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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Uniform Title: Citrus County Chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Inverness Fla
Publication Date: May 9, 1963
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
weekly[ former <1939-1968>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028315
Volume ID: VID01588
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73rd YEAR NUMBER 19 / INVERNESS. FLORIDA MAY 9. 1963 3 S -



Delinquent Tax Cattlemen Not Sure Missing I



Sale Is June 3 Livestock Work Of Rustlersing I


The first of four consecutive A special meeting of the Citrus all losses might put an end at Monday night's meeting, it is
legal publications of Citrus County Cattlemen's Associationwas to any rustling.He recommended assumed that one or more of
County delinquent taxes is being represented by about 15 per that a form be prepared by these cattle rustlers are known,
printed in this week's editionof ) K cent of the cattlemen Monday the association and passed also their "fences" and meansof
the county paper by E. Van # night when the association arouad to all cattlemen. Any disposal of the beef. The
Anderson, county tax collector. sought more complete data on time a calf or cow disappears, problem, however, is catching
Delinquent tax certificateswill the amount of cattle being rust- and especially if rustling is the culprits. One older cattle-
be sold at the west door of j; led in the area.'We've suspected, this report would be man summed it up by saying that
the courthouse beginning Mon- - j talked about this thing mailed immediately to the sher- modern methods of catching
day noon, June 3.The delinquenttax 1s long enough, now let's find out iff's department. Tin d a I e explained cattle thieves are not nearly as
list will be found on six just how much of its going on." that a pattern might be effective as a shotgun. 'I've just
,"I pages of this issue of The declared Mike VanNess,presi- established in these thefts and about got the problem licked in
Chronicle. dent of the association. an accurate total of losses could my pastUres" he said.
I The amount listed after each Sheriff B.R. Quinn could not be kept. His suggestion was received Outside representation for the
'. parcel includes the taxes due, give an exact number of reports by the association and county meeting included D. T.
,. a 3% penalty, 5% commission, of stolen cattle, but indicated approved. Bateman from Marion County
15 cents for the certificate,and there hadn't been very many reported Getting back to the "sleepy"gun W.W. Stanton of Pasco,and L.C.
the cost of advertising. to him within the last this drug weapon is not uncommon LeLouilier of Hernando county.
Before they can advertise fora :> r year. Van Ness said there had in the county since k is Conditions in their counties
tax deed, certificate buyers been numerous instances of used by some of the bigger were said to be about the sameas
must hold them at least two theft which were not reported to ranchers. This drug is not a those facing Citrus County
years, Anderson emphasized.To M k the sheriff's office. narcotic, but will ordinarily ranchers.
regain clear title to his property Mrs. Ruby Montague reported knock an animal out for 15 to The entire area has reporteda
an owner must pay the that one of her cows had been 20 minutes almost immediately lull in the rustling, but they
certificate buyer all costs plus shot and killed by someone in a following injection. An overdose expect an increase with the
interest.If r ,. moving, car last Sunday near a may be fatal.In young calves beginning to put on
taxes are paid before 'the I pasture gate. No one attemptedto view of some remarks made weight and become feeder size.
sale, only the penalty and advertising stop and take the animal,
cost will be required.Mr. however.
Anderson gives a thorough The cattlemen sought to get At City Council MeetingVegetable

procedure of the delinquent tax S an idea of just how many calves
program in another article and cows have been lost one way
elsewhere in today's Chronicle. or another by local cattlemen, Stands

and whether or not there was any
sign of rustling. Method of
Nichols Named t 1 stealing cattle and disposing of Bring ComplaintsA
the carcuses was also discus-

School Principal sed.A number of cattlemen pre- number of business matters from Miami safe keeping vouch-
sent indicated they have lost were taken up Tuesday night by ers in the amount of $185,000to
DUNNELLON Approval was u e cattle during the past year, but the city council in that body's the Bank of Inverness for
given Tuesday to the appointment ., few of them knew just how these first meeting since April 16. sale.A.
\ City Attorney Charles Fitz- letter from Michaels Engineering -
fj of Perry Nichols as principal animals disappeared. There
J of Dunnellon High School. \ l were some evidences of rustl- patrick's presence was observed Co. requested that
l' .1 Nichols, who is assistant prin- ; ... \ ; : : ,.,. ing, however. this being his first appear- council set a date for bids on
: cipal at Ocala High School, will >. ." t iv Y' T Much discussion centered ance since he suffered a heart pipe and fittings for water extension -
replace Bill Bomar in the top ( around the use of the "sleepy attack back in March. Councilman to the Lincoln Park area
school position next fall. .- : :; .... . gun", a tranquilizer weapon W.K. Jenkins was absent, east of town. The date for opening -
I.. Bomar is former head coach at used by many volume livestock having gone to Chicago on another these bids, at the city hall,
Dunnellon High and has servedas WHEN THE ATTACK SIGNAL SOUNDED, those participating in Policeman Jay Bozeman, Mrs. Land's son-in-law (just barely raisers. There was nothing to matter this week. will be 7:30 p.m. May 21. City
principal of the institution for the fallout shelter exercise trekked into the community building shown back of her)was safety officer and locked the doors at 4:15. suggest that this method was First to come before councilwas Clerk Rema Dean and Hair were
the past two years. He recently (upper left). The younsters especially looked forward to the over- No one was admitted afterwards. Moments after all persons beging used for rustling purposes a citizen's suggestion for given authority to sign and forward -
tendered his resignation and night vigil. Once inside (upper right),mothers and their children were secured and the exercise was well under way, there was no in this area. Most cattle- better lighting facilities along all necessary papers to
was accepted as head coach,beginning settled down for the 22-hour training test.Some of them had eaten activity outside the designated shelter building. Inside were men felt that "fire hunting", some of the sidewalks in town, the State Road Dept. and State
next school year, at Citrus well before beginning their "fast" on crackers and water. At nearly 30 persons, ready and willing to try shelter living around cutting fences, and using vehi- more particularly along a sect- Board of Health concerningwater
High. He will succeed John lower left, Civil Defense director Bell Land gets in some last the clock. Some of them had received some training, others had cles with facilities for on-the- ion of Main Street. It was explained extension projects. The
Hull, who has been at the local minute words with Harley Levin, shelter manger for the test. none. Nobody knew for sure what should be expected. spot slaughtering and disposal that light is being block- council set next Tuesday nightas
school for the past couple of --photos by Tannehill have been prevailing method ed off by dense trees. a time to meet with the county -
years. used.It Mrs. Ann Aiken asked if she scho 1 board and R.K. Mich-
The newly appointed Dunnellon was noted that suckling calves could be permitted to "peddle" aels to discuss and plan for extension -
.principal has served in his pre Shelter Exercise Proves SuccessfulBy are the favorite game of fresh vegetables in the city of facilities to Booker
\ sent position for four years.He thieves However one .cattleman : parkvaUogia that aster T. WfcajM" f....... Following _
'huckster is this. lids inimtag. tfce eetartil
was an English teacher for two reported losing steers doing J.P.
years at Ocala High prlortota- BOB TANNEHILLA held in the near future. There Trooper L.A. Burhham only such a motley group is confinedin weighing as much as a thousand Hair, council president,told her will hold a special session to
king over the job of assistant 22-hourfallout shelter train- should be plenty of volunteers.The simulated a heart attack. His so small an area for 22 pounds each in a number of some this wasn't permissable, that plan the water and sewage pro-
t ,principal. ing exercise conducted in the shelter group entered the "body" was removed from the hours--the exercise as a whole 20 head taken from one ranchin the vegetable truck referred to gram for the city.
community building at Crystal two-room enclosure at 4 o'clock fallout shelter so that he couldgo was defined as of a very serious three trips by rustlers. But is in a corner space at the park- Councilman spiech will pro-

I ti .:.: tkjCTr f.-::". '..:.. .... ,.. ... River last Friday and Saturday Friday afternoon, following the on duty early Saturday morn nature. this was not in Citrus County. ing lot. Upon hearing her other vice necessary information to
" apparently was highly success- "attack alarm' At 4:15 doors ing. He returned to the shelter Participants contacted by this Wildlife officer Doyle Tindale complaints Hair said he also Mrs. Dean in order for her
tit ful, considering its limitations.This were closed and the test was before the exercise was over newspaper expressed convict- told the association that accur- had been receiving complaints to reply to a letter from the
? newsman talked with several under way. however. ions that their experience will ate records keeping and report- about four or five vegetable Housing and Home Finance Ag-
of the participants over There were varying reportsas Constant contact was main- be a lasting one, that much was stands on city property or those. ency pertaining to insurance
the weekend and all expressedtheir to just how many persons tained with the exercise group learned, and that should a gen- Hernando PTA Sets blocking corner views and traf- coverage for water and sewer
satisfaction with the way actually participated, but It was via a walkie-talkie in the Civil uine emergency arise they fic. He asked the safety com- facilities and operations.
the test was carried out and at indeed a motley group. There Defense director's room adjac- would be better prepared to Special Program mittee to check into municipal Attorney Fitzpatrick was requested -
least one person said she would were municipal and county officials ent to the shelter. Robert Gil- meet it. HERNANDO their instal- regulations governing such to determine from the
like to take part in another such law enforcement offic- strap, county commissioner, As one man put it, "We rea- lation meeting next Tuesday stands. Mrs. Aiken said she was Municipal Code Corporation of
experiment. ers, a barber, minister,under- was designated communications lized this wasn't the 'real thing', night at 8 o'clock, members of on her own property (corner of Tallahassee how much progresshas
Some twenty persons,including taker, etc.. Such a mixed groupis officer and was also outside the that the situation would prob- the Hernando Parent-Teachers Pine and Dampier), and Hair been msdhr on revision of
children from infant to teen- recommended for public f all- two-room test area. County ably be much different if we Association will have a numberof assured her she had the same the city charter and how farthe
agers, and men and women in out shelters. road chief Bennie Barnes was* were subjected to a real nuclear special guests. Mrs.Dorothy privilege as anyone else, but charter has gone in the legis
almost all walks of life, vol- Funeral home director Ralph umpire for the 22-hour test. attack, but every little thingwe Maloney will be present'with a that she could not erect a standon lature. The bill has been givento
unteered to conduct the Civil Strickland was subjected to the Shelter manager was Harley can learn is valuable." He number of her young pupils from city property. Rep. A.R. Strickland for In-
Defense experiment. Mrs. Bell outside's "nuclear fallout" Levins, county commission vice added that although conditionswere Dorothy's School of Dance, Hair noted that the City has troduction. Fitzpatrick is alsoto
J 0m Land, county Civil Defense director when he was called on a real chairman. only make-believe, the Ocala. Also in attendance will "quite a sum" of money in the get a revised copy of the
termed the operation emergency to administer 'oxy- Although there were a number training would come in bandy be Miss Rita Rumford recent bond retirement fund,that thereis charter and the council seeking -

... ... .. .. .... ....... . ' very successful and stated that gen to Floyd Shinholster, who of humorous incidents to occur- should the real thing come winner of the "Miss Central a surplus of $27,692 in the to meet with representatives -
, '. ." '.'" ... ." .. ''.. other similar exercises maybe later died of a heart attack. which is to be expected when about. Florida Junior College" com- sinking fund. He asked for a motion of the MCC, along with
One youngster described the petition. to place all excess funds Rep. Strickland and Sen. James
Crab Claws On MenuAt overnight stay in the 252-foot The new PTA officers to be into a "time deposit" at the Connor. The city attorney commented -
Chamber Leaders Ask Board square shelter as "fun" and installed are Mrs. PaulGignac, Bank of Inverness, drawing 3 that if the b1111C1 into
Park Feed interest.Councilman"Dutch" committee it might not
get
I' Sunday another as "exciting",but their president: Mrs.Major Bellamy, pet.
parents reminded them that the vice pres.; and Mrs. Henry Pospiech made the approved through the legislature ses-
HOMOSASSA--A special menu of the exercise was ofa Cribb motion to place $21,000 ta sion.
purpose secretarytreasurer.Mrs. .
To Halt Action On Local Billsand of crab claws or fish with all very serious nature. Perhaps SX. Lloyd of Invernesswill the time deposit. Another ap- Several reports were heardContleusd
the trimmings is on agenda for 4-A be installing officer. proved motion was transfer on Page 2-A
Continued on Page
By NANCY WEBB a fire control measure. people have been misinformed. any and all who can attend the
Paul Lyons, past president of Aubrey Allen, Barney Reeves "The budget is open to the public dinner Sunday at the Yulee Sugar .
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the west side chamber of com- and E.E. Shatz accompaniedLyons at all times for them to see Mill Park here. The feed will .tons of coal were dumped on the ground when these two gondola
and all begin 1 o'clock. cars became uncoupled and then buckled on ACL tracks north of
merce and a spokesman Tuesday to the meeting for themselves just what moneyis at
for the Suncoast Chamberof expressed their feeling that the spent, and how it's spent... The dinner is being sponsoredby .Inverness... --phato'by'rannehill
Commerce, appeared before bills would be defeated in a referendum and where it comes from. It all the Homosassa School's_ : ::. : .. I s4:

county commissioners and requested vote because of addi- comes from taxes.' eighth grade in order to help ,, {... .,>.j ,; 1 .f.' .: ,. ._. '_t'e._.'..'. s
the board to have five tional taxes amounting to three The General Fund for county these youngsters meet expensesfor 4 ,. 'fJl'f'a: <' u.----- r r ."< ?'
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local bills pulled from legislative mills. Norvell Bryant of Her- expenditures is not accessablefor their forthcoming trip. =tff;' : .J

action at Tallahassee.One nando injected his opinion that more than 8 mills, the Road y.
of the proposals concerns these bills were destined for defeat and Bridge Fund for more than Merchant's GroupTo
advertising fo r Citrus Countyby ; as a package deal,as would 10, and the Fine and Forfeiture Meet MondayThe .- '
chambers of commerce witha anything that called for more Fund is for notmore than 3
levy of one-ball mill. The taxes. mills on the dollar, accordingto Inverness Retail Mer
other four bills pertain to support Commissioners explained that Florida statutes.The county- chants' Association will meet
I for public libraries in the the new bill for county adver wide total millage is 32.47. Monday evening May 13, for
county, the construction of a tising is being sought becausethe There is an additional 3 mills election of officers and other
county auditorium, aid for pub- board feels it is violatingthe for the Homosassa Special Wa- business matters. The meeting i
lic fallout shelter programs.JuniorSenior current bill by giving moneyto ter Management Board 48 mills called for 7:30p.m.,will be held -
the chambers instead of bav for the Withlacoochee River Basin in the Inverness Chamber of :
PromAt in g the bills presented to them point, and another mill for Commerce building Main : tc'i; '
for payment within the present: the Crystal RiverHomosassaRiver Street. '
Port Paradise budget allowance of one-fourth: Basin. President John Dampier ad-
mill.Thechamberofficers. Mr. Shatz cautioned the boardto vises that merchants who have
CRYSTAL RIVER-The annual contended proceed carefully with any not yet paid their annual duesto f'y':
Crystal River High School Jun- that if this particular bill is: proposal for additional tax proposals the association may do so at
ior-Senior Prom will be held killed it will also kill the present ' and left with a suggestionthat this meeting. pb '
tomorrow night in the Tahitian bill provided in the legis- if the proposed bill is as President Dampier requestsall ; .
of Port Paradise here.
Room lature. However, county attor- Continued on Page 4-A merchants, business and
for the event will be
{ Music pro- ney Don Bradshaw pointed out professional people to attend r
vided by the Men O Note of that this is not likely unless Rep. 'Transplant Club this important meeting.Dedication .
Crystal River. Strickland and Sen. Connor take;

0.. .. ,.'',' ...... .. .. ... .. a special act of legislation.The .! To Meet At Park Of New
". " ...""......... .. ...... 0' commissioners also explained '
that the bill for advertising The Transplant Club of Inverness Treatment Plant SetAt Monday Was A 'Coal' Day In MayWord
calls for only one-fourtt I will hold its annual picnic its meeting Tuesday fit.
WeatherLOW mill, which is what is being paid Saturday, beginning at 11 city council set Thursday, May
presently. o'clock, at Dade Memorial 30, as the day for special dedi-
that the bills They emphasizec. Park Bushnell. Members' cation of the city's new waste that "a train has been stored before too late in the took place when the lighter load The derailment. which took
1 LOW 63 HIGH 83 aged" and that they are can not be"pack- requested to bring a covered treatment (water-sewage) wrecked just north of toU"Mooday afternoon. ed from end of the tram stopped Dlace about 10:30 tied uo the
presented dish, including drinks and eating plant. The program will beheldat morning sent Chronicle Derailment of the Tampa- before the heavier rear .... tracks tor about lour nours.The
2 57 82 one or two at a time :il
t ,May May 3 62 74 desired. Each bill be speciflet t utensils. 6 p.m. in order for more personal to the scene. bouad four Diesel unit freight causing the two coal car to col- long train was roundiagthe
4 59 83 and separated whenfreeho1dersvote people to attend.Councilwoman. There were no injuries, no about three miles north of Ia- lide. curve at Government Hill when
May : Kathleen Bal- vehicles involved other than the verness was attributed by rail- The derailed rear car was forced die two gondola cars filled with
5 57 86 the
May 6 61 89 Commissioner on matter.Bob Auxiliary Bake Sale asch, who was asked arrange 168-car Atlantic Coast Line road officials to the breakiaKof almost oa cad and remained their 100.000 pounds of long
May Gilstrap I welcoming freight train. "wreck" a knuckle coupling between two is that conspicuous poskleausrtil burning anthracite coal, became
May 7 60 90 said he felt it only fair that the. The Auxiliary to Allen Rawls the dedication program, is But the
8 62 people themselves decide whether : Post 77, American Legion, will all local citizens and scattered toss of coal around coal cars. When such a break the train was moved,at which uncoupled. In addition to the two
May have a bake sale at the shopping persons living in surrounding the immediate area. A hage occurs, it was explained the time k sealed bad to the gr+urd coal cars being tipped over, a

"," .. ...... ..... es for or these not they projects.want more lie also tax- center Saturday morning bee areas to attend the service derrick: placed the cars backonthe train's air brake system baits with a noise almost equal to that box car was knocked off the
.. '.......... ....n. ........ ... ..... stated that in his opinion th ginni at 9 a.m. which will be on Memorial Day. tracks and service was re it within seconds. The accident of the collision. track.



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2-A **;The'CITRUS COUNTY.CHfiONICLE May 9, 1963
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Mrs. John Ownby gave a birthday Ohio- and Mr. and Mrs. Bob r 'JTAL ,
:;)'Sunday eveningfor her Tannehill. Mrs. Swain received -
neighbor Mfr's. John Swain. several nice gifts. Visiting the confused
Plenty ot cake,ice cream,candy Swains for the weekend were
and other,refreshments were former friends from Miami
served by.)'trsoOwnby to Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cook and two z'S. ADMISSIONS WING I
SwaIn.Mr. Swain, Mr. Pervis Lucille V., Dunnellon
: Ownby daughters, now of Bartow.SUBSCRIBE OII( ?
Fox. Carl. Yankeetown MI MR
I Mr. and Mrg.JV.S.McLean.Mr. ABOUT Del t ttwa
and Mrs. Jess Cook. Mrs.Cook's TO Maynus Barbara. Panasoffkee eN t NEAT rum to trS
Grant Lillian. Inverness
sister from
Cleveland THE CHRONICLE 1TONl
Smith Roy. Hernando
Jones, Emma P. Yankeetown
Jc-y'*' Daniel, Elizabeth,Crystal River
.* r Hodgins,Robertj.CrystalRiver
Strickland, Dudie B.Homosassa
CHILDREN AND POISONSDON'T Jack.Harry D. Inverness

MIX -X11 Hair Julian Fred. Inverness
Hodge, William. Dunne lion
Bee Iva Irene, Inverness r
t CUriosity is both a blessing and a danrer to Porter, Josephine. Inverness I
young children. A blessing because it Is a search O'BrienlVilliam.Crystal River
for knowledge but a dancer because It can DISCHARGES WING I
sometimes lead to an accidental poisoning.
Bellamy, Lola
When you have very younr children a special
Davis, Eva B. Com In now for a free surveyon
anything that might
effort must be made to keep
the exact fc s and style
Barber, Georgia on
be harmful safely out of reach.
q$ Johnson, Raymond W.
old enough to under-
When children are @ 1
Maynus, Barbara J.
stand they should be strongly cautioned about '
Fox, Carl F. .
-- harmful substances. Should an accidental poisoning _
Pervis, Lucille V. conditioner hem need!
occur, or If you should even suspect one your .

summon your physician at once. If an emergency Kohnop Ada .. ......,............ .
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call us and we will help you locate a Petty, Catherine '. -...+...*_......-
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Katherine -. -. . --- .
physician quickly. Jones .-._-_ -..._-
n Daniel Elizabeth -........r.....r._-_-..-..-"- t
CAN PHONE US when you need a w.1 r.1 -
YOUR DOCTOR Jones, Emma P. ; _. ..nm.f.,1,1J.....___
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; medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping near- Grant, Lillian .n_a+ n.111..h..n.ra.r r -_--
by. A great many people entrust us with their pre- _d 1.11.J.t In 14.
scriptions. May we compound yours? 1 Smith, Roy E. ;::;='.::::::=-.:.::
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Fred
Julian
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I Circle I MeetsThe _:

BENNETT'SDRUG regular monthly meetingof
.' Circle #1 ladies of the First
Presbyterian Church was heldin n11rTMff mar b R rsr Most N ps Vd...l

STORE FLORAL CITY PUPILS posed for the camera in "full dress" after their part in the endofyearschool the home of Mrs. FredMahlman. -
1 play, "Peter Rabbit." The children are first, second and third graders. Roll call was answeredby
--photo by Nancy Webb eleven members and three VIe .f w.Jla.1.Jb e ... ICA bt ww4..t c.,.... T.,,r.. _

w PHONE 726-2731 INVERNESS guests were present.Mrs.Car .. tCA wworooi ......., s lud by tole C.ry.rat..M Au......
8I Stands men Leslie gave the devotionaland
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; Vegetable PresentedTo
Plays Mrs. J.H. was moderatorfor
bulk
We do not sell gas
Continued from Page 1-A the monthly lesson, then
refreshments were served by
from council committees. Councilman Bob Smith said improvements Packed HouseFLORAL the hostess.
Councilwoman Kathleen B a 1- have been made to Hernando Bottled Gas \
asch read suggestions for the Lake Shore Drive and to Hickory CI'IY--It was "play
I municipal swimming pool policy Road, adding that he and Pos- night" last Friday at the local Success doesn't happen. It is

i which council adopted,pend- piech have made a thorough elementary school.In organized, pre-empted, capturedby
ing a supplimentary report at study of all streets in town and addition to "Peter Rabbit, concentrated common sense I Appliance Service
cJM ;; the next meeting. Pospiech sub- checked those needing attention. a play starring first, second and Frances E. WillardTo
mitted a financial reportforthelast Cooperation between the city third graders, members of the
seven months which council and county on street paving and fourth and fifth grades put on become an able and success- Inverness Phone 726-2595
will study before taking action.SHOES improvement was d is c us sed, three separate plays and a pan- ful man in any profession, three
s M with Hair saying he felt better tomime, which brought both things are necessary, nature, Brooksville Phone 7964225MOTHER'S

cooperation i s needed. Smith tears and laughter to the full study, and practice.H.
said County Commissioner Bob auditorium. The plays were W. Beecher

Gilstrap had previously asked "Found Out", "The Last Key", ,
that council submit a plan for and "The Brave Professor",
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needed street improvements, and "Home Sweet Home" was
but that he, Gilstrap, had heard the pantomime.
nothing more. Hair said that to "Tom Sawyer" was a play
his knowledge no such request put on by the sixth graders,
Quick repairs for had been made, but that he felt which will be remembered also
the city and county could and for its moments of hilarious DAY
. shoes full o'woe! should cooperate better on this laughter.

I Shoes soled matter. City Engineer W.D. Songs by the fourth and fifth .
White suggested that if the City grades were enjoyed, with the
F heeled provided him with the proper pupils being accompanied at the at
equipment he could get better piano by Mrs. Ralph Lee and ; "'
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rand street work done at a lower cost.It Mrs. Lila Dowden. .
was learned that submitted Introductory music was playedby
plans for the municipal pool Mrs. Lee with the audience KEYSTONE'S
i have been okayed by the State singing "School Days."

t j Switch those smoothies for new Want to put new life into Board of Health. White said excavation NOTHING SAYS "I 1 LOVE YOU" UKU. LIKE A DIAMOND!
work has be-
Goodyear tires with TUFSYN those old shoes? Our gun, and that just already as soon as the Local Attorney REGAL 3 DIAMONDPWNttSS >t tF -,,--/of'-,,--:,-.' '.." '

craftsmen will do the job new equipment is inspected and Returns To Work .'fj.}:' I < 1 I RING.I;: '6Ji,{.;>:i:'. '

approved the pool will be open- .._.._..... : J. I
and Inverness -
prices start 95 with skill and speed Charles W. Fitzpatrick
I I I $9 ed. A tentative date of no later 1)) :::: -rl-=:
and
at a low, low save you money, too! than June was mentioned. City Attorney pro- ., 19'sw
plus Ui and old : returned
minent lawyer, has to ,
tire off your carr JACKSONShoe M.C. Scofield appeared before his offices for limited daily / fit1991)! MAX IMA11 11 DOWN TNI* UMON0 MTMIMT =,.. .cuu ''
I the council to say that two prop- appointments.Mr. | TOUMI IM IAST TBUMI 'M."ZZTm M. ,
INVERNESS SHELL SERVICE erty markers had been destroyed Fitzpatrick suffered a sev- "O''-'. M4o-.AIi f OII.MI lie'": !'!
RepairMain during the installation of the
ere heart attack in March.He is
new water and sewer lines, but
Main Street Street, Inverness presently keeping morning appointment -
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i that veyor Cecil, had re-established Berry, county these sur- the hours Hotel.in his officesin 'k.. (Jilt W boiA1ih.1m..MIld. ;; !tV
> ; Orange ' 'T
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The Citrus County Chronldl l4wl1!br.gyOU a friendly objective ,4-
Bolt former United made him a consist end money
weekly message recounting activities.! plans and events inane of'Florida's States Open Champion playedin winner on the professional tour
fastest growing cpunties. Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Jackmanoflnvernessareannounc- exhibition she 72
an golf match Sunday by ting an even par on
Yearly rates J' ?n!
are:
at the Inverness Golf and his first trip over the tricky
Citrus and adjoining counties . . . . . . . 9 . $3.50 4 ing the forthcoming marriage of Club. The Inverness course.
Inside United States . . . . . . '0' . . . . $4.50 IL.ar their daughter Marylou to treated Country to some excellent gallery shot-was The gallery was delighted with
Outside United States . . . . . . . . . . $5.50 Charles W. Core United States 4
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Bolt teamed with Lou Cappalaof as there were many
The Citrus County Chronicle e The wedding rites will be solemnized Crystal River against Cliff excellent shots played. Always

Post Office Box 65 Sunday June 9, at 2 a aS Hornketh and Bob Ritz local colorful. Tommy would have

Inverness Florida .' ', ,-. ;..,'. ri. o'clock in St. John's Episcopal pros from Inverness.The been under par but for some
t' Church, San Bernardino Calif. match bad luck with his
decided
Name. . ... . . . . . : . . . . .. :-. . . . . Ste.i Miss Jackman is a member of was on the putter.
eighteenth hole when Bolt and Scores were Bolt 72; Ritz 73,
the 63 graduating class of Citrus birdied win Hornketh 74 and 74,
Street Number . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . High School while Mr.Coreis Cappola to one up. Cappola *
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Maico Hearing Aids Class FavoritesCitrus June Nuptials For i Suite-----------2 PC. Foam Rubber Living$40.00 Room

tr 5 PC. Oak Dinette Suite - $22.50
Miss Jordan
PlannedMrs.
... Orlando Hearing Aid Center High School has received Wardrobe with Mirror in
Door - -- -
and -
numerous favorable - - $17.50
Esther Jordan of Inverness -
comments on the new yearbook Stoves - - - - - $25.00 up
Serving Central Florida Since 1948 wishes to announce the en- Roll
Desk
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"Citrio which came out $ Top - - $35.00
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gagement daughter
black
The
annual
just recently.
Look for the Maico sign 35 W. Pine OrlandoMr. George Ann to Raymond James
letters on gold was edited this
Gibbs, of Mr. and 1315 Ccala
son Mrs. R. Broadway -
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year by Darla Youngblood.
.J.E. Smith Consultant :
Gibbs of
J. Martinsville Ind.
will be at the Jewel Box-Inverness Among those seniors selectedby The bride-elect is a graduateof Highway #40
their fellow students as class
Saturday 9 till 12 -.
Citrus High School and
is pre-
... favorites this
Batteries Accessories c year were:
Repairs Best All 'Round sently attending Central Florida
Young-
MR. AND MRS. RAYBURN KINSEY blood and Joe McLeod; Most Junior College in Ocala.She was


WOMEN 18-55 Wi44 PatVt tt E x 11 fwd Alligood Popular, Linda; JoeMcLeod Most Ruth Likely Harvill and to Jackie Succeed and- elected served, and as"Freshman freshman is active class Favorite"in many treasurer of-. i TheNew City

the college functions.Mr. .
Fred Whitelaw; Most Intellectual -

PLUS ? ? ? 1f/id 4Vt 'J:: Way 3 law,; Pat Best Kelly Personality and Fred Richard White- Martinsville. Gibbs High graduated School and from also : BarberShop

Need for Carroll and Cindy Cook; Most attended Central Florida
Women to train Receptionist -
Office FLORAL CI'IY--Miss Glen- Candelabra of white gladiolas Talented Pat Kelly and Alan Junior College. He served as
ment and Home Nursing.Manage- dale Parrott 18, and Rayburn along with white chrysanthemums Smith; Best Dressed Janet vice president of his sophomore

Kinsey 24, were joined in mar- and a background of green Shelton and Frank Kimbrell; class was a member of the student iTI s now in operation and we invite -

o s Preliminary training given riage Friday evening at the Floral fern were used to decorate the Best Looking Joe McLeod and college government affairs.A and active in 4' the public to come ia and
City Methodist Church. The church. Cindy Cook Most
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at home in time. Easygoing Your
spare see our shop. patronage
\ Rev. Henry F. Wolfe performedthe Mrs. J.T. Love played the Steve Spivey and Pam Shipp; June wedding is being plan- S will be appreciated.
x ceremony.T Wedding March from a "Mid- Friendliest Cindy Cook and Ben
For information and to Ladies are invited for straight
e bride is the daughter of Summer Night's Dream", by '_%
: Hayward; Wittiest David McDonald nedMeeting
qualify write: hair cuts and trims. SPECIAL
Mr. and Mrs. F.M. of Mendelssohn. Other music included and .h y
"Careers" Wiggins Lynnette Stephens; Friday
212
P.O. Box ATTENTION to children and of
) Homestead Air Force Base.She "Put Thine Arms Around and Most Athletic Doug John- I'
Lady Lake Florida. 1 course favors and comic books.
has been living with her grandparents Me", by A.H. Ackly; "PeaceTo ston and Clarissa George.A For Bond Issue f Standard prices will prevail.
Mr. andMrs. T.A.Vin- Those Who Believe", by Lower special page "In Memor- .., Located at 213 West Main
cent of Hernando.Mr. Patton; and Lohengrin's Bridal iam", was dedicated in the CRYSTAL RIVER--A special a Street Inverness Florida.

