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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 28, 1963
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
weekly[ former <1939-1968>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028315
Volume ID: VID01578
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 15802799
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73rd YEAR NUMBER 9 INVERNESS, FLORIDA- FEBRUARY 28, 1963 SECTIONS, 14 PAGES

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I ; Inverness Will Seek New CharterThe T Being Made During March


City of Inverness will municipal government advisory Of Lake MadeTo
c seek a new city charter following group, for a proposed format of Survey Being

decision of Council to begin the new charter. 4 #
action. At a special meeting of The charter matter will move

Council called Tuesday after- along rapidly, according to Mr. I IE Il p' "r Determine Fishing NeedsScouts

noon by Fred Hair. Council Fitzpatrick, since the proposednew

President a unanimous motionto instrument will have to be
/ An outpouring of Citrus County residents,all ardent fishermen
work
out a new charter was presented to the State Legislature KiwaniansTo
passed. during the forthcoming jammed the courthouse courtroom last Friday night to hear the
City experts tell them what Is the matter with local fishing what can
Attorney Charles Fitz- spring session. Following act-
Assist GoodwillInverness be done about it. and what will be done.
patrick was instructed by Coun- 'ion by the legislative body, the
They came they heard they and number of them
saw quite a
cil to immediately begin voters of Inverness will be call T&wanians and Boy
nego-
got the chance to their two worth Into the discussion.
put cents
tiations with the Municipal Code ed in special referendum to ap- Scouts will join forces in a
Apparently everyone went back home with some satisfaction...
Corporation Florida's leadine; prove a new charter clothing drive to benefit 280
handicapped people employed by feeling that at long last something will be done to improve the

I School Board .'.::. [:jI"U": : :':...':I ii';:::>[>': lllii:: :: ..:'W 1f&f.Weather Goodwill Scouts will Industries.distnbuteGoodwill fishing was situation a worthwhile here.It .assembly--as is any important msetiag in

clothing bags to homes in this which the public is given the opportunity to express kNit on
residentsto matters near and dear to them. Few things are closer to Citrus
area Saturday asking
Hiring Second H '.- folk than fishing in the abundant lakes and rivers.
HIGH LOW : keep the bags in handy place ....................
and fill them during the next
Teacher Thursday 64 39 [ week with clothing and other On hand to greet the enthu- being" MaDill declared.He .
t : Special Friday No Reading : repairable discards. siastic, but expectant, horde of told how the state is
62 Ii1,1 <-
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Saturday
Scouts will return the following men and women of the rod and being divided into 19 recreational
< { ; At its meeting Tuesday, the Sunday 76 53 Saturday for the filled reel society were some prominent areas. An increase in the

t, k Board of Public Instruction okayed Monday 78 41 bags. figures of authority. They cost of fishing permits will add

the hiring of a second Tuesday 70 47 Otto Allen heads the Kiwanis were called in on the meetingby to a special state fund to Improve -
teacher for the class of Wednesday 32jI'I"'I' Sen. E. "Nick" Connor -
exceptional participation. Kowanians will James fishing. This will
.. .. money
,; children in the county. ( . :' .' lt see that the bags are assembledat who with Rep. A. R."Baldy" be used in the recreationalareas
: The county already has one : : ...111'1.,11:, ,'.,...,.:o':!:",::I!1J-!: Mt a central point for Goodwill Strickland, helped where th most water is

teacher. And although willing to : to pick up.Discards. greet the homefolk and make and where fishing problems
World Day Of PrayerThe ANOTHER CHANCE TO BE HEARD--Mel left of Beach Park has few appear -
Lightfoot Magnolia
assume the costs for the additional ( ) a more given to non-profit them feel at ease in the smoke- more prevailant

.' I teacher, the board stated woid-Day of Prayer remarks to make following Friday night's meeting. Hearing him out are Ed MaDill (center) andAlfred Goodwill are repaired by its filled courtroom. A project whereby county com-

:' it would apply for these teachers will be observed here tomorrow McKethan, state and district officials. --staff photo handicapped or aged workersfor There was Ed MaDill chair- missioners might allocate a

to be paid by the state if afternoon 3 o'clock,atSt.Mar- resale in 17Goodwill stores. man of the State Game and certain amount of money for improved -

I' the Legislature approves an increase garet's Episcopal Church. All Defeated Councilman Hints Suit Possible Store proceeds are used to pay Fish Commission; two fish bio- fishing programs, and
in the number of teach- logists, including MelvinHuish;
church to at- the workers. Goodwill being this amount matl"h.d hu the
women are urged -- ---- -I
I about 95 per cent selfsupporting. Alfred McKethan chairman of Game and Fish Commission,

ers.Eleven county teachers will tend.Women from the Presbyterian. Scofield Would Like RecountAt the Southwest Water Manage- was discussed by the official. I

receive competency awards if Methodist and Episcopal ment District; and John Ossen- Also speaking tn the nr....

their locally approved applications churches will take part in this a special press session in piech's reply was negative when will be entirely satistactory fort this county's representative dominently; retired audiencewere

are given the okay from the annual program. his office Monday, M.C. Sco- contacted about a recount by with me and binding on me. on the Withlacoochee Basin McKethan and Ossenfort.

State Board of Education. In The following committees of field former city councilman, City Attorney Charles Fitz- Otherwise, I am willing to have Board. McKethan pointed out that there
order to apply, teachers must the cooperating churches include said ie has requested a re patrick. the ballots counted in public in Before the discussion periodgot 'are far more people making demands -

score at least 600 on the nat- : Mrs. Ed P. St. John and codnt in the Feb. 19 municipal Councilman Pospiech, who order to eliminate any doubt underway Huish calmed the of natural resources than

ional teachers exam and agreeto Mrs. Roy Kidd, First Presby- election. The local attorney lost told The Chronicle preferrednot about who was elected." group with a large number of there were "back in the old

t teach in the county for at terian; Mrs. W.E. Marlowe out in the balloting by six votes, to become involved in any Scofield had demanded a recount colored slides depicting various days", and that "we've all been

r least another year. The reward First Methodist and Mrs. H.L. which saw Helmar "Dutch" more political squabbling, said when the ballots were first factors or problems which con- very careless in the preservation -
would be in the form of a $400 Connell and Mrs. Joseph Bowl- Pospiech get five more votes, he had no authority to touch the counted, but had directed his trol the quantity of good lake of our natural resources."

bonus, on evaluation of their er,j>t.Margaret's.. or 338 to_$33. ballot box even if a recount was remarks at election officials. fish. These slides stressed the As a result, special boards and

past year's work. World Day of Prayer will Scofield has until tomorrowto necessary. He strongly empha- aquatic vegitation in the lakes facilities have had to be estab-

The BPI also: Accepted the observed tomorrow at 2 p.m. at file a complaint with the Cir sized that a recount of his and and the means of controllingsame. lished. He struck 0 uta t

resignation of board member the United Presbyterian ChurchIn cuit Court for a recount of the Scofield's votes would be non- Three Sunday MassesAt i Other determining fact- "thoughtless digging and dredging -

David Anderson as school trustee Crystal River with the Methodist ballots. Although he did not say sense since the two were not ors previewedanddlscussedin- along lake shorelines.

and appointed Mrs. Betty and First Baptist churches he would bring a suit he indicated opposed to one another in the Catholic Church cluded control of rough fish, Ossenfort reminded the group
Williams of Crystal River to polution, the effects of low and
: participating. Mrs. Selma Hoodis that he had not alto- election. Both were only two of that a feasibility study is cur-

serve until three new trustees program chairman. gether ignored the possibility.The five candidates running for Effective March 3, the First high water. rently being made in Lake Tsala
are elected in November. Appointed This "Day" is observed annually defeated candidate who three offices, he reminded, and Sunday of Lent, three Sunday The fish biologist who after Apopka. This survey is from

1 If Mrs. Estella McDougald by churches throughoutthe was'up for re-election to that the three getting the high- morning masses will be offeredat 14 years with the State is soon Floral City through the chain of
as kindergarten teacher at Car another est number of the to take a similar position with lakes, and will help determinewater
world. "Witness Unto Me"is four-year term, em- votes were Our Lady of Fatima Catholic -
I ver. Transferred $19,400 of the federal explained -
the theme for the program phasized that he did not susvpectr. .. winners.Scofield Church Inverness, due to government level problems and how
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state matching funds into the. "this year; 'Empb sts-- 1l1 Ise Su faulty-coon: [,:but tnattn : passsed around, tq.,/nL! greatly increased size off that after various sun best to control them.
school construction fund this veys were made in.the lakes
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such a close election lie desired members of the
placed on prayer for Christ- press copies tne congregation the past several -
i amount being earned due to an make certain how of the letter he Pos_ and the particular problems determined
ians, that they may be faithful to just sent to 'vweeks. Time of masses each
i average daily increase in attendance and effective in their witness many votes separated the two piech, in which he stated: "...It Sunday up to and including Easter the department'sprogram
FRED WHITELAW for has
by county students for Christ. The public is in- candidates. He said he had writ- you beat me five votes or one 'Sunday, April 14, will be treatment
successful and the
during the past year. vited. ten Pospiech, but that the victor vote I will be perfectly satis- 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., and 11:15 proven highly

had refused to acknowledge the fied with the result of the elect- a.m. Father James Hoge, Whitelaw Again fishing mal condition better.returns to nor-
or even
correspondence. He said Pos- ion, but as it stands, I am not O.S.B., pastor announces.
1 satisfied with it. What I would Sunday Christian Doctrine Fishing in the 22-mile chainof
suggest is that and I and Top FFA SpeakerCitrus lakes from Hernando) to
you classes for the youth of the
Pirates Win First Floral City has for the past
the
City Attorney and the City parish will immediately follow

'I i Round As Hardwood Clerk interested, and anyone else who is the 9 a.m. mass at 10 o'clock County again stands a desirable.several years The become voice less of than fish

up to a reasonable Father Hoge said. grand chance of boasting thestate's marina '.
camp operators pro- -
number take the
) out original

Race Gets UnderwayCitrus ballots and count those that you Stations Lenten of Devotions the Cross, including, will be speaking Future winner Farmer what with public Fred prietors eral--particularly, and fishermen those in gen-who Y.

received and those that I re- observed each Whitelaw local .
I It Wednesday even- taking the FFAchapter's trek this each
to area
:: and Crystal River high ceived, and whatever the result 7:30 year
t schools are involved in basket- ing at during Lent. Friday. contest honors hereon solely for the purpose of laying.
their corks on the waterbarebecome
; 1 ball group tournaments this Fred, a senior at Citrus High .-'It
louder in the past few
I
1 _/ week. The Hurricanes openedfor Famished Flames and the son of Mr. and Mrs. months. They finally reachedthe \
I action last night here, and
Fred Whitelaw of Floral
) the Pirates City, ears of local politicians who
play their second /
,H +5 was runner-up in the state con- set out to see what was the mat-
game tonight after taking the test last year losing by the --
first round of the class "C" ter.
Devour .
DwellingsInverness' narrow margin of three points MaDill and others on the
It4hwr land.playoffs Monday night in Chief- after taking t he local, sub- panel confronting the eager JACK ARTHUR
r- district district and regional
; crowd that
promised an exten-
Coach John Hull's Hurri- Park Avenue was a goo to remove most household honors.
will made of
be
sive survey Area Has New
canes battled the Wildcats of
r5 hot place Monday night as furnishings. An elderly man, The popular student, whose Lake Tsala Apopka immediately -
Wildwood 7 o'clock
last
at night flames, fed by rotten timbers, Will Henderson, lived in the speech topic was "The Econo- and that results >of this
in the
1. A where Citrus the class High"B"gymnasium, licked destructively away at house on the north side. Most of mic Importance of Agriculture" survey will be known within the Farm ForesterSumter
tourna- three shanties. One was
Negro his competed with sopho-
furnishings were salvagedalso. next few weeks. At that time
ment is being played. The 8 burned to the ground.The others more Lonnie Nichols(tiThe Use another public meeting will be and Citrus counties
o'clock match
Lake Weir saw it Williston under and the were rendered useless by fire Employees of Florida Power of Steel in Agriculture) and held to hear the results and have a new Farm Forester, and

play out and water. Corp. were on the scene with junior David Roberts ("Salinityof what steps are to be taken next. any landowner desiring his ser-
nets. Finals will be held Satur- When firemen arrived on the firemen and severed power the Soil").All three speakers The official, however,empha- vices may contact &him at P.O.

day night. scene at around 8 o'clock, they lines near the Inferno. were highly praised for their sized that nothing can be pro- Box 501, Bushnell.
The Pirates, coached by Al found the one house burning be- The old shanties reportedly deliverances, before the entire mised. He said area people Jack Arthur of Jacksonville
Ware and the
entering tourna- yond control. For about an hour belonged to the Fannie Scofield student body. It was the first want to know what is the matter has moved to Bushnell from
ment with a 7-15 record foughtthe and a half they battled the blazes estate and are over 50 years old. time for Lonnie and David. and he hopes the survey will Marianne where he was Farm

Bronson Eagles down the to keep the inferno from spreading They were supposedly built for Inverness will be host to the repeal the problem. "We'll Forester for Jackson County.
line for close 48-44
.- i a victory. to adjoining buildings. One workers at the old lumber mill sub-district FFA contests on just have to do the best with He replaces Kay Saville as
The halftime saw the county fireman, Richard Lentzen suffered 19. forester for the .
f r here. April what we have, for the timer two counties.Mr.
team two points behind the a badly injured hand, cut .
f
Eagles, or 25-23. The final L_ ...._...._... Arthur is married and
when knocked outs has
ne wumuv two small daughters. He is
quarter decided the win. The razed resident was the a graduate of the University of .
Bronson..12 13 13 644C.
home of Elizabeth a middle
Ivey Florida (1958)) and spent six
River... 13 10 14 11--48
aged woman who was in bed when.
I '<; ' months in the U.s. Marines \
Pacing the Pirates Evans warned her of the _. -jf
neighbors out- -, : : : : under the reserve program." He 1
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((16)) and Schiraldi ((15)), while burst of flames in the kitchen i started with the Florida Forestry '

} ... judges choice for chapter Sweetheart... -staff photo others aiding the winning effort area. The woman made a futile :;: Service in Lakeland as a
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were Green (6)), Hembree ((6)), attempt to salvage some of her 44 4- -,. Junior Forester.
Blanchard ((4)), and Purcell ((1)).
belong ings. As Farm Forester for the I
1 Miss Williams Buffet Supper Tonite Tonight at 7 o'clock, the On the south side of th Ivey Sumter and Citrus area Arthur I
Pirates will face the Cedar
1 place was a home occupied by a assists landowners of the two :
Sweetheart HERNANDO--The Ladies of Key squad. Finals are Saturday. young couple, the Wiley Henrys counties with forest management -
FFA
Hernando Methodist Church will and their baby daughter who problems and activities.

I prepare and serve a buffet sup- Investment Company with the help of neighbors mana- His assistance includes such as
CRYSTAL RIVER--The local
per tonight from 5 until 7:30in tree planting marketing of wood
FFA chapter" has a new"Sweet the church' annex. Proceeds Continues SeminarsThe products Insect disease prob- ,

heart She's a very pretty from the supper will go toward Pedestrian Hit lems, etc.Thines. i
who was judged winner wf
senior the new parsonage.Mrs.Walter A.M. Kidder Company
over four other entries last Van Ness is chairman.
Ocala investment firm, contin-
Friday afternoon in the school Crossing US 41
ues its seminar series for

Sweetheart"auditorium. is The Betty new Sue"FFA Williams Meeting Of City's Citrus terested County residents.investment-in- A 45-year-old Negro man .

t of the Red Level community was badly injured early Tues- LL
Monday night a session was
shown above being Merchants March 7 held in the private dining roomat day morning near his home in i
crowned by chapter presidentLee the S&W Hernando when he started
The Inverness Retail Mer- Restaurant. The
Earl Stokes. 41 and was.
first across Highway
of
four
such
The other contestants were chants' Association will hold an conducted meetings struck down by a motorist.
seniors Wanda Tyner and Lin- important meeting next Thurs- Kidder by personnel from the Early Dukes, the injured the$t M
day morning (March 7) at 9 Company office was well
da Elbrecht sophomore Lynda attended. man reportedly suffered a bro
Strickland and freshman Angie o'clock in the Florida Power These ken right leg and a possible which are seen are
Todd. Judges scored general Lounge. Investment seminarswill dislocated right shoulder. temporal; but the things which

beauty, talent, and stage pre- John Dampier Association continue each Monday night Investigating Trooper Jack 4 are not seen are eternal.U .
through March
sence. The winner will repre- president indicates that a number 7:30 12th beginning Crews told The Chronicle that --( Cot- 4:18)).
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sent the chapter in the sub- of decisive matters have Dukes started across the high If we took only at the surface
Basic .
19. arisen and must be acted upon principles and proce- . of life we may sometimesfind
district contest April dures incident share way around 6:45. Visability was ... ., .' : -
to
without further delay. owner- . - it disturbing. But WIleD we
The chapter president was very poor and the man failedto -
master of ceremonies for the This is the first meeting of the ship, accompanied by movie'S.chans see the oncoming vehicle. look deeper. to the unchanging

program which in addition to new year and all Inverness merchants will be and other pertinent aids The 1949 Ford pickup which: realm of Truth we face life

the contest Included skits by are urged to be present. these meetings.The presented. at each of hit the pedestrian was headed PROGRESS AND POVERTY stand face to face in this grim scene where fire razed one Negro with faith courage and composure. -

several of the chapter mem- CHRONICLE ADVERTISERSHAVE public is invited to each north along 41 and was being dwelling and rendered unliveable two others early Monday night. These shanties eager bk Iw .

bers, and guitar solos by James WHAT YOU WANT of these seminar sessions. operated by Willie Lee Lut- merciless flames, are typical in the section where the city's new sewage disposal plant is being :
McLeod of Homosassa.. trell. 37, of Floral City. completed. --staff photo Ufirlt! j N ff.fmjjjff tli; : m.


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Kelly's Jayvees Win Floral City, and Mrs. John

Crystal RiverRamblings 1k I Floral City II Williams of Crystal River,
Tow Cookie chairmen, will I attend -

Tallahassee Tourney I By MRS. DON 726-1&44 I 'a lUnchoon atHowie-m-the
SH1NGLER PHONE : Hills to discuss plans and sche

dules for the coming Girl Stout
rx' Mrs. Iva Laughridge of Marian -
Royce Williams of Inverness,
Milton is former cookie sale.
Kelly a .wx
N.C. and former residentof
Citrus High School ball player.A By LAURA M. ZIMMERMAN Keating Park visited Mr.and visited relatives in Bradenton Mr. sad Mrs.Truman Rogers,

graduate of Florida State Dr. and Mrs. J.C. Pope, Sr. Miss Sylvia B, Paulson is entertaining Mrs. Allen B. Johnson this Saturday.Mrs.. Frank. Cowan is of Midland, Mich. are spending
a patientin
University last June he is now a two months to the area.
and
Leland
Mrs. '
Mr. week.
have returned to their home in .
coach. and faculty member of Hernando County Hospital.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.
th Village of Picardy, after a Kandy, of Wisconsin Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Higgin- and Mrs. Fred Wiley,Jr., William Cor1'liff
Augusta Raa Junior High School of WiOtsboro Pa., '
in Tallahassee. visit with their family at their Wise. botham, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. are the proud parents of a 8 lb. and ar,
Mr. Mrs.
I home in Bessemer Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Charles White, Love, Mrs. pat Hartwick and 3 1/2 oz. baby boy. visiting HowardFlorida
Saturday won night the Coach Tallahasseecity Kelly'sJayvees Mr. and Mrs. Adolph B. Hill maitre and hostess at the Plan- Mrs. Florence Johnson attended Mrs. Elizabeth Osborn returned -
Jr. are back at their winter tation Hotel, are at home in a the Eastern Star installationin to her home in Pennsyl- i
tournament championship home in Paradise point. cottage on the LeCarda Motel Ocala Saturday night. vania after a month's visit with phosphate deposits are
by defeating Cobb Junior High has Another residence this the most eXteasive and productive -
Ollie Stamper of Lecanto Plaze. at Dr. and Mrs. Lamar W. Nib- her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Grace
38-28. Kelly's team had a 9-1 informed us that a "West Vir-. hostelry is occupied by Mr.and lett of Louiseville, Ky. arrived Kreckman. of any in the nation
city record fort he basketball ginia Day" will be held next Mrs. H.C. McClure manager of this week to visit their daughterand of and furnish annually. about 70
Mrs. ,
Cobb.season, their only loss being to Sunday March 3rd, at Brooks- the Senn's five and ten store on family Mr. and Mrs. Al Inverness"Mrs.James F.C.J.Gronert Parker,of percent of the nation's output.;
O. C. HILLIARD of Tampa ville. The meeting will be a Citrus Avenue. Murden.
i Kelly is a son of Mr.and Mrs. caught a five dollar tagged fish community pot-lurk dinner to Airmanfirstclass and Mrs. The Teenage Club wisyes to
Julian Kelly. in Lake Tsala Apopka last Sat- be given in the Youth Center, John F. Slade and children are thank Mrs. Harold BOnifield
urday. He hooked the tagged which is opposite the Chamberof visiing Mr. Slade's parents, MARYLOU JACKMAN donating a record played to use
THANKS!
bass out of the WithLaPopkaIslands Commerce. All Florida folks Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Slade. at their meeting. -
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY area while visiting in from West Virginia are invitedto June Wedding Set Members of the Home Demon-
the county over the weekend. attend and meet their friends Seece4t. stration Club met at the home of
POODLES--Baby Toys AKC The tagged" fish contest is spon- Bring a covered-dish and place- tptI For Miss JackmanMr. Mrs. 1.1. pelc for a workshop
Registered championship stock. soredby the Citrus County service for dinner o'clock.. Monday. They are learning pine FOR YOUR CONFIDENCE WHtCHYOU HAVE SHOWN
Reasonable. BILLYE IRVING. Chamber of Commerce. Dead- Rev. and Mrs. Paul Gray of .,} and Mrs. Louis B. Jack- needle weaving. BY YOUR ACTION.
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Thunderbird Terrace, Lake line for catching the money win- Clarksburg W. Va.were guestsof ,:i\. ,..... .:-. man of Inverness Highlands Paul J albert, Ricky Spooner,
i Panasoffkee. Ph.:Bushnell 793- ners is today..and that $100 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lemon :. North, formerly from Copiague, Ronnie Lanier, Wayne Murphy
2925. 9-3p baby is still swimming aroundout of Route 44 last week.Rev.Grayis L.I., New York, announce the Fred Hardy Carol Bodda,
r there somewhere. Nearly pastor of the Church of Christ 1: .!l1&a: engagement of their daughter, Elaine Duggar Vicki Eady Janet Abraham (Abe) WeitzPaid
300 tagged bass and brim were in Clarksburg. -t -., ... Marylou to Charles W. Core, Knight and Mr. Lynn Lyons
i' loosed in the lakes and in the The Woman's Club of C.R. \.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey T. left at six a.m. on a hike from
Floral CityNursery i Withlacoochee River. This one will. hold its regular monthly 1. r : \.. Core of San Bernadino Calif.! Floral City Saturday. They ( Political Advertisement)
being held by Hilliard is the meeting at the clubhouse on i Marylou is a senior at Citrus reached Lecanto around noon,
sixth one pulled out. Citrus Ave. next Monday,March : High School.Charles is a grad- hiking a little over eighteen

LAKE TSALA GARDENS" 4th, at 2 o'clock. Mrs. W. Harvey uate of Wyreka High School miles. Two of the girls dropped '
The Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Edwards will be in chargeof INVERNESS CLUB Wyreka, Calif. He has been out in Inverness. Holder's Nursery
'I Try us for anything the program, which will feature Three new members have been stationed in Jacksonville, Fla., Girl Scout Troop 81 will meetat
of
Ohio
Cincinnati
N + YOU CAN FIND Stanpler house of Mr. and Mrs.are a musical festival.A .added to the Inverness Golf & and is enroute to North Island the Community Building Sat- Green House & Landscapiftf
Shade Trees Box Wood Ozie Nickelson.Mr. guests duplicate bridge tournament Country Club membership this NAS at San Diego Calif. as an urday, March 2, t 8 a.m. for a .
I past week.Mr. and Mrs.Howard aviation Phone 795-2917 Business Hours...7 Days a Week.
a Annuals Fruit Trees of all and Mrs. Louis Hillerickof group has been started. It will electrician's mate. hike.Mr.
Price Inverness; Mr. andMrs.! Plans and Mrs. Sam Spansellof Great Variety of Plants & Services.
kinds Hedge Materials. We Louisville, Ky. were recent play weekly at various homes of are being made for a Everything Priced to Sell
sell the best for less. of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie members, starting March 6th. C.W. Thomas Dunnellon; and June wedding.SHdd. Easley S.C. are guests of
1 blk S. Masonic Lodge Davis.guests Three "practice sessions" are Mr. and Mrs. Duane Segar, their daughter and family, Mr. Crystal St. Crystal RiverPREIFABULOUS
Inverness. and Mrs. Ray Skinner.Mr. .
and already underway, precedingthe SfIdd
Mr. Mrs. Philip Froe-
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luch of Bethpage N.Y. moved beginning of the tournament.The Two weeks ago in the Ladies and Mrs. George Huffman .
group is composed of Mr. Day tournament Marian Schoenwon and children of Warren Ind.
into their new home this week ,
I and Mrs. Wayne Blanchard J. in the A group, and Edna etd have returned home after a two
S. Love. Mrs. louise Pollack Fowler in B group, which wasa weeks visit with Mrs.Huffman's
Mr. and Mrs. BE.Cheely,Mrs. throw out three worst holes. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Smithof mother, Mrs. Helen Tam. I
THANKS A.O. Searles and W.W. Byars. This past week on ladies Orlando announce the mar- Weekend guests of Col. and .
I truly appreciate the privilege of continuing serveas North American Van Lines is day. low net was won by.Evelyn riage of their daughter Joyce, Mrs. Charles Moyer and daughter ..
a member of the Inverness City Council.I believe the sponsor of this tournament.The Sipe, and low putts. Elizabeth of the U.S. Navy to ETR/3 Sandy were their daughterand '
that the record number of voters who cast ballots in Crystal River group is Solyer. Also the regular mon William Mason Smith in Elk- family, Mr. andMrs. Larry W, ,.
this election shows the great interest that we all havein included in the St. Petersburg thly noon meeting and covered ton, Md. Jan. 26. Palmrose, and Mrs. Moyer's
the people who sit as Council men and govern this district, winners will graduateto dish luncheon was held followed Joyce was born and spent her mother, Mrs. John Monical, of .... .:
City, and I will be eternally grateful to all my an area tournament and by a bridge game.The honors girlhood in Hernando the Miami. "
I supporters.My eventually to a Florida State went to Ruth Rowan from mobile granddaughter of the late Judge Mr. and Mrs. Robert Evans
tournament. The grand prize Ala. A number of guests and Mrs. E.B. Croft. She will of Leesburg were dinner guestsof -

i actions will always be guided by what is right will be a trip abroad for the from Port Paradise attended soon be transferred to the Naval Dr. and Mrs. Harold Boni- :
legally, morally and et i ally for the benefit and pro- winners. Other prizes are of- and the ladies day was a huge Air Station in Rhode Island tr field Sunday night. Mr. Evans is .
gress of our City. fered. j success. ';e nearer her husband who is Mrs. Bonifield s son. _
"Dutch" PospeichNew Mrs. Lon C. Ford whose Thursday was mens day and at Windsor Locks, Conn. for Dr. Harold Bonifield attendeda
J home is at Safety Harbor was Russ McClelland had a par on training under the Navy nuclear conference in Jacksonvillelast
(Paid Political Advertisement) 1 the house guest of Mrs. A.D. the course. The 18-hole point power program. week. Mrs. Bonifield ac- NEW

1 Williams for several days. She tournament was won by Bill Mrs. Smith will apply for her compaied him on the trip. REDWOOD
i ,was a guest at the dinner of- Zeller, John Muffett and Byron discharge permissable after Mrs. Monta Busy of Salem, imber.jgdge.
1 the Seminmle Club on Thursday Christy;blind bogey by Duane serving 12 months of the 36- Ind., who is visiting her daughter -
1I I evening. Segar and Bob Schumaker.Tom month term of enlistment upon Mrs. Bud Morris visited BY PRITCHARD OP CALIFORNIA
irro County >. Miss Rebecca Maynard returned Bronson who is on our marriage.Mr. relatives in Sarasota last week I : I Completely pre-cut so they fit together as
to the University of Florida board of directors,played in the Smith was born in miami easily as children's building logs. Main.
0 Line ) at Gainesville on Sunday, camp tournament in Ocala last and is the son of Mr. and Mrs end.Mrs.. C.J. Parker and Mrs. tenance free as a lodge can be-Solid
iOperTSumJays following a short visit with her week and won a silver bowl. Carl G. Smith of Lake Worth. redwood logs never need paint-resist
Liquors family the Harry E. Maynardsof Our golfers are getting better It decay won't be attacked by termites.
> Lecanto. just waiting for hat first holein Discriminating women know

I . .Mr.: and Mrs., Edward_F. Sinz one. .:, BTW .Students about MADRAS.BEVERLY LEE . Choose from 35 different models as low
si J : J are entertaining Mrs. G.C. Peterson Elizabeth Solyer, who is'the SHOP has only a few left of as $1500. Complete financing with only
these EXCLUSIVE styles in this 10% down, to 7 to '
of Glenbeulah. Wisc.and entertainment chairman of the up years pey.

