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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 30, 1963
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
weekly[ former <1939-1968>]
semiweekly[ former <1980-1981>]
daily
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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: VID01591
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 15802799
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lccn - sn 87070035

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t. .Weekend Highway Deaths 4 a" Gas Create Expansion Unexpected NeedsBy




'J More death on the highways-- vehicle crashed head-ou with
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'.. another about five miles southof yton Ohio resident critically
j on Citrus County highways. NANCY WEBB
, injured in Sunday's wreck. members they could borrow up
,Three highway fatalities within Homosassa Springs on US Trooper F.S. Barker said Fader P The Board of Public instruction to a four year period, pledging
two days. A total of six road 19. studied a report Tuesday of and district taxes and
county
attempted another
., deaths in the county for the 1963 Highway Patrolman Jack to pass school construction needs as racetrack funds to$117,297.
vehicle and collided head-on up
year..haU of them accounted Crews, who investigated Saturday's with a 1956 Buick being outlined in 1960 in a school Or the board can pledge more
! for over the past weekend. collision, said Thompsonwas oper- plant sun ey. of its capital outlay
ated by Ora Fraze 53, St. Pet- money
' from 491 480
into
An elderly Brooksville man, turning An overall amount of $401, which would yield 140000. The
ersburg. Fraze was killed instantly -
Shaw White Thompson, 76, was when his 1960 pickup was struck 550 K.
and'his wife MarieSor- was given by Supt.Harry board could also ask the peopleto
killed instantly shortly after from the rear by a 1957 2 1/2 Buie, board ,as need-
secretary bond
Fraze 49 vote a issue or to vote
ensen was declared
noon Saturday in a two truck ton truck being operated by Edward ed to complete additional con- additional four mills district
'I dead on arrival to a Gainesville
collision at the intersection of James Cisco, 31, Brooks- struction and alterations in the tund.
491 ville. The latter, owned by West hospital after being transferredfrom
SR and 480. about 10 miles Citrus Memorial county system. It was pointed out that if the
south of Lecanto. His wife, 60, Coast Concrete Co., was loaded here. The Frazes'daughter Hospital, 16- Breaking down the schools minimum Foundation Fund is
with concrete blocks.
sustained :serious internal injuries and their construction needs
increased for teachers, the BPI
year-old Carolyn entered the
and is hospitalized at Trooper Crews charged Cisco : r Buie said Crystal River High
will have to fourth of
one
local pay
hospital for fractured rib
with failure to have his vehicle needs
Brooksville.On $27,750 to
under and lacerations. construct two the increase. This will have to
Sunday afternoon a St. control. new classrooms. Citrus High from the
Local come capital outlay
for the
Petersburg man and wife were TENTATIVE CHARGES of arrangements needs$24,000 for two new
victims handled PRINCIPAL HARMON CHESSER CONGRATULATES four of Crystal River's more outstanding fund.
killed and their teenage daughter driving on the wrong side of the land Funeral were Home of by Strick seniors following presentation of awards in the school auditorium Tuesday night. The four classrooms. And Inverness Elementary Also, if the money is borrowedon

severly injured when their road have been made against River. Crystal graduates are, left to right, Paige Houghtalin Steve Elbrecht, Fay Duffy and Johnny Bowman. needs $88.250 for bonds the board will needto

John A. Fader,53-year-oldDa- These and 20 other seniors will receive their diplomas in commencement exercises tonight. construction of three class- use the outlay money to repaying -

--photo by Tannehill rooms, restrooms, library,kit- the loan.

: Keating Trains Nichols New Prexy Mrs. Jones Retires chen, elementary storage and classroom alterations.One is. Board members decided to
the
River Awards Honors StudentsCRYSTAL study report thoroughly before -
Crystal Program needed at Booker T. Washington. -
After 41 Years; New taking any action.
Local FFA
ChapterMembers in addition to a music reom.
For S&L DutiesThe Teachers Are HiredA RIVER--The high dent. the American History award, homemaking room, restrooms,

of the Citrus High school here held its annual A merit award in junior high Johnny Grannan received the library, gymnasium and two
Citrus County First Federal FFA chapter met last Thursday number of changes in the Awards Night program Tuesday science went to Pam Sanders World History award. Virginia secondary classrooms. This

p; Savings and Loan organization evening for a barbecue, which county s'chool.system for next evening with a large number of and the biology award was pre- Dumas was presented with the cost figure was set at$261,550.THE .

