALE--Three bdrm. two. Include your telephone number. BODIES AND HOISTS with specifications as follows: To: Charles D. Bauer. Fleeta County. Florida. .

PUPPIES-Part cocker and fox bath, tile roof, carport and 5-2c as follows: 1963 Bauer, his wife whose addressis WITNESS my hand as Clerkof
for ((2))
Specifications New
utility. Lot 100. ft x 150 ft. Rt. 1, West Frankfort Illinois of
terrier six weeks old. Call WANTED MAN OR WOMAN Truck Tandem Axle Drive the Circuit Court Citrus
726-1652. 6-lp $500 down at Sportsmen Park, SPARE TIME-To refill and collect BODY Minimum GVW 35.000 Lbs ; Margaret Brondos,whose County, Florida and the sealof

see JOHN OSSENFORT 726- money from our machines .1. Heavy Duty Contractors. Cab to Axle to be approximately address is 909 East Poplar the said Court at Inverness, 1
j & K USED WASHERS 1371. n 3-tfc dispensing HiGrade candy gum 2. 10 Yard water level capa- 84". Street West Frankfort,Illinois; Citrus County Florida on the

Kenmore & RCA Whirlpool our FOR 'SALESe1 $6000 equityin and sport cards in this area. city with 12 yard ends. Minimum 332 Cu. In Engine Scofield Investment Company, 14 day of January AD.,1963.
Reasonable 3 do. Excellent income. 3. 12 feet long x 7' wide, In- whose address is 2Q9-210Mas-
specialty. rates. Easy to
home in Lake Tsala Gardens, Minimum Front,Axle 7000 Lb FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS
month Guarantee on all over- $475.00 cash required securedby side. onic Building Inverness Florida -
for home with
or trade in town or' factory installed power
Clerk of the Circuit Court
if the above named
4. 10 steel sides and persons
726-
hauls and repairs. Ph. trailer. Frame house on two inventory. Include phone gauge .steering "Children are what parents
Fla. Northof number. Write P.O. Box 1614. front; 7 gauge steel floor; 7 respectively be alive and if Citrus County FloridaBy
2622. Inverness ( lakefront lots atparson's Point Minimum Rear Axle 28.000 Lb. : S Williams mold them; small wonder that
town) 6-tfc Hernando. $6500 or less for Daytona Beach, Florida. 5-2c gauge tailgate. Full Air Brakes any of the above named personsare Virginia ClerkL. parents scold them."
5. 4" structural steel cross- dead, their respective unknown Deputy
cash. See F. FLYNN Lake Dr. PIANO PLAYER to play for the Standard CabDirectional E. Brown
CLIENT has $1000 to $1500 to members. heirs, devisees grantees -
loan on improved real estate for East. Lake Tsala Gardens .or'write Glory of God Sunday .morning 6. 6" structural steel longitu Signals creditors or all other parties' Woolfolk, Myers.Curtis&New-
F. FLYNN Rt. I, Box the Church of (2)( ) West Coast Type MirrorsAir '
two to three years. M.C. SCO- and evening, at dinals. or persons claiming by, man
FIELD Inverness Fla. 5-tfc 66, Inverness. Fla. 4-3p God Hwy. 41, South. Contact 7. Crossmembers gusseted to Horn through under or against them 130 East Central Avenue
6-tfc. Tires (10)) to be 1000 by 12 HEARING-AIDS
E.D. NEILL. longitudinals. respectively; and all persons or Lake Wales Florida
Ply Tires & Tube Reg Hwy Use
Looking For CAPABLE WOMEN needed in 8. Body top rail, side; 45 degree parties having or claiming to Attorneys for Plaintiff
MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED profitable established territories sloped running boards and Transmission Disc Type Wheels 5th Direct have any right title or inter- Pub. Jan.-24, 31 Feb.714.1963 Only 521.'S.Up.

WORK IN CIVIL SERVICE 'A to show Avon Cosmetics. rub rail to be formed from one with 3 speed Auxilliary Trans- est in and to the following des- ree.Tr II.T II'MI
Bargain
No experience necessary Write INEZ HEWITT, P.O. Box piece. mission. cribed land, lying and being in Use the Chroni d e Want Ads
'
grammer school education 485, Clermont, Fla. 6-lc 9. Body running boards to be For further information con- Citrus County Florida, to-wit:
usually sufficient. Train now 4 room retirement cottage with one piece and incorporated 45 Lot 17, Block 7. Unit 2,
WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE to
Francis Williams,Clerkof Landscape Hvrstry
tact W.
at home for jobs with Security. access to lake. Ideal location degree slope. Hickory Hill Retreats accord-
call regularly each month on Circuit Court and Clerk of
than underwater
For details, send name, address US 41 between Inverness and. established Studio Girl Cosmetics ,10. Inside body corners to Incorporate the ing to the map or plat thereof More 200 Twa outlets
Board, Bennie Barnes
phone no. toNATIONAL Floral City 45 degree slope. or recorded in Plat Book 3, pages motion pictures have been
clients in and around Inverness Road Superintendent. Citrus 1 mile East
TRAINING SERVICE. BOX 65E. 11. Tailgate horizontal braces 75 and 76 of the Public Re- made at Florida's Silver an Hwy. 44
For A Real Deal making necessary deliveries County reserves the right to reject and at
Sportsmen'sPark
Inverness Fla. ? 3-10c etc. 3 or 4 hours per ;.to be self cleaning type with any and all bids. cords of Citrus County. Florida. Springs because the crystal
flange 45 degree You and each of you, are clear lime-filtered water
top incorporating
SNAPSHOT DEVELOP IN_ G a t Call or See day. Route will pay up to $5.00 .. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
notified that suit
ZELLER MUSEUM and per hour. Write STUDIO) GIRL slope. SIONERS CITRUS COUNTYBy hereby a in reduces camera difficulties.
;12. Top rail of sides and tailgate equity has been brought againstyou
studios camera shop.Fast, COSMETICS Dept. 79532 : FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS
WithLaPopkaislands 6-3c to be reinforced with one by the Bank of Lake Alfredin
Glendale Calif.
courteous, quality service by continuous piece inverted chan- Clerk the Circuit Count Fifth Judi-

experts. U. 5.41 N.Inverness. EXPERIENCED drillerto oper- .nel.! Publish February 7, 14, 1963 cial Circuit, in and for Citrus No Money Down

52-tfc ate well rig. Inquire MILLER'SBAR '13. Minimum of 4 vertical pyramid County Florida and you are

for Hwy. 200 N. Hernando. type side braces in addition IN THE COURT OF THE hereby summoned ordered and
l will not be responsible Inverness 7261223FOR .. 5-2p Brand New 2 B.R. HomeComplete
any debts created by anyone to front and rear corner COUNTY JUDGE CITRUS required to file your written answer -

other than myself. EDWARD G. Public NoticeIN ,posts. COUNTY, FLORIDA, or defenses to the Comp- for living ceramic bath carport,screened .
RYBERG, Homosassa Springs. SALE--Two bdrm home 14. Heavy duty hardware, hinges IN PROBATE.IN laint filed herein against you in porch, well, septic tank insulation oil furnace,
Florida. 5-3p J ale porch garage, modern. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF etc. RE:ESTATE OF JOSEPHINE the above entitled cause in the garbage disposer utility room, beautiful shaded lot
Lot 100 ft x 150 ft. at Sports THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 15. Continuous welded constr- KIMBALL FOX Deceased.TO office of the Clerk of the Cir- 80 x 125. All utilities in. 8950.00 $75.00 per month

Fiberglass$ & Materials, 'men's Park. IN AND FOR CITRUS uction throughout. ALL CREDITORS AND cuit Court in and for Citrus total.
Contact JOHN OSSENFORT COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDAIN 16. Full apron across rear of PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR County Florida, at his office in
ZAN-HAR
726-1371. 3-tfc CHANCERY. NO. 1550., body to hide body understructure. DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE the Court House in Inverness VILLAGE Floral City

ED SeeT I ACRE BENJAMIN HAYWOOD. : Florida on or before the 25 1 Mile South on U.S. 41. 2 Blocks West on S.R. 480.
'WILL TRADE. equity three -vsPlaintiff, : 17. Paint; one coat rust inhibi-' You and each of you are day of February A.D., 1963 EDWARD L. JONES Owner & Developer.

Route.4VlIthIac3och. bdrm., two bath home,excellent RUBBLES HAYWOOD, ting primer, one coat automo- aereby notified and required to and to serve a copy of such an- Phone 726-1483

.*River locatidh St. Petersburg convenient Defendant. tive primer,. one coat finish present in duplicate any claims swer or defenses upon L. E.
Phone 748-6593 to schools, shopping NOTICE OF SUIT paint. and demands which you or Brown, of the firm of Wool-

. center bus at door,for three or STATE OF FLORIDA TO:RUBY 18. 10 gauge 36 inch cab pro- either of you may have againstthe folk Myers Curtis & Newman
PLANNING t BUILD? four bdrm. home in Invern e s s. LEE HAYWOQD Whose residence tector formed from one piece estate of JOSEPHINE KIM- Plaintiff's attorneys herein,

NEED 100J6 FINANCING? Write Chronicle, Box 65 C. In- address or whereaboutsis with 7.gauge steel side guss- BALL FOX, deceased, late of whose address is 130 East Cen-

We offer 20-25 year Bank rate verness. unknown and being a non- ets. said County to the County Judgeof tral Avenue Lake Wales, Florida "For Pleasant Living"

..financing our BEAUTIFUL NEW WATERFRONT bd- resident of the State of Florida HOIST Citrus County Florida, at on or before said date as
MASONRY HOMES. $6.950.00 rm. masonry home, stucco outside You are hereby notified thata 1. 7" 3 stage -' ,120" open his office in the court house of required by the laws of Florida

up, completely f1n1s carport concrete,and'tile' floors suit has been brqughtiagainst' length class 11 front mount said County at Inverness Florida and the 1954.Florida Rules of t t WALTER'S DUVAL ISLAND ADDITION- -
included. For free brochure patio door and patio. Lots of you in the Circuit Court of the telescopic 20-ton capacity, sub- within six calendar months Civil Procedure. If you fail to
write Box 23, Leesburg Fla. cupboard space 8 x 16 service Fifth Judicial Circuit in and for frame and longsills to mesh /from the time of the first pub- do so, a Decree Pro Confesso You will see"here the "Wonderful Difference .
3-4c and storage bldg. 7950. Citrus County, State of Florida, in order to allow lowest practical lication of this notice. Each will be entered against you for Trees Make. Spacious bomesttes areencnanced"by
Terms. H. CALLAHAN. Flying in Chancery by Benjamin Hay- mounting. claim or demand shall be in the relief demanded in the Com towering live oaks providing the desired privacy .

Your HOME FURNITURE Arrow Dr. Last st. off Rte. wood, the plaintiff, and you are 2. Hoist frame to be made from writing, and shall state the placeof plaint. and adding to the beauty and comfort of your
STORE authorized FRIC3DAI 200, Apache'Shores Hernando. hereby required to serve upon structural steel channel. residence and post office address You are further notified that home. All homesites have access; to Lake 1"s a 1 a
RE and MAYTAG appliance Fla. 5-tfc Geo. W. Scofield. plaintiff's attorney For further information con- of the claimant and shall the nature of said suit is to Apopka and outlet to the With'lacoochee Rive r,

dealer. We service what we 'whose address is 206 tact Francis W.Williams,Clerk. be sworn to by the claimant.... foreclose the mortgage given to making a wonderful system of waterways for your
sell. 38-tfe FOR SALE--10 acres all or Bank?of' Inverness BUilding Inverness of Circuit Court and Clerk of agent.attorney, and any such Leisure Homes Inc. and re- added pleasure. Drive out today orsendforbrochure. -

part, also newly built house Florida a copy of your the Board, or Bennie Barnes claim or demand not so filed corded in Mortgage Book 77, .
stucco inside and out,completely written defenses to said causeon Road Superintendent. Citrus shall be voic*. page 328, Public Records of Citrus -

REEL & ROD service We turn., includes new utility or before the 6th day of County reserves the right to reject /sMARCIA' KIMBALL FOX County, Florida.and subse- J. DALE WALTERDuval
trade and sw p. BERT'S REEL house. Will deal. Terms. Also March 1963 and file the original any and all bids. ANDERSONAs quently assigned to the Plain-

SHOP Glenn's Camp fat road 18 ft. aluminum house trailerfor of said written defenses in the BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- administrator of the Estateof tiff by that Assignment recordedin

on left Rt. 44, S. Inverne s s sale $375. 5 mi. Sow of office of roe Clerk of the Cir- SIONERS CITRUS COUNTY Book 77, pg. 331 of the Pub- Island Floral City, Fta.

35tfcF1CKSREED Floral City. Hwy. 41. across cuit Court at Inverness Florida .By: FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS, As executor of the Last Will lic Records of Citrus County

RAT AN, So f a. from County Line Tavern. 6-3p ; otherwise a Decree Pro Clerk and Testament of JOSEPHINE Florida, upon the following des

chair and coffee table Special FOR SALE--Owner forced to Confesso will be entered againstyou. Publish February 7, 14, 1963 KIMBALL FOX. deceased. cribed real property: ,
9900. Ratan round table and sacrifice his four lots, between The purpose of said suit is First publication Feb. 7, 1963. Lot 17. Block 7. Unit 2.

four chairs $169.00 value Spec nice neighbors on black top rd. for divorce and jurisdiction is JOHNSON S. SAVARY Hickory Hill Retreats, Accord-

ial $89.00 three sofa beds one in Inverness Highlands North. acquired by publication of this NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Attorney for the Estate of ing to the map or plat thereof SNAPP REALTYEXCLUSIVE

dark blue one green one brown min. walk to Hwy 41, 5 min Notice of Suit. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Josephine Kimball Fox deceased recorded in the Plat Book 3,
$69.00 ea. PEEBLES FURNITURE walk to lake. Price $600.00 or Witness my hand as Clerk and that the undersigned,desiring to .
CO., Inverness your reasonable offer. Cash or the seal of this court on this engage in business under the Pub. Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28, 1963A SALES REPRESENTATIVES OF

Ph. 726-2281 6-lc easy terms. Write to HANS the 28th day of January A.D. fictitious name of Citrus Motelat

DRECHSEL. Rt. 523, Serg- 1963. Route 41,N.Hernando. Flori- new campground featuringover Waterfront INVERNESS HIGHLANDSSEE
GRAVELY TRACTORS -New, eantsville. N.J. 6-2p .FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS da intends to register the said 70 tent and trailer camp- Mobile Homesites
.teb Ut, farts, reaplrs. ROGERS Clerk of the Circuit Court name with the clerk of the circuit , sites was recently opened at :
FOR SALE CHEAP: Lot 20.
AUTOMOTIVE.. Tavares. Ph. Blk 334. Unit 10 Homosassa. By Janet C. Hensley D.C. court of Citrus County. Jonathan Dickinson State Park US FOR ALL PURCHASES,
From $1,595.00
,3433071. 43-tfc Large high lot. Write A.J. McDONALD GEO. W. SCOFIELD Florida. near Hobe Sound. Direct to Gulf Fresh and SALES OR TRANSFERS OF EQUITY
Bank of Inverness Bldg. Dated at Inverness Florida,
FREE DUMPING*DIRTONLY 2119 Magnolia St., Inverness. Florida this day of January. A.D. 1963 Sale Water Fishing.: PHONES: 736-1241 or 726-2471 ;i1
Texarkana Texas. 5-4p
Landscape Nursery ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFFPub. Elmer Eichhorn Contact: MILE SOUTH OM U.S. HIGHWAY 41

Sportsmen's Park IN CRYSTAL ,RIVER Mobile Jan.31,Feb.7. 14.21. 1963 Helen Eichhorn E.D. Neill

r" 'homesites on U.S. 19 S., 70 X Notice is hereby given that the Hernando. Florida General Contractor Trotter's Realty
TV SALES 73, all with central water $25 Board of County Commissioners Owners .
Home Furniture Store Phone down and $10 mo. Contact of Citrus County. Florida, Date of first publication Jan. 17
Pub. 17. 24.31 Feb.7.1963 & Builder Homosassa Sprin s
,,726We( give the most .FLORA VEAL owner at 795- will hold a public hearing in the Jan.

.for the old set when you 2822.or 7952410. 47-tfc County Commissioners' Roomof HICKORY HILL RETREATS. Telephone 795-2882

i trade 'for a new TV.. Good FOR SALE--Large shaded lots the Citrus County Courthousein NOTICE BY PUBLICATION i Route f/1- Highway 44 L LOOKING FOR BARGAINS?

selection of used TV's $23 100 ft x 150 ft. Priced from Inverness Florida, at 10:00 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 3 miles East of Inverness I r I:
o'clock A.M. on Tuesday. S that the undersigned desiring to Phone 726-2755
"and.up.SMALL. $850 to $1200. $25.00 down as before you buy..See
low as $10.00 per month. Con- March 1963. for the purpose of engage in business under the' Free plans service

BOAT $15. Outboard tact JOHN OSSENFORT. 726- establishing a bulkhead line for fictitious name of Dennie & Financing available Aliens Point Here Are Three :
1371. Sportsmen's Park. 3tfcFOR the following land in Citrus. Dottie's Diner at Inverness intends Lots for Sale \
motors one Craftsmans lawn County. Florida to-wit: to register the said name For a Square Deal (Gospel Island-Inverness) i

mower $25. Magnavox radio and SALE New two bdrm. 'Government Lot 2. in Sect- with the clerk of the circuit Try ERNIE NEILL
record player $25. girls bike home Lake All waterfront lots
masonry Bradley. ion 4, Township 20 South.Range court of Citrus County Flori-
$9.50. Maytag wringer washing Carport utility room lake 16 East. 2 Bedroom furnished home oa atee fee. Cone ft*

machine $25. electric iron p r I v 11i g e s, $5,900, terms.H. and all interested persons will da.Dated at Inverness.Florida, r World fS $2750. & schools and stores. Only: (4560! caste to s..ie<.......
$5.00. electric range $10. refrigerator 14 1 StATI fAiM up..Terms
ROURKE Box C, Rt. govern themselves accordingly this day of Jan. 25, A.D.1963. See us for details.
16 shot-
$25 :Largest
gauge Floral City, Fla. 5-3p _
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- Denver D. Naylor __ i
gun $15 32 colt automatic AI teannc CI.INIUUNCI Ask your Realtor to show
SIONERS OF
FOR SALE-TRADE LEASE- CITRUS COUNtY Dorothy E. Naylor
pistol $35. young rabbits $1.00 Tavern with two bdrm. home. FLORIDABy Owners I $ you this fine property or .*.............
f HAMPTON'S TRADING contact Wm. Spanjer(owner)
ea. business. Reason- sCLYDE BYRD $trb 1"Alert.E E
Doing good : Date of first publication Jan. 31, I
5 mi. E. of Floral City: Dunnellon, Florida.
POST, 48. Ph. Bushnell 793- able. MILLER'S TAP 3 1/2 Chairman 1963. _Start. Fn!MutaTAutocnobto 1iiSzi 1 !aSa: Hunter 9-2663

on 4728.Hwy. 6-lp mi.. North on Road 200,Hernando. 6-lp- Publish Jan. 24. 31. Feb.7,1963 Pub. Jan 31, Feb 7,14.21.1963Hospital PIIInI DrsUi Km 7254l, = 2 Bedroom partially furnished haute MI .... IK.

