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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: April 25, 1963
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
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73rd YEAR NUMBER 17 INVERNESS FLORIDA APRIL 25. 1963 2 SECTIONS 16 PAGES

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l money to begin the CitrUs -
services for Mrs. County inner-lake im-
June Lorrine Callahan Stephenson provement project was secured Dunn of Tampa, for- US 41. US 27,US 129 and US 301. gine a toll road way out in the
victim of.an automobile accident of' from the Florida StateLegisla- merly of Citrus County was in If passed, it would also tend to Gulf of Mexico to be feasible
Saturday afternoon near <,. ture Tuesday. The Chronicle office this week. "slow down" four-laning and when one proposed almost para-
Leesburg, were held yesterday i -- "- Citrus County Commissioner fie is public relations directorfor improvement of these major lei to it--butOl1laad--waSaban-
afternoon at Porter Funeral : Robert Gilstrap and County Engineer the Peninsula Motor Club highways, Dunn stated. doned just recently by the Florida -
Home chapel with the Rev.Thomas Cecil Berry appeared (AAA). The measure was introducedby Turnpike Authority."
Channel, pastor of the before the state's internal improvement His purpose he said was to Republican Rep. Charles He quoted Turnpike Authority
First Baptist Church, officiat "'r 'board in behalf of the alert local interests u> the economic Holley of St. Petersburg, and statement which referred to a
ing. Burial was in Oak Ridge funds allocation. 'The state pitfalls and other dangers carried as sponsors Rep. suggested toll project from
Cemetery: board approved$35,000 advance in the legislative proposal for atoll Hal Chaires of Dixie: Rep. Wildwood to Tallahassee by way
: Mrs. Stephenson 17,died Mon- monies from the county's shareof road out in the Gulf of Mexico .- Frank Marshburn of Levy Rep. of Dunnellon, Chiefland and
day at a Leesburg hospital from taxes derived from racing to from Tallahassee to St. Pet- Wm. G. O'Neill and Rep. Wm. Perry as being "extremely long
injuries received in the two-car begin this project. ersburg--by-passing this area. V. chappell of Marion, Rep.Osie range and which cannot be seriously
t collision. She had just been The local officials were joinedby Dunn, who is familiar to per- Fagan of Alachua, Rep. RichardO. recommended for studyat
married in October and was living State Senator James E.Connor sons all over Citrus County Mitchell and Rep. Mallory E. this time." Dunn said the
at Indian River City. Her and State RepresentativeA. emphasized that his organization Horne of Leon, Rep. George Authority emphasized that the
husband was driver of the late R. Strickland they appeared is opposed to "Holley's Stone of Escambia; Rep. Bobby proposal for this land toll pro-
model compact car involved in before the state board. Folly", or House Bill 669, for Russ of Wakulla, and Rep. Al- ject was mentioned "only as
the mishap. Driving, the second This funds allocation is ade- many reasons. lison R. Strickland of Citrus. an item of possible interest and
vehicle, a 1952 sedan was Ivory quate to finance the planning High on the list, he said, is Dunn said he did not understand not as a project endorsed or
Stewart. of Ocala. stages of this project which will that construction of a "run-a- Strickland's endorsement of the supported by the Authority."
Stewart was charged by the investigating open a new canal from Gospel round' toll road off the coast bill at all. The overseas toll road mea-
officer with driving Island, near Inverness to the would tend to route tourists off The Motor Club executive also sure is only one part of a six-
while intoxicated failure to lakes in the Hernando area inthe now heavily-traveled US 19. noted that "it is difficult to ima- part House bill (669)), but is
yield, and failure to have a dri ., '.4 north part of Citrus County. Section 1, which is as follows:
ver's license. He proceeded .;. : Army Will Thrill The Florida State Turnpike

the through Stephenson a stop sign car on and the struck pas- 'FULL OF FUN AND FISHES', that's what Saturday was for over 200 boys and girls who flocked tc Rampaging Old Vets Scouts With 'Copter powered Authority to is obtain authorized engineeringand and em-
McKethan Lake (between Floral City and Brooksville) for the Brooksville Rotary Club's annual
senger side. Apparently neither Strive For 100 By The u.s. Army has announced traffic and other expert studies -
Kiddies Fishathon. McKethan Park is in the Withlacoochee State Forest, and Frank Cowan of
Stephenson nor Stewart was in- their intention of sending one of for the location and,costs,
jured. Floral City who is president of the Rotary Club just happens to be Forest Manager. Cowan was July; Get Citation their newest and fastest helicopters feasibility and practicability of
and Hernando who had their fill of fun and
well pleased with the turnout of Citrus youngsters, '
Mrs. Stephenson daughter HUI-9 a turnpike project at the follow-
turbo-jet
Veterans of World War ICit- propelled
fishing .and plenty of cool drinks, too. That's littleStephan Green of Brooksville shown struggling 1
of Mr. and Mrs. James M. and Coke. -staff photo .rus Barracks 3058, turned out 9-passenger for a demonstration 1j ing location or such part or
with his catch
''Callahan of Inverness. Mrs. in a large number Tuesday afternoon at the Spring Camp- parts thereof as the Authoritymay
Callahan is employed Zeller- to see their unit re- oree. Boy Scouts of America,to determine to be suitablefor
O'Neal Studio. The young lady Former Dunnellon PrincipalTo ceive a special citation and its be held May 4 and 5, at Silver a project as contemplated in
attended elementary school impressive charter. Lake in Hernando county. this section: Beginning at a
here, and is known by many residentS '. The local barracks,organized The Camporee Is a semi-an- \ point in Pinellas County and en-
of the area. Hull As Coach only last December already has nual event of the Boy Scouts W tering the Gulf of Mexico just
Other survivors include two Replace 76 members and is striving for which stresses camping and north of the Anclote River and
brothers, Murice of Ocala and 100 by July. "Considering what scouting skills. Fifteen Boy continuing in the waters of the
Donald James of Los Gatos, we've Scout Troops and Explorer \ Gulf of Mexico in a direction
Citrus High School will have a The board assigned assistant stal River. He has taught the already done In such short
Calif.; and one sister Mrs.Re- new athletic director when clas- coach positions at the local sixth education time, this should be no difficult Posts are expected to attend the generally northerly and west-
becca Snyder of Charlotte,N.C. grade physical wardly along and out from the
and task Camporee.
ses commence next fall. school to Roland Atkins Bill and social studies classes. Robert -* Commander W.B. Davis \
of whom have been assured his Inverness Boy Scout Troop under shoreline and returning to the
William M, "Bill" Bomar,recently Hilliard, both Howard, from Ohio, will Buddies.
Town Believes Land resigned,principal of serving in this capacity. replace Lyons. The special session was held the direction of Scoutmaster mainland at a point at or about

Too Good For Dump Dunnellon High School, ,was ap- Crystal River coaching assign- Mrs. Dora Lawrence was appointed in the courtroom at the county Howard Dommert will attend the either or both St.Marks or Pan-
pointed' Tuesday at the regular ments went to Lou Cappola,athletic teacher for the "ex- courthouse since the unit has Camporee. acea. And if such turnpike pro-
CRYSTAL RIVER-Because Other highlights of the BILL GAVINCivitans ject is found economically fea-
Camporee
meeting of the Citrus County director and head coach, ceptional children's" class. 'outgrown" the Florida Power
property here now being used Board of Public Instruction. He and his assistants, Al Ware and The will Lounge. will be ten contests in sible, thesaidTurnpikeAunhor-
kindergarten remain
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for the town dump is "too valuable will succeed John A. HulL'present Joe Nevins.All were reappointed. under the same group system of Franklin Perrin deputy service scouting skills, an evening retreat Elect ity shall contract, maintain,
to be used for that pur- athletic director, head having 25 children in the morn- :: officer of the 5th district ceremony, an evening repair and operate such turn-
pose", the Crystal River Town football and basketball coach at ******* ing class. and 25 in the after- made the 'citation presentationin campfire program 0 f songs, New OfficersWilliam pike project or part or parts
Council plans to relocate the the local school.Hull's resigna- Five new teaching positionswere noon. Only one bus per day will recognition for the record- stunts and contests, an Indian thereof, together with recrea-
municipal pit. tion was expected by the board created by the BPI,and all kindergatten breaking membership drive ceremony for the Order of the A. "Bill" Gavin was tional and other facilkies,as the
Several real estate developments this week. No reasons for his teachers recommended by the transport at Crystal River. young- carried out by the local bar- Arrpw by a Tampa delegation elected president of the inver- Authority may determine to be
actually are complaining resignation were stated. board of trustees, superintendent sters In addition to John H'ln.a jre-v picks.since organizing a' few..trunths' and'followed. by an Eagle Scout ness Civitan Club at the organi feasible and suitable from timeto
the location --
aboutthe dump located two = and supervising-principals- also Ceurt-oi Honor. time at herein
The newly annotated coach re -sf nation was received by the ago. He presented zation's regular meeting last
miles south of town, it was ex- signed his principal's post at were accepted. It was noted that board from Aldine McMullins, the multiplying unit with _its Camporee Directors for the Thursday. Gavin has bees serving established; provided,however,
plained. Dunnellon earlier this month. the county school system was teacher. charter. which is inscribed with event are Col. James C. Howard as club the exact route and termini shall
The Town Council will seek His letter of resignation was dated short eleven teachers for the Booker T. Washington transferredfrom 66 charter members. A numberof Inverness. District 'Boy since the temporary resignation and trans-prexy be as provided in section 340.
less expensive property on 3. for his 1963-64 Doris Dabney was Scout Commissioner and Prank 06 (6). The prohibitions and
April No reasons term. new members were taken into fer of Mike Henderson.He
which to locate the dump, on resignation were stated,either. Crystal River will gain a new Carver.to Washington as a the barracks Tuesday. Cowan, Floral City Boy Scout ped up to that position from step-first limitations of section 340.04(2)B ( )
suggested land either the replacement.All Camping and Activities Chair- ( ) shall not apply to the project
on CI- There were a number of appli- kindergarten teacher and another other teachers in the county Another visitor was Buddy vice president. Bill is owner of authorized
h tronelle Road or south of High- cants seeking the position, but first grade teacher. No were retained on continuing Rbinson of Live Oak chairmanof man. the local Western Auto Store,in by dais section.
system "Can
way 44, about three miles east Bomar was selected over the names were mentioned. There annual the blood bank.He talked with Saturday Hobo Day the shopping center. you begin imagine just
or contracts. ,
what such
a for
feasibility
of study
Crystal River. others by CHS Principal Del- have been only two teachers for the assembled War I vets about Other new officers elected
mar Montgomery Supt. harry the 70 first grade pupils it was granted Seniors the at use Washington of a school were bus the new setup in the blood pro- Car Wash For CHS were: Louis B. Pielow, first asked a project Dunn.like that would cost?,

HDC's Cotton Pickin' Buie, and school trustees. Nei- noted. for an educational trip to Miami, gram. This Saturday is "Hobo Day"for vice president;Gene Hewitt second -
ther Bomar nor Hull is serving Elbert Gibbons was appointed May 16-18. With exception of 4-H Citrus High students. In vice pres.; Lt. Col.James In National Contot
Slated Lecanto May 2 under a continuing contract. No to the Diversified Cooperative one tank of gas, the school will District Day case the term doesn't register, Howard, secretary; and A. L. The Citrus Hardware retail
Mrs.Ray Baxter County Home salary was discussed.Hull,who Training program for the provide expenses and a driver. The District 4-H Events Day "Hobo Day" Is that day when Carlson, treasurer. Elected to store, hi Inverness, is participating -
Demonstration agent,announces is also president of the inver- county system. He has had 16 The BPI,among other matters, will be held tomorrow at Bush- students seeking work-for pay- the board of directors were in a nation-wide Happy
that the Council's first ness Junior Chamber of Com- years experience in this field adjusted the salary of Mrs.Orpha nell. Twelve county 4-H'ers,1n- seek any jobs you might have James Burkhard, Frank DiVito, Home Values promotion.
"Cotton Pickin' yard goods merce, has served as athletic and comes here from Atlanta. Brown county school supervisor cluding state council members, for them to do. and Charles Fitzpatrick.The On page 5A, of this issue appears -
sale will be held Thursday,May director and head coach at Cit- Lynn Lyons of Floral City from $7,085 to $7,585. will attend the program from There will also be a car wash Civitan Club here now a coupon for an interesting -
2 at theLecantoschoolbuilding, rus High for the past two years. School was transferred to Cry- Citrus. this day from 8:30 until 3 o' meets on the first and third drawing. Chronicle readersare

beginning at 9 a.m. clock. It will be at yandle.Gulf Thursdays of each month, the urged to fill these out and
This one-day affair will be an j\ Station on N. Main Street. third being a business meeting. take diem to the localstore.

open sale this time, reminds 17? Cattlemen Seeking SupportTo _._ ---_... -------- '4 ,' ._ "1'1'. '_.., __, .;. "
Mrs. Baxter and the public is .4.1O tIiIahti6t '. ' ..

many invited.ideas Much will material"be available.and End Rustling In County

The Cotton Pickin' is held (
twice each year, sponsored by
the Citrus County Home Demon- He had made everything beau LECANTO--The Citrus County when the animals awake but He used "succinal choline and: ."-. 1 Pis
stration Council. It benefits the tiful in its time; also He hath Cattlemen's Association has livestock may be transportedfrom nicotine sulphate", but this can i
county's 4-H clubs. set eternity in their heart voted unanimously to seek leg- the pasture for several only be acquired by prescription 't t:
islative support to ban the open miles before the dope wears off. he added. . J_ 0 My rer tlunkla
Bids sale of a drug being used in the Meantime the cow or hog may County Ag Agent QuentinMed- hex
For LibraryTo continued rustling problem be butchered or hauled off to a lin noted that the last censusof x MY
I hereabouts. sale. cattle, in 1959, showed there aM -
Cattlemen believe this drug is James Rooks, county com- was less than 11,000 head.Many
\ Be AnnouncedBy being used to drug livestock and missioner, reported that one of herds are.pastured in the low-
haul same away.Cattle and hogs his cows had been found in the land flats bordering river
LAURA ZIMMERMAN ed. Money collected to date will have been disappearing, and the back of a mans Hernando areas, easily accessible by air .

CRYSTAL RIVER--gov. Far- be turned over to the Town for mystery mounts. County last December.Becausethe boats. Such craft could carry ..
ris Bryant has proclaimed thisas construction of same.Approximately The particular drug and a"gun" investigating officer didn't away livestock without being 't s'
Library Week in Florida. $5,000 has been used to innoculate the have a search warrant the theft noticed. Since these herds are .:!p.
Crystal River has been a hardworking collected to date, but the build- animals can be purchased from charge is proving difficult. checked about once each month
town In this county for ing will necessitate a substan- some of the larger arms and W.F. "Mike" Van Ness, headof it would take days or weeks be- f : :
the past several years planning tial increase in funds before it sporting goods stores, it was the cattlemen's group, said fore any cattle are missed. l4
and striving to establish and becomes a reality. stated. Some mail order houses he had literature on the gun and One cattleman pointed outthathe ,
maintian its own library. Crystal River needs your sup- also offer them. The gun is a drug and had turned this over has lost more hogs than cat- ,:',, 4 $ .
The municipality has received port and encouragement in this type of rifle or pistol with syr- to Assistant States Atty. Lovick tle. Just how many stock are being ;

state assistance within recent outstanding educational cause. inge attachment which holds the Williams. Anyone can buy both rustled, or what kind seems it S } J,
months and the regional board, Will you help? drug capsule. A shot can be effective for about $200 he said. difficult to determine but the a 9 t.i .
as well as the town council and Robert V. Ford, A.I.A..Lees- from a distance of 30 An area veterinarian said he cattlemen know they are being t '
a large number of individuals burg, is architect for the pro- yards, supposedly. knew of no drug on the open mar- victimized by rustlers and want ?
9 have augmented these funds by posed new public library. There are no after-affects ket that would knock out a cow.. something done about It. For
generous gifts "from home."- ...., ..-.1
There are still a number of on record requesting Sen.
pledges to be received. Dr. James Connor and Rep. A.R. 1i: : '
Frank J. Walrath. chairman : a g Strickland to introduce a bill 6" ., $ -
the crystal River Library prohibiting the sale of this drug OUTSTANDING 4-H'EKS recognized during the annual Achievement Day Program included Linda
Board asks that all persons who except through a licensed vet- Ruth Harvill (left) of Floral City, who received a gift certif teat of $50 from the County Home Demonstration
made a pledge try to fulfill that 3 erinarian. Council Mrs. Kay Hurley presented Jennice Hair of Inverness and Bryne Parker of
with awards for selected 4-H boy and girl in Citrus County.
promise this week, if at all pos- Women's Clubs Meet Floral City being most outstanding
sible. Mrs. Hurley, shown between the two honorees, is county 4-H chairman. The Hustling Clove u a

; Tonight at 7:30. in the City Today, Port Paradise of Inverness was judged the most outstanding 4-H club In toe county. See story on Page_5.staff photo
Hall bids for the
building of a
annual
CRYSTAL RIVER-The
municipal library will be :
. open-. visitation of the Women's Clubsof
C:;, ..."... ...: "." '..: :.: .. '. JL:&:::: noon Citrus today County in Tahitian will be held Room at Savings & Loan Building Site Being Studied I

of Port Paradise HoteL The local -
Weather club will hostesses A member of the group engagedin Among other items to come up The applicant group consistsof
serve as
with Mrs. Mack organizing the First Federal at today's meetlng.accordiDgto Walter Ritz, Earl MSSMT,
L. Vickrey,
} LOW HIGH president as hostessdelegate.The Savings and Loan Association of temporary chairman James Bob Gilstrap,Las Mercer.Malcolm -
announced this will be a from Williamson Harman and:
April 17 54 88 Crystal River Junior Wo- Citrus County Harmon report
April 18 55 88 t man's Club will also be week that the capital subscription the site selection committee,on Keating. They remind county
I r ,.. repre- location for the residents that the charter:: capital -
April 19 57 91 Tay sented andwill assist hosting. campaign Is coming along the possible
April 20 57 90 } Other clubs in attendance will be nicely and that a meeting this firm's office. subscription campaign is
.
April 21 59 +1 yr.Lti the junior and senior clubs from evening will check campaign re- Bill Keating proposed manager continuing., Anyone wishing to
April 22 62 88 Inverness and the Floral City suIts.It of the S&L. will also reporton become a charter: subscribermay
I April 23 65. 87 club. is hoped that the results will his recent visits with other open a savings account: with
24 71 show mat'the amoust association iactadiag oa e of the Citrus County Association
a April Speaker the day will be Fran- necessary
cis required by federal authoritieshas tLe newest in the state.TheOfceechobee \ fcsn it opens ia the -.t.-.
j No precipitation' c. High M.School Pfost, who principal will use Largo as his been raised and that next association has !been by calling any of .....smsa.1Nsd .

.. .. ..... H_ """ ....... .. .. Xk Vk r subject "Americanism steps intheorpDlzatiOfl'SllaBS helper co the local etanalisn.
.'no..,....,...>. ....woo ........ __. .. .......... ...proposed library building'as drawn by Robert V. Ford, A.LA., Leesburg... Communism". vs. can be taken. in their efforts, he said. Iba 08.+ertky:







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2-A The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE April 25. 1963
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PersonalMr. Farmers' Market Is Popular Sales Sumter County "} feeder A lewa stacker...,M MO steers eeSSO! yearly*

and Mrs. Joseph John- Market Report 22.00 to 23.00
I ston of Wildwood road had as Place 'For Area Buyers And SellersThe Sumter County Farmers Com. aDd Med. 19.00 to 22.00
their Common Cows 15.00
their to 16.00
guests daughter and .1kr Market Report Sale April 28.:
her husband Mr. and Mrs. Ste- Sumter County Farmers a group of producers desiring to 103 cattle and calves comparedto Com. to good 250 to
phen Stetka and their grandchil- Market located at nearby Web sell home-grown vegetables.The 83 a week ago. Slaughter 450 Ib calves 20.00 to 22.50
t ren Susan and Laddie for a two ster Florida is considered one original building was erect- i steers heifers and bulls too Com. aDd few med. 150
" weeks.,visit. Also visiting were of the states most unique cooperative ed from timbers hand cut by few for test. Cows strong to to 250 Ibs. 21.00 to 26.50A
' Mr. andMrs.hurdySmith.hlrs. marketing ventures. these men. .50f higher on few available 120 to 140 Ibs. .30* to .37*
Smith is Mrs. Johnston's sister Sale day is Tuesday of each week In 1938 the operation was incorporated and calves$1.00 higher.Stocker (100 weight)
t all are from Bellmore.L.L and buyers .from all over the with a five-man steers .50# to$1.00 higher,other -
,N.Y. area attend. board of directors and additional classes too few either or
p Founded in 1936 the original buildings have been added. both weeks for accurate tests,
Read... -The -Chronicle market was put in operation by B.M. Hewitt. is president of the however prices appeared slightly Pre.OpeniIII
! operation.An up with 120 to 140 Ib.calves
i: average sale day finds 300 sharply up.Slaughter .
or more customers buying Flo- : steersAgood900lb.J Special
&: e rida-produced fruits and vege- 4 IJ $21.50 to 22.50
Ii : tables from more than 30 merchantS Cutter and Utility
__ Inc. who participate in the Cows 14.75 to 17.0
J 1'tee 444
r I Business Established 1865 Means 97 Years Of co-operative.isn't confined The merchandiseline to fruits and Good calves 23.00 to 26.00
"Experience. Member New York Stock Exchange and Standard 22.00 to 24.00
I vegetables since a buyer can
t other Leading Domestic and Canadian Exchanges. find just about anything he wants 1 w Fkral City
\: ONE WALL STREET, NEW YORK 5 and a lot of things he hadn't Money is not required to buy one
even thought of. necessity of the soul. For Cottages&Trailers
I. Stocks Bonds Mutual Funds --Henry David Thoreau
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VAt ENTERPRISES
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OCALA BRANCH Make all you can save all you
Phone 622-7294 collect T0DATC can give all you can. 1 Mile South of Court House
401 E. Silver Springs Blvd. --John Wesley UJS. Inverness 726-2401

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t GETTING SET TO OPEN the Floral City Library for Tuesday's "open house" program-for Nat- This is the t
ional Library Week--is Mrs. Darlene D>dy. librarian. In addition to the two Dody girls, others in 'I
, the above picture are (left) Mrs. Helen Tarn immediate past president of the Floral Garden Club
and Mrs. Walter Kabrich a member of the club. Adults and youngsters alike visited the library
during the afternoon to enjoy Cokes and cookies. They also took advantage of the occasion and spot to have
To Thank You checked out some 50 books. --photo by Nancy Webb

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USPS Activities a V IiJ1
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We appreciate the enthusiastic response we have
received from Citrus County folks and out of state PUBLISHER'S
visitors to our NEW IDEA#MILL STORE. ; Increase I In I AreaCRYSTAL

Come in anytime have a cup of coffee and browse ; CORNERLET'S .
RIVER-- eorge Mrs. John Dotson and Maj. and .
among our "TONS OF COLOR" Quality Towels -
Stall spare is available for rent Meyers District 22 Commander Mrs. Wayne Blanchard.
Bedspreads Bath Mats Dish Cloths Carpets
and Rugs. and producers start every Mon U.S. Power Squadrons, has Meanwhile Power Squadron LOOK AT OUR SIGNS-
r .., day night setting tip their wares pledged the full support of the activities in Crystal River have We have noticed many signs on
since the sale kicks off each district in forming JK Power increased in tempo. Twenty local and county business places SPORTSMEN'SA&
Tuesday morning at 6 o'clock Squadron in Cnj tal River. persons were expected to take that are either out-of-date
Our latest include: continuing until noon.A Commander Meyers said: "We their Piloting exam Wednesday falso or mis-leading. With a
new shipments livestock auction is held will do everything posible to night thus completing their basic new crop of summer touristssoon % LANESInverness
, each Tuesday afterno n with see that Crystal River gets its course. to visit us, many of whom .
, hogs going on sale at 12:30 charter" in an address made at. New Seamen were added the contemplate residence in our \
3 Ib. Bundle of Terry Towel o'clock and cattle are offeredfor a Change of Watch party at the roster when Charles Stopford state we owe it to ourselves to
sale at 1 p.m. Conductingthis Tarpon Springs Yacht Club last Charles Lyons Harold Near- take stock of our business pre-
Pieces for $1.85 livestock auction from the Thursday evening. man Wayne Hawthorne and sentation to make certain it is
sale pavilion is Lamar Hall Attending the banquet and James Cason passed their sea- honest, attractive and up-to-
well-known area auctioneer. dance from this area were Mr. manship examination.A .
lot of assorted This livestock auction has met and Mrs. Mack Vickery Mr. small group will take an date.For example, a last year's
Special with such success that it is now and Mrs. Fred Embury Mr. advanced piloting examinationthis sales event sign still displayedin Bcwl ta
generally recognized as being and Mrs. Razil Davidson. Mr. Sunday which will give the show window indicates to
Wash Cloths 6 for $1.00 the largest in the ejitire state. and Mrs. Carl Wolfing Mr.and Crystal River their first AP me the merchant is either
Mrs. Air ConditiMMl CiMfKt
Stewart Emmert Mr.and grades. asleep or doesn't care and I
Mack Vickery Chairman of won't patronize that kind of an
Special Bath Towels $1.00 per lb.I the local group, said work will establishment.
start immediately on the paper Worse is the merchant who Try Your Skill Win A Free Game.
Two Plants work involved in securing a displays a sign that indicates he ff
I w nnwOn See our Weekly Money Saving charter here, and urged all has items for sale,or to inspect After 6 P.M Saturday & Sunday you wit a Free
U Specials members to cooperate in order that are not in his stock.This is Game for a strike on the Red Heed Pin.
hand for your inspection Roll ends of Top Pine Street Shopping Center that a charter can be secured as sheer dishonesty and I won't #
patronize
Quality room size Rugs Priced to save you 25% to r/
215 Magnolia Avenue soon as possible.
30 him. Let's up date our We are co-operating with the"Wheatfes"Free Game
, _. % the most.h. DRY aEAKtgb ? premises now. It,will pay handsome for Box Tops contests.
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Nylons and Acrilons ******* Highway#41 InvernessCLEAR
STAMPING OUT COMPETItionWe -

SAVE A DOLLAR STORE four notice local merchants inTheChroniclethat ,Ben-
9 x 12 $48.95 to $78.95 nett's Pharmacy Kennedy's

(, Ready-to-Wear and Allen's
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and LumberYardare
Store
9 PC. Room Suite $100.00 Variety
Dining
12 15 to
XI.ENDERSON'S$95.00 $169.00 Bedroom Suites $55 and up discontinuing trading
Corner China Cabinet $22.50 stamps.
Gas Stoves $25 and up all sizes. May 1, 1884Constructioncrews Our congratulations to these
Paint Spray Gun with hose and tank in Chicago started merchants on giving up the attempt -
to "stamp out' competi-
$ $50.00. their work ten story t
on a
MILL STORE tion. In our considered opinion i
office building at the cornerof trading stamps do not represent
1315 Broadway .cala La Salle and Adams a savings to the customer they

Crystal River, Fla. Hwy. 19 South, Highway #4C Streets, the first structure to are a nuisance to the merchant
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be called a "skyscraper. and verge upon outright subter-
fuge. I'd much sooner see afew
May 3, 1944 Synthetic
lower prices and elimination of
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quinine was produced in a
; the trading stamp so-called gift
Harvard University labora- stores. It appears to me this
M'X tory from ccal-tar productsby would better serve retail mer-
('ARROLL Ready ; Concrete Dr. Robert B. Woodwardand chandising the country over.
1 Dr. William E. Doering. .......
INTER-COUNTY TELE-
May 9, 1754 The first
i phone service-It occurs to us
E
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newspaper cartoon appearedin that the time is at hand when
America when Benjamin Citrus and adjoining counties FORA
Ready-Mix Concrete, Inc. : ;" Franklin's famous "Join or should be considered for inter-

Die" cartoon was printed in county toll free dialing ser-
his own the vice. This service is due tele-
newspaper
16 Years Experience I Pennsylvania Gazette. The phone users and is in line with PROFITToday
the
progressive service of any
dissected
illustration depicted a -
17 TRUCKS snake, each part,-utility It's interesting holding company.to reflectupon
representing an American-"the fact that we can dial direct in Florida, the assessed value of

colony. almost any point in the United land is such that one can't afford to leave
Finest Quality Fairest Prices4PlantsTo May 17, 1792 Twenty- States and get an answer before
four New York brokers met we can get one call jag Invernessto it undeveloped. For housing, farming,

I under buttonwood tree Crystal River. Personally I ranching other It will
a on would endorse a reasonable rate or any uses -
.I the present site of 68 Wall increase to provide this pro- probably pay you to clear your tend.
9.-.__ ;:: Street and signed an agree- gressive facility and believe
erve You ment to fix uniform rates of that I speak for many many
--- Without '
$ commission in the sale of other business owners and pro- a question, you'll be mofuy

i'N Ii stocks and bonds. (This was prietors. ... ahead if you use the land clearing serve
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INVERNESS 726-1071 S the real beginning of the ices of one of Rozier's customers who
New York Stock Exchange.)
AY I n Ii
i A MISSING NAME-The Chron- uses Caterpillar-built machinery. His
May 24, 1899-Public interest icle last week carried a list of
CRYSTAL RIVER 795-2621 : in the "horseless car- contributors to the recent Cit- equipment is designed for the rugged

., riage" prompted the Back rus County Spring Festival and clearing jobs. He can do it faster and batter .
DUNNELLON HUller 9-2831 / f "" 1 Bay Cycle & Motor Company one name was missing. John
.J !
in Boston to open the Ossenfort. local builder was more economically. Land clearing

SAND { : first public garage in Amer- the missing contributor.. Our is his business and dependability is .hit
()1tt4t2tJ ( EXCAVATING apologies, John.
ica. The owners advertised ***.... guarantee. . he's backed by Roziar's
ROCK BULLDOZING f':: their garage as a "stable for
renting, sale storage and custom-care service.
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ASPHALT PAYING BEAUTIFUL SPRINGMaybeit's
O CEMENT J MSPJMIT :11 repair of motor vehicles." me, maybe it isn't but I
think this spring is the most Clear for a profit call the .sand

I Sumterville/ -lIMERtJCK'QIICRETE Smokey Says: beautiful Warm balmy I've days ever and comfortably known.- clearer you can depend on he's the

ss cool nigfets. If we can just man with Caterpitlar-buiK tractors.
COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL S: ...J IFCU PLANT BUT ONLY cook up some rain for the citrus
793-5071 ONE TREEOUVE ,
7i PLANT MIX ASPHALT HOT OR COLD : H.i.NoJOSTERITV groves old mother nature will
fr, \ HXP A be 100% on our side.
DRIVEWAYS HIGHWAYS ii iiI IN .......
PARKING AREAS s; ..-t>RSat>t rw' Jos. L.