'' group is planning.to begin was preceded by an election of year were made known atTues- students mostly seniors, being sented to Vernon Bertine. junior high math award. UNEXPECTEDGROWTHin 4
in
} operations midJuly.Equipmentandnecessary new officers for the coming day's meeting of the BPI. recognized for outstanding accomplishment Betty Sue Williams was the recipient Mrs.McCall passed out awardsto the county school system has
business i-
4 summer and school year. Mrs. Elva W. Jones who has during the past of this year's home eco- twelve students for their exceptional brought about these necessary

supplies for the newly- Lonnie Nichols will succeed been teaching for 41 years(mostof year or years in their academic nomics award.Recognized. work in the business construction needs, it was ex,

] I chartered lending organization senior Fred Whitelaw as presi- which were in Citrus County), studies. as the most talented education department, and De- plained. For example the 1964-
i have been ordered. dent of the local chapter. He is retiring as first grade teacher Principal Harmon Chesser vocalist was James Mc witt Crawford ag teacher,pre- 65 school enrollment atCO'stalRiver
1 A business site on main Street will be assisted by Louis Gid- at Floral City. She will be moderated the program and introduced Leod. sented welding certificates to was put at 420 back in

has been leased and a window dens, vice president: Jack Ed- replaced by Mrs. Georgia Lee various members of Charles Blackford.valedictorian four. The senior award went to 1960. However, there were 424

sign has been positioned an- son, secretary; Bobby Henigar McDaniel of DeFuniak Springs. the faculty, who in turn presented was recognized for receiv- Steve Wilson.In enrolled during the past year.
nouncing the new location. treasurer; Kenneth Lancaster Mrs. McDaniel's husband, awards in the form of letters ing the National Math Award the athletic department, The prediction for Inverness '
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I William B. Keating Inverness reporter; Jerry Spears, senti- James, will assume teachingand and certificates to the students. and school's math award was Ronnie Green was recognized as Elementary was set at 383, but
business man and proposed nel; Bobby Hen wood, chaplain; coaching duties at Citrus First on the program was presented to Martha Beth the most outstanding athlete. there were 388 this year. FRED SPOONER

manger of the new operation, is and Jeff Wade,parliamentarian. High, replacing Roland D. At- Miss Sylvia Paulson school li- Reeves. Joe Hembry received Other athletic awards (track) Basically, the growth county- ...Chapter President.'.
taking intensive instructional Delegates to the state FFA kins who is taking over the head brarian who presented certi- the physics award and the jour- went to Green. Steve Elbrecht. wide has by-passed the next two

courses in co-ordination with convention will be David Rob- coaching job at Dunnellon.Two ficates to students helping herat nalism award went to Johnny Billy Barnes, Gerald Roberts years' prediction.The .
officials of the federal south- erts and George Tooke. For- new teachers at Crystal the library during the past Grannan. Quill andScrollmembers and Darrell Daily. BPI has spent approxi- New Red Cross

eastern district. estry camp delegates will be River High are announced.Theyare year. honored were Paige Mrs. Lucille Martin presented mately $125,000 each year for

Bobby Henwood and Louis G id- Owen Woodyard who will Elaine Varney was recognizedfor Houghtalin Charles Blacl ord, a certificate of recognition to the last four or five years, it Leaders NamedMeeting
Mal Back On Job dens. Chapter advisor is Richard teach mathematics and Mrs. her outstanding English John Bowman and Jim Langen- Principal Chesser for his sup- was noted. At this rate there is

