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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 14, 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: VID01576
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t YEAR NUMBER 7 INVERNESS FLORIDA FEBRUARY* 1963 2 SECTIONS 16 PAGES

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? Pre-Assembly -: .. .tta 1 '-. . ( 4 I Weather I Record Turnout For

a,4 Tuesday
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Forums Here ..t i .. -'frJ J . Wednesday 2Y 4b Lo 54 Hi I

: .' 1a Thursday 50 71
This WeekendTwo I., ; i y 1 Friday 51 68 Municipal Voting Predicted

: 'L :j Saturday 39 6Z
meetings are slated Sunday 46 71
within the next couple of days j Monday 56 83 -

which should be of interest to TUesday 50 75 and Scofield. They are Robert Tomie Scofield S.R. Stephan
many Citrus County people,voters Yesterday 31 -- 903 ResidentsAre N. Smith Jr. and J.W. GrantSr. and Abraham "Abe" Weitz.Stephan -
in particular precipitation -- 2.10Weatherman The latter is also a former is a former member of
Rep. A.R. "Baldy" Strick- member of the Council. The the Council here.
land told the county paper this r Back EligibleIf Rev. J.S. Johnson, last candi- Whoever receives the largest
week that two "preLegislature" date to file before the Feb. 4 number of votes in the mayoral
street corner conversationand
sessions will be held for The Citrus County weathermanis deadline, will not be in the race. contest will be Inverness' next
the benefit of Citrus Countians. back in business! indication political predictions are any Mrs. Dean explained that although Mayor. Winners of the two-year
nextTuesday'smunicipal -
One will be held this Saturday With this issue,The Chronicleis election here should Johnson had filed his Council terms will also be decided -
turn
evening at 7:30 in the county again giving pertinent weather petition and paid his qualifyingfee on the basis of who receives -
out a record number of votersto
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commissioners' room of the a facts. We have been unable.to the ballot boxes his acceptance was not filed the most votes. The
i courthouse. The other is sche- give this information since at City Hall. within the required time as three four-year seats will be
On election eve, or next Mon-
duled for Monday night, same mid-December due to a break- 7:30 stipulated in the charter. His filled by those three candidateswho
day candidates for
night at ,
time, in the Crystal River 1 Y down in the equipment at the and fee of $15 was refunded. get the first, second and
school auditorium.Both x local weather station. slated Mayor to appear City in Council the city park are The Mayor's post is being third largest number of votes.

Rep. Strickland and Sen. Barring another major equip- for a so-called public speaking.Some sought by three persons, two All eligible voters are being
James E. "Nick" Connor. will ment failure Chronicle readers of the candidates have indicated men and a woman. This officeis urged to exercise their privil-
be on hand to consider any and may expect this popular weekly they will not be there, currently being held by Rol- ege and responsibility by goingto
all questions, and to discuss feature. however. lie Figgins who did not chooseto the polls next Tuesday. The
matters of interest to local, seek re-election after serv- new City officials will meet for
City Clerk Rema Dean told
residents. ing two terms.Candidates the regular Council session on
Civic Club Tabs the Chronicle that there are 903
The State Legislature con- persons registered and quali- for Mayor are Mrs. Tuesday night.
venes 2 Strickland
April Rep.
fied to vote in next week's con- .
reminded, and these two pre- ryQ : .o+ Major Bellamy troversial balloting. Mrs. Dean .\FEBRUARY; : 1963
Legislature will afford
meetings
said she thought this was a record . t UM MOW TU! W8D 'Tmi coq SA7
local citizens the opportunity their ': : : I 2
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HERNANDO regular number of accurate voters :-. -: -
proposals to "get off for their chests"any TIME FOR SWAPPING HEARTS--Today is Valentine's Day, that special time of the year when meeting last Thursday night, for any municipal election. Only 3 C 5 6 7 8 9
legislation or hearts both young and old have.an inclination to lean toward love in all of its many facets. Valen- members of the Hernando Civic recently the registration books ,,,
matters and of possible need in the tine's Day Is especially dear to the little hearts of school children, who find therein the opportunityto Club elected new officers for were purged and about 100 10 II .12 13 I 14 15 16

county; noted state. The that county'slegislator he has show their special fondnesses for those special someones. In the above picture only the pose isficticious..as the coming year. These leaders names removed. 1 ___: 17 1819. 20 21. 22 23
Gary Davis and Lori Welch have much more in common than being models for the will be installed at the March Voters will be able to cast
heard numerous requests on photographer. --staff photo meeting. their ballots at City Hall from 24 25 26 17 28
various matters, not the leastof Elected Civic Club presidentwas 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Tuesday. ....us.r ua V. .S.
which Is seeking remedy for -
-- -- -- Major Bellamy, who will 7 ii.
Election workers recently Appointed i s
fishing conditions in the area. New Officers PickedCountry succeed Mrs H.L. Woodford in by the Council are Mrs. .fa wuu Sit r a
Rep. Strickland said he would School Graduates 13 M IS I* 17 18 I
this capacity. Others elected Irene Y. Smith, Mrs. Blanche 20 21 12 21 24 25
be glad to attend any meetings, were: Bradford Spires, vice Dias, Mrs. Frankie Dickinson, M 2* 1C ,
at citizens'request,in other Club Here Eleven CR FiremenCRYSTAL
any president; Mrs. Audry Bellamy, and Mrs. Blanche Yandle. Alternates -
community or area of the RIVER--The fire secretary-treasurer; and Luc- who may serve at the 47 1185r.ORIOA

county. school which convened Feb. 7 ille Sike Lucille Baklanoff, polls are Mrs. Ina Lee Green,
Has Limited StockOfficials and continued through Friday of Mrs. Woodford, John Christenson Mrs. Mae Henley, Mrs. La- .
Fund Campaign last week had an attendance of and the Rev. Henry Cribb, Verne Rosier, and Mrs. AnnieC. i li; ,,, H

of the Inverness Golf join should contact Mrs. John 15 firemen, according to Chief all members of the board of Warnick. .... .r- ..
-- & Country Club met early this (Polly) Hester. Paul Dwyer. All Hid not com- directors.In Election fever this year has .. :,. ..;" .
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Begun By VFD week and elected new.officers The club reports a total of 850 plete the course, but diplomaswere other business, it was reported been unusually fervent. All offices --":'---

.l and chairmen for the coming shares of stock will be sold.To awarded to 11 firemen that the regional libraryis are open to voter act- IT'S NEXT WEDNESDAY reminds E. Van Anderson, at he
FLORAL CITY--Residents year. date 670 shares have been sold, who finished the school.In supplying a sign for the ion. For the first time since points to Feb. 20--deadline for buying 1963 license plates. The
of this community and surrounding Re-elected president of the leaving only 180 left. The remaining addition to Chief Dwyer, Hernando library, at no cost the City Charter, or since 1917, county tax collector, in whose office the license tags are pur-
4 area are being askedto club was Dr. Alfred Brown, for stock will be sold at others presented diplomas were to the Civic Club. all five seats around the Coun- chased, also reminds that his office will be open this Saturdayto
help in 'the operation of the a two-year term. Also elected $100 a share only until March 1, Aubrey Allen, Jay Carver, cil are vacant, subject toTues- facilitate last minute business. As of Tuesday morning, only
V oral City Volunteer Fire Department for two-year terms were Louis after which cost ofthe stock Brown Dumas Jr., Fay Duffy, Men Not Guilty day's election. 3.830 tags had been bought. This is only little more than half
and will be given the Connell Vice president, and will be increased to$125.Mem- David Evans, Carmen Mar Three councilmenpresidentFred the expected 7,000 plates to be sold this year--and with less
opportunity during a fund raising Carey Baxley, secretarybership applications after all these Randall Owens. Dwight Hair, Helmar "Dutch" than a week to go. Have you got your new license tags yet?
campaign now getting underway treasurer the stock has been sold will Redmon, Kirk Slack and Jack Of Motor Theft Pospiech and M.C.Scofieldhave -- --Staff photo -
,"-- ----- Others-_who will serve-on require.aninitiationfeeof$125..- Zamboria-.r ..-' f Two Leesburg -men""cliarged announced for another
Chief Homer Sharpe told the club's--- board----- of-- directors' are'. with thef{ of an outboard motor four-year term on the munici-
Bill Kant and Walter Turner, pal body. The two other mem- Fair To Pick
Victim
county paper this week that B&E valued at $100 were found not Group Hunting
members the department will two-year terms; Pat Buckley, County Had 81 guilty in d criminal case heard hers Robert Earley and Mrs.
be accepting donations, and Bob Ritz Otto Allen and Tom by Judge: Carroll Fussell in the Kathleen Balasch, recently resigned OfficersPlan EventThe
Bronson all leaving all seats Home Sat.After
one-year terms. of court here. open Going
I those persons giving to help the current term for .
newly organized department Cases During Year Defending the pair was JohnsonS. voter interest. regular monthly meetingof
will receive honorary member Savary, appointed by the Mrs. Balasch, immediatelyupon the Citrus County Fair As- almost three weeks in
cards. Although no specific a- I qumais.; carrying____.,__ weapons: "* court. rendering her resignation, sociation directors will be heldat the local hospital, a 15yearold -
mount is being asked, most. Tabulation' of various offenses arrests and 2 quilty; offenses The accused men, Carley R. announced she would run to suc- 8 o'clock tonight in the old hunting accident victim is
persons are giving five or ten committed in Citrus.County reveals against family, 16 arrests and Carver, 33(formerCitrus resi- ceed herself for the remainingtwo Lecanto school. Harley Levins going home. He considers
'dollars, Chief Sharpe pointedout. that there was a total of 8 guilty; dent), and his brother, BobbyR. year period. She is being is current president, and Quentin himself a lucky youngster.
% 81 breaking and entering cases Liquor law violations, 1 acquittal Carver, .25, were chargedwith contested in the election by Medlin is fair director. Steve Sawvell, son of Mr. and
Money received in the fund p I here during the past year, according ; public drunkenness, 68 grand larceny of the motor Elfred "Bob" Lassiter. Seek- Two important matters to be Mrs. Roy Sawvell of Moss
campaign will be used for expenses -* to information from the arrests and 62 guilty;disorderly from the property of W.O.Cary. ing the other two-year unex- considered tonight will be electIon Oaks Trailer Court, is being
j incurred by the fire department Citrus County Sheriff's Department conduct, 32 arrests and 7 on Dec. 21. pired term of Earley, are John of new officers and plans for discharged, on crutches from
and for future equipment acquittals; vagrancy, 5 arrests Jury members were George Dampier and W.K.Jenkins.Jen- the April "Spring Festival". the hospital Saturday. He was
needs. The fire chief explained There was one robbery (Bankof and 3 guilty; driving while intoxicated May (foreman), Harold Free- kins is a former councilman. Richard Kelly is chairman of felled by a blast from a .410
that about $1,000 per iT: ] Inverness), five cases of and reckless driving, man, Wilbur Bertine, S.D. There are two candidates the festival program.Mr. shotgun while hunting Jan. 27.
year would be a conservative aggrivated assault, three auto 83 arrests, 60 guilty and 22 Spann, W.B. Ellis, and Wilbur running for the four-year term Medlin reminded that the Steve and several others cn
estimate of annual departmental thefts, 35 cases of larceny of. pending.; __ Stafford Sr. in addition to Hair, PospiechCounty's public is Invited to these meet- that day were hunting off
expenses. He said it will be necessary DR. ALFRED BROWNDr. less than $50, and 40 cases of ings and he hopes as good a Trail's End road, just east of
for a fund drive each larceny of more than $50. Fabulous New Hotel representation will be on hand Floral City. A companion
Brown appointed the following The yearly arrests report does tonight as for recent monthly Jack O'Dell 14, of Inverness;
year.The Floral City unit now members to his commit- not include a great number of meetings. tripped as he and Steve were
possesses two resuscitator tees: Kant, house chairman; juveniles.On. crossing onto a small island.,
tubes-one for infants and the Elizabeth Solyer, entertain charges of violating Opens Friday To Full Housetainment Jack's weapon discharged,
other for adults. ment; Buckley,finance;Turner, traffic and motor vehicle laws tearing gaping hole in Steve's
Chief Sharpe said there are greens and grounds;May Eaton, there were 672 arrests in 1962, CRYSTAL RIVER--Citrus the exclusive establishment personalities.The leg.
18 active members in the department publicity; Polly Hester, mem- plus 300 summons.Of these 846 County's most glamorous til the first of next week. multi-million dollar resort Persuaded to leave his
and about 10 honorary bership; Jack Reed, golf and were found guilty, 57 were acquitted structure opens to the public Early and unofficial reports in addition to its gleamingand wounded friend and seek help
members, all of whom will be tournament; and Dorland Van and 70 cases are still tomorrow after many months of that an "open house" would be handsome structural appearance Jack finally summoned Jan.
making house-to-house con- D sen, handicap.The pending.A planning and construction.Now, held, with that singing rage offers a great deal to Johnson of Jacksonville, the
tacts in the fund drive. Inverness Golf & Country breakdown of some other "with no stone left unturned", Miss Patti Paige, were quelled those who patronize its colon- adult hunter in the froup.
Club now has 155 members.The offenses. shows: Paradise Plantation Hotel and early this week. An official of ial-type atmosphere. There arc Johnson managed to carry the
goal is 45 more this year,which Criminal homicide 1 acquittal Country Club is a fabulous rea- Paradise Plantation explainedthat 100 air-conditioned rooms with wounded 120-pound boy about
Loop Cage Tourney will make a .total of 200 mem- ; manslaughter by negli- lity.To no open house, as such,had windows facing either the fam- a mile through brush and
bers. Due to the clubhouse size gence, 1 acquittal; aggrivated infer, however, that this ever been intended; that the ous golf course or the equallywell marsy to their jeep, and then
Opens Up Tonight and the fact that a nine hole. assault 5 arrests and 4 acquittals magnificent edifice and its var- popular singing star had tenta- known waterfront. Patios, rusy him to the hospital.
course is offered, it is felt that ; breaking and entering, ied facilities will be open to tively been scheduled to appear swimming pools, boat marina While Johnson was going for
CRYSTAL RIVER--Opening only 200 members can be accommodated 6 arrests and 2 acquittals; larceny the general public as of tomor- here, but that plans had gone (complete with guide service), the wounded youth, Steve cut
action in this year's West Coast satisfactorily. 20 arrests and 16 acquit- row perhaps would be misleading. afoul. skin diving facilities, steam his britches leg and crammed
Conference basketball tourna- People planning to join the club tals; petty larceny 33 arrests Fact of the matter is, the The opening attraction, inci- baths, barber shop, beauty sal- mud into the large bole to
ment will get underway at the would be wise to make application and 10 acquittals; Hew Paradise Plantation Hotelis dentally, will be the Red Lane on, gift and dress shops,bridge stop the blood flow. Fortunately -
Crystal River High School gym before stock is sold and Auto theft, 3 arrests and 4 "booked up" through the Trio from Frank Sinatra's Lake room, etc. Of course there are no bones were severed or
nasium tonight. Results of the membership Is filled, after guilty of lesser charge; assault weekend. All 100 luxurious Tahoe. This popular group will tennis courts and the well publicized split.
three-night court action will determine which applicants will have to be and battery 35 arrests and 11 suites are filled to capacity, be featured from four to eight 18-hole golf course. I
loop junior varsity and placed on a waiting list, it was acquittals; embezzlement and and will accommodate only reserved weeks and will be followed by .This course was given national Attend State Fair
J varsity champions. emphasized. Persons wishing to fraud 79 arrests and 8 ac- patrons and members of numerous ether name enter- recognition via All Star Golf,as .
( Tonight's opening round will viewed on television for seven A bus load of Citrus County
find.the Citrus High juniorvarsity -' weeks and was one of five courses youngsters joined other Florida
pitted against the jayvees throughout the country so ...Will Receive Award... youth at the State Fair in Tampa
from South Sumter. The varsity selected. In the past several last Saturday.
-. action will be between Crystal years golf pros ca the local Fred Reed Making up the local traveling -
River and Dunnellon. Friday club staff have Included such group were members of the
night the Citrus High Hurri- names as Tommy Bolt (a Cry- Inverness and Crystal River
canes will meet the varsity of stal River golf figure who recently 4 H WinnerFred schools Safety Patrol and Future -

South Sumter and the Crystal seconded in the San Francisco r Reed, a 16-year-oW Farmers of America from
River)jayvees will take on Dun- Open), Jim Ferrcs,Frank sophomore at Citrus HIP Homoa.aa and Crystal River.
nellon s juniors. The finals will ,, s Stranahan, Chick Herbert Gay School has been named the recipient There were nine Safety Pa-
be'on Saturday night. Brewer, Marlene Bauer Doug of the State Fair Award trol members from the Inverness
'Last year the Brooksville Ford Bill Collins and Paul. for {he outstanding 4-H Boy school, accompanied: by
jayvees were conference Hahn (quick-shot artist). from Citrus County. Mrs. Ray Fier and John Dam-
i champs and the two-year undefeated For those of the "19& bole The award will be presented pier.
Hurricanes were loop set". Paradise Plac!stion Hotel. to Fred this Saturday at the
varsity winners. offers a complete divot loungeand Florida State Fair grandstand --
bar, open from noon until program on 4-H Club Day. He :
Valentine Dance midnight. The dining room cap- will receive this award along
The Jaycees will sponsor a acity is 300 persons, and there with other candidates from all
_ Valentine Dance at the club- fti ( p s Qa are convention facilities for at over Florida. : 1f

house Saturday, featuring The least 250 persons. Fred, who is the son of Mrs. '
Colonels from Ocala. Proceeds Public Relations director for Letha Stafford of Fletcher Heights r.{;
will go to the club's building the magnificent new establish is currently president of ..

fund. ment is Gregg Taylor,formerly the Inverness Senior Boys 4-H Let patience have its perfect -
Sat. of Pompano Beart. Crystal River's Club and treasurer of the county work. -( ... 1 :4).
\ Band Supper awn Ed ToKe' Is maaagerof Boys' 4-H Council. He is also
Band Lettermen's Club the golf club and is realty drum major for the schoolbud We should werciae patience
[I The director. in everything we do. particularly -
Ownership of the resort and is active in maay club;
j) of Citrus High, 1$ having a Is held by A.P.'G ffIt1! & For his project work this in our relation with

spaghetti supper'this Saturday Associates of Oraagefcurg. S.C.. year, Fred is working la safety, others. Patience should be the
I from 5:30
until 8:30
evening Construction was docs by Ray junior leadership, electricity, constant benchmark of our attitude -
I- in the school cafeteria. Tickets Tassinari Construction Corp.of forestry, and soil and water toward sheen wfch whom
I are available at the door. .. --staff photo Gainesville. we work or naociua.
1 1 ...this magnificent multi-million dollar structure opens "for wpect1on" tomorrow. conservation..







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2-A The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE February 14, 196 .

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/) Completes Training Inverness. Personals" Sportsmen's: Floral: City Mrs. Edward a recent P. St.presidents John attended -

meeting, of Dist. 1, Westminster -

GREAT LAKES, ILL. Walter Park: By MRS. DON SHINGLER PHONE 7261844Mrs. Presbyterial at the homeof SEt srS
F W. Lindsey son of Mrs. Dorothy -, Mrs. Moe Henley 1'hone.72&.1R22 Mrs. John Patterson Lake-

I M. Lindsey of Crystal By Florence LeonardMr. Mary'Thigpenn of Jacksonville OF THE Floral City Baptist chur land. The Inverness Presbyter-I
River, completed recruit traintagT and Mrs. Roland Buschof is visiting her mother ian Church will entertain Dist RKftK MASS iOflOM MAT
Mr. and Mrs. Bob G. Tanne- Pisono has returned enjoyed covered dish supper Ion March iMerkowitz
Mrs. Anthony
h. Jan. 25, following nine Milwaukee Wis.were house- Mrs. j.o. love. Mr. and Mrs.B. .
prior to their
? weeks of basic recruit trainingat hill and family spent Saturdayin to her home in West guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thigpenn of Titusville visited regular monthly .
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+ the Naval Training Center. Cocoa visiting,friends. Islip, L.I. after a month visit- Martens last Monday and Tues Mrs. Love Sunday.Mr. meeting last Tuesday night.Dr.
r Indoctrination life Lt. Lance Smith of Fort Jackson ing her parents Mr. and Mrs.,. and Mrs. Lynn Herron
to Navy
and Mrs. B.K. Heimbackof
t, consists of seamanship military S.C. will return to his homein Ruben Underwood.Mrs. several day.Miss Norma Yock daughterof Louisburg Pa. are vacationing cf Sharpsvlile Mr. and Mrs., Ind.Ivan were Morris guestsof GET ACQUAINTED SALE
hav- .
weekend
Inverness this E.C. May spent
drill fitness Pock flew back
physical Mr. John to in Keating Park for a coupleof for several
; days.
swimming and survival naval ing completed his two years in days last week with her daughterand her home in Hackensack. N.J. months.Mr. .
the Service. Lt. Smith and his grandson Mrs. Lolira Dick John Morris of Salem ind.
orientation and first aid. f Camelias and AzaleasIn
1 on Monday. and Mrs. Albert Kent-
arrived this week his
to visit
Also
wife will make their home in inson and Russell. visiting and Mrs. Arthur Voseof
Mr. hack of Wilkes-Barre. Pa.
Ii Lake Tsala Gardens. Mrs. Dickinson was her sister are Parents Mr.and"Mrs. Burl Mor-
Guest of Mrs. Lovonia Han- and husband Mr. and Mrs.Mal Lake Worth were guests of enjoying a months visit with full bloom '
Specialistsin bury is Mrs. Clyde Mountain of colm Kimble of Safety Harbor. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce on Mr. and Mrs. Howard Male. ris.Mr.. and Mrs. Harold Tennyof arid bud (My 75C each

Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Jones Rock Tavern,
N.Y.
Charleston S.C. Miss Nellie Sue Dias spent are spend-
Roofing Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Connelland the weekend with her parentsMr. and Mrs. E.MerdiethofPeoria ing the Vinter at their home in
"Conscience is the still Ill. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zan-Mar Villag. Landscape Nursery
} Mrs. Lance Smith were din- andMrs.MarvinDias.MissDias
and CarpentryRepairs ner guests of Mrs. C.H. Wellenin is a student at the University -. small voice that makes' us Folkner of ButtyVille. N.J. are Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Love are
t) Ocala celebrating the birth- of South Florida. feel still smaller: vacationing in the area. visiting Mrs. Love's sister. U.S. Hwy 41 No. & State Hwy 44 East
and RemodelingNo day of their daughter Miss Miss Ada Smith of Gainesville The Brotherhood and W.M.S. Mrs. Stella Spooner in Sebring.:

Job Too Small Louise Connell who is makingher spent he weekend with her parents -

il H. VarnesRt. home with her sister Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. .
Wellen. Smith Hwy. 44.

\. 1 Hickory Hill Retreats Weekend guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. D.B. Fiske
Inverness Florida Mrs. W.L. Owen was Mrs. motored to Miami Friday to 'Thanks A Million"Nominating
Phone 726-2987 Owen's.sisters. Mrs. Jeanette visit their daughter Mrs.Donna : .
Knight and Mrs. Bell Stephensof Prentiss. Mrs. Fiske remainedfor .
7-lp Jacksonville. an extended visit.
Guests of Mrs.Madge lena Fud- .
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erer are Mr. and Mrs. Joe; PetitionWe
Hernomitz of Canada.Mr. .
and Mrs. Johnson S. Sa-
You'll vary spent Saturday in Tampaas
enjoyin guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- the undersigned being registered voters of the City of member of the City Council of the City of Inverness Florida at;
ard Clark. Inverness. Florida hereby present M.C. Scofield whose residence the election to be held in the City of Inverness, Florid, Oft the:
Weekend guest of Mrs. N.H. is in the City of Inverness. Floridaas a candidate for the, 19 day of February. 1963. (Four year term)
: nomination to the office of councilman to replace himself as a
her Miss
;ie_ 4eti Betty Boswell Connell was fromTallahas-daughter


see.Weekend guests of Mr. and Almquist Arthur Doane Verona N. Hall. Estol Virginia S. Scott Estelle
a home Mrs. Fred C. Payne was their Arline Jim Dabney Archie W. Hall, Vivian Marshall Adeline R. Scott Edward A.
i granddaughter and family Mr. Arline Ethel D. ,Dabney Doris T. Hill Tom McDonald J. E. : Smith A lice
and Mrs. Bob Glisson and son Arline Shirley DickersonW.E. Hicks R. E. McDonal Mary E. Snyder Paul E.Smoak. .
from Folkston.Ga. Also visitingthe Anderson E. Van Davis Gerald J. Hicks. Bessie I. Maines William R. Cary
of Paynes was Mrs. Payne? Anderson, Lillian E. DeBusk. J ante M. '. Hi nston, Thomas S. Maines. Grace E. Smoak Essie
your own aunt Mrs. Mary Cardin of Algar Mose Dampier. Earl G. Hancock C. D. Martin Richard E. Sawyer Lee
Englewood Tenn., Mrs. Car- Algar Bertie M. Dampier. Sarah C. Hints ley, Ottilia E. Martin Nit a O. Sawyer, Addle
din's son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Allen, Harry K. Double Rose C. Honacker Earl D. Jr. Marlin Paul A. Sayer David
Fred Peace of Madisonville Allen. John G. Double C. B. Honacker Shellea M. Jr. Marlin Esther E. Sawyer Ruby
Tenn. Anderson. Gertrude C. Downward Franklin H. Hensley Janet C. McColm Bertha S. Stewart. Nellie B.
Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Davis Anderson Denzil D. Dawson A.H. Hensley David McColm John D.McClement. Stephens. Beatrice
visited Mr. J.P. Carter in De- Allen Alberta M. Davison, Mollie M. Hamill Hugh M. H. Stephan Samuel R.

land.Mr. Aikens. Walter J. .Dampier John G. Hamill Margaret Stephan Cecil G.
and Mrs. Raymond G. Arnold O. W. Sr. Dampier Gladys P. Hall Guyton NayJor, Denver D. Schnee G. S.
Johnson and two children have Arnold Irene F. :Dampier Margaret Hugus A. C. Naylor Dorothy E. Schnee Evva B.
returned to their home at Pine- Aikens. A. Mrs. Deal H. P. Hugus Ethel M. Neenauer Kelly Smith Irene Y.