D STREETST' A FRONT LAWN-Yes. The
Chronicle has a beautiful new
front lawn. Last week talked ROZIERMACHIN."Y
I at length with Mr. Cary. of
I CARROLL ;29T&CONTRACTING I 1 1I Landscape Nursery about some

grass sidewalk for and the ground curbing between in front the of CO.

t our building. In his learned
CO. INC. i tI I 1 professional manner he agreedwe OJlLA-NP-O :. FLORIDA. TAM P A
needed the improvement and -,- -
$$ )II off ..- over the weekend he laid some
---=: of the halthiest looking sod I've CATERPILLARC.'erUI. -
Inverness Crystal River Dunnellon SuiHterville ?fi
: J I II-.3-T. .- ever seen. And. it's a big im- .,. Cat ass Tr.sta.tt.r ar* Rt.t.,.,.,

I .. .mmm:< :.. '*"II,/ I./r Worth protecting. provemeEty! 'I, I ,Ta.rka.! Caterpillar Tra.t.r C.....f.I 1
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The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE April! 25. 1963 3-A

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'>.4\r 'Hobgoblin Is School Drama House New Contracting Firm Now ;- Suncoast City Rebekahs Ti Hist District OfficM i I

Inverness Rebekah Lodge No. Florida Power Lounge. All I 1
.t. The junior department of Booker Operating In This Area CityDevelopment 57 will be honored by a visit members are urged to be on
}, T. Washington High School from the District Deputy Vice hand to' greet Mrs. Potter.
' will present its annual school .. iter President, Mrs. Mary Ellen Birthdays will be honored and
I drama in the cafetorium next Central Florida Contracting meat purposes a contract with StudiedCRYSTAL Potter of Lady Lake on Friday. refreshments will be served.
1 ., Tuesday. The title of this my- Corporation is the name of a new this new firm will see it from The regular meeting of the Rebekahs Mrs. Fannie Forbes is Noble
stery-comedy is "Hobgoblin contracting venture operating in its' present native state to a RIVER--Since receiving will be at 8 p.m. lathe Grand .
House" this area Incorporated by Thomas well-groomed plat of land com- ; it's charter on April 6 -
; Taking parts in the productionare V. 'Va" Infantino, pro- plete with properly elevated Suncoast City, Inc. has conferred -
: Norma Sawyer Melinda minent land developer and streets and all terrain in proper with Hames H. Franc Jr.
Ross, Richard Brooks, James builder in the Inverness area, order. the industrial development
Bellamy, Shirley Ivey, Shirley the adjunct venture has been One piece of the equipment specialist with the Florida Power For Daily Bargains -
Leaks, Mae Helen Atkins, Horace underway since midMarch.Mr. mentioned above impressed us Corporation at St. Peters-
( Sayer, Alvin Jenkins, Patricia Infantino, who opened his much the Seaman mixer. This bur:.
. ; Williams, and John Gray- .first land development venturein Is a complex machine that will Lester Wright,and other mem- Visit Our One Stip SIIwiII Facility
1 son. Citrus County in 1957 Lake mix rock, clay and other ingredients bers of the staff, have been in
Tsala Gardens,has equipped his and spread it in proper close contact with Robert Fordof
( I{ I cannot afford to waste- my new business venture to handle consistency so that after it has Leesburg architect,and John
I' time making money.Louis major development work in the been levelled and graded it can H. Hester of the Florida Power EVERY CONVENIENCE IS HERE FOR
Agassiz county and in adjacent areas. be "shot" with asphalt . Corp. at Inverness for the past
t Fifty pieces of equipment have result, a primary black top several weeks studying and YOUR SHOPPING .
been purchased and put into operation thoroughfare.It laying plans forthefuturedeve-
in this new venture was a natural question we lopment of this location.
which is now equipped handle asked when we said, "Mr. In- Forty acres of land have been
major earth moving,road build- fantino, why with all of your set aside for this developmentof
ing, land clearing and dredging. other enterprises did you decideto an industrial site, according RESTAURANTS
These particular operations are add this service function to to Wright. This is the first offering -
AND important in the present devel- your operation?" His answer for such a prospectivesite
Ii opment phases Citrus County is was, "We have been through and additional land will be
i experiencing.Mr. development and building op- assigned in the near future The
Beautiful Infantino told The Chronicle erations in this area and our experience site will be surveyed and water CLEAN REST ROOMS
I i/ Tuesday afternoon that the prompted us to offer will be accessible, so that when
\ contracting operation was already this facility to the many developers ,.-wtitu. t prospects inquire for a locationit
at work in Citrus, Sum- who are now, or will will be ready to meet the de
ter Levy and Hernando count- soon be, in the area." mands.
f\1 JiHi1 ies and soon would move into Suncoast City is located west of AMPLE PARKING
(f Marion county for contract jobs. Crystal River off Route 19 on
Nearly one-fourthmUliondol- Letter To Editor King's Bay west. .Signs will be
' \ lars was invested in this "side" erected in the near future POint-
1 venture with the purchase of all PLEASEDWmJACTlON ing the way to the new develop-
11 I; I DEVOE Mfrrolac Enamel gives necessary equipment requiredto I would like to say that I am ment.
render service much enthused the of
h a quality at a on action
furniture, cabinet, kitchen or
competitive price. The Impactof the Citrus County Cattlemen's HEAD NEW CONSTRUCTION FIRM--Thomas V. "Val"Infantino Money never made a man happy
i j bathroomwallsbicycles, such a new service is im- Association and its Auxiliary in yet, nor will it. There is nothingin
\ prominent Inverness and Citrus County land developer and builder PINE STREET SHOPPING CENTER
boats tools-a
1'- bright and
even Citrus when its nature to produce
portant to County their action taken recently informing happiness. -
"talks it over" with Don t Kabrich.These men head up the new
J beautiful tlie-like finish. .
the The a has, the
one cognizances fact that our State Representative more man
I Central Florida Contracting Corporation which went into opera-
more than$30,000 was expendedfor and State Senator that the more he wants. OCALA FLORIDA
Resists stains,fruit acids,alcohol tion last month The new venture operates in the earth moving, ,
trucks from
Invernessauto Benjamin Franklin
new was against the
group passageof
land and road business.
clearing building
and and Its
: I. grease, keeps dealers-Chick Chitty and certain bills providing addi-
l bright gloss even after Robert Cochran. tional taxes for the construction - "
y mated washings. Don Kabrich well-known area of a county auditorium, county
: resident is vice-president and library system and establish-
t \ Just one coat usually covers sales manager of this new oper- ment of a county fire control
tndjt dries!In 4/hours ation and Buddy Murphy, an experienced system without a vote of the CENTRAL FLORIDA CONTRACTING'SNew
i heavy equipment supervisor people on the same.
has been named the
$8.95 to If a referendum is included in
\
important berth of production the various bills so that the
,.rilt superintendent.Mr. people may vote and express
Infantino, who is well their choice, that is fair enough. Plant and Office in Inverness
. r{ $2.60i schooled in the general con- One member of the library sys-
tracting business, enjoyed defining tem in this county has made the
i r plrt. 4tY the equipment requiredto statement to the effect that if a
t. successfully launch such a referendum is held the people .. .
business. We list for the infor- .. : \ '
will vote against it. This state- ; '? >:
mation of our readers only some ment was made to the Board of .'i <.:t:";. ..
of the 50-odd pieces that were County Comissioners.I .
purchased: trucks, drag lines, also offer an orchid to Com-
WCK YOUR COLORS TODAY,It asphalt distributors, chip missioner Gilstrap for taking r
k spreaders, a Seaman mixer, the position that referendums CENTRAL rw. .
\ bulldozers, earth moving pans, should be held and let the taX- 1 OIgDA
) Jsiaitthni sand dredges, front-end load- payers decide whether they desire CONTIACT 6 -
ers, dump trailers and
CfJlfiwaAe motor any particular project or do
If < graders. We were impressedwith not desire the same.
CompanyInc. the completeness of this Sincerely yours,
new operation. In short if we M. C. Scofield I k'I
Ocala have a piece of native groundwe (Editor's Note: A referendum
r' desire opened for develop- will be held, giving the peopleof S RA6LINES FN1 e
Citrus County an opportunityto 'D02Ei
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voice their approval or disapproval -
Laundry Dry Cleaning & Rug Service of the tax levy in-
I crease. Each of the proposalswill
;I. We pick up and deliver 3 times a week in the Inverness and be voted upon separately.)
:' Crystal River Area.
The Chronicle Gets

I. j FOR SWIFT. EFFICIENT SERVICE PHONE OR WRITE
Around] These Davs

Ocala Laundry & Dry Cleaners just how far The Chronicle:
I spreads the word of Citrus
County was impressed upon us
I' I Ocala, Florida last week in a letter handed us
by Abe Weitz, of
402 So. Main Street Phone 622-8301 ness.Mayor Inver- Office and Plant U.S. 41 South ((1 Mile from Court House) Inverness 726-2267

Recently, Mayor Weitz published -
an advertisement indica-
: ting that a personnel reserve
f
file of available police officerswas ..... .. .,
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\ -";'! !;-.1p ", >-. . ,.... .IN
; being accumulated. .- ,
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1 Link Brothers Under date of April 12, from :
Massapequa, Long Island, New
CCALA, FLORIDA York, Mayor Weitz received a
.1 I letter from a New York Police
_ : ; !.INCN % N. P. Department detective stating he
had seen the ad in the Chronicleand
: wished to be included on the
,. CHAIN SAW availability list.

Further stating he was a pro-
I $11995 .-12 Ibs perty owner in Inverness High-
lands, the detective stated he
would be interested in movingto
For Pruning Trees Inverness should his ser-
vices be required.
c r ,the officers'
Incidentally name
\t is E.a Smith.good NewYorkone..Alfred Quality Road Building Asphalt Paving Clearing and Excavating

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4 Lake Tsala GardensBy x.. 3 9.y;. r Cancer Crusade Vemilla C.*. ?

Gladys Davis -"_ ;
Dairy scientists are now
The Board of Directors of the predicting that dairy
cows
t Lake Tsala Gardens Community : Will Save Lives t tThe of the future may become
Club will hold their regular
Y specialists with some
monthly meeting Tuesday April 3 American Cancer Society needed to save the other fcatf
30th 8:00 p.m. at the residenceof Ys w i { has launched its 1963 CrusadeIn of the people who develop.- making milk for ice cream

Mrs. Ozie Nickelson. .. ; Inverness 'Miithwili continue cer each year. Achievement of others for cheese, etc.

Mrs. Florence Craig had a f through may 6. this objective rests on more re- The researchers, accord'

cook-out Sunday evening for Mr. More than 23 volunteers have search, for more funds are urgently ing to F&rm and Ranch,
and Mrs. Robert Shawnessy and k ,joined forces with some 2,000, needed. Scientists are are convinced that certain

children from Rochester, N.Y. 4 000 similar volunteers throughout optimistic today about possible feed rations might be used

Other guests were Mrs. MaudeSt. I the nation in the annual breakthroughsnew cures or to promote growth of particular .
Johns Mr. Dorland Van April Cancer Crusade. even a vaccine,against cancer.
) bacteria in cows'stomachs
Dusen and Mr. Amos Taylor. S. Mrs.George Scofield,Crusade Mrs. Scofield observed: "We
Mr. and Mrs. Cochran Wede- chairman, said the drive has two look forward to that day we and thus produce

kind of Deerfield Beach are r y objectives: "To save lives now hope not too distant when milk with t.ilnr-mMfI qual-)

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie s and to save lives in the future.' cancer will be wiped out; when ities.
Davis. S She urged "all of the people of our families and friends and

Mr. and Mrs.Paul Joseph have +t Inverness to take an active part people everywhere will be freed Mj NiighhrzaM.
returned to their home after in achieving these objectives. from the dread prospect of a !
spending several months in Batavia Heeding the advice in the liter- disease which has caused so
111. "- ature left by a volunteer callingon much pain and suffering. ...
you can help save your life. "1 hope that all of the people in

k ..... A generous contribution would this community will open their n'hPA "d'11 4 PA AA4 i i'siia
help save other lives now as doors and their hearts when a
Custom J: well as in the future. Crusade volunteer calls."" 4

1 rr WAS SPRING COFFEE TIME Tuesday at the parish house of 4 women who assisted in the coffee, along with Mrs. Elizabeth The 1mmediateobjectiveofthe .
St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, and over 300 persons poured Moore of Floral City past president of the Episcopal Church Crusade, Mrs.Scofield explained -; - _
PictureFrames into the big dwelling for lots of food and fellowship. Mrs. Catherine Women. The coffee was held from 10:30 until 1:30. Those who "is to save half of those

Bowler, chairman of the semi-annual Spring Coffee, said it couldn't find sitting room in the beautifully decorated parish who develop cancer each yearor sf t r
was the most successful program of all.She praised other church house, enjoyed their food on the big front porch.staff photo the lives of 265,000 men women
and children. We know this

can be done if we are able to
,1 persuade people to get to their
t '
i .AtZELLER Y. 3'itt doctors in time for prompt iii
treatment. But now we are sav-

O'NEAL ing only one out of three pat-
ients because of delay in daig- VALERIEInverness
nosis. This is why the educa-
InvernessREBUILTI tional phase of the Crusadeis

"i vvr so important." Fit.'
The long-range objective of
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the Crusade the chairman, explained Phone 72'41HMONTUESWEO11fURS

is to supply the funds

1 SHOW only
I BOX OFFICE opeitt 7:15
Area CAP
SHOES1 Squadron4th SHOW begins 7:30P.M.

In State Test Friday TWO SHOWS

Major Mae and Lt. Herbert Beginning 7:30 P.M.
Irk t r Woodford of Hernando announce Continuous SHOWS
WHILE YOU WAIT that their Ocala Cadet Saturday & Sunday
I \ .. Squadron ROBERT E. CHISM from 2 P.M.ssssssssss.
for ,t \ placed fourth in the state in the
Quick repairs :
S.S Florida drill competition. Civil
Gets District Wed. Thurs.
I shoes full o'woe! :..1 = Air Patrol. SEVEN BRIDES Friday for: SEVEN
I The commander is Lt. Gladys
Shoes soled/ BROTHERS
Wright.1be cadets were drivento Masonic Post
Scarring: Jane Powell
heeled 1 Orlando Friday afternoon Howard Keel

courtesy of Marion Motors,and Robert E. "Bob" Chism of CineinaScopesssasasa
pond were flown from Orlando to Inverness was honored by dis-
Miami by a US Air Force plane. trict Masons during the past Saturday Double Feature
JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB members Joanne Chamblin and Linda HOW ABOUT THIS BOOK.Teacher Youngsters from the Inverness Eleven squadrons participated.This week by being appointed Disc THE HUSTLER :

i r Brass (left) prepare to serve punch and cookies to a line of eager Elementary School gather around their teacher during a is the first year the Ocala trict Deputy Grand Master of Starring: Paul Newman and
visitors to the Inverness Community Library during Tuesday visit to the local library. She suggests books her boys and girls Squadron has entered the com- the 18th District. This district SHE GODS of SHARK REEFs
Want to put new life into afternoon's "open house". --staff photo will enjoy reading. -staff photo petition, said Mrs. Woodford. comprises Citrus, Sumter, *.*.****

I h those old shoes? Our Hernando and Pasco counties. Sun; Mon. TuesdayTHE

UI craftsmen will do the Job Minutes CommissionersSpecial Dunnellon Wins Meet Chism, who has been activein BEST OF ENEMIES
County Masonic affairs for many Starring David Niven
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LITTLE
with skill and speed and xkFRoM\ years and who has held numerous -

save you money, too! iJLSPARKS. Meeting -April 10. 1963 ers of Citrus County, Florida Local Tracksters offices during this time, is
,... held on Wednesday 10 April a past master of Citrus Lodge
; JACKSONShoe The Board of County Com- No. 118, Inverness. Inadditionhe
1963 in the County Commis-
I GIANT FOREST missioner, Citrus County Florida sioners' Room of the Citrus Set RecordsLoseMembers is a past patron of the Inverness forMother
Repair @ met in special session on Chapter Order of the
*FIRES County Courthouse at Inverness
GROW! above date.Present. Eastern Star No. 65, and past
Main Street, Inverness Florida Commissioner of the Citrus High Height9 ft. 6 in. (record):
: Clyde Byrd. Chair of both the local Lodge -
Levins introduced and moved track team posted some new 880-run: 1, Otting Dun.; 2, secretary '
roan Harley'! Levins, Vice and OES.
the adoption of the following: records Tuesday night* in a Dixon, Dun.; 3, Hill Inv.Time- '
i. Chairman Robert NGilstrap, The new District Deputy Grano
James E. Rooks Jr. "Fred E. "RESOLUTIONBe three-way track meet on the 2:15.Medley Master is affiliated with the ,
A Marine Plywood it resolved that the State local grounds but total points relay: 1, Inverness
Scottish bodies
BOATS Spooner. Rite of Ocala
Road Department of Florida be were not sufficient to keep them Henwood); 2, Crystal River. ; aIb
Clerk; Janet C. Hensley, Deputy the Egypt Temple of the Shrine.
and it is hereby requested to Time-2:14.1record
from
very best materials bowing out to the Dunnel- )
Carycraft Boat Works build a bridge on the road lead- lon fielders. 220-dash: 1, Green CR; 2, Tampa; the Brooksville Shrine
The Chairman called the meet- Club and is first vice presidentof
;
ing from State Road 55 to the Dunnellon captured the West Davis, Dun.; 3, Roberts CR.
U.S. 41 N. Park ing to order and the Board pro- the 18th Masonic District.
Sportsmen's
e ceeded with its business.At State Park at the IndianMoundson Coast Conference meet in a Time-:23.9 (record).

Landscape Nursery iBIock S. Bowling Alley a special meeting of the Crystal River where said close race with Citrus,with two Mile relay,Dunnellon(Cave,
road crosses the existing canal other schools participating. Otting, Dixon,Roland):2,Inver .
Board of Commission- ATTENTIONBUDGET
County and pay for the same out of the Dunnellon scored 89 points to ness. Time3:53.7..
--------------------- - - MINDED FOLKS 1
6 secondary road monies of Cit- 80 1/2 for the local lads of -
FOR CLEAN. tasty snacks
rus County. Coach Bill Hilliard and 69 1/2
lunches and dinners.: Priced
WE Be it further resolved that a for the Crystal River track- The secret of success is con- right. Try the HICKORY Let Us Re-Style Your Hair
copy hereof be signed by the sters. stancy to purpose.

R [&0TU6 Clerk of the Board with the Double wins went to Mike Fos- --Benjamin Disraeli KING RESTAURANT.You'll like it All Work: Gwraateed
seal of this Board affixed and ter and Chuck Davis,bothmem-
THEE furnished to the Honorable Ri bers of the Dunnellon team. Success in life depends uponper- Barbecue&Sea Food EVA HOLDEN

chie Green District Engineer Foster took the discus and shot sistent effort upon the improve- Specials Owner
State Road Department of Florida .- and Davis captured the 100 and ment of moments more thanuponany
Deland Florida." 440 dashes. other one thing. Hickory KingRestaurant LIMN. le ty

Said Motion was seconded by The results: --Mary Baker EddyALTg

Commissioner Rooks and car- Discus: 1, Foster, Dun.; 2, She*

ried. Green, CR; 3, Scott. Inv. Dis- Orange Hotel
FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS, Clerk tance-134 ft., 2 in. (record). I __ I Hwy 19 Crystal River. Fla. Phone 71 -I042
Board of County Commissioners High jump: 1, Hunter, Dun.;
of Citrus County, Florida 2. Henwood Inv.; 3. Henry CR. ..

(COUNTY COMMISSIONERS'SEAL Height-5 ft., 5 in. .
) High hurdles,Whitelaw Inv.; -- \\
DIET At a special meeting of the 2, Dailey CR: 3, Scott, Inv. -M---
Board of County Commissioners Time-:17.9 (record). TOPICS SUMTER COUNTY

of Citrus County Florida Shot put: 1, Foster, Dun.; ,\

held on Wednesday 10 April 2 Dixon, Dun.; 3, Carroll, Inv.
1963, in the County Commis- Distance-41 ft., 111/2 in. (record A nervier 01.0111 Doctor oi Medicine FARMERS MARKET .
sioners' Room of the Citrus ). Your Local Medical Society and the

County Courthouse in Inverness Broad jump: 1, Roberts, CR: Florida Medical Association. Located On State Hwy. 471

62 Monza Corvair 4 door AT R & W, WW Florida, Commissioner 2, Walcott. Inv.; 3Jinrigt.Dun. WHO ISACCIDENTPRONE
Spooner introduced and moved Distance-19 ft. 8 in. (record). ? Webster Florida
13,000 miles . . . . . . .. . $1995.00 the adoption of the following: 100-dash: 1, Davis, Dun.; 2. ,

&H WW RESOLUTION Evans CR; 3, Walcott, Inv. Many persons are accident-
61 Ford Galaxie[ 4 door AT tires '. . 1595.00 Be it resolved that this Board Time:10.8.Mile prone. With some it is a phy-

61 Tempest 4 cyl. 4 door St. Drive . . : . 1495.00 request the Honorable AllisonR. run: 1, Allen Inv.;2,EI- sical or organic i factor or
carelessness and with others
Strickland State
Represen-
60 Ford V 8, Fairlane 500 R & H AT. . . . 1095.00 tative from Citrus County and Time-5.04.6.brecht CR: 3, Roland Dun. there are. mental and emotionalcauses.