M.W. (Mal) Bennett local Kelly.Jire Florence Woodyard. home eco- work in the junior high school. mayr. port and cooperation during the available $250.000 to complete -
nomics teacher. .,.. year on school publications. projects amounting to$401,550 at the chamber ot commerce -
druggist. was back on th job at Home Frank Schlraldt wag recognized :, ;jhedramaticj? award went to ,
Bnnett's Rexall yesterday r.. :; Destroys 'Nineteen.new teachers have as an outstanding music Wanda Tyner and Steve Wilson.*" and ta Bill Dyer of the Crystal,.The balance of JJU550 ffadsi building here Monday
morning and doctors are allow- CHASSAHOWrrZKA--Members been appointed to the county student and an award was presented Paige Houghtalin received the River paper for his cooperationwith the Crye&tR'1 !(::Cffas'ffi It- night the Citrus County chapter: -
of River system to date and only six more Pullara the the school newspaper. Inverness..and possibly Her- of the American Red Cross
ing him to work a few hours the Crystal Fire to Joe. as English department award and
each day. Bennett, who is a Department rushed to this riverside are needed to fill the other va- "most musically talented" stu Martha Beth Reeves accepted Highlight of the awards pro- nando Elementary schools elected new officers.
member of the Mosquito Control community about 1 o' cancies. gram was the awarding of lov- needing additional room for Fred Spooner of Hernando. a
Mrs. Maude St. ing cups to a number of out- growth. member of the board of county
t District entered the hospital clock Tuesday morning, but not John was re-
appointed truant officer for the standing seniors by Principal SUPT. BUIE TOLD board commissioners, was elected
with high blood count last Wed- before flames destroyed a Diplomas Will Be Presented'F chairman of the county chapterfor
nesday night following a meet- frame house belonging to a Mr. county. mrs. Georgia DePoy,is Chesser. the
ensuing Other officers -
ing of the control board in I1omosassa Jones who operates a grocery retiring after many years as a First to be recognized were Corrections NotedIn elected year.
here. county school bus driver. :. Charles Blackford, valedictorian were Louis Piel-
Springs. store To 31 At Oliver's ow of Inverness,vice chairman
._ Friday's Program and James Carte, saluta- CaseTwo ;
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torian. Presentation of a $500 Hernando
i 4k Lions Club scholarship was corrections are being ;
High school graduation pro- direction of Paul Steuart.In .
k I IJC made to Carte and Blackfordwas made this week concerning an Woodford also of Hernando.
I grams are the major programsof order of diploma -
presentation
recognized for his NROTC article published in last week's treasurer.
this week in Citrus County. the graduates are: Doris: scholarship. county paper about Clifford Re-elected directors of the
Commencement Exercises
? a 1 held last were Pell Freidia Williamson. Janet School Citizenship award went Dennis Oliver 0 f Homosassa, chapter were James Rooks Jr.
Booker
1 night at
1 1a Washington for 17 seniors. Tonight T.- Rasley Kay Louk,Linda Ruth to Johnny Bowman president who has plead guilty to selling of Floral City and Basil E.Mayof
Harvill Lorraine Downward.
24,Crystal River graduates the student body this year.John and possessing narcotics.In Hernando. New directors are
will receive diplomas. And Margaret Scott; was also recipient of the County the Chronicle: story, Oliv W.F. Cowan of Floral City Rob-
I1 I1J a tomorrow night 31 Citrus High Marylou Jackman, Sharon PTA Council grant. er's age was listed as 20, andit ert Alien of inverness James

seniors will don and Lawrence Janet Shelton Lyn- The Junior Woman's Club was stated that he was apprehended McCall and Mrs.Lucille Spark-
caps gowns. nett Stephens Pam Shipp,Clar man of Crystal River, ...Mrs.
scholarship this was by county deputies as
This year pre-
.s morning the local high
issa George Cindy Cook. Pat sented he "preparing to leave the Woodford.The .
to Paige Houghtalin.
) ; school will hold its annual Aw-
\ fI ards Day program, beginning at Kelly, Jackie Alligood Darla also received the teaching scho- county and state for a new operations chapter quota for the
ti 9 o'clock in the auditorium. Youngblood, Ben Hayward; larship. She was also recog- point around Fort Bragg, past year was $1,300 and this
Steve Dale Gavin,Alan
Spivey.
nized by Principal Chesser. N.C.to amount has almost been reach
\ exercise Friday night's will include commencement Smith, M I k e Corbin, David Steve Elbrecht was recognizedas Since that time the sheriff's ed. The unit presently is in