Has Park after a month visitingRaymond's Arnold, Howard A. Deal Victoria W. I Hackett Benjamin Naylor Herbert Sawell RoySweitzer
parents Mr. and Arnold Florice R. Dias Blanche S. \ Hackett. Harriett Naylor Edna. E. A.
Mrs. Ray Johnson. While they Allen;jOhn A.Alvilson. Dias, Marvin L. Hester Mary J. Niblock Frances C. Sweitzer Anna E.
.s were here they became the J. C. Davis Helen M. Hill Dora Noblock Rex M. Sandlin Laura F.
parents of a baby girl Tameria Dickinson Frankie R. rlorton... Alice Norgaard Mabel M. Sweat John R.
Marie. Brannen. Geo. H. Dodd Leonard L. Norgaard, Paul Stafford Letha M.
Barco Edna E. Dyer M. Arthur ,(Only I on registration book) Norton. Merrill. Scofield Bernice H.Tomberlln .
AMBASSADOR 3 BEDROOM FROM 9880. Barco, Hugh C. Dyer Pearl L. Ivey Harry C.
Lake TsalaGarden Drown. Mabel M. Day. Cecil T. Ogden. Nina D. Maybelle
ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE TSALA APOPKA Bowles J. F. Day Ethel L. f. Johnson Ethel S. O'Connell. Gladys P. Tobin Ann B.

Bowles Emma V. Jewell JuUaJohnston. O'Connell. Leland W. Thomas Carl M.
Bearden J. B. Edwards William F. Clyde J. O'Neal J. T. Thrift Boyce H.
Homes and Homesites Bearden Elizabeth Eastman Marie Johnston Irene F. O'Neal Wilma .Thrift Jessie M.

By Gladys Davis Bellamy. LeRoy Edwards.KathleenElkins Johns. J. W. Owen W.L.Osterhout Tomberlin L. W.
VAtehnludP.d L Beck,j oseph Carl .. Johns Flora B. Gail M. Tobin T. J. ,
The Lake Tsala Gardens Com Beck. Eleonora Fiske Henriette I Jackson. Johnie Jr. O'Grady Maurice Thomas Stanley H.
munity Club held a covered dish ;: O'Grady Frieda Thomas Stella M.
Brass Henry D. :-oster, Joe D. James Robert E.
dinner at the Florida Power Brass Mayo M. Figgie Rollie H. James Irene Ogden;J. C. Tooke Viola S.

j Lounge Monday night Feb. 11th. Bailey Stephen Figgie Edith N. ,I Jackson Doris S. Ogden Grace E. Thompson Lavoaht
Following the dinner Mr. Mike Burkhard B. F. FackleIWilliam F. Jackson Preston Ott John H. Thompson J. S.

Hough syowed some very inter- Burkhard Elsie H. Fackler Leila V. Jenkins Seleta W. Thompson Harriet L.

esing slides of Okinawa Hong Brown Will '. ,>Flora O. E. JenkinsW. K. Patterson Harry L. Thompson. Rolaad G.
Kong and Hawaii which he had Brown Katherine I' < Flora, Jeanne A. '.. Johnson Roxie :Patterson, Billy L. Thomas VernoW.
U. S. 41 SOUTH INVERNESS, FLA taken while stationed in the 'Brooks Wallace Frazier Mrs. G. G. Johnson Charlotte M. Porter Ellen W. Thomas Barbara OKb .
above countries in the military Alfred Peery Paul A.
Brown G. Johnson Oscar O. U's registered
service. Brown Betty C. Grant. Verle W. Peery. Margaret M..Posplecb. .
Our Long-Term Financing Mr. and Mrs. John Pate of Boswell Dessie Grant Lillian L. Kennedy Frances Q. Helmar Vann Louise
Kansas Ill. were dinner guestsof Parker Fannie
Betty Henry A. Goldbourne Arthur Kendrick Franklin R. Veight. Carl L.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hoagland. Betty. KatherineBellamy Green Cornell A. Kuerschnee Herman Parker Eugene L.
Makes Ownership Easy Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eder were Priscilla Gibbs Augusta Kuerschnee Charlotte patterson, Lucius Veight Vaughn Myrtle Cassie M.Bell
in Orlando Sunday atending a reunion -,
Baldwin. Floyd GiLbs Delores Kennedy W. O. Porter. Samuel O. Vanness Hubert L.
with several families all Baldwin Mae GOwisby Barbara Kaufman Richard Pridgen Ha O.
Vanaess Ida Bell
Visit our new"63" display homes today formerly of Aruba Netherlandsand Baxley Carey Green. Viola Kirkpatrick Jeanne L. Parker Carrol Vause C. A.
Antilles. A few friends surprised Blalock Green. Eddie Procter, Bessie
W, E. King JeanetteKey.
Vause. Bernice
in Lake Tsala Gardens Mr. Eder with a birthday Blalock Ruth E. Gaskin Morris C. J. W. Pelzel Al V S.

party on Saturday night. Brannen. Margaret S. Glasco. Margueritte Kendrick Mary E. Pierce. Catherine M. White Frank A,
Bel-Air Point O'Woods Mr. and Mrs. Emil Fleischerof Bailey. Gertrude Glasco James E. Sr.' Payne C. L. White Bonnie R.

Louisville Ky., are guestsof Butts C. Edward Gavin Raymond Lisk Ruth D. Payne. Mattie L. White Bob A. .
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Davis. Butts Margaret G. Gibson, H. V. Lowe Janet E. Perrow Stanley Wade Des ee B.

Brown Margaret E. Gibson Betty Lowe J. E. Sr. Perrow Edna B. Wade Calvin R.
Bugg Ellen B. Gavin Cyrus W. Langston Verdie A. Porter William H. Williams. Ellen
Bugg Willard Gavin Elizabeth Locke Edna Mae Williams. Virginia
Bowles Joseph Grace, Alphonso V. Lowe Elea or S. (Only 2 Q's registered) Warnock Nell
Bowles Catherine Guiliani. Adeline LeBlank. Annie Quinn. Burton R. Warnock Walter F.
c''t Boswell Nellie Gulliani Guido Locke Dale E. .Quinn Macy L. Wilder. L. M. '
Attention Boswell.,L. A. Jr. Goodwin Leon Longworthy Mildred E. Walker Damon
P Buckley. Patrick H. Gillam Lassie Longworthy Henry S._ Reed Ruby Nelle Whiteman Fred W.
Gillam Will Lassiter Eared Reed Willious Wade Otto

Clark James C. Gavin William A. Larson Hellene P. Ryder John E. Wade Lora M,
t. Clark Margaret S, Gratis Vern L. Langlois Alfeed J. Rlchburg. G. M. Williams D. A.
',r' Cossart. James C. Sr. Gaviu. Opal D. Langlois. Marie K. Reed J. Edward Williams. J. B.
I Voters Cato George M. Gulloni. Winifred Lindsey Pretiss Rosier LaVerne L. Neater Wade H.
r Clegg Bessie H. Gibbs Lona Mae Lindsey, Rebecca Reeder Boyce Lello Williams Alpha.Wilkerson. .
Crump Tillman C. Gibbs Russell Levin Wesley D. Righter. Harold K. Robert C.
Chester Jaunita Godfrey Dorothy L. Leslie Frank H. Righter Jennie S. Webster. Betty P.
Chester Archie Godfrey. Harold A. :Leslie Carmen E. Riesner, Pearl Williams Zelphia
Connors Helen Jean Green Mary C. :Livingston Cecil C. Roberts, Robert A. Williams Charles S. "

of Inverness I Castel Frances Graham Thomas Livingston Leola Williams Beatrice
: Castel Elbert Graham Ethel Long Clarence E. Sanders Frank D. Wirshing Charles W.
Cooper J. Wallace Glasco Harold Long Verda E. Scofield O. Frank Wlrsching, Fraacec 'M.

Chester Frank George C.M.Goodrich Long. C. E. Savary, Ida Lee Walking Emmett
ia ; Carlson Albert L. Bonnie Sandlin Coy R. Watkins. Elease
Cathcart. John J. Gratz Tracy F. Martin R. H. Savary. D.L. White Clara
Calvert C. D. Gratz. Jessie A. Martin Verona C. Savary, Maude B. Wade. Nancy R. '
Calvert Minnie L. Marlow Willard E. Savary Andrew Wade Calvin Jr.
Commings. Martha L. Hensley Annie Mae Marlow Lillian E. Savary N. P. Walshamsoo Erich Vac
Cage. C. B. Harris Rex D. Maier, Peter P. Sawyer. Pauline N. Wilson Effie M.
Cage.KatherineCummings. Hall Nora L. Maier Elizabeth G. Sayer Daniel W.
On Feb. 19th we will go to the polls to select the people who will govern our city for the. Robert M. Hancock Esther B. Marshall Charles R. Schweizer. Hans Wilson ViolaWigKmaa, Margaret

next four years. Cooper Sam Hester J eA. Marshall Frank D. Schweizer Jeannette D. Wilder. Ethel P.
Cooper Louise Marion S. Martin. Homer H. Smith Inez D.
BEFORE ;YOU CAST YOUR VOTE THINK THIS OVERII!) The people you select will be Henry. Smith. Weed. Charlotte T.
H.
Clark James H. Henry Allen P. Jr. Mercer Leslie D. O.
to LEVY TAXES-INCUR DEBT--REVISE EXISTING AND MAKE
given power Clark Erlene B. Henry Wiley Sr. Mitchell Ardelle Shelton Lloyd G. (No X's registered)
NEW
ONES. Cambell Sarah Elizabeth Hendrix. Sibyl Mitchell. Ralph G. Shelton Virginia

Cambell, Rayburn W. Hendrix. J. M. Marshall John R. Swafford Rufus L. Yaadle, Stance
will Ask if would
the Invest in these
Consider carefully authority people. yourself
you you
Crowe Lavonia Meeks Scofield George W. Youag. Mrs. CfcHe
A.
Larry E. Hanbury. C. Rayford I
employ any one of them to ope*fete a business that belonged to you: for with your vote, Richard Yoder
Carter Bessie Hairston Thelma L. McGrew: Levi Stuart. W. Mary A.
you may be intrusting to their judgement the management of a million dollar business. 4. Yaadie I
Stevens. Hugh .F.E.
Walter Shadie
Connors D. Hermes JohnHarmanm .. McGrew O. I
Your city. Cummins Robert H. J. Harold McGrew: Mamie M. Smith Benjamin Yaedie. K. B.
Cooper Clair Hanson '" Merritt Sweat Leanord Ya dle.EYa
Mary C. O. HarryMcMurray
It isnt always easy to find people of experience in civic affairs to fill these offices. Too Yates. Ernest
Chambliss Cicero Holmes Julia C. B. Secrist. John W. T.
often those we select are only interested In personal gain or use their office to settle Vivian Yates Ethel E.
Chambliss Julia Hanson. C. A.Hieronymus Murpcy. Wllda H. Secrist. R.
grudges. We are often misled by campaign oratory and flamboyant promises. Cicolinie. Jacob J.T. McEiroy Howard M. Stuart Miriam Young, Jams D. .

Cicolinia Belva Howard Mattie Mae ;-,., McElroy Helen L. Smith, Roy C, Yowg, Gertrude
Because of this and for our protection we have adopted a set of rules and a guide for :
Coulliette Lurlie C. Hall. Wm. N. Mcelroy. Floyd Stewart. R.L. "
those we select to follow. This call CITY CHARTER. While it Is true It is not -
we
our Z eareM. Bdtitr Me ,
app "
Coulliette J. R. Sr. Hall. Ruby C. Marshall, Cassius D. Scott. Mary L.
perfect such as it is, it is the law of our town; passed by the state legislature and Zeifer. Wilbur
Mulliaiks Smith, N.
Corrigan. Frank J. Henwood. Floyd E. w. R. Avy
adopted by the vote of our citizens and each elected officer takes a solemn oath that he z_. nfc J
Hill Roy C. __- Miller, Ulria A. Smith S. Y.Saunders. JOMWB
or she will INFORCE:: DEFEND::AND ABIDE by it. Those who disregard this document
Frank ,Zeller. GoldIe Pawn
P.
Dixon Mattie Mae Hill. Dorothy M. : Miller Nora J. ,
violate their sacred with the :
obligation and defend: their actions tax payers money >:
clearly demonstrate their personal ambitions.

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AS ONE OF THE WRITERS OF THIS CHARTER AND ONE OF THOSE WHO PRESENTED -- # :
IT TO THE STATE feel,very grateful the many good people who have signed mypetition. ,
LEGISLATURE FOR ADOPTION,I FEEL THAT I AM WELL QUALI- M. C Scofieid I
FIED TO SEE THAT FT IS LIVED UP TO. IF YOU ELECT MB TO THE OFFICE OF Sorry that I was unable to see many of our people. who. ,

MAYOR YOU MAY BE ASSURED I WILL WORK FOR THE COMMON GOOD OF ALL OUR were not home when 1 called at,your home Candidate for Re-etoctie*
CITIZENS AS I HAVE DONE IN THE PAST .
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to Inverness City dwell .
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I ']Inverness Golf arid Country Club HomosassaBy :. ", Herlala I


The Inverness Golf and Country. Port Paradise Motel in Cry- ,
j Club held a Scotch foursome'last stal River: 0 Mrs. Vincent Havens MRS MABEL ROBERTS

Sunday with 44 guys and gals New members this week are Mr.and Mrs.Jess ParicK and : ,

participating.Some Mr. and Mrs. Duane Segar of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pelky of
began their 18 holes in .Jnverness.eFeed Traverse City, Mich are here Weekend guests of Mr. and There will be a smorgasbord
:the morning and some in the for a few weeks vacation.Mr. Mrs.: "Pippin at Apache Shores supper Friday Feb. IS, at Her-
'afternoon. It was a bit chilly Grain a and Mrs. Richard B. Van Were: ''his sister, Mrs. Velma nando Methodist Church begin-
Program
.that morning, but the sun came : Cleve left for their home in O'Brien of Washington D.C. ning at 5 till 7 p.m.
,out later and made it pleasant Cedar Rapids, Iowa. and a brother Mr. E.G. Pippin Mrs. J.S. Thomas has arrived -
:for golfing. /' Offers New Payment Mr. and Mrs. Murray Stand- df Bel-Air, Fla. home after spending two
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Competition was keen and the "Growers who.take part in the ish, and his parents, arrived Mrs. Virginia Herkomer of months visiting her daughterand
winners were as follows: low 1963 feed grain program will last Thursday for a stay at their Indiana is visiting her son and family in California and her
..net--Al Brown and Jimmy Ritz, receive a price-support pay- home on Mason Creek Road. family Mr. and Mrs, Jay Hum- mother in Wisconsin.Mrs. .
t 624 second low net--Bob Ritz ment in addition to the 'diver Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stookey phries'at Apache Shores. R.M. Spires is home

and Betty Brown, 66; gross-- sion payment, according to Jul ".S enjoyed last week with their son New residents at Apache from the hospital.
Bert Van Roosendaal and Marion ian Kelly, ASC chairman for David who flew in from Cedar Shores are: Mr. and Mrs. Wal- Major Mae Woodford and Lt.
Schoen with ter Kaluch of California Mr. Herbert attended the Group VI
,tying J.B.John- Citrus County. Such growers ::; Rapids, Iowa. :
son and Evelyn Sipe with 87; will also qualify for regular t.li. Glen Finther, Robert Wood, and Mrs. Gregory of Tampa, staff meeting held at OrlandoAir
., third place net-Phil Pettit and price-support loans or pur- ',i Carl Arminton and Julius Led- Mr. and Mrs. E. Mac Haines of Force Base, for Civil Air
C Sandra Kant, 67. chase agreements on their 1963 i.t i.t i.: ford of Waynesville. N. C. have : St."'PetersburgandMr. and Mrs. Patrol. The Woodford's represented -
Following the tournament, corn, grain sorghum,and barley been having a ball fishing.They 4* ( E.C. Lameroux of Tampa.Mr the Ocala Cadet Squadron -
participants, other members crops. f have caught just about every :. and Mrs. John R. Stewartand CAP..
.'and guests enjoyed a covered The price-support payment, kind of salt and fresh water HARRIETTS SMITH 'son spent the weekend with
disy supper, with all kinds of the chairman explains is a new fish available in these waters. her sister and family Mr. and Got your driver's license yet ?

delicious food. About 100 per- feature of the feed grain pro-. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reed ar- "4/PUt ?Oedd'eet9 u Mrs. Harold Roberts. Time's awasting.Cora .
; sons attended. .gram for 1963. It is a pay rived from Deerfield, 111. for a Mrs. Edward Harding of Apache
Visitors to the localgolf and ment which will be made on the months vacation.Mr. Shores left for a return
club the weekend f asced visit back home to Cape. Cod,
country over established normal productionof t ti, and Mrs. Harry Nelson,
included Mr.and Mrs.William the acreage planted to the ,. ? entertained Rev. L.G. Stephensand Mass. Buser
S. Fort of Philadelphia, Pa.; three feed grains in 1963. The Mr. and Mrs. W.H.Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Harry E.Smith, Mrs.Miles Jackson Alabamais
Mr. and Mrs. R.D.Hodges Jr. same rates will apply throughout at dinner at the Sanders home Rt. 1, Box 114, Inverness, an- here with her nieces.
:. of Boone, N.C.:Michael Allen, the country; they will not 1M Saturday night. nounce the engagement and ap- Tie| Ladies Auxiliary to Le- New and
Johnstown, Pa.; and a numberof vary by counties as the regularloan Mr. and Mrs. Nesbit Newtonof proaching marriage of their Roy Rooks Jr. Post 4252,VFW
visitors who. are guests of do. r will sponsor a ham dinner at
rates
Savannah Ga. have returnedfor daughter, Harriette Ann to
'I. a stay at their home on Roger L. Angsten, son of Mr. the post home on Hwy 200 USM| Furniture
Hwy. 19. and Mrs. Phil Angsten, Rt. I, Guests at the home of Mr.
Mike'sSeven L Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Thompsonwere Box 18, Inverness. and Mrs. Evan Beamesderferwere
called home to Mississippi Miss Smith is a 1959 grad- their children, Mr. and
.. amateurs, he this silver service...-staff photo and
.against top won ,Mrs. Robert Beamesderfer
Seas Restaurant because of the death of his uate of Clearwater High School.
\ children. of Trystown Pa. and Ornamentaland
father last weekend. She was graduated in 1962 from
Ship on the first extra hole ofa Homosassa Civic Club is spon- Central Florida Junior Collegein their daughter, Mrs. Roy Her-
11.00 Dinners Williams Wins sudden death playoff.It soring sale of chicken dinners, Ocala, where she was a mem- rington and child of Bethel Pa. Small Electric.Useful

Sea ToodItafian Dinners was a stirring climax of a with rice,dumplings or noodles, ber of Phi Theta Kappa honorary Other: guests wereMr. andMrs. Appliances
Featuring nip and tuck battle between the Roy Spannuth of Trystown Pa.,
Guns. at the Civic Center,beginning at scholastic fraternity, the Stu- GlassSome
Over top strong hitters, in which the lead noon Sunday Feb. 17. Dinner, dent Government Association Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reber and
Truckers Welcome (parking) was in'doubt to the final hole. complete with dessert and cof- secretary of the sophomore family of Bethel, Pa., Mr. and AntiquesBed

At Gasparella Brown, incidentally, was defeated fee, $1.00. Money from the din- class and was chosen one' ofC.F.J.Cs Mrs. Emery ChristmanofStra-
Open 24 hrs. 7 days'a Week by Jut back in 1959, in ners will go toward a roof over Who's Who. She is u'ssto'wn, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Le- Spreads"SPECIAL"Paint and What Not
the men's club championship. the kitchen and bathroom. employed by the Bank of In- ray Gassert of Bethel, Pa., and
Florida 1 Jut Williams, well known Inverness Williams is proprietor ofJut's verness. Mr. and'-Mrs. Cornwell Beam- $2.50 per gal
Hernando
resident and amateur Bar here in Inverness. Chronicle want Ads pay. Mr. Angsten, a native of St. eS :rer and sister Annie Smith Radios and T.V.
; .golfer. won the senior divisionof of Litltz, Pa. :
; Joseph, Mo. is a 1959 graduateof
the annual Gasparella Golf H i Glenn Coleman is home. from U.S. Hwy 41 1/2 Mi. No.
j Sal.t Central High School there,
t of Floral Cky 7-3p
Tournament in Tampa last Sun- the hospital.
t c, where he was a member of the
Fero Insurance Agency day. +r AY .r Camera Club and student dir- Home room mothers of the
of <
Edmonson
George Tampa ector of the band. He was grad- elementary school are giving
and Dexter Daniels of Winter
uated from Central Florida Jun- the school a Valentine treat
Haven, both former national tt
Home Mortgage r ior College in Ocala and attended / Thursday morning at 10 a.m.
senior champions, placed
second
Life Travel "
the University of Florida. -
i Auto If; HosPitalization and third respectively in .

the tourney. RAN Cf Plans for an April weddingare
This was Jut's first entry in
: All types of insurance tailored for you to save money. senior golf and he is proud of being made. A A-MARINE PLYWOOD
his win and the silver coffee ; BOATS

Fast Claim SettlementsParkview service awarded him for his The Very Best Materials

show of talent on the greens.In 1 IheOld 1//mf/l,
1 Carycraft Boat Works
a field of 247 of the best .
Hotel Bldg. since 1930 golfers in the state, the local _
Dunnellon Ph. 489-2412 489-2338: ir 1 Mile East on State Hwy. 44
amateur finished 7th in the c -
championship flight of the tour- 1Y ti
,c I 4. nament, which was won by Char- 1f ",

lie. Brown of Tampa.

The Friend, Brown, long' hitting Palma ffi lto
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Taxpayer's Ceia player, came from three '
strokes back in the final roundto
tie Jimmy Trezevant J r.,then "Rich relatives seem to
) : won the invitational chaIJ1Pi n.Firemen's ..Harold Harman, Walt King, and H.L. Bass...-staff photo have one big advantage. They 'i I have desire- to serve our
.. community. I am willing to
,
not of the but I do live long.
I am one ; property owners, always ; "', accept responsibility and 1 wills
pay approximately $5.00 per day taxes to the City and .. Cochran Adds New Salesmen #' work fora good city govern-
County on land and houses which are owned by Mrs. Ball | ment in the best interest ui
Scofield and I, and by Scofield Investment Company, '
which is our company.The point Is that if I vote for an !CRYSTAL RIVER--Monday Robert R. "Bob" Cochran They have two daughters. He Very active lively & talked : every citizen.

increase in millage In,, taxes it will reflect in an night's event in Crystal River, owner and operator of Cochran formerly was associated with about groups, BOBBIE BROOKS YMF
increase In taxes for YOU AND US. Therefore 1 will sponsored by the fire depart- Chevrolet Co., N. Apopka Ave., Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. clothes. You'll barrel through"active support
6 not do so unless some real reason or' emergency ment, is the talk of the town announced this week that two for 11 years. days with cotton knit
6i i comes up. The present millage is, in my opinion, this week. additional salesmen have joinedthe Also a member of. the sales stripe shirts & match-mates.... will kc most
t amply sufficient for the growth and development The event was the "Fire motor firm sales staff. staff, for some time, is Walt just arrived' First shipment
your City. I will not vote to throw your tax money man's Ball", a first for the H.L. Bass is a newcomer to King, a native of Hernando and ROXANNE swim suits. Beautiful -
away. I will not stand for useless and unnecessary. local fire unit.Legion the Inverness community. He life-long resident of he county.He two-piece suits in elegant aparecittedRobert
expenditures although they MIGHT BE LEGAL.. .Hall was filled to comes to Cochran's with a num- has been selling automobilesfor colors. You'll want one. Start
i : Therefore I content that 1 am capacity, dancing into the morn- ber of years'experience in sell- 25 years. Mr. King has one your lay-away now at the
; THE TAXPAYER'S FRIEND. ing hours to lively tunes pipedout ing automobiles. son, a student at Citrus High. BEVERLY LEE SHOP. Open ; N. Smith Jr.
by the "Men of Note",com- Harold Harman; is from a Mr., Cochran and his sales every day 8:30 to 600; P.M. ,
' posed of Paul Grannan, Vernmn pioneer Citrus County familyand personnel welcome you to visit All day Wed., Sat. till 7:00 .
Elbrecht, David Evans and Al- is married to the former with them and discuss your car P.M., Main Street, Inverness, This is a Paid Political Advertisement

?x.e.s. bert Varney. Carlene Puckett of Floral City. or truck needs.on Florida. "

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,I .J I CANDIDATE FOR ELECTION TOk Indian Waters Development
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4 .:, This Is a Paid Political Advertisement Taking Shape InCrystal RiverDevelopment I. '. i .. I''f'fi


of eight hundred tion. Mr. Dyer is associatedwith the large land tract. rD '

_ 1 acres of land, known as Indian S. Maurice Whitcraft' for- This well situated land plat I: :
Waters, is taking shape rapidly.; mer president of the Pepsi Cola .was "found" by Mr. Dyer on a r&I
BESTBUYS Situated one mile north of Cry- Bottling Company, in the In- trip to Florida and he decidedit .
'? stal River on U.S. Route 19.- ) dian Waters project. was an ideal spot to developa .r
this retirement subdivision This retirement subdivisionwas retirement community. With 'd I .
eventually be platted into 1,760 conceived by Mr. Dyer in the site available Mr. Dyer interested .
building lots of .varied size. 1960 and work was started at his associate, Mr. ;
Indian Waters Development that time. Development has been Whitcraft, with the thought that )
Corporation, the brain child of slow and it was planned that sub-tropical retirement living
; Ii St. Louis attorney George C. way, according Mr. Dyer,who could be afforded interested II .

Dyer, is the parent organiza; + is presently supervising work purchasers at prices within the When it's a matter ef ? :.

reach of the average income

Little Theatre Looks to FutureCRYSTAL couple.Mr.. .Dyer said Tuesday that I owns. . put it up te us! .

he had become so engrossed ( ,
RIVER--The Little The discussion was of such this development that he was

; 1962 Chevrolet Impala hardtop sedan,radio and heater, autOma-' Theatre held a meeting interest, according to laura running his five-member law When it> comes to your invoke, order
.firm .
white wall tires and brakes Monday evening at the WanderInn Zimmerman, that it continuedfor in St. Louis by telephone.He
: tic transmission, power steering added that-the challenge of I. forms, shipping labels, etc., come to ut. .
i air conditioning, 7000 aoju al miles, never has been licensed with Cliff Luce conductingthe hours, and became a vital

!t listed at 3784.30 V-8 . . . . . . . . 2795.00 business. step in the growth of this com- that this vast he development was leave such We'll design forms to fit your business I Wte
fully expected to
1961 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop sedan,automatic transmission, Next attraction for the organization munity.
_. 1 radio, heater.white wall tires V-8 . . .,. . $1,795.00 has been announcedfor his practice next year to per- a glove/print, t them; to perfection I
_ 1960 Chevrolet 2-door, 6 Cylinder, straight drive.. . 995.00 March 8-9 at the school mit full time attention to Indian I .

t 1955 Cadillac 4-door, real nice.. . . .. . . . . 695.00 auditorium. Waters.
j: 1958 Chevrolet Bel Air, new V-8 motor, Powerglide, radio, Following the completion of Two units comprise the present .

neater, white wall tires. ... . . . . . . . . 995.00 plans for these three one-act acreage with the first unit being
: 1958 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door&cyUnder: ,straight drive..895.00 plays: "Meet The Folks", _nMCm_ the larger and it includes 500
; 1959 Plymouth Belvedere V-8, power steering and brakes, "Dust of the Road", and acres. The ground is on the .