59 Chev. 6 cyl. St. drive Sta. Wagon . . . . 1095.00 the Honorable James E.Connor, 880-relay: 1,Inverness(Whit- "To pin-point just when a per-
State Senator from the Ninth ton, Betty Brown. Walcott); 2, son has become accidentproneis
60 Chev. 6 cyl St. Drive R&H . . . . . . 1395.00 Senatorial: District to introduce Dunnellon. Time 1:41 (new record not easy. Certain psychological -

__ 57 Chev. 8 cyl. AT R & H Wagon . . . . . 895.00 authorizing legislation providing this Board for to bor-and 440-dash). 1. Davis, Dun.; 2. especially factors likely cause to people have to acci-be

57 Chev. 6 cyl. St. Drive Wagon . . . . . 695.00 row of 35000.00 the Internal from ImprovementFund the Trustees - Hayes, Dun.; 3, Henwood, Inv. dents.lose his An temper individual is apt quick to lack to

57 Ford 8 2 Door St. Drive . . . . . . . 595.00 of Florida for the purposeof Time-:54.7 180-low hurdles(record:)1., Pullaria. the caution that helps preventan For sale Home Grown Central Florida fc imported
accident. Another person .
58 Chev. 6 cyl. Belair 2 Door . . . . . . 895.00 constructing a canal connecting CR; 2, Dailey, CR; 3, White- given to worrying$ or grieving Vegetables -of Fruit borne-made Nuraecy Bock: and a conaiderable .
the Floral City Lake and variety product
law, Inv. Time-:23.1 (record). unduly may become inattentiveto
58 Rambler 4 Door St. Drive . . . . . . 795.00 the Inverness Lake in accordance Pole vault: 1. Jinright. Dun.; the job at hand. A person

j 55 Cadillac 4 Door Power. . ., .. . . . . 695.00 with by the the plans South therefor Florida approved 2, Gavin. Inv.; 3, Hunter, Dun. with, a or psychosis neurosis ,i is psychoneurosis inclined to-

55 Chev. V 8 4 Door AT . . . . . . . . 395.00 Water Management District and DeathsHenry be exceedingly accidentprone.A .
repay said 35000.00 at the rate normal person may be Vegetable Made very Tuesday
55 Chev. V 8 4 Door St. Drive . . . . . . 395.00 of 5000.00 per year out of the described as one who does the
6 A.M.'tlll about 12 Moon
right thing at the right time
$
55 Buick 4 Door Pr. Steering & Brakes . . . 495.00 race track and monies annually allocated M. GroundsChurch for the right reason. The per-
paid to Citrus Coun
of Christ services for son with a character quirk may
53 Packard 4 Door . . . . . . . . . . 195.0:> ty.Be further Henry Morrison Grounds will do the right thing$ at the right Live stock Auction in the afternoon
it resolved that'COP
1 56 Dodge V 8 Wagon Rebuilt Motor . . . . 495.00 ) of this Resolution signed a be held Saturday afternoon.2:30in at time the for wrong the wrong time reason for the or
the of Porter Funeral
56 Ply. 2 Door 6 cyl . . . . . . . . . 295.00 by the Clerk of the Board aid Home.chapel Interment will be in Oak wrong$ reason. A reallypsycho" Mratx dup -
with the 'seal ot this Board af- may do toe wrong Hog Sale ... 1230 P....
59 Ply. Belvedere 4 Door Pr. Steering & fixed be furnished to the Honor- Ridge Cemetery.Mr. thing at the wrong time for the
Grounds 90 of ,
,
able Allison Strickland years age wrong reason.
Brakes . . . . . . . . ., . . . 895.00 the Honorable R. and died Wednesday morning at his Some people find solutions to
James E. Con- Cattle Sale 1 P.M.
residence on Turner Camp their personal problems and ... .
S : 55 Chev. 8 St. Drive Wagon . . . . . . 595.00 nor.to Road. A native of Nelsonville adapt themselves to changed
Said motion was seconded by ituations. They develop
may
had resided the -
Ohio, he in Inverness
Commissioner Rooks and car- defenses against their emo- Lamar Hall Auctioneer
ried. area for 15 years. tional conflicts which take -
Among the survivors are his them out of the highly accident-:

FRANCIS. WILLIAMS Clerk wife Mrs. Florence Grounds. prone group.
Cochran ChevroletGMAC Board of County Commissioners Inverness; one daughter, Mrs. Accident'-proneness may not
of Citrus Florida Freda Williams Inverness;five be constant and it may occur Producers mi tadtvttual.* welcome... you nay

(COUNTY COMMISSIONERS'SEAL County sons, John of Inverness, Ralph physical only for limited emotional periods condition when- buy as mcfe or *. ttnte a* your aada tadicaaa.
or
and of New.Port Richey .
Clyde
Fieaaciag North ApopkaI.rereess ) are acute. Physicians are AunleeF3aarewY.u .you.haven [ waWam.elttjp
Motion George of Alloy W. Va.. and
by Commissioner Gtl- studying$ accident-proneneM( in yeu'a inlaaaii a naa4A treat.
strap, seconded: by Commis- Ray of Brilliant. Ohio; one brother the home:, in industry and on operation:
Florida Phone 726-5511 sioner Rooks to adjourn unless Jack Grounds of Elk Ridge, the highways in an effort to
,. otherwise called together by the W. Va.; 14 grandchildren and 24 reduce the catastrophic loss of
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4I w. Annual 4-H Event Cites Area H+MStfM



Youth For Achievements NONARUNION sriIts


LECANTO--The auditorium of
the old Lecanto school filledto Calvin R. Wade in, grandson
was 210 of Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Runton,
youngsters capacity Saturday throughout night Citrus and si 1M was taken to the Tamps General

Hospital Monday, ill
seriously
County participated in the an-
MM Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKinzy
nual 4-H Achievement -
Day program fJakeTfI
I f # and family of Redington Beach.
spent the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Baxter, County HD
Mrs.
Harmon.
James
Agent, and Williams
Royce
-M8IJI' Mr. and Mrs. Priscot are returning -
who Asst.have Ag.worked Agent for tirelessly the county with, e kIFBettPP to their home in Boston
r Mass. after a four months
I! stay
4-H boys and girls throughoutthe here.
year, were in charge of the
Mrs. Nepsy Eiland is ill at her
Tr' f lengthy program. Bryne Parker home.
president of the Boys County
Out-of-town
Council, presided.The guests in the area
J over the weekend were Mr. and
night's event featured demonstrations -
Mrs. Ray Rivers of St. Peters
i iw modeling,recog-
burg; WiWamCoryofLakeland.
nition of individual and unit4-H
Herbert C. Godfrey of
members, and presentation of Tampaand
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee of
achievement awards. -
Twentyone St. Petersburg.
clubs were represented.Mrs. @
m
C- t 1 " .
r Kay Hurley, county 4-H 4 ADVERTISEIN
r chairman, presented short
course awards for the most out- t THE CHRONICLE
standing 4-H boy and girl during a 4i

a the past year to Jennice Hair of 1111-'
Inverness and Bryne Parker of e1l1JlllDlTf

i Floral City. Award for the most LOWffYWJMWTBUEM-
P outstanding club in the county

went to the Hustling Cloverettesof diJ\ ,
Inverness.A .
; ; r' .. ,If gift scholarship from the LET THIS BE SOt!
Home Demonstration Council,
,
j in the amount of $50, went to .
r Linda Ruth Harvill of Floral
"'" ... .
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3 wt -r
City. The Purina Company's "I SPRINGS
Dare You".award was presentedby "THEN YOU TAKE another rosebud", directs Diana Runkle as
;' : : Williams to young Parker. she demonstrates the art of arranging flowers during the 4-H New ( Used TV
t County Commissioner Harley Achievement Day Program held Saturday for a "packed house".
Levins presented short course Others giving demonstrations from the old Lecanto school stage Service I Sales
-- awards tp 10 girls and 6 boys. were Diane Locke, Karen Kaufman Leonard Bedford, Robert
.. week's Ladies Golf Tournament. Marian Schoen chairman, is standing at the left.
.winners in last Jamboree tourney They were:Jennice Hair,Paula Croft, Steve Petterson, Adrian Townsend and Charles Hagan.
--staff photo Sandlin, Alice Young, Mary Ann --staff photoer


I: Ridge Manor Cops Jamboree TourneyThere Medlin Youells ton, Linda Ann, Ruth Lynnette Priest Harvill, Gay Stephens Shel-Aleta, J.T. Bedford, Jack Edson, all made by county 4-H boys and YOURPHARMACIST

Tommy King, Lee Earl Stokes, girls. "Best Exhibits" judged
Wanda and Park-
Tuggey; Bryne and Stephen Petterson. Chosenas were these: of: (boys) Robert
was golf, fo d, and event. She was assisted by 2nd gross winners with 82 alternates were Cindy Bow- Croft.first; Eugene Rooks, and
more golf last Thursday at the Claire Jenkins Mabel Brown, points. (Ties were decided by man and Ginger Van Ness.' Gerald Blanchard; (girls) Bertha -
Inverness Golf & Country Club, Fran Allen, Betty Brown, Alice matching cards) Crystal River Camp awards, presented by Rooks, first; Jennice Hair, PtE
when female fans of the fabu- von Walthausen, Evelyn Sipe, Other winners were: Iris the Home Demonstration clubs And Linda Ruth Harvill. ,
lous sport flocked onto the local Kate Williams, Joe Sschoen Booth Ridge Manor 69;Mickey went to Donnie Martin and Gen- One delightful phase of the annual There is an old bromide to
course from here and yondertoseek Bert van Roosendaal, Guy Sipe, Spencer Ridge Manor,70;Babe Rami blings:>> ice Morse of Hernando, Adrian program was a junior and the effect that "an apple a
their scores in the Ladies and Louis Connell.Fran Turnerwas Atkins, Crystal River,71;Irene Townsend and Sue Hodge of Le- senior dress revue, narrated day keeps the doctor away."
Jamboree Tournament. in charge of the luncheon. Fussell, Ridge Manor, 71; Zip By LAURA M. !ZIMMERMAN canto, Billy Sellers and Cberron respectively by Linda Ruth Har- This old saying was put to
There were 74 ladies participating There were 16 tourney prize Ross, Eustis, 72; Nelda Carey, Joy McElroy of Inverness, and vill and Lynnette Stephens.Par- test by Michigan State U.and
in the tourney, with doz- winners, with Ridge Manor Ridge Manor, 74; Carmen Bur- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse P. Bur- ily, from Orlando, over the Max Davis and Margaret Kist- ticipating in the junior'fashion it was found that 1300 apple-
ens of other visitors attending.It standouts in representation and ns, Ridge Manor 74;Jean Now- ford left last Thursday for Pla- Easter holidays.Dr. ner of Floral City. show" were Ella Rooks, Susan eating students actuallymade
was a gay crowd. There were wins. First net winner, with67, lin. Ridge Manor, 74; Toodles quemine, La. where they have and Mrs.James L.George Pospiech, Bertha Rooks, Mar- fewer sick calls than
lots of prizes and certificates. was Mary Beasley of Ridge Ma- Shriner, Leesburg, 74; Bobbie spent the past week with their were Easter visitors at the The large room adjoining the tha Hair, Mary Ann Jones, and other students. Respiratoryand
t Marian Schoen,chairman, said nor. Teri Franklin of Crystal Fulenwider, Ridge Manor, 74; son-in-law and daughter Mr. home of Mrs. George's parentsMr. auditorium was spread with Rosemary Kabrich. Senior re- tension-induced ailments -
she was well pleased with the River and Charlotte Roebuck of and Margaret Brown Ocala,75. and Mrs. Ben Lowrey. From and Mrs. E.B. Correll, in various exhibits, all of which vuers were Jennice Hair,Paula were significantly
turnout and with results of the Leesburg were low gross and In the nine-hole gro up,Charlotte there they go to Texas for an Tampa. were judged and identified with Sandlin, Linda Ruth Harvill, fewer.
Cooper, Crystal River, 42; indefinite stay. Miss Margaret Greene and tags and ribbons. Almost any- Gaye Shelton, Pat Langenmayr,
and Mary McKeathen,Inverness Mr. and Mrs. Vinel S. Lewis Mrs. Gladys Holmes, of Rochester thing imaginable was on display and Mary Ann Medlin. Very likely the vitamin C
t 1 42. attended the Sunrise service of N.Y. visited Dr. and Mrs. content of the apples accounted -
April 28, 1963 A dozen Spalding Dot golfballs. the Scottish Rite(Masonic)Lod- Frank J. Wabrath. for a leaser number
donated by Marian Schoen,were ge in Ocala Easter morning.Mr. Mrs. Mack L. Vickrey entertained of normal illnesses and someas
raffled off and won by Polly Hester . and Mrs. Lloyd Maye, of the executive staff of the HIGHLANDSFAITH yet unknown natural tranquilizing -
Southeastern Livestock Pavilion, of Inverness. Richmond Ky. were guests of Crystal River Woman's Club at v substance lessened
Blind bogey winners were Mrs. Alta Bunts last week. her home on King's Bay. This everyday tension.
tl Ocala, Florida ,. Elizabeth Solyer of Inverness, Mrs. Jesse P. Burford and :Was the final executive meeting ? CHAPEL
I '-.-, r( t.- \ 1:3Q P.M./ '--' Marian Moore of Crystal River your reporter were; the guestsof Mrs. Vickrey's two--year administration When your medical needs -
I and Charlotte Marker of the former's son-in-law and ,
Inver- as newly-elected Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. require something more definite -
s ness.Pro daughter, Mr. and Mrs.WilliamJ. 'officers will be installed at the From Prayer Singing Study than what an apple can
Donations $1.00 Children Under Shop certificates were Frazer at their home in Gain next meeting on Monday,the 6th De n.i61/ provide, call on COOK'S
12 Free given as prizes to the 16 win- esville last Wednesday.Mr. of May. Thy youth is renewed like SUNDAY SERVICES PHARMACY. Prescriptions

ners and all other players in the and Mrs. Winston Kelsoof Miss"Sandy Barnes of Gaines- the eagle.-Psalms( 103:5)). Church School..10:00: a.m. .of the highest quality are a-

The Marion County Sheriffs Depart tournament received golf balls. guests Knoxville of Mr. Tenn.and Mrs.were Ralph the ville home was of Mr.a andMrs.house-guest W.V.at Ber-the If we use our time, our en-' Worship.......... 11:00 a.m. -specialty, Phone at COOK'S 726-4121.PHARMACY --

ment and the Marion County Saddle Castle during the past week. tine last week.She was the room ergies, our thoughts in con- Evang. Service.730 p. m.
Mrs. Leona Pape spent the mate of the former Miss Connie structive and spiritual ways THIS WEEK'S HOUSEHOLD
Club, Inc. are Proud to Present. '. past weekend at the home of her Bertine at the Gainesville Medi- we can be eternally young. JAY & ELSIE PRENTISS HINT: A small towel, wrung
ViGRA son and daughter-in-law in Or- cal Center. The Christ Spirit should Pastors out in cold water, folded and

I lando. Mrs. and Mrs. Ben Moseleywere never be regarded as old Phone 726-8683 frozen in the r frig rtor,
The Second Annual Sheriff's Guests at the home of Dr. and guests at the Louis Cap- worn, dull or tired but onlyas P.rayer for Sick Any Time will serve as an ice bag in
Mrs. Alfred
J. Phillips on Easter pola home. Mrs. Moseley is a eternally young. a pinch
SQUIBB Sunday were the doctor' sister of Mrs. Cappola and Mr.J. Cordial Welcome to You!

Posse RoundupPrizes parents.Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wesley Green.
Phillips St. Petersburg and Mrs. C.G. Luther returnedto
sew his sister Miss Dorothy Phil- her home in Winter Park after -
and Ribbons Will Be Awarded i lips, with her fiance, Dick a visit with her brother- -
Frost, also of St. .
Petersburg.Mrs. in-law and sister, Mr.andMrs.
Jesse Reed, of Birmingham Dan Bertine.
Events
Exciting For Your
Entertainment 88 Ala., a former resident of An Easter dinner party was
$4T1MULnVITAMINS Crystal River,enjoyed her Eas- held at the home of Mrs.Estelle
1. Grand Entry ter season here. She was the Brass on Sunday. The covered-
2. Posse Judging 1 ... .....,, Y6RAN: guest of Mr.and Mrs.W.Harvey dish dinner was enjoyed by Mr. '
3. Calf Roping . . . . . . .. .Open Edwards part of the time and of and Mrs. C.C. Byars and their Ad hew Ad 7tu1UJ1VUU11r I
4. English Pleasure . . . . . Open SwlseMULTIYIAMEMS Mrs. B.L. Head for the remain- guests; Mr. and Mrs. Frank
5. Cow Hide Race . . . . ... . Open ing days. Dubberka, of Clearwater; Mr.
6. Senior Pole Bending. . .. ... . 15 and over Mr. aId Mrs.Walter L.Ham' and Mrs. Ralph Castle and his
7. Junior Pole Bending... .. . . . 14 and under mond entertained their son-in- sister Miss Blanche Castle; Hinson Restaurant
8. Senior Barrel Racing. .... . . 15 and over law and daughter, Mr. andMrs. Mesdames Leona Pape Lillie : .
9. Junior Barrel Racing..... . . 14 and under Ward Cornelius with their fam- Van Every Estelle Brass,
10. Western Pleasure. ..... '. . Open Laura Zimmerman and Joe B.
11. Musical Tires. ..... > . . . 12 and under Less than 3C a dayCook's Murk.Mrs. and Cocktail Lounge
12. Buddy Pick-Up ... .. . . . Open 1 William Oyler entertained
13. Steer Decoration ...... . . Open Tomato Plants her daughter and son- .
All Proceeds for Benefit of the Florida PharmacyInverness in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James We have moved our singing into the dining-room.
Sheriff's Ranch Big BoyThe Kirkland and.chlldren of There is now room for all; sing along with Jim
Boys Brooksville, on Sunday. With Harris, at the portable bar.
them at a covered dish dinnerat

-..-............... .................................. ......... Worlds most Uniform, Ozello were Mr. and Mrs.
UIUlllllUlunllllUIUlWUlmlllllllllDllllUlUllllUU1JImDnnnlll UlllIlZlUllIUUlIIIUlJOr Prolific and Longest Lasting Kirby Turner of town andMrs.

Gertrude Kirkland of Tampa
ENTER NOW* NRHA HAROWARE-HOUSEWARES WEEK LANDSCAPE

'HAPPY HOME "HAPPY HOME VALUES'CONTEST J NURSERIESBoth SPORTSMENS PARK
W _.._ Visitors at the home of Mr.and
VAWES CONTEST ,. .. ENTRY .FORMPrint .-. Mrs. Joe Burgy of Sportsmen's
Locations Ph.726-1381 Park, were Mr. and Mrs. Max
You can WIN one of below and deposit at this hardware dealer. store Kurth from Holyoke, Mass.


4 RAMBLER CLASSIC Name ___ __ ___ .
for
at Homosassa Springs, proudly presents your
STATION WAGONS
Addreu.-..,______ _. listening pleasure -
Ml jnflcs NI struts

Mitkiif U taf City. . _____.-:
say ....1",y NaMe__CITRUS._ ._ HARDWARE .8U'ABi\ PAUL V. GRANNAN

Inverness, Florida
Dealer. Address- "_ ___._ .
\' at the Baldwin' organ
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? (111 UMIlfletmic HUNDREDS OF OTHER PRIZES DURING HARDWARE. \ .
{ 110-1 {060 sillies VICORS HOUSEWARES WEEK.APRIL 11-27.IStt-YOU MAY WIN! Saturday Evenine

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CORNING t WARE Delightful dinner music from 5 to 8 p.m.

Citrus 7tc" and Service for 9 p.m. to 12 midnight is Request Time with your

favorite request tunes played by Paul Grarman

Hardware \ Heavy Duty Yazoo Toro and sung by none other than our own bartender -

JIM HARRIS.
Mono Island Rider
For a delightful evening of listening enjoyment

5.9 "We Service What We Sell" bring your friends and, come to HINSCNS.The .


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Miss Coleen Mums ui Lear- Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Durfee of Call 726-1944
}HILLS born Mich. who was here to Tampa, former residents were Yard Goods Sale-thursday. May 2, 9 a.m. until-
'v ; attend the Harris family re- here for a weekend visit. FLORAL CITY-Mrs. Ray- one day sale. At Lecanto School BWg. Open si,
y Dr EVELYN CULTICEThe union, left for home Wednesday.Mrs. Sunday guests of the Weltysand mond. E. Wing is entertainingMrs. public invited. Benefit of Citrus County 4-H c....
Russell Hillman of Pom-
Millers Mr. and
Louise Sanderson, went were Mrs.
following three people had home with her daughter. Dorothy Henry Wurtz and Mr. and Mrs. fret. Conn. for two weeks.Dr. .
birthdays this week; Mrs. Nick Richardson, to Savannah fora John Yocum of Eustis; and Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Bonifield Fero Insurance Afincy
Vanderburg April Antunes and visit. and Mrs. Earl Hart of Downer's of Warren, Ind. are guests of
Mrs. Frank Ferrell. Grove. 111. his sister. Mrs. Helen Tam. A
Mrs. G.L. Barfield was host-
The Friday night bingo party ess to the W.M.S. of Homosassa Mr. and Mrs. Tom Slade he dinner was given by Mrs. Tam Home Mortgage
was a success. All future par- Baptist Church.Mr. is one of our legislators and on Sunday in their honor.Guests Life Travit
ties will be given by a different and Mrs. C.E. Keel entertained Mr. and Mrs. D. MacLean Jr. included Dr. and Mrs. Harold Auto '
HoeptteltHttoa
group of people each week. the Civic Club at a of Jacksonville were here fora Bonifield (of Floral City). Mr.
Dr. N.E. Brown and his sister pancake weekend of fishing. and Mrs. Robert Baraban and
Monday night.
supper
Mrs. Mabel Simons of Tampa Mr. and Mrs Edgar Harris Other out-of-town visitors daughter. Lisa of Bradenton; All types of insurance tailored for you to seve base,.
will spend the week here while left Friday for their home in have been Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Robert Evans and
he attends the medical clinicat Taylor Mich. W. Cowart of Tuscaloosa, Ala., Wanda Dillingham of Leesburg;
Paradise Point.Inverness. Robert son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. Tendozier of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spech and Fast Claim SittiMMts
Robert Stricklin, was home Dunedin; Mr. and Mrs. Robert daughters Pamara and Sara of
on
l NewsMr. school vacation from Alexandria. Maillie from Ormond Beach; Orlando; and Mr. and Mrs.Ivan Parkview Hotel Bldg. sure 1990
$ ..Va.Fred. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Essermanof Morris. Dunnellon Ph. 489-2412 <49-2338
/ Ofbf Rome Ga Mr. and Mrs. Ann Ellerman of Warren.
; Mrs.
Portas and Bal
/ and Mrs. J.A. Schiefferof George
Ind. left Sunday to return home
Leslie from
ian. two vacationers from De- Joughins Tampa
Richmond Hill. N.Y. are enjoying after
three weeks visit with
Mr. and Mrs.Charles
troit. Mich. have been Upchurchand
a visit in Inverness. The occupy- Mrs. Helen Tam.
ing the Lassiter home for party of six from Athens
the
Schieffer's have property in Inverness
Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Breiningof East Coast
Highlands N., and expect past two weeks. Ann'Arbor,Mich.were guestsof
to be residents in the near
Mrs. Beulah Wiggins last
future. week after a tour of Florida.Dr. r Tree ServiceSIOLLBDTRBESUROIION5
and Mrs.
.aa Harold Ericsonof
PersonalMr. DeathsOtto Windfall, Ind. were house 7:4T\
and Mrs. M.C. Scofieldand guests last week at the home of
j two sons spent the week- Ivan and Marie Morris. 1
end at Treasure Island where Edward Flora Grace Lee Hilton Higginbotham district Free BKlmaiee
CochranFuneral
they reported a successful fish deputy grand master of the 18th 1 Advisory Service
ing venture. Christian Science services services were held Masonic district, and Glenn f.
were held Monday morning Ap- Monday. April 15, for Mrs*' Eady master of Floral City We'Specialize cavity Work"P.O.BoxWQl
ril 22. for Otto Edward Flora Grace Lee Cochran 59, who Lodge 133, attended the Grand iervr eea.
F >>
.Jl .All.PTn YO3SYSZiT 1I:7".JEr who died suddenly Friday morn- died suddenly on Friday April Lodge meeting last week in
Paradise ing at his residence.. 504 Lake- 12.A Jacksonville.
shore Drive. Mrs. Eleanor K. native of Altoona Kansas
; c;; Lawn Service Iseman Christian Science Mrs. Cochran had been a resi-
reader was in charge. The remains dent of Apache Shores north of Guide To
were cremated. Porter Hernando for five months. She A Handy
Build Funeral Home was in charge of is survived by her husband
That New Home
ProfessionalLawn
arrangements.Mr. Zeb V. CochranofApacheShores -
.. Flora 68, was a nativeof ; two daughters,Mrs.Dorothy
CareBox Delphi Ind.. but had lived in E. Dixon and Mrs. Evonnie .
Inverness for the past five Mendes; and six grandchildren.The .
years. He was a veteran of services were held at the
Bridge St. Dunnellon 412 Crystal River World War LSurvivors chapel of Porter Funeral Home
: with the Rev. Morris
include the wife Gaskins
Ph. 795-3370
% Mrs. Jeanne A. Flora of Inver- Inverness Methodist Church SERVICE INSTITUTIONS and IUSIHESSES
w Free Deliveries ness. officiating. Interment was in
Oak Ridge Cemetery.

Of CITRUS COUNTY

Lee .. Mrs. Ruth J. L i ghtfoo1The t
Hu 9-2400 BO'WLESLUMBER Beverly Shop
funeral for Mrs. Ruth CARRIER Central Heating and Cooling
Jarrett Lightfoot, who died Taylor made duct work from our own sheet metal shop PORTER
Monday morning at her residence -
says Magnolia Beach Park, JOHN D. LAW FUNERAL HOME
was held Wednesday morninginthe
C.O. Women should be interesting.Anyone can get into a different and chapel of Porter Funeral LP Gas & Appliance Dealer .
off-beat look---but it takes great KNOW-HOW to make a dress Home. Dr. James Clark,pastorof Brooksvllle Ph. 795-2341,
yours alone. BEVERLY LEE SHOP Is first fashions for women the First Presbyterian Church AMBULANCEBEyNETTsS :
where QUALITY andSATlSFACTlON is must.BOBBIE BROOKS and the Rev.William Porter
DONOVAN-GALVANI. CALIFORNIA WEAR ROXANNE SWIM of Bethel Presbyterian Church DRUG AL OWEN SERVICE
suits. All NATIONAL ADVERTISED merchandise. Sizes 5-15 & Clearwater officiated. Inter
'ADVERTISE IN THE CHRONICLE 8-20. Open every day from 8:30 to 6:00. All day Wed., Sat. till ment was in Oak Ridge Cemetery Rexall Drug .
700. Main St., Inverness, Fla. Painting Contractor PHONE:
PHONE 7262781CITRUS '
Mrs.Lightfoot 58,was a nativeof Estimates and Quality ,
Tryon N.C. She had been a 726.2271 *r7261M1
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III : : lmIiDII resident and a half of years.Survivors Inverness. for two LEADING DRUG STORE .TURNER CAMP ROAD

; include her husband
Frescriptl Accurately Inverness
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M.E. Lightfoot of Inverness her ..
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It's. Time To -' MaID
Say Change Filled bar Street
I mother Mrs. Lillie Jarrett of Competent Druggists RFD 1, BoV,193 .
Spartanburg S.C.::TIiREE SIST '
Ii Mrs. Dorothy Eleaser, Charl- INVERNESS, FLORIDA .Phone 726-2696 ,INVERNESS, PLO tDA
otte, N.C., Mrs.Vivian Bratton,
: i Your Thinking"I Greenville S.C., and Mrs.
: '
-il i Helen Remaklus Memphis, '
LOVELL BROS l For the Best In Real Estate
Tenn.; two brothers, Paul Jar- . . SEE OR CALL (Cm) HAlL & SON
rett of Spartanburg, and Sydney WHOLESALE AUTOMOTiVE

: I Yes Citrus County Will Soon Have It's Own -- Iy I II of Greenville. ; AND McCollech MILL Chain SUPPLIES Saws TV SERVICE..

Hugh Lee Bowman Small Motors ;N.. B.; (.BOB) TROTTER

I ; i iI Funderal services for Hugh Briers & Stratton Enpnes' '

I Federal Savings. and Loan Association. .- Lee River Bowman were held 66 Sunday, of Crystal after- 'Repair General& Service Motor of Diesel Engines.;' gam. Real Estate BrokerPottofflee 107A *_ kaAvt.MvemesS .