NAME . . . . . . . . ADDRESS . .+.. .r. ,. . . Kinsey is the son of Mrs. Chorus by Richard Wagner. yearbook to Max Griffin a fellow meeting will be held tomorrow % Donald Andres Manager
-: Alma Kinsey and the late Rob- The bride's cake and punch classmate who was fatally evening at 7 o'clock to bring together -

CITY . . . .. . . . . STATE . . . .. . . . ert Kinsey Floral City.. were served in the church sup- wounded in a hunting accident. representatives of Glace
Mr. Vincent the bride members of the
gave per room by Engineering and a St. Peters-

TIME HOME . . . . . PHONE NO. . . . . . away and Mrs.Wesley Tumber- Women's Society of Christian burg fiscal agent for final talks {
lin was matron of honor. Hampton Service.
on the proposed water and sewer
Kinsey. brother of the Circle II Meets installations here as well as the

groom, was best man. r financing of a half-million dollar Modern Homes

"The only money that goesas Circle II of the First Presby- bond issue.
far today as it did 20 terian Church met in the homeof At Monday night's meeting of

Three Pairs Of tj tI S( ce4ao years ago is the dime that Mrs. Simmons. The meetingwas the town council application instructions -
rolls under the bed.-Fred opened by a devotion by for planning funds for 11te4l 8ette't 4ic

W. Grown, Edgewater (N.J.)* Mrs. Clark. Seventeen mem- the sewer and water system
Bergen Citizen. bers responded to roll call. from the Federal Homeand
Shoes ForI There were four visitors.The Housing Finance Agency were
special emphasis Church Ex- presented to the board by Paul

"This sign was seen in a tention was presented by Mrs. Wood, town manager. A column of helpful Rome building -
church near here: 'You can't Stephans. The lesson, taken May 22 has been set as the hint brought' to you each -
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from Matthew 16 was moderated date for return of the forms but week as a nubile server.e .
take it with but
M you you can
by Mrs. Kirkpatrick. The Wood said a request for an extension -
send it on ahead."-Dale meeting was closed with the would be in order to pro-

On ladies day last week the Holdridge, Langford' (S. D.) Mezpah followed by a social vide time for approval of the .
I: ladies played match against par."A" Bugle. hour. plans and specifications by the I SMOAK & OGDENCitrus
flight was won by Kate State Board of Health.

Williams Boswell. "B" flight by Dessie

Afternoon bridge won by Fran
Allen (a pretty good bridge trttit5 County's OMeet
atnuntll atlIurlr Established Contraewrs
player who has won two weeksin

a row.)

Men's day witnessed a blind - CAREY SMOAK
bogey which was won by Duane

Segar.We have nothing to report on INVERNESS St. Margaret's Episcopal HOLDER
THE LIGHT
the ladies tournament comingup Church Baptist Church
this week-end but next week First Methodist Cl'UrA, Rev. Rev. Merrill A. Norton. Vica Sunday School 10.-00 a.m.
will tell the tale as to who is Morris C. Gaskins Pastor 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
One Pair Men's Black and White
Sport Shoes with
our ladies champ. Sunday: 10:00 a.m. Church School Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. SIDE OF
Cushion Soles . .
Crepe
9:45 Church school
Season's last luncheon meetingof a.m. 11:00 a.m. Divine Service
NOne Paradise Plantation Country 11 am.: Morning worship HERNANDO ', a
Pair Boy's Shoes Size 6, all Leather, Three Club Women's Golf Associationwas 6:30 p.m. Methodist YouthFellowship Church of the Nazarene.
Styles to Choose From . held last Thursday at CRYSTAL RIVER Rev. Don Croft Pastor.

# Paradise Plantation Hotel. The 7:30 p.m. Evening worship ?t. Ann's Episcopal Rev. Merrill Sunday School 10:00 a.m. DECORATING

Shoes One Pair. .Ladies Shoes from our Rack of Top" Brand' .' meeting followed a nine hole A. Norton vicar Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
low-ball threesome tournament First Baptist Rev. thomas N. Route 19 N.Y.P.S. 6:45 p.m.
which was won by Flo Strick- Channell pastor Sunday Services 9:30 a.m. Evangelistic Service 7:30p.m. T HE new trend in lamps shows a happy marriage
tin Jo Miller and Helen Lyons Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Holy Communion and SermonSt. of fashion and function. The mounted wall lamp,

with a net 34. Tornament Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 a.m. First Baptist Church for example, offer decorative wall treatment while
chairman Teri Franklin pre- Trailing Union 6:30 a.m. Benedict's Catholic Church Rev. A.L. Flurdy. pastor abundant
spreading specific task illumination. They
sented each winner with a golf Sun. Evening Worship 7:45 p.m. Sunday Masses: 7. 9:30 and Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
: Marshall'sInverness Shoe Store 11:00 a.m. Wrrship Hour 11:00 a.m. telescope in and out from the wall to save tabletop

:" ball.After he luncheon a group Christian Science Society First United PresbyterianRev. Training Union 6:15 p.m. space. They lift and lower to flood a room with light

remained to make up three tab- 'Sundays 11:00 a.m. Service; C. Stanley Newburg. D.D. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. and they swing from side to aide, providing scien
: les of party bridge. First prize 9:30 a.m. Sunday School Minister. tifically-engineered light that follows expanding table
Minna Helms and Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
was won by Hernando Methodist Church
and shifted chairs. Moreover add decorative
Babe Adkins won consolation First Lutheran Church of Inverness Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Rev. H.D. Cribb. Pastor they
prize. Sunday: importance when used in pairs to flank sofas, bed,

Woman's Club Building First Baptist Church Sunday School 10.OO a.m. and tables.

8:00 p.m. Sunday Rev. George L. Painter, pastor Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Some of the wall mountings are frankly elegant
Rev. Myron Mador Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 .
p.m. A traditionally-styled one ia mounted on natural. fruitwood
11:00
tfonhip Service a.m.
Church of God Hwy 41 S. Inverness Training Union 7:00 p.m. FLORAL CITY" bordered with gold beads, with a leaf-shaped

e Rev. E. D. Neill 'Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Baptist Church. finial and turnswitch of cast bras, that command

Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Homer Duggar. Pastor particular attention. The antique gold theme is farther

Ad 1te Id 7 Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. First Methodist Church Sunday School 10:00 a.m. carried out in the piping of the white silk shade.
? Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Rev. 'Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
"Sunday Tom School Price, pastor.10:00 Training Union 6:30 p.m. In fact, all of the lamps in the new collection,

;: Hinson's.Restaurant and Cocktail I First Presbyterian.Rev.JamesC. Church Service 11:00 a.m.a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. table, floor, tray and furniture, are distinguished
Clark D. D., Minister examples of the happy marriage of fashion and fence
Homosassa 10:00 Church of Christ
Lounge - Springs Sundays a.m. Church
Central
Church of Christ tion.
'School' for all 11:00 Nelson
the family; Short Minister
t 1' Presents Seminol Club a.m. Worship and Sermon Sunday 10:00 and 11:00 a.m. Sunday: Imaginative concepts, in which Old World charmor
.. PAUL V. GRANNAN Bible.Study 10:00 a.m.
and 6 p.m.. Worsnfn11:00 a.m. contemporary Danish design ia combined with

::, at the Baldwin Organ First Assemby of God Rev. Paul T. Dumm. minister Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. modern engineering construction, result in a varied

Johnnie T. Powell pastor. -. collection of multipurpose lamps that enhance the
Church of Christ
Sundays Bible Study 10:00 Methodist Church decorative scheme of any decor, be it traditional,
Sunday School 9:45 AM
a.m.
Rev. Wolfe
Henry ,
pastor. transitional Lamp that were obviously
Morning or
Worship 11:00 a.m. Worship 11:00 AM. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. contemporary.
Evangelistic Service 7:30p.m.Our Evening Worship 6:00 PM Church Services 11:00 a.m. inspired by Colonial oil lanterns, or which

." Evening Services 5:30 pjn. boast the restrained elegance of Empire !fluting or
Lady of Fatima Catholic which have the of
sttaightline, design simplicity
Church Sportsmens Park,Rev. HOMOSASSA Church of Christ of
James Hoge O.S.B. pastor. First Baptist Church Rev. L. Cove Bend Danish walnut and brass, function with fingertip

Masses-Sunday 7:30 9:00 & Glenn Stephens Bible Stuay IChOO .m. flexibility, and are engineered to perform with ..,..
11:15 a.m. Weekday Sunday School 10:00 a.m. free comfort.
morningsat
Morning Tor hip .11:00 .m. eye-ea4g
8 a.m.Highlands. Morning Worship 11:00
\ a.m.
Saturday Evening : Training Union" 6:30 p.m. Evening' Torship 7:00 p.m.
Mid-week Bible Sgufr
Evening Worship 7:30
Delightful dinner music from 5 to 8 pan. 9 p.m. to 12 midnight Faith Chapel Jay and p.m. Wednesday 7:30p.m.*

is Request Time with your favorite request tunes played by Paul Elsie Prentiss Pastorsaunday Methodist Church LECANTOChum ConcreteSmoak Products Company

Crannan and sung by none other than our' -own bartender JIMi : Services Rev. D. Rossi, pastor of Christ. A. Frank
i HARRIS Church School 10:00 a.m. Sundays 9:30 a.m.Sunday School Johnson minister.
Worship Service 11:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Worship

.';. .. . listening For a delightful enjoyment evening bring of Evang. Services 7:30 p.m. RED LEVEL Sunday Bible Study: 10:15 a.m. t Ojd**

Worship 11:00 a.m.
." your friends. and come toHINSONS. Seventh-Da/: Adventist Church Baptist Church Worship 7:00 p.m. General! CiHtracttfs
"W. J. Ostman Minister. Eden O.C. Anderson pastor
C a rdenS. 5 mi. East of Inverness Bible School' 10:00 a.m. ISTACHATfA

on Hwy. 44. Sun. worshipservice 11OOa.m. New Hope Methodist Church InvernessPkMi 728-2H1
Sunday School 9:30 Training Union 6:30 p.m. Sunday School 2:30 p.m.
Preaching Service 11:00 Evening service 7:30 p.m. Worship Hour 3:00 pjn.
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Savings And Loan Group's .
It..?, Firemen's Aux \ .;
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Plans Call For July ,Opening, <

Tile organizing group for the Home Loan Bank Board of Necessary papers tor Ole inspection Plans For Game INCREASE YOUR STOKE TRAFFIC BY A
First Federal Savings and Loan Washington D.C. by proper authoritieswill PLANNED ADVERTISING PROGRAM
Association of Citrus County BillKeating proposed mana- be submitted by Mr. Keat- FLORAL CITY--The auxiliaryto IN YOUR
met yesterday and reported the ger of the new financial institution ing. It is anticipated the trip the volunteer fire departmenthere
culmination of a successful capital left Wednesday for would require a few additional met Monday night at the
subscription: campaign. Greensboro North Carolina days in Washington. D.C. for new meeting room of the fire
Subscriptions-have exceededtheamoun for a visit to the branch officeof Mr. Keating. house. A report on the bake sale CITRUS COUNTY CIKOWCLE
held April 13 showed an intakeof
wired by the Federal the Washington aUf'1or ty.L The savings and loan group $67.82.

reported every effort is being The ladies are working towardsthe
I made for a July opening and; purchase of a resuscitatorfor
with the full of the
co-operation
the
department and said this
Greensboro loan branch it is
is only their second meeting
felt the goal of an early July since being organized. With
opening can be reached.A dues and all other funds to date
further report on additional they have a total of $95.82.A BUILDERS AND CLEANIM6SERVICE
work will be
organization received special meeting will beheld
after the return of the next Monday night to map plans
'proposed' manager from his for their concession at the Don
f" '' 'I '-J "jN I conference with the Federal
'A
-- S .,J key baseball game to be spon-
Home Loan Bank officials sored by the firemen May 21 at
which is expected early next the fair grounds. Some of the Wayne Jordan (above), son ofMr
RESTAURANTBREAKFAST week. PAIGE HOUGHT ALINShe's ladies participating in the game : and Mrs Nelson Jordan of New Homes Cleaned
are Mrs. A.N. Anderson Mrs. Inverness, was a member ot the
Choice For M.S. Johnson Mrs. C.J. Hall, graduating class at the Univer- For Delivery --
ShelterContinued Judy Faile and Sandra Moyer. sity of Florida on May 4. He received -
te : -- The auxiliary was notified that a Bachelor of Science degree -
from Page 1 $600 Scholarship the department's rescue vehicleis in Agriculture. He is pre- Windows Washed ,
"9' the most "serious" aspect of now available for any com- sently attending graduate
SERVED the "ordeal", as far as the CRYSTAL RIVER--Paige munity emergency.New school. Wayne is married to the
R. II U youngsters was concerned, was Houghtalin a senior at Crystal members to the auxiliary former Miss Norma Faye Floors Cleaned and, Washed
...-- the fact that their rations for River High School, received will be welcomed and a sincere Priest of Crystal River. At the
....-- week that she has vote of University he was a member of
I ..... the exercise consisted of Gra- word this appreciation is extendedto
.} ........ ham Crackers and water which been awarded a $600 scholar- those Floral Citizens who Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity. Rooms Painted at Lowest Prices
.f' ___.. fail to satisfy the appetite afterso ship by the Southern Scholar- helped make the bake sale a
0 many hours even in a fall- ship and Research Foundation success.
out shelter. Inc.This Patrol To Again Use
Although some instructions award results from her ChamberContinued City Hall FacilitiesThe BEVERLY HOME MAINTENANCE
were given to the shelter group high rating in her chosen sub-
they were subjected from timeto ject, English which she plansto Florida Highway Patrol
,. I time to unexpected "trials". major at the Florida State from Page 1 has again sought and again received Stephen F. rowley
For instance the shelter was University next fall. has been explained by the permission to use the -
attacked by smoke and gas Miss Houghtalin was a guestof board..."we should get behind it city hall here for their weekly Phone 7953110We'll
which seeped under the door the SEA at the ScholarshipHouse and give it a push." drivers license examinations
and through holes in walls early over the weekend of In other business Tuesday, office. The Patrol used the old
Saturday morning. At this point March 1-3 at the University.This Hugh Barco tax assessor ask- city hall before moving into the
their knowledge of what to do-- is the Florida Teach Assn. ed the board for an extension American Legion building.
most of the adults have had at which invites students from from June 1 to July 1 in pre- The examiners will begin using -
least six hours of shelter liv- classes to be graduated in the paring the county tax roll. the new building next Wed-
ing and management training year in which the scholarship is The board was advised that nesday and each Wednesday,
me in and prior to the exercise--was put given. She will receive this giftat the State Road Dept. has adopted thereafter, beginning at 1 p.m.A Be Closed
into practice and all crevices the "award day" services a resolution requiring a representative of the Tampa
were plugged. during commencement from the writen permit for constructionof office, Social Security is also
; :several persons sought gain supervising principal, Harmon any driveway entering state using the city hall on Wednesdays -
the entrance to the shelter area Chesser. maintained roads. It restrictsthe two mornings each month
g during the exercise but were Paige is the daughter of Mr. number and width of drives T Saturday, May 11th, for one day on.lyFor
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practically ignored by those and Mrs. Robert L. Houghtalin permitted, as well as requiring The eye is the window of the
within. "Go die somewhere ,Jr. of Market Street. separation between them. soul; the intellect and will are the marriage of Mary Belita Lawto
else we're trying to stay The following plats were approved seen in it.Hiram Powers
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alive one shelter dweller re- Woman's Club Has : Inverness Heights Subdivision -
-J. portedly told a newsman who for Norvell Bryant; Lester Spafford, Jr.
SWEAT'SBar had demanded entry. Palm Springs Villas Additionfor Compare I
Final Luncheon At
Mrs. Land commented this Harry Greene; and Citrus
week that she had received many Estates by Citrus Estates Inc.
encouraging remarks concern- Paradise PlantationA Permission was granted to
and Restaurant
ing the shelter -
training exercise
Florida Telephone Corp. to install -
Open again Sunday and featuring our
from outside the
persons private dining room at the another phone booth in he "
county she didn't even know. Paradise Plantation Hotel courthouse at the south- Dinner
i U. S. 41 at the North Edqe We commend Mrs. Land and was square popular Family special
the of
\ scene on Monday noon west corner.
: of Inverness the others who took part in the an exquisite luncheon for the The resignation of Mary Lou Southern I Mobile
:.:: program. And while we may Crystal River Woman's Clubs Townsend clerical assistantto
have indicated levity at times final meeting of the 1961-63 the Home Demonstration Home Brokers The SHANGRI-LA Dining
when speaking of the fallout administration. The forty-five Club was accepted effective
shelter exercise--as even the members and guests praised the, June 1. A leeter from Mrs. 1
participants did occassionallywe management for the elaborate; Ray Baxter county agent recommending Room
. nevertheless feel that such array of food the beautiful set- Mrs. Harry (Ann) Ocala,
;':. experience is wqrthwhile and ting in pale blue linens, with Edwards as a replacementwas Orange Hotei Inverness
I, may be vital to our very exis- the delicate table decorations approved.
:s ' tance. and fashionably dressed club
women made a perfect ensem- ,'
PERSONALSMr. I
1 ble.Mrs.
ana Mrs. M.C. Scofield Mack L. Vickrey,president -
attended the Florida Bar As- during these two years was
sociation convention last week- the master cermonies.Atthe
end at Miami Beach. completion of the luncheon she
presented guests and executive-
board members. Highway 19 -

:. . . ... . .. . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . .Mrs.Following Vickrey a business gave a final session report -

and a short speech. Shethenin- I !
troduced Mrs. Donald E.Counts 1 mile north of

: president of the Citrus County A
H Federation of Women's Clubs
who installed the newly-elected Crystal River
i GOODj/YEAR officers for the 1963-64 term.
Choosing the theme "Colors",
ii Mrs. Counts pinned a rosette of
,satin ribbon ranging in colors

i SHOW YOUR COLORS from officers.gold To to purple each rosette on the was new

attached the symbo 1 of officeto
the holder of same. New officers -
were the treasurer,Mrs.
W. H. Pollack; corresponding
secretary. Mrs. H.B.Nearman;
recording secretary Mrs. W. 1
W. Webster;2nd vicepresidentMrs. H
WJMi Pugh; lstvice-pres-
ident Mrs. C.F. Erickson and ,
president Mrs. Ralph Castle. .
Mrs. Castle introduced the
new committee members. She
named Miss Laura M.Zimmerman -
as parliamentarian on the
executive board; Mrs.Erickson
chairman of the Program committee -. See '
; Mesdames Hunter Favre -
house;M.D.Fountain mem-
bership; M.L.Vickrey,hospitality -
; W.H. Edwards, fine arts;
Peter Weis,welfare;L.M.Zimmerman -
NEW 5O-STAR press and publicity; R.OIJONES
GET Roy W. Gerspach, yearbook; .
Nan Coates Kelley civic im- :
YOUR provement; and Mrs. Pugh. representative ,..- ...-
SETHOLIDAY on the "Citrus -
FLAG FLAG .. .
County Consolidated" board of
NOW FOR Trustees.
Hostesses for the day were Or
: Mrs. Ralph Beddow, Mrs. O.J.
DISPLAY! $ Pippin and Mrs. W.H. Pollack.


\\ 5 7 GASOLINE Frank King ALLEY JESSE HATFIELD


: : \\\ Yours at OKAYI! Everybody !

Our Cost line up and get your 1

U.S.SAVINGS Bonds! '
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COMPLETE PIECE ENSEMBLE READY TO FLY In This Area '


Big 3 x 5 ft Double Hemmed Includes Cord Halyard and metal '
Cotton Flag in brilliant fade- mounting wall bracket with screws ..4.4rlr j- .< ", .
resistant colors c' fl.
Has 5-inch American Eagle on top Complete with Illustrated Manual.
-* of 6-ft. collapsible Aluminum Staff on Official Flag Etiquette .
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District Meet "-.""Ti'0 I ,','";:''.;,.;l''t. f 1
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AWater : : y. : t. I t :,\'i : Holder's Nursery .
SQUIBB NO-CALORIE At Trotter's Office .
4 CONCENTRATED SWEETENER There will be a meeting the ;, Green House & LandsclI tI

I MMFATTEXIX6 Honi&kssa Water District next Phone '795-2917. Business Hours...? pays a went.
69'-c ,Mon42y night at 8 o'clock inthe
I office of N.B. Trotter. .. 3 Great Variety of Plants & Services. Everything Pried IB Sell.Irystal .

II Purpose of the meeting is to ; St. Crystal Kmr:. .
accept sealed bids for the drilling "
casing and testing of test t
SWEBTA wells for the district.
--x--- Bid forms are available at
A Sq ss Trotter's real estate office inHomosassa V

A Springs. East Coast


Encioped in a common mist we John F. Roscow m
seem to walk in clearness our- Tree Service
- selves and behold only the mist
COOK'S PHARMACY that enshrouds others. Graduates With

INVERNESS Georee: Eliotr1 SKILLEDTREE SURGEONS

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J Honors From UF Free Estimates

kLN Advisory Service
John F. Roscow III. son of Mr. *
1 and Mrs. John F. Roscow Jr.. ''We SperianzeinCavity Work"

// YOU Haven't Bought a Bond for the Freedom Bond Drive we're and North who attended Carolina the two Universityof years and r P.lJ.Box liXJi htveraess.i .

then transferred to the Univer-
\\ ; sity of Florida was graduatedon
May 5, from the College of
ONE BOND SHORT Arts and Sciences with honors.He .

\\ has also been awarded a

: three Law College year scholarship, which he will to the attend i !l! iAF/lI' WiItJ I

this fall.

That's right! The Freedom Bond Drive is for all On Sunday, young Roscow left
us-it's
of
for upper New York state where Select the carpeting of your choice from Central
I every family's invitation to share in America with an extraU. he intends to be connected with a Florida's Finest and largest selection. See the new
1963 lines from the looms of Mohawk and ..
tourist hotel during the summer Magee.
,Sales and Service for S. Savings Bond. months. and others.
WE MEASURE...WE INSTALL..WE GUARANTEE

There's a size for every pocketbook on sale at any bank. Fair Directors

I l Heavy Duty Yazoo Toro Series E Bonds range from $25 (purchase price $18.75)) to t" Will Meet TonightLECANTO

$10,000. H Bonds-which pay current interest-start at $500. Dsen's Carpet Interwrs
--There will be a
Mono Island
Rider
i For the youngsters, U. S. Savings Stamps are available at '- meeting of the county fair dir-

"We Service What We Sell"ARCHER'S school or the post office for 10 cents and up. : to ectors scho tonight l.beginningat8o'clock.All at the old Lecan-. 1848 Silver Springs Blvd.

directors are urged to be Ocala I Florida
9 MARINE Bonds keep America strong. Every into them
penny you put present as there will be a report Adjoining Thriftway Food Store
goes to work for freedom, and for your own security. There's on the 1963 Spring Festi-
Hwy 41 N Inverness nothing safer nothing val preliminary and plans will "Where you can choose with. confidence at discount
more fully guaranteed than Savings be made for the 1964 county fair. prices"
Bonds. And buying them is an easy and practical way to help

your country in these troubled times. 117& Otd.1t/mE/t;,


4 4't Buy a Bond for Freedom today . then keep on buying them
'
regularly. "J, .
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: ii keep freedom in your future with U. S. Savings) Bonds I I Pti

it "The trouble with being a
s good sport is that you have to Johnson Tire City
FREEDOM BOND DRIVE MAY 1 1- JULY 4 lose to prove it."