1t white wall tires . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . 895.00 "Silent System", tentative beautiful Indian River and one ofits' .
__ . . . 595.00 selected'and addi- ttiiI areas is within three milesof
', 1957 Ford 2-door V 8 with overdrive.. . casts were the Gulf of Mexico. Mr.
1955 Chevrolet 4-door, 6 cylinder, straight drive, tional rehearsals set. Dyer Is a
truly creating pafa-
: new paint . ... . . .. . . . '. . . . . . 395.00 Later, a discussion ensued dise for retired people.who enJoY -
1955 Chevrolet 4-door, 8 cylinder, automatic transmission, pertaining to the building a outdoor recreation.A .

radio, heater . . . . . ' . . . . . '.' . 495.00 Little Theatre here. Hank USE CARE WHEN .
: 1957 Chevrolet station wagon,!-doorrebuiltmotor6 cy 795.00 Carroll was selected to inquire matter of particular Interest ; For a letterhead. l'. Eram s V HvHV clink

1953 Packard 4-door . . . . . . . . . . . 245.00 securing property as a BURNING. FOREST FIRES is the fact that Indian --
/ 1952 Ford V-8,overdrive . . . . . . .. . . 175.00 permanent place for the Theatre' -. from Waters fresh water supply is wort brofyow'. . TO ItiI cMIIIets. .
TREES! a that delivers
t s playhouse. GROW ON spring
MECHANIC'S SPECIALS ,
.5507000 -
1957 Olds Super 88 hardtop,needs motor.. ... . . . 295.00 hour.; 'gallons of water per .. Bring; printing ..... .
-- Mr. Dyer told a Chronicle We assure precision print. your
1955 Buick Special hardtop,needs: tranSmission.'. . 245.00 ,
..
1954 Buick 2-door, power steering and brakes, needs Holder's Nursery representative Tuesdaythatthe ; ing :for the letterheod of to us . for crafty work
I transmission . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165.00 spring was discovered by -,
I ; 1956 Dbdze: station wagon,rebuilt, motor... . . . 495.00 Green House & LandscapingPhone came accident.bubbling He up said while the dredging spring your choice . and y/e'H' manship, dependable'

i '. work on a man-made lake was gladly' help you(create afresh service, modest COlt, phH
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Business Hours..7Days a week underway.The new design. creative poIeM""", .
_ fresh water supply also :
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FLOWERING BROAD LEAF EVERGREENS...$1.50 upCROTONS..15 that it contains natural fluoridesin a1u&i:

t oz.i and up quantities deemed ideal by Ph. 726-1441
: \ medical authorities. Thus,
i GMAC, Flllld.l.Nortll Apopka.taveraess : ', those purchasers of land in .
All our plants and services: are comparably priced.toyo.u.. mc tE
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I Board Of Public Instruction t r Team Schedule. -I'I'The ., POLACOLM : "

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; Inverness Florida-Dec. 6, 1962 seconded by Ri chard Kaufman schedule at Sportsman's Bowl Avery limited supply Polacolor Type 48 Starter Kit*'.
line .
The Board of public Instruction to accepttheresigaationofMrs.Ann Inverness for the Brooksville
o Citrus County met on this White teacher at Crystal

li q ours date in special session, with its River school effective this .3 t r Woman This is the Bowling second annual Association.tourn- Zeller O'Neal, toe.photography .
chairman Ralph Rooks pre- date. The vote was unanimous. ament.
siding and members Horace Upon the request of Citrus
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Saturday. Feb. 16 3:30 p.m.
Allen Richard Kaufman and County Education Association
Open Sundays' Jesse Thomas present. Richard Kaufman made a motion Ward's Furniture Lane 1 Inverness. Florida

1 PJVL to 12 P.M. Richard Kaufman made a mo- seconded by Gene Allen to C & H Builders 2Allen's -
,'.) New Tables for Ladies Bee- and Liquor tion, seconded by Jesse Thomas schedule three meetings of that !
to purchase 21.89 acres west organiZatin on January 30th.
C.L.Ports Proprieter Bar and Package Goods Bouquet Shop 3
of Citrus High School site and, March 20th and May 8th and to _
Marven (Doc) Davis,NightMix-; Miles South on Highway 41 Misfits 4
oligist a strip 200 feet wide on west end dismiss school on those datesat t Ik
of property bordering on Main 2:30. The vote was unani-
- 16 .
Saturday. Feb. 7:00
.. .. .. .... Street (State Road 44) for $25. mous. Richard Kaufman made a p.m.Sargant's 1
M" T ,u};zJ"; ,>(;,'; N;, o '_,' '" ',' 000.00 from Sadie Edenfield.The motion seconded by Gene Allento General Construct.
: Acme Hardware 2
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all the following pupils to
Board to pay closing assign
l I'I 4 4X 4f ,,1)) 0'" : costs. The vote was unanimous. the respective schools: .I.II

; /" \ ,/f .. I ,:im"z', Horace Allen made motion Citrus High and Elementary: Winns Pharmacy 3 L
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,.. ,..., ,!%,'. ,>" ;N u'r '.. Sweats 4
" : TN Armistead T. O'Neal Leslie
f seconded by Jesse Thomas to I Late Model Sunliner And Deluxe HMM
amend 1962-63 budget to place Margnis Patricia F. McMeekin -
$7,124 from State Forest fund George Eastman,Jr.,LouA. Floral City Cas Grocery 5 Bothfor
6 $10,950.00Other
...." (not anticipated) in sites 2810., Henddy Larry W. Blundell Honegger Chicks

X The vote was unanimous. John L.Boles Martha J.Archer Coffee Kettle 7 new homes available

Jess e Thomas made motion Chontie L. Griffin. ', Snow's Agency 8 TERMSFranklin
& Rug ServiceWe seconded by Horace Allen to Crystal River High and Ele-
Laundry Dry Cleaning RUSS HEALD(above)of Harms-
amend regular 1962-63 budgetto mentary: Cecil Haney Carol L. burg. Pa., holds up a 7 1/2 Sunday. Feb. 17 3:30: p.m. H. Downward
pick up and deliver 3 times a week in the Inverness and transfer 2876.00 from Dis- Smith, Scott H. Pick Bernie E. pound black bass he caught on alive Dal-Mars Coiffures 1
Faulkner Harold F. Cornwell Parkside AVe. Inverness Phone 726-2774
3240.
M t Crystal River Area. trict Contingency to sites shiner over the weekend. Sulivan's 2
2810. The vote was unanimous. Evelyn A. Cornwell Charles This is the second winter Mr. '

FOR SWIFT. EFFICIENT; SERVICE PHONE OR WRITE Jesse Thomas made motion, Dalton Joyce A.Lacosti.WandaL. and Mrs. eald have spent at Dampiers Mannequins 3
seconded by Richard Kaufman Tyner. Moonrise Resort and accordingto Johnston's Fill Dirt 4
Ocala Laundry & Dry Cleaners to make a Resolution #1-62 to Homosassa Elementary: Don Lee Vannoy. manager Heald

.apply to State Board of Educa- H. Faulkner. pulled out a 8 1/2 pound bass I.G.A. Foodliner 5 Only furnace backed by
I tion for permission to incur an There being no further busi- from Lake Tsala Apopka while Andy's Poultry 6
Ocala, Florida obligation against District #1 ness to come before the Board wintering here last year.
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current School fund in the a- Jesse Thomas made a motion
Sunday. Feb. 17 7:00 p.m.
402 So. Main, Street Phone 622-8301 mount of #15000.00 plus interest seconded by Horace Allen to Tropic Homes 1 &. 2 $500 warranty bond. .
at 6% to July 1963. The pay all outstanding bills and PTA Gives Money

vote'was unanimous. the meeting adjourned. Weeds 3
Honey Dippers
Thomas made motion Ralph Rooks Chairman .
Jesse a :
, . To LibraryScoutsFLORAL Ladies Quality Shop 4
seconded by Horace Allen; to Harry K. Buie Superintendentand
yo ._ :.; ' '
draw resolution to pay 10000. Secretary. CITY--The local Metz H Builders 5
00 to Sadie Edenfield for des- Parent-Teacher Association Callen's me Apartments 6 BIInm!!!!!

cribed property in Resolution Inverness, Fla. Jan.8. 1963 held its regular monthly meet-
: AttentionInverness- below upon delivery of deed and The Board of Public Instruction
4 ; Ing Monday night in the school Hernando State Bank 7
binder for title insurance cov- Citrus County met on this dateto
auditorium with John Zellner Bowles Lumber 8
ering $25,000.00 and to further organize itself with the following ,presiding. Boy !
authorize chairman and
secre- members present:Ralph During the business meetingIt
tary to execute note and mortgage Rooks, Richard Kaufman decided V
was to give twenty-
with 6% interest on the Horace Allen and Dave Anderson. five dollars to the Floral City Letters To Editor
balance $15,000.00 due July Commissions of office Library and fifteen dollars to GASFURNACE
15, 1963. The vote was unani- were presented by Horace Allen -
the Girl Scouts. Also it was
mous. Richard Kaufman and,Dave voted to purchase a TV antenna (Editor's note: The followingtwo
Jesse Thomas made motion, Anderson. for[ the school. letters are being publishedat ..
b seconded by Horace Allen to reject Chairman Rooks turned the the request of the Citrus _
Like all Coleman
Voters request of Florida Bow meeting over to the Secretaryand The vote was unanimous. County Chamber of Commerceand

ip Hunters Association for use of Superintendent who asked Richard Kaufman made a motion are examples ofthenutner- heating this Trim products Boy Gas ; ..
Citrus High School football for nominations for Chairman. seconded by Dave Anderson ous correspondence the local Furnace is backed ,.r
p field. The vote was unanimous. Horace Allen made a motion to designate the same seal office receives from interested by a $500 bond <
:#r. .
There being no further busi- seconded by Richard Kaufman for use in the coming year.The. potential residents.) underwriting your ,w
ness the board adjourned. nominating Ralph Rooks Chair- vote was unanimous. Jan. 28, 1963 Coleman guarantee.It's ;
ATTEST: Harry K. Buie man. Richard Kaufman made a Upon the recommendation of Gentlemen: the strongest
Secretary and SuperintendentRalph motion that the nominationscease the Superintendent Miss Kath- After watching a splendid guarantee for any
Rooks Chairman and this was seconded by leen Fuszek was appointed show on television regarding furnace and it
Horace Allen and unanimously Girls' Physical Education Citrus County I would appreciate doesn't cost you a
I am grateful to you for giving me the privilege to Inverness Fla. Dec. 18, 1962 agreed to. The Superintendent teacher at Crystal River High receiving whatever literature penny more!
your councilman for the past 3 years. When I accepted The Board of Public Instruction declared Ralph Rooks Chairmanfor School for the remainder of the you might have regarding LOW
of Citrus! County met on this date the Board. 1962-63 school county. ASA $10.GREEN'S
t the unexpired term Mr. Marshall I was inexperienced term. The vote your .
In city affairs and still have a lot to learn. I surely with all members present its' The Chairman, Ralph Rooks, was unanimous. Thanking you in advance for
picked up many points on people's characters and person- Chairman. Ralph Rooks pre- presiding received a motion Richard Kaufman made a motion -, your assistance and cooperation Per Month Installed
alities. I found out for sure "IrAM NOT A POLITICIAN" siding. The minutes of Novem- from Richard Kaufman seconded seconded by Horace Allen, I am
A crooked politician is a man without a conscience. He ber 27th and December 6th were by Dave Anderson, nominat- to grant the use of busses by Yours very truly More Coleman exclusive

wheels and deals and lie promises everything while trY- approved. ing Horace Allen ViceChairman. Boys' and Girls' 4-H Clubs to A. H. BlockDavenport. give you more for your
ing to solicit your vote and gives you nothing once he has Gene Allen made a motion The vote was unanimous. V attend the State Fair In Tampa Iowa !
achieved his goal. All those promises uttered now should seconded by Richard Kaufman Richard Kaufman made a motion on February 16th 1963. The money ,

have been fulfilled during the past 4 years while office. .. ', that regular January meeting seconded by Dave Anderson , ;vote was unanimous. Dear Mr. ,Welch (Dick Welch. ..o Super-size heat exchanger
..Somebody must have been asleep 'on '''the*switch Well," I held January 31st.at, 1P.M.The to reappoint George W. Gene Allen joined the group CofC president) Increases warmth
I can not promise anyone anything except that I have I vote was unanimous. Scofield Board Attorney for the during the discussion. Nice to have your letter of ,
plenty of time to give and that I am and,will be sincere in i Richard Kaufman made a motion coming year. The vote was Richard Kaufman made a motion the 16th. Frank and I like Inverness reduces gas bills.
exercising the duties designated a Councilman. I shall seconded by Jesse Thomas unanimous. seconded by Horace Allento very much and the nice OTakes less than 3 sq.ft.
work for growth and progress in the best interest of the to approve final plans for Richard Kaufman made a motion pay all bills presented at people there so we are glad to _. -fits any where! r ;

City and will make my decisions whenever I am called additions to Carver Elementary seconded by HoraceAllen this time. be "helper-outers" in the V '.. No alterations needed for -
upon to do so and not only now to impress you with empty Booker T.WaS11ngtonEle- to reappoint Mrs. Ida Lee Sav- There being no further busi- Chamber of Commerce.With add-on air conditioning.
1 :and,worthless phrases. mentary and Crystal River Ele- ary Finance Officer for the ness, the Board adjourned.; kindest! regards _
Ever since I settled here this lovely little city has been mentary. coming year. The vote was un- Ralph Rooks Chairman Sincerely yours'
torn apart at election time by ruthless power-hungry Richard Kaufman made a motion animous. Harry K. Buie Secretary and Mrs. Frank X. Tracy
individuals who 4 years ago cancelled everything the seconded by Jesse Thomas, Horace Allen made a motion Superintendent New York 21. N.Y.
previous council had accomplished.lasted approximatelyone to organize the Board atlP.M. seconded by Richard Kaufman P.S. I congratulate the Citrus
year and elections had to be held again. Bills court- January 8th 1963. Thevotewas that the fourth Tuesday be set County CofC and its new presi- FUEL

suits and lawyer fee's had to be negotiated and paid off; unanimous. as the regular monthly meeting dent.
Gene Allen made a motion day for the Board at 1P.M. OSRITAL
by the City. The sewer plant today costs the taxpayers a
cool $100,000 more due to higher costs in materials and -V V GAS SERVICE
libor. Yes and you hear the usual phrase again from the Saw FilingOur V _
opposition: "The record of accomplishment speaks for

itself.. Time To Plant Specialty Try USEDDIE'S 101 St. Pint St.
,WING liD
k We are at the same threshold again today. Are we going :
back another four years falling for more of these cunning Carrie Bell Tatum. Floral City

politics or maneuvers or are we moving ahead to put Maxine Ann Bridges Inverness
Inverness where it belongs "AT THE TOP"? John Reagan. Crystal River Across from Police Station Ph. 726-1111 iHvtrmss
Camelias & Azaleas bud ,
in and
would like of Laverne Austin. Lecanto
1 to bring to your attention some the
achievements of the council on which I have had the opportunity bloom. Vivian H. Cook. Inverness
,to serve: .n.1IIIt."AU". A4. U/ica"A...".... A Klni-al.v ,... firv"" "J .
Ornamentals of all kinds.
I. Construction of new sewer plant which will surely Ella Woody Inverness
help to bring future growth to our City. Muriel Morton. Homosassa
Palms that won't freeze Milburn Morris. Dunnellon
2. and of
Aerating chlorinating our city water system.
3. No change in tax millage in the past 3 years. Dorothy Barnes. Bushnell
4. Refinancing of old 1943 city bonds with savings in Plenty of shade trees. Charles T. Daily. Inverness

excess of 700000. Complete elimination of old city debt Calvin Cox Floral City I
within 9 years. We will save you money. Olivene McClure ,Floral City

5. Provided funds for modern fire department structure. J.D. Booth Inverness Vote ForElfred
6. Construction of new City Hall without burdening Get the Best for Less. Timothy McClure Floral City
Savannah Wilhite. Inverness
citizens with additional taxes.
7. Vast improvements in swimming pool and responsible Edgar Benjamin. Hernando
Mary E. Farrar, Busynell
supervision for the same.
8. Cleaning-out of all main ,storm sewer pipe lines. Loquats & Figs -500 up Grace L. Cochran Hernando
9. Widening of Seminole Street and creating additional WING IILucile
parking area at city park. Chinese Elms 2.50 $3.00 S. Smith. HernandoSam V
10. Clean-up and beautifying the appearance of the city McCray Floral City
park. Red Bud & Rosie Mitchell. Floral City V
Dogwood$1.00 up DISCHARGESWING IN'
t 11. Recodifying of the city ordinances.

12. Widening of Dampier Street to facilitate parking.At Azaleas ..... 40C I
up Ethel C. Spires
the present the following suggestions are of the
utmost importance to me for the benefit of the City: Glenn Coleman Lassiter
I. Revision of the present city charter. This charter is Pears soft or hard $1.50 $2.00 John W. Williams :
Berkowitz
Lee
like a swinging door. Whichever way you use it. it will
,work either way good or bad. Shade Trees & Palms Sadie Oliver .
Carl M. Christiansen
2. Creating and appointing a Zoning-Committee.

pool.3. Installation of a filter system in the City swimming Podocarpus Gal. 250 up Helen Milburn Fountain Morris V /

4. Recreation facilities for our ,citizens young or old. Alma T. Jennings ...... .' ; ,
Magnolias 75C up-Have Beautiful *
which could be extended to include tourists.. Holly Ruth Lightfoot ;
5. Extending our good will and making concessions to !Maud Strubel '; SUPPORT THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE IN CITY GOVtftNMSNT' :

encourage light industries to locate within our City or Plums large red 1.50.2.00 Ella F. Woody ; ... FREEDOM OF INFORMATION; THE CITY CHARTER: AND THE BS6T

4 County. f Ruth Schneider -._ INTEREST OF ALL THE CITIZENS.
6. Build up our fire department and support our volunteer Betty FikeWilliam
2.75
firemen. Pecans Curtis 5ft. R. Fike "' .

7. Installation of a traffic light at Main and Pine Streets. WING II '; ,
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The State Road Department has been approached several Persimmon large Jap. 1.50 2.00 Levi Presley J* . .. V t .
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CITY COUNCILMAN.If .
Lucile Smith VOTE FOR ELFRED "BOB" LASSITER FOR
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times by this council but has never given the city cooperation V? :p*'
Ligustum .20 : up BIRTHS ,
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I would sincerely appreciate your support in the coming WING and Mrs. Robert Binney. -,
election and will strive to give you the type of representative Mr.
Government which the Citizens of Inverness are Floral City Nursery Inverness a girl on 2-6-63 :
entitled to.Helmar. To Mr. and Mrs.George 2-11-63 Crews,*_, V: :. OBEY THE CITY CHARTER"This .
Inverness a boy on
A. 'Dutch' Pospiech] 1 .-. Block So. ,Masonic LodgeFLORAL WING II : ;

CITY. FLORIDA To Gussie and Vernon Simmons.
a boy on 2563To
Inverness
Member of Council
is a Paid Political Advertisement '
Closed Lee Proctor, Inverness -
Often on Mondays Willie
This Is a Paid Political Advertisement 2-6-63.
a boy on

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, 1 Chocolate is THE flavor in stirring. HaIr
1 ; WATER our house. That makes it nice Add egg, melted chocolate, J. F. !

for me in some ways becauseI nuts, cherries, stirring after -xL
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j know I can always please with each, then add flour mixture and
'I with our Water ) h* something choclate. I've tried milk alternately. Bake in greased '

I quite a few ChocolateCherryCake and floured oblong pan((9-1/2
Softening, and recipes and this is my all x 12") or two 8" round pans at forCouncilman
" I time favorite. It is positively a 375 degrees for 25 min. to one-

a -- Filtering Service cannot fail recipe and absolutely half hour.
j delicious. For a special valen- Chocolate Frosting S
? / V tine anytime of the year be 2 T.butter 1 oz chocolate '
I < sure to try It. 1 Cup confectionmelted or x. :
I Maraschine Cherry Chocolate er's sugar 1/4 c. coco
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II I YES YES 1 Cup Sugar 1 oz. chocolate 1/2 tsp. vanilla ...
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1 1t ; melted Beat all together with rotary or
t 1/2 Cup butter li2Cupbroken electric beater.
I.. t YES nut meats For large parties or church

. 1 Cup sour cream 1-3/4 Cups suppers. I have doubled this
\ ; flour recipe and it is just as delic-
\ ., 1 egg, well beaten 1 tsp. soda ious. It is a moist fudgy dessert.A I WISH TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SEEK
YOUR SUPPORT IN THE ELECTION TO BE HELD
4 oz bottle maraschino cherriesand cooking hint I've just learn-
+ Galvanized & Plastic/Pipe--II juice ed is a great help for those of us IN INVERNESS ON TUESDAY FEB. 19, 1963.
1 Sift flour and soda.Cream but- who never manage to crack an
I AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE'OFFICE WHICH I
ter well, add and continue egg without getting shell in the
I and Full Line of Fittings sugar bowl. Instead of using all avail- HAVE SERVED FOR THE PAST 3 YEARS. NO ONE

r' able utensils,fingers and toes to PERSON CAN TAKE CREDIT FOR ALL OF THE
THE LITTLE lACE remove the unwanted particle, PROGRESS THAT HAS COM TO PASS IN THIS TIME
Lawn Mower & Out Board Motors Repaired _
BUT THE RECORDS SHOW THAT I HAVE VOTED
I ( use the large piece of the egg
By EBBA LYONS shell to fish out the smallerone. AND SUPPORTED THE PROGRESSIVE STEPS THAT

The physical properties of HAVE BEEN MADE DURING MYTERMOFOFFICE.MY .
Rev. and Mrs. J.J. Hostellerof
the shell attract each other likea
MRS. LARRY E. STEWART Peoria, Ill. and Rev. and Works like PLEDGE TO THE VOTERS ANDTAXPAYERSOF
Mrs. Albert Cresman and magnate. magic INVERNESS IS IN REALITY A RENEWAL OF THE
time
WHITE DISTRIBUTING CO. 7caSeeeaeSae 1fI ed etJS daughter of Pennsylvania visit- every PLEDGE MADE THREE YEARS AGO.I WILL CONTINUE -
ed with the Henry Milliman's. TO WORK FOR A SOUND HEALTHY GROWTH
Rev. Hosteller is National Sup- OF THIS CITY AND WITH THE BEST OF MY
\ No. Apopka Ave. Old Seaboard Depot ed erintendent over the Mennonite ABILITY WORK FOR A PROGRESSIVE AND HAR-

I Sunday Schmols. Custom MONIOUS CITY.THIS CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED ANDI
I Phone 7261622I Mrs. D.H. Farley of Palm Bay BELIEVE THE CITIZENS OF THIS TOWN
The marriage of Miss Helen leather accessories.Mr. WANT
, ,..,..,.. ,..,.v .., patent and her daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Carolyn Thomas and Larry Er- and Mrs. Stewart will reside at THIS TYPE OF CITY GOVERNMENT. I ALSO RE-
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nest Stewart was solemnized in 111 Summit Drive,Brooksville. Jim Hill Germany visied with Picture NEW MY PLEDGE THAT I WILL NOT BE CON-
I First Baptist ChurcL Brooks- Mr. and Mrs. Sowers.Mrs.Hillis TROLLED BY ANY INDIVIDUAL OR MINORITY
Beautiful ville 9 8:00 the bride of Jim Hill who is GROUP WHO ARE LOOKING FOR A
fj ... Citrus County : February at p.m. YES MAN OR
The bride is the daughter of Miss StevensCH in the Afr Force. He has been FramesAt PUPPET.
ill Mr. and Mrs. Jesse R.Thomas, stationed in Germany and is now
Inverness and Mr.Stewart is the enroute to the States. THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN THE PAST AND
son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. 'Homemaker'Lynette Dan Sowers has gone to Palm ANY AND ALL EFFORTS THAT YOU MAY PUT
Stewart of Brooksville. Bay for a visit with his daughters FORTH IN MY BEHALF IN THE ELECTION.