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noon at the First Baptist Church -
_ I Power Units Box 17HomouM
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the Rev. George Painter
Southwest Main StreetINVERNESS Spring, FtorU, .
F.
. pastor officiating. Interment .
I was in Crhstal River ) -
:J: cemetery. .PHONEi*7952882"Custctn
Strickland Funeral Home was in Phone 726-1041
M.
charge of arrangements.Mr. .
s .
Bowman a long-time res- 18'1'SX WEST COAST TITLE
2 I ident of Crystal River, died .
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Thursday following a lingering COMPANY
: g'I- illness the Bay Pines Veterans : .
Hospital. ." Land Title I.....nee
Born in Fairmont. Bowman "
spent most of his life Crystal THIS SPACE AVAILABLE For Mferi.hn eeisermMc
River, employed as a carpenter Call 726-3421. TItle lnsrn R II er
until his retirement. He was a Cabinets Laud 0wIwRY p
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member of the First Baptist Kitchen Remodeling
7 I'a Church and a veteran of World Mill Work ATE' P. O, BOX MCPfcee
i I vj Wars I and XLSurvivors
j = include his widow, 7M-1241

Mrs..Lillian Evelyn Bowman: WELCH CABINET CO INVERNESS, PLOWDA
two daughters Mrs.Mary Alice .
I' Hope Aripeka and Mrs. Fran- _ _ _ '
ces Evelyn Spivey of Bangor, -
Me.; four sons Charles E.Bowman /PACKER.. W.:C. Hull ; .

j Subscription Rolls For Charter i Lee, Bowman Indian River of Ocala City,,Harry Leon :MOTOR..COMPANYHardware J . .JICk C.lOt S WMt W

Hugh Bowman of Ft. Wayne, and Marine' Electrical Contractor

Subscribers Are Now Ind., and John Thomas Bowmanof
Open- I Crystal River; one sister Supplies Major Appliance Repairs SEA WALL .

Mrs. Mary Alice Gutbug.Corn Briggs & Stratton Electrical Repairs WORK
To subscribe amount call of the wall, Pa.; two brothers Harry Air-Co led Motors l MASON
following men:
any any I. William Bowman of Crystal River Wisconsin Motors Small Pump Motor Sense'
and Edwin Bowman of Stein- Fishing Tackle P.O. B. Ml ,l
JAMES HARMAN, Homosassa Springs Phone 795-2834 hatchee and 10 grandchildren. Hwy. 41 North Inreraes* CrymlRHnr
Phone 795-2858 ,., 7114
BCB GILSTRAP, Inverness, Home Furniture Co. Phone 726-2922 '- '

_I' WALTER RITZ, Floral City Phone 726-1187 _H CRYSTAL RIVER Phone 726-2645.

S EARL MESSER, Inverness Phone 726-1456 i f : ".:' s : -

MALCOLM WILLIAMSON, Inverness Phone 726-2677 \ e Well Drilling iocal and Moving.Loag Dtsuace.FLORAl.u ,, OTY

LES MERCER, Inverness Phone 726-2491 l From Z to 8 Inches For Free Estimates and Wj HT .fc. 'CO'Welb *

_ BILL KEATING Citizens Loan Co. Phone 726-2861 'f! i Sales Meyers A Pumps Service Dependable service_ call 'WIIjUI


_ They will assist you in your subscription. :: :.f.! I Call Crystal 795-2299 River Rome Furniture Ci. --iI

: . . Call DunnellonHunter '
:: IIVIOllSS, M ltln
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__ ; ; Our Business Is
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have call .
Please to
a representative J-' ., To Help Preserve F. B. McCRAY Phone 726-3465 Littw.WtffcPIMM ,
explain details of subscription to me:. Move by Aero May ewK. .
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-'NAME, a': <;. I' Your Loved Ones U.s. 19.S. Crystal River 721-2390

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Names In AgelessStone.

w ':i STREET NUMBER ;: '. I : J & K Used WashersWe

: Visit Us And. sell New and Rebuilt Parts. We repair

CITY I See Our Displays and rebuild'- automatic wethers. KEN- -- .

i> MtiKE and R.C.A. WHIRLPOOL WASHERS ;JtfIjI'fI1I. ,*v. four -
Bent Time To' Call: AM PMAccounts - '
LaPerleMemorials We used washers
I : speciality jell and buy -

',. and dryers, gas or electric.. Work

bns; ;d-b -Svemmem I. guaranteed 3 months. Ph. 726-2622- I '
will an Agency of the Federal .- 1TJ.S.: mf miles So.:

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The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE> April 2s. **S 7-A

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4' ,) s FiberglassBUILDING For Sate

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'I ; PANELS Lovely 2-Bedroom home WEST COAST CONCRETE 4

--It N1RE 'Completed December 1961. PAVING WC., BROOKSVILLEPhoae )

TO BUY S 1 TO REM' HELP From 29# Sq. Ft. On the water, masonry COB- Week! WadMe 996-3011

I tr! tp WAtIT, p JjsFOU ND Manufactured Example 10' x any 20':size.!Sheets, for struction.furnished.ceiling heat completely or S96-3044 .6'

Trailer
Carports, Awningsor
Cement blocks foll
.. Only $10,500 iftes of
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Billboards

<,. Miscellaneous -.-: Real Estate Help WantedWould Public NoticeNOTICE Public .NoticeIN only Advertising$58 in choice of color.: OR J. T.SEE O'NEAL THE REALTOR, REALTOR OF sit construction mix. radio CMptoltr"t .Ji: ",-

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Pontoon Manufacturing C tp.I YOUR CHOICE.Values .

!I FOR SALE--Portable wheel MASONRY HOMES like to hear from depend THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I Hwy 41 N Brook ille''. Fla. Complete materials line oTWasonry

: chair and ramp practically EXPERTLY FINISHEDON able person with car regarding Notice is hereby given that the THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR-

r new. Will sacrifice if taken at YOUR LOT opportunity to supply consumers City Council of the City of Inverness CUIT, IN AND FOR CITRUS AU kiwis of
Yen WHI Like
once. Johnson's with Florida, at a regular COUNTY paving jobc..largeor
Trailer Park. 2 Bedroom - - -- 6950.00 Rawleigh Products in FLORIDA. FOR SALE OR RENT small.
Ph. 726-2482 W. Citrus meeting held in the City Hall at CHANCERY 1581 2 Bedroom 7-tfc
Inverness.For
16-lc 3 Bedroom - - --7350.00 County or NO. Bungalowor You will want to see these
information Inverness Florida on 16 April IN RE ADOPTION
Many other models available.No write RawleighFAD : OF BEN-
Your HOME FURNITURE unusual offerings while they
j 371-518 Memphis, Tenn. 1963 adopted a Resolution closing JAMIN LEE JULIAN AND DAVID Hunting Fishing Lodge
still
STORE is authorized FRIGI-, and are available.
vacating, abandoning '
down payment, 100% financed 15-3p COLLIER JULIAN Minors. Only $100 Down
DAIRE and MAYTAG appliance, delineated Extra large and well shaded
discontinuing certain alleys -
low monthly terms. We can NOTICE TO DEFEND, SHOW $57.00
i dealer. We service what we: of Monthly lake lot on paved road. Onlya
recorded
the
plat
make it College graduate, age 22-55. on CAUSE AND FILE DEFENSESTO
easy foryoutoownyourhome. HICKORY HILLS
sell. . _ __ .38jtfcJ Subdivision short distance from town. E D.
I t Are you interested in rewarding Inverness 'Heights BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JULIAN RETREATImmediate and Neill
Electricity, telephone
GRAVELY TRACTORS New, career working with people? recorded in Plat Book 2, pages c/o MR.AND MRS.JOHN PossessionNo

rebuilt, parts, repairs. Write for free brochure today. Openings in Citrus Hernandoand 145 and 146, public records of LEE JULIAN, EASLEYSOUTH Qualifying Neighbors mail delivery close.available.Only$2000. GtHrai Contractor

ROGERS AUTOMOTIVE.' P.O. Box 23 Leesburg. Fla. Pasco counties. Beginning Citrus County Florida,described CAROLINA: Write or Phone Owner with abstracted title. Good

Tavares. Ph. 343-3071. 43-tfc 174cry salary $3,960.00 annual increment as follows: NOTICE is hereby given under Tampa 2511354Mr. terms. Ie III.HICKORY .

fringe benefits. Write All that part of an alley lying Section 72,13 Florida Statutes Allen. 2305 Thixton Ct.. HILL RETREATS

BEAUTIFUL 2 1/2 & 5 acre Box 65 C,Inverness,giving your between Block A and D, and all Annotated, that M.C. Scofield, Tampa 9, Florida Newly decorated 2 bedroom iRouteI H 4-i
_
'WANTED small size roll tracts river & lake access, age, college, work experienceand that part of alley lying between as of this date filed adoption 153pHEARINGAIDS home 3 miles way
nice lot of
Ease
top?.desk, good condition. Ph. hunt club privileges from $300 references. 17-2c Block B and C of Inverness proceedings in the Circuit Court on on paved Inverness
street In town. Electric Phone 726-2755
726-2527. 17-lc per acre, terms. Owner Box Heights Subdivision running of Citrus County, Florida, at Free
plans service
38. Hernando, Fla. 726-1584 or Want lady, or man and wife, to east and west. Inverness Florida, the purposeof range Westinghouse refrig-
erator, dinette set and new Financing available
726-1347. 13-tfc stay with me nights willing to and renouncing and disclaimingany which is that the is
petitioner
bdrm. gasn at r lnCluded. Lots for Sale
FOR SALE Four piece of the of Every-
give privileges of house. Call right City Inverness desirous of
1 suite bed, dresser wall mir- 3 adopting BenjaminLee thing neat as a pin. Total For a Square Deal
, LAKE Tsala Apopka fine 726-1636. 17-3c and the public in and to said Julian and David Collier r
ror, chest drawers.Good condi- price only $5350.00. Exist- Try ERNIE Nei
weekendlodgesdllferentlocations alleys and in and to any lands
Julian minor children of ,
\ tlon. Reasonable. Ph. 726-1593 all on waterfront, priced delineated on said recorded platas the first of the age of approxi-yours Only 528.95Up.FreeTrloITerms. ing mortgage can be assumed

after 6:00 p.m. 17-1c from $5500 to $7500, Paul Gig- Work WantedWanted said portion of alleys.J. mately fifteen years and the with Don't easy monthly payments. -

nac Real Estate, Box 38, Her- F. HAIR, PRESIDENT CITY other approximately twelve overlook this outstand- STATI VAIM World's
f, nando, Fla. 726-1584. 13-tfc CITY OF INVERNESS ing value.
COUNCIL Largest
of alleges _
The
DON'T STOP eating,lose weight years age. petitioner _
Weeks part time cleaning by FLORIDA that your whereabouts and WI ...... CI
with Dex-A-Diet. Landscape NurseryTwo ..
safely FOR SALEBuilding 25 x 40'and Snapp Realty
t the hour two or three days Publish April 25. 1963
f supply only .98#. BENNETT'SDRUGS used building materials. place of residence is unknown Stei.Maros. ..
each week. Available h INSURANCIPtaM
I ; Inverness. Fla. 14-8c 726-2926. anytime although diligent search and inquiries outlets Stets Fanu iysi t
MAURO Ph.
JOHN ,
except Saturday. MRS ANDREW Inverness
17-3p MESAROSH, Rt.l,Turner Camp IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the have been. made to ascertain 1 mile East on Hwy. 44 726-1241 HighlandsPh. or 726-2471 Still f..h Mwty.. ,.Mm.BMl. IMKIBM. C*.
..
same.It CiYiW few 115-2141
SEE US for FREE estimates on IN CRYSTAL RIVERMobile'ihomesites ; Rd., Inverness. 17-lp THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR- is alleged that you are the and at Sportsmen'sPark
CUIT IN AND FOR CITRUS
f ,
HERNANDO
x Air Conditioning. on U.S. 19 S.,70 X natural father of said childrenand
i GAS CO Brooksville. Fla. Ph. 75, all with central water. $25' Business COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA therefore you are directedand
Advertise the Chronicle
OpportunityPLANNING in
.
796-4225
Brooksville 726-2595. or Inverness 13-tfc down and $10 mo. Contact . IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 1595 commanded to be and appearin

f FLORA VEAL.- owner ae 795- SUITTO TITLE said Court on or before the
QUIET
12822 or 79'- 419. -dc A VACATION?Start hour of 10:00 o'clock AJtf. on
WaterfrontHcmesites
t FOR SALE--Large' gas range, earning for that trip immediately. JOHN N. OSSENFORT.Plaintiff., Monday the 29 day of April

g good condition. Ph. 795-3236. FOR RENTORSALE--Twofurn We train you to become an 1963, and to at that time file No Money Down
-vs-
i 16-lc houses one bdrm. and two Avon Representative. Write SUSAN R. REINNING, pleadings that you may care to

t We't bdrms., close in. lake access. AVON, P.O. Bot48S.? Clermont. file in person or by attorney From $1,595.00Direct
& ROD service Defendant.
trade REEL and swap. BERT'S REEL D.B. FISKE 505 W. LakeshoreDr. 726-2872 Fla. 17-lc NOTICE OF SUIT and you are also required to to Gulf- Fresh and Brand New 2 B.R. Home

.1 I SHOP, Glenn's Camp 1st road .. Inverness. Ph. 16-3c STATE OF FLORIDA TO: file a copy of any papers filed Salt Water Fishing,
with M.C.Scofield 209-210 Ma-
f on left, Rt. 44, S. Inverness. Wanted SUSAN R. REINNING Contact: Move right t inComplete
35tfCTV : New nine room masonry home, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED sonic Building, Inverness Florida -

(, two ceramictilebathstwotire-' that a suit has been brought the petitioner and also an Trotter's Realty'' for living ceramic bath,carport,screened

I. SALES places. Wall to wall carpeting in WANTED--Small place, acreage against you in the Circuit Courtof attorney at law. Said service to porch well, septic tank, insulation oil ......,

T living and dining room on 30 for cash and 32' cabin Citrus County. Florida in be made by mail,if you so elect garbage disposer, utility room beautiful shaded lot

Home Furniture Store, Phone acres cleared. $28.000. 12 mi. cruiser and or camp trailer Chancery, by JOHN N. OSSEN- or in person. A ny defenses Homosassa Springs 80 x 125. AU utilities in. $8.950.00. $75.00 per month

726-2922. We give the most S.E. of Inverness. Being sold by and 4 wheel drive jeep stake FORT. and you are required to should show cause why the prayer Telephone 795-2882 total or $1350 down, $55 per month.

for the old set when you trade ,owner. Ph. 796-4875. 8-tfc. truck. P.O. Box 95, Floral Cityor serve upon WILLIAM F. EDWARDS of the petition should not be
,for a new TV. Good selectionof : Tel. Tarpon Springs 937- granted. Should you fail to do as
: of BRADSHAW & ED- ZAN-HAR
VILLAGE Floral
5571. herein required then a decree City i
used TV's $25 and !up. LAKE TSALA APOPKA water- 111pCard WARDS, Plaintiff's Attorneys,
front new two bdrm. home all pro confesso will be entered
whose address is Inverness,
'. ART SUPPLIES, Oils Water masonry, lots of cupboard ofThanks Florida a copy of your written against you and this cause will FISH'n FUN 1 Mile South on U.S. 41. 2 Blocks West oa S.R. 480
1p patio and patio door 8 x proceed ex to a final
pane
space
. colors. Pastels. Brushes Palettes defenses to the Complaint in EDWARD L. JONES Owner & Developer.
Varnish. Drawing Pads. 16 service and storage bldg. said suit on or before the 27th hearing. On.La.ke Phone 7261483SNAPP
Available NOW at WALT CON- Landscaped 2 mi. N. of Her- To my Comrades and to the day of May 1963 and the original Herein fail not.

fi NOR'S OFFICE SUPPLY, In13tfc- nando on Flying Arrow Dr:, off Ladies Auxiliary of LeRoy of said written defenses shall WITNESS the hand and seal Tsala Apopka

verness. State Rt. 200. $6,250. Terms. Rooks Jr. Post 4252 VFW, and be filed with the Clerk of said of this Court on this 25 day of .
Will lease. H. CALLAHAN Ph. March, 1963.FRANCIS .
numberous
other friends wishto
Court. The of this suit
purpose front
WANT TO BUY about 500' or
726-2988. 8-tfc
WILLIAMS Clerk
i 600' used cattle wire fencing. express my deep thanks and is to quiet the title of the Plain- W. LAKE SitesNEW
Circuit Court of Citrus County. YIEY/
gratitude for kind
your thoughtsand tiffs to the property describedas
Call Bud's Citrus Centre Inverness Before you buy..See State of Florida.By .
considerations shown the HOMES
726-2101. at : FOR SALE REALTYExclusive
'I 17-2c ALIENS special birthday dinner Sundayat Lots 76. 77, 78, 79. 80 and 81 Virginia S. Williams, IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY _
: "
SALE:4sr ; POINTGospel
FOR de house the Post Home. LESS AND EXCEPT that part of Deputy Clerk FINANCING ARRANGED
trailer two bdrm.. full bath. Sincerely. said Lot 79 described as fol- Publish March 28, April 4. 11, In Sales Representatives of
SEE Our Model Homes
Contact J. WESLEY TOMBER- ( Island-Inverness) JOHN (POP) BLACKWELL lows: Commence at the north- 18 & 25, 1963. ,
LIN, 3 mi. N Hwy 44 to Norvele ALL'WATERFRONT LOTS east corner of Lot 79 and run LAKE-TSALA GARDENS INVERNESS HIGHLANDSSee
." Ave., 3 mi. to trailer. 15-3p NOTICENOTICE BEL-AIR
then along the north line
J __ $2750. & up..Terms west IS HEREBY GIVEN POINT O'WOODS
of said distance of 11.24 Us for All Purchases
FOR SALE-Two modern bdrm. Public NoticeIN Lot a that there will be introduced in

( sets, three way Comb. 24" TV, Ask your Realtor to show feet to the Point of Beginning; the 1963 session of the Legislature VAL ENTERPRISES Sales or Transfers of Equity
thence west 229.51: feet to an
one console console stereo 50 this fine or RE ESTATE OF ROBERT L. an act amending Chapter
you property intersection with the easterly Home Builders& Phones: 726-1241 or 726-2471
watt. Automatic washing machine contact Wm. MAY. Deceased.IN 59-1177 Laws of Florida,Special DevelopersUS
\i Spanjerowner( )
i Misc. items. MRS. MARY Dunnellon, Florida. THE COURT OF THE COUNTY right-of-way line of U.s. High- Acts of 1959 relating to Ho- 41 Inverness 726-2401 Mile South on U.S. Highway 41
f ANN DUNCANnexttoNazarene Hunter 9-2663"; JUDGE. CITRUS COUNTY FLORIDA way No. 41, thence south 52deg. mosassa Special Water Districtof ((1 Mi.S of Courthouse)

Church. Hernando._17-1c 14 min. 50 sec. east along said Citrus County, Florida by

FOR SALE-HOME, "Keating IN PROBATE.TO right-of-way line 165.00 feet, authorizing the District issue
;i 'M E R RITT UPHOLSTERING ALL CREDITORS thence east 40.83 feet thence bonds
Park. Brand new two bdrm.. AND PER- revenue payable from the
: Furniture and truck cushions north 29 58 min. 30 ImIIIIIIIgI111111A111lIIUHtHtlIIIEHt! IIHHUIIllIIUlIIIfJIIIHIII.IIIIIUIIWIIIIIIIIIII.IIWIlIlIIUI ..
Shop. deg. sec. j1
{large lot, tile bath electric SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS revenues derived from the op-
rebuilt.We have everything 116.55 feet the of
I r; ;kitchen, large screened patio AGAINST SAID ESTATE: east to Point eration of its public water sup-
on hand to build furniture except You and each of Beginning, all according to a and distribution and
with beautiful lake view, circle you are hereby ply system
cover, we have a fine line plat thereof of Sportmen's Park IIIUllliill.
l drive easy term BILL KEAT. notified and required to present from special assessments lev-
of samples. We have everything SubdiVisiun recorded in Plat
claims and demands as ied
ING, Floral City Fla. 13-tfc any which against properties spec-
on hand to build truck cushions Book 2, Pages 39 and 40,public
either of
you or you may have ially benefited by the acquisition -
: quickly, including cover. MERRITT'S FOR SALE--New. two b1rm. against the estate of ROBERT L. Records of Citrus County, Florida and construction of such

UPHOLSTERING SHOP masonery home carport,utility MAY deceased, late of said County system.
!t'' 2 mi. N on 41. Box 11-11 Inverness room, large lot lake privileges. and to have the agreement foundin
the Publish 11 18 25
to County Judge of Citrus April May
:: Fla._15-3p $5900, $295 down and low mon- County Florida, at his office in Official Record Book 47, Page 2, 1963. ,1I I

f BAIT thly payments.H.ROURKE Box the court house of said County at 492, Public Records of Citrus

LIVE 14 C. RFD 1.Floral City Fla. Inverness, Florida, within six calendar County Florida declared to be
17-3c null and void and of NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTO .r
no legal
SUMMER SPECIAL
months from the time of
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
FOR SALE--Two bdrm. home, the first publication of this notice. significance. hand Notice is hereby given of intention II .

Shiners 750 doz. .completely finished Jim Walter Two copies of each claim or demand and WITNESS Seal of said my Court as Clerk to apply to the 1963
at Inverness -
house needs water and septic. shall be in writing and shall Session of the Florida Legislature -
Florida
Turner Camp road section,nice state the place of residence and on this the 22nd
WormsLargest of 1963. for passage of an act relating ;' i
big lot. $50.00 down, 12 year post office address of the claimant day April to Citrus County;authorizing -

in Citrus County. Fresh financing. Call Mr. Chapman and shall be sworn to be the FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS Clerkof board of county commisSioners 51 '" ..

from worm bed to customer. Ocala. Marion 2-8118 Fri. and claimant his agent or attorneyand the Circuit Court to loan from : When it's a matter of forms....
repay any
Live bait direct from hatchery.See Mon. mornings 8:00 to 9:00 accompanied by a filing fee By Eula Mae Murphy D.C. (the
of the internal
trustees Improvement
Big Hearted Bert 17-2c Publish April 25, May 2, 9, 16, -
a.m. of one dollar and such claim or fund out of racetrack

at demand not so filed shall be void. 1963. funds received pursuant to I put It up to usl I .

GLENN'S CAMP"1st FOR SALE-26Q. frontage on Beverly C. May chapter 550 and 551. Florida

Road on Left Homosassa road next to Julian AS ANCILLARY EXECUTOR of NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Statutues; providing an effect-

Route 44 S Inverness Locklear home. Price $1600. the Estate of ROBERT L. MAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ive date.Pu15Ush. When it comes to your invokes, order

terms see M.C. SCOFIELD deceased. that undersigned,desiring April 25. 2 9.
Garland ranges, 6 burners & owner Masonic Temple building First publication April 11, 1963. engage in business under the 1963. May I .' forms, shipping labels, etc., com to us. .

grill; refrigerators stoves,antiques Inverness, Fla. Publish April 11. 18, 25, May 2. fictitious name of Koin Kleen We'll design forms to fit your business I+ke

furniture.STUFF-FER- TWIN PINESTRAILOR PARK. 1963. Laundry at Main St.,Inverness.

t SALE. Hernando. Fla. intends to register the said It pays to advertise. a glove, print them to perfection I

;New and Used Trailers. IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, name with the clerk of the circuit I I .
h CLIENT has $1000 to $1500 to
:Large trajlor lots-shade CITRUS COUNTY FLORIDA court of Citrus, County
loan real fon
on improved estate
Florida. Sacrifice
good water. Recreation bldg. ESTATE OF JEWELL D. KIN- OfferingBy

two to three years. M.C. SCO- and shuffle boards. Brooks- CAID. SR., Deceased akaJ.. Dated at Inverness, Florida, 'order ot tne Court'to r
*FIELD, Inverness. Fla. 5-tfc ville 41 D. KINCAID, this day of April 13, A.D. 1963.
___ Hwy S. 10-tfc: settle estate.
m m m m mm v William
SNAPSHOT DEVELOP at' NOTICE CREDITORS G. Barrett beoroom fully furnished

t SELLER MUSEUM and studios TO ALL PERSONS HAVING Frances K. Barrett home on good lot with com- II 1

.camera shop. Fas, courteous For Rent CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Owners plete city facilities. Short
!'quality service by experts. AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Date of first publication April walk from churches school

'U.s.t!. N. Inverness. 52-tfc You and each of you are hereby 18, 1963.Publish and shopping center. Every-
FOR SALE OR RENT--45' notified and required to file any April 18, 25, May 2. 9, thing goes at the low-low

WILL PAY cash'for: good used'boat trailer sleeps four and 110 x claims and demands which you. 1963. price of $4500.00 5E

14' 16' rLH.ANDERSON 430 lot.beautiful location.2 mi. or either of you. may have = For a letterhead From slMle ....

Thomas Motel. Inverness Fla. So. of Floral City U.S. Hwy against said estate in the officeof NOTICE Snapp Realty

, 15-3c 41. Ph. 726-2888. 17-2c County .ludge of Citrus County Notice is hereby given that ap- Inverness Highlands worthy of you . ,O ... cal.III. .
I
I Coolers. beer glasses,dishes. at his office in the Court plication will be made to the Ph. 726-1241 or 726-2471

House in Inverness Florida, 1963 Legislature of the State of
Come see. bring money that FOR RENT -Bring boat: . needs
your We precision print Bring your printing
assure
folds or jingles. STUFF-FER- within eight calendar months Florida for the adoption of a
air-conditioned by nature,quiet
g SALE. Hernando. Buy Sell or and peaceful furn. two room from the time of the first publication Special Act of the Legislature FOR SALE ing for the letterhead of to us . for quality work
of this notice. Each claimor relating to the Citrus
Trade. apt. on lake.TV,bath,twin beds. County Three Bdrm.home plus 21/2
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s FOR SALE--AKC Boxers-Just private porch, carport utilitY. and demand cbntain must the be in writing Mpsquito Control District;pro- acres of ground. Quite new your choice and we'll''' manship, dependable'
of viding "for-.and the
place resi- regulating
arrived from Oregon. Must room. $55 month. Hickory Hill and located about half way mode
reduce dence and post office addressof compensation to be paid the i gladly help you create a service, ct, I piws
stock while building. Pups Retreats, E. NEILL,Inverness. between Homosassa Springsand .
the claimant and be Board of Commissioners of said "
8 wks. old. two males 1 1/2 yrs. Ph. 726-2755. 17-tfc must Crystal River. On good: fresh, new design. creative ,pteneing.I ; .
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sworn to by the claimant his District; providing for the mile
Beautiful champion sired. Pet County road back less than

prices now. MAYNARD'S, 2 mi.E. FOR RENT--Apartment 40.00 agent shall be or void.attorney, or the same age Board and of per Commissioners diem to be paid of said the mile from l'S 19. Reasonable .L&. _ .

of Homosassa Springs on'Hwy. month at Floral City. Call 726- sJewel D. KincaidAs District; and authorizing the down payment, buy owner's I CouidqI
490. 2008. 15-tfc equity at discount you carry
17-2p Administrator of said estate. District to borrow monies and
Curtis B. Goff. of the firm of secure of bor- monthly payments of $61.40 I
Fiberglass ft MaterialsFor payment any sum
L FOR RENT--Trailer cottage on Goff and Burke rowed. per month incl. int. Write I CHRONICLEf

Boats ,Wlthlacoochee river reason-- 19 South Lake Street Publish April 11, 18. 25, May Joe L. Cobb, Inc.
able. Rt. 44 at Ed's Fish Camp. Orlando Florida 2, 1963 f Alt CITRUS COUNTY .
See 7 mi. East of Inverness. 17-1c Attorney for AdministratorFirst _Realtors

ED WHITACREIsioutel4 FOR RENT:One bdrm., Turn 1963. publication on April 11, Chronicle Advertising Parkview Fla. HU 9-2261 Bldg. or Dunnellon consult, I Box 65 Ph. 726-1441

Mildred Ossenfort. '
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\\ ,Withlacoochee River Park, Inverness, Fla. 2. 1963. ., 'w URHH lRRHlIIHlHHHIRII IIIIIIHI f--- 1IRI!. UUIII JnrTTfijr1111I1 I 1
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.T Florida United State Senator Senate: Appropriations committee -
Spessard Holland has Indicatedhe of which Senator Holland , ,' Green Ho SI.t.. LIIdscJtIiIcP

will push for funds allocationto a member. '- n 795-2917. Ausiiless Hours..7 Day'a Week.
pursue the cross-Florida Adjunct to the canal project
barge canal project. Senator will be another funds requestof Great Variety of Plants"81 Services. Everything Priced to Sell.'