1 t 915-1007 N. Magnolia Ave. OcalaWe I


t From Cigarettes & Alcohol

___ Land Surveying are franchised for thefollowinglteee.We service ..
4 Subdivisions what we sell and we are proud of what we sett.
Tax Collections Continue Up Timber Estimate'
GATES TIRES AREA
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I Collections'-/ of taxes--on-cigarettes than $7 million in'Afcril. 1962:: lion' Miscellaneous fees from J. J.' 'FussellRegistered WHEEL HORSE TRACTORS -
"rjlREPAIRREMODEL' YAZOO POWER MOWERS
i \, and alcoholic beverages This brings the state closer to" permits and licenses make up --
GALE OUTBOARD MOTORS
sold in Florida continue to another record year he added. the balance of the $74 million
MONO CHAIN
Our mount with April's report Total collections for the ten dollars the Beverage Director SurveyorBox CLINTON MOTORSWe SAWS
showing a 5.40 percent increaseover months of this fiscal year have: explained.All .
Home Improvement Loan"Graft the last now reached 74860706.26 or monies collected by the
same period year
402 Box 154 give Liberal Trade-las and Credit Awveved
2.81 cent over the same Beverage Department are ap-
according to Richard B. Keat- per
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T****"1an 1worthy"home of yours the constant ing State Beverage Director. period in fiscal 1961-62. plied to the State General Rev- Bushnell Inverness, Fla. Credit.EVROLET
Ph. 793-2434 726-2124
care a good boat owner gives his seaworthy Keating said his department Cigarettes continued account enue Fund except for cigarettetax.
collected 7368135.13 last for the highest collection with Most of this is returned to
I vessel Repair remodeling keeps your home month compared to slightly less slightly less than $30 million the municipality where it is
looking beautiful,improves upon its market val received during the tenmonths. collected.

ue.Let usheIp -financially.We can provide Liquor followed with more than ,
I funds to$3,500 through a $19 million beer over $18 mil- ': '" , '-
home improvement up o ' o'' 1
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lion and wine more than$5 milCouncil ,_ = ,=
budget-fitting loan-with terms up to 5 years. fort =__ _
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CTJBRENT RIVER--At their
L\ regular meeting this week the
I DIVIDEND 1 .. town council members reportedthat
4
COMPOUNDED Y2. % plot fees have been set for
.:. the community's new cemetery.In i 2T
SEMI-ANNUAULT addition above-ground mar-
.. kers were ruled out in favor of
.. surface markers. : -5-
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,. The town will lay out 100 plotsin
.. the very near future and will
ll glStltEDlf : Let Us Re-Style Your Hair establish locations for others as
: the need arises. j
: All Work Guaranteed Plots will sell for $20 each
with he purchaser required to
t EVA HOLDEN buy a two-lot size. A specialarea .... .-
aiwl : Owner will be set aside for indi- ;., :..
cases, it was pointed out. ,-
gent
a 1 laMode , "-._.
Beauty In order to facilitate mowing , ,:'..
operations flush markers '
were
+ea4.oaa as>locatsoa or..,

lalIR/30Kf ltB.f.'B I Orange Shop Hoc established ial park. The for mowing the newmemor-servicewill : l' t:4; i 1:: ' >. :.'

Phone 726rTT2Cflttei be provided without chargeby ,' "
.. ... .. the town.Councilman. rl
Bryant Keenvoic-
edobjections to part of the re-
quirements and voted againstthe y
I MWUI Brand Paint operation of a mowing tractor -
on the graves. He explainedthat 'W '
he wouldn't want such a =; s
Buy one get OflQ machine to be rolling over his
II or a relative's grave.It - %,#- :
: ; : -
was pointed out howe."er.that _
I the general practice seemsto
-J be the use of tractor mowers Corrair Monza Club Coupe

I i- on such cemeteries. Who needs muscles ?

"Duty: A task we look for-

ward to with distaste, perform Do you know how easy it is to take a corner So think about those trip to the beech
with reluctance and brag about with a Corvair or park one? Turn this this summer, those bright sunny days and
afterward/"-Dale Holdridge, newspaper sideways and it will give you a balmy moonlit nightc.
MARY CARTER NO LIMIT AT NO EXTRA COST Langford (S. D.) Bugle. pretty good idea. The wheel handles just And besides, looking at it from a very
HOUSE PAINT 't ALKYD FLAT about that easily. practical point of view it'. Trade 'N' ..
Mere then l.SOOsh NICISIOH COIOK MATCHING Tinttkl* with TtetOD The Corvair's engine is in the rear, for Travel time right now at your Chevrolet
/ .4 t! Ertttlt.f KMt. 9rf tit wut t' R.w.l Eauae.t kid. not only greater traction but more balanced dealer's. He's got some beautiful buys. .
!* durability. F.r ...' &.. i.q ,g.tlitltti. r. WALK ON weight distribution. And that's what makes But you had better hurry before somebody .
tt1.w.; ''deJ. IIRmD6eaL Olio f sole a1t1k. the steering so completely effortless. Wwn mm muscles in ahead of you. S rings here.
; 91 The engiSe is air cooled, too. No radi- Summer's coming fut.And with thee. sporty
I. ':,!\i:/,. [YtRlf !.1 LEFT ator. No water or antifreeze. No boiling TIME good-looking Corvairs selling the way they
VERY 1./ CAN Mil "f.If t CAN /Rtrnr .. over or freezing up to worry about. It takes are, he who hesitates will want to kick
11 the weather and the terrain as it comes. AT YOUR CHEVROLET DiAiEffS himself.
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j Allen's Hardware At earn 4tee O CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET, CHEVY, CORVAIR/ AND CORVETTE .

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AMERICA'S LARGEST DISCOUNT PAINT CHAIN 4R1 t
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TROOPER.' t 1 BILL'S 'i.J 1 =4- i ...."z.;.>;._.f,,> ._::ftff;Legislative Bills( River-GJJlf Boat t A.Cade Is Saturday


Highway PhilosophyRemember c CRYSTAL RIVER--An all-d4y A log race,with Col.Tom Bon-
? outing is scheduled by the D.6. sall in charge should be the
i .I. Affecting CountyA Power Squadron here Sfttprday highlight of the day-long pro-
your ABC's kids: Always be careful! and is receiving overwhelming gram. Starting point for this:;
;, 't! # response, according ttr Maj. event will be at Shell Island
The attitude of the driver has a lot to do with his stay ing out of : number of legislative bills for penalty declaring certain Wayne Blanchard who is in situated at the mouth of Crystal

or gettipg'iEko' ; an accident. aimed at action in this sessionofthe junk yards and trash dumps to bea charge of the event.A River. Winner of the race is the
N.Stay"**:.iP; # Y Florida Legislature and nuisance, providing for the score or more boats will pilot most correct in his writ-
on your side of the road, and watch for the fellow who having to do with Citrus County abatement thereof and provid- assemble in lying's Bay the official ten prediction of the length oi
doesn't. 1 were submitted to the county ing an effective date. starting point of the boat- time'the course will take.
; newspaper this week by Rep. 3-An act relating to Citrus a-cade to Shell Island on the Other boating contests are expected -
..% A.R. "Baldy" Strickland. County: prohibiting the takingof Gulf of Mexico. to make an exciting pro
{ i ib 1 Space will not allow for each fish other than by certain All 56 Squardon members, gram, all of which will be en-
'"' proposal to again be spelled out, described methods from the their families and friends, as joyed more thoroughly following
REMEMBER ".s"i. but more will be said about each Withlacoochee River, limiting well as other persons wishing to dinner on the grounds at Shell
The Three Most. Important Giving t \ ., upon them. The bills, as they and providing effective stal River, are invited to take
_,,,, w 4t are titled, are as follows: date. 't part in this first planned activity Every 5% minutes in 1962,
occasions of the year are on ,handMOTHER'S I'-An act to amend section 1, 4-An act relating to Citrus for the coming boating sea- an American died of an acci-
-. ,, r 1 /,,;; chapter 30676, Laws of Florida, County: authorizing Board son. den __
= r $ Acts of 1955, releasin certain County Commissioners require -
+ lots owned by the Town of Cry- franchise for the opera-
give a stal River from their legislative tion of garbage collections in

designation as a pub ic, ark unincorporated-afeas, prescri- .
and providing an effective date. hiag the manner in which ; itl

Mom '! ,. t 2-An act relating to Citrus franchise may be granted; pro-
DAYFATHER'S ': County: defining junkyards,defining viding for an effective date.
e ,. trash dumps, providing 5-An act relating to Citrus
the' County: prohibiting the takingof
shrimp in certain waters off"

shore said county,and providing J ,
best U.S. Injury Toll an effective date.
# .
Hits 45 MillionApproximately
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WROYAL GIFTS FORFather i', onefourthof .If '

P this country's populationor -
11; i ri
.., an average of 45millionAmericansare .a 1I/l
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DAY f i'r sidelined by ,. !
.i 1 injuries each year, a federal 1' -._- It.:
riitt-' : \
8
...\ r government survey shows. ChtBiblt
:"'' Leading the list of mishapsare
Forgive us our debts, as we
falls, which injure about :i ,
also have forgiven our debt-
12 million annually.
1 1 4 <. persons ors. (Matt. 6:12)).
Accidents involving moving
} \ 1 ,, K motor vehicles account for When we forgive someone
tfj't\ t GRADUATION DAY
) who has seemed to
t 9 only 2.89 million of the in wrong or
..IN1N...If offend us we are the ones who
NN with the 4.1
.. Let us help you with jured, compared
I gain. Let us rejoice that the 1 ,
.PROU
D million who are
your problems. persons
did
of Christ makesit
iiou usJEWEL # SHE ENJOYS FISHING--and who wouldn't? Mrs. Fred Payne, of "struck by a moving object" forgiving love
We have ideal gifts SR 44 east, proudly displays three nice bass she pulled out of such as a stone and the 3.48 possible for us to overcome car serr c
from $1.00. Lake Tsala Apopka waters recently. No professional fisher- million injured from personal animosities.
t persons
BOX We gift wrap. woman she, nevertheless her results are enviable.And she useda
having "bumped into an object -
cane pole too. Mrs. Payne says her catch looks better in the "
j freezer. --photo by Tannehill or person. I CAMEO I

Shopping Center Inverness / .


Hospital Week Marks ProgressThis Photo Stores SupplyTwo

20 N Main 1416 So. Pine

Beautiful I Citrus County year about 600,000 people pital of the future.Authorities same time reducing its cost to OcalaFranchised
will discover that a quiet revo- point to develop- hospital authorities and, ulti- Dealer for Agfa, .
lution has taken place in Flori- ments such as: mately, the patient. Argus, Anso, Bell & Howell,
Shortening of the average stay Chemetron lists these devel- Bolex, Kodak, Polaroid and TURNIPSEED
da.These men and women will be in U.S. hospitals from 40 daysin opments: others. 5 hour service on I and I
admitted as patients into one or 1900 to 8 days in 1963. Labor-saving piping systems black and white film. Your
another of this state's 160 hos- Development of a host of new have done away with clumsy and complete photographicstore. ,
pitals. And in all of these insti- products including electronic psychologically disturbing cy- I .
tutions, they'll find in daily use devices that automatically dis- linders In operating, recoveryand I
techniques and equipment un- pense medicine and give con- patients' rooms.
dreamed of only a generationago. tinuous readings on blood pressure Central supply systems--some
pulse, respiration and containing huge amounts of oxy
This week (beginning Sunday temperature. gen in liquified formsavespace A Handy Guide To
May 12)) the state observes Na- Tripling of the use of therapy and reduce storage ex-
tional Hospital Week to salute oxygen since World War.:'II. pense.
those whose efforts have deve- Widespread use of new' cost- Comfortable single-use oxy-
loped institutional medicine to cutting disposable products-- gen masks have raised sanitary
its present efficiency and who from needles and syringes to standards, yet cost less than SAVINGS,

s Moss Oaks Trailer Court work toward the improved hos- bedpans guide and path oxygen for future masks.A innovation cleaning a re-usable product.

is provided by the progress : -
ATTENTION of oxygen therapy from a SMOKED FISH LOAF
SERVICE INSTITUTIONS and BUSINESSES
;.. BUDGET MINDED FOLKS World War I curiousity to its 2 cups smoked fish flakes

s?, FOR CLEAN, tasty snacks, present indispensable role in (boiled or leftover fish
lunches and dinners. Priced treatment of respiratory and can be used) Of CITRUS COUNTYCARRIER
right. Try the HICKORY circulatory difficulties reports 1 cup milk
Chemetron Corporation a lead-
KING RESTAURANT. 11A cups soft bread crumbs
ing producer of medical
You'll like itBarbecue&Sea and inhalation therapy oxygen equip- 4 Tbsps. .melted butter Central Heating and Cooling '
Food ment. 3 egg yolks, beaten slightly Taylor made duct work from our own sheet metal shop PORTER

Specials Oxygen use in hospitals has 2 Tbsp. lemon juice
JOHN D. LAW
Hickory KingRestaurant tripled since World War II and 2 Tbsp. minced onion FUNERAL HOME

5 is still climbing by 10 per centa l/i cup minced celery LP Gas & Appliance Dealer
year according Chemetron. l/i tsp salt Brooksville Ph. 795-2341
Medical and engineerings AMBULANCEBENNETT'S
l/$ tsp. pepper
researchers have worked together -
_, Hwy 19 Crystal River, Fla. to broaden application of 3 egg white, beaten DRUGS AL OWENPainting SERVICE
Scald milk. Add bread
this vital therapy while at the
crumbs and butter. Beat until Rexall Drug

smooth. Combine with fish Contractor PHONE

,: flakes, egg yolks, lemon PHONE 726-2781 Estimates: and Quality

...\ x#. juice, onion, celery, salt and CITRUS COUNTY'SLEADING Work 7262271 er726mi
Serenity Is the theme at Moss Oaks Trailer Court, depicted In pepper. Fold in stiffly beaten DRUG STORE
photo above, where high and dry lots are shaded by majestic oak egg whites. Grease loaf TURNER CAMP ROAD
trees. Located just south of Inverness onHwy 41 the court offers pan. Turn in fish mixture Prescript ins Accurately Inverness

special year-around rates as well as trailers for rent. The Moss .L and bake at 350 Deg. F., Filled by MlaINVERNESS lfbrte,
Oaks, Is another reason why visitors love to stop In Inverness. for 35 minutes. Serve hot Competent Druggists RFD 1, Box: 193INVF.RNE&S.

with 6. a tomato sauce. Serves FLORIDA Phone '726.2696 > > FLORIDA


Moss Oaks A '
Crystal For the Best in Real Estate
W. C. ioU II GO HAIL & SON!
Trailer Court Sales let* GoBY SEE OR CALL

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High i -Dry--Shady tI ',::"":_"' "' .: Paradise FUIf e' Electrical Contractor: TV SERVICE

I: AOUl TS OtU Y SPACE.AVAD..ABLE BOB BREWSTER Major Appliance Repair N. B. (BOB) TROTTER ,
THIS o. aN. EtUtr, _
Estates Inc.
Special Yar.round Rat )fIre"" O"'ker Electrical Repairs 1 107 Appk* Ave
TRAILERS FOR RENT "' at', In A Name? Ret. Real Estate Broker
Fishermen use a lot of words Small Pump Motor SenriceHwy.
FULL ACRE most good a few bad and Postofflee Box 87HomosaM
41 S. Inverness 41
- i Hwy. some that don't seem to make North Inverness Spring, Florida.
(Less 25 ft. Road Rights) any sense at all. Local terms 11\111I111| iw.
Phone n -1212. that define fish and fishing PHONEi 795-2882:
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Phone 726-2845.
methods can confuse even pros.
If you don't know the difference

WEEKEND RETREATS S Per Cent Down "plu &in'between" It doesn't"chunkln"really* mat and PACKER s WEST COAST TITLE

S & S Fishing! Camp Choice hawitzka of River 7 locations.Crystal Chassa-River to ter.ca You're ting. safe But If sometimes you just ,stick say MOTOR .COMPANY COMPANY

Inverness, Withlacojchee Dollars A Month Mercury fishing experts, an understanding _
& Trailer Park Backwaters ((3)) Withlacoochee : of local expressions Hardware and 3Iarine Land Title l..eeSappUes'
River at Nobleton. can be very helpfuLLet's
SOME with private waterfront see if you can describe Per Ide -aNsa r r"I.Brlns .;
park, boat ramps& docks.Lower the method of fishing and spe- A Stratton THteWBffi lEl J1PA.1e sea
Withlacoochee Average size 60 x 140 from ,Money Back Guarantee Anytime cles of fish usually involved Air-Co led Motors Costctn Cabinet I.AM 0........
9 Miles W. of Dunnellon $395.00 to $595.00 $10.00 down. with the following terms: Wisconsin Motors Kitchen BemodeHar

Route 40 $10.00 per month. Write for High and Dry -1 1 Mile East of (cl(Lai) Jugging Skittering; Ill:; Cake(b) Mooching walking;; Fishlnr Tackle Mfil Work P. O, MHC M8FfeM
Boats Motors -Guides-Bait- brochure. TEN RIVERS REAL
(el Squidding; & (f) Notching. Phone 7952858CRYSTAL
resonalbe. "It's the best, ask ESTATE SERVICE. 4 mi. W of ANSWERS: 7M1M1.INVBRMEM.

anyone in Dunnellon. Dunnellon on S.R. 488. Phone Crystal River Airport On Highway 19 (Lai Skittering A method RIVER WELCH CABINET CO FU>*1DA
489.2071.BlltS used for catching bass with a
long cane pole and.bait, usuallyfish
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATIONCLIP strip or pork chunk. The I

bait along is danced the shore.across the surface Well! DrillingWells Local and Leag Dista met FLORAL CITY

AND MAIL TO: (b) Mooching Salmon fishing Movtag. ......utIW ....
Resort Oralge H. t81 technique using anchovies or From 2 to 8 Inches For Free Estimates, .aaA W W rww Pt. 0wP.
Fishing bait in the Pacific
De@eadabkservkeoMU
herring as Meyers Pumps
46. PIneBrook. New Jersey
Rt.
JAMES POMPEO. Northwest. Bales Serrke W If,
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Florida Clean Comfortable ------- --- (cl Jugging Catching cat '
Crystal! River, Cozy Call Crystal River
fish with set linea supported by Horn FHtiimiri Ci
I M oVn Cottages* ',__ Rooms"At r Name............................................................................ glass jugs or other floats. This 795-2299 II Ill..
E-vinrud: Motors Reasonable-Rates is used for both sport and com Call Dunnellon

GuldenBoats Address...............eo........................................................ mercial fishing in, the Mississippi Hunter 9.2 430 IIIvlIIIst r. ....
Please send more Information about Crystal Paradise Estates Valley.
Air Conditioning TV. .. ; (d) Cake walking Method
\._ Inverness'- ; Ph.j726-1821. ----- --' of skipping a deep-running plugor F. B. McCRAY Pfcoee 726-346 LIllI wort
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Mayflower.
Aero
bait across the bottom. Usedin Move by
Phone 795-7242 r 795-3147. Crystal River. Fla.
-, OR PHONE: Jack McGowan. northern waters for lake r-.19 S. Crystal Rivet Riom26206A .
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The CITRUS COUNT CHROWICLB May'. MM 7r A


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s Public NoticeIN NOTICE LEGISLATION

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

1. TO HARE NELjD THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Notice Is hereby given of intention ''I -

BUY JE RENT ( sWUHD THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR- to apply to the 1963 Sessionof for

CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND the Florida Legislature
passage of an act relating to
FOR CITRUS COUNTY.
j IN CHANCERY. Case No. 1605 Southwest Florida water management

MiscellaneousCOOL .Miscellaneous Real Estate, Real 'EstateFOR Public NoticeIN MARPER SUrrTO, INC.QUIET.a Florida TITLE corporation of Chapter district:61-691 amending, Laws section of- sr .,

Plaintiffvs Florida prescribing the area of

FOR SUMMER-Dacron. REEL & ROD service We MASONRY HOMES THE CIRCUIT COURT OF said district: providing an effective -

nylon, cotton cotton batiste trade and swap. BERT'S REEL EXPERTLY FINISHEDON SALE THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MARY S. NICKERSON, et aI, date.Publish .

slips and petticoats,sizes 32-44 SHOP, Glenn's Camp, 1st roadon YOUR LOT Three Bdrm. home plus 21/2 IN AND FOR CITRUS Defendants.NOTICE May 9, 1963 -* s fort this one .. ht rit.!"
$1.98 and up.MRS.REX HARRIS left, Rt. 44, S. Inverness. 2 Bedroom - - - 6950.00 acres of ground. Quite new COUNTY STATE OF FLORIDA TO APPEARIN

402 S. Apopka, Inverness. Ph. 35-tfc 3 Bedroom - - -- $7,350.00 and located about half way THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
726-2974. other models available.No IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 1595
18-3p Many between Homosassa Springsand FLORIDA, TO:
TV 'SALES Crystal River. On good SUITTO QUIET TITLE MARY S. NICKERSON, as the SNAPP REALTYExclusive
FOR SALE--5 1/2 ft. WalkIn down payment 10055 financed County road back less than JOHN N. OSSENFORT.Plaintiff sole heir at law of Charles E.

Freezer. See Leslie Mercerat Home Furniture tore:> Phone low monthly terms. We can mile from US 19. Reasonabledown Nickerson.deceasedP.G.DILLARD Sales Reoresentative of
the Orange Hotel, Inverness. 726-2922. We give the most make it easy for you to own your payment buy owner's -vs- : the heirs of F.M. LA-
18-3c 'for the old set when you trade home. SUSAN R. MON to-wit G.H. LAMON and
discount
equity at you carry REINNING.Defendant.
for a new TV. Good selectionof monthly payments of $61.40 his wife RUTH L. LAMON; R. INVERNESS HIGHLANDSSee

FOR SALE-One used 14' fish- used TV's $25 and up. Write for free brochure today. oar month incl. int. Write NOTICE OF SUIT E. LAMON and his wife LAURAL.

Ing boat. LAKEVIEW COT- P.O. Box 23 Leesburg Fla. STATE OF FLORIDA TO: LAMON; LULA PRIEST and Us for All Purchases
Palm and yard trees trimmedor 17-4c Joe L. Cobb Inc. SUSAN R. REINNINGYOU
TAGES, Hernando Fla. 18-3c her husband G.E. PRIEST; SA-
Sales Transfers of
removed. Phone Inverness ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED RAH LAMON and JOHN LA- or Equity

CLIENT has $1000 to $1500 to 726-1588. 19-1p FOR$1,500 SALE--$6000 mortgage, four cash bdrni.plus Parkview Bldg.Realtors Dunnellon. that a suit has been brought MON: ROBERT E.ROGERS al- Phones: 726-1241 or 726-2471
loan against you in the Circuit Court so known as Robert E.Rodgers,
real
on improved estate fort
block house, approx fouryearsold. Fla. HU 9-2261 or consult Mile South U.S. 41
in Highway
on
two to three years. M.C. SCO- of Citrus County Florida the heir of Ida Lamon Rogers
Large lake lot local broker. 15-tfc
Turner
FIELD Inverness. Fla. 5-tfc For RentFOR Rd. Ph. 726-2705. Camp 19-1c your Chancery, by JOHN N. OSSEN- also known as Ida Lamon Rod-

FORT, and you are required to gers; GEORGE DILLARD also
SNAPSHOT DEVELOPING at Delore> you buy..see. serve upon WILLIAM F. EDWARDS known as George F.Dillard the
For Sale: Lake Panasoffkee
ZELLER MUSEUM and studios RENT--Bring your boat of BRADSHAW & EDWARDS heir of Florence Lamon Dil
camera shop. Fas, courteous air-conditioned water front & water access ALIENS POINTGospel Plaintiff's Attorneys lard and his wife
by nature,quiet trailer lots. Paved streets. ; B. C. PEGG
quality service by experts. and peaceful furn. two room Central whose address ts Inverness ELLA G. PEGG;JAMES HOOP- No Money Down
water &boat
U$. 41 N. Inverness. 52-tfc apt. on lake TV bath,twin beds, basin. $795 $1295.system Liberal ( Island-Inverness) Florida a copy of your written ER; CITY OF HERNANDO a

private porch, carport utility ALL'WATERFRONTS2750. LOTS defenses to the Complaint in municipal corporation organized -

FOR SALE-PolaroId land room. $55 month. Hickory Hill Sumter terms. Realty Phone P.O.or Box write 243 said suit, on or before the 27th and existing under the laws Brand New 2 B.R. Home

camera and copier and extras. Retreats E. NEILL,Inverness.Ph. Phone 793-3202. & up.Jerms day of May 1963 and the original of the State of Florida (Citrus
RCA TV and stand$40. 14'boat. 726-2755. 17-tfc. Florida Bushnell of said written defenses shall County Florida); and to the unknown -
motor and trailer.6'refrigerator Ask your Realtor to shoW be filed with the Clerk of said husband or wife as the Move right in

$50. Ph. 726-2345. 19-3c FOR RENT-Three bdrm unfurn BEAUTIFUL( 2 1/2 & 5 acre you this fine property or Court. The purpose of this suit case may be, of each and everyof Complete for living ceramic bath carport screened
r : house on lake. Ph. 726-1283. tracts, river & lake access contact Wm. Spanjerowner) is-to quiet the title of the Plain- the natural persons who are
FOR SALE Building 25 x 40'and porch well, septic tank, insulation oil funuee.
used building materials. 18-3p hunt club privileges from $300 Dunnellon, Florida. tiffs to the property describedas parties defendant to this cause; garbage disposer, utility room, beautiful shaded lot
726-2926. per acre, terms. Owner Box Hunter 9-2663 : and to all unknown parties
Ph. moMh
JOHN MAURO 80 x 125. AU utilities in. $8,950.00 $75.00 per
17-3D. FOR RENT--Three room 38, Hernando. Fla. 726-1584 or FUR SALE-HOME, Keating Lots 76, 77, 78, 79, 80 and 81 claiming interests by, throughor total or $1350 down $55 month.VILLAGE .
$5.00 down. 120 AKC furnished cottage. 726-1347. 13-tfc Park Brand new two bdrm., LESS AND EXCEPT that part of against said named defendants per

breeds Puppies to choose from. MID- FOR RENT: Two room furn apt. LAKE TSALA APOPKA water- large lot tile bath,, electric said Lot 79 described as follows or any of them as heirs
FOR RENTORSALENewthreebedroom kitchen : Commence at the north- devisees legatees, grantees, ZAN-MAR Ftoral City
WAY FARMS KENNELS, Rt. 1, front new two bdrm. home all large screened patio
Box 751,Clearwater, Fla. 19-p home.MILDRED masonry, lots of cupboardspace with beautiful lake view circle east corner of Lot 79 and run successors, legal representatives -
OSSENFORT.Ph. patio and patio door, 8 x drive, easy term BILL KEAT- then west along the north line assignees,trustees,lien- 480.
1 Mile South on U.S. 41, 2 Blocks West on S.R.
FOR SALE--One boat trailer of 11.24
distance
of said
Lot
a
726-1371 18-tic 16 service and storage bldg. ING, Floral City, Fla. 13-tfc ors, creditors or otherwise Owner Developer.
ideal for flat bottom fishing feet to the Point of Beginning; claimants; and to all corpora- EDWARD L. JONES
2 mi. of
Landscaped N. Her
boat. Both tires and tubes FOR SALE--New, two bdrm. Phone 7261483It
are Wanted thence west 229.51 feet to an tions and other legal entities
Help nando on Flying Arrow Dr.; off
'new, standard hitch good winch State Rt.200. masonery home carport,utility intersection with the easterly whether their domiciles be foreign -
$6,250 $500 down.
with inch steel cable.If large lot lake privileges. of
quarter Will lease. room right-of-way line U.s. High- domestic or unknown, and
H. CALLAHAN
interested see or call J. A. WANTED AT ONCE--Man or 726-2988. 8-tfc Ph. $5900, $295 down and low mon- way No. 41, thence south 52deg. whether dissolved or existing,

RAMSEY Gospel Island. woman to supply families with thly payments.H.ROURKE,Box 14 min. 50 sec. east along said and including corporations and

Ph. 726216319tfc_ Rawleigh Products in W Citrus 14 C, RFD 1. Floral City Fla. right-of-way line 165.00 feet other legal entities not known to

Mothers Day Gifts, handbags Co. or Inverness. Many dealers Waterfront 17-3c thence east 40.83 feet thence be dissolved or existing and to