1 = Close to center of town. Only $ -. c*...k *. settle
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
--One bdrm.. turn.
FOR SALE estate. See us fer details.
,Antyques, freezers, drink cool- home large garage. $710 down. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE :: v A
ers coffee makers. STUFF $60.00 month. Total less than that the undersigned desiring tc ::

FER SALE. Hernad. Fla. 6000. Address: 202 S. Pine. engage in business under the & ............... :
Inverness. Fla. 6-lp fictitious name of Country.Corner Brand New 2 B.R. HomeComplete I t

at Lecanto Crossroads.Fla. Medical Insurance
Intends to register the said
For Real R 2 Bedroom newly decorated home Os .*ee lie MIll
name with the clerk of the
circuit
LIVE BAIT for living ceramic bath carport screened :: close to schools: and scores. Electric......WMaf-

FOR RENT-Three room furn. Florida.court of Citrus, County. Maximum Benefits porch, well septic tank insulation oil furnace I house refrigerator, dinette set aad new gas Water

The Best, far -Less apt. 108 Highland Ave, Inverness Dated Florida Low Cost garbage disposer special storage features, beautiful m included. $2500 existing mortgage CM be aeetreed,
at InVerness
Fla. 5-2p 1/4 acre lot. Paved street all utilities in., 1/2 for details.
Renewable.Bill :: Total price only $5350. See us
itleS- 80t Do Z. this day of Jan. 17, AJ5. 1963. ,; bath in utility room garden cupboard: ,brick veneer '

:2 Dot: $1.50 Reg. RENT-TNice Trailer' Janice M. RoweH. and battens. $12,600.00. Cash or Terms.
JFOR lots
Ernest Rowe
2 Doz $1.80 LargeMinnows see
Jake privileges $10 per monthat Owners

I Lakeside Park. See SCY :Date of first publication 1-24-63 I Keatingat i Snapp Realty

5 Doz., S .00 HIBBARD at Chronicle. 38-tfp Pub. Jan. 24. 31 Feb.7,14,1963 ZAN-MAR VILLAGE Floral City

Direct from i Hatchery FOR RENT-Three room cottage -

See Blg-Hart! Bert furnished. MILDRED TWIN PINESTRAILOR pill I Inverness Hfe Mari

__ of OSSENFORT, SportsmensPark. New and Used Trallors. Citizens Loan o. 1 Mile South on US. 41, 2 Blocks West on S.L 480. I
Ph 726-1371. 6-tfc_
CAMP'1 Large trailer lots-shade EDWARD L. JONES Owner & Developer.
GLENN'S FOR RENT--Unturn. small
good water. Recreation bldg. Court House Phone 726-1483 Phones
modern home near Brooks- :>> Square 726-1241 w 7262471t
tin and shuffle boards. Brooks-
Read
Left
at ville. Couples only $25 per Inverness Fla
Rt, 44 S., 'Inverness.- month. Contact BORIS ville 1/4 So. Hwy 41. 5-4p

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Public NoticeNOTICE Hernando County May Have Second Newspaper I

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OF SALE -- -
263000.00 The possibility of a new news newspaper.In Friday night's meeting Is
CITY OF INVERNESS.FLORIDA paper.Hernando county will be. a letter generally circulated scheduled for 7:30 p.m. in the
REFUNDING BONDS. exploited at a meeting to be held* earlier in the week,Mr. Bennett Florida Power Company lounge,
ISSUE OF 1962 t Friday night February 8, in has suggested that the hew in Brooksvill
Sealed bids will be receivedby Brooksville. Phil Bennett, pub- newspaper be directed at the
the City Council of the City lisher of the Brooksville Sun- west side area of the county. A Got your driver's lie Me yet'
of Inverness, Florida attheof- Journal and former Chronicle contest is underway for namingthe Time's a-waetieg.
lice of the City Clerk of the City publisher, Is promoting the new new publication.
of Inverness, Florida,until 4KX)
P.M., Eastern Standard Time
; February 13, 1963 at which Four different to make
time and place all bids will be ways going
publicly opened and read for


263000.00 Florida 1962, datedDecemberl,1962'Refunding City of Bonds Inverness Issueof fj'. .- Ids more fun than getting there

and maturing serially in numer-
ical order on December 1 of the You can see why one of America's will make you think that ice and snow
years and in the amounts: as follows favorite outdoor sports is driving are kid stuff; and for pure Adventure,

Year: Chevrolets, with four entirely different America's only sports car, Conttte
Amount Amount
1963 $23.000 Year 1968 $30,000 kinds of cars to choose from. There's now in two all-new versions with looks
1964 25,000 1969 31,000 the Jet-smooth Cherrolftt about as luxuthat can stop traffic like a rush-hour
1965 23,000 1970 28.000 rious as you can go without going over- blizzard. Picked your favorite already?
1966 27,000 1971 30,000 1 board in price; the lo\v-cos The next thing is to take
1967 23.000 1972 23,000 Chery: II, a good-looking car the wheel at your Chevrolet
The bonds will consist.of 263.nonregistrable x y. that would send any family CHEVROLET? dealer's. If that doesn't have
coupon bonds i packing; another family you thinking of places togo
numbered from 1 to 263, inclusive <. I .
# favorite, the sporty C'omur, mm maybe you'd rather jut
in the denomination of whose rear-engine traction Keeps Going Great have a ball around town!
$1,000.00 each., Principal and .. .
emi-annual interest (June 1 -- w 1-.__
and December 1)) shall be pay- _
able in lawful money of the -
United States of America at ,
;
The First National Bank of a
Chicago Chicago Illinois '
The bonds are general obli-
gations of the City of Inverness, '(
Florida, and for the prompt
payment thereof the full faith, ,
credit and taxing power of said ( .M
City is pledged.The principal of -x; /A
and interest on said bonds are ,
payable from and secured by a '::.J..._ .. .r-... I'-. .r{ .: r ,-:-.. ___ -. JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET IMPALA SPORT COUPE

levy of ad valorem taxes with- ROAD RANGERS ANDTROOPER GUESTS--Shown following their Elbrecht.: There are 17 members of the Road Rangers Safety :
out limitation as to rate or annual dinner meeting Monday night are members of the Crystal Club, which observes its first anniversary this week. Monday .i..,
amount on all taxable property River Road Rangers Safety Club and two Florida Highway night's spaghetti dinner was prepared and served by parents of ::.th,,::' .A ..-;..,
within the City as provided in Patrolmen. Seated left v .7;; 1:;;'>
at Is Trooper L.A. Burnham who works several Road Rangers. Other special guests of the club included (:;'./
the Ordinance authorizing said the west side of Citru s County and area. At right Is Sgt. S.L. members of the local sheriff's and police departments who have ...;... ,
bonds, and are issued for the "Spud" Clements Jr.. Safety Officer for the Patrol, and guest assisted the Road Rangers in their program and activities; f, T- "
purpose of refunding certain speaker for the annual fete. The two pretty distaff members of Judge O. Frank Scofield and Hampton Dunn,editor of the Florida
outstanding bonded indebtedness the Road Rangers are, 1-r Linda Elbrecht and Marilyn Marshall. AAA magazine; Bill Dyer editor of the Suncoast Sentinel; Bob
of the City. Standing In back are, 1-r: Dick Carroll, Billy Crosby (club Tannehill editor of The Citrus County Chronicle; and George
The bonds of this issue 'president), Sid Kennedy Dubby Bertine, T.A. Moore, and Steve Dyer local developer who has helped the club.staff photo
maturing in the years 1968
and thereafter are redeemable I
prior to their respective stated 1he uul 7im&t-
dates of maturity, at the op- Trooper Lauds Safety Club CHEVY II NOVA 430 SPORT COUPE
tion of the City, in whole or .
,in part but in inverse numerical ()) \.. 1
order if less than all, on CRYSTAL RIVER Florida L.A. Burnham. driver education program. He ,If' l r'
December 1, 1967 or on any Highway Patrol Sgt. S.L.; "We have a problem," said said it was too bad that there ,
interest payment date thereafter "Spud" Clements Jr., who is the speaker, "and that is how to isn't a similar program for
at par and accrued inter- familiar to a number of Citrus save lives. Although Citrus adult drivers.In r
est to' date of redemption together County club folk,had high praisefor county\had fewer fatalities last reminding his audience that WT
with a premium of two the Crystal River Road Ran- !year (seven, as compared to 13 Citrus County has two of the J .f
per centum ((2%) oftheparvaluethereof gers Safety Club on Monday year before last), it had far too state's busiest highways run- "If you feel neglected thinly
; provided,however,that night.Trooper many. In 1962 there were 40, ning through it, he cited the Whistlers father."
thirty days' published notice Clements, Safety 000 fatalities in this state alone I low fatality figure here. He
shall have been given in the Officer for the FHP was guest Already this year there are 87, again applauded the Road Rang
manner provided in the Ordinance speaker at the club's annual dinner down from 126 for the same ers for their ideals and efforts.
authorizing the bonds. his talk was serious and to period in 1962. Judge O. Frank Scofield t
Bidders are requested to name the point. The 18-minute color "We have a great responsibility another guest, said he had dis- SEE!1'f"' CORVAIR MONZA CLUB COUPE
the, interest rate not exceeding film, "Death on Highways"", as drivers and pedestriansat cussed the Safety Club before
three and three-fourths per shocked those in attendance into all times. Not only must we the state judges convention arid
-Centum per annum, in multiplesof the grim realities of today's be constantly alert ourselves, had heard numerous and favor
1/4 or 1/10 of 1%. No bid wholesale traffic slaughter.In but we must ever be mindful of able comments. ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM BOATSSeed
Jorlessthanparandaccruedinterest heaping praise on the Road the other person.
or for less than all of Rangers Sgt. Clements noted Trooper Clements pointed out 4 31R
the bonds offered will be enter- that Citrus County was the only that although the most traffic ....
tained. The bonds will be awarded county in District C last year accidents in other states occur :/
to the bidder offering to which had a decrease in traffic In the 25-34 age bracket, in ., .f
purchase at the lowest net inter- fatalities. He said he was aware Florida it Is between 14-19.
est cost to the City such cost of the club's achievements He.knocked hot rudders and
to be determined by deductingthe through Rep. A.R. "Baldy" authorized drag strips, but had J !
total amount of any premiumbid Strickland and local TrooperControl's much praise for the state's
from the aggregate amountof
\O c QU \.XN' r..b.
interest on all the bonds from
December 1, 1962 until their PattersonTo Circle No.1 Meets CORVETTE STING RAY SPORT COUPE

respective maturities. Theregular ladies meeting of
Each bid must be on a form to Be Club SpeakerFLORAL the First Presbyterian CircleNo.
be furnished by the undersigned 1 met in the home of Mrs. PotatoesShipment Now-Bonanza Buys on four entirely! different kinds of cars at yes r Chevrolet,w"'su

enclosed in a sealed envelope CITY--paul Patterson Adolph Stucberg Tuesday after- ___________ ________________ __________---------- ---------___u__uuu____________________.____
marked "Proposal For Bonds", director of the Citrus noon. Mrs. Gordon Peterson
must be accompanied by a cer- County Mosquito Control Dis- chairman opened with prayer Cochran Chevrolet
tified or Bank Cashier's orTreasurer's trict, will be guest speaker Feb. followed by the devotional by Just InALLEN'S
check for 5260. 20 at the Floral City Woman's Mrs. Frank Leslie. There were
00, upon an incorporated bankor Club 7:30 p.m. meeting in the 13 members and three guests GMAC Fiintiii Ntfth Ak.
trust company payable unconditionally HARDWARE
Community Building.Mr. present. After Mrs. Hamill delivered -
to the order of the Patterson will talk to the the emphasis and Mrs.
City which of Inverness. Florida, on' women 15 minutes and will open Leslie gave the lesson,refresh- iv 3lks. North% of Court% Hous Inverness Inverness, Florida P.... 724-5511
no interest will be allow- the session for discussion and ments were served by the host-
ed: Award or rejection of bids questions.The ess.
will be made on the date above regular meeting will be
states lor me receipt of bids held in the afternoon of Feb. 20
and the checks of unsuccessful. at 2 p.m. Dr. Frank Coutant -
bidders will be returned im lecturer, traveler author and
mediately. The check of the photographer, will show colored
successful bidder will be held slides on Colorado.


performance the uncashed event as that of security the his bid successful for but the in -- 8ulh/ }>6/r ritfvI"e H4rn.

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bidder shall fail to comply with tl
the terms of his bid, the check .
may then be cashed and the \
proceeds thereof retained as ,:

and for full liquidated damages.The .


opinion& Watson of unqualified Freeman,: of Jacksonville Richardson approving, f'n.BiMa Guide me in thy truth, and

Florida will be furnished with- \\
teach me. -(Psalms 25S). If
out cost to the purchasers of Oca&j dea
the bonds. There will also be God is with us in every decision -
furnished the usual closing papers we make; His wisdomis
there to guide and directus
The bonds will be deliveredto if we but seek it through
the successful purchaser on
prayer.
or about February 23, 1963 at
The Bank of Inverness, Inverness -


the Copies purchaser's,, Florida proposal of the or expense.forms official elsewhere.and statement the.at- Citrus' Marine Center '. I\\\\ SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION


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Ordinance authorizing the issuance Factory
of the bonds may be Trained

obtained right from to the reject undersigned.The any and. 402 E. SILVER SPRINGS BLVD.

all bids is reserved. I
\feChaniC. E1u
REMA Y. DEAN

City Clerk of Inverness,Florida III
Section 3.This resolution shall
take effect immediately upon its SERVICE ON ALL MAKE* .
passage. U.S. 41 'South Inverness .

Publish Jan. 31, Feb. 7,1963 Phone 726-241 i iWDH 622304



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I The need for more good read- :

ing in the home was emphasizedby f
Harmon E. Chesser at the
Jan. 28 meeting of the Senior f

Woman's Club, according to a
tardy report.
Mr. Chesser, supervising

__ ,principal of Crystal River High
School, pointed out some of the
important things parents should
encourage in the home. He was

t. .1 introduced by Mrs. Maud St.
John, chairman of the Public
r
_41 :' Relations committee.
The speaker also encouraged a

: ., .. ',-""" closer relationship betweenpu-
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ing this as a important ft/
GLANCING INTO THE OFFICE of the Citrus County Credit Bureau a photographer finds Mary factor today. It very helps children
Cummins (left), Manager Bill Keating, and Betty Lattin busily engaged in one of their varied 'and the adolescent to better ad-
business activities. the how is credit ? ft3 $
By way, good your rating --staff photo just to the educational program

offered in today's public

Facilities Expansion Planned schools he explained.
Preceeding the program wasa


( County Credit Bureau Offers Mrs.business the WillardMarlow club.Refreshments.meeting conducted,presidentof by :- kN


. 'Service For Business Growth social chairman were Mrs.served Fred by l

Dortzbach and her associates,
featuring the St. Valentine .
Oknown ne of Citrus County's little ence material as requested by area,It said Mrs. Lattin, "and ,theme. Is I-: .
and understood businesses business and professional peo- also in helping to make credit s :
and one of.its newest, is the ple when they consider grant- buying easier for our people regardless -
Citrus County Credit Bureau ing credit." of where they go." Happy Hoppers
located in the Citizens Loan Mrs. Lattin further notes that How does a newcomer to the
Company office courthouse "the Credit Bureau does not county establish his credit with
square. This business is about evaluate the credit history of the the local bureau? They can do Elect Scotts
two years old and is a subsi- subject, it merely furnishes a that in either two ways. First,
diary of and operated by Citi- factual history of past events, by stopping by our office and The Happy Hoppers Square
zens Loan Co. creditwise. The decision whe- giving us their former home address Dance Club had their first dance '
THEY HAVE TRAVELED A LONG WAY-At a recent gatheringof
master), S.R. Stephan Harry K. Bule, and M.C. Scofield.
The Credit Bureau has a staffof ther to or not to etc. their record of the month last Saturday nightat
grant grant may
Past Masters at the Citrus Masonic Lodge No. 118 these dis- Pictured left to right in the back row are: O. Frank Scofield
three persons, Mary Cum- credit is left up to the cust- then be transferred from any- the Floral City Community tinguished Masonic leaders of were in the -
past years put spotlight James Glasco, Henry L. Conaor. O.M. Memos Jr., R.F. Hicks
Lattin and Bill who the factual where in the nation filesin Center. Among the numerous
mings, Betty omer requests to our for Brethren to behold. There were 16 in attendance.In George A. Holden Z.B. Hayslip, Carey Baxtey. and Fred
Keating. It is affiliated with the report.It a matter of a day or so. guests were members of the
the front row, left to right, are: Robert E. "Bob" Chism, Weseman.
Associated Credit Bureaus of Also asked Mrs. Lattin was, Or they can apply for credit Rainbow Sluefoots, of Rainbow Willous Reed, George W. Scofield, Hughes amill (Immediate past -staff photo ,I.
Florida a statewide organization. "Who uses the Citrus County from any of the county busi- Lakes Estates. Some membersof
and the recently formed Teen - -- - -
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Credit Bureau ness people
The question was asked."What In addition to many businesses ness may call the Credit Bur- Club were present and are tak- Veterinarian Credited By Honduras Govt. II
is a Credit Bureau and what does in the county who make use' eau. We can then request by ing lessons from Dick Bishop. .
it do?" Mrs. Lattin the assist- of the local services here is a' telephone or wire the information The Happy Hoppers have elect- It was brought to the, county lives of some prize Honduran help from American Consul be obtained locally.Dr. .
ant manager answers:"ACredit random sampling of a day's mail from the cutomer's former ed their new officers for the paper's attention this week thata dairy cattle.Dr. Harrison Burgess. The requestwas Neal performed a delicate
Bureau is a l service.. and telephone requests--Credit hometown area.,*' coming year. Ed and Estelle fast plane trip and.a delicate F.C. Neal the veterinarian made when it was found Caesarean operation on one
facility devoted to serving the Bureau (St.' Louis), AmericanOil Mrs. Lattin stated that at Scott were named president; .=Caesarean operation by a University was rushed to the aid of* that the skilled attention neededto purebred heifer r""Z Ping a
business and professional peo- Co., Radio Shack (Boston), the present time the Credit Charley and Ruth Penrose, vice of Florida Agricultural dairymen in Belize, British save the lives of several of calf which had been dead for --
ple of a community,in this case, Standard Oil, Credit Bureau Bureau has over 6500 recordsin president and Helen Kogel- Experiment Stations veterinarian Honduras last week upon receiving the country's purebred Holstein several days, and an embryo-
our service area is all of Citrus Reports (New York City), Fed- its files, and that this num-_ schatz is secretary-treasurer. is credited for saving the an urgent request for and Ayrsyire heifers could not tomy on another.
Cunty. eral Housing Administration, ber increases daily The Bureau Dances are slated for first,
"We serve the business and Sears Roebuck, General Elect- also has a collection depart-' second and fourth Saturday
professions of our area with ric Credit. Montgomery Ward,. ment service for local businessmen nights of each month at the
.complete and factual data, con- General Motors AcceptanceCo. as well as businesses all Community Center. Vistors
cerning the paying habits of our ., Ford Motor Credit Corp.. over the country. This serviceis are always welcome. Save $4000 Value
people. and business."A From this requests examplesyou finding favor with the local r' on
Credit Bureau is a store- can see that the Citrus* business people.
house of facts, created by the County Credit Bureau is filling, When asked what a credit
habits of the people themselves, a much needed service to the bureau does for a community, I. esbkd .
and stored and used for refer- population of our growing she stated that history has pro-
ven that in communities wherea
I I credit bureau has been in

operation for some time "the -
furnace backed by services play an important part -
Only in the everyday life of the business -

area. The Bureau saves
the businesses money,time,effort -
$500. warranty bond. . and worry. BadC'.reditrisks F
are eliminated almost entirely.
When a customer requests a
charge; account it is a simple
proceedure for the businessman
to take the application, call the
gcpI bureau on the phone and feel
confident that he will be fur-
nished with a complete historyof
the applicants paying his-
I tory, in factual form, so that
IriInBoyGAS he may promptly reach his decision -
as to granting credit
\ 3 terms. REV. TOM PRICE .
In towns where credit bureaushave HOMES

been in operation for a longtime .
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_, the report from businessmen Pastoral Group

FURNACE I II is that their bad deb
losses have decreased almost to
Elevates PriceThe
Like all Coleman __ the vanishing point. ,
heating products, Mrs. Lattin concluded thatthe Ministerial
Citrus
this Trim Boy GasFurnace .. future plans for expansion of County
Association, at its first meetingof
is backed services to Citrus County business -
the elected slate h.
by a $500 bond : people include the printingof new year a
of officers for 1963 and elevatedthe
underwriting your a weekly bulletin containing
Coleman guarantee. ,. : courthouse records, city hall Rev. Tom Price as presi- I
It's the strongest : > records, licenses, suits and dent. The Rev. Mr. Price is .
pastor of the First methodist .;
guarantee for any judgements. This service is one
furnace and it provided in many of the larger Church of Crystal River. He
doesn't cost a cities the credit bureaus.At succeeds the Rev.Morris Gask-
you _, ____ by.
penny more! .... the present time plans call ins, pastor of the First Metho-
AS LOW HiB for starting this new service dist Church of Inverness. ,
$
AS around March 15, if enough of Other new officers are the
the county's business people Rev. W.D. Croft, pastor of the
Per Month Installed Hernando Church of the Nazarene -
show an interest in receivingsuch ..
a weekly service.This new vice president of the Association .
Mare Coleman exduihrts service, plus the basic factual ; and the Rev. Johnnie '.., "

the you more for your credit report and national collection Powell, Assembly of God, Inverness -

money! service connections, as secretarytreasurer.There Paved Streets Street Lights Central Pure Water Protective .
well as the national reporting. are about a dozen System, Fire .
,* services, all to make a ministers from throughout the
go up
A heat ;
.... Sup.r.sls.warmth txchangtriitfftCMS ,< complete rounded service of a county belonging to the Associa- Hydrants, Restaurant, Swimming+ Pool and Golf Course.
a confidential .nature to the busi- tion. The group meets once each
r.duas' gas bills. ness people of Citrus County month, usually in one of the

OTak lets than 3 sq.ft. with but one purpose in mind--to member's churches. The next Two Bedrooms or One Bedroom with Florida Room'
.-fits anyw/itr make a better business for the meeting will be Feb. 12 at I

O No alterations needed for county's business men,and thus, Homosassa.
add-on air conditioning. both directly and indirectly to
help spur the continued economic Signup i Time ArrivesFarmers S 9370.
growth of the LRailing
The Credit Burea county.of Citrus who grew corn,grain With, Large Landscaped
sorghum, or barley on their
County is truly a little known
farms in 1959 or 1960 will soon
: GkftNSTfflEt and little understood business be able to sign up to partici-
by the average citiZen.but dailyIt pate in the 1963 feed grainpro- Oaks Corporation
r serves every citizen of our gram according Julian Kelly, .
growing community and county. : .
chairman: ASC.county committee -
GAS SERVICE said last week. The signup
The Inverness Rebekah Lodge period for the voluntary feed : ;' S. Ketbt&i 'P'lU.iA
1& #57 will hold its regular busi- grain program is from Feb. 1 Ii. 0. .