Holland has indicated he will $250,000 to be earmarked for 1 Wediea14N4 Crystal It Crystal Rtvw
request one million dollars immediately initial planning of a Four Rivers
appropriated to begin Basin flood control and land:
BY NELSON SHORT
canal totcst action. The requestfor conservation program. These -
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funds Will be made to the programs are of special interest
and Citrus CHURCH OF CHRIST
importance
County since the canal, when "Dost thou love life? Then do COUNTY-WIDE-DllEaOlY I
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'WASHDAYYAS completed will cross the county a+ not squander time,for that is the
with locks to be constructed at stuff life is made of."-Poor

Dunnellon and Inglis. Richard's Almanac Benjamin LOANS Up To $600.
NEVER EASIER The history of this project has 4. 1 I Franklin. Paul admonishes us to Naylor I Hill
be busy "redeeming the time
been one of controversy and delay LOAN ON -
at the level of the federal (buying up the opportunity) because AUTO, FURNITURE

government. An original starton the days are evil" (Eph. SIGNATURE."Let FIII'kt..
5:16))
a similar project was madein
1931 in the Ocala area onlyto Science has been able to add a
be dropped after some minor number of years to the span of Us Help You Solve CmtncUrsPh.
excavating work had been done. life but the greatest question of Your Money Problems"Crystal >>
Since then the project has been the day is not how to add yearsto RiverFinance
presented on many occasions life but how to add life tc 726Pii. .. 1UN

only to be shelved under pres- years. There is a vast differ- Corp.HWY. 7262825'

Y sure from major lobby groups. GETTING WELL EQUIPPED is the Floral City Volunteer Fire Department. Three of the depart ence between existing and usingone's .Inverness.
Much groundwork has been done ment's leaders are pictured here with the practically new fire truck and the unit's rescue vehicle time well. One may exist 19
in interest of the project and (right). From left to right are Fire Chief Homer Sharp treasurer Henry Pate and assistant chief fourscore years and never Next to Florida>> Pa>>.er
._1 recently the project has gained CJ. Hall. --photo by Nancy Webb really live, due to waste of life
favorable from or time. Muthuselah was 969
much support
years old when he died, but he
and other interested -
.1. Panasoffkee newspapers agencies in the state. Firemen Endorse may have lived very little in one Mason Tractor Co IvtUfafMittrids
sense. There is no record of his
having accomplished one thing.
Laundromat
KlLLSPANLSH OSMTAl Concerning him the Bible Ford Tractors
Sales Bill
Open 24 Hours ,A Day MOSSFlorida Tax earth states for that 969 he years.was here on the Agricultural&Industrial

(I 7 Days A Week Pest Control FLORAL CITY--At a meetingof room almost completed.It (We live in deeds not years; EquipmentBrooksvjlle
the Volunteer Fire Department was noted that a 1,000 gallon in thoughts not breaths; In
14 miles from.Inverness Phone 62y-,3617: a committee report by tank truck has been given the ADMISSIONS feelings, not figures on a dial. Fla. Electrical Supplies
Highway 470S at Lake Pana- Ocala, Florida Gerry W. Cross was applaudedby department by John Zellnerand WING IRoben We should count time by heart Lumber Paint
soffkee. the firemen. The report was that a local resident had paintedthe E. Barnes, Inverness throbs. He most lives Who Phone 796-2316 Roofing MaterialsPlumbers'
in response to a proposal to Rep. Civil Defense truck now thinks most feels the noblest
Naydene L. Savary Inverness
A.R. Strickland and Sen. JamesE. being repaired by the county. A Donna Martin, Inverness acts the best.) Supplies
I Connor for a legislative bill rescue car has been purchasedby Ruth Lightfoot Inverness Thomas Edison said "Timeis Tile Saw
requesting sales tax exemptionfor the firemen and two resuscitators Joseph Jenriette Floral City the most important thing in Appliances Builders' Hartiware
John all volunteer fire depart one for adults and One the world." Time is the best Admiral and Kelvinator
Ray W. Johnson, Inverness ia
Everything BuiUiag
.' ments in the state. for children have been acquired. Lola Bellamy HernandoAda remedy for our heartaches and Washers DryersTV
; The proposal was accepted and .. Kobnop Inverness ills. In time Joseph forgot his Stereo & Hi-Fi Materials
placed in the hands of a memberof The department is planning to Catherine Petty Inverness toil and affliction (Gen. 41'4'). ,
the Finance and Appropria- have a course in first aid as Time is the most efficient de- See us for Complete
WING
D. tions Committee from Dade soon as an instructor is avail- tectiVe to uncover error and Home Furnishings
Joe Broughton, Inverness
County and is slated as Senate able. The class will be givenbythe DISCHARGESWING bring truth to light. Many of the Crystal River kildtf'sSupply
Bill No. 156. Cross said.It Red Cross.A valuable things of life whichare Phone 795-2489
was voiced as a"go dbill", monthly dues accessment of Donna I Martin lost can be regained but
Law since all volunteer fire depart- two dollars per member was J. Waterman TrefethamOrin time cannot be gotten back. SkinnersFurniture Co.
ments are dependent upon their discontinued at this meeting. W. Ford Character may crumble to pieces -
communities for The has been and be built
respective operating department oper- John St. Clair up again. Health
expenses."and fire on these dues for several may be lost and regained. Lost
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Robert E. Barnes Stores Ga., Ala. & Fla. CRYSTAl. RIVER, PLA.
departments are expensive to months to the fund drive., 'friends may be regained
LP. Gas & Appliance Dealer operate:. prior Nadyne Delver Savary ones won. But time cannot or new be Sandran Floor CoveringsWoodward
E. Thayer
A committee report from'the James Roy Bellamy recalled. When once it is gone
Ruth
Lightfoot
Serving Inverness fund drive showed more than it is gone forever.
Annie Lou Sims RealtyOn Willi s.tk
'J $200 for the months of March Wins Spelling Bee BIRTHS (The clock of live is wound but
and April to date. The men expressed Bringing spelling bee honors once. And no man has the power
Crystal River and Homosassa Area to WING I
appreciation to the local Booker T. Washington School n To Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hatfield. To tell just when the hands will U. S. Route 19 Tmk Ct.Pumping .
citizens who are respondingto the district contest heldatBrooksville Crystal River a girl 41963.To stop At late or early hour.
the unit's drive Now is the CRYSTAL' RIVER
foroperating was James Roy Mr. & Mrs. Robert David only time you own! Service & Repairs
expenses. Live love toil with HOMES LOTSACREAGE
Bellamy. Young Bellamy repre- Roddenberry Crystal River a a will;
CALLUS Mrs. Eleanor Bonifield local sented the senior department of girl 4-19-63. Place no faith in tomorrow For
I artist, presented the department the hands then be *
the school as local winner and DEATHS: WING I may still.) Buy and Sell Lintels Sills
with a colored of the
map was second place winner in the
Mary L.Williams(Mrs.Arthur) Precast Steps
community including roads district event. Others from the 62. Hernando. The darkest hour in any man's With Confidence
leading into subdivisions. Pre- local school who placed third in WINGll life is when he sits down to plan DONALD J. McBRiDE Business Phoae! 726- '191HofRe

BrooksvillePhone 796-2341 siding said the chairman would A.M.Anderson the district spelling bee were Joe Broughton Inverness ((82 how to .get money without earningit. Reg. Real Estate Broker Phone 72(- 2942
be
framed
map Lois . .
Burns and Wendell Alex Horace
years) Greeley Route 1 Soutfe laTH.....
and placed in,the new meeting were ?_ Phone 795-2652 ,

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: : from Brooksville. had ever seen.Created thority and now appears on all
," 1I and wild game in part as a vacation navigational strip map of the
; came under their area for Florida and the deep- Orlando flying area. The field
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a recent letter to south, River Lakes Manor already has also gained sanction from
: ff i commended him on has an operational air- the Aircraft Owners' and Pilots'
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ip yY. r f y project stating it was strip which has been approvedby Association, a nation-wide or-
I finest these experts the Federal Aeronautics Au- ganization of professional and
amateur aviation enthusiasts.
; U _, Work will commence withintwo
L w4tU weeks on the initial design
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of the Nine
lay-out golf course.
;- holes will be built initially and

-- .. plans call for a 27-hole championship -
1"1 course at a later date.
; Recreational facilities also
",:. PLENTY OF PULCHRITUDE, or if that word stumps you "loveliness". And there was lots of it 'j call for riding stables now op-
t Friday night in the Citrus High School auditorium, where the sub-district FFA Sweetheart contest erating hunt and gun club skeet
r.. was being held. It was a tough decision for perplexed judges, who,finally came up with Beverly : and archery ranges, swimming
;,, Carlton (seated), Ocala senior, as sub-district "Sweetheart Other young ladies competing-and pools and tennis courts. These
doing a nice job of it, too--were, left to right: Vicki Sylvester of Lake Weir. Betty Sue Williams facilities will operate on a re-
of Crystal River Dixie McLaughlin of North Marion, and Jeanne Stillfried of Citrus High. Jeannehas stricted basis for property own-
I been the Citrus chapter's "Sweetheart" for the past two years and came close to being sub- .,
district choice this year. Betty Sue baked a cherry pie for the judges, which no doubt raised her ::.:;, ers.Mr.. Gignac's master plan
points. Beverly was chapter sweetheart her sophomore year. -staff photo ,::, #'",,},. > -i- calls for retention of many acres -
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..,ff' ."liIa! '. ..:".:rM". . "'1"t',.. ..4.",:: .. ; This wooded area is made up of
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;: bage palms, etc. Hunters will
JTt t" Of find dove wild turkey, jack-
snipe, quail, duck and wil boar.A .
feeding program, intended to
attract deer back to the area, is
: planned by the developer.This .
SCENE, INDEED-This scenic picture is from the beautiful tract of scenic
Paul BGignacrealestatedeveloperand builder, who Florida land was used for the
4,000 acres of land just north of Hernando in Citrus outdoor shots of a movie made
F' : < Lakes Manor emcompasslng 4,000 acres,features during the past eight months in
x ideas and bids to become one of Florida's Citrus county. The movie made
residential and recreation areas. by a commercial firm,was sold
recently to Walt Disney and will
Keep Project be announced for release at an
early date. One of the sets for
this movie, an old "Cracker"
Oppose shack, still stands and it certainly -
conveys the image of old-

Tax Increase Florida.After listening carefully to

w ;t: Mr. Gignac's plans one can but
: : t' conclude that here is a man of
( spectively'g' --Meeting in regu- from suggestions for the beef- forethought, ability and good
last Thursday night, promotion campaign.In judgment who is willing to takea
County Cattlemen's addition to Mrs. Williams "long chance" to create an
adopted a resolu- wife of Ass't County Ag. Agent area for living that will compli-
any increase in Royce Williams, are Mrs. Ka- ment both the resident and the
ti as proposed by the butch vice president; and area it will occupy.Brownies .

THEY WERE GOOD, and the judges ranked them first in the sub-district FFA parliamentary pro- commissioners. Eloise Van VanNess,secretaryand
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cedure competition. The Citrus chapter lads, obviously well aware of what they're talking about hike would be three treasurer. To Visit
;include (left to right, seated) Lonnie Nichols, Kenny.Lancaster Bobby Henigar: (standing 1-r) Preceding the business meet- 'Six Gun Territory.n.e
'David Roberts, Jack 'Edson i,.and Fred Whitelaw;'s-Wtftelsnrarthe rostrunr. Presidenrof the money would be used ings of the two organizations:
local chapter, Fred was also judged winner in the public speaking contest. He was a close first fallout shelters, Ur- members enjoyed a barbecueand chairman of the recent-
runner-up in the state competition last year losing out by only three points.staff photo an auditorium, a covered dish supper. Scout cookie sales commeatedoa
setup, and county the excellent Job Girl Scouts
Seven Schools Represented The measures are and Brownies did in selling
and will be voted on by VFVV Auxiliary Sets above their quota, says Mrs.
as individual items Chicken Dinner Val Infantino this week. Brown-
FFA referendum. ies sold 900 boxes of cookies,
Citrus Wins Laurels
have the opportunity
HERNANDO--The Ladies Aux- making $45 for their troop.
on which, if any,of the iliary to LeRoy Rooks VFW Post This money will be used for a
they wish to vote for picnic to "Six Gun Territory"this
4252
will sponsor a fried chicken -
dinner Saturday night at the Saturday. Five leaders and
In! Sub-District Contest Medlin' secretary of post home Highway 200 northof four mothers will accompanythe
s group, said the Hernando. The dinner will children. The group plans to
was in favor of the
leave from the school bus
get under way. at 5 o'clock d by at
Seven schools from Citrus and were held first Friday afternoon the Citrus chapter. Anthony'steam but that members did will be served by the auxiliary. 9:45 a.m. and return around
I, Marion counties were repre- with top honors going to was also a close runner- added millage is ne Proceeds from the feed will go 4:45.Jenny
sented by their respective Fu- the Citrus High FFA chapter. up to the Citrus team in the toward the building fund. Smith celebrated her
ture Farmers of America chap- Fred Whitelaw, who barely parliamentary procedure Judg- auxiliary, birthday at last week's Brownie
ters at the sub-district contest missed capturing the state honor headed up by Summer Leagues meeting. World Friendship
held at Inverness last Friday. in public speaking last year, ing.In the tractor handling phase Williams,have de were presented to 33 girls.
Participating were Citrus and was again selected sub-district of the contest,first place honors their project of Cpen At Alleys Donating: refreshments for
Crystal River high schools from winner. Fred was also one of went to Charlie Hunter of Red- the further edu- Leagues are open for summer the girls' Easter party were
Citrus County and Ocala,North six chapter members awarded dick (North Marion). The Red- ; selected agricul- bowling at Sportsman's Bowl Mrs. Lester Cook and Mrs.
Marion Lake Weir and Anthony first place in the parliamentary dick chapter also was judged from Citrus and Inverness. Gordon Tyner. Mothers serving
from Marion County. procedure competition best in the quartet and string high schools. There are vacancies In all were Mrs. Connors and Mrs.
The public speaking and parl- John Yongue of the Anthony band entries. The only other Rooks and Mrs. leagues of the summer pro- Harman. ____
iamentary procedure phases of chapter was runner-up to schools taking part in thequartet were selected for gram. Interested bowlers are
h sub-district competition Whitelaw, who is president ofDavenport's : and string band competitionwere committee. urged to sign up immediately SUBSCRIBE TO
Crystal River and An- Steak for Fath- for the summer program. THE CHRONICLBCONFEREN.CECLOSING
thony. was the slogan chosen
Friday evening in the Citrus
I SINCLAIR High School auditorium,the climaxing -
phase of the sub-dis
Main Street across from Court HouseComplete trict contest was held this be- OFFKE I
ing competition for the FFA .
Sweetheart. Five young ladies
participated with Beverly Car-
Service. lton being judged winner. Miss ,
,,, s Y ? Craig Holt, a competent auto Carlton, Ocala High senior wasa r:: .. .
mechanic on duty 7:30 to very close winner over highly
5:00 daily. rated Jeanne Stillfried of Citrus
High. Both girls have been local
t All Work Guaranteed. Sweethearts previously. Also
/ Free Estimate on any auto highly competitive were Betty s: -tee
) repair job. Sue Williams of Crystal River,
Vickie Sylvester of Lake Weir,
and Dixie McLaughlin of North
Marion. Miss Williams delighted -
judges with her homemade
fact that the hospital facilitiesare
stored at least 30 miles
# from the center perimeter tar-,
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Land is under agreement with
the Public Health Service as
local custodian.The .
health department will be
responsible for the setting up of 1wPENINSULAR
these hospitals in a given emer
gency. Included in these pack-
aged facilities are equipmentfor
four operating rooms.a 15-
f kwt generator that will light up
nine rooms, a 1500-gallon nylon ABSTRACT COMPANY
water storage tank, and complete -
X-ray equipment plus 200 Uveraess Fkrkk
i army cots, bed linens blankets ,
pillows and surgeon gowns and Established 1921 ....... 730-194
about $4,000 worth of blood ex-
_. n penders. FRANK D. SANDERS. FOUNDER MM. lhAAMC 1 KBNNBDYBXBCUTirSYl
Dr. Harold Bonifield county MRS. MARGARET C. ROMINE, SECRETARY :\
.: :) health officer will attend one-
: ", --- N: day training course in St. I Exclusive Agent ia Citrus coy Ptorttt. br'fide
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2 Bedrooms Kitchen with built-in range and oven. Custom cabinets Ceramic -. Petersburg next month to familiarize & Trust Company of Florida of Jaek.o. ills, PlftrUt
tile bath colored fixtures Lifetime tile roof Water well pump and tank Onl himself with the hospital :
1248 square feet under roof. May be seen In Lockshire Park.'rile equipment and county health
department nurses will attend
Homo So Unique It Defies Comparison $8 1,950. later. TITLE I NSURAHCE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Said Mrs. Land: "I am grate-
Quality Costs No More At ... ful that the county commissioners
OH Yovr Lot and city councilman are Not a branch or any other kind of shoof-lts the real "McCoy".M.mber

Inverness Construction Co. farsighted enough to have made
Phone 726-2738: Box 236. Inverness, Fla. possible the storage space for American TIlIo. Association FtoriJf" Tfflo AowdatlM
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cheers for the Kiwanis Club,for its interest in a shuffle Gentlemen:

board court in city park. We're glad someone finally has found Enclosed herewith find my ;< \ 10 2 BR Trailer $32V554.09per
interest enough to do something more than talk about it. Since FIVE YEARS AGO TENYt.ARSAGO check for $4.50 to renew the
coming here last June this editorial writer has heard comment RUSHIN'ROULETrE' Five seniors at Citrus High Sen. James E. Connor says he subscription to the Chronicle. > Month,
upon comment about the need for shuffle boards in Inverness. But School have signified their intentions has decided to introduce a bill Pease send it to the above ad-
talk was about all we heard although we know of at least one of entering the new jun- to make illegal the gigging of dress instead of to Mrs. Lura ( e' I I
petition last fall that was being circulated with a long list of ior college at Ocala. fish from the head of Chassa- Carter.
names of residents wanting such facilities.We There will be a two or three howitzka River down to the old Both of us enjoy your paper 1 r I .
week delay in starting a fish railroad trestle, a distance of very much and it keeps us in

understand that the city park once offered shuffle boards. survey of Lake Tsala Apopka, about one and threequartermiles. touch with the activities in Inverness &JC : US 441
We're told that these were done away with because they were not it was learned this week. and the nearby cities.
being used. We're also told that the reason they were removedwas An alligator drowned a little Crystal River defeated Citrus Thanking you for advising us Ocala, Fla.ph .

because they were poorly constructed in the first place and I black and white fox terrier in a 8-4 for the Pirates' sixth con- that it is time to renew the : 6294818AUVLRTXbiliN
weren't used. Who could secutive victory over the subscription, I am.
I wouldn't hold up. No wonder they being "-.' canal at Homosassa last week.
play shuffle board on dilapidated, weed-infested courts? About : : -. Martha Reeves, sixth graderat 'Canes. Hough of CR and Sch- Respectfully yours
the only purpose they served was to make people yearn for a good Crystal River, won.the district midt of Inverness each hit Mildred E. Files
IC1CBEER
l threebaggers.Mrs. TU2 CmO
court. spelling bee at Brooks-
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In our opinion, an adequate shuffle board court, constantly in 0 0ddr ville.Bulletin: A federal loan of elected president of the Floral
use by our senior citizens in fun and competition certainly $162,000 to the City Inverness City Woman's Club.
appeals more to the eyes of passers-by than do parked cars, a for use in construction of new The Citrus Chapter FFA has
cold piece of war equipment, or imposing structures.Inverness ; sewage facilities has just been been selected district winner in
is indeed fortunate to have a park situated so centrally. We're 1 approved, Congressman Syd the National FFA chapter
prone to believe that our retired residents could make much 1 1 Herlong told the Chronicle by leadership award on coopera-

better use of it than by sitting in on a game of dominoes now and phone this morning.The tion.
then. Births; a daughrer,Betty Nor ?
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Why the City doesn't provide these recreational facilities wedon't 7 vn with Lee Sheffield, chairman. Gilstrap. _
know. The need is evident. .But if the Kiwanians wish to Dad Obituary: Charles Jackson Tommy Dixon as the frog
take it and install and maintain these prince, and Judy Yandle, the :
as a community project . Harris, 77; native of Carroll \\T ,
shuffle boards, then we commend them for it and assure them County Va. princess, starred in"the operetta

they are performing a worthwhile service.Apparently club members . . .. Citrus Chapter FFA won first "The Frog Prince, at the local
as others, have wondered why othermunicipal1tiesprovide " place in two events at the FFA elementary school Friday night. \4\\\ iir U
these useful recreational facilities for their older residents and sub district contest held at A constitution outlining the objectives - 'E
of the newlyformedCattlemen's ii
Inverness does not.UHolley's. Tit* fravWars Solely S. vk. Brooksville. John Conway won 14
Association has
the public speaking contest,and been drawn up. About 41 catle-

40,500 persons killed In highway accidents in 1962. the chapters's parliamentary men have paid their dues and it \\I'LiJ1\

.... procedure team also won. is hoped the membership can \ :
Folly! : :::::'. ,. The CR Pirates defeated the be pushed to 75. .
Hurricans of CHS 6-5 Friday in City Council instructed Councilman -
So'me.Congressmen'si dreams appear to US more like night- the first 'Canes loss in seven John Grant this week to \\Lt '_J.
mares. We are constantly amazed at some of the fantastic I' games. Kofmehl, pitching for call a meeting of the City Plan-
"visions" some of our legislators pop up with ever so often. 1 the winners, struck out 11 men. ning Board at an early date for
We even wonder if they don't have script writers working for I The longest hit he allowed was preliminary consideration of a i %

them..used ones from old comedy shows. 1 Says Albert Jordan's double. .zoning ordinance..

The Idea now being rolled around in Tallahassee-and we're
disappointed to note that our own Rep. A.R. "Baldy" Strickland UNCLE LEM Says - I- IN FLORIDA
is one of the rollers-seems to us to be one of the most fantasticyet Here... .
dreamed up. It proposes a overseas highway from near By Bob Tannehill IS A NATURALFrom
Tallahassee to near St. Petersburg-completely across the ,,- DEAR MISTER EDITOR: wanted to git married.The good
Zeke Grubb's preacher come Parson said he dodged that one,
fantastic!
Gulf of Mexicol! Indeed,
This Is National Library Week. standpoint. For even with the byrthe country store Saturday to In fact, he told the fellers, nature's light grain comes sparkling, light beer. .

