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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: March 28, 1963
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
weekly[ former <1939-1968>]
semiweekly[ former <1980-1981>]
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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: VID01582
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 15802799
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73rd YEAR NUMBER 13 INVERNESS, FLORIDA Thursday MARCH 28,1963 TELEPHONE 726-1441 3 SECTIONS 16 PAGES




I : Three Pointed Proposal For Fish-Lake Improvement Recommended Here I IS



:p & L : - -..-<;, Directors MeetingThere Conner's Suggestion Supported;

: Spokesman will be a meeting of the
I" I' y board of directors Citrus
!" .F County Chamber of Commerce, Pessimism Scored By Game HeadCurious

|I Critical Of 'Bank Monday noon at Sweat's Rest-
All directors interested -
,, aurant. passersby gazed at the growing crowd of men and
.-:' members and friends are women milling around on the county courthouse grounds Monday
"Why are we being invaded by here, cited the"Leesburg bank .a .." encourage to be there. night. The crowd was waiting impatiently for courthouse doorsto
out-of-county interests?" asksa ing interests moving in on us S rEuhwtUA open, where inside they hoped to hear answers to fishing
spokesman for the movementto like the so-called carpetbaggers For Mr. Brass problem which many seem to feel has reached the critical stage.A .
obtain a Federal Savings & moved into the South during special meeting brought the anglers again face to face with
Loan association here, who in a Reconstruction. ahx State Game Commission Chairman Ed Madill Clayton Phillippy,
letter to The Chronicle is criti- "We also have Ocala Federal Rites TomorrowFuneral state fish biologist; and Sen.James E.(Nick)Connor. This meet-
cal of another and more recent filing an application for a branch E services for ing had been promised to follow a survey of Lake Tsala Apopka
movement to establish a nat- office in Citrus County and I Henry week
Otis Brass will be held Friday completed over a ago. It would offer a survey report and
ional bank in Inverness.Bill have just learned that Brooks- recommendations on the basis of the report.
10:30 from
morning at the Cha-
ville Federal is also
Keating, local civic and applyingfor
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of Porter
pel Funeral Home.
business leader, directed his permission to open a branch + Madill and Phillippy gave the camps, and promotion of fish-
correspondence to the county office here." r The Rev. 1.5. Murphy of New report and recommendations, ing be increased. He also saidan
paper, with observations concerning Keating's letter reminded that .. a. a.r Q Hope Baptist Church will offi- and for over an hour attemptedto inventory should be made
ciate. Interment will be in Oak
publicity about the "the local group of businessmen tiI answer a barrage of pointed within the next few weeks to de-
changing financial picture in have been working and applying 11illr . Ridge Cemetery.Mr. questions from all areas of the termine if bass have reproduced. -
Citrus County.Application for a Savings and Loan k Brass, 65, was a lifelong jammed courtroom. Finally. If not, he would ask that
for charters have for over 5 years. Now we have I )gjb ji j- 1 n veTk. , resident of Citrus County. He Sen. Conner took to his feet and the area be stocked with bass
been filed by the savings and the situation, almost overnight, crNOrsoo ar 6' tHEANyN passed away Tuesday afternoon made a recommendation of his finger lings.
loan group, which has been of three out-of-town groups ., at Citrus Memorial Hospital. own. "We can stay here and Recommendations, it was reminded -
working for the past five yearsto wanting to branch into our coun- Oo r ncSS rs Survivors include his wife, wrangle all night"he declared, would be expensive.For .
push through a local asso- ty. Mrs. Mayo Brass of Inverness; "but talking isn't getting us boat trails work over$8,000
ciation and which has already "In regard to street talk that three sons, Kenneth,of Morris- anywhere. It's time we did would be needed; $12,000 wouldbe
ton, Fla., Dalton, of Dunnellon, "
our Savings and Loan something.
presented itself before proper applica- necessary for chemical t
officials in Washington, and a tion is "dead", I would like to and Nigel, of Fontana, Calif.; The assembly had already been treatment of aquatic vegetation;
group of Citrus, Dunellon, point out that we are in constant one daughter, Mrs.A.E.Thomas informed that a bill to be offered over $7,000 would be requiredfor
1 Leesburg and other citizens who touch with the situation in Wash- of Ocala; one brother Basil in the Legislature calling for an electric shock treatment;
have just recently collected ington, and our and 81 other Brass of Daytona Beach; one additional $1 increase fishing and hundreds of dollars for the

stock subscriptions for a nat- Florida applications are pend- VICTORY SPELLED OUT--These happy faces reflect winning champions in last week's Citrus sister Mrs. Davie Woods of licenses will likely be passed. catch census. There would be no
ional bank. ing before proper authorities.We County spelling bee, sponsored by the Chronicle and held here in Inverness. First, second and Perry; 17 grandchildren and one Eighty per cent of the Legislature charge for stocking the lake.
l "Have the citizens of Citrus are told that the Cuban sit- third place winners in the elementary and junior high school divisions are pictured. Seated left to great-grandchild. was said to lavor the increase It was observed that a great
County no pride--pride in them- uation has been and continues to right are elementary winners: Cindy Spooner of Hernando,first; Carla Buzby of Inverness, second; ; the state's judges have many of those present were over
selves or pride in their countyor be the only reason for delay. and Patty Martin, Inverness, third. Standing, l-r, are Kathy Niblack of Inverness, junior high Marie Bellamy endorsed it; and county commissioners 65 years of age.Madill reminded -
communities?" asks Keat- "So it would seem that our winner; Elaine Varney, Crystal River, second;and Ronnie Lanier, Floral City, third.staff photo supported it in their that residents 65 and over are
ing. "Or has the American neighboring communities would recent state convention.The not required to buy fishing lic
principal of free enterprise of, like to perpetuatethestep-child Heads SororityAt Brouksville lawmaker enses. When one man in this
by and for the people of Citrus relationship that our county has Kiwanians Endorse proposed that the Board of category suggested that senior
County become completely obsolete been held in for so many years.. ProgramFor their meeting last week, County Commissioners be ask- citizens help the improvement
?" It would infer that the people of members of Beta Sigma Phi ed to appropriate a portion of program by paying a dollar, or
"We have all read in your paper Citrus County do not know how Sorority voted on new officersfor their budget for the fishing im- buying a license, the game com-
of the interests of Leesburg to own, operate and conduct Student On-Job TrainingWith the year, with Marie Bel- provement program and that missioner replied that he was
bankers, our community.Nowit their own businesses without lamy being elected president. the State (Game & Fish Com- sure they could purchase a license -

is recognized that while Flo- help from" our surrounding wholehearted endorse- not planning for college..whoeither their particular job on the basis Other officers chosen were Jak- mission) Jbe requested for a if they so desired.
rida has for many years been counties. ment, the Kiwanis Club this could not enter because of of desire and capability. Supt. ie Roberts, vice president; third contribution. It was pointed The state officials struck out
able to forestall "branch bank- Buffet week backed a proposed pro- academic standing,financial,or Buie pointed out that the stu- Marie Maines, recording secretary out that about 6,000 fishing the negative attitude assumed by
I ing', that in the very near future Supper Friday gram of on-the-job training fora other reasons. dents would be paid while train- ; Edna Mae Locke, corresponding licenses were sold in the county many local fishermen and fish-
branch banking will be approvedin HERNANDO buffet style selected group of high school These students would be qualified ing. But he noted that they would secretary; and Dot- last year. With$1 increase per ing camps. Lake Panasoffkee
our state. Is this, then, the supper will be served tomorrow seniors. The program,if estab- for the program. They not come under the minimun tie Youngblood, treasure. license and matching funds from they said, was experiencing similar -
forerunner to having a branch of (Friday) evening from 5 until 7 lished, would get underway next would 'meet two periods each wage law. The school would pay New sponsor and director of the county and state, an amountof problems, but that many
a Leesburg bank in our community o'clock In the Hernando Metho- September. school morning with their in- their insurance. the Sorority for 1963-64 are approximately $18.000 could more people are fishing there
and which will in all dist Church. Ladies of the County Schools Supt. Harry K. structor. After this they would .The Kiwanis Club's Vocational Mrs. Fawn Zeller and Mrs. be appropriated.Madill than here, and gedag some nice
probability number: out-of- church will prepare and serve Buie (who is secretary of the take their required academic Guidance Commitee, will con- Polly Hester. Giving the Soro- pointed out that many catches. "They talk fishing up
county men on its board of directors . .. the-meal in4 the church annex: "1'-civifc .d bJ) outlined.,the. pro- .'subjects. In afternoons They: MC$ various business.and pro- rity faithful years of help and out-of-county fishermen use the over there," Madill... _
r; ? Where will the loyaltyof Proceeds from the supper will gram, called Diversified Coop- would go to work, taking some *fessional places in the area to encouragement since Ifs:efcar- ebaki of lakes here that they PhMHppjr noted that 7,419-individual -
this group lay here or out- go toward the new parsonage erative Training and the club's type of training In local stores determine how receptive they ter" have been Mrs. Virginia buy licenses in their own comities fish had been caught
s of-county? according to Mrs. Walter Van Vocational Guidance Committee shops, offices, etc. They wouldbe would be to such a program. A Williams and Mrs. Essie and therefore more money and weighed during the three
"On behalf of Citrus County. Ness chairman. under chairman Owen Eaton .- required to he on the job at number of Kiwanians and others Smoak. would be made available by the week survey. Of these 56.1 per
would. say "yes", this county began making plans for their least two hours each day. have already indicated theywill During March the Sorority $1 increase for Lake TsalaAp- cent were game fish 12.8 per
aoes need another financial institution part in furthering the move. Employers would work with place a student in some trainingjob. heard David Davidson, local opka. Conner cited the matching cent rough fish and 31.1 per
--and it needs it now. Commented Dick Kaufman the youngsters to give them guidance counselor at Citrus funds proposal, if successful cent forage fish. On 44 spot
But I would like to remind you club president and a member of helpful training and encouragement. "We need your assistance" High, who gave a speech on communism would get the program started samplings 30 species of fish
that a dedicated group of local the county board of public instrUction The DCT instructor would Buie told Kiwanians. "Can you which he is now teach- immediately."I were reported."Certainly .
citizens have for over five years : "Ever so often a civic constantly check on each stu- give a boy or girl some job of ing here. This meeting was at tell you frankly the law- fishing is not as
endeavored to fill a need in our organization really embarks on dent to see that he or she is such nature that he or she may Mrs. Youngblood's home. Last maker declared "if you people good as it was when the water
county that has been pointedoutby something worthwhile for the doing the proper work, and alsoto move into that line of work week at Mrs. Zeller's, guest would talk to your county com- was high, but the fish are still
recognized economic sour- community. I sincerely believe see that no employer exploitshis later?" He said such a program speaker was Mrs. Mack Vick- missioners like you talk to your there" said the biologist. He
ces. This need is a locally owned this be worthwhile." trainees. These would be who . senator and representative, said bass five
may very young jobs easy in a big city, rey of Crystal River, reviewed five weighing or
and operated financial Institu- He added that the county school would possibly include trainingfor but that even in Inverness he be- her new book "Fortitude then you'd get some action. more pounds each were caughtin
tion that can provide a sound Z board has approved the pro- managerial, supervisory, lieved it could be successful.He and Gratitude." On his proposal a five-man a spot sampling of a halfacrearea.
source of savings income for gram. and executive positions for the asked Kiwanis to take the Anyone wishing to view the committee was picked to approach .
our retired population, as well Supt. Buie introduced by E. future. program on as a civic project sterling silver tea set may see the couity commissionnext
as long-term financing at a Van Anderson, said the DCT Seniors participating in the because he felt it needed the it on display at Cook's Phar- Tuesday. Dick Welch,president -
reasonable rate for our fast program, which would involve program; would be selected for support of the community.Teachers. macy. Tickets may be purchased of the Citrus County Zellner Gives
growing population. seniors at Inverness and Cry- from any Sorority member. Chamber of Commerce, said he
"Such a federal savings and stal River high schools should Proceeds will go toward finan- would also help put the proposal
loan institution, as this local i 1 have at least a dozen students cing come girl at junior college. across. James E.Rooks Jr.,the VFD EquipmentFLORAL
group has applied for in Wash- from each school participating.He AppointsFirst only county commissioner present
ington, can and will do these d said there were about 15 at at the meeting said he
things that a bank cannot do: Ann Dryden Awarded could not predict the board's CITY--Chief Homer
the local school who desire to action of the Board of Bertine. Another appointmentwas
2O-30 home financing Sharpe reported Tuesday that a
provide year reaction to the proposal, and
take Public that of Mrs. Evelyn Mc-
part. Instruction on Tuesday Coveted
Fellowship 1,000-gallon tank with
as well as provide the suction
that the annual budget had to be
Here's how works. Clainy to replace Mrs. Phillis
the afternoon
program was to re-appoint the
highest possible rate of insured considered. pump discharge,andmounted -
With permission and financial following county school teach- Smith, who resigned as teacherat a truck has been
on ,
savings return on the dollar. GAINESVILLE-Dryden.a 1 As to survey report and re- placedat
assistance from the State Board ers and officials: Inverness Elementary.In of Florida student the disposal of the volunteer
And it will keep the savings dollar University : commendations, the first to address -
in Citrus County (which the of Education,a specially trained Mrs. Orpha Brown, general other business, the BPI from Floral City has been an the fish-minded crowd fire department by John Zell-
proposed bank cannot do) doing instructor would be obtained to supervisor; Harmon Chesser, okayed specifications for three nounced winner of a highly coveted was biologist Phillippy. He said ner. local citizen and fire fighter. -
new school buses be adver-
selected
work with students by to
supervising principal Crystal .
double and firstof and nationally competitive
triple duty by
the showed
fish -
all being deposited in the schools' guidance counsel River schools;M.R.McCullogh, tised and bids opened April 23. Woodrow Wilson Fellowship.Ann survey population "The fire department appreciates -
county in Lake Tsala Apopka to be
y ors. These boys and girls would principal of Crystal River Ele- It was ruled that all children of all of the contributions for
banks, not in some headquarters daughter Mrs. H.C. as normal as can be expected
not be college-bound students. mentary School; riding the school boat on the Ho operations and upkeep of its
; and secondly,by providing Dryden, is one of ten top rank- considering low water condition
Rather, they would be students Albert D. Murden, principalof mosassa River be required to fire-fighting
equipment received -
work for local labor and build- ing University students receiv- and the effect of cold water.
ers. A home-owned savings and Floral City Elementary wear lifejackets. ing the award. Two-thirds of the lake area is to date,and especially something
loan association will not owe any School; Robert Denson, princi- For expansion of a reading Each fellowship covers tuition not available to fishermen be- of this importance"Chief
loyalty to Leesburg, Ocala, Murder Attempt pal of Homosassa Elementary program schools board in the junior high and fees for the first year at the cause of the low water level. Sharpe remarked.The .
School; Joseph Greene, supervising members approved fellow's fund drive is still on.
Brooksville, or any other insti- graduate school of the 1 Low water and dense aquatic
.toKeating principal of Booker T. one teacher fo r Citrus choice, plus a tipend of $1,500 1 With woods fires such as has
...worth baiting for... High and for weeds present problems and en-
former Chamber of Charged To Man I Washington School; High to one attend Crystal the River and dependencyallowances.Di e able fish to hide, he explained. been a threat to the property
Delmar summer owners in and around Floral
Montgomery supervising
Commerce charter president fellowships were established to' He recommended boat trails be
He'll principal of Citrus High workshop in Miami June 10-14. City this week the fire department -
Enter Thls n recruit the nation's top academic cut and sprayed, a voluntary
Boat Club Planning In Big Bass ContestWith In Sat.Shooting School mentary School and ;Inverness Mrs. Nina Ele-Og- There per teacher.would be a cost of $70 talent into college training. catch census be set up at fish port. asks for more sup-

River Cruise, Picnic den, principal of Inverness Ele-
FLORAL CITY--Will Anderson -
There will be a special meetIng fishing "off" somewhatin : 63-year-old father of two mentary School; Mrs. Roxie Citrus Hardware
tomorrow night at 8 o'clockin the Lake Tsala Apopka chainof ; children, was shot Saturday afternoon Johnson principal of Hernando
the Chamber of Commerce late, it's heartening to know as he stepped off his Elementary School. Weigh-In Station
building. At that time the Citrus that there are still some nice: front porch by Willie Johnson, Mrs. Lillian Bertine was ap-
County Boat Club, will make bass in local waters just wait- also 63. He was struck with 00 pointed to teach in the Excep- Citrus Hardware of Invernesshas
plans for a cruise from Floral ing for the right person to give; buckshot from a double barrel tional Child program Crystal been appointed the official
City lake up the WithlacoocheeRiver "em a plug. shotgun at a distance of 100 feet. River and Homosassa schools. weighing-in station on this side
with a picnic lunch for E.E. (Pop) Tietjens of Floral The shot hit him in the chest, She has been a teacher in the of the county for the open black
the participating families at the City apparently was the person, the abdomen and leg and he was Crystal River system for sev- 1 7'i bass contest.The local business
Inglis power dam. A date for because he got; a good; hold on rushed to Gainesville by ambu- eral years. Mrs. Helen Gates place was selected by the Win-
this adventure will also be decided this bigmouth bass last week in lance, receiving plasma while was appointed to replace Mrs.ChtBifcU ter Haven Chamber of Com-

at Friday's meeting. the With-La-Popka Islandsarea. enroute. His condition yester- merce, sponsors of die black
Commodore Dick Welch said The black beauty tipped day was listed as "fair. bass championship. Official entry -
plans will be made also for the the scales at 15 pounds 4 ounces Johnson has been held on blanks are now availableat
year's activities. He welcomes was nearly 30 inches long:, and charges of attempt to commit 1l Pn -L r- the store.Sunday .
all interested boat owners to had a girth of 22 inches. It took: murder, petdingtheconlitiono 4 \ It: ; : .!.
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Tietjens 10 minutes to bring him Anderson. The men were reported H '' <{
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" wo' :..: of the largest; bass reported shortly before the shooting.Johnson's .I"- l.' At CR Legion Beach
... ,. ". . ,, .. frl'" \ y % '
.H hooked in the chain of lakesin wife stated that he ?
a long time--it may set a said earlier that afternoon he ; .'.it5t"- CRYSTAL RIVER--Sundayall --
WeatherHIGH record--and a nice catch for any had taken the gun out with in- Let us press on unto perlec- ; day--is pancake day at Legion -
fisherman, this price: lunker tentions of shooting:her.She ran tion. --(Heb. 6:1)). beach.
LOW will be entered in the Winter into the woods with their daughter A balanced life is what makes \ - J A..i. Legionnaires are selling tick-
March 21 77 53 Haven Chamber Commerce's and hid until after the sho">t- for contentment as well as '.; ...",. ". .... ets for the annual pancake bene-
March 22 67 44 statewide bass contest. inp of Anderson. growth.: If we had been meant : I : ',-. .h.x fit breakfast, lunch and dinner.
(March 23 78 38 Tietjens actually from Carrollton Upon further discussion.Mrs. be only physical only mental. .. Proceeds from the day-long
March 24 80 47 Mo. and a winter resident Johnson's wife said: "I don't or only spiritual, we would have pancake feed will go into a fund
March 25 82 57 of With-La-l'npka Islands know why he shut! Will or why been created differently.Where AND HE DESERVES IT, TOOI-Dr. Harold Bonifield (of the county Health Department) had all of for the proposed Youth Center
March 26 82 49 has hauled 35 nice bass I rum i he would shoot anyone, only he created threefold and as the 1st Nighters League in his cheering corner one night last week when he started out on a bowl- Materials have already been donated -
March 27 63 Lake Tsala Apopka this winter. has not been well for sometime e we pray and work:: toward establishing ing record spree at Sportsman's BowL Before he finished up Doc had rolled a near perfect game of fur the Oil by Crystal
I're-ipitation 22/100's I lie used a I lirooks Keeler.Shak- and I am afraid of him. I Hut I perfect balance we 290-a spare and 11 straight strikes I Doc, who bowls for the Pure Oil team is shows at rtIIIt River rock quarries and rock
('":ill'ar i (,. nil) and Ambassador love him and tb i't want to sec inure and more express the rer1e't above being presented with a handsome trophy by Dick Kaufman of West Coast Title Co., wMck for the construction of a skat-

'.' ..'.:.... ........., ,..,::'''':::'..> '. reel to sni; }' the hij' one,around I him hurt. would j-ive anythingt un Jod means fur us toexpres.s. presents the award annually. The coveted trophy was ordered through Connors' Office Supply. tag rink at tie center will be
"' ''''' R! >.m. la--t Wetlnestli. see linn well and 1 .......e." The award was made Monday night at Sportsman's Bowl and is for rolling a 280 or better game. donated t by George DyerI .







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2=r;A The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE March 28, 1963

J\\ r Home DemonstrationTo

I I t.. i MeetThe Home Demonstration will Maico Hearing Aids

meet Wednesday April 3,at the as
JII ii Florida Power Lounge work Orlafita Bearing AM Cent*
will start at 9:00 a.m. and the
II business meeting will be at Serving Central Florida Since 1948
i 1:30 p.m. Members are askedto
I ( a bring a sack lunch ''r'T Look for the Maico sign 35 W. Pte Ociwrfo

4-H ClubThe Mr.J.E. Smith, Coosukaat
Horse 1- will be at the Jewel Box-lavemess
$ Saturday 9 till 12
11 4-H Horse Club will meet _ _
tomorrow evening at 7 o'clockat : Batteries Accessories -RepairsYOU
S. the fair grounds to practicefor .4. :F ti 7T.
t S . the horse show to be held T.:;
1 April 5, which conjunction
with the Spring Festival. a
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HOW MANY. LADY?--Scouts Bill Whiting (left)and Paul Balasch POUR THEM FLAPjACKS--Bob Ritz (left) checks to see that ARE{ CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
k settle down to serve a long line of mouth-watering customers Arthur Gouldbourn (back to camera) and smiling Pat Hurley get CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
TV Sales & Service during the Kiwanis-sponsored Scout Pancake jamboree. money those hocakes just right for the expected big crowd last Saturday
r Springs raised from Saturday night's feed, the fifth annual pancake supper night in the school cafeteria. Members of theKiwanis Club, Otto SUNDAY LESSON-SERMON SUBJECT
will be used to help send the local Scouts to summer camp. Allen chairman, fixed enough flapjacks and sausage for around
1 Well over $200 was reported realized from the flapjack jamboreethis 350 persons. Said Otto: "It was fun; itwas a worthwhile project: Real" '
time. --staff photo and it was a real success." --staff photo
New & Used TV'sK
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
:, Homosassa Springs ers of CITRUS County Florida,
.O Board Of CommissionersFebruary hereby certified that the above Comer Osctola at Emory St. Inverness. Flwlk. .
..'"A V:;,.. . .. and foregoing is a true and correct SUNDAY SERVICE lit* A.M.
,r-- 1 1 19 1963 pair of State roads and bridges Road 55 to Chassahowitzka. copy of a resolution SUNDAY SCHOOL '131 A.M.
,r :,: '. the lease or purchase of bridges 6. Resurface Mill Street in Cry ed by the Board County Com- TESTIMONIAL MEETING 7:38 t J4.
Special This Week STATE! FLORIDACOUNTY connecting State Roads, the acquisition stal River from Crystal Streetto missioners of CITRUS COUN- 2nd and 4th Wednesday*
RESOLUTION ON USE OF 80% of rights of way for State Road 55. TY Florida in regular meet-
SEVENTH CENT GAS TAX and State roads, and the reductionof 7. Resurface 480 from 491 to ing assembled on the 19th dayof READING ROOM OPEN TO PU8L.C. "rI. 2-4,
OTHER SECONDARY ROAD road and bridge indebtedness; 581. February A.D. 1963, and also before and after the Wednesday m..tiw f-.
Almost new "ZENITH TV" 21" with new TV guar- FUNDS andWHEREAS 8. Resurface 39 from 48 to the that the same has been duly Location unday School r-..-
antee. Complete with TW 10 channel Master Antenna- YEAR 1963 COUNTY Citrus The State Road County line. incorporated in the minutes of "THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU"
Channel Master .Automatic Rotar & 40 ft. mast WHEREAS, under Section 208. Department has requested this BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDThat said meeting.IN .
Installed. For cash $250.00 plus tax. 44 Florida Statutes, known as County Board to recommend the the methods and standards WITNESS WHEREOF I VFLA-Radio 970 Sttfl that "Secondary Road Assis- purpose for which,and the roadson employed by the State Road De- have hereto affixed my hand and wDBO-Radlo 580 Sun tance Act of 1949" and Section which this County's 80%surplus partment for determination of official seal this 7th day of
330.08 Florida Statutes, the gas tax and Federal Aid major improvement features, March, A.D. 1963.
State Road Department will receive Secondary allocations should be including the specific alignment /Francis W. Williams
80% of the proceeds of spent for construction and improvement the types and widths of Clerk of Circuit Court
this county's pro-rata share of ; and pavement and the Department's Motion by Commissioner Gil-
the Seventh Cent gasoline tax, WHEREAS, the State Road De- standard specifications for con- strap, seconded by Commis-
II to be used as prescribed by re-. partment requires this infor- struction are concurred in and sioner Levins to adjourn unless VolkswagenTHERE
DAVISAUTO gulations of the said Department mation so that it may be con- approved by this Board. It is otherwise called togetherby
within this County as requestedby sidered in the preparation of the requested: That the Departmentwill the Chairman. Motion car- .
resolution of this Board of Annual Budget of the State Road consider the projects lathe ried. IS A DIFFERENCE " "
County Commissioners and ap- Department; and order listed above insofar as
PARTS proved by the Department for WHEREAS, this Board confer- practicable but not to the extentof More on Page 5-B
t one or more of the following red with the State Road Depart- retarding the whole program; j1E-iii1:: : Try Our Service
purposes: Construction, recon- ment concerning the projectsto that the termini of the projectsas ,
: and struction, maintenance and re- be selected and the specifications described in the resolutionand Ihe Old
with respect thereto shown on the accompanyingmap Factory TraM
NOW THEREFORE,BE IT RE- rather than any estimate of ; .
SERVICE SOLVED THAT the State Road funds therefor, shall control theDepartment's 2Teclwiths
Department is hereby requestedto allocation of 1
Custom use such funds for construction funds; that this resolution shall
(including rights of way acquisition remain in effect throughout the -s3ji
All Makes All Models surveys, plans main- year; and that after the current _
PictureFrames tenance, etc.) of the following year the recommendations of f
roads: this resolution shall constitute a
i i DESCRIPTION OF PROJECTOR continuing improvement pro- "When the roll is called up AN Makes Used Cars Trucks
USE OF SECONDARY ROAD gram for the County, unless yonder it will take a long time
I FUNDS FOR 1963. changed by a subsequent annual to get through the Smiths."
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Moved To New Building 1. Right-of-way for State Road resolution.
1 AtZELLER 55 through
Crystal River. STATE OF FLORIDA
I 2. Road from State Road 55 to COUNTY OF CITRUSI KILL SPANISH
'/4 Mile S. U.S. 41Inverness O'NEALInverness the Gulf.
Hwy 3. New bridge on State Road 44 FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS MOSSFlorida
atthe East limits of Inverness. Clerk of the Circuit Court in Turnipseed Imports, Inc.
4. Resurface 494 from State and for CITRUS County Flori-
Phone 726-1192 Road 55 to Ozello. da, and ex officio Clerk of the Pest ControlPhone 1215 S. Pine St. Ocala Fla. 622-3258
I 5. Resurface 480 from State Board of County Commission-. 629-3617' ,
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a ', ,,- 1962 Corvalr Monoza 4 door R & H A.T. 13,000 $1995.00 I
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t 1956 Chev. V8-R&H-4 door H.T. tv

P. Steering and Brakes 695.00 ifji :->>;;

1957 Ford V 8 St. Drive 2 door I 595.00 i\..

1958 Chev. 6 cyl. St. Dr. 2 door Belair 895.00 i

1958 Rambler 4 door 6 cyl. 895.00 '
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XHere ? 1955 Chev. 4 door V 8 A.T. R & H 395.00' >t/-;.