1 P.M. to 12 P.M. Miss Jane Vander VredeofNew club, reminds about the pork To 'Take Over'The MADRAS areaof BOBBIE dresses..the BROOKS Resort Retirement Permanent Homes I
Tables for Ladies Beer and Liquor Smyrna, Ga. at their home on and chicken barbecue on March guaran-
C.L.Ports Proprieter Bar and Package Goods 2: Street. The former is Mr. 16. at 7 p.m. after "the St. office at Book rT.Washington teed fabric to bleed&handwoven CENTAL DISTRIBUTORS CALL TODAY 8-5
Marven (Doc) Davis.Night Mixoliglst 5 Miles. South on Highway 41 5inz's sister, and the latter isMs Patrick's Day Invitational tour- School has released the from India. ROXANNE swim TIMBERLODGE DIW Toll Call ?
i wife's sister. nament. The public is invited names of students who have been suits, nationally advertised. US. 19 Call Collect
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Skinner and everyone is welcome.Tick- selected to take over teachingand Beautifully styled to excite anywomen's CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 79S-2965
returned to their home in Mont ets may be obtained from mem- executive duties at the figure. Stop in the I would like to see pictures, and floor puns of the
gomery. Ala. last Friday and bers or pay at the club. school on Student GovernmentDay. BEVERLY LEE SHOP and new Redwood log cabins. Please send your repre-
I Public -I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Skinner PLANTATION CLUB They are as follows: clothes create that certain look in sentative, no obligation to me, of course.
motored to their home in Columbus Last Thursday a record 48 especially foryou.Starta
Ga. They will return Ii H: Notice here later in preparation for a scotch foursome sponsored by James Webster, assistant principal dressed for less at the
0, trip to the Bahamas.Mr. Paradise Plantation Country ; Jannie Mae Vickers BEVERLY LEE SHOP. Open ADDRESS_
and Mrs. Donald Ward Club Women's Golf Ass!\. school every day from 8:30 to 6:00;
secretary.
\ i Effective Now are spending February at the First place winners were Wave Eddye Lea Green, kindergarten P.M.. All day Wed., Sat. till PHONELEVINS
I Ward home on Second Avenue. Shearer and Bud Hunt with a net ; Joyce Ann Joyner, first 7:00 P.M., Main St. Inverness

heir northern home is in De- 60 1/2. Second place winners, grade; Maxine Bailey, second; Florida.

Ii We will install Green's troit.Mrs. with a net 71 1/2, were Maude Jeanette DeVaughn, second B;
Keith Huffman returnedto Farber and Warren Webster. Celestine Wasyington, third;
Fuel Gas Service (either her town house on Saturday Third place was won by Teri Edith G. Nelson, fourth; Evelyn I
I 1 after speding the past week Franklin and Ed Newton with a Williams fifth Verona Dixon,
t with her sister Mrs. Louise net 72. Tied for fourth place sixth; GROCERYFeb.
; bulk or cylinders) for as little Bartley, and daugher Miss were Flo O'Brien and George Mary J. Keys seventh; WillieP.

j Keith Bartley in Orlando.Mr. Boeckh Edna Springhorn and Jenkins, eighth; Jeanette
I as $1.00 total installation and Mrs. George Pfaff- Ed Tolle with a net 73. Floyd ninth; Dora. M. Bady, 28-Harch 1-2 fewness
L' berger of Chicago are honey- First low gross was won by tenth; Regenia Simpkins,
charge. mooning in Florida and have Marie Newton and Tommy Bolt eleventh; Mae Edith Gaines, Featuring Path's Black-Hawk Choice Western Beef
been the house guests of the who carded a 78. Tying for twelfth; and Larry Chesteen,
\
1\1I)L Call Us latter's brother-in-law and sister second low gross were Flo science.
Mr. and Mrs. William F. O'Brien and George Boeckh--
I Lemke at their Hommsassa Edna Springhorn and Ed Tolle
The state's first marine wel-
"H Green's lage home for the past week. with 82."The. Chuck Roast
come station a $225,000 tee- 59C

only security of all is pee shaped octagon, has been Per *

!II Fuel Gas Service in a free press....No Govern- put into use off Fernandina
I YOURPHARMACIST ment ought to be without cen- Beach by the Florida Develop-

''I i Inverness Ph. 726-1111 sors; and where the press is ment visitors Commission entering Florida to greet by
I free no one ever will.Thomas )

I PtAK" Jefferson. the Intracoastal Waterway. Ground Beef 3 $1.00 .




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really knows what sleep is.

'etaud .decicit.: It's recognized of course,
In this gracious & that it is very necessary in

varying amounts if the human / \ Evelyn'sTavern Fryers 330
charming home overlooking system is to function prop- Grade A Whole Li.

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from the day's work Standard 303 CansTomatoes '
and effort, it is the time your
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their store of fuel for a new NOW Introducing 8 $1.00
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day, and it is the time your <.
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and kidneys. E ,.
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.. to Citrus County. .
Although the young loudly .

resist it,the teenagers claim r i Potatoes .. 10 390
ability to do without it, and .. *
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Display Homes
in Lake -
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Gardens Bel-Air Inverness Shores Point for another day. .. ; ,
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New homes for sale and immediate occupancy.) Don't be asleep in the important Regular Beers Can or Bottles, 240 Bread 2" 19C
matter of having your 14' oz.. Loaf
prescriptions properly fill Premium 290
yVAL ed. Accurate and exacting
Six Pack Regular Beer 1.26 '
fillling. using the highest .
quality drugs is assured at Six Pack Premium $1.45 . Autocrat "

j 0:=0 t II Ill: COOK'S 726-4121.PHARMACY. Phone Schlitz Brands and featured Millers.by? the case include Budweiser. s

Case of 24 cans $5.25 plus Tax. Ice Cream' 4901.

THIS WEEK'S HOUSEHOLD WEEKEND SPECIALS--Bush Bavarian i;1.. lI2gal. .
Jr1Ae
I .' HINT: TO keep jvood from Case of 24 $3.99 Plus Tax & Deposit_ .
: THE TRADEMARK OF QUALITY PLUS'VALUE': .._, -'; Splitting, first push the nail LEO & EVELYN'S BEER t WINE TAVERN Special-Mar. 3 'lilited
"US. 41 SOUTH INVERNESS Tel. 726-2401 ,through a cake of hard soap. HIGHWAY 41 & 491 Holder Florida :



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t ACL Announces New |I : CORNERBaseball R1 '"", Board Commissioners. f;, ed41te r flHORThere nl I} I



(EDlTOR'SN"OTE: Following department. The two bids re porated areas, with all necessary II

Freight Procedure used to have its' is a condensed report on last ceived were from Cochran regulations prescribed.
week's meeting of the Board of Chevrolet and Chick ChittYheard a letter from Eugene
famous "Shoeless Joe" Jackson. will be a meeting of troit. Mich. and Mr. KeMMonypeay. -
A new and Improved system Inverness has "Shoe Joe" County Commissioners omitt- Ford both of Inverness. :The Knotts asking for a salt water the Ladies Auxiliary to LeRoy of Abbeyville. La.
for handling less carload freight ed in last weeks county paper low bid came from Cochran line be designated in the With- Rooks Jr., Post 4252, VFW, Mr. aDdMrs. Lawrence Woodsof

shipments has been started by Jackson.shoe repair Joe Jackson facility operates on West a. due to a lack of? space) which bid $7,374.71. Bids for lacoochee River at the. forks itat ue at 8 p.m.. Friday. Mar'h 1, St. Pete were visiting their
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Main The commissioners heard bodies for the trucks were also above Port Inglis. The Board in the Post Home on SR 200. parents this week Mr. and

it was announced today. street.iiiiiii Mrs. Ray Baxter county home heard. The bid from Hardee asked Rep. A.R.Stricklandpre- BY NELSON SHORT Unl.:'.j otherwise notified all Mrs. Walter VanNess.Mr. .
By using highway trailers, demonstration agent, ask for Manufacturing Co. of Plant City sent such a bill to the next FLORAL CITY meetings will now be held in and Mrs. David Combes
next day delivery will be provided Last Tuesday night's political"stumping" larger quarters for her depart was accepted. Legislature.ment. CHURCH OF CHRIST the new building. We JEbak were called to Washington. D.C.
in
between Inverness and 100 speeches City Officials discussed theheard a from Kibbeheard a from H.C. Matt. 16:26 "Forwhatisamaa
f Park drew clever remark request request Charlotte and Leo Root for: due to the death of his brother-
Florida and 50 South Georgia from of the a local humorists.He former county library building Crump of Homosassa Springs Becker of Beverly Hills that I rofited, if he shall gain the the privilege of holding our in-law. Col. R.L. Shoemaker of
cities on Coast Line. said one it reminded him of In- west of Inverness which has that the Board recommend Neil speed be regulated along the whole world and lost his own meetings in their office during U.S. Army. Burial will be in

A wholly-owned subsidiary, verness' premiere of "Gone 150-feet frontage on Hwy. 44. Gard for re-appointment to a highway past the new develop- :soul; ? or what shall a man given these past years when the Poet Arlington National Cemetery.

known as Seacoast Transwr nation With The Wind". This building according to three-year term on the Homo- ment area. The letter came i i, exchange for his soul? -- Home was a dream and a plan, Guests at the home of Mr.

Company has been set up .*.**.* Commissioner Gilstrap, could sassa Water Dist. from the State Road Dept., to These two questions propounded rather than a reality. and Mrs. J.S. Johnson are his

to perform the service. With the session of the be leased for $75 per month.heard.a letter from Mrs. which the Board has requested <>< by Jesus of Nazareth: are Recent guests of mr. and Mrs. sister and husband Mr. and

Prime F. Osborn presidentof state legislature spring forthcoming it or the building and lots could R.M. Fortson concerning the speed limit recommendations. significant and highly suggest-* B.E. May Sr. were Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Cowan of Knoxville
Seacoast. said '"This greatly that be bought for 11500. It was need to to regulate junk yardsheard a request fromCoun-j iVe. They come to us as a Mrs. Va Allen of Atlanta Ga. Tenn.
occurs to me legislation
improved service will be pro- should be considered to force pointed out that there_ was not outside municipalities and to ty Agent Quentin Medlin that he I ringing challenge and set the Mrs. Major Bellamy. Mrs. The Hernando WMU will have

vided with no increase in the owners to tidy unoc- enough money in the budget to consider presenting a bill to be allowed two weeks' leave .wheels of thought in motion. A.W. Craven Mrs. Wilda Bryant Day of Prayer March 7th be-

applicable rail rates, which cupied property property. A up common buy the property, but it might the Legislature authorizing the of absence from the county the They put us to thinking of life's attended the luncheon in ginning at 10 a.m. at the homeof

generally are lower than other in be rented for a year with opBoard to hide such unsightly first of April in order to at- Eundamen'al issues the things Ocala at the Brahma where Mrs. E.M. Bowman. Ladies
our highways
sight, touring ,
rates. is a plot in which an old building tion to'buy. The commissioners junk and trash piles behind fentend a training course on citrus with which we have to do -- films on Leadership were bring sandwiches and come and

In citing examples, he said half falling down-and sur- discussed the need for more ces, etc. Gilstrap said he was at Gainesville. the soul, the world gain loss shown, for cancer.Mrs.Cravenis worship with us.

that shipments picked up in rounded by weeds and debris space in the courthouse, and for the idea and regretted thataccePted a plat for Chassa- and profit. chairman of cancer drive in Mr. and Mrs. Gary Buergerof
Jacksonville Monday afternoon stands and stands and stands. I considered that the vacant 11the zoning referendum submithowitzka River Estates development John in I Jno. 2:15-17 tells us this district. Doctor's from all Jacksonville were guests at
would be delivered at Orlando, believe a logical approach and brary building could be petited to the people was defeated No. 5. not to love the world. What is over Florida gave talks on the home of their parents Mr.
Tampa, St. Petersburg or Nap- to action tioned now and more room add several years ago. Mrs. FortCommissioner Fred Spooner the world? John says all that is cancer. and Mrs. David Combes or
one guaranteed
les on Tuesday.He get ed in the future when neces- son's letter came from the submitted a preliminary sketch in the world is the lust of the Hernando Methodist Church is the weekend.
would be to start a of
added "We feel that this clean-up using labor program from the sary. Attorney Bradshaw was Florida Development & Safety for a new structure to be built flesh --lust of the eyes and the having a supper this Thursday Guests of Mr. and Mrs.Vance

service will be of special bene- and the instructed to prepare papers Corp. in Lecanto for the use of stor- pride of life. If one would gain night beginning at 5 p.m. till Watson are her nephew and
prison charging
fit to the business communityin cost of camps labor, and incidentals to necessary for leasing the proheard discussion about ing voting machines and other all these things and lose his 7 p.m. $1.25 for adults and 75t wife. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
,
providing a vastly improvedand the owner of register. perty. another piece of legislation( voting equipment. The 26 x 42- soul--what would be your gain? for children. Also at the Her- Reece of Ohio and Mr. and
far more dependable distribution property******* In other action the county dered drawn up) which would foot building would also be used First you would gain somethingthat nando Methodist Church they Mrs. R.E. King of Ohio.

method than has ever SOMETHING IN ANAMEFromtime officials: authorize the Board to require as a voting place and would include cannot satisfy the hunger are having Rev.Wicker guest Mr. and Mrs. William Howard

been offered before." to time we find --heard bids for two tandem a franchise for the operation of restrooms etc. The your heart. In the conversationwith speaker and soloist every even- have returned home from their

"Coast Line has more than and I found interestingnames this week- trucks for use by the county road garbage collection in unincorBoard will ask for bids the woman of Samaria atJacob.s ing this week. honeymoon and are at homeon
500 trailers available one well (Jno. .4)), Jesus
to Implement end that caused back Recent guests at the home of Parsons Point.
me to
go
I the service,"Osborn continued for a second look. Sure enough gram will filter down to the high Offers said "Every one that drinkethof Mr. and Mrs. lymanwere: Mr and Mrs. Glenn H. Hor-
"and we anticipate acquiring stenciled on the mailbox was schools where these same County HOC Now this water shall thirst again. Miss Jeanette King of Marshall rerof N.Y. are visiting her

more trailers as the demand this name, "B. S. Blew". Draw changes must be made NOW. Though speaking primarily of Mo., Miss Dorothy Wedgeof sister and husband, Mr. and

for" the service increases your own conclusions but whata John Q. Public will have to Plan To 'Working Women'For the actual water in the ancient Alberta Lea Minn., Mrs. Mrs. Leo Root.
well the Master must have included -
nomer for a politician. take the rubber band off his Annie Squire Johnson of De-
He said it will be earthly things in general:
expandedto ******* pocketbook. However, this investment the benefit of the "work suggestions and ideas of interest -
for there is nothing in all the
include all
principal pointsIn CALVES BY AUTO-I pulled up in youth education focused ing women" in the county there to you. I
land the seas that can giveto
or
the
Southeast served by Coast the survival of .
beside another car at a stop light upon our will be an opportunity for you The 4th Thursday is the date
Line in the near future. Sunday afternoon and noticed an nation will have tendency to to belong to a Home Demonstration each month the FPL will be a- mortal. Abiding manpermanentsatisfaction. happiness is not- POLACOLORA

undue amount of confusion in mellow even those who are group which will meet in vailable to us. be found the of
to in possession
the rear seat area. My first notoriously "slow" with the evenings.On This group will be limitedto things.

Cora Buser thought was, kids fighting. A dollar. ******* Thursday evening (tonight) those who work away from Second you would gain a dan- very limited supply, Polacolor Type 48 Starter KKf.
second look and an amazed: one, ANOTHER NEWSPAPER at 7:30 in the Florida Power home during the day and do gerous master and become a
revealed three very young Lounge all women who are not have an opportunity of attending .
veritable slav When the young
calves riding in the back seat CASUALTY-Recent years have interested in organizing such a day meetings. Zeller O'Neal Inc.
ruler Mark. his
10) gained
( ) ,
and small))
seen many large ,
New and of an old model sedan. group are urged, to attend with he
drop by the treasures gained a master
******* newspapers way- photographyInverness
side. Most pathetic one we have who had more power over his
CHANGES AHEAD-There are .h A ....h nf .h #--l. life and eternal destiny than the Florida
Used FurnitureOrnamental changes ahead in the Florida seen was uic ucaui ui LUC VJUiuePost Public NoticeI
a weekly published for Son of the living God: for
higher education field. The past
when the decisive moment
five and one-half years in Fort
I few years have been marked by Pierce Florida. !IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CIRCUIT COURT FIFTH came he turned from the Lord
> influx of the nation's space pro- THE FIFTH CIR- FLORIDA. -
JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF
JUDICIAL who him his
week's loved unto pos-
Last issue mailedus
was
gram into the Florida mid-east by publisher L. A. Hubbardand CUIT IN AND FOR CITRUS CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA sessions. The man who is mind- Taking Orders for Citrus I Perswim

and coast area. With this program the front featured an COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 1560' ed to be rich falls into tempta-
page
1 Useful many prime manufacturershave editorial "February 28th Last IN CHANCERY. Case No.: 1561 PIONEER FINANCE COMPANYa tion and a snare; the man who Budding Now
located their ad-
Small Electric Appliances plants in Issue". The editorial was an SUIT corporation Plaintiff.. tries to enslave the world will
jacent areas.N TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE vs. become enslaved by the world.
statement of what the
Glass ow comes the critical period open paper FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & MAXWELL S. HALL and Third you would gain some- Landscaping of Homes. Pick your Flowers and
stood for, how it had strived to
availability of highly skilled LOAN ASSOCIATION OF also known Shrubberies that do Not Freeze.
t Some AntiquesBed serve the community and how it LOUISE HALL, as thing that you cannot keep. "We
well educated technical was recognized nationally for BROOKSVILLE, a corporation ELLEN L. HALL, his wife brought nothing into this world
minds. Florida's university Plaintiffvs. Defendant.. Check with us for SPRAYS & PLANT FOOD needs.
Spreads and What Not its' stand against Communism.In for neither can we carry any-
"SPECIAL"Paint system to cope with this demand summarizing the failure of NOTICE OF SUIT thing out", declares the apostle Why go out of town and, pay more.

! $2.50 per gal must go into a "crash"program the paper publisher Hubbard MAE FLEMING ROY and THE STATE OF FLORIDATo --- Paul. There is an old Italian

I Radios and T.V. immediately. Present offered it for sale for $1 and ROY (whose first name is not : MAXWELL S. HALL, Re- saying to the effect that "man' ; Landscape Nursery
schools will be enlarged cur known husband and wife; Unknown.
other valuable considerations ) sedence LOUISE last robes are without pockets",.
} U.S. Hwy 41 1/2 Mi. No. riculums broadened and dras- hoping it could be made a true HAZEL HANNAH andHANNAH HALL also known as Ellen L. suggesting that we can take Sportsman Park Phone 7262776

of Floral CitY. 7-3p ticly revisejd", 'Then. ew universities community newspaper: ... ,(Whose Iff first-name 1S HALL, Residence Unknown.! nothing with us on our depart
,' at least four are There is an object lesson in not known) "husbandnd \wife; !"You are hereby notified that a Ure. As the story goes a rich -
critically required now. and LOUIS B: PIELOW and suit has been filed against you in man had died and the men or
i this, and other newspaper fail
This revised educational pro- MARGARET C. PIELOW, hus- the above entitled cause; and the streets were talking of his
___ ures. Like any other business,.a
nnn newspaper must be supported to band and wife. Defendants that you are hereby required to departure. One questioned the THANK YOUI

be profitable and without profitit NOTICE OF SUIT file your answer with the Clerkof others "How much did h
To: MAE FLEMING' CURTIS this Court and to serve a leave?" Another replied, "Bro
THANK YOU fails. Those investing in the I would like take this thank the
to to
Mae and her husband opportunity
Fleming Roy) thereof the
suffer financial ( copy upon plaintiffor ther he left it all"I It Is always -
newspaper if whose name is not whose citizens for their vote and support in the February
i any plaintiff's attorney so. In the hour of death,
1 am deeply grateful for the privilege of again servingyou losses in such failure.However 19 election.I .
and whose residence -
known present name and address is: ARTHUR the rich man (who trusts in his
as a member of the Inverness City Council.I their losses are very small
whereabouts and addressis T. BOONE and WILLIAM C. riches) becomes a pauper. He
compared with that the community will do best the confidence have
unknown; and to HAZEL HAN- GUTHRIE JR.. 102 Florida one his riches another. my to justify you
goes way
shall continue to give dedicated public service state and nation suffers shown in Council-
if electing me to serve as your City
NAH and her husband
any Title Building Jacksonville Paul said for the rich to be
sincerely after careful consideration of all sides of when another voice in our
man.
whose name is not known whose Florida not later than March 25, rich in good works--laying up it
the sincere thanks. shrinking "Freedom of the
question. My R. N. "Bob" Smith
",
Press" is permanently stilled. last known address is Rt. 219. A.D. 1963. store for themselves a good

******* Boston New York, and who is a If you fail to do so, decree foundation against the time tc
Kathleen G. BalaschPaid WHAT TIME IS IT-If you resident oft he State of New pro confesso will be entered come. Let us not trust in riches (Paid Political Advertisement)

I II want to know what time it isdon.t York. against you for the relief demanded but in the living God who give ti:

I Political Advertisement) take the Citrus County Each and everyone of you are in the complaint.The us every thing good to enjoy.
( Court House clock as gospel. hereby notified that tbt FIRSTFEDERALSAV nature of said suit being n__
G AND LOAN for the foreclosure of mortgage
The venerable timepiece, high
I ASSOCIATION OF BROOKS- encumbering the following des-
atop the seat of government blew
r VILLE. Florida, a corporation cribed situated inCit-
property
its' "tick" a few days ago at
10 has filed suit aginst you and rus County Florida:
minutes past eight. Repairs .
we are advised, will be forth- other Defendants in the Circuit Lots #7 to 14 both inclusivein I

coming in due order. Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir- Block #62, Unit #2, on Mapof
cuit in auu for Citrus County, Inverness Highlands Subdivision -

.I State of Florida in Chancery Citrus County, Florida
.II I HomosassaSprings Case No.: 1561. according to the map or plat 2 I.r
The purpose of said suit is to thereof recorded in the office of

foreclose a Mortgage onthefol the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof

1 pr ') LJ lowing described real estate: Citrus County Florida. .
1 NONA RUNION Commencing at the quarter WITNESS my hand and the '
Q corner of the West boundary of seal of said Court at Inverness II .

J F-- Mrs. Fanny Wood and sister Section 10, Township 17 South Florida this 13 day of February -

Mrs. W.H. Williams of Cresc- Range 17 East; thence North A.D. 1963.

ent City are visiting Mrs. 0 50 East 1154.44 feet along FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS, Clerkof .

Wood's daughter Mrs. James the West boundary of saidSect- the Circuit Court II .