So aptly referred to as "Holly's Folly", this measure (House and while we reserve the rightto point system, judges rated two night, announced hehad been the only real safe advice he ever Florida's traditional beverage of moderation.. . it's Kght
of It
throw the book at a librarian the pretty contestants even.
Bill 669)) was introduced by Rep. Charles Holley of St. Peters- when because of the was a matter of deciding which away a couple days on businessfer heard a preacher give on per- sparkling, delicious
burg. Surprisingly enough (we're amazed!) the bill carries as of necessary material occasionally lovely and talented girl woulddo the Lord. He was called sonal matters come from a new And naturally, the Brewing Industry in Florida Is proud of
type back, he reported, to one of his pastor to his flock the first Sun
co-sponsors such names as Rep. Strickland of Citrus, Rep. different circumstances in taxes to the state
getting into the hands of young- best under fun- the more than 527,820.935 it contributes
O'Neill and Bill old churches to preach the day:
Frank Marshburn of Levy, Reps. William sters, we realize that librariesand at the state contest (if eral fer a member of the con- "Brethren and sisters, they is of Florida each year. . money that helps support our
of Marion..even Speaker of the House Mallory Horne.
Chappell librarians are doing a ter- lucky enough to get there).Any gregation that was knowed in certain people you need to git schools our hospitals, and our roads. to Florida, !Net !belongs

Why Is such a proposal fantastic?Why is it so ridiculous? Let's rific job. The mistakes they way, congratulations to JeanneStillfried..don't them parts as about half sinner acquainted with in carrying on . .enjoy it.

begin by asking some questions of our own: How much money make, like newspapers the are so ......quit. now. and half saved. The good parsons the Lord's work. You ought to
over-shadowed
does the state have for highways? Doesn't it seem logical that service they provide.by Our great hats Compliments about the county said he doubted afellercouldbehalfandhalf git acquainted with the High t\; UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, 1+tC.
in this matter but Sheriff and a few storesthat
there are many roads and highways in the State of Florida that grocery
off 'em. this week have been exceeded \PEl
are to paper the -
.could be put to a far better use? Why not repair some of the ....... only by those concerningthe he wasn't there long enough to operates on timepayment FLORIDA DIVISION
and fer
roads and highways we now have? How much would such an argue agin public opinion. plan, goodness
The Sunday newspaper magazine improved appearance a- Anyhow, he told the fellers, sake, git acquainted with the
suchas
endanger highway plans (
overseas highway project present
carried an interesting article round this old newspaper build Bankl"
widening and improving Highway 19, for example)? What is about "What Were The 4 ing. Slowly but surely The they had a might good crowd at Yours truly,
the need for such a dream highway in the first place? the Church. Folks in that sec-
Last Books You Read? Can Chronicle is assuming a long- tion, he reported, come to fun- UNCLE LEM .
remember? This is an needed look of rejuvination.And
you easy
Like the AAA (see story elsewhere in today's Chronicle we task for us because we don t there will be more improve- erals like they do weddings and Russia leads tbe world inhorse 1 Get Rid OfIRONRED
'em
find it difficult to imagine a toll road way out in the Gulf of have the chance to read many ments as the months go by.Oth- homecomings. It gives a population having well over 15
Mexico to be feasible when one proposed almost parallel to it--: and can remember about all of er businesses and landowners in chanct to gossip about their million horses. Brazil, China,
but on land--was abandoned just recently by the Florida Turnpike them.; Keeping np with the neWs; \ the; immediate :vicinity inl t. neighbors and talk about.- the. Argentina are next, with: the US
_Authority. This was a suggested highway from Wildwood to local, state, national'and international take note. crops. running in fifth place with Mexico. M '
Tallahassee by way of Dunnellon Chiefland and Perry, des- is enough reading fora He allowed as how his departed .
cribed by the Authority as "extremely long range and which newspaperman..although it i letter To EditorSirs friend would've been mighty orDISCOLORED
pleased to see all the fuss they
cannot be seriously recommended for study at this time. would do all well to read
us
: made over him.They buried him r tr WATER
books
occasionally.
We haven't as yet had the opportunity to confer with Rep. Strick- But some when good? We hear of people We are interested to know why in a cemetery 8 mile from_the Land Surveying
land, but we are anxious to determine reasoning for support- reading dozens of books and of late you fail to cover Hernan- Church and while they was going with our water
ing what appears to be a "real weird" legislative measure. Of !playing lots of golf, but we sur- do personal (or social)news.Up from. the Church to the grave, Subdivisions.
all people, we should think "Baldy" would battle such an idea until recent months you have always said the Parson, all cars stopp-
-with all his resources. "Holley's Folly" is fantastic,indeed; and mise that they're leastwise not newspaper not edit- had a personal news col- ed along the road. Farthermore, Timber Estimates Soft***, and
reporters, he told the fellers, they let the
Strickland's support of it Is puzzling. umn for Hernando.We
ors. ....... hear complaints all around departed ride through red lights J. J. Fussell Flaring Svtct m
about the omission of Hernando and' put his name in the local 1
We have a letter to the editor
and social news.Otherwise paper.It .
personals
from a Homosassa Springs man Registered SurveyorBox
Great Job allowedthe
Doing you publish a darned was a great pity,
who didn't sign his name. The good Parson that folks waits tilla
paper.Respectfully
letter school consoli- YES YES
concerns
man is dead afore he can gita 402 Box 154
During the past week we have gotten an even closer observationof dation. We'd like to publish It. D.C. Stutler kind word or deed. They'll Bushnell Inverness, Fla.
the tremendous job certain agencies are performing with Citrus but we must have the name. Hernando, Fla. catch him walking down the road Ph. 793-2434 726-2124
County young folks. We're referring to the county agricultural We get a number of good let- (Editor's Note: Thankyou. Until while he's living and try to run ( YESGafvarazsd&PtosticPiftt
office, the county home demonstration office, the high school ters, but many of them are un- recent months The Chroniclehas over him, then pull off the road
agricultural and home economics departments, etc. signed, or the writer requests had a correspondent in Her- and stop when he's coming along

they not be.published....... nando.Those items may still be dead. It would be mighty nice,
During the past week we have observed demonstrated talents by called in or we would welcome a he claimed, if a pore feller
county youths who are actively engaged in Future Fanners of Enjoyed delicious blackberry capable correspondent.) could git a preview of his funeral U55cunt .
America and 4-H Club projects.My,but we adults should be proud cobbler the other evening,made while he was still here to appre-
and pleased with their achievements I We would take this oppor- with berries grown right herein Electric Face-Patter ciate it.OD and Full Line of
flttiRp
these and for their accomplishments. Citrus County. We know of a
tunity to commend boys girls : the home front, he an- I d dddd
And also their leaders..the agents, the teachers, and gentleman who's got a beautiful Yet, Of All Things! nounced, a few members of his
parents. All are doing a great job. patch of blackberries and is 'The 166 different electrical congregation was having their Lawn Mower & Out Board Motors Ripairid
ready to get into the growing appliances available for home troubles. Fer instant, he said .
Here is a work which can well be applied to future adulthood. business full steam. Read about use in America today will be Rule Zinder come to him fer

What is more important for a boy who wishes to become a farmeror it in next..week's..... Chronicle. awarded as the grand prize on advice, said his old lady was dd
rancor to have the proper opportunities to learn and do the night-time TV show. The x gifting so crabby he was lookingfer
through practical application? And how about these public So far the State Road Depart- Price Is Right,' this Friday her to bite his head off. .
speaking and parliamentary procedure programs for training ment hasnt.removed the badly night" reports J. Shirley He said-he told Rufe that was ddd .d WHITE DISTRIBUTING CO.No.
any youngster? What better education can a young lady receive needed traffic light on Main Gracy, senior vice president of the reason they wrote "Fez I d .
for her future benefit than that of learning how to cook sew, Street. There has been some Florida Power Corp. worse" in the wedding rites,
grow flowers etc.? discontent with the City's replacing Gracy said that a11166 ap- cause they knowed things would Apopka Ave. Old Seaboard Depet
the signal at S. Apopka, pliances were displayed by the git worse from time to time.He
fail consider what wonderful serviceis with some business folk desir- Electrically"' JL.- Phone 726-1622
Sometimes we to just a "Live Better told the fellers confidential that
'provided to our youngsters of today. Such programs as men- ing it at the bank corner. One program at the national sales he didn't take no sides with .
tioned above are far superior, in our estimation than many of person angrily voiced her belief conference of the Edison Elect-* Rufe in the matter, that the last
the other programs being instituted in today's schools. All one that it should go up in front of ric Institute in Chicago. time he got mixed up in a fam-
has to do Is attend some of these FFA and 4-H programs to the Coffee Kettle. Well, it's a Among the new or more unusual ily fight he got the "worse"
really see what opportunities today's boys and girls have for fact that a traffic light can't be home uses of electric appliances -: part.

learning and doing.It's a good program and we commend them all. installed at all three places. in the grand prize are And Hezekiah Adams come to
The SRD apparently feels the cradle-rocker, electric scis-
a him fer advice about his daughter -
city doesn't even need one such sors, carving knife, and face- reported she was 17 andVollswagen
s What Cuban Policy? signal. We are positive it does patter for removing wrinkles. .
and we support the city council'sdecision Public Notice .
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to put it back at S.Ap- .': .
While we commend Sen. Spessard Holland and President Kennedy opka..where it will do the most .. 'i-.
for reminding the Cuban refugees-and others of us who good.
sometimes forget--that the United States decides her own foreign ....... Effective Immediately -
policy, we are nevertheless beginning to wonder just what this It's a small world. While out
policy is. And while we don't cherish the thought of refugee hit at the golf course the other

and run tactics being planned and manipulated from our own evening (to take a picture,mind Service ;
Green's Fuel Gas
IS A DIFFERENCEjit
shores, we marvel the Administrations"couHn'tcare'less"attitude you), we observed!: a group of. THERE .
about the growing menace in Cuba. insurance men on the greens.
All were top-notch salesman : (either Bulk or Bottle)
Certainly we might just as well go it all the way if we're goingto enjoying an allexpensepaidvacation Try Our Service .
allow these refugees to carry on their own little skirmishes in Citrus County (they .
little
for
from within this country. But while we contend the exiles should were quartered at beautiful Trained Can be installed as as -

never have been allowed the freedom to use our country for Crystal Lodge). We were very Factory
their own launching.grounds in the first place we believe he pleasantly surprised to find that TechniciansAS '
United States ought to have taken a more defined policy with two of the men were from our 0
regard to Castro s and Khrushchev's sinister designs so close old hometown in North caro-

to our doorstep.It lina. They love it here and planto
bring their wives down in the $
is agreed that Castro must go. 'The big question seems to be near future. "
when. We know that the Cuban exiles would do it now, by any **..... .

means, no ,matter what the costs.The Cuban exiles are tough Selecting winners of contestsin
& Trucks
dedicated, willing to gamble-even to the point of rashness.So which pretty young ladies Makes teed Cars

Is Red Chine. But such a position doesn't make civilization compete has always been a privilege -
any better off. United States officials are less urgent about it, which ve have greeted
to the dismay of all of us who would like to see something done with somewhat miXed reception.In iiil

about Cuba.Realizing. has most relived cases us,of the otherwise point system Green's Fuel Gas Service

that Cuba is only one danger point and this country ficult decisions. Selecting the-
has commitments to allies all around the world we wonder if sub-district FFA Sweetheartlast Inc. \
Turnipseed Imports
the United States has ever had a threat so close In these modern. Friday night; was one of 101 South Pine St. Inverness Phone 726-1111
nuclear times. Says the State Department: 'The United States those "Uurned if you do,durned
cannot co-exist with a Soviet satellite in this hemisphere. but if you don't" type of things. On 1215 S. Pins St. Ocala Fla. 622-3258 .
this Is exactly what its been doing for four years and seems to top of that it was a most difficult
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CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE April 25, 1963 3-B


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I Horse Clubbers Ride, Local Woman In M
eeds'R.ecorded. hi Area Continues Sign Vandalism
Picnic With ParentsThe State Golf Meet : : *" _

4-H Horse Club to k a trail Marian Schoen,Sportsmen's 11LORALCrIY--Roac1sidesign Floral City Highway, were destroyed re -
>14'ride one day last week.Mr.and Park Inverness, is playing in April 9 through April 16, 1963 ness i Highlands. "2 vandalism continued! over the during either the early

Mrs. Mike Van Ness and Mr. the Florida State Amateur Wo- Parsley's Trailer Sales Inc. Citrus County Land Bureau Inc past weekend in the Moral City late evening hours of Saturdayor
and Mrs. donConsidineaccom- men's golf tournament this to J. Bouchard &Mrs.J.Evans, to Richard W. & Margaret M. -: area, with the report of numerous the early morning hours of 111r I"r'I'

panied the youthful riders on week. The tournament is being Lot 6, Block 8, Unit 1, Apache Walsh, Lots 17 to 21 both incl., signs being shot at, ripped Sunday. It was reported that !
their pleasant journey. played: in Orlando. Shores. Block 37, Unit 2,Inv.Highlands. from the ground and torn apart.At five signs in all were damagedor :

Meeting a t Rosemary Lut- Mrs. Schoen qualified on Mon- B.M. & Donnie B. Lovell to Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc least one SRD sign was removed destroyed.This .. .
trell's home on Trails End day and has won her matches Allen Griffin: Lot 12, Block 122 to Wilfred Sephton.Lots 13 to 20 from its proper place. action follows reports of .. .
Road, the group rode to the against good competition. Town of Homosassa. 'both inc., Block 72, Unit 2, Signs of Males Sunshine Point, earlier sign destruction in the -" ,
cove. At noon other parents met Charlie A. &Hortense P.Hed- Inverness Highlands. Lakeside Trailer Park and Lake Bradley area of Floral.

them in airboats for lunch. The It took 20,000 workmen 20 rick to Ernest H. Tebby, ,Lot Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc Keating Park, located on the old City

tired, but happy, riders got 225 Unit 3, River Gardens. to Lillian S. and/or Gladys S.
to build the
Mahal.
home around 4:30 p.m. years Taj Arlene Statom to Egera Les- Oilier. Lots 55 to 58 both incl & Easterly 17' of Lot 110 Block C.W. & Corinne K. Hill to r

lie; Lot 2. Block 6, Finney's Block 60 and 90 to 93 incl., 146 Unit 9, Inv. Highlands. George A. & Pearl A. White;

Addition to Floral City. Block 62, Unit 2,Inv.Highlands. CitruS County Land Bureau, Land in Parsons Point Additionto
Have your fire-extinguisher rechargedby Ray & Elizabeth A. Robertsonto Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc Inc. #2 to Angela Governale; Hernando.
Joseph Katz & Louis Lackey, to Camillo D. Orsini; Lots 1 to Lots 5 to 8 both incl.,Block 167, Thomas V. & Frances Infan-

the Floral Volunteer FireDepiJ1nent Lots 4 & 5, Block 5, Unit 2, 7 both, inc.. Block I, Unit 6, Unit 9, Inverness Highlands. tino to W.B.&Jonnie Crenshaw, e
City Hickory Hill Retreats. Inverness Highlands. Citrus County Land Bureau, Property within Lake Tsala

Sybyl Taylor to 0.8. Lewis, Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc Inc. #2 to Peter R. Governale; Gardens.

phone 726-2376 Lands in Sect. 3-17-16 to Herbert E. & Mildred Wood; Lots 1 to 4 both incl, Block 167, Mary Alice Yoder to JohnsonS.

Christine & Norman Williams Lots 25 to 28 both inc., Block Unit 9, Inverness Highlands. Savary; Lands in Sect. 26-
to T.E. & Maud Dell Hay; Lot 57, Unit 2, Inv. Highlands. Citrus County Land Bureau, 18-19.
70 of Sylvan Glen Addition. Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc Inc. #2 to Edward W. & Marj- Central Land & Mortgage Co.
Paul A. Hewitt to Ernest A. & to Wallace A. and/or Alice M. orie Crowley; Lots l.to 8 both to Wm. R. Clark; Land within Be A Wise Bir .11 A Nillilwnlr!
NEW BARBER SHOP TO OPENWe Flora McGuire: E 1/2 of Lot 41 Blair; Lots 1 to 6 both inc., incl., Block 169, Unit 9, Inverness River Glen Subdivision.Paul ..

are-announcing the opening of a new barber shop of Crystal Park Addition to town Block 101, Unit 3, Inverness Highlands.. M. & Violet G. Weiler to
-in Inverness, at 223 West Main Street which is the of Crystal River. Highlands. Citrus County Land Bureau, Robert L. & Ima A. Bechtel-
building formerly occupied by the late Joseph E. James William & Mary Ellen Citrus County Land Bureau Inc Inc. #2 to John A. & BarbaraS heimer: Lands in Sect. 311917. FIRST FEDERAL will help you do k. We'll provide
Smallwo d to Henry W.&Caro_ the financing ... a low-cost Home
30 Nigro; Lots 60 to 63 both incl., Buying or HomeBuilding
Segar. The shop will probably be open May I, 963. to Hantz W. Bayer; Lots to
t line L. Grimmer; Lands inSect 33 both incl. Block 135, Unit 4, Block 158, Unit 9, Inverness George M. & Emma F. Whet- Loan.

This shop will be modern in every respect and we 341820. Inverness Highlands. Highlands. stone; C.B. & Sylvia I. Casity:
invite the public to inspect the same and we solicit River Lakes Manor Inc. to Citrus County Land Bureau Inc Citrus County Land Bureau & L. Warren & Rita Young to At our handy office, you can get a Home Loan that
Harry R & Lillian R. Knicker- Inc. #2 to Clayton & Bessie Mc Dorothy Duncan will be tailored to fit your individual noxta ... and
your business.she shop will be named "THE CITY to Claudio Scelza; Lots 32 to 35 Jean ; Lot 2,
BARBER SHOP". Come to see us. bocker; Lots 26, 27 & 28,Block both inc., Block 14, Unit 1,Inverness Coy; Lots 20 to 29 both incl., Unit 1, Volonte' Springs. of course, your budget. Best of all,your Loan r qu..c
3, Unit 1, River Lakes Manor. Highlands. Block 170, Unit 9, Inverness W.E. (Jr.) & Linda BellemytoAlma is handled promptly ...your Loan processed WIth

FRAHSCO INC. James J. &Minnie L.Jones to Citrus County Land Bureau, Inc Highlands.S. Davidson; Lots 24, 25, 26, a minimum of red tape. Come in this week ad g call
James H. & Gloria H. Holder; to Arthur Bisconti,Lots 13 to 16 B. Robinson to Walter E. & 27, 28 & 29 of Wilkinson & Sa- the facts on our low-cost Home Buying;and HomeBuilding

(Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Scofield, owners). Lot 52 & Lots 55 to 60 incl. of both inc., Block 60, Unit 2,Inverness Agnes H. Stancil; Lots 103& 104 vory's Addition to Hernando. Loans.
I Donald Andres, Manager Crystal Park Addition to Cry- Highlands. Unit 4, River Bend. Mary & Robert Whiston to

stal River. Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc Joe L. & Laura H. Cobb to George E. Davis Jr. & Shirley
Tom B. & Tymesia M.Walkerto to Moorfield and/or Dorothy C. Robert E. & Leona E. Wheeler, & Joseph Gray; Lots 9 & 10, Fast Fr Swrici
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ADOPT BUDGET Jack L. &Ola M.Moore;Lots Storey: Lots 77 to 84 both incl., Lots 96 & 97, Unit 2, River Block 11, Crystal Acres. IIIllly
15 & 16, Block 22, UnitS,Hickory -
FOR FISCAL YEAR 19631964TO Block 62, Unit 2,Inv.Highlands. Gardens.
Hill Retreats.
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND TO ALL OWNERS, PERSONS Citrus County Land Bureau; Inc
OR ENTITIES SUBJECT TO SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER George J. & GertrudeM.Ehr- to Artemios Averkiow; Lots 1 to
mann to Winhaven Homes, Inc., ......, .
45 48 ,
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT TAXES. 4 & to all incl.,Block 118 "
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,in compliance with, and by author- Lands in Sect. 27-18-17. Unit 3, Inverness Highlands SELF I _:Ei ,

ity of, Chapter 378, Florida Statutes 1961 and Chapter 61-691 Myron & Juanita Arthur June Thomas Law-- Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc \ _. CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE
Laws of Florida 1961, that Governing Board of the Southwest rence Major R. to Arthur & Cornelia Sanchez; ERVICE
Lands in Sect. 261820.S.J. .
Florida Water Management District, a public corporation exist- ; Lots 1 to 8 both inc., Block 120, bechild's
ing and operating under and by virtue of the Laws of the State of & Ruth E. Miles to RogerI. Unit 3, Inverness Highlands. SAVES Wash-day can

Florida, intends to adopt the following tentative budget,or as the & Alice D. Jewell; An ease- Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc
same may be amended, for said District, for the fiscal year beginning ment in Sect. 14-19-16. to Victor and Lucille Carinci; !
July I, 1963 and ending June 30, 1964: J.D. & Clara M. Walter tot Lots 34 to 38 both lad Block play %
j Ralph W. & Lola S. Fox; Lots rrt
60, Unit 2, Inv. ? II
ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES t t Highlands.
District Basins Combined | 25 & 26, Block F, Unit 2, Walter's Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc 19f'; : A big vfosh needn't mean 41
Duval Island Addition.
BALANCES FROM PRIOR YEAR:-- to Matthew& Katherine Dieterle .a a: I -
:
E. Shaw Citrus a day of backbreakingwork.
Ending Balance prior fiscal 48,000 $ 997,200 $1,045,200year Mary to County Lots 20 ,to 22 both incl., Block A YW!
Land Bureau, Inc. Lots 26 27
; ,
231, Inv. Highlands South. ,,: : Do laundry in i
& 28, Block 244, Inverness your
Less obligated for prior year 8,000 188,200 196,200 Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc ; ";

i Net available $40,000 $ 809,000: $ 849,000: Highlands Jean Dunning South.to Elizabeth A. to Annibale J. & Maria A. Vas- .:; _/ our speedy automatic machines j
REVENUE FROM TAXES: cimini; Lots 1 to 5 both incl,
Tesh; Lands in Sect. 21-20-18.
Assessed on current tax roll '$387.275 $1,412,118 $1,799,393Less Block 244,Inverness Highlands to banish drudgery. j
Thomas V. & Frances Infan- '
5% for discounts and South.Citrus. Savings Placed With Us By The 1 10trAND
tino Edson
to R. & Mildred E.
non-collections 19,364 70.607 89.971 County Land Bureau,Inc Open All Hours
Canning; Lot 2, Block A,Unit 1,
... Net available from taxes $367,911 $1,3.41:511: $1,709:422T : Point O'Woods. to Margaret Gale Lots 35 to 38 '
both incl. Block 298, Inverness Payable S rniirotekrat.
OTHER RECEIPTS: & Wash 250 Dry 100
Clyde B. Lillie BelleSimpson -----
Other Sources 1,000 ,1,000 to Alvada D. & Robert S. Highlands South.
TOTAL $2,150,511 1 2,559,422 Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc
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'
Pearce, Lands inSect 23-19-20.
to Orvil & Margie Jane Warren; Plenty of parking
APPROPRIATIONS AND RESERVES Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc space
CONDUCT OF THE AFFAIRS OF THE DISTRICT GENERALLY: to Raymond J. Cass; Lots 26 to Lots 49 to 52 both incl Block ? Sas
284, Inv. Highlands South.
Administrative Section 29 both Inc, Block 45, Unit 2, ECON-O-WASH
Salaries $26,000 $ 11,150 $ 37,150 Inverness Highlands. Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc LOAN
Legal Services 10,000 600 10,600 to Joseph P. & Bessie Novney, ASSOCIATIONLEES'BUR
Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc
Lots 114 115 116 135 136 24 Hour Self Service
Accounting Services 5,000 8,2.50 13,250 to Raymond J. Cass Lots 67 to & Laundry. '
"Commissions,.Assessors & .J . 70 both incl 52 .. 137,.Block 202, nveroesg Highlands flJ. : ALwCtiT7'3211 *
: ,.Block ,,Unit:.2, ; :
Collectors 20,000 80,225 100,225 Inverness Highlands. South.S. Corner of Grace &' Apopka. Sts. Inverness, 'Flay -. I { _.
Insurance & Bonds 1,300 1,000 2,300 Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc Maurice & Edith A. Whit- '
t craft to George C, & Irene
Travel 9,000 5,250 14,250 to Richard
H. &
i Virginia De- '.
Dyer; Land Woodland Estates :.;\ "
Printing, Maps, Blueprints '
: Young; Lots 81 to 84 both inch.
& Photography 2,000 300 2,300 Unit #1.George.
Block 116, Unit 3, Inverness
Publication of Notices 1,000 2.50 1,250 Highlands. E. & Jennie E. Arnold .

Court It Recording Fees 500 500 Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc and H.W. &Grace A.Schwieters When minutes count. it can use-and not a nickel wasted! Choose from
to Philip F. & .
Margaret M.
It Office
Postage Stationery to Harold
T.&Viole*M Mercer;
Crown Extra,Crown Economy Crown.Each famousfor
Lands in
Schilling; Sect. 29-
Supplies 1,500 500 2,000
Lots 13 to 16 both inc., Block
Telephone It Telegraph 3,000 870 3,870 92, Unit 3,Inverness Highlands. 19-17. : STANDARD STANDS OUT long-running mileage, dependable performance,
Utilities 850 850 Citrus County Land Bureau Inc Joseph F.Cornelius,as/Pres- top power at its price. So stop at Standard for the
Information & Education 300 ; ident of M.C. & G InvestmentCo. .
2,000 2300
Maintenance of Office 'to 16 Frank both inc.R.,Hansen Block 63.Lots Unit 13 to 2, to H.L.&Wilmah E.Bennett ; Split-second action,blazing go-go-go! That's Dixie's gasoline that fits your car.Get wide-awake Standard

t Equipment 675 100 775 Inverness Highlands Lands in Sect. 15-19-16. modern pace of work and play.And you'll keep up- service that helps you make the most of your car

1 Rent 1,800 2,900 4,700 Citrus County Land Bureau, Inc H.L. & Wilmah E. Bennett to when you use today's Standard gasolines, designedfor and your money. Standard gasolines are the South'
M.C. & G Inv. Co. Lands
( Maintenance of Building 1,230 1,230 .to Helene A. Bueschel; Lots 21 Sect. 15-19-16. ; in. this stop-and-go grind! Whatever car you drive, top-selling favorites. Just one try will tell you why!
Maintenance It Operation of
25
to both incl Block 123, Unit
Transportation Equipment 3,000 3,250 6,250 ,3, Inverness Highlands. Rainbow Estates, Inc. to Rose there's a Standard gasoline that gives all the power STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
Equipment 7,500 3,500 11,000Other Citrus County Land M. Brannigan; Lot 11, Block F,
Bureau Inc
1,000 4,511 5,511 to Robert W. and/or Unit 1, Rainbow Estates.
Doris M.
I I TOTAL $ !H,355 $ 122,950 $ 22(1,311( Compton; Lots 69 to 72, both Benjamin & Frances Werni-

Engineering Section .... incl Block 116, Unit 3, Inver- koff to John J. Divito & Dick '
Salaries $ 21,000 $ 31,450 5 52,450 ness Highlands. Mitchell; Lots 13, 20 & 22 & an

Consultants 12,000 7,000 19,000State Citrus County Land Bureau.Inc undivided 1/2 interest in & to N"C
Lot 9, All in Block
B of Paradise -
& Federal Cooperative to Edward R. Meyer & William
Programs 15,000 78,154 93,154 Ewald, Lots 1 to 12 both incl. Country Club Subdivision.
Travel 2,000 1,400 3,400 Block 66, Unit 2,Inv.Highlands. Benjamin & Anna Oguss to
Equipment 6,500 1,500 8,000 Citrus County Land Bureau Inc John J DiVito & Dick Mitchell;
Studies & Surveys 10,000 115,000 125,000 to Eldon M. & Emma K. Steb- Lots 11, 18 & 24 & anundivided
.S 1/2 interest In an to Lot 9, AH
Other 2,000 1,850 3,850 bins Lots 54 to 57 both incl
Total SS30O $ 230,354 $ 304,854 Block 45, Unit 2,Inv.Highlands. in Block B, Paradise Country

Lam Acquisition Section Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc Club Subdivision.
Salaries $ 7,500 $ 27,000 $ 34,500 to Robert A.&Matilda Beecher, Eugene & Norma M. Knottsto
Contractual Services 1,000 12,000 13,000 Lot 22, Block 85, unit 4lnverOD1.e Sybyl Taylor; Lands in Sect.
Travel 1,000 3,500 4,500 31716.

Equipment 2,500 3,000 5,500 Rainbow Estates, Inc. to An- ,-
j Other 1,000 8,000 9,000Total thony R. & Anne E. Mauro; Lot '; : :
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OPERATION It MAINTENANCE OF WORKS- : Rainbow Estates, Inc. to Bertha

Salaries $ 5,000 $ 1,300 $ 6,300 Jones, Lots 22& 23,Block F .
ContractUal Services 1,000 8,000 9,000Travel Rainbow Estates
500 500 1,000Utilities Stanley & Edna E. Rogers to '*.... '
Scofield Investment Co.; Lot 4, ?,,' "
1,000
1,000 '
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Maintenance of Block A, Potterfield Mayfair "
Equipment 3,000 3,000 ; see t
Garden Acres First Addition.
Maintenance of Buildings 1,500 1,500 -
Equipment 2,000 2,000Other greatest line of Citrus County Land Bureau.Inc I : ,.- ...
#1 to Philip F. O'Brien;Lots 34 #
5,000 2,000 7,000 JohnsonSEAHORSE ;: ,
to 41 both incl. Block I, Unit 8, -.y
TOTAL
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LAND AND RELATED Cc TS: $100,000 $ :ZUOOO $ 9ZUUW; MOTORS Inverness Citrus County Highlands.Land Bureau, .. ,
-- EVER BUILT! arwtar uat.r.l
CONSTRUCTION:
Inc. to Harold N. & HarrietC. .
Final plans It specifications $ $ 5,000 $ 5,000 new :for DuFrane; Lots 13 to 20 both

Supervision 11,000 11,000 incl Block 41,Unit 2,Inverness
Contract \ 436,960 436,960 Highlands. h r+at+
Modifications It Relocations 25,000 25,000Other 63 Citrus County Land Bureau Inc ? .