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-- -; 1957 Chev. 6 cyl. 4 door Station Wagon 695.00 JH

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is the personell that you will meet at Cochran's.Standing left to'right Walt King, salesman. ,> . r': 1954 Jeeps Station Wagon 2 wheel drive 295.00 A:
"". 1956 Plymouth 6 cyl. 2 door 295.00 ....

Harold Harmon, salesman. Robert Cochran, owner. Anne Cochran, accountant & bookkeeper was absent ..,: : \ 1953 Buick H T Needs Trans work 135.oe ,;

when the photo was taken. Harold Goodell, Dist. mgr. Chevrolet Co. Bottom row Franklin Roberts, ,- :' . I f:
Phone 726-2212 <. :

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n ', ." S J The CITRUS COUNTY CHftQWJGLE MM* M, 1968 3-A

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Lyda Fletcher, HernandoMaude >* :\t: : .

IJOhnW.J OSftlTAE Charles R.M.'Olds Cotton; Inverness3, Hernando? ' Uncle Lem Savs.. .. ,

, Ocala::3F' DEAR MISTER EDITO.
Marie L. Gauthier, l
Zeke Grubb said it reminded -
I'm real much lady ask Mm tf to.t*>) Ariv
obliged to
Dunnellon
Turner Jeannette Pitts,
ilo&AADMISSIONS him of the moonshinerthat
ing so slow on account: ctfbe-
Mary M. Parrish, Floral City that subscriber fer sending .
was taking a load of liquor "
afraid of the law.
WING II in the letter to you about Ed iig:
Roby B,Seymour,Crystal River Doolittle and the fellers at to town. Him and his he replied "I jnx W.to
old lady was setting in '
Memorials up k
I WING | Ivy Stewart, Dunnellon the country store trying to the truck seat and they was age some. ,
YoorsEast
Thomas Dale Alwin,Jr.Crystal. Margaret McLendon, Dunnellon trim our Senators and House driving mighty slow. His old I j
River DISCHARGES, members to half what we now
Maude A. Conyers, Wildwood WING IEsther jot. He makes a good point
Henry O. Brass, Inverness E. Bell there when he says the Constitution -
Dorothy Cason, Crystal River Maude Johnson 'calls fer 2 Senators.He V ,
Herbert J. Miller, Hernando Shayne Vann if _- has also got a good point Coast
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Mary Day, Crystal River Mary L. Dailey \. when he says they ain't nobody -
James J. Herndon, DuPont Ga. Charles L. Kelly ,: allowed to mess with
I + COLBERT Lester R. Anderson, Inverness 'Walter j. toussaint .j. A'ee the United States Constitu- Tree ServiceSKaLEDTREESURGEONS
. Pamela Dourm, InvernessElla Thomas Dale Alwin, Jr. $; tion but Jack, Bobby, and
F. Woody Inverness Augusta M. Alldredge + Earl Warren. And he has gota
Fannie M. Dooley extra good point when he
James A. Hutchins warns that if we mess with I
I Lula V. Gueltig ,, the matter we're liable to Free Estimates
II Pamela Dourm ; have the FBI gitting us out Advisory Service .

I HIGHLANDSE William H. Culm .. of bed at 3 in the morningfer I
Anthony Fabik questioning. But awl the "We Specialize in County Work"
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4 h'Ours. --r , John G. Allen :. fellers was agreed they was 6 P.O.Box 1001 Inverness.
:-- '{'___ Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Lester R. Anderson willing to take achanctonall
Oscar Mooney three items if we could git
Prayer Singing Study Ruth A. AllenderH. the Senators cut down from 2

Is A Service Devoted SUNDAY SERVICES Louis Connell to
1 to Memory-- Church School..10:00: a.m. Lyda Fletcher 1.And this subscriber's ideato YOURS!! THIS LIVING CUSS EMEND IN THE MOO
Edith A. Bennett reduce the 50 states downto
,, In Elberton Georgia Blue Worship........!. t 11:00 1 a.m. Marie L. Roberts .church quartet from Crystal River will participate.,. about 12 is the most for- This beloved, jWng et'OIIo embedded Sapedata1 l EAJtTK IF MT. UUMH!
Granite Fred J. Carver ward thinking I have saw coauininc the NCr< tank .f Mt. I ,
Evang. Service..7:30 p. m. Charles Cotton One Sided, So FarTalent since Harry built that front c.hary..wbere Jew suffered ud died t. X \ HHyeu IV"
pre u the promi of eternal fc.c a be FJtfCf
504 E. JeffersonBrooksville JAY & ELSIE PRENTISS WING porch onto the White House. yoanl Thi' lamlnou.thiameriaK wkiu crow
,FloridaADVERTISE Pastors Earley Dukes Gitting rid of the graft in 38 it a shindig symbol of Jew Thousand

Phone 726.8683 Show Needs states and just confining the ptZfTunof te )Ie. Curvy for tomfort ud act fowl ....... \
under the table and in the garner to Him. The Mme -uercd; earth.
Prayer for Sick Any Time SUBSCRIBE TO' public trough boys to 12 stared tad eleuxed with the preciou blood You' ncMe 1ft 7auttefttic
IN end tears of ear Sior,cn be your ri&fct at '
THE CHRONICLE Cordial Welcome/ to You! THE CHRONICLE More Participants states would save the tax- your/i f trtips...tlwayi! Became this acted lerie front
payers several billion dollars cross glows like a living thing you are it at Calvary, the
a year. t+!(ht when yea awake from trovbUJ aleep... aims Ylew U
Ed always Bear to comfort you and your 1* seen by ourdylsgvier.
was
even willing split
A number of participants have byj oe Pullara. Itollk sad ticleu. Keep a protecting CTOMin .
entered the Spring Festival's Mary Susan Webb of Floral the 38 states we git rid of yonr car and where you work duo Send
I A Handy Guide To talent show,according Harley City is slated for an acrobatic half Republican and half De- for your crow today If you're not enihraBcd
Levins, talent show chairman, and mocrat. And fer a Republicanlike with this glowing cron embedded hi Mcre4aonJk __ .
act. John Watsick. also of g abs.w Car taw
and Ed who claims it.was a return it within tea diy end your I M.Mf 0.**. rfaM* w.. U.**< Oar rt
Ben Heifner, I
publicity Floral City, will perform spe- will be folly refunded. Sat /wtort ii 818 ..* .2 tar H.M. tape htt
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money
Democrat that tricked Adam ...... .
chairman. Most of M i. II
entries to cial musical -
act. altolutelr guaranteed. Send cub, check or I
date, it is noted, are from the Chairman Levins emphasizesthe into eating the apple, this is money order (no e.o.4) tot I .- I;
west side of the county. Two urgent need for more talent a major compermise. I
Incidental, some of the fel' IMPORTS -
have entered from Floral City. participation and urges persons CHRISTIAN 1Infant's I
I Others wishing to take part in wishing to enter the talent showto lers was of the opinion this P.O. Bex 71M e ... Ueto 77, .. L!!!!"__ __ .J
the April 6 (Saturday night)tal- contact the above-ramed per- subscriber that sent in this
ent program, to be held in the sons.A letter was a real thinker and
SERVICE INSTITUTIONS and BUSINESSES
. large fair building should call Savings Bond will be given maybe we better find out
Levins at Crystal River, Dave away each night of the Spring more about him and mayberun
Anderson in Floral City, Mrs. him fer the Congressnext
Of CITRUS COUNTY Festival, thanks to merchants
F.S. Johnson in Inverness (for around the county. time around.Clem Web
; Hernando), and Miss Evelyn ster allowed as how we could &teal
Verka of Inverness. run him on a 12 States & 1
CArlRIER Central Heating and Cooling PORTER Crystal River's Hank Carroll .... Se tor platform, add a .
made duct work from -
Taylor our own sheet metal, shop., I
about
will be master of ceremoniesfor couple planks cutting
,; the. show, slated for '8 *tr1\ taxes and increasing benefitsand
JOHN D. LAW
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FUNERAL HOME o'clock. LITTLE'PARKS \ make him a winner.Clem & Children Wear

LP Gas & Appliance Dealer Those planning to participatein 'I FROM I says the theory the old Indian
I Brooksville Ph. 7S2341BENNETT'S '" the program to date are:from had of making the blanket ..
AMBULANCESERVICE Crystal.River- quartettefrom longer by cutting off one end
the First Baptist Church and. sewing it to the other
j To
DRUGS AL OWEN composed of J.V. Lewis,Albert end was now good, solid Har- Boys
Mrs. GIANT FOREST vard thinking in Washingtonand
Varney Harley Levins,
Rexall Drug and Miss Judy Bradley; a musical our candidate would be, : Size 1
Painting Contractor PHONE duet by Bobo Roberts and FIRES GROW! running in the latest style. b
PHONE 726-2781 Estimates and Frank Schiraldi a song by Miss Bug Hookum was lament-
Quality ; : A stray spark from a brush
ori7261801 Unties
Style
726-2271 Irene Roberts. ing that the great trouble in
CITRUS COUNTY'SLEADING fire into tract of
Work
. leaps a
From Lecanto will be a Washington today is because
quar-
DRUG STORE ' h tet from the Lecanto Baptist woods. First it smolders, they don't let things simmer Famous Lines Youngland Dresses Size 12
TURNER
CAMP ROAD ) then it bursts into flames,
Church, comprised of Wilbur
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Prescript: ns Accurately Inverness. u Langley Helen Langley, O.F. consuming everything in and soak fer a spell afore Good Lad Boys Wear-MacShore Classic ftlwses.
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Filled by ,': ,',' Main Street(; : :
claims
RFD '' Walker and either Mrs. Walkeror its path. Finally there are they take action. Bug
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Box 193 '
',\ Competent Druggists Mrs. Nancy Lyons, a solo only the charred remains some bright feller will wake Other Leading Quality Lines
Phone 726-2696 -INVERNESS, FLORIDA by Brenda Maynard. a dance by:? of a once beautiful and pro up in the morning at the
: INVERNESS FLORIDA < .;t. \ Margie Allen and a solo by Mary'< ductive Southern forest. If White House with a new rem: Ocala Shopping Center
t' ,Kate King must burn brush.. edy fer what ails us and afore
I From Homosassa, a song by you dark it is on the agenda in Use Laya- Plan Per Easter
take And way
LOVELL precaution.
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BROS
For the Best In Real Esta.te. every
Sheila Head, a baton act by the Congress. About the only
WHOLESALE, AUTOMOTIXKAND SEE OR CALL GID HALL & SON Karen Head, a tap dance by Kar- ;" stay until, the LAST aging it gits, allows Clem,is Silver Springs Blvd. Oct Fla
'SPARK IS OUT.
en Stricklin, and a comedy act while it's traveling from the ,
1 MILL SUPPLIES 1 White House to the Capitol.
: McCnl tech Chain Saws TV SERVICE
N. B. BOB TROTTER
Small Motors [ ) Brownies Sell Over I .

Briars & Stratton Engines
Repair & Sen-Ice of Engines 107 Apopka Ave. 800 Boxes CookiesThe m '
Reff. Real Estate Broker
FREE
'General Motor iesel I II
local Brownie troop has
Power Units Postofflce Box 87 already .,sold over 800 boxes of
Southwest Main Street Homosassa Springs Florida 'Fla. Girl Scout cookies and will receive -
INVERNESSPhone Inverness, five cents box for
per '
726-1041 PHONE 7952882Stewarts their troop fund. This money a 3 Months Supply Of

will be used for aspecialholiday UJ
picnic as the girls did an
Dlwrx xcTZ4: WEST COAST TITLECOMPANY
excellent job on this project. --
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Mrs. Ogden and Mrs. Lewis .-:-
Maintenance Phon 721911 worked with the leaders Brown -'

Title Insurance Cason Infantine Young and 'm ,
Land Gas For With
& Cleaning Youngblood in handling the distribution Cooking
For informal cone"rnfnr of cookies. Browniesof ,

Homes Offices Trailer Title Insurance or Mrs. Cason and Mrs. Young Ji
have named themselves 'TheCherubs"
Custom Cabinets Land
Washing. Reasonable Rates. Ownership
Pnone 726-1212 Mrs. Brown's patrolis --=:::=
Kitchen Remodeling
WRITE P. 0, BOX 668 known as The Beanies". I 1
Mill Work
Girls from Mrs. Infantino'sandMrs.

Inverness Fla. Phone 726-1261 Youngblood's group are Each New
Range
still debating.A :
WELCH CABINET CO
INVERNESS, FLORIDA Neighborhood Girl Scout ---:1Lai ,

_ _ _ meeting was recently held at the _.
FPL under the direction of Mrs.
PACKER W. C. HILL Jack Wims Parker Neighborhood chair
MOTOR COMPANY man. John ManfrinSr.previewed -

Hardware and Marine Electrical Contractor Cement Work Parade movies of 1963 of ,the the Gasparilla Inverness Down Payments As Low

and the
Halloween parade ;
Supplies Major Appliance Repairs SEA WALL Brownies at their party. Lead-
Brirts & Stratton ers served refreshments.
Air-Co led Motors Electrical Repairs MASON WORK Brownies will have Outdoor As $5.35

Wisconsin Motors Small Pump Motor Seniee'F1shlnr Activities Day for their next

Tackle P.O. Box 821Hwy. project. Games will be played Green's Fuel Gas Service

Phone 7952858CRYSTAL 41 North Inverness Crystal River >. and Major marching Terry will again review _.-r- -_""
steps.
Ph. 795-2746

RIVER Phone 726-2845 --=- (either bulk or cylinder) !

WASH-DAY WAS ), ] .

Well Drilling 'Local.. and Long DistanceMoving. .FLORAL. CITYMACHINE ::;; Can Be Installed for as Little as $1.00' II
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Wells* From Z to 8 Inches For Free Estimates and CO.Welding NEVER EASIER ? I

Meyers Pumps Dependable service call .
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Sales A Service iiiiiir ......
Call Crystal River I .
795-2299 Home Furniture Co. .
Braising Todays With
Call Dunnellon -a Ranges ,
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Hunter 9-2430 I Inverness Milling MachineLathe r

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F., B. McCRAY Phone'726-3465 Work Tomorrows Features
Move by Aero Mayflower. _ ,
.3. 19 S. River '
Crystal Phone 726-2350 s ,

;TIiIT At ' "'",

J &_K Used, Washers .' ,., Yesterday's Prices -

We sell New and Rebuilt Parts We repair- ,or -- -. .- . Panasoffkee

and rebuild i l automatic washers. KENMORE .

and R.C.A. WHIRLPOOL WASHERSour 'tillsSTALEAVAI1aAlilai) Laundromat

speciality We sell and buy used wash- Open 24 Hours A Day- =.JREEN'S FUEL GAS SERVICE a

ers and dryers, gas or electric. Work 7 Days A Week '

guaranteed 3 months. Ph. 726-2622 11 miles truiu IQiitrheh4Khn
101 South Pine St. Inverness Phone 7261111f
1 1 n-Uvcay: 4'70saU.akc ana I .
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New Inner Lake --tu---g: PUBLISHER'S KURiTY.

Pine Street n.. Security II. Ac priceless'
product of flreedon.
Canal I CORNER --B.E. Hutchineon
J' Proposal -
Shopping Center COUNTY COMMISSIONER>> ;

Bob ilstrap; is a "down-to- In this era of world wars in

Aired By BoardAnother earth" public official but some this atomic af.. values have

See Page of his very few spare hours now changed ... W* must discover:

; .I*) valuable link in the i finds him "up-in-the-air". Bob security within ourselves.
has purchased a small, sports- --Boris Paternak
/ 22-mile chain of lakes has pass- 0F'
':'' 4-B For type airplane and is taking flight
ed the planning stage. County
instruction. There is no true security for
last
commissioners
meeting ******* the individual except as be findsit

week accepted specificationsfor hLJ OUR REFERENCE TO DAILY # in the security of all.Edwin .
3rd channel excavation which
| AnniversityFOR a
will connect the Floral City lake newspaper subscription drivesin -- Markyam"The
the county,carried two weeks
with Davis Lake.This inner lake
f ago met with mixed reactions: trouble with worrying so
canal will allow boating from the We were accused by one readerof much about your "security in

lakes at Inverness to the Floral 'small time, small mind { the future is hat you feel so

City lakes into the Orange State green grapes type of jealousy". insecure in the present.Harlan.
Canal and Withlacoochee River. Such is the life of a newspaper -- Miller

No control structure is being person and I'm glad that we can ; ,

planned at this time.The county t tx write such pieces that meet SUBSCRIBE TOmE

S estimates it will cost approxi- controversy head on. It is soul : CHJRONICLEHave
mm mately $33,000 to excavate the stimulating to say the least. v
canal, clean the existing channel ******* EDWIN SCOTT

from Davis Lake to the Inver- THE DUNNELLON PRESS A A Compict
o ness lake and adjust the .n new in
Orange newspaper our area, Key Club Picks
State Canal control structure. came out with its' second issue

..;".".\ The project also calls for the .." last Thursday. Featuring ab- Extension Phone
;:" construction of three road brid- - A' -- loid format, the paper is pub- New OfficersThe
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Ben
ges.In -. ... -#! by and Charlotte Instated
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other action by the com- ,.. r'. .- Blackman.. Key Club of Citrus High
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missioners: ******* School recently selected new officers -: Dial Lights Up

I.t The board opened sealed bids GETTING WOUND UP for yesterday evening's four-way track meet here are Willie Whitton (left) BASS FISHING IS GOOD IN THE for the year with Edwin

\ for the purchase of a 1957 dump and Don King two of Coach Bill Hilliard's prospective field men. Hilliard (shown in center) placedhis Floral City lakes area. Last Scott a junior being elevated 0the

truck. The truck was sold for track squad in competition with Crystal River Groveland, and Zephyrhills. Next Thursday the Thursday our office'phone was club president. He succeeds

Flattering, face-framing $901.50 to Henry E. Messer of. local team will enter the Clermont-Groveland Rotary relays. Clermont.staff photo busy in the morning with reports Richard Carroll who wasorganization's Saves Steps
Associate Rentals. of bass upwards of 15- charter presi-
style. Cut, washed and Deeds for a right dent.
of-way pounds. Our wonderfully chang-
presented in letter from the
set.Phan. through IndianMound Park State Association of County ing spring weather has broughtthe The Key Club is sponsored by Saves Time

was presented to the county.A Commissioners. 'big uns' to life again.. the Inverness Kiwanis Club. Bill

| for Appointment resolution was adopted to Bills by referendum which ******* Hilliard is faculty advisor.

close part of Third Street in Rep. R. Strickland will draft the ART SUPPLIES FOR THOSEof Other new officers elected include

726-2601 Unit B of Woodland Estates wording and present at the next us who get an uncontrollableurge : Greg Brown, vice presi-

Crystal River. A bond was regular meeting are as follows; to dib and dab Walt Con- dent; Benny Dixon, secretary;

Mildred's granted to Harvey T, Riley for a fire control bill which will be nors, Inverness' popular office and Russell Dickenson treas-
Beauty and a pistol. merchant has advisedhe
possession to carry under direction of the State For- supplies urer.
Authorized.County AttorneyDon had added art supplies to his
estry. A bill for fallout sheltersfor RUSS05NbPWVAO
Salon
Bradshaw to draw up resolution already diversified line. Oil and
public use. A bill to advertise
for a judicial salary bill Citrus County and a bill to water color paints, drawing AxS'1
pencils and pads and the whole
provide a convention hall for
bit required to humor our nat- Brotksville FloriikiToloptaio
Citrus County. Each bill passed
ural flair for art are nowavail- Paint Rtorit aftdHanJ ariHa
will call for a levy of one mill. {
able locally.
******* wrtirsSf
Fires Area
Keep BEER CAN BOMBARDIERS-
f
Volunteers BusyIn It is a testimonial to the thought- ff f bert is a reYtafefexpiriKice

i lessness of people when we
s Corporation
wn't firpt '
you
Three Sections drive down our beautiful high-

ways and find the road banks
Volunteer fire fighters from littered with beer cans. Florida
Leesbvrg
the Inverness Floral City and the of Florida and must have an extremely large Watch for ottrStoppirs Bonus. Business
JAMES LEWIS (center), senior at University Office 787-4151
Hernando communities got their son of Mr. and Mrs. Sedric M. Lewis of Inverness is shown re- population of "Beer Can Bom-
SPECIAL PROGRAMS BEGIN MARCH 31 share of action during the past ceiving a $400 scholarship check from S.J. Adkins, presidentof bardiers" since there just isn'ta

week. Adkins Manufacturing Co.. Gainesville. According to Dr.J.W. highway we have traveled that
The Inverness VFD went to the Willingham, acting head of the School of Forestry Lewis was one isn't littered in this manner. I

THE MEANING OF PRAYER aid of Hernando volunteers last of three outstanding students receiving $400 scholarships.night wonder if a law governing open- AUCTION TONIGHT at 7:30
week and helped stop a major ed beer cans in cars might not

THE MEANING OF THE CROSS fire that did Mike's an estimated$3,000 to put down rising flames, "NOTHING TO FEAR"We serve to clean up a situation La Belle GalleriesSILVER
damage to Seven Seas that has far
gone beyond
pointof
but by noon Tuesday the fire had SPRINGSOPEN
THE MEANING OF THE RESURRECTIONTHE Restaurant. The.Hernando fire- condonement.
men had just gotten the blaze broken out again and the Inverness have nothing to fear when INSPECTION: 10 AM. U 2 P.M. M.,,day Mini Satontoy

MEANING OF ATONEMENT under control and were out of department was once more Love is at the helm of thought ******* ORIENTAL RUGS O4AMONM
called in.Another. but everything to enjoy on earth
ANTIQUE FUINITURE. WATCHCS;
AND THE LONELY CROWD water when the Inverness men
ATONEMENT
and equipment showed up on the call Tuesday afternoon and in heaven. I'VE WATCHED WITH INTERest SILVERWARE FIOURINCS

THE MEANING OF BAPTISM scene. took local firemen out on --Mary Baker EddyA the newly-organized Inverness OIL PAINTINGS IRK..A-MAC

Woods and brush fires kept the Pleasant Grove Road where City Council. There were 0 D"ART
firemen this week. A- woods inferno was threatening man who causes fear cannot many questions in the minds of OBJETS
hustling
three homes.As volunteers battled be free from feir. the local voters following the PRIZES! REFRESHMENTS! ENTHAlN**f TIN . .
round noon Monday local fire- ..
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J Admlttlvn Charge! -
this fire' from one side fit recent city election. Number
: wF men were called to help the Epicurus s
'. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 8:15 a.m. Floral City fire unit battle a spread into the Espidico forest one among them was, "will this \

woods blaze which threatened where firemen tirelessly sought The basestof all things.is to be new group restore a sembalnceof

1j, jet j1 RADIO SERIES WDBO 9:15 a.m. several dwellings near La- for hours to get it under con- afraid. order to its' meetings?" I

Perles Memorials. The Floral trol. Despite their efforts fire --William FaulknerNo am pleased to report they have

City department went back that broke out again that night in the and a long range look prompts When You Think of

same area and the shrill soundof one loves the man whom he me to predict an era of peace

the fire alarm summoned fears. and progress for the City of '

weary fire fighters to the scene Aristotle e Inverness. NSURANCErJl::: :\
once more. Think oJOHN .

I aLnuntIl aL4u zzct 4 tr titt5St. Public NoticeIN ROSCOW .




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 'On the Square" Phone 7262220Get
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR-
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -
INVERNESSFirst Margaret's Episcopal HOLDER IN AND FOR CITRUS IN AND FOR CITRUSCOUNTY CUIT, IN AND FOR CITRUS
Church Baptist Church COUNTY FLORIDA.
STATE OF FLORIDAIN
,
Methodist Chum Rev. Rev. Merrill .A. Norton Vicar Sunday School 10:00 a.m.. COUNTY FLORIDA.1354.MORTGAGE . IN CHANCERY CHANCERY. CASE NO 1582. CHANCERY NO. 1581

Morris C.. Gaskins" Pastor 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. NO. THELMA ANTONETTE MAR- IN RE: ADOPTION OF BEN-

Sunday: 10:00 a.m. Church School Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. FORECLOSURE SHALL Plaintiff JAMIN LEE JULIAN AND DA-
9:45 a.m. Church school 11:00 a.m. Divine Service: HOLSUM BAKERS INC.,a Flo- -vs- VID COLLIER JULIAN,Minors.
.
11 a.m. Morning worship HERNANDO rida corporation. Plaintiff, JAMES ARTHUR MARSHALL, NOTICE TO DEFEND SHOW
6:30 p.m. Methodist YouthFellowship Church of the Nazarene vs Defendant. CAUSE AND FILE DEFENSESTO pi.
CRYSTAL RIVERSt. Rev. Don Croft Pastor. WESLEY R. SANDERS and BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JULIAN -
SUIT FOR: DIVORCE CUSTODY
7:30 p.m. Evening worship Ann's Episcopal Rev. Merrill Sunday School 10:00 a.m. AB.BIE SANDERS his Defendants.wife AND SUPPORT OF MINOR c/o MR.ANDMRS,JOHN

A. Norton vicar Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. CHILDREN, ALIMONY, SUIT LEE JULIAN. EASLEY.SOUTH
First Baptist, Rev. thomas N. Route 19 N.Y.P.S. 6:45 p.m. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE' MONEY AND ATTORNEYFEES. CAROLINA:
Channel!, pastor Sunday Services 9:30 a.m. Evangelistic Service 7:30p.m. SALE BY THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT NOTICE is hereby given under

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.. Holy Communion and SermonSt. COURT NOTICE OF SUIT Section 72.13 Florida Statutes
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN
Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 a.m. First Baptist Church STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Annotated, that M.C. Scofield,
Benedict's that the FrancisW.
Tral:ting Union 6:30 a.m. Catholic Church Rev. X.L..Flurdy pastor undersigned JAMES ARTHUR MARSHALL as of this date filed adoption
Sun. Evening Worship 7:45 p.m. Sunday Masses: 7, 9:30 and Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Williams Clerk of the Cir- whose residence and address proceedings in the Circuit Courtof into the
11:00 cuit Court of Citrus
a.m.First County .
Worship Hour 11:00 Citrus County, Florida at
a.m. is, c/o Bader Van Lines, 70
Florida will, on the 11 of
Christian Science Society United Presbyterian Training Union 6:15 p.m. day Elder Street Brooklyn New Inverness Florida the purposeof
'Sundays 11:00 a.m. Service;' Rev. C. Stanley Newburg D.D. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. April. 1963. during the legal York. which is that the petitioner is driver's seat
9:30 Minister. hours of sale, at the main door
School
a.m. Sunday desirous of adopting BenjaminLee
You notified
are hereby that a
of the courthouse of Citrus _
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Hernando Methodist Church suit has been brought against: Julian and David Collier

First Lutheran Church of Inverness Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Rev. H.D. Cribb Pastor County Florida,in offer the City for of sale Inverness and sell, you in the Circuit Court of the Julian, minor children of yours, of that brand

Sunday: Fifth Judicial Circuit in and for the first of the age of approxi-
Woman's Club Building First Baptist Church. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. at public auction to the highest Citrus County State of Florida, mately fifteen years and the

8.00 p.m. Sunday - Rev. George L. Painter, pastor Morning Worship 11KX a.m. and best bidder for cash, the in Chancery, by Thelma Anton- other approximately twelve

Rev. Myron Mador. Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.. Citrus following described property in ette Marshall the plaintiff and years of age.; The petitioner new automobile! .