: 101 So. Pisa St. ; ness meeting at the Florida through March 22. .
Power Lounge, Friday at 8:00 Bob Breen Citrus County "
p.m. All members are requested Office Manager is in the base- Route 491lecanto FloridaI
-Ph. 726-1111 IiveressiI' to attend. Refreshments will ment of the courthouse onMon-
be served. Mrs. Fannie Forbes days and Tuesdays from 8:30to
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1'1 vi:; YEARS AGO
have been hearing lots of comments upon the upcoming Pleasant Grove won first ON -
lb- third freeze in 1 ess than
election. This we like. It shows people are interested. At least two months brought additional prize for the best community AUTO, FURNITURE,
interested the that 19 exylbit: at the county fair last
we hope they're to extent come February SIGNATURE
damage to Citrus County
past- week. second
Oak took
Grove
will few minutes and their ballots for
they bother to take a cast
this week
those feel and best suited ures but apparently honors and Lecanto third.If CHtitKtersPh.
candidates
they honestly are capable
'for the offices. caused no further loss to citrus the fish in Cooter Pond "Let Us Help You Solve

growers except possibly some have been on a binge lately, it Your Money Problems"

On the other side of the coin, however the fact that so many damage to very young trees. wasn't a case of voluntary guz- Crystal River '
Twenty-one men completed thefiremen's 7M: flu
zling. It seems that some kit-
people doing the talking are not residents of Inverness..are not
f training course at chen moonshiner has been Ph. 716- am
qualified in the election. That's Finance
to vote municipal okay too Corp.
because their conversations should serve to stimulate more Crystal River last week, according flushing fermented corn mash .'Mvetttes" I
to Fire Chief D.C. down the drain and the mash HWY. 19
interest in the contests. Of course there are always those who
Crawford.. ''collected in the pond's septic Next to FlotUo PowerInsurance .
talk the loudest-usually complaining-but who are either not
Supervising principal W.K. tank. More than a barrel of the r
who don't bother electionAs
eligible to vote, or to vote at any
Jones, Crystal River Schools, stuff was hauled out of the tank
has requested more police protection last week, enough, we're told,
it should be, much emphasis is placed on the qualificationsof ? lIMItMItKills
for children
candidates. Are ? Do have ? at Lemon to make small fish climb rightup
they intelligent they common sense Fire Storm Auto
Street and US 19, where
Is the best interests of the people foremost in their thoughts? a in a boat, take a cane pole LiabilityR.
child was seriously injured several -
from a fisherman and
What experience do they have? Needless to say, these are weeks away 0. JONES and
ago.
clobber him over the head.
qualification factors which should be considered
always by
At least a hundred BARNEY A. REEVES
persons Ten men are qualified as
voters. However, there is one qualification that seems to be
fought a raging brush fire that candidates for City Council and
overlooked Howaboutthecandidate's character
by many voters: ,
his reputation? threatened four homes on US 41 two are qualified to run for West Coast
about half a mile north of the Mayor in the Feb. 17 municipal Electrical I StipplieaLusher

Election such is Hernando business area Monday election. Those qualified for InsurersCrystal
atmospheres, especially as being generated Paint
afternoon. -
Many citizens hur-
four-year terms are: John A.
locally are exciting. But an election is a serious matter. Poli-
ried out from Hernando, including Allen David Dickinson J.W. Roofing Materials
tics is something which is vitally necessary to our American way River, Fk
of life, despite the distasteful pictured created by untold numbersof a good numer of colored Jewell, Frank H. Leslie Wil- Phu, bets' Suites
unscrupulous politicians. Often a man's character changesonce citizens, to join in the fire lious M. Reed, Norman P. Sav- Phone 795-2787 .
L Tile Saws
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he dons the toga of politics, it's true, but most of the time ; fighting. A good many motorists ary E.S. Sasser, and CharlesC. "
passing along the highway also Builders' Hardware
his Williams. Qualified for two- Appliances
character
traits are developed long before he becomes a
politician. helped out. year terms are J. Wallace Admiral and Kelvin a tor Everything ia Building
A group of property owners on Cooper, and Verle Grant. In the Washers DryersTV
Lake Tsala Apopka asked the Mater iAl
race for Mayor for Carey Baxley's -
Therefore it is necessary, for good government, to considera Stereo & Hi-Fi
candidate's character. What is he really like? Is he fair and County Commission Tuesday to uncontested post are Don- See us for Complete
remove a fill in the Water Con-
honest? Can he be trusted?Does he have good principles? And: at i.z i. trol Authority's canal about two ald Bradshaw and James E. Home Furnishings
the risk of being accused of mixing religion and politics, is he a Conndr. Ilks
: miles north of the Withlacoo- Crystal River
The Homosassa home of Mr.
religious man? In our opinion, these considerations are much
chee River, and to build bridge and Mrs. David Brimmage was Phone 795-2489
more important than many citizens apparently believe them to be.
We hope you will think on this as you select your candidates in instead.spokesman S.R.for the Stephan was slightly damaged fire Saturd- SkinnersFurniture Supply C.
this and future elections.Wolves. group. day afternoon in their absence.
John B. Weed, 42, was sever- Neighbors put the blaze out.
ely injured when his pickup Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.Wat-

ReportedAt -- truck overturned several timeson son of Washington, D.C. hope to 15 Stores Ga., Ala. & Fla. CRYSTAL RIVER. FLA.
US 41 Friday afternoon. open their new motor court at Sandran Floor CoveringsWoodward
) 'I Headlines: Two Ex-Convicts Homosassa Springs Feb. 15.
FC Fire Dept. It Caught After 110 MPH Chase Miss Laura Zimmerman nof

,:,, \'-"l. On US |9; One Shot By State Crystal River was installed as RealtyOn WMlSticTort
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We are disappointed with what we hear from down Floral City \W.f; Trooper; Sheriff Hounds Lead president of the Citrus County .
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way, but to say we are surprised would be misleading. We are Says Deputy. To Wounded Man. Federation of Women's Clubs.
told that several crank calls and false alarms have recently been } The Rev. A.M. Morse Is Jesse's Motel, erected one U. .Route 19 Co.
made at the fire station. Needless to say, this is a serious pastor of the newly organized mile north of Homosassa
CRYSTAL RIVER
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offense. It's punishable by law, but to just what extent we are Baptist Mission at Holder. Springs, will be opened today. Pumping Service & Repelts
not sure. However, we should think that punishment would be H ere... Obituaries: Charles. Patton Obituary: John Thomas La- HOMES LOTSACREAGE

quite stiff for intentional false alarms and crank calls, especiallyif By Bob Tannehill Davenport, 51, Homosassa mon, 78, Hernando, native of
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adults are involved. n Springs, native of Catlettsburg, Graceport, Miss. and Sell Lintels Sills
We were among the numerous Mr. Gary has given much Ky.; Anthony lacobelli,67,Her- Eleven state senators were Buy Precast
Only recently the new department had a telephone and alarm guests of the Homosassa thought to this idea,perhaps because nando of Patterson, N.Y.; entertained in the county last With Confidence Steps
system Installed, along with an automatic switch. Whenever the Springs Chamber of Commerce he was once told by doct- Henry Charles Schneck, 49, weekend by Sam Pickard at his DONALD J. McBRlUE Business Phoae+ 726-1191
phone rings, the alarm is automatically activated, and will con- Fridy for the night premiere ors years ago that he probably Homosassa Springs, native of Paradise Point Villas on Cry- Real Broker Home Pheee 7262942
of the fabulous "The didn't have to live, a mat- St. Mich. Reg. Estate
tinue to blare out over the community until the nearest volunteer showing long Joseph stal River. Route 1 South Inverness
fireman arrives on the scene to answer the call. It can be very Mermaids and the Pirate"per- ter of days. Mrs. George W. Scofield was Birth: a daughter to Mayorand Phone 795-2652 ,
disturbing, to say the least, to feel that someone is alerting formance at Week Wachee Which reminds me of some- installed as Royal Matron of Mrs. Carey Baxley on Feb.
firemen--an entire community nothing more than a false Spring. thing poet James Montgomerywrote Guelda Cress Court, Order of 3.
alarm.There is the old story we all know, about crying "Wolf I" One of Florida's most exciting : "Tomorrow--oh, 'twill the Amaranth, Ocala.
fong enougti.A and breath-taking attractions -' never be, if we should live a TEN YEARS AGO

Week Wachee is definitely thousand years I Our time is all Major Bellamy managed to.
P! There was some opposition to this kind of alarm system from an asset to Citrus County today, today, The same, though lead the field of cowboys parti-
the start. But the department's primary concern was to avail and other west coast ateas. changed; and while itflies,With cipating in the FFA rodeo last
itself of some type of alarm just as soon as possible. Naturallya As an official of the crowded still small voice the moments week by a few points to remain

fire department is worth little if it can't be summoned by the extravaganze put it, "We are not say: "Today, today, be wise,be the county's champion cowboy.He .
r citizens on a moment's notice. But we feel the situation shouldbe striving to make Weeki Wachee wise." crowned Lorene Jordan as. '.
remedied, if possible, by changing the alarm technique. Spring the biggest attraction in *...... f Rodeo Queen.

the state, but we're going to Saturday was Groundhog Day, The Bushnell Gators edged by
It's no secret (and we dislike opening an old wound) that a make it the best." And they're but it slipped by without much the Hurricanes 38-31 Friday

number of Floral City residents have been and are still opposedto certainly doing it. This latest comment. Reckon down here it night, with Jack Hays scoring 14
the present fire department leadership..about which we have production is the best yet, and don't make too much differenceif points to lead the locals. Tues- -
already said our part. And although it wasn't proved that any of the added attractions are also the groundhog sees his shadowor day night Webster's Bulldogs

the crank calls and false alarms were intentionally from any being improved.The not.I nipped the 'Canes 32-38, with
known source, the possibility is there. Besides, a false alarm seafood dinner at the recollect hat as a young- Hays again leading the losers.An .
Innocently or purposefully brought about is still a false alarm. Patio Restaurant preceeding the ster growing up in western ordinance granting a new
Cry "Wolfl"' long enough and it could be disasterous. peformance gave Henry C. North Carolina we cornered a 30-year franchise to Florida LIVE BETTER

Barnes II, president of the Ho- big fat groundhog way back un. Power Corp. was passed by the .
mosassa Springs CofC, an opportunity der a huge rock on the side of Crystal River Town Council Ct R1 P -

Road Rangers Club to expound on the the mountain. Took us nearly Monday night. CouncilwomanBell
I I merits of Weeki Wachee andS half a night before we got that Land offered the only opposition
unco as t Florida. booger smoked out with pine explaining that she II
Worth The EffortsWith Although many are sighing relief knots. Can't say the taste was saw no reason to tie the town
that they live outside the worth it, either. down to a 30-year franchise
little month of city, this is one election in ******* "when
just more than a &e new year underway we are entering an age
Citrus County chalks up her first traffic death. How many more which your editor would relish An interesting newspaper was when entirely new vistas are ,
before'the next 11 months are off thecalendarHow many more the opportunity to vote. We sin- sent to me the other day. It's opening up in heating and light-

needless, useless tragedies on our county highways during 1963? cerely trust that you who are "The Dodge City(Kansas)Daily Ing." II i jIi;;
We were fortunate in 1962, if we can consider seven needless qualified to cast ballots will do Globe. And it's a special edition ..:::/ lfMjjfJJJ1};
road deaths fortunate. This is compared, of course, to he 13 so come Feb. 19. (see today'seditorial for the tourist trade. ,

traffic fatalities during the previous year. ) The paper is made up mostlyof Citrus County
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One thing that stands out in these local statistics is the fact reprint stories from 19th
that, oddly enough, the highway deaths are not the result of Tuesday is Lincoln's birthday, century issues of The Globe.
teenage drivers. Why is this so unusual? Because although the and in his memory we offer The main story concerns the ChronicleSERVING FROM PLANS TO COMPLETION. .

age category in which more road deaths occur in other; states is these choice sayings from the murder of Marsahll Bat Mast-

between 25 and 34, it is between 14 and 19 in the state of Florida. mouth of Abe: erson, April 16, 1878, by a '
Why isn't this trend carried through in Citrus County? "Better to remain silent and "pistol toting drunk." ALL CITRUS COUNTY

Partly because "luck", to be sure, because teenage drivers be thought a fool than to speakout On June 25, 1878, the pub- Published every Thursday by COMFORT

.from out of county, out o! state pour through our county every and remove all doubt." lishers of the Globe noted, the Citrus County Publishing
day in automobiles. But what about our own youth? Why are "I must stand with anybodywho "We're Still Alive, After Six Co. at 107 N. Apopka St.. Inverness dw1ckiCI
Citrus County teenagers evidently more cautious drivers? We stands for right, and part" Months," noting they were making Florida. Establishedin lJrJJtJ : : CONVENIENCE;;
feel two factors are involved. First of all, there is the driver with him when he goes wrong. money by not catering to 1890. Entered as second -
education program in which area youth are participating. Then, "Die when I may, I want it certain influences and that they class mail at the post officeat VL7V
we must put some credit at the feet of a unique organizationin said of me by those who know had survived smashing of win- Inverness, Florida. VALUE
our county-the Road Rangers Safety Club, in Crystal River.. me best that I always plucked a dows. .
We sat in on the Road Rangers' annual dinner program Monday thistle and planted a flower It's a cleverly done news- HERMAN W. GOLDNER,
night. We heard this year-old organization .of young men and where"1 thought a flower would paper, and you're welcome to President

women lauded by representatives of various limbs of law enforce- grow. look it over anytime you're in ROBERT L. CHAMBERLAIN; fY YOUR MEDALLION HOME the com **
And we'll ,
throw thls'n ,
ment. And we want to add our modest praise for them here. in for the Chronicle office. Publisher

The Road Rangers Safety Club has attracted favorable comments good measure: "I don't know BOB G. TANNEHILL way to carefree, total electric living.I Whether
from diverse sections of the state for their activity and their who my grandfather was and I Take a little longer on your News Editor

ideals. They are a "first" for Florida. But, if we don't miss am much more concerned to trip. It's better than not getting RUSSELL FORD AdvertisingSCY
you are planning to build remodel look forward
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know there at all.My or
what his grandson will ,
our bet, there will be similar clubs all over the state before HIBBARD JK.,

many years. be. ******* Production Supt. to an electric cooking center, electric water
We also witnessed a gruesome color movie in grim detail of
some of the most tragic highway accidents in Florida In recent The county paper has been Neighbors Subscriptions, $3.50 a year in heater
years. It revolted our stomachs, to put it mildly. It made us busily printing booklets for two Citrus, Marion Hernando Levy electric washer and dryer and
more conscientious of our driving habits--and of others'. It local residents the past week. and Sumter counties 6 months
reminded us of the tragedy in our midst just this week But it Mrs. Anne E. Kelley of Eden fi i. $2.25. Elsewhere in U.s. $4.50a clean, flameless electric heat'and coofcag.

also made us grateful for such organizations as the Road Rangers Gardens has authored a samll year 6 months $3.00; $5.50a
Safety Club..a valuable and unusual service started with support uhiP i 1\1L\ year in Canada.Subscriptions Plan your home to make use of all the
of county law enforcement departments, by our youth. Gardens! has authored a small mailed outside Florida part of
booklet entitled. "The Two' 1' the year take the $4.50 rate. work-saving electric appliances, and make sore
Houses of Israel".

What's. Our Fire Department Number And Frank R. Coutant, well When address is changed,send to ask your contractor about Light for Living,
known traveller,lecturer writer -
the Chronicle both your old and

-J and photographer, now has a your new addresses. New address the low cost, sight-saving way to make<< we
booklet
"< < entitled "RogersPass".the '. alone is not sufficient.

I(L (( \-\ 32J -' dian through Rockies.the impassable impossible Cana-road IA>' ?a THE CHRONICLE is member of interior design. .

of Florida Press Association'
( ******* QW Plan a complete home . a AA.daglofl.
V ( v-a f Citrus County I
I >A :; According to "The Sheriff'sStar" Chamber Commerce When ;' : .'
Tampa lovers in a park- "She really" dishes it out Crystal River your building or remodeling.' R .... ,
ed car were so enraptured with that way! Chamber of Commerce
.. the ecstacy of a midsummer comfort and convenience wH come ;5: v-i

night that they failed to notice ..4.;' ... .-

the arrival of deputy sheriffs. from a flip of'the swch.siircvz1. -. Vjf, .

e When they did, love flew out .
the door with the boy going one & . jIi1
way and the girl the other, in

II the nUde-according to the -ne ..,
( 0 01 sheriff's department files.(And -.as aTAIUSIU__.a.Airt t?TEAM OForaoctu i/ .
that's the naked truth t) riuoa..loll taegt txc v ..mei uuoSNS roratK CAMMM OOUKO
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ONE WALL STREET NEW YORK 5 f71 FLORIDA POWBft OOftf OftATtON
Bill Gary well known local I

\ nurseryman What is the one, asks thing this that question every: Stocks, Bonds Mutual Funds l L!]rot! TAX-'AYlMJ. INVHrM&aaw IMI'MW

Inverness. ....726-2221 Jj 11 persons has, and of which no
man can deny him OCALA BRANCH
1 Floral City....126-2260 His answer is "24 hours of Phon. 622-7294 collect

each day," and he's concerned 401 E._ Silver Springs Blvi.
Crystal River..795-2696 about how it should be used.