900 900 to Ulrich & Beatrice Eisen-

TOTAL $ $ 478,860 $ 478,860 Power packed 75's and 40's with mann; Plot #2, Block C. High-

J RESERVE: Electramatic Drive...most respon lands Trailer Park. --T :
Reserve for planning, lam sin outboards ever built! New Citrus County Land Bureau, a

acquisition operation & budget-bomb 28 hp..too!PIllS a full Inc. #1 to Raymond A. & JoanA. _
I maintenance, relocations, line of Johnson "Compacts." Slim DePalma; Lots 43 to 47 both --
and construction $ 11,541 $ 290,291 $ 301,832 trim light, they fit anywhere, go incl. Block 11,Unit Inverness -IIIT -
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I Reserve for cash balance 80,000 119,000 199,000 DEPENDability! Citrus County Land Bureau r

TOTAL $111,056 $ 427,041 $ 538,097 Inc. #1 to Amos F. Worrell
Lot 10, Block 24, Unit 8, Inverness -
GRAND TOTAL $408.911 $2,150,511 .$2.559,422That FREE! Highlands.

on the 8th day of May, A.D. 1963. at nine thirty o'clock a.m. Citrus County Land Bureau
DOOR
PRIZES
SURPRISESfor
in the prinlcpal office of said Southwest Florida Water Manage- the KIDS! Inc. #1 to Lawrence A. & Irene
ment District. 303 East BroadStreet,Brooksvllle.Florida,hear- Moody Lots 30 to 37 both incl.,
ing will be afforded to all owners,persons or entitles, subject to REFRESHMENTS! Block 23, Unit 8, Inverness
Southwest Florida Water Management District taxes,their attorneys Plenty of PARKING! Highlands.

or agents, to appear before said Board and show their objections ThrillmfNEWMOYIE- Citrus County Land Bureau,
to said Budget. '63 SEA I19RSE JAMgOtfEh Inc. #1 to Sophie Penny Rand
This Notice shall be published in the fourteen counties of the Lots 1 to 10 both fact Block 21,
said District in accordance with existing laws. Bob Wines Unit 8, Inverness Highlands.

Dated this 10th day of April 1963. : Citrus County Land Bureau. _
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER Inc. #2 to Robert D. Blackham
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT Marine Service Lots 35 & 36 Block 144, Unit! 9,

ATTEST. : By /sl Alfred A. McKethan, Inverness Highlands.
< 2050 S Pine St. Citrus County Land Bureau,
Chairman
Is'Ihomas M.Kilgore.,Secretary Ocala Inc. #2 to Philip & Rose David- H. O. SMITH Agent Invernessq
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Teen-Age Club Door prizes and a dance contest -
are planned for entertain- Air Force OffersNonGrads YOU ARE CORDIALLY: INVITED TO ATTIHO
Dance, May 11 ment of members of the club. ,
CHRISTIAN SERYKtS
SCIENCE
Another of the popular Teen- Admission to these popular
affairs is free and CareerA
there
are no
Age Club dances is announcedfor
SUNDAY LESSON-SERMON SUiJICT
membership fees charged for
Saturday night, May 11. It
will be held at the Hernando the club to teen age participantswho special career opportunity ing former student who wishesto "?rcbetion After Death"
Veterans' of Foreign Wars club have registered for the is being offered this month to get ahead.
house. activities. former high school students who Contact Staff Sergeant Lou
left school without graduating, Lamb your local Air Force recruiter CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
and who now wish to learn a and get the facts on an
trade and continue their educa- Air Force career with technI- Comer Osceola at Emory Si. Invent**, Fieri. ..
tion. cal training and educational advancement SUNDAY SERVICE lit* A.M.
In the month of April theU.S. travel, pay and SUNDAY SCHOOL 9t3l A.M.
Air Force is authorized to en- numerous other opportunities. TESTIMONIAL MEETING 7i3t ,eM.
list those non-high school grad- SSgt. Lamb will be at the USAF 2nd and 4th W..... V-
uates who wish to further their Recruiting Office Tampa,606
READING :ROOM OPEN TO PUUC-FH. 2-4
education while completingtheir Florida Ave., right across from ,
also before and after the .W. 4. .. .
military obligation.As the downtown post office or We y <4.f -
many non-high school grad- write him at: Post Office Box Location, Sunday! School room.
uates have found,most progressive 1019 Tampa Fla., for an ap- "THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU"
and Rot
Cedar Keeps Cut Termites businesses and industrieswill pointment. Mention the "Non-
VFLA-RacHo 970 Sun .
ky-S:15 A.M.
<
2X4,2X6 2X8CEDARpto24'Ienhs hire only high school grad- Graduate Program."
VDBORmcSo Sundav-felS A.M.
580
uates, and with the coming grad- -- -
u $119 per M uations in June, competition for Fleet Reserve ...pin represents 40 years of legal service... ----- --

2X4,4X4Economy local employment tougher for will the be man exceedingly Meeting May 2 Recognized By Railroad FirmLocal

CEDAR $ 75 per M who does not have a diploma.But May 2 is the day all navy and
the U.s. Air Force firmly marine veterans in Citrus
attorney M.C. Scofieldwas ""Forty-seven years is a long
1 X 12 Western White
belieyes that a large number of County who are interested in recognized for his many time to keep such a client"
Fir $ 95 per M young men who left school are forming a U.s. Fleet Reserveare years of legal counsel to the Atlantic mused Scofield. PHARMACISTSMUST
t, still qualified enter the USAF, to go to Ocala reminds Coy Coast Line Railroad Co.
Sheeting technical Sandlin Citrus BE SURENo
receive training CoUnty'sVeterans over the weekend in St.Peters-
$3.48 sheet complete their high school edu- Service Office. burg.A CAMEO
Plywood cation and be paid while doingso. This will be on Thursday, at 40-year pin for'meritorious
2X4 #2 Pine $105 per M 2 o'clock, atSt.John's Lutheran service" to the rail companywas Photo SupplyTwo
This month APRIL is a red- Church Lake Weir Ave. Ocala. No prescription can be dispensed natti every
2X6 #2 Pine $107 per M presented Scofield by Sam Stores precaution has been taken to be eertota. titexactly
letter month for the clear think-: There are quite a few navy and H. Mann (left in accompanyingphoto 20 N Main 1416 So. Pine the
as physician speettied. Aa error II
1 2X8 #2 Pine $109 per M marine veterans in the countv.. ), division counsel for the Ocala unthinkable.We .
Plea Of Not Guilty says Sandlin, and he hopes they Atlantic Coast Line R. Franchised Dealer for Agfa
Just put it there and forget it will respond to this interest in a Mr.Scofield whose offices are Argus Anso Bell & Howell must be careful. If there fe the sHfhteat
Entered By Johnson Fleet doubt, contact the .........
U.s. Reserve. located in the Masonic buildingon Bolex Kodak Polaroid and we phys eaa fer $ *l i
"There's no such reserve Main Street here, has been 5 information. For; you have pfe ed yew life in
others. hour service on
FLORAL CITY--Willie and realize
Johnson around here, Sandlin our care we ovr responsibility to
says representing the Atlantic CoastLine black and white film. Your
63 old Negro,has been protect it.
year
Free "and we may have this chanceto for almost 47 a
years or complete photographicstore.
before
arraigned Judge O. .
organize one. Contact me at since Dec. 21, 1916. This is the .
Frank Scofield on a charge of
Delivery assault with intent to commit my office.home He or at the courthouse will year he began his practice of YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a -
hopes there be law.
medicine. Pick prescription If stopping near
murder in connection with the up your
enough so as the can make
group
1 shotgun shooting of Will Anderson. the by. A great many people emmet us with their pre
trip together.
m He entered not guilty plea. scriptions. May we compound yours?
j, Anderson's condition is reported -
as improved. The shootIng Girl 'CCltSnjcy: Maico Hearing Aids .

f Art & Carrie Hardware argument occurred with March neighbors 23 after,Johnson an- Bike Trip, Ccckcut

reportedly walked down the Intermediate Girl Scout Troop Orlando Hearing Aid Center V BENNETT'SDRUG
& Building Supplies road and when Anderson stepped 181 enjoyed a bicycle trip and
i from his porch shot him. An- cook-out last week at the North Serving Central Florida Since 1948
it t derson has said that he had no Inverness Highlands picnic
argument with Johnson to Look for the Malco Pine OrlandoMr. STORE
Call Collect 793-3341 prior area. They were the guests of sign 35 W.

Hwy. 470 S. Lake Panasoffkee, Fla. the shooting. Mrs.Leaders Lucille Elvira Schultz.Gronert and .J.E. Smith Consultantwill ' PHCNE 726-2731 INVERNESS
The Golden Rule is old but be at the Jewel Box-Inverness
Carline Stillfried a
are workingwith
Biggest little town in Central Florida It's as good aa ever. It hasn't the girls to complete bad Saturday 9 till 12
Batteries Accessories
been used often enough' to Repairs
i ges which will be awarded in
result in any appreciablewear. May.
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91 o gain more every day enjoyment from your : that serves three full- glasses

glass-walled living room, try arranging the furniture :f'

"inside out" and make the setting just as appealing
from outside as it is in the room.

That's the advice of leading designers who say

that proper furniture placement can result in a setting '" .,
which is pleasant to view from inside the house, _

and"Quite yet equally often homeowners as attractive from plan: the their patio.rooms only I _ _____________"_

from the standpoint of how they will look from in

side. While this is of prime importance, furnishings
should also be considered with an eye to the effect

they will create from the outdoor living areas im.

mediately adjoining the home," points out Margaret
Pilliod, design stylist of Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass A 4

Company.With "!
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picture windows and sliding Thermopane insulating .

glass doors in common use in homes of all s ia

sizes and styles, people are spending more time enjoying
"open living," with patios taking over in warm
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weather as the center for informal meals and enter "",-, ,'" ,,
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"This means that rooms opening onto the patio r, "': " ;,."
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must be considered as part of the over-all outdoor :

living area, and as such should be arranged to
present a pleasing balance of furnishings from outside

and not just when viewed from indoors,** Miss

Pilliod continued.One Ii rri
of the important points of open planning is

the feeling of spaciousness it creates by joining a .
room to its surroundings in an unbroken expanse tJ

thus making the patio or garden appear as part of

the room. To interrupt this indoor-outdoor flow with ,. '
bulky furnishings is defeating the purpose of the ;

design by isolating the two areas, cutting down the

feeling of space and giving the impression from outside ,
that the patio is not an integrated part of the .d '
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home. :1i; ;'P '.f' : ."

One solution to the task of furniture placement is "-7

the use of island arrangements. By forming occa. : - ,

sional chairs, sofas and tables into a free-standing .'for about 20 a serving .: : ,
group with an interior wall as the background,

ample seating ,is provided, while leaving the floor -:: w_ ,
area near .the window unobstructed. ":

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'. Troop Here To ParticipateScoutORama

When You Think of.Think .

INSURANCE Set

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JOHN J ROSCOW{ Y. Johnson Tire City

Gulf Ridge Council, Boy of scouting skills designed to
Scouts of America, is having tickle the imagination and de- ti
"On the Square" Phone 7262220BREAKFAST ...
All-Scout Show called "Scout- pict the principles of Scouting, 915-1007 N. Magnolia Ave. OeM
0'Rama." It will be held on at its best.Fitfor Tomorrow'
Friday and Saturday at the Flo- is the theme to be used throughout -
I rida State Fair electrical build- the show.Scouts will have an ,
ing in Tampa,a according How opportunity to show how they We are franchised for the follow**few*.WeMn'loe'
ard F. Dommert, local Scout- prepare to be fit physically, 1 what we sell, and we are proud of vriwt we serf.
master.Of mentally, morally and spirit- 1
special interest will be the ually for adult life. GATES TIRES (AREA DISTRIBUTOR))
" big cooking show put on by Troop The public is invited to come h WHEEL HORSE TRACTORS
302, Inverness. This demon- and see this walk-around, YAZOO POWER MOWERS
stration has been given special Scouts-in-action show. There GALE OUTBOARD MOTORS
areas to make its exhibition. will be Scouting in over 200 l MONO CHAIN SAWS
Over 5000 Cubs, Scouts and booths for the entertainment of i x CLINTON MOTORSWe '
,I Explorers will participate by visitors, plus special featuresand
putting on over 200 shows in stage shows. There will be give Liberal Trade-be and Credit t!.AfprB..d
the one 'Scout-O-Rama' simul- Cubs in costumes, swimmingand ...dependable service is Gene Hewitt's motto...--staff photo Credit.
taneously. Scouts are selling canoeing demonstrations in
tickets to this show at $1.00 a special pool a newspaper in tire, 4 ply. Second prize will be
i each which admits one adult or action and many other features Open House Set 25 gallons of gasoline. Third
ii two school age children with will be
i n prize a two-year subscriPtion -,
/ children under eight years of Mrs. Baxter's to The Citrus County
L i's'I Z G' IUD For Hewitt'sNew
L1C3fiJGi age admitted free.A substantial Chronicle. Two lubrications
..r.,. --' '!! amount of each ticket sold will Office At New Site will be the fourth prize. There ,
.. be returned to the unit selling t v
will be free Cokes and kiddies
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the ticket, to be used for camp- The Citrus County Home De- StationHewitt's will also receive balloons.
.. DAILY *, ,' A' !.
;; *; ing and otherequipmentdesiredby monstration Agent's office is
The new service station busI-
the unit. In addition Scouts now completely settled in the Standard Station will ness is operated by Hewitt.
new on Highway 44 have its "open house" this Sat-
: Cocktails for have opportunities to earn val- quarters His assistant manager is Jim-
west, according to word from urday, and
uable prizes based on the sale manager Gene Hewitt my Rogers. Both of these men
of tickets. Mrs. Ray Baxter, county HD invites his many customers and are available for the station's ,
Almost 15,000 Scouts and adult agent. other friends to drop in and see complete service department.
two . prelude Scouters around the eight coun- The new office located in the his new service station, with Part time operators of the sta-
. building formerly housing the complete and modern facilities.
: ties of the Gulf Ridge Council tion are Milton Grumbling, who
have worked hard for over six county library, has ample room The new station, just recently has been employed for some
for expansion. Mrs Baxter said occupied, replaces the old Standard -
to months to make this "Scout- time, and Jack Roddenberry.On
... gracious O'Rama" a real top notch show there is much more room for station which was famil- weekends customers will be 1 "i'
group meetings and the back iarly located on the same site serviced by Dale Gavin.
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room will be used for storage. Main Street(US 41))and S.Apop-
dining! 36 StudentsEnrolled The building was recently ka, for the past 12 years.
Ccunty leased from Artis Taylor by the For "open house"Hewitt plans
At CFJCOCALAThirtysix Board of County Commissioners a number of prizes for persons Fence Posts Poles etc
with an option to buy later. who come in and register.Each Pressure Creosoted to lasta
studentsare Mrs. Maxter is assisted in the person registering will receivea lifetime
I J currently enrolledforclasses office by Mrs. Mary Lou Townsend ticket and will retain the stub
1 at Central Florida Junior secretary. The same office Hewitt will announce the win- Southern Wood PreservingCa
-. College from Citrus County according hours, from 8:30 until 4:30. ners in next week's Chronicle. Baldwin, Fla. 266-4251
\I ti to Terry U. O'Banion, will be observed. First prize will be a 670-15
II I dean of students. The Home Demonstration Ag-
They are Eva Allen Roger ent's office has been in the
Angsten, Earl Archer Fred county courthouse basement for '
Avanzini. Wladimir Baklanoff the past two years. It was up-
George Brannen, Alvis Chinn stairs in the courthouse two decorator service
f Harriet Connell, Charles Cooper years prior to that. BOOTSBOOTS
1R and Mary Ann Davidson; 1'
William Fletcher, Lloyd Harman College CfficialNamed :
Larry Hartman Thomas
Heath, Daniel Hoglund, Pat Cn CommitteeGarland ; 4 Alice .
Hurley, John Jones, Thomas Wynn Jr., area guid- Engineer-Cowboy-
Jones, Ann Jordan, and Robert ance coordinator with offices
r Lechler; Central Florida Junior College, Wellington-Rubber
SWEAT'S Laurel Libby, Lloyd Morris, has been appointed Florida !I''
Marshell Morse Pat Purcell, Membership Chairman for the .
Frances Reed, Alta Roberts, American Personnel and Guid- CITRUS .
Henry Roberts, Earl Rodden- ance Association.
Bar and RestaurantU. berry, Harry Rollins, and Wynn who serves Marion Citrus 1 TURNIPSEED
James Schnee: Levy, and Sumter County SHOE CENTER 1 nd I
the North Edge of Inverness Dorothy Sherman Sally Singleton schools as guidance consultant,
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S. John Spears, Donald
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Stillwagon. Robert Stillwagonand of the Florida Associationof , ,0-
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New Barber Shop Church Supper MINUTES Board of County Commissioners - Vacationing Miami 1 Artist. '
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To Open! May 1 I HliRNANUO Another SU1'lJCr t'', : CtklS MiftM Ct...,
will be held this Friday evening Regular Meeting April 2,1963 Inverness l-'la. Lteted at Inverness. Citrus She Finds Lakes j-
A new barber shop Is slated to beginning at 5:30. at the The Board of County Commissioners Gentlemen: O;,nty, Morida this 1st day of Factory
open In Inverness May 1.Owned Hernando Methodist Church.The oCitnls.ountyIlorl- The undersized propose to April. A.D. 1963. '
by Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Scofield, public is invited. Proceeds da met in regular session on furnish all labor materials and Mr. Carl Chappell Hernando.. !. Trained
the shop will open at 223 West from the supper will be used to the above date.Present equipment required and to con- spoke to the Board in referenceto Induce Paintings :; '
Main street under the management help finance the church parsonage : Clyde Byrd Chairman struct a Voting !House for Le- above. ..
of Donald Andres. it was stated. Harley Levin Vice canto. County of Citrus. Florida Motion by Commissioner Lake Tsala Apopka especially any particular prize for ,ber Sales .
Chairman, Robert N. Gllstrap in full accordance with the Rooks seconded by Commis- around Hernando,inspires Mrs. Lake TsalaApopka-inspired Parts
James E. Rooks. Jr., Fred E. plans specifications and con- sioner Gilstrap to approve the Frank Ivo Viret in her talent paintings, this writer imaginesthat Service
PALMS and ELM TREES Spooner. tract documents as preparedby following resolution motion for painting. Mrs. Viret(Margaret the attractive Miami visitor
.. ClerkJ anet C Hensley.Deputy. Concrete Products Company carried., ), finds that she can get in had done quite well. At least SERVICE ON AIL MAKESU.S.
Delivered, Set Out. Guaranteed One Year Sheriff: Louis B.Pielow Deputy for the following base price At the regular meeting of the that "mood" for painting when we are pleased that local surroundings 41 South Inverness
Attorney: D.J. Bradshaw.The Base Bid Six Thousand Eighty Board of County Commissionerof vacationing here with her hus are inducive artistic I Phone 7262113AUCTION
Many thousands of Evergreens that Chairman called the meet- Dollars and 80/100 (6080.80 Citrus County. Florida heldat band. He fishes she paints. creativity. I
DON'T FREEZE ing to order and they proceeded Workinger and Tolle.Contractors 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday 2 Margaret Viret and her hus-
with the business of the /sL.W.. WorkingerLEM April 1963 in the County Com- band are from Miami. He's a
ONIONS Large 10 lb.limit 50C Board. The following bids for YOUNGCONTRACTOR missioners' Room of the Citrus comptroller for an oil company
Extra sweet only the construction of voting and AND BUILDER County Courthouse in Inver- there. She is literature chairman TONIGHT at 7M
storage house in Lecanto were CRYSTAL RIVER FLORIDA ness Florida Commissioner for the Florida Federationof
We know we're crazy but we haveto opened and read aloud by the April 1. 1963 Rooks introduced and moved the Women's Clubs. La Belle GalleriesSILVER

get acquanted. Clerk: Citrus County Board of Com-, adoption of the following:'' The Virets were passing SPRINGSOPEN
SOMMERS & SON missioners; Inverness Florida "RESOLUTIONBE through this area about 12 years
she recalls and became INSPECTION* 10 AM. to 2 P.M. M..., Htra S.terd++P
Gentlemen
P.O Box 646 : IT RESOLVED that this ago
LANDSCAPE NURSERYU.S. Crystal River Florida We propose to furnish all labor Board request the Honorable attracted to the Hernando lakes ORIENTAL' RUGS MAM6NM
Date April 1. 1963 and materials required to con- Allison R. Strickland State Re- section. Persuading her spouseto ANTIQUE FUIN'TUII.' WAKHH
41 NOrthSportsmen"s Park Citrus County Board of Com-i struct a Voting House In Lecanto -' presentative from Citrus County return later the Miami coup- SILVERWARE e FI URMCI
missioners Voting Building according to Plans and Specifications and the Honorable James E. le have been making it a habitto OIL PAINTINGS' f MHC-A-MAC.
Lecanto Florida for the sum of:Eight Connor State Senator from the vacation twice a year at Her- OBJETS DAFT
This is figured in accordancewith Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars Ninth Senatorial District to sup- nando on the north end of the PIIZESIIEFiESHMfNUI! ENTHAINMfNTI
the plans and specificationsfor 8900.00 port legislation increasing the 22-mile chain of lakes. Actually N. Admiisi Charge!
the above mentioned build- Signed: Lem H. Young Gen. cost of resident state fishing they are staying with the B.
ing. Price to include labor and Contr. licenses in Citrus County by t T. Wards, at Parson's Point.
material.Total Price 670000. Motion by Commissioner amount of $1.00. "We have found it to beone of
Mardi 28, 1963 Spooner seconded by Commis- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat the prettiest sections of the
Board ofCountyCommissioners: sioner Levins to accept bid of a copy of this Resolution state" said Mrs. Viret refer- OCAlA DUStlESS DIRECTORY
I submit the following bid on Concrete Products Co., as it signed by the Clerk of the Board ring to Lake Tsala Apopka and
voting house Lecanto Precinct- was the lowest and best bid.Mo- and with the seal of this Board especially the Hernando area.
Lecanto Florida according to tion carried.Mr. affixed be furnished to the Hon- "My husband and I thoroughlylook
plans and specification. Richard Welch appeared orable Allison R.Strickland and forward to coming back
5641.00 before the Board with the following the Honorable James E. Con- each time. He enjoys fishing
George L. Hooker resolution: nor." and I get in the mood to paint." S. I S. Supply lie.
Floral City Florida RESOLUTION Said motion was seconded by Marine scenes are her favorite Williams
CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. WHEREAS The Board of Dir- Commissioner Gilstrap and subjects while vacationing here.
BUILDERS OF FINISHED BLOCK HOMES
Inverness. Florida ectors of the Citrus County carried. Margaret Viret has won seven Radiator Service. : Year Head.nRKI. laOemla
April 1, 1963 Chamber of Commerce meet- Francis W. Williams awards for her water color exhibits -
Per 1M Finest
Built to your plans on your lot Mr. James E. Rooks Jr., ing in regular session. Monday FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS, Clerk since last NoVember. A- LtIalFber aal .tRatiaa
Chairman CITRUS COUNTY April 1, 1963 adopted the fol- BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- mong these recognitions were a CLEANING -- REPAIRING'.
Anywhere in Florida. For further informationfill BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS lowing resolution: SIONERS OF CITRUS COUNTY first place award In the Miami RECORING M.EedaltiSPECIALIZING
Inverness Florida WHEREAS the Citrus County FLORIDA Art League a first in the Coral
Chamber of Gables Art Club and in the Dade IN Our Prices Are Extra Low
out the Mail to: Dear Sir; Commerce repre- (COUNTY COMMISSIONERSSEAL
coupon. We the undersigned hereby senting the entire county of ) Land Shopping Center and FRONT END AND BRAKE 207 West Lincoln Street

propose to construct the Voting Citrus andWHEREAS Mr. Jack Sutton appearedbefore Miami Beach Woman's Club. SERVICE .- OCALA, FLORIDA
House for it has While doing water color workis 307 West lOthSt.OcalaFleri4aPhone Phone JU,A 9-5609
WATSON CONSTRUCTION CO. Lecanto Precinct according come to our the Board in reference to : 622-7910
to plans and specifications attention that a group of Citrus damming lake at Bryants' her favorite form of painting
HOME OFFICE for the sum of 5490.00 County citizens in a meeting Slough so thatitwouldraisewater Mrs. Viret does some outstanding -
RT. 3 lOX 175.A 1503 JAX HWY. P.O. BOX 203 (Five Thousand Four Hundred held with officers of the Florida level in Hernando. Mr.Carl works in oils. As a matter! SEE US FOR
TALLAHASSEE, HA. I OCALA, FLA. I PALATKA, FLA. Ninety and No/100 Dollars). Fresh Water Fish and Game Chappell spoke to Board hire of fact she taught oil painting, *. Ski I Teal.
Yours very tnLly.CONCRETE Commission and State Senator above. for eight years at the Miami Roofing s
PHONE 385-1250
PHONE 629-6853 PHONE 328-1165 e
Ph&s4l. .
PRODUCTS CO. James E. Connors and State Board authorized County At- YWCA. Rv
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/sCarey F. Smoak Representative Allison R. torney to call State Road Department But it's strickly water colors complete Roofing'ServiceReRooEng LmWr
I NAME......................................................... I ED TOLLE REAL ESTATE Strickland andWHEREAS to see if they could for her marine scenes here. and Repairing Devee Points

I ADDRESS...................................................... I April Workinger 1. 1963& Tolle the Chamber it of is the feeling of have permission to dam slough. .And although she hasn't copped Resfdeadsl or Commercial 'Berkley 'timp. *
Commerce and The Map of Plat submitted to SMC*In Twit

I CITY...............................PHONE.................. I Frances Williams County Clerk the citizens of Citrus County Board Chassahowitzka River -- BuilMJp Asohsle Lawn Mowers
J H your'add.... !I.rural plae give directions Board ofCountyCommissioners. that in order to further help obtain Estates Unit #6. This map of Asbestos Clay Tile Arias Air. Pews Mowers
Citrus County funds for work be
I to doneon plat was approved by the County I
I the fresh water lakes of our Attorney and Engineer. Marion
I county andWHEREAS Motion by Commissioner Morton HeatiNg HARDWARE CO.