.. ,. Worship Service 11:00 a.m'- County. Florida
are leges that your whereabouts and
C" you hereby required to :
Church of God. Hwy 41 S. Inverness Training Union 7:00 p.m. FLORAL CITY Lots 7 & 8. Block "I" of serve upon Geo. W. Scofield, place of residence is unknown
Rev. E. D. Neill 'Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Baptist Church ,. Hyde Park Addition to theTownof
plaintiff's whose ad- although diligent search and inquiries -
attorney
Crystal River recordedin Got heart set ? Wondering when oadhow
School 10:00 Homer Duggar Pastor as your on a new car
Sunday a.m. dress is 206 Bank of Inverness have been made to ascertain -
-Morning Warship 11:00 a.m. First Methodist Church Sunday School 10:00 a.m. the Public Records of Citrus Building. Inverness Florida, a the same. you can swing ,the deol financially? The QMwer .to

Evening Wprship, 7:30 p.m. Rev. Tom Price pastor. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. County Florida copy of your written defenses to It is alleged that you are the "when?" is NOW. The answer to "how?" M on a tow-

i 'Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Training Union 6:30: jj.m. persuant breclosure to the final decree of said cause on or before the 29th natural father of said children cost auto loan from us. Terms to suit yew convenience

.First Pr:3byterian.Rev.James Church Service 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m pending in the entered said in a case the day of April 1963. and file the and therefore you are directed

G. Clark D. D.. Minister court original of said written defenses and commanded to be and appearin
of
Sundays 10:00 a.m. Church Central Church of Christ Church of Christ style BAKERS which. is, HOLSUM in the office of the Clerk ofthe said Court on -or before the Buythat ,
School; for all the'family; 11:00 Seminole Club Bldg. Nelson Short Minister ,plaintiff INC.. a Florida corporation Circuit Court at Inverness hour of 10:00 o'clock A.M. on

a.m. Worship and Sermon Sunday 10:00 and 11:00 a.m. Sunday: SANDER and vs.ABBIE WESLEYR. Florida: otherwise a Decree Monday, the 29 day of April .
k Bible,Study,! 10.-00 a.m. SANDERS Pro Confesso 1963. and to at that time file !
: and 6 p.m.. Worshin llrOaa.m.Evening ; .. his wife, defendants and will be entered new car Pay
Paul T. Dumm. minister against you. The purpose of said pleadings that you may care to
the docket number of
First Assemby of God, Rev. Worship. 600'p.m.. which is file .
suit is for divorce and other re- in person or by attorney,

Johnnie Sundays T. Powell pastor.. Church of Christ Methodist Church 1354.Witness my hand and official lief and jurisdiction is requiredby and you are also required to for it as 1. ,
Bible publication of this Notice file a copy of any papers filed
Study 10.OO AM seal of the/court this 20 of
School 9:45 day of
Sunday : a.m. Rev. Henry Wolfe
pastor. with
M.C.Scofield.2Q9-210Ma-
Morning Worship 11:00 AM March 1963.IRANGES :
Suit.Witness
Worship 11:00 10OO.a.m.
a.m. Sunday School
sonic drive it
Building, Inverness. Florida -
my hand as Clerk and you '
Evening Worship 6:00
PM W. WILLIAMS ;
Evangelistic Service 7:30pm.: Church Services 11:00 a.m.
Clerk of Circuit Court the seal of this court on this the the petitioner and also an $
Evening Services. 5:30 pan 26th day of March 1963. attorney at law. Said service to
By: Virginia Williams .
Our Lady of Fatima CatholicChurch. '
be made by mail,if so elect
yon
Sportsmens Park Rev. HOMOSASSA BROOKSVILLE Deputy Clerk Seal ot Clerk of Circuit Court
or in defenses
James Hoge. O.S.B. pastor. First Baptist Church Rev. L. Jehovah's Witnesses, Publish March 28. 1963 Citrus Coaety Florida should person. Any
show
cause why the prayer -
Masses-Sunday. 9:00,' & .Glenn Stephens Brooksville Kingdom Hall F \ \WILLIAMS of the petition should not be
IJ5! a.m. Weekday morningsat Sunday School 10.OO; a.m. County Park Rd. W. Clerk of the Circuit Court
Should fail do
granted you to as
8 a.m.Highlands. Morning 'Worship 11:00 a.m. Public Meeting. Sun. 300 p.m GIVE FORESTS A BREAK. By Virginia s. Williams D.C. herein required then a decree
Training Union 6:30 p.m. Watch Tower Study Sunday GEO. W. SCOFIELDBank r r e
pro confesso will be entered
Faith Chapel Jay ant Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. 4:15 p.m. CLEAR A FIREBREAK of Inverness Bldg. against you and this cause will

Elsie Prentiss Pastors Inverness FloridaATTORNEY
Methodist proceed ex parte, to a final
Church. LECANTO BEFORE BURNING! FOR PLAINTIFF hearing.
Services
oiinday Rev. D. Rossi pastorS Church of Christ. A. Frank Publish March 28. April. 11. Herein fail not.
Church School 10:00 a.m. ndays.9:30a.m.SundaySchool 1963.
minister. 18.
Johnson
.
WITNESS the hand aad seal
Worship Service ll: O.a.m. 10:30 a.m. Worship
7:30 Sunday: of this Court oo this 25 day of
Evang. Services: p.m.: Bible '10:15
Study a.m. husband titarch,1963.
"Usually a grows

Seventh-Day: Adventist Church Baptist Church RED LEVEL Worship 11:00 7:00 a.m. alone-especially when the FRANCIS W.WILLIAMS,Clerk,
Worship The
w. J. Ostman Minister. Eden O.C Anderson pastor p.m. little woman hasn't had a Circuit Court of Citrus County, Bank

Gardens, 5. mi' :East of Inverness Bible School10.00 a.m. ETACHATTA birthday for the last 10 State of Florida.
on Hwy..44. Sun. worship service 1100a.m. New By Virginia S. Williams.
Hope Methodist Church years." Kenny Bennett, Inverness
Sunday School,, 9:30 Training(Union 6:30 p.m. Sunday School 2:30 p.m. Greencastle 'Ind.) Putnam Deputy Clerk
preaching Service 11.00 Evening service 7:30 p.m. Worship Hour 3:00 pan. Publish March 28, April 4. 11,
Elder W.J. Ostman County Graphic. 18 & 25. 1963







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THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF AND TO:

I' COUNTY JUDGE CITRUS, THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR- All persons claiming aw estate,

I Tp gp( tp SE1 j0 RENT yEIP WANTEp Si FOUHD COUNTY IN PROBATE.FLORIDA CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND right, title or inMra* in. or

FOR CITRUS COUNTY.IN claim upon the real property
IN RE: ESTATE OF. JAMES K. CHANCERY. No. 1530 herein described or toy part

BROCK Deceased.TO MARINE BANK AND TRUST thereof. )v

Work Wanted I ALL CREDITORS AND COMPANY and BESSIE HOY YOU, AND EACH OF YOU are
f'i Public Notice
Real EstateFOR Real Estate PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
i Miscellaneous J ___._ ___ WILLIAMS, as Trustees. hereby notified that a proceeding : -
AGAINST SAID ESTATE
-- AUBREY NOBLES BULLDOZER DEMANDS Plaintiff, to quiet title has. been

t SALE--Two lots and trail FOR SALE--Lecanto Subdivision work or IN THE COURT OF THE : vs brought in the: Circuit Court in
Farm fresh eggs work, hourly You and each of you are hereby
SPECIAL FOR LENT' er. Hernando Hide-A-Way, two bdrm. frame house, contract..Free estimates work COUNTY jUIXJECITRUS notified and required to presentany RICHARD B. ROBINSON; JOHNT. and for Citrus County, againstyou

Medium 3doz. $1.25,Large.50# CHARLES STORMES Hernando asbestos siding, all modern on .guaranteed. Ph. 726-2372, In- COUNTY FLORIDA claims and demands which KAHLERT?: C.D. LANGLEY; and against all persons

D oz., Extra large 55t doz.DUFFY'S Fla. 12-3p four lots. Hwy and street front verness. 8-6P LN PROBATEIN you or either of you may have CHESTER J. BROWN, L. M. claiming any estate right, titleor
EGG RANCH 41 age. Good water, $5500. A. T. RE: ESTATE OF F.RANK D. against the estate of JAMES K. LANGLEY' G. E. SNYDER:The interest in, or lien upon the
Hwy
Lecanto. Fla.l2-3p SANDERS Deceased.TO SAVANNAH AND FLORIDA following described real
r S. Floral City, Fla. 13-tfc LAKE TSALA APOPKA water- TOWNSEND, work. BROCK, deceased, late of said prop-
front new two bdrm. home all Woman wants part time ALL CREDITORS AND County to the eounty Judge of PHOSPHATE LAND COMP- erty, situate and lying in Citrus
10 Call evenings 726-2802. 13-1c PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS.OR ANY a Georgia corporation;and County Florida, and
masonry, lots of. cupboard FOR SALE-- ACRES,walking Citrus County; Florida at his you are
FOR SALE-H ft. Plywood boat space, patio and patio door distance to.town. $25 down,::30 DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES- office in the court house of said THE CHICAGO TITLE AND hereby required to file with the

MRS. MAY J. WILLIAMS, 8 x 16 service and storage month. By owner,Box 637, Dun- STATE: County at Inverness, Florida, TRUST COMPANY, an Illinois Clerk of said Court, your writ-

Wheeler St., Inv. Highlands N. bldg. Landscaped. 2 mi N of. nellon Fla. 13-3p Public NoticeIN You and each of you are hereby within six calendar months from corporation ten appearance (personally or

Box 277, Rt. 1, Ph. 726-2196. Hernando on Flying Arrow Dr. notified and required to presentany the time of the first publicationof Defendants. by attorney) in said proceeding

i _12-3c, off State Rt. 200. $6950.Tenns. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF claims and demands which this notice. Two copies of NOTICE OF SUIT TO QUIET on or before the 15th day of

i FOR SALE--Speed Queen wash- H. CALLAHAN. Ph. 726-2988 For Rent THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR- you, or either of you, may have each claim or demand shall be TITLE April. 1963, (which date is not
er, excellent condition. $35 8-tfc CUIT OF THE STATE OF against the estate of FRANK D. in writing. and shall state the THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: less than twenty-eight((28))days.
FLORIDA IN AND FOR CITRUS SANDERS, deceased late of THE CHICAGO TITLE AND nor more than sixty (60)) days
3 of residence and office -
MRS. CONKLIN. Harvard Ave., WISH TO RENT--2 or Bdrm place post
FOR SALE--Three bdrm. two COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. said the TRUST COMPANY, whose ad- after the
Hernando Fla. house, furn. or unfurn. County to County Judgeof address of the claimant, issuance: of this Sum-
11-p Mary
bath tile roof carport and MID-STATE HOMES INC., a dress is 111 West
Washington
Hayden Route 1, Box 163. Inverness Citrus:: County. Florida at and shall be sworn to by the mons), and thereafter to file
utility. Lot 100 ft x 150 ft. Florida corporation Plaintiffvs his office in the court house of claimant his Street Chicago Illinois, this service on the opposing counsel,
PEAT FOR SALE-Reasonable Fla. Ph. 726-1694. agent or attorneyand
Delivered. Call 726-1456 after $500 down Sportsmen's Park, 13-lc said County at Inverness, Florida accompanied by a filing fee being the office location of said and file with said Clerk your

500 P.M. 11-3c see JOHN OSSENFORT, 726- EMORY ROBINETTE, et alDefendants. within six calendar months of one dollar and such claim or corporation and the registeredagent written defenses, if any, to the

1V7I 3-ffC FOR RENT--Newly decoratedapt ; .. from the time of the first publication demand not so filed shall be being: complaint at the times pre-

FREE DUMPING DIRT ONLY bdrm, living room, kitch- No. 1568 of this notice.Two copiesof void. A. EDMUND PETERSONAND scribed by law. therein settingup

FURN. two bdrm. home for eneqe. Sufficient for three NOTICE OF SUIT each claim or demand shall JOHNSON S. SAVARY TO: the estate right title or interest

Landscape Sportsmen's Nursery Park lease or sale. Air conditioned adults only. TV hook up.JOHN THE STATE OF FLORIDA be in writing, and shall state Attorney for AdministratrixBank THE SAVANNAH AND FLOR- in, or lien upon, the following -

garage five minutes walk to SON'S TRAILER PARK U.5.41 TO: Garland B. Potterfield and the place of residence and post of Inverness Bldg. IDA PHOSPHATE LAND COMPANY described real property,
Ph. 726-2482. Phyllis H. Potterfield whose office address of the claimant a Georgia corporation,
GRAVELY TRACTORS New, post office. Available April 16. S., Inverness. Inverness Fla. to-wit:
rebuilt, parts, repairs. Call 726-2491. 12-3c 7-tfc: business address is Lobby and shall be sworn to by the BEVERLY J. BROCK. whose principal place of busi- The Northwest Quarter (NW

ROGERS AUTOMOTIVE Floor, Union Building.Charles claimant, his agent, or attorneyand As Administratrix of the Estateof ness is unknown,and which cor- 1/4) of the Northwest QuarterNW

Tavares. Ph. 343-3071. 43-tfc FOR SALE--HOME, Keating FOR SALE OR RENT ton W. Va. accompanied by a filing fee JAMES K. BROCK, deceased poration is not known to be dissolved ( 1/4) of Section 2,Township

Park, Brand new two bdrm., 2 Bedroom home with 3 1/2 YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIREDto of one dollar and such claim or Publish March 14, 21, 28.April and, if dissolved to the 18 South, Range 17 East,Citrus

:FOR SALE-30 ft. Alma house large lot. tile bath electric acres land. Paved road. Good file your answer or written demand not so filed shall be 4. 1963. Trustees or other owners of County, Florida.

trailer, with stove and refrig- kitchen large screened patio area. Neighbors. J. T. O'Neal, defenses if any, in the above void. said corporation whose ad- claimed by you.

erator. $325. Ph. 726-1483 at with beautiful lake view, circle Realtor, Inverness Fla. 11-tfc.; proceeding with the Clerk of this JOHNSON S. SAVARY IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF dresses and places of residenceare HEREIN FAIL NOT or judgment -

noon or after 5:30. ED JONES drive, easy term s.BILL KEAT FOR RENT-Furn. two bdrm. Court and to serve a copy Attorney for AdministratrixBank THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT unknown, will be entered against you

Zan-Mar Village, Floral City. ING. Floral City, Fla. 13-tfc house. MILDRED OSSENFORT.Sportsman's thereof upon the Plaintiff"sanorney of Inverness Bldg. IN AND FOR CITRUS AND TO: by default.

_12-3c Park, Inverness whose name and address Inverness Fla. COUNTY. STATE OF FLORI- RICHARD B.ROBINSON;JOHNT. WITNESS my hand and the seal

FOR SALE--260 ft. frontage on Fla. Ph. 726-1371. 12-tfc appears hereon on or be- GOULEY S. BRECKENRIDGE DA. IN CHANCERY. KAHLERT: C. D. LANG- of said Court, at Inverness
LIVE BAITShiners Homosassa road, next to Julian fore the 15 day of April 1963. As Administratrix, C.T.A. of CASE NO 1575 LEY; CHESTER J, BROWN, Florida this 19 day of March.

SOt Doz. Locklear home. Price $1600. FOR RENT--Trailer. HER- The nature of his proceeding the Last Will and Testament of ROSA L. STOKES, WILLIE L. M. LANGLEY; G. E. SNY- 1963.

Terms. See M.C. SCOFIELD, NANDO HIDE-A-WAY, Rt. 200 being a suit for foreclosure on Frank D. Sanders deceased. LUTTRELL, and RUTH S.LUT- DER, whose residences are un- FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS, Clerkof

2 Doz $1.50 Reg owner, Masonic Temple Bldg., Hernando, Fla. 11-3P a mortgage on the following Publish March 14, 21, 28,April TRELL PlaintiffsVS known, Circuit Court Citrus County

2 Dot $1,80 Large Inverness, fla.BEAUTIFUL described real property lying 4. 1963. AND TO: by Virginia S. Williams D.C.
FOR RENTr-Two bdrm. furn"house. : and being in Citrus County, All unknown of the
Minnows NOTICE JOSEPH STOKES, JR., et al. spouses BUCKLEW RAMSEY: STICHTER -
2 1/2 & 5 acre $60 month at Lakeside Florida to-wit: Notice is hereby given that Defendants.NOTICE above named natural defendantsAND 403 Morgan Building,
1
Doz. $1.00 tracts river & lake access, Lot 35, Block Potterfield's
.S Park. Inverness. May be seen # application will be made to the OF SUIT TO: Tampa FloridaATTORNEYS
Direct trom hunt club privileges from $300 between 12:00 and 1:00 p.m. Mayfair Gulf Stream Acres. All
Hatcnery.See regular: session of the Legislature STATE OF FLORIDA TO: parties claiming interest for PLAINTIFFS
Big-Hearted Bert per acre, terms. Owner Box or see SCY HIBBARD at The: Crystal River of the State of Florida JOSEPH STOKES, JR., and if by through,under or against the Publish March 21, 28, April
38, Hernando, Fla. 726.1584 or Chronicle. _ DONE and ORDERED at Inverness -
atGLENN'S convening in regular session in married STOKES,HIS above named natural defendants 4, 11, 1963
726-1347. 13tfcLAKE FOR RENT--Store buildingand Citrus County, Florida April 1963, to adopt a local act UNKNOWN WIFE and KATIE not known to be dead or
this 11 of March 1963.
CAMP day ,
Tsala Apopka 3 fineweekendlodges.dUferentloca empty garage across of the Legislature relating to STOKES BUSH, a single woman, alive and

1st Roaa on Len from High School on Hwy. 41, FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS Citrus County vesting the titleto if they or any of them be alive NOTICEBids HEARING-AIDS
44 -Cities Service Bldg. Call CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy all and if they, or any of them be
Rt. S., Inverness ions, all on waterfront priced Virginia S. Williams sovereignty submerged will be received at City
irom $5500 to $7500, Paul Gig- 726-1711 or see Mrs. Deputy Clerk bottom lands of said county in dead then the unknown heirs Hall on April 2, 1963 at 7:30 Only $2 .f5-Up.

'FOR SALE--Fresh onion nac Real Estate Box 38, Her- Counts Counts Bakery In- Harry M. Hobbs navigable fresh water lakes devisees legatees or granteesof p.m. for Truck Chassis forCity I

; pVmts, multiplying and Sweet nando, Fla. 726-1584. 13-tfc verness. 12ir2c Attorney for Plaintiff rivers and streams, except each any and all of thematic Garbage.Truck. Specificationscan Fr..Trilll.T.MS

'Bermuda l/2 ea.,also bedding FOR RENT-TWO bdrm masonry 211 Jackson Street lands heretofore sold or conveyed any and all persons claiming any be obtained from the City I tLM
t blants. LANDSCAPE NURSERY in the Trustees of the right, title or interest in and to r
Clerk. The the
home carport, utility room on City reserves
FOR SALE--New two bdrm. Tampa Florida
1 mi.: L.; on State Hwy 44, Internal Improvement Fund the following described landsin
;
Ph. 726-1381. 6-tfc- masonry home, carport, utility Lake Bradley. $50.00 month. Publish March 14, 21, 28,April for the Citrus County Florida to- right to reject any and all bids. sc"a Nursery
providing
room overlooking Lake Bradley H.D. ROURKE Rt. 1, Box 14C, 4, 1963. disposition Dated at Inverness, Fla. this
Floral City, Fla. 12-3p thereof; authorizing the Boardof wit: 19th day of March 1963. Two outlets
$5900. Terms. H. D. "
1 & K USED WASHERS Commissioners NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section
J County gov- mile
1 NOTICE Rema Y. Dean City Clerk 1 East on Hwy. 44
ROURKE Rt. ,Box 14C,Floral
Kenmore & RCA Whirlpool our City fla. FOR RENT--Furn., one bdrm Notice is hereby given that application erning body of any municipalityor 18, Township 20 South Range Publish March 28, 1963. and at Sportsman'sPark
specialty. Reasonable rates, 3 12-3p house on the lake with fishing will be made to the other local board authorizedby 21 East.

month Guarantee on all over- dock. Inquire JIM'S WATCH 1963 session of the Legislatureof law, and the Trustees of the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED

hauls and repairs. Ph. 726- FOR SALE-One bdrm.masonry SHOP, Main St., next to A & P the State of Florida com- Internal Improvement Fund, to that a suit has been brought E.G. Neill

2622 Inverness. Fla. (North constructed house.Close to lake Inverness. 12-3c mencing in April of 1963.for the ascertain and establish or alter against you in the Circuit Courtof

('f town) 6-rft; off Rt. 200. Price reasonable. FOR RENT--Reasonable. three adoption of a special act of the a bulkhead line or lines in areas Citrus County, Florida in .General Contractor .
Wftttrfrmt
Write Rt. 1, Box 62, Hernando. bdrm. house furn. or unfurn. Legislature relating to Citrus on their own initiative or on application Chancery by ROSA L. STOKES 1H..situ 1-

CLIENT has $1000 to $1500 to .. 12-3p 501 N. Citrus Ave., Ph. 726- County and providing that the of an upland owner; WILLIE LUTTRELL and RUTH & BuilderHICKORY
loan on improved real estate for 2983 13-2c Comptroller of the State of Florida prohibiting the pumping of sand S. LUTTRELL and you are
two to three years. M.C. SCO- FOR SALE--Two bdrm. home, shall pay direct to the Citrus rock or earth, and the con- hereby required to serve upon HILL RETREATS

FIELD, Inverness, Fla. 5-tfc porch and carport on two lots FOR RENT Four room house County School Board Fifty struction of islands from navi- WILLIAM F. EDWARDS, of Route #1- Highway 44 From 'l, ,S.OO

at Parson Point. Harvard Ave., and cottage furn. KNICKER- (50)%) per cent of the racetrack gable water bottoms; and addingto BRADSHAW & EDWARIl5.PlaintUfs' 3 miles East of Inverness Direct to Gulf Frwh.and

.Hernando, Fla. PRICE $5,000. BOCKER TRAILER PARK, In- money allocated to Citrus Coun- or extending existing lands or Attorneys,whose aJ- Phone 726-2755 Salt Water Fishing.

FOR SALE--Dancy: RCA three .Mts. Conklin 11-3p verness. Ph. 726-1665. 13.2c ty and all interested persons islands bordering on or being in dress is Inverness, Florida a Free plans service Contact:

speed phonograph large and .... : 1/2 block will govern themselves accord- such navigable water bottoms; copy of your written defensesto Financing available
with rolling stand. Good buy at FOR SALE- TWO bdrm. home, FURNISHED cottage ingly. requiring a permit; providing the Complaint in said suit, Lots for Sale
month. Mar-
off $30
$30. See or call DORLAND VAN large Fla. room and utility shall's I.G.A.Shoe Store per Inverness. Publish March 28, '1963. effective date; and confirming on or before the 21st day of For a Square Deal Trttttf's RuttyHonoaassa
DUSEN, 726-1967. 13-tfc room. 60 x 150 ft lot citrus 13-lc certain titles and authorizing April 1963 and the original of Try ERNIE NEILL
trees and shrubbery. If lookingfor disclaimer. said written defenses shall be Sptia,e
NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTo
Restaurant equipment.Antiques a nice home come see this WantedLUZIER Whom It Concern Publish March 14, 21, 28,April filed with the Clerk! of said Telephone 795-2882
May :
.' and stuff. Come SEE. Bring one. Ph. 726-2688 or come to -Help Notice is hereby given of intention 4, 1963. Court. The purpose of this suit STAn AIM 1 /orld's
1 STUFF FER SALE 405 Citrus Ave., Inverness. is to quiet the title of the
money. to apply to the 1963 Regular LargestAuto
Hernando. 12-4p COSMETICS consultant IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT _
Plaintiffs to the property above __
will train you. Unlimited Session of the Florida Legislature OF CITRUS COUNTY, Insurnct: Co.
TO TRADE--Two bdrm. CB described. ..,.
SNAPSHOT DEVELOPING at income. Call 793-4039 or write for passage of an act to STATE OF FLORIDA.IN sun H.tSGIIINIUUNC" fksiital
modern home two miles southof WITNESS my hand as Clerk I
.
ZELLER MUSEUM and studios Virginia Holt,Panasoffkee,Fla. abolish the present municipal PROBATE.In State Firm Afmt
Largo, for home comparablevalue and Seal of said Court at Inverness -
government of the City of Inver- of Wallace K.
Re Estate
12-3p :
camera shop. Fas courteous near or in Crystal River. Florida on this the State Farm Mutual Automcttlt tew met: Co.
ness in Citrus Florida, also known W. K.
County as Medical
quality service by experts. Appraised at $10,500, near GOOD NEWS for older man. Dooley 13th day of March 1963. Phone Crystal Rim 795-2541 EiiswMceMaximum
and establish and constitute Deceased.
to a Dooley,
U.S. 41 N. Inverness. 52-tfc
shopping centers schools Real opportunityforaprofitable FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS
municipality to be known as the NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
beaches and Lake Seminole. Rawleigh Business in INVER- Clerk of Circuit Court
City of Inverness in Citrus creditors of the estate of
Beautiful DACHSHUND puppies. Address: W. TED GANNAWAY. NESS. Write Rawleigh's Dept. BY: Virginia S. Williams D.C. Benefits
County Florida; and to providea Wallace K. Dooley, also known
AKC $35.OO.Will hold for East 10367-106th Ave. Publish March 21 28 Low CostRenewable
N.
Largo, FAC-371-556 Memphis, Tenn. April
charter for the K. Dooley, deceased are
as W.
er. Call 726-1094. 12-3c Fla. 13-tfc governmentof 4, 11, 1963.NOTICE. WEST COAST CONCRETE &
.. 3g
and
said City.Publish hereby notified required to
PAVING INC., BROOKSVILLEPhone
TOMATO & CABBAGE FOR SALE--Modern frame SALES door work TRAINEE, car opening, out, March 28, 1963 file any claims or demands OF LEGISLATIONTO Weeki Wachee 5962011or
necessary
plants for sale.Tel 726-1525 houses available, repossessed J which they may have against WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I 596-2044 see
C.R. Johnson 2/10 miles S two bdrm moved to your lot,low salary to start good opportunity CWnlcl said estate in the office of the Notice is hereby given of intention -
for man ambitious and willing -' Subscribe t. the Bi
of Masonic hall Floral City price, callTampa 833-6131 collect to work. For interview con- county judge of Citrus County to apply to the 1963 Cement blocks for all types of Ktat'ftt

11-3c 13-1 pIt tact GREEN'S FUEL GAS SER- Florida, in the Courthouse at Session of the Florida Legislature construction radio control tran-
Fiberglass Materials Inverness, Florida, within six for of atCitizens
726-1111 8-tfc passage an act relating sit mix.Complete.
VICE. Phone
to advertise. calendar months from the
pays ((6)) to Citrus county; pro-
REEL & ROD service We Cook waitress.Apply to WAYNE For Boats date of the first publication of
hibiting the taking of fish other line of Masonry Li* Co.
trade and swap. BERT'S REEL TWIN PINESTRAILOR PARK WHITE, Fork s Restaurant, this notice. Each claim or de- than by certain described me-.
SHOP Glenn's Camp, 1st roadon Hernando, Fla. ll-3p See mand must be in writing and thods from the Withlacoocheeriver materialsAll

left, Rt. 44, S. Inverness.35-tfc New and Used Trailors. FF "YOU LIKE PEOPLE. EDWHITACRE must state the place of resid- ; limiting said prohibition kinds of paving jobs..largeor Court House $4tMreInv..u

Large trailor lots-shade and ence and post-office address of to certain waters; providing effective small. 7-tfc fl..
friends and
Enjoy making want 44Withlacoochee
Route
good water. Recreationbldg.and the claimant, and must be swornto date.Publish I
TV SALES shuffle boards. Brooks- to earn money. Contact your River by the claimant, his agent, March 21, 28, April
AVON
ville Hwy 41 S. 10-tfc manager. Write AVON Phone .748-6$93 or his attorney or it will become -
4. 11, 1963
Home Furniture Store, Phone P.O. BOX 485 Clermont Fla.
void according to law.
.
726-2922. We the
give most - ---- 13-lc
for the old set when trade March 131963
you W ED-Salesman for repos- before you buy..See LOVICK WILLIAMS No Money Down
for
a new TV. Good selectionof
For Sale 201-2 $ .rta. s uJi, _
sessed houses. No age limit. Inverness Bank Building
used TV's $25 and
up.
Real estate license not neces- ALIENS POINT Inverness, Florida
Lovely 2-Bedroom home,
Write 4302 KensingtonAve. Attorney for Executrix. Brand New 2 B.R. Home
SEE US for FREE estimates on "Completed December, 1961.. sary.
Air Conditioning. HERNANDO On the water, masonry con- ., Tampa, Fla. Submit telephone llJOspellsland-lnverness) Fannie M. Dooley, r s. a
GAS CO. Brooksville. Fla. Ph. number. 13-Ip ALL WATERFRONT LOTS Executrix of the Estate of
struction, ceiling heat com- rest Move right inComplete
Brooksville 796-4225 or Inver- pletely furnished. Wallace K. Dooley also knownas

ness 726-2595. 13-tfc Only $10,500 MUSICIANS forming small interested band or com-in $2750. & up..TermsAsk W. K. Dooley deceased. HOMESITE for living ceramic bats,carport screened

J. T. O'NEAL REALTOR, bo, for dances. Monthly for 4 Publish, 11. 1963.March 21, 28, April CRYSTAL RIVER FLA. porch, well septic tank iiuulttioa. oil ftnee

ART SUPPLIES. Oils, Watercolors OR SEE THE REALTOR OF V.F.W. Post in Hernabdo. your Realtor to show Wbec. link b r lee' garbage disposer utility room beautiful abided lee

Pastels Brushes, Palettes YOUR CHOICE. For information call NICK you this fine property or "" NOTICE 80 x 125. All utilities in. $8.950.00. $75.00 per....*

Varnish. Drawing Pads. SOLYER. 726-1481. 12-3c contact Wm. Spanjerowner) Bids will be received at City total or $1350 down $55 per mondt.ZAN .
!>Mw i a.aa..rKtKOly
Dunnellon Florida.
,
Available NOW at WALT CON- Hall, City of Inverness Florida, .
FOR SALE-Small frame almost 9-2663
NOR'S OFFICE SUPPLY, In- new two bdrm.home,large: Real Estate Opportunity Hunter on April 2, 1963. at 7:30 P.M., -MAR VILLAGE Flwal CIty
13-tfc YOU SELL?
CAN
for
verness. a diatomaceous earth filter
lot walking distance to town. Your own full-time business, for the City Pool. Inverness, Full 85 X 120/ofz-on/yttO .

