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 Material Information
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: May 2, 1963
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
weekly[ former <1939-1968>]
semiweekly[ former <1980-1981>]
daily
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028315
Volume ID: VID01587
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 15802799
alephbibnum - 366622
lccn - sn 87070035

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1 Need For County -. "' .,'.F .ii-r" r -:,: .; ,':':''.=._ -rl' ,.... .

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Shelter
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Being EmphasizedWhat .;.{..,"" Beginning FridayCounty's

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What do know about the tional ; Ok
. you of First Test member Horace Allen, his wife With exception of the children,
history of Citrus County? WhatI Council President'sConditi
and two children; council mem- all of the above group have had

j who do you pioneered know about this the families and the there CR Community Bldg. bers Hugh Allen Calvin Sig- as much as six hours of train- on ImprovedJ.

county Mrs. and their ing in shelter living.
Sigmon
propagated its citizenry through ty... A group of 29 ,including mon
up persons
son; policeman J.W. Bozeman, The 29 persons will be con- Fred Hair president of the
ttte years? several county and munici- Mrs. Bozeman and three child- fined to two rooms with a total Inverness City Council and Gulf

I Would you.be Interested In ed. pal officials law enforcement ren; the Rev. John Harley; Dr. of 252 square feet of floor space. Oil products dealer here was

learning more about Citrus officers, a minister and a number Lloyd George; and county road This is less than 10 square feet reported yesterday much improved -
II the
: County, becoming Instrumental of children--one five-mon
chief Bennie Barnes, who will per person.No but'moving around very
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in accumulating historical data Mrs. ths-old will go into 24-hour con- "
be umpire for the exercise. doubt, this should be an cautiously.
and preserving It for posterity? p finement tomorrow afternoon at if released from
County Commissioner Bob Gil- interesting valuable, ex- He was Citrus
L The opportunity for such a is C' Crystal River. strap, who will not be inside the periment. It will definitely be a Memorial Hospital Monday following -
worthwhile and longawaitedservice sota The motley congregation
shelter will serve as communi- new experience for 29 men. two days' treatment of
is beginning to make itself i Q s. practically seal themselves off cations director.Mrs. Land will women and children of many injuries incurred in an automobile -

available, due primarily to state. from the "outside world" as also be on the scene.Deputy walks of life. Canastg, anyone? collision around 2:30 Sat-
the profound interest of a sin- they close the doors of Crystal urday afternoon. The mishap

cerely dedicated woman in of ;" lr; River's community building be- occurred at Pine and Dampier
Homosassa.Mrs. has f hind them for a new experience Almost Halts Intruder streets intersection.

i Mary MacRae, exhuber- was 'In modern day living. Slated to appear before Mayor

acing a keen respect for history, taught According to Mrs. Bell Land
Abe Weitz' traffic court tomorrow -
it locked, -
HOMOSASSASPRINGSDeputySheriff door finding butgetting
proposes a Citrus County His- an the county's Civil Defense director -
afternoon on a charge oi
Herb Williams of inside.
almost
a man
torical Association. She, like lady. it's all part of a fallout a glimpse
the of
netted an intruder at Nature'sGiant The intruder ran through the failing to yield right way
many others is appalled by the shelter training exercise.It will
Fish Bowl here the door. The is Cicero Chambliss 42yearold -
building
to rear
C shortly
alarming fact that scarcely lit- Rae % xr be the first such test to be held
Much after midnight Saturday ((1:30 deputy yelled to the man to stopas Negro city employee.Cham-
tle has been done to r in Citrus County.
preserveany bliss vehicle struck the driv-
Sunday morning he neared the back in the
) gate
of the historic richness of u' The shelter training maneuver
Y [+ # The officer received a call exclaiming brick wall. When the man didn'tstop er's side of Hair's car as the
Citrus County. And she hopes, ilk :uQ will get under way at 4 p.m. that someone was in Williams fired.At latter moved north on Pine
with the interest and Friday at the sounding of an attack -
coopera-
Street.
the attraction's general the sound of the pistol, the
building
tion of other citizens, this warning signal.The groupof
unidentified turned and
"tearing it up" man
"shameful situation" will be volunteers will be hustled into
Williams rushed the went back into the building. As
to scene
remedied shortly.All the community building and
alone and he crashed through the front
upon arriving four
persons desiring to join Levy doors will be closed af 4:15.
r things quiet. He tried the fro glass door Williams again fired.
her in this dedicatedunder- ers" r 4. The doors will re-open on Sat-
The search continued into early
taking--anyone wishing to forma urday afternoon at the end of
i morning without trace of the
Citrus County Historical Association about M the shelter exercise. any

-should contact Mrs. cal Three free meals--at the expense Dunnellon Girl yegg.
A box of candy was found along
Mary MacRae, P.O. Box 288, ty. of the taxpayers--will be
the About half
route. a
escape
Homosassa, Fla. old served to the confined men,
Held In DeathA dollar in pennies were found to
A cultured person, Mrs.Mac- NEVER-ENDING DREAM,flowing like the waters of her beloved women and children. Each meal be missing and an undisclosed

I'' Rae has lone been fascinated by in River, is that of accumulating and preserving Citrus with the exception of baby food Dunnellon amount of costume jewelry. t
the history of this county and by colorful history. A director of the Florida Historical for the infant, will consist of of juvenile was in

some of he people who ranked "But ; she hopes to form a county historical association "be- eight Graham crackers and a orities custody Marion County auth- Prize Winners NamedGene t

among its early inhabitants For never its too late." photo by Tannehill cup of water. Two: lo-wattbulbs yesterday following the
15 years she has been doing research will afford light. fatal stabbing of a 43-year-old Hewitt manageroperator -

work on county history, ed Taking part in this first shel- Inverness Negro Tuesday night. of the new Hewitt Standard

,including six months in the na- 302'Takes ter training exercise will be the Only a few of the facts involvingthe Service on Main and S. Apopka
incident could be obtained by reports that his "open house"Saturday
following citizens: Harley Lev-
Hotel Dining .: ins county commissioner, who press time yesterday noon. was highly successfuland
will act as shelter manager. Dead is Alfred L. Broughton, he wishes to thank all of

Wednesday.'f At Event : Mrs. Levins and their two sons maintenance and yard man at those who took time to visit his

Room Reopens will accompany him; Don McBride Citrus Memorial Hospital. He new facilities.In .

cause Boy Scout Troop 302 patrol leader, Who was assistedby realtor, who will serveas allegedly was stabbed three addition to free Cokes and

The popular hangri-Dining top honors at the big patrol leadersEarl Ogden, operations officer; Ralph times by the unidentified Negro balloons Hewitt gave away four
Room in the Orange Hotel. Inverness - held Friday Stan Dommert. Tom Infantinoand Rooks, county school board girl after he went to Dunnellon prizes. First prize a new tire

re-opened Wednesdayunder rabies Saturday at the Tampa fair Ben Scofield.These leaders chairman, his wife and three with a brother-in-law to get was won by Mrs. W.L. Owens.
the direction of Mr. and were in charge of the demonstration some moneyowed him. Brooks Ellison of Floral City GEORGE W.SCO1 ILLD
ness. unds, group leaders report children (including an infanton
Mrs. Wilbur and fam- on shifts as- % calledtheMarion -
Spafford The Chronicle
The this week. andjjrere $ );< Highway- Patrolman John won the second prize. 25 gals of
ily, of Hernando.The City local performed T be- listed by other members of Sewell Town Manager, Paul County Sheriffs Department; gas.. Five kibrteations ,was die -
troop Florida Bar To
Spafford family brings to Dr. an overflow crowd of their patrols. Each Scoutwor1c- Wood; funeral director Ralph which in turn referred to County third prize W R'by Buddy Rog
the local dining room: a wealthof ed his turn on the demonstrationand Judge Lewis Myers'office.Jud- ers. And two-year subscription -
here 25,000 visitors with an Strickland; county school board
experience in the food busi- were show of Scoutcraft on his free time had ample ge Myers was holding court and to The Citrus County Honor

ness. Mrs. Spafford said Mon- than without using fac- opportunity to visit the other his office said only he knew particulars Chronicle was won by the Rev. AttorneyGeorge

day that a complete daily meal cooking utensils.any 200 features of the show. of the case. A.L. Flury.
service will be conducted feat- Other Inverness Scouts parti- Rites Friday For W. Scofield. Inverness

uring a'business men's luncheon cooking'gadgets fro m discarded were im-tin cipating in the exhibition were William L. Smith lawyer will be honored this

each noon with a menu change of all sizes aluminum foil Spike Fitzpatrick, Paul Balasch Subscription Goal ReachedJames week at the annual convention
every day for thirteen consecu- branches of William Whiting Robbie Funeral services for William of The Florida Bar in Miami
trees.
tive days. Gibson Larry Smith, Mike L. Smith of Inverness will be Beach May 1-5, when the Bar
These were made into roast- Harman, temporary reached and surpassed.The .
Mrs. Spafford will supervisethe Butts Jack Rosier Ronald Lan- held Friday at 2:30 in the chapelof pays special tribute to its fifty-
broilers, frying pans bak- chairman of the proposed group is now intensively
dining room and the menus A glois, Stephen Gronert, Jerry Porter Funeral Home.lnterment year members.
bowls and First Federal Savings and
ovens, soup working on a location for theinstitutions
and she will be joined by her : of cook-every Reed Winston Webb,Henry Co- will be in the Crystal River Loan Association of Citrus Scofield,who received his LLB
piece office and
Wilbur trained chef, First necessary as from John B.Stetson University
son Jr., do wan, Quinn Thrift Joe Woods cemetery.Mr. announced this week
equipment required to a County, soon as satisfactory rental
who is being discharged from ness. I David Scofield Joe Dias and Ed- Smith 52, passed away was admitted to practice in
class and that the minimum
cooking baking required can be reached -
the Air Force Friday after four each die Bowman. yesterday morning in the veterans arrangements 1908. He served in the Florida
The performance ran three amount of capital subscriptions further organizationalwork
years of service. Here Scout leaders Howard Dom hospital at Lake City.A native House of Representatives from
Friday night and from 2 set by federal regula- will be completed it
The Shangri-La management gram men Otto Allen and Frank Co of South Dunnellon, he has 1911-1935 and again in 1943.
Saturday until 10 authorities has been was stated.
will cater to parties of any size er, quickly as the small p.m.bis- wan had general supervision of resided in Citrus County all of tory Scofield was mayor of the Cityof
.
and will feature a weekly Sun- tist and roasted the local troop's activities dur- his life. -- Inverness from 1919-1922,

day noon-day dinner special.A meats were ing the show. A number Scout Survivors include his wife, and state attorney for the Fifth
they were passed out to
style show by Beverly Lee tist visitors. parents and friends from Inverness Mrs. Mildred M. Smith of Inverness Judicial Circuit from 1913-

Shop, Inverness, will be held in of the events was based attended the show. ; four sons Ralph L. 1925. He has also served as at
the Shangri-La Dining Room The : Assistant Scout-O-Rama director Bellamy. Raymond L., Roger torney for the Citrus County
,
next Wednesday evening.May 8, originality within Scoutcraft ingenuity keep- Col. James Howard. Inverness Dale and Billy D. Smith all of Board of County Commissioners -

beginning at 6 o'clock.RainAt tion objectives commented that the Inverness; three daughters Citrus County Board of
and
this boy. leadership perfor- outstanding show and exhibitionput Pennie A.. Linda K. and Audrey f Public Instruction and he Cityof

on by the local youths wasa Gail Smith, all of the home;and Inverness. Scofield is a past
of the local
LastWater charge troop's contributing factor to the huge one brother. Horace L.Smith of president of the Citrus County
; was Donald senior
being King success of the entire event. Brooksville. 1iL Bar Association and the Fifth

that precious sub- Judicial Circuit Bar Association -

stance which has been pouring != and is active in church,

out of hose and sprinklerfor Respond To Idea civic and fraternal affairs.

week upon week, final.y Seventy lawyers and judges,
gave this area a good drench- all active members of The Florida -
ing in the form of rain Tuesday mage Bar admitted to practicein

night and early Wednes- ing Student On-Job Trainingof { Florida for 50 years or more

day morning.An of an i will be honored at special ceremonies -
8 a.m. reading at the local to Merchants in Inverness and high school seniors beginning (wo specially trained,instructors during the Saturday

water department showed The in Crystal River are re next fall. has already been employed morning business assembly of
that 1.6 inches of rain had favorably a program Supt. Harry K. Buie said this for the Crystal River -c': the convention at the Americana

fallen since late Tuesday to give on-the-job week that he is very optimistic program. Another one, for Inverness _> Hotel, Miami Beach.

evening. Dark clouds kept last to a select group of about the program about reception is being sought. "Until

citrus growers and others - by local merchants a- these teachers have been secur-
Bolt To
hereabouts optimistic that bout enthusiasm of the students ed there isn't to much we can Tommy Play

these needed showers wouldbe and about success of the idea do," the school official said. On Inverness Course

followed by more. here in Citrus County. Eaton stated that there are 16

The recent dry spell, well By "merchant". it was pointed employers here who have pledged Tommy Bolt nationally known

over a month in duration, out that this applies to any business themselves to the programand golfer who has a home in Crystal

was ended as a southwardly or professional person in at least four others who are River, will take on local golfersin

} moving cool front eased its Inverness and Crystal River considering it. "The receptancewe a trial of the greens at Inverness

way across the Florida bor- whose services merchandise got was very good...about Golf fc Country Club Sunday:
der bring showers to the cen- is for sale to the general public. 80 percent fruitful." He said r afternoon beginning at 1 0'

tral part of the state. The student on-the-job training club president Dick Kaufman is cl ck.

t.f. idea more formally refer- pleased with the work being done k Bolt, who is a former pro at

C..'}:,,.. :." :'.'.' ..'; }t Itr red to as Diversified Cooperative by the Kiwanis. Kaufman is a the Paradise Country Club in
, Training has been most member of the county school Crystal River but who now plays

O receptive to Inverness met board. out of California, will go the

WeatherLOW chants. Buie explained,because Students selected by guidance rounds with local pros Cliff

here the program is being push- counselors for the DCT program Homketh and Bob Rttz, and

HIGH'April ed by the Kiwanis Club. No clubor would meet with the two Alfred Brown, president of the
24 70 92 organization Crystal River specially trained instructorstwo Inverness dulL
April 25 64 88 The public is invited to follow
1 has yet selected to work for the periods each school morn-
April"26 62 89 program. ing. After taking their required these golfers over the greens

April 27 62 89 Owen Eaton, who is chairmanof academic courses for the day
28 54 86
April the Kiwanians Vocational they would go to work taking
29 68 87
April Guidance Committee,has within some type of on-job training in
30 61 88
April the past couple of weeks con- local stores shops offices etc.
1 62
May tacted most of the merchants in They would be required to be
Precipitation 1.6 inches the Inverness community. His on the job at least two hours per

"The Rains Came"Tuesdayevening committee reports that these day and the instructors would

and yesterday morning merchants have responded very check to see that each student 'Y
brought good rainfall thus Aprilwasn't AND HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS I--Commander W.B. Davis While Mrs. Linda Brass chatted
favorably to the idea and are was doing his or her job prop- AND THEN THERE WAS NONE- $iM1
totally dry. However, (right) accepts} the special citation awarded last week to Citrus tiling to cooperate. Working erly and that employers were unbeknowingly in a nearby department store Monday morning,her

Wednesday morning's very Barracks 3058. Veterans of World War I. The local unit, only with Eaton are Louis Connell satisfied and cooperating with two small fry bored by nothing to do, took advantage of cartons Ye therefore shall oe perfectas

early shower nearly kept you organized in December, already has 76 members (66 of them and Cary Smoak.A the students. of eggs left with them in the parked car on Courthouse Square. your heavenly Father is per-

from reading this weather in- charter) and is striving for 100 by July. The unit has grown so number of Crystal River The DCT program is aimed Scrambling enough of the messy hen fruit on the frost seat- fect. -- (Matt. 5:28)
formation. Heavy surface wat- rapidly that members had to hold last week's in the then The I become God's
meeting merchants who have been approached seniors who do not plan to enter where Mommie would have to two-year-old Tammy power to
ers deluged the streets of Inver- courthouse, rather than In the Florida Power Lounge.Commander on the idea have voiced college, who can't afford college began gleefully dropping eggs out the window some of them perfect child is within all of us.

ness with the water getting right Davis, who has worked tirelessly to make Barracks 3058 the out- their support. Others who or perhaps who might not splattering the car on their way down. But little brother Doewas We need only to brush aaide all

up to the bottom of the front standing youn unit that it has become, also accepted the charterfor would be willing to participate be able to obtain a higher edu- visibly unhappy over being left out of Tammy's delightful the disappointments and doubts

door of The Chronicle office. the organization at last week's meeting.Making the presenta- are urged to contact Principal cation. They would be selectedfor game. It was fun. fun. fua-uatil Mommie arrived oa the scene. and disbeliefs of the past and

... tions was Franklin Perrin Deputy Service Office of District 5. Harman Chesser there. their particular DCT job on At that moment we can't describe what took place eg actly. join in silent communion with
C' ::==::: : ::: : . ..... .,' ..u -photo by Tannehill Supt. Buie mentioned that one Continued on Page 8-A. photo by TaaasUll Him through pravei.








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-J2-A The GURUS COUNTY CHRONICLE May 2, 1963 "- ,.

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.- Deadline For Feed

Grain Acreage Nears TREES art SUMMERY

Farmers were reminded today
.' : that payments for diversion J ia containers can be set out now. We deliver, setout
'-' " .. "-.., .. the special price-support and guarantee, (small extra charge). All varieties
x ,u ux \ : ";-;=; : ;< $ ments depend on not grazing citrus trees, silver maple, palms ("'c

", .j: .1 t .f' acreage diverted under the 1963 freeze ). Elms (worlds fastest shade), Mtenooa.
-Thousands others. Pleats flowers aad sferufce.Nwsiry .
; feed grain from 1
; !l;,:< program May
to November 1963.
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"'!' fi ;0" ". Jtf/ Julian Kelly, chairman, Agri-
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\t- . ...-- .!'< _" cultural Stabilization and Con- LaliSC3lfl
i ;;1 servation County Committee,
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:-"""" : said this week that the acreageso
i" .> .. -- ,. affectedistheacreagedesig- Both toeattoae. Lincoln Park aDd Sponsmaas Park.WhIR .
=3" :" i- '': 'f'' nated for diversion by the pro-

..... / .-.,..;, ::.! ".'' gram participant at the time a
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; s . check is made of compliance.In .
': ': ;' "", ..... ,' check
2 '- Citrus County this
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should be substantially com- You TkMk afThink
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., .,','.- pleted by July, 1963.
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"-.= Farmers in Citrus County
'oi have signed up three farms for INSURANCE :Jl\
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--i---!; participation in the 1963 feed cfJOHN ( :
FISHING WATERS ARE EVERYWHERE in Florida, but too often the angler Is hard pressed to find i'E '
grain program. Acreage signedup
access points. During the past several years more than 100 launching ramps were constructedfor 'r. a for diversion under the pro-

'better fishing." but many, many more will be needed for future fishing for all. Such access .,;J! c.. gram includes 65.0 acres from ROSCOW
points as these are needed on fresh water areas in Citrus County. With little improvement, such production of the two feed
places as the end of N. Apopka Ave. and N. Cherry Street, for example, could be made into ideal ft
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""' grains.
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-and attractive.lake access points., : Z" ,.. .2"n On the Spire" PhMM 72S222DREMEMBER
'Florida Wildlife photos by Wallace Hughes r . .. Seminole Club EndsA

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1 1- Beautiful Citrus County A Florida. Wildlife' Feature Delightful Year h -

CRYSTAL RIVER--Mack L.
Vickrey, president of the Sem-

Good Fishing For AllBy inole Club, brought down the I
gavel at the conclusion of last
Thursday night's supper meet-
ing as the end of the 1962-63 The Three Most I Important Giving i

A.D. ALDRICH man in one way or another, water fishing in Florida is season. occasions of the year are onMOTHER'S hand
Director Game & Fresh Water touches every hand in a com- worth at least $52,345,000 a "It has been a delightful and
Fish Commission munity. Everyone benefits year to the citizens of Florida.It successful year together", he
(second in a series) either directly or indirectlyfrom should be realized that less said in remarks to a large groupof .
Why fish in fresh water? To fresh water fishing. than 3% of this total value is members and guests. give
many sportsmen nothing can ******* available to the Commission for "With Mrs. Ralph BeddowandMrs.
surpass the thrill of a bass ris- How much is fresh water fish- fisheries work.Since many citi- A.D. Williams as host-
ing to a lure, or the scrappy Ing worth? A national survey indicated zens in Florida fish without a esses, a "dinner of usual ex-
fight of a Florida panfish.Fresh that two out of every license, the total recreational cellency" was served at appropriately DAY
water fishing provides count- five persons over 12 years of value could reach 75000000. decorated tables. Mrs.
t Moss Oaks Trailer Court less hours of outdoor recrea- age fish one or more times during It is easy to note that where Beddow's famous collection of
-. tion for both residents and visitors a year. On an average fresh water fishing is good "spring hats" were every-
in the sunshine state. fishermen take about 18 fishing more people fish and the bene- where. They numbered 65.

Fresh water fishing serves as trips during a year.In fits to the citizens are greater. Games were played following e r
i, one of the chief tourist atract- Florida this percentage is Where the fishing conditions are the dinner.
ions in a state that is filled with considerably higher, probably poor, and catches are low, the
tourist attractions. due to the accessibility of water. benefits are reduced. Notice To Masons
i People fish in Florida's fresh This same survey indicated that Fresh water fishing is a business FLORAL CnY--Worshipful WROYAL GIFTS FOfl
waters because they enjoy fishing the average fisherman spent and good fishing is good Master Glenn Eady announces
because they catch fish,because approximately $95 for his fish- business. To produce better that Floral City Lodge No. 133
it provides them with recreation ing pleasure. fishing there must be better
F&AM, will confer the Entered FATHER'S DAY
and pleasure without a In Florida there were 551,000 fish management.' Apprentice degree this eveningat Father
great investment, and becausethe licensed fishermen during 1961. Next week: Who pays for fish 8 o'clock. All Masons in the
fresh water fish of Floridaare This would indicate that fresh management? area are invited to attend.
valued as a table fish.