I earrings necklace sets, vases, earn $50 weekly part time, Homes TWIN PINES TRAILOR PARK. north 29 deg. 58 min. 30 sec. the unknown assigns succes- i; 17.'Coinop .
old fashioned sun bonnets? ,religious 5100 and up full time. Write lt@S east 116.55 feet to the Point of sors in interest trustees and

1 articles, etc. DUFFY'S RAWLEIGH Dept FA E 371,1 From $1,595.00 Vew and Used Trailers. Beginning, all according to a all other parties claiming by

EGG RANCH. Hwy 41 S. Floral Memphis, Tenn. 18-2p Direct to Gulf- Fresh and Large trailor lots-shade and plat thereof of Sportmen's Park through under or against any clean' '
City. 19-1c Salt Water good water. Recreation bldg. Subdivision, as recorded in Plat named corporation and legal en-
I 4. _. WANTED-TWO carpenters with Contact Fishing, and shuffle boards. Brooks- Book 2, Pages 39 and 40,public tity; and to all unknown parties ys

Need sumthinglookhereftrst.. tools to work for me at once. : ville Hwy 41 S. 10-tfc Records of Citrus County, Flo- and persons having or claim-

STUFF FER SALE. Hernando. CHARLES SEELEY Fort Cooper rida, ing to have any estate right
R.R. 1, Box 11, Inverness. Trotter's Realty and have the foundin laundry
We Buy Sell or Trade. Listings Neededl! to agreement title or interest in,or lien upon,
-_ 18-2c Official Record Book 47, Page the following described real
1 Homosassa Offices Coast-to-Coast 492 Public Records of Citrus property situate in Citrus County -
mechanic Springs
BAITSUMMER automobile
LIVE, Experienced needed. MAIN Telephone 795-2882 \County, Florida declared to be Florida, to-wit: is lighter

SPECIAL STREET, hand GARAGE tools Inverness.Ph. BUYERS From Everywhere! null and void and of no legal Lots 68, 69, and 70, that portion ,

..significance. of Main Street lying Southof
726-2828 after 6 p.m. 726- FOR SALE-Small furn. house STROUT REAL'IYMrs. WITNESS hand as Clerk
Shiners 750Worms doz. my Oak Street and West of U.s.
2184. 19tfcAVork.Wanted close to all stores. Priced for Annie brighter
V. Brown, and Seal of said Court at Inver- Route No. 41, and that portionof

immediate sale. Inquire 112 S. Branch Manager i 1{hess, Florida on this the 22nd Lots 71, 72, 73, and 74, lying

tLargest.., Pine fT Inverness*-'v*--*>,- -*. 18-3p ." Of ice Highway 4.1 South sf laY of April 1963. West of U.S. 'Route No. 41, all
inCitrus County. Fresh 'Inverness, FloridaPhone FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS, Clerkof being in the Town of Hernando, for less
FOR SALE--Lakefront home d
from worm bed to customer. WANTED-Part time houseworkor unfurn., two bdrm. two baths 726-2567 the Circuit Court as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page
Ts By Eula Mae Murphy D.C. 16, Public Records of Citrus
Live bait direct from hatchery.See baby sitting, by the hour. central heating, airconditioned. -
Publish April 25, May 2, 9. 16, Florida
,
Big Hearted BertGLENN'S Available anytime except Sat- 422 developed lots on Her HEARINGAIDSOnly County.
at urday. MRS D. MESAROSH Rt. nando lake. Prices reduced 25%. 1963. ---- AND ALSO.
CAMP1st 1, Inverness. 19-lp Must sell.Call 726-2346. 18-2p IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Commencing at the Southeast
Road on Left 528.95-Up. THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT corner of the Northwest 1/4 of
SECRETARY Mature, refined IN AND FOR CITRUS the Northeast 1/4 of Section 26,
Route 44 S Inverness, lady with accounting bankingand For Sale Free-Trial-Terms COUNTY STATE OF FLORIDA Township 18 South, Range 19

PUPPIES WANTED and AKC legal experience desires IN CHANCERY. #1602 East, Citrus County Florida, s
grown dogs. Cash paid, pick up position in Inverness area Lovely 2-Bedroom home, SUIT FOR DIVORCE go thence West along the South
service. Ph. 584-2964 Clearwater Write Chronicle Box No. 65E Completed December 1961. Landscape NurseryTwo ALTA MAE PARKERPlaintiff. line of the Townsite of Hernando costs so little to use self-service

Fla. 19-p Inverness. 19-tfc On the water masonry con- -vs- as recorded in Plat Book 1,
struction, ceiling heat com-i' outlets 16 Public washers and dryers. Yet laundry comes
FOR SALE--Electric motor, CHARLES PERCY PARKER Page Records of Ci-
ERRORSIn pletely furnished. 1 mile East on Hwy. 44 Defendant. trus County Florida a dis-
used for
Jet Pump, Dayton capacitor cleaner than it ever could at home.
motor,8.4 amp., 1/2 H.P. event of an error in an advertisement Only $10,500 and at Sportsmen'sPark NOTICE TO APPEAR tance of 50 feet to a point on

l 60 cycle 3450 R.P.M. $35. on the part of the J. T. O'NEAL REALTOR, STATE OF FLORIDATO the Westerly right-of-way line Save
en fry ctonMgiKOIN
Publisher it will furnish the advertiser -
OR SEE THE REALTOR OF of 41 66 foot
Thomas Real Estate Rt. 41, : CHARLES PERCY PAR U.s. Route No. (a
,Inverness. Fla. 19-1c a letter so worded as to YOUR CHOICE. Public Notice KER, whose last known addressIs road as it now exists) to the
explain the said error and the c/o B1ackCreekHotelRochester Point of Beginning; continue KLEEN Laundry-Dry Cleaning
Fans, stoves refrigerators publisher shall be otherwise relieved FOR SALE--New, large two BY PUBLICATION
NOTICE New York. thence West along the said South Main Street Inverness
freezors, clocks antiques you from responsibilitythereof. bdrm. masonry home custom NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN You are hereby required to file line of the Townsite of Hernando Nexi to Jiffy StoreSUMTER m
name it. STUFF FER SALE. .
cabinets electric kitchen tile that undersigned,desiring to written defenses, if any in a distance of 281.72 feet.
Hernando. The CHRONICLE will not be bath terrazzo floors screened under the your
in business this the
engage
the above proceeding in more or less to a point on
responsible for more than one porch two utility rooms. $8,750 fictitious name of The Little
ART SUPPLIES, OUSt Water Court on or before the 3rd dayof Easterly right-of-way line of
Brushes Pal- incorrect insertion. After an ad plus lot. Large live oak trees Flower Shop at 101 Line St.. Inverness -
'colors Pastels June, 1963 and a copy sentto the ACL Railroad;thence Southeasterly -
ettes, Varnish, Drawing Pads. is ordered, it cannot be canceled access to Lake Tsala Apopka Fla. intends to register the office of O. Frank Scofield along the said Easterly -

Available NOW at WALT CON- or changed before initial pub Duval Island, Floral City. the said name with the clerkof County Court House,Inverness, right-of-way line of the ACL

_ NOR'S OFFICE SUPPLY In- lication Terms. C. WILLIAMS Owner. the circuit court of Citrus Citrus County Florida, the nature Railroad, a distance of 14.91 COUNTY
COPY
18-4c
verness. 13-tfc County. Florida. of which proceeding being feet; thence East and parallelto
The CHRONICLE reserves the Real Estate Wanted-- Dated at Inverness Florida line of the
DON'T lose Acreage, Action for Divorce. the said Sot.h
STOP eating, weight
safely with Dex-A-Diet. Weeks right advertisement of revising which or rejectingany it farms ranches of all sizes. If this day of April 29, A.D.1963. DONE and ORDERED at Inverness Townsite of Hernando. a distance FARMERS MARKET. lIE.

supply only .98#. BENNETT'S siders and con- the price is right we can handle Mrs. Louise Vann Citrus County, Florida of 281.72 feet to a point on
objectionable to it. J. T. O'NEAL Realtor Mrs. Winoma Killingsworth 1963. the right-of-way line
DRUGS, Inverness Fla. 14-8c change the classification of this 29 day of April A.D. Westerly
any Inverness Fla. Owners FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS of U.s. Route No. 41; thence Located On State Hwy. 471
advertisement from that ordered Date of first publication 2,
May
Clerk Circuit Court North along the said Westerly
SEE US for FREE estimates on this to conform to the policy of E.D. Neill 1963 By Virginia S. Williams. D.C.O. right-of-way line of U.s. Route Webster, Florida

Air Conditioning. HERNANDO newspaper. Publish May 2, 9, 16, 23, 1963. Frank Scofield No. 41, a distance of 14.91 feetto

GAS CO, Brooksville Fla. Ph. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY General contractor Attorney for Plaintiff the Point of Beginning. Said
Brooksville 796-4225 or Inverness NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
A WATKINS ROUTE in this area Inverness Florida. lands lying in and being a partof
726-2595. 13-tfc is open for semi-retired man. & Builder that"NOTICE the IS HEREBY GIVEN Published: May 2, 9, 16, 23, the Southwest 1/4 of the
undersigned, desiringto
1963. Northeast 1/4 of Section 26,
or lady. Many semi-retired HICKORY HILL RETREATS in business under the _
Fiberglass & MaterialsFor engage 18 South 19
Township
Range
people earn $50.00 to $100.00per
Roure #1- Hifchwav 44 fictitious name of Beverly Hills NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTO Citrus Florida. t
week depending on time devoted East County,
Boats to Route. Also have 3 miles East of Inverness Novelty) Shoppe at Beverly Hills WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that a
one Phone 726-2755 Blvd Beverly Hills,. Route 491 Notice is hereby given of intention suit has been brought against
Set full time Route
open.Maybe you Free plans service P.O. Box #1, Lecanto Florida to apply to the 1963 you in the Circuit Court of Ci-
can qualify. For Interview
personal
available intends the said Session of the Florida Legislature -
ED WHITACRE Financing to register trus County Florida in Chan- -
in write
,
area 4
your J.H. Lots for Sale name with the clerk of the circuit for passage of an act re- cery, by MARPER, INC. a Flo- r z
44wlthlacoochee McGarity, Box 627, Williston. !
Koute Fla. 19-3c For a Square Deal court of Citrus, County, lating to Citrus County;authorizing -riday corporation, as Plaintiff,

River Try ERNIE NEILL Florida. board of county commis- to quiet its title to said land,
Phone J48-52.3 t J & K REPAIR SHOP-We do all Dated at Inverness Florida sioners to repay any loan from and you are hereby severally
kinds of washing machine re- FOR SALE--Two furn houses this day of April 26, S.D.1963. the trustees of the internal improvement required to file (personally or
Your HOME FURNITURE \ pairs. Kenmore and RCA Whirl- one at $4000 and one at $4500.In Mrs. Elsie Krummerich fund out of race track by attorney) with the Clerk of
STORE is authorized FJUGI- city lake access. DB FE5KE funds received
to
Owner pursuant
pool our specialty. Work guar- said Court and to serve upon
PAIRE and MAYTAG appliance anteed three months. Next to 505 W.Lakeshore Dr. InvernessPh. Date of first publication May chapter 550 and 551, Florida CHAPPELL DUNN &MILLER

Dealer. We service what we J & KMotel Inverness. Ph.726- 726-2872. 19-3c 2, 1963. StatutUes; providing an effect- Plaintiff's attorneys whose address For sale Home Crown Central Florida imported

sell. 38-tfc 2622. Publish 2, 9, 16, 23, 1963.FISH'n ive date.Publish.
19-tfc_ FOR SALE--260 frontage on May is7NortflMagnoliaStreet Vegetables Fruit Nursery Stock and a consider-

GRAVELY TRACTORS- New UMBRELLA tent wanted.' Call Homosassa road, next to Julian April 25, May 2, 9, Ocala Florida,your written defenses able variety of home made products.

rebuilt, parts, repairs. Leeson's Trailer Park Inverness Locklear home. Price $1600, 1963. if any, to the Complaintin

ROGERS AUTOMOTIVE, 726-2951. 18-lp. terms, see MC. SCOFIELD I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION said suit on file with the Vegetable Market every Tue4ay
Tavares. Ph. 343-3071. 43-tfc i; owner, Masonic Temple building GIVEN Clerk of said Court on or be-
WEST COAST CONCRETE &. Inverness, Fla. OnLake FUNJ-J that NOTICE the undersigned IS HEREBY,desiring:to fore the 10th day of June 1963, 6 A.M.'till about 12 Noon
I!
DIRECT FROM FACTORY PAVING INC., BROOKSVILLEPhone in business under the which day and date is hereby
Week Wachee 596-2011 'LAKE Tsala Apopka 3 fine Tsala engage of Koin Kleen fixed as the Return D-y of this
Fiberglass panels Flat or .or 596-2044 weekend lodges different loca- fictitious name Inverness, Notice to Appear. Live stock Auction in the afternoon

corrugated. For roof or tions, all on waterfront, priced Laundry at Main If you fail to do so. a Decree
sidewall. From ft. from I-la. intends to register the said
29t I
sq Cement blocks for all types o from $5500 to $7500 Paul rigf LAKE Sites Pro Confesso will be entered
with the clerk of the circuit -
Boats repaired} or fiber- construction radio control tran- nac Real Estate. Box 38, Her- view, I I name court of Citrus County, against you for the relief demanded Hog Sale :I.. 12:30 P.M.
Ilassed.Fiberglass. sit mix.Complete. I1ano, Ma. 726-1584. 13-tfc NEW HOMES I'OK SALE Mornla. in the Complaint.

Cloth inat New nine room masonry'home,, IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Dated at Inverness Flornla, Witness my hand as Clerk and
line of Masonry FINANCING ARRANGEDSEF the seal of said Court this 6
Hardener two ceramictilebaths.twofireplaces. this of 13, A.D. 1963. Cattle Sale .1 P.M.Lamar
cleaner, etc. day April day of 1963.FRANCIS .. .
Resin only $6 gal materials Wall to wall carpeting in Our Model Homes in William G. Barrett May.
living and dining room on 30 W. WILLIAMS Clerk .
GARDENS -
LAKE-TSALA Frances Barrett
K.
Leaking l'I.ulS'or sidewalls I .All kinds of paving jobs..largeor acres cleared. $28,000,12)( mi. of Circuit Court,Citrus Couety
can be plastic BEL-AIR Owners Hall Auctfonc
coated or 7-tfc MornteDy ,
small. : S.E. of Inverness. sold
Being by *
Hberglassed and POINT O'YVOODS Date of first publication April
sealed for : Virginia': S. William D.C.
I ever. Du it yourself 1ot raaw Wl orld'sargest owner. Ph. 796-4875. 8-tfc. lR. 1963.l'ublb4i CIIAIM'IiLL. I IX WN fc MILLFR Producers ad lMdWld.ab wdoomt .IUl. +tt yon..y

I'ONTUON MIC;. CORP. IN CRYSfAL RIVER Mobil? VAL ENTERPRISES April. IK, 25, May 2, 9, Attorneys lor .Plaintiff buy as much or as little a* your >w.. --.
Hwy 41 N. 2 1/2 bomesices oo U.S. 19 S., 70 X Iw":3.
mi. Auto taujnct Ca. 7 North
Magnolia Street
Bntoksvilie, Florida .... 75, all with central water. $25' Ifouie Builders Developers kala, I.It..1a Attention Houcewtfa: xyoura sn'taeS.tYamlt ko
INSUUNC StinHjrtMa down and $10 mo. Contact u 41 Inverness 726-2401 to operation you've! raiSMd a real >.-.
L Stets Faa Apt It pays to advertise.
FLORA VEAL, owner at 795- (1 Mi.Sot Courthouse)
Chronicle Want Ads Pay StitsTm Mutual Aotonabfe tovanc Co.PtnmCmttRinr 2822 or 7952410.tlc lliblLsli' May 9. 1*. 23, 30. l *xJ
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Shirley Sommers Given Bridal ShowerMrs. County's WestSide Hailed AsTops'



Lillian Peters and Mrs. Miss Sommers, daughter of Mr. _
Elmer GroYer were hostessesat and Mrs. Warren J. Sommers By Newspaperman

a bridal showerlastSaturdayevening of West Market Street, Crystal
, to honor Miss Shirley River, is a member of thisyear's state's
top pbotograpbers.1beywere
By LAURA ZIMMERMAN of "boosters", he added "Cry-
Somniefs) Whole
engagement high school graduating also the
Recently a Chattanooga accompanied ty stal River certainly has one in
Rodebiiih paper
Jerry of Tampa was class. yeR ;
Her will be
wedding at\ two accommodating young officers -
announced was handed to me by a former John Dotson".
ieVeral months ago. event of Saturday. 22nd at : ? of the
June ny Conservation De-
:. resident of that city. It shows P.S.--It was the tatter who
The shower was held at the the First Methodist Church of partment Marion Oliver and
American y that Crystal River and vicinity presetted the News-Free Pressto
Legion Hall which River. -
Crystal 1T ; is noted for it's and Dick Moody. C.R. which I
beauty your reporter)
,
was decorated with spring flow- v
:
r Their moving stock consistedof
ers by Mrs. Ford Campbell. ;: splendid accomodations and realize is "too good to keep".
Carla Dawn" 18-foot
that this fact
is known
Soloists, who entertained witha Hosts WSCS School Y 'a. .a, the country. throughout glasspar cruiser, a 17-foot
program of music were: sportsman model Sportscraft
Mrs. Adelina Davis Anne Lev- The officers training schoolof The article was written by runabout, each powered with 75-
E.T. Bales, Chattanooga
News-
Ins. Irene Roberts and BettySue the Women's Society of Ya h.p. Johnson Electramatics and
Free Press editor who
Williams. Twenty-five of Shir-. Christian Service was hosted sports also a regular unit of the Con-
visited
ley's friends showered herwJth last Thursday by the Inverness Crystal River King'sBay servation's Dept. patrol an 18-
Homosassa River and the
beautiful useful gifts. Methodist Church. Nine district foot runabout.Mr. .
Assisting Mrs. Peters In officers were present and Mrs. Yankeetown communities re- Bales writes of exceptional -
Myrtle Grant of St. Petersburg cently. The article was head-
serving were Mrs. Mae Campbell accomodations furnished to

and Mrs. Harley Levin, presided over the meeting lined "All-Outdoors Cruises visitors in Crystal River,nam-
ing the Port Paradise Hotel
on
Crystal River Favorite of Many
a + Fishermen.' King's Bay and our new elegant

The paper devoted more thana Paradise Plantation Hotel and
full page to the beautiful scen- Motel, along with others such as
:t: ery of Crystal River and King's the Crystal Lodge Motel,where
his home"
Bay. nine large photographs of party was "at in the
this area confirm the editor'sbelief new unit by the river and which
rft'I that this is "God's Country was built by John R. Dotson, a
". former Chattanoogan, and is

Bales was accompanied on his owned by Mr. and Mrs.Charles
Are You A BEARin trip by Elgin White sports editor K. Miller. KEEP YOURWEDDING
F
Mr. Bales of the "fab-
of the Florida News Bureau, writes
WINNERS IN THE DISTRICT contests held last week at Apopka are these members of the Citrus and ulous Paradise golf course"and STORY
Johnny Johnson one of the
hot weather? Chapter FFA parliamentary procedure team, composed of ((1-r: front) Bobby Henigar Fred White- "famous as the area is for
law. David Robers (back 1-r) Kenneth Lancaster Jack Edson and Lonnie Nichols. Whitelaw again fishing, fresh and salt water, ALIVE FOREVER

Get Coleman captured district honors in the public speaking competition. --photo by Tannehill HOMOSASSAMRS. Crystal River has neither the between the covers

VINCENT HAVENSMr. appearance nor atmosphere ofa
fishing center. Instead, the of one of ottr

Local FFA Lads RiverRamblings and Mrs. George Lowe tourist might easily pass right 'Wedding Album
POLARPAK Crystal were surprised by two daughters through town without suspecting
and a daughter-in-law,plus that it is one of the fastest- The whole true Mary
Take District grandchildren last week. The growing recreational areas on of your vre difag m

next day, the Lowe's went with the west coast." color or in our tpecialiy
Waterless Central
Cooling Contest Honors them to New Port Richey to sur- In conclusion, the sports edit- finished print. . .

By LAURA M. ZIMMERMAN prise another sister,mary Jane or adds, 'Probably the biggest made just for yea fcy
ONE compact unit Holland and their family. Mrs. drawing card in Crystal Riveris one of our skilled
The Citrus Chapter FFA returned Mr. and Mrs. F.L.Stephens of weekend with her parents, Mr. Edna Mae Mitchel and son Wes the presence of a number of candid photograyhm.ZELLERO'NEAL.
cools your whole homeAt to Inverness last Friday Tampa have been spending the and Mrs. Grady Black. ley. Mrs. Rosalee Bromley and hotels, motels and lodges,' in

afternoon beaming over their past few weeks at their vacation Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mac Mrs. Norman Lowe and son addition to vacation cottages, ....
last, here's CENTRAL air achievements in the district home at Homosassa. They were Donald whose former home was Mark left Thursday for New which provide accomodations at }t f '
conditioning. budget-priced and contest held in Apopka. guests of Mr. and Mrs. VinelS. in Detroit Mich. have recently Smyrna Beach to see another a price to fit any pocketbook." n _. _::1
designed for every size home. The local lads had good rea- Lewis at the Seminole supper moved into one of their new sister Mrs. Joe Jones before As for food he states: "It was .I. -y r

son for their delight, having set party. Mr. Stephens: and Mr. apartments:: on Third Avenue. returning home to Salisbury, at thewell-knowuHinson's Res-
New waterless unit out to win in the contest and doing Lewis were formerly associated These apartments have been Maryland. taurant (Homosassa Springs)
cools, dehumidifies, ventilates, .just that. It was a good day that a of area 'boosters'
the group
in banking business in completed by John H. Dotson Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Byrd also
filters. No plumbing( And for their faculty advisor Rich- hosted a fish dinner for
Tampa. Mr. Stephens is an builder in the last several enjoyed grandchildren Becky our par
Polar-Pak actually has two ard Kelly too. executive of the Bay Paving and weeks, and Mr. MacDonald will and Butch Byrd and their mother. ty on the evening of our arrivalat U.S. 41 No. Inverness
complete cooling systems. On The chapter had won out in the Constructing Company that is have his new home started in Mrs. "Boots" Byrd last Crystal River. And speaking Phone 726-2771
mild days, only one system sub-district contest in the parliamentary now starting operations in this Crystal Shores Estates in the week.
works 81 ash i electricity procedure and public
ng
community.Mrs. near future. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Welty spent
bills. In hot weather, both sys- speaking .phases. They also A.D. Williams Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Burford Friday with her sister and family -
tems go to work. copped district honors last Fri- Mrs. William E.Oyler left Mon have returned from a two week at Eustis. The AMBASSADOR Model On

day.Making day for a two weeks vacation in trip to Louisana and Texas. Mrs. W.L. Pratt and family
Polar-Pak: fits anywhere:attic up the parliamentary Nassau. from Orlando were here Sunday 44e 7uila ,1
crawlspace, basement even procedure team are Fred
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Blackre- looking over recent improve-
outdoors. Works with your present Whitelaw, Lonnie Nichols, David Floral and old friends.
turned home last Wednesday after CityBy ments visiting
heating system or independently Roberts, Bobby Henigar,
a vacation trip in Orlando, While here they spent a short
with any type ductsor Kenneth Lancaster and Jack Ed- Haines City and Miami. NANCY N. WEBB time with her aunt and uncle,
exclusive Coleman Blend- these have
Now
a
son. youths
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L.Hammond Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Pratt Sr.
Air system. Let us show you good chance of winning the up- entertained Mrs. Hammond's FLORAL CITY-Newcomers Mr. and Mrs. Julius Howard
how easily you can have central coming area competition.
brother-in-law and sis here are Mr. and Mrs. Car] and three sons from Largo were
cooling this summer. Call for Whitelaw is again district
her for the weekend.
ter Mr. and Mrs. Don Taeglowof Walden of Tampa who purchased Otherout-
free I winner in the
survey public speaking
Orlando over the past week- the home of Roy and Ruth, of-town guests were Mr. and
contest. He will likely be area
Mrs. Wilson of
Clearwater
Kidd on Lake Consuella. J.W. -
and has excellent end.Mr.
winner an and Mrs. Leslie Slade, Also Fred Woydick who pur- ; Mr. and Mrs. A.A Schultz
chance'of becoming state win- left on Saturday for a vacationof chased block #8, opposite the! of Dunedin; Mr. and Mrs. H.J.
LOW ASGREEN'S
The likable senior,who has
ner. several months at their Baptist church and is building L Derivan of Atlanta and N.W. '
T:1I-j: been a most active FFA mem- Sells and Creed Starnes from ,
northern home in New Boston Florida room onto his trailer,,
ber throughout his years at the
$5.50 from Washington, D.C. anc I Johnson City, Tenn.
local school, missed out in the N.H.Mr.
and Mrs. M.D. Fountain more recently St. Petersburg.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jacobsen 2-3 Bedroom Models from $6840
PER WEEK state contest last year by only enjoyed a week's trip in south- Daisy Love is entertaining . and son Bobby of Clearwaterenjoyed
three points. His speech is en-
ern Florida recently.Mrs. her daughter Mrs.Mar)r the weekend at their & horn
titled "The Economic Importance These gracious charming **.
Leland Hiatt of Gaines- Thigpen and grand-daughter, home here.
As for of the Agriculture. ville visited her aunt, Mrs. 1 Daisy, of Jacksonville and o n Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nales and in beautiful, well planned common-
parliamentary team,
Ralph Castle at her home in the weekendMilleageThigpeno:f r children were guests of Mr.
Kelly pointed out that this is the Southern and W.C. Brannan last week. ties offer
Highlands, to attend Indian Rock Beach and the Harry
first time in the chapter's his-
the luncheon-meeting of Capt. G. Pratt Jr. and fam-
Johnsons of Tampa were vi *
A the tory district that this team has won in the Crystal River Woman's Clubat siting Mrs. Love. ily of Orlando and Mr.andMrs. Relaxed Livi lExeeHllt

competition. Paradise Plantation Hotel Dr. and Mrs. Harold Boni-. Frank W. Pratt and family of *

Monday noon when Mrs. Castle field are vacationing inMarion, Tampa were guests of their Fishmf
DAV Meets became president of the club. Ind. While there Dr. Bonifielc i father and step-mother Mr.and

Monday Mr. and Mrs. Vinel S. Lewis will attend the anniversary. Mrs. J.G. Pratt Sr. over the Hearth & ...".i .s
weekend.
will drive to Tampa Saturday ner at Indianopolis of his grad-
FUEL GAS SERVICE Citrus County Chapter,Dis- to attend the annual banquet: and uating class from the Indian*L Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Green and
abled American Veterans will installation services of the University Medical SchooL her parents from Plant City Stfptrb. Vales
meet Monday at the American American Institute of Banking.Mr. Mrs. J.M. Jennrette has beer 1 spent the weekend in the area.
Legion Hall at 8 p.m.All mem- Lewis is a president "63" display homes to
101 South Pine Street INVERNESS past entertaining house guests Mr Visit our new
bers are urged to attend as important this organization. and Mrs. C.M. Jenrette Jr.,, Lake Tsala Gardens Bel-Air Point O'WoodtNew
Telephone 726-1111 cussed. matters will be dis Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cuc- her son and daughter-in-law o:f Nurses Visit Office homes for sale and immediate occupmcy.

carese and children spent the Raleigh N.C. their childrei 1

Helen and Buddy andMrs.Helen . The registered nurses of theand
Newnham, of Atlanta Ga. :I 26th district of the Florida Nur- VAL

This May Be The Dick Jenrette of New YorlCity. ; ses Assn., enjoyed a tour of Dr.
J.M. Jenrette, who suf. S.C. Harvard's new offices in -
Largest Chronicle fered a heart attack three week: Brooksville last Thursday. \ :

ago is reported to be improv Mrs. Harvard decorated the
Today's Chronicle may con- at Citrus Memorial Hospital, refreshment table and Miss De-
tain the greatest number of Guests of Jim-and Stella Love borah Cappleman conducted the \
pages'in the history of the news- over the weekend were the it tour.

paper. daughter and family, the E.O,, A number of registered nurses
This issue is made up of 32 Copelands of Dunedin the ii from Dade City,Brooksville and Home Builders and Community Devekgers
pages, 16 of which are standardsize children Mike and Kenny o:f Inverness attended the event. UJ5. 41 ((1 mile S of courthouse) l vsnusa 786-2401
I and 16 prepared in tabloid Tampa. Patricia Copeland re
I format and size. turned home with her parents

: Last September we were privileged after visiting her grandparents .....-.
: 1eQm'nceTMS to prepare the 'Citrus Ivan and Marie Morris ar -
/
dll"l18 County Showcase" edition which spending a month in Windfall
.
reached 26 pages. Ind.
We point with pride to this Mr.and Mrs.Melvin Thompson \ O
and every issue of The Chronicle and daughters Terrie and Deb- '

and thank our advertisersand bie of Indpendence, Mo. are visiting -
i news contributors who are Mrs.Thompson's parents
has
stoiy making possible the continued Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Higginboth- THE BUNGALOW TEA ROOMOn
growth of the county newspaper. im.

a ppyendin ; j

FC Fire DepartmentHas

Visual Meeting Route 41 South of

of Route 491 at Holder
FLORAL CITY--Pictures ,

We are not going broke, we are not moving our store to another town. fire drills scenes of actual firefighting Florida
and equipment were on

We have enjoyed a lucrative business in the thriving city of Crystal : 4xrp %ar the agenda: for the local volun- if
River. teer fire department Thursday
a night during the regular meet- S

Our reason for closing the Crystal Electric: Co. is: we have a mush- ing..compliments of Leonard
rooming business out of the state. We are obligated to spend all of our Jankowski and Maurice John-
time in it's operation. : son.
In the business session Marion
Our Business IsTo ', ,
,
This being the drastic : Myers and Reno Hey were : -
case, savings are being passed on to you in a \
STORE CLEARANCE SALE. : Help Preserve made honorary members. My- ; Noon Luncheon owl.
ers donated a door to the new '

TVs, Electric Ranges. Clothes Dryers Stereos Frying Pans HairDryers Your Loved Ones I meeting room and hey wired Evening M.ds.Featuring .