I Sacrifice 637 $4200 cash. Owner Real Estate, right in this I FUN Florida. Contact City Hall for Just East of Airport Enter thru 1 Mile SOYh OB u.s. 41, 2 Blocks West w .... 410.
Box Dunnellon Fla.
133pIN
Your HOME FURNITURE area. National company, established FISH'nn complete drawings, plans, and EDWARD L. JONBS OWMT k Du ib'ir.ptHwe .
/era Estales.Wrife.; P.O.Bo C7of
is authorized FRIGI-
7261493SNAPP
STORE CRYSTAL RIVER Mobile in 1900, largest in details.

( DAIRE and MAYTAG appliance jhomesites on U.S. 19 S., 70 X its. field. (Unlicensed- The City reserves the right to contact Wave Al2/>.artr,

dealer. We service what we 75. all with central water. J25 write us.) Training and instruction Lake Tsala Apopkafront reject any and all bids.. .altr. Werfn Icckitg ct-

sell. 38-tfc down and $10 mo. Contact given in all phasesof REMA Y. DEAN, City Clerk .

FLORA VEAL, owner at 795- your operations from City of Inverness Florida

1 Stoves, Refrigerators,$15&up. '2822 or 7952410. 47-tfc. Start to Success. All advertising LAKE view i Sites Publish March 14, 21, 28, 1963 '
Coffee pots Anything for all signs,forms,sup Tomato Plants REALTY
i your FOR SALE--Large shaded lots plies are furnished. Nation- NEW HOMES I OR SALE
home. STUFF FER SALE.Her 100 ft 150 ft. Priced from
_ x wide advertising brings Buy IMMEDIATE OC.c.PPANCYHNANCL"'G BoxThe
nando. $850 to $1200. $25.00 down as ers from Everywhere. Can ; ARRAN;ED Fiberglass Big I EXCLUSIVE SALES REPRESENTATIVES Of-

low as $10.00 per month. Con- .you qualify? You must have SEE Our Model Homes in

I-OR SALE OR RENT--45' tact JOHN OSSENFORT. 726- initiative, excellent character LAKE-TSALA GARDENS; WILDING PANELS Worlds most Uniform. INVERNESS HIGHLANDSSEE

Trailer sleeps four. 2 miles 1371. Sportsmen's Park. 3-tfc (bondable), sales ability, HEL-A1R I I'rum 29$ Sq. 11.Maaulacttired Prolific and Longest; Lasting

I S of floral City. IS Hwy 41. New nine room masonry home, be financially responsible.Commissionvolume POINT O'WOOIJS any size.
1 |'h. 726-2888 13-tfc two ceramic tile baths,two fire- oppor- I Lxainple 10' \ 20' Sheets for I LANDSCAPENURSERYS US FOR ALL PURCHASES,

places. Wall to wall carpeting in tunity for man, woman, VAL ENTERPRISES C'.arpurts. Trailer Awningsor SALES OR TRANSFERS OF EQUITY
couple or team That Can Advertising; Billboards :
living and dining room on 30
There are three main causes Sell. Write today for info only $58 in choice of cfelor.IVmtonn PHONES: 736-1241 or 7262471'1MiL '
somatiun.
acres cleared. $28,000, 12 mi. Home I IfetiltlersK IJcvelullCrs| : .
<> forest fire in I'lorula: can- .
E SOUTH ON U.S. HIGHWAY 41
:S.b'.*>f Inverness. Being Mld by STROUT REALTY IS 41 Inverness Tlb 2401
I leas men rare less women, ami'1 Manufacturing Cerpsllwy Both Locations Ph.726-1381
,637 Last Broadway Ocala '
own<'r. Ph. 796-4875. -tc. (1 Mi.Sui Cowrtliottsel!
careless children. I Ph 62282181.4c I 41 N Ilrooiarvilte Fla.
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Lake Tsala! ; RiverRamblings Negro Knife Wielder MALICIOUS
Crystal
Released On BehaviorRay


r Garden ,; Ingram, 39-year-oW Inverness WOODS
:
! .. Negro was arraigned t
By Gladys "pavis! before Judge O. Frank Scofield BURNERS

The Board of Directors of By uuRn M. ZIMMEJRMAN Monday on a charge of assauk
Like TsalaGardens Community and battery in the knifing of ROB US ALLI
J Cltlb Held their regular monthly Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Castle their northern home in Rich- Lillian Snow early Sunday
mtettflg! Tuesday March 26th at were hosts at a dessert-bridge mond, Ind. Mr. Kleinknect is 1l"i morning.
I 8:00 p.m. at the residence of party last Friday evening. Included president of the Richmond First Ingram was handed a 90-day
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Oden. in the party were, Dr. Federal Loan Association. jail sentence, but released on

Recent guests of Mr.and Mrs. and Mrs. Frank J.Wabrath,Dr. John H. Haley, Jr. has been ....-i._::o;, good behavior. He was instructed YOUR I
Ozie Nickelson were the Rev. Lucille Flood and her sister, spending the spring holiday ' also to pay all medical bills
and Mrs. Clarence Spangler of Mrs. Alden Carpenter Mrs. from theL'niversityolAlahama, -_ -:5'' pertaining to the 35-year-old
Cincinnati, O. and Mr.and Mrs. Estelle Brass and her sister, wit!, Miss Rebecca Maynardand :; negro woman's wounds. Miss PHARMACISTGalen

Bill Sherman 6f Bellview. your reporter. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. . . Snow was treated at Citrus
f Mr. and Mrs. William Casey Mrs. Julia Falany has return- Harry E. Maynard of Lecanto. Memorial, where 50 or more
I of Downsville, N.Y.were recent ed to her home after a prolongedvisit Mrs. Alden Carpenter entertained ( stitches were required. 1
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack with her niece,Mrs.Helen at bridge on Monday

Eder. Grim, and family, at Jackson- evening to honor her house "The annual interest the Galen, born in Asia Minorin
Mr. and Mrs. Ozie Nickelson ville Beach. guests, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick on 131 A.D., was an early and
entertained with a dinner party + Mr. and Mrs. Luther Skinner, Steffans, of Leisure City, and Federal debt runs to $17,690 potent name in medicine and

March 14th honoring Mr. and of Montgomery Ala. and Mr. Dr. Lucille Flood, her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wall--50 of marriage. every minute . Only 22 his influence was felt until
MISS MAYNARD J.G. years
REBECCA
Mrs. Carl Foglestom on their and.Mrs. Jack Skinner of Col- of Highland Falls, N-Y- --photo by Zeller-O'Neal years ago the entire Govern- the 17th Century. In fact it
I I 47th wedding anniversary. umbus, Ga. arrived in town a Mr. and Mrs. James DeCarlo ment was operated on what it is quite possible that even today -

i Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eddie July Nuptials At week ago, and several days later and daughter, Pam, of Reading, ee e4ee:: Gelcte ? now takes to meet interest pharmacopoeias are still
Davis this week were Mr. and motored to Miami where Pa. who are touring Florida for e7eddc9Mr. payments on the debt.Rep.H. not totally free of some of
Mrs. William Toms from Mor- they embarked for the Bahama the next: two weeks, arrived at R. Gross (D., Iowa.) the compounds of no worth
ristown, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. Lecanto Church Islands.Mr. the Lecanto home of Mrs. De and Mrs. J.G. Wall were Attending the guestbook was called vegetable simples, or
Carroll Faulkner of Louisville, and Mrs. Ernest Graft of Carlo's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. honored guests at a party given Mrs. Cam Wall]), serving the galenicals, attributable to
Ky.Mr. LECANTO--Mr. and Mrs. Minneapolis Minn. are vacationing H.E. Maynard, on Monday. recently at the home of their cake was Sherry Beth Allen,and Galen.
and Mrs. Ed. Heitzman Harry E. Mayuard, of Lecanto, at their southern home Ernest Woods, who is on leaveof daughter, Mrs. T.R. Sparkman, Pouring were Mrs. Freda Wall
have returned home after announce the engagement and Mrs. Graft gave a surprise absence from the U.S. Navy, Crystal River. The party was in and Mrs. Lucille Akin. VALERIEInverness ODe result of Galen's teach-
-4 spending a few days in Ft.Mey- approaching marriage of their birthday party in honor of her is visiting his parents, Mr. and celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wall were join- ing was Galencial system
I' ers. daughter. Miss Tamsy Rebecca husband on Sunday, having Mrs. Arthur Woods at their Wall's 50th wedding anniver ed in marriage on March 17, of therapeutics which called
GIVING ADVICE to John H. Haley Jr. son of Mr. seventeen guests present.Mr. home on Route 495. sary. An open house was held 1913 in Omaha, Texas. They Fla. for use of several thousand
One gives nothing so liberallyas and Mrs. John H. Haley Sr. of and Mrs. Vinel S. Lewis Mrs. G.C. Peterson left on on March 17. raised their family in Snyder, drugs. It wasn't uncommon
advice. Birminham, Ala. attended the 69th annual Florida Wednesday for her home in TWO sons, Arvel L. Wall and Texas and moved to Alabamain Phone 7264094MONTUFSWED for a single prescription to
Rochefoucauld Miss Maynard graduated from Bankers Convention last week Glenbeulah, Wis.. after a mon- family of West Helena. Ark., 1934. From there they wentto call for a hundred or more
Crystal River High School, which was held Miami Beach th's visit at the home of her and Tommy C. Wall and familyof Columbus, Miss., and in 1955 & THURS. drugs.
Advice is pot disliked because class of 1959, andfromtheFlorida in the Fontainbleau Hotel. They brother, Edward F. Sinz and Vacherie, La. atended the they came to Crystal River. It I SHOW only
also visited with their Vinel Mrs. Sinz. Another BOX OFFICE opens 7:15 We aren't
son celebration. son
was that that Mr. Wall particularly
it is advice; but because so few Christian College at year retired -
people know how to give it. Tampa. She has also been a stu- Lewis, Jr.and family,Miami. Col. and Mrs. William H. Wayne Wall of Baker. La. was from farming and ranch- SHOW begins 7:30 P.M. thrilled at COOK'S PHAR-
Leigh Hunt dent of piano and voice, and for Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Craig have been entertaining old unable to attend the golden wed- ing. Friday TWO SHOWS MACY by single prescriJrtions
her participation in music at the Kleinknect have returned to friends at their homeintheVil-ing celebration with his family. Beginning 7:30 P.M. called for a hundred or

To accept good advice is but to college, she received diploma lage of Picardy. Among their Continuous SHOWS more drugs, but you can be
increase one's own as an Associate of Arts (AA). dte guests were Miss Eloise Gall Saturday & Sunday sure that they will receive
ability.Goethe Miss Maynard will be a memberof of Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. and r si from 2 P.M. our prompt atte>xion. Ser-

the June graduating class at Mrs. S.C. Alden of L.I., N.Y. iously, any and every pre
the University of Florida in \ir and Mr. and Mrs.William Munk, Wed. Thurs. Friday scription is filled quickly
Gainesville.Mr. whose home is at Tryon, N.C. - GIGOT competently and with the fin
Haley was graduated from The Craigs were hosts at i Starring Jackie Gleason est quality drugs OB the mar
Woodlawn High SchoolBir-- luncheon for their guests at the ket at COOK'S PHARMACY.
Paradise Saturday: Double Feature Phone 726-4121.
Plantation Hotel
mingham and also attended the on
Florida Christian College. In Wedieae4BY Monday noon.Another TARZAN The Ape Man and
TARZAN Goes To India THIS
1962 he graduated from the Un- luncheon party at die WEEK'S HOUSEHOLD
NELSON SHORT
iversity of Alabama, where he Paradise Plantation Hotel Mon' HINT: Eyebrow tweezers are
received his Bachelor ofScience FLORAL CITY day noon comprised of Crystal Sun. Mon. Tuesday. handy untie badlyknottedshoe
CHURCH OF CHRISTI River folk, Mrs. Ralph Beddow WAR LOVER laces.Holder's .
degree. At present he is .
have received
( many expres-
Mrs. M.r
Mack
L. 1
Vickrey
Mrs.
pursuing his medical course in sions of commendations from
the Thomas E. Brass and Miss
School of Medicine at the
different sections in regard to Laura
M. Zimmerman.
Birmingham University.The Bible Meditations. If you wish
Our 'Business IsTo wedding will be an event to express your appreciationfor
of July 5 at 7 p.m.in the Lecanto Nursery
this column address -
you may _
Help Preserve Church of Christ.Friends and your comments to the 9adee9 .
- Green House &
relatives of the couple are invited editor.) Landscaping!

Your Loved Ones the reception to attend following the wedding it. and "THE GARDEN word "Gethsemane"means OF SORROW"The ; tie ?lML a Phone 795-2917. Business Hours...7 Days a Week.

Great, Variety of Plants & Services. Everything Priced to Sell.
Names l In Ageless "olive press. In the .
When women buy clothes they ...will overlook Paradise links and King's Bay... -
Garden of Gethsemane the heart If the December
want to be daringl! BEVERLYLEE freeze gave Crystal St. Crystal River
Stone. Visit Us And SHOP will make an effort of the Saviour was crushed. To your plants a colder shoulder
to UNDERSTAND a customer him it was a place of agony, of than your feuding neighbor,then Ultra-Modern Home spaces.
and help make her feel adven- strong crying, of tears and of it is time to reconnoiter. The home, which faces the
Being ConstructedNear
See Our Displays turesome with a new element blood. When he came to the In making the survey, you'll Golf Club Boulevard,will have a
COLOR garden of sorrow he had threeintense discover coolness toward a New Hostelry splendid view of the Paradise
COMBINATION.See the
most beautiful selection of desires. The first was warm friendship and coolness golf"links, King's Bay and sur- (
LaPerJeMemorials styles just arrived. BOBBIE for solitude. He had left the with warm weather plants are Crystal' River is adding an rounding area. The cost is in
BROOKES DRESSES & COOR- multitude of the city. He hadleft equally damaging. ultra-modern home to it's already the $40,000.00 bracket.

DINATES. Fabulous & exciting! eight disciples at the garden It's the permanent damage to large list of "firsts".
gate, he withdrew from the look for. Don't become alarmed The new house being built on a BOOTS
Start
(1.S. 4l 3 miles So. your lay-away now. Open
Inverness P.O. Box 447 every day from 8:30 to 6:00 three-Peter, James and if poinsettias, turk's caps and lot adjacent to the Paradise Opening Soon
Wed. all day. Sat. till 7:00P.M.' John-a stone's throw.There he hydrangeas are browned to the Plantation Hotel, was designedby
108 Main St. Inverness Fla. was alone. Grief drove him to ground. These plants are in the Mr. Robert Hyde, an en- LOTSWellingtonRubber-
this solitary place in the dark- habit of being singed. They rest gineer and inventor from Cincinnati Pine Lakein
ness of the night. The secondwas awhile then send up new growth O. Mr. and Mrs. Hyde
for the sympathetic under- from below-ground stems and and family will reside here at
SELF standing of his friends. Thoughhe roots. the completion of the home. Floral City
withdrew from the city the Don't invest in ulcer pills if John R. Dotson of Crystal River
ERVICE eight, and the three a stone's the dooryard citrus tree has is building the house. For Cottages & Trailers CITRUS
throw, he craved his closestdisciples lost its leaves and a twig or two. Modernistic in every detail,
; # Washday can bechild's sympathy. Though he Bat\ you can start worrying Mr. Hyde made a model of the VAL ENTERPRISESUS CENTER
was the Son of God, he wanted about planting peaches or other house on a scale of onequarterof

the sons of men to watch for hardy fruit trees if arm-size an inch to a foot, which Dot- 104 W. Main Inverness Fi!
i .. .,/. i play! him--"What, could ye not watch citrus limbs were ruptured by son is enlarging to required 41 Inverness 726-2401
with me one hour?" The thirdwas the freeze. proportions. The residence will
r.. '+ A big V3h needn't mean for help from God. Thrice Instead of bemoaning and have two stories,the floor space
he prayed the same prayer.God grumbling at the sight of winter- covering 3500 square feet. It ___0 _0
z. a day of back-breaking heard his cry and gave him killed beauty, make a list of will be built of Transcite, a
v strength to meet the foe and to the plants that have succumbed. fire-proof, cement and asbestos
work. Do your laundry in endure the cross with its pain Omit these plants from your material, 4 x 12 foot sheeting,
and shame. permanent landscape list. having a white roof with a weightof
I 1
our speedy automatic machines Every man has his own Geth However, most gardeners like fifteen tons.
ismsao>i semane. A lesser Gethsemane? to live daringly by planting cro- The first floor will house the
banish
to drudgery. Yes, but a Gethsemane- cri, tons and other tropical plants a foyer and stairway, the kitchen

Open All Hours sis, a great bereavement, a hundred or so miles into the and dining areas, recreationroom
heart-crushing experience. freezing zone. This clan of Mr.Hyde's office,a lava- .
When we come to this place, take-a-chance gardeners are tory and bath. There will be a
Wash 2'5C ---: -- Dry 100 1 like the Saviour we have threegreat not happy if they are unable to built-in carport on the first
desires: Solitude sym- grumble about chilling their fin floor level, under the front of .r
Plenty of parking patheitc understanding of our gers numb each winter trying the house, with space for four
space closest friends and help from to save plants that will eventually cars. This will be all under the II .
God. When tragedy strikes, we get killed. one roof.
E CON-Q-WASH do not go to the noise of the Another approach to learning The second floor will contain
cities but we desire to be alone- about the hardiness of plants three large bedrooms, three

24 Hour Self Service i Laundry and for our friends to help bear is to secure a copy of Agricultural bathrooms and a powder room, II .
the burdens. But some of these Extension Service Bulletin also large closets and storage When It's a matter of forms....
burdens they cannot bear for us. 179 "Landscaping'Florida
Corner of Grace & Sts. Inverness Fla.You'll
Apopka So, we draw near unto him Homes", from Your county or When the American colonies
who is able to save to the utter home demonstration agent.This were first settled, there were
most. (See Heb. 4:15-16))>. It is publication on landscaping con- no horses In the country--later, I I put It up to ul! .
to Gethsemane that the Saviour tains a long list of ornamentals wild horses were found in the
himself draws near to listen suitable for planting around Western states, having roamed
When it to invokes order
to sympathize and to help. Florida homes. their from Mexico. comes your ,

Enjoy Other information that you'll I' forms, shipping labels, etc., come to us. .
Public NoticeNOTICE glean from the bulletin will include -

?e- & ieetaWt 4a : whether or not parts of We'll design forms to fit your business Wee
the plants are poisonous, which 'SHOESREBUILT\
NOTICE is hereby given that a
a glove print them to perfection!
section of the state the plant is ,
In this gracious & charming home overlooking: City public Hall hearing in Inverness will be held,Florida in the, best adapted, shape of the plant m I .
color of flower, if the plant
at 8:00 o'clock P.M.on Tuesday,
4e 7aaa lf4a 16 April 1963, bytheCityCouncn grows best in sun or shade and WHILE YOU WAIT
the soil
of the City of Inverness,Flo type best suited for
rida, to determine the advisability the {Slant.- I .

of closing and discontinuing, vacating,abandoning those If you fan' you'll are a discover what'sinaname that- Quick repairs for

certain alleys delineated on the seafood lovers can plant sea
shoes full o'woe!
fishtail
recorded plat of Inverness grapes palms, oyster
Heights Subdivision, recorded plant or the shrimp plant.Those

in Plat Book 2, pages 145 and who are lovers of other sorts Shoes soled/

146, public records of Citrus and like to are consider carrying the a flame torch vine.may ; and heeled For a letterhead Fr8M s .,Ie .....
County, Florida, described as ,
If they speak Spanish,then thereis
follows
All that: part of an alley lying the Mexican flame vine. If worthy of yea . Ie ItI c..IIIetI. .

between Block A and D, and all they get jilted, they can plant ,- '" .

that part of an alley lying between a fire thorn. :... We assure precision print Bring yovr printing. . need
THE COURIER (2 BEDROOM,MODEL) from $6840. Block B and C of Inver Those who cannot arise early
ness Heights Subdivision running may like to plant a bush clock ing for the letterhead of to.us . for quality workmanship .
"63" homes in
Visit our new display vine, a silver Want to put new life into
Lake Tsala Gardens Bel-Air Point O'Woods east and west. mpet tree your choice . end we'll... dependable
and renouncing and disclaimingany trumpet creeper or a painted those old shoes? Our
New homes for sale and immediate occupancy.
right of the City of Inverness window.trumpet near their bedroom craftsmen will do the job gladly help you create a service, modest cot, ptos:;
and the public in and to any
VAl. lands delineated on said record If you like to travel in far- with skill and speed and free, new design. creative pfenning.CHRONICIE .

. ed plat as sailtpurtiunulalJeys.All off places and still remain on save you money too!
your lot, then consider
inten.-staIIICrsuns may appear planting ,
( and be heard at that time Geneva bugleweed Algerianivy ciluib ud i
\riilrtPlitr: JACKSON Ph 726
and place.J. Japanese Photinia.Chinese -1441 1
fan
boxorange
I I'. II4 IRI'ItLSllIN'1'*. European palm.
Brazilian Shoe RepairMain
: CITY' CDTNCIL, pepper tree, Jerusalem
\eAp/LAe4 - TIT 01INVhHMvSS... I I.nltI thorn Canary Island date BOX 65 I inv&rmss
ipalm, Cuban Street, Inverness
lionieliuilders and Community I Jl'vr-IUIIt.'ri I DA. royal palm, Afri- 1.IVI.a All CITIUS COUNTYl
U:f.S.4I f I mile S of coiirthoiiM't Invirr.nc.sRN''4tt1 I't.MKIi1anli. ''Y, I'XvJ can tuljp', tree or the Mexican
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I 13rd YEAR- NUMBER 13 INVERNESS FLORIDA March 28, 1965

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j I A ryi Club To Feature
&v Awards
Floral Show
t# Monday
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CRYSTAL RIVER--The Wo

I Made At FFA Fete tn'CER11FICATE man's of Club Its will annual have Flower a presentation Show-

on Monday afternoon 2 o'clock,
Plenty of food and Future Far- Qulnn Commissioner James at the clubhouse. Members and
mers. That was the menu for Rooks were honored as Chapter friends wishing to display arrangements -
"w* F ., yI last Thursday evening's annual Farmers by Fred Whitelaw,who of flowers potted
Father-Son Banquet for Citrus in turn was honored by Dale plants and dried arrangementsare
Chapter FFA held in the local Gavin for his work as chapter requested to have them at
r school cafeteria. president for the past two years. the club prior to the meeting.
The fried chicken dinner was Richard Kelly faculty advisor, Mrs. Mack L. Vickrey,president -
prepared by cafeteria personneland is the only other president who will conduct a short busi-
served by girls from the served two terms. ness session, during which officers -
home economics department. George Brannen Jr., on behalf will be elected for the
In charge of the program were of the Bank of Inverness pre- 1963-65 term.
chapter president Fred White- sented a $25 Leadership Awardto

!JL TIa law and other FFA officers. Whitelaw. Mrs. ZellerEntertains
Guests were fathers and friends Special awards to scholarship
of the local chapter. winners were presented to
Dinner music was provided by Dick Sechrist, Bobby Hennigar, ClubThe

AMONG THOSE RECOGNIZED at the FFA Banquet were left to right (seated):Jeanne Stillfried. Miss Pat Kelly, at the piano Lonnie Nichols, and Whitelaw Inverness Senior Woman'sClub
while Miss Jeanne Stillfried, by chapter member Jack:Edson.
FFA Sweetheart: Fred Whitelaw, chapter president; Elmo Douglas, second vice president of the met for their regular
Florida FFA Assn.: Lynwood Simmons, first vice president of the State Assn.; (standing) Richard chapter Sweetheart for the past Chapter awards were made by meeting Monday afternoon
Kelly, faculty advisor; John Thomas Willie Whitton and George Tooke. all chapter award recipients two years, was featured in two Lynwood Simmons state asso- with a large crowd in attend
-staff photo vocal numbers. ciation first vice president, to:
Prior to the dinner, Kenneth Whitelaw public speaking;Geo- I ance.
Lancaster spoke the invocation, rge Tooke farm mechanics; Mrs. Willard Marlowe, presi-

- the meetingwas opened by chap- John Thomas, soil and water i dent, conducted the business
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ter officers,Willie Whitton gave management; Willie Whitton session, after which Mrs. John
the welcoming address and chapter star farmer; and Ken- i Hester program chairman introduced -
9 X County Commissioner Harley neth Lancaster stargreenhand. Mrs. W.U. Zeller as

.,t x 'oJr I.F I. Levins rendered the response. guest speaker.Mrs.Zeller gavean
Dale Gavin, active in the local 4-H Equestriennes interesting resume of her
chapter and fourth vice presi- trip to New York In connectionwith
wIt dent in the state association, Do Well At Ocala OF APPRECIATION from the American Cancer the Florida Showcase which
introduced most of the Hank Porter Mrs. Sco- was held last Sept. Along with
',I It guests.A The Ocala Horse Show on Society Is presented to S.O. ( ) by George
E large number of awards Sunday afternoon was well field, president of the Citrus chapter Mr. Porter, of Porter her discourse she showed the
represented -
were given out during the courseof by the Citrus Funeral Home here, received the certificate"for notable assist pictures of Citrus County, usedin
the program. Sheriff Burton 4-H Horse Club,with Rosemary County ance In the crusade conquer cancer." Mrs.Scofield explainedthat the display in the Showcase

Luttrell, Sylvia Ferrill, Carol Porter has aided and supplied the local Cancer Society and the model of Jacqueline
Bodda and Paula Zellner par- chapter by transporting patients, beds and other equipment."We Kennedy which she made whilein
Bellamy'Reunion ticipating. appreciate it when people go out of their way to help." the show room in New York.