The Rev. Wm. S. Shaw per- Stevens, 17yearoldsenior ZELLER O'NEALInverness *
formed the ceremony before a at Citrus High, is theschool's AIC! and Mrs. Earl Jones and J. F. HairThis
setting of palms, lighted cande- "Homemaker of To- family were here to visit Mrs.. .
labra and baskets of white morrow" in the 1963 Betty Dan Sowers on Sunday.
mums, pom poms and gladioli Crocker search for the American C. Holm had a surprise call is a Paid Pplltical AdvertisementBoats
Nuptial music was provided by Homemaker of Tomorrow. Sunday from his family in New
I Mrs. Sue Grubbs and Mrs.Joanna According to Principal Del- York. He talked to his brother,

Sistrunk. Mrs. Grubbs sand mar Montgomery, Lynette ach- Herman, who was celebrating .
"Because", "0 Promise Me". ieved the highest score in a his_ 73rd birthday; then to Ivar
and "The Lord's Prayer. knowledge and attitude test given Holm whom he has not seen for
Given in marriage by her senior girls recently, and 16 years; also to his sister,
{ father the bride wore a floor- she is now eligible, along with Augusta Selander, who is in her80's Motors E LU IS" Fish for Sale.
.i Motor Court
t Woody's length gown of imported Chan- winners in other state high ; and then to theirfamilies.It .
i tilly lace over bridal taffeta. schools, for the title of State was like a family reunion on Gas Guides t
the telephone.Mr. I LlIfI'fIII ,.,
The fitted basque bodice featured Homemaker of Tomorrow. Wholesale& RetaiL
a scalloped Sabrina neckline Lynette is the daughter of and Mrs. H.L. King have Bait-Tackle. I iI 17." ..17" .'"
trimmed with sequins and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stevens of moved into their new home
'JII j pearls. Her skirt, made of six Inverness. which the two of them built V

tiers of lace,belled into a chapel The state winner is awardeda themselves here at The Little is line
;Ik sweep. Her elbow length veil of $1,500 scholars ipbyGeneral Place. Fishing our

imported silk illusion was attached Mills, sponsor of the program.
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Day were
to a scalloped queen's The runner-up receives a $500 '

irj crown sequins.of lace Her, seed bouquet pearls was and' a state scholarship.Homemaker The school of Tomorrowis of each .>Luke guests on of Friday.Mr. and. Mrs. Harold,J : :':"_:r: '; ,""'. _'::' Schlitz Fishing Contest . =

white orchid with white carna- awarded a complete set of_' Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Trav- '' .
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iess'of Winter Haven visit- .
6 tions. Encyclopaedia Britannica. ace t Starts Soon Get Set Haw
Y. Miss Marion Stewart, inver- ing in the area.
t\II\ ness, was maid of honor and o. Mr. and Mrs. James Harrison
HomosassaSprings of Birminham, O. arrived Sat-
Miss Karen SueToler,Jackson .
urday to spend a weeks vacation
ville, was bridesmaid. They here. For your healths sake eat more fish. We have fresh deify Red
t wore sheath dresses of mag Fis Trout, Mullet, Grouper, Oysters. Price in the rough 20f to 40#
enta pink satin with silk tulle per lb. Free boat ramp Your catch filleted stored frozen &:
Pictured above is Woodys Motor Court in Inverness. ,Located veils and they carried bouquetsof Mrs. Clare Luke of Mont- Memoriam shipped. Guided Fresh & Salt Water Tours. 2 blocks S.W. from traffic
,3 blocks south of the Court House on U.S. 41 and State white carnations. The flower peliar, O. arrived Sunday to light-
Highway 44, the comfortable separate units are set far back girl was Priscilla Rooks and she spend a few months with her In loving memory of Mrs. E.A.
wore a dress of magenta pink son and wife,Mr.and Mrs.Harold Jenkins, who left us February
oil'the from the traffic noise.
i : highway! away satin with white Chantilly lace Luke. IS, 1962. Crystal River Ph. 795-2932
"' redecorated and feature air
All; the units have been newly bolero. Mrs. Tommy Wilson is home We Remember /
conditioning,ceramic tile showers and T.V.for your comfort. Robert W. Kimbrough was from the hospital. (by Irene Webb)
best man and Jesse H. Thomasand Mr. and Mrs. John Dodd arrived She glorified God in all that
For restful accommodations while vacationing inJnvemess
quiet,
John L. Thomas brothersof Friday from their home in she did; Never keeping her love
stop at,Woody's.Motor Court. he bride, served as ushers. Cottage Hill, 111. to spend some for him hid. His in-dwelling
Miss Martha Carol Kimbrough time at their home here.
Spirit kept her heart aglow,
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Woody's Motor Court and Miss Shirley Garrett,Tam Guests last Friday of Mr. inspiring our own meager faithto .
Hotel Ceramic Tiled Showers pa, assisted at the reception and Mrs. L.C. Runion were grow. She raised up her LEVIS GROCERYFeb.
Orange, Newly Decorated which followed in the church Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Runion, children to love the Lordsecure -
EVERYTHING TO MAKE YOU social hall. Toldeo, 0., and'Mr. and Mrs. in each heart to keep

'Rignt"In the. COMFORTABLE AWAY FROM For a wedding trip to the John Dodd of Cottage Hill Ill., the Word. She taught her S.S. 14 1516 Thurs. Fri. Sat. tavinwss
HOME! Gulf Coast, the bride chose a and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Welchof Class, as one who knew and
Heart of Town from knit suit of coral pink with Hernando.
Separate Units, away spoke the words God wanted her
Very Cozy highway noise, quiet and I I to. And all who sat at her feetso Featuring Rath's Black-Hawk Choice Western Beef
Rooms by where relaxation is I to speak Longed for the

Day Week or Montht predominant. MEDICAL OXYGEN'UNIT "Closer Walk" to seek. Gave FRESH
Commercial Rates. 4 acres "Closer Walk" to seek. Gone
Reasonable Rates from our midst, but she'll ever
Commercial
Ph. 726-1821 far parking trucks. be Walking Among usthough'her
form we'll not see. Her Ground Beef $1.00
I U.S. 41 & 44- F.h. 726.3865. loving kindness, and gentle way 3 n

If You Have a CARDIAC or ASTHMATIC Condition-Donut Delay! Are patterns to emulate every
day. And we shall remember,
Bunts Holiday House Every Office Home -Factory-Should Have.One with esteem and affection, all RATH'S BLACK HAWK

4 that she taught to give our

Fishing Resort State Road: Ho. 44 on I: AN IMMEDIATE COMPLETE CARRYING CASE WITH lives. direction.MR. 1ft.1 s
E. A. husband '
JENKINS
Lake Tsala Apopka: SUPPLY OF Fresh Sausage $1.00Morning
I :1 ANDERSON JENKINS son
3 fir
Crystal River, Florida OXYGEN FOR: ,CAN BE REFILLED MRS. LESTER STEWART -
*:Modern Cottages ANYWHERE daughter

*.pvinrude Motors Val Enterprises Heart Attacks JAMES L JENKINS son
*,Guides Boats 'D' SIZECYLINDER MRS. WM. F. LAWES Glory Evaporated .
Asthma Attacks
*:Air Conditioning TV U.S. Highway 41, South granddaughter7lp '
Infant Suffocation
: INVERNESS Milk $1.00Blackeye
: Phone: 795-7242 Phone 726-5641 Migraine Headaches Be prepared -it is tall cans a f.

Asphyxiation better to have

o \ Emphysema .! Oxygen and not Peas mix .
m
300.
up S l..LCII
: Driving Exhaustion need it than to ush's _
i WEEKEND RETREATS
Midtown I Choice of 7 locations. Caassa- Drowning ;} need Oxygen and Pork fc Beans .
lawitzka River Crystal River. not have it. $1.00GOLDEN
Fainting I EII1t] Nt 10 fir
Trailer I Park Inverness.Vithlacoochee r ED 31 Great t Northern Beans Baby Butter
Backwaters ((3)) Withlacoochee Fatigue GIY i SAFE: thm-gar

1 block So. of Court House .SOME River at Nobleton.WITH PRIVATE Stroke AND RIPE'bananas

Back of Marty's Diner Sinus HARMLESSdependable .
WATERFRONT PARK BOAT _
Special Year 'Round Rates RAMPS & DOCKS Average size Coma 25C
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Large Mobile Home Sites 60 x 140 from $395.00 to $595. Anti Many Oth- 3 lie.
down. $10.00 easy to use
Trailers. for Rent Adults 00. $10.00 Write per Our Business Is
Month. No restrictions. -inexpensivePORTABLE
Econ-0-Y/ash/ for brochure. Glenn Bland Bill To 'HelpPreserveYour
Inverness Phone 726-4371 Dicks Real Estate Dunnellon.' ;_ ; _' I
I Ph. 489-2328 4 WT. OF UNIT Loved Ones

Moss Oaks 112 POUNDS Names Ageless Celery large stalks . 2 fir 19C


; Trailer Court Sales "-\ Stone. Visit Us AndS

I SUNDAY SPECIAL Fit. 17
: High- Dry-Shady'Lots ,
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'i ;: Call 726-. 3421.: Special Year-round Rate Distributed Bjf .'*t"" QI "..ft LaPerleMemorials
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Crystal RiverRamblings > Lodging , I r. Worlds Fastest Shade,


And 73 Eating EstablishmentsA 8 ft in 1 Year 40 ft. m 5 Years


list of licensed public held by 12 "counter",6 "take For you to enjoy, not grandcWdran

By LAURA M. ZIMMERMAN= lodging and food service establishments out", 2 'curb", and there are 6
GUARANTEED AGAINST FREEZE
in Citrus
County was none with catering or mobile _
of C.R. "focus" is being placedon released this week by the Florida -
Dr. Lucille Flood, of Highland service.
t Falls. N.Y. will spend a month YWA week, as it is in all Hotel and Restaurant Com- Elm Tree rice $2.00 I $3.00 wch

with her. sister Mrs.Alden Car Southern Baptist churches. This mission. Pleasant
penter. organization' is composed of The release breaks down the Grove HOC
Mrs. Jesse P. B young women within the ages of number to class of lodgings, Landscape NurseryU.S.

Mrs. Estelle Brass spent Thu- 16 to 24 and is sponsored by number of establishments, Members Club GuestsFLORAL

rsday in Gainesville with the the Woman's Missionary Union. number of rental units, numberof Hwy. 41 No. & State Hwy.44 East
formers daughter, Mrs. Wil- It is under the leadership of eating establishments and CITY--The Home .
liam J. Frazer and family.Mr. Mrs. Norman Langford, with those having food service lic- Demonstration Club held its I

l nd Mrs. Karl Sherman Mrs. Jean Varney, assisting.The enses.It regular monthly meeting recently _
'V are entertaining Mrs,Shermans auxiliary meets on{the first shows that there is a totalof withMrs., Roy Kidd pre-

I cousin Mrs.HowardJohnston,of and third mondays of each 111 lodgings in Citrus County siding. s
Ij Barberton,'O.Returning. month. Last Monday evening the with 836 lodging units.Thereare Judge Frank Scofield was a
j to C.R. for their group drove to Belleview,where 5 hotels, with 92 units; 21 guest speaker and gave a very
IJ annual visit are Mr. and Mrs. the Marion Association of nine -apartments with 85 unitsr 36 informative talk" on "Last Will

J Charles Gaff of Toledo. They Auxiliaries met for a study motels with 400 units; 49 room- and Testament.
will spend the coming month at course. Eight girls from C.R. ing houses, with 259 units. The Home Demonstration Club 1,200,000 LIVES SAVED M

I their cottage in Pleasant Villa. attended the meeting.The As for the eating establishments from Pleasant Grove was represented -
Business Women's Circle the lists total at this meeting. The
Among the newcomers in this report a I The American Cancer Society reported that
community who will call C.R. of the W.M.U.' met at the homeof of 73 such establishments, with next meting will be on Monday
more than 1.2 million U.S. patients have already .
( "home", are Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ernest Hay on Myrtleave. 80 licenses. A further break- March 11, at 1:30. It is hoped .
r service Laurance Poling, formerly of on Monday evening. Mrs. down of these places shows that that a better turnout of club been cured of Cancer and have shown no evi-

I Battle Creek, Mich. They have George A. Keefer, president, there are 60 with regular licenses members will be evidenced. I dence of recurrence at least 5 years after diagnosis -

recently completed, and moved conducted the business session, with a seating capacityof and completion of treatment.
into, their new home at Pleasant followed by the planned programand 2211. Special licenses arePublic Advertise in the Chronicle I
L &rgDqe/ ] Villa, near the home of' the a social hour with refresh- Cancer can be cured or retarded if the. diagnosis

Ray K. Polings, a brother of ments served by the hostess. ._ and treatment is made before it takes

Laurance. The Morning Circle, anotherof NoticeIN a hold. and ravages the body. Do not fear can

i Mrs. J.E. Lewis is improving the three Circles of theWomen's cer. Just visit your physician frequently for a
slowly, but satisfactorily, in Missionary Society, I health-checkup.
Citrus Memorial Hospital. gathered at the home of Mrs. THE CIRCUIT COURT IN .general circulation in Citrus I

Floyd Taylor returned to Para- R.H. Kennedy for it's mission THE FIFTH JUDICIAL _CIR- County, Florida. f e
dise Point with Mrs. Taylor on study and regular meeting, CUIT IN AND FOR CITRUS WITNESS my hand as Clerkof .- YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when -

her second trip south; during the Tuesday morning. Mrs. Ralph COUNTY. FLORIDA. the Circuit Court of Citrus I I you need,4,' medicine. Pick up your prescription -
season. Strickland is president of this IN CHANCERY. County, Florida and the seal I It)J shopping nearby.. A greet many
Mrs. lillie Van Every is group, and Mrs. J.B. Oliphant, Case No. 1547 of the said Court at Inverness people entrust us with their prescriptions.
entertaining a house-party at program chairman. The pro- BANK OF LAKE ALFRED a Citrus County, Florida on the jl Hay we compound ?
her home on Second Ave..which gram under "Christian Witnes- Florida corporation. 14 day of January, AD.,1963. yours
includes her nephew and wife sing" was divided into five Plaintiff, I e
Mr. and Mrs. Nye Humphreyof parts"The who, when where vs FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS 1
Clearwater. Mr. Nelson why and how of personal soul CHARLES D. BAUER FLEETA Clerk of the Circuit Court J il'
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Citrus Florida I
County
Hughes of Detroit and her son saving. BAUER MARGARET BRONDOS BENNETT'SDRUG
,
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and The planning and survey com- SCOFIELD INVESTMENT By: Virginia S Williams I

OCALA BUSINESS DIRECTORY Mrs. Malcolm Van Every of De mittee meeting this evening at 8 COMPANY, a Florida corpora- E. Brown Deputy Clerk Ii IiL. I

troit. They will be her guests o'clock at the church will be an tion and any unkown claimants, Woolfolk Myers.Curtis&New- I STORE
for the next month. important one for the Baptist Defendants. .
Rev. Tom Price, pastor of the denomination. They will discussthe NOTICE TO DEFENDIn man t w
130 East Central Avenue PHONE 726-2731
First Methodist Church of C.R. matter of a new educational the Name of the State of ,0 INVERNESS i
has taken the inititative in takingthe building which is a great needin Florida: Lake Wales Florida

Eagl Fyrniture s, & S. Supply IRC.Company necessary steps to organizea he church work. All mem- To: Charles D. Bauer, Fleeta Attorneys Pub. Jan. 24 for, 31 Plaintiff Feb.7.14.1963 1-.,' i a e
Methodist Men's Club in t e bers are urged to attend. Bauer his wife whose address

local church. Ladies of the Rev. C. Stanley Newburg pas- .f.. Rt. 1. W e st F r ankfort, 111-
Your Headquarters IA congregation will host the men tor of the C.R. Presbyterianchurch inois; ,Margaret Brondos,whose
2nd and Magnolia Ocala For the Finest at a barbeque in the social occupied the pulpit on address is 909 East Poplar

OCALA' FLORIDA Lumber. and Building rooms on Saturday evening. All Sunday after being hospitalizedat Street, West Frankfort,Illinois;
,For Your Home Materials' men who are winter visitors, as Tampa General Hospital during Scofield Investment Company,

Furoi things well as men of the church are the past week. whose address is 209-210 Masonic M. C. Scofield

We Carry A Complete Line Our Prices Are Extra Low invited. Special guest will be Mr. and Mrs. James Kelleyof Building, Inverness, Florida -
in 207 West Lincoln Street R.H. Berg of Melbourne lay King's Bay have had as their if the above named persons
leader of he Florida Confer- guest their daughter, Mrs. respectively, be alive and if
BABY FURNITURE OCALA, FLORIDA Harry Lehman, of King of any of the above named personsare ','
CASH OR EASY TERMS Phone MA 9.5609Roofing ence.The Woman's Society of Prussia, Pa; Mr. ndMrs. Clif- dead, their respective unknown Explains
,
Christian Service will meet at ford Howe accompanied her on heirs devisees, grant- 1 .
the Methodist Church today, at the visit and have been spendingthe ees, creditors or all other par- 4

9:30 a.m. All women of the past month at their cottageon 'ties or persons claiming by,

TH13 SPACE AVAILABLE church have been invited to attend the bay. through, under or against them
jomplete Roofing SendeeReRoo&ng this monthly meeting.At Mrs. Norman Langford has respectively; and all persons or k Future Programs
Can 728-JU1 and Repairing the First Baptist Church been visiting her parents in parties having or claiming to

Residential or Commercial Brewton, Ala., for the paste hale any right, title or inter- -m
several weeks due to the illness est in and to the following des-

Buiit-Up Asphalt of her father. Her husband,who cribed land, lying and being in
YOUR is manager of the Skinner Furniture -.r Citrus County Florida, to-wit:

.Asbestos Clay Tile Store, motored up :tot( Lot 17, Block 7, Unit 2, Look Into The Future .
1- the weekend with her, returning -
Marion PHARMACIST spend -, Hickory Hill Retreats, accord-

HeatingAND Monday evening. ing to the map or plat thereof I have been thinking of some important things that should be dose: for the City 0{Inverness
ROOFING recorded in Plat Book 3, pages and have much and considered the submit
'CO.OCALA given thought my judgment to same. I to
PtAK".e i 75 and 76 of the Public Re- the
Phone: MArion 2-4072 you following: (
l January Sales cords of Citrus County Florida.
308 N.
Cranae'SUeetTOYS. You and each of you are I. Clean the water of our bodies of lakes so that all pollution will be eliminated. With a ,

BOOKS. MODELS SEE US FOR By: Lester Cook.If Tax CollectionUp hereby notified that a suit in completion of our sewage disposal system, I have been advised by the State Board of
*. I you were to witness the equity has been brought againstyou Health and assured by the contractors and supervising engineer that the water will be
GAMES Ski Tools
GYM SETS control of the Bank of Lake Alfredin
room activity a by
almost clear and pure withiQ a year and definitely in two years. The use of proper
the Court, Fifth Judi-
WADING
POOLS Plumbing Circuit
missile shoot you might In CountySales .. ingredients and methods in the disposal system is supposed to bring this result on.
JUVENILE FURNITURE Lumber marvel at the dials con- cial Circuit, in and for Citrus
We may have to change the system but I want this water clear and pure. You can then
Free Gift Wrapping, 'Devo Paints trols, connections and mes- tax collections Citrus County, Florida, and you are swim and fish in the lakes with every assurance that all is well, so can our visitors from

Courteous Service Member *Berkley Pumps sage-sending apparatus ne- County for the month January hereby summoned ordered and the North. Make a survey of the lakes and be sure that citizens outside ofthe city limitsare
Toy Guidance Council. Inc. Snappln' Turtle cesarry to get the bird off were considerabley more than required to file your written an- not dumping raw sewage into the lakes.If we find such instances which I doubt, then
Lawn Mowers its pad. However the body the previous month, and more swer or defenses to the Comp- this practice must be stopped. Our lakes should be clean clear and beautiful. This is a
Jack & JillToy you packe around matter- laint filed herein against you in
I Atlas Air Power Mowers than the same period a year ago, the above the MUST.
of-factly contains a control entitled cause in
according to Ray E.Green,State
ShOp "Marion' and message system so com- Comptroller.Last office of the Clerk of the Cir- 2. Cooperate with the water control authorities to the end that hyacinths, brush and

HARDWARE CO. plex as to make a missile month's collections total- cuit Court in and for Citrus rubbish is removed from the lakes so that boats may travel North to the Hernando Lake,
Pine :Street:; Slopping Center effort look like kindergartenstuff. County Florida, at his office in South to Floral and thence
City totheWithlacoochee From
bone MA 2-3181 led 2134188. This comparedto River. there they will be ableto
Phone MA 24441OCALA. December's collections the Court House in Inverness go many places. We are far behind the time on this project. In neglecting our water-
17 No Magnolia Ocala, Fla. The body contains billionsof Florida, on or before the 25
FLORIDA shows an increase of $2,101 ways we are making a sad mistake. Suggestion: See the system now in use to Lake
nerve cells, or neurons, and is $1,974 more than a year day of February A.D., 1963, County. Florida, where you can safely go in a boat from Eustis to Silver Springs; to
Flo daRailmadCommission with billions of connections. and to serve a copy of such answer and
Jacksonville Atlantic Ocean.
Ocala I LumberCompany Around the outside of the ago.Gallons or defenses L. E.
Permit No. upon
31 of gasoline sold in We can do this if we work and pull together and GET AT IT.
of the firm of Wool-
cerebrum, the largest part of Brown,
LOCAL AND LONG the county and the tax collect
inc. the brain, are about nine billion folk, Myers Curtis & Newman.Plaintiff's ,
DISTANCE MOVING ions therefrom show that duringthe 3, We are now in need of at least 10 miles of new or rebuilt streets In the cky. To
herein,
it is
Since 1928 neurons. Since month of January 475,032 attorneys progress we MUST have this improvement. It might take a bond issue to get them built
You Build Better with Kill for each of these whose address is 130 East Cen-
necessary gallonswere sold, with collections -, and repaired. Let the people vote on this issue. If the taxpayers are sure they will get
cells make connection with tral Avenue,Lake Wales, Florida -
C II- 'T I I Dried Lumber to totalling 33252.24, something for their money other than unjust lawyers fees, I believe that a majority will
o ler arm no cells before said date
other
A complete line of several you can slightly below December's gas- on or as approie. Remember that we must make improvements as they are needed, if the city is
understand the fan- the laws of Florida
BUILDING MATERIALS readily required by
oline tax collections and below to grow.
Warehouse tastic number of connections and the 1954 Florida Rules of
BIRD ROOFING collections from January, 1962. 4. We should invite our adjacent sub-divisions to join our city not make them do so.
this of Civil Procedure. If fail
involved in
area to
PRATT&LAMBERT: PAINTS one Distribution of gasoline gal- you We must first show and prove to them that it will be to their advantage and that we can
& Van Co.Cor. the human do so, a Decree Pro Confesso
system.
GYPSOM lonage tax shows that of the give them good, substantial service.
You can readily understand_ will be entered against you for .
two cents per gallon returned to
Osceola and
.
Taylor.St. the of the relief demanded in the
also Com-
importance Citrus County, the total amountwas 5. We need modern fire fighting equipment. If we make good, sound, constructive plans
OCALA
FLORIDA 1214 N.
Magnolia of
,
accuracy in the filling your 2396150. plaint. we can have it within two or three years. We can do it if we will work for it. Four years
Office Phone MA 2-8377 Ocala, Fla. prescriptions. This work is a You are further notified that
ago some people scoffed at the idea of a new City Hall. The swimming pool was closed
specialty at COOK'S'PHARMACY. the nature of said suit is to down and had been for several seasons, people thought it would never be opened again.

COMPLETE SERVICE FOR Phone 726-4121. residence Seven University halls, recently of Florida' foreclose the mortgage given to Now the same people are proud of our swimming pool and our new City Hall. I give you
TRAILERS PARTS-SUPPLIES con- Leisure Homes, Inc. and recorded these two examples for thought. Yes we need a new fire truck, not a 22000.00 Job but
WEEK'S HOUSEHOLDHINT structed and totalling a sum of Book 77
COMPLETE REPAIR Williams1Radiator I THIS in Mortgage we can get one for around $13,000.00, which will serve us well and the people, I believe,
$8,500,000, are named in honorof
of 328 Public Records of Cit-
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A length tautly-
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SERVICE want it. As a matter of fact they need it and we can safely make our plans BO get it.
held thread will slice hard- some 62 Floridians who have rus County, Florida,and subse-

Suburban Trailer Service boiled egg neatly and cleanly. made the University.significant contributionsto quently tiff that assigned to the recordedin Plain- 6. Then we must plan to extend our sewage and water system, the people are asking for

by Assignment it. I do not have this service myself,but I would like to get it. It will take time but we can
Works & Park Book 77, pg. 331 of the Pub- do it if we get away from the petty politics now being practiced. Considerable extension
.
lic Records of Citrus County can be provided to certain parts of the present city and subdivisions from excess col-
SPECIALIZING ZNSouth .
FRONT END AND BRAKE Florida upon thefollowingdescribed lection when we have our reserve built up; it all costs money but I believe that die peopleare
Dixie Highway & Ocala SERVICE real property: willing to spend their money if they get something for it except $4,000 lawyer fee..
South Dixie Highway 307 West 10thSt.Ocala, Florida Lot 17. Block 7. Unit 2. 7. Last but not least, we must have on the City Council members dedicated to tbe
Ocala Florida Phone 622-7910 Hickory Hill Retreats Accord- service of the people and not members who are narrow-minded and keep their eyes on
Phone 622-6249 ing to the map or plat thereof the all and the
ground. We should have members who will GIVE their time service for
recorded in the Plat Book 3, growth and the progress of the city.They should expect no pay other than the satisfactionthat

-- --- --- --- -- pages 75 and 76 of the Public they have made a good contribution of time, effort, work and energy.As .
Records of Citrus County', Flo- the Editor of the Citrus County Chronicle has aptly said and I quote "Therefore

Local and LOll DIstaice Moyll TO QU \. \ ,{ rida.The it is necessary, for good government to consider a candidate's character. What ia he
8Hill's name of the court in like? he fair have
really Is and honest? Can he be trusted? Does he good principle?
which this suit has been insti- And, at the risk of being accused of mixing religion sad politics, Is be a religious
tuted is Circuit Court, Fifth. man? In oUr opinion these considerations are much more important than many citizen
Van Service Seed Potatoes : Judicial Circuit Citrus County. apparentlybelevethem: to be. We hope you will think on this as you select your candidates
: Florida, and the abbreviated title in this and future elections".

j of this case is Bank of On the programs which I advocate and set out in this issue of the Chronicle.. last
TERMINAL Comer Hoge & N. Pine St al.
Highway Alfred Bauer, et
... ( Lake vs. week's issue I offer to you my service to see that those things are done and accomplishedas

Ocda Florida Shipment Just In ;, '. Case, It is No.hereby 1547.ordered that this well as any other program that will add to the safety beauty and progreMOf Sincerely t mCfey.yours,

TWO PHONES TO SERVE YOU MA :2-3942 & MA 2-7129 order and notice shall be pub- .
lished once a week for four ((4) 11( e S

ALLEN'S HARDWARE consecutive weeks in the Citrus

County Chronicle, a newspaper THE TAXPAYER'S FRIEND
PACKING STORAGE CRATING. I 135} Blks. North of Court: House: Inverness published in Inverness. Citrus Political 1 Adv.
County Florida, and having a
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.J REQUEST FOR BID ON TWO
HIRE REQUEST FOR BID ON TWO 1963 TRUCKS TANDEM AXLE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION

TO BUY ( SE 1. 1 REWT EIP MOUNTED DUMP BODIES AND DRIVE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
p WANTED L.05SfOUHDI ( HOISTS Sealed bids will be received that the undersigned_trial t Sealed bids will be received: ]by the Board of County Commissioners engage in business under the

by the Board of County Commissioners i Citrus County, fictitious name of GRAHAM'S

I -.] Citrus County .Florida up to iO:00o'clockAM. MOTEL at Inverness intends to

MiscellaneousFOR .Miscellaneous. Reel Estate Real EstateLOOKING Public NoticeIN Florida up to 10:00 A.M..E.S.T. ]E.S.T.. February 19, 1963, at register the said name wfefctke

t : q _MH M.. M M HM K February 19, 1963. at which 'which time and place all bids- clerk of the circuit coagM&l
time and place all bids received I:received will be opened and read Citrus County Florida. *l-i
, SALE--Three handsome ECONOMY MART SALE FOR SALE OR LEASE-Apt. FORBARGAINS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF will be opened and read ,aloud for 21963 TRUCKS TAN Dated at Inverness
books on Art 12 x 14 loose- Moving to new location across 'house, furniture. Good condition THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT aloud for 2 MOUNTED DUMP DEM] AXLE DRIVE with specifi- this day of Feb. 5 Florida
1963.
leaf, from pencil to oil. Cost from Sunoco. So. 41, February good location. $6,795. IN AND FOR CITRUS BODIES AND HOISTS with specifications cation",I .s follows: Jack M. Thomas A.D.
$200 will sell for 20. 7-lc 310 Call ?
$50.H. Terms. W. Dampier. COUNTY FLORIDA. as follows: Specifications for(2) New 1963 Jean P. Thomas
EHLENBERG. Floral City, Brooksville 796-4616 or writeA.D. CHANCERY NO. 1557 Truck Tandem AXR Drive Owners

Florida. 7-2c Your HOME* FURNITURE HIGHT Rt.3Box522.73pFOR Here Are Three -SUIT FOR DIVORCE BODY Minimum GVW 35.000 Lbs Date of first publieatfwi Feb.