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Fresh water fishing is a val- .
uable resource to all the peopleof cle beginning with the issue of [ BIBLE. '
THE QifliQ irr.
Florida and as such it deserves May 9.
the close attention of all con- W were privileged last Thurs-
cerned. PUBLISHER'SCORNER day to go through the mechanicsof j| SPEAKS .JJIIIIf) GRADUATION MY
i ******* compiling this highly impor-
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Who benefits from fresh water tant and involved document andit H TO .. I Let us help you with
i fishing? Everyone--the butcher is truly amazing the amount of YOU. ( did us I .PROU D!! your problems.We .
the baker and the candle- detailed work that goes into the ijou

Serenity is the theme at Moss Oaks Trailer Court, depicted in stick maker--every citizen of THE CITRUS COUNTY SAV- listing.Mr. Sunday-9:15 a.m.. have ideel gifts
photo above, where high and dry lots are shaded by majestic oak Florida benefits from fresh water ings and loan group report favorable Anderson reports that in from $1.00.
trees. Located just south of Inverness onHwy 41 the court offers fishing. progress in solicitationof fifteen years of compiling this WDBO-580 kc JEWEL BOX We gift wrap.
''special year-around rates as well as trailers for rent. The Moss The fisherman benefits from funds. In fact, the progressis report he has only let one im-
.Oaks is another reason why visitors love to stop in Inverness. the recreational value of the almost fantastic.With' an initial .proper listing slip through. This week's Christian Science
: fishing trip..The fish camp operator goal of $250,000 now in easy He also reports that one yearhe . program Shopping Canter Invern-ttt
from the revenue received reach it appears the newly- was so busy getting the do- "THE MEANING OFBAPTISM'
for services rendered to the chartered cument ready for publicationand
group will be in official -
Moss OaksTrailer Woody's Motor Court fisherman. The manufacturersof operation around the first subsequent sale that when
fishing tackle boats and out- of July. he ran through the list he found
Ceramic TlUd Showers
_ f Court Sales I Newly Decorated board motors benefit. The This phenomenal funds drive his own name on it and had to
sporting goods dealer when pay a 3% penalty.
he
EVERYTHING TO MAKE YOU points up the fact that there is ... *..
High-Dry-Shady Lots: COMFORTABLE AWAY FROM sells these manufactured itemsto much co-operation In Citrus *
ADULTS ONLY HOME! the fisherman. The grocer County and clearly indIcatesthat OUR PULSE IS STRONG-The A New TV and RadioService
Separate Units, away from when he sells food for a fishing our local investment capitalis growth pulse of Citrus County is
trip. The gasoline station from strong. At this particular mo-
highway noise and interested in the
: quiet promoting
raund
Special Year- Rate which he fisherman purchases ment one can feel our fine county
TRAILERS FOR RENT where relaxation is gasoline for a fishing trip. The county. ******* tugging at its' growing reins.
predominant. cottage motel and hotel owner ANEWNEWSPAPERLastThursday We've listened carefully and for Citrus County

Hwy. 41 S. Inverness Commercial Rates. 4 acres when the fisherman visits a lakeor Pinellas County be- talked to many people during the
I for parking Commercial river away from home. with past 45 days and a tone of con-
came acquainted a new
Phone 726-1212 trucks. The dollar spent by a fisher- newspaper The SuncoastNews.It servative optimism is the best
U.S. 41 & 44 Ph. 7263865. is being published weekly way to describe the present
growth. New land developments,
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by Emerson Rupert, prominent

Choice WEEKEND of 7 locations.RETREATS Chassa- Florida who Republican has unsuccessfully political ran figure quo are some coming condition of which alive.for have It three is been extremely years status, IIi! WjjW1 N!

hawitzka River, Crystal River for Governor. and United States interesting to look at our
Inverness, Withlaco.>Ghee Senator.We
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.- Average size 60 x 140 from best wishes to the publisher and How The Daisy __ 1- i' Service in Hermndo.
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$10.00 per month. Write for that it takes a lot of American Chain Started I make set anyplace in
brochure. TEN RIVERS REAL Our Business IsTo fortitude to launch a new newspaper ; __ Citrus County. Our
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,. "1" Worlds Sweetest Onions a-. ": ,:,.'..a: Attorneys Arrange To Form Association_
,. River A group of J.ocal1awyers met Johnson S. Mvary. M.C. $co-
f Monday night at Sweat's Restfield, O.Frank ScofieU and Lo-
Only 50 Lb. 10 ib Limit aurant to lay ground work for vick P. Williams.
organizing the Citrus County The group organized into a
I R In attendance were Donald J. as chairman, to work out the
t M. ZIMMERMAN Bradshaw William F.Edwards proposed charter and by-laws.
Landscape Nursery
at luncheon at her home Tuesdaynoon
f 2 locations Sportsman,Park and Lincoln Park to honor Mrs. Martha
Steinhauser on her birthday.
f, Guests at the luncheon were !everly Lee.Shop
Mrs. B.E. Cheely am Mrs.William -
: t4 E. Oyler.

Custom Meat & Locker Rental Service : -. and Mr.children and Mrs.Kim William and Bill Dotson Jr. says

were recent visitors at the homeof Women that care enough usually present a decent picture to the
.. the former's parents,Mr.and fashion world because they work at k. BEVERLY LBB SHOP
We cool.
cut and wrap YOUR beef or buy it for you
Mrs. John H. Dotson of Crystal works with FASHIONS FIRST.
Shores Estates. Bill receivedhis
Save money get better beef EXCELLENT (
SERVICE honorable discharge from Remember mother on MOTHER'S DAY. Give her the beet:AIso
the Air Force several weeks now showing GRADUATION dresses. Our policy is QUALITY and
SOMETIMES IT PAYS TO CHANGE
CHECK WITH US AND SEESnow's ago. _______ SATISFACTION to you. Open every day from 8:30 to 6:00 p.m.,
All day Wed.. Sat. till 7:00 p.m., 108 Main St.. Inverness, Fla.
Advertise In The Chronicle
LINDA LEE HEAD HELEN of

Freezer Locker Rental Service a. I
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Brooksville, Florida Phone 796-4740 flERENE.LOS1NFFKE1I:

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CRYSTAL RIVER-The engage- construction 7.'f iI I
ment of two young ladies of Black .
Homosassa to the Bertine brothers No date has .
of Crystal River were recently weddings, but
announced by the girl's nounced later in / Mr
r parents Mr. and Mrs.FrankR. !
Thompson and .Mr. and Mrs. 1/talUf
Leon Head. .
Miss Helen Thompson will
marry Donald D. Bertine, and U .
Miss Linda Lee Linear is be-
trothed to Charles Douglas Ber-
Miss Mary .I
tine. younger son of Mr. and elect for May ;> in
Mrs. Davis W.Bertine of Hibiscus plans for her
Street. I
bur Lester
The girls will be members of The ceremony ,rte II I
this year's graduating class at nized May 11 at
the Crystal River High School, Hernando
while Douglas Bertine was The Rev. Henry
graduated in last year's class. ficiate. Friends s
Miss Thompson is employed at are invited to
Dr. Phillips' dental office after Miss Sharon
school hours and on Saturdays.Her of the groom will
% fiance is employed by L.C.Coburn's of honor. Sam
% JLidecorator Supermarket. "Debbie" law of the of
Bertine is employed in the best man.Following -

I1 ception will the be PENINSULAR ABSTRACT COMPANY I

gri-La dining Inverness FlorW*
service family and ,
,:;1 TMT Custom! ly married couple.Bishop Established 1921 Phone 726-141

FRANK D. SANDERS. FOUNDER MRS. FRANCES Q. KBNNBDY
., &rqe &dI Picture As Guest. MRS. MARGARET C. ROMINE. SECRETARY EXECUTIVE; VICE PRESIDENT

: : Exclusive Agent in Citrus County Florida, for Title
FramesAt W.CRYSTAL Henley & Trust Company of Florida of Jacksonville Florida

dist Conference -
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stal River a TITLE I HSURAHCE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
ZELLER O'NEAL Sunday, May 12.
Bishop Henley of Not a branch or any other kind of off-shoot-lt's the real "McCoy" '
I l 1 Inverness sonville and will
the Conference of
Church when it of Member American Title Attodatlon Florida Title Association
Lakeland June 3-
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of the finest recreation in Florida. .
one areas
sale to the final nail that will be driven into the \ ( Fishing and swimming in both Lake Tsala Apopka

house of your choice. and the Withlacoochee River a vast hunting preserve
and a riding stable. Golf course archery and skeet
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S ACREAGE 2 1/2 5, 10 acre tracts from $1495 to $3450 10% down $25 monthly,=SZZ \ The alternate floor plan offers further scope for personal needs and Reinforced masonry fouodettot e r m Ie e
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Z3 r tract and inn p sEowing I location- of my. property will be forwarded Immediately. ZZZZ be found in River-Lakes Manor permanent home designs: Terrazzo _.' .P.-. beam ceiling redwood stained John* Mme
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I. -- Minutes Board_ Of Public InstructionInverness Attend DAY Confab End Of Year Program r

HOMOSASSA
SPRINGS--Ed- FLORAL CfTY--The local ele-
.tlos'g Fla. March 26, 1963 1963-64 ward! 7th
term. The vote was Richard Kaufman made a mo- G. Ryberg district meotary school will have its end
The Board of Public Instruction unanimous. tion, seconded by Gene Allen commander and adjutant of Citrus ot the yer program for grades
Citrus County met on this Upon the recommendation of to reject the request of Mrs. County Chapter #70, Dis- one through six tomorrow nightat
'Coin-op clean'laundry date with its Chairman, Ralph the Superintendent and Trustees Bessie Hicks for a leave begin- abled American Veterans and 8 o'clock. The public is in-
ADMISSIONS WING I Rooks, presiding and the following Horace Allen made a motion ning April 29th through this Charles Watson Jr., vice com- vited.
members present: Horace seconded by Dave Anderson school term since it was felt mander, Dept. of Florida attended -
Pervis. Lucille V., Dunnellon
( Fox Carl. Yankeetown Allen Richard Kaufman and to reappoint D.Greene that it would make an undue a meeting Sunday of the SUBSCRIBE TO' "
JJ Maynus, Barbara Panasoffkee Dave Anderson. The minutes of Supervising Principal of the hardship for he students. The 3rd district at Ft. Lauderdale. THE CHRONICLECOUNTYWIDEDNtECTOftY
/ Grant Lillian Inverness February 26th and March 5th B.T. Washington High and Elementary vote was unanimous. I
were approved. School. The vote was Richard Kaufman made a mo-
is Smith Roy Hernando Upon the recommendation of unanimous. tion, seconded by Dave Anderson -
lighter ,
Jones Emma P.. Yankeetown |
Daniel,Elizabeth Crystal River the Superintendent and Trustees Upon the recommendation of to accept the resignationsof
Richard Kaufman made a the Superintendent and Trustees Malcolm and Phyllis Smith
Hodgins,Robert
J.Crystal River
motion, seconded by Horace Allen Richard Kaufman made a who are on leave at this time.
brighter ( Strickland Jack Harry Dudie D., Inverness B.Homosassa to reappoint Mrs. Orpha J. motion, seconded by Horace Allen The vote was unanimous. LOANS Up To $600. Naylor I Hill
Brown General for Delmar Dave Anderson made
Hair, Julian Fred Inverness Supervisor to reassign P.Mon- a motion
1963-64 term. The vote was un tgomery as Supervising Princi- seconded by Horace Allen to LOAN ON -
\ Hodge. William. Dunnellon
\ for less Bee Iva Irene Inverness animous. pal of Citrus High and Elemen- send two Junior High teachersto AUTO, FURNITURE, FfflDklCfttttricters
; Porter Josephine Inverness Upon the recommendation of tary Schools for 1963-64 term. five-day reading workshopin SIGNATURE."Let .
O'Brien William Crystal River the Superintendent and Trustees The vote was unanimous. Miami June 10th to 14th and
DISCHARGES Horace Allen made a motion Upon the recommendation of to pay the workshop fees and Us Help You Solv.
WING IBellamy seconded by Richard Kauf- the Superintendent: and Trustees travel and per diem. The vote Your
Lola man to reappoint Harmon E. Dave Anderson made a motion was unanimous. Money Probl.ms"Crystal
Chesser Supervising Principalat seconded by Richard Kauf- Richard Kaufman made a mo- River
Davis Eva. B. Pa ,
Barber, Crystal River High and Ele- man, to reassign Mrs.Nina Og- tion, seconded by Dave Anderson : 72. 11,104
,Georgia mentary scho Is for the 1963-64 den principal of the Inverness to grant the use of a bus to Finance Ph. 7 '2825
Johnson
Raymond W.
. Barbara term. The vote was unanimous. Elementary School for the 1963- Mt. Olive Baptist Church on Inverness.
Maynus J. Upon the recommendation of 64 term. The vote was unani- March 31st. restricting the rid HWY. 19
e It costs so little to use self-service Pervis Fox Carl Lucille F. V. the Superintendent and Trustees mous. ers to children and the neces- Next to Florida Po, .r
Kohnop, Ada Dave Anderson made a motion Upon the recommendation of sary chaperons. The users will
washers and dryers. Yet laundry comes Petty Catherine seconded by Richard Kauf- the Superintendent and Trustees reimburse the driver and pay
man to reappoint Albert D. Horace Allen made a motion for fuel. The vote was unani- hiWilt
cleaner than it ever could at home. Jones Daniel., Katherine Elizabeth Murden Principal of the Floral seconded by Richard Kauf- mouse. Mason Tractor Co. I II %
City School for the 1963-64 man to reassign Mrs. Roxie Gene Allen made a motion
Saves you time and hard work, too. Jones Emma P. term. The vote was unanimous. Johnson as principal of the Her- seconded by Richard Kaufman I MffttrMs
Grant, Lillian
I Upon the recommendation of nando Elementary School for the to make the following pupil assignments Ford Tractors
: KDIN KLEEN. Laundr -Dry Cleaning Smith Hair, Julian Roy E.Fred the Superintendent and Trustees 1963-64 term. The vote was : Citrus High and Elementary Agricultural&Industrial
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unanimous. ,
Richard Kaufman made a Arthur K. Andres; EquipmentBrooksvilje
-Main Street Inverness Hodgins. RobertA motion, seconded by Dave Anderson Gene Allen joined the group.; Floral City Elementary.DonaldR.
(Across from High School) m fool sees not the same tree to reappoint Robert R. Upon the recommendation of Young Patricia L. Davis Fla. Electrical Supplies
that a wise man Denson Prinicpal of the Homo- the Superintendent and Trustees Charlien Tailor Brenda C. Lueber Pakt i
sees.William Blake sassa Elementary School for the Horace Allen made a motion Taylor; Hernando Elementary Phone 796=2116
seconded by Richard Kauf- Michael Radcliffe. Roofing Materials
man to reassign Mrs. Lillian Dave Anderson made a motion, Plw bers' Supplies
Bertine as Exceptional Child seconded by Gene Allen to allow Tile Saws
teacher for the 1963-64 term. Murlene Hollowel to finish this
The vote was unanimous. term in Crystal River Elemen- AppliancesAdmiral Buf1ders'lIarMeE.erything
Upon the recommendation of tary School.The vote was unani- and Kelvinator ia Buik&ag
x ? the Superintendent and Trustees mous. Washers DryersTV
: = rs Horace Allen made a motion Gene Allen made a motion, Stereo& Hi-Fi MaterialsIviUtf's
seconded by Dave Anderson seconded by Richard Kaufman. See us for Complete
to appoint Miss Helen R. to pay all bills. Home Furnishings
aI Gates teacher in the Crystal Ri- Gene Allen made a motion, Crystal River
I ver Elementary school for the seconded by Richard Kaufman .
Phone 795-2489
e 1963-64 term. The vote was un require all boat students to wear
Put YourselfIn animous. life jackets at all times whileon SkinnersFurniture s.,1y CI.
___ Upon the recommendation of the run to and from school.
the Superintendent and Trust- The vote "Yes", Ralph Rooks,
This Picture ees, Dave Anderson made a motion Gene Allen and Richard Kauf-
seconded by Horace Allen man, "No", Horace Allen. The 15 Stores Ga., Ala. & Fla. CRYSTAL RIVER FLA. ,
g, to appointMrs.EvelynMcLaneyteacher motion carried. Sandran Floor CoveringsWoodward
$11,900.00 at Inverness Elemen- There being no further busi-
tary School for the 1963-64 ness to come before the meeting -
term. The vote was unanimous. it adjourned. RealtyOn WttdStpticTmk
(On Your Lot) Richard Kaufman made a motion Ralph Rooks Chairman
seconded by Horace Allen, Harry K. Buie, Secretary and
to set specifications for bussesas Superintendent.KILL U. S. Route 19 Co.Pufflit9 .
recommended by the Super- CRYSTAL' RIVER :
intendent. The vote was unani- Service & Repairs :
2t THE MEDALLION HOME mous. SPANISH HOMES LOTSACREAGE

3 Bedrooms 2 Tile Baths Life Time Tile Roof 2 Car Garage Richard Kaufman made a motion -
.S Large Screen Porch Well Pump Tank. tt seconded by Gene Allen to MOSSFlorida Buy and Sell 'Lintels Sills
instruct the Superintendent to Precast Steps
With Confidence
Inverness Construction Co. uvi imin proceed with plans for D C T Pest Control Business Phone 7261191Hone
DONALD MCBRIDE
in River J.
programs Crystal High
1 Phne 726-2738 Box 236 Inverness Florida C CtAlgP' and Citrus High if conditionscan Ocala Phone,.629-3617 Florida Reg.. Real Estate Broker Phone 7J ..X42' :.
be made:to meet requirements Phone 795-2652 Route 1 South, Inverness :
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New Resident In Community Concerning FFA Reports : Brother of Local I Blackford WinnerOf

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School Board Finally Gets
i Inverness welcomes a new Company\ after 15 years with
H. Channing Hill,Manchester, CRYSTAL RIVER--The Nat-
resident Mike a
Newman retired the company.
New brother of ional Math Award for Crystal
Chicago engineer.A cousin Like everyone in the early days Hampshire
River High School has been won
of Mrs. Maude Young Mr. ('of ;retirement Mr. Newman Straight With Ag TeachersBy Mrs. Leslie, died D.early Mercer Wednesday of Inverness by Charles Blackford of Homo-
Newman was a visitor at The finds time just a bit heavy on'his"
sassa. The math test was givento
morning.Mr.
Chronicle office Tuesday morning .1' hands. To keep himself active -
the all math classes with the top
Mercer is attending
to make 'proper introduct- 3and busy, Mr. Newman is NANCY WEBB portation report. He added that ser supervising principals at funeral services. three scores composing team..

ions.Mike planning a n extensive photography Richard Kelly and DeWitt he had never been given a report Citrus and Crystal River high Other high scorers were J ames
was recently placed on tour of Citrus County to Crawford, agriculture teachersat form by the board. schools respectively be allow- Carte and James Atkins. This
on the temporary retired rollsof shoot landscape scenes and Citrus and Crystal River high Gene Allen a member of the ed to leave for a teacher recruiting I I Science Briefs team came within five points of
the National Engineering wildlife stills. schools respectively told board, injected his idea that the trip. winning the national award fora

I members of the Citrus County inquiry: was not meant for one Dave Anderson, board member three-man team.
Board of Public Instruction last school but for both. Buie madeno said he was in favor of the Dolphins in Distress
A Thursday night in a special comment. trip being made Dolphins in distress sound a
i A-Marine Plywood by Mrs. Orpha special pair of whistles to sum
OATS
I meeting that they are willing to The board requested Kelly and Brown county school supervisor. mon their neighbors according
very best materials provide the board with reportsof Crawford to make a report and Anderson said he felt that to a Florida scientist.

C3rycraft Boat Works. their activities, expensesand have it for approval at the next by virtue of her position Mrs. .
incomes.In regular meeting. A motion was Brown should be the
t one to recruit -
U.S.- 41 N. Sportsmen's! Park a regular session of the approved that a quarterly report the new teachers.His mo- Smokers recent DifferentA study, finding smokers 0ome

j Landscape Nursery IBIock 1 S. Bowling Alley board April 23, board members be given on expenditures income tion was carried. She will receive are taller and heavier than
received the impression both and school projects. $11 per day for not more non-smokers, suggests that smoking -
teachers were unwilling to cooperate Both teachers agreed to this than seven days and 7 1/2 cents Lonnie Nichols may reflect biological or
by sending in this in- after expressed preference per mile. A motion was carried genetic make-up.

formation. Chairman Ralph the board prepare the form. that the budget allowance of$50 "
Rooks had stated that if the They explained that such a form traveling expenses for Mrs. Citrus Students Glue for Surgery see %

Two Plants teachers refused to do this he would save much. time and ef- Brown and Supt. Buie be desig- A synthetic resin "glue" has greatest line of

0 See our Weekly Money Saving considered it an act of insubor- fort. nated for county travel only and Win District'sPublic been used successfully in placeof
Specials dination. In questioning the use of the 7 1/2 cents per mile for addi- stitches in experimental ani- JohnsonSEAHORSE

: Pine Street Shopping Center Crawford said he had no ob- FFA operating expense of tractors tional travel outside the county. mal surgery. MOTORS

215 Magnolia Avenue jection to turning in these reports Crawford said his chapterto SpeakingTwo View ofVenusVenus
and thought he had turned k in a few outside jobs on re- is covered by a dense EVER BUILT!
the most' DRY uWINS his in. However, after being quest and had been using gaso- "Too Late 15-mile thick cloud and has a new for
called before the board the line and oil from the county pool students from Citrus High surface temperature of 800 degrees
Crystal River ag teacher said altogether. Kelly reported these Scho 1 were judged first and I To Classify"BY second winners in dis- data from U.S. Ma- .
he checked and found the reports outside projects had providedhis place a riner II.Cancer spacecraft 63 !
trict public speaking contest at
had been laid aside. chapter with over $600 this
SAV A DOLLAR STORE Kelly questioned Rooks on the school year. He said the chapter RUSSELL KAY Masaryktown last Thursday. Causes ?T? Pow pICked 75's and 4O"s wWi
Medical Asso-
use of the word "insubordina- used gas and oil from the Jose R. Duarte, thirty third Comprised of Hernando and Ci- An American Efectrwutic Drive...most
and Grand the district ciation news item "Nobody rwpow-
degree Mason Coun- trus counties, con- says
2 PC. Foam Rubber Room tion", as applied to Crawfordand county pool for scho I projectsbut
Living pretends to really know when sive outboards ever built! New
cil of Cuba of the Ancient and test is sponsored by the District
Suite - - - - - - himself. Rooks replied thatif for outside jobs they boughtit
$40.00
Accepted Rite a Gulf Soil and Conservation. cancer will be cured or even budSet-bomb 28 hp.,too!Plus a full
Scottisy
k 5 PC. Oak Dinette Suite - $22.50 the board made a requestfor from local dealers and paid gave what causes it"SWEETA" hM Of Johnson "Compacts. Skin,
vivid account of conditions in Nichols will compete in the
such and did
Wardrobe with Mirror in information not retail prices. For student home
in before be held in trim NfM. they fit anywhere, go
Cuba speaking Miami area contest to Augustin
receive it he felt this was in- the farmers always -
projects
Door - --- - - - 17.50 young
anywhere!All have famous Johnson
the Supreme Council. the Ocala First Federal Savings -
Stoves---------- $25.00 subordination...that it was a took the tractor out witha
up He stated that the and Loan Association DCPENDabihty!
to
Roll Top Desk - - - $35.00 wil.ful act. full and tank and returned it present SQUIBB NOCALORIECONCENTRATED
The local agriculture teacher full it was stated. The students time the Cuban government has building. He received a check SWEETENERN8N
pointed out that he had receiveda paid for any repairs that were taken no steps to close Masonic for $25 from the Hernando State FREE!