Irons Mixers SWeepers Air Conditioners. Heaters Pots and the room. Both membershipswere 1 Sunday
Pans, Electrical Equipment. COME LOOK accompanied by letters of
Names In Ageless appreciation. Dinners
ALL MUST GO s Family
'
Discussion of the fire alarm

Stone. Visit Us And and the distance it can be heard
resulted in a decision to seek a
larger one through the Civil De-
See Our Displays fense.A .


CRYSTAL ELECTRIC INC. : LaPerleMemorials appointed nominating for next committee year's slateof Wflltam lCatricz.
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officers. John Zellner is Proprietor'J
chairman. The department will

CRYSTAL RIVER meet next on May 22.
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I Rotary Honors Local NativeEDITOR'S The CITRUS. COllNTY. CHRONICLE



( NOTE--"The Hampton doesn't confine his

Hub" publication of the Rotary communicating to the printed 73rd YEAR NUMBER 19
Club of Tampa, honored with page. He makes an average of SECTION B THURSI AY May 9, 1963w

full front page article and pictures two to three speeches a week to
one of its distinguished civic clubs and school groups
officials Hampton Dunn a native (including numerous organiza-
of Floral City. Much of the tions throughout Citrus County).
article written by Louis Benito The boy who wrote Scout,
is published here. The person- school and church news; the
ality sketch is entitled "Riling. x young man who wrote college
Roads, Reform and Rotary' .) . jHAMPTON and sport news; the newspaperman
Hampton Dunn; is a man with a who wrote state and local
talent for writing. news; the Air Force major who
And he has kept that talent wrote war news as public information -
well employed since he wrote officer with the 12th
his first published story at the Air Force in the Mediterranean 4
age of twelve in Floral City. is still writing.
That first piece was a report ofa When he's not busy editing the 55
Boy Scout meeting and it ran Florida Explorer, he is writing
in thg Brooksville Sun. He received for his Rotary Club Hub,for his
no money for this first church Bulletin and for maga-
effort to hir print, but he was J zines such as Trend and Florida
awarded a Gold Quill. Newspaper News.
Since that time. Hampton's He has started writing a book.
writing earned his education, DUNN At least he has already written
earned his living and earned the title! page "High Jinks on
many accolades.As for the Athletic Department.He the Highways. '
a Boy Scout. H-mpton reported became the second editor of the Hampton Dunn is a man who +
all Scout events for the campus newspaper and was co- can sleep well because he Is aS =
weekly newspaper. While still editor of Tampa U's firstyearbook. doing his job well. He is serv-
in the eighth grade, he published ing his club, community and
his own mimeographed news- But before his graduation, the country in a very special way.
paper, "The Floral City Her- laws of economics made Hampton He's a man whose"talent is well .Y
ald," He wrote the news printedit decide to leave the shelteredlife employed."
and delivered It to friends at the University for a full

and neighbors. time job with the Tampa Daily VFW To Install SHOWING OFF the nice bracelet presented as outgoing presi-
Hampton was influenced Times. At the Times Hampton
greatly dent of the Pinbusters Bowling League is Jean Connors. Admir-
by his eighth grade teacher started as a cub reporter and Hernando Post, Veterans of ing the gift is Nell Jordan incoming vice president and one of
Mr. Edwin Broening, now with advanced step by step through Foreign Wars, will install officers the top bowlers in the league. photos by Tannehill
the State Education Departmentin every newspaper beat until he at a meeting Friday night.
Tallahassee. Mr. Browning became managing editor. May 10.Lee .
At Port Paradise BanquetPinbusters
encourage Hampton to read ser- During his 20 years with the Berkowitz will be installedas
ious books and gave him a volume Times, Hampton launched many Commander. Other officersare

of Shakespeare inscribed reforms, including the campaigns Frank Devito, Vice-Com- THE WINNING TEAM proudly poses with their first place awards. The Bowles Lumber Company
'Boy," read Shakespeare and! to utilize Tampa's riverfront mander; William Bonney, Jun- Award team is composed of, left to right: Jan Crose, Irene Jones, Estelle Scott (captain), Elsie Van
grow And Hampton grew. which is now being realized ior Vice-Commander; D. D. Nortwick and Louise Mills
In .high school he wrote a and to remove the rail- Smith Chaplain; Saul Jacobs,
weekly column on school events road tracks from downtown Quartermaster and Vance Wat- Winning
for The Citrus County Chronicle. Tampa. He crusaded for honest 3-year-Trustee.. Other appointive Trophies
He also played high school elections and good government.He offices will be filled
football and basketball, and was kept a watchful eye and a by Commander Berkowitz fol- It was Bowles andbowlinglast Metz Builders tying for first -q
manager of the baseball team. ready pen on the state legisla- lowing installation. Thursday evening at Port Para place and Acme Hardware of
His English teacher wrote ture session after session.He dise as Sportsman's Bowl held Hernando getting second place.
about Hampton In the school an- earned a reputation as a Retired its spring banquet for membersof Susie LeMay was recognized as
nual. "Whether it's football, political oracle with his col- EmployeesWill the Pin Busters League of the most improved bowler.High = q;
baseball basketball, classroomor umn, "Palm Tree Politics." Meet_ MondayThe women keg knockers.A series honors went to Acme
school paper, he's the man to This column was must readingfor handsome "Sponsor's Tro Hardware, Metz Builders and
do his part." politicians throughout the Hernando-Citrus chapter phy" was donated by Bob Las- Bowles Lumber, with individual tF
At Mercer University, Hampton state and was widely quoted.In 776, Retired Federal Employees siter to Norman Bowles, whose high series winners being Jan
earned his way in college by 1946 he received the Associated will meet at the Inverness Bowles Lumber Company team Grose Estelle Scot and Edith f 'tt" .
doing free lance reporting for Press Award for the"Best FPL next Monday at 12:30 p.m.A rolled up the winning figure in Cumberland. High game went to
''I the Macon Telegraph and News. News Story of the Year." covered luncheon will precede the winter season. Las sit er Jan Crowe Nell Jordan with
His first assignment was to After the Times was sold in the regular meeting.A presents this trophy at the end Ann Zalencki and Jane Price F>
cover a Baptist city-wide revival 1958, Hampton moved to Miamias report of the state con- of each winter season.Trophieswere tying for third; high averageto r Ali LiI
conducted by Rev. Mor- political analyst and news vention proceedings will be presented to members of Maxine Edwards. I
decai Fowler Hamm, who is commentator for a television made along with other business the team. I Jean Connors, outgoing president -
famous for having converted station.' In 1959 he returned to of interest to members. Bob Simon, proprietor of ,of the Pinbusters League,
Billy. Graham. Tampa to become Public Rela- Retired federal employees are Sportsman's Bowl also had presided over the banquet,
It was Hampton's writing tal- tions Director forthe Peninsula invited to attend.Contact presi- award presentations for mem- which catered to approximately
ent that brought him to Tampain Motor Club. "He Is editor of dent Tom Haught or secretary bers of Dampier's Mannequins 70 persons. Following the ban-
1935. While he was still attending the Florida Explorer, the Pen- George Schultz. who missed out on the first place quet a short business sessionwas
Mercer, Hampton was ., insula Motor Club publication r awards by only four pins. held with new officers being -
offered a full scholarship by the with circulation. two times There were other awards including pominated..and their unanimous -
University of Tampa to handle'., greater than"that of the old Tampa - :-SUBSCRIBE'IO.: a cash prize for high ? election. New league r
public relations and publicity Daily Times. THE CHRONICLE game, with Bowles Lumber and president I s Sharon Bertine
with Nell Jordan as vice presi-

J . . dent tary-treasurer.and Estelle Scott secre-

The league presented Mrs.
Connors and outgoing secre-
tary-treasurer Jane Price witha
.
bracelet and necklace :\
respec- .. \ .
tively. Mrs. Price has been .
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secretary-treasurer of the lea- If \ IQ.
Banking has come along: way since the days of gue since its formation two

} the quill pen and The Bank of Inverness is justly years ago. TROPHY WITH A SMILE--Norman Bowles of Dunnellon is presented the Sponsor's Trophy by
Miss Carlene Stillfried as Mrs. Bowles and Elfred "Bob" look
Mrs. Davis Honored Lassiter on. The handsome award
proud of it's position among banks in Florida in was donated by Lassiter. The Bowles Lumber Company team took league honors at the bowling

this progress. With Surprise Party_ banquet.:

A surprise birthday party
honored Mrs. Edwin Davis on

Yourbankhas.enJ'oyed consistent i healthy I Tsala Satuday Gardens.at the Davis home in

-; growth in i Citrus County and today we look The theme for the affair was S
Derby Day" as Mr. and Mrs.
toward the future with keen anticipation.) Our Davis formerly resided in _

county and its' towns are growing, new residentsare celebrated Louisville the Ky.and famed traditionally race day

joining our community nearly every day and there. S -

I 55: with this growth comes an even greater need fo r social Guests hour arrived before watching in time for the a

:: : an alert, progressive and co-operative banking "run for the roses" on televi-
sion. Coinsiding the arrival
institution. We, of the Bank of Inverness, feel I of the guests, a large floral \(

S. S well-qualified to fill i l l this important position i in bouquet to Mrs.of rosebuds Davis,was which delivered wasa S S ;-.
g
+ 5$5 our business community invite you to bring gift from a son Frank Davis >, S.S\ -r- .
..-. .C and his family, of Louisville.
;
S your money problems to us. ;S
S ; Gifts were presented in a large

1'1i'- white box decorated with a floral i..rS5. t
t horseshow and from a
; ,, which the -
c r' dYs{
honoree selected
.. Remember, our bank enjoys the position of a which had been tied with presents"racing

.. full service commercial facility where ever y color" ribbons. -
Following the race a covered
banking service' available.. e. dish dinner was served on the
rS
S patio.
# Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Pettit Col. and Mrs.Miles -

<:t ::. If you are planning business! expansion, a new.5S.5 tino.Hough!Mr.!Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.William Val Infan- S //55 S ; .5

.' \ SS t enterprise contemplating purchase of a Kant Mr. and Mrs Ted Felt
and Mr. and Mrs.Byron Christy :
': .f, new car or an addition to you house ort of Hernando r .

,' business building let us have the opportunity to The host was assisted by Mrs.

SSS1". ..t.: ... work out the detai i I s of financing. Remember, home Felt. Guests before moving met at; in the a Hough caravan -
!; 5 DA.IPIER'StANNEQUINS! who lost out in the keg race for first place by only four pit, were silo
"a to the Davis residence.
i bank loan is i a good loan". recognized and presented individual trophies. Seated 1-r are Susie LeMay and Gladys Dampiti

Beta Club Accepts (team captain). Standing left to right are Georgia Dolan Alice Simpson and Madfe Purcell.


itlVU* Your Full Service S ... Eleven CR Students Floral Garden Club Tractor Backfires BIIiIIIiII SIt A twl
,, ,. CRYSTAL RIVER--Last I-ri-
,
L.4NXJCommercial Bank ..'; ,t, 'o ,:...: -,;:./ E Plans District Meet
the high school
.M'. "'. "- !'O
FLORAL CITY--Volunteer meat.
assembly, eleven CRHS honor
."_'_./._.......f......u_.....,"_.._ :-. 1'fC. 55S_ students were initiated into Beta Linz LORAL, past president CrTYMrs.: of the Edith 5th firemen battled a blaze at the Two brush fires were reported
scholastic home of Edward Collins last during the two weeks bennsn
S Club an honorary
-S honor District Jorida Garden Clubs, Thursday afternoon when a tra- meetings, one of which mreeteoed -
Is organization. These students -- has returned from!MiamiReach ctor backfired and set fire to a the Negro church: Floral
Money were John Bowman senior
where she attended the 37th an- large chicken bouse. City
Jim LanenmayranJDottie nual 1-lorida of
ederation Gar
The fire spread into
rapidly
Denson, juniors; Eddie+ Tolle,
'Jl1 frank den Clubs held at theCarrilkm the building roof and about$1500 Duon lk> Mon How
Schiraldi. JeannieJones, n
Fl Hotel. She reports 965 members
in damages
Our Business was reported. During
Kay Howe Wayne Blaacha .
John imams, William Earl attended the five-day event. the battle Maurice Johnson, A s signed HIbifBURG CemMInY
The Floral Garden Club will
a fireman was burned when a
Sparkman and Harry Horace. be host to the 5th district next bystander attempted to shah AB. u.IIJ s.--
Tuesday at the community' the roof and cinders for Master Sergeant Thorn**P.
Leo burning fell
Root Home .....
1S buikHar in a district Spring on him. It was pointed out that King of ., .,... bee arrivedbare
From HospitalLeo Presidents Conference. Guests men untrained in fighting fires for assignment with a unit
Root HeraanJo resiJeec will include district and state should not interfere as it may of the United States Air Forcesin

rw and prominent Citrus County officers. eadftfiger the lives of firemea.Mr. Europe.
Sergeant King a mi .siie safety -
realtor was released from The local club will meet tats Collins commended the
The Bank of Inverness S Ocala Memorial Hospital Monday Friday at the home of Mrs.Larry department for their quick; scoot .bare+ anpsrlmandau.'from Vandenberg. arrived AFB.
Root had been in the Marion Pete. Oak Island Estate, for and aMttty to .hinilie the
Calif. He is the of Prwu
SOD
Countylwspitalforfourdaysobservation. a picnic and to plan for thecttstrtct s&uatfea. IB turn, he fave a
M. King of 17707 4ted Av*. S..
meeting. $25 contribution to die dsfftrt- 5 5111.. Wash..






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..-' ;#, q,.. .' -. "".. ... ;;'' /. Local Merchant Offers Flat Kft
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Ed Butts, Inverness Shell Service lowering ana ecurtag.. a gal-
is offering an interesting vanized holder and a booklet on
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Along 1$1' ' American flag kit to local resl- flag etiquette.
MDoggiesGet : \ i' j, deats. r j Complete details of this out-

Sponsored jointly by Mr. Butts standing offer may be found on
cattlemen in Citrus and 1 the Goodyear Tire and Rubber another page of this issue of
surrounding counties more or less confirmed our suspicionsthat Company and the United States The Chronicle.
what has been played up recently in the press as wide Flag Foundation the kit includes -
scale-cattle and hog rustling is notquitewhat some people would lilt 4 r a 50-star cotton flag a

have believe. By Bob Tamehlll. 6-foot pole with wing span eagleat KILL SPANISH

the top a halyard for raising,
Members of the press eagerly attended the session held in MOSSFltrMa
After
We came across two political watching David Brinkley's -
Quentin Medlin's office in the courthouse basement expecting a YOUARNTRIN(; "The easiest way to makea
this week which lend humor prigram about Haiti
and verbal of continuous rustling,in a big jokes rest Cmtfil'
large turnout accounts WEST GULCH to both parties. voodoo Monday night and then mountain out of a molehill
way, not only in our county but in the others as well. This was ,.; The Southern father was intro- seeing the late news and observ- is just to add a little dirt= Phone 629-3617
the t t srttotas
hardly case.Interestingly ducing his family of boys to a ing the chanting procession in E. M. Remsburg, Vista Ocala, Florida

D.' visiting Governor. "Seventeen Alabama, we felt like that Old (Calif.) Press.
enough there were only one or two "outsiders"present G ? j@/: /ji boys" exlaimed the Governor. Black Magic had us in its spell.
and little more than fifteen per cent of the county association's *******
"And all Democrats I suppose.
membership. And while there was considerable effortto .
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About the
the
only thing so-
determine from those in attendance just how serious the 7': ". called
"All but one, said the father fallout shelter training
problem has been most of the cattlemen left the meeting ,- .". proudly. "They're all Demo- exercise last week proved was JohnD.
.
the that cattle rustling in this area apparentlyis .$ :
holding opinion that
crats but John, the little rascal. eight Graham Crackers and
..
not much of a problem. 4 .r-- : : "
9 He got to readin'. water make you appreciate good
: Then there was the young food; that comic books are more
Make no mistake about it, there are some isolated cases of j difficult read dim
lawyer from the North who to by lights;
what has appeared to be rustling. But the problem, if it can be ., that conversation
sought to locate in the South. gets boring
considered a real problem, would seem to be no greater than i .' r .t
He wrote to a friend, asking after so long a time; that you . .
has been in -if as much--.and no than in /o
paut years ; greater c.qn him what the prospects seemedto don't really know somebody
ether cattle raising counties in Florida. As a matter of fact, we ?, .{-;: Day be in the city for "an honest til you've been cooped up with .
talked with a business man-cattleman from south Florida just a "
'1''i young lawyer and Republican. 'em almost 24 hours in a two- Law
and he described the local situation he under-
few weeks as
ago ( : :. In reply the friend wrote: "If room enclosure;and that chang-
stood it) to be hardly worth mentioning in comparison with what
you are an honest lawyer, you ing a five-months-old baby'sdiapers
goes on quite often in his section of the state. is
.
;' : will have absolutely no compe- sometimes embar- '
>.. : tition. If you are a Republican, rassing, what with a score or LP. Gas & Appliance DwUr l
know about the local situation.
We admit there is enoughwedon't the game laws will protect you." more eyes observing the "oper
odd is that else to know. Numerous 77i. Trov Strvfc .
The part nobody seems rt Sofot/ ******* ation.:' .
cattlemen have observed the loss of* a calf or cow now and then.
Speaking of politics that picture ******* Serving Inverness
They can't prove that rustling has been involved in most of these Speed caused more than 1,160,000 casualties in 1962. is already beginning to take Nelson Rockefeller probably
losses. In fact, some of them don't know just how many cattle here in Citrus believes if he and .
shape County we
can
they have and often considerable time elapses before they miss . -. understand. Although nextyear's hurdle the Drew Pearson Happy crusade Crystal 1 River and HoMsassa ATM

)any of their herd. By that time they can't be sure just what _' __. /_, /. !O' balloting won't be of a ,facing up to hostile Republicans -

happened. Most of these losses are never reported even in some c J ..:.: ..."_-.i;; ., .., lJ.a l'J l partisan nature, there are some challenging Democrats
cases where rustling is suspected.The _: 'f people who would lead us to be- and an unpredictable American
: : ." ___._/-., .- ._ . .1 .J. / lieve that there's a line waitingfor voting public will be easy. CALLUS
county paper believes that a suggestion by Wildlife Officer
such positions as tax asses- And while we don't condone!
Tlndale that a record be kept by the cattlemen and a report sheet divorce
sor, school board superintendent and broken familiesand --
be submitted to the sheriffs department at any suspicion of FIVE YEARS AGO Order of Rainbow Girls last county commissioner etc. our editorial today pointsout
rustling is a good one. As Tindale explained the plan after a Lynda Abinanti, Aurelia Bald- week. New officers include A lot of names have been drop- some interesting factS--we
certain period of time reports of losses around the county will ree, Rebecca Maynard and Car- Gayle Couliette Worthy Advisor. ped. can't help passing along this I Brooksville Phone 1962341COMPLETE
develop into a pattern. This pattern would enable officers to lis Harmon are high school students ******* Hollywood joke. .

better cope with any rustlers. chosen for the honor of at- Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Woodfordare Doyle Tinsdale. local wildlife How do you like your nev r -
tending Girls State and Boys opening a barbecue stand on officer embroidered Monday father?" asked the daughter ol f
While we recognize that some isolated rustling is going on in State in Tallahassee this sum- U.S. 41, south 'of Floral City. night's long and drawn out meetIng the first film star. "Oh he's I fI
Citrus County, and while we sympathize with cattlemen who are mer. Obituary: Hezekiah Columbus of the Cattlemen's Assn. by very nice," stressed the daughter .
really the victims of such thievery, we are convinced that all John Conway won the Citrus Parkerson. 50, Red Level;life- injecting a line of Latin into the of the second film star
this noise about large scale rustling hereabouts is just so much Chapter speaking contest at the long resident of Citrus County. sometimes dull conversation. "Yes, isn't he? We had him GOiNL

newspaper print. And it does make for good reading, in these FFA Father-Son banquet. Jack TEN YEARS AGOA "Mode" what, Doyle? Sounds last year, you know,' answerec I
modern times. With Tindale's suggestion in operation and with Meng placed second and Julian miniature tornado ripped like something they use in the the first girl.Letter. !
4 the cooperation of cattlemen with the sheriffs department, we Kelly Jr., third. Kelly was through a narrow section of bathroom. FORMAL

believe there will be even less stealing of the veal. awarded the Bank of Inverness Gospel Island last week,blowing There were only three cattle- To EditorSirs

Leadership Award of $25. down trees, breaking windowsand men present at the meeting so
Police Chief Charles S.Dean's causing other property far as we could determine who : WEAR RENTALS

Jobless/ Youffis-- three-day trial on charges of damage. were sporting cowboys boots. Thank you for the fine followup -
violating the state game laws The SRD office here has re- This same trio were the only coverage of the Spring Festival -
ended Friday night when a six- ceived instructions to proceed ones puffing on cigars. This in The Citrus County Chron-
man jury brough in a verdict of with a survey of Turner's Camp should indicate something or White Dinner Jackets, Tuxedo Slacks.

A Rising ProblemThe not guilty.A Road preliminary to Improve- other. icle.Your fine editorial and com-
delegation of citizens calledon ment of a four-mile stretch at a Although we don't give serious ments are greatly appreciated. Tuxedo Shirts and Ties. Cumber-bond
City CouncilTuesdaynight in cost of $115.000.The thought to cattle rustling in Sincerely,
( National Observer) an unsuccessful effort to get the attractive new home of Citrus County, we nevertheless Richard Kelly
The trouble with statistics on unemployment that they put a City to go through with an earlier Mrs. L.C.Yeomans in Crystal thought it a coincidence that we General Chairman $9.95
good deal of emphasis on numbers and hardly any on people. In plan to deed 300 ft of lake River was partially destroyedby should awaken around 5 o'clock Spring Festival.
the great leveling process from which grand conclusions are front property along the Wild- fire last week. Tuesday morning to constant .
inevitably drawn by learned analysts one unemployed person is wood Road to the County. Mrs. Bell Land and James T. bowling from a pasture to the For Graduation Gifts
always the same as another, and jobs are all alike. The county fill in Hernando Hutson resigned as members of West and across the lake from
lake, not far from SR 200 has the Crystal River Town Council our Gospel Island residence. Citrus County

So it is In a Presidential committee report Issued last week been cut by some person or per- Monday night and C.K. Sutton Being a farm boy of sorts, I ..,. : Frank's Men
entitled "The Challenge of Jobless Youth."The group notes that sons unknown to county of- stepped out of his job as town 'know cattle are us ally'disturb- : -> Shop -. .', .
more youngsters are competing for fewer jobs these days and, as ficials. marshal. *--,> ed about something to raise that ChronicleSERVING .
a result, there were more than 600,000 youths((16 to 21)) who were Mrs. W. Tuggey has been installed Mrs. Rosalie Condon man- much ruckus so early in the Ocala Shopping Center
out of school last year and out of work. If the present rate as president of the Floral ger of the Valerie Theatre for morning.

continues, the group adds somberly, the number of unemployed City PTA. the past five years,has tendered ttttttt"Manny" ALLCFTRl S COUNTY Ocala, FloridaVolkswagen
youths by 1970 will be close to 1500000. The Rev. Paul E. Haubertwas her resignation.Bob Scofield makes no Published SISISutIL
Thursday by
ordained for the ministry in Buergerwas presented the bones about the fact that he's the Citrus every Publishing r
These are disturbing figures,presuming of course that all those special ordination services held public speaking awardattheCitrus helping Don Andres get back into Co. at 107 N.County ,Inverness ,
ApopkaSt. -
600,000 youths were out looking for work and couldn't find any. Sunday at Homosassa Baptist chapter's annual FFA Fa the barber business in Inverness Florida. Established it:i
Were they really? Looking ahead--and numbers men always do- Church. ther-Son banquet. William De just so he (lawyerScofield 1890. Entered second class
as
the 1,500,000 figure is based on a shaky assumption: That the Everette L. Tucker has been Busk won the dairy farming a- ) will at last have a local mail at the office Inverness
economy will remain static, and business will not be able to appointed resident manager of ward and Duane Pontius the barber who will shave him. Florida.post at
absorb ambitious young people willing to work. Port Paradise Hotel in Crystal scholastic achievement award. "Why not?" chuckled Manny."If .
River. Miss George Ann Priest will
they can use three banks
HERMAN
W.
To cope with spectres raised by the statistics, the committee School safety patrol members compete in the district contest here, why not three barber- .' GOLDNER.President
calls for a vast and costly effort by Federal state, and local leaving yesterday for a trip to for FFA Sweetheart.Col. shops?" THERE IS A DIFFERENCE
governments to help find jobs for the rising number of new- Washington, D. C. were Diana Herman W. Schull Jr., Then there was the man who ROBERT L. CHAMBERLAIN Publishei,,,
comers. "Old answers outdated proclaims the Dumas and Lawanda Daniels of district for the --- -
are group. engineer Army asked the barber if he would BOB :
"The world confronting young people today is different from the Crystal River and Sharon Beck Corps of Engineers, said that please give him a glass of wa G. TANNEHILL News Editox Try Our Service
world of their grandparents or parents." and Charles Blackford of Homo the Cross Florida Barge Canalis ter.I"What's the matter, some- RUSSELL .FORD Advertising

sassa. Deputy and Mrs. LouisW. unquestionably: a waterway of thing in your throat?" SCY HIBBARD TraMTedwc'HMS l
It is, indeed, but the "old" virtues of individual initiative, Pielow accompanied them.A the future in a recent speech in "No--I just want to see if my Production JR., Supt Factory
hard work, and ambition have always brought their own rewards. charter was presented the Miami. neck leaks.
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Subscriptions $3.50 a year ii
From Old Chronicle Files We see where the legislatureis Citrus Marion,Hernando Land } riEL
trying to pass a measure al- Sumter Counties 6 month:
Marriages Up -- - lowin state and local
county $2.25. Elsewhere in US$4.50 .
officials to serve as bank of year 6 months $3.00; $5.50 t
. Fifty Years AgoBy ficials. You mean the law's year in Canada. Subscription:

So Are Divorces And been that broken bill all prohibiting these years inde-? the mailed year outside take the Florida$4.50 part rate o:Jf AH Makes Used Cars Tracks

cent telephone conversations.That .
We received this week a memo from the State Board of Health BOB TANNEHILLWhile notice lists as visiting pastor must have been a strain. When address is changed senc:
informing us that marralges and divorces were up last year over moving things around the Rev. W.P. Browne of ******* the Chronicle both your old anc :

the previous year. The statistics also show men on the average here at The Chronicle office last Tampa".., ho is returning to That old song "Birmingham your new addresses. New address . .
tended to marry about three and a half years later in life than week we uncovered pieces of two Inverness to visit again with Jail" may yet turn out to be one alone is not sufficient.
women which we believe to be a sound pattern. old publications, both timeworn old friends." of the top Negro spirituals of

and discolored. One was a Another church notice lists the the year. THE CHRONICLE is a membei Turnipseed Imports toe.
The number of marriages has risen each year since 1952. The section from a Sept. 23, 1910 Rev. J.F. Gracy as pastor of of Florida Press Associatioi; ,
number of divorces, surprisingly enough have fluctuated since edition and the other was froman Cumberlan d Presbyterian Citrus County .
several other articles in future Fla.
that year. The divorce figure was the highest in 1961 and 1962 Oct. 24. 1913 copy. Church (which was located editions of this Chamber of Commerce 1215 S. Pill St. Ocala, 822-3256

since 1952. The divorce rate per 1,000 dropped from 4.2 in 1961to There wasn't too much news in where Porter Funeral Home is We'll also take a newspaper.look at the Crystal River
4.1 in 1962. these particular scraps but today). The Rev. N.B.Plummerwas 1913 publication. Chamberof Commerce
some interesting advertise- pastor of the Inverness ,
More marriages occurred in June (as one might suspect) with ments. Names meant nothing to Baptist Church, with preachingevery S
5,260, followed closely (perhaps surprisingly) by December us, but we imagine there are fourth Sunday at 10 a.m. 1fItte 2kallt 8'
with 4,117. Teenage marriages have shown:a substantial increase enough Citrus County folk whose and Sunday School(of all times I) Icwe4 t #He t ,

over the past 10 years. Teen-age brides increased from 7,099 in memories will be prodded by at 3 p.m.