Harmon for a few days. ion 10; thence North 89 56' By Virginia S.Williams,DeputY When it's matter offorms..put
Mrs. Clare Luke and Mr. East 21 feet to the point of beginning Clerk. a

and Mrs. Harold Luke were ; thence South 0 50 Publish Feb. 21, 28, March 7,
I in Kissimmee on Sunday.mr. West 53 feet; thence North 72 14, 1963. it to MS !
up
nd Mrs. Claud Par- 01' 49" East. 172.93 feet. more I .
sons of Fountain Inn S.C. and or less to the waters edge of a KILL SPANISH
their son and family Mr. and canal; thence meandering in a
When it comes to your invoices, order
Mrs. Bill Tarsons are visit- Northwesterly direction along

} ON A SAVINGS ACCOUNT FOR TWO ing in the area. the waters edge of said canal 33'to MOSSFlorida I forms, shipping labels, etc., come to tHe .
Jimmy Harrison of Birmingham a point which is North 77

i 'OUR JOINT SURVIVORSHIP savings account is ideal O. returned home Thurs- 47" East 162.51 feet more or Pest ControlPhone We'll design forms to fit your business like

I for husband-and-wife saving . or for any two or day.Mr. less from the point of> beginning 29-3617
and Mrs. Jerry Eaton ; thence South 7f 33' 47"West a glove print them to perfectionl I
1 three persona with the same savings goals. Each
,. of Hollywood Fla. and Mr. and 162.51 feet more or lessto I .
owner may add or withdraw. In event of one's Mrs. Earl Wilson of Akron. O. the point of beginning; all be- 1

death, account becomes the property of surviving are spending some time in the ing in Section 10. Township 17 Tonight"and

owners.Open your joint account here soon.Our high area.'Sportsmen's.. South, Range 17 East Citrus night
County State of Florida. every
I safety and earnings help you reach those common The style of said case is as except Tuesday" .

ii goals,. easily, quickly! appears above. Each of you are 6PM12PM-
hereby notified that you are required -

to file your Answer or Marion Mercer
Phone 796-4931 other responsive pleading dir-
ParkBY ected to the Plaintiff's Complaint back at the organ ft-r

with the Clerk of the a year's engagement:
,I, .
e- FLORENCE LEONARD above styled Court at the Cit- Dance to his bard For a letterhead From simple cwrf

.., CURS> 19TVI rus County Courthouse, Inverness Saturday night:

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jungk Florida within thirty(30)) worthy of you . TO ItIt cut lets. .
DXTrDEHD left last week for a trip to days from the date of the first Also

Ill. publication of this Notice and
COMPOUNDED 72 Weekend guests of Mr. and you are required to furnish the FERNAND LACOSTE We assure precision printing Bring yew printing Reeds

CEMI-ANNUALLY ao Mrs. Joe Schoen were Mr. and Plaintiff's Attorney JOHNSONS. is our fabulous neW for the letterhead of to us . for quettty we*k-
i ro- Mrs. Paul Barth and Mr. and SAVARY, whose address appears head Chef. You'll enjoy ;

rw o = Mrs. Oral 'Garrison of Alexandria below, with a copy of "Adventures in! your choice . and we'll manship, dependable

Va.Staying. said pleadings at the time the
Good Eating"
service modest cot, pfvs
,
help create
gladly a
you
and filed with said Clerk.
in town, visitingthe original is Lunch from $125
Schoens are Mr. and Mrs. FRANCIS WILLIAMS Clerk of Dinner from $1.85 fre J., new design. creative p4asminycit:44 .
John Verhoeren and Mr. and the Circuit Court of Citrus
Mrs.Herb Propst both of Arlington County, Florida.By Drinks at the Rogues

Va. They have been : Eula Mae Murphy Roost for Island ct ck- : couzbi

enjoying the different golf Deputy Clerk tail lounge fru.n 751 Ph. 726-1441 1

courses around the area. JOHNSON S. SAVARY
Mr. Kenneth Jenks from Bank of Inverness Building Plush .Port CIIRONWtE
irv +rte Qa aNot roet ar.' visited Mr. Inverness. Florida.
Cleveland, ,Ohio ParadiseCrystal Box 65 Inverness
: I11 RgB1t'illlklOE' and Mrs. Harold Jennings last Attorney for Plaintiff.
Tuesday. Monday the Jennings Publish Feb. 21. 28 March 7, River SIBVINO. Alt CITIUS COUNTT r

visited friends in Clearwater. 14, 1963.


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I Goodwill Boxes Appear In Area For Handicapped Fun While It Lasted : v : . . s '

,I - }*\ hoThiuksf.fThink
Colorful yellow-and-blue that perform the miracle of repaired or renovated by non-
"boxes that perform miracles"are giving jobs to handicapped or profit Goodweill's 280 handi- Wahoo Bobcat' Finally Shot I INSURANCE
appearing in this aged persons. capped employees. The repaired -
area. - -- - mmr mm mm mmr mm
I The are Goodwill Industries Repairable articles depositedby articles are sold Goodwill -Actin roles in "The WahoO principal actors are alligatorsfrom duction ofJOHN (
Ferrucci,
collection or deposit boxes the public in these boxes are come stores the and wages from for store the handi-sales Bobcat from the novel by ( Nature's Giant Fishbowl), assistant manager Ron Dexter Jack and ani- ]f)
include herd of
Joseph Lippincot that a wild hogs a water mal trainerGarry Kenwood took ROSCOWOn
capped.
Previously the Goodwill truck portrayed by a professional act- mocassin and some hunting off for some relaxing weeks in .
+r or from St. Petersburg (who dogs. the Caribbean.
months circulated receiving this area usable every three ids- plays the old swamper); his Since June, Hank Schloss :' the Square" Phone 726-2210
from
standin Inverness Joe Productions of Los Angeles has
cards from the
public. Aikens; Bill Dunnigan, memberof been
the
i-f1- filming hour-long movie -
The boxes take the place of
the Leesburg Little Theatre --'
the truck visits and make it ..rL. "The VYahoo Bobcat",
: and Lloyd Shelton local
group which the company hopes will
easier for homeowners to deposit -
S Pure Oil distributor who has a be televised Walt
%, b 1l' their on Disney's'"Wonderful
gifts to Goodwill
instead of waiting for the truck small role as a hunter (Shel- World of Color" YOU ARE CORDIALLY: INVITED TO ATTEND
.
ton's hounds used
are
calls. A Goodwill truck will concerned) about series about a year from now. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
"We were Several other movies producedby
visit each box at regular intervals -
wildcats would
how the behave
Schloss have
emptying the contents around the alligator and wild w this series. appeared on SUNDAY LESSON-SERMON SUBJECT
which are transported to the "
hogs said Ferrucci the young
Ferrucci the
+ 11t Goodwill spearheaded
production plant in Christ Jesus
production manager. "Since we
trek
company's to Florida
St. for
Petersburg processingby
had to take shots of them together -
handicapped workers. Citrus County which has been coming down early last yearto
Goodwill asks that newspapersand we decided to test them the setting for a colorful tele- pick out the right spot for CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
out first. We didn't know whatto for the filming. Of all the
be in the vision movie special the placeshe
magazines not put
expect when one of the cats Comer Osceola at St. Inverness, Florida
boxes as they constitute a fire past eight months said adieu to checked in a survey of Louisiana Emory
hazard when stored around strolled over to the alligatorand six "movie makers" this week. Georgia and Florida Cit- SUNDAY SERVICE lit* A.M.
t 1, handicapped people. rapped him on the snout..or They packed up their belongings rus County offeredwhatSchloss SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:31 A.M.
The Goodwill boxes in this crouched in the grass and including wildcats, wild Productions was looking for. TESTIMONIAL MEETING 7a3l'.M.
pounced upon the hog drivinghim alligators water mocas- It fitted their desires scenic-
hogs
area are located at: Crystal 2nd and 4th Wednesdays
off the
setting. But every- and for far wise. The film was to have been
River I.G.A. Foodliner Hwy thing worked out okay." sins etc. departed shot in a swamp but it couldn'tbe READING ROOM OPEN TO PU8LK: fll. 2-4,

Standard 19 south: Homosassa Springs The movie makers thoroughly away Director places.Hank Schloss cameraman in a flooded area. They had also before and after the Wednesday .tftll-.
Service
19, center of town;Station FloralCityPost Hwy- home"enjoyed their "home away from Frank Zuniga and animal to select a section which ap- Location. .Sunday School room.'
Office parking lot; Inglis- on Citrus County. All handler Randy Gray returned peared swampy but which real- "THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU"
of them but Schloss took
decorato service Bernie's Pure Service Station residence in Espedeco just up to Calif rnia while pro- ly wasn't.Edgar WFLA-Radio 970 Suacky-8:15 A.M.
!
Jet Hwy 19 & 40; YankeetownPost south of Inverness. Because of WDBO-Radio 580 Sua 7 Office parking lot; InVerness the unusual inclement weather, L. BenjaminRoy '. Y
watch for new box. they were out of work for many S. Cole

&rt days. But they put this time to tlosw Lanie Lee Wiley MEDICAL OX YGEN UNIT
Anna L. Kollman
Card WinnersA good use by helping friends fire
Party
David Rodman
up their recent orange freeze.groves"We appre-duringthe Clara G. Winstead If you have a CARDIAC or ASTHMATIC

I ciate the wonderful cooperationwe ADMISSIONSWING Savannah L. Wilhite condition Dun't Delay! Every
Seville
George A.
**sEagli card party sponsored by got from people in Citrus ILawrence
the Our Lady of Fatima Catho- County," said Ferrucci. "We Haight Inverness WING Office Home Factory Sketild Have One
lic Woman's Club and held in have travelled around a lot,and Anna L. Kollman, Hernando Sam McCray
the Florida Power it's find BIRTHS WING I
Lounge Feb. seldom we such friendly Earl Hardin,
P. Inverness
19 had the following committee people." To Mr. & Mrs. Duane Lorenz
Emma L. Jenrette, Floral City
Inverness a boy on 2-20-63
in attendanceMrs. The last filmed and
1 1 Jeanette picture
Pearline Weaver Homosassa AN IMMEDIATE COMPLETE WITH
Glenn, Mrs. Mae shown the Walt To Mr. & Mrs. Robert Dollar.
Henley Mrs. on Disney program Charles
Inverness SUPPLY CARRYING
Savary Y OF CASE
Inverness a girl on 22563.
Marie Mann Mrs. Margaret this last fall was "Sil- '
S George A. Holden, Inverness OXYGEN FOR:
WING II
O'Keefe and Genevieve Zim- Fox", in central .
ver produced
CAN REFILLEd
Mary L. Fussell Busynell To BE
DennieMaeChisom.Dunnellon -
merman. Mrs. Henley took the California. Ferrucci before '
Lanie Inverness 'Heart ANYWHERE
Wiley Attacks
a girl on 2-25-63.
place of Mrs. Catherine Peters association with Schloss worked -
J.S. Hackney Inverness Asthma Attacks
II who was ill. on "Hurricane Hannah" out Guy Trombley Hernando (Infant Suffocation ._ D' SIZE
There were sixty guests pre- of Miami. This production, all Glenn Eberhardt Brooksville \igraine Headaches i' CYL IN DB RAsphyxiation.r
sent and awards were won by about chasing hurricanes in the ATTENTIONBUDGET :' p
Y William Bertine,
OCAtA BUSINESS DIRECTOR G. Dunnellon ; /
I the following ladies: Mrs. Caribbean in 1961, was also Claude J. Mallard Inverness MINDED FOLKS Emphysema Be prepared it is
Maryetta Christianson, Mrs. featured "on "Wonderful Worldof Emmett Lett Inverness FOR CLEAN tasty snacks riving Exhaustion better to havefrowning
Frank Corrigan Mrs. Olle Color. WING IIQuence lunches and dinners. Priced Oxygen and not
Christensen, Florence !Draper The primary "shooting" site Terrell, Dunnellon right. Try the HICKORY -aintlng' need it than to need
Magdalena Fuderer Winifred was along the Withlacoochee DISCHARGES KING RESTAURANT. atigue Oxygen and not have
Furniture s. & s. Supply inc. Hart Joe Johnston F. Kelly ver, around River Lakes Manor WING IJonanthan = o\l'lllike, it Stroke it. i
Marie Mann John Mauro Mrs. (north of Hernando off Rt. 200). H. Rabb Barbecue& Sea Food [Sinus
Mortland Albert Rosier Wil- "The Wahoo Bobcat" concerns Mary E. Farrar Specials oma EMU' SAFE

I Company; Your Headquarters In liam Strubel Madrid Smith primarily a wildcat nam- Phillip H. Kloepfer lAnd Many OthersPORTABLE MEC It AND
1 j 2nd and Magnolia Oats For the Finest Lillian Walthauser.Waters -and Erich Von ed "Tiger1 who after age Charles T. Daily .Hickory KingRestaurant OX' EN HARMLESSdependable
creeps upon him returns to his Bessie Lee Folsom
OCALA, FLORIDA Lumber and Building
old haunts in the swamp. Therehe Charleston J.D. Booth WT. OF UNIT --
For Your Home MatedaliFurdsbin is befriended by an old Delia Riggs .12 POUNDS .easy to tee
I a "swamp rat" who recognized it Howard G. McMeekin Hwy. 19' Crystal River Fla. --inexpensive.Send .
Vt Carry A Complete Lint ;PUT Prices Are Extra Low to be an old cat. Tiger is un- Pearline E. Weaver
I in 207 West Lincoln Street usally large and soon has a reputation -
BABY FURNITURE OCALA, FLORIDA [ Custom not due him. A numberof

CASH OR EASY TERMS ]Phpne. MAC--5609 chickens are swiped from . .,
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nearby farms and farmers spota
Picture bobcat which they believe to Inverness Roofing
be Tiger. The old swamper after -
Hercules Chain Roofing feeding Tiger and making

I jomplece Roofing Service FramesAt friends with the aged animal No Job Too Large Or Too Small -- --
Fence DistributerFactory t ReRoo&ng and Repairing coaxes the cat into his boat and
takes him out to an island in the
Trained Installation Residential or Commercial : swamp where he will be safe No Down Payment 5% Bank Financing for PricesDistributed and Pamphlet. en the use

from hunters and can live out
FREE ESTIMATES Built-Up Aaohalt ZELLER O'NEALInverness his remaining days in safety. Up To 5 Years To Pay. By and safety ef OXYIIIWelch

F.H.A. Financing Asbestos day Tile Actually, the star of the showis
No Down Payment Specialists In All Types Of Roofing
a big handsome bobcat from
"We help 6 Months Do-It-Yourselfers"to pay Ma r 10 n Heat-InD Oregon called "Rufus". Thereare Cabinet Co.
a number of different cats in .
607 Magnolia Ocala AND ROOFING'C0.,OCALA the movie (including several, Phone 726-1591 Phone 726-1911 ktwmcss
Phone 629-5441 Phone MArion 2-4072 baby wildcats). Also featured as
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f Public Notice Public NoticeIN Pybtic Notice

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p 0TO
\ NOTICE OF PROPOSED LOCAL THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
A LAW TO BE PASSED BY THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NOTICE BY PUBLICATION

Ul( t0 SE1 in REHT HEIP WARTED LASiI1.OUND THE REGULAR SESSION OF OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA NOTICE K HEREBY GIVEN
that the
THE FLORIDA LEGISLATUREAT IN AND FOR CITRUS undersigned desiring to
ITS 1963 SESSION COUNTY IN CHANCERY.Case engage in business under the
Notice is hereby given that the No. 1536HUMES. fictitious name of GRAHAM'S
f .. . .
ucd -- ---- MOTEL at Inverness int nds to
ersigned:: : : will apply to the regular MID-STATE; ; ,- INC., a e
MiscellaneousFOR Miscellaneous "Real] Estate Public NoticeIN Public Notice session of the Florida Florida corporation. Plaintiff register the said name with the
Legislature convening in regu- vs clerk of the circuit court of

SA L Refrigerators.. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF lar session in April 1963 to CLIFFORD WECHTER and Citrus County, Florida.

$20.00 up electric stoves FOR SALEjeep., four wheel and For Sale THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR- THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT pass a local billauthorizingandempowering LOIS WECHTER his wife et al Dated at Invert**, Florida
drive new clutch battery IN AND FOR CITRUS this day of Feb. 5. A.D. 1963.
$10.00 up gas stoves washers CUIT IN AND FOR CITRUS CORA LEE Defendants.NOTICE .
$295.00. H. ROURKE Lake COUNTY FLORIDA.
all good. Household furn. top. Lovely 2-Bedroom home, COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN BREEDEN. as Administratrixof OF SUIT Jack M. Thomas
Rt. 1, Box 14C,Floral CHANCERY
Bradley, 1557
BROWN'S BARGAIN BARN' 9-3p Completed December, 1961. CHANCERY. #1554 NO. the Estate of CHARLOTTE B. THE STATE OF FLORIDATO Jean P. Thomas

Hwy 41 S. Inverness. 9-lc City. On the water masonry con- FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & SUIT FOR DIVORCE HUTTON, deceased to first pay'all : Garland B. Potterfield. Owners
FOR SALE French Poodle. struction, ceiling heat com- LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HERBERT D.RALEY Plaintiff outstanding bills due and whose business address is Date of first publication Feb

,FOR SALE-Fresh onion black miniature six weeks old. pletely furnished. BROOKSVILLE, a corporation v. owing by the deceased at the Lobby Floor Union Building, 7. 1963.
PVmts, multiplying and Sweet $65.00. Ph. 795-2285. 91cReal Only $10,500J. Plaintiffvs. SHIRLEY RALEY. Defendant. time of her death including Charlestown, W. Va. .Pub. Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963.

:Bermuda 1/2ft.ea.,also bedding T. O'NEAL REALTOR, NOTICE TO DEFENDIN funeral expenses and other YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIREDto
Slants. LANDSCAPE NURSERY OR SEE THE REALTOR OF WILLIAM STEIGER and ADE- THE NAME OF THE STATEOF debts owed and the cost of administration file your answer or written NOTICE BY PUBLICATION

;,,1 mi. E. on State Hwy 44, EstateLAKE YOUR CHOICE. LINE STEIGER. husband and FLORIDA: and after the pay- defenses if any in the above NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

Ph. 726-1381. 6-tfc- wife; and JOHN MANFRIN and TO SHIRLEY RALEY WHOSE ments of same, if there is any proceeding with the Clerk of that the undersigned desiringto

T---. TSALA APOPKA water- FOR SALE--Two bdrm home EDNA MANFRIN, husband and LAST KNOWN ADDRESS AND balance left in said estate that this Court and to serve a copy engage in business under

J & K USED WASHERS front new two bdrm. home all Jal. porch garage modern. wife. Defendants. PLACE OF RESIDENCE WAS the same shall be paid as follows thereof upon the Plaintiff's attorney the ficitkuis name of Forks

Kenmore & RCA Whirlpool our masonry, lots of cupboard Lot 100 ft x 150 ft. at Sports. NOTICE OF SUIT P.O. BOX 558. PICO RIVERA, : whose name and address Restaurant at Hernando. Fla.

specialty. Reasonable rates 3 space, patio and patio door, men's Park., To: JOHN.MANFRIN and EDNA CALIFORNIA AND WHOSE A. $500.00 to the Oak Ridge appears heroes, on or before intends to register the said
month Guarantee on all over- 8 x 16 service and storage Contact JOHN OSSENFORT MANFRIN his wife whose ADDRESS IS NOW UNKNOWN: Cemetery of Inverness Florida the 25 day of March, 1963. name with the clerk of the cir-

hauls and repairs. Ph. 726- bldg. Landscaped A pac h e 726-1371. 3-tfc. whereabouts are unknown but You are hereby notified that a for the use and upkeep of The nature of this proceeding cuit court of Citrus County

2622 Inverness. Fla. (North Shores 2 ml N of Hernando on IN CRYSTAL RIVER=- Mobile whose last known address was suit for divorce has been filed said cemetery being a suit for foreclosureon Florida.

bf town) 6-tic; Flying Arrow Dr. off State Rt. homesites on U.S. 19 S., 70 X Marion County. Florida. against you in the Circuit Court andb. a mortgage on the following Dated at Inverness Florida,

200. $6950. Terms. H.CALLA- 75, all with central water. $25 Each of you are hereby notified of Citrus County, Florida in The balance to be paid to described real property lying this day of 20tfe Feb.. A.D.

CLIENT has $1000 to $1500 to HAN1 Ph. 726-2988. 8-tfc. down and $10 mo. Contact that the FIRST FEDERAL chancery by the plaintiff, Herbert the Citrus County Hospital and being in Citrus County, 1963.

;jloan on improved real estate fonttwo WILL TRADE large lotonTurner ,FLORA VEAL, owner at 795- SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA- D. Raley, who alleged that Board a non-profit corpora- Florida to-wit: Wayne K. White
his wife. here-
to three years. M.C. SCO- Camp road, two miles from ;1282201795-1"10. 47-tfe TION OF BROOKSVILLE, Flo- you are You are tion, operating a hospital under Lot #28 Block D, Potter- Owner
FIELD, Inverness Fla. 5-tfc river for late model car. Ph. rida, a corporation, has filed by required to serve upon M.C. the name of Citrus Memorial field's Mayfair Gulf Stream Acres Date of first publication Feb.
726-2705. 9-2p FOR SALE--Large shaded lots suit against you and other De- Scofield the plaintiff's attor- Hospital. Crystal River 28, 1963.Publisy .
100 ft x 150 ft. Priced from fendants in the Circuit Court of ney, whose address is 209-210 The same being an act author- DONE and ORDERED at Inverness Feb. 28, March 7, 14.
7v1EN AND $850 to $1200. $25.00 down as and Masonic Building Inverness, and the said 21 1963.
WOMEN NEEDED FOR SALE--Two bdrm. furn. the Fifth Judicial Circuit in izing empowering Citrus County Florida ,
4 WORK IN CIVIL SERVICE house. 1/2 block from Bank. low as $10.00 per month. Con- ,for Citrus County, State of Florida Florida a copy of an written CORA LEE BREEDEN as Ad- this 15 day of February. 1963

No "experience necessary. Inquire 112 S. Pine St., Inverness tact JOHN OSSENFORT 726- in Chancery Case No: defense that you may choose to ministratrix of the Estate of FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS
a ,grammer school education Fla. 9-3p 1371. Sportsmen's Park. 3-tfc, 1554. file directed to the complaintfiled CHARLOTTE B. HUTTON de- CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy FOR SALE

;usually sufficient. Train now The purpose of said suit is to in this cause, on.or before ,ceased by and with the approval Virginia S. Williams

;at home for jobs with Security.For FOR SALE--Two bdrm. C.B. two New ceramic nine room tile masonry baths,two home fire- foreclose a Mortgage on the following the 13 day of March 1963. and. of the Probate Judge of Citrus Harry M. Hobbs 1 Small house and 9 acres
to file the original of said de-
details send name address home reasonable. ACME places. Wall to wall carpeting in described real estate: fense with the County, Florida, all debts including Attorney for Plaintiff of land on Hwy t91,$5.500.00Terms.
phone no. toNATIONAL Hernando Lots 7, 8 and 9 of Block 292 undersignedClerk funeral expenses and 211 Jackson Street Deep well.
30
TRAINING SERVICE, BOX 65E, HARDWARE Fla.73c living cleared.and dining room 12 on mi. in Unit No. 8 ofthe Town at of the Circuit Court of last illness cost of administration Tampa, Florida
$28,000
Inverness&..FI,. 3-lOg acres of sold Homosassa Florida, accordingto Citrus County, Florida. Failureto all to be approved by the Publish Feb. 21, 28, March 7,
S.E. Inverness. Being by
FOR SALE--260 ft. frontage on Ph. 796-4875. 8-tfc. the map or plat thereof recorded do so will result in a decree Probate Judge of Citrus County, 14. 1963. 2. 40 Acres cleared land ap-
SNAPSHOT ''DEVELOPING at Homosassa road next to Julian owner. in Plat Book 1, Page 49, pro confesso being entered a- Florida and then $500.00 of any px. 1/2 mile frqMftfeonHwy
ZELLER MUSEUM and studios Locklear home. Price $1600. Public Records of Citrus County gainst you.WITNESS. balance left over to the Oak 491. 1050000.
camera shop. Fas courteous FOR SALE-Desirable corner my hand and the
Terms. See M.C. SCOFIELD, Florida. Ridge Cemetery of Inverness
quality service by experts. owner. Masonic Temple Building lot 60 x 120,city improvements.Price The style of said case is as official seal of this Court, at Florida for its maintenance and 3. 160 Acre 'cleered land
U.s. 41 N. Inverness. 52-tfc $1295. Call owner 726-, Inverness Florida, on this 12 'E.D. Neill
Inverness, Fla. 9-lc 1324. 7-3c appears above. Each of you are upkeep and any balance after the Just off Hwy 41.in northern
hereby notified that you,are required day of February 1963. $500.00, is paid shall be paid to part of Heraeadb County

Fiberglass & MaterialsSee WILL TRADE equity in t h r e e to file your Answer or FRANCIS W.WILLIAMS.of Clerk. the Citrus County Hospital General Contractor $250.00 per acre.
Circuit
bdrm., two bath home,excellent FORSALE OR RENT other responsive pleading Court Citrus County, Board, a non-profit corporationof
.
State of
location St. Petersburg con- 2 Bedroom Bungalowor directed to the Plaintiff's m- Florida.By Inverness Florida who owns & Builder 4. Beautiful lake front lot in
/ Williams
venient to schools, shoppi n g plaint, with the Clerk of the sVirginia S. and operates a hospital under HICKORY HILL RETREATSRoute Floral City 385000.

ED WHIT ACRE center, bus at door,for three or Hunting Fib ing Lodge ,above styled Court at the Citrus M.C. Deputy Clerk the name of Citrus Memorial #1 Highway 44 Terms.