speechesby Beck Frank Kimbrell. Johnny the senior student exhibitingthe department has established theyouth's need of two candidates. to be
Pat Kelly and, Linda Ruth '
Allen. Doug: Johnston, Richard
Harvill, valedictorian and sal- most school spirit, and the age as only 17 and k was trained in water safety. This
Carroll, Fred Whitelaw Joe program will be at Brevard, N.
that Oliver
utatorian respectively. Joe Mc "Mr. Helpful' award this year pointed out was mer-
"'" ( Leod senior class president McLeod Willie Whitton.Dr. David. McDonald and was presented to Fay Duffy ely accompanying a soldier to C. the first week in June and at
l' Hattlsburg Miss. in August.
4f
the military reservation.The
his will classmates.give a farewell address for James C. Clark of the Whitelaw Seeks Area Chronicle is glad to set Anyone who can go will please
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r .1 local First PresbyterianChurch contact Mrs. Paul Cignac Her-
: the record straight.
:1..j' Diplomas will be presented by delivered the baccal- Speaking Win TodayFred nando.
Supt. Harry K. Buie who will aureate sermon Sunday night in

t be Introduced by Principal Del- the high school auditorium. Whitelaw,outgoing president -

mar Montgomery. The Rev. Songs by the senior class were of the Citrus High FFA

I'i J Morris Gaskins will speak the also featured during the ser- chapter and again district win-
i invocation. Special band and vice. ner of the FFA public speaking

m ** fk. .TH r jlMmjnlnmi inwBwesMiffc- : < wan *wi chorus music will be under the contest, is in Gainesville today

AT PRINCIPAL'S TEA for graduating seniors these two senior girls (above). Fay Ra Jet, left District's Largest trying for the area honor.Com- I ,
I and Margaret Scott, are shown being served by Mrs. Betty Lattin whose husband is a member of peting against Whitelaw, who

the CitrUS High Faculty.Mrs.Harry Buie.wife of Suit Buie. also helped pour. In the picture below, Atkins To Take WWI Group MeetingBarracks barely missed getting the state : ? .
Mrs. Delmar Montgomery, wife of the high school principal: poses with seniors ((1-r) Darla Young- nod last year is Grier Wells of

blood Cindy Cook Lynnette Stephens, and Marylou Jackman." tea was held Sunday afternoonat 3058 World War I Santa Fe High School. Alachua.If x
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery's home. Senior room mothers are Mesdames Clyde Johnston, Hugh Dunnellon Job veterans, is now the largest successful Whitelaw will ,. *a s

Stephens, Lester Cook.A.T.Carroll,Julian Kelly.Lewis Youngblood John Allen Phillips Hayward. barracks in the 6th district according join his fellow parliamentary ,11'I

and Blair Smith. photos by Tannehill Roland D.Atkins,who has been to Commander. B. procedure team members from ' .

,.,,ilfIl_,. 'j.- social studies teacher and assistant Davis of Inverness. The local Citrus chapter and try for the
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't'r .- { '". jI;. "" : coach at Citrus High barracks surpasses Ocala state bonors June 11-14,at Day-

1 ,ct .' t __ School for thepast year gave Leesburg end Clermont in tona.Beach.
t t.411 --:- notice of resignation this weekto membership L't 4f
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of head "In six months'we have .
'+. Iir accept a position passed Ground Broken -
e t t coach at Dunnellon High School. them in membership, and
.. The surprise announcementwas they've been formed over three

1 1t niade by the Board of Pub- years." said Commander [)a- For CR LibraryCRYSTAL a'i

t ji lic Instruction on Tuesday. vis.The

Atkins, who was to have directed regular meeting of Bar- RIVERGroundwas
he summer recreation racks 3058 will be held at the broken t
Monday morning for
program here, will be replaced courthouses this afternoon at this town's proposed new lib- .-4
\ by James D. McDaniel who has 2:30.A.R. rary building. M'1
a been social studies teacher and Nailor, new district -'
Dr. Frank J. Walrath, president -
assistant coach at DeFuniak commander, is expected visit .
of the Crystal River Library
Springs. His wife. Georgia Lee the local barracks for the June Association, turned the s I
McDanial, was hired to teach meeting.
first spade of dirt. Witnessingthe
the first grade at Floral City. .
t.p.
.. : act were Paul Wood city
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.. > clerk representing the Town ..... "..
Council Mrs. Helen Sparkman, ..
Those wide grins on the Mr. and Mrs. A.O. Searle and .. ..t-

WeatherLOW faces of Just about every Stanley Hanson representatives & ." .y
boy and girl you see today of the library group. .' -S' +

HIGH mean just one thing Workinger and Tolle OHI- .. : .-. .
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May 66 94 trac ors and buiklers were '
-, hl May 23 67 91 Citrus County scrolls: will l l awarded the nxtrwctkm job. ':

l May 24 69 90 all close their dears at Robert V. lInn uf Lee rIx.rN i* .
May 25 70 91 varying times today for the the architqtl- SENIOR WOMAN'S CLUB LEADERS Mrs. Wlllard Marlowe (left).