1952 to 13,807 in 1962. while the number of teen-age grooms names of some of these old mer- Apparently a "filler"nature edt e Zlarc .c tJefud 0",
rose from 2,027 to 4656. chants and public offlci.1s.ServingassherUfofourco. back in those years--half a century -

And here's an interesting statistic: The average duration of ago--were lengthy stories, r ._ ;- :?. _
marriage prior to divorce wa s seven years and that in 53 per back in 1910 was George R.Car of which both these old newspapers .". ':}I'1 ..." .-- :::.... -,
.
cent of the cases one or more minor children were involved. ter. Walter F. Warnock was have several. Some are ofa '- .; ;;:.
Divorce was contested in only 25 per cent of the cases and these clerk of circuit court,and Ethyl serious nature,others humor *
1 were granted to the wife 72 per cent of the time husband 23 per Olmsted was deputy clerk. F. ous. All are interesting. r r 4
cent and to both 4 per cent. Leading causes of divorce in order M. Dampier was county treas- There is a rather lengthy obituary //1- "';

were extreme cruelty (76%). desertion ((18%). habitual intemperance urer. in the 1910 edition per- .
: ((3%), and ungovernable temper and adultery and infidelity Chairman of the school board taining to Dr. William B. Dale ,,"
(1% each). was C.A. Miller with J.M. (MD.), "father of our local missionary You Get -

Young and M.F. Dick on the Rev. James G. Dale".
panel. County superintendentwas One of the biggest news of this More And
R.L. Turner. The following particular aged issue of The
A Case Of Graphic ReportingA teachers were appointed: Miss Citrus County Chronicle con-

Maud Hinds, New Hope; and cerns the beginning construction Pay Less
Miss Mae Zellner. Halls River. of the Inverness Masonic
man named Cook was recently hanged at Woodstock. Canada.
: 9 4 inches The board consented to and Lodge. We will have more on
The fall was a very long one. the rope being feet. in approved -
length. It was now that the unlooked-for and terrible scene, which of a plan submitted by this in upcoming editions of this
sickened all who beheld it, took place. Miss Lucy Violet Lloyd to or- paper, possibly with some old $9,650.OB .
ganize a music department in photos we've heard are in po-

The fall being so great and the man's body in a diseased condition the county high school Inver- session of local citizens.
The advertisements OB Your Lot
: the vertbrae and muscles connecting the head with the ness.Back are interesting
shoulders and the head rolled off, while the body fell in 1910 there were too. and you'd be surprised .
with a heavy gave plunge way into, the interior of the scaffold. schools at Inverness Halls RIvet at the price of commodities Bedtt 7yy Tits AN Electric H..., DtsIfiMl Awl Mt Fw Tfc. t..ihrtsmod
.. 50
January, 1863 .. Homosassa, Holder. Hernanjo. years ago..or is yeur
Git nine lie, O/.ello, New memory that good? II"'JL_ Of Flsrtf Llvhg

Hope. Cove Bend 1-airmount {fU: ? 2 bedrooms kitchen with built-in rang* od eve., a.... ........ cetvnlctil .
It. Cooper and Viana (wherewas There are quite a few society
Floral City. Crystal River items from here and there bath, colored! fixtures llrettae Hie a.f ...., well pp ..d tank 2
*
Absent-Minded Professors and Lecanto 7)) which we will take note of in 01.'A'D' ".... A'J car garage may be s..n In Lockskke rGfk.B .

Episcopal services at this date later writings.If .
The idea that professors are absent-minded supposedly goes must have been held in the Inverness these old names mean any- Inverness Construction Co.
back to the Sixth Century B.C.when Thales.the Greek professor, Methodist Church or at thing to you-we've found them
absent-mindedly fell Into a well while taking a walk. least this is indicated. And a interesting enough look for








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: . .: The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONtCLE May 9, 1968 3-B

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Inverness Rebekahs Rebekah To Lodge Meet No. Tax Returns ShowFlorida's .- CHS Students ,Of The Month Alan Aboard. Danielson USS Fiske A A-Marine Plywsrt_ OATS

67 will hold its regular busi- Alan A. Danielson, fireman, very test materials
ness meeting at the FPL tomorrow GrowthA .. ; USN son of Mr. and Mrs. O.A. (Caryciaft Boat Wfrfcs
night at 8 o'clock.All -
members '- Danielson of Crystal River is
are urged to attend.Fannie 15 per cent gain in the number slightly above the 1958 figure. serving aboard the radar picket 1).5.41 N. Sportsmen's Park

Forbes is Noble Grand. , of income tax returns filed "Corporations showed a 45 destroyer USS Fiske and is Landscape Nursery 1 Black S. Biwling Alley
inWashington; ; from Florida per cent increase in number and helping further the President's
during the past five years stood at 50,000 last year. par- ""peopletopeople" programby
CAMEOPhotb points up the states growth tnerships totaled 24.000. down promoting goodwill betweenthe
the Florida State Chamber of 7 per cent during the five years. L:.S. Navy and people of the
Supply Commerce reported this weekin Filings for various typesof countries bordering the Medit-

Twp Stores its Weekly Business Review. employment taxes came to d erranean. Laundry Dry Cleaning & Rug Service
20 N Main 1416 So. Pine "In 1962 there was a totalof 663,000 a 16 per cent increaseover L Currently operating with the
Ocala 2,672,000 returns filed from 1958. The balance of the 1tc.t Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean We pick up and deliver 3 times a week in the Iw.rN.sCrystal ADd
Franchised Dealer for Agfa. the state. This figure was 341, total returns were for estate, the Fisk is scheduled to River Area.
000 more than five years pre- gift and excise taxes and num- return to her permanent base.
Argus Anso, Bell &
Howell
," the Review said. bered 120000. Mayport Fla. this .
Bolex Kodak Polaroid and viously F summer.In FOR SWIFT. EFFICIENT SERVICE PHONE OR WRITE
"The count of returns fued "Although there are duplica- Palermo, Sicily, Navy vol-
others. 5
hour
black and white service film. Your on by individuals came to I,6i2 tions in the total figure since unteers donated 53 pints of bloodto Ocala Laundry & Dry 'CltiRirs
complete 000, up 16 percent during the different types of returns may the University Hospital and
photographic
period. Declarations of estima- be filed by one corporation or . painted an orphanage. After ,
store. ted tax numbered. 203,000 individual the general upward : -.1r -, completing the work crewmen Ocala Florida
trend shows an expansion of the f : treated the children to a picnic ,
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state's economy," the Review }; ;, ,:" 1,1 402 So. Main Street Phone 622-8301,
concluded. .
,
Local Lakes Yield
S&L Assn.
Leesburg EUGENE ROOKS SYLVIA KELLY More Notable Bass

This is the Honors Fred BrilesLEESBURG I Homer L. Sharpe of Floral

y --The directors, STUDENTS OF THE MONTH at Citrus High School are Eugene City snagged a fish scaling nine COUHTYWIDEDIRECTQKYLOANS
Rooks and Sylvia Kelly for the junior and senior divisions of the
officers and employees of First pounds, 10 1/2 ounces in Brad-
school, respectively. Eugene is the son of Mr. and Mrs. V.M.
spot to have Federal Savings and Loan Association ley Lake on a Johnson spoon
Rooks of the Pleasant Grove Road. He born in BrooksvilleNov.
was near his home. John L. Kerseyof
of Leesburg honored To $600.
Fred E. Briles with a dinner in 13, 1949. An eighth grader, his favorite sport is football, Clearwater brought a nine Up Naylor t Hill
his hobbies hunting and hand crafts. Eugene is his class representative pounder out of Lake Tsala A- LOAN
the Florida Room of the Trade ON -
the MOST fun Winds Cafeteria on Thursday in the Student Council and is 4-H County Council popka near Hernando on a live AUTO FURNITURE
secretary for boys. He plans to attend college but is undecidedin shiner. Fill DktCo.trlcters

evening.Briles is retiring as a mem- what he will major. Sylvia is a junior. When school is over E.E. Tietjens of Floral City SIGNATURE."Let .
she plans to attend Ocala Junior College, and she too is
ber f the board of directorsof uncertain and Carrollton, Mo. continuesto
the Association after having of her major. The 16-year-old reading enthusiast is the hold first place with his 15 Us Help You Salve
.E been a member of the board daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Kelly of Inverness and was 1/4-pounder subdued off With- Your Money Problems"
born Sept. 3, 1946. Her favorite' sport is football. Sylvia is'an- La-Popka Islands inLakeTsala
since the institution received its
charter in 1934. He was a member alternate cheerleader member the "C" Club Pep Club, Apopka. The contest ends July Crystal River Ph. 726 11Q4
of the founding group and Whirlwind staff, and other activities. 1 with he winner receiving a Finance Corp. Ph. 726 2825

in addition to serving as a director Johnson motor. Lone Star boat .Invernessluildmf
WORTSMEN'SInverness through the years he Citrus Students Make Honor: RollHonor and Murray trailer. HWY. 19

was managing officer of First Next to Florida Poer

LANES Federal from September, 1944 roll students Citrus Eleventh Grade PERSONALSVisitinglas.veekwithMr.
through December of 1960. High School for the pas six John Johnson, Woody Meisz- .and
Mr. Briles will continue to be weeks of academic studies have ner Annabelle Armstrong, Mrs. W.B. Davis on Gospel Is-
associated with First Federalas been listed byPrincipalDelmarMontgomery Elsie Croft Louise Eichhorn \\eretheirdaughter-in-law Mason Tractor Co
an advisory member of the as follows: Jackie Griffin Sandy Hutchins and children from Atlanta Ga.
Board. Seventh Grade Sandra Kant.Sylvia Kelly Diane Their son W.B. Davis joined Mattritk
Bertha Croft. Linda Deal. King Ilene Kinney Wylene Kinney the family on Saturday.Mr. Ford Tractors
Kathlene Niblack Bethany Thomas Sharon Nye Voncile Rogers and Mrs. W.W. Woodsonof Agricultural&Industrial
O'Toole In TrainingAt Suzanne Yandle Stanford Paula Sandlin Gaye Shelton Lake Hamilton returned here EquipmentBrooks.ville

>. Bowl In Great Lakes. III Dommert Philip Johnston Jeanne Stillfried Barbara after spending a month at their
Cynthia Brown Martha Hair, Stokes Wanda Tuggey Pat home in Miami.Tomato. Fla. Electrical Supplies

Cherron McElroy, Deanne Weed, Aleta Youells. ,
Air (Conditioned: i Comfort Mr.Edward and A.Mrs.O'Toole Edward, 18,A son, 0'of Peake, Susan Pospiech. Twelfth Grade Phone 796-2316 Roofing Lumber Materials- Paint

Eighth Grade Pat Kelly Janet Rasley,Janet
of is taking -
Toole Inverness
Jr. Arlinda Bridgers Judy Williamson Shelton Fredia Williamson. Plants Plumbers' S1i f pp lies
nine weeks of recruit train
Joe Brannan Merrill Dale Gavin. Ben Hayward Alan Tile Saws
Try Your Skill Win A Fr Game. ing at the Naval Training Center -
# Great Lakes. Ill. Osterhout. Debbie Castel.Mary Smith. Big Boy Appliances Builders' Hardware

After 6 P.M. Saturday & Sunday you win a Free The basic training program Ann Jones Debbie Lattin Kethy Admiral and Kelyinator Everything in BuHeKag
F Parmer, Sydnia Spann Dickie Club Dance
Game for a strike on the .Red Head Pin. includes naval history and organization Teen Washers
Sechrist. _The Worlds most Uniform, DryersTV MaterialsMWtr's
# customs and courtesies Ninth Grade The Citrus County Teen Club Prolific and Longest Lasting Stereo & Hi-Fi ,
We are co-operating with the"Wheaties" Free GameInverness ordnance and ,
gunnery will hold another of its' popular
for
for Box Mary Medlin Joan Pospiech, See us CompleteHome
Tops contests.
control
seamanship damage dances
Donna Sells Kenneth Lancaster. Saturday evening May
Furnishings
# first aid. swimming and survival LANDSCAPE
11. The social affair will be
Lehman.Earl Ogden.
Highway 41 James Crystal River i
#
shipboard drills and
sentry Sandra Baxley Betty Brown, held at the FVW post home in NURSERIESBoth Phone 795.2489
' duty. Suzanne Butts rita Fisher Helen Hernando beginning at7:30p.m.
Hardee. Ann Kabrick, Kathy These popular Saturday night SkinnersFurniture Supply Co.
Keating, Spike Fitzpatrick Tom get-togethers are free to Teen Locations Ph. 726-1381
Infantino, Gwen Edenfield. Club members. Door prizes area
Tenth Grade feature of these events.
Paul Balasch, Pat; Johnson iWl:" "! 15 Stores Ga., Ala. & Fla. CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.WttdS .
Ka'ren'ai1ey..- 'Jennice Hair, Sandran Floor CoveringsWoodward


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Confab AttendedBy Ocala, Florida

l Van NortwicksThe 9-INCH % H. P. U. S. Route 19 ..

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state convention of the CHAIN SAW HOMES LOTSACREAGE Pumping Service & Rp.lfs.
Florida Council for Retarded
I Children held last Thursday. *
Lintels Sills
and Sell
Friday and Saturday in Gainesville $1199512For Ibs Buy Precast
- 1 was attended by Mr. and With Confidence Steps
I II Mrs. Harry Van Nortwick. Mr. Pruning Trees DCNALD J. McBRIUE Business Phone 726-1191
Van Nortwick is president of the Phone 726-2\42
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Citrus-Hernando Association of
Route 1 South Inverness
Retarded Children. Phone 795-2652 ,
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John Fettinger. president of
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and
the National Association "' --
other national officers,and Secretary -
of State Tom Adams were

among the principal speakers. Mix; Con reteReadyMix
The "President's Panel" and CARROLL Ready

global problems pertaining to !
I
mentally handicapped persons
were thoroughly discussed at
th e confab. t
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SWIM IN A POOL? Y --
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The backyard swimming pool _
for family and friends has become Serve You
THE FOOD GETTING'S GOOD almost a way of life for -

iii i ill II I thousands too often of these Florida private families.All poolsare i


A party. ,or an everyday morning breakfast your work will be lighter the operated absence taken for of without granted two protectionslong regard at public for INVERNESS 726-1071 P AV I n Ii s

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your meals will be brighter with a new non-frosting: electric refrigerator.If pools trained: constant life guards supervision and a con-by CRYSTAL RIVER 795-2621 / ? s;

you haven't shopped the new refrigerator-freezers for 1963 tinual check on the condition of '
the water by public health ex DUNNELLON HUller 9-2831 /
you have a treat in store. They are roomier on the inside slimmeron perts.
If you have a pool of your
the outside. You will find a better place for all food own-or plan one-or if you 6 SAND ( EXCAYATmCIttUftOZINC
swim in a friend's pool here area ,
easier to get to, easier to see and easier to keep fresh. few very important tips to S ROCK ,

in mind _
keep ;
Freezer sections have ice ejectors and bins or automatic -Fence the pool or the whole ASPHALT PAYING

dealer a area in which it is located; use a O CEMENT MP//LT
"i ice makers. Visit your electric appliance soon. good lock on the gate.

The- food getting's better this year than ever before. -Have a reaching pole handyat 'L/MEKOM'
all times; a good cane pole CONCRETE .
will do. Sumterville j
-Make sure all pt*>l users
WORKSAVINGNEWNESS know how to swim. The Red COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL
/tION-FRr 7 AIG Cross and other groups conduct 793-5071 h PLANT MIX ASPHALT HOT OR COLD +"
'
classes for nonswimmers.Get DRIVEWAYS
HIGHWAYS
Cross defrosting day off your calendar a testing kit and check
the water constantly for cleanli PARKING AREAS
New nori'frosting models are guaranteednever

to frost. Saves'work. Saves food ness.Use a filter; check it vretkjyto p STREETS

V .-1 dean out leaves and debris.
-Add chlorine to the watetto '
control pread of algae. -T'
Water in splash pools and CARROLL
small portables with no filter 0
khoulcl be changed daily. :
/ -Every pool owner and teen- .
7k 7v age family members should consider -I
lre FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION taking course.a Kcd Cross lifesaving CONTRACTING CO., INC. H ) I

-At least family member
one
/Ig1H fAl 1 AYItY. IHYr .IrK .NNl ll l/l i !HH r rJAAq
%hoe'ld know how to give artificial I Inverness Crystal River Dmmelloii Sumterville &
kit
respiration. A first ail

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PersonalMr. $4,081 Smoke Taxes ... . .. Delinquent TaxesE. Florida's S&L

and Mrs. James Broadieof For MunicipalitiesNet .-,; th--i Dmkty
Tampa were weekend guestsof I PUBLISHER'SCORNER 1
his parents here Mr.andMrs cigarette tax collectionsfor .Van Anderson: Citrus Coun- est at the rate of 1 per cent per Set New Record
q
Bax Broadi. the month of March amounted ty Tax Col lector announces that month.The amount set opposite ) IasIItIII
to 3193374.27 accordingto : all delinquent tangible real and each name in the advertisement ORLANDO--The $4 billion
Try not .to become a man of Richard B. Keating directorof personal property taxes will begin includes the tax 2 per cent interest mark in total savings was pass-
21st
success bUt rather try to become he State Beverage Depart advertising in this weeks and the cost of advertising ed for the first time in history by m\ May

a _man_ (value._ -::-F.inst-'n ment. Of this amount 2148. TIIANKS-Recently. in reviewing Chronicle. the 125 savings and loan assoc- 7:30 P.M.
376.58 will be distributed to our subscription list we Delinquent real property taxes Tax warrants will be issued iations in Florida duringMarchwhen
quawified municipalities.In Citrus discovered we had received will advertise for four consecutive against all delinquent personal the total reached $4,004 \ bi One night only

Trotter County. Inverness will receive 100% renewals for; the month of weeks-May 9162330.Tax property taxes if not paid on or 972,000. liii Sponsored Inverness High School
$2.125.90 and Crystal River February. We thank our loyal certificate sale will be heldat before the date prescribed in The significant milestone was 4 By ... Football Field
Lumber Co. will get $1,955.42, readers for this fine support the west do r of the court the advertisement. made possible by the record increase -

and assure you this silent testimonial house on Monday noon. June 3. of$75,443,000 in savings Floral City i Volunteer Fire Ca.
does much to spur our This sale will continue until all Catholic Women during the month. In releasingthis
Established Since 1905 efforts. certificates are sold.
430 N. Orange Street Seeing and not believing is the ....... The cost of the certificate to Hussey information, executive vice William presi-D. Funnier Than A Circus
Ocala Florida Phone 622-3235 prime virtue of a thinker:appear- Lend FinancialAid
THE SHANGRI-LA DINING the purchaser will be that dent of the Florida Savings and '
ance is his
Friedrich greatest Nietzsche aroom: reopened last week in the amount set opposite each pieceof Loan League reported that this Adults Advance SOf
Complete building supplies and Orange Hotel has lived up to property as advertised. To MissionThe was the largest savings increase : Adults Gate 60f
advance Included in the tax and cost Children Advance 2Sf
materials. Nationally advertised .Ah, children you'are the bulwarks notices. Mrs.Spafford, ever recorded for a
reliable products.Estimates of freedom the cement of who handles the cooking details as advertised is a 3 per cent Spring Luncheon for the single month by the savings Children Gate 35f

Estimates & you do it advice society the hope of oUr race I is an excellent cook and one tip. interest penalty a 5 per cent Catholic Women's Club was held associations in Florida. The For Advance Tickets Call C.J. Halls Shell Station
free. she makes just about the best commission a 15 cent certificate last Wednesday at Paradise previous high for a single monthwas
I Mary Raker Eddy beef gravy I've ever tasted. charge, and the cost of ad- Plantation (not Port Paradise), set in March 1962 when : ':XX..::S::'-:::"'*::.:::::::: X:::::::::::::::::.:::::x:.:: :::::.::::.:::::. : ,. ,' . ".,'..
lilt III'i llil ::::::::::,::,"x'W':. .. : :':::.::.:.:::.::.:..:::.::.:..::..:.:...:.::.::.::.::.::.:.":: ':.. ,,.,.." :
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**** vertising. If taxes are paid priorto with the Crystal River CWC savings increased by $70,331 :: :: :::::;: :: : ::::: :::-::::::::;:::::<:::: : "
WHAT NKXT7-WE NOTICE the tax certificate sale-- host to members of the Inver-

the present session of the Florida prior to June 3--the 5 per cent ness CWC. 000.As of March 31, the savings
.' legislature is looking toward commission and the 15 cent certificate The two clubs delivered giftsof associations in Florida had a Perfect
the possible taxing of outdoor charge will be deducted. financial assistance to Father total of 383.000 mortgage ac-
sports at the level of participation. The only amount payable will be Juan Lopez O.S.B. Father Lopez count holders with total mortgages -
-. J.":' -r' ..... 1 In other words, we maybe the tax, plus the 3 per cent pen- along with Father Damian of $3,644.781.000.
expected to pay a tax on a roundof alty, and the cost of advertising.Bids DuQuesnay and Brothers Eug- Mother's DayRemembrance
golf a bit of fishing etc. I'd for the tax certificates ene Corrigan and Joseph St.
say this is reaching just aboutas are made on an interest basis Pierre (all oft he order of St. .
far as you can for revenue. the highest rate of interest being Benedict) will leave tomorrow THE BIBLE.
Every time we buy a piece of 12 per cent. The certificateis for missionary work in Argen- .
1 "Ames" sports equipment we pay a round issued to that person makingthe
tina.The SPEAKS
UTILITY STEP STOOL of taxes and now we may have to lowest rate of interest bid. Crystal River club pre- .
pay another tax to use it.I rebel If no bid is made by an individual sented 300 Rosaries which
.. :AI,,'Mrt.l at the thought. the certificate is issued to members had made to be taken TO YOU.
. ....... Citrus County.Mr. oat he trip to South America.
SKIII'd'OOI'luhl.er'Salrcy' ' I TOLD YOU SO-I WAS ABLEto Anderson points out thata Presentation of the money to

Tre..J say this to several friends person acquiring a certificate Fr. Lopez was made by Mrs. Sunday--9:15 a.m.
after Saturday's Kentucky Der- must hold same for a period oat f Peter Weis and Mrs. Mae Henley -
.. 1(," High/ didn't least two before WDBO-580 kc
by. I tout the winner per years application presidents of the Crystal
*
se, although I like Chateaugay for tax deed. River and Inverness CWC res- r
among the outsiders. However Any person owning property pectively. This week's Christian Science

Never Bend appealed more to covered by any certificate or Preceding the meeting was a program
ONLY 2.98 my "horsey" sense than did such person having interest in buffet luncheon and a talk and "DEALING WITH FEAR AT

Candy Spots and. sure enough said property (such as a'mort- tour of the new Paradise Plan- EXAM TIME"
that's the way the race finished. gage holder), may redeem certificates tation Hotel and grounds.
To those of you who like big at any time with the 0m
and haven't office of Clerk of Circuit Court
., sports events seen
............ :: .:: BAIT BUCKET the Kentucky Derby go see it. by paying the actual amount advertised -

g.:::::trr. II/ .::;:;:.:.:::;:;.:;.:"X"-' n Once was enough for me but it's plus whatever inter- ?Zeus 7d 7lse 7
;::::. :;:..:::::>:> Made of premiumquality g a sight unparalelled in major est is due the certificate holder tHee
:
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r." ijf; !! : ;:: ::-:.... cell J l ul o se.snow-white 390 i sports. ....... Upon and the redemption clerk's fee.the certifi-
\ \iir
P ,'f''"''" ;\ : ;:: Limit 1 w/Coupon NELSON ROCKEFELLER cate holder is notified by theclerk's GROVE PRUNINGDone
New York Governor and Repub- office and is reimbursedthe
lican presidential hopeful may cost of the certificate and
have unhitched his political any interest that may be pay-

"Cameo" wagon while hitching his maritalone able.The By Experienced Local Grove Men. $1.79COUNT'SBAKERY
..BARLOW POCKET KNIFE this past weekend. Rocke- interest rate Anderson
feller has been on political explained is the amount bid
Hand Hone Sharp Kdget 'thin ice" over his private life by the certificate holder for the
k for the past many! months andhis first year and at the rate of eight Telephone Inverness 726-1588
Top Quality SteelBlack
: :::::i Handles marriage to ''Happy" Murphy Per cent per annum thereafter. ( Day or Night)
rn :; just could have put out the Tangible Personal Property
: fire in his political satellite. 'being advertised in this week's Inverness
tMilli.;
::.:: :.. : .:, : *...... (Chronicle is now bearing inter- . .. ... ,
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::::;:::: :;::::::: tf-: 8SC HANDS OFFI-WE! CAN'TPASS .. : : ':, : ::::: :;:;: : : ,: =%\i:
":":::1 commenting on the state politi-

cians who are taking long en- .
vious glances at the Skyway -
Bridge South Pine lias County
OSCILLATING SPRINKLER crossing Tampa Bay. Rep.
.' '" . .Charles Holleyr- is making the
: ... 3-poitioo ray Selector
most nice with his campaign
Waters Areas up to 35'x 40 extend tolls on the bridge for
: (1400 sqft) v c' 'er1
; years to come in are-financing
Ideal for Sprinkling close to that, if
program approved
House, Sidewalk
Garage would provide a road out in the
flii Gulf of Mexico. We don't need
: this road and the Sunshine sky-

way and Bridge are paying off
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":''.: handsomely and we say to all
: : ::;:::: .:..1'0 legislators. "Hands Off!" : rlAtd


"Oxwall" DeathsFloyd

100' HANK 1/4" SISAL ROPE

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:. ......:.:::::::{W i.\,. ShinholsterCRYSTAL
".... ., :.:.:..::.;:.:..:..:.:.::::'.:\.:\ v\\\". \ ... Extra Strong
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"' \ .
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.$: .. , l\ services were conducted Mon-
:\\.\ '\\"i\\ .... :

/ .' .}:::; l li\ ll li ::. day holster afternoon, 64, who for passed Floyd away Shin-at 6 "" '' d dACSHORE

._d\. \ +*::::: :: "::::::: ...:.:.:.:.....:: 8SC. his home Saturday morning.A CLASSICS" 1 1.d.r.n1
::d t :f::::::':- ;: native of Alabama Mr.Shin-
holster moved to Crystal River

18 years ago from Trenton. He feck pretty dnM . .
was a veteran of World War I, -rcDecNa ,."..
Jumbo ...... M "- ;
a member of Blanton-Thompson .I ".. II.) ., Mis* .rInk. p N
PAINT BRUSHReg. American Legion Post 155. 1J.,..
Survivors include his widow. > xr \

Mrs. Beulah Shinholster; two
$4. 39
daughters. Mrs. Jewelene Lee Y ... .' !
of Jacksonville and Mrs. Betty .
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s M .
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: .4" All Purpose Jean Edwards of Ft. Lauder-
dale; a son, Tommy of Titus- \
10094 Nylon ville; two sisters Mrs. Ruth 1 br F4 'r !