Route 44Withlacoochee four bdrm. home in Invern e s s. Only $290 Down County Courthouse, Inverness, 209-210 SCOFIELD Hospital 3 miles East of Inverness
River Write Chronicle, Box 65 C. In- $69 Monthly Florida, within thirty (30)) days Masonic Florida.Building. This notice being given and will Phone 726-2755 5. Garage building on large
HICKORY HILLS from the date of the first publication Inverness be published in the Citrus lot
Phone 748-6593 verness. for Plaintiff. Free plans service in Floral City on Hwy 41,
S RETREATImmediate of this Notice and you are Attorney County Chronicle a newspaperof available 950000. Terms. 7Tit -3c
Financing
bdrm. Publish February 14, 21, 28 and
FOR SALE--Three two Possession!! required to furnish the Plaint- general circulation publishedat
Lots for Sale
d FOR SALE--15 ft.plywood boat bath, tile roof carport and No QualifyingWrite iff's Attorney, JOHNSON S. March 7, 1963. ___ Inverness Florida for a per- For a Square Deal Dawson
25 H.P. motor remote control utility. Lot 100 ft x 150 ft. iod of 30 before
or Phone Owner SAVARY, whose address appears INTHECOURT OF THECOUNTYJUDGECITRUS days intro- Try ERNIE NEILL
16 ft. Fiber-
tilt trailer $345. $500 down Sportsmen's Park Tampa 251-1354 below, with a copy of duction into either branch of the Realty

glass boat windshield 30 H.P. see JOHN OSSENFORT, 726- Allen, 2305 Thixton Ct., said pleadings, at the time the COUNTY FLORIDA. Florida Legislature all in com-
I motor, remote control,electric, 1371. 3-tfc Tampa 9, Florida original is filed with said Clerk. IN PROBATE. pliance with Article 3, Section U.S. Hwy 98 No.
start, trailer $485. Boat trailer' 7-3c FRANCIS WILLIAMS Clerk of IN 21 of the Constitution of the State $TATI.NSU.ANCI, orlCFS 8rg ksv lle, Fla
RE ESTATE OF
:
JOSEPHINE
like Four burner FOR SALE OR I
$85. LEASE--Apt.
new, of LargestAuto
Florida
the Circuit Court of Citrus KIMBALL FOX Deceased. or any provision of __
$65. Baby house furniture. Good condition
electric good ,
range law
County, Florida.By TO ALL CREDITORS AND requiring the giving of notice Insurance Co.
bed good condition $20. Fruit < ,, good location. $6,795. for
the
: Eula Mae Murphy passage of a specialor StanMxtson
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR &
for shipping.THEFRUITSHOP.Homosassa Terms. 310 W. Dampier. Call local bill. Hospital
For Rout Deputy Clerk State Fna
Ph. 795- Brooksville 796-4616 or write DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES- Agent
Springs
S. SAVARY The payments to be made onlyon
7-3c 3 522. JOHNSON TATE: State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co.
;3258. A.D. HIGHT Rt., Box 7-3p
FOR RENT- New two bdrm. Bank of Inverness Building You and each of you are order entered'by the Countyand Phone Crystal River 795-2541 Medical InsuranceMaximum

'FOR SALE--57 Ford..Fairlane, WHY PAY RENT masonry unfurn. good:;fishing, Inverness Florida. hereby notified and required to Probate Judge after deter-
500 Victoria hardtop. Power Furn. four rooms and bath lake privileges. H.-ROURKE; AftorneyforPlaintiff: ( present in duplicate any claims mining that the said CHARLOTTE1 -

steering, automatic drive, $3,900. Two bdrm. home furn. Lake Bradley, Rt. 1, Box 14C, Publish Feb. 21, 28, March 7, and demands which you, or B. HUTTpN, deceased Benefits
Thunderbird motor,mileage 33, 6950. Look them over Floral City. 9-3p 14. 1963. either of you may have againstthe left no living person who would Low Cat

800. $750 cash. Very good con- BEULAH OGDEN, Real Estate !estate of JOSEPHINE KIMBALL inherit said money orproperty. WEST COAST CONCRETE & ReIN! all1e

dition inside and out. Private Broker Floral City, Fla. FOR RENT--23 ft. House IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FOX, deceased late of Dated at Inverness Florida PAVING INC.,, BROOKSVILLEPhone ,
4 owner, 508 W. Lakeshore Dr. Ph. 726-1086. 9-2c Trailer $32.00 a month, at, THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR- said County, to the County Judge this the 16th day of February Week Wachee 5962011or
Inverness, fta. 7-3p Lakeside Park. SeeScyHibbard' CUIT OF THE STATE OF FLO- of Citrus County, Florida at 1963. 596-2044 see
WILL TRADE St. Petersburg at Chronicle. 6-tfp> RIDA, IN AND FOR CITRUS his office in the court house of. D.D. PARKS AdministratorCitrus
FOR SALE--Like new, 15 cubic modern two bdrm.home for free IN CHANCERY.Case Memorial Hospital. Bid KeatiHC
S COUNTY. said County at Inverness. Florida Cement blocks for ail types of
decoratedapt
ft. chest type ColdSpotfreezer. and clear waterfront home or FOR RENT--Newly No. 1549 within six calendar months Publish Feb. 21, 28, March 7, construction radio control tran-

Ph. Dunnellon 489-2104. 7-3c hwy. business property. Write bdrm, living room, kitch- MID-STATE HOMES INC., a. from the time of the first pub- 14, 21,1963. sit miX.Complete. atCitizens
Box 192, Pinellas Park Fla. enette. Sufficient for three Florida corporation Plaintiff lication of this notice. Each

Anteak clocks.Household goodsof 9-lp adults only. TV hook up.jOHNSON'S vs claim or demand shall be in IN COURT OF COUNTY JUDGE line of Masonry Lean Co.
41
_
all kinds. STUFF FER SALE TRAILER PARK. U.s. WALTER M. JOWERS et al writing and shall state the placeof CITRUS COUNTY FLORIDA.IN materialsAll
Heranando, Fla. WILL TRADE St. Petersburg S., Inverness. Ph. 726-2482. Defendants.NOTICE residence and post office ad- RE: Estate of Roy D. Allen,
with 2 1/2 acres or less, 7-tfc Court House
duplex .
OF SUIT Deceased. Severe
dress of the claimant, and shall kinds of paving jobs..largeor
for free and clear Withlacoochee FOR RENT-Nice:: Trailer lots, STATE OF FLORIDATO be sworn to by the claimant,.... NOTICE OF FILING PETITION small. 7-tfc Inverness Fla
Your HOME FURNITURE river frontage. Write BOX month : Rita Ann Needham, form agent..attorney and any such; FOR FINAL
STORE is authorized FRlG1V 192, Pinellas Park, 9-lp lake privileges. $10 per I
Lakeside Park. See SCY erly Rita Ann Jowers, whose claim or demand not so filed DISCHARGE OF EXECUTRIX.
V DAIRE and MAYTAG appliance at residence is unknown.and shall be void. Notice is hereby given that I
dealer. We service what we FOR SALE--CB house no )IIBBARD at Chronicle. 38-tfp /MARCIA KIMBALL FOX have filed my final returns as

sell. 38-tfc taxes city water excellent Garland B. Potterfield, whose ANDERSONAs executrix of the estate of Roy

drainage, store next door,terr- Wanted business address is Lobby administrator of the Estateof D. Allen deceased; that I have No Money Down

(DUFFY'S EGG RANCH-FarnT azo floors. 1710 Howell Ave., Help Floor, Union Building,Charles- filed,my petition for distributionand

:Fresh eggs, medium :SOt doz. Brooksville, Fla. 9-4p town W. Va. As executor of the Last Will for final discharge and thaton

>large .55 doz., extra large ..60ldaz. WANTED AT ONCE Rawleigh YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIREDto and .Testament of JOSEPHINE March 21, 1963, I will applyto Brand New 2 B.R. Home

Hwy. 41 South Floral City FOR' SALE--Lecanto Subdivision Dealer in Invernes. Write file your answer or written KIMBALL FOX, deceased. the Honorable O. Frank Sco

Fla. 7-4c two bdrm. frame house, RAWLEIGH FAB-371-3Mem- defenses if any. in the above First publication Feb. 7, 1963. field County Judge of Citrus Move right inComplete
asbestos siding all modern on phis.'Tenn. 7-3p proceeding with the Clerk of JOHNSON S. SAVARY County Florida forapprovalofsaid
REEL & ROD service We. four lots. Hwy and street front- this Court and to serve a copy final returns and for an order -
: BERT'S Attorney for the Estate of tor living ceramic bath,carport screened
and REEL
trade Glenn's swap. 1st roadon age. Good water, $5500. A. T. OPPORTUNITY open for$97.50per thereof upon the Plaintiff's attorney Josephine KImball Fox, de of distribution and for final porch, well septic tank insulation, oil funuce.,
Camp. ,
SHOP, TOWNSEND, Lecanto, Fla.93pFOR week man. Age 25 to 59. whose name and address ceased. discharge as executrix of the garbage disposer utility room beautiful shaded lot

left. Rt. 44, S. Inverness.35-tfc Also have opening for semi-, appears hereon,on or before the ,Pub. Feb. 7, 14, 21. 28., 1963 will of Roy D. Allen deceased. 80 x 125. All utilities In. $8.950.00. $75.00 per mom
SALE--Lot 60 x 140.lot 13, retired man. (Would consider 25 day of March, 1963. Dated this 15th day of February +,total or $1350 down $55 per month.ZANMAR .
Buckskin erve.HARRY lady 40 to 60)) Route Sales. For The nature of this proceeding 1963.
TV SALES jUENGST Rt. 1, Box 205, Inverness personal interview in your community being a suit for foreclosure on NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTO /sMae A. Allen

Home Furniture Store. Phone Fla. 9-3p ,. write J.H. McGARITY. a mortgage on the following des WHOM,_ 'IT-__MAY_'-. CONCERN_I : ExecutrixCHAS VILLAGE Floral City
726-29J2. We the P.O. Box 627. Williston Fla. cribed real property lying and Notice is licicujr green ui intention B. FITZPATRICK

'for the'old set give when you most trade NEW HOME FORSALE .. 7-3c being In Citrus County, Florida, Session of to the apply Florida to the Legislature 1963- ATTORNEY for Executrix 1 Mile South on U.s. 41, 2 Blocks West OB S.R. 430.

,for a new TV. Good selectionof 2 Bedroom, Tile bath All White lady to help with general to-wit: for of an act. the Orange HotelInverness EDWARD L. JONES Owner Developer.
used TV's,$25 and up. Kohler cast iron fixtures housework and cook even- Lot 29. Block C. Gulf Stream passage Florida Phone 726-1443
substance relating to Citrus March
Publish Feb. 21 28 7
,
,
Acres, Crystal River Florida.
All electric custom built kit ing-meal at HAPPY HOMOSA- the Board
GRAVELY TRACTORS New, chen Electric ceiling heat. SSA INN. May live in. Ph.; DONE and ORDERED at Inverness of county County authorizing Commissioners to 14,:1963w
LargeUving room with slid- 795-2922. 8-2p Citrus County, Florida -
rebuilt repairs. franchise for the
parts require a ,
15 of
this day February. - -
ROGERS AUTOMOTIVE, ing glass doors opening out TUP-P.ERWARE HOME PARTIES operation of garbage collect-
Tavares. Ph. 343-3071. 43-tfc, to a spacious screen porch now has openings for dem- 1963. ions in unincorporated areas; Useibc Gionlde Vane Ads
overlooking lake. Oversize FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS "For Pleasant
onstrators. Ph. Dade City 583- prescribing the manner in which Living"WALTER'S
(2200 ft. under roof CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBY
garage. )
3933 write MABEL franchise be granted
FREE DUMPING DIRT ONLY 120 ft. or Virginia S. Williams may ; pro-
Landscape Nursery t waterfront, seawall RHOADES 3 Tree Lane Ridge Harry M. Hobbs viding an effective date. DUVAL ISLAND ADDITION

Sportsmen's Park Manor Fla.Give phone number. for Plaintiff Publish Feb. 21. 28, March 7, Waterfront
$3000.00 under replacementcost 9-3p Attorney 14, 1963.
-- Well financed. 211 Jackson Street You will see here the "Wonderful Difference
Don't drive by" -
Stop Buy TRAINEE Mobile Homesites .eachsncsdby
dishes. SALES opening outdoor Tampa, Florida Trees Make. Spacious homesites ar
Freezors, stoves, Turn left 1 mile from court work car necessary, Publish Feb 21, 28, March 7, OTICEOFLEG5LATION towering live oaks providing tfiedeetredpd-
STUFF FER SALE. Hernando, house off of 41-First road' salary to start good opportunity 14. 1963 TO WHOM FT MAY CONCERN: From $1,595.00 vacy and adding: to the beauty and comfort of your

Florida. south of 44. Continue to and for man ambitious and Will- Notice is hereby given of intention Direct to Golf Fresh and home. All homesites have access to Lake Ts ala.

FOR SALE--BOATS, one 16 around the lake to property. ing to work. For interview contact NOTICE TO CREDITORSI to apply to the 1963 Salt Tater FishingContact Apopka aDd outlet to tneWithlacoocbee Rlv e r,

ft.. $75. one 14 ft.. $25. 1955 OWNER AND DEVELOPERRAY GREEN'S FUEL GAS SER- will not be responsible for Session of the Florida Legis- : making a wonderful system of waterways for your

Mark 20 motor, $55. Inquire JOHNSON VICE. Ph. 795-3185. 8-tfc debts, past or future that have lature for passage of an act. added pleasure. Drive out today or send for bro-
JIM'S WATCH SHOP next toA&P Phone 726-2591 VACATION MONEY UNLIMITED been made in my name unless the substance relating to a- chure.
8-lc they were with my specific con- mending section 4 of chapter
Inverness! Fja. -Opportunity to earn $40 to Trotter's Realty
sent. CHARLES S.SEELY.Rural 26861. Laws of Florida. 1951.
before buy..See $50 weekly commission. Hours
you WALTER
Avon Cos- Route 1. Box 11. Inverness. fixing compensation of Judgeof J. DALE
FOR SALE--16 ft. Owens lldre optional. Servicing Homosassa Spring
t 94cIt Small Claims Court retro-
.
glass boat motor, trailer. 1961 ALIENS POINT metics customers. Write INEZ Fla. Telephone 795-2882
Model.C.R. SCOFIELD Lake- HEWITT P.O. Box 485. Cler- active to January 1. 1961. Duval Island Floral CIty, Fta.
Publish Feb. 28. 1963
side Trailer Park. Inverness. (Gospel Island-Inverness) mont, Fla. 9-lc pays to advertise.

8-3c WATERFRONT LOTS PIANO PLAYER; to playforthe' I I
Glory of Cod Sunday morning

LIVE BAITShiners 2750. & up.Jerms and evening, at the Church of, S -
God. Hwy. 41. South. Contact FISH-N-FUN HEARINGAIDSOily REAlTYEXCLUSIVE

80C Doz. Ask your Realtor to, show .E.D. NEILLs- 6-tfc. SNAPP
this fine On Lake Tsala Apopka 528.95.Up.
2 Doz Jl.SU Reg you property or Work Waited
SALES REPRESENTATIVES OF
contact Wm. Spanjerowner( )
2Doz S1JBO Large f Free-Trlal-TerRS
Dunnellon. Florida. HOMES LOTS
LAKE (B or
Minnows Hunter:9-2663 AUBREY NOBLES BULL- / HIGHLANDS
DOZER work, hourly work or INVERNESS
5 Doz. Sl.OO
> FOR SALE--Two bdrm. home contract. Free estimates work 'Visit our new '63 Display Homes in Lake Tsala Landscape NurseryTwo

See Direct BIg-Hearted trom Hatcnery.Bert large Fla. room and utility .guaranteed. Ph. 726-2372, in- Gardens Bel-Air -- Inverness Shores Point outlets SEE US FOR ALL PURCHASES,
verness. 8-6p O'Woods. All established lakefront communities.'
atGLEN'N'S room. 60 x 150 ft lot citrus 1 mile East on Hwy. 44 SALES OR TRANSFERS OF EQUITY
trees and shrubbery. If lookingfor WILL DO Ironing In my home.
CAMP1st a nice home come see this Fast and efficient. MRS. VAL ENTERPRISESHome and at Sportsmen'sPark PHONES: 736-1241 or 726-2471 !i1

one. Ph. 726-2688 or come to GEORGE ANDERSON, Lock- Builders & Community Developers MILE SOUTH ON U.S. HIGHWAY 41

Y3 Road on Left 405 Citrus Ave., Inverness. shire Park, Inverness. Ph.726- U.s. 41 (1 Mile South of Courthouse) Inverness
Rt. 44 S., Inverness 8-4p 2018. 9-3c


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'Mr. Barnes Goes What Is The CAP? [fBy TREE PRUNING?


To WashingtonMr. Maj. Mae WoodfordWe seri ice.

provide an organizationto Classes at Ocala are held on
Barnes-Henry Charles encourage and aid American Tuesday nights at the high See Us For
Barnes II. that is--was off to citizens in the contribution of school with anyone welcome to

mop QUP-- 1r Washington last Saturday. He is their efforts service and resources attend. Maj. Mae W. Woodfordof
to engage in some political con- in the development of Hernando is the executive officer -
ferences and to make the nomin- aviation and the maintenance of radio communicationsand f
.. Mono Chain Saws-- $89.50
ations of people of national and air supremacy and to encourage testing. She is a qualified up

state prominence who are to receive and develop examplethe first-aid instructor and has received
Seed PotatoesShipment Homelite Chain Saws _
contribution of -- $149.50
awards for"distinguishedand voluntary -her "observers wings"She up
meritorious service"at the Y I private citizens and adequate has many hours to her \
CofC annual facilities to assist in meetingthe credit flying
Homosassa Springs on many missionsin EVINRUDE Motors
Awards Dinner to be held in local and national emergen- the CAP. Her husband Lt. ,

Just InALLEN'S the Patio Restaurant. Weeki cies.CAP Herbert L. Woodford is the .'
Wachee Spring next October. an auxiliary of theU.s. supply officer for communica- ARCHER'S MARINE
Air Force was establishedas "We service what we sell
Barnes is president of the tions and is assistant training
HARDWARE Chamber.He a civilian auxiliary of the officer. They are known in CAP Hwy 41 No. Inverness, Florida

announced the President's Air Force on May 26, 1948 AS THE "Mr. and Mrs. Team. -
Dinner will be held the rest- by an act of Congress.The She is
1H Blks. North of Court House Inverness : at employed as a bookkeeperat
aurant-on the evening of Oct. 18, Civil Air Patrol cadet Citrus Memmrial Hospital"It

the buffet luncheon there on the training program provides each is a wonderful feeling to Fay Emerson Paints
19th a program of entertain- HAMPTON DUNN cadet with the following: 1. know that when a loved one is

ment at Weeke Wachee duringthe aerospace education to include lost perhaps in the woods oron

day and the Awards Dinneron the social political economical the lakes that through our help '
John the evening of the 19th. Safety ProgramSet cultural and vocational facets and others in the USAF working Your Choice Many.! _

: Mr. Barnes stated that 200 bf aerospace; 2. an intro- together we can search and

guests public officials and At Hernando duction to various aerospace find them." Beautiful Colors n
wives civic leaders and their subjects so as to develop a
,', will in the well-informed and air-minded
0 wives entire program.participate He cited the net official of the Peninsula citizenry 3. training in chara- Dunnellon Rites Held 1 Gal. $3.98 J
of will
Motor Club (AAA) Tampa and
; newspaper and TV coverage cter citizenship development -
which "will be extensive present a safety program at the 4. training which will
on an 2 Gal. $6.98
Hernando Elementary School at For Mrs. Wear
? scale and which is beneficialfor enable him to accept the res- Friday
9 March 4.
: a.m. on Monday
ponsibilities of cadet commis-
our area.
Law The speaker will be Hampton
x.: : sioned and noncommissionedofficers Funeral services were held
..".. relations director
When $2,102,037waswageredatHialeab Dunn public 5. training which will last Friday afternoon for Mrs.
fort he motor club and editorof i I IF .
on the nine-race pro- enable him to accept the res- Mallie L. Kelley Wear, 64-
gram of Jan. 26, it marked the its monthly publication the ponsibilities of CAP junior officers year-old Dunnellon resident $
LP. Gas & Dealer
Appliance Florida Explorer. Dunn is a native
earliest $2 million day in the 6. training to develop who passed away Feb. 16. The
history of th flamingo track. of Citrus County and was character instill discipline rites were conducted in' the ;Hardware :z # .

Serving Inverness graduated from Citrus High build patriotic pride and pre- Dunnellon Baptist Church by r
School
at Inverness. pare the cadet for leadership the pastor the Rev. T.D. Lide.
The safety program will} include -
id the aerospace age. Survivors include a daughter
Crystal River and Homosassa Area SPECIALISTS IN the showing of a few
Other activities of the CAP Mrs. C.W. Haven of Dunnellon;
ROOFING & CARPENTRYNo films including one on the for the Ocala
example: Cadet two sons Robert J. Kelley of
School Bus Patrol and severalin
Squadron is planning to enter Melbourne and William M.Kel-
Job too Small Call the "Otto the Auto" safety drill of
the state competition. The ley Anchorage Alaska; one
series. Numerous pupils at members will wear the uniformof sister Mrs. Blanche Quackerbush -
CALL US Hernando school are transported the Air Force as we are of Dunnellon; one brother Free 98C Dispenser
H. VarnesRoute school
bus and
by these an auxiliary to this branch of Martin Dixon of Dunnellon: and
will be instructed in safety 13
grandchildren. OF GlamoreceOvenCle.ner
1 measures for riding school buses Interment was in Rockwell Courthouse SquareINVERNESS with purchase 1 qt.
Hickory Hill Retreats as well as the organizationof Baker FuneralIn
BrooksvillePhone 796-2341 Cemetery Dunnellon wit Por- Glamorene Rug Shampoo.
Florida School Bus Patrol.
Inverness Safety
ter Funeral Home of Invernessin
Dunn was invited to presentthe IllinoisEmmette charge of arrangements.
program by Mrs. R.W. Roland -
a teacher in the school
A. Baker 77,a nativeof i

: A Handy Guide To official here.From goes here to the ocala motor wherehe club dent Greenville of Keating 111.Park, and in a Floral resi- Dr. Dooley, 70 '

will speak to the Ocala Rotary City for six years was buried Get Rid OfIRONRED
Was WW 1 VetDr.
Friday at Mulberry Grove Ill.
Club at noon on the club's
legislative program and to the He died Feb. 18 at Monroe Mem- .

Ocala Junior Chamber of Com- orial Hospital Ocala. Wallace Kent Dooley .
Mr. Baker a retired employeeof 70-year-old native of Bloomington \
merce that evening on Freeway !
Driving is Different." the Illinois Central Railroad Ill and a resident of
;/I/2 or"DISCOLORED
Th editor recently was a was a member of the Brother- Inverness for the past nine
hood Railroad Trainmen. He passed the
years on
special out-of-town guest at away
INSTITUTIONS and BUSINESSESOf the first anniversary dinner of was also a member of the morning of Feb. 20. Funeral WATER'w

the Road Rangers Safety Club at Centralia Ill. Masonic Lodge services were held last Satur- I
Crystal River.Brownie. and Order of the Eastern Star. day afternoon in the chapel of to our Water
CITRUS COUNTYSERVICE /$urvivors include his wife Porter Funeral Home the Rev.

Mrs. Mae Smith Baker of Floral Morris Gaskins of the First ,
and
NewsBrownie City: one sister Mrs. Lena Methodist Church officiating.The < Softening,

CARRIER Central Heating and Cooling Roberts of Mulberry Grove 111.; remains were cremated. {
Taylor made ductwork from our own sheet metal shop PORTER t Troop 81 celebrated two nieces Mrs. Robert Hill and The deceased was a veteranof filtering Service
Mrs. L.J. Kuhns both of 1111- World War ;
r Valentine's Day with a party I. He is sur-
JOHN D. LAW FUNERAL HOMELP last week. Decorated cupcakesand no s. vived by his wife mrs. FannieM.

punch were donatedbyMrs.Grace Porter Funeral Home was in Dooley of Inverness; one
Gas & Appliance Dealer Ogden and Mrs. Virginia charge of local arrangements. daughter Mrs. Betty Rollisonof YES YES
Brooksville Ph. 795-2341
Lewis. Brownie hostesses assisted Alexandria. Va.; a brother :
AMBULANCEBENNETT'S the mothers in serving. Reed Dooley of Doylestown.Pa.: I

DRUGS AL OWEN SERVICE Mrs. Lois Cason and Mrs. Rev. Mr. Ryals on sister Mrs.Margaret Story I YES
Ann Young worked with a groupof of Los Angeles, Calif. ?

Rexall Drug 12 girls who comprise:; the Dies In LondonThe
Painting Contractor PHONE students in the second grade and
PHONE 726-2781 those 7 years of age. Mrs. In- HIGHLANDSFAITH .
Estimates
' and QualityWork 726-2271 or fanino Mrs. Youngblood and Rev. Hugh Lee Ryals
Galvanized & Plastic
CITRUS COUNTY'S Mrs. Brown will supervise the who passed away Feb. 15 in CHAPEL Pipe

LEADING DRUG STORE 726-1801 24 Brownies comprising the London. England was buried _
TURNER CAMP ROAD third and fourth grades. Monday afternoon in Oak Ridge and Full Line of Fittings
Prescript ns Accurately Inverness Because of unusually large Cemetery Inverness. Porter Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

Filled by Main Street membership a new troop is Funeral Home was in charge of Prayer Singing Study Lawn Mower & Out Board Motors Repaired
Competent Druggists RFD 1, Box 193 being planned to accommodateother arrangements. He was 55 yearsof SUNDAY SERVICES

children interested in the age.
INVERNESS. FLORIDA Phone 726-2696 INVERNESS FLORIDA Girl Scout organization.John The deceased was a native of. Church School..10:00 a.m.

Manfrin Sr.has arranged Winter Haven but had a num- Worship.......... 11:00 a.m.
with leaders to show the films ber of relatives living in Citrus Service.730
LOVELL BROS. For the Best in Real Estate taken at the Brownie Christ- County. His survivors include Evang. p. m.

SEE OR CALL GID HALL & SON mas party. Susan Rosier and the wife. Mrs. Marie Ryals. of JAY & ELSIE PRENTISS WHITE DISTRIBUTING CO.