FOR SALE--Fresh onion STORE is authorized FRIGI- SALE--New two bdrm. HERBERT D.RALEY.Plaintiff, ,1. Heavy Duty Contractors. Cab to Axle to be approximately 7, 1963.

plants, multiplying and Sweet DAIRE and MAYTAG appliance masonry home Lake Bradley. 2 Bedroom furnished home on v. 2. 10 Yard water level capa- 84". Pub. Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28, 1963.
I Bermuda. l/2 ea.,also bedding dealer. We service. what we Carport, utility room lake nice lot. Close to schools and SHIRLEY RALEY Defendant. city with 12 yard ends. Minimum 332 Cu. In Engine

: p1Ants..LANt CAPE NURSERY sell. 38-tfe priviliges $5,900 terms. stores. Only$4500 cash to settle NOTICE TO DEFENDIN 3. 12 feet long x 7' wide in- Minimum Front Axle 7000 Lb NOTICE BY PUBLICATION

1 'mi. E. on State Hwy 44, H. ROURKE, Box 14 C. Rt. 1 estate. See us for details. THE NAME OF THE STATEOF side. with factory installed power NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
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Ph, 726-1381. 6ticfir & ROD We Floral City Fla. 5-3g gauge steering ,desiring to
trade and swap. BERT'S REEL 2 Bedroom partially furnished TO SHIRLEY RALEY WHOSE front; 7 gauge steel floor; 7 Minimum Rear Axle 28,000 Lb. engage in business under the

;J & K USED WASHERS SHOP, Glenn's Camp, lot road FOR SALE OR RENT home on good lot. Close to LAST KNOWN ADDRESS AND gauge tailgate. Full Air Brakes fictitious name of Dennie &

Kenmore & RCA Whirlpool our on. left, Rt. 44, S. Inverness 2 Bedroom Bungalowor center of town.Only$3250.cashto PLACE OF RESIDENCE. WAS 5. 4" structural steel cross-. Standard CabDirectional Dottie's Diner at Inverness intends -
specialty.: Reasonable rates 3 ) -dc: settle estate. See us for details P.O. BOX 558. PICO RIVERA members. Signals to register the said name

month Guarantee on all over- CALIFORNIA AND WHOSE 6. 6" structural steel longitu (2)) West Coast Type MirrorsAir with the clerk of the circuit
Hunting-*ing Lodge .......
ADDRESS IS NOW UNKNOWN: dinals. court of Citrus.
hauls and repairs. Ph.. 726- PUPPIES looking for a good Only $290 Down Horn County Florida. -
'2622, Inverness Fla. (North home. Fox terrior and cocker $69 Monthly 2 Bedroom newly decorated You are hereby notified that a 7. Cross snbers gusseted to Tires ((10)) to be 1000 by 12 .

of.ipwn1 6-tfc spaniel. Call 7261652.lp HICKORY HILLS home on nice lot and close to suit for divorce has been filed longitudinals. Ply Tires & Tube Reg Hwy Use Dated at Inverness.Florida
schools and stores. Electric against you in the Circuit Court 3. Body top rail side; 45 ds- Disc Type WheelsTransmisSion this day of Jaa. 25, A.D. 1963.

ECONOMY MART. Moving to Clocks .all kinds; furniture RETREATImmediate range, Westinghouse refrigerator of Citrus County. Florida in gree sloped ruaaing boards and 5th Direct Denver D. Naylor

larger quarters to give you household goods. STUFF FER PossessionNo dinette set and new gas chancery, by the plaintiff Her- rub rail to be formed from one with 3 speed Auxilliary Trans- Dorothy E. Naylor
larger: savings. 7-lc SALE Fernando Fla. QualifyingWrite heater included. $2500 existing bert D. Raley who alleged that piece. mission. Owners

I or Phone 2511354Mr. Owner mortgage can be assumed.Total you are his:wife. You are here- 9. Body running boards to be For further information con- Date of first publication Jan. 31,

CLIENT" has $1000 to $1500 to' FOR SALE--Like new, 15 cubic Tampa price only $5350. See us for by required to serve upon M.C. one piece and incorporated 45 tact Francis Williams,Clerkof 1963.
Allen 2305 Thixton Ct.
,
loan on improved real estate for ft.: chest type ColdSpotfreezer.' 9 details. Scofield the plaintiff's attorney degree slope. Circuit Court and Clerk of Pub. Jan 31, Feb 14.21.1963
Florida
Ph. Dunnellon 489-2104. 73cI Tampa whose address is 209-210 10. Inside body corners to incorporate the
two to three years. M.C. SCO- 7-3c SNAPP REALTY Board or Bennie Barnes,
FIELD Inverness Fla. 5tfc'MEN Masonic Building, Inverness, 45 degree slope. Road Superintendent. Citrus
will not be responsible for any Inverness Florida a copy of an written 11. Tailgate horizontal bracesto County reserves the right to refect FOR SALE
debts created by anyone other Rent HighlandsPh. defense that you may choose to be self cleaning type with anv and all bids.
For
AND WOMEN NEEDED than myself. THOMAS 72 -1241 or 726-2471 file, directed to the complaintfiled top flange incorporating 45 degree BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- 1
9
GRAHAM, Inverness. 6-3p in this before Small house and acres
:: cause, on slope. SIONERS
CITRUS
WORK COUNTYBy
: IN CIVIL SERVICE FOR RENT--23 ft. House of land on Hwy 491.5500.00
!No the 13 day of March. 1963. andto 12. Top rail of sides and tail- : FRANCIS W.
: experience necessary, Trailer $32.00 a month at WILLIAMS Terms. Deep well.
.grimmer school education Real EstateFOR file the original of said defense gate to be reinforced with one Clerk .
Lakeside Park. See Scy HibJlard: Public NoticeIN '
with the undersignedClerk continuous piece inverted chan-
Usually sufficient. .
Train
( now at Chronicle. 6-tfp Publish February 7. 14. 1963
It; gat'home for jobs with Security. SALE--Three bdrm. two,. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of the Circuit Court of nel. 2.40 Acres cleared landappx. -
decoratedapt Citrus County. Florida. Failureto 13. Minimum of 4 vertical -
For FOR RENT--Newly pyramid
details, send name, address tile roof and THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR- 1/2 mile
phone no. toNATIONAL bath carport bdrm living room kitch- CUlT IN AND FOR CITRUSCOUNTY. do so will result in a decree type side braces in addi- froatageoaHwy
Lot 100 ft 150 ft. 49J. 1050000.
utility. x enette. Sufficient for three pro confesso being entered a- tion to front and rear corner ,
TRAINING: SERVICE, BOX 65E, $500 down Sportsmen's Park STATE OF FLORIDAIN
Inverness. Fla. 3-10c 726- adults only. TV hook up.JOHN- CHANCERY. NO. 1550.. gainst you.WITNESS. posts. 3. 160 Acres cleared land
I, see 1371.JOHN OSSENFORT 3-tfc, SON'S TRAILER PARK US.41 BENJAMIN HAY WOOD, my hand and the 14. Heavy duty hardware binges E.D. NeillGeneral ) Just off Hwy 41 in northern
SNAPSHOT DEVELOPING at official seal of this
S., Inverness. Ph. 726-2482. -vsPlaintiff, Court at etc. of Hernaado
ZELLER MUSEUM and FOR SALE--Desirable corner 7-tfc RUBY LEE HAYWOOD, Inverness. Florida on this 12 15. Continuous welded construction Contractor part$250.00 per acre. Obunry
studios camera shop.Fast of 1963.
day February, throughout.
lot 60 x 120 city improvements.Price Defendant.
i' courteous, quality service by $1295. Call owner 726- .FOR RENT-Nice trailer lots, NOTICE OF SUIT FRANCIS W.WILLIAMS.Clerk. 16. Full apron across rear of & BuilderHICKORY
experts.. U. S.41N.Inver ness. 1324. 7-3c Jake privileges. $10 per monthat STATE OF FLORIDA TO:RUBY Circuit Court of Citrus County body to hide body understructure. 4. Beautiful lake frost lot in
'52-tfc Lakeside Park. See SCY State of Florida.By HILL RETREATS Floral City 3850.00

FOR SALE--279 feet road JHBBARD at Chronicle. 38-tfp LEE dence,HAYWOOD address or Whose whereaboutsis resi- /s/ Virginia S. Williams 17. Paint; one coat rust inhibiting ;Route #1- Highway 44 Terms.
I will not be responsible for .. 3 miles East of Inverness
frontage on U.S. Hwy. 41, near unknown and being a non- Deputy Clerk primer one coat automo-
debts created by anyone Phone 726-2755 5. Garage building on large
any M.C. SCOFIELD tive primer one coat finish
Bowling building. M.C. SCO- Wanted'PIANO resident of the State of Florida.:
other than myself. EDWARD G. Fla. 7-2c Help 209-210 Masonic Building. paint. Free plans service lot in Floral City on Hwy 41.
FIELD. Inverness You are hereby notified thata 7Tit -
RYBERG Homosassa Springs. 18. 10 36 Financing available 950000. Terms.
suit has been Inverness Florida. gauge inch cab pro-
5-3p PLAYER to play for the brought against, Lots for Sale
,
Florida. for Plaintiff. tector formed from
FOR SALE--Two bdrm. C.B. in the Circuit Court of the Attorney one piece
you
, Glory of God Sunday morningand For a Square Deal Dawson
with 7
home reasonable. ACME Fifth Judicial Circuit in and for Publish February 14, 21,28 and gauge steel sideguss-
Fiberglass & Materials evening at the Church of March 7, 1963. ets. Try.ERNIE. NEILL
HARDWARE Hernando.
Citrus State of Florida
Fla.73c County RealtyU.S.
God Hwy. 41, South. Contact
HOIST
See
in Chancery by Benjamin Hay-
.
E.D. NEILL. 6-tfc. wood, the plaintiff, and are INTHECOURT OF THE 1. 7" 3 stage 120" open Hwy 98 No.
you
I' EDWHITACRERoute FOR SALE -- 260 ftfront-geon, WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE to hereby required to serve upon COUNTYJUDGECITRUSCOUNTY length class 11 front mount sTATs ARM arid'sE5 B oksvllIe, Fla.
Homosassa road next to Julian call each month telescopic 20-ton sub- I LargestAuto
44II Locklear home. Price loOO regularly on Geo. W. Scofield plaintiff's attorney FLORIDA. capacity \...
,
$
j Wlthlacoochee'RlverPhone established Studio Girl Cosme- whose address is 206 IN PROBATE. frame and longsills to mesh. cJaIJ: Insurance Co.
terms see M.C. SCOFIELD, tics clients in and around Inverness in order to allow lowest practical -
748-6593 Bank of Inverness Building, Inverness IN RE:ESTATE OF JOSEPHINE Stan Hartson
OWNER, Masonic Temple Building making deliveries mounting. I INSUUNC Hospital
necessary .
Florida a copy of your KIMBALL FOX Deceased.TO State farm AgentState
Inverness, Fla. 7-Jc etc. 3 or 4 hours per written defenses to said causeon ALL CREDITORS AND 2. Hoist frame to be made from
II farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co.
'I FOR SALE--15 ft.plywoo&boat. day. Route will pay up to $5.00 or before the 6th day of PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR structural steel channel. Phone Crystal River 795-2541 Medical InsuranceMaximum
25 H.P. motor remote control hour. Write STUDIO GIRL For further information con-
I Looking For per March 1963 and file the originalof DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE -
tilt trailer $345. 16 ft. Fiber- COSMETICS Dept. 79532 said written defenses in the : tact Francis Williams,Clerkof

glass boat windshield 30 H.P. Glendale, Calif. 6-3c office of tile Clerk of the Cir- You and each of you are Circuit Court and Clerk of
motor, remote control,electric A notified and the Board, or Den li Borne Benefits
nereby required to
Bargain cult Court Florida -
S at Inverness
"AVON IS CALLING"--in Low CostRenewable
start, trailer $485. Boat trailer your Road Superintendent. Citrus
neighborhood through T.V. Be ; otherwise a Decree Pro present in duplicate any claims WEST COAST CONCRETE &
like new, $85. Four burner the
and demands which County reserves right to reject -
4 room retirement Confesso will be entered you or
with againstyou.
electric good $65. Baby cottage the Avon Representative in your and PAVING INC., BROOKSVILLEPhone
all
range access to lake. Ideal location neighborhood and turn spare The purpose of said suit is either of you,may have against any bids. Weeki Wachee 5962011or
bed, good condition $20. Fruit US 41 between Inverness and time into money. Write INEZ for divorce and jurisdiction is the estate of JOSEPHINE KIM- BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- 596-2044 see
for Sl ipping.THE FRUITSHOP, BALL FOX deceased late of SIONERS CITRUS COUNTY
Floral City acquired by publication of this .
Cler-
HEWITT P.O. Box 485.
Homosassa Springs Ph. 795- By: FRANCIS W. BW
WILLIAMS
said County to Keating
theCounty Judgeof
Notice of Suit.
7-3c mont Fla. 7-lc Cement blocks for all types of
3258. Clerk
For A Real. Deal Citrus County Florida, at
Witness my hand as Clerk and construction radio control tran-
FOR SALE--'57 Ford Fairlane WANTED AT ONCE Rawleigh the seal of this court on this his office in the court house of Publish February 7, 14. 1963 sit miX.Complete. at
500 Victoria hardtop. Power Call or See Dealer in Invernes. Write the 28th day of January A.D. said County at Inverness.Florida -

steering, automatic drive,* RAWLEIGH FAB-371-3.Mem- 1963. within six calendar months line of Masonry Citizens Loan Co
Thunderbird motor mileage 33, WithLaPopkaIslands phis Tenn. 7-3p .FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS from the time of the first publication materialsAll

;I 800. $750 cash. Very good con- Clerk of the Circuit Court of this notice. Each
dition inside and out. Private OPPORTUNITY open for$97.50per By Janet C. Hensley D.C. claim or demand shall be in kinds of paving jobs..largeor Court House Square

I owner 508 W. Lakeshore Dr. week man. Age 25 to 59. GEO. W. SCOFIELDBank writing and shall state the placeof small. 7-tfc Inverness Fla. I
Inverness Fla. 7-3p Also have opening for semi- of Inverness Bldg. residence and post office address HEARINGAIDSOily I
Inverness 7261223FOR retired man. (Would consider Inverness Florida of the claimant, and shall

GRAVELY TRACTORS -New, lady 40 to 60)) Route Sales. For ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFFPub. be sworn to by the claimant.... $28.95-Up.

.teb ill, parts, reap fs. ROGERS SALE--Two bdrm home, personal interview in your community Jan. 31,Feb.7, 14,21. 1963 agent.attorney and any such
AUTOMOTIVE .Tavares. Ph. :'jal. porch garage modern. write J.H. McGARlTY. claim or demand not so filed Frcs-Triai-Tcrms

3433071. -43-tfc: ,Lot 100 ft x 150 ft. at Sports- P.O. Box 627 Williston Fla. shall DC void. No Money Down
_. 'men's Park. 7-3c NOTICE BY PUBLICATION /MARCIA KIMBALL FOX
FREE DUMPING .DIRTONLY" NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE Landscape Nursery

Landscape Nursery Contact 726-1371.JOHN OSSENFORT 3-tfc. Work WantedYoung that the undersigned desiring tc ANDERSONAs administrator of the Estateof Brand New 2 B.R. Home

Sportsmen's Park engage in business under the TWD outlets

'WILL TRADE equity in t h r e e woman, Inverness resident fictitious name of Country Cor- As executor of the Last Will 1 mile East on I Hwy. 44

TV SALES bdrm., two'bath home,excellent, wants steady work, clerical ner at Lecanto Crossroads Fla. and Testament of JOSEPHINE and at Sportsmen'sPark Move right in

Phone location St. Petersburg, con- work, motel restaurant intends to register the said KIMBALL FOX, deceased.
:Home Furniture Store, Complete for living ceramic bath carport screened
name with the clerk of the cir-
,.
driver.Ph.
726-j29i2; Te pre the most, venient to schools, shoppi n g sales. 726-2685 good 7-1c cuit court of Citrus County First publication Feb. 7, 1963. porch, well, septic tank, insulation oil furnace.
center, bus at door,for three or JOHNSON S. SAVARY
, for the old set when. you Florida. garbage disposer, utility room beautiful shaded lee
four bdrm. home in Invern e s s. ;Attorney for the Estate of
80 x 125. All utilities in. $8.950.00. $75.00 meath
trade for a new TV. Good 65 WANTED-Housework in Inver- Dated at Inverness Florida Kimball de per
Write Chronicle Box C. In- Josephine Fox,
selection! of used TV's |25 ness or vicinity, available any- this day of Jan. 17, A.D.1963. ceased. total or $1350 down $55 per month.
verness.
E. and uo.I time except Saturday.- MRS. Janice M. RoweH. Pub. Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28, 1963Chronicle For Sale
I NEW WATERFRONT bd- MESAROSH, Rt. 1. Turner Ernest Rowe c ZAN-MAR VILLAGE Ftoral City
We buy sell trade anything that rm. masonry home, stucco outside Camp Rd. Inverness. 7-lp Owners Lovely 2-Bedroomhome.Com-
pleted 1961. On the
December
doesn't eat. Come see. Bring concrete and tile floors Date of"firstpublication 12463
r water, construction 1 Mile South on U.S. 41, 2 Blocks Went oa S.R. 440.
money. STUFF FER SALE. patio door and patio. Lots'of Pub. Jan. 24. 31 Feb.7,14,1963 masonry
Hernando. cupboard space 8 x 16 service Card off ThanksWe ; Want Ads Pay nished.ceiling heat, completely fur- EDWARD L. JONES Owner 726-1483& Developer.Phone .

.. and storage bldg. $7,950. Subscribe to the Chronicle .
TRY FERTILIZING your pea Terms. H. CALLAHAN. Flying wish to thank the Doctors Only $10,500J.
patch with poultry manure. Four Arrow Dr. Last St. off Rte. Nurses and friends for their
I cubic yards dry manure deliv- 200 Apache Shores. Hernando many kind acts and deeds duringour Help Wanted

ered for $5.00 per yd. VERLIN Fla. 5-tfc son's accident and stay in ASSOCIATE DISTRIBUTORCOLLECTORNO J. T. O'Neal
MADISON. Rt. 2. Box 332,
the hospital. These kindnessesare SELLING. SPARE TIME TO START ,

Brooksville. Ph. 796-2162 7-lp FOR SALE--10 acres all or greatly appreciated.MR Opportunity to own a local wholesale business of your or see the Realtor of your "For Pleasant Living"

part also newly built house AND MRS DON SHINGLER. own. Business completely set up for you. No exper- choice. 7-tfc
ECONOMY MART SALE stucco inside and out,completely 7-lp ience needed. Male or female. No age limit if in I

New, and good used Furniture.7-lc furn., includes new utility good health. WALTER'S DUVAL' ISLAND ADDITION

house...\V ill deal. Terms. Also EARN UP TO $400 PER MONTH PARTTIMEYou -- --:0.-,
FOR SALE--Umbrella tent 10 18 ft. aluminum house trailer TWIN PINES' TRAILOR PARK will deliver and collect from local retail stores. '. You will see here the "Wonderful Differeace:'

i x: 10. sewed in floor, two cots for sale $375. 5 mi. So. of Must have auto references and a min. $1001.47 to Waterfront Trees Make."Spacious homesites are- ncaMced

two stools oil heater, lantern Floral City, Hwy. .U, across New and Used Trailors $2002.94. Investment secured by inventory. Write Mobile HomesitesFrom 'by towering live oaks providing the deeired privacy -
trailor lots-shade and
new gasoline cook stove table. from County Line Tavern. 6-3p Large for personal interview giving name address phoneno. and adding to the beauty and comfort of your
$35.00.1951 Chevy, good running good water. Recreation bldg. and past history to: home. All homesites have access to Lake T a la
FOR SALE--Owner forced to and 'shuffle boards. Brooks-
condition good tires $150. $1,595.00
MORGAN ASSOCIATES Apopka and outlet to thefrfthlecoocnee R t v. r.
sacrifice his four lots between
ville 1/4 So. Hwy 41. 5-4p Direct Gulf Fresh and
HAZEL SHUMAKER.Thompson Blvd. to -
black rd. 1628 San Marco Suite 14 making a wonderful system of waterway for your
Rd., Lecanto. Fla. 7-lp nice neighbors on top 7 Salt Tater Fishing.:
Jacksonville Florida
in Inverness Highlands North. Contact: added pleasure. Drive out today or send for bro

DUFFYTS EGG RANCH-Farm ..min. walk- to Hwv 41. 5 min chure.

Fresh eggs, medium; : .5Q# doz. walk to lake. Price $6 O.oo. or

large .55 doz., extra large .60f your reasonable offer. Cash or Trotter's Realty J. DALE WALTERDuval

doz. Hwy. 41 South Floral City, easy terms. Write to HANS New Two New Two Bedroom
Fla. 7-4c DRECHSEL Rt. 523. Serg-
eantsville 62pFOR Model I Homosassa Springs! Island Ftortt CIty, Fit
N.J.
1 SALE"CHEAP: Lot 20. nome Home Featuring Telephone 795-2882 .
LIVE BAITThe
Blk 334. Unit 10 Homosassa.

Best for Less Large high lot. Write A.J. McDONALD -. Beautiful View
2119 Magnolia St., before buy..See '
you
Shiners SOC Doz. Texarkana. Texas. 5-4p SNAPP REALTYEXCLUSIVE
2 Dot $1.50 Reg. JUST COMPLETED Aliens Point
IN CRYSTAL RIVER Mobile IMNTEDTATE OCCUPANCY
2 Doz $1.80 Large'MhlROYS homesites on U.S. 19 S., 70 X (Gospel Island-Inverness) SALES REPRESENTATIVES Of

75, all with central water. |25 Lot size 75' x 189'
down and $10 mo. Contact All waterfront lots

5 0.100 FLORA VEAL, owner at 795-' F3 INVERNESS HIGHLANDSSEE

Direct from HatcherySee 2822,or 7952410. 47-tfc Easy TermsKeating 2750. t c ..Terms.
BIg-Hearted BertGLENN'S US FOR ALL PURCHASES,
shaded lots
FOR SALE--Large
at 100 ft x 150 ft. Priced from Park ;Ask your Realtor to snow SALES OR TRANSFERS OF EQUITY

CAMPlet $850 to $1200. $25.00 down as you this fine property or PHONES 736-1241 at 726-2471*
contact Wm. Spanjer(.waer. )
low as $10.00 per month. Con-
MILE SOUTH ON U.S. HIGHWAY 41tp
Road Left Florida.
on 726- Dunnellon
tact JOHN OSSENFORT. '"
Rt 44 S., 'Inverness 1371.. Sportsmen's Park. 3-tfc FLORAL CITY I Hunter 9-2663'









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II Fire Dept.- Report- -- Fitzpatrick Leads Rebounding

The regular business meetingof sponsored by State Firemen'sAssn. -

I the Inverness Fire Department When the West Coast Con- games Don Kelly, 15 rebounds Terry Johns, 9 rebouad and
Ltwis Youngblood preslcUtW x Firemen accepted the'follnw- ference basketball tourney gets and 60 points; Merrill Oster- 13 points and Joe Branne, 4
was held last Thursday ing new membersAIPeckJ.C. underway in Crystal River tonight hout, 37 rebounds and 40 points,' rebounds and 12 points.
nlfcht 4t the new station.Howard Whitehurst, Leslie Mercer,and the Citrus High jayveeswill Dan Wolcott, 71 rebounds and 13 Coach Atkins expressed his
Bell is- recording secretary.' Ralph Hunt. open the action with South points; Earl Ogden, 3 rebounds hope that a good crowd of enthusiastic -
JBr; Juries Clark opened the Other business: Mr.Lenzenof Sumter's junior varsity. and 11 points; Terry Johns* 9 supporters will be on
meeting;with prayer, and extended Welch Cabinet Shop presented When these two junior squads rebounds and 13 points; EtrlOgden hand for he tournament boost
I fti. appreciation to the the department with a bulletin clashed on the courts twice previously 3 rebounds and llpttjaj deflrtlfisni for voting him chap board; it was voted to send this season, the Sumter
lain. "Cowboy" Williams a token of boys emerged victorious. But I
Visitors were the Chief of the good wishes as'he is now home Q Coach Roland Atkins thinks his
Beverly Hills Department, from the hospital; agreed to attend jayvee' Canes just might turn FOR SALE
I who promised cooperation with a class on explosives to beheld the tables in tonight s cage Large 3 Bk frame house large lot carport -
the local department at all Feb. 18 and 19 at the opener. Citrus and Shade trees $6850.00 1 Block
1\\ :times, and W.B. Wimmer Jr., courthouse.Cliff's : 'The boys have coma a long way to store and schools.

'1 who_ _explained! the_ insurance this season," says Atkins. "We Johnson Real Estate --- Broker
II w e could have done better but I'm
r 3 fairly well pleased with the sincere Floral City Phone 726-2784
effort the squad has made.
Bargain Center We've been working especially
hard for this and.
& tournament
'Many useful ormamentwl household
and
Items I : our practice sessions just might
furniture
at big savlmgs. pay off."
Through the Brooksville !
Highway 19-2. 1/2 miles South of Crystal River game Free
early last week, Spike Fitz- P ..
patrick was leading his team- .
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mates in rebounds and points

scored. Spike was boasting a TransportationVote
total of 83 rebounds and 154 .
Inverness Roofing points in 14 ballgames.
Other 'Cane jayvees seeing ::
x action this season and their

No Job Too Large Or Too Small 4 record are: Alex Griffin?rebounds For
and 104 points in 14


No Down Payment 5% Bank Financing
Girl ScoutsFLORALCITYIntermediate M. C. ScofMd
Up To 5 Years To Pay.