2.99"Ames" Moore of Miami and Mrs. Es- f fa

ter Osteen of Old Town; three r ; fi' '
brothers. William of Jacksonville J s' tr
,
Joe of Tampa and Jack of /
Suwanee; and three grandchildren. '

HEDGE : SHEAR ; a ,
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a4j' llU.it' ;. .... : _- rCle.t ; the The graveside rites were in Cross conducted CityCe-at : 4'4'f f\\

Ash llaralle' ) metery. Cross City, with the .
... .. Rev.W.B. Johnson pastor of the
: : (t} Assembly of God Church offic-
:,: : iating. Strickland Funeral Homeof { NOTICE wy % : \ 1

.., ....... .. .'...........:............:.............. 1 99 arrangements.Crystal River was in chargeof ,

SPECIAL DISCOUNT \ t

ON EYERY
Mrs. Robert L. May SUMMER ENCHANTMENT ., MACSHORf CLAt&CS

COMBINATION ROD & REEL ITEM FOR WOMEN .. . .
Only NANCY GUll cnn .;W w.k a** l "r1 .w.
Monday funeral services were i .r ..... .. ........,1.1 6J'So D.n..ed. 3S'So *. .:
held for Mrs. Robert L. (Lulu "* t.. nKkfin wrlk fin* iMcMng wN wi f.. tw
FOR TIOS prid.id: ,a. :=.., :. -=- d..il.w.1-. .i r.a. ...i.rt .
Barr) May. who passed away < .. riw/ aMwisn ..... .-./....... Si m 10.11 /.. ,.."..dr.tw
May 4 at the Alexandria Hos- WEEKEND!( ONLY $15.95 '
pital. Alexandria. Va.after suffering -

a cerebral hemmorage on 10% .. 30% .
23.
April Her husband. RobertL. ;
"Bob" May. preceeded her
3.88Courthouse in death Dec. 18. 1962. '
Mrs. May wintered at her WHITE HANDBAGS BEAUTIFUL'-:JEWELRY! '"

home on Gospel Island for more .
than 14 She was a mem-
years.
ber of the Christian Science . shell like these . .. have the cortume: jcwe4.fy

Citru s Church of Alexandria but attended for they will go with' 'We (earring and necklace) s4B .
services regularly herein .
'
Mardware Inverness. everything!All shapes. . all colors and stytei' _
1t} Y Square Survivors include a son.Beverly .

Cornell May; a daughterAlice $5.98 to $8.98 r Sets: $2.50 to $5.06
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Inverness May Haddock:;four grand
children; and three great- .
.i OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
grandchildren, all of Alexandra -
!. Va.
The rites were held at the I

berly-Wheatley Funeral 9 mnnanJ.; .
:->Home( with interment in Ml. : .
/ Comfort Cemetery.Alexandria. r '

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-'t- ._ Street lighting originated in OCALA.' FLORIDA 12 Sash! Mapwfo St

London early in the 15th cen

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CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE May 9. 1963 5-B

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S Inverness Tax List
Delinquent
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NOTICE IBE.VERLY Two Plaats

. ... > -; ]k See our Weekly Money Saving
Notice is hereby given tnat the to 1 lowing described lands will be '1t ::::: Specials

sold at public auction on the 3 day of June 1963, at Inverness, the 'HILLS::: Pine Street Shopping Center

County of Citrus, State of Florida,'to pay the amount due for :;:':v:: J/J17/1 1J1/1LJ//y 215 N Magnolia Awsue

taxes herein set opposite to thC iane'together( with all costs of By EVELYN CULTICEThe
r8emwrtioA rau s FLORIDA
OCALA
such sale and advertising. _.*flflfe ,

:: ,.;t Amount of Beverly Home Mainten-
Description ;ance Inc. is a new business in
&
Secrwp.Rger taxes cost
.(our area equipped to handle

Fletcher Heights, 13-19-19 George L & 3.31 rt my phase of home maintenance

SW 1/4 of Lot 6 Hattie Meltor j[from window washing to house -

]building. Stephen Crowley.. is the

Fletcher Heights, 13 19 19 George'I. Meltor 401.99 ]president.Kid BOOTSBOOTS
All of Lot 7 less .' Wood, popular Crystal River -

NW 1/4 all of Lot R fishing guide prepared atypical
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13, S 1/2 of Lot 9,all 1: guide fishing"cook out

of Lots 10 & 11, all .. { rmi. Df: mullet,hushpuppies and white Engineer-Cor boy-

that part of Lot 12 J-. ;. ]bacon and beans at the Carl

that lies South of St. ',.' C Cj Sultice home. Many friends
"" .. j[from Beverly Hills and Crystal WellingtonRubberCITRUS
Road 44; All of Lots ? ;
13 to 26 incl. 40, 41, ]River attended.Mr. .

42, 43, 44, 53, 54, 55, f. andMrs..Nick Vanderberg
1 will celebrate their 46th wedding -
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all that part of Lot 56
lying West of SAL RR I : anniversary May 9.

R/W and all that part SHOE CENTER
of Lots 45 and 52 that ' -

lie within 33 ft of .. . 1 "Co-operating would solve

Center Line of High- :' nost of our problems. For instance 104 W. Main Inverness, Fla
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land Avenue, less ;{'A 1f r.&l freckles would be a
,
east 17.40 ft of Lots lice coat of tan if they would
45 & 52, sold to .nuuI.L! AWAITS THEM--Shown about to board the school bus for their thrilling trip to Six Gun together.-E. M. Kerns

Francis W. Williams, ,. Territory last week are members of the Inverness Brownie Troop and their leaders. Thirty-five ret
and except the R/W of ; Brownies, their leaders--Mesdames Brown, Cason, Infantino, Young and Youngblood and Brownie burg, Vista ((Calif.) Press. The Chronicle serves all of Citrus County.

\0 Highland Ave. All that mothers, Mesdames Harman, Henderson Lewis and Ogden made the trip by bus with Josh Spooner

part of Lots 74, 75, 86, -;. w ; ; driving. The girls enjoyed a picnic lunch on the grounds. Refreshments at the last Brownie meetingwere """"' ... ".... H"< l moo'......"'.....
110 114& 116 that lie i supplied by Mrs'. Gladys Dampier Mrs. Doris Smith, and Mrs. Fred Hair. The children are . . . . 'x;;.:.::

west of SAL R/W and .. now working on their Mothers Day projects. photo by "ZellerO'NealBooker ..,

all Lots 76, 77, 78, 79, .-#:;". >,< .. ,::5<'" &

':ribed 0. 82,in 84 O.R.& 112 Bk desc'f 30 = : . '.' T. Washington News"Prepare Homosassa AN. OPEN LETTER TO MRS. BELL LAND: I

Page 182. I

yourself the New Simmons and Richard Murphy SpringsNONA
Fletcher Heights. 13-19-19 David Stake 19.69
. Frontier" was the theme of the Kindergarten; Beverley Atkins
The W 1/2 of Lot 58' I
school's third annual Career and Sandrew Wright, First RUNION Dear Madam:

Day program. Mr. Ralph Malone Grade; Michelle Keye Williamsand
Fletcher Heights, 13-19-19 Robert C. & 81.49 consultant from William Weldon broth of I
Hampton Charles Anderson, Se-
Ray of 2nd addressed the Citrus Cattle
letter
to County
Carolyn WilkersonN Concerning your open May
the Mrs. James Harmon, died of a .
Junior College was guest cond Grade, Section I., Martha
men's Association, et al, we are not quite sure you think what we think, but we : ::
speaker. Other consultantswere Lee Hollis and Leroy Leaks, heart attack at the Tampa.Hospital .-
6 ft of S 176 ft of 7-19-20 Joseph & 35.55 last Wednesday, think you think great. We couldn't agree with you more in your analysis of the ltaxpayer's
Rev. Boston Vicers of Flo- Third Grade Chester and
; Mary
that portion of N 290 Elizabeth Sidwellft right to vote. And, furthermore, we stand with you in defense of tills mk?
Bruce received word
ral City; Rev. Miles of Lees- Roger Chatman, Fourth Grade; Griggs '
of SE 1/4 of NE right to the death!
.. burg; Rev. Welcome of Ocala; Marilyn Grice and William Lof from his wife Lucy that she is j
1/4 of NW 1/4
lying ;; and of and getting better and now weighs
Mr. Mohr Miss Peekins ton Fifth Grade; Cheryl
westerly of R/W of .: 'I--... St. Petersburg. Lynne Coleman and Herman 63 pounds. She has been in a However, we are at complete loss to know why you think the Cattlemen's Assoc- j
St. Rd. 45, also known . hospital in Detroit for almosta iation stands as a "special interest group" to defeat the people's right to vote. lIt
Student Of The Month Sawyer, Sixth Grade. .
as US 41, and the N 6 } of S has always been our express purpose, with all humility toward our position of tM

ft of S 176 ft of E 80 ... Mary Jayne Key, daughter year.Ricky Wade, son of Mr. and influence and responsibility,to maintain,at all cost,the basic principle of taxation W::
.. Mr. and Mrs. James Key, was
ft of N 290 ft of Visit Six-Gun only by representation. Wl:
I SW '.; 'k... recently selected as the studentof Smal tots of the second and Mrs. Calvin R. Wade Jr. is ?
1/4 of NE 1/4 of NW <,'i -h-;.- the month. again in the Tampa General W:'
a junior, '
Mary,
1/4. ,. fourth grades spent a delightfulday The spreading tentacles of governmental bureaucracy, operating UDder fixed
'PinehiU Addition 18-19-20 kay'Arnold 109.30 is the captain of the band and at 16 Gun Territory', Fri- Hospital.Mr.. and Mrs.NormanMcMul- tax millage assessment, more and more steal the right of control away from the 4!;!
for local school
Lots 11 & 12, 13 & 14, . News Editor the day, May 3. Miss Bettye Jack lin who purchased the Georgia people -- this becomes taxation without representation. In fact, because of die :t
has -
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school She maintained
BlkF paper. son and Mrs. Cleo Johnson who Park 19 have legislative red tape and complexity of amending or removing such addktoaal
scholastic Trailer on U.S. I"
a high aver- kept a watchful eye on their returned from miRage, once fixed it becomes officialism of the worst orderl j?
age and has been consistently students reported that the trip Springfield. .
C. P. Savary Sub171920 Norman P. & 39.78 active in activities Ohio and are remodeling. They
division Lots 10, Maude Savary the campus Mary'shobbies was very educational and en- are calling it Melly and Mac Under the Florida Constitution, only resident freeholders can vote on miHage wi
throughout
year. tertaining. increases or bond issues. In Citrus as statewide the *3orky of ;ti
1. 11, & 12, Blk A Trailer Park. County ( ) great :
are reading, creative Miss Tribble lists the follow-
freeholders no taxes on land because of the homestead exemption provision
pay
*N Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hanson
I f b. P. Savary Sub171920 Norman P. & 7.98 writing become, and a stenographer.May dancing. She .plansto ing graduating persons seniors as prospective: Larry left Sunday for Atlanta, Ga. to of the state constitution. I:>

division Lot 17 Maude Savary Festival visit their son and wife Col. :
except begin at SE Night Chesteen, Jessie Dixon,Verona and Mrs. Hanson. From there Mind you, if you please the constitution stipulates all freeholders can vote oa M
Grice and Little
Nadine
corner of said Lot Lovely Dixon, Jeanette Floyd Mae such matters, not just taxpaying freeholders. Thereiore, the taxpayers of Citrus
., John Mells, Jr., second grad- Gaines, Lemont Gary, Pearlie they will travel to Louisvilleand County are already burdened from taxation without fair representation. ,
and running thence '.' ; other 1M
.. . .. -'" .. ..-: . ,- .. ers, reigned over the school'sFourteenth Jenkins Joyce Joyner Robert Salem, Ind. to visit
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north 72.65 ft thence ..... ..,:.. .... ...... ', Annual May Night Lemon, Robert McGill, relatives and friends. .
west 35 ft, thence :( .r Rogenia Guests last week of Mr. and To rectify this, the non-taXpaylngvotersof any respective county, can not vote fl
included -
Festival. The Queen's court
south 72.65 ft, thence Simpkins, Janie Vickers, Cel- Mrs. James Harmon were Mr. by referendum, through an additional millage bill,to tax their homestead exemption :;:
j flower girls Lucy Weaver estine Washington, James Web- under the -- if wish do It is possible &
east 35 ft to POB and Mrs. J.J. Fisher of St.Pe-: present setup even they to so. not or =*=:
the.Fceful
and Addle .
Mae Johnson; ster, Herbert Whaley, Daniel, : legal, under the $5000 homestead exemption provision, to assess millage against fit:
1 71J attendants were Diana Wilhams.ajKl Evejyn Williams tersburg. ; such of valuation unless this is altered eliminated :':=-J:::

12, Blk 92, OR Bk. '. 4. --- were, Mr. and constitutional amendment. ;

83, Page.460 .' Mrs.ret Flamrner and child-
UNCLE LEM Says = .fen edin; Mr. and Mrs. With particular attention to the five bills pending in the Legislature, our opposition .:;

City of Inverness171920 Amelia Gavins & 88.67 Bill Cory of Lakeland; ,Mr. and concerns the levy of additional taxes by specific millaee increase.At t

Lot 2, Block 93, OR Wilma Henry. :" ;} Mrs. Wolf and party of Tampa;
Bk 17, Page 308 & and of this time, we state no opinion or reference to the relative merit or demerit };
DEAR MISTER holdings Mr. Mrs. June Kirkley
EDITOR: publican figgers, our
of the for fire control fund conveMkm "1
Bk 65 P 387. and provisions county advertising, library ,
Tavares; Mr. Mrs. Henry
Our boys in Washington has is just one-half of one per cent hall and public fallout shelters. It{
been gating deeper and deeperin ahead of what we owe. I aom't Rick of Dunedin. :

City of 53.3 Inverness ft north- 17-19-20 AnneD.S.Syphrette. 31.46 debt now fer about 30 year no Authority on money when you We did not any any time, advise Senator James E. Connor or Representative t@:::
Begin and I beenwonderingwhatwouldhappen git above $10 but it looks to me of opinion everwhere in the na- ,
of SW of Lot Allison R. Strickland not to pass these bills, badly written and poor as they mayor M
corner red ink tion. Guvernment and
if final we're the spending
like
we went plum gitting
6 Blk 99 thence + may not be -- we merely voiced our opinion in opposition which is not only in
,
1924 and the black ink close the public debt has plum outf
busted. I recollect in that mighty got
unalienable but the undeniable of all the
run east 104 ft, our right as a group right people. W\.:
Germany went bankrup and was together.I -$ the range 'where a average
thence south 52 ft trying to spend printing press was giving these items to the citizen can understand it. I.The
to POB OR Bk 11, .. only ultimate and equitable solutions to the problem of advancing taxation }
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thatwoulda't fellers the store Yours ,
at l truly
buy nothing. country
Page 62 money without representation, due to the increasing cost of government, are the establishment ;
Well. I see where the House Saturday night and Ed Doolittle UNCLE LEM of "home rule" for Citrus County (this would eliminate the necessityof %f

Committee on Guvernment Operations allowed as how the average taX- periodically running to Tallahassee! to conduct public business of a local {>
of Inverness 17-19-20 & 175.69
,City Ray D. unless he had went to
whatever that is, has payer, nature) and, finally, the distribution of the tax burden, in proportion to the ability =-=
40 ft. on N side of Margaret Arnold < .:
of them
with the Harvard fancy "
This some U55wr
or
come out figgers.
of all the freeholders their individual share of the of
Lot 15 and Lots 16 to pay cost Sover tneet. by
couldn't add and
\ agency says the U.S. holdings, col eges, even r
amendment of the $5000 homestead exemption provision of the Florida Constitu
& 17, Blk 101 OR
as of June 30. 1962 was worth subtract such figgers, much
Bk 59, Page 231 $299.4 billion, and butted agin less understand lem. Ed says he tion.

I our national debt of $298.2 bil- has quit trying to read Guvern-

lion, made us $1.2 billion lathe ment finances since them Con- Respectfully,
City of Inverness- 17-19-20 Arthur.White 18.84 the sheet in
black. gressmen put tally f' THE CITRUS COUNTY CATTL11h4131V'SASSOCIATION
West 80 ft of Lot
They give a list of our hold- orbit.
20, Blk 110 OR Bk ings and the two biggest was 772 Clem Webster said it was all

47. Page 9 million acres of real estate he could do to keep up with the By: .

j worth $86 billion, and holdings price.of hogs since we crossedthe
Mr 1 1 i i
City of Inverness 17-19-20 County Land & 91.67 owned by the Defense Department New Frontier. Fer instant,

Lot 8 & Lots 9 & Builders Inc. worth $165 billion. he told the fellers he sold a hog Mail Box {lohe % Edec lit
{
10 and less S 10 ft %. John Zakaukas' Farthermore, this Committeesays last year and went to town to j
Lot 10 and less -
of. S these figgers is based on test out the price on sausage.He
north 1 ft of south purchase price and would be said he sold another hog last With Key 390 II
11 ft of Lot 10 lying
week fer the and
way low on the market today. same price
east of a line 100 ft Fer instant, they say the 18 went to town to test it out on CaH Bnoksville; 738-33. .

east of a parallel to acres around the White House sausage and it was up 2 cent a .

west boundary of ? cost original $1,000 and is list- pound. What he wants them fel-

Lot 10, Block 120 < ed at that price in the holdings.But lers on the House Committee I '

OR Bk 79, Page 502. I see in the papers next Guvernment Operations to tell Height In Florida

day where some Republicans in him is who is gitting that extra Living -
:City of Inverness 17-19-20 Hubert & Lydia 29.28 the Congress claims these fig- 2 cent.I .
com.at a stake 50 W. Bailey The Medallion Home
gers was worked up by the reckon Mister Editor, the

ft north of the SE ...',,-_ Democrats and ain't to be trUSt- feelings the fellers at the country .IltVPllJS8

corner of Lot 2, v'C .:....'. :." = 55 ;.S S-. "."-- ed. But any way you look at it, store ha s got on this matteris : '
.Blk 126 & running Mister Editor Democrat or Re- a pritty good crosssectionAmount
thence west 100 ft trtt ly lity art Divito

to a stake on old S Inverness Florida Presents

SAL RR R/W thence of :

north 50 ft to another Description Sec.Twp.Rge. Owner taxes & cost i r ;> . I::> Two Bsdroemc, TiteBeth,
.stake thence east 100 t'
;
r'r, ".E' .- Spacious living reem cath-
ft to another stake, .i :; : said sec. thence N 0 deg '" w.. ceiling... with I MM.

which said stake is 'aI> \ .. 01 min East along W bdry. .- i J + .,"
the NE of said :, t S '
cor. of said sec. 45 ft more : .
., : All electric. kit.h.nS
J.ot 2, Blk 126 thence ..' ; S
.. or less to POB and that .../ fI
,south SO ft to POB OR S -" of
portion of NW 1/4 NW ." :.
"
Lftiifty roomScresnedffi
qy
564. "
Bk 101
Page .- 1/4 of sec. 21, lying .-. :. !. *.
5e
between the R/W of ACL t. .J iJ..' J. f
: .
. .
17-19-20 55.23: r .> porch wfch sliding
City of Inverness James F. Smith RR and US 41 that lies ;.1 -
Lot 5, Block 132 :-L-' northerly of the city ";;t'= >- .,,-- . g4oM doors.

road less part sold Foster ,; .
Lincoln Park 16-19-20 John Manfrin 12.97 86 559 <" / Carport
White. OR Bk Page lYE EEiTI1E
..
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5 '

& 6. Block C, OR '. l Da 1r CompiNs Mwinnl.r, Therm

86 Page 559 ,;' :!:' .. NOTICEDEUNQUENTTANGIBLE -- Hot in every reern.r .

'
t Begin at NW corner 21-19-20 .J ohn tanfr1n 150.11 PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX Y

of Sec. 21. thence E Notice is hereby given that the following tangible property taxes Lot 17, Bteek 12

along N bdry. of said for the year 1962 became delinquent April 1. 1963. and that the Inverness Acres

sec. 850 ft, thence S same are now drawing, interest, and that unless such delinquent

0 deg 01 min. west ,*<*=:*,,,*>*<*. -.... .: tangible property taxes are paid before June 3, 1963, warrants S .

271.35 ft to the northerly ; .. will issue thereon directing levy upon and seizure the tangiblepersonal fl '

toad bdry.thence of S a 73 dry property of the taxpayer for unpaid taxes. !!_ 1IiIIb $11,....


deg 54 min West ., .' Name v._ AiiVMint of Tax ',Costs TotalBobbie's I N V ERN E S S P LOR I D A c.N4t W'W' LM .....,
..
635.29 ft along said V aN..., '"


easterly northerly bdry bdry of to R/W the..- .. '.Lewis Realty Texaco CJ.Station S ,. . "43.56 17.60 6.79- S qomTz&ii1Th.{ : : '. W ; y-

John ManIrin
of road. thence A r;
r county . .' 11.12 PbHI 726-1212 HMM mIIII !
Sidwell
S. .
Joseph .d 726
,northwesterly along the ',' Ii I) lox 605
13.28
-
Wilkerson
Robert C.
of.d _
easterly bdry .
s Rema Y. Dean, City Clerk & Tax Collector)
S ; county road 465 ft, more _
of Inverness,CitrUs Oninty, 1-lurida .
or less lowest bdry. of ,- .- J" '.. City !







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Deeds RecordedApril Receives Wings, 1 r\fk'8y\ Tsab Gvto*

Gladys Davis
I 25 through May 1, 1963 & 5 in Sect. 12-19-16. a Promotion To Lt. Sportsmen's Bowl . The Lake Tsala Gardens
Service'& Sales Mikliff Corp. to Jerome C. & Town of Crystal River to i l Community Club will bave a PKtic -
Rosemarie S. Kearney; Lot 86 Raleigh Milton; Land in Boel George R.Howard of Invernesshas Standings on Monday die 13th; 5:00
HOMOSASSXST'lilNliS.VALERIE Sunkist Estates. lerts Addition to the Town of been commissioned a U.s. -I '1 Km- at the picnic area in Wet
1n Gulf Highway Land Corp. to Crystal River. Frx Air Force second lieutenant IHIS ,Gardens.
Thomas V. &Frances Infantino; Ira & Ruth Marlow to JosephA. awarded silver wings following '-,= Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lee
Lots 2 & 3, Block C. Unit 2, & Mary A. Deplanty; Landsin his graduation from navigator have returned from a weeks visit -
Gulf Highway Land.S. Sea. 10-20-20. training at James Connally N HER LEAGUE Nell Jordan 231 in Shreveport, La.
.'Maurice & Edith A. Whit- Paul M. & Mary I. Watermanto AFB Texas.Lt. WON LOST Eleanor Bonifield 201 Miss Anne MerrttC and nephew -
Inverness, Fla. craft & George C. & Irene Dy- William &. Ethel F. Tareila; Howard,a graduate of Staun- Bennetts RexallDrug 40/2 19/2 Dorothy Gegan 201 and Miss Jane Curtis of
er to Chart!& ...&Eva W.Rick- Lands in Sect. 14-19-16. ton (Va.) Military Academy anda Carlson Realtor 36/2 23/2 Syracuse. N.Y. were recent
Phone>> 726.4094MONTUESWEDTHURS er; Lot 49, Block A, Unit 1, Indian Louise Black & Carroll F. former student at the Univer-' R&H Renes Bldrs. 35/2 24/2 Pin Busters MeetingThere guests of Mr.andMrs.Charles
Waters. King to J. Frank Phelps; Lots sity of Oklahoma and Pennsy- Cookie Cutters 34/2 25/2 will be a meeting of all Morrison.
SHOW only Francis D. & Lola M.Provostto 1 & 2, Block 28, Town Plat of lvania State University,received Buzby Tax Service 33 27 members of the womans sum- Carl Fogelstrom is confinedin
BOX OFFICE opens 7:15 Nellie Hungerford; ,Lot 94, Homosassa. radar and celestial naviga- Miss Milwaukee Deep mer bowling league May 16.The the University of Florida
SHOW begins 7:30 P.M. Block 21, Unit 1, River lakes Madge Davis Purcell to Char tion. training in Air Force T29'Flying Sea Fishing 32 28 meeting will be held at Sportsmen Hospital Clinic at Gainesville
Friday TWO SHOWS Manor. les E. & Nellie F. Rizor; Lot Classroom" aircraft.He Springs Ceramic Studio 32 28 Bowl at 7:00 p.m.Be sure Mrs. Robert O. Craig ot
Beginning 7:30 P.M. Bessie & Clarence Pierce to 18 of Bitting's Addition to South is being reassigned to Tra- Chick Chitty 28 32 and attend this meeting.League Springfield, Ohio is visiting her
Continuous SHOWS Douglas M. & Nora Belle Pist- Citronelle vis AFB, Calif., for duty. Connors Office Supply 27 33 bowling will start followingthis mother-in-law Mrs. Florence
Saturday & Sunday ole; Lands in Sect. 311818.F. Tom B. &. Tymesia M.Walker The lieutenant is the son of Segars Real Estate 26 34 meeting. Craig.
from 2 P.M. & Martina Avanzini to Shirley to Richard E. and/or Glendora_ retired Lt. Col. James C.How Smith & Ogden 26 34
..........
Spaulding; Land in C. Buck R. Adams: Lot 14, Block9,Unit GEORGE R. HOWARD, ard of Inverness. Dolphin Deep Sea
I Wed. Thurs. Friday: Turner Campsites. 3, Hickory Hill Retreats. fineness Fishing 9 51 CALL
NIGHT CREATURES Sportsmens Developing Corp.to Edward G. & Alice M. Math- HIGH TEAM SERIES
Color Clarence E. & Lila Maple; ews to Joseph & June Helen lhE Old 1im42. Highlands NorthMr. Buzby Tax Series 2070
Lot 6, Block C, Unit 1, Back- Quintal; Lot 19, Block 334,Unit : Springs Ceramic Studio 2061 CITIZEN
I Saturday Double Feature: waters Heights.St. 10, Villa Terrace. and -Mrs. Edward Wise HIGH TEAM GAME
REQUIEM FOR A Martins Estuary Retreats, Woodland Estates, Inc.to C.H. had a surprise visit from Mr. Chick Chitty 708 RADIO EQUIPMENT SERVICEF.C.C.
HEAVYWEIGHTand Inc. to O.H. & Sabie I. Dudley; & Ruby H.Havnaer: Lands in and Mrs. Mike Vuocoho and Springs Ceramic Studio 708
Land in St.Martins Estuary Re- Sect. 18-18-17. daughter of Orlando. Theywere HIGH IND. SERIES
ONE EYED JACKSSun. treats. Mayme V. Hipple to Livonia rlrr former neighbors in Messpeth, Carl Buzby 600 Licensed Technician
L.M. Anderson To Laura Mc- Michigan; Lot 48, Unit 1 of ti l Long Islakd. Stan Zalencki 581 .
Mon. Tuesday: Clain Anderson; Lot 6,Block C, Lecanto Acres.Withlacoochee. Mr. akd Mrs. Carl Willig of Nell Jordan 591
THE SAD SACK Unit 3 Paradise Country Club. Cove Corp. to St. Petersburg spent several Evelyn Hood 521 W. D. Bakbmff
Starring Jerry Lewis Harlow Land to FloridaCarolina Walter C. & Mary H. Binkley: days with the Wises. HIGH IND. GAME ,
"Let it this
1 Land Corp._; Govt. Lots!_ Lot 2, Block 18, Unit 3, With- me put wayifyour Oscar Kopf and Mr. and Mrs. Stan Zalencki 222
La-Popka IslandsWitlilacoochee car were a horse,it would William of Carl Hernando
Kopf Clermont visited Buzby 215 EJorida Phone 726-1937
Cove Corp. to 1 I have to be shot. Mr.and Mrs.George Schultz .
Fero Insurance :
AgencyHome Burton E. & Margaret Foster; ,
Lot 96, Block 8, Unit 3, With-
La-Popka Islands.Withlacoochee _0 ,,.'