1 1315 Broadway Ccala letter from Supt. Harry Buie necessary on the tractor whilein lodges but anyone holding Bank Brooksville. Roberts re- 69c
membership or attending meet- ceived a $15 check from the FATTENING DOOR PRIZES, SURPRISESfor
(secretary to the board) about their private use and also
Highway #40 the reports sometime back and paid one dollar per hour while ings are looked upon with sus- Federal Savings and Loan of the KIDS!

upon talking with Buie was told using it. Kelly said the Citrus picion. Brooksville. The third-place REFRESHMENTS!
that the remarks 500 "Never in the history of Cuba winner Joyce Wright of .
l were not meant FFA chapter uses about Plenty of PARKING!
since we fought for our freedom Brooksville, received a check of
for him (Kelly) but for the other gallons a year outside the coun- swEEUsacnas ThriNiflC NEW WOVIE-
has there been so much $10 from the Hernando County
teacher. and he estimated
ty provision it .
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Kelly said he had been sending cost between 31 and 33.9 cents distress and desolation in our Farm Bureau.
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aFLRCORINiSSelect in expenditure reports of gaso- per gallon. country he said. Nichols a sophomore at the BIIIWiHsMariles.rice
((1 line and oil used on the school The board moved that the chap- Always a happy, care-free local school is the son of Mrs.
projects and taken from the ters be allowed to purchase gas country in the past Cuba today Lee Berkowitz of Inverness.
under the yoke of communism David a junior is the nephewof
county pool on the bus trans- for custom jobs from the county
the carpeting of your choice from Central motor pool that the county pro- is now divided by the evil ideas Mrs. Beulah Wiggins of Floral -

t Florida's Finest and largest selection. See the new vide gas and oil for schoolpro- being spread in work centers City. COOK'S PHARMACY 2050 S Pine St.
1963 lines from the looms of Mohawk and Magee... ATTENTION jects that Kelly's original plan socialist clubs and training Ocala
and others. FOLKS for studenthomeprojectsbeac- camps where men and boys,yes Winners NamedIn INVERNESS
WE MEASURE...WE INSTALL..WE GUARANTEEDeen's BUDGET MINDED and girls are given military
FOR CLEAN. tasty snacks, cepted and that the bills be paid Yankee Store Contest
training against Imper-
quarterly.The .
lunches and dinners. Priced
local teacher said he ialism. Henderson's Mill Store Cry-
right. Try the HICKORY ag
Interiors' KING RESTAURANT. believed this to bf J a good plan There are few smiling facesin stal River, has announced win- Save More At Sawaya'sFULL
Carpet Cuba. Fear is the dominant
You'll like'it because he had walked into a- : ners in the contest held to mark
Barbecue&Sea Food bout #250 in debts when he join- emotion. Teachers are instructing the opening of their new retail
ed the teaching faculty Citrus little children in 1 outlet.
1848 Silver Springs Blvd. Specials High. Crawford said his chapterhad Mar xis Leninist doctrine Winners were Mrs.J.H.Shiv1 : FULL
teaching them to fear and to 1 er. $1798
been the method Mrs.
/ Hickory KingRestaurant using same ;
Ocala, Florida as Kelly on the student home hate. As soldiers of the revolu- Ralph Beal Minneapolis,Minn., PRICE PRICEThis

Adjoining Thriftway Food Store projects. tion they are encouraged to spy bedspread; B. J. Graham, Bay price includes Federal Tax service handling
friends
******* on neighbors even 1 Village. Ohio bath rug; Albert
and in Ocala
"Where you can choose with confidence at discount, Other action by the board was members of their own families. Berger Grosse Point Mich., delivery

,.p k.es.r'I"-?: ,, ...,,,. : . -.- Hwy 19 Crystal River.Fla. to hear a proposal that Delmar- In Cuba a citizen has no rightsat i bedspread and Norma Guenther 1963 Rambler
all, of kind, J -
no
Montgomery and Harmon Ches-' guarantee any > Inglis, beach towel.
nor is there any law to protectshim
.. he is faced with the infamous AMERICAN u20. < 2 DOOR
execution wall called> .PERSONALSMisses I

the "paredon" where thousands
of men and women have faced r II

.. . '''ll.H Ji.!: id.; the firing squad. Dormor of Medera Geneva Lee, N.Y.and Mary and I
.,'. Food is in short supply and'

".__': ,'n-liI;'fn' ] ,::: ... F R E E rationed. For the first time in 1 St.Mrs.Petersburg Homer Knickerbocker were weekend of
j their lives Cubans stand in
1
...... guests of Mrs. Edward P. St.
; ... line with ration cards which 1 John of Gospel Island. }
; : were not required even during

'J 1 .World War II. Even when pos-
sessing a ration card they often
find the supply of meat milk STANUARD EQUIPMENT INCLUDES:
6monthssupplyofgas and other foods has been ex- CAMEOPhoto Turn signals double safety brake system self adjusting brakes.
I .- hausted. 2-year battery oil filter fuel tank filter,front arm rests dual

.'- .. Seeking freedom countless SupplyTwo sun visors, front ash tray bumper guards front and rear, front
-- foam cushion, dome light lifetime guarantee on mufflerand
thousands 1 have fled the country, seat
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with
for cooking Stores transmission and rear axle lubricants never need
.,"'', ; often risking their lives in small 20 N Main 1416 So. Pine tailpipe
. changing. permanent anti-freeze.
behind
< ::1 ;')l. open boats leaving Ocala
J r everything but the clothes on Franchised Dealer for nhu/y 36 Payments at 54-45 per "x .....
each New Agfa,
,. ,. 1I1T Q Ranger their Professional back. Argus Anso, Bell & Howell $19 8 UUfffll includes credit life.
men lawyers,
::=:== ii doctors, dentists and capable Bolex Kodak. Polaroid and 1% Sales Tax Tag Title Btc., Extra
others. 5 hour service on
technicians were among the black and
white film. Your SAWAYA AUTOMOTIVERAMBLER
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first to leave. You will find complete photographicstore.
.them in Miami and other cities -
PLYMOUTH -- HILLMAN
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ji NO INSTALLATION 4 t working at menial tasks as 2 E. Jefferson .Ocala, Fla. Phone 622-4133 !

I j' t : CHARGE janitors, night watchmen, porters -
2
taxi drivers, any work I II
they can find.Everything. !

they left behind I

was confiscated by the'Castro
l government and tremendous a-
I t Popular RCA r
ti. h. amounts of household effects - c ... .
ti ) :* objects de art, and other goods I
; have been shipped to other com- i
munist countries for //d 1te Ad 7 I
_ whirlpool ranges to help pay ,
k armament to further tighten the
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noose about the necks of those i
who re-n in. Hinson's. Restaurant and Cocktail I

o Recent visitors report that -r',')! Lounge - Homosassa Springs
much of Cuba's former beautyand
charm has disappeared. Presents

I 1I (bulk or cylinder gas) are Buildings being are kept in up disrepair, normal,facilities few tfl7 PAUL V. GRANNAN

are in disrepair, and the at the Baldwin Organ

lack of paint is evidences every- 1.S
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where. Streats are slick with : I

; ( grease and oil left by motorcars
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that are falling apart.
Puts controls at your finger tips on the range.top. Homes formerly owned by those I II

Big Balanced-Heat oven with new Lo-Temp control who fled have been confiscatedand
: New built-in Gourmet Shelf. Burner-with-a- wow' :. turned over to Chinese and t t I

Brain and S Flame-Rite Center Simmer burners. 4f f Russian communist technicianswho

: Comes complete with set-on griddle. ..XOJL Mark . . swagger about the streets, i I!
enjoy special privileges better .
food, better clothes and better
i i, : F : .'.' t accommodations. Resentmentis Evening

. ;3' reflected in the faces of Saturday

[ / .::1-'L Cubans but they are helpless in I Delightful dinner music from 5 to 8 p.m. 9 p.& m 12 mldoi.wis -
the face of militiamen with Pewlbaetssltd
... . ..: '- Request Time with your favorite re vest paM Ironed by '
;, c machine and the fear- I
',. guns ever r Jac
Of> : . ., Grannan and sung by none other that our owe
., ? ful prison or the Wall itself. I
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I HARRIS.
I The Cuban people can not remove }
> Hernando Bottled Gas & Appliance Service ; he communist cancer by For a delightful evening of :

:t : themselves. They need help and e Hauaipt .*..Joynent bra
the disease will continue to JaUI' friends acct come to ;
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spread if steps are not taken by MN90NS.

:, INVERNESS Telephone 726-2595 _-: BROOKSVILLE Telephone 726-4225. the countries.U.S. and Latin-American I .


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I Club's New Officers WWI Auxiliary Now
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To Be Installed Mon._ Has 46 MembersThe
World War Auxiliary No.
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1Yoman's -
3058 held their meeting last _
Club here will bring its week at the 1-PL. voicing their -T- '
1962-63 season' and the admin- pleasure over growing mem- vrr -
istration of Mrs Mack Vick- bership since organizing last
rey's term a{office as president December. The group has grown
to a close Monday with a lunch- from 11 members to 46. with 11t
eon meeting to be held in the four new members obligated at -r
private dining room of the Para- this meeting. BY NELSON SHORT
dise Plantation Hotel at 12:30. FLORAL CITY
Guests were Mrs. Perrin of s
The newly-elected officers will Brooksville and Mr. Roberts of e ; CHURCH OF CHRISTMan's
\ be installed following the St. Petersburg who explainedto Y unwillingness to accept
lunchon. by Mrs. Donald E. the ladies' the blood bank the inferior in life often pre- t
t Counts, president of the county program.All vents him from reaching the 1
federation. Members are urgedto sisters, mothers, daughters higher goal. This was true of
make reservations by calling and wives'of WWi veteransare Daniel Webster who aspired to
Mrs. Vickrey. be President. He was twice
eligible to join the Auxil-
sought for the
iary. The next meeting will be vice-presidency
It Pays To Advertise -May 30, at the power lounge. but he declined. In each instant
as vice-president,he could have
risen to the presidency due to
the death of the president.A refusal CLEAR FOR
to accept second place often -
keeps us from rising first
place. "Pride goeth before des
BOOTSBOOTS
truction and a haughty spirit A PROFITToday
i before a fall' (Prov. 16:18)).
,. AGAIN CLUB CHAMPION Teri Franklin receives cup (right) from Bill Moore. At left scotch We should be content with what
foursome winners Joe Miller and Cary Baxley evidence expected pride over trophy and score. we have but not with what we

t' Engineer-Cowboy p are. Paul said. "I have learned in Florida the
assessed value of
Accident Mars Inverness in whatsoever state I am,therein -
Library to be content." (Phil. 4:11)). land is such that one can't afford to tectve
WellingtonRubberCITRUS Book Display' Set Paul was not content with himself -
I! so he stated, "Brethren.I it undeveloped. For housing, farming,
Scotch FoursomeCRYSTAL Mrs.Frances Collins,librarian count not myself to have laid ranching or any other uses it will
at the Inverness Public Library hold; but one thing I do, for-
I RIVER-Last scotch break and was taken by ambulance announces that a "book geting the things which are behind probably pay you to clear your tend.
i SHOE CENTER foursome of the season, held to Ocala Hospital. Her display" of highly recommended and stretching forward to
Sunday at Paradise County Club, condition is now good but she adult and juvenile readingwill the things which are before, I Without a question, you'll be '
! I was dampened when an over- may be on crutches for several be set up at the local libraryall press on toward the goal unto money
104 W. Main Inverness, Fla' turned caddie cart injured Mrs. months. next week by Miss Helen the prize of the high calling of ahead if you use the land clearing serve
l Douglas Workman. Mrs. Work- Though some of the competing Clark, director of the Central God in Christ Jesus" (Phil. ices of one of Rozier's customers who
M man sustained a serious leg groups withdrew the tourna- Regional Library. 3:13-14)).
ment continued. First place was This book display will containa In accepting self we must accept uses Caterpillar-built machinery. His
won by Cary Baxley and Jo Mil large number of suggested our handicaps. We are reminded -
is
.r ler with a net 71 1/2. Second books which are not presently of Noah in "The Green equipment designed for the rugged
I place was won by Ben Franklinand contained in any of the area libraries Pastures" who said, "I ain't clearing jobs. He can do it faster and bet.
Mary McKethan with a net but they may not be very much but I'se all I got."
( 72. Placing third with a net 72 checked out. However,if enough We must reconcile ourselves to ter- more economically.. Land clearingis
4f 1/2 were Bud McKethan and requests for certain of these our limitations. After accepting his business and dependability is his,
Bobbie Hahn and fourth place books are voiced, he libraries. self we must then use our obstacles -
I'i went to Bill Moore and Teri may purchase them. as stepping stones. We guarantee . he's backed by Rozier's
,i Super Choice Feather River Lodgepole Franklin with a net 73. Prizes The public is encouraged to have an example in Fanny J. custom-care service.
were awarded by Bill Moore at come into the local library and Crosby who became blind at
Pine V-Joint Panelling 1 X c 6. All 8 ft.
s the ensuing cocktail party at view these recommended books six weeks of age. She testified:
Paradise Plantation Hotel. during next week's display. "I am the happiest soul living. Clear for a profit :- call the land
Moore also awarded prizes for If I had not been deprived of my
clearer can depend on-he's the
I Regular Price 90 running foot the Annual Club Championship Children's Choir sight I would never have received you
running Tournament which was held so good an education nor man with Caterpillar-built tractors.
Special CA earlier in he week.For the sec Plans Outing Sat. cultivated so fine a memory nor
I While It Lasts !jy foot ond time Teri Franklin won the have been able to do go d to so
championship flight. Runnerupwas HERNANDO--The newly or- many people."This selfacceptance -
Maude Farber and consolation ganized children's choir of Her- 0 f encumbrances was
prize, in this was nando Methodist Church will much better than useless
Perfect wall panelling for any room group re Jos. L.
I won by Phyllis Hartson. First have an outing this saturdayaf- sentment. She could have goneto
flight winner was Babe Adkins, ternoon at the residence of Mr. the streets to beg but she
runner-up Mary McKethan and and Mrs. Walter H. Decks at chose to turn adversity into victory ROZIERMACHINERY
JACKSON LUMBER COMPANY consolation prize went to Helen River Lakes Manor. There will instead. ("He that is faithful -
Lyons. In the second flight Wave be plenty to eat and do. in a very little is faithful al-
Shearer won Jo Miller was The choir comprised of abouta so in much: and he that is unrighteous -
runner-up and Gib Goetz conso- dozen active children, pract- in a very litle is unrighteous co. ,
ARP' Inverness lation winner. ices each Wednesday afternoon also in much" (LK.

their after director.school. Mrs.The Decks is 16:10)). .BI1ANj) '" FLORIDA TAMPACATERPILLAR
youngstersare
Telephone 726-2051 .. ..' i' .. =. Never fear spoiling children by from the first to he seventh
making them too happy.Happinessis grades at Hernando School. Half the things that people do
the atmosphere in which ,all not succeed in, are through fear
good affections. ,j' of making the attempt.. Caterpillar Cat and T'.r .r. MaglataratfTradamarka .
grow.Thomas Chronicle Ads Sell
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\ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION FOR house RENT-Three lake. Ph.bdrm 726-1283.unfurn .. J .iMwwct Cv.
on
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-::-Miscellaneous :" Real_Estate. Real I Estate, Public Notice. :Public Notice Novelty Blvd, Beverly Shoppe Hills at Beverly, Route Hills 491,

'- P.O. Box #1, Lecanto, Florida
SNAPP REALTYExclusive
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF intends to register the said
COOL FOR SUMMER-Dacron, MASONRY HOMES New nine room masonry home,, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT name with the clerk of the cir-

nylon, cotton cotton batiste EXPERTLY FINISHED two ceramic tile baths,two fire: THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CITRUSCOUN'IY. cuit court of Citrus County, Sales Representatives of
slips and petticoats,sizes 32-44 ON YOUR LOT places. Wall to wall carpeting in IN AND FOR CITRUS Florida.

{ $1.98 and up.MRS.REX HARRIS 2 Bedroom - - --6950.00 living and dining room on 30. COUNTY STATE OF FLORIDA DA. IN CHANCERY.. STATE OF 1602 FLORI- Dated at Inverness Florida, INVERNESS HIGHLANDSSee
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402 S. Apopka Inverness. Ph. 3 Bedroom - - --7350.00 acres cleared. $28,000.) 12 mi. SUIT FOR DIVORCE this day of April 26, SD,1963.
726-2974. 18-3p Many other models available.No S.E. of Inverness Beingsoldby IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 1595 Mrs. Elsie Krummerich
ALTA
MAE PARK Plaintiff Us for All Purchases
.owner. Ph., 796-4875.. 8-tfc. SUITTO QUIET TITLE Owner
FOR SALE--5 1/2 ft. WalkIn down payment 100% financed - ---- JOHN N. -vs-
OSSENFORT.Plaintiff CHARLES PERCY Date of first publication May Sales or Transfers of Equity
PARKER
Freezer. See Leslie low IIN CRYSTAL RIVER Mobile
Mercer monthly terms. We can ; 2. 1963.
at the Orange Hotel Inverness. make it easy for you to own your jhomesitea on U.s. 19 S., 70 X -vs- NOTICE TO Defendant.; Publish May 2. 9, 16. 23. 1963. Phones: 726-1241 or 726-2471
J 18-3c home. '.75, all with central water. |25j' SUSAN R. APPEAR .
down And $10 mo. Contact: REINNING.Defendant.. STATE OF FLORIDATO Mile South on U.S. Highway

FOR SALE-One used 14' fish- Write for free brochure today. .FLORA VEAL- owner at 795- NOTICE OF SUIT : CHARLES PERCYPARKER I FISH'n FUN
boat. LAKEVIEW P.O. Box 23 12822 795-2410. 47-tfe whose last known addressis
ing COTTAGES Leesburg, Fla. or : STATE OF FLORIDA TO: c/o Black
Creek Hotel Rochester -
Hernando, Fla. 18-3c 17-4c SUSAN R. REINNINGYOU
New York. On
before you buy..See ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
FOR S'ALE-3" sand dredge, 6 BEAUTIFUL 2 1/2 & 5 acre that a suit has been brought You are hereby required to file No Down

P cyl. engine,-on a trailer $275. tracts, river & lake access, ALIENS POINTGospel against you in the Circuit Courtof your written defenses, if any in Lake Tsala Apopka Money
hunt club the above proceeding in this
Crosley Air Boat 12' metal privileges, from $300 Citrus CountY Florida, in
bottom $125.00. Ph. 726-2705. per acre, terms. Owner Box ( isianu-iuverness) Court on or before the 3rd day frond
OSSEN-
Chancery by JOHN N. LAKE Brand
of 1963 New 2 B.R. Home
18-lc 38 726-1347., Hernando. Fla. 726-1584 13-tfc.or ALl WATERFRONT LOTS FORT and you are required to the June office, of O.and Frank a copy Scofield sentto YI@IY I Sites
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CLIENT has $1000 to $1500 to- $2750. & up..T enns' serve upon WILLIAM F. EDWARDS County Court House,Inverness, NEW HOMES FOR SALE
loan on improved real estate fon LAKE TSALA APOPKA water- of BRADSHAW & EDWARDS Citrus County, Florida, the nature IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Move right inComplete ;
front new two bdrrn. home all Plaintiff's Attorneys,
two to three years. M.C. SCO- masonry lots of cupboard Ask your Realtor to show whose address is Inverness of, which proceeding being FINANCING ARRANGED for living ceramic oa h.carport,screened
/ FIELD. Inverness, Fla. 5-tfc Action for Divorce. SFF Our bode Homes in. oil .......
._ space patio and patio door. 8 x you this fine property or Florida, a copy of your written porch well septic tank. insulation .
16 service and storage bldg. contact Wm. Spanjer(owner)' defenses to the Complaint in DONE and ORDERED at Inverness LAKE-TSALA GARDENS garbage disposer utility room betel afraded lot
SNAPSHOT DEVELOPING Citrus Florida
County
SELLER MUSEUM and studios Landscaped 2 mi. N. of Her- Dunnellon Florida. said suit on or before the 27th this 29 day of April AD.1963. BEL-AIR I 80 x 125. AU utilities in. $8.950.00. $75.00 per mortfe
9-2663": of 1963 and the POINT O'WOODS total or $1350 down. $55 Per month.
\camera shop. Fas, courteous nando on Flying Arrow Dr.; off punter day May original FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS
State Rt.200.$6,250 $500 down. of said written defenses shall
{quality service by experts. Clerk Circuit Court
FOR SALE-HOME, Keating be filed with the Clerk of said VAL ENTERPRISESHome
UJS.: 41 N. Inverness. 52-tfc Will 726-2988.lease. H. CALLAHAN 8-tfc Ph. Park Brand new two bdrm., Court. The purpose of this suit By Virginia S. Williams. D.C.O. ZAN-MAR VILLAGE Floral City

,large lot. tile bath, electric is to quiet the title of the Plain- Frank Scofield builders&DevelopersUS

FOR SALE--AKC Boxers-Just :kitchen, large screened patio; tiffs to the property described Attorney for Plaintiff 41 Inverness 726-2401 1 Mile South on U.s. 41, 2 Blocks West on S.R. 480.
arrived from
Oregon. Must reduce I' Inverness, Florida.
with beautiful lake view circle as: (1 Mi.S of Courthouse) EDWARD L. JONES Owner & Developer.
stock while building. Pups Waterfront Published: 2 9 16 23
May ,
8 wks. old two males l/2yrs.. drive easy term 3.BILL KEAT-1 I Lots 76, 77, 78, 79. 80 and 81 1963. Phone 726-1483
ING. Floral City. Fla. 13-tfc LESS AND EXCEPT that of
Beautiful champion sired. Pet HomesitesFrom part Chronicle
AdvertisingSells
said Lot 79 described as follows NOTICE"NOTICE
prices 2
now. MAYNARD'S mi. FOR SALE--New, two bdrm.
: Commence at the northeast IS HEREBY GIVEN
E. of Homosassa $1,595.00
Springs on home, ,utility '
'+ Hwy. 490. 17-2 Direct to Gulf-; Fresh and masonery carport corner of Lot 79 and run that there will be introduced in
p lot,lake
r Salt Water Fishing room large privileges. then west along the north line the 1963 session of the Legislature -
down and low
$5900 $295 mon-
FOR SALE--Building 25 x 40' Contact: of said Lot a distance of 11.24 an act amending Chapter
and used building materials. thly payments.H.ROURKE Box feet to the Point of Beginning; 59-1177, Laws of Florida,Spec-

JOHN MAURO Ph. 726-2926. Trotter's Realty .14 C, RFD 1, Floral City,17-3c Fla. thence west 229.51 feet to an ial Acts of 1959 relating'to Ho-

17-3p intersection with the easterly mosassa Special Water Districtof .

TWIN PINES TRAILOR PARK. right-of-way line of U.S. High- Citrus County, Florida, by Important to all
STUFF all kinds.Trailers-re- Homosassa Springs way No. 41, thence south 52 deg. authorizing the District to issue

rlgerators stoves vacumes- Telephone 795-2882 New and Used Trailors. 14 min. 50 sec. east along said revenue bonds payable from the

coffee pots dishes. STUFF !(Large trailer lots-shade and right-of-way line 165.00 feet, revenues derived from the op-

FER SALE. Hernando. good water. Recreationbldg.and thence east 40.83 feet thence eration of its public water sup-
FOR SALE--Small furn. house, shuffle boards. Brooks- north 29 deg. 58 min. 30 sec. ply and distribution system and

LIVE BAIT close to all stores. Priced for ville Hwy 41 S. 10-tfc. east 116.55 feet to the Point of from special assessments lev-
immediate sale. Inquire 112 S. Beginning all according to a ied against the properties spec-
SUMMER SPECIAL Pine St. Inverness. 18-3p plat thereof of Sportmen's Park ially benefited by the acquisi-

For RentFOR Subdivision, as recorded in Plat tion and construction of such

Shiners 750Worms doz. FOR SALE--Lakefront home, Book 2, Pages 39 and 40,public system.

unfurn., two bdrm. two baths RENT-Three room furn Records of Citrus County Flo- Publish April 11, 18, 25, May

central heating, airconditioned. cottage, two room furn apt. rida, 2, 1963. w
422 ft developed lots on Her- For Rent or Sale, New three and to have the agreement found NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTO
Largest inCitrusCounty. Fresh nando lake. Prices reduced 25%. bdrm. home.MILDREDOSSENFORT. in Official Record Book 47, Page WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
from worm bed to customer.
492, Public Records of
Must sell.Ca11726-2346. 18-2p Ph. 726-1371. 18-tfc Citrus
.
Notice is
hereby given of intention 4
Live bait direct from hatchery.See .
County, Florida, declared to be
to apply to the 1963
Big Hearted BertGLENN'S FOR RENT--Bring your boat null and void and of no legal Session cf the Florida Legislature -

at For Sale air-conditioned by nature quiet significance. for passage of an act re-
CAMP1st and peaceful, furn. two room WITNESS my hand as Clerk lating to Citrus County;authorizing
Road on Left "Lovely 2-Bedroom home apt. on lake,TV bath,twinbeds, and Seal of said Court at Inverness board of county commissioners -

Route.44 S Inverness Completed December. 1961.' private porch rport. utility Florida on this the 22nd '.to repay,any loan from .
.
On the water, masonry jcon-'. room. $55 month. Hickory Hill day of April 1963. the trustees of the internal Improvement -
WANT TO BUY about 5UU' or strUction ceiling heat completely Retreats E. NEILL.Inverness. FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS Clerkof fund out of racetrack
1 600'' used cattle wire fencing. : furnished. Ph. 726-2755. 17-tfc the Circuit Court funds received
to
pursuant
Call Bud's Citrus Centre Inverness Only $10,500 By Eula Mae Murphy D.C. chapter 550 and 551. Florida

726-2101. 17-2c J. T. O''NEAL REALTOR ERRORSIn Publish April 25, May 2, 9, 16, Statutues; providing an effect-
of ad-
event an error in an 1963.
.OR SEE THE REALTOR OF
:Open 8-6 daily. Closed Sun- vertisement on the part of the ive date.
YOUR..:CHOICE.! Publish April 25, May 2, 9,
days. Come see. Bring money. Publisher it will furnish the advertiser -
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
Bring stuff get money. STUFF a letter so worded as to CITRUS COUNTY FLORIDA 1963. Your

FER SALE. Hernando. FOR SALE--New, large two explain the said error and the ESTATE OF JEWELL D. KIN- NOTICE" newspaper

bdrm. masonry home, custom publisher shall be otherwise relieved Deceased Notice is that -
ART SUPPLIES Oils Water CAID. SR., akaJ.. hereby given application
''colors Pastels Brushes Palettes cabinets, electric kitchen, tile from responsibilitythereof. D. KINCAID, will be made to the

Varnish Drawing Pads. bath, terrazzo floors screened NOTICE CREDITORSTO 1963 Legislature of the State of
,Available NOW at WALT CONNOR'S porch, two utility rooms. $8,750 The CHRONICLE will not be ALL PERSONS HAVING Florida for the adoption of a is part of the family circl. "
for
OFFICE SUPPLY. In- plus lot. Large live oak trees, responsible more than one CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Special Act of the Legislature

13-tfc access to Lake Tsala Apopka incorrect insertion. After an ad AGAINST SAID ESTATE: relating to the Citrus County ,
verness. I Duval Islam Floral City. is ordered, it cannot be canceled You and each of you are hereby Mosquito Control District;pro-

DON'T STOP eating,lose weight Terms. C. WILLIAMS Owner. or changed before initial pub notified and required to file any vidingxfor and regulating the

safely with Dex-A-Diet. Weeks 18-4c lication. claims and demands which you compensation to be paid the

supply only ,98#. BENNETT'S Real Estate Wanted--Acreage COPY or either of you, may have Board of Commissioners of said
The
DRUGS. Inverness. Fla. 14-8c farms, ranches of all sizes. If CHRONICLE of reserves the against said estate in the officeof District; providing for the mileage -
right revising or rejectingany County Judge of and diem be
handle Citrus County per to paid the
the Is
price right,we can
advertisement which it con- at his office in the Court Board of Commissioners of said
,SEE US for FREE estimates on it. J. T. O'NEAL Realtor, siders objectionable and to
House in Inverness Florida District and the week its' devoted stag
,
Air Conditioning. HERNANDO Inverness, Fla. the ; authorizing The Citrus County Chronicle isYOURnespaper. Every
classification of
GAS CO. Brooksville Fla. Ph. advertisement change any within eight calendar months District to borrow monies and works hard to bring you Citrus County perspective. We bring you the detags oC
from that ordered
Brooksville 796-4225 or Inverness FOR SALE-Two furn. houses, to conform to the policy of- fcom the time of the first publication secure payment of any sum bor- your friends and neighbors, we advise you of progress aDd attempt to aaeioc fe
of this notice. Each claim rowed. of community interest and benefit.
projects
726-2595. 13-tfc one at $4000 and,one at $4500. this
Close in, lake access. D. B. newspaper. or demand must be in writingand Publish April 11, 18, 25, May Our advertisers send you weekly messages isteaded to Jse.p you abreact rf the+

FISKE. 505 W. Lakeshore Dr. ': J contain the place of resi- 2., 1963 interesting merchandise lines they stock for your COif!.eiit8 ce.