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INVERNESS PERSONALSMrs. d a4p Inverness RoofingNo

Mae Henley 726-1822-

=: Pam Baxley, daughter of Mr. ed at a surprise birthday party Job Too Large Or Too Smill
and Mrs. Carey Baxley, cele- at his home Saturday night.
brated her tenth birthday with a Present were Mr. and Mrs. "
party at her home on Gospel Arsonault, Mrs. Florence Dra- No Down PayHiit 5% Ink Fi..Kiq
Island. Sixteen of the young set per, Mrs. Magdelena Fuderer, j j;
A were on hand. Mrs. Jeanette Glenn, Mrs. : Up To 5 Years To Fey.Sp.clollsls .
and Mrs. Hamill 4e
Mr. Hugh
Catherine Goodrich, Father
spent three days Cocoa Beach James Hoge, Mrs. Marie Mann, I. AM Types Of Rt.H fi
last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Miss Genevieve Zimmermanand
L James Crilley. While there they Mrs. William S. Bamber. Phone 726-1591
saw a mlssle take off. Recent visitors of Mr. and -
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Doubles was 'f
Mrs. Floyd E. Yandle was their Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brinkerof r Ax
TIJdecomtor daughter and family Mr. and Pittsburg Penn. Y
Mrs. Jack willis and sons from Mrs. Catherine Steinback Is OCALA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Tampa. home from the hospital. s. LrI I Ir
Miss Dorothy Sweitzer is home Weekend guests of Mr. and
for a short visit,she is a studentat Mrs. Ruben Underwood were
Stetson. Mrs. Underwood's brother and
Guests of Mr.and Mrs.Walter'A. wife. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nobleof
Turner, Hlllcrest Estates St. Petersburg. S. lie.
were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ecgls Furiltvrs S. ft Supply

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Squire from Windsor, Vt. Company2nd : >> Your Ht 4quaft.f. IB
S@1'YICeJL Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A.Simpson OSWTAL
of Mount Dora spent several "elM.DOUa Ocala Far Finest
Y days with Mr. and Mrs. W. OCALA, FLORIDAFor L1iHII and BrtimiaaMatesInI
.Winston Klyce. Your HomeFurniahinr .*
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cor- *
} % 70 &rt1qeed j nel Green are Mrs. Winifred' WING I 4 w. Catty A Comp etc LI itIn ;.Our Prices Are Extra Low
Hart and her daughter Mrs. James S. Hutchins Bushnell 207 West Lincoln Street
Dorothy Scheafer from War Frederic L. Walker, Inverness BABY FURNITURE OCALA, FLORIDA
0 JL1Jow wick, R.I.Visiting. Helen Fountain, Crystal River i s CASH OR EASY TERMS _Phonej4A 9-5609R..fh'i
: Mr. and Mrs. Clappare John Miller, Inverness
Mr. and Mrs. Brawn from Ella S. Lewis, Crystal River
Revere Mass. Lee Berkowitz Inverness
Home for the weekend was Bessie Pierce Crystal River
Miss Pamela O'Toole a student THIS SPACE AVAILABLE '
Carl M. Christiansen, UJ pl.t Roofiag ServiceReteofiag
nurse at OrangeMemorialHos- Floral City Can 7W-MU and Kepu&agReal
pital Orlando. Wesley J. Williams Floral City ATTEND
BALL-Inverness residents Alma dead al Coaaeccial
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.W. or
Glenn Charles Coleman Phillips and F.H. MeClement were guests at the recent Robert
Bennett of Gospel Island were Hernando E. Lee Ball in Tampa. Held at the Temple Terrace Civic Center,
Major and Mrs. Frank Baker Maud Strubel Inverness Bullt-Up Asphalt
the ball was sponsored by Headquarters Division, Florida Con-
and children from Tampa;their Colleen LaGuna Inverness federate Army. Three hundred attended the Invitational affair 4&be.,s clay Tile
daughter, Miss Catherine Allen Ruth H. Lightfoot InvernessAda which featured many quai.it! costumes for the ladies.
from Atlanta and their son L. Filyaw Dunnellon MurI.i HHfiItAND
ADVERTISE IN THE CHRONICLE John O. who is on a two weeks William F. Hines, Ocala .
leave from Keesler Field.Miss. Joyce Cannon, Ocala First Semester Honor StudentsCitrus ROOFING,CO.,OCALA
Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Bal- William Fke.$ Corydon Ind. Phoae: MAson 2.4072
asch Sr. and family of Gospel Betty Fike Corydon, Ind. High School announces Judy Williamson, Bobby Ros- 306 N. Orange 'Sstea
Island spent Saturday in Moss Ruth Schneider, honor roll students for the third cow, Ty Spencer.9th .
Bluff visiting Mrs. Balasch's Georgetown Ind. six weeks period and first grade Sharon Maddox TOYS BOOKS MODELS SEE US FOR
parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lawrence Miller, Lecanto semester as follows: Elaine Mc Lain.Mary AnnMed- GAMES GYM SETS Ski I Tools
: Osborne.Mr. Roy S. Cole Floral City 7th grade Stan Dommerts lint Annette Nichols Joan Pos- WADING POOLS PlumUitf"
and Mrs. Ruben Under- Anna M. Weaks Inverness Philip Johnson Cynthia Brown, piech, Ellen Rooks,Donna Sells, Lumber
wood and their daughter Mrs. WING IILuddie JUVENILE FURNITUREFree
Martha Ann Hair Cherron Mc Earl Ogden Sandra Baxley *
Anthony Pisano from N.Y.spent Bostick, Dunnellon Elroy Deanna Peake, Susan Suzanne Butts. Jannice Dom-' Gift Wrapping, Dtve. Paints
the weekend in Miami visiting Lucy J. Williams, Inverness Pospiech, Mike Butts 'Walter mert, Terry Eden, Helen Har- Courteous Service Member Berkley Pimtp. *
Mrs. Pisano's sisterinlawand Sharon Etta Bellamy Inverness Connelly. Bertha Croft, Linda dee Ann Kabrich Spike Fitzpatrick Toy Guidance Council Inc. SflSftfln' TwfU
her niece and their famil Levi Presley Hernando Deal Jeanette McDonald Kath- Bobby Henigar, Tom Lawn Mowers
iTA ies. Rebecca Seabrook, Palmetto lene Niblack, Suzanna Yandle.8th Infantino. Don Kelly. Jack &. Jill Atlas Alra "ewerwer."- s
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. U.A. DISCHARGESWING grade Joe Brannen 10th grade Pat Johnson"
Miller are Mrs. Millers Sister, IDiedrfa Debbie Castel Nita Hall Mary Karen Baxley, Barbara Caulk Toy Snap ,Morton
Mrs. Harry H. Frey of Pitts- K. Williamson Ann Jones Debbie Lattin Jennice Hair, Lynda Sells, HARDWARE CO.
burg Penn.; her niece. Mrs. Francis W. Williams Sydnia Spann, Lyndia Channell, Sharron Smith Sharon Spafford Pine Street Slopping Center RJOQC MA 2-3181
\ .." M.H. Mawhiney of McKees Sally Mae Johnson Martha Yandle. Phone MA 2-4441 Ocala FU
\ Rocks Penn. and her brother- Carrie Slone 11th grade John Johnson, OCALA. FLORIDA, 17 No Magnolia
in-law Mr. Harry Middleton of Harry Van Norrwick Funeral Held Annabelle Armstrong Elsie
Winchester O. Ray M. Fillinger Croft, Sandy Hutchins, Sandra Florida Railroad Commission Ocala Lmibtr
THE [LUMBERMAN SEZ: Visiting Mrs. Jeanette Glenn William D. Maney Kant. Diane King. Ilene Kinney, Pecoit No. 31
monday were Mr. and Mrs.Fred Ada Kohnop For Mrs. Dollt Voncile Rogers. Paula Sandlin, LOCAL AND LONG Coop any, uu:.
Wiley and Mrs. Wiley's sister Katie Giddens Jeanne Stillfried WandaTuggy, DISTANCE MOVING
from Nantucket Island Mass. John Miller Dunnellon funeral services for Aleta Youells. Since 1928Collier's
Recent of Mr. and Maudee K. You Build Better with Kill
guests Johnson
Mrs. Nora Louise Dollt were 112th grade -Clarissa George, 1
,Mrs. N.J. Marshall were Mr. Edwin J. Adler held Saturday afternoon,follow- Janet Rasley, Pam Shipp,Lynn- rerml.alWarehouse Dried Lus>b<<
Plan and Build and Mrs. W.A. Weed from Columbus WING II ing her death on Wednesday at ette Stephens. Fredia Williamson. A complete line of -
Ga.Winter Ida Watkins Citrus Memorial Hopsital. She BUILDING MATERIALSBIRD
From Our residents, Mr. and Arzula Chestnut was 54. ROOFING
0 Mrs. Henry Menscheing of Sharon Etta Bellamy Mrs. Dollt was a native of PRATT&LAM BERT PAINTS
M Lumber Pile Crown Point. Ind. celebrated Rebecca Seabrook Mobile, Ala., but had made her HIGHLANDS & Van Co. GYPS ON
their forty eighth wedding an- BIRTHS sub- '
the
home in River Heights Cot. Osceola and Taylor St.
niversary with a dinner at Fes- To Mr.andMrs.Albert LaGuna division for the two and a
past OCALA, FLORIDA 1214 N. .Magnolia
tas Restaurant. Guests were Inverness, a boy on 2-3-63. half FAITH CHAPEL
years. Office Phone MA 28377COMPLETE Oea1.lt..
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gale. Fountain -
She is survived Jjy her husband -
Mich,; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Albert Dollt of River Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
SAVE on QUALITYBU1UD1IMG Hammond, Traverse, Mich.; Honor Roll Heights; three sisters Mrs. Prayer Singing Study SERVICE FOR
Mr. Lewis Wind Cleveland.0.; Clara Bunyard of Mobile Ala., TRAILERS PARTS-SUPPLIES
Mrs. Jeanette Glenn. Mr. Bar- Mrs. Mae Daughenbaughof Port -SUNDAY SERVICES COMPLETE REPAIR WilliaMs'Radiator
T ney Berbaum and daughter Mrs. Youth NamedCRYSTAL Matilda Pa., and Mrs.Nathalie Church School..10:00: a.m. SERVICE
Elizabeth from Cleveland,
Ohio. Hiss Hildreth of Prichard Ala.; two Worship.......... 11:00: a.m. Suburban Trailer
RIVER--Localhigh brothers Raymond and Joseph Service
William S.Bamber was honor- of Mobile. Evang. Service.730
both
Griffin p.m.
school students making the hon-
or roll for the past six weeks The funeral was held at the JAY & ELSIE PRENTISS Works & Park
include three youths listed on, Dunnellon Methodist Church V SPECIALIZING IN
the "A" rolls. They are Ver- with the Rev. W.R. Howell for Pastors FRONT END AND BRAKE
non Bertlne Charles Blackford, mer pastor, officiating. Inter- Phone 726-8683 South Dixie Highway & Ocala SERVICE
South
and James Carte. ment was in Rockwell Ceme- Time Dixie Highway 307 West 10th St.Ocala Florida
r Prayer for Sick Any
Ocala Florida
Dunnellon.Porter Funeral Phone 622-7910
tery
"B" honor roll students for
in of Cordial Welcome to You!. Phone 622-6249
the period include the following: Home was charge arrange-
1R1? dl Wayne Blanchard, Cindy Bow- ments.
man, John Bowman Billy Bry-

x.Our Dumas ant.Richard Virginia DeSimone Dumas, Dinah Kathy Local and Un| DIstMU MIV"

Durbin Lucy Durbin Ginger Every Friday

!TMT Business IsTo Fillmon Vernon; Gilliland, Joe Hem- Hill's v.. Strvkt
bree, Mary Jean Houghtalin Fish & Chips
Help Preserve Paige Houghtalin Edith Keith
I Tom King, Jim Langenmayr, TERMINAL Comer Hog & N. Phi. St. Highway

: Your Loved Ones Pat, Linda Langenmayr Locklear, ,Ronald Marsha Lewis Lee- 11 A Ji. to 5 P.M. Ocala Florida

Names In Ageless Lucht; 95$ TWO PHONES TO SERVE YOU: MA 2-3942 & MA 27179Riddle
Nancy Morrison, Ann Priest.
p Martha Beth Reeves, Debbie Restaurant
Stone. Visit Us And Sanders, Sharon Sommers,William -
Earl Sparkman Mary Ann PACKING STORAGE CRATING
See Our Displays Taylor, Eddie Tolle, Johnny Inverness
Williams Susan Willis Kathy
Wilson and Jessie Dean Wood-
LaPerle ward.
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plaintive expression baby
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Contest March 15 t" ..........,.,
National Math '' .
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CRYSTAL RIVER--This year The three highest scores made .
the National Math Contest will by the contestants will form a
be March 15. This contest is team score. This combinedscore Jan. 24 through Jan. 29. 1963 Dodge to Evelyn M. & Leon . Specializing In
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for above-average high school will compete with other LaoeLots 3. 4 & 5, Block H. ." . .
students who have completed top scores in the nation. The Gulf Highway Land. Corp. to US 19 #3 Addition Subdivision. "
elementary and intermediate highest scorer from CRSH will Philip R. & Charlotte Grum- Rainbow Estates to Sanford : .. ..
algebra and plane geometry. receive a special award. bach; Lot 1, Block H of Gulf & Shirley Greenberg; Lot 3. . TKE
Block 1. Unit 2, Rainbow Es-
James Carte and Charles Highway Land.RiverLakes.
Blackford who entered last Manor Inc. to tates. Home Loans
year will be re-entering again face Keep closed the bottom If the half upper of your.half Ethel M. Dutill; Lot 22, Block Rainbow Estates to Benjamin& ,-'-, .-, .- ..".'; . . .
this year. Some juniors will isn't working. 21. Unit 1 of River-Lakes Jean Myers; Lot 2. Block 1,
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also take part. Manor. Unit 2. Rainbow Estates. ;. -
Fern S. Hasek to Maurice E. Rainbow Estates to Norman &
.& Kathleen A. Jennings; Lot 9 Pauline Americus; Lot 1,Block
'" "U " ;'; " :" "" ""' '- Block F of Gospel Island Home- 1. Unit 2. Rainbow Estates. Home .

_..1 : sites.Michael & Janet Eckis to Dora H.D.Steinberg& Miriam Flei H. Bowman man;Villa to-

Phillip H. & Mabel K.Edwards: Sites addition to Homosassa.Lot I
Land in Sect. 30 & 31.17S. 19E. 25 to 30 incl. Block 27. ImprovementLoans
Katherine Jones formerly less portion of said lot in NW
Katherine Scardasis & Louie 1/4 SE 1/4 Sect. 34 and Lot
-... Jones her husband to John 9, less portion in SW 1/4 of
Theodore Scardasis; land Jn the NE 1/4 Sect 34. Block 27. O J. "LANNY" FERO. who recently passed his life Insurance
City of Inverness. Lawrence W. & Mildred E. examination. Is shown above being congratulated by his father.
Laundry Dry Cleaning & Rug ServiceWe E.C. & Helen H.Nance to M.C. Koncelik to Dorothy F. Muller Dan Fero (right). General Insurance Agency. Dunnellon after
& Ola Mae Morris; Lot 6,Block Lots 68 to 71 both incl., in Lanny a licensed life agent representing Aetna Life InsuranceCo.
pick up and deliver 3 times a week in the Inverness and 10, Unit 1, in Apache Shores. Block 21, Unit 1, Inverness ., joined his father in business.The agency was formally owned
Crystal River Area. Garland B. Potterfield AKA Highlands. by Charles Merriken and has been located at the same Dunnellon Insured
G.B. Potterfield to Jean Bittin- Rainbow Estates to S am & address (Parkview Hotel Bldg. for over 35 years. Lanny hopes to SavingsPhone
FOR SWIFT. EFFICIENT SERVICE PHONE OR WRITE ger & W.J. Dailey; Tract 10, Sophia Faiello. Lot 15. Block F join his father as partner of General Insurance upon qualifying In
Potterfield Citrus Acres. Unit 1. Rainbow Estates.Chassahowitzka future examinations. --phote by Flo's Photograph
Ocala Laundry & Dry Cleaners Woodland Estates Inc. to C. River Estates
Marvin & Effie Mae Bennet; lot Development Corp. to Jesse H. CR
35 Block 4. Woodland Estate Loggans Lots -7 & 8, Block A. High School NewsCRYSTAL 796-4831
Ocala, Florida : Citrus County Land Bureau Unit 4, Chassahowitzka River
Inc. to David Bonura; Lot 56 to Estates. RIVER--Last Friday Lloyd George on February 8.
402 So. Main Street Phone 622-8301 63 both incl.. in Block 79. Unit William M. Spiller to Homo- girls from the Home Eco- Last year's classes made this
3, Inverness Highlands. sassa Village Inc.Land inSect. nomics I class supervised a visit and learned about oral
Citrus County Land Bureau 26-19S-16E. party for the first grade stu- hygiene.The CURRENTS
Inc. to Joseph A &Ardelle Pan- Glenn A. & Lettie L. Bland to dents. This was in connectionwith assembly on Feb. 15 will
ici; Lot 23 to 26 & Lot 63 to Forrest W. Seavers; Lot 14 & their study of dairy pro- be presented by the CRHS band DIVIDEND
Beautiful Citrus.Coun'ty 70 all incl.. Block 121. Unit 3. 15, Block A. Bucksin Reserve. ducts. Refreshments served under the direction of Mr. L.A. COMPOUNDED 4 1/2.
Inverness Highlands. Bluecress Corp. to Harry W. were cheese sandwiches, ice Luttrell at 8:30 a.m. in the high
Citrus County' Land Bureau & Ruth C. Kline; Lot 10. BlockE. cream and chocolate milk. On school auditorium. 8EMIANNUALLYUse
Inc. to Thomas H. & EvelineM. Withlacoochee River Hills Tuesday and Wednesday they Monday..February 11.there
Dacey; Lot 121 to 124 both incl.. Unit 3.Earl. served as assistants in Mrs. will be no school in the Crystal
in Block 91, Unit 3, Inverness Lee & Ola Mae Wil- Winn's first grade room when River schools. This is the day
Highlands. liams tcSamuel Bruce & Ruby they taught Nutrition as part that the annual Gasparilla par-
Citrus County Land Bureau. Alma Ward; Lot 9, Bird's Sub- of the unit on Child Development. ade takes place in Tampa.
Inc. to Anthony Santangelo; Lot division. These projects were under The assembly on February 1.
38 to 41 both Incl.. Block 89, F.R. & Mary Sanderson to the supervision of Mrs. was presented by the seventh
Unit 3, 'Inverness: Highlands. Louis C. Rosetti Jr., Peter T. Nancy Price Home Economics grade under the direction of the
Citrus County Land Bureauto Lenas Hallard J. Greer and instructor.Mr. sponsor, Mrs. Nancy Price.
Peter & Isabelle Nannl; Lot James L. Demoully; Lot 9, Tom Price minister of Radio programs were depictedwith
8 to 13 both incl. Block 1. Unit Block 9, Crystal Acres. the Crystal River First metho- Scotty Barnes as radio
6, Inverness Highlands. Rolling Oaks Corp. to FrancisX. dist church has accepted an commercial announcer. A skit
Citrus County Land Bureauto & Ethel Huber; Lot 29.Block invitation from the Class of from outer space and one show
Edwin S. Collins; Lot 22 to 25 6. Unit 1, Beverly Hills.Chattei. 1963 to speak at the Baccalaureate ing a class in action were feat-
both incl.. Block 134, Unit 4. service to be held on ures. Several other numbers
Moss Oaks Trailer Court Inverness Highlands. 4.H Sunday. May 26, in the CRHS were highlights of this program.
Citrus County Land Bureauto auditorium. Other churches in
fed i- < Ritz J. Diozzi; Lot 34 & the community will be asked to Telephone Dick Pope and the
35 in Block 271 Inverness High- By ROYCE WILLIAMSAsst. assist with the program. operator will say 'Beautiful
lands. County Agent Students enrolled In the kinder- GREEN Cypress Gardens;: to r I
The Chronicle Went Adv
Citrus county Land Bureau garten classes will be taken on illustrate the fact that the recent -
Inc. to Ernst & Frieda Kamm- Southeastern Livestock Show: a field trip to the offices of freeze failed to destroy
olz; Lots 39. 40 & 41 in Block The Citrus County 4-H Live- Dr. Alfred Phillips and Dr. Florida's mostfamous gardens.;
297 Inverness Highlands So. stock Judging Team participated -
Citrus County Land Bureau in the Southeastern Livestock II
Inc. to Soud L. &Nadia S.Tara- Show Judging Contest at Ocala
zi; Lots 5 to 8 both incl.. Block Saturday February 2nd. Those
171. Unit 9. Inverness HIgh- representing Ctrus Countywere A
lands. : Bryne Parker, Eugene FUTUREL
Citrus County Land Bureau. Rooks Steve Peterson and .
#2.. Inc. to Fayek L. & Mal- Robert Croft.
vina Tarazi; Lot 1 to 4 both Poultry Exhibits State Fair L _
incl.. Block 171. Unit 9. Inver- Citrus County 4-H Clubs have' r
ness Highlands 20 hens exhibited at the Florida
Citrus County Land Bureau. State Fair. Those exhibitingthese Lake Tsala Apopka
#2, Inc. to Edward A. & Santina hens are: Eugene Rooks
Brouillet; Lots 50 to 54 both Max Davis. Jack Edson. and
Serenity is the theme at f Moss: Oaks Trailer Court, depicted incl., Block 152. Unit 9. Inverness J.T. Bedford. All of these are
in photo above where high and dry lots are shadedby Highlands. members of the Poultry Judg- .AKeating
majestic oak trees. Located just south of Inverness on Citrus County Land Bureau ing Team that will represent
Hwy 41 the court offers special year-around rates as well #2. Inc. toFloyfc Virginia Kehr; Citru County at the State Fair
as trailer for rent. The Moss Oaks is another reason why Lots 122 to 126 both incl Block Poultry Judging Contest on Feb- VODUUO\ Park
169. Unit 9. Inverness High- ruary 15th. ,
visitors love to stop in Inverness. lands. Host and Hostess Team:

Owen M. & Mary M. Hooe to Citrus County was representedat
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Tomb rUn
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Block: A, Allen Subdivision Unit Wednesday. February 6th with a : ,
Fishing Cottages Trailer Court Sales #3. Host and Hostess Team at the 1 Home
James E. & Ida May Cain to State 4-H Booth in the Electric
Lake Tsala ApopkaHERNANDO High-Dry-Shady Andrew B. & Mary E. Cash; Building Annex. Those repre-. r
FLA. Lot 220. Unit 3, River Gardens senting Citrus County were
ADULTS ONLY
Specialize in FamilyVacationing. Malcolm F. & NanceyM.Mickand Bryne Parker. Fred Reed
H. Vincent & Margaret D. Linda Ruth Harvill and Fredia t
Special Year-round Rate Thornton to Charles D. & Mar- Williamson;The group answered -
One mile to churches, TRAILERS FOR RENT garet E. Roberts; Lot 5. Block questions on the 4-H Club
stores and restaurants. 25. Unit 5. Hickory Hill Re- program in Florida. The group ::
MODERN EFFICIENT Hwy. 41 S. Inverness treats. was accompanied by Royce Williams ,1 ....,ale rr; .
COTTAGES WITH GAS OR William A. & Helen B. Spark- and Ray Baxter.
ELECTRIC KITCHENS Phone 726-1212 man to County Board of Public Hustling Cloverettes:
Phone 726-4486 Instruction 0 f Citrus County The Hustling Cloverettes 4-H. -..
State of Florida; Lands in Sect. Club had a work meeting on Jan-
21-18-17. uary 21st at Jennice Hair's
V/oody's Motor Court Florence V. Pratt AKA F.V. house. They are working on,
Orange Hotel Ceramic Tiled Showers Pratt and J.G. Pratt her hus- decorative jewelry boxes.Many .{A. NM
Newly Decorated band to Edwin P. Buell. Lot 5 ideas were suggested for future
EVERYTHING TO MAKE YOU Block 18 Town of Homosassa. projects. Refreshments were
Right In the COMFORTABLE AWAY FROM Lester F. & Katherine C. served by leaders Mrs. Fred-
Heart of Town HOME! die Hair. Mrs. Ethel Corrigan Lot Size 75' x 189' 2 B.R. -'19'-2" x 14' Uving Roo.
Separate Units, away from and Mrs. Coy Sandlin.Retired .
Very Cozy highway noise, quiet and

Rooms by where relaxation is Group New Two Bedroom HIlle F....

Day Week or Month predominant.Commercial .
Reasonable Rates Rates. 4 acres { 4 a Beautiful view(
Will Meet
Mon.
Ph. for parking Commercial h
726-1821 .
trucks. S - J of Lake Tsala Apopka from 3.......woMer-
U.S. 41 & 44- Ph. 7263865. The Hernando-Citrus Chapter : ful cross ventilation modern kitchen now
776, Retired Federal Employees ,- ready and available for sale and immediate
WEEKEND RETREATS . will meet Monday at 12:30in occupancy in KEATING PARK.
Midtown Choice of 7 locations. Chassa- the Florida Power Lounge
lawitzka River Crystal River. !, Brooksville. Thomas Haught --., ---- +r Home with following feature:Lot size 75 x 189.
Trailer Park Inverness. Withlacoochee will preside and covered dish Ceramic tile bath; ceramic tile window sills;
Backwaters (3)) Withlacoochee e i luncheon will preceed the meet- screened patio; double sliding glass patio
1 block So. of Court House: River at Nobleton. e Ing with Mrs. George Schultzin r doors; glass lined electric wafer heater; Hot
SOME WITH PRIVATE charge of refreshments. Point range; Hot Point aye duo range vent
Back of Marty's Diner WATERFRONT PARK. BOAT Anyone who is a retired fed- systemfuU; circle drive way; covered all
Special Year 'Round Rates RAMPS & DOCKS.Average size eral employee and who would JA: weather home entry;awning.....>through.
Large Mobile Home Sites 60 x 140 from $395.00 to $595. care to join our group reminds out; lawn set and sprigged;auseeutrk there o-
Trailers for Rent Adults 00. $10.00 down. $10.00 per :: Helene O. Hamby. publi- :% '. 5r' stat beat system; birch cabinets; spacious
Month. No restrictions. Write city chairman is urged to con- closets and storage. Just completed --
Econ0-Y/ash/ for brochure. Glenn Bland Bill "1 r tact George Schultz. secretary immediate occupancy.
Inverness Phone 726.4371 Dicks Real Estate Dunnellon. at 726-1728. or write In his -
Ph. 489-2328 name to Box I.Inverness..or c Come by and see and inspect this limasfiil
write to the president. Thomas -,.. new addition to LAKE NIB UVB4S si
Haught. 405 N. Citrus Ave., KEATING PARK at Floral Cfcy.
Bunts Holiday HouseState e 1i InvernessAt
the last meeting Mr. Your inspection and oooperationKeating .......
Fishing Resort Haught donated a pair of glass
Road Ho. 44 on candle holders he made for
Lake Tsala p pkaVal door prize. Mrs. May W. McClure

Modern Crystal Cottages River, Florida planning was the a winner.bake sale The In groupis the READY FOR YOURINSPECTION

** Guides vinrude-Motors Boats EnterprisesU.S. near future. N 0 W't I Park

Ascale replica of the first
Air Conditioning TV Highway 41, South I ice-making machine Is on display FLOAAl CITY r
INVERNESS at the Dr. John Corrie
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HOC To Hear Judge- ScofieW, 14th sportsmen's BowlSTANDINGS H Happeied h Hernando New Peach tFlorawon'Produced

LECANTO-Tbe Home Demon- who would like to attend andpresqnt By MIL HAROLD ROBERTS
stration Club will hold its regular questions for discussion are and recommwdad by-
meeting a week from today (next tmit d. Recent guests at the home of and Mrs. Arthur Roth of Apache
Thursday at 2P.mat) the Lecanto Mr. and Mrs. William Mattis Shores. The occasion was the EXPERIMENT STATIONAt
FLORIDA
school, Mrs. A.J. Hurst, presi- r were their daughter and family. celebration of.Mrs. Crosby's
dent announces. The University of Florida'soffcampus Dr. and Mrs. Steves, of Tampa.Mr. birthday.Mr. Last
I Judge O. Frank Scofield will be advanced engineering HIS N HER LEAGUE Sportsmens Bowl 2634 and Mrs. William Claytonand Roscoe Parsley of Apache

.I His guest speaker will be for uFloridaLaws"the meeting. students instruction in five is areas reaching of 502 the January 28, 1963 HIGH TEAM GAME family, of St. Petersburg, Shores, left friday with his mobile A Delicious Peach Can Be Raised In Ftorkta.
topic
WON LOST Sportsmens Bowl 937 were weekend guests at the lodge and dogs for an extensive
Members of the club and others state this trimester. home of Mrs.Clayton's parents, hunting trip.
R&H Renes Bldrs. 7 1 R&H Renes 930 Landscape NurseryU.S.
Miss Milwaukee Deep HIGH IND. SERIES Mr. and Mrs. B.E. May Sr. Mrs. A.W. Craven vishes to
Sea Fishing 5 3 Carl Buzby 591 Glenn Coleman, son of Mrs. thank all mothers helping to make
Buzby Tax Service 5 3 Don Eiler 584 Fred Henley is a patient at 'the March of Dimes a success. Hwy. 41 No. & State Hwy. 44 East
Citrus Memorial Hospital witha They turned In over $100.00.Mrs. .
Springs Ceramic Studio 5 3 HIGH IND. GAME
BILL KEEN & SONS Cookie Cutters 5 3 Verl Grant 220 broken leg.Visitors Craven, president of PTA,
2 Carlson Realtor 4 4 Bob SLTion 217 of Mr. and Mrs. urges all to attend the next meet
Contractor Chick Chitty Ford 4 4 PIN,BUSTERS W.H. Ogle are Mr. and Mrs. ing to see the new transItor radio
0 Painting Connors Office Supply 4 4 Bowles Lumber Co. 15 1 Gassmann of Mich. purchased for the school. A film
Bennetts Rexall Drugs 3 5 I.G.A. Foodliner 14 2 Mrs. Joe Muldrow and daugh- will be shown by Mrs.Johnson
Interior ExteriorFloor Smith & Ogden 3 5 Winns Pharmacy 11 5 ters accompanied her mother, Feb. 12 at 8 p.m.Cattlemen.
Segars Real Estate 2 6 Dampiers Mannequins 11 5 Mrs. J.D. Sulton of Orlando, to Fay Emerson PaintsYour
S.
Sanding and Finishing Dolphin Deep Sea Fishing 1 7 Metz Home Builders 30 6 Carolina to visit Mrs. sulton's -
Licensed and Insured HIGH TEAM SERIES Johnstons Fill Dirt 10'6 son, Williard, who is attending to
Buzby Tax Service 2020 Sweat's 8 8 school there.They ,also Choice Many'---' '
Floor Tile P.O. Box 734 Miss Milwaukee 1983 Acme Hardware 7 9 stopped Georgia to visit re-
Wall Paper Wildwood, Fla. HIGH TEAM GAME Floral City Cash Grocery 4 12 latives. Meet in OcalaOCALAFreerunning ""
and Hanging Ph. 748-5861 '"" 748-3031 Buzby Tax Service 694 Weeds Honey Dippers 2 14 Weekend guests at the homeof Beautiful Colors _ 11
Connors Office Supply 681 Dunkel Court 2 14 Mrs. G.W. Bellah were, her horses .
HIGH IND. SERIES Coffee Kettle 2 14 daughter and family of Gaines- and a dare-deviltrickriderwUl
Dale Walter 567 HIGH TEAM SERIES ville, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Far- provide the final thrilling touches 1 Gal. $3.98

Carl Buzby 565 Acme Hardware 2225 rell.Mrs. to this year's three-day
FISH "n" FUN Edith Cumberland 526 ., I.G.A. Foodliner 2178 Alley visisted her son Sou t h eastern Championship 2 Gal. $6.98
Evelyn Hood 524 .' HIGH TEAM GAME at Gulfport, Miss. Rodeo here Friday and Satur-
,Miss Peggy Joe Jackson spent day.
HIGH IND. GAME Dampiers Mannequins 772
On Beautiful Lake Tsala Apopka Harry Smith 204 I.G.A. Foodliner 770 the weekend with her parents, Jimmie Adams, expert Roman
Charles Fitzpatrick 203 HIGH IND. SERIES Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Jackson. rider, and his handsome sor-
Bob Simon 203 Maxine Edwards 525 Miss Myra Roberts has returned rles, the Red Rockets, will be
F ont Edith Cumberland 198 Clara Walter 517 to Gordon Kellar Schoolof the top attraction for the rodeo
LAKE HOMES Helen Rolph 195 HIGH IND. GAME Nursing at Tampa.Mr. which winds up a 10-day packed d ro t t'l
View FIRST NIGHTERSPure Estelle Scott 198 and Mrs. Bob Shaw of Southeastern Festival. Hardware '
Oil Fire Birds 10 2 Edith Cumberland 191 Illinois are vacationing in the Rodeo performances are slatedat ,
Excellent Lots Available Now. See our 1963 New Metz Construction 8 4 WOMAN'S MARATHON area. 8 p.m. both nights with the
Model Homes "5" Outstanding Picturesque Com- Mrs. Susie Muldrow final performance Sunday after
accompanied
.Main Street Garage 7 5 Sunday,February 10th,there is
munities.' Dolphn Deep Sea Fishing 7 5 a 6-game marathan tournamentfor by her son and daughterinlaw noon at 2 o'clock in the arena at
Welch Cabinet Shop 7 5 woman at Sportsmen Bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spooner Southeastern Show and Sale
: motored to Sebring to visit another grounds on US 301.
Val EnterprisesHome Carrol Ready Mix 7 5 The tournament starts at 2 p.m.
Carlson Realtor 5 7 Come out and try your luck. son, Josh Spooner. Shey also Foy Reynolds, Austin, Tex.,
Home Furniture 5 7 stopped in Avon Park to visit Mr. will again produce the rodeo,
This Week Grass
Prisco. Special Rye
Sumter Electric 5 7 approved by Rodeo Cowboys of
Builders &
ot Distinctive
Communities.U.S. Developers S portsmens Sundries 5 7 Bowling Tournament Weekend guests at the home of America. Top rodeo stock from
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Remer his Rockin' R Ranch will be used
I.G.A. Foodliner 4 8 were ,
41 South InVerness Fla. 726-2041 Courthouse Square 15 ft.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick in the $ per
Inverness Construction 2 10 The second annual Brooksville Merrian of bone-cracking competi-
HIGH TEAM SERIES Woman's Bowling Association Tampa.Mr. tions of cowboys vying for hon- INVERNESS
Pure Oil Fire Birds 2702 City Tournament will be held and Mrs. Fred Hensley ors and prizes in bronc and bull
Home Furniture 2603 February 16, 17, 23 and 24th. have taken over management of events traditional with good rodeo -
HIGH TEAM GAME Teams events will be rolledat Beverly Hills Restaurant. Their everywhere.
Home Furniture 965 Sportsman's Bowl Inverness, new hours are from 7 a.m. until
Sportsmens Sundries 924 the 16th and 17th. Eleventeamsfrom 9 p.m.
HIGH IND SERIESJ. this area are entered. Recent guests at the home of A Handy Guide To
Ming 600 There will be shifts bowling both Mr. and Mrs.David Combes were
HELP FOR Dale Walter 586 Saturday and Sunday at 3f30 and her sister and husband, Mr. and
HIGH IND. GAMEJ. at 7:00 p.m.Doubles Mrs. Joseph Sindon, of Bing-
OVERWORKED MOTHERSIn Ming.229 and Singles will be hampton, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs.
D. Boatright 224 bowled at Louie's Bowling Center Combes have returned from a .
our Baby-Needs section are many different :- TRI COUNTY Brooksville on the 23rd business and pleasure trip to
health-aids for baby's better health and R&H Renes 16 4 and 24th. Time for these events Mexico, California and Las
will also be 3/30 and 7:00 Vegas.
Concrete Products 13 7 p.m.
comfort. If baby needs It. we have it.
Dunkel Court 12 8 Saturday and Sunday. Twentytwo Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Basil
: It Is more difficult for mother's to leave the; Fero Insurance 11 9 woman from Inverness and May, Sr. drove their grand- SERVICE INSTITUTIONS and BUSINESSES
home with a baby to take care of. Let usjbe a Cooks Pharmacy 11 9 surrounding towns have entered children to their home in Bron-
"Mother's Helper." Phone us and we will gladly aa Little John Tile 10 10 these events at he present time. son.Mr.
deliver. And, tell us if baby has,an emergency Ossenfort Builders 9 11 and Mrs. Glenn Dunn and Of CITRUS COUNTY

need. We will rush it to your extra fast. For Builders Supply 8 12 daughter, Teresa, spent Sunday
i is "VJJV : EZ Sportsmens Bowl 5 15 J in Tampa at the home of his
every baby a here.
I sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. . ,
:
Shutts.Electric 4 16 I .
4 4 Elwood ,... ," PORTER
Z L HIGH TEAM SERIES : Martin.
1 YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when R&H Renes 2664 Sam Wise and Jim Wetherell of / THIS SPACE AVAILABLE -.

i you need vo,,..raeJiclnt.: ,Pick up your prescription St.radio Petersburg will open a TV and _, Call 726-3421 FUNERAL HOME
sales and service businessat
+ It' shopping nearby. A great many
Junction of 200 and 41.
people entrust us with their prescriptions. Fiber Glass Awnings They will open Hwy.for business Feb.
lay we compound! yours? AMBULANCE

e Housetrailers and 11th.Mr.. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby of BENNETT'S DRUGS AL OWEN SERVICE
carports. Gainsville were weekend guestsof
Choice of color. Mrs. Crosbys parents, Mr. Rexall! Drug
Space Age Design.
BENNETT'SDRUG
601 sq. foot PHONE 726-2781 Painting Contractor PHOWB
Example: 10 x 20ft. $120.00 Estimates and Quality
SPO.RTSMEN'SPARK 726-2271 er
STOREPHONE CITRUS COUNTY'S Work

. Pontoon Manufacturing LEADING DRUG STORE 726-1841
TURNER CAMP ROAD
726.2731 INVERNESS ms Prescript ns AccuratelyFilled
Inverness
Corporation "How can I ever learn the
Mr. John Yock is home, after by )Wa Strecf
I 2 1/2 miles N Brooksville on value of a dollar when all I spending several months in Me- Competent Druggists RFD 1, Box 193
U.s. Highway 41 get for an allowance is 25f?" tuchen. New Jersey, visiting
relatives. Miss Norma Yock of INVERNESS, FLORIDA Phone 726-2696 INVERNESS, FLORIDA

." """""..""' """""' ..,, ,, ,. .,', "Hackensack, New Jersey,'returned -
with her father and will

visit for a week. LOVELL BROS For the Best In Real Estate
Concrete Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martens SEE OR CALL GW HAIL & SON
I CA-RROLL Readyfix from Milwaukee Wisc. will WIIOLESALE AUTOMOTIVE
spend the rest of the winterin AND MILL SUPPLIES
their home here. McCuIlech Chain Saws TV SERVICE
ycT Visitors the home of Mr. Small Motors N. B. (BOB] TROTTER
and Mrs.John Ossenfort on Sun-
Concrete Inc. I" "' ; Briggs & Stratton Engine
Ready-Mix day were Mr. and Mrs. George
A-... .., _. Essig from Leeds. N.Y. and Repair & Service of Engines Res. Real Estate Broker 107 Afftffa Ave.
: \) Mr. and Mrs. Leib Wahlers General Motors Diesel
-, from Bellair Beach. Power Units Fostofflce Bo* 87Homoeasa
: 16 Years
Experience
Mr. and Mrs. joe Schoen entertained Southwest Main Street Springs Florida
at a birthday party at INVERNESS .'nIIE r FII.
Homosassa Inn on Saturday PHONE 795-2882
14 TRUCKS S Phone 1Z -1041
night. Guests included Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Kant. Mr. and Mrs.