Specialists IB All Types Of Roofing JUNIOR V VARSITY CAGERS at Citrus High School are shown above prior to practicing for tonight's Girl Scouts of this community
opening West Coast Conference action in Crystal River.From left to right (front) are: Joe Brannen, (Troop 81) were hosts to all
Phone 7 6 Ben Scofield,Alex Griff en,Don Kelly,William Whiting,and Dickie Secreast; (standing) Terry Johns, Intermediate and Senior Troopsin Do not walk- Phone 726-2828 and I will craak up my
-1591 Earl Ogden, Spike Fitzpatrick, Dan Wolcott, MerrellOsterhout, and Robert Gronert. Their coachIs Citrus County in a special Chevy, go to your home, take you to the City Hall,
Roland Atkins. -staff photo "Thinking Day" program held let you vote, THANK you for it and safely return you
a Saturday in the Community to your home.
.
Paradise Plantation Building. Later I will THANK you for it In good excellent
Guests from of service as a member of the City Council.
The 1963 Pinellas County Fair out the county
Taking Orders for Citrus & Persimmons Women's Golf Group will be a miniature version of 'participating in the event were
women's the Seattle World's Fair. The Senior Scouts Kay Turville and ?It e.S
The group at Para-
Budding Now role played by county industriesin Carol Dorsey, who were two of
dise Plantation Country Club
outer space will be spot- the 14 Seniors who attended the THE TAXPAYER'S FRIEND
competed, last Thursday, in a
lighted at the fair scheduled for 1962 International Roundup at
of Homes, Pick Flowers andShrubberies nine hole Scotchtwosome. First This is a Paid Political Advertisement
Landscaping your Feb. 25 through Mar. 2. Button Bay, Vt. out of the Heart
that do Not Freeze. place winners were Flo Strick of Florida Girl Scout Council.
land and Teri Franklin with a net

Check with us for SPRAYS & PLANT FOOD needs. 40 3/4. Second* place winners 4 \.
Why go out of town and pay more. were Peggy Keller and Teri
Franklin with a net 41. Third )
Landscape Nursery place went to mony Griffith and I
Helen Lyons who carded a net t i.,
Sportsman Park Phone 726-2776 42. H! SEE
Twenty-six attended the lunch- S
eon meeting at Port Paradise a
Hotel where tournament chair-

"One Good Term Deserves Another"To man Teri winner Franklin with a presentedeach golf ball.. 1 7 kV7 1-P /

Sixteen remained for an after- .
noon of bridge. First prize for
The Voters Of Inverness:: bridge was won by Wave Shearer ; COMETOLIFE

second by Gail Crites, and .
third by Betty Cook. Bridge
Please take time to VOTE TUESDAY and PLEASE prizes were contributed by Mr. IT WAS TAGGED!--LenSalbaba IL
vote for me. I pledge to you the continued interest and Mrs. Edgar L. Hendersonwho of Floral City shows the tagged I
that I have heretofore shown In your City Government towel and "bass he hooked in Lake Tsala
will soon a
open
for progress and development. This Is your City and in Crystal River. All Apopka (off Keating ParkO on
rug syop You cordially invited to attend
mine. 1 will be your partner in prosperity. the women in the group extend Saturday morning. Although one i I I are II
them thanks for such attractiveand of the bigger tagged fish this l i2C
useful prizes. one had a $5 price tag on him. x
Sincerely Teri Franklin announced Feb- This is the fifth tagged fish
21 caught since the Citrus County i I
ruary as date for the next
of initiated ?
Chamber Commerce
Scotch foursome when husbandsare I ..,
7Vl/C4 invited to join the fun. .the contest for the local lake I :i ti( :.::: rn
/ Tournament will be followed by area. Mr. Salbaba agrees that Sa
THE TAXPAYER' FRIEND cocktails and buffet dinner at every $5 helps, and back to the
the new and beautiful Paradise boat he goes for another tagged
Planation Hotel. Competing fish. Maybe the next one will
members should register for be worth more money.staff : I Ii

This is a paid Political Advertisement. this event soon as possible. photo
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I Garden ClubBy I Brownie NewsLeaders rn


Avis Carlile of the local Brownie
troop invited Mrs. Gronert,
Twenty two members and .Intermediate Girl Scout leaderof
three visitors attended the Inverness talk about Girl ..
.
Floral City Garden Club fri- Scouting, and qualifications : : : I : at the GENERATING PLANT
day afternoon Feb. 8. required for the Brownies to
Mrs. Irene Morris openedthe ;"fly up" come next September. -
meeting by giving a garden nearest
club poem. Brownies now qualified : I you.
Mrs. Lydia Steeves showed will begin soon to prepare for
!slides of native flowering this event. Brenda Connors
plants and trees. appeared in her troop uniform -
Mrs. Flossie Bassett was with Mrs. Gronert. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2:00: to 5:00: P. M.
allowed money for trees and Mrs. Riggins and Mrs. E. \ .

a grounds.Mrs.fertilizer. for the library Strickland donated for he event.the Last refreshments kY.: \ SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1:30: to 4:30: P. M.

Doris Kabric ask for a week's hostesses were Mrs.
donation! of money for the li- Gibson and Mrs. Martin.
brary. The request was grant- Brownies made Valentines at in Celebration of NATIONAL ELECTRICAL WEEK
ed. She ask that overdue booksto the meeting and plans were
the library. be returned aj made to have a Valentine par-
l once. ty. Major C. Terry, retired' Visit us! See the romance of electricity t i in the me lc Mg..
/4e4a4i1tjI1P Five dollars was given to the will visit the troop for the \
Girl Scouts. District director 3rd time and review basic Watch enormous turbine generators convert

Edythe Linz read a farewell marching steps. the energy from fuel into the power for your home 1
letter to the clubs and thanked All Brownies receiving per-
this club for its cooperation.Mrs. mission from their parentscan Learn how master control boards handle electric: trc Hk

Helen Tarn president participate in the Girl through thousands of miles of wire highways.i .
reported taking plants and Scout parade which will be
trees to the State Garden Club held In Crystal River on Girl See the ingenuity of free enterprise in action.
headquarters at Winter Haven. Scout Sunday,March 10.Meet-
Mr. Frank Cowan assisted in ing place and time will be
planting these trees. announced later in the paperas SCHEDULED GUIDED TOURS

Mrs. Pauline Pelc was recognized well as notes to each ... :.
for winning an awardat Brownie from troop leaders FOR ORGANIZED GROUPS
the International Orchid Brown, Young,Youngblpod and ..
Show. Infantino.

Mrs Flora Neville announced ,s : Schools, business clubs, civic organizatfefK &' any gFe s
the posters for the Garden
Club Show March 30 and 31 Ministers of interested people are welcome to take a

:E;. .21? i 2tT Z 'Y"4J V".JErz ; would soon be out. Mrs.Flos- Meet y' / .' guided tour through our plants.
sie Bassett is in charge of the "
tickets for the show. Eleven members of theCitrus NIs: Just call Florida Power's local district manager, and
County Ministerial Association-
: : E I JiT c- Decorations were in keeping assembled for their monthly he will arrange for a scheduled, guided tow ef the pfemt
with Valentine's
Day. Re- meeting Tuesday in Homosassa.
freshments of wish to visit.
cherry pie.nuts you
The business session was heldat
Build That New Home and esses'coffee were were Mrs.served.Edythe Host-Linz. the Homosassa Methodist /
Church, and later,the group enjoyed 7kO< Mrs. Cretha Festa and Irene
chicken
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Columnist Drew Pearson recently elaborated. on something _'........... . FIVE YEARS AGO A meeting railed as a pre- ,
which: we believe should be seriously considered by our nation and !;) Copy and picutres for a bro- liminary to the organizing of a our vault!

i others in the Western Hemisphere. As a matter of fact this.idea .rtft: -; chure advertising Citrus County County Health & Welfare Committee -

has been smouldering for about 137 years.If you haven't already have gone to the printer and was held at the court-
\ guessed it's a United States for the Western Hemisphere a should be ready for distribu- house Thursday afternoon with

common. market of the Americas.It .r = tion within three weeks. Dick Dr. H.F. Bonifield and Mrs.
1 Welch, of Inverness, is chair- Harriet Rooks in charge.

was in 1826 that Simon Bolivar, the liberator of South America t. .... : The State Road Board plans for
called a conference of Pan American states in Panama to _- man.The West Coast Conference very little new construction in

which the United States was invited. The idea was to cement the Basketball Tournament opened Citrus County this year.

new struggling republics of the Americas into a solid econo- last night with Crystal River defeating The sum of $465 was realized
mic and political union. The U.S. Congress then suspicious of .'. Gulf High 66-44. Wildwood from the fish fry and square

almost every other country, debated the matter to such length to won the season loop cham- dance held here Saturday nightto

the result that by the time American delegates finally got to r- pionship by defeating Citrus raise funds for the Crippled ,

Panama the conference was over. High 67-42 last Friday night. Children's Hospital,St. Peters-
7r( The State Office of Civil Defense burg. 1

Some people may consider ittoo late to go back and pick up the has approved an allocationof Registration records at City
discarded pieces of that attempt at Western Hemisphere unity but trr $4,550 toward the cost of Hall showed late yesterday that

Pearson points out that the fact is that the United States and its radio communications equip- about 877 persons have quali-

American neighbors for decades have enjoyed much closer ; .ment for Citrus County. fied to vote in the municipal \

cooperation than any other part of the world. The recent Cuban .,. ''r' Ii f nil/ The two ex-convicts who were election Tuesday.
crisis by the way, points uptheneedfor closer alliance between captured in the county last week Candidates seeking fouryearterms

ourselves and our American neighbors.Few are still being helf for Louis- on the City Council here

iana authorities.Two are: John A. Allen, David Dick-
countries in the world have more courteous and efficient county men L.W. Work- inson, J.W. Jewell, Frank H. \ ''
intercourse between their citizens than the United States Canada. inger of Inverness and George Leslie, Willious M. ReedE.S.

and Mexico..this despite occasional blunders diplomacy just i// Kneller of Lecanto,were hosPi- Sasser. Norman P. Savary and Nu
recently witnessed between ourselves and our Dominion neigh- talized Monday night as the result Charles C.Williams. Candidat-

bors. Why not expand this relationship into a common market a of a traffic accident near esfor the two-year term are:J.
defensive alliance and a loose political federation as suggested? Lecanto. Wallace Cooper and Verle

C.A. Page was busy on a job Grant. Donald J. Bradshaw is
As the columnist points out Latin America.generally produces of welding at his repair shop on unopposed for Mayor
tropical products which do not compete with ours.{ This makes fora Apopka Ave. at Dampier St. Three youthful prisoners who

ready-made common market--the exchange of U.S. autos and Thursday afternoon when a man made a break for freedom Mon- Yes, it's like an open invitation to the
manufactured goods for tropical products. Along the political rIt passing by slapped him on the day from a road gang workingon
line our greatest danger from communism is in Latin America. r. back and told him his building the Ozello Road were back in burglarious to leave precious jewelry and

This because we strengthened Europe with Marshall Plan was on fire. As soon as Page the camp at Floral City today
neglected our neighbors close to home. As a result reminds Says took off his dark glasses,neces- facing stiffer sentences becauseof other valuables about the house. A safe
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Pearson Western Europe is strong prosperous and thumbing its sary when welding he found his their short-lived freedom.

nose at us. Latin America is in the political and economic shop full of smoke. Rafters Mrs. Frank H.Leslie has been deposit box here costs so little!

3 doldrums.The HereBy above him were afire. elected president of the Presbyterian -
Bob Tannehill The County Commission took Women.
world is shrinking as we all know. A common market steps last week to obtain state Jut Williams playing with

between the Americas as the first step toward a loose political maintenance of N. Apopka Ave. Lyn Conrad of Ocala in the State
federation could weld the Western Hemisphere into one of the We received a very special ,the farmer, "Don't you know from Main Street to Gospel Island Amateur Four-Ball meet in ul.i .
greatest bastions of democracy in the world. There may be pit- Valentine at our house this year. .that the Lord made the world in Road. Beach last week, made
aren't know all Actually, we got it last year but six days and rested on the Daytona
falls with this line of thinking, we prepared to .The Seventh Day Adventist the championship flight.
the answers, of course.But Drew Pearson just may, for a change, the more we stare at it,the more seventh"? women in Homosassa joined Births--a son. Gary LaMarr.

have his: typewriter going on :something constructive.We believehe we cherish it..the more beautiful "Yep, replied the farmer,as with the B rooks ville membersin Feb. 5, to Mr. and Mrs. JohnnyV. -
has, and would like to see some constructive steps taken in it seems, and the more dearto he looked at the sky filled with furnishing a truck load of .* Lewis of Crystal River.
us. threatening clouds, "I read all
this direction. supplies to the migrant workersin
Maria Smith, 15, daughter of
The face on this unique Valen- about It--but He got done and Ididn't.
south Florida. Mrs. Ruth Smith, will receive a
fascinates the .
tine us more as
Births--a daughter, Debra certificate of merit for an
days rush by. It seems ever to be ******* being The
Helene, to Mr. and Mrs. W.J.
4-H in Citrus
smiling, flashing two tiny teeth We are finding extremely Interesting Rogers of Turner Camp Roadon outstanding girl
Mr. Citizen U.S.A. between luscious lips and cher- all of these campaign Jan. 31. County.
ub cheeks. Bank of InvernessTo
platforms. About the same ones W.R. Kabrich Jr., Quentin When everything else fails,
(written by D. D. Smith Chaplain of LeRoy Rooks. Jr. Post Our valuable Valentine(a precious pop up each election year, they Medlin, Julian Kelly and Jesse try work.
priceless treasure) hasa tell us. Of course political pro
4252 VFW. Hernando Fla.) Thomas were in Bartow on Saturday -
million magic ways of spreading mises are often only as valuableas I
the situation that is or-
Mr. Citizen U.S.A., prevails today perhapsno to attend a meeting meGovernor's
different than in days of yore Nevertheless it behooves us to joy beyond all measure.Her there is money to back 'em State Disaster Re-
look at the score. wise eyes sparkle like the up with..which is something the lief Committee for cattlemen.N.B. .

We talk and we preach of brotherly love,And we plead and beseech brightest star, and her baby politician knows, but too many "Bob" Trotter has been

with the One up above To lead and protect us and help u s babblings is delightful music to voters don't.Nevertheless. elected president of the Homo-
do right And eventually get rid of this terrible blight. our ears. ,a candidate must sassa Civic Club. The Citizens

To live and let live,is an adage worth while; To help and to give It's amazing how our funny Val- have a platform and he should Albert J. Varney Jr. of ..
entine in only five months, is he ,
of
have
with heart warming smile; With no strings attached, just a gift lUke some notion why Abbeyville, S.C. began servingthe
much her mother. for
We
from the heart. That. Mr. Citizen is a wonderful start. so wants to run office. Who Crystal River schools last .

Let's look deeper into what's troubling us, The things that are call herTafti...Lyn..... knows j some of those things he week as teacher of elementary ,

causing us to fret and fuss: The rumors and gossip about promises just might come school music and as band director '.: ,
friends who once stood In our minds for everything righteous and We cannot express our sadness' about. of the high school. He r ..' '. '
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good. '- ." . upon learning Mondaymorning Needless to say. Invernesscan succeeds Vernon Elbrecht, who .._ .. )f4 t_ .;'''' '. ,,-: .:,..,.. .t15&JiiJ.. .;11' :
'of the "death of "
our stand lots of -
world of And un c 0 n- improvementsjust his -
Disbelief, prejudice, plagues the today. recently relinquished position
newspaper friend and cohort, like any of the other com-
quered hatred is holding its sway. No matter how sordid or hor- to go into the insurance
Bill Blalock, bureau chief for munities in our county.The politicians business. .4
rendous it seems It's tearing apart our most beautiful dreams.
The Tribune. the 'em
Dreams of a world with eternal peace as a goal; Dreams of 'a Tampa are ones to get Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Schnee,
Bill close
was a companionof done..m1he future as they havein
world without welfare or dole. These dreams could come true if formerly of Clearwater are the
of the
ours at most meetingswe the
past.
we'd If don't will rue it the rest of new owners of Riddle Motel and
just change our ways. we we covered together, and many ******* Inverness
Restaurant, purchasing the pro-
our days. other times when
we enjoyed Last Wednesday night's meeting
soul look Are we perty from Mr. and Mrs. L.W.
Now, let's lookatourselves, give searching :
coffee together. We respected of candidates was interest- .
carrying on as portrayed in the Book?Or do we take what we want Bill for his journalistic abi ing. It was to decide if a majoritY Workinger who are moving to -
and just go our ways With no thought of tomorrow, only tod 1 Crystal River.
ay lities. He had a nose for news,. of 'em wanted to have a
Let's look at elections, for just a beginning. Most people hope but he stopped 's me lUng" whenit public speaking. They didn't. Mrs. Edward P. St. John
they're the side that is winning. But little thought is given towhat's has been elected president of
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was no longer newsworthy. He Scofield Stephan,Lass it er and the ,.. .
taken place In this glamourous, glorious, mudthrowingrace. Presbyterian Women. . .
had the ability of separating Dampier said yes. Pospiech, Obituary James T. Bearden -'" '
"wheat from the chaff." Jenkins, Grant, Balasch and .
If we could believe all the gossip and slurs That some candi- As Tribune managing editor Smith said no. Mrs. Scofield, 82. Inverness: native of Jefferson -
dates are no better than curs The dirt and the gossip, inuendos County Ala.
V.M. Newton Jr. put it, "He Hair, and Weitz indicated they'd The
galore To the average elector it's a terrible bore.Don't was one of the greatest reporters go along if the majority wanted who Crystal River Pirates,
wound the
candidates know that honest than up game with
an campaign Is more a I've ever been associatedwith.
credit this ? honor and candidate's to.Those only two men on the floor,
in political game To respect a who wanted the public
defeated
were
right? And keep fair competition always in sight. Citrus County has lost a good speaking said they felt the there by 63-52.Dunnellon In announcing my candidacy for the unexpired two-year term of Robert E. Fa rley
What would you say now, I'm askingyot your child shouldask friend and a fine newsman.Per- people were entitled to know Dr.Monday night, on the Inverness City Council, I know that the citizens of Inverness wan clean
you what you should do Toch'oosea candidate who's coura- sonally, this writer doubts thereis where they stand.Those who opposed R., has Harrell been awarded Martin, Inverness the- politics and action..rather than discord and promises. lam sure most of us will

geous and fine or vote for the one that's covered with slime? anyone who can ever take it said they feared that Thomas P. Hinman Post Grad- agree that there has been too much discord and not enough action.If .
Our children hear this,and others as well And don't understand Bill's place. We sincerely regret instead of a normal "open uate diploma after

what we're trying to sell. Is it good will or hatred, we soon must that the newspaper symbol forum", it would turn into. a sessions of the annual attending clinic elected, I will do my best--using past experiences as a City Cot cilmaa of
decide. And stick to the things that are real bonified.I "30" must be added to Bill mud-slinging affair. held in Atlanta each Inverness-to exercise good judgement In all matters pertaining City Govern
believe for one in future campaigns That it's alright to tell of Blalock's life so early. Our crystal ball didn't reveal TEN YEARS AGO'spring. ment. And I will strive to serve for the betterment of the majority of cttizess

one's hopes.and one's aims. But desist from mud throwing in ....... anything to us, but we felt Phillip's Diner, located a.. the rather of any minority groups.
order to gain The edge on a n opponent in this race for fame. May we add this in tribute to the voters had made up their south end of town is under new
We can't sell good will to countries abroad When we insist on Boy Scout Week: Whittier once minds at this late date as to management of Mr. and Mrs. Those who know me know that I am for anything that will improve llvtag
condoning this political fraud. Let's stick to rules as laid down wrote that "Boys are nature'sraw whose name will get the X's... E.L. Price of Ocala. conditions in our city or make It a better place in which to live. However, we

from above And show what is meant by brotherly love. material"_ The quality of a without an oratorical contest. Edwin M. Stokes seaman son must consider these improvements from a monetary point of view.BK ge
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We send peace corps abroad, the whole world to tell. How to finished product depends on how of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Stokes of beyond our financial capacities.
live better and longer, without all the hell That's troubling the expertly the raw material is The University of Florida Libraries Inverness, arrived in San Diego
world now torn by strife.Let's try to show them a much better processed. contain nearly one million Sunday from the Korean combat Your vote and support will be honestly appreciated.
*.....* volumes and subscribe to

life.Each.man has a right his opinions to express, But in so doing. An inquisitive visitor in Inverness 9.978 periodicals and 150 news' General zone aboard Mann.the transport

let's not make it a mess. And try to adhere to fair competition, the other day began papers. The Homosassa Seventh Day ,',

Then you can rejoice In an accomplished great mission.So questioning a native. He wantedto Adventist Church is to be dedi-

live and let live, regardless of cost. Forget the campaignsthat know everything about the Citrus cated Saturday impressive ,
are won and are lost. Be kind and forgiving and start with, community, its elevation above County all-day service.A I

today. ..you'll be a great citizen for this grand U.S.A. tendencies sea level, politics bank clearances, religious meeting for a public dis- W. K: JmkMS

Chronicle cussion of the projected hospi-
and so on. finally, he asked.
tal for Citrus County has been
What is the death rate in this
postponed until Feb. 21. .
SERVING
town? To which the somewhat
CITRUS COUNTY Obituary--Mrs. Ruby Clayton ,
ALL
Clean Florida bored native replied: "About ...
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Up Published every Thursday by Connor, 83, Inverness; nativeof
a
one to person........ the Citrus County PublishingCo. Selma, Ala.Hernando This is a Paid Political Advertisement

at 107 N. Apopka St., Inverness High defeated Citrus
local ministers refuse
Some to
Florida. Establishedin High Friday night 35-29.
Periodically a campaign to "Clean Up Florida" gets underwaywith participate in civic club pro- 1890. Entered as second
a lot of publicity and fanfare but it blows away all too quickly.To grams here because the meeting class mail at the post officeat -- -- -
clean up our state it appears that it is everyone's responsi- place is located within an establishment Florida.
Inverness,
bility. Our highways are lined with unsightly abandoned buildings, which sells intoxi-

vehicles and out-of-date: signboards.We cating drinks. We admire them HERMAN GOLDNER, 7 _
in Florida, are blessed with some of the most beautiful for sticking with their convict- President 6 -
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scenery in the world and we don't have the moral fibre, or tions.. ROBERT L. CHAMBERLAIN; : .
fortitude, to keep it that way. But it sorta reminds us of the PublisherBOB
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The Chronicle proposes that every resident of the state makea North Carolina preacher who !fY.XXX1C
consistent sustaining effort to .do something to improve the had a weakness for mountain G. TANNEHILL News, Editor z & i"ieg n L1UCatt'1C ,,

general appearance of toe state In which we live.Here's trout, but who preached against ) '; -1--, J -
RUSSELL FORD Advertising
!fishin on Sunday. A member of xx-: '
SCY HIBBARD JR., ; _
his congregation: presented him =- -
with a fine string of trout and Production Supt.

said, hesitatingly: "I reckon .- -
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Your ChanceChronicle you outta know they were caught Subscriptions, $3.50 a year in I %j1

Sunday." The minister gazed Citrus, Marion,Hernando,Levy 1sIw
the and Sumter counties months
appreciatively at speckledtrout
readers who have an interest general Florida state and replied, "The trout $2.25. Elsewhere in U.s. $4.50a
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politics: have a chance to "speak their piece"at two seminars to aren't to blame for that." year 6 months $3.00; $5.50a
be held in the county. ****.*. year in Canada.Subscriptionsmailed = of $9,600.
outside Florida symbol success .
A.R. Strickland: state representative has announced meet- We grew up in a section of part of

ings, the first to be held Saturday night, February 16th, in the the cpuntry where Sunday meant the year take the $4.50 rate. 01 Y IIf Let

county court house in Inverness,.and the second to be held Monday something special. was the 2 bedrooms til* bath breakfast room 2 car garag
night February 18th. in the schoolhouse at Crystal River. Lord's day. People didn't work When address is changed,sendthe ." Custom Built -
both old
These pre-legislative seminarsre intended as a sounding unless it was just absolutely Chronicle your and

board of public opinion. Every voter and taxpayer Interested in necessary. Instead of tendingthe your new alone addresses.is not sufficient.New address Custom Built Homts With Proof hi TIle C..llily
specific matters of public Importance will be given an oppor- fields or working on their
tunity to air his views at these meetings. Representative Strick- houses people went to church.

land will be accompanied by James E.Conner,state senator, who One Sunday, however the mini- THE Florida CHRONICLE Press is Association a memberof Inverness Construction Co.
will assist in the question and answer period. ster passed the farm of one of '
The Chronicle heartily endorses this program. In appreciationof his congregation and noticed the Citrus County

the efforts of these two legislators we owe them a good turn man was in the field sowing Chamber Crystal.of Commerce River Phone 726-2738 tax 236, lmr...f, Ffa.'f .
out for bothof these meetings.Conversely,we owe it to ourselves wheat. Chamber of Commerce
to. attend this meeting and let our wants and Ideas be known. He stopped and called out to





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Sportsmen's '
An error has been noted in Through a switch ia copy the
..C1UkJ9A7'm the First Federal Savings and ad read: "Good Commercial

STANDINGS Loan of Leesburg. advertiseLoans" which this!lending insti-
I ment that ran in the January union is not authorized to, and I
: lasa SaTuuaa1"l7ma..maaoKtn 31st issue of The Chronicle. does not make.
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ONE WALL STREET NEW YORK 5
HIS N HER LEAGUE DIN 'STERS LEAGUE
I YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTIHO
r January 4 thru January 7, 1963 Bowles Lumber Co. 16 4
: Stocks Bonds Mutual Funds 4 c \ WON LOST Dampiers Mannequins 15 5 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
; Miss Milwaukee Deep I.G.A. Foodliner 14 6

OCALA BRANCH $ Sea Fishing 9 3 Johnstons Fill Dirt 13 7 SUNDAY LESSON-SERMON SUBJECTSoul
: Phon 6227294'collect C Buzby Tax Service 9 3 Winns Pharmacy 12 8

: "tOl r E. Silver Springs:Blvd- R&H Renes Bldrs.. 8. 4 Sweat's 11 9
Connors Office Supply 8 4 Acme Hardware 10 10
l Segars Real Estate 6 6 Metz Home Builders 10 10
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Bennetts Rexall Drugs 6 6 Floral City Cash Groc. 8 12

I Springs Ceramic Studio 5 7 Weeds Honey Dippers 6 14 Confer Osceola at Emory St. Inverness Fieri. ..
Cookie Cutters 5 7 Coffee Kettle 3 17
SERVICE 11W A.M.
Chick Chitty 5 7 Dunkel Court 2 18 SUNDAY
: Q C Carlson Realtor 4' 8 HIGH TEAM SERIES SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:36 A.M."
VotersOf Dolphin Deep Sea Fish. 4 8 Acme Hardware 2253 TESTIMONIAL MEETING 1,31 PJ4.2nd .
Smith & Ogden 3 9, Dampiers Mannequins 2204 and 4
InvernessYOU HIGH TEAM SERIES HIGH TEAM GAME READING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC-Fri. 2-4,
Segars Real Estate1998 Acme Hardware 806 also before and after the Wednesday, meeting -
3 Miss Milwaukee 1947 Met Home Builders196 Location Sunday School
room.
MUST DECIDE HIGH TEAM GAME HIGH IND SERIESAnn .
Bennetts Rexall Drugs 682 Zalencki 528 "THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU"

The future of Segars Real Estate 675 Maxine Edwards 526 WFLA-Radio 970 Sun day-S:15 A.M.!
HIGH IND. SERIES HIGH IND. GAME VDBO-RadiQ 58fl Suflday-9:15 A.M.
.r 4 Warren Edwards 553 Lucille Carroll 212Ann
Inverness is in your Harold Bonifield 552 Zalencki 195