May 26 68 93 1962-63 year. It's MHiimer' The buiUlifl,}' wil! have a fkmr outgoing president, fastens the president spin on Mrs.S.L. Lloydat

May 27 69 90 vacation time. space oi 2600 stpiare" feet It Monday's installation program. Other new officers are Mrs.
I .a May 28 69 90 Teat**** will retort back will be situated at the o.rners't A.W. Craves first vfc* pre..: Mrs. George Schultz: second vice

x 1 May 29 63 to ctattvruoNtx ue AUK 20 f brunt ami |MBkKa Street*, wl |*- pres.; Mrs. C.W.Brice rec &secretary;Mrs.Arthur: Gouidboara. -

: a Precipitation 2.50 and ymwfMers will pet l niitc the InC <>f the lirvtt correftpofxiteg secretary Mrs. Ted Lewis treasurer; awl

back ta the nwttaonSc|*. Mt'tI.list ClIUrdL It Isctlk...tad Mrs. Frank Leslie, reporter. More about Mondays program oa

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ri I i 2'e4lcy' VV&U 'ft/M l deI "" p.--...''. ": ., -.. "t-. :'?. ..,. Sr. Woman's Club New DevelopmentIn

k--; st Likened To CakeAt

I 71ee 6 t fe.te 'Jft Tcdeaea t('::- i Final MeetingThe I MRS Hernando HAROLD ROBERTSThe I Crystal RiverCRYSTAL

The wedding of Miss Cef.Uye; wore a dress of pink satin brocade May luncheon of the Senior -
Ann Jordan and Raymond James and had a corsage of pink Woman's Club was held Hernando School will have
Gibbs was solemnized on Tuesday rosebuds. Monday in the club house. Cov- its graduation exercises this RWERTfiomonCooper rooms the prices will range

May 22, at the home of Mr. After the reception the couple ered dish was the order of the Thursday morning at 9:15 in have, developers announced and the builders from $9,500 to 10500.
and Mrs. E. Van Anderson.The left on a trip to points of interest day and club members prepared the auditorium. A program is chase of pur- Thornton and Cooper plan to
Rev. James C. Clark officiated. en route to Martinsville favorite dishes enjoyed on a being planned by Mrs.Johnson, the sixty-three north side acres of adjoining offer homes in a wide price
The parents of the couple are Ind., where they will reside. 'table decorated with spring principal. The graduation con- Waters. Indian range to attract more people to
Mrs. Esther Jordan and the late flowers. sists of those in the 6th grade the area.They are now completing -
Work has
Mr. George Jordan of Inverness Installation of new officerswas who will be entering the 7th already been started four homes Woodland Es-
j I and Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Church Hours ChangeThe performed by Mrs.Virginia grade in Inverness next term. ea.9 to lake open and existing rock springs into a tates. These are priced from
and
garden
Gibbs of Martinsville. Indiana Counts president of the Citrus All parents are invited to at- clear and to $16,750 to 18750.
The bride was attired in a Rev.Morris Gaskins.pas- County Federation of Women's tend. Also Friday will be re- for subdivide the property In their River Shores develop-
chose tor of the First Methodist and gistration of children home sites. meet now nearing completion
beige linen suit.She white Clubs. With an appropriate entering The
accessories and carried a bouquet Church announces that evening interesting theme, she likenedthe first grade next term. Please development is named Indian on Kings Bay Road and Crystal
I of white carnations and services will be held at 8 o'clock club to a decorated cake,ex- bring birth certificate along homes Springs aad four model River, they plan to build homes
I I rosebuds. instead of 7:30 beginning this plaining each phase of the decoration with child. will be built as soon as in the $19.750 to $4O.000range.
WALTER STEED
G. who
I j Attendants were Miss Nell Sunday night and continuing for enlisted in the Air Force JR.March as it relates to the club Jake Wagner has returned DR. RALPH SCHNEE possible. Two and three bed-
the
Jordan sister of the bride and remainder of the summer 25, has been stationed in Amarillo and its members. home from Indiana. He reportshis
months.
Mr. Elmer Detmer.brother-in- TheMYF will.hold their AFB Texas. The son of A president's pin was presented brother is in better condi Will Receive
7 o'clock.iI'
] law of the bride. Miss Jordan meetings at Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Steed of Mrs. S.L. Lloyd by outgoing tion.Mr.
Floral City Gerald is marriedto president, Mrs. Willard Mar- and Mrs. Wm Counts Laundry. Dry Cleaning & Rug Service
the former Nancy Waller.He lowe, and Mrs. Lloyd presented have gone to Orlando for a few Dental DegreeRalph