'WHOLESALE AUTOMOTIVE Phyliss Bishop are celebrating London; two daughters Miss Pastors

AND MILL SUPPLIES birthdays this month at the Margaret Lee Ryals of Jacksonville -
Phone 726.8683 No. Apopka Ave. Old Seaboard Depot
McCullech Chain Saws TV SERVICE Brownie birthday party. and Miss Janet Ryalsof

Small Motors N. B. |BOB) TROTTER Brownie leaders have been London; his' mother Mrs. Prayer for Sick Any Time Phone 726.1622

notified of the Girl Scout fund Belle Ryals of Jacksonville; Cordial Welcome to You!
Briars & Stratton Engines \ drive and he quota for Inver- four sisters Mrs. L'icyEstelle = == = = = = = = = = = : = = = : = : : = '
Ave.
& Service of Engines 101 Apopka
Repair R e6. Real Estate Broker ness. Those wishing to contri- Strange of Jacksonville. Mrs.
General Motor. Diesel bute may do so through Johnson Flora Bell Johns of Inverness. --
Power Units Postofflce Box 87 Savary or Carl Buzby. Mrs. Maudelle Hay of Crystal

Southwest Main StreetINVERNESS Homoaassa Springs Florida River and Mrs. Elizabeth Ho-
Inverness, Fla. gan of Tampa; two brothers CONFERENCE-CLOSING OFFICE

Phone 726-1041 PHONE i 795-2882 Saturday Rites Charles Ryals of Jacksonvilleand
Horace Ryals of Brooks-

j axtaTZV I WEST COAST TITLECOMPANY For Mr. HaightSaturday ville.Conducting, the services Mon-

funeral day afternoon in the First Bapt-
morning ser-
ist Church here were the pastor -
vices were conducted for Law-
Q+Phon 26-1911 the Rev. T.N. Channel! and
rence Height who died Feb. 20
Land Title Insurance
the Rev. Harry Liechty Supt.of .
at Citrus Memorial Hospital.He .
THIS SPACEAVAILABLE
Baptist Missions. Los Angeles -
For information corvernfn was a native of Richmond Calif.
Title Insurance or Hills N.Y. and a resident of

Coatcin Cabinets Land Ownership Inverness Highlands North.
Survivors include his wife RitesIn
Kitchen Remodeling Trombley
WRITE P. O, BOX 668 Mrs. Mae Haight. and a daughter. -
""ff'r,. Mill Work Miss Arleen Haight bothof
.
:' Inverness. Vermont
-- "> Phone 726-1261
The Rev. Morris Gaskins of
WELCH CABINET CO
INVERNESS FLORIDA the First Methodist Church con
ducted the service in the chapel Vermont funeral services
held this week for
of were Guy
Porter Funeral Home. Interment -
PACKER W. CHilL was in Oak Ridge Trombley. 67-year old nativeof
Keesville.N.Y.aooaresldent
MOTOR COMPANY Cemetery. for he past two and one-half

years of Apache Shores Just r.- -
Hardware and Marine Electrical Contractor ; d.T-
VALERIE north of Hernando. Mr. Trom- .
6
Supplies Major Appliance Repairs THIS SPACE bley passed away Sunday nightat

Briars: & Stratton Inverness Fla. the Citrus Memorial Hosp-

Air-Co led Motors Electrical Repairs AVAILABLEFLORAL ital.He
Phone 726-4094 is survived by his wife

Wisconsin Motors Small Pump Motor. Service Mrs. Gladys Trombley of Her- PENINSULAR ABSTRACT COMPANY
Fishing Tackle
Mon. nando; one son six daughters
Tues., Ted. &
UW 41 North Inverness
)
t a brother three sisters and
Phone 795-2858 Thurs.
one show only. 24 grandchildren. Inverness, FtorUf

CRYSTAL RIVER 726-2854 or 726-2157 Box office opens at The remains were taken to

7:15 p.m. Movie beginsat Bellows Falls Ft. for burial. Established 1921 PhoM 726-3431

7:30 p.m. Fri. two Porter Funeral Home of Inverness -

Well Drilling r . CITYMACHINE shows starting 7:30 p.m., was in charge of ar- .
A Sat. & Sun. from 2 p.m. rangements. Frank D. Sanders, President Mrs. Frances Q .K..Iy.

Mrs. C. Romine Executive Vice Preeid.M.. .
Wells From 2 to 8 Inches CO continuous. I Margaret Secretary
"'" Exclusive Agent in Citrus County Florida for Title
Meyers Pumps Wed. Thurs. Friday From the famous beach atNap- ,
Sales ft Service 'THIS SPA* AVAILABLE. J'c Welding BATTLEGROUND les, Fla., came a left-handed & Trust Company of Florida, of Jacksonville, Florida

Call Crystal River .", <' ..,':; Winner of two Academy Awards Juonia shell believed to be the

795-2299 . -f BraisingMilliner Starring Ricardo Montalbanand only shell of this type in ex-
TITLE I HSURANCE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Call Dunnellon ::1'> -. .' George Murphy istence. The Smithsonian Insti-
Hunter 9.2430 Saturday: tute of Natural History Museum
f. s,. :-, MachineF. Double FeatureWHERE has no previous record of sucha Not a branch or any other kind of off-shoot-it's the real "McCoyM
( ':' THE BOYS ARE and shell. The southpaw Juoniais
B. McCRAY Lathe Work
MURDER SHE SAID undoubtedly a freak for a
Sun. Mon. Tuesday: normally developed shell is .M.mb.r American Titi. Association Florida Till At*.*!.*...

'VJS. 19 S. Crystal River .: Phone 726-2350 MR. HOBBS takes VACATION
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Scholarship Award Goes To = -i:: ii- 1 -- -' :-i--i4 I


Inverness Forestry StudentJames 1f. i.

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J. Lewis son of Mr. bound box manufacturing -C r
and Mrs. .S.M. Lewis of Inverness pany. .. ,
was recipient of a The award was made by S.J.
scholarship award made Tues- Adkins. jr., son of the late
day In the College of Agriculture president who is now in chargeof
University of Florida at the company's operations. w S
Gainesville.The James Lewis graduated from
$400 award for out- the local high school in 1959
/1 a standing work in the School of and worked two years In the
., Forestry was awarded to the Withlacoochee State Forest and
7. x local graduate of Citrus high one summer in the Modoc Nat-
school by the Adkins Manufact- ional Forest, in California be-
uring Company of Florida in fore enrolling at the Universityof
g memory of S. J. Adkins long Florida.
time president of'thp wire-

; Mrs. Land To Talk

_Bass Fishing Contest: On Fallout SheltersThe giCRYSTAL


wt9 :: 54i Opens NationwideThe regular monthly meetingof
$ : the North Inverness High-
second annual U.S. Open lands Social Club will be heldat
i Black Bass Championship, a the FPL on Tuesday evening
nationwide event will start at with a potluck supper to beginat
noon March 1 and run for four 6 p.m. The hosts and host-
months instead of two as it esses of the evening will be Mr.
., did last year the sponsoring and Mrs.Harry Smith and Mr.
Winter Haven Chamber Com- and Mrs. Otto Stanley. All mem-
merce reports. bers are urged to attend and
The tournament is being extended other property owners in High-

NEW FAIR ASSOCIATION OFFICERS selected at meeting of the Association in Lecanto include; to give northern statesan lands North will be welcomed
Mrs. Lee Sheffield of Floral? City re-elected treasurer: Earl Welty of Homosarssa (seated right), opportunity to take a more as they are eligible to become RIVER FFA OFFICERS for the year are shown above. From left to right are: Lee Earl
new president to succeed Harley Levins of Crystal River; Quentin Medlin of Inverness (left active part by carrying the members. Stokes president; Arthur Cooprlder vice president, Don Maynard secretary; Thomas Jackson
standing), re-elected fair manager and secretary; and Horace Allen of Lecanto new vice presi- contest over into the spring Speaker of the evening will treasurer; Tom Brown sentinel; Billy Barnes chaplain.The chapter's reporter Raymond Arnold
dent. The Association meets the second Thursday of the month -staff photo3 months. Special prizes are be- be Mrs. Belle Law4' and her was not present. school photo
ing set up for states outsideof subject will be "Fallout Shel-

Past Year Saw Sizeable Building Gasoline SalesThe Florida.A total .of 39 prizes will be ters"Civil. Mrs.Defense Land for Is Directorof Citrus Crystal River Future Farmers I

I awarded In addition to hun- County, is well informed on the

sale of gasoline in Florida dreds of certificates.The grand requirements for fallout shel- The River trict and
Crystal FFAChap- The Crystal River FFA Chap contests developing
Volume In Citrus HostelriesThe last year moved up 6 percent prize is a Johnson outboard mo ters and is qualified to advise ter observed National FFA ter is maintaining its Oyster better facilities for the chapter
I over 1961 the largest annual tar Lone Star "Big Fiberman" any organization on what must Week by holding its annual Conservation work. At presentit swine unit. The state meat judg-
past year saw a sizeable new construction as follows: gain since 1959 the Florida boat. Murray boat trailer be done in planning buildings Sweetheart contest last Fridayin is working on plans to better ing contest comes up .in Marchat
volume of $27.000. State Chamber of Commercesaid and the championship under consideration to make the the school auditorium before Gainesville.
building In the hostel one apartment. two mark and identify the area. Also the district
ry apartments motels and motels. $426.000 and three yesterday."The phy.Two premises suitable to receive the student body. Other activities in progress at land judging contest will be heldon
restaurants In Citrus county. restaurants 269500. In ad- total volume of taxable prizes will be awarded Federal Aid under the Civil The winner was Betty Sue present are planting of spring March 18, either in Citrus or
According to a report from the dition three permits for remodeling sales in the state came to 1,896 each week. Cypress Gardens Defense program. Williams. Other contestantswere crops preparing for sub-dis- Hernando county.
Florida Hotel and Restaurant and additions were million gallons last year. Not skis will be presented for the Following the speaker there Linda Elbrecht Lynda
Commission over three- issued totalling 29300. included in this figure are military largest fish caught in regions will be a program of entertain- Stric Angie Todd and
on-base purchases farm outside of Florida including the ment. Community InterestBy City Tournament
fourths of a million dollars was Comparative figures reveal interesting Wanda Tyner.
expended last year on new buildings comparisons when the and other state tax exempt volumes areas north and south of the The local chapter began its
exclusive of equipment in report notes that neighboring amounting to an estimated Mason-Dixon Line and west of yearly activities by electing officers Woman's Club Winner of he sponsor's tro-
Leon D. Gen-
phy was Sargent
the
125 million in addition. Mississippi River.
the hostelry category.Six Hernando county issued permitsfor gallons (see accompanyingphoto
issued for building and "Last year's nice gain was well Last year's winner was Fred eral Construction. This team
permits were new remodelingthat )
Is Stressed By Visitor consisted of Blaha Lottie
Girtman of Jean
who
totalled only 13850. above the2 percent gain in 1961. Tampa broughta First assignment handed the
I Lake county where there has The 1960 gain was 4 per cent; 16-pound bass out of Lake new officers was the chapter Nemcovic Irene Kappeler
The
Scout Cookie been considerable building dur- 1959 was 7 per cent and 1958 was Neff near Brooksville Fla. program of work. This is divid- man's Inverness Senior Wo Margaret Romine and Barbara
Club
enjoyed a well Kusbel.
attended
I ing the past few years reported 5 per cent. Prior to that date The runner up was Herschel ed into 10 divisions with a committee -
meeting in the club Winner of the All Events
room
a Botner of
Winter who
annual Haven
$309,812 In permits for gains peaked at 12 percent for each.The program of
Monday afternoon. Mrs. F.H. Scratch trophy was Barbara
hooked
fish
a 15
1955. weighing
Sale In March new building and remodelingwhile in work is a highly detailed in-
Leslie program chairman. introduced Kusbel. Barbara won this witha
pounds seven of
out
"The of
Marion county reported monthly pattern sales ounces strument. It contains each acti-
Girl Scouts of the Heart oi $303,836 total.Another follows the seasonal ups and Lake Howard in this city's lim ) vity the chapter plans to carryout director Mrs. J.C.Howarddistrict from total of 1585. -
its. Chiefland. Winner of the All Events handicap -
Florida Girl Scout Council will Interesting comparison downs of the state's economy. during the year along with The club's interest in he trophy was Maxine
Edwardswith
be having its annuaLcookie sale revealed in this report is. March has been the hig month, Participation in he tourna- the ways and means of accom-. well 1840.
community as as the a Runners
in thepay
outpacing its nearest rival ,meat i$. freed; ..there are no countyis up
from March 9 to March 25.The the fact that Citrus county rank- plishing each. manifested the off
advanced' through promotion were as follows: Bettte
ed 60 December during :six of the registration require-
16th
I Girl Scouts will be selling three of counties reportedin of educational 1830
I Low month ments. Any of legal tackle programsand Bell ; Barbara Kusbel.
varieties of cookies which will the summary past ten years. is type
the 1810
promotionofworthwhUe
usually September. Sales to may be used. All waters in any Amney McClure. 1802,
sell for
the
Usual
forty cents
per box. Bridge Parties summer tourists has given June of the 50 states are eligible as projects. The part local libraries Marge Tomlin 1781; Jean
1 Mrs. Like -- a rank of about sixth during re long as the fishing is In non- take in helping such Blaha. 1772; Gladys Dampier.
James F. Gronert is to play bridge duplicate
restricted programs to be successful and 1753; Ann Zalencki 1752 Ethel
local cookie sales chairman. bridge? Come to the Her- cent years. waters.
then the
of lib- 1751
importance
a Pressley.
d-
; Dusty He
nando Civic Club "Trends in gasoline sales area Fishing camps and fishing
Monies derived<< from this sale on Tuesday
in 1739
tackle rary every community. Mrs. erson ; Charlotte Edwards -
valid indicator of the directionin store operators who wishto I
will be usedtofinancethecamp- nights and join the fun. Dupli-
Howard also stressed 1729
be the active ; Maria Callen
f Ing program of he Girl Scout cate bridge is being played at which the state's economy is designated as officials 1 HARRY VAN NORTWICK interest of the club in the com- 1728 and Sammie Alexsuk. 1723.
weighmasters invited
the moving. County totals are lesvaiid are t
movement. United Funds and building every Tuesday
contact the Chamber of This is worked in munity as a co-operating factorin High scratch for doubles was
program
I local.community drives night with in view of changes in commerce 0Retarded up
games starting
supportthe 7:30. wholesaling and reporting practices Winer Haven Fla. The Assn. detail by the committees and helping to support activities won by Ann Zalencki with a 212
Council for operating of promptly at Last week
which followed
is have the for pertain to the bettermentof by Amney McClure
training personnel acti- there were six tables filled. which were inauguratedthree objective to weighing presented to chapter
troop stations in in the approval. Each committee sel- community life as a whole. with a 201. Hifh scratch for
Proceeds from : the trade body every state
vities and Council-wide activi- the games are years ago Elects OfficersProgress Through functions such singles
- used pointed out. Union. ects adults to serve as con- as was won by Ethel Pres-
- ties. to benefit the Civic Club.
sultants. The program of work these each club can give a sley. 210 followed by Amney
the efforts of the very good report of the It McClure 205.Winners .
( on must meet the approval of the part
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Citrus County Association for supervising principal and the takes in its respective local- of the doubles were
Retarded Children toward get- school superintendent. 1st place Peggy Nunn 658-
ities.Mrs.
I ting a class for "exceptional Committee chairmen for thisyear's Willard Marlow president Hazel Brett 550 for a total of
CARROLL Ready Mix Concrete; children" started were discus- program of work are: presided at the business 1208. The next five winners
sed at a meeting last week. Supervised Farming Lee Earl meeting which preceeded the were asfollowsOmaLeeVance
Harry C.Van Nortwick presi- Stokes; Scholarship Raymond program. At this time (he nom- 565-Bettie Bell 624 1189; C.

dent of the Association, said Arnold Public Relations, Ray- inating committee presented the Edwards, 602-Ethel Pressley.
plans were made to continue an mond Arnold; Leadership Ar- slate of officers for the club 576 1178; Irene Kappeler.
Ready-Mix Concrete, Inc. J-A T ; all out effort for the succes of thur Cooprider; Earnings and year of 1963-64 and which the 564-Barbara Kusbel 614 -1178;

l such a class.Said the president: Savings Thomas Jackson; Recreation club members voted to accept. Vera Buchtan. 573-Mae Doan
r "It is believed that with this Billy Barnes;Conductof Mrs. George Schultz. chairmanin 588 1161; Dorothy Edwards.
16 Years --, fine group of dedicated officers Meetings Thomas Brown; charge of the annual turkey 514-Aim Zalencki. 635 1149.
Experience and the enthusiasm of members Cooperative Activities Tom supper gave a most gratifying Singles ended with Amney Mc-
r shown at these meetings they Brown; and Community Service report on the success this yearof Clure and Janice Cravec both
17 TRUCKS can only succeed In their aims Donald Maynard.Following he project. rolling a 650 for a tie. The
for the betterment of the men- is a list of some Mrs. C.W.Brice social chairman next eleven winners were as
tally retarded child in Citrus activities which the chapter has and her associates served follows: Ethel Prescley 642;
Finest Fairest Prices and Hernando counties. accomplished thus far: dance refreshments at the close of Marge Tomlin, 623; Peggy
t Quality The officers to which he referred after Jennings football game the meeting from a attractivetea Nunn 596; Mae Doan 594; Elizabeth -
were those elected at last booth at Halloween carnival, table which featured a patriotic Solyer 590; D. Erickson,
week's meeting follows-Van booth in county fair green hand theme and also Wasying- 589; Maxine Edwards.586;Jane
4 Plants Nortwick re-elected president; initiation judging contests at ton's birthday.The national colors Price, 587;. Battle Ball. 517;
I James E. Connor, vice presi- Ocala Youth Show Sumter Live- were in evidence In decoration Gladys Damper 587; and Shirley -
Serve Yo dent; E.Van Anderson treasurer stock Show, and state fair. through the club rooms. Mixson 584.
; Mrs. James F. Gronert
a secretary. Elected to the boardof
directors were: O. Frank

INVERNESS 726-1071 Scofield Richard Kaufman and Cwttot Brand Paint
A.R. Strickland, all two-year Mo/uj/
terms; and Mrs. Robert Venero,
CRYSTAL RIVER 795-2621 Mrs. Gronert and Mr. Anderson -

all three-year terms. Buy one get oneF

DUHHEUOH HUitor 9-2831 .
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,: UlotUMSeutte'Sumterville EXCAVATING Confab Success

ROCK: BULLDOZING

ASPHALT PAYING HOMOSASSA--The mid-year
O CEMENU flSPH LT convention of the Church of

Jesus Christ convened here
-lIMERCrCONCRETE Sunday at the big gospel tent. _
Thirteen states were repre- MARY CARTER HO LIMIT AT MO EXTRA COCT;
sented by 10 bisyops 52 ministers AlKYD FLAT
COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL U k, HOUSE PAINT fit tt IfION colon MATCHING
793-5071 and the tent was more M.rr ti.... 1,300 TuiUM wfcfc TW0Affen's -
PLANT MIX ASPHALT HOT OR COLD than filled to capacity by visiting ,A Ies! E . Aiit / 5" nrirwu .
7 members trrrb" fa /rrllllrf. arr.
DRIVEWAYS accordingto Mrs.
HIGHWAYS a .Mr..rA.AAf.
rNlmrrH 1.
Vincent Havens. ? q
PARKING AREAS 98 MEYtRT
The
convention was precededby
STREETS a'two-week
revival conducted EY4Alr fArt i4i? !
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by G. Calvin Brown,the presiding ; t air r

bishop from Oxford. Pa. ti.t ......- ::_
The national convention of the rwr r.
; CARROLLCONTRACTING Church of Jesus Christ will con 6r
vene Aug. 29 at Benton Harbor Hardware err

Mich, with Bishop DeLong in M a
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CO. INC. charge. North of Court House INVERNESS w r

The $2.4 million nuclear sci- r,1, Nlu

ences building being constructed Mvu Ctttoi DISCOUNT Paint Stores
on the University of Florida ] mow"
Inverness, Crystal River Dusuellon SUR1t@fVlllBr campus will provide almost a AMSICA-S LARGEST DISCOUNT PAINT CHAIN r "'

I i city block of space for nuclear
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publish the following poetic recitations ,.. ..,....=.' Large 3 BR frame BOOM are lot carport-

--from first a small J"2. ;: .---"- ,'- .', _.___". ,..'., j'., _.'"-' _; -, -,_. ,- ,. ...- Citrus and Shade tAM -- ,...>.00 1 Block

.boy, and then from a little girl. n _.' ,." __. .__ ._ .. to store aad schools.
This is the composition of D.D. t-4: Johnson Red Estate --- Brek* /
Smith of Hernando. chaplain of ii FIVE YEARS AGO moves into Its spring training T26-/7&
LeRoy Rooks Jr. Post 4252 1 f ? The grand opening of the eight camp today according to Louis Floral City Phone ;

VFW. stores and privately owned offices Pielow, manager.ObituaryMrs.
in the new Inverness Lula Haddox
Not( friends of mine I take this time To tell you this story true Shopping Center is being held 63, Homosassa. ,
Of heroes bold in days of old. And present timers, too. t this week.The huge building was Mayor Brown Dumas' vote ofa
constructed by Smoak & Ogdenof Worlds Fastest Shade
We heard the tales Crystal River ordinance Ir
je ofsplitting rails For
pal on cabins
ee r to build; Inverness.The .
franchise
granting a 30-year to
Sit iSed3\that Were freed from master> &*"*. ADd PatriotismOf 1tht new Inverness Post Office Florida Power Corp. was overridden 8 f tet1 1 Year 40 ft. in 5 Years

\ with 2600 square feet of by the Town\ Council
pioneers Brave this land to save They weathered the storms J J floor space, will be delayed Monday night. For you to enjoy, not your grandchildren
and forrays; Of Indian bands and fierce brigands That menanced another 30 days.
Births--a son, Ted Arthur to
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our country these days. "" \4 Fifteen people completed the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis of GUARANTEED AGAINST FREEZE

r We've sung the songs of rights and Of tried j Civil Defense course recently Floral City; a daughter Kathryn -
wrongs. patriots Elm Tree Price $2.00 & $3.00 each
i and true Their'.memories live and their spirits give Inspirationto ,;; given in Inverness according to to Dr. and Mrs. Myron C.
Mrs. Bell Land direct-
me and you. county Scofield.
George Thompson of Citrus Landscape NurseryU.S.41
The story of George at Valley Forge--How he shared the food with or.Citrus High's Hurricanes defeated High has been elected presi-

his men: And wouldn't partake for his own life's sake Things Brooksville> 51-31 in the dent of the new formed combin- N.Sportsmen's Park
that were'denied to them. 53 YEARS OF SCOUTING FOR ALL BOYSjj last regular game of the season.A ation of Citrus and Crystal

Of how when a.lad he displeased his dad, And chopped down his woman fully clothed except River FFA chapters. 1 iltck' S. lewd Allty

favorite tree; He hung his head but he bravely said: 'The for shoes was found in a bath-
truth I will tell unto thee. tub in a Floral City home Tues Korean Veterans Have
day.'A .22 caliber revolver was
With my hatchet new and nothing to hew I was tempted you plainlycan clasped in her hand a bullet COUNTY-WIDE-DIRECTORY

see. And my wandering gaze to my amaze, Fell on that cherry wound in herforehead.Her con Extended Vocational
tree. dition is critical. .

It's strange of course what unseen force Could draw my bladeto :jj R.L. Windham has written a Training DeadlineThe LOANS To $600.
its trunk, But in spite of my fear it drew me near And my letter to Gov. LeRoy Collins objecting Up Nuylor I HailFiNMrt

hatchet it went 'ker chunk.' to the construction of a general deadline for vocational LOAN ON -
dam
s across Bryant Slough
Then with the first chop I couldn't stop.I was lost but I couldn't a By Bob Tannehill where it formerly ran under SR rehabilitation training for AUTO, FURNITURE, ,, '
turn back, So with another stroke disabled Korean Conflict veterans -
it finally broke And fell with 44, two miles west of Withla- SIGNATURE. r
an awful crack. has been eliminated according -

So Dad I've stood by cause I couldn't lie. Though 1 knew in my Well t!''long anticipated mun- .discovered and the coroner coochee River. 86 to the Veterans Admin- CtMtfKttrs
Hendrix
icipal election is passed and ruled that the man died of Mrs. J.W. was istration. "Let Us Help You Solve
.heart I would catch it; I'll say for that tree, it wasn t just me, burned to death in a flash fire Your
the will He 103. PrDbl..ms"Crystal
we hope atmosphere natural cause. was The deadline for Money
But me and my brand: new hatchet. ....... that all but destroyed her home completionof
....... *...... settle so something constructive onN. seminole Ave. Saturday.She such training formerly was River
can be heard. We are well It's a bit annoying when some January 31, 1964 or nine years Pfi. 72: *.- 1164
I'm tired of hearing all this noise. Of the things that're done by was semi-invalid and lived .
aware that there are still some of these seasonal visitors to our after being separated from the Ph. 726 '. :2825
boys: Don't you know that little girls-With their dolls and alone. Her body was found by Finance Corp.
die-hards around but we trust area express their hopes for a armed forces whichever was .Inverness.
pretty curls-- Can be as brave as boys by gee? It's just that Mrs. D.D. Anderson who had
most people will work togetherfor bad hurricane to fill up the earlier, Coy R. Sandlin veter- HWY.; 19
you don't wantta see. the good of this communitY.One lakes with water and fish. They cared for the elderly woman for ans service officer said. Next to Florida: PowerInsurance '

Now all this talk concerning George What he did at Valley Forge, of the first things the seemingly don't give a hoot for some years. Under terms of a law passedby
And how Abe the slaves did free..Now to all this we agree. Council should adopt is a resolution other people who live here the John W. Grant was re-elected the last Congress a veterannow
I that all knives sidearms "round, or don't care about president of the city council
year has a full nine years after ..
with W.K.Jenkins as vice presi- .
But lots of and booze bottles be extensive loss of property-- from the armed
girls are just as brave And would be glad their dent. Fire Chief Paul Balasch discharge Fire Storm Auto
country to save. Betsy Ross and Nancy Hanks--Others, too, we checked at the door. "Sharp and perhaps lives--which might advised Council that the fire forces in which to complete his Liability
owe thanks. I'll dangerous tongues" might also easily result from hurricanesand with cut-off dead-
our So just say before I close. You boys better be included. tornadoes. siren would have to be moved training no R. O. JONES and Mat.L.LBARNEY '
look beyond line earlier date.
i your nose.Which ....... ....... from the bank to City hall. at an A. REEVES
Eligible disabled KoreanConflict -
There has been considerabletalk A friend of ours was telling David Glisson treasurer of veterans receive

Red Cross? about the need for replacingthe about a conversation he heard the Crystal River F FA Chapter, training of such may character and West Coast
was awarded a $25 savings bond
traffic'light on Main Street. the other night just outside a length as necessary to restore Electrical Supplies
We feel it should be installedat Crystal River bar. Seems as by the Mason Tractor Co. their ability to work up to four I Insurers
We found interesting a news item from the "Evening News"of Main and Pine streets. At though this fellow had just exited Brooksville.A years and in some cases exceeding Lumber Pw tRooftag
Harrisburg, Pa., which was sent to us from a Keystone sub- 20-year-old shot six times,
any rate, one is certainly need- the bar and ran into an old four Fla. hlsNrialsPlumbers'
scriber. The item concerned the Red Cross and some confu- ed to slow down that traffic lady."You're. was found on U.S. 19 in the Red Before years.their Crystal River

sion stemming from this organization, as it was involved in the along US 41. the ugliest looking female Level area about 1 a.m. Tues- they must starting be interviewed training and Phone 795-2787 SuppKesTifc