Dorothy Edwards 540

hands. My code of : i HIGH Evelyn IND.Hood GAME 496 Mrs. Watson's

Richard Kaufman 220

ethics demand judgement AFTER THIS ONE WORTH $15--Frank Kauffman(right)holds up a tagged Harold Bonifield 207 Funeral
i fish he pulled out of Lake Tsala Apopka last week fishing out of Dorothy Edwards 195 Specializing In
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Funeral services will be con-
the Hernando lake. This makes the fourth tagged fish caught in Evelyn Hood 184
of facts. ducted 2 o'clock this after-
evaluation at
honest fair sober FIRST NIGHTERS LEAGUE
| the local lake since the contest began. Kauffman's bass is worth
noon for Mrs. Alberta Watson.
Pure Oil Fire Birds 12 4
$15 The tagged fish contest is sponsored by the Citrus County
of "Pat" is chairman of the Metz Construction 12 4 who passed away Monday morn
Chamber Commerce. L.D. Hurley
1 Kathleen G. Balasch _ _ 18] contest. That's Dick Welch at left, president of the Chamber. Carrolls Ready Mix 11 5 ing at Arcadia.
! Mrs. Watson, 67, was a nativeof
: --staff photo Main Street Garage 10 6 Home Loans
Home Furniture 9 7 Willistonbuthadbeenaresldent -
: Welch Cabinet Shop S S of Inverness for 22 years.
Dolphin Deep Sea Fish. 8 8 The funeral will be held in
1 j: PUBLISHER'S Sportsmens Sundries 7 9 the chapel of Porter Funeral
Area Business Directory Sumter Electric -5 11 Home, with the Rev. O.C.
CORNER Anderson, Red Level {
i t ; Carlson Realtor 5 11 Baptist Home "
tI Inverness Construction 5 11 Church officiating. Burial will
I I AUTO SALES: & SERVICE Mason Tractor CO.PEST CONTROL Aftermath of the December I.G.A. Foodliner 4 12 be in Orange Hill Cemetery
freeze....! spent most of the Sat- HIGH TEAM SERIES Williston.
1 : Chotman Buick Bray urday daylight hours cleaning Pure Oil Fire Birds 2641 Survivors include three daughters -
: i Pontiac Co. Ford Tractors fence rows trimming trees, Home Furniture 2627 Mrs. J.A. Thomas of Tar- ImprovementLoans
I Agricultural&Industrial pulling out dead plants cuttingoff HIGH TEAM GAME pon Springs. Mrs. Jack Wade
.I Sales and Service EquipmentBrooksville Pest ControlResidential I palm fronds and the like. Pure Oil Fire Birds 982 and Mrs. J.W. Caulk both cf
International Farm Equipment With a few not recently used Home Furniture 887 Inverness; four sons, Robert
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t a International Trucks and Commercial muscles now, aching the visual HIGH IND. SERIES E.L. Watson and Horace E.Watson -
Tampa Hwy Fla. Household Spraying result is most gratifying. In Cecil Fowler 588 both of Buras Texas.Wal-
BtDoksviUe79>3553 796-2316' Termite Contml fact one can look at the freeze Stan Lalencki; 586 ter H. Watson of Tampa and
Phone
f BrooksFord aches-Ants-Mo ths Silvafi shBiDoksville and rationalize that a lot of HIGH IND. GAME -Jesse M. Watson of Dunnel

I 796-4254 over-due clean up of yards and Stan Zalencki 231 lon; four brothers Lester

f Sales, Inc. Crystal Electric Inc. shrubbery is now being done. D. Lemen & Otto Spree 224 Woodrow, Walter and Zen; Insured SavingsPhone
j SEAL ESTA7EAllen Had the freeze not visited us TRI COUNTY LEAGUE Brooks, all of Gainesville;; two
MERCURY Your Complete Hectncal Center; much of the needed pruning and R&H Renes 17 7 sisters, Mrs. Amelia Exum and
METEOR Service on All Makes of Realty general clean up would have Concrete Products 17 7 Mrs. Eunice Hardinn, both of
t> COMET TV'- Rado Refrigeration gone begging.E. Dunkel Court 15 9 Tampa; 28 grandchildren and
t! 31-39 BiDoksviUe Ave. Small Appliances \taterfxont< Lets Acreages Ossenfort Builders 13 11 three greatgrandchildren.Today.
:I_Bmoksville 796-3525 Citrus Ave. Homes Business Wilson"Bud"Purdy,newly Cooks Pharmacy 12 12 796-4931
AUTO GLASS TRIM Crystal Hirer 793-3223 2 Bedroom Waterfbnt Home commissioned head of the Penn Fero Insurance 11 13 VALERIE
: 9450.00 sylvania State Police and re- Little John Tile 11 13

Davis Auto Glass ELECTRICPLUMBING P.O.,: Bide. Inglis- cently St. Petersburg's police Builders Supply 11 13 Inverness, Fla,
TeL 447-2333c: 447-2391 chief left an interesting obser-
k Shutts Electric 7 17
& Trim i ShopCecil CURRENT
Another Fine In stall acion by vation behind when he left for Sports mens Bowl 6 18 Phone'726-4094

Davis, Proprietor Kepler RealtyDUNNELLON his new job.Referring. HIGH TEAM SERIES DIVIDEND

Custom Made Seat Covers Shutts FLORIDA to Florida's general R&H Renes 2579 Mon., Tues. Wed. & 4
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Glass In stall edPtnaotly.* , Water View lot with access to Jaw, ,enforcement set-up he e DInkel Court 2446 Thurs., one show only. COMPOUNDED __ -
15 N. Magnolia St. Electric I & Plumbing Vlthlacoochce Rivet and only said "The Sheriff's system in HIGH TEAM GAME Box: office
!nook.Tllle 796-3039 Semce Repairs 3 miles from doWhtown Dun the state is archaic; it's ineffectual Concrete Products 903 opens at BEMI-ANNQdLLY
: Duanellon Crystal RiverHU92562 ellon for S660.0ot, is high and it costs the tax- R&H Renes 863 7:13 p.m. Movie begins'at
AUTO SERVICE STATIONS 7953257FURNITURE and dry, _-_ __ payers millions of dollars. De- HIGH IND. GAME 7:30 p.m. Fri., two
Springs ? puties should be confined to being Harry Smith 216 shows starting 7:30 p.m.
Randall custodian of the county jail, Carl Buzby 214 Sat. & Sun. from 2 p.m. s +

Standard Station USEDWard's Real Estate Agency serving civil papers, being officers HIGH IND. SERIES continuous.Wed. ) .,N
of the court and trans- Carl BULby 561
Furniture Co. .
Headquarters lor W WATERFRONTMOBILE .
porting prisoners. Purdy continued Nick Solyer 546 Thurs. FridayA
Adas Tires &: Delco BatteriesBrake We Buy: &: Sell New &: Used HOME LOTS 1100 down, "The greatest need is a VERY PRIVATE AFFAIR
Service-General Repairs Furniture Appliances $30 month. state police department. It ionment. Starring: Brigitte Bardot

Radiator Flush&: Repairs Guaranteed 30 ysTermsi Box: '468.. Homosass Springs. would police unincorporatedareas I am much in favor of actionon Saturday:
i Homoaase SpringsPeter's 710 W. Fort: Dade' ATC. but would have powers in these matters at the state Double Feature:
Brooksville+ 796-266 LARGE MARINA'SITE Incorporated areas if needed. level since federal authoritiesare THE SAVAGE GUNS

FLORIST GIFtS 20 Acres River Prior to taking the St. Petersburg into too many state mat- and
on police chief's job few ATTACK of the 50 FT.WOMANSun.
Pure Oil Service'estovers ters now. However a stout
$30,000.'TermsArchie resident Federal Mon. Tuesday:
Purday was a hearted legislators in my opinion -
Pure Gas Oils Lubrication and Flowers & GiftsExquisite G. Eiland Bureau of Investigation agent.Florida's could have worked for the GIRLS I GIRLS! CIRLS1
Batteries
Goodrich Tires -
Starring: Elvis Presley
Assessories "hot potato", re- best interests of the state in
Local Discount GEts R Broker
e9' apportionment. It is obvious this matter and stoooed playing
tfiven on Casy Sales. 726-2394 For Every Occasion 'Inglis,. Fla._ -, 447.2383, that the Florida legislature politics at their local t" level
Ph.
Floral and
City Flowers-Bouquets DesignsMember ---- quickly enacted its' recent re-

AUTO STORE- - 709 W. JeffersonBooksville FID Watts & Lynch, apportionment bill after stumb- According to weekend news
ling pver the matter so many releases from Washington we
7963549FARM Fox Yaakeetown: Koperty
Western Auto "" la die Woods times it was embarassing the may be destined for a long reignof
SUPPLIES Oa the River hardest swelled legislators. The the Clan Kennedy In the
Johuonoutoanb-Tmemne 1V. On the Gulf bill they passed is inadequate, President's post. Writers are
RCA Whirlpool Refrigerators, NeH Lots Homes Acreage unfair and generally ill conceived. now saying that Bob Kennedy
TJces, Batteries, Generators, It appears to this writer attorney general Is eyeing the
UifflersWestern Feed & Farm Supply I Real tors-Yank: eetown 447-2431 the action was taken ostensiblyto governorship of Massachusettsas ist. Voters
Flyer Bicycles BABY. CHICKS keep the federal court from a stepping stone to the presidency {
Dunnellon HUP-2360 Poultry & livestock Feed RESTAURANT performing, the act of reapport- when brother John Fitz-
Bulk Deliveries gerald steps out.They also havea /
BUILDING SUPPLIES Del. Every Wed ,in Gtrus Co. For Real the Fun younger Brother) Ted in apprenticeship '
Meet at
Boil ing MaterialsElectrical 600 & Main now and it is remotely ig1r &
: Supplies Bpoksville 796-3035 ..LighthouseBeer i possible we will have one
Varnishes I or the other of the "boys" in .
Plumbing-Paints &: Wines Dancing
and Water Punas to.AnyoneAtSavings25J540r FAR_ EQUIPMENT Steaks.. Chops -Sandwiches the top seat for the next twenty- .
Trov's Free Fish Every 2nd Friday eight years.

G eo. W. Hays, I Inc. Tractor & Equipment Floral City r Hobby & Book Fair P' Tax Payers oft

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laglls 4472701 .aassey-Ferguson Sales&:Say Happy's HiHatNew TLORAL CITY--The local __
&: Used Fara Equipment Cocktail Lounge. Lions,Club will sponsor its annual I
BUILDING MATERIALS New Holland Hay BalersKing Package Store Hobby> and Book Fair early

Grove Yarrows "Meet Here for the next 11 nth and Tom Festa '
R o bl 1501-Scofield miard &: Hatch Hoes Best of Spirits" chairman, is hustling tickets for

Lumber Co. Bpoksvillg ,796.2311 Homosassa ,nags. Hwy 19-98 this eve. i., InvernessI
The ; ir" will be held at the
John D. Law /
'Your Headquarter fox JEWELEk Flora, :;: tyCommunityBuilding
*, Building Material IP. Gas t Appliance Dealer on the v eekend of March 1-3.
. .* Lam her Flo S Jewelry and htksts are available for

Concrete Block Sang bveraess both at illts and students at anomindl
'.' & Photography barge.

Daaaelloa HU9-240X Watches-Diamonds-Silverware Crystal Rhrer aad Haacsasa Area Anyone interested in entering
!i Expert Watch RepairsPortraitWedding THIS SPACE AVA1LABE antiques coins art, orchids regret very much that it was not possible for me t* see and. talk ..

BEAUTY SHOP ; s-Candt d Call 726-3421. . Bmkstffle Phone 795-2341 etc. in the Hobby & Book Fair each and every voter In Inverness.In .
in the Chronicle I have eadeavered IB We -aw
Shuman Blk. '- are urged to get in contact with my statements you
I: Mirror Beauty Salon I Dunnellon HU9-2316 'Festa as soon as possible. what I did do when I was your Councilman. Also what to expect a( me 1C
you vote me in as one of your councilmen .....
Hair Styling The only basis that I would wise to be elected oa are nqr pcov
1 qualifications of ability honesty and courage to fight when aecnaary far
Permanent Waves Leroy Rooks Jr. i all citizens rights or in other words on the basis of whether my electioawould

: IF.S. Hwy 19 tf. InjUs "'-2325" NURSERYMosctuaafiR's TILE PLASTERINGDunncllon benefit all of our people. I ask you as a voter to consider to
w : following facts. I do not believe in smear politics. I have made my race

BOATS MOTORS Nursery VFW Post 4252 Hernando Fla. on a proven record of serving our citizens,and not oa promise I prefer
TTile & Plastering Co. to be a peacemaker ud'not a trouble maker. Each taxpayer i* iiatKliilto

Outboard Shrubs Ceramic Tile Bathcoomi-Flooxs: fair and equal treatment I will devote my full time ta me C.-*..
Crystal
EvergreensRose Slower Stall a-Siok Top s-RepAUS Regardless of the outcome of this election I kaow tHE keve red tsaagr
Motors Bedding* Plants Plaste4af fat New aDd Resales Entertainment Schedule February 16th valuable new friends. Let us all work together for a blgfer sad. ""-

H elk VI. 0 ru.s. 19 Soft Tile Floors city that we all love.
.i Serace: on All Outboards Homosasso, Springs 124 ttlUsras St. SQUARE DANCEFebruary
DanDelIon HU 9-2852 ..
Law Boy Lam Mowers .
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Oystal Rirer 795- 97' J. W. (tat Sr.
: 23rd
,TELEVISION, 1-,, ..' '. ,
-- Ham Dinner Benefit Lake -
r SUPPLIES City Hospital. ;:0..4
OFFICE .
DRUGGIST rave'sDrug -. ., ,- -
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2nd .
March
: : Hall's ) Store Lewis' TV Soles & Service Dance $3.00 per Couple .
An Office NeedsChinaCrystalLasting ::} #f .
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Sales & Service
; prescriptions Gifts "Th'c Hoax of Sent & Sound March 9th '
; .,Sickroom: SuppliesCosmetics Art Supplies .. Zenith Admiral I. iool. Meat Ball & Spaghetti 6 to 8. -" ..,'"-'" ;)i ;: ''f0' :: \ : .
I -Sundaes:! Fabrics Sewing Notionsy RCA Sales Service Benefit BBilding] Fund. No Charge. .- -, :. :' Paid Political AdvertisewMK. .
: Dunnellon HU9-2<<1 N. Main Cr/atslRiTer 795-2246, ,"' ", 1. .
: After Hrs. Tel. HU9-2291 BmoksviUe796-2 6 L "

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FLORAL CITY

CHURCH OF CHRIST a
2 Gal. $6.98"Rubber
THE WORKS OF THE FLESH

(Gal. 5:19-21)) M
1 1 "The works of the flesh! are
the product of a corrupt and depraved -
nature.They are numerous -
-fifteen are here specifiedby Cltru.f
the Apostle PauL And they t

are' "manifestoffens'iwely 3 t
Lounge visible The tiny seed though a ware
buried in the bosom of the
earth will germinate and work
its way to the light; the evil
; Junction Highways 44 and 19 Crystal River thought, concealed for a time in. --

the dark recesses of the soul NO ORDINARY WINDOW this but the new drive-in window at
c will eventually find its way to 'the renovated Bank of Crystal River which will be open for
the light and find expression ina service on Monday. That's Imogene Perryman in the picture.
man's life. Thought will be- She and Mrs. Mary Helen king will be tellers for the new Maid" table 'and stove mat with cuttteg

tray itself in action. Lust will drive-in window facility. -staff photo board. Reg. $5.75.Sptciai.
conceive and bring forth sin.
Jesus said: "The things which Courthouse Square
New Drive-In WindowMakes
proceed out of the mouth come Junior College $3.n
forth out of the heart: and they INVERNESSSave
defile a man. For out of the Banking Easy
Y'M heart come forth evil thoughts, Open HouseIs
murders adulteries fornica- CRYSTAL RIVER--Vinel Lewis --

1i tions, thefts, false witnesses, executive vice president of
Feb. 17-24
railings." the Bank of Crystal River told
"The works of the flesh"may the county paper this week that
be grouped into four classes OCALA--Central Florida Junior in addition to other modern re-
according to their propensities: College will participate in a novations at the local financial More At Sawayq'sFULL

Sensual vices, religious vices,, state-wide observance of Jun- institution, the bank will offer
malevolent vices and vices of ior College Week during the easy drive-in service beginning FULL
intemperance.THE period Feb. 17-24 according to Monday, Feb. 18. 1798
SENSUAL VICES President Dr. Joseph W. Ford- "This is a modern banking ser PRICE PRICE

i The first mentioned is "forn- yce.The vice for your convenience, and
ication", which is the violationof basic purpose of Junior we welcome you tovisitournew TW Mt Inducts' 'M..el Tn, service, hand8ne and 4..,."hi O< fa.
the divine law of College Week is to focus attention idea "
chastity in banking, says Lewis.
A New Citrus County Show Place the prostitution of the physical on this comparatively new "The Bank of Crystal River 1963 RAMBLER

nature which the Son of God in kind of institution now postinga offers more renovations in AMERICAN "220" 2 DOORSTANDARD
this life and which he claims tremendous state-wide enrollment .banking, making your banking a
r Lounge Liquor Package Goods Drive in for the temple of his Spirit. and to present as muchas .pleasure. You will be able to
Popular Prices Ample Parking. "Flee fornication. Every sin possible the full scope of make deposits in less than a
that a man doeth is without the junior college activities. minute. There will be no more r
body; but he that committeth Each spring,CFJC sets an open parking problems or standing in
fornication sinneth against his house program to invite area line."
own body. Or know ye not that high school students in to view
For the first time the Clear-
your body is a temple of the the college's operation and to
Handy Guide To Holy Spirit which is In you, meet its students and faculty. water annual Fun 'n Sun Festi
val Parake will be held at night.
which ye have from God?" This year's Student Open House
I 10th annual will be
The parade
series will be held of
(Paul). "Whosoever putteth a- as a part
way his wife except for fornication Junior College Week. staged April 5 at 7 p.m.

and shall marry another Also, as a part of the observance EQUIPMENT INCLUDES:
-1 I comtnitteth adultry", (Jesus). of the week, the college -
Center Turn signals, Double salty brake system, self odfoiMnf brdiM, T ybattery
Citrus Marine
Fornication is followed by"un- has set a community open .11!! filter, fwd l lank fitter, front .rm rails, dual tu" vtort, front ash.
cleanness", which includes house for Saturday, Feb. 23. tray, bumper gvardi frvnt and J rear, fr.nt teat foam cvthton, .)."'. KflHt,
whatever is evil in thought, in Faculty and students will be on Factory lifetime guarantee .n muffler and tailpipe, tra"."" ..,." and. rear axis IwbrU-
imagination, in word or in ges- hand that day to indicate, Trained cant never need changing, permanent anti-fr.....
SERVICE INSTITUTIONS and BUSINESSESOf ture. Fornication has to do with through displays and demonstrations MeCh nic.Sales 36 Paymtnts" $54.45 per
the deed; uncleanness has to do the full scope of the $198 DOWN month, includes credit life.I. .

with the mental state that pro- activities of the college throughits % Sale Tax Tag. Title, Etc., Extra
CITRUS COUNTYCARRIER vokes the deed. Uncleanness is many-pronged educational

followed by "lasciviousness" programs.A 'Parts SAWAYA AUTOMOTIVE
I the final work in sensuality. special invitation is extendedto Service
Central Heating and Cooling Lasciviousness is uncleannessopen residents of Citrus County to SERVICE ON ALL MAKES' RAMILEX PlYMOUTH HIUMAN
Taylor made ductwork from our own sheet metal shop PORTER. bold, unashamed. When visit Central Florida Junior US. 41 'South Inverness 2 EAST JCFFUSON OCAlA. FLORIDA PHONE *t...191

sin Is first committed sinners, College, especially on Feb. 23. Phone 726-2413
JOHN D. LAW FUNERAL HOME are ashamed of it and try to

hide it; but if they practice it
LP Gas & Appliance Dealer
for a time, they lose the senseof
Brooksville Ph. 795-2341. .
AMBULANCEBENNETTtS shame. Peter spoke of which
man who count it a pleasureto
DRUGS AL OWEN SERVICE "revel in the day-time",
having lost all consciousnessof

Rexall Drug sin. .
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Painting Contractor PHONE The other sins are: Religious '
y PHONE 726-2781 vices malevolentvices S :
Estimates and QualityWork 726-2271 or of intemperance. Space forbidsme M. C. SCOFIELD

CITRUS COUNTY'S to go deeper into these
LEADING DRUG STORE 726-1801 others. Paul said: "They who
TURNER CAMP ROAD practice such things shall not

!', Prescript ns Accurately Inverness inherit the kingdom of God. Sin .
Filled bar Main Street persisted in will bring the sin-
Competent Druggists RFD 1, Box: 193 ner to eternal ruin.Michigan .
: Announces
INVERNESS, FLORIDA Phone 726-2696 INVERNESS, FLORIDA .
Rites :


LOVELL BRO For the Best In Real Estat,
. For Mrs. Austin
SEE OR CALL, GID HALL & SONVlIOLESALE

\ AUTOMOTIVE Michigan funeral services
For Re-Election
AND MILL SUPPLIES S
s Chain Saws TV SERVICE were held early this week for
McCullech BOB Mrs. Leverne L. Austin, who.
Small Motors N. B. [ ] TROTTER passed away Saturday morningat

Briers & Stratton Engines Citrus Memorial Hospital.She .
Repair & Service of Engines 107 Apopka Ave. was 56. t
Real Estate Broker
General Motor Diesel Reg. Mrs. Austin who with her
husband. Albeit, owned a homeat i As a member of the City Council, it has been my pleasure to serve my first term as City
Power Units Postoffice Box.87 Lecanto and spent several Councilman of the City of Inverness. I have made an honest effort to promote projects which

Southwest Main Street Homosassa Springs, Florida I Inverness Fla. months each year there, was a have been beneficial to the City. Most of the people are familiar with my efforts and the progress '
INVERNESSPhone resident of Saginaw Mich. Her which has been made during my term.I make no claim that the improvements have beeR
i, 726-1041 PHONE 795-2882 remains were taken to Saginawon by my vote alone but many of them have been started and completed at my suggestion.I .
Sunday by Porter Funeral am not interested in petty politics and personalities. I stand upon my record of accom-
Home of Inverness. plishment. In asking you to vote for me again I submit to you for your consideration rite
D'rx c r WEST COAST TITLE
Survivors in addition to the. following proposed projects: .
husband include three brothers 1. To immediately obtain permission from the State Road Department and install and maintain

hone 726-1911 COMPANY. . Charles, John. Edward, and a red and green traffic light at the intersection of West Main Street and Pine Street. This is a.
Land Title Insurance Greania Austin all of Giifo,d, must. The situation should have been solved long ago but the Lady and Gentlemen have been so
THIS SPACEAVAILABLE Mich.; and two sisters, Mrs. Interested in hiring and interviewing approximately $4,000 worth of "lawyer service". How
For Information conc"rnln? Lucille Dean of Bay City Mich., long do you have to wait before you can cross this intersection?
Title Insurance or and Mrs. Elaine Hickey of Gil- 2. To install sufficient at least eight, street lights in Fletcher Heights and at least four to
ford. Hillcrest subdivisions and give inspection and close attention to the streets in Hllicrett. The
Custctn Cabinets Land .
Call 726-3421 Ownenhlp people in these two subdivisions also pay taxes but are now getting but little attention. I have: "
Kitchen Remodeling "When people remove their talked to them and they have told me to insist on additional service.
WRITE P. O, BOX 668
r Mill Work bills from the envelopes, eco- 3. Add from ten to fifteen street lights in the main portion of the City for white aDd colored.

Phone 726-1261 nomic conditions are getting 4. To clean out and improve the entrance of the three streets eau'ring Sunrise Lake (Cooler
better."- Pond) and remove the unsightly growth of dead bushes weeds brush and trash on the beak of
WELCH CABINET CO INVERNESS, FLORIDA said Iakeo.thatpeoplej3assing through can have a view of the water.

5. Arrange a playground for the colored people, suggested location: in the vicinity of Lteeeta

Park.
PACKER W. C. HILL FOR 6. Organize a compulsory clean-up campaign suitable to the town and agreeable to the people
'" so as to*keep it beautiful. Keep the unsightly weeds and grass mowed. Note: Use the plea MW

,MOTOR COMPANY .....7 ;:..: .:, ., in operation by the City of Clearwater. _
Electrical Contractor '.: ".: 7. Immediately build and maintain a shuffleboard court and other playground facilities in the
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Hardware and Marine : present City Park for the benefit of our citizens and visitors, with proper lighting factfete.
Sprinq
Supplies Major Appliance Repairs THIS SPACEAVAILABLE Did you ever see the one maintained in Mount Dora?

Briggs & Stratton 2 8. Contact and secure from the state agency owning the same 10 or 20 acres of land for
Air-Co led Motors Electrical Repairs additional city park service; get it now. The land is available. Suggested locality Govemaunt
i. t Hill or somewhere in that tract,probably Inverness Highlands. Get the land free if poMfcfe,
Wisconsin Motors Service Call 726-3421'
(R Small Pump Motor. If not pay a reasonable price for it. Do not get caught like the School Board. Land you can buy
Fishing'TacklePhone for $3,000 will the $24,000 later.
City
Hwy. 41 North Inverness today cost twenty years .
795.2858CRYSTAL 9.Repair and black top streets now being dug up and mutilated by the installation of our sewer

and water disposal system.
RIVER .. ,726-2854'!", ''''r or 726-2157 10. Pay up the balance of the "Lawyers I fee" and get the wheels of progress turateg. Fo rgcc
_. ,-j.i- .. about the law suit. Charlie says that the bill will be about $500 to $600 tots cheaper than the
1 ., $50,000 as the maximum suggested by one of the present candidates offering for re-eJectfo
{ Wei! Drilling .. ;'i FLORAL CITYMACHINE I submit the above as constructive suggestions for the time being aad it Is my thought to
submit to you in next week's paper suggestions which will bear upon the progress of the City far
Flattering, faceframingstyle.
Wells From 2 to 8 Inches CO. many years to come.
Meyers Pumps .. Cut, washed and I My administration has been a constructive and conservative one aDd during: my four years ta
Sales & Service THIS.SPACE AVAILABLE Welding set.Phan. office I have insisted upon and have been successful NOT increasing your mUb e.

Call Crystal River Call 726-3421*, Your vote will be very much appreciated.