Fiberglass & Materials1, ; Inverness. Ph. 726-2872 16-3c Help Wanted dence and post office addressof NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
the claimant and must be
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
For Boats sworn to by the claimant, his
College graduate, age 22-55. that the undersigned,desiring to
See E.D.General -N el i Are you interested in rewarding agent shall be or void.attorney or the same engage in business under the

career, working with people? fictitious name of Koin Kleen
EDWHITACRERouter4 /sJewel D. KincaidAs
Contractor Openings in Citrus, Hernandoand Administrator of said estate. Laundry at Main St.,Inverness,
Pasco counties. Beginning Fla. intends to register the saidnameo
& Builder Curtis B. Goff of the firm of
Withlacoochee River salary 3960.00 annual increment Goff and Burke with the clerk of the cir-

Phone 48-b 93 HICKORY HILL RETREATS fringe benefits. Write 19 South Lake Street cuit court of Citrus County, Z t" a
:Route jI Box 65 C.Inverness givingyour Florida. ,
[ 44
-Highway Orlando. Florida
Your HOME FURNITURE \ 3 miles East of-InvernessPhone age college, work experience Attorney for AdministratorFirst Dated at Inverness, Florida,
is authorized
FJUGi- md references. 17-2c this day of April 13, A.D. 1963.
ERE and MAYTAG appliance 726-2755 publication on April U, !
Ml p H H MMMH M MM W M William
G. Barrett
Free plans service 1963.
We service what we WANTED-TWO carpenters with Frances
sell. 38-tfg Financing available tools to work for me at once. Publish April 11, 18, 25, May K.Barrett
Lots for Sale 2, 1963. Owners r
CHARLES SEELEY.Fort Cooper -
GRAVELY'TRACTORS'- Date of first publication April -
For 4
a Square Deal
rebuilt R.R. I, Box 11, Inverness. IN RE: ESTATE OF ROBERT L.18, 1963.Publish .
parts repairs. ERNIE
NEILL
.Jy ; 18-2c
ROGERS AUTOMOTIVE.. MAY Deceased.IN April 18, 25, May 2. 9,
Tavares. Ph. 343-3071. 43-tfc LAKE Tsala Apopka 3 fine WANTED AT ONCE--Man or THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
JUDGE CITRUS COUNTY FLORIDA -1963.NOTICE
weekendlodgesdUferentlocatlons. woman to supply families with BY PUBLICATION
,REEL & ROD service We all on waterfront, priced Rawleigh Products in W CitrusCo. .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
trade and swap. BERT'S REEL from $5500 to $7500, Paul Gig- or Inverness. Many dealers IN PROBATE.TO that the undersigned,desiring
SHOP. Glenn's Camp 1st roadon nac Real Estate Box 38. Her- earn $50 weekly part time. ALL CREDITORS AND PER- in business under the

left Rt. 44, S. Inverness. nando Fla. 726-1584. 13-tfc $100 and up full time. Write SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS engage fictitious name of The Little

35-tfc FOR SALE--Two bdrm.:home,' RAWLEIGH, Dept FA E 371,1 You and AGAINST each of SAID you are ESTATE hereby: Flower Shop at 101 Line St.,Inverness -

completely finished Walter Memphis, Tenn. 18-2p Fla. intends to -
Jim notified and register .....
required to
TV SALES present The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce aaotfe important service ors -
house, needs water and septic. the said name with the clerk
claims and demands which *
Turner Camp road section,nice Card of ThanksOur any I of the circuit court of Citrus tion is beginning Its' taaual sale of advertistag fa in ptomottoari buifcMu.+
Home Furniture Store. Phone you or either of you, may have mi The
Hid MMMM
big lot, $50.00 down 12 Florida. Handling the solicitation this year will be Reee Pee Pre 4 I
726-2922. We give the most year against the estate of ROBERT L. County Chronicle advertising staff. Yew @o-operaiB wilt Uu.ufi.r..l..n....a>.' 'for the old set when you trade Ocala.financing. Call 2-8118 Mr. Chapman. recent sad loss of wife and MAY. deceased, late of said County Dated at Inverness 29 Florida, appreciated by both fee Chamber of Commerce' aai TW. r'...J.Jill I. a
Marion this of 1963.
Fri. and day April AJD.
-lor a new TV. Good selection daughter leaves us with grateful to the County Judge of Citrus f
of used TV's $25 and up. Mon. mornings 800 to 9:00 hearts toward neighbors and County Florida, at his office In, Mrs. Louise Vann

4 a.m. i7-2c friends. Their comforting expressions the court house of said County at Mrs. Winoma Killingsworth ... 4;;::'
of and within cal-! Owners
sympathy Inverness Florida six
DIRECT FROM FACTORY FOR SALE thoughtfulness will always be endar months from the time of Date of first publication May 2,
panels Flat or 1963 ..
Fiberglass "
remembered. the first publication of this notice.
corrugated. For roof or Three Bdrm.home plus 21/2 CARL ASTEPHENSONhusband Two copies of each claim or demand Publish May 2, 9, 16, 23, 1963. ":., ."'

sidewall. From 291 sq ft. acres of ground. Quite new MR. & MRS. J.M. CALLAHAN shall be in writing, and shall[ .

Boats repaired or"fiber- and located about half way 18-lc state the place of residence and HEARINGAIDSOily
glassed. between Homosassa Springsand post office address of the claim-

Crystal River. On good WEST COAST CONCRETE &'. ant, and shall be sworn to be the

Fiberglass Cloth mat. County road back less than PAVING INC,. BROOKSVILLE claimant his agent, or attorneyand
528.95Up.FreeTrialTerms
Hardener cleaner etc. mile from US 19.Reasonable ; .
Phone Week Wachee. 5962011or accompanied by a filing f .
Resin only $6 gal. down payment buy owner's 596-2044 of one dollar and such claim eer

Leaking roofs or sidewallscan equity at discount, you carry demand not so filed shall be void.

be plastic coated or' monthly payments of $61.40 Cement blocks for all types of Beverly C. May .
fiberglassed and sealed for- per month incl. int. Write construction radio control transit AS ANCILLARY EXECUTOR of r Landscape Nursery ClIIu ;

ever. Do it yourself . miX.Complete. the Estate of ROBERT L. MAY. uidq
Joe L. Cobb Inc. 1 s> :
PONTOON MFG. CORP. deceased. Two outlets =Jz1., tl .

Hwy 41 N. 2 1/2 mi. Realtors line of Masonry First publication April 11, 1963. 1 mile East on Hwy. 44

Brooksville,Florida Parkview Bldg. Dunnellon, materialsAll Publish April 11, 18, 25, May 2. and at Sportsmen'sPark : CHRONICLE1fayss

Fla. HU 9-2261 or consult 1963. ,

Chronicle Want Ads Pay your local broker. 15-tfc kinds of paving jobs..large ____ Alt CITRUS CGUNTYt

or small. 7-tfc It pays to advertise.






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Van Ness Has Dandy "
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Recipe For Using 4"
; _ Continued from Page 1-A VALERIEp
+
rt.
On Florida Beef
the basis of desire and cptb
into with a mouthwatering -
Swing spring
i lity. They will be paid fffejie '
.
patio beef barbequelThis training.At InTTCTAvvCj jp JCPfc
time of the ,Florida'swarm
year
sun is turning our afternoons least 13 students from**eh. *e 72.4994
of the two county school ftfe*
and lengthening eveningsinto
necessary to bean the rroatim.
a glorious time for patio
More than that number of
and stUdents -
cook-outs for family MON-WBS-YlBD-T1iURS
and employers have been
friends. 1
SHOW
only
Cookouts are healthy and a lot obtained in Inverness. Supt. BOX OFFICE opens 7:15
Buie and
i Principal Chesserare
+ of fun. There's always some- SHOW begins 7:30 P.M.
optimistic about
thing about eating in the open and Crystal River Friday TWO SHOWS
believe
> 3 that helps fulfill everyone'sdesire ,,,.......... i s.-- __ will respond enough to the DCT mecxteats Beginning 7:30 P.M.
back pro-
to get to nature. Continuous SHOWS
For your cookout,include food gram there.Children Saturday & Sunday

x that's easy to prepare, says the from 2 P.M.
L : I Florida Beef Council and you'llhave think not of what is .*........
past, nor what is to come, but
for fun and
time re
more Wed. Thurs. Friday
enjoy the present time,which: few :
laxation. The Council, a com- a of THE PIRATES OF BLOOD
us do.JeandeLa
HOW'S THE FOR A NICEfN?-Joe'Bremen proudly displays the mittee of the Florida Cattle- 8nJyereThe RIVER

big-mouthed bass his brother, George Brannen Jr. pulled out of men's Association is charged interests of childhood and te Color

Lake Tsala Apopka late last Thursday afternoon. The 10-pound with the responsibility of promoting youth are the of #
interests
lunker was "captivated" on a live shiner...."in one of the local sales of Florida Beef. kind.Edmund Storer man- Saturday Double Feature:
Miiiii lakes", said George. It's the biggest black bass he's hooked to "There are lots of inexpensivecuts Janes CONVICTS 4

date;-lie admitted. of beef that make mighty and
Children
have need of
more
good outdoor eating, says W.F. CORN BLASTERED
models
than of critics.
r New Jersey was the first Some of the mere puppets of the Van Ness cattleman and presi-

state to pass a law regulating hour are playing only for money dent of the Citrus County Cat- --Joseph Joubert

'- the practice of medicine . and at a fearful stake. tlemen's As social Ion."For

40 years ago, Mrs. .Rebecca --Mary Baker Eddy outdoor cooking, choose any

L. Felton (Dem.-Ga.) was the meat you would cook at home. Hospital-Surgical Insurance
Right now club steaks and sir- -+.._ .
first woman to be seated in As of June 30, 1962 federal FOR ALL AGES
loin steaks are good buys. So
the Senate. assets in real and
personal
are cubed steaks and ground
property were valued at$299.4 beef. And the choice of any of WHAT A WAY TO LIVE-Man. like this is the very end! Familiar to fishermen aDd residents in GUARANTEED RENEWABLE for LIFE!

FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT "illion. The national debt on these will usually please every- the Homosassa-Homosassa Springs area,but unique as far as visitors are concerned, is this color- Pays Regardless of Other InlWClMe

USE A KERATOLYTIC the same date was $298.2 bil- body." ful home on the water belonging the John Brewer family. Brewer is a fishing guide on the Homo-

BECAUSEIt -- lion. The Beef Council had some sassa River and Gulf. His dwelling is simply a nice mobile home placed on a river barge, and AGES $9S OVER

SLOUGHS OFF Infected skin hints about cooking outdoors, then attractively built around. The "Sharron" has been described as ideal Florida living by new- $460

to expose buried germ sand too. Get your fire started early. comers who pass the novel home on their way down the river. -photo by Tannehill 18-50 month 66

fungi to its killing action--this Before cooking, let the fire burn AGES

is keratolytic action. T-4-L Compare I down to a bed of glowing coals. Driving Do's & Dont's $260 CHILDREN $1 00

Solution is medically proved. It Rub the rack with fat to prevent 51-65 UNDER 11 IMItIhNO

is instant-drying, so easy to use sticking. U you use wood with
day or night. your charcoal use the hard- Keep Alert Don't Get HurtBy DUeS or ASSESSMENTS-World{ Wide. Coverage
No matter how severe your ,
woods, such as oak, elm,mapleor Information Department
case..no matter how many remedies -
hickory. Many good outdoor BILL CROWELL difficulty. The Motor Vehicles Depart- 272h Kumquat Drive

have failed you..If not cooks like to sprinkle dampened Aside from the carelessness What if a rear tire blowsat ment emphasizes that emergency Clearwater Florida

+ pleased with liquid T-4-L IN hickory chips on the hot coals which causes most of the traf- fairly high speed? driving situations like these

ONE HOUR, your 40# back at Southern I Mobile ..............,.................. .
for the extra smoky taste they fic smash ups nowdays emergencies Again, don't touch the brakes.If are far more common than most Name Telephone ........................ .

any T-4-L drug Is counter.a STRONG keratolytic impart to the cooking.W. still crop up and meet- the car starts to fishtail, people think. Many motoristsare Addr.ss................................... ..................,....................... _.........." .....
.F.Van Ness has a method of ing them usually separates the steer to keep it straight, accelerate killed and injured in unnecessary -

fungicide--greaseless. col- his own for fixing patio patties really expert driver from the slightly and avoid over accidents they didn't Oty.......... .............................................Ste+e............................................
orless. Also
fine for and
itchy that he says are, "Out of this just average. correction which can flip you, know how to meet. Old Equity Life IMWlIMe Co.

bites sweaty, poison feet, ivy.eczema NOW, insect world! Here it is. Try it yourself Along every mile of highway Your headlights suddenly go The experts say, "Keep alert,
J atBENNETT'S and see. danger lurks despite advancedauto don't get hurt."

I i DRUG, Inverness. PATIO PATTIES engineering and broad, out.Kick the dimmer switch, try I.

j Season each pound of ground smooth roads to ride. And un- parking lights, sometimes they

beef with one teaspoon of salt, less drivers are prepared for may still work and will be strong

and one eighth of a teaspoon of unexpected hazards, they travelat enough to guide you to the nearest Special wajjsto RememberXxXxXXXxxxXxx

pepper. To the mixture, add a the risk of their lives. place you can get help. If
Link BrothersCCALA
; teaspoon of Worcestershire you have a total blackout, hold
sauce and mix well. For extra the wheel steady, slow down
FLORIDA juicy beefburgers, add a -
quarter and stop completely off the travel xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
of a cup of cold water per portion of the road.
9-INCH % H. p. pound of meat. What if the hood blows up, x xXxXxx

CHAIN Shape patties, making four shutting off vision? x x x

SAW from each pound of ground meat. In this case, brake instantly, x
Fry on hot, greased rack,about
e often the hood will fall back
three inches above the coals, down as soon as wind speed is X

jg95] '-.;2lbs turning for to sear. Always use reduced. If it still stays up, x G X x xxx

tongs turning instead of try peering under it. Or if
xx xxx
piercing with a fork. R
For this
Pruning Trees proves impossible lean out
Brush with Patio Barbecue the window to see ahead, and x x xxx

Sauce from the just heat.before, removing .>a park drive safely.If along.slowly until you can x x x x xxx

PATIO BARBEQUE SAUCE your brakes fail, what
of
Tbsp. fat
should you do?
YOU AIE{ t CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND! 1/2 cup hot catsup Drivers have been known to
1/4 cup chopped onion Safety consultants set forth completely force the
CHRISTIAN
emergency
SCIENCE SERVICES 1 tsp dry mustard some of the more common brake. Engage it gradually until
1 Tbsp Worcestershire Sauce emergencies together with
you are safely stopped. If the
f SUNDAY LESSON-SERMON SUBJECT 1/4 cup water. some suggestions for meeting hand brake fails to hold try to

Cook onion in hot fat. Add all each of them. shift into the lower
next
Punishment"CHRISTIAN gear GIVE HER CANDY
"Everlasting other ingredients and simmeron For example:
and allow the engine to slow
the back You hit a curve a trifle too fast you
of the grill for
ten down. If all else fails you may Gift Wrappedby
SCIENCE SOCIETY minutes. Keep warm and get panicky. have to "scrub" your wheels a-
Resist the impulses to slam on
gainst the curb or the side of
Comer Osctota at Emory St. Inverness, Florida the brakes:you 11 probably slide your car against an embankmentto HOLLINGSWORTHPANGBURNS .
"AL" into a ditch. Instead, steer with
SUNDAY SERVICE 11:00 A.M. ,, the curve, decelerate, brake lose speed. Any such actionis
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. preferable to risking a headon s.cill
lightly and several timesif
TESTIMONIAL MEETING 7:30 ,.Me r / necessary.repeat Some skilled dri- collision. BELLECAMPTHE

2nd and 4th Wedne.days if D -TOPICSA vers in such a situation man-

READING :ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC Fri. 2-4, age to accelerate slightly,caus- Public NoticeNOTICE
F also before and after the Wednesday meeting ing the rear wheels to "pitch"

Location Sunday School room. them around the curve. Under IDEAL GIFT FOR MOTHER Mytjw'sCOSMETICS
Service ol Your Doctor oi Uedictae. safe conditions, experimentwith OFFORECLOSURE
Your Local Medical Society and the Priced special
i "THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU"pFLAR.dio SALE
Florida Medical Association. your car's horizontal balance INTIMATE Ecu De Toilette by
970 Sunday-8:15 A.M. on turns. Virtually all BY Revlon
BE CAREFUL WITH CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
VDBO-Radld 580 Sunday-9:15 A.M. cars are built to resist upsetin M
POWER MOWERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Sale
,
a curve if the driver avoids SPRAY MIST DIy
that the undersigned, FrancisW.
When a missile, traveling 300 over-steering-that is, exces- Williams, Clerk of the Cir- A Fine Fragrance From Coty
feet second sive turning of the steering 4 fragrances
strikes hu-
WWW per a cuit Court of Citrus County
wheel in either direction.
there's injury. tax '
man $3.50 plus
will the 17th of
Florida, on day
Power lawn dog runs into the road
mowers are capa- A #ff
BUNTER COUNTY ble of hurling objects at this directly in front of you. May 1963, during the legal PRICED SPECIAL FOR
hours of sale, at the main doorof
velocity, and serious injuries re- Harsh as it may seem,author- MOTHERS DAY
sult. An estimated mil- the Court House of Citrus
twenty ities agree it's wiser to hit an C01Y
MUGUET by
FARMERS MARKET INC. lion lawn mowers are in use in animal rather than risk a collision County, Florida, in the City of MIST TALC SACHET
this country, and ninety per cent or overturning, both of Inverness, Florida, offer for
are of the rotary power type. sale and sell at public outcry to ##
which result from a sudden i
Located On State Hwy. 471 There is a rising incidence of can the highest and best bidder for REVLON "MOON DROPS"
injury resulting from direct con- swerve. Evasive maneuvers are 12 oz bottle
I cash the following described
Webster FloridaI tact with the moving parts or seldom successful anyway. And $12.00 VALUE $6.85 plus tax
situated in Citrus
I from penetrating wounds made dangers, of course, are much property
by objects thrown from the greater at higher speeds.A County Florida, to-wit:
11 I moving machine. A third of all front tire blows out. Lot#35,Block,Potterfield'sMayfair
I 1 I power mower injuries are of the In this type of emergencyit's Gulf Stream Acres,

missile type. Nails, bits of metal, almost instinctive to hit the Crystal River
I
stones and glass fragments are brakes. But resist it say the pursuant to the Final Decree of
I among the objects projected by experts. Maintain firm grip on Foreclosure entered in a case

power mowers. the steering wheel,keep control pending in said Court, the styleof
I Almost three-fourths of the THE IDEAL GIFT EASTMAN-KODAK
which is Mid-State Homes,
and let engine compression slow
injuries involve the lower ex-
,
tremities, with the head, neck you down. And again an expert Inc., a Florida corporation. CAMERA ULTRAMODERN

and eyes suffering the remain- driver may be able to regain Plaintiff, vs. Emory Robinetteand UNIVERSAL HANDY -
der. Injury from flying objects control by stepping on the gas in Nancy Robinette his wife, HANNAH
I catapulted by a power mower short bursts.This takes some of et ai, Defendants,and the docket INSTAMATIC 100

{ For sale Home Grown Central Florida & imported I occurs'often to bystanders. the weight off the dragging tire. number of which is #1568. DELUX STARLET

F Vegetables Fruit Nursery Stock and a considerable I Power lawn mowers are hazardous Suppose your right wheel WITNESS my hand and the official OUTFIT
of home made for children and some seal of said Court, this HAIR DRYER
variety products. drops off the pavement?
fF 1 roll of film
communities make it illegal to
30 1963
,
day May
Most drivers with substantial SPECIAL $13.88
under the of
employ anyone age
FRANCIS WILLIAMS 4 Flash BulbsBatteries
I eighteen to operate a power experience know it's wrong to
i I mower. The Outdoor Power cut back sharply to regain the Clerk Circuit Court 2 year guarantee for Flash
Equipment Institute has urged hardtop. But plenty still do. By: Virginia S. Williams

Vegetable Market every Tuesday I that safety campaigns be directed The safest course is to guide Deputy Clerk SPECIAL $15.95
toward junior and senior the wheels slightly from Court Seal
away
E 6 A.M. 'till about 12 Noon I high school students regarding the edge of the road first, then Harry M. Hobbs \ALt1BII CUlPfiN

I the operation of such machines. allow your 'car to lose speed Attorney for Plaintiff
Aside from flying missiles, 211 Street
Jackson
Come if
gradually. to a
Live stock Auction in the afternoon I faulty design at the danger necessary or until you can stop steer Tampa 2, Florida I' THIS COUPON AND 25
is of is
I points a cause injury, as Publish May 2, 1963
carelessness on the of the back onto the highway without
I part brings you a 7 oz Bottle of
operator. Removal of debris before
HogSale ... 12:30 P.M. I mowing would reduce the Childhood shows the man. a's USA MICRIN GARGLE and MOUTH
possibility of accident. morning shows the day.
r err WASH .