Cuban situation. We n Many persons are not aware that the International Red Cross fic lights which automatically drunk. of the agriculturalclass their aptitudes and interests AppliancesAdmiral Builders'" Hardware
Committee which discusssd with the United Nations the inspection "Well you're the drunkest man at Crystal River High
flash
a stop sign at speeding Sandlin explained.The and Kelvmator ia
of inbound vessels to Cuba is not the "Red Cross" as cars have been successfullytested I've ever seen! retorted the will appear on WDBO-TV in will be Washers Everything Building
it 'M nerally considered the article points out. Orlando Friday. training at gov- Dryers MaterialsBvfekr's
the Russians in Len- woman.
by
and in addi-
ernment expense TV Stereo & Hi-Fi
even'the of Red of Alfred ,
It is not League Cross Societies composed Obituary--James
ingrad. The lights also can "Maybe so, replied the drunk tion the veteran receive
87 countries.. The organization asked to make these inspections "appreciate the situation" and "but I'll be over mine In the Thomas 78, Homosassa;nativeof subsistence allowances may as wellas See us for Complete
is th International Committee of the Red. Cross. This group of decide instantly which stream of morning)" Marion County. the Home Furnishings
25 Swiss citizens is recognized throughout the world as the traffic should have priority. Birth--Mr. and Mrs. Alfred disability compensation.The Crystal River
neutral channel for negotiations between belligerents. It is not the Yoder a daughter on Feb. 21, eligible veterans may enroll Phone 795-2489
They even give green lightto
in schools take
connected with the mf Red Citrus Soldier in colleges,
League Cross Societies. fire and Katheran Lee.Inverness .
engines ambulances
The article continues to point out that th IRCC::; is an auto- provided the vehicles a Cub Scouts held on-the-job training or institu- SkinnersFurniture Supply Ce.
carry tional on-the-farm or
training
nomous non-political non-sectarian selfperpetuating.It their blue and
group simple installation warning of Training ExerciseArmy gold banquet. enter other which
is the guardian of the Geneva Conventions which spell out their approach. Dick Martin is Cub Scoutmaster programs
the principals of neutrality and protect wounded prisoners from ....... Sgt. Everge Smith son and they are sponsored by Jr. combine classroom and on-the-
unncessary suffering as well as the civilian population in What ever happened to the of Mrs. Alberta Smith Hernanda Women's Club. job training. 15 Stores Ga., Ala. & Fla. CRYSTAL RrVBR! FLA.

occupied countries. "dog pound" we were supposedto participated with other TEN YEARS AGO Sandran Floor CoveringsWoodward

.- be getting/ seems like members of the 4th Armored' The State: ,Road Dept. has decided -
U.S. Should KnowWe every day is "dog days"around Division's 54th Infantry in the to pay for the improvement -
/ here what with as many as eight unit's annual training test in of SR 491 in this countyout Citrus Marine Center Realty, Weed Septic

had hoped some conservative voice in our land would have and tendogs congregating on Germany The exercise ended of primary funds. This

something to say about Romule Betancourt's visit to the United city street corners. We dislike Feb. 14.The favorable decision is of great Factory On U. S. Route 19 Tank Co.
States. We are glad that voice is Florida's own Rep. William C. hearing people continually joking training was designed to importance to the county's road Trained
Cramer, vice chairman of the Republican Congressional Cam- that Inverness is going to test the combat readiness and building program. The county is CRYSTAL' RIVER
paign Committee.Rep. the dogs I effectiveness of U.S. forces op- relieved of having to foot the HOMES LOTS Pumping Service & RepairsACREAGE
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adverse bill of 90000.
Cramer thluks, as we agree that certain "essential" erating under winter
The last in a series of cigar- conditions.The The Bushnell 'Gators defeatedthe .
questions should have been posed to .the Venezuelan leader. Lintels Sills
First does the Betancourt government have any genuine plans ettes and cancer articles Is be- 31-year-old soldier a Hurricanes last Friday by Buy and Sell *

I for the outright illegalization of the Communist Party in ing printed by the county paper. squad leader in the infantry's 51-38. $ With Confidence Precast Steps

place of its present temporizing and halfway policy? Secondly, We might point out that women Company B in Heilbronn,enter Mrs. Russell Stratton has been SERVICE ON ALL MAKE' DONALD J. McBRllJE Business Phase 726-1191_
are taking up the habit at an ed the Army in October 1952 re-elected president of the Woman's -
will
the government discontinue its present equivocal policy toward Home Phone 726Z.Phone .
U.S. 41 South Inverness
r private business and enunciate a clear and unmistakable amazing rate. In the last seven and was last stationed at Fort Club. Re8._Real Estate Broker

position in support of free enterprise? Or are we facing-and years the number of women Ord Calif. The West Citrus Baseball Club Phone 726-2413 795-2652 Route 1 South Inverness.SPORTSMEN'S

( helping to finance-another situation of a takeover of UJS. assets smokers rose by 7,000,000 to Smith was graduated from
and property expropriation by another foreign government? 25000000. During the same Booker T. Washington High

Thirdly, Will it renounce its present reported plans for nationalization :- period male smokers rose by School Inverness in 1951.
of various sectors of the Venezuelan ? only- 4.500.000 to 37000000.
economy ......
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"The taxes
are today
\ Of course this is part of a bipartisan drive against foreign-aid way ,
programs. Including the Latin American Alliance for Progress Many items were omitted from you might as well marry for .

program. We believe that United States aid to foreign countries last week's Chronicle for whichwe love.. -

i has done a great deal of good,and we feel that it has strengthenedthe offer no apology since it'sa New Ready To Wear
bonds of friendship between this nation and several others. situation difficult to remedyIt's

And while it may be true that people are people--all human like trying to put a gallon

beings--we contend that when U.S. money goes to help the com- content into a quart jar.Some of

munist cause or assists in the financing of policies dangerously these items have been cut down Clothing Department.touoec4r'

J opposed to ours America ceases to be a good Samaritan but is and appear*in***this***issue. .
rather cutting her own throat.
We are against depending upon our federal government for We rode around: over the county OPENING SPECIAL
Saturday and were surprised to ,
financial support of every improvement even in our own country.But .
as long as there are needs and problems facing Americans, find few people fishing--that is.

which could be solved by federal loans or direct capital we until we came totheHomosassa Door Prizes
River I think all of the fisher-
believe it is nonsense to grant billions of dollars to governments
which secretly await our back's turn. men in the county must have
been on that river. COME !IN TODAY!
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One Major School ? house Across in this the road area from another a certain houseIs To Help Preserve

being constructed by the future WIN FREE

dweller. Between the two is Your Loved Ones
a big dead dog which has been
t Does Citrus County need a new centralized high school?
there for at least a week and
We have asked this question of many people with divergent Names In Ageless
opinions resulting. an effort to digest these opinions we have will probably stay there until "Register For Free Clothing and Jewelry'1Mrs.
the
buzzards get hungry. It .
concluded the answer to be, "Yes". would Stone. Visit Us And J
A new high school situated on property in the Lecanto area appear that these two
least Helen Fowler Formerly With Inverness Bargain Center in ChargeMEN'S
neighbors at have
already owned by the Board of Public Instruction looks to be a one ,
See Our
in commonS!
thing
forward move that would have far-reaching affect on the entire ....... Displays t
county. Citrus county has long been defined as a""split" political STRETCH DRESS'SOX 4 Pair $1.9 ..',
We noticed last week in
subdivision east vs west. Major problems and decisions very from former home-a LaPerleMemorials LADIES' SEAMLESS NYLON HOSE S9t pr. or 2 prsv 1."
paper our
seldom are handled without this rift appearing at the surface.
town that a coroner was calledin LADIES' PANTIES 3 Pairs ..ItCHILDREN'S
11 appears logical to us that a start toward a cohesive, well
Indoctrinated county would be this new high school. Our public to determine the cause of COTTON PANTS 4 Fairs 1.11MEN'S

schools are going to be called upon to change their curriculumsand death after a Negro: man was 41-3 miles 4.8L
found dead in his home where he U.S. So. KHAKI WORK SUITS (Shirts and Pants)
teaching procedures in revolutionary manners. We can Inverness! P.O. Box 447
ready ourselves for this and a logical place to start is with anew lived alone. No foul play was MEN'S POCKET T SHIRTS (Assorted Colors) 2 fer .9*

,modern, well-planned centralized school plant. CHILDREN'S AND GIRLS PLAY SUITS 1..

LADIES BLOUSES, Pastel Shades Bach 1."

Leroy Rooks Jr. :. ICE MILK, Assorted Flavors IIalf GaUea .'M '


Get y That Leg Up! VFW Post 4252 Hernando, Fla. .- BANANAS iDon't_Forget 3 CANADA IBs. 25f DRY POTATOES DRINKS Flavors 19 ft*. H}


One flea on a fine show dog can cause him to lose his composure
and subsequently a place in the final judging. We don't say this and Ladies Aux. 4252 10 Oz. Bottle 6 for 29< (plus deposit)

country is going, or has gone, to the dogs. ,.' ITfi
We do say,however that the United States today is like that dog GROCERIES FROZEN FOODSTOILETRIES & SUNDRY
that was bothered by the one flea and lost place in final judging at Entertainment Schedule 1 1V t

the grand championship showing. Groceries Frozen Foods Toiletries & Sundry Item
"flea" and It is bothering a blue blooded
Cuba is the to say March ,2-Dance by Colonels of Ocala-$3.00 aercouple .
champion is a.gross understatement. Last week Cuban based $1.50 Stag .

MIG's as a target used for t Sarasota-based near miss rocket shrimp firing boat practice.with motor trouble March 9--Meat(Donations Balls)&Spaghetti-Benefit Bldg.Fund .: !! Open 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. 7 Days A Weak '

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Experience tells us that a smart dog will try to get someone elseto

take care of the flea that bothers him. If this doesn't happen he March 10-Dist. 7 Meeting Fried Chicken Dinner- : No Price Penalty For After Hour Shopping Cenyenieiice
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finally reaches around with one of his hind legs and knocks the 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Public Invited .
flea off and very seldom suffers any serious consequences. :

We've tried to get someone else to take care of this troublesome Me tat Post Home Hernando. Post Meetings 2 & 4 .
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with no-success. Now, we might justas well _i' U.S. 41 North Across from the Bowline Alley C' -"it
situation for us when the "flea lei is Friday, 7:30 P.M. Ladies Auxiliary Meeting 1st : <
and ready to scratch. Again, <' :
our hind leg up Friday, 8:00 P.M. .
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INVESTMENT SEMINARThe RESOLUTIONBE and issue warrants' in payment #5; Thomas E. Phelps.#5;Her- 3y ROYCE ,WILLIAMS till AbUUAIIiltU I :w.t /

IT RESOLVED by the thereof. Motion seconded by man E. Roberts #5; Earl B. Asst. .County Agent
Board of County Commissioners *Commissioner Spooner motion Foss. #12; J.E. DeBusk #2; Camelias and Azaleas l 1 1In
A. M. Kidder Company Ocala extends an invitation to of Citrus County Florida carried. Jerome D. Girard #12; Joseph Poultry Judging Results: The
Citrus County residents to attend interesting sessions on that a public hearing be held at 'General Fund: ]McDuffie Davis #2;Ira B.Marin 4-H Poultry Judging Team won
money 12th Sweat's investing being held each Monday night through March 10:00 A.M. Tuesday..5 March E 173 E 191 i t #12; Daniel H.Day #2; P.O.. second place in Egg Judging and full bloom and bud Only 75* uIi
at Restaurant. Inverness. 1963 in the County Commis- 20899 20927 ]Nichols 12;Wallace T.David- fourth place in Poultry Judgingat
i. sioners' Room of the Citrus Road & Bridge Fund: : son. #2; J.J. Strickland #12; the recent Florida State Fair.
These weekly sessions, conducted by members of the Kidder County Courthouse in Inverness R 167 R 186 ]Hartman Peter Ebert#2;Glenn The members of the team were: Landscape Nursery /
Company staff begin at 7:30 p.m. and are conducted in the Florida for the purposeof 16044 16090 A. Bland,#11;Clarence L.Dow- J.T. Bedford Jack Edson Max Park f
private dining room of the restaurant. establishing bulkhead line Relief: !]ling #1; Reuben L..Coffin. #11; Davis and Eugene Rooks This U.S. 41 No. Sportsmen's

for the following lands in Citrus S.R.; Miller. Jr.. MD. $33.00 W.B. Ellis #1: G.G. Cooper. judging netted the team 1750. IBIock So. Bowiiif Alley.IPIIPI.I.IiuIPi
The
public is invited. County Florida to-wit: i(leona Smith Laura Strickland #11: E.V. Hamilton. #1;
Government Lot 2, in Sect1 1 Margaret Brimmage) Roger L. Deakins. #11; Johnie Poultry Judging Results; The
ion 4, Township 20 South Range Richburg's Market 10.00 ;\\. Hamilton #1; Jas E. Durst 4-H Poultry Judging team won .
16 East ((Mrs. Sidney Jones) t#11; Rondel A. Knight. Ill;Horace second place in egg judging and
fl.A. &eo.Sn.c. and that Notice thereof be published 1 Hugh Stevens Station, 3.30 Davis.. #11; James Rodden- fourth place in poultry judging I :
three times in the Citrus I(Mrs. Helen David) i berry #1; Virgil S. Elbon #11; atthe recent Florida State Fair. L !
County Chronicle at the expense 'Winn's Rexall Drugs 44.65 (George Roddenberry #1. The members of the team were: [[ ; ;, :: '
of ELIZABETH McKINNEY the I(M. Osteen Mrs.Campbell O. Archie H. Henry,#11:Thomas J. T. Bedford. Jack Edson,Max .'." ". 1 1f
BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1865 ,Petitioner. 1 Hamilton E. Campbell) Roddenberry #1; Joseph W. Davis and Eugene Rooks. This .
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Motion by Commissioner Lev- Hatcher #11; George A. Howard -
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ONE WALL ST.. NEW YORK 5. N. Y. [
OCALA BRANCH ins to advertise for bids on two I(Charles Smith Leona Smith, #11; Merritt L.Jon sll; Poultry Exhibit: The 4-H l :t .. .....;>...
; 401 SILVER SPRINGS BLVD. trucks and' bodies for same. Andrew Smith Kate J. Jones) Walter Jenkins Ill1..C.; Poultry exhibits from Citrus !,It << ;:f;,4 IIrniLaundry -
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Member New York Stock Exchange and other Motion seconded by Commis-1 Drs. Osterhout &. Brown 68.00 Knight #11; Warren J. Ke.n. County at the Florida State 'Ji .. >> ::/;; \ :
DomesticandCanadian sioner Gilstrap. motion carI I(Charles Smith Henry Lyerla) #11; J.E. Moore. #11; G.A. Fair were: J.T. Bedford--4 ,
leading Exchanges ried. Voting No Commission-i King's Market 20.00 Mills, #11; A.L. McDavid #11; blue, 1 red;Jack Edson--5 blue; Dry Cleaning & Rug Service
er Rooks. ((Margie Shanklin) Ralph Leo MCClelland #11; Max Davis--2 red, 3 white; and
Motion by Commissioner LevI I S.W. Florida T.B. Hosp. 85.00, Lewis Platt, #11; George E. Eugene Rooks-3 blue 2 red. We pick up and deliver 3 times a week lathe Inverness and
ins, seconded by Commissioner j(Wilbur Cain Edgar Lee Mitch Stewart #11; ,S.J. Scally Jr., Inverness 5th Grade Boys and Crystal River Area. \
Gilstrap to approve minutes of ell, Bernadine Starkey) #11; Edgar Nolan Vann. #11; Girls: The Inverness 5th grade
January 2. 1963 as read by the Bennett's Drug Store 7.64 Ernest W.Witte,#11;Norman C. Boys' & Girls' 4-H Club was FOR SWIFT EFFICIENT SERVICE PHOUE OR WRITF I
Advertise in the Chronicle Deputy Clerk. Motion carried. (Mabel Bane) Aikins. #2; Donald Bertine. #2; farmed this month with the fifth Cleaners
Motion by Commissioner Gil- Weaver Taxi Service 40.00 Dan Bertine. #2; Wilbur V. and sixth grade clubs being Ocala Laundry & Dry {
strap to approve all vouchers (Margaret Brimmage. Louis Bertine #2; John E. Cason split The officers of the girls

,Carter) Jr., #2; Wilbur E. Crosby. #2; club are: President Diane Loc- Ocala Florida
The following is a list of W.J. Carter #2; Charlie Col- ke; vice president Gay Ken- ,
I Area Business/ DiAUTO rectoryPEST jurors drawn by the County lins. #2; William Lawrence nedy; secretary, Kay Marlowe; 402
622-8901
So. Main Street Phone
Commissioners to serve in the Floyd. #2; Aubrey Allen #17; council delegate Patsy Savory
Circuit Court in Citrus: County Ray Poling #17; Raymond song leaders Bonnie Peters
CONTROL and State of Florida for the year Brady. #17; W.E. Pagenhardt Betty Jean Rosier; and reporter "
Mason Tractor Co. - - -
SALES & SERVICE A.D. 1963. all persons on this #17; F.L. Boswell #17; Charles Ella Rooks.

Chatman Buick list are competent and qualified A. Paul #17; Grady Black The officers of th boys'fifth -- - ......,.. - .....,.,.,. - - - - -
Bray persons. #17; Edgar Revels #17; Char- grade 4-H Club are:
Pontiac Co. Ford Tractors C.J.D. Booth. #6; John H. les Barnes Jr., #17: H.L. Shi- president Steve Keeler; vice Humfleet
Sales and Service Agricultural&Industrial Pest Control Kelly #6; Robert L. Lovett, ran, #17; Carroll Bechtel #17. president. Gene Davis; secretary SalvageNew
International Farm Equipmentnd EquipmentBroQksville #6; Leonard H. Miller, #6; Otto B. Swanson. #17; War- Mark Chitty; reporter
International Trucks Residential and Commercial Ernest D. Miley #6; Ralph ren L.Bowsllot,1117;Kirk Slack Tony Bishop; council delegate. and Used Auto and Truck Parts.
Tampa Hwy Fla. Household Spraying Mills, #6 Arthur E. Roger #6; #17; George Browning,Jr.,#17; Cliffy Stokes; song leader,Jim
Brook te 7963533Brooks Termite Control Donald 'R. Thomas, #6; JessieR. Lemmie Sanders #17; Wayne my Deweese. If we don't have it. we'll get it.
Phone 796-2315 Bo i achesAnts.bthsSlyediSbBmokSTiUe Thomas, #6; Leon W. An- Blanchard #17; Amos Bealyer, Inverness 6th Grade: The
796-4254 #8; J.F. Bateman #8; #17; Wm. L. Bonney. #17; Fred new Inverness 6th grade 4-H All Makes All Merttls
Ford Sales Inc. Carl Buser #8; Dennis E.Con- Tinney #17; D.L. Boddigen Club officers are: president
Crystal Electric, IRC. REAL ESTATE cidine #8; Wayne Corbin #8; #17; Benj. Clyde Willis, #17; Asa Gilstrap; vice president.
i MERCURY Your Complete Deem: cat Center; Donald E. Counts,#8;Grover A. James T. Clamp, #17; A.E. Billy Sellars; secretary Mack- Complete Auto t Truck Service
METEORs Service on All Makes of Allen Realty Curington #8; A.T.Carroll8; Wells #17; C.D. Castleberry, ie Williamson; reporter, Billy
COMET TV.- Rado Refrigeration W.F. Cowan #8; Billy L. Doth #17; Chas J. Woodin #17; Jul- Ogle; council delegate Jack
31-39 Bojoksrille Ave. Small Appliances atcdmot Lets Acreages #8; Robert C. Edson. #8; Harold uis Collins #17; Troy R. Baker Rosier; song leader. Donald Wrecks or jOkers IC:- -jj
Bmoksville %-J52S Gtrus Are. Homes Business P. FiSt,#8;Harold L.Free- #18; Gail R. Cultice #17; Lancaster.
AUTO GLASS Ovatal Hirer 795-3221 2 Bcdajom Waterfront Home man. #8; Thomas A. Festa #8; Eugene Cooper. #17; Rzael Da- bought at highest prices.
TRIM
Lenzo Gamble #8; George L. 17
$9450.00 vison # ; John R. Dotson Birth AnnouncementIn
Davis Auto Glass ELECTRICPLUMBING' Bldg. InglisTa. Hooker #8; TW.Harrison,Jr., #17; John H. Darling. #17; Rob- We Weld Anythingd'
447-2333: ; 447-2391 #8; B.B. Heifner #8; CharlesC. ert L. Dyess, #17; John C.
& Trim Shop Another Fine Installation by Jacobs #8; Donald L. Edge #17; Robert Edge, #17; a belated notice to the
Cecil Davis, Proprietor Kepler Realty Kabrick. #8; Paul Lankford.#8; Paul P. Funk #17; Arthur L. Chronicle. Mr. and Mrs. Terry
Custom Made Seat Covers StromElectric Robert A.ehman. #8; J.W. Freeman #17; J.B. Goodson Cook announce the birth of a
Glass In 'ailed Pmmndy.I' DUNNELLON, FLORIDA Murphy Jr., #8; M.J. Myers, #17; Ronald L. Green #17; daughter Vivian Kara weighing
N. Magnolia St. & Piembtag. ,Water View lot with access toWithlacOchee #8; James A. Mann, #8; Tony Carl Halteman #17; Stanley 7 pounds born Jan. 23 at Fayetteville -
Bipoleaville 798-3030 Sernce Repairs : River and only Miniaci. #8; Joseph Meta, #8; Hanson #17; Roy Harrison N.C. The father son
Duanellon Crystal Hirer 3 miles from downtown Duna- Charles Y. Parker #8; AbelM. #17; Ernest Kreth Sr., #17; of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cook of
AUTO SERVICE STATIONS eUon fot 66000.. Lot is high Razinha. #8; Louis S. Rawls, Phone Anytime Emergency Read
Keen, 17 is
HU9-2362 795-3257 dry. -, .-, -- J.B. # ; James A.Land, Inverness stationed at Ft.
end fc #8; J.F. Scott #8; Charles L. #17; Charles Miller. #17; Jos. Bragg. The mother is the for-
Springs RandallReal West #8; J.W. Williams #8; B. Murk #17; James C. Nichols mer Katie Williams daughterof Brooksville 796-3028 Service
Standard Station FURNITURE USEDWard's Estate Fred Wiley Sr., #8; Fooza; #17; Edwin M. Purcell. Mr. and Mrs. "Cowboy"
Agency Young, #8; John A. Zelner. #8; #17; Williams of Inverness. - - - - - - - - -- - - - - -
Headquarters for Furniture Co. WATERFRONT MOBILE Orson L. Martin, #9; BurrellL. MotionbyCo nmissioner Gil-
,y Adas Tires: & Delco Batten es We Buy: & Sell New & Used HOME LOTS 1100 down, Waller #9; George E. Ca- strap to adjourn, unless other-
Brake Service-General Repairs Furniture Appliances 130 month. son #7; Cecil H. King #7; wise called together ,by the.
Radiator Flush Repairs Guaranteed 30 days-Terms James Kipling Priest #7; Oli- Chairman. Motion' seconded by ' P shiW' "
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tfomosassa Springs: 710 W. Fort Dade Are.Rroolc Box 468. Homosassa Springs.: ver W. Arnold Jr., #10; Leo- Commissioner Levins motion BoatsMotors S,feWheleeftle
riDe '796-2 nard J. Nangle. #10; James carried.
Peter'sPyre FLORIST GIFTS LARGE MARINA'SITE Arline #10; Earnest D. Neill. Gas Guides -
Oil ServicePure 20 -Acres on:River #10; Rollie L. Budd #10; Le- Grain SignupJulian I5H7RRINR & _11.
---Westovers $30,000, 'TermsArchie Roy H. Oatley #10; Joseph O. Bait Tackle.
Gas Oils Lubrication Berry #10; Stanley Perrow, Kelly chairman of the
Goodrich Tires Batteries and Flowers & GiftsExquisite G. EilandReg. #10; George Behrens. #10; Ben Citrus County ASC committee .I ., \
Assessories Local Discount Gifts .Broker Reed, 10; Henry Otis Brass. reminds farmers that they have i t. }: l ,:;;" ,., '. '.
Given on Cash Sales. For Eyay Occasion .JngH, Flo. -,'447-2333: #10; Edward J. Ritz #10; Enos until March 22 to sign up for '-,,' : J. .> ''. ",
Floral City Ph. 726-2394 Flowers-Bouquets and Designs; M.J. Beam #10; Robert W. participation in the 1963 feed Schlitz I :: : t3 f ... ,
Member FTD Ritz, #10; Tillman C. Crump grain program. ,
Keotfs & Lynch
AUTO'STORE: 709 W. Jefferson #10; William P. Strouble, #10; Only growers who are in the FrH
Booksrille 7SI6-3549 Four Yaakeewwn Hepertjr H.H. Curry #10; L.A. Boswell. program will be eligible for Fishing Contest
Western Auto "" In the Woods Sr., #10; H.L. Connell. #10; price support on their '63 corn,
Tpbaaon Outboard Truettne TV FARM SUPPLIES On the River S.D. Spann. #10; G.M. Cato. grain sorghum and barley. lut -
RCA Vhidpool Refrigerators On the Gulf #10; W.F.NanNess.#10;Samuel Through participation producers Starts Soon ., I
Tires Generators Heff Lots Homes Acreage Catanese #10; Walter F. War- will voluntarily reduce their
Batteries ,
nock #10; William E. Dourm acreage of one or more of the
\hfflers Feed & Farm SupplyBABY.
Western Realtor-Ymkeetown 447-2431, *10; Kenneth V. Webster #10; three feed grain crops by at Get Set Now
Flyer Bicycles .
CHICKS Franklin H. Downward #10; least 20 percent of the farm'sbase : ,
Dmnrilpn HU9-2360 Poultry & Lirestodc Feed RESTAURANTFor George W. Pipgras, #10; C.B. acreage--and will put the
BUILDING SUPPLIES Bulk Deliveries Real Fun Double #10; Gerald J. Davis diverted acreage into an approved Fishing is our lineFor
Dd. Every Wed 'in Gtrus Co. Meet at the #10; R. Atley Donald, #10; R L. conservation use.
Building Materials 600 S. 'Main LighthouseBeer Edwards #10; Harold Godfrey your healths sake eat more fish. We have fresh daily Red
Electrical SuppliesPlumbing Btooksrille 796-3035 #10; Arthur Gouldbourn #10; Fish. Trout Mullet. Grouper. Oysters. Price in the rough 30f fee 48f i
-Paints & Varnishes FARM EQUIPMENT Wines Dancing Cecil M.George. #10;L.D.Hur fl per lb. Your catch filleted stored frozen & shipped. Guided Freeh
and Water Pumps to Anyone Steaks SandwichesFree ley. #10; Donald E. Giddens, '
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Chops IIlC & Salt Water Tours. blocks S.W. from traffic light.
At Savings 2'" -41>>' Trov's Fish Every 2nd Friday #10; Gilbert C. Hudlow, #10; SfE g'i