RUG &CARPET CLEANING is squad leader of his flight and Mrs. Marlowe with a past pres days from there they will motoron We pick up and deliver 3 times a week ia the lavenwM and t
iI' bay chief of his squadron. He ident's pin.A to Kissimee to visit relat- Edward Schnee son of Crystal River Area.
PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE hopes to be home within the next new gavel was given by Mrs. ives.Guests Mr. and Mrs. G.S.Schnee,own-
ON LOCATION WALL TO WALL CARPET _two months on furlough.Mrs. Marlowe to the club. Mrs. JohnG. at the home of Mrs. ers of the Riddle Motel here, FOR SWIFT EFFICIENT SERVICE PHONE OR WRITE .
CLEANING. Allen read a poem paying Roxie Post were her brother will graduate from the Medical
t NO RUG TOO SMALL OR TOO LARGE. tribute to Mrs. Marlowe which and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dean College of Virginia on June 3 ; Ocala Laundry && Dry Crfantrs
\ 'TRAINED PERSONNEL" .Emmett Tepedley has re- was written by Mrs. Lloyd.The Post of Lima: along with his with a Doctor of Dental Surgery
turned to her home in Cleveland newly elected president read daughter and family Mr. and degree.His .
Deen's Carpet Interiors Ohio after spending nine weeks her appointments of program Mrs. Kowaleski of washington parents and brother,Ronald Ocala, Florida

II 1848 E. Silver Springs Blvd. visiting with her sister and chairmen and hostesses for the D.C. Another guest was Mrs. are planning to attend the
Adjoining Thriftway Ocala Phone 629-6790 husband Mr. and Mrs. Jess. ensuing year. Mary Hood, of Wauchula.Mr. graduation in Richmond. 402 So,Main Street Phone 622-830L
} Cook. The club was adjourned until and Mrs. John Christan- Ralph attended high school in
Sept. 22. sion spent the weekend in Win- Clearwater and finished four
ter Park visiting friends. Mr. years at theUniversity of Florida -
and Mrs. William Ring. before attending medical

i" Lecanto NewsBy Mrs. Margaret Spencer is in school.
Link Brothers
JUST 1 10 DOLLARS Indiana visiting relatives.From He will be commissioned an officer -

) HELEN KEARNEY there she will go to Californiato in the U.S. Navy upon graduation -
: Stanley Jones of Hunter W.Va. visit her son and family then and will be stationed at Ocala, Florida
: will reserve anew home or homesite formerly of Lecanto arrived return to Indiana for a family Little Creek Va. 9-INCM-M.P.