Finest Quality Fairest Prices Mal Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Phil D19TZDi Pettit Mr. and Mrs. Casper
Roberts from Orlando and Mr. ;
Ed Crone from Arlington, Va. 26-1911
To The Schoens are presently Land Title lR..rBce
3 Plants visiting Palm Beach to watch THIS'SPACE
Serve Yo $". ."- the Ladies Professional Golf For infaniMUIoii enenifmOwaenM
,._ Tournament and to visit friends AVAILABLECall TItle IM8MI-ee or
from Virginia.The Costcta Cabinets LaM *
next meeting of the Sportsmen 726-3421 Kitchen Remodeling
Park Civic Club will be WRITE P. 0, BOX M8
: INVERNESS 726-1071 P AY I n & held on February 12th at 6p.m.at Mfll Work

RYSTALRIYER79S-2621 /J the Florida Power Lounge. WELCH CABINET CO INVBBlfB88"Pie 72S-1M1 PLOIHDA

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DUNNELLON.HUiter 9-2831 Tonight"and
,* -J. PACKER W. C. HILL

i SAND (AJlttltZettJl4' EXCAVATING except every Tuesday"night MOTOR COMPANY .

ROCK BULLDOZING 6 P12 PM Hardware and Marine Electrical Contractor

Marion Mercerback Supplies Major Appliance Repair THIS SPACEAVAILABLE
ASPHALT PAYING
CEMENT WSPlIlIlT Briggs & Stratton
at the organ fl'a ;- Electrical Repairs
Air-Co led Motors
-ilAOfCK.CQII year's engagement Wisconsin Motors Small Pump Motor Service Call 7H-3421
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I r: Julld;.: a stronger, richer life ' EVERY TOGETHER WEEK! : .' ;, ; '. Lem Uncle DEAR MISTER Says EDITOR, :




: \ . .. .' You will recollect that here
'. ."" '1 'f.1o'" .;.[J awhile back the fellers at the
_"" $.r
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ff.rra "AI' country store was in favor of reducing -

-,. ..: .. '.' I. { CfiurchServices Church : i iI and,each cutting state the House to one/nem-Senator -

+-, . :' ,::.': : : ? s I bers in half. K was ftggered that
.. , ABIDING
m.J '
"iF
: jtCRYSTAL ;
r # this move would pay off the national -
:;:;; .Services debt in about 10 year
-. .... ." Well,Mister Editor.llot some
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.,- .' --,-- -- powerful new fodder fer this
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& '; -
i-' ..- E ( FAITH campaign It is a well knowed
t 4 } fact that Senators and Cong-

resmen has got to git votes,and

I' RIVER FirstM.thodistChurch, Rev. L .. ..,.. HOLDER Seventh Day Adventist Church| to lit vote they got to spread
I St. A n's Eplscopl I, Rev Morris C. Catkins, pastor Y ,Ar Baptist ChurchF. Pastor D. G. Fleagle the gravy on prttty thick back
\ I Merrill A. Norton, vicar. Sunday: S. Johnson, Pastor. Eden Gardens, 5 mi. East home. The figgers has just been

i __ BpRic.-14 --- --- 9:45 a.m. Church School Sunday School 10:00 a.m. of Inverness on Hwy 44 released on how thick the gravy.
i Sunday Services 9:30 a.m. 11'ajn. Morning worship. Homing Worship lltOU a.m. Sabbath School Sat at 2:30 p.m. is gitting.
Communion and Sermon. 6:30 Methodist Youth The item I got here that
Holy : p.m. Evening Worship 7s 30 p.m. Preaching S at. at 3:45 p.m. says
I
Fellowship 7i30 in 1962 we had 2,538,390 civilians -
Wed. Prayer Meeting p.m.
St. Benedcf's Catholic .J 7:30 p.m. Evening worship HOMOSASSA working in Guv ernment of-

I Church Wednesday: HERNANDO fices. This is a increase of 46,

t 'Sunday. Masses: 7, 9j30 ijn.. 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting and .+ .... - -- ------ Methodist Church-- 045 over 1961 and they is estimating -
Bible study. feat in this year of 1963
f First United Presbyterian 8:15 p.m. Adult choir practice Church of the Nazarene, Rev D. Rossi pastor.Sundays the numterwill go up another

: Rev. C. Stanley: 'Ntwburg. 8:30 p.m.- Chilc en'I choir sad :. R.v. Don Croft, Faster 530," a.m. Sun. school 20000. This piece says it is now
D. D. Minister. Junior high choir practice. .: s : Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Worshipl Thursdays taking over $14 billion to pay
I 7:00-8:0; Op.m. Counseling and
School 9 ") 11:00 these Guvernment workers.
Sunday :' am Maming Worship a.m.
choir practice Fddays-7:30
I N mla, Worship 11:00 a.m.(4 N.Y.P.S. 6:43 p.m. ; Congressman Earl Wilson of
Bible
i \( Midweek 7:30: p.m., First Baptist, Rev. Thomas Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. p.m. study. Indiana says when he first come
j I! t SCaoir lUheaiaal( Ved*830 p.m. N. ,Oann"paltor I Prayer Meet. Wed. 7:30 p.m. to the Congress 20 years ago, he
1 : 'VestmTn'ater 'Thura, 3:'") p.m. .Sla9Y School 9:45 a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH was in a state of shock the first
I Jr. Choir, Friday 3:30 p.m. Son. Mom. Worship 11:00 a.m. f% I First Baptist Church, R.v. week from watching Guvern

i Training Union 6:30 p.m. A.L. Flury, pastor. Son day School 10:00: .&.III. ment secretaries polishing
First Baptist Church, Rev. Sun Evening Worship:45< p.m. : Sunday. School 9:4' a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. their nails, reading movie mag-
:age: L. Painter- ,mid-week Prayer 7:45' p.m. : 1'orlhII2 Hour 11&00 a.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. azines and writing letters to
Sunday School 9:45, 'a.m. Training Union 6:l' p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. their boy friends. And he saysIt
To rahlp.>; :"Service.! %' lltbO a.m, 4// 11 Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wd., PrayetSetvlce7:30 p.m., is twist as bad now. He claims
to d-lTeek"Prayer Service Christian Science Society ? Mid-Week service that today,in addition to all them

Wed. 7:30 p.m. Sundays 11:00 a.m.Service; Wednesday 7:30 p.m. RED LEVEL other things, they is busy work-

Methodist Church 9:30 am. Sunday School; 2nd & hWII i ..... ,.... ........ .. ,.: -----. ing cross-word puzzles, walk-
Rev.FIst Tom Price 4th Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. 5i[ M1 ;i.iL:::; 1' J Methodist Church, baptist church ing around In the halls with

I Sunday School pastor.10:00 'a.m. Testimonial meeda,. In the quiet safety of her own give her a sense of reverence, of near- 'Rev. H. D, .Cfibb : O.C. Anderson, pastor transister radios hung around

Church Service 1100. a.m. home she is learning to pray, to trustin ness to God. Ministry School-Fri. 7:30 p.a.. Bible School 10:00 aus.San. their neck and some of 'em is
even knitting sweaters.
8:30
Service Meeting-Fri.
p.m.
service
CENTRAL First Presbyterian D. Rev. God. As she grows older she will As she grows, her love for the Sunday: I. Training worship Union 11:00..m.6:30 It looks like the gravy is git-
James C. Clark
D. too that Church and for God will too. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. ting too thick to stir and about
CHURCH: OF CHRIST Minister learn that other people pray ; grow Evening service 7:30 p.m.

Seminole Club Bldg. Sundays 10:00 a.m. Church other people have faith. All through life the faith she learned M.Morning Y. F.Worship 11:00 6:30 p.m.a.m. Mid-week. prayer I serv.7:30 p.m. thin the only it down way a the bit taxpayers is to thin can out

Sunday 10:00 and 11:00 A.M. School far all the family; 11:00 Sunday School will thrill her from when she was a tiny girl will providea Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. them Senators and Congressmen. -

I Wednesday and 6 7:00 P.M.P.M. a.m. Worship and SeemOD the very first day, and her faith will sanctuary and protect her during Wed. Prayer Meedng 7:30 p.m. BROOKSVILLEJehovah's Farthermore.. I see by the pa-

.I Paul T. Dummy minister First Assembly of God, Rev. grow as she learns more of the Heav- the many trials of life. FLORAL CITY . .. .. pers where, while the Congresswas

Church of Christ of Johnnie T. Powell, pastor. enly Father's love. The Church, with Are YOU helping YOUR child acquire adjourned, we had 27 U.S.

I Sundays this faith? Baptist Church, Witnesses, Brooks>> Senators and Congressmen,
Cove Bend its beautiful sanctuary, its inspiring abiding
School
Sunday 9:45
a.m. Homer Duggar, .Pastor viII. Kingdom Hall, County some of 'em defeated in the
I Ih Bible Study 10:00 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. music, its worshipful atmosphere, willTHE Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Park Rd. W. last I election, taking tours at
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evangelistic Service 7:30: Guvernment They
p.m. expense. call
11:00
I Mooing Worship a.m. Public 3:00
I Meeting, Sun. p.m.
Evening Worship 7:00( p.m. Wednesday-Prayer 7:30 p.m. Union 6:30 'em fact finding" trips, but it
Mid-week Bible Srjidy Toes.night service 7:30 p.m. Training p.m. Ministry School; Fri. 7:30 p.m. seems they has to' take their
I Wednesday 730'p.m. CHURCH: FOR ALL . ALL FOR THE CHURCH: Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Service Meeting, Fri. 8:30 p.m. wives and relatives along to
Cur of Fatima Catholic Prayer Service Wed 7:30 p.m. Watch Sun. 4:1
Lady Tower Study 5p.m. the facts.
The Church u the lrealest factor Churck They .re: (1)I For Ki.e help git
J I First. Lutheran Churchof Church, Sportsmens Park, > earth for lh. building of charown tufts ((1. For hit childrea'l Sunday Monday *1/ Tuesday Church of Christ Bible Study Tues. 7:30 p.m. And I have took note, Mister
Inverness Rev. James, O.S.B. pastor. Icier and good citizenthip It ia. take. (3) For the takt of kit c_. Numbers Deuteronomy Deuteronomy Frank Andrews, Minister Editor, that right now during
f Msssea.Sunday7:30dt 11t15s.m. torekouM of>pinlual value..With muaity aad Balion., (4) For the 9:15-23 30:8-14 30:15-20 the cold weather, most of the
Woman's Club Building out Church. neither detake of the Church itoelf. whichmocracjr Sunday
a strong Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
I Weekday mornings at 8 a.m. 10:00 LECANTO facts that need finding aboutis
m. out
8:00 p.m. Sunday nor civilization can iur needs kit moral and material lup- I Kings I Chronicles Psalms Psalms Bible, Study s.
Rev. Myron Macfor Pastor Religious. instruction Sunday "i..e. There are four awl reaton port Plan to go to church reguwkjr 8:54-61 29:6-13 91:1-8 91:9-16 Worship 11:00 a.m to the South wfeerelt's warm
10"ajn. at church. ever/ person should attend larly and read jour Bible daily Evening Worship 6:30: p.m In the summer time the facts
Church of God Highlands Faith Chapel Jay services regularly and support theBEVERLY Copyright 1903. KeUter Advertising: Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p.m Church of Christ, A. Frank shifts to the North.
Hwy 41 S. Inverness and l Elal. Pr..tln"Pastors, Sen'ice. Inc., Stratburpn. Johnson, minister. We got a heap of fine and
Rev. Neil I ISunday ST. MARGARET'S EPISCOPAL Methodist Church, Rev. Sunday honest men .Jn Washington .and
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.' HILL
School 10:00 a.m. ,SUNDAY.SERVICES, COMMUNITY CHURCH .- CHURCH Henry Wolfe, pastor. Bible study 10:13 a.m. we got some that ain't so fine.

-r Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Church School, 10:00 a. m. Sez ice Every Sunday Rer. Merrill A. Norton, Vicar Sunday School 10:00 ajn. Worship 11:00 sum. The fellers at the store is
.-. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. Held in Recreation Hall p.m. 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion Worship hour 11:00 a.m. Worship 7:00 p.m. maintaining that if we cut the
Wed Prayer. Meeting 7:30 p.m. Evang. Services, 7:30 p'.m. Rev. D. RossiPastor_ 10:00 a.m. Church School Monday-Prayer. hour 7:30 p.m. Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. number in half, we can keep a
= : :" .: .- .6 11:00 a.m. Divine Service better watch on which Js which.
r Yours truly.
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'; THIS-N-THAT DEPARTMENT STORE THIS SERIES OF CHURCH PAGES ARE BROUGHT TO ROBERTS GULF SERVICE _UNCLE LEM

i I II I YOU THROUGH THE CIVIC MINDED COOPERATION OF I I Week's safety thought from
I Clothes and Shoes Washing Lubrication Tires FHP Boeeman H. N. Klrkman:
I THE FOLLOWING
;Jh& For-The): -"Entire Family BUSINESS PEOPLE. Drive with care. Live longer!
Brands Fnendy Service:
I % ationel'Adyerdsed
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i i i.*', -" Crystal Rivet 79-2760 CARROLL READY MIX Hemsncb 726-<<71 Public NoticeNOTICE

CONCRETE, INC. COOK'S INVERNESS DRUGS

Steel Wire Mesh Block Cement NOTICE Is hereby given thata
: PENINSULAR ABSTRACT CO. Dependable Prescription Service
t Inverness 726-3431: CARROLL CONTRACTING CO., INC public hearing will be held in

> < Asphalt & Cement Paving Drugs Sundries Cosmetics THIS SPACE AVAILABLE the County\ Commissioners'
i Frank tX Sanders President Dozer Dragline Room at the Citrus County
,
\< . Inverness 726-8361 or 726-3071 Main Street Phone 726-4121 Call 726-1441 Courthouse Inverness, Florida -
t Frank D. Sanders, President: Crystal River 7952621Dunndlon at 10.40 o'clock A.M. on
; Frances Q. Kennedy, Vice-Pres. 1092851R. Tuesday March 5, 1963, by the
; Tide Insurance-Abstracts of Tide Board of County Commissioners -
of Citrus County Florida
: A. C. MacDONALD 24 HOUR OXYGEN EQUIPPED to determine the advisability
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4a JACKSON: LUMBER 'COMPANYLumber : General Contractor: and Builder FLORIDA STONE CENTER AMBULANCE SERVICE! /ef closing, vacating, abandon-

.*. A > .i > Phone 795-2678 lag and discontinuing a portion
Materials Inverness 726-4837 and 7264313Phone PolishedMarble and Bulldog Scone \kof a road right-of-way delin-
I Building STRICKLAND FUNERAL HOME
,
726-5114 eated on the recorded plat of
Paints Feeds P.O. Box 284 Citrus Ave. Lemon Street Crystal Rivet Crystal View Subdivision, recorded -
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I Crystal River in Plat Book 3, Page
JO, Public Record of Citrus
795-2691
Office 795-3199 Res.
i Inverness 7264051S ACME HARDWARE COMPANY County, Florida, described as
THIS SPACE AVAILABLECall follows:

Ii .& W RESTAURANT I 7261441JOHN Hardware Lumber Paints Begin at the SW Corner of

.. Air Conditioned ; HOMOSASSA LUMBER YARD Building Supplies -Fishing Tackle Lot 1. Crystal View Subdivi-
sion according to the map or
Private Dining Room Lumber and Bulldog Materials Notions General Merchandise
plat thereof as recorded in
I Steaks Sea
Food Chicken
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Plat Book 3, Page 30, Public
: . Special Luncheons N. OSSENFORT Hardware-Paints-Plumbing Supplies Hernando 726-5021 Records of Citrus County.
I Contracting: ft Building Florida thence N 0 02' 50"
Hwy 41 N Phone 726-4591 Contractor and BuilderSportsmen's E along the West line of said

I '- Homosassa '795-2897 PORTER FUNERAL HOME Lot 1 a distance of 132.51 feetto
COCHRAN CHEVROLET CO. : Park the NW Corner of said Lot
,
Chevrolet Cars and Tracks' Fully Air Conditioned 1, said point being on the North
Inverness 726-4491 line of the SE 1/4 of the NW
Chevy II Gamut Corvette
t Inverness 1/4 of Section 34, Township 18
South Range 17 East, thence N
Fnendy Sales- Expert: Service INVERNESS SHELL SERVICE Phone 726-4661: 89 25' 50" West along said
Quality Parts Lumber Building Materials Lub ca oo-Car WashingBatteriesPick ',' North line of the SE 1/4 of the,

Up and Delivery NW 1/4 a distance of 370.10
I 'Inverness "Everything To Build Anything"Sec FERRIS GROVES feet the
N. Apopka Are. to a point on Easterly
: Phone 726-8661 We Give TOP VALUE: Stomps right-of-way line of U.S. High-
Us Main Street The Finest Name in Citrus way No. 19, thence S CP 21'

I BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY Phones 726-3081 Nice 726-5578 30" W along said Easterly
PEEBLES FURNITURE COMPANY ." Floral City right-of-way line a distance
of 50 feet thence: S 89 25'
Crystal River 795-2923 50" E, parallel to the North
I ':"Quality at Budget Prices11 BROWN DUMAS line of said SE 1/4 of the NW

COMPANY B* 1/4 a distance of 320.10 feet to
.. HOWARD FERTILIZER
'-' Inverness Texaco ft Firestone: Service aa intersection with a Northerly -
? projection of die West line
*. ;-..Phone- 726-5211. ..-' . r Crystal River of Lot 20 of said Crystal View
"
', Inverness 726-4695 THIS SPACE AVAILABLE Subdivision, thence S 0 02'
"' 0"
W along said Northerly
I R Call 726-1441 JAMES E.CONNOR DISTRIBUTOR projection a di sac, of 82.51
..ri -....-. ,. ': LAKE SIDE MARKETMr. .
Pure Oil Products feet to an Intersection with a
.& Mrs. E.E. FOWLER, Owners Westerly projection of the. South

i I SSP AVAILABLE I Fuel Oil Gasoline Keosene tee of the aforementioned Lot
TH Quality Meats Groceries and I, thence S 87 27' 50" E along
Diesel Oils
I Call 726-1441 ,. Produce at Lowest Prices Plus Batteries Accessories said Westerly projection a distance -
Tires
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IJ Fdendy Service -' r of 50 feet to the Point of
ftftf...

I Hemando 726-4479 .. 'INVERNESS' BARGAIN CENTER l Inverness 726-4645 any and renouncing right of Citrus sad disclaiming County and

.: Inverness the pabUc in and to any lands
I CENTRAL DISTRIBUTORS, INC KING'S SUNSHINE CLEANERSWe CAREY BAXLEYINSURANCE nnhBjMted on ..1eIrecordedplat
Give Pioneer Stamps \ AGENCY"Where I as said portion of the road right-
I ot'w'slAll' interestedmay
.. Eviorude Sales aadSeniceTiffl&edodge .. . .. Insurance is Business1 persons and at
t :- Pickup and Delivery Service, a appear be heard
S Log' Cabins t' . Open.7 Days a Week -9a ar t' 9 pm Not a 'Sd Line" that dine.c.YOB .