680. W. Hays, Inc. Floral City E.B. Hacker. #10; Billy F.Hall. Crystal River Ph. 795-2932
Tractor & Equipment #10; Lloyd Jones. #10;EdgarR.

mails <<1-2701 ..rasa -Ferguson Sales&Setv Happy's Hi-Hat Kogelschatz; Dale C. Locke ELECTRIC CUSS BOTTOM BOATS
New & Used Farm Equipment #10; Richard H. Lannerd
BUILDING MATERIALS New Holland Hay Balers. Cocktail Lounge Store #10; Walter J. Leonard #10; J!
Package
King Gore Harrows "Meet Here for the Russell E. Macy #10; H. Dale
RobllsolScofleldLI.ller .
EOlard & Bitch Hoes Marker #10; Lewis F. Meng.
Best of Spirits" #10; Henry E. Messer. 10 i4 s'a4sce 1fItd 21t4 BI
Co.YourHeadgnarters. Boolesrillg .796-2311= Homosassa Springs Hwy 1.998Buster's Floyd E. MeElroy, #10;John#W.; e 4nie4 ti1 ,

fox "JEWELERFlo's, Alligood #15; W.A. Bellamy
Building! Material Swap Shop Jr., #15; Clower Faucette #15; :, / u sede Zlou .C TJepid .11,
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Lumber Jewelry G.B. Gavin #15 Albert I L. ,.... ,-. :Jtf'! ', -
a Concrete Block Markham #15; Harry W. Mar- : .. : '
& PhotographyVatchesDiamondsSitrerware & Auction. low #15; Woodrow W. Martin. ...
Dooacllon HU9240XBEAUTY
#15; Ralph C. Farmer #15; '. .' ,
Expert Watch RepairsPortraitWeddingsCandid 1 Mile No. Route 98 & 50 Bennie B. Sapp #15; Geo. J. t. '
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I SHOP ; Brooksville Ask anyone. Altenberger #15; c.E. Armstrong tt"

ShumaoBlk. #14; John Quincy Adams /1- :
Mirror Beauty Salon Dunndlon HU9-2316 We buy and sell and Trade #14; Henry Anderson #14;V.A. RA "
Hair Styling anything & everything. Auction Bailey #14; Edgar Lee Benjamin You Get .
Sale every Sat.Night-7:30p.m. #14; Almon W. Craven. #14; .,
Permanent Waves Dealers WELCOME. Orville T. Cumberland #14; More And
David A. Croft #14; Donald
If. Hwy 19 N lacUs 4&72315'BOATS NURSERY TILE PLASTERING Henry Cottle. #14; Glenn Max-

Duane ey Dunn #14; John H. DeBusk Pay Less -
MOTORS MoschafiRB's Nsrsery on #14; James E. Ellis #14; Ce- .
.'ShrabaErerjreena Tile & Plastering. cil H. Fowler #14; Robert J.
Crystal Outboard Ceramic Tile BMhcoomv-Fioocs Henwood. #14; Luther Hall #14;

Roses $5o wet Sulla-Sink :rop..Rep ain. Joseph T. Jarret. #14; A.F. f $9,650.
Motors Bedding Plants Plsstejiag for New and Repairs Jackson. #14: Joseph L. Johns .
M Bik. w: of u.s. 19 Soft Tile Floor #14; Oliver E. Mott. #14; Ver-
Sernce: on All Outboards Springs 124 ttlliaaa St. non Miley, Sr. #14; George C. t Oi Your LotBedtt
Lam Boy Lawn Movers Homotossa Dnnnellon HU 9-2852 May. #14; William Huey Ogle,
Crystal River 795-2397 Jr., #14; Ernest Peake #14; ?JIt This All Electric Hone, Deslflri And Ivilt forth C..torts.7k
G.B. Pennybacker #14; Bobby
DRUGGIST OFFICE SUPPLIES TELEVISIONaye's Roberts #14; Daniel W. Scott Of Florida Livtai
#14; Norman S. Savary #14; 7U1ed .
Lewis' Thomas Z. Siko. #14; Lynwood 2 bedroomskitchen with built-in range and oven, QA..4 ae BvtK6 wft C0MMM4P
Noll's Store Service
Drug AH Office Needs TV Sales & Scott #14; Nicholas J. Solyer O I.I "'A' tile bath, colored fixtures lifetime tile roof wafer wel Mft* eM *..* 2
Prescriptions na-Crystal-Luticig Gifts Sales Ac Scrrice #14; W.A. Swimm #14; Wilbur /Of1L41V104 F car garage may be seen In Lockshlre Park. ;
Sickroom "The House of Seht &Sound" L. Spafford, Sr., #14; Austin
Supplies Art
CosaetiesSundaes Supplies I? Notions. ,.Zenith: Admraf MatooU: Allen. Jr.. #5; Dennis L. Allen Inverness Construction CO. i2i7 '
Fabrics -
Sewing .l"**** / service
Duanellon 009-2-<<1 5' N. MainRrookaville RCA Soles & #5; John F. DeSimone ,
After Hrs.. Tel. HU9-2291 796-2636 ora River 795-2246; #5; T.R* King #5: Wade H.
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On Aircraft Carrier Presbyterian Women Te Near 1Mlev" .
At a special meeting of the Miss Stella ae.rdaly.
Maurice E. Johnson, airman Kitty i Hawk as a unit of the f First Presbyterian Church Women All Women of the Church are
apprentice USN son of Mr.and Seventh Fleet on her first Western 7:30 p.m. March 6,"a review urged to attend ReOvAfnents
I Mrs. Maurice S. Johnson of Pacific cruise. iii! of the book "On the Rim of will bt; served by t4 World
Floral City is aboardthe The Hawk's first port rt
serving Kitty East Africa", will be given by Mission Committee.
attack aircraft carrier USS was Yokosuka. -Japan.Washday ;:-_' '4' -_ _ Mrs. Clarence E. Fordyce and

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24 Hour Self Service Laundry WEST COAST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS, the Crystal River Hough Ronnie Lewis. Johnny Williams and Billy Glllilancf;
junior varsity, gained the loop crown recently on their home (second row) Sam Lyons, William Earl Sparkman, Kenny Pur-
Corner of Grace Apopka\ Sts. Inverness, Fla. court by edging the jayvees from Citrus High, 39-37, in the cell, Dale Renninger, Eddie Tolle, and Bobo Roberts. The
final rounds of the conference tourney. Williams and Purcell team's season record (except for Friday night--no report) is
were high scorers In the important loop victory. The junior 14 wins and 5 losses Friday night's game with Anthony ended
Pirates, left to right, are: (front) Carmen Marchese, Lannie tie regular season of play. ohoto by David Evans

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i tZ ai Pirates Walk Plank,3835Anthony's Hurricanes End Season In WinThe


regular season of basket- along in the last half, the Gulf
m Red Devils turned Others helping the effort included -
CURIOSITYCAN ball came to an active close over High winners trailed the Hur-
their "fork" on the Pirates of Evan, 4; Blanchard, 3; and "
the weekend for the Citrus for Z .A. ND 'Y' i 31t
BE FATAL Crystal River Saturday night Bowman, 2. High ricanes by seven points
Hurricanes, with 51-46 the last of
win two
a quarters play.
and gave the county lads a loss It was slow going in the first
Lake ..12 8 14 10--44
over Weir on Friday night Citrus.
of three points,38-35,in the last two quarters, with Coach
Every child is born curious. Eacn one has an of Ware's and a loss to Gulf High 59-44. Gulf.22 20 8 9--59 LZYZrTGBuild
l game the season. boys leading halftime
irresistible desire to touch and taste everything During the recent Rainbow 20-11. Saturday night. For the local lads of Coach

I within their reach. You must keep harmful Tournament at Dunne lIon, After the rest period how- Doug Johnston and Mike Fitz- John Hull it was Mike Fitz-

objects away from them. Coach Al Ware's Pirates blast- ever, the Red Devils got hot patrick lead their team to vict- patrick out front with 16 big That New Home
No medicine is harmless if too much is swal- ed the Red Devils 65-51, butcouldn't and couldn't be cooled off by ory against Lake Weir with 20 points, followed by center Doug
and 17 points respectively. The Johnston who also hit in the
lowed. Simple household articles, ,drain cleaners keep up the pace Sat- the home team before the
visiting losers held the doubles for 10 Others
upper points.
urday night. whistle had blown, and Coach
m-- paints; all are dangerous. Call a physician hand fort he first half of the adding to the final score were
The Pirates, now left with a Andy Porter's Anthony team
if trouble comes. Phone us if you can't locate 4-13 regular season mark,were had the game by three narrow, game, leading the local lads bya Bedford, 6; King 6; Hill, 3.

one quickly. We'll help you get one. paced by Hambree and Schiral- but necessary, points. single point, 26-25. But the Spears, 2; and Allen, 1. Bridge St. Dunnetton

di, with 9 points each, and Anthony.6: 5 16 11--38 Citrus cagers and fourth moved ahead in Nassau County in 1961 led all
thethird fora
e by Green, who netted 8 points. C. River..9 11 9 6--35Sportsmen's quarters Florida counties in pulpwood
five point marginal win in Deliveries
Free
YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE'US when the bag. production, followed by St. .

you n.*dU i It "shopping nearby. A great mane.opl. BowlSTANDINGS the 'Canes were Spears, 9;

entrust us with their prescriptions. : Hill 3; and Bedford, 2. BOWLES
Uoy' we compound yours? Lake Weir..14 12 7 13--46 Saw FilingOur Hu 9-2400

Inverness. ..10 15 11 1551On

C Saturday night Gulf of Specialty Try Us .
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BEN.NETT"S'DRUG HIS N HER LEAGUE Carrolls Ready Mix 16 8 the baskets during the first EDDIE'S
WON LOST Dolphin Deep.. ea FishlS!' 11 half, leaving the home boys LUMBER CO.
Connors Office Supply 13/2 6/2 Welch Cabinet Shop 13 11 trailing at the rest period by Across from Police Station,
Miss Milwaukee Deep Main Street Garage 11 13 22 decisive points. Coasting
STORE ,, 12
Sea Fishing 8
I.G.A. Fo xlliner 11 13
Carlson Realtor 12 8
Sportsmens Sundries 10 14
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Segars Real Estate 12 8 Sumter Electric 8 16
s PHONE 726.2731 INVERNESS A
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Cookie Cutters 12 8
Carlson 7
Realtor 17

Bennetts Rexall Dr. 10 10 Jnverness Construction 4 20 .. .... ,, / -
R&H Renes Bldrs. 9/2 10/2 HIGH'TEAM SERIES ,,_., '-'- r'J . .' !', . J"
Buzby Tax Service 9 11 ... 'i'"i. . .
Pure '
Oil 2581
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Ceramic Stud.9 11
Springs
Metz Construction 2518
Smith & Ogden 6 14
jfIVEYNEWL7I
HIGH TEAM GAME
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Dolphin Deep Sea Pure Oil 945 [
Fishing 6 14
Carrolls Ready Mix 924
Chick Chitty Ford 9 11 HIGH IND. SERIES
HIGH TEAM SERIES Carl 617
Buzby -
% Chick Chitty 2012 Mack Lawrence 598
4 Miss HIGH Milwaukee 2009 HIGH IND. GAME :1k.
TEAM GAME Carl 216
Buzby ,
Miss Milwaukee112 Albert Jordan 215 ::.
YLrkeL Cookie Cutters 702
TRI COUNTY
) HIGH IND. SERIES R&H Renes 24 8
Albert Jordan 600 V-8 !
Concrete Products 22 10
Harold
I Bonlfield 578 Ossenfort Builders 18 14
Evelyn Hood 536 Dunkel Court 18 14
Ann Zalencki 529
Little John Tile 16 16

i HIGH Albert IND.Jordan GAME 224 Cooks Pharmacy 15 17 'r I F Choose from 16 models!
Fero Insurance 14 18
Dale Locke 214 Builders Supply 14 18 it+ ; w Now you can get America's favorite
Ann Zalencki 224 Sportsmens Bowl 12 20 igj41 compact-teamed with a lively new
I Evelyn Hood 191 Shutts Electric 7 24 models-
500 SCRATCHDan \ i V-8. Choose from sixteen
Fero Insurance 53 27 HIGH TEAM SERIES S sedans,hardtops,convertibles,wagons,
R&H Renes 2752 .
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Crystal River Roof. 50 30 Ossenfort Builders 2612 ; Lltvaae>a' exciting new Fakon Sprints-add V-B.
Yandles Gulf 45 35 -and learn just how much fun driv-
HIGH TEAM GAME .
Cravens Barber 44 36 be.
Shop R&H Renes 922 = ing can
West Coast Title 44 36 HIGH IND. SERIES +. V-8 powered Fakon Sprints made a
Super Cat 34 47 Don Erne; 600 \\ \ -- dramatic debut in Europe-sweeping
' Yes, You Could FindTreasure. Ertles Plastering 28 50 Cliff Allard 582 /, r 1// !; = their class! in the grueHmg 2.500-mile
H. Bonifield 22 58
HIGH IND. GAME r/ i Monte Carlo Rallye.
HIGH TEAM SERIES Wayne Rolph 227 511111
Sunken Crystal River Roofing 1593H. -- Judge Falcon's championship performance -
.. Don Ertle 226 1 l
Bonifield 1577 PIN BUSTERS 1 for yourself--test-drive a

HIGH TEAM GAMEH. Bowles Lumber Co. 23 5 ;/' ,, lively new Falcon V-8 today!

.. but a surer way of coming into money is to Bonifield 582 Dampiers Mannequins 20 8 h/ .V.g engine is stMferd. M Falcon. $po.tio.si. Mother
Cravens Barber Shop 580 19 9 Falcons(tactadmc station ws..... Not available. in
save regularly at FIRST I.G.A. FoodUner
FEDERAL. Start
next I
HIGH IND. SERIES .. Falcon\ Station Bus and CM) Wafom.
payday by opening a Savings Ac'unt. Johnston Fill Din 18 10
Bob Simon 581 Winns Pharmacy 16 12 America's liveliest, most care-free carol I

When you save with usyour dollars go to work for Tom Alwin 580 Acme Hardware 14 14 \ S
you and earn generous Dividends. Before you knowit. HIGH IND. GAME Metz Home Bldrs. 13 15Sweat's \ i I FORD
Tom Alwin 231 \ :
you'll have a tidy nestegg ..1 the money to do 13 15
the things you want to do, when you want to do them! Verl Grant 224 Floral City Cash Groc.12 16
FIRST NIGHTERSPure Weeds Honey Dippers 10 18 Filcon .fan ane. .FOfcS Thu/xJ t t' Oil Fire Birds 18 6 Dunkel Court 5 23 '.
Home Furniture 17 7
Coffee Kettle 5 23
Metz Construction 16 8 HIGH
TEAM SERIES
Bowles Lumber Co. 2232 L i
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HIGH TEAM GAME

Johnstons Fill Dirt 756 / -T T 1 1 1F 1I
CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE Swap Shop Bowles Lumber Co. 755

HIGH IND. SERIES
Highway- #98-Brooksville Jan Crowe 534
Ask anyone Nell Jordan 506

% Auction Every HIGH IND. GAME
Jan Crowe 218

41 Sat. Night 7:30: Juanita Lawrence195

A YEAR! r DEALERS WELCOME A University of Florida scientist -
at the J. Hillis Miller Health
fit Center is conducting ,research
We Buy and Sell which may lead to an effective
Payable Semi-Annually coral snake anti-venom.

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Earn From, The 1st urtwuu nwm.1* ,

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PTA Chicken Piieau Set March -' '" i'
,, Supper 12 Deeds Recorded Inverness Personals: : { ,?; ,jJ'. 'J' 'I

HERNAfJDO--There will bea oat: and see what the school is ..: :
chicken pileau supper in the doing. Proceeds from the chicken Feb. 12 through Feb. 20, 1963 Unit 1. MIKE'S SEVEN SEAS RESTAURANT

'Hernando 'School lunchroom on pileau supper will be used Rainbow Estates Inc. to Oak Isle, Inc. to Eugene E. & Mrs..Mae HenleyGirl Phane>> ,7261822USMC '

': March 12, from 5 for PTA.funds. Ernst & Ruby Ohff; Lots 9 & Betty C. Meahl Jr.; Lot 3,
I'p' .m. iinti} 8 p'clock Mrs Harold 10, Block C. Unit 1, Rainbow Block A, Oak Isle. Hwy. 41 HtruMii Fta.
An show
car planned Scouts Intermediate
antique .
lobets. is chairman. Troop ,
of
Estates. Norwood B. & Mary Lee son Mr. R.M.Rogers, .v"
:: Spc nsojed by the Hernando as a major attraction for the Evelyn F. Cultice;Lands in Sect Trotter to Alice Virginia Head 181 had a Thinking Day program visited his family and friends 1
*'PTA 'ipgt will Central Florida Fair which will at the meeting on Feb. 18, at for
{ sapper precede 11-18-18. (formerly Alice Virginia Trot- a few days last week.Harold
'the : \\x, 'TA meeting and be held Feb. 25 through March Jeffie Smith to Robert L. & ter): Lands in Sect. 29-19-17. which time they were presented will leave soon for the Marine

all mgp} -%-are urged to come 2 in Orlando. Hideko Smith; Lot 90, Unit 2, William P. & Bonnie E. Whit- with their World's Assoc. Corp. Air Station, El Toro 21 Golden Brown Shrimp fried to perfect *. Preach
w River Gardens. tenbeck to O. Richard & Mazie pin. Refreshments were served. Calif. for a duration of duty. Fries-cold Slaw & ice tea or coffee, tectadiag the

Withlacoochee Cove Corp. to M. Welch; Lots 1, 2341617. The next meeting will be heldin Mrs. Arthur Dyer was honored basket, eat it here or take it tome for a aouvealr. '

4" Thank You James A Lawrence Sr. and 18 & 19. Block D, Pine Hill the Fellowship Hall of the guest at a surprise birthday All for only $1.25
,
Methodist
Church.
Carrie L. Lawrence, his wife: Addition to the City of Inverness party Thursday at her home.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank my Weekend guests of Mr. and ,
Lot 14, Block 24, Unit 3, WithLaPopka Garland B. Potterfield to Guests attending were Mr. and
many supporters in our City Election. Mrs. Johnson Savary was Mrs.Savary's Mrs. Pierce
Islands. James B. & Lula D. Williams; Harry Mr. and
I am proud to that we fought in hard but dignified mother Mrs.
say Louise
Billy F. & M Tract 27 & 28, Block Mayfair Mrs. Herbert Kenyon, Mr. and
.. manners.' Now I would like to urge each and everyoneto Garden Acres. Tarr and Burkie Clark of Sara- Mrs. C.A. Vause, Mrs. Annie

cooperate'with our present City Council. No finerslate' 12 1963 Garland B. Potterfield to Har- sota.Guest Mae Hensley and son Rocky.
Feb. through Feb. 20,
of City officials: could we ask for II am sure that of Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs.
Rainbow Estates, Inc. to ry M. Lofton; Tract 9, Block::: Raymond Dyer
they will, at all times, have the best interests of our Ernst & R'lby Ohff; Lots 9 & Potterfield Mayfair GardenAC- F. Strubel Gospel Island, and Mrs. Arlene Brink..Ho.mosassa.
City in all of their endeavors. is Mrs. Katherine Belsotta of
10, Block C, Unit 1, Rainbow
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I' res.Tom Newark, N.J. She expects to be
Estates. B. & Tymesia M.Walker
John G. Dampierpaid here several weeks. tl
Rolling Oaks Corp.to Garl L.8 to Acy J. & Mollie H. Swails; t .0"
of and
Evelyn F.Cultice;Lands in Sect Lot 10. Block IS, Unit 3. Hick- Guests Mr. mrs. Adolf \
C.r
( political advertisement) 11-18-18. ory Hill Retreats. Stucberg was Mr. and Mrs. By Mrs. Vincent HavensAt \) .
of Rome I ,
Jack Higby Wis.
Jeffie Smith to Robert L. & Tom B. & Tymesia M.Walkerto
Hideko Smith; Lot 90, Unit 2, U.S.or Ollie Woolfolk,Lot 57. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. N.J. the home f Mr. and
Marshall were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W.S. Evans, Baptist teen-
Block I
River Gardens. Unit 1. Hickory Hill r
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Withlacoochee Cove Corp. to Retreats. Bill Fanning and Mrs. Fanning'sfather agers enjoyed a Valentine party
Mr. James Haney of last week. Guess were March 9 1963 1:00
BOOTS Mikliff mem- Saturday at P.M.
James A Lawrence Sr. and Corp. to Anton& Fran-
Carrie L. Lawrence, his wife; ces Borkowski; Lot 50 Sunkist Sidney, O. bers of classes taught by Mrs. Location: Town of Old Homosassa, near School
Lot '14, Block 24, Unit 3, With- Estates. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shaw of Fvans and by Vincent Havens. House Follow Auction signs. House Trailer ad
BOOTS La-Popka Islands. Charles Lee & Sara Elizabeth Decatur, O. were guests of Mr. Rev. Stephens, pastor, and his beautiful Trailer Site in the Picturesque Towa of

: Billy F. & Mary Jo. Greer to Hamilton to Charles Lee Hamilton and Mrs. N.J. Marshall Sunday. daughter LindafromGrovelandattended Old Homosassa, near the Homosassa river famous

Charles I. & Betty Jane Pounds; ; Lots 347 & 348 & S 1/2 Mrs. Joe Savary spent the the party. Mrs. Evelyn for it's good fishing. Well with plenty of water
EngineerCowboyWeIIingtonRuhber of weekend in Lakeland visiting Nelson arrived early to help get electric pump.
Lot 6, Unit 1, Greer s Point. Lots 340 & 341 of Dunklin'sAddition
Margie L. Holbrook to LewisW. to Citronelle. her sister Mrs. B.G. Langston. the party going,other adults who Terms: 20 cash Balance announced at sale.
Students spending the weekendat helped were Mrs. Duncan Mac- Also be sold Truck load of Household
1 & Avis A. Bon; Lots 3 & 4, Mikliff Corp. to Robert L. & to : goods,
Block 2, Crystal Acres. Ruth D. Quimby Lot 90 Sunkist home were Miss MarianStewart Rae, Miss Pauline Sanders Mr. refrigerator, motor etc. Terms: Cash.
., Robert K. & August F. Scottto Estates. with her parents Mr. and and Mrs. W.H. Sanders Jr. and To Buy or Sell See COL. DENVER D. COLBURN. '
Mrs. R.W. Stewart; Jeff Lewis the Vincent Havens. Realtor Liquidator, Auctioneer. "He sells the earth
Ralph & Ruth Lang; Lot 66, Kennerji F. & Mary B. Mc-
CITRUS Eden Gardens First Addition.W. Laughlin md Manuel R. & Bel- with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W.H. Sanders Jr. is and all that's on it"

Burton Rogers to Paul mira Torres to Sylvio Cote S.M. Lewis and Nellie Sue Dias spending this week in Tampa, Offices: Highway #98 North and 16 W. Jefferson. S

SHOE CENTER William Idell; Lot 4, Block 319. Leda Cote his wife & Edward and her cousin Hogie Stricklandof guest of Mr. and.Mrs. Harry Brooksville Florida. Phone 796-2908 or 796-4400.
Tampa with Miss Dias' Nelson.
Unit 8, Villa Terrace Town of Cote, Oakdale Estates, Sect. 1, par-
ents Mr. and Mrs.Marvin Dias. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Graffaof
Block 2
Lot 30.
Homosassa. ,
104 W. Main Inverness, Fla Guests of mrs. Fred Yoderon Columbus Ind. are on vaca-
Emory & Rheba G. Cowart and Kenneth F. & Mary B. Mc-
Charles W.& A my J.Rush,Jr.; Laughlin and Manuel R. & Bel- Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. tion here. HEATS FAST !
Claude Snowden of Eustis and Mr. and Mrs. Robert A.
to Robert E.&Grave V.Ferrell; mira Torres to JohnC.Kudzma
Lot 206. Unit 3, River Gardens. Oakdale Estates. Sect. I, Lots Mr. and Mrs. Seb Ridgon of Stricklin in charge of Homo-
Leesburg.Mr. sassa Inn since the first of the COOKS FAST -/l
W. H. Wells to Donald L. & 15, 16, 17 & 18, Block 5.
Beautiful i Citrus County Dorothy B. Hunter, Lot 13, Kenneth F. & Mary B. Mc- and Mrs. Raymond Dyer year, are enjoying their new
and Mrs. Arlene Brinkhavere- work. Mr. Stricklin is retired
Block 22, Parsons Point addi- Laughlin and Manuel R. & Bel- GENERALS ELECTRIC
turned to their home from
in Indi- government employee
tion to Hernando. mira Torres to Leo & Florence
cott N.Y. after a two weeks Washington D.C. Their former
A.E. & Burnice C.Sheill to Phaneuf Oakdale
; Estates,Sect.
visi with their home Alexandria
parents Mr. was Va. They
Kenneth R. & Jane C. Guyatt; JU Lot 9, Block 4. and Mrs. Arthur Dyer. entertained friends at a dinner
Lot 7, Block 12, Unit 1, Inver- e
.. ness Acres. Charles Dana Schwebel ta New residents are Mr. and party Saturday night guests
.r William Charles O. & Gladys Schwebel; Oata Leonard of Milwaukee, were Col. and Mrs. Joe Schoenof
C. & Juanita O. An-
derson Lands in Sect. 15-19-16. Wis. They are building a homein Inverness Mr.and Mrs Paul RANGE
to Otto B. & JosephineL.
Garland B. Potterfield to John Bel Air, Gospel Island. Barth and Mr. and Mrs. oral _
Allen 10
Lot Block 5
: of the .
r. L. Salter: Lots 5 & 6, Block J, Pvt. 1/c Harold E. Rogers, Garrison of Tampa and Alexandria rOSHtUTTOH..hwtfe COKe OYIN lie u- MASTUTKOIS r.
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,.i Lot to Mac 6, Block C. & Martha 6, Apache E. Shores Haines; Lloyd & Helen M. Queen to 3, 4,5, 6, Block A Backwaters and Dr. and Mrs.Woodward,all =. ;;, ,-;' ==..... .....
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Kenneth T. & Edna A. Downs; of Tampa, honored Mrs. Walsy -
Lot 3, Block 128, of Town of Robert H. & Alice Lake Parker with a birthday party at the Inn
to Millard Ray & Yettie Mae USY-HT OVEN TIMER 1.J.t 1. ,
Homosassa. on Saturday.Out end Minute Timer *'
: SOD Citrus County Land Bureau Jordan; Lots 9, 10, 11, 12, isying with Eustace Lock-

Inc. to Eric M. & Rachel K. Block 201, Town of Homosassa. lear were R.H.Weatherford and M N.. M.A..1M.,. .ki..
I i BUNTS FISHING .15 per sqr ft. Frohman; Lots 7,8& 9, Block Woodland Estates Inc. to Ern- H.D. Cofer, of Chattanooga.Mr. / --.rk.h.......,f0.i./a H_ .r.'. $.. .M fir
RESORTc. 85, Unit Inverness Highlands. est O. & Dora C. Clay; Lot 11, and Mrs. Milton Kline and /

., Red Bud Trees .95 Withlacoochee Cove Corp. to Block 13, Unit 2-A. Woodland Mr. and Mrs. Jake Friedman

; : : PineappleKiefferPears Edwin J. & Gertrude H. Budz- Estates. Atlanta; Dr. and Mrs. Horace
w' :' $1.45 ban; Lots 64, Block8WithLaPopka Pearl 81 EA. Keddie to OliveB. Bladwin of New York City, and 519900
: i' : ;,.. CamelliaAzaleain Islands, Unit 3. Allen; Lands in Sect.* 21- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Karsch

Bloom .75 Withlacoochee Cove Corp to 18-17. of New London, Conn. are all
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Figs, Crepe-Myrtle .75 William Hurst & Lily Mae Bar CXM. &-Ruth W. McQuarrie here on vacation.Mr. By any measure...
Citrus full of blooms $2.75 ry; Lot 6, Block 3, Unit 1, to Jessie W. Woodward; Lot 19, and Mrs. Emory Hewlettof \ > \ :
Islands.Sportsmen's Sunset Shores Addition to Wood- Hannah ind. ,I There as"General Electric I
LANDSCAPE NURSERY WithLa-Popka are guests of is nothing"just j as good f
ward Park.
SPORTSMANS PARK Developing Corp.to relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
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J.O. & Yvette LaLanne; Lot Jess W. Woodward to C.M. & Foust.
Ruth W. McQuarrie; Lot 20, Homosassa
Civic Club held a J J&W
Sunset Park.Shores Addition Woodward social Tuesday night Feb. 26.