Cattle Sale ... 1 P.M. I "" Coupon worth 44C

Laundry Dry Cleaning & Rug ServiceWe fl t I t ts Cut it out and bring it to

Lamar Hall Auctioneer +r
pick up and deliver 3 times a week in the Inverness and '. Cook's PharmacyCook's
I Crystal River Area.
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FOR SWIFT..EFFICIENT SERVICE PHONE OR WRITE
Producers and Individuals welcome where you may

buy as much or as little as your needs indicate. '
Ocala Laundry & Dry Cleaners

Attention Housewif: If you haven't seen this market Mail Box PharmacyInverness

_in operation you've missed a real treat. Ocala Florida'
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With Key 390 .
Curt
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THURSOt'Y. MAY 2, 1963u
With Community LandmarkBy 73rd YEAR NUMBER 18

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NANCY WEBB church services in the sane new building was not substantial -

room on Sundays. and within a few years it was Cancer Dance Was

FLORAL CITY--Much of the James T. Love tells of the replaced.The Big Success Says
.1 old Floral City Masonic Lodge distance he walked from Cooper old building pictured here- .

building is forever lost in the Lake to attend classes there it's age not known exactly but Benefit Chairman : Production Another

pages of time. The building itself and George Robinson who is 87, approximately 80 to 100 years Mrs. Major Bellamy chair Blackberry :

will soon be a memory only recalls that he went to school old--was used by all the denominations man of the Cancer benefit ball

as it will be advertized forbidsin there until after he was 21..and in Floral City. Each- held April 19, reported the affair -

the near future. It will then that he was required to paq abouta chose the Sunday per month was a total success. The

be hauled away to make an entrance dollar each month because he use it as a house of worship. ball netted $226 for the American Farm For Our County?
the Camelites from Industry
Even Ocala
way for the new Masonic was over age. Cancer Society. The dance
building which is almost com- Mr. Robinson says it was an under the leadership of a Dr. was held at the Hernando VFW
elementary school then locatedon Biggs held monthly services in
pleted. home. . ,.
post ---.--
Fond memories still linger in Marvin Ave., in front of Mrs. it.Mr. Mrs. Bellamy Monday asked The name"Flordagrand"may T . '
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the hearts of of the older Daisy Love's house. When the Robinson remembers that ., ,>
some The Chronicle to express special soon become a familiar agricul- -" ., '; '
citizens in and around Floral Masons moved it from there the the Baker brothers had a saw- and fo :!'
thanks to the VFW post tural term in Citrus: County. At ' .'
City. They went to school in this new school was built at a cost of mill on Lake Bradley and that for of the I ;, .
post
I its auxiliary use rate it has generated enthusiasm ; -< '.1
old And attended around 60000. However the they cut the timber for the old any L ...
structure. they two-story building. There is no facility; to Paul Grannan of Cry- in the county agricul- : :1 .
stal River, who donated his ser- tural agent's office and else- I
sign of this mill today.He mentioned -
and those of his dance !
vices where in this area.Flordagrand 'It.
;! that despite its age and
band; John Blackwell of Inverness is the name of a : f
the service it has given for so
the who donated the tickets; new blackberry for home gardens t 't V .
community projects
many for his assistance in It's
Carl Whitt and local markets. a
aged structure still has lots of
advertising and to E. Van An- heavy producer of long attractive -
good lumber in it. "It has served -
derson of Inverness who was berries...and we may add
the Floral City communitywell
host for the ball. ".
j to very delicious. o
the he.
over years says
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Even before the Masons bought Mrs. Bellamy added that the J.F. Scott now has an exper-
success of this dance contributed imental plot of Flordagrand
the building they were holding F
In the. measurably to reaching Cit- berries on his 30-acre farm between s rz
meetings upstairs
part. rus County's allotted quota in Inverness and Floral
Whenever that part of the build- ; z
the 1963 drive. City. He's in the process of V
the fraternal -
needed
ing was V V
order locked up their mater- putting five acres of these plants !
Takes Bids
BPI into production, establishing a
.. ials and other meetings were :
- and selling Florda- .
. nursery V
held there. V
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= .. The new Masonic hall was For New BusesThursday grand blackberries.Scott F ( ..

started in May of last year un- hopes--as does Ag Agent Z .
der the direction of Charles night at a special Quentin Medlin--that other retired .

Penrose past worshipful master session, the Citrus County or semi-retired residentsof a j ,.

trl' { rlb and continued under the pre- School Board let the bids on Citrus County will jo in him iti i ik ,
i-this adventure in growing black !
sent master. Glen Eady. The school bus bodies and chassis.A .
would be a simple
new building comittee is com- decision to purchase Thomas berries. It
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prised of James Love. Hilton Bodies was reached after consi- task says he. as well as an + : ..

; : Higginbotham and Dale Walter.To derable discussion most of enjoyable and profitable past-

date the Lodge and East- which concerned windshieldsand time.
'. -i 'O What's more there Is a "cry-
ern Star have spent $7,150 on whether they were curved
: demand" for these berriesat
their new headquarters with enough for good corner sight ing ti '
=-.- _:_ -= the big super markets. '
-- -- --- members supplying the labor. and body bracing.
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- 4nsa. art----' I I Most of the other cash has been Thomas bid $2,230.57 for low "They'll take all we can" get, ...Scott and Medlin sample some of the few berries left from this year's high yield...
.&..UO IC__ but we must have volume, says Taafiehill
__ '-4." contributed by members of Citrus --photo by
:: bid by $50 under Superior. An Scott.
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<:" Lodge 118, Inverness.Mrs. -
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additional $95 was allowed for a .
Weed contributed The congenial berry grower ries. lack of uniformity low : <<'1
Charlotte ; \W
materials book .1"" .
rack for one body. This
and who used to operate the Floral yield slow picking and late . .' ...
LaPerle Memorials was decided on a trial basis before and han - :
City Cash Grocery now repening.
donated the corner stone. If all the of
going -to expense
dles the of that of
meat department Early history blackberry
goes well. Floral City Lodge placing them in 11 the bodies.
S 133 and store delighted many local residents growing In Florida included efforts -
Eastern Star chapter
Chick Ford receivedthe
: ..._..,,. Mw.. r 164 will have themselves a new. bid for Chitty bus chassis at $3 with his few berries this to grow Northern variet-
year. Melvin Carroll who now ies and follow cultural practices
.. and _much-appreciated assem- 163.57. The bid was $100 above
operates the grocery said he used up there but with title
bly hall in the very near fu- his
state purchasing prices but
could sell all he could get and or no success. Among the wide
lowest of four bids receivedby
was
could have handled ten times as differences of the Northern var-
ture.Bake the board. .
Sale SaturdayThere many this season. The black- ieties and the Flordagrand for
An will be the
inquiry sent to berries broght strawberry pri-. example is the fact that the lat
will be a bake sale on State Board of Education at Tallahassee o
ces..39 t
cents per pint at the ter is evergreen In habit,
Saturday in front of Cook'sPhannacy. seeking permission first of the season on down to whereas the Northern blackberry
:'S SERVED ITS PURPOSE--Wearing a mask of age,this old and sponsored by the purchase the chassis at a higher 30 cents. Is deciduous.

familiar Floral City structure is about ready to Join time's.only Women's Club of Our Lady of than state/price. has 16 plantings.Hehad
Scott Is arnativeof Woodbine Scott now
respected chamber of history--memory. Almost 100 year /old, Fatima Catholic Church. The', Other..chassis, bids were received "ua."but.L has been a local resi- .difficulty in raising them ..." -
the buildingUaS s a-school: church and fraternal lodge. sale will begin at 9 o'clock and from Cochran Chevrolet., dent for about SO years.A family since there was no spraying ;. :aw
The ground on which it stands will be the entrance to the new last until all baked goods are International Harvester and he's third frost and little :"h -: i '- : .
man, expecting his protecting very _
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now nearly completed. --photo by Tannehill sold. Jungle Auto Service. .
Masonic. Lodge child next month.. His "Smoky'Point" cultivation. Fertilization is '}i .

......-.....---<...._......... -- ""' < farm produced other done only once and with an all- : ( < '
good fruit such as citrus and purpose fertilizer. Every eight
:<
}: grapes. Of the latter his mus- weeks he offers the plants a ...when vines began blooming Scott knew he had a crop...

cadines Blue Lake Lake light application of amonia ni-

Emerald and Tamiaml varieties trate. After fruitation he cuts
have been most successful. the vines back and allows themto Cato Appointed Homosassa

+ Could you use the help Starting in 1959 because he grow again.
I ml .0. I "was very fond of blackber- Using wire trellises he spaces -

ries..and didn't care for the the vines 10 feet by 10 feet so Water District MemberJames

wild variety which was also uncertain as to allow for ample work room

beacuse of freeze etc., and give the pollinators chanceto Cato of Homosassa recommendations for financing

m : of a free Financial Scott has been extremely pleased do their work since the berryis was recently appointed as mem- the project.

:::. w YRlnY with his production.The first not a self-polinating plant. ber of the Board of Commis- There have been several meet-

:::::: year he expects to harvest 20 The life of a blackberry plant- sioners of the Homosassa Spe- ings between members of the

( !I : .. pints per vine from his new ing depends on a number of fac- cial Water District by the Gov. Board of Commissioners and

acreage, and this yield is expected tos, such as the variety, site Farris Bryant replacing Neal the engineers for the purposeof

I Advisor? to be higher the next and care. Probably about 10 Gard. At a special meeting of discussing prospective loca-
11
E' year. years is the average profitable the district, the newly appointed tions of a suitable water supplyand

He secured his plants from O. bearing life. Blackberries are member was administered the discussing the proposed

i 11 (GETTING HELP, AND USING IT, O. Schwab in Sebring. who has troubled by few pests.one of the oath of office and the commis- distribution system and means
some 30 years experience in merits of Flordagrand is its sion was reorganized. N. B. of financing the project.

:/'i raising and propogating bram- freedom from the most seriousof Trotter was elected chairmanand Plans and specifications for

ble berries. This particular the diseases. Arthur Bressler was re- the test wells have been pre-
tt .. ? DEPENDS A LOT ON YOU. READ WHY.) berry, the Flordagrand, came Agent Medline said he did not elected secretary-treasurer of pared by the engineer and bids

: i !1- originally from the Florida Ex- know of any other commercial the district. Don Bradshaw is will soon be received thereonand

f i J. perimental Station In Sanford. berries being grown in the county the district attorney. a contract let so that: the
:::: Some of these berries but that if being created in for the -
.:.:i::I . . are as some were The District was best location water supply
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f:::::: ;. large as a big pecan. grown he would appreciate 1959 by special act of legisla- system pan be determined.

Several blackberry speciesare hearing from the growers. ture subject to a referendum

F 1: ] native of Florida. The wild Any anyone wishing to lean vote in the District and was ap-

::: crop, however has a numberof more about raising black- proved by majority vote in the Summer SchoolActivities

II: A successful business house the undesirable features,including berries--a small plot such as a referendum.In .

gas's::' w Bank of Inverness stands ready to comparatively small berCatholic large back yard is enough for 1962 the commission after SetThe

I:tV r assist you in any financial problem profit growing--should contact interviewing numerous en-

J ti i .,, ;:__.._ you may have. Advise and counsel his office at the courthouse. gineers employed the firm of Citrus Board of
County
'::* + and money ready to lendforlegiti- A.P. & R.K. Michaels of Orlando
a- I WomenElect Public Instruction, in approvingthe
mate propositions makes your Full Only One School who is currently engagedin
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revision summer recreation
Service Bank qualified"financial feasibility studies aDd sur-
Showed No Gains activities included a
advisor". ; i OfficersNew veys. This involves field work
:.t four week for Hernan
program
During Past Year for the purpose of determiningthe
do. Floral City and Homosassaeiemeacary
,t.:t ;.,-. officers were elected by Citrus County's school sys- number and location of pro schools.To .
.' -- the Women's Club of Our Ladyof tem had an average gain of 88 spective consumers of waterin create the half units for

Fatima Catholic Church at students during the 1962-63 the district the location of a these three schools, one WIle

their monthly meeting last school year it was reported this suitable water supply a deter- was taken from Crystal River
mining of the means of supply-
week.
week.
and Citrus high schools sad
\ Our complete banking facility includes checking and savings accounts and a loan department Mrs. Mae Henley was elected Harry K. Buie. superintendent ing water to the consumers one-half unit will be providedfor

where low-rate bank Interest loans can be negotiated with terms. "tailored", to your president of the group with of schools said state assistancefor throughout the District plans by the board according to
immediate needs. Olive LaPerle.vice these students is based at and specifications for the water
.... Mrs. presi- Nancy Webb Chronicle coipoodeat. .+..-
'' dent; Mrs. Eleanor Vecero.secretary $200 per student according to distribution system, an esti- .

.Yes, you needn't go far afield to getadequate and proper financial advice.. . . drop in \ i- ; and Elvira Gronert attendance records. mate of the cost thereof and In the smaller scho la these

tomorrow and let one of our capable staff members counsel with you on the money probt' j > treasurer. Installation will take Increases in the Crystal River classes will consist of mailing

lems you may have. More times than not we can work a feasible solution to your money 1.'fI r ., place at a dinner May 16. high and elementary schoolswas and arithmetic.: This is not recreational -

problems and give "money? power" to your business plans. ": ; Committees and chairmen from 626 to 659;Citrus High CR Honor Roll but an enrichmsBt

\ were named as follows: hospitality and Inverness Elementary, 649 plan for students who wish to

Olive LaPerle;publicity to 686. Floral City 137 to 144; NamedCRYSTAL continue or further their education -

Madge Koch: goodwill Mac Booker T. Washington, 341 to Students in these subjects: ,it was ex-

Henley; sewing & altar Mrs. 351; Carver Elementary, 150 to plained.
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it rtiir Your Full Service' Fuderer Mrs. Mann and Mrs. 152. Hernando Elementary had RIVER--Honorroll Crystal River High willhsvea

Commercial Bank Glenn; religious articles. Mr. an increase of two pupils while students for the past semesterat half-unit of summer school

W and Mrs. Arthur Koch and Mr. Homosassa showed no gain. Crystal River High School (eight weeks), a haJf-... of
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_.;- and Mrs. John Murphy; social Because of these increasesand were released this week by Principal science-math a half-unit elementary -

con.>..?_a''.........'......&IIC__..,..-..- .. activities, Catherine Peters. the creation of other subjects Harmon Chesser. The rustling, and: one and a

Mrs. Henley and other members the county school board list includes the following three"A" half units of recreation. Citrus

attended the luncheon yes- has approved the hiring of five stUdents and 24 "B" students High will have one and a half

terday given by the Women's additional teachers. : units of recreation one unit of
Club of St.Benedict's at the Port: Vernon Bertioe, Virginia Dumas summer school and a half unit
Girl Scout Outing aad Martha Beth Reeves.
Paradise Hotel. A check for of music.

$100. donated by the Our Ladyof CRYSTAL RIVER-The junior Blanchard.Charles Cindy Blackford Bowman.Wayne Ralph Roots BPI chairman

Fatima Church group wa Troop --313, Girl Scouts, will Gall DeBu k.Ginger said this program will give
presented to Fr. Juan Lopez,,, have its spring outing: at Manatee James Carte Graanan. children in the eietnenuiyscho

guest speaker. The money wit t Springs on the Suwanee Riv- Filbnon. Maggie Howe. Is an opportunity to further

be used by Fr. Lopez and three! er this Friday. Mrs. Lucille Paige Houghtalin. Kay their education Ja..uacaad
Pat L.ayen-
rest other members of the St. Lex Martin, the troop's director Jim Laagenmayr Ronnie in arithmetic.Myron .
A CENTURY OF" Abbey. They are leaving for Argentina -. will be chaperone. mayr, Ronnie Lewis.
this month for mission. three Moore. Martin Perkey,
COMMERCIAL BANKING About 20 girls including!:
Am Priest Sarah Aane Reeves. J. Newman of Chicago
ary work.Followingthe. senior girl scouts, will leave Pam Sanders. William Earl is visiting.here wtthMr*.M ads

business meetinj: school so as,to arrive at the Troy Strickland. J( oIcI. Mr. Newman is a cousin
The Bank of Inverness delicious refreshments : Sparkmaa
wer 4:30. Morrison
<< camp by Nancy l
Johnny WillIamS,Betty Sue WUMams. of Mrs. Kooatz and is .here earn
served by the hostesses Mrs. Martha Beth Reeves and Becky
; Willis Kathy Wttsea. leave of absesjoa from his CMI -
Swan
\ Fuderer, Mrs. Carver and Mrs. Strube are the seniors assisting -
aad Jesse Dew Woodward. ca a buslsass..
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I. 7: Good Newspaper Home Life I Travel Mortf fe .



:.Whichney.rspaperbest covers the news?That question was asked .. .. Auto W Ho..ItHdoa

by the editor 1f;> "The American: Press.. That,opines the magazine : .. : '
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j editor -should be the number one concern in contests conducted ;.: -' ': .' All types of insurance tailored for you to save ....,.
to rininewhtchnewspapersare "the best."The writer < ;
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I continues: "We do not intend to treat appearance of a newspaper ;" : By Bob Tannehill Fast Claim StttlMMts

f t lightly,Certainly a good looking front page helps sell newspapers. ,
t\ So does an attractive classified page and a lively editorial page. I > ,
'; One of the most delightful days gain it moved onto some large
t i But in the long run, there is no question that newspapers are U7 spent in Citrus County was en- lily pads blood pouring from its Parkview Hotel Bldg. since 1990
Dunne 1 loo Ph.; 48924124897S.9d
f bought and subscriptions renewed because they perform the primary COUIAG( j jt.-j . ". j joyed by us Saturday when we wounds. Finaly John shot it
function of,covering the news the people want to read." ; ;' -. ;-,,., .;. ,t ,
"r l : ',rE '" fi ., .fIt "'..e---: shared a picnic luncheon 0 n with his .22 and we left it for
vl Shell Island and cruised up and dead. Some minutes later we
We have to agree. And we think, and not by our own self- N : down the beautiful Homosassa went back to the spot and lo and
appraisals alone that The Chronicle is a good weekly publication. -
River with Ron McCarthy and behold the reptile was gone.
We are aware of improvements which can be made, but we're 8C' his wife, Terry. John said it actually wasn't a

I also aware of improvements which have already been made. Considering We launched at Harrison's Re- viper, (poisonous) but we hope

our limitations,,we feel this county newspaper Is serving sort with plenty of refreshmentsand it's dead anyway. A snake is a

a needed, wanted and worthwhile service to the Citrus County made a day of it as we explored snake, is a snake!

I 'f community. the historic old river all *****.. i

'___ ,, the way to the Gulf.And although Another boost for the citrus
:_ We are aware that all of that which we publish Is not to all those two words "progress"and industry--bread made with

:, readers "news'. But weekly newspapers are expected to print "improvement" are'begin fresh Florida orange juice--is

: (; most of these l ems. We realize that because there are so many ning to mar the natural beautyof announced by Merita,American

[ ,organizations and so many meetings we can not attempt to cover the river's upper regions, a Bakeries Co. of Orlando. Major

I them all ;with our verly limited staff, nor could we probably , f trip along the Homosassa River difference in the bread is that it

..' publish it all if we had,it. However, news Is not always created !.- :. .. ...- can be a wonderful experiencefor is about one-third fresh orange

at every meeting.. And these various organizations' do, we sup- '" 4 .. one. juice, with orange peels added
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pose, have publicity chairman.F ,_ r, :: Our selection for quote of the for the aroma. High in nutri-

', . past week must go to The Tampa tional value the price will be
4 I'' Many newspapers, most of them weeklies, come across our ,.-. Tribune editorial writer whose about 33 cents a loaf. Sounds
: desk continuously. We can favorably compare The Chronicle with opening paragraph of the editorial good.

the best of 'em. And while we strive to publish an attractive "A Grab in the Dark" (Wednesday ......*

i newspaper, we aim to deliver an informative one as well. We rite Trawler Sofcfy Srrk April 24)) was: "It is Speaking of something good

\ must keep in mind, however that news ,is not created by the sometimes easier to catch a Ginger and I were guests of the

1- newspaper. We merely print it. Carelessness causes more accidents than bad roads. black cat in a dark alley than to Seminole Club in Crystal River

grasp the logic of a United States last Thursday night.Such food...
j J It also seems to us that more and more publishers, In their desire - ._ .- . Supreme Court decision" it was out of this world.A news-

to "impress" their audience are inclined to forget the real ******* paperman is often invited to organizational -

function of a NEWSpaper--content rather than appearance. We .1.o' ,. .. : ._ Some of the derndest things dinners but this!
all know well-dressed women who make an excellent impressionuntil ... 'C :;';;'- : ,1t'lIlZL. : law enforcement officers haveto was tops. It was the group's final -

they open their mouths. But hose who have to live with them .- .. .' -.'.. ' ; : put up with! The mailman delivered meeting until next fall and
I may find life pretty boring. 't a box to the sheriff's former Texas judge Mack Vick-
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- office in Lancaster, Calif that rev did himself well as- presiding -
With this in mind, we plan to continue publishing a glamourous ficerNi
r Charles Dean. CHS 4-H'er carried this note: "Atom bomb bunch of peopleand
A newspaper and we trust our readers to help us in making it as FIVE YEARS AGO will Citrus County in inside. Goes off at 4 p.m." De- a fine club.
informative as possible. More than 50 persons attendeda represent puties rushed the box to an .*.....
dinner in Hernando to honor the district 4-H public speaking
I four men for their work in contest today in Tampa. His topic isolated spot in the desert,call Did yOu read the recent Sun-

water into the is "How I Can Be A Good ed in a bomb expert from Los day magazine feature about

A Great Endeavor bringing Hernando more lakes. Those honored Citizen." Angeles, and stood by while he keeping up with the Joneses?

were Frank Leslie N.B.Spires, Births: Mr. and Mrs. M.W. opened the container.Inside was The article pertaining to the

and Norris. Mal" Bennett, a boy Andrew another box and inside that high cost of social status held
Roberts
The Chronicle received during the past week the special year Ellis L.B. Mallie. were a lot of truth. It described the

book edition of ""'!be' Sheriff's Star", official publication of the The Rev. Don A. Walsh pastor The famous Smith Brothers, cookies.sans various ways today's families
Metho-
of the River
I I Florida Sheriffs Association-first line of defense In local self- dist Church Crystal, has received word wrestling team, were guests of Our press philosophy for the attempt to "stay on top of theheap" E.7C.PA ztT..E '

government. We have closely examined this publication and found that the congregation of this Mr. and Mrs. David L. Brim- wee: Seems like parents spend regardless of the strainon 'Y"C V" R

,i it to be most interesting, with a complete run-down of Florida's church has been selected by the mage of Homosassa last week. the first part of a child's life themselves and others.
government--state and national-and including a brief biographyon encouraging him to walk and Brings to mind something a

all county sheriffs, as well as state xl national legislators, special state committee as a talk. The rest of his childhood local teacher was talking about 2.ZYZNGBuild
for the annual"Churchof
nominee
and other officials. the Year" award In Florida Letter To EditorThe they spend in getting him to sit just recently. Seems as how she

down and shut up. --The Man- was so discouraged by the pres-
The one content of The Sheriff's Star that we found extremely Methodism.New ning (Iowa) Monitor. sure some parents put on her That New Home
Port for ( following is of a leng-
Richery erupted part
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interesting was a special report on Boys Ranch, at Live Oak. because of their children. In
11 in the third thy "memo" to The Chronicleas
II For those os us who have had the wonderful experience and privi- runs Inning to other words, if the teacher
14-9 Citrus submitted by Baynard Kendrick -
lege of Visiting Boys Ranch this report only revived delightful earn in the a WCC victory tournament over finalsin chairman of the Florida We were told of a 61-year-old wanted to keep in "good standing" -

memories of a remarkable place. For those hundreds of thous- Brooksville. Library Week Commitee. Negro woman here who after she had to butter up certain

ands of Floridians who have never beenthere..andthe countless all these many years deter- children..or else. Well, this
Births--to Mr. and Mrs.Her Editor
)
residents who we Imagine have never even heard Boys Ranch, mined to get her license and en- sorta thing has been going on for 1 Bridge St. Durorefen
bert D. Williams Jr. of Crystal Urges Library Money
we only wish that this report could be read thoroughly by them joy the experience of drivingan longer than any of us can re-
Both and
River twin boys Timothy and Citrus Levy Countiesare
all. automobile. Four or five times member. A teacher can't affordto %
ser- ;
small and their
Anthony. library
she took the examination let it get her down. Free Deliveries
Floral City 4-H Club (girls) vices exceedingly scant. (My
To pick up from The Star there were thousands of,homeless each time failing. Finally she We know of a principal who Instructed -
won a plaque for the outstandingclub three children went to school in
and neglected boys in Florida who needed'a good home to keep of the, ,and Ii.= passed but'was late getting to Ijis) teachers--at a PTA
county -a gavel Williston when there was.no ,
them from drifting into a life of crime or aimless futility. The '' for the highest of braryrat'alrhere'is .J Judge 'Scofield's1 bfficft to, pick meeting, rthat_ ifc they had any I
percentage onenow )
-Florida Sheriffs Association saw this need and-with$5,000 and up her license. ventured out children they were afraid to "Hu 9-2400 BOWLES
membership. Levy and Citrus contracted
a prayer--founded the Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch in 1957. A' early the next morning--behind handle for any ,reason to send
Raymond Owens was elected with the City of Ocala, which
737-acre site was selected on the Suwannee River 11 miles north commander the wheel-only to be stopped in them to him that discipline respected -
of Blanton Thompson has a fine library and highly
of Live Oak, and construction of facilities began in 1958. Post a routine license check.She had no society levels.
American Legion. trained staff. As a result these
Would do
all
none. Fortunately in this case us well to con-
Richard Martin was presenteda counties now receive a qualityof
Today, at the end of four years of operation, the enrollment certificate of merit from the library service of which they the woman had applied for her sider that it isn't WHO some- LUMBER CO

stands at 60 boys and the Ranch represents an investment of U.s. Junior CofC in recognitionof are exceedingly proud and have license and got by. But you just body is, but rather WHAT.
$500,000. The Ranch has been know do ?
approximately growing steadily, his "unselfish services rend- good reason to be. never you
but the waiting list of boys seeking admission has been growing sass** ADVERTISE IN
ered as president" of the Inverness Any book from the entire area THE
t too. Therefore the Sheriffs of Florida have pledged to continue Which reminds me of the Inverness CHRONICLE
Jaycees. is available to any person in the
expanding the facilities as fast as funds will permit..aiming at The Rev. H. fellow who has been a
H. Heerschap area, and their librarians can
an eventual goal of 400 ys.Stillwell. preached his farewell sermon borrow material from any library resident here (and in Florida)

at the Crystal River since last Spring, butwhodidn'trenew
Presbyterian In the country State Un-
Church on Sunday.: iversity, and even the Libraryof his highway privilege by