A large crowd watched 14 said the local chapter president. -staff photo An entertaining description of
all of her activities while in
The Bellamy family reunion different events, with around 20
New York was given to the de-
will be held Sunday. April 7. entries in each, and ribbons for Crusade Starts April 1 light of the club women who
this at Dade Memorial six places.
year top
felt that Citrus County was well
Park at Bushnell. This will be Sylvia took third place in
represented by Mrs. Zeller.
the second family reunion with Junior Western Pleasure
on"Scout" 27 Cancer DeathsIn During the social hour, Mrs.
the first being held last year. In the Junior Pole C.E. Long, hostess chairman,
Crawford Bellamy advises Bending, first, second and third
that "anybody with Bellamyblood place was taken by Floral City Thru 62The freshments.and her committee served re-

be sure and come" and girls: Carol on "Buttermilk", County
bring a well-filled lunch basket. first; Paula second on "Lady";
Highlands ClubThe
"Come early and as longas and Rosemary third
stay on "Top- American Cancer Society, Because of illness Louis Con-
vJ i you want to," he added. per". Junior Barrel Racing blue regular monthly meeting
Citrus County unit met in the nell, business and special gifts I
) Mr. Bellamy, who possessesthe ribbon went to Carol.Rosemary of North Inverness Highlands
FPL recently to discuss plans chairman, could not be present.
old tied for Social Club will be held
and third
family Bible will and Paul took Tues-
...... rt for the Cancer Crusade fundraising Those attending the meeting:
t __ have it with him on April 7, is sixth. Carol and Rosemary took day at the FPL, with pot luck
appeal, to begin on April included: Mesdames Steadman,,
anxious for all Bellamys to know third and fourth place in the supper at 6 p.tti. and an entertainment -
1. Glasco, Scofield .
HONORARY CHAPTER FARMERS--Sheriff BJl. Quinn (center) and County Commissioner James about the reunion. "Bellamysare Flag Race.Distemper. House-to-house solicitation, Spivey Marshall Joy Stokes Richarc N.J.I planned and executed

E. Rooks Jr. were awarded with Honorary Chapter Fanner plaques during the annual Citrus FFA scattered all over the state volunteer worker methods, Welch, carl Chappell Major by men of the club.to follow.

Father-Son Banquet last week. Doing the honors is Fred Whitelaw, chapter president.-staff photo and up in Georgia," he noted. Epidemic were discussed and a film 6n Bellamy, R.W. Craven, Bit I All property North owners and Trailer of the Highlands Park-

the this method was shown.In Keating and George Pipgrass.
are welcome.
Strikes Dog Packs charge of the,meeting were

- t&stempe'r Mrs. Wilma teadman, Mrs. : -
reaching epidemic
:36 days that provedFord's proportions, has struck dog Mae Glasco, Mrs. Wendell Spi-
packs In Citrus County.The' vey and Mrs. George Scofield,
chairman of the unit. It was '
Chronicle learned that one
pack of 13 valuable deer hounds, reported that 27 deaths from Get Rid Of
kenneled had cancer had occurred In this
near Inverness
been stricken. Eleven of the 13 county In the past year. Ralph
total performance dogs, valued a t upwards of Brant, field representative of IRON-RED
$1,500, were ailing Tuesday the ACS, spoke briefly on the
morning. policies of the Society. or
Cited by the ACS for their long
Distemper, considered to be RtJVl ti.
controllable through innocula- years of duty as volunteers were JamF -- '

RIVERSIDE, CAL. MONTE CARLO PURE OIL TRIALS DAYTONA, FLA. tion, is said to be spreading Mrs. Charles Watson and Mrs. 'DISCOLORED WATER
through the central area of the Jack phinizy, both of Homosassa -
January 20 January 23 January 27In February 24 state at an alarming rate.Personal.1 Springs. A plaque citing with our WaterSoftening
Samuel O. Porter, of Porter
i In a total performance test of brakes The'63 Falcon V-8 Sprints made their "
a competition designed to test all- Daytona 500" history was made when\ Funeral Home, presentedto
suspension and steering on the twist. debut with a fantastic showing; in the around performance, Fords were overall '63J4 Fords blazed into the first five was and
in| Riverside sports car course, Dan 2,500-mile Monte Carlo Rallye.Through winners in Class I and Class II in the places! Since Daytona is the toughest him In recognition of all the ,
Gurney drove Ford hardtop to victory Europe's worst winter weather they Pure Oil Performance Trials at Daytona. track in the world,this was eyewitness - help rendered the local unit
over 43 other stock cars. The 500-mile placed 1st and 2nd in class.Besides this Their tote/performance design added up proof that Ford's foUl performance Mrs. Aldrich from during the past 12 years. Florins Service
irlnd demonstrated Ford's superior ...one Sprint defeated every entrant in to most total points in gas economy, design can endure the maximum in Joseph
stamina and road-holding. the Rallye's six special stages. acceleration and braking events. automotive punishment Wauseon 0.. is spending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Hamill. New Water SystemFor

I I Mrs. "J.T. Ford spent the Crystal Shores -YES YES
weekend with friends inTemple

Terrace, Tampa. Saturday they CRYSTAL RIVER--B.E.Chee-
.. .. went to Lowry Park,Sunday they and
Mrs.
ly William E. Oyler ( YES
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i 4" visited Cypress Gardens and whose homes are at Crystal
from there to Bok Tower, and Shores Estates, have been instrumental -
on to Lake Wales to see the in arranging with

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>:> means of bringing a new water Galvanized & Plastic Pipe
system to their neighborhood.At .

Card of ThanksI present there are 23 homesIn and Full' Line of Frttings
FAlCON SPRINT HARDTOP the group. It was learned that
wish to by drilling a well near Aubrey
express my ap-
. preciation to Roma LaP erle, Allen's property, excellent wa- .Lawn Mower & Out Board Motors Repaired
his sons and the Inverness ter in sufficient quantity couldbe
.i. and Floral City fire depart- piped to two and a half miles
i ., ments, for their efforts In out from the river.
fighting the-fire around my This will be co-operative
.i house Tuesday as well as to system. The water has been
Harry Kuhlman. who notifiedthe rated"very good." Mr. Cheely WHITE DISTRIBUTING CO.
departments and me when states that it will be piped by

FORD GAIAXIE 500X1. the fire spread.: Due to their John Dotson and In use within
I SPORTS HARDTOP efforts there was no material several weeks. He also esti- No. Apopka Ave. Old Seafeeard D.p.t
damage! mates that approximately 70
"' W.R. BARLOW i -lp homes will eventually be using Phone 726-1622

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durability and handling!i the Daytona 500."On every busy cross street $11,900.00 '[
If it's Ford-built, _
you want the brakes that won on Riverside'ssports _S
r You may never see a competitive auto event. But car circuit.Your engine will hold up better Its built for performanceat _

30 mph on rain-slick blacktop, in the closethrough years of turnpike use because it's as ...total performance (On Your Lot) _

packed rush of 5 o'clock traffic, on a twisting beautifully balanced as Falcon's Monte Carlo

mountain road, the results are important to you. V-8's.D The winning competition car is bound to FO R 0

D On every slippery surface you need the kind be a great road car-and Ford is the big winner! THE
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2-B The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE March 28, 1963Now's
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does fly, and March has just about gone with it. In fact,
April 5 and 6 is little more than one week away. That's the date I Zeller O'Neal Inc.
for, Citrus County's first big Spring Festival, you know, and we FIVE YEARS AGO the Rexall Drugs.Lightening ,
hope you're making plans to be here at least one evening, if not The City septic tank, near struck the recently
b tlr. iru.J . # Leeson's Trailer Park is now completed Methodist Church in photographyInverness
i under water, due to the rise in Hernando Saturday morning.

Much planning and effort has gone into the Spring Festival so (( __ the lake level. This has.causeda Little League practice will Florida

far, and we can well imagine that for those in charge of the event \ emkii4 stoppage in the sewer line. begin Saturday morning at the ,
and those planning to participate in it, this next week will be one ; : ,d i The City of Inverness' application high school. Coach Eddie Mc- '
they won't soon forget. Why are they doing all this? The answeris n : 01 for a $162,000 federal Intyre announced.Rep. Worlds Fastest Shade
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simple: for you and for me. loan to help finance constructionof Harry H. Gleaton said
a modern sewage treatment. this week that he'would demand

Too often we fail to realize it, but somebody, some organization plant has been approved. that the Welfare Board and welfare 8 ft. in 1 Year 40 ft. in 5 Yens

is constantly dreaming up something which will be of interest to ( \ j Francis W.(Cowboy)Williams workers show more con-
\/JPf For to enjoy not gramteWWrw
our residents. As someone has put it, "something's going on in. spoke for a group Tuesday in sideration and courtesy to the you your
Citrus County all of the time." But would we have it otherwise? Yf asking the board of county com- people of this county. "I am .
Probably we don't appreciate the fact that so many persons have: . ;. missioners for assistance in greatly in favor of opening the GUARANTEED AGAINST) FREEZE

the interest of their communities at heart.-so much so that they improving the football fields at welfare rolls to the public as Elm Tree Price S2.00 I $3.00 acM
are forever looking around for programs which will bring enter- ; ji tT the two high schools. Theboard that is the only way the chiselers .
tainment and good fellowship to the forefront. agreed to spend up to $SOO on can be exposed," said the
each field. Chassahowitzka legislator.The Landscape Nursery ,

We believe that the Spring Festival, being arranged by a few Three cans of ether and 250 function and aims of the
area people in all walks of life for the enjoyment of the entire k marbles were stolen from the Citrus County Consolidated,recently U.S.41 N.Sportsmen's Park

county, is one of the better things to happen around here in a long ; science laboratory at the high organized to aid underprivileged 1 Bltck S. Nwlat Allty
time. This is the opportunity for all of Citrus County to come school here last week. children were ex- -
together in an atmosphere of pure pleasure. We need such pro- 1 Dr. W.B. Moon a general plained by Abe Weitz, special
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of medicine for 56
practitioner
grams, at least once each year. advisor to the new organization.A .
rt years, died at his home in Crystal meeting called for discus-

This first Spring Festival can be a success or a failure. But we .< River March 20. He was 87 sion of local legislation at the For YourMORTGAGE
.believe the results will be determined, not so much by those in and a native of Valeene Ind. courthouse Friday night turned
:charge of different'phases of it, but by those of us who show our s.r The Bryant Slough dam was into a protest against a pro-
interest or disinterest in what is being arranged--free-for our opened Saturday afternoon by posed bill to outlaw the use of .
'enjoyment. Now is the chance for us to come together--as citi- the Tsala Apopka Water Control gigs, spears and nets in the
zens of Citrus County-and particpate in a refreshing programof Authority to prevent inundationof upper waters of Chassahow
entertainment. This is an event planned, arranged and con- the MocassinSlough Road between itzka River.

ducted by county residents. Let's do our easy part of the task by ., the Bellamy and Bigelow Obituary--Dr.Sidney Bertrand
attending and showing our interest and approval. r 'x properties. It was a compro- Smith, 81, formerly of Mur-
mise move, inasmuch as the freesboro, Tenn. ToBUILD
Authority had hoped to leave the The Hurricanes inauguratedthe
} dam in until the level of the 1953 baseball season here

It Hernando lakes rise to a normal Tuesday by defeating New Port
On-Job TrainingWe of 38 feet. Richey 6-4. Bill Tarr, pitchingfor

Schools will close Friday, Citrus, allowed only five

Says April 4 through Monday,April hits and struck out 9 men.Mel- BUY--
found a great deal of interest in an article by Leslie J. for Easter vacation. vine Arline and Richard Kelly i
Nison,' Professor of Education at the University of Southern The Citrus and Crystal River got two hits each.
California. He points out a problem which has been aired pre- baseball teams will meet for the The Kiwanis Club gave its
viously by The Chronicle and which was recently discussed at a Here. first time this season on Friday. endorsement to the Over Sixty

meeting of he Citrus County Chamber of Commerce.So At Bob Tannehill Immediately following the gamea Club, a newly organized nonprofit -
I... c;.. -,..a.... By fish fry, sponsored by the Al- corporation formed in the

much emphasis has been placed upon the advantages of a len Rawls Post, American Legion interest of aged persons who are
college education that more than half of our high school studentssay The county paper is pleased to Ben Deutschman, that Decca will be held to raise in need of aid. It is the intentof
they are aiming toward college entrance. But available announce that Mrs. W.L. Webb, Distributing Corporation exe- money for the Legion's junior the founders to make the Over
well known in the Floral City cutive and editor and directorof
facilities and faculties make it Impossible for colleges to increase baseball team.ObituaryDixie. Sixty Club a state-wide organi-
community, will be lending us a the Decca Company's Educa-
enrollments to the extent necessary to accommodate all the Darnell Whit- zation.
hand on our news gathering. tional Division has come
students who want to go to college. ton, infant daughter of Mr. and Florida's 200th Lion Club will
will be available for he with
Nancy any through as promised
Mrs. Carl C. Whitton.A be chartered In a few weeks
i
news from Floral City and will another batch of LP records,
Attending college may not be the immediate answer for all tape recording was made of when the Crystal River Lion's .REMODEL
assist us in covering some of for both adults and children.
students. Some will never be able to go to college, anyway, for the Sunday morning service at Club is formally presentedwith
of the
official records
the meetings area. These are already
who fail obtain the First Baptist Church and its y>
numerous reasons. So what happens to those to international charter. Hoy
She is also a correspondent for much in demand, Mrs.
? them find says was used that afternoon for a Williams will be
this higher learning What are we doing to help a place charter presi
Tribune. Welcome local librar-
The Frances Collins,
ti Tampa
in this harried business world? What can they do to earn a play-back for inmates of the dent.
aboard, Nancyl I ian. Such a collection, when andif
reasonably good living for their future families? ******* completed, will really be an county jail.A The Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louitit,
cantata entitled "Memoriesof D.D., bishop of the Episcopal
We understand that "Fitz" is the Inverness Library. See
asset to
I Supt. Harry K. Buie, in his talk before Kiwanians Tuesday doing nicely at the local hospital. ******* Easter Morn" will be presented Diocese of South Florida will
night, was to have discussed one method of preparing boys and City Attorney Fitzpatrick Tomorrow night; beginning) at' Sunday night at the Cry- preach: Sunday atStMargaret's.Horses .
for future for and stal River Baptist Church. Dr.
girls careers. On-the-job training young men band will
suffered a heart attack well 7:30, the high school
women is about the best answer to the problem at hand. Forone Leon M. Gambrell, pastor will have been famous in
over a week while cleaningup a concert, featuring
ago
thing, it can assist those in deciding what present be in charge.
visably participating
from the gala St. Patrick'sDay several of the highly rated legends of every land--some of CURRENT
kind of work like do in the future. It them Show" will be
they might to can give affair at the Country Club. numbers its members performed "Variety pre- these were gods, some could
"apprenticeship training" at an early And it can help them, sented Friday night by the Cry
age. Fitz first thought he had suffered in the recent statewide con- talk and one made of wood,
financially, to help themselves.As a sun stroke, we're told. test. We think Paul Steuart is stal River PTA. helped an army to win a war. 7uyY2
Norvell Bryant, president of ==
Trying to get information abouta doing a terrific job with these
this editorial is written previous to Supt. Buie's Kiwanis hens band the Hernando Civic Club, madeit
patient is like pulling (and the members
youngsters .
.talk we can't elaborate. But we do hope local merchants and If plain this weekthuthe organization -
hear themselves '
teeth but from what we think so )
business people will try to find a place around their shops.forsome has been working in the
---- Fitzpatrick f s recuperatingvery have the opportunity you See Our AIR STREAM
I boy or girl who might someday follow that line of work.This you interest of a fish survey of Lake
well. We are also pleased. ough to take in this concert..andsee travel trailer announcement
could be a great opportunity for us to provide a worthwhile Tsala Apopka from Hernando to
to note that Louis Connell, what talent these young peo- in all Florida Magazines
service for our citizens.Protect Floral .
younger City.Members
another patient at Citrus Mem- ple possess. MARCH 31st
orial, is coming along fine. He ******* of the Homosassa
is allowed visitors (think that's Ray Fisher is getting along Church of Jesus Christ have
# moved their old back oi
He building
Room 107) nicely after his operation.
FiremenThe ******* all the way to Texas for it, the parsonage and are gettingready Wyatt Trailer Sales
TV'fe know. who is to put up a new block:
brainwashing tactics are you Ray, deputy
getting "big time". We've al-' sheriff and radio dispatcher at building.
City Council last week took a long overdue step in the ways liked The Defenders (still the jail, retired from the army Eugene Lechler attracts quitea {.04tl AOCMInq5M
right direction when its members acted on a disability insurance do), but their efforts to prove after 30 years. That should en- bit of attention in Homosassawith Ocala, Florida 3i
plan for local firemen. Certainly these volunteers are entitledto that just because a teacher title him to some special VA his nightly practice of tight 4
the same protection they would be receiving were they mem- doesn t believe in God doesn't attention, even in Texas. wire walking.
bers of a paid municipal department.We make him a unfittin' teacher ******* Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Boswell of
wasn't persuasive enough for Local bowling enthusiasts have Hernando have donated 45 booksto
can understand why firemen their families and others were us. Broadmindedness is one lost a friend and companion with the Civic Club.

disturbed upon realizing that should a member the volunteer thing, but... Next week's pro- the passing of Herb Miller.Herb Mrs. W.H. Van Ness andMrs.
unit be injured to the extent that he could no longer hold down a gram is an apparent attempt to was extremely active in the RJA. Spires are designated to
job his compensation from the City would be only $3.46 per week. prove that since this is a free bowling program here. He had a complete the organizing of two
This was discovered when one local fire fighter severly Injureda country any kind of filth shouldbe great host friends,with whom circles at the Hernando Metho-
hand while battling a blaze in the colored section of town abouta allowed sold at corner book he delighted in sharing weekly dist Church.

month ago. and magazine stands. We believe keg association. He was well The board of public instruction
strongly I n individual liked and will be sorely missed. reappointed for another year
Of course the Council pointed out that the City Insurance freedom-but not the kind en- ******* principals now serving the
policy for firemen does cover hospital and doctor care..and $40 joyed by Sodom and Gamorrahl Since our work keeps us pretty county schools.: They Include:
per week until he Is discharged. This Is the least a firemen ....... well confined to the local scene.. Dr. Rex C.Kidd.Inverness sup-

could expect. But without disability insurance coverage, how is With the numerous outbreaks of and our nose to the grindstone, ervising principal; James F.
he supposed to eat while recuperating away from his job? brush and woods fires during the if you have any item of humoror Hudson, Crystal River super-

week, all of us should be interest which you would careto vising principal; Harry K.Buie,
Our firemen have the burdensome task of homes past Inverness and
protecting grateful for the volunteer fire send for this column, we'llbe Elementary; M.
and property-even lives-with only much less than adequate departments which serve our glad to hear from you. A. Bryant Jr., principal of
'I equipment. This in itself is discouraging. Without fully realizing communities. These fellows Please, no crank letters-- Booker T. Washington.TEN .

that he Is adquately covered by all necessary insurance no risk their lives and health in there's still enough of them YEARS AGO
volunteer firmen** uld be expected to risk his health and that order to give us the satisfactionof going around, we understand. Fifty or more telephones in

of his family.Citrus. knowing that in case of fire town were put out of use earlyWednesday
after a large cable
reasonable protected.We .
we are
- Renew LicensesIn perhaps take these woods Average per capita in use Florida of is was unintentionally severed bya
annually
paper well driller working back of
; fires too lightly, but anyone of estimated at 440 pounds.
.CountyChronicle Birthmonth them could easily spread to adjoining .
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homes and businesses.Did .
Patrol Reminds you every think what it

.I would be like without your local .
TALLAHASSEE Thousands of fire departments? Be thankfulfor 91iE Leo &

SERVING Floridians will trek to their near- 'em support 'em, and back
ALL CITRUS COUNTY est driver's license sales officeto their demands for proper equip-
Published every Thursday b) renew their driver permits ment. .. .
Evelyn'sTavern
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the Citrus County PublisbinjCo. every month of this year. i
at 107 N. Apopka St., In- The Florida Highway Patrol Crawford Bellamy offers a

verness, Florida. Establishedin calls to the attention of all solution to part of the immed- .
1890. Entered as second'class drivers that since the birthdate iate so-called fish problems.
mail at the post office issuance-plan went into effect in Says this sage of Citrus, scoop FOR A LIMITED TIME . we offer you tiwworld's

q at Inverness, Florida. 1961 people are required to get out the good game fish that
their driver's license renewed abound in Cooler Pond and most luxurious carpetincluding'

HERMAN W. GOLDNER. every two years during the monthof transfer them into the lake. NOW Introducing, famous-name brands at "bargainhunter"prices.
President their birth. Because of the sewage situationat

_ ROBERT L. CHAMBERLAIN; For instance, if you were born the Pond, nobody wants to Budweiser Draft Beerto Select the carpet of your choke -and
Publisher' in an even numbered year, like catch or eat these fish. But if
BOB G. TANNEHILL, 1932 you purchased a driver's they had the chance to "wash Citrus enjoy the beauty, comfort and luxury of wall-to
2 News Editor license last year. 1962, that is off" in fresh water there would County. '
I RUSSELL FORD Advertising good for two years or until 1964. be some dandy catches that are wall carpet installed with .tato x/tef-* .

SCY HIBBARD JR.. However, if you were born in now going to waste, says he.
Production Supt. an odd numbered year 1933 for ******* 150 & 250 per Glass Carpet Gripper.

example you may get your first Incidentally,we're beginning to
Subscriptions, $3.50 a year in two year license this year, one wonder just how critical the For Carpet Cushion and Wall to Wall InetaliMfen utc sw'Easy

Citrus, Marion.Hernando Levy that will be valid until your fishing problem in the area is, Plan No Down Payment.
t fend: Sumter counties. 6 months birthday month in 1965. anyway. One fellar put it this t Payment ,

$225. Elsewhere in US. $4.50 Driver's licenses can be purchased "I've around 40 .
way: pulled out ,' .
a year, 6 months $3.00; $5.50a at any of the state's 67 nice bass down here this win- Prices from S4.95 to $9.95 per spire Cwnptett. : -

year in Canada.Subscriptions county judges' offices or agen- ter.-.haven't had a bit of trouble. Regular Beers Can or Bottles, 240

mailed outside Florida part of cies and if'motorists are not sure If there's a scarcity of fish,you Premium290
the year take the $4.50 rate. of those locations, the nearest can't prove it by me. Just because aamcz
highway patrol station can give you know how to bait a Six Pack Regular Beer $1.26 EXCELLENT 629-3228

When address Is changed send directions. hook doesn't mean you're a fish- Six Pack Premium $1.45
the Chronicle both your old and "The birthmonth issuance' of erman." Brands featured by the case include Budweiser.
your new addresses. New ad- driver's licenses is for the purpose ******* Schlitz and Millers. -

dress alone is not sufficient. of avoiding standing lines The 1963 Canadian Health Forum Case of 24 cans $5.25 plus Tax.
once a year as under the old has been told that if you WE'EKEND SPECIAL:

THE CHRONICLE Is a members plan, and It affords greater con- want to stave off heart troubleand 6 Bottles of Bush Bavarian Tropical or Old

_ of Florida.. Press Association! venience said.to the driver. the peripheral blocked arteries Milwaukee 99f plus tax and deposit. flpR MVIRINfi CENTER
ii patrol
Citrus County have "plenty of salads plenty of LEO i EVELYN'S BEER fc WINE TAVERN
Chamber of Commerce *" Scotch and plenty of sex
Watch it on ram wet roads whisky' 41 and Fife Holder Fla/ ftexf tbrSrafcmq Restaurant OCALAI
Crystal River Don't skid into eternity. (if you can). But what if you U.S. Highway 491 ; ,

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,- t ':':; Editor Will Address
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Deeds! RecordedMarch
or County PTA Council A A-MARINE: PLYWOOD BOATS

12 thru March 19, 1963 Citrus County Land Bureau, Citrus County Land Bureau
Mona L. & Herbert H. Tip-: Inc. to Lisle & Amy Teodorini; Inca, #2 to Julia E.Santora;Lots Tonight On 'Safety'CRYSTAL The Very Best Materials Carycraft Boat Works

pins to Jerry& Helen Carroll; Lots 56 & 57, Block 244 Inver- 55 to 59 both incl.. Block* 152, RIVER--When the
Tract 53, Potterfield Citrus ness Highlands South. Unit 9, Inverness Highlands. Citrus County PTA Council I U.S. 41 N. Sp rtsllel's Pack
Acres. Citrus County Land Bureau Citrus County Land Bureau, meets here in the school tonight -
J.R. & Grace R. Nolen to Garland Inc. to John V. & Virginia V. Inc. #2 to Stella V. White; Lots at 8 o'clock:, safety in l 1lleck S. Biwlidfi Altty'
Lot Tafra: Lots 21 to 24 both inc., 1 8 both Block -'
& Eileen E. Creason; to incl. 150.Unit school areas will be a topic anda -
12, Block D,Sportsman's Haven Block 119 Unit 3, Inverness. 9, Inverness Highlands. speaker from Tampa will be
H. Mason Jr.) & Ruth Anderson Highlands. Citrus County Land Bureau. here to discuss it. Mrs. Hazel
Smith to Frederick & Edith Citrus County Land Bureau. Inc.#2 to Amedee John &Bert Craven vice president of the Emerson
Jti V Conklin; Lot 43. Block 12,Par- Inc. toDomenicStagno;Lots 128 ilda Sellin: Lots 62 to 67 both County Council, arranged for Fay Paints
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i sons Point Add. to 135 both incl., Block 113. incl., Block 144. Unit 9, Inver- the program.
A.L. & Gloria M. Horning to Unit 3, Inverness Highlands. ness Highlands. Hampton Dunn editor of the
Rudolph & Frances W. O'Neal; Citrus County Land Bureau Citrus County Land Bureau, Florida Explorer monthly Your Choice Many
Lot 9. Block 16, Town of Homo Inc. to Priscilla Mateluna;Lots Inc. #2 to Amedee John &Bert- magazine of the Peninsula Mo-
sassa. 13 to 16 both inc. Block 79,Unit lids Sellin: Lots 40 to 43 both tor Club (AAA) and the club's Beautiful Colors
Parsley's Trailer Sales, toe. 3, Inverness Highlands. inc., Block 144, Unit 9, Inverness public relations director, will
DEVELOPING to E.C. Callahan; Lot 13, BlockA Citrus County Land Bureau, Highlands. present a talk and film empha- 1 wr
4 Unit 2 and Lot 21, Block 2 of Inc. to Jacob K. & Ena F.Blish; Citrus County Land Bureau sizing school safety patrols and 1 Gal. $3.98
Apache Shores. Lots 36 to 39 both inc.. Block Inc. #2 to Pedro & A nn Muino: school bus patrols.
Robert H. &: Ozell Hutto to 78, Unit Inverness Highlands. Lots 54 to 61 both inc.. Block former neWs-
John R. & Lorene Miller Lot 8, Citrus County Land Bureau, 144, Unit Inverness Highlands paper Dunn editor a Is a Tampa native of Citrus 2 Gal. $6.98 ? \i' I.ate
a LAND ? Block G of Tropic Terrace. Inc. to Alfred & Helen Will- Citrus County Land Bureau County and was graduatedfrom
Otto & Faye Wahl to GlendonE. mann; Lots 9 to 12 both inc., Inc. #2 to John E.' Carr Lots Citrus High School.
& Ruby L. Briggs; Lots 184 Block 92, unit 3, Inverness 46 to 51 both incl. Block 153,
& 185 of River Bend Unit #6. Highlands. Unit 9, Inverness Highlands. u.N .