(]f; :; Travel MortgageLife Richard O. & Virginia Cove Corp Way;Lot to

Auto Hospitalization Popka 10, Block Islands.21, Unit 3, With-La-

Withlacoochee Cove Corp. to i
All types of insurant aiiorea\-u you to save money.
Alice M. Buck; Lot 10, Block

I 24, Unit 3, With-La-Popka Is- .. .. ..
r Fast Claim Settlements lands. -- .w--- -.r .r r..r.r..wr..w.-n.nn

Withlacoochee Cove Corp. to
Parkview Hotel Biag. since 1930 Dwellie C. & Margaret E.Mor-
Dunnellon Ph. 489-2412 489-2338 ris; Lot 48, Block I, Unit 1,
With-La-Popka Islands. ENTER THE COCA-COLA BOlTLERS'GO

James L. Reynolds to Q. &
Eliane G. Beltram; Lands in
Sect. 342020.Q. .
&Eliane G.Beltram Has-
kel P. & Virginia Donaldson;
BUILDING SUPPLIESSPECIAL f f Lands in Sect. 342020.A.T. AMERICANTEST'
.Annesley to William Earle
Gilstrap; Lot 207 River Bend
Unit 6.Thomas.
J.&Mary E.Powell to
A.T. Annesley;lot3,River Bend
l William R. & Ruth M. Hilty to .
t Harold Mills; Lot 7, Block 100
Inverness.
FOR MAY 9th .Mary Simon, widow & Robert
L. Simon(son) & wife Beatriceto
2 1/4 Inch Clamshell Molding John N. &Mildred Ossenfort;
Lot 165, Sportsmens Park Sub.
Short lengths 2c per foot Rolling Oaks Corp. to WilliamJ.

& Helena Tinkham; Lot 10,
1 1I Block 3, Unit 1, Beverly Hills. -
I Free Delivery William J. & Ruby Rees to
Walter S. Palmer Lands in -- C. DORSET 1r RUNABOUT' WITH EVMRUK 79 HPSTAKFUTC
\ Sect. 351719.S. V MOTOR MO SUPEB UTH TUUiR.
Maurice & Edith A. Whit-
0 craft & George C. & Irene Dyerto L
1 Art & Carrie Hardware David &Katherine E.RodmanLot .
53, Block A. Unit 1, Indian >

& Building Supplies Waters.Leon &Evelyn M.Lane to Nor- i z

&Mildred McCollum
man L. ;
I Lot 3, 4 & 5, Block H, U.S. 19
Call Collect 793-3341
#3 Addition. __
Hwy. 470 S. Lake Panasoffkee, Fla. Inverness Acres to Elmer & :' r Y. '
Leona M. Hoffman; Lot 18r -
Block 9,Unit 1,Inverness Acres
Biggest little town in Central Florida Ben &Nellie Reed to Walter W.

i & Gussie B. Stern; Land in .,, _
Citrus Acres.Homosassa.

Enterprises, Inc.
a Wizard to Mel & Kathryn Porter;Landsin --'.- ;- {
or Sect. 28-19-17. g

Homosassa Enterprises, Inc.
do have to Charles & Gladys Michaels;
you a Lands in Sect. 28-19-17.
George A. &. Mildred Dippel
i fall grass complex Garland B. Potterfield;Tract 7,
Block G. Potterfield's New May
field Acr es.Chassahowitzka. 1883 FORD COUNTRY
. try ait River Estates SEDAN STATION MASON r rS
Development Corp. to Royal &
Violet E. Gilman; Lots 10 & 11
Block A,Unit 4,Chassahowitzka
,., River Estates.December. ...

Freeze w

Killed 14 Million A. 1883 TNOMttBOtg COXYDtTBU IT FORD

Florida Fruit TreesThe
L 2 'III CYPIIa r.... Hf tNK
Florida Citrus Commis- L NBI!t UItI'M' EtIIPtE PHNM
3 sion this week released figures t. COLBUM CAKTM lEI

t citrus noting the industry Impact upon by the Florida's heavy Win all this, plus $XOOOO in cash L L fffNiH'NRN/N"SfAUMSMfTSCNBTK. -:1If:

freeze of last December.The lH1M' IN N11[ l11ffI
commission announced First Prize total value: $22,000 HMK TTMMnr CM U NimI
that town of yours Tuesday that one million pro- sell M. CtMMJrV CtfMT CAN
e ems to grow faster than you can mow. 1 ducing trees were killed each
...better take a long look at the new hour the temperature remained
MANCO mower...because below freezing.
there's a MANCO ideally suited to? On the night of December 12 the
individual temperature dropped below 32
your requirements. degrees and remained there for 2nd PRIZE: 1963 Ford Country 2 3rd PRIZES:Dorsett Iff Runabout Look For The Sptcial'"America" Caff-DM Caps WWi
j 14 hours. Thus, 14 million trees Sedan Station Wagon 2 Wenzel with Ewnrude 75 HP Shield Ofi TeCo
Sleeping Bags Coleman CampStarfht.. V Motor and Super
were destroyed. inc Set.Ff lueger TreespeecT Gator Trailer. 1 Pair Cypress

TJ*glide all new through self propelled the toughest MANCOwill ior"Spinning Fishing Gardens Kit Set. Ff Water.lueger 1 Pair Skis"Jun Cypress 200 Gardens 40i Water PRIZES Skis.: Kodak"Starmite" @ eTII. <;> <;>

growths cutting a 24 inch swath ViGRA Spalding Sports Chest. Camera Outfit
with power to spare...and America Contest Especially far Raid.. is of Alabama,
controlled with one handle / /!?? Florida Missouri awl WiwtntM
J mm I Yes. this Contest limited to a 4-rtate area (end other hunted
located at your fingettips.ftbFR areas where offered) Th i. means tfcat'you .have. an even better
SQUIBB : + chance of winning!
S @ .
. Play Tho Matt America Cant,the fame that may lead
..
you to fabulous exciting prize Irs easy! Mt hurt And the whole
family can play! Look for the Coke caps: wrt* the tIMId on top
Illustrations Under The Caps Beneath,.,cap is a famous American landmark. VMtat a wonderful
There Are 102 Different
to Discover America.
cQ. way
With The Shield On Top! .
il'P .726-1041 MGRANS411188 REMEMBER THE CONTEST IS OPEN IN LIMITED
"" .' <' Illustrations like these represent: landmarks from all! over America.And ..-, AREAS ONLY.ITS EASY TO ENTER..ENTER AS OFTEN
wherever you go in America,enjoy that refreshing new feeling AS YOU LIKE. SEE YOUR DEALER lOON FOR COMPLETE
uutin.vlr r"Hst' with delicious ice-cold CocCoU. Never too sweet. Coke gives RULES AND ENTRY DLANKS4r
you that big bold taste that's always Just rightBottled

t' under the authority of The Coca-Cola Company by: BOTTLER'S NAME

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mna


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.' Less than 3C a day
"We Service What We Sell" _.c' -"t /,'

Cook's Pharmacy J.: r. "
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::1i ESERVATION1 Hernando. !' When You Timk oThink

BY MRS HAROLD ROBERTS
. -Note, readers-of the Hernando* INSURANCE '
column: If you desire your
names, parties meetings etc. ofJOHN.
u? in this column, please call me J/J;
f any time at 7261497.Mrs. ROSCOW
.
Ola Townsend has returned -
) tS.YY t-: home after a two week

__ ; __ stay in Root Brooksville has returned hospital.Leo home. "On the Square" PlnM 726-2220

after receiving medical treat-
..
ment at Munroe Memorial Hospital -
Ocala.
The Hernando WMU will hold
their monthly meeting at the TREES an(SHRUBBERYin
home of Mrs. Fannie Forbesnext
r Tuesday at 2 p.m. The organization containers can be set out now. We deliver, setout
will be observing its and guarantee, (small extra charge). All varieties
i 75th year. citrus trees, silver maple, patmc. (...t
rt Mrs. Irene Webb has gone to freeze ). Elms (worlds fastest shade), J........
Alabama to visit her son and Thousands of others. Plants, flowers and .....
family Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
t Webb of Mobile.

,:, Pond The children of Hernando
\ o. Methodist Church enjoyed an Landscape Nursery
outing Saturday at the home of
\ Mrs. Walter Decks River Both locations, Lincoln Park and Sportamaas park.
AYk Lakes Manor.
;
:.4.4.Yi Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scudder
,. have arrived at their home on
r Parsons Point aftervisitingrelatives -
and friends in Chattan-
: ooga. Save More At Sawaya'sFULL
4 4. Mrs.Harold Roberts.sonGail,
-= and Jake Carpenter Dunnellon
I r. wd went to Clearwater Sunday to attend -
the wedding of a former FULL
S $1798
h school mate of Myra Roberts in
PRICEThis
PRICE
Tampa. Myra was Maid of Hon-

:ED JP.&.2iT 11:>> 'Y'CJz I. or. price includes Federal Tax, service, .........
The Hernando Elementary and delivery in Ocala
( School will hold its regular
,1 meeting and last for the .
term. 1963 Rambler
:r 2.'iiT c.;; \< Mrs. Lloyd of Inverness will

SKETCH SHOWS LAYOUT of new 980-acre Boy Scout camp site east of Lake Wales. Scout leadersin install new officers. AMERICAN "200"( 2 DOOR

i Bui jld! That New Home the eight-county area comprising the Gulf Ridge Council (including Citrus County) are now in the ihe. Old &7)& c
process of raising funds to develop the site for 600 campers to serve the needs of a doubled Boy
Scout membership. Present camping capacity in the area is only 130. y' s



Bridge St. Dunnellon Scouts Launch Fund DriveBoy V#

Scout conservative projection in- ida, and has had no major im-
% ;: Free Deliveries West Coast that the total boy mem- provements in 20 years. The
counties in Scouting will also remainder of the money will be
t Ridge by 1970,"Brorein added. used to expand the Scout Ser- "There are two kinds of STANDARD EQUIPMENT INCLUDES:
i fund drive- boys of today are our vice Center at the foot of the men who don't understand Turn signals, double safety brake system,self adjusting brakes
'BOWLES'It history: one asset.We must pro- Brorein St. Bridge in Tampa. women-bachelors and hus 2-year battery, oil filter, fuel tank filter,front arm rests, dual
;4 HU 9-2400 used to adequate facilities for The 980-acre camp site near bands." sun visors front ash tray, bumper guards f root and rear, front
ies during them to become the Lake Wales as yet unnamed seat foam cushion, dome light, lifetime guarantee on muffler
Civic citizens our communities was given to the Gulf Ridge and tailpipe, transmission and rear axle lubricants never need
chosen to need tomorrow." Council by the ACL in 1961. A Paradise changing: permanent anti-freeze.
: of the drive fund-raising drive, which special committee headed by at 54-45
LUMBER C.O. comprising be held during May,seeks John Snively Jr., Winter Haven Lawn ServiceProfessional $19, DOWN36PaymentS per month,
'It rus, a capital develop- citrus grower worked for more life.
fund, to meet the needs of than a year developing plans to 1%Sales Tax Tag Title. Etc., Extra
Highlands.Carl in, the eight-county make the site one of the finest
D. over the 'next 10 years. Boy Scout camps in America. SAWAYA AUTOMOTIVERAMBLER
pa is the fund drive gets under* The plans call for developingthe PLYMOUTH HILLMAN
fund drive. over the next 3 to 5 Lawn CareBox
later this month, a 1200- camp 2 E. Jefferson Ocala, Fla. Phone 622-4133
to a size where it will
years
f Citing the team will solicit funds
ing the eight counties accomodate more than 400 boys.
OCALA BUSINESS DIRECTORY rein said up the Gulf Ridge Coun- It/will serve Scout troops in all 412 Crystal RiverPh.
boys in the of the eight counties making up 795-3370 ADVERTISE IN THE CHRONICLE
area will the Gulf Ridge Council.
of the drive is 558505. .
cade. said that the bulk of
.,
k .
-- '-
-- -'- money to be raised in the

Williams S. & 'S. Supply lie. scratch--a will go to 09acre developing--site

Salon'A miles east of Lake Wales,
to the Scouts by the At-
I Radiator Service Your Htadquaitef.In Coast Line Railroad.Part NEW AFETYSEE
Ocala For ha Finest money will be used to im
J CLEANING --- REPAIRING Lui. bet and Building. and expand Camp Owen
RECORING Materials an 80-acre site 25
northwest of Tampa.This -
Prices Are Extra Low oldest Scout camp in Flor-
SPECIALIZING IN ;Our SEE AND FEEL !
FRONT END AND BRAKE 207 West Lincoln Street,
SERVICE OCALA, FLORIDA Supper
307 West 10thSt. ala.Florida
.phhnqhl3609 r
f Phone 622-7910 Cool VFW Post Friday D
-There will be a
feminine installation of officers at
SEE US FOR Rooks Jr.,Post 4252, .
Raolln" *. Skil Tools on Friday night beginning ; : '
Plumbing All members of the Post
complete Roofing"ServiceRtRoofinf Lumber Phone Ladies Auxiliary, as well !:" ,
and Raking Devoe Points are urged to be -
for the supper and prog-
Residential or Commercial Berkley Pumps .

Snoppln Turtl. their meeting last Friday ,
BulltUpjUbestoa Awhmlt! Lawn Mowers Ladies Auxiliary accepted v tE ':;:';
day Tile Atlas Alro Power Mowers of Florence
l Marlon aad elected Hester
Marloi H lat I Ig. HARDWARE CO. Mi Delegates to the office to the of depart treas J

AND ROOFING CO.OOALA bone MA 2-3181 convention in Miami I ... .
Phone: MArion 2-4072 17 No Magnolia Ocala, Fl a. Beach in June, were also elect- : ...
: / ....,
308 N. Orftore Sffect I ed. .: 1Wt.. $<:$'<:: .

II Florida' Railroad CommissionPecnitNo.. 31 Ocala lumber 'iJf: \

LOCAL AND LONG Company, inc. :; Get Rid Of .
MOVING ', : '
DISTANCE t ... f..,. .r ;
I Since 1928 You Build Better with E11iCollier's IRONREDor :>< :
Dned Lumber
= \\1F"
Tlrlliial r M
A m mPBUILDING late line of 1 i ,
MATERIALS Y or
W Ore L.Ouse BIRD ROOFING 1 :'7 F.Fr .
PRATT&L All B ERT PAINTS 'J'DISCOLORED WATER' s:':
ft !Van Co. GYPSOM

Cor. Osceola and Taylor''Sc with our Water ,
OCALA FLORIDA 1214 N. Magnolia
Office Phone MA 2-8377 Ocala, Fla. Softening, and
D II e i A,

Filtering Service i .
Clint Lowder .Mobile one Plumbing!


Homes Sales Inc. & ApplianceFor YES YES n A F

new or used Mobile Homes FRANCHISED: Hot Point Dealei ..
.We'll meet or beat anyones Septic tanks cleaned. Drain '
+terms or prices Try Clint fields installed. Septic tank ad- YES
Lowder before you buy. 1984 vice and supplies. 120 E. Ft.
N. Pine Ocala. Ph. 629-3200 King ave. Ocala. Ph. Ma. 2-
i 4162. Collect calls accepted. NEW ATLAS PLYCRON TIREHow

) 'Galvanized & Plastic Pipe

and Full Line of Fittings do you look at a tire-tread?At depth only? for quicker,safer stops.You get more mileage,

Locel aid Leag DbtMce 'MIV1Hili's You should also look at the amount of rubber lessside.eliponturnseesysteerinfrealaontrol.!! -
Lawn Mower & Out Board Motors Repaired in contact with the road! New ATLAS Plycron You have a choice of two quick-action fu"raa-

puts up to 25%more working rubber on the road. tees.Adjustments can be prorated tnadJqjk
Val Service ". The ATLAS tire spreads the cars load over remaining, or on number of month in ... /dad

far more surface. Together with its improved Standard Oil stands behind every ATLAS t+R.

TERMINAL Co raw Hag& N. Pin. St. Highway tread design,it gives up to 16% better traction Come in SOOB..thea60te6fl. si rdt

Ocala, Florida WHITE DISTRIBUTING CO.No. .

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Worlds Sweetest Onions Strout Realty Opening Offices HI6HLAWS .


Only 50 Lb. 10 ib LimitNo For Citrus County SalesStrout FAITH CHAPEL

we are not crazy Just love to get acquainted. W. n.sday of 7:30 p.m.
Realty will open a branch throughout the United sea.
Proyw Singing
office near Inverness it was announced The famous Strouf catalojatJi Study
Landscape Nursery today. Mrs. Annie V. circulated to more than_BBo SUNDAY SERVICES
Brown has been appointed man prospects annually.The Church
2 locations School..10:00
-Sportsman Park and Lincoln Park a.m.
ager of the office according to appointment Mrs.Brown
information received by the to manage the Inverness officeis Worship......... 11:00 a.m.
Chronicle from the company'shome the result of prosperous and Evang. ''Swvic..7JO p. m.
office in New York. progressive growth which Cit-
CITRUS HIGH SCHOOL Strout Realty,Inc.,is a nation- rus County has enjoyed and JAY & ELSIE PRENTISS
wide sales organization. It has Strout Realty sees teady Pastors
& .
1/t. 'K< country dealing in land and ence for this area. Mrs Brown
---------Inr.------- ,acreage farms businesses and explains the operations of the for Sick Any Time
Business Established 1865 --Means 97 Years Of 11 - income property, homes and new office will include sur- Cordial Welcome to You I
Experience. Member New York Stock Exchange apd SHJUENl recreation property. rounding areas.
other Leading Domestic and Canadian Exchanges.ONE _.' Mrs. Brown has been a prop The new office address is
WALL STREET: NEW YORK 5 .--.- '" - erty owner in Citrus County for Highway 41. one half mileSouth
re-QUNCILPROJECT several years and has been a of Inverness City limits. Office ADVERTISE IN
1.,>- permanent resident of this phone is 726-2567. THE CNRONIf7.F4Vz
Stocks Bonds Mutual'Funds . ., county for the past two years.
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OCALA BRANCH She came to this county from ""
Phone 622-7294 collect Hillsborough county Florida
401 E. Silver Springs Blvd. where she operated her own
broker's office.
Mrs. Brown invites property
owners to avail themselves of
, Strout's nationwide service for
COMPLETED--Members of the 1962-63 Student CouncilatCitrus High School pose with
YOU ARE? CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND their completed project of the year which will be erected at the beginning of next fall's school pany's securing advertising buyers. The budget com-is

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES term. The special bulletin board painted the school colors of black and gold will be erected atop hundreds of thousands of dollars
the present sign (student council project of 1959)) and that sign also painted the school colors. each year distributed tt
SUNDAY LESSON-SERMON SUBJECT Robert N. Smith Jr., (wearing glasses) faculty advisor for the student government is shown with more than 500 newspapers among
the organization. --photo by Tannehill ;
"Adam and Fallen Man" -- \ (


CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Chamber Of Commerce Run By Clique? 1


Comer Osceola at Emory St. Inverness. Florida (EDITOR'S NOTE: Outlined the best way to break it up nies a day? Citrus County NOT INTERESTED IN
SUNDAY SERVICE 11:00 A.M. briefly in the following para- would be to join the group and iness and professional ..." But the
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. graphs are those objectionsmost assert your own opinions and afford not to belong to the is interested in you as
TESTIMONIAL MEETING 7:30 ".Me often heard to joining the ideas. But as a natter of fact ber. His organization professional resi-
2nd and 4th Wednesday Chamber of Commerce--any your Chamber is governed by for and with him all the you certainly are in-
2-4' Chamber of Commerce. Do you by-laws. Your Chamber is wide advance his own in this community or
READING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC FrI.
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belong to any of the Chambersof open to interested and enter- through the development be going business
also before and after the Wednesday
meeting- Commerce in Citrus County? prising members--with each community. you should be con-
Location Sunday School room. Have you ever voiced any of one entitled to and eligible for ....... about the vital work your 1 1e1
"THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU these objections? We offer them positions ofleadership"and au "I BELONG TO TOO is trying to do for your N6N AbY1flU.Ir,
WFLA-Radio 970 Sunday-8:15 ,A.M. for your thorough consideration. thority. ORGANIZATIONS As a progressive busi-
******* Good professional citizen
WDBo-Radio 580 Sun day-9:15 A.M. 'THE) CHAMBER IS RUN BY "MY BUSINESS IS TOO SMALL doubt doing organizations a lot for your to be a'"free loader"you, WE LIKE PEOPLETO
A CLIQUE..." If that were true ..." But small businesswhichwants munity--but your others do the job for
to grow--cannot grow in the only all-inclusive all the responsi-
isolation. Small business. can tion working for the which you should share. TALK ABOUT OUR
I .......
develop by participation in the ment of your town--
civic and economic affairs of cially, industrially and JOIN LATER..I'LL
Special ways to Remember the community. And it's a fact ally. Your Chamber is OVER"Withoutyou-- HOME BUYING LOANS!
that many successful owners responsibilities and --the Chamber loses
and operators of small businesses a "must" for all of us and the push your We want everyone to know FIRST FEDERAL'S Home
are leaders in Chamber business here. will give it. Buying Loans are most economical can be arranged A
work. miss those many con- promptly with a minimum of red tape.
XXXXXXXXXXX
xxxxxxxxxxxxx ....... people and in com-
x XXXXxX xxxxxxxxxxx "I'M A PROFESSIONAL tAN, affairs that are so val Find out for yourself. Drive to our handy office this .
xx Xx x I DON'T NEED THE CHAMBER you in your own busi- week ... there's plenty of parking space ... and talk
gt te
..." But you're also a businessman Save time-- to one of our Loan Officers about a Home Buying
making your living right and the Chamber's--by Loan. He'll take care of your Loan request promptly,
x here in Citrus County.Your own novel I set you up with a Home Buying Loan you can afford.
I UL x xx success depends on the pros- \Ij .
perity of your community and
xx xx its people. You should be con- ten years later I de- ECONOMICAL LOANS TO
x xx cerned about the Chamber's efforts was very brilliant and
x xx x x x xxx for community progress 1ItBY how the oldman
because such progress--or lack so much in ten BUY AND BUILD HOMES
of it-is so directly reflectedin NELSON SHORT "
your own professional life. FLORAL CITY and fathers rejoice to
....... CHURCH OF CHRIST manifestations of their
"I'M BEGGED TO DEATH..." Prov. 17:25 "A foolish love for them. T.B. HO
We're not begging--but simply grief to his father and beautifully expressed ,
suggesting that you invest in the ness to her that bare in this poem:
future of your own city..in the "Hearken unto thy father ( my withered hands in
future of your own business.Together begat thee and despise Children of my soul; -
GIVE HER CANDY let's work to stimulateand mother when she Is old"( heart is craving love: tees.
Gift Wrappedby stabilize our economy here. 23.:22). growing old. See. the
United effort is sound and prac- We can honor parents by of many years Crown my
tical--for all of us. ing them with our brow: As'I've loved
.......
HOLLINGSWORTHPANGHURNS if they are needy. One you. Love and pet me
"I DON'THAVETIMETOATTEND last things Jesus did )
Special MEETINGS..." Somedon't make provision for the Savings Pl*. d With Us By The 10thSating
> that's true. But those who welfare of his mother.As
BELLECAMPTHE simply haven't got time to attend dying on the cross, he Marine Center
meetings or take an active part over the multitude and Payable SImiAnnuIIIy7iJut7eJe1tRt
in Chamber affairs can help mother and said to John
with their financial support. hold thy mother! And
IDEAL GIFT FOR MOTHER Mother'sCOSMETICS Hundreds do because they know hour the disciple took
Priced special that funds are necessary to his own house" (John )
INTIMATE Eeu De Toilette by 1- continue the Chamber's vital Parents care for their *
.. work for our community. during a helpless ..
Revlon .. < I ren
AND LOAN
< d .....**
Fla."I'M
M oftentimes years later,p
SPRAY MIST i; \ Day Sale "I USED TO BELONG BUT I become helpless and ASSOCIATIONLEESBUR

A Fine Fragrance From Coty ,.'- \ DROPPED OUT..." But while cared for by the ON ALL MAKES . *
4 fragrances . .' \ you were out others were car- has a way of balancing South t fr..t tTt.JJR<
: the ball--and have also honor 41 Inverness
$3.50 plus tax S. rying you We may t
## ' ;.. been profiting from their ef- writing them often if we 726-2413
PRICED SPECIAL FOR .. forts. Now it's time for you to arated from them. The
MOTHERS DAY -. . rejoint your fellow businessmen expressed it thus:
MUGUET by COTY -to' do your part in this big (The tender words
MISTTALC SACHET job. The letters never sent.
## .. ....... forgotten messages. The CONFERENCE-CLOSING OFFICE
REVLON "MOON DROPS" i "WE CAN GET ALONG WITHOUT of love unspentFor
12 oz bottle THE CHAMBER..." Hundreds some hearts are .
$12.00 VALUE $6.85plus tax of Citrus County business these some loved ones ,., ..
: and professional men are demonstrating show them that you r er...._.. zrYtrat' ,-
J- by their active them Before it is too '? . t t t t t wt
membership that they don.'t There is a tendency ?
.w1Th think sq. They've seen Citrus youth to be : : ; :H :

County grow in recent years... wards parents.Many ________
they see still greater growth in ple think that father and
the years ahead--through the are survivors of an
THE IDEAL GIFT EASTMAN-KODAK united effort their Chambers age unlearned and
them. Mark Twain once said
give
CAMERA ULTRA ....... thing like this"When I
UNIVERSAL HANDY MODERN "I CAN'T AFFORD TO BE- teen I thought my father
HANNAH INSTAMATIC 100 ... LONG..." At only a few pen- most ignorant man I had Y

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