L ___ __ - - - ii I SENIOR said funds will be Spooner seconded by Commis- ROOFING-cO.OCALA '
AND Pboae MA 2-3181
pooled to gain the greatest effect sioner Rooks to approve map of tu", ,J
Phone: MArion 2-4072 17 No Magnolia Oslo, Pis.
possible plat of Chassahowitzka River I'ht 01.Therefore, '
We build from scratch DRIVER NOW BE IT RESOLVED that Estates Unit#6.Motion carried. will we not fear 308 N. Orange Street
the Citrus County Chamber of The Map of plat of Gulf High-
though the earth do change.
Remodel or Build on INSURANCEAges Commerce representing the way Land Unit #3 was presentedthe Florida Railroad Commission ..
(Psalms 46:2)). OC.L..daa.
citizens of Citrus County does Board. This map of plat was Permit No. 31 .
( 65.90) recommend to the Board of :approved by the County Attorney If we but stand on the solid
LONG
... LOCAL AND .paglr. we.
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Complete cute coverage County:Commissioners, to increase *.' and Engineer.! ground of 'faith we can remain DISTANCE MOVING
)for physicallyqualified the local resident fishIng Motion by Commissioner calm and unshaken regardless -
-I-- with, : feed records. LiabilIty licenses one dollar. - Spooner, seconded by Commissioner of the unexpectedturns Since 1928 You Build Better with KiLt
Beautiful Citrus County t. 300000. Medicalto BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Rooks to approve the map that life may take. Collfor'sTftrmiRcilWartkousi I I Dried Luaber
$500. Premium Is same that a copy of this resolution of plat of Gulf Highway Land A m.,. ere LtIe.1
as computed at standard forwarded to the Board of, Unit#3. Motion carried.Mr. BUILDING MATERIALS
manual rates and Includes County Commissioners Citrus. Bill Brittle appeared be- BIRD ROOFING
contents protection. Take-! County Court House Inverness:; fore the Board in reference to John W. &LAMBHRT PAWTS
as this he ad can to your five own"you agent biter Florida; Hon. James E. Con- permission to crossing SR480to I Van Co. GYPSOM
service than nors, Florida Senate Capitol connect his canals at his own
we can
Osceola and Taylor 'St.
Florida and Hon. TurnerMemorials Cor.
by correspondence.To Tallahassee ; expense.At 1214 N. .J M.gaelia
Allison R. Strickland, Florida: the regular meeting of the OCALA FLORIDA
Agents: \Ve will send Office Phone MA 2-8377 Oda, PI*.
House of Representatives Capitol -; Board of County Commissioners -
complete kit on request.Applicants Tallahassee Florida. of Citrus County. Florida
over 70 mint /sRichard Welch President held at 10:00 o'clock A.M. on
submit ment of physician's litneis. Broker.state- CITRUS COUNTY CHAMBEROF Tuesday 2 April 1963. in the Clint Lowder Mobile YIIII .

age same as Assigned COMMERCE County Commissioners' Roomof
Risk Plan. REPRESENTING THE CITIZENS the Citrus County Courthouse -
OF CITRUS COUNTY in Inverness,Florida Commis- Homes Sales Inc. V( Attllllct

f 8I W J! Y_&:( /Francis W. Odens sioner Gilstrap introduced and
BUNTS FISHING RESORT :f.o:: O J2j / / Tasco Ayers moved the adoption of the following r For new or used Mobile Homes FRANCHISED Hot Point Dealer

;,"' fuUIG: fJ"'.__ (SEAL) : : We'll meet or beat anyones Septic tanks ctened. Drain
ATTEST/L.M.Hurley Se r. fields installed. Septic tank advice -
ICOLBERT terms or prices Try Clint
Agent DemonstratesArt Lowder before you buy. 1984 and supplies. 120 E. Ft.
Of Hat Making N. Pine. Ocala. Ph. 629-3200 King ave. OcaU. Ph. Ma. 2-
4162. Collect calls accepted.
.-,--.. CRYSTAL RIVER--Mrs. Ray
ty Baxter. County Home Demon-
stration Agent deftly showedthe
process of making hats to
the local HD club last Friday *
the American Legion Hall. Using Lots! .I IM| Distent MevfafHill's

chenille-covered wire the .
frame was made, then covered
; Vm Sinks
with velvet or feathers and oth-

:A h nas I er decorations. The total cost Ours Is A Service Devotedto
per hat amounted to 20 cents. Memory-- TERMINAL Corner Hog & H. P .. St. Mffftw.y
CrystalParadise The 15 club members and their

1. 1Estates guests enjoyed the day.bringing -IntElberton Georgia Blue Ocala Florid
coffee'
sandwich lunches with Granite
6 and cupcakes furnished by the TWO' PHONES TO SERVE YOU: MA 2-3942 & MA ,7129) !

hostess. Mrs. Bernice Stiver. 504 E. Jefferson

Brooksville Florida .

Her Is a view ol 'Bunts Fishing Resort., just vrst of Highway Inc. Must Be Some PACKING STORAGE OATM6Mouj

19 and right on the Crystal River.At this beautiful! Citrus county
Kind Nut
resort., you can enjoy fresh water and salt wator fishing. There of a
,r. two docks from which you can fish., and many fish from the FULL ACRE More than 35,000 resi-
panics. Boats and motors are for rent. This resort features bright Cafe Brand Paint
dents of Clifton, N.J. had /
kitchenette. Apt.., TV and air-conditioned. Some have two bed (less"mr 25 ft. Road Rights) their electric power cut off

rooms. by a squirrel. The tiny ani-

Bents in Per Cent Down mal brushed button against atop a a steel disconnect Buy one get one


Fishing Resort Orange Hotel yILIIIII volt tower line.controlling In addition a 26,000 to


Crystal River, Florida r Cozy Clean Comfortable I J1J IV Dollars Month householders trial plants many were indus stilled '

Modern Cottages Rooms during the 45 minutes it 'RL 4
I
** Guides Evinrud; -Motors Boots Reasonable At Rates Money Back !Guarantee Anytime took the to trouble.SWEETA"discover. the sourceof


Air Conditioning TV Inverness Ph.726-1821 High r and Dry 1 Mile East of MARY CARTER HO LIMIT AT NO DnA CelT
; i ALKYO FLAT
Phone 795-2242 SQUIBB NO-CALORIE HOUSE. PAINT MICJSIOM cotoi MATCHING Tte*.We Nk TMOMM .
Crystal River Airport On Highway 19 CONCENTRATED SWEETENER I .M...4 r !tttmm lace.....1,500CAU. .14. *y IUt*WMi*?? .. Imteiirt MAllen's .>.
.. ... ..elltle.. hr.W'H
", ,denlitty........",....teJ.Per ...., "..........
FOR COMPlETE INFORMATIONCLIP i #
SlIM. {
Moss Oaks Woody's Motor Court fATTEKINC S6' r*. .....

Ceramic Tiled Showers tVIKT 24 CAN /nlR ..rrr, IYNY 1M CAlC naal
Trailer Court SalesHighDryShady I Newly Decorated AND MAIL TO:


'Lots COMFORTABLE EVERYTHING TO "MAKE FROM YOU JAMES-POMPEO.. .:.Rt. {46.= PineBrook.. New" Jersey--_ sw rA
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ADULTS ONIY HOME! s- Hardware ff'
r>2
Separate Units, away from Name....................... ......................... ....................
Special Year-raund Rat. highway noise, quiet and

TRAILERS FOR RENT where relaxation Is Address...................;. ........ North of Ceirt H ease INVERNESS
predominant. Please send more Info .on about Crystal Paradise Estates
Commercial Rates. 4 Mftu C. DISCOUNT Paint Stores
Hwy. 41 S Inverness acres
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for parking Commercial __ __ __ ___ T - -- W ''r'u"eq'
COOK PHARMACY +tr
Phone 726-1212 trucks. OR. PHONE: Jack McGowa4: 795-3147, Crystal River Fla. AMBICA LARGEST DISCOUNT PAINT CHAIN ruw,
U.S. 41 & 44- Ph. 726-3865 I INVERNESS MORE THAN 100 STOICS. cOin TO COAST .

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t Install Mrs. .Groneit As Hernando HD Prexy :; ::, Citrus County Land Sells Well

I Castem Meat & locker lettal SwYiH
N HERNANDO-At the last regular taker, vice president; Mrs.Ann in Canal Zone Visitor ReportsCitrus ,
d meeting of the Hernando Gunther, secretary: and Mrs. ,
Home Demonstration Club the Hazel Craven treasurer. x County land sells wellin to vote in future county elect- We cool... cut and wrap YOUR beeor !buy k for yw
following ladies were installedas Mrs. George Eck installed .t the Canal Zone. This conclu- ions.
new club officers by Mrs. Mrs. Schultz as the new dele- sion was reached last Friday The Citrus County Canal Zone Save money get better beef EXCELLENT SfiSVIC
Lucille Schultz, o\ltgoingpresi- gate' to the county HD counciL when a personal visitor.Delmas contingent has purchased their
dent:Mrs. ElviraGronert,president Workshop for the club will be on "Del" Swafford of BalboaHei- holdings principally in River SOMETIMES IT PAYS TO CHANGE
; Mrs. Adelaide Whit-. Tuesday at.930 a.m. ghts. C.Z., dropped in for a chatat Gardens along the Withlaco CHECK WFTH US AND SBE
The Chronicle office. chee River in the northern part
Mr. Swafford who is on an extended of the county.

visit in the United States Snow's Freezer Licker Rental i Service
COUNTY LINE LIQUORS is chairman of the Citrus County
i Boosters' Club in the canal CAP Units Hold
Open Sundays 1 P.M. Brooksville Florida Pho.e 796-4740
zone. He tells us that more than

t 012 P.M, have 150 Citrus been purchased County homesites by Canal Alert Exercise .

Zone residents most of whom
are employees of the federal Maj. Mae Woodford and her
government. husband Lt. Herbert L. Wood- ForYour.MORTGAGE
An interesting sidelight is the ford both of Hernando,recentlyheld .
fact that these landowners are their CAP radio station
CITRUS COUNTY BOOSTER VISITED THE MAESTRO-Delmas registered voters of Citrus (Sparrow 615)) post for 24
Swafford. chairman of the Citrus Booster's Club in the
County County. Liaison between these straight hours, they announcedthis
COOLERHEADQUARTERS 1 Canal Zone is shown presenting Guy Lombardo, famous bandleader "off shore" Americans and Ernest week. The exercise was to
with a memento from the Canal Zone. The
presentationof
'R. C. Johnston, Supervisor of test the capabilities of all local
booksends made from hollow steel railroad rails and ironwoodwas
Voter Registration for Citrus Civil Air Patrol units. All such
: j made to-Lombardo last week at his famous Pineallas County County has resulted in certification units in the nation and in Puerto I
,, resort the Port-O-CalL of these property owners Rico were involved in the CAP
Beer and Liquor. Bar and Package Goods. abled program to alert units and relay
With an Atmosphere that Pleases.C. Welfare DepartmentPays persons received average tasks and assignments.The .
checks of $54.87 for a total of
Almost $20,000To 2524. Surprise Birthday command post exercises To
L. Ports, Proprietor Vendor payments forprescri- Party Held Sunday originated at national headquarters : -
Marvin -Doc Davis Night Mixoligtsto County In Nov. bed medicines included: aged Ellington AFB, Texas.
TWO Inverness area "youngmen"
Messages were relayed through
Miles S on Hwy 41. total of 402 welfare cases received 134 persons. 2115.05; blind, John Blackwell and Jake region and wing liaison officersto
funds totaling $19.967 in two persons.$2.35;and disabled honored with a
Wagner were
all CAP units which were
l Citrus County during November persons 20, at $341.55.Hospitaliz..tlon surprise birthday dinner Sunday: requested to seek out informa- BUY
I according to reports just funds were allocated -
evening at the VFW Post Home tion and submit reports back to
released by the State Welfare for November as follows -
north of Hernando. National.It .
1963 Valiant V-100 29
Dept. : aged three persons 50
About persons gatheredfora was not known what informa-
i A total of 276 aged days at $687; dependent children -
persons covered dish dinner, with tion was to be asked for and
2 DOOR SEDAN receiving a total of $12.902 had one seven days at $189; Blackwell and Wagner and their what would be useful to head-
average checks of$46.75.Sixty- blind none disabled, two, 13 wives seated at the head table.A quarters in time of national
nine families with 187 children days $333. BUILDREMODEL
large birthday cake baked by said
emergency Mrs.W o do d-
FULL received funds amounting to No money was earmarked for
FULL $1799 Counts Bakery was presentedto ford. Accuracy was very im-
PRICE e PRICE $3,885 or average checks of nursing home care. the two gentlemen who cut it portant in reporting. For example -
$56.30 perfamily$16.39per More than 64 cent of and passed it around for their it was needed to know
This price includes Federal Tax service handling, child. the world's achievementshave per guests to enjoy. The honorees (1)) how many CAP members
Payments to the blind totaled great received several nice
and delivery in OcalaValiant gifts. could be contacted by radio net
$656 for 11 with checks been accomplished by
persons Mrs. Mabel Roberts played telephone or messenger and
1963 V-100 averaging $59.64 and 46 dis- men above the age of 60. "Happy Birthday" on the piano could be made available withinone
and other music was provided bya hour after receipt; ((2)) how
2 DOOR SEDAN uuke box.MoWagner.. many corporate owned and privately -
,senior member of owned aircraft in commission -
thumbs go into the LeRoy: Rooks #4252 VFW, and available; ((3))
was 76 Monday. Mr. Blackwellwell ground rescue teams available
known in this area and who and ready to go within the hour; See
w, NOWuTOP works part time at the Chronicle ((4)) land and mobile andaircraftradio
i
was 71 on Sunday. stations for mission assignment -
; ((5) radio stations ca-
pable of operating on own powerand

Includes full tactory.. UlpmentPlus industry's first QUAL\ number under of auxiliary chaplains power availablefor ; ((6)

5 Year 50,000 Mile WarrantyDOWN Try our Take Barbeque Home GenuinePit immediate duty; ((7)) those
who could work under assign-

Seeds Cooked slowly over a bed of ment if the nation were without
$19 5 DOWN 91Ud 94idot Oak & Hickory coal fire; power.
Major Woodford described the
PAYMENT PAYMENT exercise as most successful.

36 Payments at $ .10.lncludes Credit Life 9M SfPWu1 'P e4gec 7tme Hickory KingRestaurant

1%Sales Tax, Tag Title Etc. Extra. There'll always be a Boston.A .

.SAWAYA AUTOMOTIVERAMBLER motorist driving on a New
Jersey highway saw a hitchhiker -
ALLEN'S' HARDWARE with a sign reading:
PLYMOUTH -- HILLMAN .
' 19
Hwy. Crystal River, Fla l
: "Heading'ior' Boston. Refer-
622-4133
2 E. Jefferson Ocala, Fla. Phone '
1 Blks. North of .Invent
Court House! ** ences exchanged."




RIVER LAKES MANOR located in the heart of

g Florida's i scenic woodland country features
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It 'n. building lots, 5-acre and larger building tracts

and custom-built homes tailored to your needs .
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lot an acre or an estate and be assured that :. --
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building I restrictions are so clearly defined -

that you have no worries about the value of your .. .

property.


You can build a weekend retreat or a permanent .

residence and River i Lakes Manor will '

handle all of the detai I s from the initial land PROPERTY OWNERS In River-Lakes Manor will enjoy tke ." ,('

sale to the final nail that will be driven i into the one of the finest recreation areas in Florida.
Fishing and swimming in both Lake Tsala Apopka
house of your choice. and the Withlacoochee River, vast hunting preserve
and a riding stable. Golf course, archery and skeet _
ranges and swimming pools will be available right at
Plan I now to join the selected group that will your front door. r

make up the population of central I Florida's., ',"

most exciting new residential development -- ". '

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I Mailing address: P.O. Box 38Hernamo ZZZZ .
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2 BEDROOMS BREEZEWAY FULL GARAGE /
SPORTSMAN'S RETREAT SITES (LAKEVIEW-BEAUTIFULLY WOODED): S
| 52 $50 Down- $15 Monthly(SOx 120') =
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55 WATERFRONT SITES: From $2495- 10% Down $25 Monthly 5Z ' this' contemporary mi.....
Designed to fit its setting in Florida's "Blue Grass Country",

=55 ACREAGE 2 1/2 5, 10 acre tracts from $1495 to $3450 10J& down $25 monthly,55 captivating home creates high appeal to the River-Lakes Manor Retirees. CONSTRUCTION FEATURES:
= = The alternate. floor plan offers further scope for personal needs aM.,:: Reinforced masonry fouadadoo-Termite
55 Please reserve ZZ budget.The ' shields-3 x 8 floor joHw-2 x 6 ae>Due wed
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55 tract and mip sTio location= of my property will be forwarded Immediately. ZZ full masonry construction this home has all the plus features to al) treated exterior decorative plyweod--xt
-.. be found In River-Lakes Manor permanent home designs: Terrazzo beam celling redwood s 1D JaIIIIII"-"-
55 Name Address .=ZZ Floors Full Plaster Walls and Ceilings Damp proofed and Termite vllle 2 inch insulating root deck: which gins
----------------- --------------------- = proofed pressure treated lumber Built-in Wall Furnace Insulated a beautifully finished ceiling Sliding glass
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Roundup .Sunday fiQ SOD b60 Per Ft.

The Marion County Sheriff's _:
I jj CASH-AND-dARRY OVER STOCKED.
yours Department and the Marion
County Saddle Club. Inc. will Lttfccape ItasiryU.S. ,
present the Second Annual Sheriffs

budget 11 day afternoon Posse Roundup at the Southeastern 1:30 Sun-- . 41 N. Sportsm 's Park .

s Livestock Pavilion. Ocala. 1 BLOCK SO. BOWLING ALLEY 726-1381
All proceeds will go to the
il'y benefit of the Florida Sheriff's
Boys Ranch.
Prizes and ribbons will be
G .awarded winners of the:grand jexa1 L NIAiI
entry posse judging calf roping -
English Pleasure cowhide
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coiN race senior pole bending jun-
ior pole bending senior barrel t
racing junior barrel racing.
Western Pleasure musical tires -
a 0 : buddy pick-up and steer ..-
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decoration. DIAMOND
Children under 12 will be admitted JUBILEE

free. M c&Dj

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Birthday Pqrt sr i o IRI12 set HAIR SPRAY
SUPPORT NYLONS
Savings add up fast when you do laun- fof.fi.5o 2 for 1,51
CRYSTAL RIVER-_"A happy F kfrtI sRy.i2jx.4.. llet.. AMMOl. NO dulIlBf
dry in our thrifty automatic washers 'and joyful party*was described b Seams or Mtmltu. f1Nn.Ruteq
as the one given last week at the
and dryers. Everything is done just the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rubbing ALCOHOL 43c ADHESIVE TAK..... 2 for.44

way you like it, in little timel! Shaw given Jr.by The the birthday Shaws in party honor was of "SHOULD A BODY MEET A BODY comin through the rye", it just might be Louis Connell. well- Rq.7fe f A forte 9Ic AtIIMf M<< Jalt..2, for.11
known semi-retired business man. Connell's large farm and ranch located between Inverness and 3.58 Net Water 1ettIe..2 for
Mrs. Shaw's father.
Main Street Inverness Daisy E. Pint In plastic bottle. 3.0
EfnltJ VI CCU Hernando is one of the most attractive properties hereabouts. He raises most of the forage for
lUlIfl EVLCLn' (Across from High School Van Anderson and also Mrs. 9Ic BUFFERED ASPtIIl..2 for
)
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Schatzie Van DeWeerd whose his 150 Hereford stock and in addition to ample grazing acreage has some 30 acres in rye. The R.a ASPNtIhI 53c
-Laundry Dry Cleantng0 birthdays. fall on the same day tall and lanky Connell proudly showed off one 15-acre section of his beautiful grain to a Chronicle Ry.sk2forf5c SUPPOSlTOlWS..2 for.54
-------- .- -0 III April 18. Refreshments staff member this past week. Soon to be harvested and fed to his livestock via a unique method 1.81 Fettt Them2 for 1None 1.78 '
served and many useful gifts Connell's emerald field of rye averaged five feet in height. -staff photo finer made100 s. 98c HAND LOT**........ .. for.M
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presented to the honorees. L ,, .. .' i...n AEXOSOI 77c fTAJWNC,
: ':. HIGH IND. SERIES
; SHAVE CREAMS
Bob Gilstrap 601 :. 50 01 e.. 1.,2 for .71
Tom Arwin 573 ... '''.,ac 2 for He 3:11: POI.YMUI..SMtf..2 1 for
3.10
Sportsmen's Bowl -- lIwnderorRudy
HIGH IND. GAME .
Bob Gilstrap 223 slow.ll 01. .2.98 PANOYITE..2 for 2..

Doc Bonifield 214 IOXID 89c DEOOOMHT Ro-Ball 2 for.70

StandingsApril Cecil Fowler 214 STATIONERY 2.58 MIST coL01NE.....2 for 2.51

1ST NIGHTERS 2 for r..'
Pure Oil 38/2 17/2 R." .00
Carrolls Ready Mix 35 21 MIftJ strew w...MI-31 '::':r::

,. Home Furniture 34/2 21/2 I
,x. . 2 fK TPC
NR : t 99 1
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Super Choice Feather River Lodgepole 15 through April 18. 1963 Miss Milwaukke Deep Metz Construction 34 22 Ej1YElOP E$_.2 pks..2& Kills contacted iirninratteM .
WON LOST Se Fishing 27 25 Dolphin Deep Sea 25c truth.25cTMin.MnM PMC
Pine V-Joint Panelling 1 X 6 All 8 ft. HIS N HER Springs Ceramic Stud. 26 26 Fishing 33 23 \ for.2S

Carlson Realtor 33/2 18/2 Segars Real Estate 25 27 Sportsmens Sundries 29 27 RYSU4LS2 for,90 R.... SACCHARIN
Bennett Rexal Drug 32/2 19/2 Connors Office Supply 24 28 Welch Cabinet Shop 28 28 age MOTH C TAM.ETS
Regular Price 90 running foot R&H Builders 32/2 19/2 Chick Chitty 21 31 Sumpter Electric 26 30 8le INSECT pu L2 for.88 tiyr. l-
Special running Cookie Cutters 31/2 20/2 Smith Ogden 21 31 Main Street Garage 24 32 ETS,3s2pk$..2f1 Ry.i.r..2. <<12f
CA .. !Buzby Tax Service 29 23 Dolphin Deep Sea 'I.G.A. Foodliner 23 33 25c HAIR N
While it Lasts |||J foot . :::t{ Fishing 9 43 Carlson Realtor 16 40 55c REX)( f\IIM..._..2rolls.56 a= r
\ HIGH TEAM SERIES> Inverness Const. 15 41 2Bc MIU( .4 MA9MESIA
WRAP_.....-2for .
Carslon Realtor 2014 HIGH TEAM SERIES Gift
BIBLE. .......2", Uc
THE Service 1988 Pure Oil 2696
Perfect wall panelling for any room \ Buzby Tax I
, HIGH TEAM GAME Home Furniture2692 ____ Mld' IHItIve. 12 oa
( : SPEAKS Carlson Realtor 709 HIGH TEAM GAME 1.04 MONACET
Segars Real Estate 693 Pure Oil 943 APC T SETS, 100-1._,.....2 Firl./5
JACKSON LUMBER COMPANY HIGH IND. SERIES Home Furniture 931 49c KIENZO
TO YOU Howard Price 638 HIGH IND. SERIES TOOTH HUSHES, ................._...2.Sf

Carl Buzby 586 Stan Zalencki 666 98: FAST DANDRUFF SHAMPOO ....._. ,.,."
Elsie VanNortwick 528 Nick Solyer 613
Inverness Sunday--9:15 a.m. 69c COTTON
/M; Helen Rolph 515 HIGH IND. GAME BAilS, sterile 1NALL'S ......... ,.,.7'
WDBO-580 HIGH IND. GAME Nick Solyer 243
726-2051 8. Howard Price 256 Stan Zalencki 240
Telephone .
Sd Richard Kaufman 221 TRI COUNTY DRUG STORE
This week's Christian pce
Elsie Van Nortwick 191 Concrete Products 42 22
"ATONEMENT program and the LONELYCROWD' Helen Rolph 185 R&H Renes 40/2 23/2 DUNNELLCN
500 SCRATCH Ossenfort Build. 37 27
Crystal River Roofing74 38 Builders Supply 37 27 Telephone HU 9-2441
---- Dan Fero Court 35 29
Ins. 68/2 43/2
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:::'::::::" Cravens Barber Shop 64 48 Little John Tile 31/2 32/2
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West Coast Title 59/2 52/2 Cooks Pharmacy 31 33
Yandles Gulf 56 56 Sportsmens Bowl 27 37
Super Cat 50 62 Fero Insurance 26 38
With One Of H Bonifield 41 71 Shutts Electric 13 51 --....
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Ertles Plastering 35 77 HIGH TEAM SERIES ,'
$ : HIGH TEAM SERIES R&H Renes 2819 /'
;T"d- Dan Fero Insurance 1696 Builders Supply 2720 .
Crystal River Roofing1623 HIGH TEAM GAME I AreYouABEAR
r' HIGH TEAM GAME R&H Renes 983
Dan Fero Insurance 593 Builders Supply
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..'.. '. ." Crystal River Rooting. 592 HIGH IND. SERIES in hot weather?
. 0'- ''' Cecil Fowler 618
John Carver 615

HIGH IND. GAME Get o/..manPOMB1W
LOANS giveMom Cecil Fowler 242
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Lloyd Shelton 235
PIlI' : PIN BUSTERS (
r Bowles Lumber Co. 50 10
Dampiers Mannequins 39 21
:'" Metz Home Bldrs. 38 22
0 -i the Acne Hardware 32 28 Waterless Central CIIIII
I.G.A. Foodliner 32 28
r Johnstons Fill Dirt 31 29
-', . bestCool Coffee Kettle 28 32 ONE compact unit
< 0' -
Winns 27 33
Pharmacy
a ' ; Sweat's 26 34 cools your whole homeAt
and carefree, Floral Cash 22 38
City Grocery
: last here's CENTRAL air
: : /" ; Weeds 20 40
/ Honey Dippers
f 1:7 < \ ; feminine and flattering Dunkel Court 15 45 conditioning budget-priced and
-, HIGH TEAM SERIES designed for every size home.

Metz Home Builders 2Xl3Sweat's
New .waterless unit
2143
cools dehumidifies. ventilates
Phone for Appointment HIGH TEAM GAMESweat's 781 filters. No plumbing) And
Polar-Pak actually has two
Metz Home Builders 780
AI ; .. cI So 7$-2601 HIGH IND. SERIES complete cooling systems. Oa
mild
: Eleanor Bonifield529 days only one system
works s I ash i n g electricity
STOP WISHING. START Nell Jordan 525 bills. In hot weather both sys-
HIGH IND.GAME
t
tems to work.
go
DRIVING THAT NEW CAR! Mildred's Beauty Dorothy Eleanor Bonifield192 Edwards 211
Polar-Pak fits anywhere: attic,
Salon crawlspace basement eve
>. ADVERTISE IN outdoors. Works with your present -
0 THE CHRONICLE heating system or imtependeatly. -
Yes "Save \ EXPAND YOUR HOME FOR with any type duos
we can A Pile" for you. A low-cost or exclusive Coleman Bfcad-

loan from The Bank of Inverness will buy you ; :;".". MORE LIVING SPACE. .. Air system. Let us show you
; how easily can have central
a new automobile, help with the re-modeling of 'cooling this you summer. Call for

your home or a personal loan for purchase of a c NOTICEThe free survey I '

major item.Remember .

Complete banking ser. LOW AS

a conventional bank loan is the best vices in pleasant surroundings following merchants will discontinue -

and cheapest money you can borrow today. ' . . . Bring giving PIONEER STAMPSon $5.50

your money problems to all! merchandise purchased after PER WEEK _

us, our staff of trained i April 30th.---

consultants usually can

suggest a solution.


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