TEN,YEARS AGO' Congress if needed. obtaining a state drivers lic-
PapersThose until last week. I +4r
Lucky
ense
guy
Organization of a new Lions The state has already seen
*******
Club at Hernando was completed the results of the $284,000 aid
Tuesday night with 43 members given to 24 qualified counties. Our neighbor John Swain killed
who can remember the days of World War II will recall his -
(?) a large rat snake in Gospel
having signed up. The larger request for the next
that the American
general who worked with Chiang Kal-Shek as Island front yard the other
Five more Citrus County biennium is still more import
the you
UJ3.
top Military commander the China-Burma-India
day. He stuck pitchfort prongsin
In 1024-44 was Lt. General Joseph Stillwell. ths were inducted into military ant. It is vital to the 39 per
service in A p rd L They were, cent of the population who still the big yellow viper, one

John Henry Whilden, Bernard have no public library serviceat through its head.After knocking
He was nicknamed "Vinegar Joe" so add were his comments. it around a while and letting our
But these comments did not reach the light of day too often. And Ray Rector, Oscar Lee Harris all. pet Pekingese wrestle with it, e- ;
when he recalled and David Russell.Sawyer, Jr. It's now right up to the avid
was by President Roosevelt, at Chaing's request the
John gave it a sling across
The task of readers of Florida that
1944 remodeling the to see
in Washington clamped lid on his utterances at first canal. Before we could get away,
county jail, adding new equipment this necessary state aid appropriation ,
and later his squawks were old-hat or water over the dam.A the snake had "come alive"and ,.
and building an addition be put through. Light-
will cost the the fires underourTallahassee was swimming back to our side r. =x
50. ing
county nearly$
paperback book entitled"TheStiUwell Papers" is now avail- of the channel. When it got to ... _
solons is the for the
able for a reasonable price-to all those who would like to exa- 000.The job the bank we struck it some good
Board of homefolks do. ,
Public to
Instruction ,
- mine the tragic and disgusting Chinese story.And while Stillwellwas blows with the pitchfork,pickedit ? x -
voted Monday to have archi- Better use Western Union or
obviously a man not easy to get along with, and, while he may up and flunz it again. And a-
have been acid tectural plans drawn for a long- telephone!
too or too cynical, nevertheless his opinions and f ti
experiences should be read by every citizen who wants to understand range construction program estimated -

why we,lost China to the Communists. I to cost $395.000. County LibrariansAt Cltros Marine Center i a s' :E -


The answer Is very plain in "The Stillwell Papers". The Annual MeetingThree
Chaing Kai-Shek regime was hopeless and destined to lose out to Factory

the Communists from 1943 onward, and Stillwell could see it and Citrus County librarians from Citrus Trained

said so. The corruption, rottenness and impossible moral atmosphere County public libraries atended !

in Chungking, Kunming and everywhere else that the the Florida Library Associat-

Kai-Shek government went Is vividly and candidly described by ChronicleSERVING ion's annual meeting last Sales .

'Uncle Joe" in his diary. Thursday at Clearwater. Attending Parts -*'

from the county were Service
And as a sideline thought,wasn't it Tom Dewey who argued with .
ALL CITRUS COUN'IYPublished Mrs. Frances Collins Inverness P
,Madame Chiang Kai-Shek back around 1947 that what China need- SERVICE ON ALL MAKES
Mrs. Helen
Thursday by ; Westbrook.
ed than American every u.s. 41 'South Inverness
more food
guns was clothing medical supplies
the Citrus County PublishingCo. Hernando: and Miss Hallie Dah- 5-
and know-how? 726-2113
Phone
at 107 N. Apopka,Inverness leen Homosassa.

Florida. Established in

1890. Entered as second class

Goldwater's StarThe mail at the post office at Inverness -

Florida.

iqMjw'1ABE1
Chronicle isn't the first newspaper to say this but we HERMAN W. GOLDNER,

:believe it time to point out that Barry Goldwater, the distinguished President

Senator from Arizona, very likely wil be the next President ROBERT L. CHAMBERLAIN

of the United States. Publisher


It appears that Goldwater will win the Republican nominationover BOB G. TANNEHILL News Editor Let us put the house in the picture for you'

Nelson Rockfeller and thereby become the contestant: against RUSSELL FORD AdvertisingSCY

,President Kennedy next Goldwater has gained favor HIBBARD JR.,
year. .
individual need it
throughout the entire south and will carry the support of the Prx iction Supt. Making a home loan to meet your

conservative Democrat bloc of southern votes. Subscriptions $3.50 a year in _WI r ,. \- 'c... .1 0.,: our specialty. . so owning a home is easier wfcea itfe

Certainly, the south can back Mr.Goldwater in good conscience Citrus. Marion.Hernando Levy . ':- .: : financed through us. Come in and let us help make ymr. _
since the and and Sumter 6 T' "
present administration has contrived to foster Counties months '
perpetuate unrest and downright ill will towards itself in all of $2.25. Elsewhere in U.S.$4.50 dream house a reality. ,

the southern states. year, 6 months $3.00; $5.50 a -c Sales and Service for .

year in Canada. Subscriptions

Further to Mr. Goldwater's candidacy, he has earned a reputa- mailed outside Florida part of

tion of honesty and fearlessness that grows with each passing the year take the $4.50 rate. \ Heavy Duty Yazoo Toro

day. His two recent books clearly portray his thinking and his

desire to cope with international problems rather than stall off When address is changed,send

decisions.We the Chronicle both your old and Mono Island Rider

your new addresses. New address .

feel his election to the presidency will do'much to restore alone is not sufficient. '"We Service What We Sell"ARCHER'S
this nation to its' rightful place in the world. Of late we have

:, been paying the bill internationally and each time we "pick up THE CHRONICLE is a memberof .

the check" another upstart, second-string country raps our Florida Press Association MARINEHwy

knuckles. Senator Goldwater makes sense in his frequent comments Citrus County sy'.,x.,
o. on international problems;'and_ we believe, he is about Chamberof Commerce Inverness 4 a

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<< The CITRUS COUNTY CHftONiCLE May 2. Mod 3-.


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Mrs. Brownlee Dies Brownlee had served as pastor()
April 18. of Inverness Hrstl'resbyterian MINUTES Board of County Commissioners $10,322 Bid
ZephyrhillsWord Church for six years prior to
moving to Zephyrhills.Both had UR E SOL UTI 0 N ability of closing vacating, abandoning discontinued and any right ot "WEEK-END SPECIAL" UNTIL JUNE 15
was received here during a host of friends )living here. BE FT RESOLVED that this and discontinuingsuch Citrus County or the public in Accepted For ::
the past week of the passing of Board has no objection to the portion of street to be held and to said street, or in and to The
Mrs. Lillian Brownlee on April PersonalVisitors State RoadDepartnnentofFlorida in the County Commissioners'Room the land delineated on said recorded -
18. She died at JacksonMemor-. from Chicago; who recently allowing GW. BRITTLE to In the Citrus County plat as said street, is New LibraryCRYSTAL -
ial Hospital in Zephyrhills. cross State Road 480 at or near Courthouse at Inverness,Florida hereby renounced and disclaim
Mrs. Brownlee, 72, was the visited Mrs. John Mann Cbassahowitzka, Florida,with a at 10:00 o'clock A.M. on ed. RIVER--Tolle and
widow of the late Rev. E. D. included herson,William Mann, canal provided that upon him doing Tuesday, 2 April 1963, and 2. That a copy of this Resolu- Workinger, local contractors, 5H
hi s wife, Roberta and their two
Brownlee whodledrecently.Dr. children so he installs a bridge or WHEREAS, Notice of such tion be signed by the Honorable submitted the accepted bid for I
and
Tony Bobby.
hearing was published in accordance the new Crystal River Public
culvert in said canal at his own Clyde Byrd, Chairman of this II 17350 Gulf Boulevard,
expense and in accordance with with the law at the expense Board, attested by the Honor- Library building at a special
.
North Rtdington B och
State Road Department specifications of Petitioner, and able Francis W. Williams, as meeting of the Town Council last
J4 under the supervision of WHEREAS hearing has been Clerk of the Board, and that the week. ONLY
IUI the State Road Department.BE held in accordance with such seal of this Board be affixed The successful bid was I
Resolution, notice and the law $10,322. The Town is financing
IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat thereto, and the same furnishedto
a hereof be signed by pertaining thereto, and Petitioner for part of the building constructionwith
copy recording in
I We have taken theN'H the Clerk of this Board with the WHEREAS, this Board has determined the public records of this County town funds. Some of the 13 DAYSS OJ
funds have been
seal of this Board attached and that said portion of raised by the
furnished Honorable street should be closed,vacated 3. Friends of the Library.In .
to Richie ; That Notice of the adoptionof
District discontinued and abandoned and addition to Tolle and Work 5 OF RELAXATION Couple or
Green Engineer, State this Resolution be publishedin
Road Department of Florida, any right of Citrus County and the Citrus County Chronicle inger, three other bidders tried ii ON THE BEAUTIFUL DoubleGULF
Deland Florida." the Public in and to any lands within thirty days from this dateat for the contract. They were A. OF MEXICO Occupancy
delineated on said recorded W. Smith & Son, Leesburg, $11,
Said Motion was seconded by plat the of Petitioner.
expense 322 Anlvt Anytime Frt&y Leave Anytime Sunday.
David
Commissioner Levins and car- as said portion of street should Motion seconded by Commis- ; Morris of Leesburg. I
t Television and Radio franchisefor ried. be renounced and disclaimed.IT sioner Gilstrap and' carried. $11,855; and Smoak and Ogden,
/Francis W. Williams IS THEREFORE RESOLVED CLYDE BYRD Chairman Inverness, $11,890. SwImmIng Pw/-Jecfc/ iJ.g-tIMlrH's,
FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS Clerk by the Board of County Board of The new structure will be
Inverness and nearby communities. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Commissioners of Citrus County Citrus County County Commissioners Florida.- started within ten days after he P/oygr00flf/ ( -lof fisilq Pier AjcctEnlertainreet0.iciy
Florida contract is signed, according to
OF CITRUS COUNTY as follows: ATTEST: FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS I
FLORIDA 1. That the portion of street Clerk __ Architect Robert V. Ford. The Marr/fl/ loses of f the Organ
(COUNTY COMMISSIONERS'SEAL delineated on the recorded platof Motion by Commissioner Leesburg architect said last
Our line will include the famous ) Willola Heights, Unit 2, recorded Rooks, seconded by Commis- Thursday that it would take a Danny /Kay af f fe PItH far In fk
in Plat Book 3, 127 week or more to prepare the
Motion CommissionersRooks ,
by page sioner Gilstrap to accept deed document. RENDEZVOUS, Cocktail" LOIIIfSuperb
I seconded by Commis- public records of Citrus County, from David Winnick and his
1 i! ZENITH color TV. sioners Spooner to accept deed Florida, described as follows: wife, motion carried. Satisfaction that the much Cuisine to 0.r MARINE 11"1f *...
from Mr. Bill Brittle Canal That portion of Diamond Avenue Motion by Commissioner Gil- needed and long-awaited Cry-
stal Complete/ Diners from $2."
River Public
Point Unit#2. lying Westerly of the North- seconded Commis- Library Is
strap by
Mr. Arvin Mills, District erly projection of the Westerly sioner Rooks to accept deed about to become a reality was I Coffee Stop Opefl trm 7.40 AM.
HOME FURNITURE Forester, appeared before the right of way line of Dimaond from Jessie Woodward, widow, expressed by representatives of
Board in reference to Bill on Circle, being more particularly motion carried.At the library board, Frank M. __ "GENE"
follows Walrath and Mrs. Brownie WARNSTEDT Managtr
Inverness Fire Control.At described as : the regular of the
the regular meeting of the Beginning at the NE corner of Board of County meeting Commissioners Searle. Both were present for i Reservation Call St. Petenbw 39M7S3BUILDING _

Board of County Commissioners Lot 14, Greer's Point Subdivi- of Citrus County, Florida, the bid opening. 9IHIIHHIHIIRHHIIRIRIHIIIIHHHIIWIIIIIIIRltRIIIIRIIIIIHIIIIH...IIIIIIIIIWIHIIIUI..].
of Citrus County Florida, sion, Unit One, as recorded in held in Inverness, Florida, at
held in the Citrus County Court Plat Book 4, page 50A, public 10:00 o'clock A.M. on Tuesday, Mrs. Woodford Gets

house at Inverness, Florida, at records of Citrus County,Flor- 2' April 1963, CommissionerRooks Award At DistrictAL
10:00 o'clock A.M. on Tuesday ida said point being on the South introduced and moved the
2 April 1963, Commissioner erly right-of-way line of Dia- adoption of the following: Auxiliary MeetThe
: ..- .... Spooner introduced and moved mond Avenue, according to Wil "RESOLUTION
"" the adoption of the following lola Heights, Unit Two, as re- WHEREAS, on 18 September 4th District Constitutional
f : / resolution: cor. in Plat Book 3, page 1957, Tom Edenfield and wife Conference was held recently in : I SUPPLIESCedar
/ "RESOLUTION 127, public records of Citrus Sadie Deal Edenfield executed Ocala and opened with a joint i

t Are You A BEAR WHEREAS,a Petition was pre- County, Florida, thence S. 89 deed conveying certain lands to meeting with the American Le-
ti sented to this Board by persons deg 56' 50"W.,along the North Citrus County, a political sub- gion. Mayor Cummings wel-
purporting to be owners of the erly boundary of said lot and division of the State of Florida, comed the group.
: hot weather? lands abutting on a certain along said Southerly rightofway which said deed was deliveredto Annual reports from unit pres- Keeps Cut Termites and Rot
pIn street delineated on a recorded line 58.00 feet to the cornerof this Board and was filed for idents and district chairmen
plat In Citrus County, Florida, Lot 35, Block D, of said Wil record on 12 March 1959,and is were given, followed by presen- 2X4,2X6,2XBCEDARJust
Get Coleman/ hereinafter described, and lola Heights Unit Two said recorded in Official Record tation of awards. Mae S. Wood-
WHEREAS, said Petition requested point being the point of intersection Book 64,page 35,public recordsof ford of Hernando, District Nat- put it there and forget it
this Board to close,vacate of said Southerly right- Citrus County Florida, and ional Security Chairman, gave
POLATh'PAK' abandon and discontinuesaid of-way line with a cul-de-sac, WHEREAS, the parties thought her report.As the Americanism up to 24' lengths $119 per M
j portion of street; and said cul-de-sac having radius that said lands chairman for Allen Rawls
were a public 2 X 4 4 X 4
WHEREAS, this Board adopteda of 37.5 feet, thence Northerly road andWHEREAS No. 77 American Legion of Inverness Economy

Resolution calling a public along the arc of said cul-de- the parties have now could not present to CEDAR $ 75 per M
Waterless Central Cooling hearing to determine the advis- sac, a chord bearing and dis- discovered that there is no road present the program, Mrs.
tance of N. 13 deg 09'14" E. there and the does Woodford gave the report. She 1 X 12 Western White
County not
61.50 feet to the NE Corner of was given an award as the first
t. ONE compact unit intend to construct a road there Fir $ 95 per M
said Lot 35, thence Easterly person to turn in this report to
cools your whole homeAt along said arc a chord bearingand andWHEREAS the Gulf Highway the district chairman. Mrs. 4 X 8 X 1/?" Sheeting
Land Surveying distance of S. 76 deg 50' Land Frank Leslie was the first to
Corporation has purchased -
$3.48
last, here's CENTRAL air 46" E 43.00 feet to the North- the surrounding lands. turn in a report to the District Plywood sheet

conditioning budget-priced and Subdivisions erly right-of-way line of Dia- NOW THEREFORE be it resolved National Security Chairman. 2X4 #2 Pine $105 per M
designed for every size home. Timber Estimates mond Avenue, thence N. 89 deg Lavonia Hanbury rehabilitation -
56'50" : chairman 2X6 #2 Pine $tOT M
E., along said Northerly t!'The Citrus County, apoliti- was given an per
New waterless unit right-of-way line, 11.16 feet to cal subdivision of the State of award for the unit as 100 per 2X8 #2 Pine $109 MFree
J. J. Fussell \,
per
,
Helen
cools, dehumidifies,-ventilates,.- the intersection said North-' Florida convey' said:1aMi. o" cent.' Ebeke as child welfare ,
filters. No plumbing! And. erly right-of-way line with the Gull Highway Land chairman, was' also givenan
Corporationfor -
Polar-Pak actually has two Registered SurveyorBox Northerly projection of the a consideration of $10.00and award for the unit.Those at- LcL::
complete cooling systems. On Westerly right-of-way line of that Deed be prepared and attending were (local): Bertha _
mild days, only one system Diamond Circle, thence S. 10 executed by this Board accord- Macey president;LavoniaHan-
works s I ash I n g electricity 402 Box 154 deg 11 05" W., along the North- ingly.' bury; Ida Mae Lloyd treasurer; Delivery -
Bushnell Inverness, Fla. erly of Joy Johnson, a Menfromthe
bills In hot weather, both sys- projection said Westerly Said Motion was seconded by guest.
Ph. 793-2434 726-2124 line. 50.80 Allen Rawls unit
tems go to work. right-of-way feet to Commissioner Spooner and attendingwere x
the Point of Beginning. Commander RussellMacey -
carried. _
Polar-Pak fits anywhere: attic, be and the same is hereby Mrs. T.C._ Kelley, Chairman, and Frank Leslie.
crawlspace, basement, even closed, vacated, abandoned and Citrus County Library Board Mrs. Woodford rendered her
outdoors. Works with your pre- appeared before the Board in report on national security,en- Art & Carrie Hardware
"Is
: YourNationalSecurity -
sent heating system or inde- reference to protesting to hay "
pendently, with any type ductsor ing the library board on refer ity Showing?
exclusive Coleman Blend- endum. Mr. Tom Festa, Mrs. & Building SuppliesCall

Air system. Let us show you Volkswagen Edith Figgins and Mr. Charles
how easily you can have central Blackford also spoke to the
cooling this summer. Call for Board concerning the Library SPRINGS Collect 793-3341

free survey I .. Board. Hwy. 470 S. Lake Panasoffkee Fku
THERE IS A DIFFERENCE Map of plat of Indian Waters WiJfeeif ,

Unit Board.#1 This was map presented ofplatwasapproved to the Service & Sales Biggest little town m Central l Ftorife

LOW ASGREEN'S \ a\ Lv:' IJa.. Try Our Service Engineer.by the Motion County Attorneyand by Commissioner -


$5.50 ; !,: .m Factory Trained Commissioner Levins Gilstrap, seconded to accept by

the map of plat of Indian

PER WEEK ,, 0Technicians, :. < Waters Unit #1.Motion carried.
At the regular meeting of the An Open Letter to the I
Board of County Commissioners -

of Citrus County, Florida,
held at 10:00 o'clock A.M. on
Tuesday 2 April 1963, in the CITRUS COUNTY CATTLEMEN'S ASSOCIATION
,

{if6JfJfl1 i All F Makes Used Cars & Trucks County the Citrus Commissioners'County Courthousein Roomof

!ill Inverness, Florida, Com- I
ALLISON STRICKLAND
missioner Levins introducedand Repr. and the I

tIi1 moved the adoption of the
following:

FUEL GAS SERVICE WHEREAS"RESOL.UTION for several years. TAXPAYERS of Citrus County:

there has been a growing demand
Turnipseed Imports Inc. for payment of supple-
101 South Pine Street INVERNESS ments to salaries of State Jud- The proposed bill to permit the taxpayers of this coway to decide for them elvee whether -
Telephone 726-1111 1215 S. Pine St. Ocala, Fla 622-3258WWW ges from County funds and they are willing to be taxed a one teeth of a cem levy on the aMOMod va...... of
WHEREAS State udges their property for the construction of public fallout shelters is a morally anti politically
throughout Florida are supple- justifiable procedure.No .
,mented in varying amounts from
'- County funds andWHEREAS special interest group can speak or vote for the majority of the.....,...
the salaries of
Circuit Judges of the Fifth Judicial The keystone of American government lies in "the consent of the governed." Thirteen
Circuit are supplementedby British colonies became the United States through cevagaiast taxation WITHOUT re-

,2 Height In Florida Living .- County County andWHEREAS funds from Citrus presentation.

The Medallion Home *:' this increase in Under our democratic form of government,the people of this ooumy or any other political
4y/eFIe8$ t:6i' cost to the Counties in Floridais subdivision,are entitled to express their opiakH HV vote. TWs te die teate of ad
a matter of grave, concernto the reason for the ballot.
Built and DivitoTwo
By Kitty
the State Association of County -
Innw, Florida Presents Commissioners of Florida This nation is involved in a war with an enemy dedicated to the da jU-uction of private

-'", ';0. ,- Bedrooms. Ttl&Botfw and to the members of this ownership.
_
Board andWHEREAS
:' 'c : ,
.
'. ." SpoctT'! the members of this Personal retention of private property and profit would prove cold comfort ta a postwar
-: .-. .. ;.;+. "' ::.' ( Board are in favor of adequate world to those who had refused to allow the voice of the peopkt to be board oa a
:..:. '. - salaries for State Judges and matter of personal protection for all the people.
-
1_ ,... : .- ..> ,; -..;.i, -J"- .- ... Utility i room: are of the conviction that they
=
( : \. should all be uniform throughout The United States e&nnOtcoaduct a cold war, much less a pocsiMe! ...pottottat hot war
\\t - .-**! VI Scn.n.d-InyorN gtoti--. with tuning : Florida and should be paidfroin as a side show while American civilians refute their God gives litrtMt* .... doecy to file
::::J State funds. brother's keeper."
world "I am NOT my
CarportComplcttty NOW. THEREFORE be It,resolved
\4 ; ........Thom by- the Board of County I grant the members of the Cattlemen's Assoc. the right to vote ftfatasc- taxpublic .......
e: r-_ ._ stol in awry room. Commissioners of Citrus County shelters, and the right to influence others to vote amt tike tos... to a I'''''' "'
Florida that the Judicial Sal dum."

._ .. I Lot 11,Block 12 .ary Bill approved by the Florida
.... __ h w.. ... _.Acra Judicial Council be and the I do not grant this association the right to take away from me and other taxpayers the
% -. .0 N same Is hereby approved and right to decide the issue by ballot in a free election.
.the Honorable Allison R.Striclc
) _. $10,500.00 f' land State Representative from In summary, as Winston Churchill has wisely adYi ed. "There to a time to ft....