795-2299 >. Braising for A

Call Dunnellon, .0 M. C. ScofMd '
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726-2801 -t y
Hunter 9-2430 Milfsng Machine"Tithe
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WeNcee4 8aevul 4 .L/ouete (pmnUate iua, Race Track Money Bent- DtstrfcttMl I

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-_ i T ALLAHASSEE'--State comptroller > the current fiscal to $82,000,
Regular Meeting Jan 2, 1963The trol District, Citrus County, Weaver Taxi Service '44.00 Ray E. Green has announced or $8.500 more than received
Board of County Com- Florida with Travelers Indem- (Louis Carter, Margaret Brim- that race track tax for he comparable period last
missioners met in regular ses- nity Company for TWO Thousand mage) "- checks for $29,000 will be mail year.
sion on the above date.Present: Dollars. Motion seconded by Levins Grocery 8.42 ed to each of the 67 counties. Each of the 67 counties re-
Clyde Byrd Chairman. Harley Commissioner Rooks, motion (Mary Dillard) Green said this will bring the/ ceived a total of $208,000 list
Levins, Vice Chairman,Fred E. carried.. i LMotion Motion seconded by Commis- total received by each county for year. .. .-.'1': ',
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Spooner, Robert N. Gilstrap, '
by Commissioner sioner Spooner,motion carried. (
James E. Rooks, Jr. Rooks to approve the Bond of Motion by Commissioner '..... t
Clerk: Francis W. Williams Clyde B. Peters as Constable, .Spooner to approve the minutesof .i When You Think IfThink
Attorney: Don Bradshaw, District #4 with Travelers Indemnity December Ig, 1962 as read. I : !
Sheriff: Herb Williams, deputy Company for Five Hun- Motion seconded by Commis- AL INSURANCE
The Chairman called the'mee'tIng dred Dollars. Motion secondedby sioner Levins, motion carried.
to order and the Board' pro- Commissioner Spooner,motion Motion by Commissioner Gil- ofJOHN
ceeded with its business. carried. strap, seconded by Commis- L
The Board at this time pro- Motion by Commissioner Gil- sioner Levins to approve bondof -
ceeded to re-organize and make strap to approve all vouchersand William Bernard Keating as ROSCOW ,
appointments for the year 1963. issue warrants in payment Justice of Peace of District

The Clerk of the Board,Francis thereof: #4 with Insurance Company of "On the Square" Phone 726-2210
W. Williams, administeredthe General Fund: North America of Pennsylvaniain
oath of office to Clyde Byrd E 143 E 172 the amount of Five Hundred
and James E. Rooks Jr. The 20837 20898 Dollars. Motion carried.
Clerk then took the Chair as act- Road & Bridge Fund: Sheriffs check #2676 in the
ing Chairman to preside in the R139 R166 amount of $539.51 as per State
procedure of electing Chair- 15986 16043 Audit 10-1-59 -- 5-31-62 pre- ''r New Peach fFloraw.on'Produced
man.Motion Fine & Forfeiture Fund: sented to the Board and accept-
by Commissioner F15--F18 and recommended by-
Spooner seconded by Commis- 2249 -- 2255 ed.Motion by Commissioner Gil-

sioner Levins that Clyde Byrdbe Relief: strap to adjourn, unless other- FLORIDA EXPERIMENT STATION
elected for the ensueing year Cooks Pharmacy $ 5.45 wise called together ,by the
as Chairman of the Board. Mo- (Bessie Carter) Chairman. Motion seconded by COMMUNITY RECEIVES CHECK--Val Infantino (right center)is shown handing a donation check to At LastA
tion carried. Chairman Byrd Drs. OSterhout &Brown 5.00 Commissioner Levins motion Jack Eder, chairman of the Lake Tsala Gardens Community Club. The club is now urging all
took the chair. Motion by Com- (Mrs. Helen David) carried. members to contribute to this organization. Others in the photo are Mrs. Gladys Davis (left) DeRctaus Peach Can Be Raised In F...
missioner Gilstrap, secondedby social activites chairman, and Mrs, Olive Nickelson, secretary-treasurer.

Commissioner Commissioner Levins Rooks be elect-that Deeds RecordedJan. Landscape NurseryU.S.

ed as Vice Chairman of the Chronicle Offers Complete Commercial PrintingBuyers

Board. Motion carried. 30 through Feb. 5, 1963 Delmas A. Swafford to Ken- Hwy. 41 No. ,& State Hwy. 44 East
Motion by Commissioner Gil- of commercial printing handle a wide variety of printing to contact The Chronicle for all
Kerr
neth A. & Lenore C. ;
advised that The Chroniclenow jobs. Those spective pur- of their needs.
strap seconded by Commissioner Garland B. Potterfield AKA. Lot 57 of Revision of Lots 55 are pro printing
Levins that the regular meet- offers a complete com- chasers of offset work are advised -
G.B. Potterfield to Theodore G. to 66 incl. of River Gardens
ing be held on the 1st and 3rd 2.Mae. mercial printing facility Froma that working arrange-
& Lorraine E. Becker; Tract Unit #
complete to the ments have been made with
Tuesdays of each month in the newspaper
21 Elmer S. &
Block Potterfield Kelley to
H.
May-
smallest of cards, in in the where-
calling large shops area
County Commissioners room in
fair Garden Acres. Daisy Welch; Lot 12, Block A,
the Courthouse at 10:00 A.M. Garden Acres. either letterpress or offset is by an order can be placed withus
Motion carried. Ellie Tavlin AKA E.J. Tavlin Mayfair the range of service now offered and we will handle all of the
and Anna R. Tavlin,.his wifeto Fred R. & Lucile E. Horne ,.
Motion by Commissioner according to Publi,er Rob- details incident to a finished .,
Erwin & Grace Robiner; to W.R. Daniel; Lot 7 Spring
Spooner seconded by Commis- Lots 2, 3 & 4, Block E.Chassa- 0 Run Estates. ert L. Chamberlain. job. Voters
sioner Rooks that the salary for howitzka River Estates. F.E. & Vela Bellamy to In an effort to round out its' Service, quality and price, '
service to the general area,the to better than that
the County Commissioners be equal or
John L. & Virginia E. Welchto ; Charles Rj; & Marie L. Bell-
fixed at $250.00 per month and Chronicle management has reconstituted generally available in the area,
Land in Sect 22-19-20.
Edgar A. Comer; Land in amy; w
its' is the of the Chronicle'scommerical
own letterpressand goal
mileage at .10 per mile and the Sect. 23-17-19. Olivene B. & Wilfred A.
Board seal used typesetting equipment to printing department -
during
previous Edgar A. & Ruth B. Comer to McClure to Lon&Nancy Nester; .
years adopted as the official G. E. & Anna M. Brown; Land Land: in Sect. 13-20-20.
seal of the Board. Motion In addition agreements have And Citizens
car-
in Sect. 23-17-19. Levi A. & Manie M. Mc- Cancer 'Closet'Plans
ried. been completed with a large
John J. & Grace K. Schickto Grew to Howard & Luena Wil- 8
eastern printing house to supplythe
Mr.Harry Baughman appeared Albert & Charlotte Rosen; cox; Land in Sect. 71920.Geo. .
before ths Board in reference to highest quality stationery,
Lot 79 of Lecanto Acres, Unit W. & Tomie E. Sco- Readied
the Island Road . calling and business cards,etc.
widening Gospel
112. field to F.S. Johnson; Lot 2, .L .
and also set a speed limit. A River-Lakes Manorlnc. to. Block A, Lincoln Park Subdivi- Mrs. George Scofield, chair- Specializing in thermographyraised Of Invernessl
j petition was filed with the Board sion. man of the American Cancer ( printing) this firm is
John R. Dotson; Lots 10 & 11,
constituted enable them to
signed by Harry Baughman and Society Citrus County unit met to
Block 7, Unit 3, River-Lakes John N. & Mildred Ossenfortto
I others.. Manor. Joe & Alma Burgy; Lot 11 last week in Crystal River with : give 24-hour service under normal -
I Mr. Norvell C. Bryant appeared Jeannette Eden & Edward Sportsmen's Park Subdivision. Mayor Brown Dumas Sr. to conditions.
before the Board in C.R. Whitcraft to Sadie D.Eden- Edward E. Harding to Mil- make plans for the Society's C. Buyers of printing are urged ::
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reference to the street closing "Loan Closet" in that com :4 ,
dred AKA MildredE.
field; Land in Sect. 18-19-20. E. Harding ,.
near the V.F.W. Home in Her- John A.Shellhorn Harold O. Horsmap: Lot 18, Block 3, munity. HIGHLANDS -L:... ...:.;.."
nafcdo. Mr. Bryant asked the & Mary B. Brown;" Lot 10, Apache Shores. Hospital beds, chairs, sickroom
Board to ask the V.F.W. to quitclaim Block B of Brown's Lakeside Effie Lillie Arline to Ray items and bandages will be; 'J. : .
the street. back to the Estates Unit #1. & Isabelle Frances Bills;Landsin stocked and stored in the locker : FAITH_ CHAPEL
County. Malcolm F & Nance M. MiCk Sect. 21-18-17. room at the pool site.
Motion by Commissioner Levin and H. Vincent & Margaret D. Woodland Estates Inc. to Mrs. Jack Phinisy, Mrs., Wednesday at 730 p.m.
to approve the Bond of Brown Thornton to Harvey J. & Ar- Bernard Fisher; Lot 17, Block Charles Watson, and Mrs. Paul : Prayer Singing'Study
Dumas, as Member, Board of bella S. Kuhn ,Lot 11'Block 13, Unit 2-A, Woodland Estates Lyons will meet at a later'i
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SUNDAY SERVICES am a candidate for the office of mayor. I am greatly interested,in the prdgreef>
Commissioners Con- date with Mrs. Scofield and
Mosquito
Wil-
Dee & to
14, 3, May Stroup
Unit Hickory Hill Re- .
of and and will and active
': and prosperity our city county appreciate your vote
treats. mer M. &. Gertrude M. Ras- Mr. Dumas to complete plans ,, Church School.1000 ,a.m.. .

Sadie Edenfield to County mussen; Lots 28, 29, 30 & 31, and the,. 'setting... ._ ."up, of--.-the. ,'"cfo0set.1' __.:_oj. Worship..w .n....VI:00 curuEyaog -... support. .. ,.. .' . . -
I ATTENTION Board of Public. Instruction,of : Block B, Hunt's Rivers View a w f-!t'ln ''\ .
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BUDGET MINDED FOLKS Citrus County, Fla.; lands in Heights. Mrs. Bessie Clegg has her : Servt ce..30: p. m. ,

FOR CLEAN, tasty snacks Sect. 181920. Oliver Hamilton & ConstanceJ. daughter and husband, Mr. and- JAY & ELSIE PRENTISS If I am honored by being elected your mayor. I will faithfully aad emerge tieaHy
'lunches and dinners. Priced Parsley's Trailer Sales, Inc. Daily to John & DorothyDi Mrs. B.E. Webb of Baltimore, t ', -- '
Pastors discharge every duty or responsibility asyourmayor.I will conduct the business
;right. Try the HICKORY to Harry B. &Dorothy E.Calla- Christina; Lands in Sect. Md.. visiting her. .
of the with and decorum and if will
city dignity I am your mayor, I appreciateyour
.KING RESTAURANT. han: Lot 21, Block B, Unit 2, 102020.G.W. . Phone 726 683
conferring with me in any matter that you are interested in.
You'll like h Apache Shores. & Georgia Brittle to Coston C. & Golda H. Folksto \ Prayer for Sick Any Time
Sea Food Otto & Victoria Marjorie R.Stevenson, Lot 17
Barbecue C. A. Craigto W.W. Ricker; Lot 40 in River
You!
Cordial Welcome.
Specials Carey F. Smoak & 1. Carl of Canal Point, Unit #2. .Bend Subdivision. .
Ogden, co-partners d/b/a Con- . Forrest W. Seavers to Doyle
Hickory KingRestaurant crete Products Co.; Lots 11, : C.' & Patsy A. Long Lots .,-\
12. 13 and 14, Block 138, Unit 129 and 130, Unit 2, River
9, Inverness Highlands. Gardens. Yours Sincerity
Mikliff Corp. to Willard M. & Will & Janie Patterson to 1Z BILL KEEN & SONS
Hwy. 19 Crystal River, Fla. Juanita Hayes; Lot 79, Sunkist Central Florida Oil Co., Inc. ,
Estates. Land In Sect. 22-18-17.: 1 t 7'
Melvin H. & Geneva H. Car- Painting i i Contractor Tomie E. ScofieM

roll to William B. & Rosie M. ..
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I COUNTY-WID E.D IREaORY ... Hooker; Lands InSect.3-20-20. Interior ,- .Exterior .: '-0-:1
C.M. & Pearson to .,
June ., '.. 0' _.
Orville T. & Louanna Sawyer; -

LOANS UpLOAN To $600. & Hall Lnd in Sect. 15-18-17.Pascarellito Floor Licensed Sanding and and Insured Finishing: '. $V;? If c "*:* :* f...' .: / ,
Naylor Michael & Lena .i., * . _'-.. jf .*. 1 .
ON Bellamy Cattle Co.;Lots 1,2, Floor Tile P.O. Box 734. This is a Paid Political Advertisement r'
3, 4, 5,6 7, 8, & 9, Block C, Wall Paper : Wildwood Fla. -
AUTO SIGNATURE., FURNITURE, Fill DirtContractors Unit sion.1, Willola Heights Subdivi- and Hanging Ph. 7485861748.3031.


:"Let! Us Help You Solve I

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Crystal River Ph. 726 1104 ,

Finance Corp. Inverness Ph. 7262825 .

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Washers DryersTV MaterialsBuilder's- SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION
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BIRTH: ANNOUNCEMENTMr. Scouts To Receive

and Mrs William Lee 8 10 Shell-
pounds ounces. Mr. ,TREE PRUNING?
(Bill) :Shellhorn of Oscada horn is a former resident of Awards Friday Rite
Mich. announce the birth of a Hernando and is a graduate o(/
daughter, Lyn Feb. 7,weighing Citrus High School. Boy Scouts who have earned
their various badges will be See Us For

awarded during a special Courtof
Honor program to be held tomorrow -
S- night at the Florida

/1- Otto Power Allen Lounge Scoutmaster.This according. to Mono Chain Saws-

'. Court of Honor is for
Homelite Saws-$149.5Ti
f Chain (
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1 I' Inverness Boy Scout Troop 302, |
L ', but other Scouts, parents and .
interested persons are invited EVINRUDE Motors

.z ? : :. : ,v. _to attend, Allen stated. / .

: The completely restored antebellum - ARCHER'S .MARINE
Gamble Mansion is the ."We. service what we seil"
w +1 chief attraction of the Judah P. Hwy 41 No. InvenMgaf Florida
hSO. Benjamin Historic Memorial atF.llenton.
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FIRST FEDERAL will help you play Cupid in a big way. See us
for the financing that will help you buy the home your wife has MARY CARTER HO LIMIT --- -. AT NO EXTRA COST
always wanted HOUSE PAINT MECISION COLOR MATCHING = ' ALKYD FLAT
NOT REALLY Is of garbage and trash . Tintckl with Tfet.0'
NEEDED--This scene just one numerous Matt then 1,500 v e Ash ,y tut-
At our handy office you can arrange for a Home Buying Loan dumps along some of our county roads. The particular one pictured here is on a county road t .,dti! lictlUnf hid. Ki4W2< MF _. f Vw w It-t"' 4Iq R.Ir.i.! t.celle.t. D fcMlltlii. r.Me -.
... running parallel with the railroad tracks north of Floral There are seven such unsightly ing durability. Fr bkVa ; . .
you can afford one with monthly payments geared to your just City. *.d,masonry,....t4J. w w th W
Income. Drive over this week and talk to one of our Loan officers dumps within one block-long area and they certainly make for an unfavorable impression on E ; 4i!
about your home financing needs.There's plenty of parking space motorists traveling along this road. Note a part of the road in the foreground. This matter was taken $698. M
available. before county commissioners at the board's last meeting. Nothing can be done about the matter IVIRY 2.. CAN miAffen's
without the property owner's permission it was stated. Since that time however the county has

put up "No Dumping Allowed" signs at this and similar unauthorized refuse mounds. Citizens are
Fast Service wondering if perhaps county trucks could be used to carry this refuse away from the road and
Friendly dispose of it in authorized pits. --staff photo 6h1n1a
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North of f Court House INVERNESS Mw ;


CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE Some Statistics On Smoking- Mo/ui/ Ctofefc DISCOUNT Paint Stores IKt a uaw


This is the sixth of a seriesof general public interest. Read- smokers as compared with 23 AMSICA'S LARGEST DISCOUNT PAINT CHAIN "uRr cAa ?NT
% answers to most-often-asked ers desiring further informa- per cent of nonsmokers may MORE THAN 100 STORKS COASt TO COAST '
questions about the health relationship tion about cancer control sub- expect to die before age 65.
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of smoking and development jects are requested to send -- '
of cancer.The series their written inquiries direct to
A YEAR! has been issued by the Florida the state Division of the American -
Division of the American Can- Cancer Society, 416 Tampa 1 1 nlIN1 AR9_. DttM ... : s.,' :-/11., "
cer Society and is reprinted in Street, Tampa 2. Florida.Q. ,- It.. It.. '. "' -<741. >1 I .
this How people smoke in ; .'. .. r 1T ; '
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Savings Placed With Us By The 10th year. Estimated "smoking \' .... /.: Ii
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i Earn From The 1st -carports. dollars per year. 1" tl .:, ; M f .:
I Choice of color. Q. How many people smoke, II.. tff! f.t I r
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Space Age Design. two packs of ciagrettes a day? : .
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sq A. It is estimated that there __ . r
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11 Pontoon ManufactoringCorporation four per cent of the adult popu' I!\ il I'.' '.. ., ..'. ,, [;. 1 :::- ... .tI" -:./ r" ,.
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In general, the longer a person .-.. It ,J} ;; .:.
2 1/2 miles N BrooKsville on smokes, the more he smokes LAlre- :d." ;;" .17" fAPOPIC4I
1wc ST7 ?311 U.S. Highway 41I per day. '...... _. -..-: t .,.. ''

Are there other of oJ'
Q. causes i iL if
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trttitINVERNESS cigarettes A. Yes. ?Radioactivity in cer- >, 1 f( / :::' :.... APACHE
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tain mines produce lung cancer.
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Chromates nickel, hot gases '0 ' I SHORES
from tar, and dust from gas : \ !
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generators have also been '
shown to cause lung cancer.And : > -
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Church Baptist Church However, all together these account : V \ I! t'I &\\! r \\1

First Methodist CIS acah. Rev. Rev. Merrill A. Norton Vicar Sunday School 10:00 a.m. for only a small per cent II ;cv'r ''-' : d.. -;If ,;..... ,'\ .. n
Morris C. Gaskins Pastor 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. of lung cancer cases. 8 _4 --. '\\
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Sunday: 10:00 a.m. Church School Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Q Isn't city smog worse than ,. J TUIIC"r ..... :;-r t .. \, X .
9:45 a.m. Church school. 11:00 a.m. Divine Service cigarettes? 1
11 a.m. Morning worship HERNANDO A. No. Air pollution plays a 1 ; M 14 '\ .Q'\
6:30 p.m. Methodist YouthFellowship Church of the Nazarene minor role in lung cancer; but a. II IF N u .. I \I N l\-\ .- .'-\ \.
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n' CRYSTAL RIVERSt. Rev. Don Croft. Pastor. 75 percent or more of lung \ i tladwj y .' \1'I .
7:30 p.m. Evening worship Ann's Episcopal, Rev. Mer- Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 'cancer could be prevented if I '" .l. Y Mn \ '; Ii r\ -'
i rill A. Norton, vicar Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. cigarette smoking were elimin- \ 1 1 e 1 t 10 e \ t I +
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First Baptist Rev. thomas N. Route 19 N.Y.P.S. 6:45 p.m. .ated.Q. \ \ \ II 'i; 11
Channell Sunday Services 9:30 a.m. Will
pastor Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. a cigarette smoker I I 11M ftM. J
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Holy Communion and SermonSt. live as long as a person who \ -Il
Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 a.m. First Baptist Church does not smoke? i l I I .. ,,
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Traloing Union 6:30 a.m. Benedict's Catholic Church Rev. A.L. Flurdy, pastor A. Of American men aged 35, e tn \ c..:::::::..
Sun. Evening Worship 7:45 p.m. Sunday Masses: 7. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. 41 per cent of two-pack-a-day i 11 1-- -1--\I \ \ -- ..'\" ...

Worship Hour 11:00 a.m. \ I _I e \ t. a Y -;; ,
Christian Science Society First United PresbyterianRev. Training Union 6:15 p.m. Card Party TuesdayA ,.. ''I \ T-
Sundays 11:00 a.m. Service; C. Stanley Newburg, D.D. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. \ \ ;
9:30 a.m. Sunday School Minister. card party sponsored by ''J .ea" J"J I II ,, N \.-: .
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Hernando Methodist Church the Catholic Women's Club,will \ \ AVlVlVIV1V\! ,"
First Lutheran Church of Inverness Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Rev. H.D. Cribb, Pastor be held at the FPL next Tuesday ; t tv \ ...} ,1_ J } 7'JNINN.A1 I ""-., .. i\\t
Sunday: from 1 p.m. until 5, and from .
Woman's Club Building First Baptist Church Sunday School 10:00 7 until <11' ,
a.m. p.m. an indefinite hour. \ l'\1\ \\Xtv'ir-\ .
8:00 p.m. SundayRev. Rev. George L. Painter pastor ,' 1 t "
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. There will be door prizes o : \
Myron Mador Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. I .
I Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.. table prizes, and refreshments.Mr. .

Church of God, Hwy 41 S. Inverness Training Worship Service Union 11:00 7:00 p.m.a.m. "- FLORAL CITY "" and Mrs. Harry Jack of IUrMLI ROAM /9..e'v

Rev. E. D. Neill Evening Worship 8:00; p.m. Baptist Church, Eden Gardens have been visited \ \ : .1. .I : j'7.J I ,..
Sunday school 10:00 a.m. Homer Duggar Pastor by her brother and wife. While i \\--v I" .
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. First Methodist Church Sunday School 10:00 a.m. here the visitors purchased -
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. property in Eden Gardens ands .
Rev. Tom Price pastor. | -
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'Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. plan to build a home there in' ", \ \ , 1. 1
First Presbyterian,Rev.JamesC. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. the future. I
Clark D. D., Minister Church Service 11:00 a.m. -,. \.: ... \ ; lAlLa w Iof
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Church of A I
Sundays 10:00 a.m. Church Christ -
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Central Church of '
i School for all the family; 11:00 Seminole Club Bldg.Christ Nelson Short, Minister Tonight"and t'j. i '. i

a.m. Worship and Sermon Sunday 10:00 and 11.-00 a.m. Sunday: -- cD .. .. .. .. .. I
Bible_Study 10:00 a.m. every nignt : II' .
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First Assemby of God, Rev. Paul T. Dumm. minister Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. . __ .1.1
Johnnie T. Powell, pastor. J2 PM i
Church of Christ of Cove Bend I ; :
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Sunday Worship School 11:00 9:45 a.m.a.m. Morning Bible Study Worship 11:00 10:00 a.m.a.m. Sunday Methodist Rev. Henry School Church Wolfe pastor.10:00 a.m. back Marion at the Mercer organ for } : i

Evangelistic Service 7:30p.m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. Church Services 11:00 a.m. a year's engagement;: \\ir.-? !

Evening Services 5:30 p.m. Dance to his band .
Our Lady of Fatima Catholic '
Church, Sportsmens Park,Re" HOMOSASSA BROOKSVILLE Saturday nights ; .
First Baptist Church Rev. L. 4_' 1 )'S
James, O.S.B. pastor.MassesSunday Jehovah's Witnesses Also "' : naaarar5 aov ,
7:30 & 11:15 Glenn Stephens Brooksville Kingdom Hall } i ( ... --- r .f.
Sunday School 10:00 Park Rd. FERNAND LACOSTgis : r :- aIr \. .
a.m. Weekday mornings at 8 a.m. County W. .. e. .
a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Public Meeting Sun. 3:00)p.m. our fabulous new .\' . - .. ,
Training Union 6:30 p.m. Watch Tower Study Sunday head Chef. You'll en: I ',at
Highlands Faith Chapel Jay and Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. 4:15 p.m.LECNTO joy "A ventures in ; :;: .

Elsie Prentiss Pastors I
Good
Methodist Church, Eating"Lunch

Sunday Services Rev. D. Rossi pastor Church of Christ. A. Frank from $1.25 APACHE SHORES On Beautiful Lake Tsala Apopka' (22 Miles'Losg)' r-----------------.
Churcn School 10KX a.m. Sundays 9:30 a.m.Sunday School Johnson minister. Dinner from $1.85 Unrestricted Lots House orTraUeroO Lake Privileges for all Lot Own. .1 PARSLEY 68? CettttaI Ares.
Worship Service 11:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Worship Sunday: Drinks at the Rogues ers Most of these Lots Overlook the Lake--.Beautiful Wooded Lots. I S*. Pctonfen, Fb. HIM. 7-fTt

Evang. Services 7:30 p.m. Bible Study 10:15 a.m. Roost for Island dock- 40 x 70 and Larger $ 295 and up Inside $20.00 Down $10.00 per I I would like a1d'itiel+al 1 inMflllNtioI'\' .... Mk aR

RED LEVEL Worship 11:00 a.m. tail lounge fJ' ...n 75. month $1100.00 and Up Waterfront $100.00 Down $25.00 per mouth I APACHE SHOMS.I .
Church Baptist Church Lake Private A Fisherman.and II
BSeventhDaAdventist; Worship 7:00 p.m. Clubhouse on Beach Boat ramps Name _
W. J. Ostman Minister. Eden. O.C..Anderson, pastor Plush Port Hunters Paradise Retirement or Weekend: retreat Relax and Live I '. /
Ga.rdens. 5 mi. East of Inver- Bible School 10:00 a.m. BTACHATTA Longer at APACHE SHORES Just 2 Miles to Hernando Shops I r..t- ? ._ '-.J"*- _

ness on Hwy. 44. Sun. worship-service 11:00 a.m. New Hope Methodist Church ParadiseCrystaj Churches Stores Etc. 7 Miles to Citrus County Game Reserve 1.1Sate I .-, ......,.,. --1'.'eo, ,;
Sabbath School) Sat. at 2:30 p.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. Sunday School 2i30! p.m River 2 Miles North of Hernando on State Road 200 Drive up or Write I 7' fiifti
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S TRUE WATERFRONT LOTS BORDERING ON RIVERS NOTCANALS.

FLORIDA'S FINEST DRINKING WATER COMES FROM THE SPRINGS

AT INDIAN WATERS. WATER TESTS SHOW THAT NATURE HAS s
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FLUORIDATED THIS WATER THAT POURS FROM SPRINGS AT THE

RATE OF 5.050 GALLONS PER HOUR. I

OUR DEVELOPMENT IS NESTLED IN VIRGIN FOREST AND PLAT- af"'S S

TING IS PLANNED TO RETAIN THIS SPECIFIC BEAUTY OF NATURE.

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WATERS DEVELOPMENT. HERE YOU CAN SEE NUMBERLESS FISH
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Waterfront Lots Only $2,495.



I ,.Woodland Lots Only $1,295. -


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Hwy 191 Mile No. Of Crystal River -,- SEE A FEHERMAN5 DREAM come true. In the waters of beautiful INDIANS
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fresh or salt water.

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There does come a ( )
to try Florida Care-Free
If you are considering
you as our neighbor in
Indian Waters is
of Florida, only 4 1/2
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It is Just 75 mUes from
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and see INDIAN A TERS
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FOLKS GET
air Warm conditioner spring waters 1 1963I

and cooler summers.
With 41,000 acres of
to enjoy OUTSIDE :
sunburned on the Gulf of

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