Whether you're clearing land for:: housing, Leonard H. & Edith Miller to Citrus County Land Bureau, Mikliff Corp. to Charles J. To Attend WorkshopTwo Citrus
W.E. & Muiriel H.Haden;Landsin Inc. to Joseph & Theresa Man- (Jr.) & Arlene C. Ellis.; Lot 139 i
it done best Sect. 18-20-19. cino; Lots 33 to 40 both inc.. Sunkist Estates.
ranching farming get
or James A. & Jacqueline C. Block 132, unit 4, Inverness Oscar W. & Anna H. Swansonto professional nurses from ';Hardware

and more economically by a professionalland Pruitt to Harry A. Mac Ewen; Highlands. Oscar W. & Anna H. Swanson; the area will be among a delega-
Lots 8 & 9. Block A and Lot 4, Citrus County Land Bureau Lands in Sect. 15-20-20 tion of approximately 50 mem-

clearing man. Block C, Paradise Country Club Inc. to James W. & Emma L. Inverness Acres Inc. to HarryS. bers of the Florida Nurses
Unit 3.Hazel. Miller; Lots 117 to 120 both & Priscilla Conley; Lot 18. Assn. who will attend a By-Laws
H. Barnett to ClarenceA. incl., Block 91, Unit 3, Inver- Block 15, Unit 1, Inverness Ac- Workshop in Orlando today.
who & Gertrude Boice S 1/2 They are Rosabea Keating
The man operates Caterpillarbuilt M. ; ness Highlands
of Lot 4 of Block 14 of the Townof Citrus County Land Bureau, resL, Edward Thompson to Daniel R.N., Floral City,and Charlotte

machinery is your best bet. He's a Floral City. Inc. to Irene E. Karen; Lots 31 T. & Etta B. Whitman; Marker R. l., Inverness.Advertise 3 Piece Garden Tool Set
Loyd & Elizabeth A. Box to to 34 both incl., Block 121,Unit Lands in Sect. 3-19-18.
man who knows the land clearing businessand Ocala Loan Co.; Lot 14, Block 3, Inverness Highlands. Benjamin Floyd & Charlotte
16, ofthe Old Town of Homosas Citrus County Land Bureau Koppe Black nan to Peter O' in Courthouse Square
has the heavy equipment made by sa.Rolling Inc. to Sam Santangelo; Lots 33 Shea: lot 19.Crystal Park Acres SSC
Oaks Corp to Charles to 36 both inc.. BJock 88. Unit Paul C. & Helen M. Lyons to INVERNESSArea
Caterpillar, that will do the job better, & Sadye J.Nash;Lot 26,Block 8, 4, Inverness Highlands. Lynn G. & Nancy Lyons; Lot 2. the Chronicle
Unit I, Beverly Hills. Citrus County Land Bureau, Block B, Gulf View Sub.
faster and more economically. His equip Rolling Oaks Corp. to AlfredW. Inc. to Harvey J. & Geraldine Paul C. & Helen M. Lyons to
& Barbara J.Hackmack;The Saunders; Lots 133 to 136 both Paul C. Lyons II & wife Connie
ment is backed. by Rozier and their service Northeasterly 5 feet of Lot 4 In incl., Block 96, Unit3, Inver- Lyons; Lot 3, Block B, Gulf
Block 4 of. Beverly Hills Unit 1. ness Highlands. View Sub.James. Business DirectoryAUTO
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facilities to help guarantee dependability. T.W. & Dorothy S. Simpson to Citrus County Land Bureau, A. Pruitt Jr. & wife
Wesley J.Withers;Land in Buck Inc. to Michael J. & HelenSalt- Jacqueline C.to Dr.V.K.&Eve-

Turner Campsites. arella; Lots 113 to 120 both incl. lyn M. Reeve; Lot 9. Block' C, SALES & SERVICE Mason Tractor CO.PEST CONTROL
: H If you're developing land, call a man Withlacoochee Cove Corp. to Block 117, Unit 3, Inverness Paradise CountryClub, Unit 3.
1. Clifton A. & Bertha E. DeWit; Highlands. S.R. & Gladys F. Huey to Chatntan Buick
who will do the job right, with Caterpillar- Lot 116. Block 8. Unit 3. With- Citrus County Land Bureau Harry H.&Edith Gleaton;Landsin BrayPest
Pontiac Co. Ford Tractors
La-Pppka Islands. Sect. 25-20-17.
Kenneth
Inc.
to C. & MargaretL.
built machines . backed by Rozier.JOS. .. Henry & Frances Dingus to Scovell; Lots 80 to 83 both Harry H. & Edith Gleaton to SalesmdSenice.Agricultural&lndustrtal. CMtrtlResidential

Chassahowitzka River Estates incl., Block 115, Unit 3, Inverness S.R. & Gladys F. Huey; Landsin International Faun Eoiipment Equipment .
Development Corp; Lands in Highlands. Sect. 25-20-17. sod International Trucks: sad Coeyt era al
Sect. 25-20-17. Citrus County Land Bureau. Homer Lee & Martha May 'Tampa Hwy Brooksville" 'FI 3. Household Spraying
James V. & Elsie M. Seaversto Grider to BxDoksrifle ,
Jnc. to Anthony Mesce; Lots 76 Harry H. & Edith 796-3553 Tenaite Coataol
Forrest w. Seavers; Lot 36, to 79 both incl Block 99, Unit Gleaton; lands InSect 25-20-17. Phone 7962J15"Crystal . acbes-A 4 ts-Mat6. T.rf ahrteoksviUe

1 fIIL L. Block B, Buckskin Reserve Sub. 3, Inverness Highlands. Harry H. & Edith Gleaton to Brooks --___.._.. 796-42M
Roger I. & Kathryn D. Jewellto Citrus County Land Bureau, Homer Lee & Martha May Gri- Ford Sales inc.MERCURY .
Paul H. & Kathyrn H. Wood; Inc. #1 to Nicholas & Lillian der. ; Lands in Seer 2S-70-17 Electric, I IMC. REAL ESTATE
H ROZIER Lots 285 & 286 of Crystal Park Berezansky; Lots 1 to 8 both Georg& Mattie Doris Dubucs Your Complete Hectncal Lcace: *
I Addition to the Town of Crystal incl. Block'23,Unit Inverness to Harry H. &25-20-17.Edith Gleaton; METEOR Service on All Makes of ANtfl Rt hy
River. Highlands. lands in Sect. COMET TV Rado Refrigeration i -

I MACHINERY CO R. Pearce Brown(formerly R. Citrus County Land Bureau Harry H. & Edith Doris Gleaton Dubucs to 31-39 BiDoksviile Ave. Small Appliances Raterust: Lots AcreagesHoaae
& Mattie ;
Pearce Ward) &John W.Brown, Inc. #1 to Jeddiah M. & Ruth E. George lands in Sect. 252017. _Btooksville 796-3525 Citrus Are. Buaiaesa
- -- her husband to George C. Cre- Lots 25 28 both incl. Crystal River 7SS-3223 2 Bedaxm
Boyce; to Wftt rfoat Home
& AUTO GLASS TRIM
_}) LJ 'ND: : FlftP: ? / veling. Sr.; Lands in Sect.5-19- Block 26, Unit 8, Inverness Edith Helen Gleaton I. Frank; Lands to Harry in Sect.H. 19450.00
Davis Auto Glass ELECTRICPLUMBING'
20.Earl Highlands. 25-20-17. P.o., Bide. I ali.
E. & Barbara J. Maynusto Citrus County Land Bureau, Gleaton Td.. 447-233 .H....71
& Edith to
Harry H. & Trim I Shop
CATERPILLARCa"rllIar. Daisy C. Albritton; Lots 25& Inc. #1 to Frank Musanti, Jr.; Helen I. Frank & daughter Sylvia Another Fine Installation by
26, Block 92, Indian Hill Sub. 1 8 both incl. Block 18 CedLDarfs, Proprietor
Cat and Traseavater are Registered Lots to F. Polychronides; Lands in Kepler I kethv
Ocala Loan Co. to Newton A.& Custom Made Seat Covers
Trsdemarts at Caterpillar Tractor. Ce. Unit 8, Inverness Highlands. Sect. 25-20-17. Staffs
1 Etna Henley; Lot 14.Block 16 o{ Citrus 'County 'Land-Bureau Glass Installed pm mntlq DUNNELLON FLORIDA _
the Old Town of Homosassa. Donald K. & Nellie Branden- 15 Magnolia. St.Bxookaville . Electric & Water View lot with,sere* to
1 11..1111.
William & Helen
Inc. to E.
........ Ernest & Katie Decubelles to 1 # burg to Harry H. & Edith Glea, 7963039THIS Vidblacoockee River sad only
C. Boyle; Lot 6, Block 13,Unit ton; Lands in Sect. 25-20-17. I Service Repairs 3 miles from dowatowa Duflflel -
Ernest & Merle F.Coburn;Lots 1
8, Inverness Highlands. Dunnellon Crystal River
31 32 Harry H. & Edith Gleaton to ; Ion for J660.00. Lot ia high.
t & of Bay View Home co.
Land -
Citrus County Bureau HU9-2562 795-3257
Donald K. &Nellie BrandenburgLands dry
fend
a sub. of the First Addition to 1 Inc. #1.to Lillian A. Ryan; Lots in Sect. 25-20-17. i

k the Town of Crystal' River. 22 to 29 both inc., Block 17, Floyd H..Daily to J.O. Whittle XwidriReil
Myron A. Burgess, to James FURNITURE USED
Unit 8. Inverness Highlands. Lands in Sect. 102020. I Estttt
AMcy
r Daly; An undivided 1/2 interestin : .SPACE AVAILABLE
Citrus County Land Bureau,
William J. & Ruby Rees to
and to the following: Lots 1. Ward's Furniture "/.
Inc. #2 to Alva B.O. and/or Allen Yarbrough Lands in WATERFRONT MOBILE
2 & 3. Block 37, Plat of Unit 1: Beatrice M. Hartling; Lots 19 Sect. 351719.L. Jr.; We 6u>: & Sell New.& Used HOME LOTS *100 down,

., of Homosassa.H.C. to 23 both inc., Block 152, Unit .Edward Thompson to Thomas Furniture Appliances l$30 month
& Edna E. Barco and D. Guaranteed 30 days-Tessas
9, Inverness Highlands. J. & Clara Poe;Lands inSect Box 468. Homosasaa .
710 W. Fort Dade Springs.1
ATC.
I J. & Suzanne W. Bradshaw to 1 Citrus County Land Bureau, 31918.L. -_ -
k Max G. & Battle Rm k. n e frhsKPeter's \ --
Marguerite J. ; 2
Inc. # to Jean W. Carr; Lots Edward Thompson to Noah
LARGE MARINA SITE'
Lot 18. Blocks of Hunts'Riverview .
52 to 57 both Incl., Block 153, FLORIST GIFTS
Bryan; Lots 29 & 30, 44 & 45,
i Heights. Unit 9, Inverness Highlands. '--- 20 Acres CMI Rlvr
Crystalaire"Camp.. Pure Oil i Service : WestoveK $30.000, 'T.fws
Roy C.& Ruth M. Kidd to Carl Pure Gas Oils LubricationGoodrich
& Rose E. Walden; Lands. in Tires Batteries and Flowers & Gifts Archie G. EMmlRf. I.

Sect. 15-20-20. Assessories Local Discount Hzquiatte Gifts Br kr

", .GET ACQUAINTED SALE gar Citizens E. & Laura Loan L Co..Davis Inc.;to Lands Ed- ,Given Floral on City.Ph.Cash Sales.. 726-2394 Flowers For-Bouyets Erery Occasion and Designs .In"Its, Fla.. -. 447-23(13

in Sea. 33-19-20. :
Withlacoochee Cove Corp. to Member FTD Kietts ft Lynch
Camelias and AzaleasIn George Robbins; Lot 1, Block 709 V Jefferson
18, Unit 3, With-La-Popka Is- Booksrille 796-3549. EN YMke..wa 1'aepenyIs
"" die Too derTHISSPACEAYAILABLE
full'bloom lands. FARM SUPPLIES Oa the River
and bud Only 750 each Withlacoochee Cove Corp. to .
Ofl the G if
1 : Wilbur H. (Sr.) & Mary Helen Hell
Landscape Nursery Langley; Lot 12, Block 24, Unit Lots Homes Acreage

1 Build Your Home To Fit Your NeedsDo 3, With-La-Popka Islands, Feed & Firm Supply Real8nY.uCetDwaun:

U.S. 41 No. Sportsmen's Park Associate Rentals Inc.to Ber- BUILDING SUPPLIES BABYPool CHICKS
IBIock nard E. & Mary Czapka; Lot 16 & Livestock Feed RESTAURANT
it with financing that will fit your budget.. a So. Bowling Alley Block 1, Lockshire Park. Building Materials Bulk DelireriesDei. _
FIRST FEDERAL Home Building Loan. See us this Homosassa Village, Inc. to Electrical Supplies Every Wed in Qtms CD. For Real FWD
I week and: be ready to build this Spring. Louis J.Reinhardt;Lots 1 thru 9 Plumbing-Paints & Varnishes 600 S Main MeetattfceBeer

14 thru 16, 20 thru 24, Block and Watt Pumps to Anyone Bmoksville 796-3055 LI.LA.....
At our handy office, your Loan request Is handled 28: ; Lots 1 thru 3,5 thru 7, 10thru At Savings 5%-4JY7
promptly and red tape Is held to a minimum. 13, 15 thru 20, Block 29; FARM EQUIPMENT Wines Dancing
addition we can tailor your Loan to fit your individual 4lInWIIIEllbuildin.fj Lots 16 & 17, Block 30; Lot 14, Geo.W. Hays, Inc. Steaks Chops ; SaAfoicbe*
needs. Drive over this week and tell your Block 35; Lots 1"thru 6; 10 l oglts 447-2701 Trov's Free Fish E?. 2nd Friday

home building dreams to one of our Loan officers. thru 17, Block 39; Lots 1 thru Tractor & Floral City
You'll find we can help turn those dreams intoreality. 17, Block 40; Lots 1 thru 17, BUILDING MATERIALS Equipment
materials Block 41; Lots 1 thru 16, Block .. assey-Ferguson Sales&:Setv H." ,'HI-Hit'

I 42; Lots 1 thru 7, Block 44, RoblasoaScofleldLumber i New & Used Fad Eoupaest OcktMi Lonngr
Lot 1, Block 46; Lots 1 thru 10 New Holland Haf!afers Pads.a SINe
Economical Loans to Buy & 16 thru 24, Block 48; Lots 1 Co. King GeoTff HanowsHllard "Meet HeR mat the
thru 17, Block 52 & Hatch Hoes M
; Lots thru BetIC eE
and Build Homes ART&CARRIES HARDWARE&BUILDING SUPPLIES 18, Block 53; Lots 1 thru 26, YoatHeadgnartets Material for Bmoks_ _. 796-2111 ....... 8M Itwy 19-98
Building
I 4 x 8 x 1/4" D.F.P.A. Plywood $2.72 per sheet Block 57; Lots thru 12, Block ..
4 x 8 x 3/8 Sheetrock#1- $1.49 per sheet 58; Lots 1 thru 3, 18 thru 21, Lumber JEWELER .
4x8x1/2 Sheeting Plywood $3.48 per sheet Block 59 of Homosassa Unitl. Concrete Blocks

CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE 235 lb. "FRY" stripsh1ngles$7.9Spersquare Lots 11 thru 15, Block 48; Lots Donnclloa HU*-2401 Flo's Jewelry
15 x 30 "FRY" Felt --------- $2.4Sper roll
# 1 thru 17, Block 49; Lots 1 thru ft PhotograpkyVatchesDiamondsSilrerware
----- z 17, Block 50; Lots 1 thru 3 i BEAUTY SHOP
2x4, 2 x 6, 2x8 Construction Cedar 6 thru 17, Block 51, Lots 1 thru :rHll1I'Aca JlMLJ'4I E
I ... % (lengths thru 24 ft. $119.00 per M 18, Block 55; Lots It hn1 18, Mirror 51101 Expert Watch Repairs "
:. ,. -. >- 2 x 4. 4 x 4 Economy Cedar-- $ 65.00 per M Block 56, of Homos as sa Unit#1. Beauty Portrait-Weddings-Caacid:
::;; :,-" 41 ,"" 1 x 12 Fir Sheeting $ 95.00 per M Parsley Brothers Construction Hair i Styling. Shuman Blk.
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Florida Portland -- 1.30 bag Dunndlon HU92316Permanent
CEMENT( ) $ per Co.,Inc.to James H.&Pearl
: A YEAR! Morter MiX----------------------- $1.25 per bag Waves
: Rutter; Lot 8, Block 12, Unit 3,
.. ,. Wire Mesh 5 ft. roll 750 sq. ft. -- $16.87.per roll714perft. Apache Shores.
t.i 5/8",Steel Rods --- ------ IT.S. Hwy 19 N.IotU. 447-2323
S/Sgt George W. Jr.) & Lucy TILE M.AiTEI.IMi
VISQUEEN; --------------4---- 11 perft.Free NURSERY
Whit lcer to Richard H.&Maude
Payable Semi-AnnuaIy! : Lannerd; Lot 16,Block D,High BOATS-MOTORS M HI'S ........
HirifyPI.
olse
I lands JTrailer Park. &
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George Robbins to Whit lacoo- Crystal Outboard : Shrubs 1I1P!
CeNeie Baiwata
Delivery chee Cove Corp. Lot 8, Block Eycllfen. uswet

j i Savings- Placed With Us By The 10th lands.17, Unit 2, With-La-Popka Is- Motors RoaeaBeddia ..* .pt.'N.. wllrai.h....FrR. >tapia.aia

L f. c." Sauce All Outboards g Jek '!de 1 PIMI8
John E. & Baughman to on H Sik. w. of US. 19
; Jane
1* 1IW... ..
Lan KbwersOystal
Law
.. -Art & Carrie Hardware Max H.Faykus&R.Gerald Ber- Boy Rim 795-2597 Hamoto o Spring Dtiadks HU '-2tS2
I ry; Lot 7A & the S &.J' of the W
40 of Lot 9 of Hellgate Isle '

II' & Building Supplies Retreats. DRUGGIST OFFICE SUPPLIES .IJt..m- -

7i1ut'7tJ Max H. & Martha Faykus; and .
me SmIiNg$ R. Gerald & Betsy C. Berry to L awls' !r1 s
Julian C. & H.E. Stanley. Jr.; Nail's Drag Store TV MM ft Service
-, AND LOAN I Hwy. 470 S. Lake Panasoffkee. Fla. Lot 7A & the S 60 of the W 40< An Office Need
-Tiifi: ASSOCIATIONLEESBURG . of Lot 9 of Hellgate Isle Retreats Prescription China-Crystal-Lasting GUt Sala a SeS
HowardB.&Viola S.Johnson ,Sickroom Supplies Art Supplies "Yle liaitae.i .. a s..d"
s rcm-un I Biggest iittle .town in Central Florida Joseph T. & Mary F. Jarrett Cbmet cs SundriesDuanellon Fabrics Sewing Nodeas z.Ida ......
Lot 11. Block A, Unit 1. Magnolia HU92441After 5* N. Main IC& qtr b '-
Beach Park. His T l. HU9-2291 Brooksville796-X36 CIJIIII .y.t",S ;;

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Has Birthday Party ---'..,.,-'- :- ;- =z ,HOMOSASSA) :

FLORAL CITY--Mark Harrison and punch by his mother, his -; }" MRS. VINCENT HAVENS C
son of Mr. and Mrs. T.W. grandmother, Mrs. May Har- Qo
Harrison, celebrated his' ninth rison, and Mrs. Ralph_Bedford. AM Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mrs. Rudy Ernyey from Merritt L-
birthday March 21. All of Stricklin are Mr.and Mrs.Harry Island. D
Mark's 14 guests were boys. Sharpe of Arlington, Va. and Thirty tour members of Homo-
After the main course which Most horses live to be 25-30 of ,
John D. Williams Orange N. sassa Baptist Church attended
consisted of roasted wieners years mid, but each year in ahorse's J. the,Passion Play at Lake Wales
and ttye} works, the youngsterswere life is equal to threeof Out-of-State vacationers in the Saturday night. Some of the ,
'served cake ice cream a man's. area are Mr. and Mrs. A.D. members went by Lakeland '- Open Sundays!
Spencer Dr. Frank Harris and General Hospital to check on j1
son and Mr* and Mrs. James Mrs. M.M. Hughes afterherop- i PM. v n P.M.
{ Q Griffis and children all from eration last week. Plans had New Tables for Ladies Beer and Liquor
ChttanoogaTenn.; and Mrs. been to meet for picnic lunchat C.L.Ports Proprieter g*? and Package(Good
Edward Hopper and T.E. Smith Bok Tower but due to con- Marven (Doc) Davis.Night Mix5 Miles South on Highway*41
_
oligisr
and son of Atlanta Ga. Dr. fusing road signs some were
Charles Quaise and son from delayed. The performance was
Louisville. Ky., the Charles impressive and many plan to see
( ; Gregorys of Nashville Tenn., it again. If you go, take a blan-
Mr. and Mrs. W. Westbrook of ket and a warm coat with a hoodif
I IEJrCE EXIT THE OLD-The old Standard Oil station, located on the Gainesville, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. possible also a cushion. Leroy Rooks J Jr.
corner of S.ApopkaatdMainStreetUS41)( ) for the past 33 years, Don W. Clark and children and .
is no longer.Built by Standard Oil back in 1930 at a cost of $1500, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto YEW Post 4252 &. Ladles Awx. 4252
.the station has been operated for many years by Gene Hewitt. Schultz all of Milwaukee Wise. New Lawn ServiceIs "
-staff photo Robert Angel has returned to HernarokL r Fb.
his home in Myers, N.Y. afte- Now Available
A spending the winter here. Entertainment Schetete.
0 The Ottleys were at their home CRYSTAL RIVER-A new
4J( here over the weekend with business was launched last week
their son Martin who is on here, which is much needed in March 30--Old fashioned Auction Box Social.
convalescent leave from Great thecommumty. By name it is Auction starts at 7.00 P.M.
Lakes Naval Training Station. Paradise Lawn Service with Auctioneer Major Bellamy
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hill stoppedby Franklin Collins and Bill Grif- Gals bring the Boxes.
on their way home to Columbus fin as owners and managers. Guys bring the Dough.
Bi H sa r.ea ofY Ga., afterleaving the ashes They offer the service of Juke box dancing after and during social.
of a loved one in Tampa Bay. keeping lawns mowed, cleaningand
April 6--Round Dance by the Ocala Colonels.
Ed Waldron was dinner guestof trimming shrubbery,plant-
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rhod- ing, and lot clearing. Work will $3.00 per Couple $1.50 Stag

enberg Sunday. be done weekly or by contracton Post Meetings 3 & 4 Friday 7:30 P.M.
Other out-of-state visitors include a monthly basis. All work is Auxiliary Meetings 1st Friday 8:00 P.M.
Mr. and Mrs.W.J.Lyons, guaranteed. The office is locat- Public Invited ,
.,. of Thornwood N.Y.,this is their ed at Mr. Griffin's home on --
<. s. first time here; and Mr. and, Front St. .

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EXPOSE THE NEW--When, the old station was razed a new
Hewitt's Standard Station,was revealed. Needless to say, the Thunderbird Terrace Quotes
all-modern station with its additional property,cost considerablymore :
than $1500. In the process of completion, the county's

: : >> D YO V'"R newest Rogers,station and both is are operated in the by service Hewitt department.and his assistant.Milton Grumb-Jimmy "The State Won't Do It! The County Won't! But We Will"---

ling is a part-time operator of the station, as is Dale Gavin,
who works on weekends. The bright new Standard station offersa GUARANTEE All lots to be above highest known water level.
3.ZYZ1lTGrBuild complete car care center and modern restroom facilities.
Hewitt plans an open house around the middle of April.staff The finest Lake and River Fishiot

photo .. : .......... .,
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That New Home Homosassa Springs. in the State, MM
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Homosassa James Harmon celebrated his
birthday Sunday with a dinner :,, See this areas fastest growing community. Over 500 lots
Springs party. Among the guests were sold to date. All. sensibly restricted for your meet
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Calgad- protection.
' Bridge St. Dunnellon NONA RUNION ione and children and Mr. and '
Center here, not just pteaaed. Allaeceeatyiaciti s
Mrs. T.J. Little, all of Tampa. : Shopping
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... ;. for Florida.living.
ti Vincent Fassanaro and Otto Citrus County WWI Barracks :.
Free DeliveriesHu Giordana of New York who visited 3058 held a rally at the Ameri- '
Mr. and Mrs. M. Giordano, can Legion Hall at Crystal River W. .,..N LotS from $695.
have returned to New York. and ChOIC-;;
afternoon
on Friday
call The o a Y I in the area Your own terms.
Mrs. Lester Worrell was inducted six more new membersto
BOWLES ed to Wayne, W. Va. for the the Barracks.All .
9-2400 funeral of her father Rufus If you are in the market for lake property, for your own sake, drive a few miles and investigate.