." + i FLORIDA LlaptdWltt Ut.khntq Citrus County and the Honorable And if we do not fight when there is a chance: to survive sad wta>the...... to awe to
V R N a James "
I N E. Connor
... : '.t RM*B.flIn from the Ninth Senatorial State Senator come when we will have to fight with little hope of eveR the smallest arco ea
District
.: -':i; -li' J, ,.I.h ta..t (L Wc Y : ... ." be and they are each hereby The time to fight for your right to vote is now.I' .
'> ,._.. 405 a!711 nm nt-1m -.nm' m-1$$$ requested to support the enactment -
of said Judicial Salary
,. Bill 8ettrww

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Grandson: Of Local- 4S1ce4 May we suggest that some Only one family fa our New
Folks HonoredSteven I new issue of postage stamps York neighborhood lives with. G

L .... t 1 carry a picture of a weeping in its income. They borrow
-- -Get Rid Of Hall, 16 year-old grandson Three ladies represented the 4. taxpayer monev to do it.
of Mr.andMrs.RedC.Payne Inverness GolfandCountryClublast > ,,:.. .,
c4J Rural Route 1, Inverness, week at Orlando in the Florida .. '7.Ii
IRONRED.or was honored last week as he was Women's State Amateur 7.
named to attend Louisiana State Golf Tournament.Mrs. .
University for special training Marian Schoen qualifiedin
later this summer. the 5th flight with a 96. Mrs.
JJ' Young Hall, who lives InMad- Eddye Elbrecht qualified in the
DISCOLORED WATER'with isonville, Tennessee, was sel- 6th flight with a 97 and Mrs.
ected in nation-wide competition Alice Walthausen placed in the
our Water to attend LSU's science 7th flight with a 98.
training program.His On the first day of matchplayMrs.
selection came after com- Walthausen was defeatedby
Softening, and petitive examinations and a 900- Grace Wachler of Pensecolaby .;c"
: word theme entitled "The Per- a score of 5 and 3. Mrs. El
E ; .Filtering Service son Most Instrumental in Guid- brecht defeated Ibby Acrees of RESTAURANTBREAKMST
ing Me Toward A Career In Deland 2 up and in the next
Science." match, defeated Ann Safford of WORTH SMILING OVER--This nine and one-half pound black
Gainesville 2 up and in the semi bass was recently hauled out of Lake Tsala Apopka by Ben Casto, JlJ d OPI"- __'
YES YES "Advocates of the absurd finals, lost 4 and 3 to Eddie shown above holding up the big lunker for the cameraman. It L
'35-hour week' would be Kosset of St. Petersburg. Mrs. wasn't learned just what Ben used to hookthe big-mouthed catch J _.0 --
hard to find if it actually Schoen defeated Foy Reimus of with, but he didn't have to go from his back yard on Gospel Island SERVE -
Palm Beach 3 and 2 in the first
35 hours of work to bring it out. r .S%
YES meant only match, and in the second match
per week-with no overtime lost a heartbreaker 1 up to Jo The afternoon bridge was won net Terry Cook and John Con-
hours at premium rates.- Henderson of Coral Gables,and by Alice Von Walthousen.The nelly. Lance Smith won a prizein
J. D. Blizzard, Dillon fS.C.i in the semi-finals, lostto young ladies are planning a 9- the "C" clt.ss.
Herald. 9-handicapper June Loehr Ft. hole around
tournament in Ocala
Galvanized & Plastic Pipe Lauderdale C.C. on the 18th next Thursday. Any of the gals Rooks Auxiliary
hole where they both had who would like to go just for i
and Full'Line of Fittings birdies. lunch may also sign up. Will Meet Friday
Paradise Next year the Florida Amateur Men's point tournament on HERNANDO--The Ladies Aux-
Championship will be held at Wednesday saw Bill Martin and iliary to LeRoy Rooks Jr. Post I.iIII1
Lawn Mower & Out Board Motors Repaired Lawn Service Port St. Lucie and Marian and Joe Schoen tied for first, with 4252. Veterans 0 f ForeignWars
J I Eddye pla n to attend and try to Chuck Brayton second. Blind will hold thei regular
do their best to put Inverness"on bogey was won by Louis Connell monthly business meeting this
ProfessionalLawn the map". All week long, George Altenburger, and Leon- Friday night at 8 o'clock at the
Marian and Eddye were asked, ard Sweat. post home on Highway 200.
"where is Inverness"nextyear "To those who came to.
our:
Last Friday eight men from the
WHITE DISTRIBUTING CO.No. CareBox they will find out,say our Inverness Golf & Country Club dinner Saturday, we thank you
,golfers I and hope you will come back to
went to Eustis and played in the
Last Thursday the ladies play- our next one," said Mrs. Mar-
Apopka Ave. Old Seaboard Depot 412 ed a low net tournament. In the pro amateur tournament. Cliff garet Rollins, publicity chair- doi"
Crystal RiverPh. Hornketh the pro., and his part- and
Phone 726-1622 795-3370 A flight Evelyn Sipe won, with ners, Dr. Brown, Lance Smith man. "Our thanks to Harold Roberts me in
Betty Brown runner-up. "B" and Tom Diew for helping
and Guy Sipe: Bob Ritz. pro. --
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and his Murray Ben-
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Haifa, Sudan, had no rain for
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Saw this notice in the win-
CENTRAL FLORIDA CONTRACTING'SNew
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Valparaiso, Ind.: "Hopen'
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U. S. 41 at the North Edgeof
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TRAL Be it further resolved that a
L011DA copy of this Resolution signedby
Cltrtr ctr s the Clerk of this Board and
Fa' with the seal of this Board attached -
be furnished toxthe Hon-
orable Allison Strickland and
the Honorable James E. Con-
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ULL Commissioner carried. Gilstrap and

/Francis W. Williams
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SIONERS OF CITRUS COUNTY
FLORIDA
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Motion by Commissioner Le-
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March-19, 1963, motion car- i1
Office and Plant U.S. 41 South ((1 t Mile from Court House) Inverness 726-2267 ried.Motion by Commissioner Levies 'T

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Rooks all vouch
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16336 16415
Fine & Forfeiture Fund:
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2328 2335 Home
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(Bessie Carter, Irene Bell,

Quality Road Building Asphalt Paving Clearing and Excavating Citrus Walter Memorial Jenkins) Hosp. 88.00 First, see FIRST FEDERAL for fteaactac ... a low-
: cost Home Building Loan you CM ......
(Eva O'Berry, Jim Brown, De-
nise Goodman John O'Berry,
Harman Riggs, Leona Smith, At our handy: office you talk to folk who kaow local
real estate values, local ruamucitoi nun Itay
Dennis Hamilton, Ida Watkins,
can tailor your Home Build* Loa to fltfMr Individual
Gene Watson)
University Clinic 55.50 needs ... and they do it rapidly Our Loan
/ service is fast with red bold .
tape to. Mnom.
(Mrs. Iona S.:Head)
:. Floral City Cash Grocery 20.00 Come in this week and find out bow we CM 1 haip you
build a home this Spring.
(Margie Shanklin)
Kings Market 10.00
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(Lon Nester) Your Needs
Edwin K. House M.D. 9.00

(Richburg Mr. Ray Locklear& Stewart) Mkt. 9.63 Come First At First Federal!

(Vernell Johnson) .
Porter Funeral Home 10.00
(Mable Carver)
Fowlers Grocery 10.00

.. ":-. -7 4 i rr: s* o- '" (Levins Mrs. Carver Grocery) 15.00

(Irene Savary) -.
Coy Sandlin 34.80 '
I Richburg & Stewart Super
Market 10.00

Let our years of Experience, Dependability, Fast Service, teip__ your Present and Future needs. Amos(Mildred Bealyer Smith) 15.00 4rUS 1

Dennis O. Weaver 20.00 1R M
(Louis Carter
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Winn's Rexall Drugs 44.95E.
CENTRAL FLORIDA CONTRACTINGCORPORATION (O'Brien. Campbell.) P. Hamilton, M.

Drs. Osterhout, Brown &
Jenkins 59.00 Savings Placed WIll Us By Tfc *tt.
(Audrey Smith Leona Price
Andrew Smith)
Motion carried unanimously. Payable Slli-Annu i1otedeat _
Letter from Office of Ordnance -
Office in reference to

DONALD KABRlCH'_ T. VAL! KFANUNO ...h.. ;; BUDDY MURPHY Explosive Course Ordnance February Reconnaissance 18 and- ? &
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; 1963 read to the Hoard and

V. President & President & V. President & filed. LOAN
Motion by Commissioner Gil-
Sales Manager Gen. Manager ___ Pro Manager strap, seconded by Commissioner f
Sfoener to adtuura unless LU$ MS
otherwise called
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'I Woman's Club : ::;: '''' 'I.I'J..I'I..II.I.I'.I..I'I..I..I..I"! [[::' S Homosassa ; ; Mrs. Neville Hosts N. Highlands I Meeting .11
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East Coast flIERLYHlLtS Floral City Women The monthly meeting of;North the supper. All property owners
Hears KellyThe By Mrs. Vincent Havens FLORAL CITY-Members of Highlands Social Club will be in the North Hitfitends are wel-
Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Keel left the Floral City Woman's Club held at the FPL on Tuesday comed. __ ___
Tree ServiceS Senior Woman's Club held .. on their honeymoon trip last officers and,committees met at ening with a covered dish sup- The average person blinks
its last regular meeting last EVELYN week. They were surprised with the home of president Mrs. per at 6:30. A business meeting ibis eyelids between four and
By CULTICEMr.
c shower the last CIvic Flora Neveile in Village and entertainment will w
week with a large attendance. a wedding at Zan-Mar i\\U"po;- six times a minute.
SURGEON, The meeting was presided over and Mrs.Joseph Rebelow- Club meeting, after a pan-: : last week.
# by Mrs.WillardMarlowe,pres- ski celebrated their 42nd wedding cake supper they had hosted.; ? Coffee and rolls were served
Free Estimates ident. anniversary on April 20, They will be away about three prio r to the meeting. Budget
\ Advisory Service Mrs.J.A.Ramsey was in char- with an outing and dinner at months on a combined business discussion, building mainten-
.. ge of the program and introduced Silver Springs. and pleasure trip during whichhe ance, membership and year- COMPLETEFORMAL
Specialize in Cavity Work Richard Kelly faculty adviser Theron Jones nephew of Mr. will meet friends and relatives bo k were the issues of importance.
P.O.Box 1001 Inverness. for the Future Farmers of and Mrs. Harold Rinde showed of hers "back home in
American at the local high his color pictures of Singapore. Indiana". Committees represented:
school. He inturnpresentedtwomembers Australia and New Zealand last Mr. and Mrs.W.H.Sanders Sr. .f membership Thelma Male;devotional -
of the FFA chapter Thursday evening at the Nauti- and daughter, are home after a Marie Carlile; house I
Lonnie Nichols and Fred White- lus Trailer pajk. visit in Americus and Thomaston and grounds. Angie Flood; I
law. The boys spoke onthesub- Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Belke Georgia the past two weeks. maintenance Louise Irland; WEAR RENTALS
AUCTION TONIGHT at 7:30 ject "Agriculture USA vs. enjoyed their recent stay with The ladies of Baptist WMJS rental Stella Love and Ruth Rosier -
Communist Agriculture". Fed- friends at Palatka.Mr. and their husbands were enter- ; ways and means. Dorothy
La Belle GalleriesSILVER eral conservation of soil was and Mrs. Peter E, Zaun tained at the G.L,Barfleld home Williams Elea nor Bonifield;
SPRINGS also discussed by the pair. received a surprise visit from last Thursday night. '", hostesses Neici Irwin and Em- White Dinner Jackets, Tuxedo Slacks.
Social hostess Mrs. Ray Bax- Mr. and Mrs. George Curtin of Homosassa Civic Club busi- ma Jenrette.It .
OPEN FOR INSPECTION! 10 AM. I. 2 P.M. Monday thru Saturday ter and her committee Mrs.G. West Hempstead. Long Island. ness meeting will be held atthe was voted to allow the use Tuxedo Shirts and Ties. Cumberbundc..
ORIENTAL RUGS DIAMONDS A. Allen Mrs. J.F.Hair. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E.Raimondi returned Civic Center on Monday May 6. of the building free of charge to
ANTIQUE FUINITUII. WATCHES Lester Cook and Mrs. CoySan- to their home in Beverly at 7:30 p.m.Everyone welcome. the teen-age group for the fol-
SILVERWARE t> FIGURINES dim served refreshments.The Hills after spending two weeksin Wednesday night May 8, is : lowing year.
OIL PAINTINGS ft IRIC-A-MAC next club meeting will be Far Rockaway Beach Long business meeting night at Ho .. Mrs. Neville requested the cooperation $9.95For
OBJElb DM R.T. May 27 in the form of a covered mosassa Baptist Church. All of all members in introducing -
PIIIESIIEFIESHMENTSI! ENTERAINMENTI dish luncheon in the clubhouse. Island.FLORAL members are urged to attend. : newcomers in the Graduation GiftsFrank's
N. AdmtitUn Charge! Installation of new officers will CITYBY Mr. and Mrs. George Lowe community to the club and acquiring -
take place with Mrs. Virginia had a wonderful surprise Monday new members.
Counts as installing officer. Nancy Webb when their daughter Edna
Call 726-1944 Mae and family came In unex- Men Shop
pectedly from Maryland.Mr. Will Graduate
Local Men Catch FLORAL CI1Y--Mr.andMrs. From
SELF Large TurtleTwo J.W. Murphy Jr.,have been entertaining spent. the and Mrs.weekend Allen as McCain guestsof Florida UniversityThree Ocala Shopping Center
Mrs. Murphy's sister -
friends Ocala Florida
at Daytona Beach.
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ERVICE Inverness men,Paul Bal- Mrs. Katie Bush of Miami The Charlie Coles from Lake- two from Inverness young men and
Dunnellon
will
Wash asch and W.D. White caught a for the past two weeks. land have been be ,
can bechild's at their. home among 1,959 graduates who will
SAVES ay
of
250-pound turtle Sunday in the Mary Keating Miami spent
I ________ Homosassa area. the weekend at the home of her here.Mr.. and receive degrees Saturday in the
Mrs. Bill
Jacobsen first formal
The turtle when butchered parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill entertained friends from graduation cere-
play Clear- under
the
iH /L produced 75-pounds of meat and Keating in celebration of her water over the weekend with a mony trimester University ofFlorida's
Mr. White is making an orna- 21st birthday. system.
: fishing trip out into the
A vfosfi needn't gulf.
] big mean Receiving degrees from Inver-
mental wall plaque from the Mrs. C.A. Collins of Dade City Mr. and Mrs. Neil
has Tuckerandchildren ness will be Nelson Wayne Jordan MEDICINE IN EVERY
giant head and breastplate of begun? construction of hr from Starke
: a day of backbreaking entertained BSA
: ; James Jefferson Lewis -
new home in Park.
the turtle. Keating
friends at their home here. BSF and SHAPE AND FORMFor
; John Frederick
The 26th District of the Florida -
=J! work. Do your laundry in Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Saye and Roscow III.BA.Dunnellon grad-
: In a 15-month period federal Nurses Association will meet Mr. and Mrs. James Akins of
automatic today. May 2, at 8 p.m. in Athens uates are John Clifford Sease For every medicine there b one form In
speedy ma- would be Ga. have
our spending enough to been
M Brooksville at the new officeof the guests of BSBA: and Larry Woodard UIm, which it will best be able to combat a J AriIRlar -
Robert
buy up everything that Russia Dr. S.C. Harvard who will Stricklins. BSBA. illness. In our pharmacy laboratory there
banish
chines to drudgery.
Weekend
produces in one vear. speak to the registered nurses lins guests of the Strick- The ceremony replacing the e are over 4,000 different medielae . pills,
Open All Hours and conduct them through his were Mrs. Margaret Buhr- three graduation exercises of capsules tablets powders creams elixirs,
man and Mrs. Wm.
new offices. J.Martin of the semester system,will hon- emulsions and ointments.

Wash 250 ----- Dry 100 Tomato Plants Mrs.the Bill Keating chairmanof Wainright Tallahassee from and Kirkwood.Mrs. F.Mo.J! : or mately for this 200 trimester graduate approxi-students r As pharmacists we know the specific uses
cancer drive wishes to
and 1,113 undergraduates. a the prescribed dosages the most effective means
Big Boy thank the citizens of Floral City of storage to Insure potency, 0( every OM of
Plenty of parking spaceECONOWASH for their generous support to the Homosassa e these medicines.. New medicines are sleeked
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cancer fund. immediately so that there is BO delay.
.The Worlds most Uniform Any Floral City resident need Springs '
Prolific and Longest Lasting ing hospital equipment for can- HIGHLANDSFAITH YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a _
# cer patients may obtain help by By NONA M. RUNIONMr. medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping near
24 Hour Self Service Laundry LANDSCAPE Inverness.calling Mrs. George Scofield and Mrs. L.C. RunionandMrs. CHAPEL by. A great many people entrust us with their pre-
scriptions. May we compound yours?
Corner of Grace & Apopka Sts. Inverness, Fla. NURSERIESBoth pa Friday. Nancy and Wade brought were lnTam-Ricky V/ednesday/ at 7:30 p.m. r

Inverness Wade home from the hospital,, Prayer Singing Study .
Locations Ph. 726-1381 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gibson areS -SUNDAY SERVICES
Highlands North moving into their new home on
490.Guests : Church School..10:00' a.m. BENNETT'SDRUG

- - - by' corge C. Schultz at the Harmons last Worship.......... 11:00 a.m.
726-8758 week were Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Breggs of Lima Ohio and Evang. Service.730 p. m. C STOKE'

t Mrs. Katherine Strachan of Bill Cory. ,JAY & ELSIE PRENTISS
Framingham Mass has been a Bill Weldon brother of Mrs.
guest for the past week of Mr.:.... James Harmon suffered a heart Pastors m PHCNE 726-2731 INVERNESS _
and Mrs. George Schultz. Mrs t attack and lung hemorrhage' Phone726"8683Prayer a
Strachan and the Schultz'swere. Friday and was taken to the for Sick Any Time
former residents of New Rochelle Tampa hospital in serious con-
r Cordial, Welcome' to You!
N.Y. dition. Mrs. Harman is staying
Mr. and Mrs. John Braunstein by him. .
have their daughter Mrs.Millie
Goff and her friend Lydia Moanof
K Pontiac Mich here on a two
weeks visit.
Mrs. Jennie Zellers had had
A to go dancing in her son and his wife Mr. and .
Mrs. Woodrow Zellers of Daco-
ma, Washington here on visit." ;.; )_
Mr. Zellers is stationed at the

Homestead Mr.their and three Mrs.Air sons Base.John from Ramaekasand West The SHANGRI; LA Dining Room in the

Islip L.I., N.Y. will spend theif'
I vacation at Mrs. Ramaekas'fathers Orange Hotel Inverness is for total
open
home in the North High- ,

lands.Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of .
a a Holtsville L.I.. N.Y. visited meal service. :
' Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fleming. t
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6 T r r'h ri Dancerettes Picked Breakfast 7 to 9 a.m.

Majorettes and Dancerettes at . :, ,:, ; : Business Men's Luncheon 11 :30.-to".2'. ','.

ij. 4.ih Citrus High School were selected ::: : Dinner 5 to 7 p.m.
last week with winners announced .
by Paul Steuart.head of : : A-la-carte 7 to 9 p.m., Daily
the school music department.
Head majorette for the next. "
year will be Paula Sandlin,with ; '. i.
J enn1ce Hair alternate. Sharon '
Smith and Nell Stokes will be ; ', :.
the other majoretes.Pam Bax-
ley will
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; Sunday, May 5 Dinner Special 1 .
\. r;.. Head dancerette will be Carol .

." Johnston Pat McMeekin with Janice and Robin Dommert.Mun- Roast Turkey and Dressing

.' ) tean. Alternates will be Johna .
Lee Boles and Linda Walsh.,..
here's the Mr. Steuart said donations are '
'. still being accepted to help send
the band group to Miami forthe .
long and the "- n w state band event May 9-11 ... .. .. .; We feature Steaks and Sea Food
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( following letter from JohnH.Eden Jr., well-known Citrus
Business Hours.1. Days a Week. County resident and member of the Cattlemen's Association, is

Great Variety of Plaars & Services. Everything i Priced to Sell being printed at his request. Mr. Eden also forwarded copies
.of the letter to The Suncoast SeDt1nel..theBoard of County Com-
Crystal St. -: Crystal River missioners, and Sen. James E. Connor. --Editor) Tire City

The Hon. Allison R. Strickland i
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COUNTY LINE LIQUORS WON LOST Bonifield 1749 Dear Baldy: 915-1007 N. Magnolia Ave. Oceita
Bennetts Rexall Drug 36/2 19/2 Super Cat 1590 We are opposed to the five bills pending in the Legislature to
Open Sundays 1 PJ Carlson Realtor 35/2 20/2 HIGH IND SERIES levy additional taxes, by specific millage increase against Citrus
Cookie Cutters 33/2 22/2 Bob Simon 630H County taxpayers, to provide for county forest fire control, advertising We are franchised for the following tiaee.We service
t0 R&H Renes Bldrs. 32/2 23/2 Bonifield 602 library fund, public fallout shelters and a conventionhall. what we sell, and we are proud of what we sell.
I II Buzby Tax Service 31 25 HIGH IND GAME .
Springs Ceramic Stu. 30 26 Bob Simon 247 It is our feeling that additional public service which is worthyand GATES TIRES (AREA DISTRIBUTOR)
; -to Miss Milwaukee Deep Tom Alwin 223 necessary, if any, should be financed from existing sourcesof WHEEL HORSE TRACTORS
>'. :' Sea Fishing 29 27 1st NIGHTERS tax income as collected in general revenue funds and, particu- YAZOO POWER MOWERS
Connors Office Supply 26 30 Pure Oil 41/2 18/2 larly, such need should be subject to the direct and continuous GALE OUTBOARD MOTORS
Segars Real Estate 25 31 Metz Construction 37/2 22/2 voice and veto of the people in session with their Board of County MONO CHAIN SAWS

I : Chick Chitty 25 31 Carrolls Ready Mix 35 24 Commissioners.Also CLINTON MOTORSWe
.' COOLER J Jw Smith & Ogden 23 33 Home Furniture 34/2 24/2 it would appear that the Board of County Commissioners

I Dolphin Deep Sea Dolphin Deep Sea 34 26 might be evading its elected responsibility by approving or requesting give Liberal Trade-las a JCrect*> Approved
Fishing 9 47 Welch Cabinet Shop 31 29 such increased and fixed forms of local taxation throughthe Credit.OCAtA.
: HEADQUARTERS HIGH TEAM SERIES Sportsmens Sundries 30 30 Legislature, because frugal management of existing tax income
Miss Milwaukee 1962 Sumter Electric 30 30 and fiscal amenability is obligatory and presently vestedin

Beer and Liquor. Bar and Package Goods. Carlson Realtor 1957 Main Street Garage 27 33 the board's domain as the people's governing body.
With an Atmosphere that Pleases.C. y HIGH TEAM GAME I.G.A. Foodliner 23/2 36/2 Indeed, it is our right,our duty -- moreover, it is our preroga-
Springs Ceramic Studio 726 Inverness Const. 18 42 tive and superior privilege by heritage, under this system of
L Ports, ProprietorMarvin Miss Milwaukee 694 Carlson Realtor 17 43 government, to assume the responsibility of such matters at the
HIGH IND. SERIES HIGH TEAM SERIES local county level with perserverance and indulgent faith in the
Doc Davis Night Mixollgist: Stan Zalencki 566 Pure Oil 2797 issue and result such presupposition involves.It .
S Miles S on Hwy 41. Richard Kafuman 564 Metz Construction 2639 is economically and basically wrong to continually legislate BUSINESS DIRECTORYWilliams
Dorothy Gegan 518 HIGH TEAM GAME from Tallahassee tax increases of local nature by fixing specific
I Estelle Scott - 503 Pure Oil 980 millage obligation on the Citrus County taxpayers. Even if such
HIGH IND. GAME Metz Construction 965 millage assessment is mistakenly and momentarily approved by
The COURIER Orville Cumberland 239 HIGH IND. SERIES local referendum, the freeholders are thereby bonding them-
Model on- Stan Zalencki 213 Albert Jordan 626 selves under the weighted yoke of lost local control by forfeitureof
Irene Jones 200 Mac Lawrence611 their right to exercise direct ministration and restraining S. t S. Supply lie
de 7 4ta { P44 Jane Price 194 HIGH IND. GAME power over the Board of County Commissioners effecting the
Dorothy Gegan 194 Scott Simpson 256 S expenditure of their tax monies.
500 SCRATCH Mac Lawrence 229 Progress can not be measured by a degree of increased taxa- Radiator Service Yeur H....wetera isOMla
Crystal River Roof 77 39 TRI COUNTY tion and governmental spending; rather, it shall be gained by Per tk e LRleest
Dan Fero Ins. 70/2 45/2 FINAL the industrious efforts of a dedicated and creative citizenry -- Ltta#H""IIc1.
REPAIRING .
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Cravens Barber Shop 66 50 R&H Renes 44/2 23/2 productive in an environment conducive and appreciative of individual CLEANING hktadslE+
West Coast Title 62/2 53/2 Concrete Prod. 42 26 initiative and talent and. expressly protective of the private RECORING
Yandles Gulf 57 59 Builders Supply 41 27 ownership and personal retention of property and profit
Prices Are Extra Low
Super Cat 50 66 Ossenfort Builders 37 31 thereby acquired and returned.We SPECIALIZING IN Our
H Bonifield 45. 71 DInkel Court 36 32 should diligently preserve and protect the status of local FRONT END AND 9RAKE 207 West Lincoln Street

Eartles Plastering 36 80 Little John Tile 34/2 33/2 supreme authority as an irrevocably flexible and versatile medium SERVICE OCALA, FLORIDA
HIGH TEAM GAMEH Cooks Pharmacy 31 37 of government to serve by and for the explicit will of the 307 West 10thSt.OalaFlorlda; Phone MA 9-5609
S Bonfield 611VIGPLAN Sportsmen Bowl 31 37 people, existing as a community of individuals.In Phone: 622-7910
: Fero Insurance 30 38 summary, as wisely considered by Admiral Rickover, fatherof
_- Shutts Electric 13 55 the atomic submarine "If we but paused to reflect before '
SEE US FOR
HIGH TEAM SERIES acting, we should note that much which is hailed as progress
2-3 Bedroom Models from $6840 R&H Renes 2649 contributes little or nothing to human happiness. Everything Roofing : Skll Teals
Builders Supply 2637 is not eo ipso good and everything old inferior" Plv.blng
These gracious & charming homes. HIGH TEAM GAME With kindest: personal regards, I am jomplete Roofing'Service LwmWr
Little John Tile 903 Sincerely, ReRoofing and Repairing Dtve Pol'Ms
in beautiful, well planned commun- R&H Renes 897 John H. Eden, Jr.Uncle. Residential or Commercial -Berltl.y Pups
ties offer Sportsmens Bowl 897 Snoff.In' Turtle

SQUIBB HIGH IND.SERIES BuilMJpAtbestoa whalt Lawn M.w.rs
Relaxed Stan Zalencki596 Atlas Air Pftws Mtwffs
Living Nick Solyer 594 Lem Says... Gay Tile

Excellent Fishing Stan HIGH Zalencki IND. GAME 236 Mar ki H.atIMAND .