VEL:YON ,PaintCrystal $-' :-' South Seminole St. Inverness Inverness 726-5121 BYRti", Chairman of the
Hirer Phone 726-3761 Shoes sad Clothing. ;. Crystal River 79'-2691 Board of County CommiUion-
l I I ers of Citrus County Florida,
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ATTENTION Fifth of a Series Olditmu

BUDGET MINDED FOLKS Crystal RiverRamblings .,. \
FOR CLEAN, tasty snacks, -
lunches and dinners. Priced Mrs. May Harrison of Floral What About Habit?
month'svisit Smoking
right. Try the HICKORY City left Friday for a
with her son and family
KING RESTAURANT.
I i
You'll like it Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Harrison at 1.I1
Barbecue Sea Food Scottsdale, Arizonia. By LAURA M. ZIMMERMAN This is the fifth of a seriesof ing gum or eating candy. A. Some doctors smoke for
answers to most-often-asked Q. If one has smoked for a the same varied reasons as < .. ..
Specials and Lee Miss Fay Taylor, a foreign Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hendersonand /
Mr. Mrs. John V. questions about the health relationship long time, is there any bene- other smokers. However a "M+Mhu.M4.MM+.w -...I"MWtIIeap
daughter
of their ten-year-old
the
of Inverness recently visited missionary Baptist. of and development of doctors
smoking larger proportion
Hickory kingRestaurant Cape CQral near Ft. Myers. Church, who spent last week at of West Point, Ga. A son, fit in quitting? fa when, rep
,of cancer.The series A. Yes. Stopping is benefi- have stopped smoking than
who is senior in the West J---
the School of Missions, heldat a
eves mod
Florida members of the cut CW y
has been issued by the cial even after long periods of general popu
his
It's easier to smile than the Crystal River Baptist Point High School, will join "
to belt Bet am tosiBrrew.
Division of the American Can- smoking.Q. lation. Today, it is estimatedthat ,
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frown and a smile attracts more Church, was the guest of Mrs. family here after graduation.Mr. .
cer and is reprinted in What about smok- three out of five doctorsdo
Society doctors
Hwy. 19 Crystal River Fla.. friends a frown more wrinkles. C.D. Woodward at her home in and Mrs. Henderson have this newspaper as feature of ing? not smoke. It pays toVoters 0 7lA'fe.
home" in
- Woodward Park. She will remain rented a "model _
general public interest. Read-
I in the United States until Woodland Estates temporarily.
late March, when she will return and will build-a'new home within ers desiring further informa-
tion about cancer control sub-
to Indonesia, where she the next year.
Modern Homes send
jects are requested to
promotes Baptist Training Un- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Reedof their written inquiries directto
ion with headquarters in Ban- Reynoldsville, Pa. have also
the Division of the
I dung, Java. Miss Taylor's father recently purchased a home in American state Cancer Society 416 -- .'j w
'was a minister in the Bapt- Crystal River with the inten
1It 'eeee 4&it Tampa Street Tampa 2, Fla.
ist denomination and served the tion of making this their per-
Q. Why does a person who '
Inverness home. They have pur-
congregation as an manent
backto
interium pastor in previous chased property from Mr. hav given up smoking go '
habit?
the : :
years. Spivey in the GreenPearsonsub
is doubt-
A. A reason
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Black division, and have returnedto major
A column of helpful home building less the addictive factor. In
hints brought to you each had as their weekend guests their northern home until addition, a psychological need
their son-in-law and vacation time. "
week as a publicservice.SMOAK daughter has been established, based on
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cuccarese Mrs. Hobart Ellis was hostessto
the oral and manual gratification -
and children, of Oralando. the Gleaner's Sunday School &
of handling a cigarette,
Mr. and Mrs. William Hel- Class of the Baptist Church, at E :r
;. & OGDENCitrus muth motored up from Bradenton her home in Reed's sub division,. lighting it, putting it betweenthe '
lips, etc. "
on Sunday to spend the day Route 44, last Tuesday evening. 7 !I
What is the best way to
with their friends, Richard L. Mrs. R.V. Perky, the newly- Q.
w Linder and daughter Patti. elected president of the class, stop smoking? Tax of
A. Most people stop entirely Payers
Howard Wiese and daughter, officiated at the business ses- _
County's Oldest all at once; others manage first r
Mrs. Cecil Greer, of Knoxville, sion. Mrs. C.D. Woodward is
Established Contractors down or switching to .
Tenn. spent the past week in teacher of this adult class. A by cutting 1k\
low-nicotine, low-tar cigar-
LIICAREY Crystal River. Mr. Wiese, who social hour was enjoyed at the
ettes. people find the needof
is the owner of the Florida Stone close of the meeting.The Many
SMOAK some kind of substitute for
Center on Citrus Ave., of which Seminole Sinner party
last Thursday evening proved to smoking--for example, chew- L1It-
Dr. Frank J. Wabrath is ,mana- InvernessAlmost
ger, entertained Mr. and Mrs. be a successful and enjoyable

Walrath and Mr..and Mrs. Ralph affair, with an array of splendid Valentine Card

1 ti IG Castle of Southern Highlands at food, as usual. Mr. and Mrs.
a dinner party during his visit. T.C. Vander Wiede of River

Continued from last week Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Van Bend, as hosts, were assistedby Party PlannedCRYSTAL
Every arrived last Friday to the club's social committeein everyone Inverness knows taatl.W. Graat>
Green is a symbol of normality. People who show a visit the former's mother,Mrs. serving. The Vander Wielesare RIVER--The local made an outstanding record of serving all the pea@le

strong preference for green are the balance wheels of Lillie Van Every for the next newly elected members in Woman's Club has completed on the city council and one very importaat reason

society. They like 'to make and follow rules, and are month. Their home is in De- the club. plans for its annual Valentine why he could serve all of our people well and why he

the kind of people who can get along well with anybody troit, Mich. Mrs. Carrie Roseof After dinner Dr. Frank Wa- card party to be held in the Tahi- will again be of great help for the future progress of
number of
Ovid, Mich. has been a guestat brath presented a tian Room of Port Paradise Ho- our city. .
and everybody.Blue Mrs. Van Every's home for guests who are visiting here tel Feb. 11 at 8 o'clock,accord-

is the color preferred by the cautious and several weeks. from Michigan Texas Indiana ing to Miss Laura Zimmerman.Mrs. He is not tied up with any.business, profession, or t,

serious. Those who like this color seldom indulgein Mrs. C.D. Castlebury left on New York and Georgia. He then Mack L. Vickreypresident salaried work to require his first cons1deraUoB.1NC
Tuesday for Atlanta Ga. where introduced Mrs. J.P. Burford, has chosen Mrs. John H. will devote all of his time business experience and
silliness. like themselvesand
They to keep things to she will visit members of her who told of her trip to western Williams as .chairman of ar energy to work for die best interest of the cky. We

often make good executives because they can family She will return to her United States and Canada duringthe rangements. She will be assisted all know that to dOany work well requires full time

readily win cooperation. home on King's Bay in several past summer. David Rodman by Mrs. Earl Smith and Mrs. instead of part time.

subtle color is weeks. assisted Mr. Burford by pro- Paul Lyons in charge of re
Purple, a actually preferredby
very Mr. and Mrs.Lawrence Wood, jecting colored pictures which freshments. Others are Mrs. "1 sincerely hope that each voter in this election will
very few. However, a person who really likes accompanied by Mrs. Agnes she took through-out the trip, Roy Gerspach, cards; Mrs. consider. and cast his vote, not for the benefit ofr

purple makes charming company. He often has strong Mackey, motored up from St. highlighting some from the Ralph Castle,table prizes;Mrs. individual candidate, but only for the city's .best

artistic tendencies. Though he can invent wonderful Petersburg last week to visit Seattle Fair, Lake Louise Peter Wise, door prizes; Mrs. interest. I have no quarrel with any candidate to this

solutions to the world's problems, he rarely does their kin folks The Woods were scenes in Washington Oregonand Arthur Frreman, tickets ; and election.
guests ofMr. and Mrs. "Kid" California, Salt Lake City, Mrs. Vinel Lewis, receipts of
anything about putting his solutions to work. ,
Wood, the firmer parents, at Chicago and other places en- contributions.The 'If I am elected as one of your councilmen I assure
Red is an exciting color, and those who prefer it their home on Route 495, and route to her Florida home. public is invited.A everyone that I will devote all of my time aad best

are usually exciting people. They are human, hearty, Mrs. Mackey visited her bro- Games were later playedto effort for all of our people I promise a square deal
ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and ,complete an enjoyable evening.Mr. University of Florida botan- to.all--
and
fun and know
where
vigorous; enjoy good ; to
Mrs. George A. Keefer at their and Mrs. Luther Skinnerof ist is studying the leisurely re-
find it. Their moods are sometimes a problem for Second Avenue home. Montgomery, Ala. are enJoy- productive cycle of the orchidin J. W. tout ST.

friends since they can swing from high, spirits to Hardly a week passes that ing a winter vacation at their the hope that its method of ,

low very rapidly, and their tempers are quick and Crystal River doesn't welcomea Crystal River home on Citrus cell division and the develop-

: . .**.., new gamily 4nto: its' midst. Avenue at the river.: T; ment of differences between individual -
explosive
.This week our newcomers were Mr. and Mrs. John E. Reagan cells might shed lighton Paid Political Advertisement
Of course, the psychologists point out, few peoplecan managers of the LeCarda these same problems in the

be accurately described by only a single color. Motel, welcomed these friends growth of cancer in humans.
back to C.R., where they are 2
Most are a "blend" of colors, displaying some traitsat
VALERIEInverness accustomed to spending the win-
one time and others at another. I
ter months: Mr. and Mrs. E.T.

What's more, personal color preferences may shift Flo. Russell and Mr. and Mrs.Char-

noticeably over a period of time. This does not neces Phone 726-4094 les Layton, of Galesburg, ilL;
Mr. and of
Mrs.
J.E. Stuart
sarily reflect a marked change in personality. Rather,
Loveland, 0., and Mr. and Mrs.
it indicates that a person may be unconsciously em. Mon., T1 es. Wed. &: Frank Mann, whose northern

phasizing certain personality traits more stronglythan Thurs., one show only. home is in Crossville, Tenn. M. C. SCOFIELD

he did previously. Such changes are usually Box office opens at The management says it is like.

gradual, but in youngsters they can be overnight 7:15 p.m. Movie beginsat the a annual same"family folks arrive reunion"after when the

Whether you believe your color preference is a 7:30 p.m. Fri., two new year, from all corners of

clue to your personality or not, the exterior of your shows starting 7:30 p.m. the United States.
Sat. & Sun. from 2
p.m. The executive committee of
home should be inspected to see whether it needs

painting. In addition to a wide variety of colors, thereare continuous.Wed. the Jr. Woman's Club met at the Announces
home of the president, Mrs.
also many types of house paints which shouldbe Thurs. Friday Alfred Phillips, on Monday

considered. One of the newest is a blister resistant TRAPEZE evening to complete the agendafor

paint, designed to cope with the blistering, peelingand Starring; Burt Lancaster the remainder of the 1962-
Tony Curtis 63 program. The next regular
scaling so common in new and insulated homes.
Gina Lollobrigida meeting will be held at the

Saturday: Double Feature Woman's Club next Tuesday
Smoak and OgdenGeneral THE CABINET OF CALIGARI evening. For Re-Election

and Miss Frances Evans, who has
HAND OF DEATH been confined to the Munroe.

Contractors Sun. Mon. TuesdayTHE Memorial Hospital, at Ocala,

MANCHURIANCANDIDATE for a week has recuperated sufficiently -
to resume her work
Inverness.... Phone' 726-2661 Starring: Frank Sinatra at the C.R. Rinance Corp. She As a member of the City Council, it has been my pleasure to serve my first term as City

Janet Leigh is stenographer and clerk in Councilman of the City of Inverness. I have made an honest effort to promote projects wfeiea
this office. have been beneficial to the City. Most of the people are familiar with my efforts aad the progress -

which has been made during my term.I make no claim that the unproven have Mea

by my vote alone but many of them have been started and completed at my sugfestiOB.

I am not Interested in petty politics and personalities. 1 stand upon my record of accom

plishment. In asking you to vote for me again I submit to you for your consideration &e

following proposed projects:
r 1. To immediately obtain permission from the State Road Department and install and milmsin

a red and green traffic light at the intersection of West Main Street and Pine Street. This ftc a.

must. The situation should have been solved: long ago but the Lady and Gentlemen have Meta so

interested in hiring and interviewing approximately $4.000 worth of "lawyer service". Hew.

long do you have to wait before you can cross this intersection
2. To install sufficient at least eight, street lights in Fletcher Heights, and at least four la

Hillcrest subdivisions and give inspection and close attention to the streets ia Hittcrest.

people in these two subdivisions also pay taxes but are now getting but little agendoa. have
TAKE YOUR PICK talked to them and they have told me to insist on additional service.

3. Add from ten to fifteen street lights in the main portion of the City, for white and colored.

4. To clean out and improve the entrance of the three streets entering Saris Lake (Cooler
Pond) and remove die unsightly growth of dead bushes weeds brush and trash oa the beak of

said lake J5o..d1at..PeO"ple..P8ss1n.g through can have a view of the water.

5. Arrange a playground for the colored people, suggested location: ia the vicinity of Lincoln
Thsa get IowtOstmnk. finalising here Park.

6. Organize a compulsory clean-up campaign suitable to the town and agreeable to the peopleso

as to*keep it beautiful. Keep the unsightly weeds and grass mowed. Note: Use the plan caw:

in operation by the City of Clear-water. .
One of the many reasons why you'll like to 7. Immediately build and maintain a shuffleboard court and other playground fades ia the

present City Park for the benefit of our citizens and visitors, with proper ling clrMes.

Did you ever see the one maintained in Mount Dora?

finance your car with a bank auto loan is rA.. 8. Contact and secure from the state agency owning the same 10 or 20 acres of teat far
additional dry park service; get it now. The land is available. Su&ested locality, CwtirssHiint

i Hill or somewhere in that tract,or probably Inverness Highlands. Get the land free if posssMe, ..

': this: You can take your pick, have the free- if not pay a reasonable price for it. Do not get caught like the School: Board. Led you can buy. .
t
today for $3,000 will cost the City $24,000 twenty years later. .. "
.j" 9.Repair and black top streets now being dug up and mutilated' by the installation of our sewer "

dom of choice to buy wherever and water disposal system.
a
car you { 10. Pay up the balance of the "Lawyers! fee" and get the wheels of progress turaiag. Fo rfee

about the law suit. Charlie says that the bill will be about $500 to.$ OO. lea cheaper than. the.

$50,000 as the maximum suggested by one of the present candidates offering for re-ail*T'1.
the best deal
can get or value. I submit the above as constructive suggestions for the time being and k is ray thottfht to

submit to you in next week's paper suggestions which will bear upon the progress of the Clay fer

..... b many years to come.
My administration has been a constructive and conservative one aDd daring ay leer years la
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office I have insisted upon and have been successful NOT increasing your mitisge.v

Your vote will be very much appreciated.



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I 'Rites! Are Held For Mr. Walker I Gardening In Florida I ..R tz' Son Employed By Fauna City Firm


I I Berry Cannon, son of Mr. Mr. cannon has moved toPpnama
Saturday afternoon funeral Mrs. Clara Walker, of inver- Superstitious gardeners be- control.
services and Mrs. Robert Ritz of Hill- City where he is em-
were held for Frederic ness, and six children. lieve that plant names are C Covering the seeded area with
crest Estates, recently spat ployed at the Mine Defense
/
Ls Walker.
.IQ!: W 76, who passed away The service was conducted In omens of the future. As exam- burlap will aid in holding soil two weeks with his parents alter Laboratory. He is a graduateof
IeJrl t'i>daesday at Citrus Mem- the chapel of Porter Funeral ples, planting a Date Palm may moisture until the seedlings begin graduating from the Univer- Williston High School, and
H d< *>ital. A native of lead to a Bridal Wreath.
i. setting
N.
Nft Home with DrJames C. Clarkof to push through the soil Be s RL sity of Florida with a degree in spent four years in the Navyprior
ortland.
This would force
: Maine, he had the First Presbyterian marriage upon sure to remove the burlap at electrical
resided on Lake Shore Drive Church officiating.remains the gardener. this time. . engineering.:_ __ to entering the university.

Inverness, for the past 14 years. were cremated.: Soon the gardener would find LawnsHomeowners r
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look lovelier if there were a lawns can aid their grass to become Taking Orders for Citrus.& arsons
Baby's Breath planted nearby. spring-green again withan
The next ornamental on the application about 16 poundsof
Time To
Plant planting schedule would, of 6-6-6 fertilizer per 1,000 Budding Now

course, be a Bottlebrush. square feet of turf.

Continuing this progressive Remember that too much plant Landscaping of Homes, Pick your Flowers adShrubberies
.line of superstition could pro- food is as bad as plant starva- I : that do Not Freeze.
Camellas & Azaleas in bud and duce a unique landscape pro- tion. So don't add extra ferti- ,
,
bloom. gram. But It may limit the number zer -- especially nitrogen -- Check with us for SPRAYS & PLANT FOOD....

of flowers in your garden "just for good measure". Why go out of town and pay more.

Ornamentals of all kinds. this spring.A It's Important to fertilize JOHN W. GRANT JR. is shown here with his wife, Freida, and
number of annuals can be ryegrass now for a continued their two daughters, Julia, 6 (left), and Cleta7. Mrs. Grant was Landscape Nursery
N k Palms that won't freeze planted now. These Include green carpet. To eradicate the secretary for Judge O.Frank Scofield here atone time. Mr. Grant

aster, balsam, blue laceflower winter lawn cover, mow the sod will be visiting his father here in May and at that time will be Sponsmans Park Phone 726-2776 .
Plenty of shade trees. celosia chrysanthemum, very close, but if you want to guest minister at the First Methodist Church. '
cosmos, flossflower marigold, prolong the use of ryegrassset
N r- We will save you money. morning-glory turtium, the mower cutters higher.

Get the Best for Less. flower rose-moss, wishbone, strawflower flower, sun-and Begin a gladiolus Glads bulb plant- No Way To Refuse

zinnia. ing schedule now for a supplyof I -I I
.. .. To get a quicker display of the tall-stemmed flowers. : :
Call
outdoor flowers, start annual throughout the summer. For a To MinistryEditor's ""'

Loquats & Figs -500 up seedlings early in a flat made continuous supply, make plant-, i I ..... .
from a shallow wooden box about three a.+ Ai
ings weeks. 5 "'''
every ( note: The following '
Emory University."I
Chinese Elms filled with rich humus soil. About five weeks after the ' :
$2.50X3.00
article, reprinted from The had a decent job as a ; ::
'Place the flat in a window that
gets plenty of light. A southern flower spikes bloom, the bulbs :Tampa Times upon request, commercial artist.My wifs also Late Model Sun liner And Deluxe HMMC
Red are ready to dig. Loosen them
Bud & Dogwood$1.00 up from concerns John Grant, a minist- worked, and we thought we were
exposure away chilly with a spade and pull up by the erial student attending Emory getting along fine, but somehow

Azaleas ..... 40C winds is a good location. top. Next, clip off the top closeto UniversitY, Atlanta. He travelsto what we had was never enough.. Both for $10,950.00
Peat Pots
up the bulb, dust with DDT and and from the university from We spent more money than we
Buying seedlings growing in store in a well ventilated warm Gainesville, Ga., wherehehasa Other new homes available
made, and we kept looking for
Pears soft or hard $1.50 $2.00 peat an early pots burst Is a popular of flowers.way These to get place until the old bulbs can be pastorate. Mr. Grant is asonof somehing-more in life=-we ids TERMS

broken off easily. J.W. Grant Sr., and the late n't quite know what." Franklin H. Downward
Plums large red 1.50.2.00 organic amateur.No .pots are ideal for the Clean the bulbs about two Mrs. Grant, of Inverness,and is One of the first things the

skill weeks after digging. Press the well known here, having made Rev. Jiles Kirkland did when Parkside Ave. Inverness Phone 726-2774
planting is
required.You base of the new bulbs in Sper- his home in Inverness for
over the Grants joined Manhattan
Pecans Curtis 5ft. 2.75 merely place the _
pot con- gon or Arasan dust and sprinkle 20 years.When he left Invernesshe Methodist Church 2 1/2 years u
the In the flower
taining plant
with 3 to 5 percent DDT dust. and his
family moved to ago was to draw John into youth
Persimmon large Jap. 1.50 2.00 bed. Presto, the annual is alive This will control thrips, Univ- Tampa where he became a com- work. He had an unerring feel-
and
growing without the shock of
ersity of Florida horticulturists
transplanting.Plant mercial artist.) ing that this was where the young G
Ligustum .20 say.For TAMPA--How does a church man would willingly contribute
up
annuals that have large additional information
on awaken moral
in'its'
responsiblity service to the church. He was '
seed and those that hard
are to gladiolus, secure Agricultural members? -

Floral City Nursery transplant directly in the bed Extension Service Circular 188 "It's got to be a feeling in right."It was a question of security
where they are to bloom.Sow the
from home demonstration "
or
seed in shallow your county more than the minister's heart. that held me back, recalls
1 thinly trenches. agent. Ask for Somehow, it has to be felt Grant. "I couldn't see a meansof
,1 1-Bock So. Masonic
Lodge Cover the seeds and
lightly "Gladiolus
For The HomeGardener" throughout all the congregation providing for my family dur-
FLORAL CITY, FLORIDA sprinkle, with ,a damping-off I ," say four young men of ing the years it would take to

Manhattan Avenue Methodist go to the seminary. But then I
Church, who all felt it strongly began to realize there was no )

I I enough to leave their jobs and security for the mind, in resisting -
begin training for the ministry. ."