Pack, 69, who went fishing and
was found drowned Saturday race horses have the same Thunderbird Terrace" Lake Panasoffkee
morning by hi c: sons. birthday January 1 of theyear
LUMBER CO. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Welchof they were born, and they all
Hudson were guests Mondayof become a year older on Jan- Drive East on Hwy 44 to Signs to Lake Phone Bushnell SY 3-2925 Jack Irving)
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Runion. uary 1 of the next yearevenif
Mr. al(1'Mrs.. L.J. Eiland they are born a few days
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Shower To Honor Connie Bertine 1It ude4 B6tl1Ut I I Ii I


RESOLUTIONAt strap to adjourn unless other- CHICK CHITTY FORD INC. Letter from Eugene Knots i

a Special meeting of the wise called together by the P.O. Box 656 Inverness, Fla. Mayor of Yankeetown inrefer- i
CRYSTAL RIVER-The Woman's dames Dan Bertine Louis Cap- Board of County Commissioners Chairman. Motion seconded by February 19, 1963 ence to Withlacoochee River, 8

Club was a bower of pola Atlas Hough, Reuben Ken of Citrus County Florida Commissioner Spooner and Board of County Commissioners read &: filed.

flowers and Japanese parasolswere nedy and Harley Levins. Forty held on the 14th day of February carried. Citrus County Fla. Mr. Quentin Medlin appeared

used as exotic decorations friends of the honoree were pre 1963 the following was Gentlemen: before the Board in reference to

last Friday evening when a sent and showered her with an ordered and spread upon the Feb. 19.1963 It is our pleasure to submit Fair Association and Spring ,O QU \... ,'{
shower Regular Meeting
was given to honor Miss assortment of beautiful gifts. minutes the following Bid on 2 Trucks for Festival on AprilS and 6. He

Connie Bertine. Her engage- An arrangement of Formosa "It is hereby ordered by the The Board of County Commissioners the Citrus County Road Dept. asked the Board if he could attend d See

ment to John Wesley Green of azaleas adorned the refresh- Board of County Commissioners Citrus County, Per Specifications- a study course on Citrus 9<<
Florida, met in regular sessionon
Trenton was recently announced ment table. Per Unit ------- $ 7412.87
of Citrus
Florida in
County, production Gainesville on April -
and the date for the wedding Miss Bertine daughter of Mr. the above date. Total 2 Units --- $ 14825.74
that the form'of agreement between 12. The Board granted him
is Sunday, April 7 at 4 p.m. in and Mrs. Wilbur-V. Bertine is the said County and the Present: Clyde Byrd chair-chair Thank you for this opportunity permission to attend this study 9M SfPt e9 'P 7 Ne
the First Baptist Church. a nurse at the J. Hillis Miller Atlantic man, Harley Levins,vice serve you
Coast Line Railroad
course.
The hostesses included Mes- Medical Center Gainesville. man Robert N.G Ustrap,JamesE.
Company dated December 6, Rooks Jr., Fred E.Spooner. Respectfully.Chick Mr. Harley Levins talked to i Just I.ALLEN'S IN
1962 by the provisions of which Chitty the Board in reference to the
C.
Clerk-Janet Hensley,Deputy.
Motion by Commissioner Gil-
the said Railroad Company Spring Festival.
Attorney: Don Bradshaw. Sheriff
grants to the said County an strap, seconded by Commis- Map of plat Chassahowitzka HARDWARE
: R.G. Holden Deputy.
easement or a right of way, The Chairman called the meet- sioner Spooner to accept bid of River Estates Unit#5 presented
i within the limits therein set out Cochran Chevrolet as it was to the Board. This map of plat
for constructing and maintain- ing to the order business and they of the proceededwith Board. the lowest and best bid. Motion was approved by County Attor Itt $Iks. North of Court House Inverness

{ ing a public road or street Mrs. Ray Baxter, Home De= carried. Voting no against mo- ney & Engineer. ______ __ -. --.
the usual tion Rooks. Motion Commissioner Gil-
.- 1r crossing (including monstration Agent in the County by
( ; appurtenances such as a paved appeared before the Boardin The following bid for dump strap seconded by Commis-
side- body was opened and read aloud sioner the
roadway, curbs gutters Spooner to approve
i r reference to working quarters
.. A walks, shoulders, slopes, fills for her in the courthouse. by the Clerk. map of plat of ChassahowitzkaRiver

..J, cuts and drainage facilities) at Motion by Commissioner Levies HARDEE MFG.COMPANYP. Estates, Unit #5, motion
O. Box 629
grade across the right of way seconded by Commissioner carried.
and track or tracks of the to lease )building Plant Guy FloridaTo Motion by Commissioner Levies -
Spooner
Atlanic : Board of County Commissioners seconded Commissioner -
Coast Line Railroad by
from Artis M. Taylor on High-
RESTAURANTBREAKFAST
Company near Inverness, Flor- way #44 to expend the court Citrus County Florida Gilstrap to adopt the follow- k" '
ida, said crossing being 50 feet Inverness Florida ing resolution:
house building with option to buy
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0 in width, i.e., 25 feet wide on the first of 1964. Motion car- Date February 18, 1963 RESOLUTION ,'V"' '.
/ each side of a line which extends ried. Terms Net WHEREAS, a Petition has "

; _ + across said right of way Mr. Kibbee Crump and James 2 New Hardee Model HT been presented to this Board IN MATCHLESS
31210. 13' x T x 10 yard water
,
in an east-west direction and Harmon appeared before the requesting that this Board calla ; : :;,
SERVED intersects the center line of Board in reference to the Homo- level dump body. Bodyequippedwith public hearing to determinethe
Coast Line's main track at anoint 36" cab protector. Hoist advisability of closing vacating -
Hell V 2766 feet sassa Water District Commis- to be Hardee Model 63120,Class and discon-
northwardly abandoning AS RANGE
sion. They asked the Board to
11, 20 ton front mounttelescopic. -
measured the line of
along center tinuing certain portion -
them Mr. Neil Gard
Hey, You'll Find Them All at of Coast Line'smaintrackfrom help get the Commission. Body and hoist specifica- streets delineated on the recorded -
reappointed to
Mile Post R791.as tions and design exactly as per of Woodland "t',
plat Estates f
SWEAT'S RESTAURANT Motion by Commissioner Levies ;
advertisement and enclosed lit- <
particularly described in seconded by Commissioner Unit 2B recorded in Plat : : ,:
said agreement and as more erature. Book 4, page 29, public records : '
Gilstraptb have the County Attorney ;..,1.... : "k"iiW"
Total price exclusive to all \ .
I fully shown on the print attached draw a resolution in reference of Citrus County, Florida, des- ;:
Ca to and made a part of taxes, painted, mounted and delivered cribed as follows:
to above motion car-
= F s said agreement be and the complete. $1600.OOea.Total .
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E _r same is hereby approved." ried.At 3200.00 The East 14 feet of Poppy
"Further that the Chairmanand the regular' Commissioner meeting of the Delivery: Approximately 2 Avenue and the East 10 feet of .

Clerk are hereby authorized Board of County weeks after receipt of order. Tulip Avenue both in Woodland _
and directed to execute said of Citrus County, Florida heldat Thank you for the opportunity Estates Unit 2B according to the o y -

--- in the and Inverness, Florida on 19 to bid.Hardee. plat thereof recorded in Plat
M agreement name on
\ t behalf of said County" February 1963, Commissioner Mfg. Co. Bodk 4, page 29, public recordsof
I that the Levins introduced and moved /Walter H. Harkala Citrus County Florida. Model HG 3 3i
hereby certify
tr the adoption of the following:
is from General Manager at the expense of Petitioner,and
foregoing a true extract i
1 / the minutes of the meeting of "RESOLUTIONBE Motion by Commissioner Levies WHEREAS, it appears that
the Board of County Commis- IT RESOLVED that the seconded by Commission such hearing should be held for
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sioners of Citrus County,Florida Honorable Farris Bryant Gov- er Gilstrap to accept bid of that purpose; IT IS THERE-

0. held on the 14 day of Feb- ernor of the State of Florida be Hardee Mfg. Co., as it was the FORE RESOLVED by the Boardof
: rp 0uo 1963. and he is hereby requested to only one submitted.Motion car County Commissioners of
,A.D.
0J ruary reappoint Neal W. Card as one ried. Voting no against motion Citrus County Florida as fol-
Francis W. Williams ClerkI
of the Commissioners of the Rooks. lows
hereby certify that the :
hereto attached has Homosassa Special Water Dis- Letter from State Road De- I I. That a public hearing shall
agreement trict and that the Honorable :
i partment in reference to State be held in the County Commis-
been recorded on the minutesof :;
Francis W. Williams, Clerk of Road 491 sioners of the
# with letterfromMr. room Citrus ,
the Board of County Com- :
this Board, be and he is
hereby
Becker Courthouse
missioners of Citrus County Henry attached read &: County at Inverness
authorized and directed to fur-
filed. Florida 10:00 o'clock
at
Florida after execution in accordance -
nish a hereof to the Hon-
with the above copy The Clerk was asked to writea A.M. on Tuesday 19 March
re-
orable Farris Bryant,"Governor letter to the State Road Department 1963, to determine the advisa-
:: solution. of State of Florida. bility of aban- .
; in reference to above closing vacating ,
Francis Williams Clerk
W.
S ,.: :- Said motion was carried. Commissioner Said Motion was Gilstrap seconded and by and send a copy to Mr. Becker. doning and discontinuing such

r Letter from Governors Advis- portion of streets;
Motion by Commissioner
carried. in reference 2. That notice of such hearing
committee to
Spooner seconded by Commis-
/FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS, be published in the Citrus County +r .
junk yards &: auto graveyardsread
SWEAT'S sioner Gilstrap to adopt the -'
Clerk, Board of County Commissioners Chronicle time
&: filed. one at least _
Motion
following resolution.
Citrus County two weeks prior to that date at Y.

jcarried.. Florida the expense of Petitioners.The .
.. - At the regular meeting of the The following bids for new j Public Notice Commission voiced their

Bar and Restaurant Board of County Commissioners trucks were opened and read opinions on setting a line in the

of Citrus County Florida aloud by the Clerk: IN-THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Withlacoochee River above
U.S. 41 North held in the Citrus County Commissioners' -
COCHRAN
InvernessCOUNTYWIDEDIRECTORY CHEVROLET CO.
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT which there can be no netting of
of the Citrus
room
Inverness Florida .
OF THE STATE OF FLO-
County Courthouse in Inverness Board of fish.A
County CommissionersCitrus RIDA, IN AND FOR CITRUS bill was read to the Com-
Florida on Tuesday 14 County COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. mission by the County Attorney 1 Year Free Service Parts & Labor
1963
Commissioner
February InvernessFloridaGentlemen
No. 1572 in reference to franchise for the beautiful 30"
Spooner introduced and moved new
: MID-STATE HOMES, INC.. a operation of garbage collect-
the adoption of the following: The following is a bid on a Florida corporation, Plaintiff ions.
"RESOLUTIONBE 1963 Chevrolet M80 Tandem
-vs- Motion by Commissioner Gil-
IT RESOLVED that the Series. GVW Rating 36,000 lb. VIRGIL W. ECKLES and BER- strap, seconded by Commis- e

LOANS U po $600. Naylor & Hall Board of County Commissioners V8 Engine 348 cubic inch THA D. ECKLES his wife.et at sioner Spooner to advertise a-
of Citrus County Florida, Gross HP 220. Front axle -1 Defendants.NOTICE bove bill, motion carried.
LOAN ON for and on behalf of Citrus Beam 7000 Ib.Rear axle-32000 OF SUIT The Board instructed the

County Florida, execute the lb. Convential cab standard. GA'S' RANGE "BURNER WITH A BRAIN"
AUTO
FURNITURE, Fill THE STATE OF FLORIDATO County attorney to draw a bill in
DJrtContractors Satisfaction of Lease of
a Directional
copy
Signals double
SIGNATURE. face : Virgil W.Eckles and BerthaD.
Best looking, best cooking ever! Exclusive
new
range
which is attached hereto and that front 7
rear. Full air bakes includes Continued on 6-B
his wife whose
Eckles, residence
the Chairman and Clerk of this 7 1/4 cut off air com- Cabinet-Mate design makes it look and fit like a
is 1010 Road
i "Let Us Help You Solve Board, respectively execute pressor. Air horns Power South, Chicago 44 Mayfield, ill built-in. Convenient new Counter Control Center .

Your Money Problems"Crystal the same for and in the name steering, 2 west coast mirrors, YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIREDto plus Flame-Rite burners, ONLY
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River of Citrus County Florida. 5 speed spicer 3152 synchro- file your answer or written Balanced-Heat oven . .
Ph 726-1104 S aid Motion was seconded by mesh transmission, 3 speed "smokeless" broiler and
defenses, if any. in the above Tp
Finance Corp.HWY. Ph. 726- 2825 Commissioner Gilstrap and auxiliary transmission. 10- proceeding with the Clerk of this Mealtimer clock. Easy to $ 2 / 0
Inverness carried. 10.00 x 20 12 tube tires. .
type Court and to serve a copy ti clean too with chrome -
,
19 Motion Commissioner Gil- 10 7.5"
by 'disc.wheels.See leaf thereof upon the Plaintiff's attorney a week
Next to Florida Power strap seconded by Commis- let for further information. whose name and address Spillguard top and ex-

sioner Spooner to approve typ- Price each ------- $ 7374.71 appears hereon,on or before the clusive Dispos-A-Bowis_ Reg. 279.95
ical section 1, 2, 3, & 4 See it !
c # : Thanking you for the opportUnIty 29 day of April 1963. today Thermal eye This, week
BeautifulDEVOE only
Building State Job #02560 8602-02-31 to bid on this unit. The nature of this proceeding
& -2502-8601-02-41. Motion Yours
very truly
being a suit for foreclosure on
carried. COCHRAN CHEVROLET CO a mortgage on the following des $199.956pc.
Motion by Commissioner Gil- /s/ Robert
MaterialsElectrical R. Cochran cribed real property lying and

being in Citrus County Florida, ,

/ THIS SPACEAVAILABE, to-wit: ,
Beginning at a point north "Wondo-Edge ,
I a fie i .s E# iTO S 205.40 feet and east 1838.29feet

Supplies from the NW corner of Section

Lumber Paint 34, Township 18 South Range KNIFE SET
20 East,the bearding of the West Mlrrotac Enamel gives
Roofing Materials KEEP YOUNG boundary of said section being furniture, cabinets, kitchen or witfi purchase tfefi

Plumbers' Supplies STAY HEALTHYAnyone South said point being on the bathroom walls, bicycles,

Tile Saws northwesterly right of way line boats,even tools-a bright and
of State Road No. 5-581andoaa beautiful tile-like finish. RCA WHIRLPOOLGas
AppliancesAdmiral Builders' Hardware who lived to be fifty about a hundred
I, was considered fortunate. Few curve concave southeasterly
years aco very
and KeUbator Everything in Building were actively healthy at forty. Now, average having a radius of 421.97 feet Resists stains,fruit acldsafco- or Electric

WashersDryers MaterialsBuilder's life expectancy is in the seventies. b and also being 40.00 feet from hot and grease, and keeps its

TV, Stereo &: Hi-Fi and radial to the center line of bright gloss even after
I for You .r* youcjr :as lone as you have rood said State RANGE
See us CompleteHome Road, thence north- repeated washings. ,
health. New medical techniques assure more
+ easterly along said right of
Furnishings way
accurate diagnosis. New drugs, hormones and
Crystal River vitamins are positive actin Go to your physician - line curve a chord bearing and Just one coat usually covers

Phone 795-2489 0- quickly when sick. He can help yon to distance of N. 51 deg. 12 min. and it dries In 4 hours. .

stay healthy and young. 31 sec. E 100.36 feet thence
SkinnersFurniture Supply Co. N. 33 deg 57 min. 25 sec. W
I $8.95
286 feet '' Exclusive! Knife set has new
more or less along and
', to the waters edge of Lake ,.rlaL ',.. ; patented process that produces
a long-laetin light
Tsala Apopka thence Southwes- ;
1 S Stores Ga., Ala. &: Fla. CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when terly along and with waters edge : x 1:' ning-feat cutting action. Set

Sandran Floor CoveringsW.oodward you aeed.,-a.:medicine. Pick up your proscription to a point N 33 deg. 57 min. 25 . $2.60 sx/ t .. :,.F includes paring knife, carving

{ 'if shopping nearby. A great marry sec. W. from the point of beginning ,, par,to : ;: fork, chefs knife, rout

people entrust us with ihelr prescriptions thence S. 33 deg. 57 ::;. slicer, sandwich knife, altar
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.n us. < :i
Realty Weed Septic jrfay we compound' yours min. 25 sec. E.342 feet,more or and wood holder.Limitedtime .

less to the point of beginning.

DONE and Ordered at Inverness offer
Get noM
On U. S. Route 19 Tank Co. yours
Florida this 26 day of

4 CRYSTAL RIVER BENNETT'S March, 1963. Htt TOW COUB] TOfiAY.it Ute .. "drlls ..4 RCA kyf w.. .... c.r-. ............

HOMES Pumping Service & Repairs FRANCIS. WILLIAMS RCA WMtirOOl ,.c-... ......i..4 fcr t.*. C.rpr.1M. d Amrft.
ii CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy

ACREAGE ,Lintels Sills Virginia S. Williams al IJr Hernando Bottled Gas
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DRUG STORE
Buy and Sell Deputy Clerk

With Confidence Precast Steps Harry M. Hobbs

s DONALD J. We BRIDE Business Phone 726-1191. a PHONE_ 726.2731 INVERNESS FA! Attorney 211 Jackson for Street Plaintiff Comp.ny.lna & Appliance Service


Reg. Real Estate Broker Home Phone 726-2V42 Tampa. Florida Ocala Ph. 726-2595 Inverness Ph. 796-4225 BroobwtUe

E Phone 795-2652 Route 1 South, Inverness Publish March 28, April 4, 11.

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6Tire CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE -March 28. 1963 ,



f : Commissioners
County Meeting
Taking Orders for Citrus"& Persimmons. Personals
Continued from 5-B
Now Jack Miller) Mr. and Mrs. James Briggs John McKenna of Port Char-
Budding reference to junk yards etc. Kings Market 15.00 u of Hickory Hill Retreats have lotte. On their way back they
Commissioner Fred Spooner (Lon Nester, Margie Shanklin) Y returned after a week's visit spent three days with Mr. and I
Landscaping of Homes Pick your Flowers and presented the plans of the vot- Winn's Pharmacy 113.25 with Mrs. Briggs brother and Mrs. Lee Quesnell of ClearWater -
Shrubberies!: that do Not Freeze. ing booth in Lecanto to the (Osteen. Eiland Brannan,Johnson sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. .
Board. ) .
Check with us for SPRAYS &. PLANT FOOD needs.' Motion by Commissioner Gil- Citrus Memmrial Hospital 12.00
Why go out of town and pay more. strap seconded by Commis- (Harmon Riggs Denise Goodman s
sioner Spooner to approve minutes Sharon Riggs Thomas SOD
Landscape Nursery of the regular meeting of Roddenberry) -.06* Per Ft.
February 2, 1963 and Special Whites Funeral Home 50.00
Sportsmans Park Phone 726-2776 meeting of February 14, 1963 (Will Inghram)
: motion carried. Mason Grocery 10.00 CASH-ANIXJARRY-OVER-STOCKED
Motion by Commissioner (Mamie Johnson)
Rooks seconded by Commis- Coy Sandlin 34.00 LANDSCAPE-NURSERY-U. S.41NO.lBLOCKSO.BOWLlNGALLEY7a6.1381 .
sioner Spooner to approve all Levins Grocery 10.00
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TREE PRUNING? vouchers and issue warrants in (Fred Wightman)
payment thereof: Ronnies Place 20.00 ,
General Fund: (Margaret Martin) 'j'i: ,

E 243 E 281 Dennis O. Weaver 52.00 awl,,.:., ".'. ....... .. w
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See Us For 21022 21072 (Louis Carter, lona Head) v., ;"" -i.; '".\' ' . k Fero (Insurance Agency
Road & Fund Motion
Bridge : carried
unanimously. OLD GOETHE PLACE,as shown above when purchased: by Harry
R 235 R 250
Motion by Commissioner Gil- Gleaton. Lumber from the building will be used in constructing *
16169 16210 strap seconded by Commis- Home f
cottages on Gleaton's Mason Creek Road property. & \ Mortgage
Mono Chain Saws.89.50 Relief: sioner Levins to approve the Life wm/i-/ l Travel
up S.R. Miller. Jr., M.D. $26.00 following resolution motion Auto ; .' HoepN.H2M.oe

Homelite Chain Saws149.50 up (Wilson Leona)& AndrewSmithCorine carried. Old Homosassa House Is DownBy ,

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SEVIMRUDE Motors (Charlie Smith Pearl Johnson, of the com- construction of much needed extra -
Essy Eiland Tom Sanders An- Parsonage CeremonyFLORAL munity's older dwellings have space. Fast Claim Settlements
ARCHER'S MARINEH drew Smith Pearl Johnson) become a part of history. Built Wreckers found that DeBuskhad
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"We service what we Helen City Methodist Church will hold Parkview Hotel Bldg. since 1930
David. Chas.
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41 No. Inverness Florida Martin ther in 1907 the two houses timbers and had built well using Dunnellon Ph. 489-2412 489-2336
dedication services for the
Smith Elsie Hall Alfred Clark, new
were just alike although in the large nails and plenty of
I parsonage on Sunday morning.
years since then other owners them.
The parsonage may be visitedby varied the additions somewhat.

New Concrete Block Home from the 3 public to 5. Dr.in the Hoyt afternoon Tatum, house Walter about Truett 1913 bought and Henry's added a
Supt. of the St. Petersburg Dis-
second floor along with adjoin-
trict of the Methodist Association Mo/ui Cattet Brand Paint
ing rooms to the first. At that /
Bedroom will officiate at the cere- time he was and depot
((2 Carport Utility Room) postmaster -
mony. agent for the Atlantic Coast
Church members wish to thank Line which had a terminal station Buy one get
all who participated in the build- here. A later owner was one
ing and furnishing of the parson-
W.C. Croft. After his death
$5495.00 age and for their gifts and pray- Mrs. Croft sold the place to the
ers in this behalf. Blackfords,
C.M. who recentlysold
it to Norris Cattle Co.
Harry Gleaton most recent
Lot Included purchaser and the man who R1V'VMARY
raised the house, says severalof
the old timbers still bear the
name of Walter Truett.
EAST WOOD HEIGHTSRoutes The other Goethe house be-
came the property of Preston CARTER HO LIMIT AT NO EXTRA CWT

50 & 98 6% miles East Brooksville for DeBusk also postmaster here 14 HOUSE PAINT mciSION COLOR MATCHING ALKYD PLAT
many years. He establishedthe q More than 1,500 TUUble wkfc Ttei-O- r
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i 73rd YEAR NUMBER 13 INVERNESS, FLORIDA March 28. 1963 >

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the very beginning of treasurer and later general
the present pastorate plans chairman.One .
began formulating toward the of the most important t P.
construction of a new First decisions was a site for the .Fr
Presbyterian Church of In- new edifice. The propertywas
verness. chosen and in early 1960
: When the question was decided the lot on the corner of S.
t committees were Osceola and Grace Streetswas

named to have these plans purchased.
Jr-M I i materialized. The original Early in 1961 the building

building committee consisted fund was started but serious

j of Roy C. Bennet. chairman planning for the church did
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with John N.Ossenfort. not begin until late that year.
Carey Smoak and Otto Allen. Actual construction work got
a After this committee was under way in July of 1962.
selected, subcommitteeswere Construction was carried out
w announced with the by John N. Ossenfort con-
following chairmenC.E.Long tractor and builder. The ar- i'ThS'ANISH
Sr., finance chairman: chitectural design was by
Erich Von Walthausen fur- Frank Patterson of Tampa.
MODERN BUT MODEST interior of new edifice will offer congregation and visitors a refreshing nishings; B.F. Dibble mem- The building program was
atmosphere for worship services. Accent is on the stained white pine ceiling with matching orials; G.E. Peterson landscaping formally set in motion by a
furnishings even to the piano. Certain to keep the eyes ever upward is the decorative stained ; Fred Mahlman memorable congregational

glass window noticeably visable .above the chancel. --staff photo meeting held in April of 1961.A .

'Inverness Rebekahs special ground blessing -
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service was held at the site -. -, .. .-
Leads In Red Cross Water '
Florida Safety
The Rebekah Lodge No.57 met for the proposed new edificeon
in the FPL last Friday night Sunday afternoon July 1, IN DESIGN, the new First Presbyterian Church is the architectural efforts of Tampa's
TALLAHASSEE--The Red distributed free to the state'sDepartment last summer by the national with 10 members and three vi- 1962 with members of the Frank Patterson. Construction work was by John N. Ossenfort. This photo shows the colorful
Cross hit an all-time high in of Public Health. Office of Educational Relations. sitors. Two birthdays were ob- church and other interested structure one week prior to Sunday's dedication service. Landscaping improvements were made
water safety aid first aid train Volunteers served 150,000 Young artists submitted paint served. Mrs. Tomi Scofield arranged attendance. during the past week. --staff photo
ing in Florida last year and led hours in military and veterans ings for exhibition in the organization's persons in
refreshment table
the overall of the
Total cost
all Southeastern states. hospitals in addition to ser- International School
in using the St. Patrick's Day project including lot and County Crop ReportDamage Special Radio Bible
Ninety-sixthousand Floridians vices given in civilian hospitals, Art Program. Youngsters
theme. Mrs. Minnie ?Mute pro- has been esti-
,learned these skills during the institutions nursing homes,and elementary schools packed furnishings Programs For Sunday
vided the cake and green punchwas mated around 80000.
boxes for children at
year, including 58,000 in swimming homes for the aging.A friendship
and lifesaving and 38,000 number of young people of foreign lands and engaged in served. To Citrus Six special radio programs on

I in first aid. Highest previous leadership promise attended international correspon Legion Auxiliary some of the basic elements of
training record was in 1960 leadership centers conducted dence. Christianity will be broadcastin
with 91,700 certificates issuedin Picks 2 DelegatesFor More Than ThoughtWeather ""The Bible Speaks To You'

safety courses. Girl's State series beginning Sunday.
President Kennedy has pro- Whitelaw Tops Track Action '"The Meaning of Prayer'is
claimed March as Red Cross Jeanne Stillfried andPaula has delayed the water- extent for reduced yields. the title of the first program. !twill
Month. This year the Red Cross Sandlin students at Citrus High melon crop and earliest harvestis Agent Medlin pointed out that be followed by: "The Mean-
also observes the 100th anniversary Citrus High track members Citrus tracksters and their School have been chosen by the not expected until about the many of the younger trees six ing oftheCross"TheMeaningof
of its birth in Geneva racked up 91 points as com- winning divisions are as fol- Auxiliary to Allen Rawls American first of June said County Ag years and under are killed to the Resurrection'' The
Switzerland as an international pared with 50 for Williston and lows: Scott--discus, 115 ft. 10 Legion Post 77 as local Agent Quentin Medlin this week. the ground or to the bank where Meaning of Atonement" "A-
humanitarian organization.The 39 for Hernando for the locals' in.: Whitelaw-- yd.high hur- delegates to the annual Girl's .f He said it might even be laterif they are banked. He said it will tenement and the Lonely
report chronicled help first track meet victory of the dies, 18.5; Wolcott--100 yd. State in Tallahassee. Picked as there's more cool weather take five or six years without Crowd" and 'The Meaning of
.. given to thousands of servicemen current season. Coach Bill H11- dash 10.9; Carroll--shot put. alternates are Sandra Kant and since melons need warm wea- any further freezes for production Baptism."
and in liar's boys met the visiting 36 ft. 8 in.; Walcott. Brown The
veterans family Sylvia Kelly. ther to grow well. to return to normal. programs are a Christian -
emergencies and welfare pro- squads here Friday evening. Whitelaw Carroll-880 yd. relay The selection was made at the Mr. Medlin in commentingabout Other farm activities in the Science production and
blems; home nursing and Fred Whitelaw, of the local 1:44;Whitelaw--180yd.low joint dinner and birthday party the citrus picture said county are picking up it was broadcast locally over station
mother-baby care techniques team was high scorer for the hurdles 24.6; Walcott Brown held last Wednesday night in the cold damage to citrus groves observed. Pastures are coming WDBO every Sunday at 9:15:
given to 11.000 homemakers; meet. Whitelaw,Carroll--sprint- honor of the Post's 44th anniv- continues to show up. out and some have been ferti a.m.
and action taken on 6,000 requests medley relay. 2:19.3; Bedford. ersary.A "As trees put out new growthit lized. Soil moisture is adequateand
from veterans for guid- Dunnellon Swats Kenwood Fitzpatrick King-- nominating committee composed . promptly wilts and dies, Indicating planting of feed crops is
mile 4:02.1.'NegroBaptists. Lady tolfirs km
ance and technical assistance relay of Carmen Leslie Lav- more cold damagethanfirst under way.
toward obtaining government Pirates Nine 10-3 onia Hanbury and Polly Hester thought" the ag agent
"It has been a long hard
benefits to which they .. Rally ,named ,. .little-of thebloom .' 1
were en- was. for the 1963. slateof noted.- winter and everyone hopes-it's 8IIf-.. +
titled. DUNNELLON--With Billy Roland
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officers.A which has appeared seems to be finally over" Medlin said.
Tornado relief to 650 Crest- in the pitcher's box and FLORAL CITY--An all-day coin-donation amountingto sticking so prospects for next
view and Milton families need- Larry Jinwright at home plate rally of seven congregations at five dollars was made to DR. JAMES C. CLARK year's crop are not bright." Lady members of the Inver-
ing help in homes reconstruction Dunnellon's Tigers blasted a the Pleasant Hill Baptist churchin Mrs. Herbert Woodford. 4th ...pastor of new edifice... There will be some fruit VFW Post Here ness Golf and Country Club have
and refurnishing and for 10.3 victory out of the Crystal celebration of the pastor's District chairman for National however on most groves.Higher joined a new central-Florida
medical River Pirates afternoonon seventh year (Rev. W.M. Mob- golfing group to be known as"GolfAround"
hospital burial and Friday
Security. The money will be Another New prices may make up to some
other needs relatedto the disaster the losers' diamond. It was ley), and to raise funds for the used to benefit the Radio Free Elects SheldonThe .
comprised most of a the first West Coast Conference repair on the 50-year-old Europe program. At a meeting held Thursday in
total expenditure of $80,249 for play for Dunnellon. church building in the amount of Gifts for feminine patients at Church BeforeHe the home of Mrs. Mary Crowe
disaster aid in nine counties. John Bowman was the losing 3427.7] cents was participated Veteran's Hospitals in Florida, Connor To Address Eugene Quinn Post 4337. in OcaJa. representatives of
Donors in the five chapters pitcher forthe Pirates (there in by Negro worshippers including cosmetics and Graduates of CRHS VFW elected new officers last golf clubs from Inverness. O-
per- week. They will be installed in cala
Palatka Defend.Stark and
which are participants in the was no report of Pirate runners Sunday. sonal items were wrapped by Is Retired
organization's blood program ). The church has been repaired Auxiliary members the letter CRYSTAL R--Sen. JamesE. June.Elected Fruitland'' agreed on a monthlyCircuittype"
gave 7,189 pints of blood which Dunnellon marked up 10 runs and has the appearance of anew stated. Sunday's climaxing consecra- "Nick" Connor of the Ninth commander of the golf day to be
was made available also de on 11 hits and no errors while building. Money raised at the Hostesses for the meeting were tion-dedication program at the Senatoral District has been selected post was Lloyd Sheldon. Other held alternately at the clubs
rivatives to hospitals and physicians the losing Crystal River nine meeting totaled $400 and was Mrs. Carmen Leslie Mrs. Ida First Presbyterian Church will by the seniors of Crystal new senior officers vice chosen included: mentioned above.
without charge for the scored three runs on three hits the first down payment towardsthe Mae Lloyd and Mrs. Frances be a special day in the life of River High School to be the Lassiter commander Bob Mrs. Betty Brown of Inverness -
product. Gamma globulin was and three errors. repair bill. Scofield. Inverness. And it will be an speaker for the May 30 grad- ; junior vice commander will serve as vicepresident -
Jim Sanders, quartermaster of the group. Other elected
extra special day for the con- uation exercises.Sen. .
Russell Macy; chaplain officers Mrs.
were: Sue Tucker. -
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gregation and pastor.It Connor, now of Brooks-
John Herns; adjutant. Jim San- Ocala president:Mrs.Ger-
will be the second new ville lived in Inverness 37
ders; security officer Francis trude McRae. Stark
church that.the Rev. James C. and is a former clerk of secretary;
years
(Cowboy) Williams; and judge and Mrs. Grace De-
Ready Mix Concrete Clark has been instrumental in the circuit court of Citrus County. Reynolds
advocate.
CARROLL M.C. Scofield. land. treasurer. More than 100
having built in the 'past few He is a graduate of Citrus
Williams. Scofield and Griff members are enrolledfor
years and he will proudly boast High School and attended the McClain were elected as trust this activity.initially
that he is pleased with this one. University of Florida. In 1952
__ ees. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Fran
t Dr. Clark born in Tampa in he was elected as senator from
; Allen represented the local clubat
Ready-Mix Concrete Inc. 1894. lived in Florida until he this district. SUBSCRIBE TO .
the meeting.flERENcLNGOFFKE
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was 12 years old. At that time THE CHRONICLE
he moved to the Blue Ridge -
Mountain area of North Carolina -
16 Years Experience the home of his parents

and grandparents.He .
: lived at Banner Elk until
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training in 1923. Some of the
schools he attended were:Lees-
Finest Quality Fairest Prices MacRae Junior College Banner