I I Nick Solyer 227 DEAR MISTER EDITOR: three-year period and picked up HARDWARE CO.MIIIIU .
S MGBANSgy188 Mac Lawrence 227 i The more 1, try to figger out $47,000 in interest. ROOFING'CO..OCALA lane MA 2-3181
Health &
I Happiness PIN BUSTERS the human race the more I think What they was'doing Mister Phone: MAdon 2-4072 17 No Magnolia Ocala, Fla.Octti .
Dampiers Mannequins 89 43 Noah .had too many monkeys Editor, was using tax money to 308 N. Orange'Street
Superb ValuesVisit MULn YITAMINS Bowles Lumber Co. 88 44 aboard when he took off in the gain $47,000 in tax money.I .
Ark. Take, fer instant,this fell have
writ to my Congressman -
Metz Home Builders 80 52 Commission
Florida Railroad
.. $ '
"63" homes in ,. .UI VtGRIIN r that told a Chicago Judge and ask him if he can't git LwibtrGoapaay
our new display Acme Hardware 79 53 Permit No. 31
Lake Tsala Gardens Bel-Air Point O'Woods Solyts8 I.G.A. Foodliner 78 54 last week thathe'dbeenmakinga me a little advance money on my
New homes for sale and immediate occupancy. } uln v 1AM Ms Johnstons Fill Dirt 69/2 62/2 good living fer 15 year stealinghub Soil Bank deal to invest in Guv LOCAL AND LONG lAC.
:. Winns Pharmacy'' 65/2 66/2 caps and selling'em fer 50cent ernment bonds to take care of DISTANCE MOVING

-* ., Floral City,Cash Gro: 53 .79 each. I'm.shore.one; ..of,Jiis my 1963 taxes Natural I ain't Since 1928 You Build Better with Kilt
ancestors come from a excess hear from him till
.rVAL Sweats 51 81 expecting to Dried Lumber -
r quota of monkeys on the Ark. the next election. Coliier'sTtmiiiialWarikoHSt
Coffee Kettle 50 82" A complete line of
Then I was reading this piece Two very disturbing items was
( Weeds Honey Dippers 49 83 BUILDING MATERIALS
where the designers of the new week in addi-
Dunkel Court 40 92 in the papers last
\r Less than 30 a dCook's HIGH TEAM SERIES 1964 model cars that's comingout tion to them I have mentioned BIRD ROOFING
this Fall is lot of &LAMBERT
planning a above.
Winns 2243
Pharmacy I Van Co.
Pharmacy Metz Home Builders 2193 fancy gadgets. On one station A teacher in one of these home- GYPSOM
HIGH TEAM GAME wagon fer the "executive type"it making or somepun or other Cor. Osceola and Taylor St.
Metz Home Builders 793 says they'll have a pulloutbar. classes in a New York high OCALA FLORIDA 1214 N. Mag04ia
Home Builders and Community DevelopersU.S. Inverness Winns Pharmacy 777 If they keep on messing school brung a washboard to Office Phone MA 2-8377 oath, Fla.Ymf .
41 (1 mile S of courthouse) Inverness 726-2401 HIGH IND SERIES around they invent the running class and ask the students to tell
LaVerne Kennedy 533 board again. And they say one or what itwas.They wasn't a single
two of the 1964 cars will have one in the class that had ever
Juanita Lawrence 512
HIGH IND GAME 450 horse power.Now I'm shore saw one. I reckon you could say Clint Lowder Mobile c Phasing
LaVerne Kennedy 195 the feller that puts that much that when this generation can't
.I\t\ $ i Dorothy Edwards 185 dynamite in a car had a ancester tell what a washboard is, the Homes Sales Inc. Ie _liMe Q

do you have a The Pin Busters League bowleda monkey on the Ark family.that belonged to the link gone between complete then and ferever.and now is

split season with Dampiers Well, I see by the where FRANCHISED Hoc Point Dealer
papers And a manufacturer of wim- For new or used Mobile Homes
tall grass complex.. . Mannequins winning the first another loophole has been discovered men's clothes in Milwaukeesays We'll meet or beat anyones Septic tanks cleaned. Drain
half and Bowles Lumber Com- fer milking Uncle Sam.It fields installed. tank advice
fs the number of wimmen terms or prices Try Clint Septic
pany taking the second half.The ,says here that the Navy Bur- wearing pants has increased 400 Lowder before you buy. 1984 and supplies. 120 E. Ft
VA . try a two teams held thei r roll off eau of Ships planned to have a per cent since 1954. He claims N. Pine Ocala. Ph. 629-3200 KiM ave. Ocala: Ph. Ma. 2-
last Thursday night after regular New York outfit make'em some dresses will be out of style by 4162. Collect calls accepted.
bowling. It was a hard fought radar equipment. They made a 1980. I'm glad, Mister Editor
contest between the two teams advance payment that was $2.6 I won't be around when it hap-
but Bowles Lumber managed to million more'n what that radar pens.
come through and take total pins equipment was
going to cost. Yours truly
If that lawn of yours by a small margin of four pins, The company hung onto this excess UNCLE LEM Locil Us) LM| DfetMCt Met....
5, teems to grow faster than you can mow. thus taking the team champion- money fer three years
5 ..5
, ...better take a long look at the new ship of the 1962-63 season. afore they paid it back to the Ihe OkL1m

".:;. MANCO mower....becausethere's Guvernment. And while they was Hill's VM Strvkt'
a MANCO Ideally suited to: i hanging onto it, they invested it
'your individual requirements.The Read The! Chronicle Guvernment. bonds fer the

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I 15 .More Pass C.River Power Squadron ExamsCRYSTAL I Deeds Recorded . I /I. 1/t. 1{ t t & _e.. .,

RIVER-All 15 persons Embury and Stewart Emmert. to take it sometime this week. April 17 through April 24, .'63 Block A. Unit 1, Indian Waters. both incl., Block 23, Unit 8, Inverness -
taking the US Power Squad- Others who passed and will be The addition of nine new members Herman Kwauka to Calvin & Frederick Tetzlaff to W.W. Highlands. ---------be.-------

ron Piloting examination In issued a certificate of completion to the Crystal River Division Eleanor D. Corbitt; Lands in Whitehead Jr., Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc Business Established 1863Meer 97 Yeses Of
Crystal River last Wednesday are Harrison Travis. Mrs. of the Tarpon Springs Po- Sect. 1-20-18. 9 & 10,Block 26,Crystal Acres. #2 to Lawrence & Lillian Rem- Experience. Mefcber New York Stock Excsae and
night passed and nine became Ailene Bowen, Miss Kathy wer Squadron raises the total Harry Jones to Bertha Jones; Raleigh & Mildred Milton to ley. Lots 99 to 102 both incl.. other Leading CfetneeiiC and Canadian Ex dIa--..
Power Squadron members, ac- Bradley Mrs. Evangeline membership in this area to over Lots 22 & 23, Sect. F of Rain- the Town of Crystal River Land Block 157, Unit 9, Inverness ONE WALL STRIET. NEW YORK S
cordirig td Wayne Blanchard. Bradley. Dr. James George and 30. This is more than half of bow Estates, Unit 1. in Boellerts Addition to the town Highlands.
New members are John Elmer Alvis Chinn. the total Tarpon Springs mem- River-Lakes Manor Inc. to .of Crystal River. Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc Stocks leis
Joe Murk Dr. J.B. Oliphant Four other students who were bership. Elwood H. & Carrie LatshaW; Charles'Martin to Laura Bell #2 to Tommy Sinnott; Lots 66 Mutual Funds
Grady Black, John Winn Clyde unable to ake the examination Said Blanchard: 'No new clas- Lots I, 2 & 3. Block 32, Unit 1, Prosise & Clara Martin Craw- to 69 both inc.. Block 159,Unit OCALA BRANCH
O'Leary, Gordon Bowen,. Fred Wednesday night were expected ses are contemplated this sum- River Lakes Manor. ford, Lots 79 & 80, Crystal River 9. Inverness Highlands. Phone 622-7294 collect
mer as local members will be Jack K. &. Betty A. Cunningham Addition to the town of Cry- G.W. & Georgia BrittletoCitrus 401 E. Silver Springs Blvd.
busy forming our own Crystal to John J. & Gladys D. stal River. Lots 145, 146,171& County; Land in Sect. 26-
River Squadron.However plans McAndrews; Lot 4 in Palm 172 of Bayview Homes Com 2017.S. .
call for cruises and outings for Springs Subdivision.M.J. panys 1st Addition to the town of Maurice & Edith A. Whit-
members and their friends.". & Marjorie Ellsworth to Crystal River. craft & George C. & Irene Dyerto
v; Leonard C. & Marie Clayton; Garland B. Potterfield to ImaN. Robert.&Evangeline Brad-
i Baptist Women Attend Lots 1 & 2, Block 4, Ellsworth Roe: Lot 7, Block G,Potter- ley; Lot 48. Block A, Unit 1,Indian -
: ::J.J field Garden Acres.
Point. Mayfair Waters. JohnD.
Convention of WMU
Sadie D. Edenfield to Jeanette Garland B. Potterfield to David Norvel & Oscar C. Maples to
CRYSTAL RIVER--Mesdames Eden Whitcraft & Edward C.R. D. & Betty P. Keesee: Tract Ha pies Development Corp.;
C.D. Woodward, M.D.Fountain Whitcraft; Lands in Sect. 18- 8, Block E, Potterfield Garden Land In Sect. 20-17-17.
Norman Langford and H. F. 1920. Acres. James Earl Zellner to Samuel '
I Ir. Woods, of the First Baptist Carl R. & Elsa C. Breining to Foster S. & Kathleen H. Gos- Morris & Betty JuneSwope;Lot
Church here attended the an- H. H. & Annie Lee Carroll; Lot sard to Franklin H. Downward; 6 of Shangri-La Subdivision.St. .
nual state convention of the I, 4 8i 5. Block 14, except the Lot 9, River Gardens. Martins Estuary Retreats.
Woman's Missionary Union held East 75' thereof, of Floral City Adelaide Young to Morris O. Inc. to Hugh & Lyda Walker;
in panama City last week. Investment Company's Additionto & Helen Young Douglas; Pro- Lots 30 & 32, Block A, Unit 2, LawLP.
r Paradise An outstanding session of the The Town of Floral City. perty in the R.G. Hobbs Sub. St. Martins Estuary Retreats.
confab was a panel of foreign Cora L. Ogden to F.S. Perry; Ollie & Frank Loop to JohnC. Joe A. & Betty M. Lewis to
missionaries, co-ordinated by Lot 46, Lake Shore Manor. & Margaret Mayo; Land in Sect. Norris Grain Co.; Land in Sect.
r Estates Inc. Mrs. John Maguire of Jacksonville W.E. & Virginia R.Jennings to 33-18-20. 27-19-17. \ Gas & DM!
whose husband was recent Otto K. & Espie W. Grolla; Lot James B. (jr.) &Beverly Rev- River Gulf Company, Inc. to Appliance *
visitor at the local Baptist 2, Block F. Unit 2, Chassahowitzka els to Frank Williamson;Lot Norris Cattle Co.: Property in
FULL ACRE church. River Estates. 4, Block A, Unit 1, Rutland Es Homosassa.Joe i Serving Inverness f
We don't mind in Garland B. Potterfield to Rob tates. A. & Betty M. Lewis to
suffering ert L. or Joanne M.ColsonLot Citrus County Land Bureau, Norris Cattle Co.; Property in
(Less 25 ft. Road Rights) silence if everybody knows 11, Block B, Potterfield Gulf Inc. to Lois Brown; Lots 161 to Homosassa.H.E. Crystal River and Homsassa Area

we are. Stream Acres. 164 both incl.. Block 119, Unit (Jr.) &Ruth Warren to M.
Mikliff Corp. to Sgt. R. Lome 3, Inverness Highlands. Frank & Irene T. Mann; Lot 12,
lI7fl I Per Cent Down Fletcher; Lots 176 & 177, Sun- Citrus County Land Bureau Inc Block 8.Unit 1,Woodland Estate
kist Estates. to Oscar L. & Anna R. Hench; F.M. & Marceil Lee to JohnT. CALLUS
.yILI II giveMom Boyd C. Lawson Fred Luff- Lots 86 to 89 both incl., Block Dunnigan; Lots 611 & 612 of the
A Month man, Riley W. Head & A.T. 75, Unit Inverness Highlands. Town of Dunnellon.
Dollars Mitchell as trustees of the Citrus County Land Bureau.Inc
Church of Jesus Christ .to Riley to.William & Frances H.Maier;
W. & Edna Head; Lot 7, Lots 1 to 8 both incl.,Block 103. "Remember when you BrooksvillePlane 796-2341
Block 67, Town of Homosassa.The Unit 3, Inverness Highlands. point an accusing finger at .
,Money Back Guarantee Anytime the Church of Jesus Christ Citrus County Land Bureau Inc someone else, you've got
Trustees of the Faith Tabernacle to William E.(Jr.)&Joan Born- three fingers pointing at
r of Homosassa; Lot 7, Block heimer: Lots 43 to 50 both inc., yourself.-Edward J. Franta -
High I and Dry 1 Mile East ofCrystal bestCool 53, in the town of Homosassa. Block 92, Unit 3,Inv.Highlands. Langdon (N.D.) Cavalier
F.S. & Roxie Johnson to Geo. Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc ADVERTISE IN THE CHRONICLE
On 19 W. & Tomie E. Scofield; Lot 2, td David & Rose Steinberg;Lots County Republican.
River Airport Highway and carefree Block A, Lincoln Park, Sub. 73 to 80 both inc., Block 92,
William John & Ella Ire<.. Unit 3, Inverness Highlands.
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATIONCLIP feminine and flattering Gunning to Winnie Kilgore,Hen- Citrus County Land Bureau Inc
ry E. Kilgore& Katie Kilgore; to Gladys O'Connor, Lot 9, A Handy Guide To
Lots 76 & 77, Unit 2, River Block 133,Unit 4,Inv.Highlands:
AND MAIL TO: Gardens. Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc
Ceorge C. & Irene Dyer andS. to Glenn E. Pickens; Lots 17 to
JAMES POMPEO Rt. 46, PineBrook New Jersey Phone for Appointment Maurice & Edith A.Whitcraft 20 both incl.. Block 92, Unit 3,
-- ---------------- ----------- ------------ ----------- to Colitz Mining Co., Inc.;Lots Inverness Highlands. SAVINGS :
726-2601 15 thru 38 incl.,Block A,&Lots Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc

Name............................................................................ 1 & 2, Block B of Indian Waters to Stanley L. & Ellie Taylor
Unit 1.Bellamy. West; Lots 125 to 128 both incl.,

Address....................................................................... Cattle Co. to Richard Block 92, Unit 3,Inv.Highlands.
Please send more Information about Crystal Paradise Estates Mildred's & Florence L. Kaufman; Lots Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc SERVICE INSTITUTIONS aid IUSINESSES
BeautySalon 22, 24, 29, 30 & 31, Block D. to George E. & Hilda Welch;
---- N rr ----- ------------------------ ---- WiHola Heights, Unit 2. Lots 1 to 8 both inc., Block 38,
OR PHONE: Jack McGowan, 795-3147, Crystal River Fla. S. Maurice & Edith Whitcraft Unit 2, Inverness Highlands. Of CITRUS COUNTY
& George C. & Irene Dyer to Citrus County Land Bureau Inc ;_
Mrs. Nettie M. Smith; Lot"39. to John A. Terra-Nova:Lots 17
to 20 both incl., Block 118 Unit : CARRIER Central Heating and Cooling
3, Inverness Highlands. Taylor made duct work from our own sheet metal shop PORTER
Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc
TOTAL PERFORMANCE: to Edward & Josephine Verzyl; JOHN D. LAW FUNERAL HOME
Lots 60 to 67 both incl., Block
64, Unit 2,Inverness Highlands. LP Gas & Appliance Dealer
Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc Brooksville Ph. 795-2341
to Jerry V. Cochran; Lots 71 to AMBULANCEBENNETT'S
74 both incl., Block 20, Unit 1,
Inverness Highlands. DRUGS AL OWEN SERVICE

Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc
to Anthony Cammarata; Lots 79 Rexall Drug
to 82 both inc.. Block 100 Unit Painting Contractor FHOWE
1ra 3, Inverness Highlands. PHONE 728-2781 Estimates and Quality

Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc CITRUS COUNTY'SLEADING Work' 726-2271 er
to Jake Harold &
0. Mary Lynne
DRUG STORE 726-1841
Misdom; Lots 49 to 52 both incl., TURNER CAMP ROAD
Block 117, Unit 3, Inverness Prescriptions Accurately Inverness
Highlands.
Filled by Mate 8
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Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc RFD 1, Box 193
_ to Bernard J. & Natalie Mark- Competent Druggists
owitz; Lots 68 to 71 both Incl., INVERNESS, FLORIDA i Phone 726-2696 JNVlHH 8, FLORIDA
Block 64. Unit 2,Inv.Highlands.
Citrus County Land Bureau Inc
to Joseph Vecchio; Lot 15, Unit .
For the Best in Real
Estate.
7, Inverness Highlands.
Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc SEE OR CALL CW. HAIL" t SONSERYtCE

.- to Joseph Vecchio; Lot 16, Unit

et 7, Inverness Highlands. TV

t to Citrus Clarence County&Land Helen Bureau Haight,Inc; _ _' c >: N. B. |BOB) TROTTER 0

Plot #16, Block A, Highlands .THIS SPACE AVAILABE_ Avt.lMMTMt
107
AjMfka .
Trailer Park.
Re*. Real Estate Broker
Citrus County Land Bureau Inc
to Mary Ellen Shaw; Lots 11, Postofflce Box 87
12 & 13, Block 237 Inverness Homosassa Springs, FterUa.
Highlands South. Fit
= Citrus County Land Bureau Inc .'," PHONES. 795-2882
#1, to Ralph & Mary Etzo; Lots .f. .
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49 to 53 both incl., Block 26, :;; .. .
Unit 8. Inverness Highlands. . .. WEST COAST TITLECOMPANY
f-r Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc
#1 to Arthur C. Maguire: Lots '
8196HI .r 63 to 66 both Incl..Block5.Unit : _
8. Inverness Highlands. Lam Title IMunnce

- I Citrus County Land B ureau,Inc .
I ___ Per Iesnna4Ien e.nerntni;
___ #1 to Alma Bentz; Lots 22 to 29
Tie' )I krwu .sc .r
D o THIS SPACE
AVAILABLE .
n Custom: Cabinet laM
Call 726-3421
f Kitchen BemodeHaf
FORD CALAXIE MO/XL SPORTS HARDTOP John W. Mill Work WMTE P. 0, BOX M8Fheae

IF YOU KNEW 724-1241
TurnerMemorials
WELCH CABINET CO
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WHAT HE KNOWS..YOU'D BE DRIVING THE 1963 TOTAL_ PERFORMANCE FORD

PACKER 0 W. C. HILL
The Whatever special demands and needs, the total JIck Wills
Ford is traditionally the nation's Number One police car. your per-
reason: Total Performance! formance Ford is the car most likely to satisfy you all the way MOTOR COMPANY

When it comes to cars the police don't take chances. Put down the line.You can prove this for yourself. Hardware and Marine Electrical Contractor w..I WMt

yourself in a State Trooper's shoes. Every day you must patrol First, look at Ford's astounding record in open competitionthis Supplies Major Appliance Repairs, SEA WALL

hundreds of miles in your cruiser. Mileage and time grind intoa year in the grueling Daytona, Riverside and Atlanta 500's, Briers & Stratton Electrical >
Repairs
man and his machine, but when the bell rings you'vegot\+ to and in the demanding Pure Oil Performance Trials. Only a car Air-Co led Ioton. MASON WORK

be ready. Chase. Turn. Corner Quick stop. You've got to be with total! performance could roll up so many impressive wins. COLBERT Wisconsin: Motors Small Pomp Motor Service

able to do it all if you're going to do your job. Second, before you buy any new car, test-drive the solid Fishing Tackle Hwy. 41 Nth InrerseMPbose .4...it1thM'121

Listen to a trooper list the reasons why he prefers a Ford silent Super Torque Ford. If you haven't driven one lately,you Phone 795-2858.2746

and you realize how difficult it is for any car to measure up can't really know what a new Ford is like. Make this important CRYSTAL RIVER 726-246

to his standards. The car must be strong. . it has to stand up discovery if irs built by Ford, it's built for performance .

to big mileage. I U must be silent. . when you practically live total- performance.
in a car a rattle can sound like a kettle drum. It must be swift solid, silent SUPER TORQUE Well Drilling LocalaadLoBgDtS FLORAL CITY(

. powerful enough to catch any car on the road. It must be Mov lag. ...
FOR CO TOUTS THE SYMBOL OF Wells From 2 to Inches PerPreeES1imate8aM RstrV Wt V\0.
.. dependable the face of the
sure. even in unexpected. Strong. DEPENDABLE PRODUCTS Meyers Pumps Dependable service call
Silent. Swift. Sure. A four-word outline of total performance.The Sales A t llj
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police demand it. That is why they choose the total ,l Call
MOTOR COMPANY \_ Ours is A Service Devoted
Hme Fwiittffi Ci
performance Ford. Why should you settle for anything less? .to Memory 795-2299 : If JIll,.

.., -_ Call Dunnellon ,
In Blbezton Georgia Blue V.- 0 Hunter 9-2430 ; tavamssPteoe flLg ..1.....
Chick Chitty Ford 'Inc. Granite

F. B. McCRAY 726-346 ..... W V lPkMtTV2390
504 E. Jefferson Meve by Aero 1.1.yfl.*.r.

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