Business and electionof
meeting
A A-MARINE PLYWOOD BOATSThe Rolling Oaks Corp. to Frank officers will be held March 5.
& Sabina Farrell; Lot 5, Block

Very Best Materials 4, Unit 1 of Beverly Hills. The spiny boxfish says Capt. Automotive
caiycraft Boat Works Woodland Estates, Inc. to Bill Gray of the Miami Sea-

W.R. & Stella Stinnett; Lot 15, quarium, can be easily recog-
7 U.S. 41 N. Sportsmen's Park Block 7, Unit 1. Woodland Es- nized by its plaintive expres-

IBIock S. Bowling Alley tates. sion and baby blue eyes. Supply



Here is a view of Bunts Fishing Resort, lust vest; of Highway Public NoticeIN

19 and right on the Crystal River.At this beautifu! Citrus county Sales & Service
".sort, you. can enjoy fresh water and salt water fishing. There* New Patented Pecan THE CIRCUIT COURT OF water. Florida,this the 19 day of Appliance -
-ere two docks from which you can fish, and many fish from the ,THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR- February A.D. 1963.

ank.. Boats and mot,rs are for rent. This resort features bright CUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA FRANCIS WILLIAMS as Clerkof Hwy. 19 S. Rivir
STEWART MAHAN CROSS Crystal
kitchenette Apts., TV and air-conditioned. Some have. two bed* IN AND FOR CITRUS said Court
room COUNTY, By Virginia S. Williams As De-
Large and most delicious of all. CHANCERY No. 1566 puty Clerk. Ph. 795-3163

Benjamin Berkowitz Plaintiffvs. Publish Feb. 21, 28, March 7,
Also makes beautiful shade Warren Hunnicutt et ux. et 14. 1963.

r BuntsFishing Moss Oaks al Defendants.

Landscape NurseryU.S. NOTICE OF SUIT

Resort Trailer Court Sales THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO

41 N. Sportsmen's Park J.F. Roy and Hazel L. Roy his Citrus CountySChronicle ( .
High Cry Shady Lots wife; Walter Kosin and Ann S.
I Crystal RI.ver, Florida. AOULTSONIYSpecial 1 Block S. Bowling AlleySciwaya's Kosin, his wife; and A.G. Os-

Modern Cottagesfvinrude wald, and if married _____
Motors Oswald, his wife.
>> Year-round
Rate
You are hereby notified that a ERVINGALL
a Guides Boats TRAIL ERS FOR RENT suit has been brought againstyou CITRUS COUNTY y

Iy C Air ConditioningTY. : Save More At in the Circuit Court for Published every Thursday by -

'. :Hwy.. 41 S. Inverness Citrus County, Florida, in, the Citrus County PublishingCo. The
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Phone 795.2242 Chancery, by Benjamin Berko- at 107 N. Apopka St., Inverness -
Phone 726-1212 FULL FULL Florida. Established
$1798 witz.You are hereby required to in 1890. Entered as second

PRICE PRICE serve 'upon Harris, Barrett. class mail at the post officeat ImportShoppe

WEEKEND RETREATS McGlothlin, Dew&Sieber plain- Inverness, Florida.
MidtownTrailer I Choice of 7 locations. Chassa- TM M<. Include Ft4rot To*, ..",te*, handling end dtlivtry in Ocala. tiff's attorneys whose addressis

I Park lawitzka River, Crystal River 1963 RAMBLER 719 Florida National Bank HERMAN W. GOLD ER.J .
Inverness Withlacoochee Building, St. Petersburg,Florida President
Backwaters (3)) Withlacoochee AMERICAN "220" 2 DOOR a copy of your written de- ROBERT L. CHAMBERLAIN;'

1 black So. of Court House River at Nobleton. fenses to the Bill.of Complaintin PublisherBOB

Back of. Marty's Diner -SOME WITH PRIVATE said suit on or before the 25 G. TANNEHILL. s SportswearGifts
WATERFRONT PARK BOAT day of March 1963 and the original News Editor
Special Year 'Round Rates RAMPS & DOCKS.Average size r .r of said written defenses RUSSELL FORD. Advertising

Large Mobile Home ,Sites 60 x 140 from $395.00 to $595. shall be filed with the Clerk of SCY HIBBARD JR..

Trailers for. Rent Adults 00. $10.00 down. $10.00 per said Court. The purpose of said Production Supt.
Econ-D-Y/ash Month. No restrictions.: Write suit is mortgage foreclosureand Accessories

Inverness Phone 726-4371 for brochure. Glenn Bland Bill r the property proceeded a- : Subscriptions, $3.50 a year in i
Dicks Real Estate Dunnellon.' gainst is described as follows: Citrus, Marion,Hernando.Levy For theDISCRIMINATING
; Ph. 489-2328 Government Lots I, 2,3 and 6 of and Sumter counties 6 months

Section 33, Government Lots 1, $2.25. Elsewhere In U.s. $4.50a WOMANPlantation
I 2,3, 4 and the North 1/2 of Sect year. 6 months $3.00; $5.50
Woody's Motor Court STANDARD EQUIPMENT INCLUDES ion 34. Government Lots 1.4, a year in Canada.Subscriptionsmailed

Orange HotelRight Ceramic Tiled Shower Turn tlgnoli, dowbl safety broke system, sell 0duitmg| brokers 2 "e' 5 and S 1/2 of Lots 2 and 3, outside Florida part of
Decorated battery. ell fdtw. fuel lank filter, front arm rests dual sun visor, front a.H and N 1/2 of Lot 3 of Section the year take the $4.50 rate.
.', EVERYTHING Newly trey, bvrnper guards front and roar, front .al foam cushion, demo liflht 35, Government Lot 8 of Section
in the COMFORTABLE TO AWAY MAKE FROM YOU I lifetime guarantee muffler and tailpipe, transmission and rear axle lubricants 36, all in Township 19 South, When address is changed,send
need anti-freeze. '
never changing permanent Range 16 East; Government Lot the Chronicle both your old and:
HOME
Heart" ,of Town Separate Units, away from $198 DOWN 36 Payments flt $54.45 per 3 of Section: 2, Government Lot your new addresses. New address Hotel

--Very! :.Cay highway noise, quiet and month, includes credit life. 1 of Section 3, in Township 20 alone Is not sufficient.

"Rooms by where relaxation is 1% SoUt Tax, Tog TitU, Etc.. (dr. South Range 16 East: Togetherwith
all riparian rights and sub- THE CHRONICLE Is a member Crystal Him
Day-Week-ar Month r predominant. SAWAYA AUTOMOTIVE merged lands in connection of Florida Press Assoc1atlortCitrus '
Reasonable-Rates Commercial Rates. 4 acres therewith including mineral County Hoars Of ee10A.M.te 1 I P.iii.

'Ph' T726.1821 for parking Commercial: ) KAMIUI- PLYMOUTH -HILLMAN rights. Chamber of Commerce

.. .. trucks. 2 EAST JEFFERSON PHONE !I2 4UJ River Glased 1II.u.s
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Water at Turn Of Century == die undersigned will apply to
a the regular swains of the Legislature -
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I I INVERNESS.J: St. Margaret's Episcopal HOLDER J daily chores 'was to keep a hotel the goat in harness and when FLORAL CITYBy convening in regular sessionin

& {I. Church Baptist Church ran by his mother suppliedwith his mother called a second time April 1963 to adopt a local
First Methodist Clear;b, Rev. I :Rev. Merrill A. Norton. Vicar Sunday School 10:00 a.m. water. the goat dutifully ook off fort MRS. DON SHINGLER act of the Legislature relatingto

Morris C, Gaskins, Pastor 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Of course, there were no 1e court house. Phone 726-5966 Citrus County; defining junkyards

Sunday: 10:00 a.m. Church School Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. water mains in the town. In Pulling up to the well, the FLORAL CITY--Annette Jal- ; defining trash dumps\ ;

.9:45 a.m. Church school I 11:00 a.m. Divine Service j fact, there was only one well goat began baaing until he attracted bert and Carolyn Parker repre- authorizing the Board of County
.rr a.m. Morning worship HERNANDO that being on the grounds of the attention of one of sented the Floral City Girl Commissioners to regulate junk

'6:30 p.m. Methodist YouthFeUowshlp r Church of the Nazarene, the Citrus County Court House. the county employees who came Scouts at Cadette Conference yards and trash dumps; providing -

CRYSTAL RIVER Rev. Don Croft Pastor. Crawford was equipped with a out, filled the barrel with water held at Camp Ocklawaha in the for penalty; declaring cer-
7:30 St. Ann's Episcopal, Rev. Merrill School 10:00 strong (muscles and odor and the goat returned to the
.. p.m. Evening worship Sunday a.m. ) billy Ocala National Forest last tain junk yards and trash dumpsto
A. Norton, vicar Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. goat a wagon and a large cypress hotel.After weekend according to Mrs. be a nuisance: providing for
Jk, First Baptist, Rev. thomas! N. Route 19 N.Y.P.S. 6:45 p.m. molasses barrel.His wasa the first successfultrip Jean Shingler.Mrs. tile abatement thereof; and providing -

Channel!, pastor Sunday Services 9:30 a.m. Evangelistic Service 7:30p.m.; herculean task, indeed, since Crawford was often free C.J. Parker and Wanda an effective date.

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Holy Communion and SermonSt. the water Crawford and the goat for fishing and other youthful Tuggy crooked for the 75 Girl DATED at Inverness Florida,

t Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 a.m. First Baptist Church 1 hauled was for drinking, bath- sports by the simple expedientof Scouts who attended from the on 22 February 1963.

Training Union 6:30 a.m. Benedict's Catholic Church Rev. A.L. Flurdy pastor ing, laundry and all. leaving the goat in harness Council. Theme of the camp was BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -

Sun. Evening Worship 7:45 p.m. Sunday Masses: 1. 9:30 and Sunday School 9:45 a.m. -- rf As Mr. Bellamy recalls the when he went away. "Making the Most of You." CITRUS COUNTY
11:00
a.m. Worship Hour 11:00 a.m. details he was given to normal A "Thinking Day" programwas FLORIDABY

Christian Science Society First United Presbyterian Training Union 6:15 p.m. youthful pursuits such as fish- observed Friday night with : CLYDE BYRD Chairman

Sundays 11:00 a.m. Service; Rev. C. Stanley Newburg, D.D. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. ing, hunting and the like and Mrs. Betty Pollard,who recent- Publish Feb. 28. March 7, 14.
9:30 a.m. Sunday School Minister. these didn't always coincide HomosassaSprings ly returned from representingthe 21, 1963
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Hernando Methodist Church with the water hauling chore. Council in Korea for four

First Lutheran Church of Inverness Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Rev. H.D. Cribb Pastor "'- The goat, well trained and months. She showed films takenin ST PATRICKS DAY
Sunday: : ;. '0 .' supervised by Crawford, was Korea. The Catholic Women's Clut

Woman's Club Building First Baptist Church, Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Morning.Worship CRAWFORD BELLAMYThe reliable. By NONA M. RUNIONMr. Saturday a beautician from and the Holy Name Society of
8:00 p.m. Sunday Rev. George L. Painter pastor 11:00 a.m. One sunny afternoon found Ocala instructed the girls on Our Lady of Fatima Catholic

Rev. Myron Mador, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.. City of Inverness had Crawford torn between the Water styling and care of the hair, Church are planning a St. Pat
Worship Service 11:00 a.m. running water (4-legged) at the detail and a fishing soire. and Mrs. J.P? Killittof skin and naUs.Campfire rick's Day barbecue at Good

Church of God, Hwy 41 S. Inverness Training Union 7:00 p.m. FLORAL CITY turn of the century. Neglect of duty won out and off Fountain Inn N.C. returned games, canoeing, Council Camp,near Floral City,
Rev. E. D. Neill Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Baptist Church Crawford Bellamy,well-known to Cooter Pond went Crawford home last week due to the ill- and horseback riding was en- on March 17.

Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Homer Duggar Pastor farmer, cattleman, trader and with his fishing pole. Craw- ness of Mrs. killitt. joyed by all. There will be entertainment

Morning Warship 11:00 a.m. First Methodist Church Sunday School 10:00 a.m. raconteur of some attainments ford's mother shouted out from Mr. .and Mrs. Jack Hayes, of throughout the afternoon featuring -
Evening Worship 1:30 p.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. recalls his early youth in Inverness the kitchen for water. Crawford Tampa visited her sisters
Rev. Tom Price, pastor. About 5,000 lives could be saved singing groups, comedy,
Training Union 6:30 p.m.. when one of his many had left Mrs. JamesStricJc1andandMrs.
very
thoughfully magician, white elephant auction -
'Sunday School 10:00 a.m. each year if all cars had seatbelts
First P!":3byteri ,Rev.James Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. James Harmon, here Sunday.Mr. .
Church Service 11:00 a.m. the American Automobile turkey shoot, etc. The pub-
C. Clark, D. D., Minister and Mrs. John Wiggins, lic is invited.
Associatio
Sundays 10:00 a.m. Church Church of Christ Audit of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Tom estimated.
1 Central Church of Christ of
School for all the family; 11:00 Seminole Club Nelson Short Minister Report Citrus Offices Hill, of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and II n
Bldg.
a.m. Worship and Sermon Sunday: Mrs. J. Ward of Gainesville,

"i, Sunday 10:00 and and 11:00 6 p.m.a.m. WorshiD11:00 Bible Study 10:00 a.m.a.m. Filed by State DepartmentA Ga.over, the were weekend.Mr. guests. in the area Thank YouCongratulations!

Paul T. Dumm. minister
First Assemby of God, Rev. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. and Mrs. Phillip Blatterof
of the financial audit of three Citrus County offices all of the
report to winning candidates for
Johnnie T. Powell, pastor. Jerico,L.I.,N.Y.were guestsof
Sundays Church of Christ Methodist Church has been released by the Florida State Auditing Department. Mr. and Mrs.Ben Welsh this City Council and the new Mayor. The City Administration -

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Bible Study 10.-00 AM Rev. Henry Wolfe, pastor. Under date of January 29, the report covers the offices of the week. Also guests of the Wel- has been greatly strengthened by this elect-

Worship 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Clerk of the Circuit Court.the County Judge and the Sherriff. shes were Mr. and Mrs. R.B. ion. I'm sure that the people of Inverness will

Evangelistic Service 7:30p.rn. Evening Worship 6:00 PM Church Services 11:00 a.m. Audits of the three county offices were directed by Bryan Willis, Golbee of Orlando. benefit by this new administration. generously offer
Florida State Auditor and the physical work was done by DonaldA. '
Evening Services 5:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. James Roach my assistance to the Council in any manner possible.
Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Futrell, Auditor. The report, complete in detail regarding all arrived home last Monday after I want to express my thanks to those who supportedme

Church, Sportsmens Park,Rev. HOMOSASSAFirst BROOKS VIL.LE financial and legal transactions Is 30 pages long. spending a few weeks with their and I assure them that I am sincerely satisfied

James Hoge, O.S.B. pastor. Baptist Church Rev. L. Jehovah's Witnesses, The audit covered the following periods: Clerk of the Circuit son and family in Port Rico. with the election outcome.

Masses-Sunday 7:30. 9:00 & Glenn Stephens Brooksville Kingdom Hall Court, January 1, 1959 through February 28.1962;County Judge, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Isbell have
11:15 a.m. Weekday morningsat Sunday School 10:00 a.m. County Park Rd. W, January 1, 1959 through March 31. 1962; Sheriff, April 1. 1959 moved to Louisana after selling (paid political advertisement) J. \\f|| Grant, Sf.

8 a.m.Highlands. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Public Meeting Sun. 300pm. through May 31, 1962. their home here.
Training Union 6:30 p.m. Watch Tower Study Sunday The auditor's comments regarding the Clerk of Court and The Lecanto Home Demonstration -
Evening 7:30 Judge were routine and no exceptions to procedure were
Faith Chapel Jay and Worship p.m. 4:15 p.m. County Club held its regular meet
noted. In the case of the Sheriff's operation exceptions were made
Elsie Prentiss, Pastors ing Thursday, Feb. 14, at the
Methodist Church, LECANTO by Auditor Futrell, in the remittance of fines costs and for-
Lecanto school. There were a
:a'unday Services Rev. D. Rossi pastor Church of Christ, A. Frank feitures; reported expenses of officers; absence of detailed number of from Beverly VolkswagenTHERE
Church School 10:00 a.m. Sundays 9:30 a.m.Sunday School Johnson, minister. purchases made locally of food for prisoners; payment of federal Hills guests Frank
Worship Service 11:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Worship Sunday: taxes on telephone bills incurred by the Sheriff and his deputies; present. Judge O. and
Scofield was speaker
'. Evang. Services 7:30 p.m. Bible Study 10:15 a.m. payment of overtime to deputies; subsidiary records were not information guest on Florida IS A DIFFERENCE
RED LEVEL Worship ll.OO a.m. balanced and reconciled and a printer's affidavit was not on hand gave
laws and answered questions on
s Seventh-Day Adventist ChurchW. Baptist Church .Worship 7:00 p.m. for printing prenumber receipt blanks. last wills and settle-
J. Ostman Minister. Eden O.C. Anderson pastor The audit report indicated that all matters in question had been property

Gardens 5 mi. East of Inver- Bible School 10:00 a.m. ISTACHATTA justified by Sheriff Burton R. Quinn who covered the questionableitems ments. iF: Try Our

ness on Hwy. 44. Sun. worship service llOOa.m. New Hope Methodist Church in a letter of rebuttal written under date of January 16,

Sabbath School Sat. at 2:30p.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. Sunday School 2:30 p.m. 1963.

Preaching Sat.at 3:45 p.m. ;Evening service 7:30 p.m. Worship Hour 3:00 p.m. Floral City WSCS ServiceFactory



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A Thank You Note Ingredients: Chicken parts;;; Mrs. Hazel GUM with Mrs.

1 wore out a pair of shoes walked miles,. gainedtwo < > 14e JlHe Aluminum Potato--sliced foil.about-heavy 1/3"duty 01. Bill Mrs.Doty Irene co-hostess.Morris was in Full Line f Spare Parts

pounds met new people loved every moment of i wrap chicken double. charge of the program and 27
the campaign, worked very hard still have my Place chicken part on a rect members were present. Re-
sense of humor, a clear conscience and my love by Carrie Weiss r angle of aluminum foil big enough freshments were served. 61
of people. Thank you for voting for me, talking to to encase iti and the vegetables AH Makes Used Cars & Tracks

me and seeing me In your homes. Last but not place potato slice on
least, I feel that God Is still on his Throne. oven to warm and the meat chicken part. Sprinkle with salt FOR
Chicken is one of the most won't dry out.DOTTIE'S pepper and a little instant onion.

J 7tU1de g, S PoliticalAdv. reasonably priced meats goingat HERB CHICKEN Place carrot pices on potato. Turnipseed Imports Inc.
the
market
these ,
days. It
This dish is made on top of Place SMALL (the chicken has
': : seems as if we have chicken the stove in a dutch oven. I some joice) dot of butter on Spfl11j 1215 S. Pine St. Ocala Fla. 622-3258
three
times
a week
alernating top of all. ,
usually serve it with white rice Sprinkle with paprika '
with hot and :
dogs hamburger
unless unusually venturesomethat (especially chicken as it will
disyes. With a schedule like day--then I serve it with not brown). Wrap up entire
Only furnace backed by this, a cook can get pretty ingenious buttered noodles. package. Sealing aluminum foil

(maybe desperate is a 1 Chicken quartered or as muchas well sosteam and joices will \
better word) about the way she need for family. not escape. Repeat for as
you your
many
$500 bond. cooks her chicken. Here are 1 large onion (for two chickens, portions as you need. Put in
warranty three of favorite chicken 1
.. my
alternatives. two onions) oven at 350 deg. or mod. oven : 0 0

ELANA'S COMPANY CHICKEN $ Bay leaves for one hour. Go do your nails
Seasoned salt or celery salt or whatever. Come back, take
(easy for the family too!) :
4 Tbsp. butter or margarineSalt packages output on plates and
2 fryers OR breasts,
cup up chicken pieces. Put butterin there you are. i find this especially -
thighs legs in the amount to
dutch oven to melt. Cut good for young child-
feed the family. Flattering face
.tf1 onions--course if you ,are in a ren as everything is quite tender -froming
1 Can Cream mf Musyroom Soup hurry, finer if you have the and easy to eat. style. Cut, washed and A CENTURY OF
1 Can Cream of Chicken
Soup time. Put onions in butter and set.Phone.
1 Can Cream of Celery Soup saute' until golden. Put season- COMMERCIAL BANKING

1 Cup Sherry ed chicken in butter and onions BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr.
TflMBoyA Place chicken pieces in a large for Appointment
I skin side down. Brown on med. and Mrs. Jerry Hogan of
shallow utility pan.Skin s ide up.
heat-about 15 minutes. Turn.
Orlando
Combine and in announce the birth of a 726-2601
soups sherry a
Put in bay leaves and cover. daughter, Sherry Dean, 7 Ibs.,
GAS large saucepan over medium Simmer for one hour. If thereisn't Feb. 22 at Orlando General It was in 1863 that President Lincoln signed the National .
heat. Stir until well blended and Mildred's BeautySalon
pour over chicken pieces in pan. much fat on the' chicken Hospital. The mother is the Currency Act. The Act provided for the hewing
: you may need to add 1/4 cup former
FURNACE Miss Betty Nell Johnson -
Pop all into moderate for
one hour. Allow to oven 1-1/4 water or so., Just enough to daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of a national currency and for the estafetisHment of a
Like all Coleman up braise the chicken and so it F.S. Johnson of Inverness. "
hour for chicken quarters. I won't stick. system of Federally chartered banks to take their
heating products, There is a small
bake this 350
this Trim Boy Gas for usually hour but sometimes at deg. ammunt of tasty gravy more of Grand Opening of Weston Park near Brooksville. place alongside the already osfobfohedtys4em of
Furnace is backed one my the au jus nature, that may be Florida. Free transportation by Greyhound orTrail-
by a $500 bond : oven goes wild and produces tossed with the white rice. My way buses. Go by our office and you will be reim- state-chartered banks.It .
450 deg. at the drop of a hot
e
underwriting your husband, bless him. thinks this bursed.
Coleman guarantee. pad. If you are entertaining ten is a gourmet's dish. The bay ca You will be picked up at bus station in Brooksville.

It's the strongest or more, double the soups and leaves do give the meal a grand No obligation to buy. See this beautiful subdivision
didn't make headlines the time but since
big at
sherry. When done, pour gravy ; ever ,
guarantee for any "i"-- flavor. O: :>> and then buy on easy terms.
furnace and itdoesn't into serving dish and serve over -.I it has had for the American
yellow rice. This is especiallynice CHICKEN FORTHE CHILDREN LI.. 25.000 Plaid Trading Stamps free with each lot. far-reaching consequence
cost you a This last recipe is a lazy 100 Plaid Trading Stamps free to each adult. Free
for dinners economy-in other words pocket ook.
a company as your
penny more day dinner, good for summertime -
souvenirs. Grand Opening March 3rd through Friday -
you don't have to watch it and
AS LOW $1 0 and good when you and March 8th.Infant's .
ASPer i if things get held up (as they dad are going out for dinner.

Month Installed when always do at my dinner parties), The amount of ingredients de- During the century between 1863 and 1963, this effective -
it is done just turn the
pends on the size family as
dual system of bonking leas contributed immtat-
More Coleman: exclusive
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give you more for your A.: a neam WANTED: MATURE COUPLEwith some horticultural '
&ee
money! wV 1 'green thumb' experience to care for andS life has been constantly advancing. Our bonk is proudof

of and flowers In 12 foot by =_
grow a variety plants a
expanding its service to meet the growing needs of
.Super-ih heat exchanger :, = 24 foot greenhouse. You'll live In a lovely new model

Lncr asa warmth, ; 5 home in a new home development in Williston. its neighbors; proud to contribute thus to progress, for

"'rtcfucts' gas bills. 5 Salary. U you enjoy this kind of gardening life America and for shore in the observance
write about yourself to: M. Stone PO Box 3685. & Children Wear you; proud to
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