\ Elk:.Hampden-Sydney College '
in Virginia;and Union Theologi L9 : '
caISeminary.Richmond.Va.Hehas :; k : _
4 Plants served as pastor of churches -

Serve Yoi in Iron Gate.Va.,Frostburg.
Md., Baltimore. Md.. Union-
I town. Pa.. Sharpes Va.. Norfolk 1rriiJi

Va., and Covington. Va.
He was called to the Inverness _


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EXCAVATING of New Rochelle N.Y., made a
V their friends.Mr. .
surprise visit to
ROCK BULLDOZING
and Mrs. George; Schultz.
PAVING whom they have not seen for
ASPHALT
0 CEMENT} JfPNlllT over 20 years.
Mrs. Tilly Inglis of Clawson.

Mich. spent two weeks withMr.and ..
Sumterville I.IMERtJCKCONCHETE Mrs. Otto Stanley. PENINSULAR. ABSTRACT COMPANY j
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rados of

COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL Clearwater spent the weekend Inverness Elena
793-5071 PLANT MIX ASPHALT HOT OR COLD with Mr. and Mrs. William Sei- ,
?" DRIVEWAYS fert. The Rados' had just returned Established 1921 Plane X36.3431
from the Carolina's after
PARKING AREAS seeing their daughter Mrs.Tom \

STREETS Kennedy and two children off to Mrs. Frances Q. Ie.....,

t Africa husband where who is she a civilian will join worker her j Mrs. Margaret C. Romine, Secretary Execvtiv Vice Pv.......s

I for our government.Mrs. Exclusive Agent in Citrus County, Florida for Title

CARROLLCOHTRAOING Estelle Elliott of Battle & Trust Company of Florida, of Jacksonville: Florid. I
0t Creek Mich: spent a week with
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Yaudes.Mr. "
and Mrs. Sanford Lyon of TITLE I NSURANCE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE

CO. INC. Lake Odessa. Mich. stopped in
to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Not a branch or any other kind of offshootIt's the rod ''MeOw''
George Schultz.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Err cksan
Inverness Crystal River Dmelloii Sumterville of Brooklyn. N.Y. visited Mr. .ht.mb.r American Titi. Association Ftorfdfi TIlU A. *.$.. '
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t WALL STREET NEW YORK 5 March 18 thru March 20, 1963 Sumter Electric 15 25 PASTELS AND RETOUCHING.
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Stocks Bonds Mutual Funds Won 'Lost Inverness Construction 11 29 ., PAPERS, CANVAS
Bennetts Rexall Drugs 24 12 Carlson Realtor 10 30
The success of the St. Patrick's AND SKETCHING# SUPPIKS.
21/2 14/2
OCALA BRANCH Carlson Realtor HIGH TEAM SERIES
Day Invitational Golf
Connors Office Supply 21/214/2 Home Furniture 2632
Phone 622.7294 collect Tournament at the Inverness
Cookie Cutters 20/2 15/2 Metz Construction 2506
401 E. Silver SpringsBlvd: ; R&H Renes Bldrs. 20/215/2 HIGH TEAM GAME Golf and Country Club, and the

Segars Real Estate 20 16 Pure Oil Fire Birds 996 barbecue and cocktail party
over the week-end of March 16
Buzby Tax Service 19 17 Metz Construction 935
and 17 was due to the combined
Springs Ceramic Studio 18 18 HIGH IND. SERIES
Miss Milwaukee Deep Doc Bonifield 638 efforts, services and donationsof

$ Your Rambler Dollar$ Sea Fishing 16 20 Bob Gilstrap 615 bers many of the individual club. golf mem-

Chick Chitty Ford 16 20 HIGH IND. GAME f
IT'S YOUR BIGGEST DOLLARFULL Smith & Ogden 12 24 Doc Bonifield '290" - Joe Schoen the general chair-
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man was ably assisted Bill
Dolphin Deep Sea Bob Gilstrap 228 by
BILL HILLIARD .
Kant and
Byron Christy, vice
Fishing 7 29 TRI COUNTY
FULL HIGH TEAM SERIES Concrete Products 29 15 chairmen. The equipment and 1
Teacher Gets facilities donated by and
$1995 Springs Ceramic Studio 2001 R&H Renes Builders 29 15 Byron
Helen Christy food concessionaires -
PRICE PRICE I
Cookie Cutters1902 Cooks Pharmacy 26 18
made the I
eating accomo-
HIGH TEAM GAME Ossenfort Builders 25 19 Summer GrantWilliam
This price Includes F.drol Tax service, handling,-and dtlivcry i III Ocola Springs Ceramic Studio -680 Dunkel Court 24 20 dations a pleasure to behold. I r -
The Christys were ably assisted -
1963 RAMBLER CLASSIC Buzby Tax Service 666 Builders Supply 23 21
.55o 4 DOOR SEDAN HIGH IND. SERIES Little John Tile 22 22 L. (Bill) Hilliard, in the cooking and serving by
teacher of science at Citrus Jimmy and Mama Hoffman. As
Richard Kaufman 561 Sportsmen Bowl 17 27
High School and also memberof bartendars de luxe for the cock-
Robert Gilstrap 555 Fero Insurance 16 28
the coaching staff, has received tail party were Bert Van Roos- .
Edith Cumberland504 Shutts Electric 9 35 1
a grant of approximately endaal, WilliardBass and
Jesse
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Clara Walter 497 -HIGH TEAM SERIES
c $700 plus tuition and fees, for Hanson. Bob Ritz as Rules
HIGH IND. GAME Concrete Products 2589
I I Dick Kaufman 214 Builders Supply 2582 the summer institute for high Chairman, did a nice job as 1 ,
I school teachers of science and did Walt Turner in having the
Wayne Rolph 213 HIGH TEAM GAME
mathematics at the Universityof golf course facilities in perfect
Clara Walter 186 Concrete Products1009
North Carolina. June 10 to The for the
shape. pigs pork
II Ann Zalencki175 500 Builders Supply 890 July 20. He plans to study in barbecue were donated by Major 1 CEF
SCRATCH HIGH IND. SERIES .
I This Is the full sin, t Crystal River Roofing 63 33 Carl Buzby 592 physics.The Bellamy. The cutting up of the
institute is sponsored by and the of the bar-
112" wheel! base Rambler. Dan Fero Insurance 58/237/2 Frank McKee 570 pigs cooking _
the National
ScienceToundationto
I Includes full factory equipment, Cravens Barber Shop 56 40 Pat Buckley 570 becue was done by Gene Fowler, ar tF
improve th background and
plus 2 year, 24,000 mile warranty, 33,000 or 3 year chassis West Coast Title 52/2 43/2 HIGH IND. GAME provide broadening in subject Harold Roberts Tom firewood Dilar and 9o

lubrication. Many parts lubricated for life. 4,000 mil engine Yandles Gulf 54 42 Lloyd Shelton -244Terry field. One hundred high school Hoss furnished Mobley.by The Davis Lake was Es- tr C / Es

oil and filter change. Transmission and rear axle oil never Super Cat 39 57 McLeod 221 teachers from throughout the The
tates. golfing was
program
Ertles
Plastering 31 65
needs changing. Lifetime guarantee on complete exhaust PIN BUSTERS nation will participate in the directed by Marian Schoen. and RE
H Bonifield 30 66 Bowles Lumber Co. 35 9 six-weeks
course of study and :
system. her assistants were
Evelyn
Ct 1 O C Sl K.>!*tratioft, .!c. Extra. HIGH TEAM River SERIES Dampiers Mannequins 30 14 conference.Mr. Sipe Betty Brown and Fran
I. Crystal 1600
DOWN Roofing Metz Home Builders 28 16
'3> l7p Hilliard
'cay".nt. f $61.35,Includes rdll lift. just recently received Allen.
Cravens
Barber Shop 1584 I.G.A. Foodliner 26 18
his
HIGH TEAM GAME MA degree from the Under the big tent and assisting -
SAWAYA AUTOMOTIVE Winns Pharmacy 25 19
University of Florida,
Cravens Barber Shop 548 Acme Hardware 24 20 the first among in many kinds of work t't
students be
to graduated Bert and Van Roosen-
RAMBLE- PLYMOUTH, -HILLMAN H Bonifield 548 Johnstons Fill Dirt 23 21 under the were Peg
2 EAST JEFFERSON PHONE 622-4131 HIGH IND. SERIES Floral City Cash Groc. 18 26Sweat's trimester system. daal, Bill and JeanMartin,Mike .' -
!I Ken Yandle 572H 18 26 Reserve OfficersAt and Helen Hough, Ken and Lukie
Corbin. Dorland Van Dusen
I Bonifield 564 Coffee Kettle 17 27 Walt Connor's
Bette hey Meryl Pittman,Mar
HIGH IND. GAME Weeds Honey Dippers 14 30 Port Paradise
Ken Yandle 223 Dunkel Court 6 38 ian Kant, Sandra Kant Leona Office Supply & Equipment
OCALA BUSINESS DIRECTORYWilliams H Bonifield 212 Members theWithlacoochee Pettit, Mabel Brown, Harriet
HIGH TEAM SERIES Inverness phone 726-1601
chapter Reserve Officers As-
1ST NIGHTERS Connell, Ferne Felt,Mary Grif-
Metz Home Builders 2308
sociation of the United States,
Metz Construction 27 13 fin, Virginia Merkwitz, L e s
Acme Hardware 2221
met recently for a business-
Mercer and Charles Fitzpat-
Carrolls Ready Mix 27 13
HIGH TEAM GAME
Home Furniture social meeting at Ridge Manor rick. The golf pro and his wife.
26/2 13/2 Metz Home Builders 843
Pure Oil Fire Birds 25/2 14/2 Country Club. More than 30 Cliff and Agnes Hornketh hand- Beautiful Citrus
Acme Hardware 787
County
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S. & S. Supply NC.Radiator Dolphin Deep Sea Fish. 22 18 HIGH IND. SERIES officers and wives attended. led the requirements of the golf- -
New officers of the Assn.
Welch were ing participants in a commend-
Cabinet Shop 21 19 Nell Jordan 528
Sportsmens Sundries 21 19I.G.A. Evelyn Hood 517 elected. able manner.
Service Your Headquarters Foodliner 19 21 HIGH IND. GAME The next meeting will be held Dr. Alfred Brown, in his con-
April 17 at Port Paradise. cluding remarks promised that
Ocala For the Finest Nell Jordan 235
The Reserve Officers Assn. wouldbe
next year's tournament
CLEANING -- REPAIRING Lumber and BuildingMaterials' Evelyn Hood 192
RECOR1NG which embraces Citrus Her bigger and better.
ando and Pasco counties, has
as its primary purpose the Cancer Society
.SPECIALIZING IN Doc Bonifield
Our'Prices
Are Extra Low national security of the U.s.
FRONT END AND BRAKE 207 West Lincoln Street Drive Underway
Wins Trophy and the promotion of the inter-
SERVICE The annual funds drive forthe
307 West 10th St.(}:ala, Florida OCALA, FLORIDA 9TheI ests of the reserve forces of Florida Cancer Society is un-
-1- Phone 622-7910 PhoneMA 9- 6094t Tuesday, March 19, is a date this country.: Any citizen of the derway state-wide. Louis Connell -
;;- Doc Bonifield won't soon forget: U.s. who'now holds or has held well-known Invernessman
That was the night he had the a commission in any of the arm
is business and special
entire First Nighters League, ed forces under honorable con-
Roofing
Hercules Chain I gifts chairman.
ImportShoppe and everyone else at Sportsman ditions is eligible for member- Last week Mr. Connell circu-

jomplete Roofing'Set-rice Bowl, alternately holding ship. lated a letter askingthatchecksfor MidtowH Trailer Pork
Fence Distributer t ReRoofing and Repairing their breath and screaming as donations be mailed to him
in his third game he rolled a
Residential or Commercial Area Nurses InvitedTo in care of Inverness postoff ice.
Factory Trained Installation near perfect game of 290. He

started off with a spare in his
FREE ESTIMATES Built-Up 8 Asphalt first frame and then proceededto District Dinner Citrus Marine Center

F.H.A. Financing .Asbestos> Clay Tile throw 11 strikes.Doc bowls P
Registered nurses in the Inverness -
No Down Payment for Pure Oil. This Is the high
Factory
Exciting area are invited to attend 1 I
36 Months to pay Marion Heating. game for the house so far. dinner Trained
a 7
April at p.m.
"We help Do-It-Yourselfers" Richard
Place to Brouse Kaufman presentedthe
The 26th District :
Nurses Assn.,
607 Magnolia Ocala AND ROOFING'CO..OCALA West Coast Title trophy to 5.
with Mrs. Bill
Phone 629-5441 Phone MArion 2-4072 Mr. Bonifield Keaing secre- I
: monday eveningat tary, will be host to the dinner, Sales .
508 N. Street ParadisePlantation Sportsmen Bowl. This .
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Orange slated at S&W Restaurant here. Darts wi .,
phy for 280
was bowling a or There will be entertainment ,
TOYS BOOKS MODELS SEE US FOR better game. and door prizes. Reservations Service

GAMES GYM SETS *. Ski I Tools for the program may be placed SERVICE ON ALL MAKE] c t

WADING POOLS Plumbing Crystal Rive'rOpen with Mrs. Keating, of Floral U.S. 41 South ''Inverness
Alighthouse
operated by theu. 1 1f
JUVENILE FURNITURE Lumber City. Phone. 726-2413.
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s. coast Guard, is situated _
Free Gift Wrapping' Dvo Paints Yr. . M x 3.
week in nclote Key State Park
Courteous Senrice. Member *BtrkIty Pumps days, near Tarpon Springs.The .
Toy Guidance Council. Inc. Snappln' Turtle famous shell collectionof qi.r

Lawn Mowers 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. St. Clare Whitman is housedin 1j .
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Jack & Jill I i t the :.:.:.;:::.:.
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Key Historic Memorial. . "':':'. . w >> |lust one .elMl.ho... In MlaHewn
Toy Snop .Marion p Trailer Park. Midtown Trailer Perk Is Ideally UeatW for

HARDWARE CO ::::?t;:;" ':. ,..::i::::" retired pensioners Just one block south of Covft Hov..
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Phone MA 2-4441 Rune MA 23181OCALA. S. h.r1 ::'"'::o'$ corner to restaurants stores Ea.*-

17 No Magnolia Ocala, Fla. service stations bus station Valerie' Theatre -
FLORIDA and walking distance to several chwches.
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Ocala I LumberCompany
Permit No. 31 MidI i WEEK END RETREATS
LOCAL AND LONG 1 Crystal OWl Choice of 7 locfttfos Ckassatewitzka -

DISTANCE MOVING me: : Trailer Park Inverness<< River Crystal WttUacoocbet River

Since 1928 You Build Better with Kill Paradise Backwaters (3)) WitUacoochet

Collier's Terrdin.al Dried Lumber 1 block So. of Court House River at Nobktob.

A complete line of Back of Marty's Diner SOME WITH PRIVATE;
BUILDING MATERIALS r Estates Inc. WATERFRONT PARK BOAT
Warehouse BIRD ROOFING Special Year 'Round Rates RAMPS DOCKS.Average size

Large Mobile Home Sites 60 x 140 from $395.00 to $595.
PRATT&LAMBERT PAINTS
ft Van Co.Coc. .. GYPSOM 0 11' FULL ACRE Trailers for Rent Adults 00. $10.00 down. $10.00 per

Osceola and Taylor'St. E con.0.Y/ash MoM No r..cnaIoM. Write*

OCALA FLORIDA 1214 N. ,Magnolia (Less 25 ft. Road Rights) Inverness Phone 726-4371 for Dicks Reat.B Gtoea cate Bleed DuonellozvPh. Bill

Office Phone MA 2-8377 Ocala; Fla.Clint 489-2328

Attend a FREE lecture. .

mr in Per Cent Down

Lowder Mobile Yonge Plumbing "Christian Science: S BuntsFishfag


Homes Sales Inc. & ApplianceFor The Divine Law Which FulfillsGod's I J111 IV Dollars A Month Resort Orllll.lle-! .


Crystal River, Florida ItiPt .I e
new or used Mobile Homes FRANCHISED Hot Point Dealer Promises"l Modern Cottages tt.aI't' ol Towa

We'll meet or beat anyones Septic tanks cleaned. Drain l Money Back Guarantee Anytime Evinrude Motors :
terms or prices Try Clint fields installed. Septic tank ad c Cool
Lowder before you buy. 1984 vice and supplies 120 E. Ft.: Wilson M. Riley, C. S. B. of Guides -'Boats Q.rstiee4aiie

N. Pine, Ocala. Ph. 629-3200 King 4162. ave. Ocala. Ph. Ma. 2- Kansas City, Missouri. Member of High and Dry -1 1 Mile East of Air Conditioning TV Ru.e-eP.M..

Collect calls accepted.. t%. 716-1821
the Board of Lectureship_ of the Phone 795-7242
Crystal River Airport OR Highway 19
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Mother Church, The First Church

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Local and-Loig- DIstnce 'Movtaf. Massachusetts. Moss Oiks Wttdy's Ntotor Ctirt

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AND MAIL TO
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Hill's Van Service :t; Saturday March 23 3:00 P. M. Poa+ Rt. 46. EVERYTHING TO MAKE YOU
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Please send more information about Crystal Paradise Estates ,
TWO PHONES TO SERVE YOU 2-3942 & -
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Blanton Dies At HomosassaHOMOSASSA Floral City Firemen

I Laundry Dry Cleaateg & Rug Service
FLORAL CITY-Volunteer
ser- Mr Blanton b3, was a nativeof
vices for Benton Blanton were Jackson, Ky.He moved to Ho firemen were kept busy Sundayas We pick up and deliver 3 times a.week ia the teveraetn and
conducted mosassa from Ft. four three different brush fires
Monday afternoon at Myers Crystal River Area.
3X the Seventh Day Adventist years ago. He died at his home swept over several acres in one
Church in Homosassa with the early Saturday morning after section just outside of town anda FOR SWIFT. EFFICIENT SERVICE PHONE OR WRITE
Rev. Glenn Stevens officiating, suffering a heart attack. garbage dump blaze on the
assisted by the Rev. H.O. Rey- Survivors include his wife, back .road north of Floral City Ocala Laundry ft Dry CliMirs
S was beaten out as it threatened
Beulah
nolds. Interment followed at V. Blanton; three sons,
Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Tampa. Benton W. Blanton Lexington, several miles of woods and
r Ky., Arch B. Blanton of Roswell trees west of Good Council Ocala, Fkto

N.M., and Mark Steven Camp.
1 1t Chicago Rites Blanton, Homosassa; three The dump has been the recent 402 So. Main Street Phone 622-8301
daughters, Mrs.Dora Strobaughof issue of citizens who brought it
Tampa, Mrs. Norma Shaw of before the county commissioners. -
For Mr. MillerThe Sanford and Mrs. Mildred The commission had no
jurisdiction over the ,
Capps of Iceland; four sisters property
body of Herbert John and two brothers, and 13 grand but posted signs at the locations For Sale
Miller was taken to Chicago, children.The along the road where refuse had
111. for funeral services and deceased was a retired been dumped. 836 Acres of beautiful cleared land with improved

interment Saturday. Porter pipe fitter and a member of pasture grass fenced with over 1 mile hjghwny
Funeral Home of Inverness was the United Assn. of Plumbers, frontage. $500.00 per acre.
in charge of local arrange- No. 805, Ft. Myers; the Citrus
v G ments. County Chapter No. 70, the 40 Acres of land with 1/2 mile fro ta*e oa Highway
Y Y Mr. Miller 66, passed awayon Disabled American Veterans, $10,500.00.. .
Friday. He was a native of and the Homosassa Baptist /
Chicago, but moved to Hernando Church.:: Garage building on Highway 41 ia Floral City with
..Clvlxan Stanley Miller Is pleased to lend a friendly hand to a couple of needy lads.staff photo three years ago. r large lot $9,500.00. Good terms.

Among the survivors are his The name Las Vegas means
Von Nortwick Tells Club widow, Mrs. Ruth Miller of "the shadows" . The city of Large lot 215 foot frontage on highway feto CM M-
Hernando; a son,Eugene Miller, howitzka $2,100.00. Good terms.

County Has Retarded Miller Chicago;of two Michigan brothers and Walter Carl Los 1781 Angeles as El Pueblo was founded de Nuestra i in Tommie Dawsm Rutty

Miller of Chicago; a sister, Senora la Reina de Los Ange
Mrs. Louise Smith. Kansas les (The City of Our Lady, U.S. 98 N Brooksville Ph. 796-4416

I Children. Who Need Attention Ci'y., Mo.;and thref grandchildren. The Queen of the Angels) . .


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The Civitan to join Club the efforts here was toward appealed tion tarded already children has and a group adults of who re-, 1.,:,::.:,'.:'-.:::::.,':: . .. . ... ,. .. .:.':" ..::.:.)}.:::':,"'.: ; r i rili:;"\::.. . .. .", '. ." ::::::' '.,..tmll1H imKi@RM% ':'...::;:::,:'I"l'j::[ '

assistance for mentally and beginning in April will meet the f 1 1I
physicall retarded children in last Wednesday of each month in
Citrus County at its meeting last the local Woman's Club build-
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week. ing. He also stated that a groupof j
Harry Van Nortwick presi- over school-aged youths o -
dent of the Citrus-Hernando which the Association has been I
Association for Retarded Child- 't 1
trying to help via assistances 1
ren, was a special guest of the from the Junior and SeniorWo-
club, as were two small child- men Clubs have been gather- j 1
ren and Mrs. Wilma Steadmanof ing in "workshop" meetings j .
the County Health Dept. where they've been learning to {w
Also visiting the local club was cook and sew. Rug weaving will j i
Don Rothwell of Gainesville,Lt. begin sometime next fall. j
Gov. of Dist. 1 Civitan, who "Our organization, like the 1
commended the Civitans for Civitan Club,is anal!."said the j
their interest in community speaker, "And our budget, like
welfare and in particular, theday's yours is also small. We appealby

program.Mr. mail and personal contact for r V
Van Nortwick, who has membership and support. We
spearheaded a movement to focus -
would like for the Civitans to
attention on local and area join us in our worthwhile ef-
child retardation,was introduced forts." {
by program chairman Bill Van Nortwick said there are 83
Hilty. Prior to discussing the r
members frpm Citrus County in : -
program, a film, "Tuesday'sChild" the Association. Membership is E ,. v
was shown. three dollars for families and i 1'' k,
Progress has been slow in Citrus five dollars for organizations. '
County, Van Nortwick stated Of the three dollars the As-
largely because many par-* sociation may keep only one dol
ents are reluctant to come forth.
Some still haven't accepted the lar.Asked if retarded children ever : {
fact that they have retarded have the chance to lead normal I
children.Of lives Van Nortwidk replied that i
the two boys present at the all mentally deranged youngsters j
meeting, one was termed an in- --if given the proper attention -
school child who has reached his and
training--may eventually -
maximum learning capacity under lead normal lives, especially j'
present conditions. The 9-
year-old.must be-trained, marginal r 1 .... .'J' ,
special class of which two are j
needed now in the county. The
other child does not go to school
and is greatly limited in mental

facalltles.The Association president,who fur Jflaffe I .
incidentally has experienced ou
first-hand knowledge of the pro-
blem, told Civitans he knows of
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at least 15 mentally retarded /; ";'=:.., (' j
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I children in the Floral City-In- C' .:;:
verness-Hernando area. He ,1 !
said he understands there are '
that many in the Homosassa- !
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Homosassa Springs area and V'j!
also in the Crystal River com- f li{
munity. However he pointed jea4ken
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out parents of these children j rfn4J

have as yet not all been con- Let Us Re-StyU,. j
tacted. Your Hair !
There should be
no more than >
15 youngsters to a class. Van All Work Guaranteed {

Nortwick there should advised.be He two believes classes EVA HOLDEN &c4692ee f
Owner !
Nortwick advised. He believes V
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there should be two classes LaMode
Beauty
started as soon as possible,o
on either side of the county. nee !
expressed his hope that the Shop I .
school board will go along w ithre" Ij ,
proven needs, since four j '
teachers have been hired. "B ut Orange Hotel) ; .
It's up to us to prove that the Phone 726.1042 j
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