.nest wawo. osna A4Zd 1 "For years I was just a name The John Grants would not have '
1 .1.' ! on the church membership been able to go without help from
4W i t 'f R RtJ "
rolls, says John Grant, one of Manhattan's congregation. In -L
; the four, and now about halfway this case, the church did help,
t. through seminary training at not only in obtaining a scholar-

ship, but by special offerings for
Y r r the family. .
,
etdte They left Tampa debt-free. .r7.w:Z .... ..
They have learned the meaningof N;

what Mr. Kirland told them,
that "God would help provide the
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way. Want To 'Land' An Economical
C Job,despite ministerial duties, .
taw ri is getting excellent grades,
.
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-..__ ... 1 .4 1Itedttatttue4 "Something I was not able to do Home Buying Loan?
L II in college, he admits, "another -
r sign of divine help," he

: \\it __ BY NELSON SHORT feels.There Cast your line at FIRST FEDERAL where you.caa

.. '---. -- FLORAL CITY is one phase they catch a Home Buying Loan just right for your needs'
CHURCH OF CHRIST hadn't anticipated, that has and budget.At .
hwy uapkw 4. The apostle had admonishedthe worked to their advantage. "We*
/ Jl elect of the Lord to be sober don't seem to require as much our handy office, you can get prompt service OB
and to be prayerful. He then money today as we used to think your Home Loan request for we keep red tape at a

>fl APACHE added, "above all things being We needed.Activities that satis- minimum. In addition, our knowledge of local values
i : fervent in your love among fy the spiritual needs don'tcost permits us to tailor your Home Loan to fit individual

yourselves." "Above all any money. And we have specifications. Drive over and see us this week.Pied

I 'i \ \ uj. things"--"above" sobriety, never been happier." out how easy and economical it is to become a
'K
/ \ SHORES "above" prayer, etc.The graceof (Note: John's wife,Frieda,has homeowner.

love is greater than sobriety, two brothers who are ministers, .

I greater than prayer. John said also.) Economical Loans To Buy
I H\.1i\ that "love is of God' and that
j. t I "God is love." (I Jno. '4:7-8)). "Heavy water", valued at
The apostle Paul,in his treatiseon $224,000 has been furnishedthe And Build Homes

N -L- 'j: kX') the same subject, tells us University of Florida by
the Atomic Energy Commissionfor
that love is
than the
greater
1 -' 1 1 I c\ X gift of speech, than the gift of a research program designed CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE
to ultimately reduce electri-
prophecy, than the gift of know-
.. N ledge, etc. I Cor. Concluding cal power costs in Florida by
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w
ei tt r r n u w a r
,j ,his treatise the apostle one-half. Heavy water is a non-

Th .\ ... n said: "now abideth faith, hope, radioactive type of water in
\ i t t t t t 't a r i _t, love, these three: but the great- which hydrogen one of its ele- %
etn mental components, is replacedby
est of,these is love. (I Cor. 41
\ : a heavier element, deut-
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1 Ma ,
.,. \ Love is God's pre-eminent giftto erium.. A YEAR!
. U.r man. To this all three, Pe-
n N r 1 1a
.. ,' Sit to ., ter, John and Paul,agree.These
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"' ....'."". ', '- .'. .\ men of God were differentnotwo
\ e were alike in mental powers Payable Semi-Annual
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..... ;.' ) *- i that love is the greatest thingin
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.",y' 1; .r ... the world, indicating that PictureFrames Savings Placed With Us By 'The 19ft.

., .,.:.. all had drived light from the
,.t.r"i"O M same sublime source, that all
N > lN had been sitting at the feet of Earn From The 1st

: tJ' the same Master.
"Above all fer-
things being AtZELLER
vent in your love among your-
.'':. \ selves," continues the apostle.In .


-r,..-.c;',.,."'J (.1'i,;,:.:.r... 1 \ \ \,\, \, \ \, I .' that plies love this it is that is enjoined.language enjoined love can And the be clearly attained.grace the fact im-of O'NEALInverness 7iJut'7eJeJiRe- : Sa.iKq ASSOCIATION AND LOAM.


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f our spiritual capacity, does not
. } : : i 1 ua& WAY 1 3 ask us to do what Is beyond
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\i S1 fur DOwer to The Question
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attained?
; } 't }\ GI I Love cannot be attained by
\ force of will.You cannot learnto

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c 1 -- taw& bor mearly by resolving to
't.", :, ; I him; neither can you secure his
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: : t stern demand. For this reason,
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: -.\ : .i do and so deny is to its defeat very nature.your purpose" :

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oj .; ,0 .... ,' We learn to love by contem- .
. . plating the love of God. "We
.,;: ... love," said John, "because he ( 1962 Tags
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reply to love. We love God and
man becuase we first learnedof EXPIRE

God's love for us. When we 'iw
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APACHE SHORES -Oa Beautiful Lake Tala Apopka- (22 Miles Long .
) PARSLEY .. us, as revealed on the cross, s 20thThe
Central
<689< A MM Midnight
Unrestricted Trailer-Lake for all -. February
Lots HOVJ or Privileges, Lot Owner we learn to love him and our
Most of these Lots Overlook the LahrBe&Wiful Wooded Lots. I St. Prtmferj, Fla. HMM 7-5710 fellows.

40 x 70-ni Larger -: $ 295 and! up inside $20.00 Down $10.00 per'' I I would like additional information on lots at 1 Space forbids me to into
go will be all day Saturday: February ltdb. from SiM to
month 1100.00 and APACHE. Tax Collector Office open
Up Waterfront- $100.00 Down $25.00 per month -
this
deeper. But we learn to
license
Clubhouse 4:30 P.M. for the purpose of issuing current tags.
on Lake Private Beach Boat ramps A Fisherman and
I Name ___ love by deeds of love. Love
Hunter Paradise Retirement or Weekend retreat Relax and Live cannot remain inactive. God'sand *
Longer at APACHE SHORES Just 2 Miles to Hernando Shops -' I 15" -f _____ Christ's love to man could 1962 Tags expire Midnight February 20th. .. '

Churches Stores>> Etc. 7 Miles to Citrus County Game Reserve I f Zoo not remain inactive.Jesus said, ..
.2 Miles North of Hernando on State Road 200 Drive or Write I LV-a..JI
up State . ---- "If you love me, keep my com- TnColtector.
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a & c,1 The Citrus County Ministerial ganizatlon is seeing that the
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Association has accomplishedmuch spiritual needs transients and
pE in the relatively short others are met. One of their
period of its existance but the most successful programs is
organization would like for the hospital chaplaincy rotation. t
more county clergymen to join Each week the Association hasa
its ranks. chaplain visiting with patientsat
Civitans heard this indication the hospital, making effortto
from the immediate past president see to their spiritual and
of the Association duringthe material needs. Should a pat-
club's luncheon meeting last ient desire to converse with a
Thursday. Last week had been minister of hischoice: the chap- .
designated "Clergy Week.II The lain makes the contact.
speaker was the Rev. Morris The Association also providesthe
Gaskins, pastor of the First devotional speaker for pro- l lIt
Methodist Church here. The grams at the high schools. The
Rev. Tom Price, pastor of the talks are brief and nonsectarian. -
Crystal River Methodist .
Church, is the new president of "We have a lot in common
j jI the Association, and its third. with one another, regardless of s ?re.
Other local ministers at the our different denominations,"
K Civitan gathering were Dr. said the Rev. Mr.Gaskins. "We

:... James Clark, pastor of the have good fellowship which
First Presbyterian Church; Fa- strengthens our work throughout -
:. ,ther Merrill Norton, pastor of the county." He said there + '.
: : St. Margaret's Episcopal were some basic problems
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OF'EASTERN STAR No. 164, Floral City, installed its new officers in special ceremonies' Fatima Catholic Church. The
Sunday night at the Community Building. Pictured above are, seated left to right: Dollie Ogden Rev. Mr. Norton is chaplainfor Regional
worthy ,matron; James Adams, worthy patron; Patricia Hartwich, associate matron; and Charles the Civitan Club. Library
Penrose, associate patron. Standing In the second row, 1-r, are: Faye McDonald, Ruth Kidd, Ruth The countywide ministerial -
Penrose, Wilma Steadman Stella Love, Marie Tuggey, Betty Hey Darlene Doty, James Love, and group was organized about four Service ReportThe
,Irene Puckett. The four persons standing in the back 1-r Wilma Wood years ago with only three past-
are, Vivian Higginbotham, OPEN HOUSE COMING UP--This is the Florida Power Corporation's plant at Ingles which will
Denora Eady, and Dale Walter. Installing officers were Mrs. Bell Jerrell and S.T. Norris Sr., ors. It was known than as the Central Florida have Open House on the afternoons of Feb. 15 and Feb. 17. It was built In 1926 and today generates
sister and brother of the worthy matron.Other installing personnel included Nina Meeks, marshall; East Citrus County Ministerial Regional 60.000 kilowatts of electricity.
Helen Fowler, chaplain; and Helen Melin, organist. --staff photo Assn. The Rev. T.N. Channell!, Library Board, at its quarterly
pastor of the First Baptist meeting re-elected the follow-
Church was the first 'president ing officers: Harold W. Go- National Electrical Week W.WI'Vets Hold
Retarded Children 'Pound Party'For serving two terms. The forth Ocala, president; Dick
I Rev. Mr. Gaskins served two Chazal Ocala vice-president; At B.H.Last

Dr. Coutant Club SpeakerThe Mrs.: Adams FridayThe was terms elected, and the recently.Rev. Mr. Price C.M.recording Blackford secretary, Crystal; and River Mrs., Inglis Power Plant Rally week in Beverly .Hills

Today there are 12 membersin Gordon Drummond, Bronson, officers of the Citrus County
regular monthly meeting section of the Trans-Canada Baptist Adult Training the county organization although corresponding secretary.A Opening For Tours Barracks 3058, World War I
>tof the North Social described Union will sponsor an old fashioned fund
Highlands Highway as in June there are around 25 min- separate in the Ocala Veterans, held a rally. Resultsof
Club was held at the FPL on Feb Readers Digest, and the Seattle ' "pound party" and house- isters throughout the county. budget, is being established for this rally: nine new members
5, with Clarence Johnson pre- World's Fair. Dr. Coutant warming Friday night, 7:30 in When asked why no more mem- the Central Florida Regional All residents of the com- clubs or high school classes for the local barracks and the
siding and about 50 members.and took his pictures and wrote his the home recently purchased by bers belonged,Mr.Gaskins said Library. The budget for 1962-63 munity and surrounding areas would like to tour our facilities Ladies Auxiliary were signedup
guests present. This club is story for British Columbia Mrs., Ethel Adams, onSeminole he didn't know, but that all had totals $74.104 which is pooled are cordially invited to attend as a group, but cannot attend according to Commander
open to property owners in Inverness newspapers the week the Pass St.Friends been invited and he wished from appropriations by the Cityof Open House at our Inglis Planton on' Friday or Sunday, we Walton B. Davis.
Highlands North and was opened (September 1962)), of Mrs. Adams are.' more would become members. Ocala. Citrus,Levy and Mar- Friday Feb. 15, and Sun- would appreciate their contact- The veterans group officers
adjacent trailer park and is in- completing the first year round also invited to attend the party, "All members are invited to ion counties and matching state day, Feb. 17," announced J.A. ing our local office as soon as holding the rally, at Beverly
.corporated to enable the corporation highway across Canada from the along with members of the First attend our monthly .meetings and federal grants for Citrus Hester Inverness District possible; we will make every Hills new recreation building,
-..to. own its own club- 'Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. Baptist Church of which she be. and to fellowship with us," he and Levy counties. Manager for Florida Power effort to schedule a tour at included: Commander Davis,.
house site -and e/entually to Reprints of his newspaper longs. said adding "but only members The regional library began to Corporation.The their convenience. Sr. Vice Commander Waiter -
build. Six new members were story were given to those attending Refreshments will be served have a Vote." operate as one unit on January hours for Open House on Strait, Quartermaster MF :
added to the rolls at this meet- as a souvenir of the and the Valentine motiff used. The dozen ministers affiliated 1, 1962. It had added about 8,000 these two days are: Friday During National Electrical Roxana Post, Adjutant Jack
ing.A evening. This was a premier Serving on the committee for with the Association are, in books and showed an increase from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.; and Week, the following facilities of Geney, and District Deputy
potluck supper preceededthe showing of the Rogers Pass arrangements are Mrs. Tomie addition to those listed above circulation of about 46,000 com- Sunday 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Florida Power Corporation Chief of Staff C.W. Elpbee
meeting, followed by a business story, which will be presented to Scofield Mrs. Alma Davis (Father Hoge is not a member) pared to a year when the libraries Hester said that the plant's have Open House: Paul L. Bar- Other rallies are scheduled to
meeting and an entertain-' at least six other Florida groups Mrs Molly Yoder, Mrs. Ila are: Johnnie Powell, Inverness operated separately.The Open House tours are in honorof tow plant; Higgins plant; Inglis be held as soon as arrangementscan
ment program arranged by the before Dr. Coutant leaves for. Pridgen and Mrs. Bessie Assembly of God; W.D. Croft, bookmobile which beganits National Electrical Week--- plant' Turner plant; Suwanee be completed in Crystal
hosts of the evening, Mr. and the north. Casto. Hernando Church of the Nazarene service the first of June Feb. -16---which is being River'plant; Avon Park plant; River, Homosassa, Floral City
Mrs:"Calvin Yaudes and Mr. and. The Rogers Pass reprints have ; Henry Cribb Hernando is lending about 2,000 books celebrated by electric companies and the System Dispatching and Hernando.
Mrs. Lucian Hussey. just come off the Chronicle Supper At School Methodist Church; Homer Dug- each month. All the librariesare throughout the United States. Center in St. Petersburg. Membership in the local barracks -
Speaker of the evening was press. ger, Floral City Baptist Church; showing sizeable increasein "Under the direction of plant Hester said: "We are looking is increasing so fast
Dr. Frank R.Coutant.explorer, C.S. of the Floral City'Methodist F. Henry Wolfe Floral City use. Ocala's increase of superintendent Luke Wood- forward to seeing our friends plans will soon be made to
author and lecturer who spends The Women's Club of Our Church will have'a roast Methodist Church; D. Rossi, about 13,000 is distributed to berry," said Hester, "plant and neighbors and their child- charter a new barracks in the
winters at his Inverness home Lady of Fatima Catholic Church beef supper this coming Satur- Homosassa Methodist Church; all ages and a great variety of ,personnel will guide walk-. ren during Open House, and western part of the county,pre-
and travels extensively in the will hold its monthly meeting at day evening, from 5 p.m. until l and Stanley Newburg Crystal subjects. Increases in the cir- through tours of the Inglis we're sure they will find our ferably Crystal River to accommodate -
summer season. He presented a 8 o'clock tonight at the FPL.All 8 p.m. in the school lunchroom. River Presbyterian Church. culation of adult non-fiction titles plant. Inglis plant to be a fascinating the veterans in that
color slide lecture on the Canadian members are urged to attend Tickets will be on sale at the Among other services pro- is very heartening. He pointed out: "If local civic operation." part of the area it pointed out.
oRock1es.'_& ers Pass and bring a guest. door. vided via the ministerial orCARROLL Fourteen magazine subscriptions Commander Davis has received -
and the Abridged Reader's Film Shown By 81 TV Stations a report that the bill H.R.
.
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are being added to the 2332 has been favorably received -
libraries at Inverness and Wil- by Congress and will be
The exciting color film about have used the film during the
liston. If people use them simi- acted upon soon. This bill asks
: Citrus County has been shown by past year to the Citrus County
lar subscriptions will be taken
$100 month for
Ready Mix Concrete for other branch libraries. 81 television stations around the Chamber of Commerce. War per I veterans pensions and $75 the for
Best seller titles country, the county paper was McGowan said the popular film
are being widows of deceased vets.k also
informed last week, mailed *
was to a total of 102
rented for free loan in the 11 eliminates the pauper's oath,
libraries Crystal River's Jack Mc- stations, with only 21 turning it
and the bookmobile the
whereby veteran
must
a
sign
Gowan, largely responsible for down. A number of
Inc. ,.'. .." throughout the region. Until the stations ran pauper's oath before he can be
Concrete documentary movie,attached it twice.
Ready-Mix December, 1962, rented best admitted to a VA hospital.CONFERENCECLOSING .
,. a list of the TV stations who
sellers were only available in
the Ocala Public Library. An - -
16 Years Experience inventory of 400 books are in
this rented collection, about
1/3 of which are in the Ocala OFFKE

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Finest Quality Fairest Prices IsProposed


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Serve, You -' : The Citrus-Hernando County
Association for Retarded Child
ren will hold its next meetingOn ,. .a.te.. .
Feb. 21. 7:30 p.m.. in the
Women's Club on Main Street.
INVERNESS 726-1071
According to Harry Van Nort- z -
wick, this next meeting will be
CRYSTAL RIVER 795-2621 important as information con-
cerning the new "special class"
for retarded children will be i
DUNNEUON HUitir 9-2831 discussed: at length.The general
public is cordially invited to
eSAND l EXCAVATING attend this and future meets.
Mr. VanNortwickalso reminded -
S ROCK BULLDOZING that election of officers for
the new year will also be apartof .:.,
ASPHALT PAVING next week's business.
G CEMENT flSPlIlllT The Association for retarded
children has started a membership
-lIMERtJt'KCQIICRETE. drive, and officers are
pleased with the results to date. PENINSULAR ABSTRACT COMPANY
This drive will continue until
COMMERCIAL .
INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL March 15. hveriess FbrMi
PLANT MIX ASPHALT OR COLD '"It is not necessary to have ,

DRIVEWAYS HIGHWAYS retarded children of your own to Established 1921 Ptee 72C-3431
PARKING AREAS belong to this organiZation",
Van NOrtWick pointed out, "butwe
STREETSCARROLL want you to have that necessary Frank D. Sanders, President Mrs. Frances Q Ken...s r

desire to help out." Mrs. Margaret C. Romine, Secretary Executive Vice Preside.

berships There are available two types: the of family mem- Exclusive Agent in Citrus County, Florida, for Title

plan, which costs three dollars & Trust Company of Florida, of Jacksonville, Florida

Q per year; and the club or organization -

plan, which costs five TITLE I NSURANCE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
o dollars. Anyone wishing to join
CONTRACTING CO. INC. this worthy organization is requested
to drop a line to P.O. Not a branch or any other kind of off-shoot-it's the real '*McCey".
Box 277, Inverness.

Inverness Crystal }River Dunnellon .Member American Title Association Florida Till Asso f.H..
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