Monday for a short vacation in reunion.A Dr. Schnee plans to set up ,..
the home of Mrs.Bessie Pierceon practice in Florida after serv- c.
surprise birthday party was
( Highway 44. given to Herbert L.Woodford ing in the Navy for two years. CHAIN SAW
4r 1 Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Radekin of
his 72 birthday by his wife. e
___________________ Lecanto lefton Sunday fortheir Guests included Rhoda Zim- Presbyterian Women
vacation in Belfra. Ohio. $1199512lbf"
merman Inverness; Mr. and
i
Honor Mrs. St. JohnAt
Mr. and Mrs. Al Kearney entertained -
; Mrs. Roy Fields Inverness
-, with a s xo'clockdin-' Highlands North; Mr. and Mrs. the meeting of the Womenof For Pruning Trees
,: tr ner honoring Mrs.Norman Cole Robert Cummings; and Mr.. and the Presbyterian Church held
:: y and Mr. Kearney's 73rd birth- Mrs. James JohnsonofHernan- last Wednesday evening, an interesting -
day. Those present were Mr. was -
'. program presented
and Mrs. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. do.The ladies of LeRoy Rooks Jr. by Miss Helen Ca lock. Slides -
; The COURIER Model on Lake Tsala Apopka Kearney Mr. and Mrs. Law- Auxiliary to Post 4252 VFW were shown orh r worl; as .
rence Miller and Mr. and Mrs. are planning a dinner for June kindergarten teacher in a Pres-
: Excellent Fishing Relaxed Living Superb Values John Nergard. 8. This will be served to the byterian mission school in New OCAlA DUStlESS DIRECTORY

public at the Post Home on SR Mexico.A .
200, Hernando. Details will be social hour followed honor-
i VALcYtekp/LUe4 "Advertising has been pro- announced later. ing Mrs. Maude St.John bride-

ducing for business men for Mr. Barney Gignac has goneto elect for June. A gift certificate
:: _- many years and nothing has Detroit. Mich. to visit his was presented by the women and

: Home Builders j : & Developers happened recently to change mother Mrs. Holden and his Count's Bakery presented Mrs. Williams S. t S. Supply At.
; aa.: ::::: ii.communlty:
,, : this business princ ple.- grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. St. John with a miniature wedding -

:, U.s. 41 ((1 mile S of courthouse) Inverness 726-2401 James A. Williams, Jr., Holden.Mr. cake. Radiator Service ,
Refreshments served Yang N.adq&MI.UIn
and Mrs. X.E. Coker of were by
: Visit our "63" new display homes in'Lake Tsala Gardens Bel-Air Point O'Woods Wytheville (Va.) Southwest
Tampa are at their Parsons Circle No. 4 from a lace table Ocala Per the Fiat
New homes for sale and immediate occupancy Virginia Enterprise. centered with mixed
Point home for an indefinite a bouquet CLEANING -- REPAIRING Luabef and Buttdtag

stay.A. floral piece. RECORING MatedaliSPECIALIZINC
recent guest of Mrs. Bry-
Public NoticeIN The first in Florida -
I ant was her sister Mrs. Page newspaper IN Prices Are rex_ Low
.. ;PUT
the Florida Gazette
was East "
I : A Handy Guide To COURT OF COUNTY JUDGE, McArthur Mr. and Mrs.of Gainesville.George Groom of which began publication in FRONT END AND BRAKE 207 West Lincoln Street
CITRUS COUNTY STATE OF St. Augustine in 1783. SERVICE OCALA FLORIDA
FLORIDA.IN Willoughby O. have returned 307 West 10th St.Oeala.} Florida Phoned A 9.5609
home after visiting her sister "
622-7910
RE: Estate of MILLICENTE. and family Mr. and Mrs. Fred Phone

ALLEN, Deceased.: Hensley.Rev. .
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION '
and Mrs. Flury have SEE US FOR
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
gone to Atlanta, Ga. to visit Skll I Toftl.I .
EXECUTOR Roofing
their daughter and husband Mr. *
Notice is hereby given that I w "+lttu
t SERVICE INSTITUTIONS and BUSINESSES have filed my final returns as and Flury Mrs.has Solomon been advised Dowis.by Rev.his zplece Roofing "Service ** Lumber

executor of the estate of MiUi- .physician to take a rest. HeRaofiog and Repairing Devee Points
cent E. Allen, deceased;that I Mr. and Mrs. D.I. McKenzie Real deed ei or Commercial erkl., Pumps
Of CITRUS COUNTY have filed my petition for dis- have returned from a trip to Snofpln TwftU
tribution and for fins..discharge California and Texas. Built-Up Asphalt Lawn Mower

and that on June 28. 1963 I Mrs. Halsey is at the homeof ..Asbestos: Clay Tile Atlas Alre Power Mowers
CARRIER Central Heating and Coolingorkfromourownsheetmetal will apply to the Honorable O. her brother and family Mr.
Taylor made duct shop PORTER Frank Scofield, County Judgeof and Mrs. Ray Remer for an Our Business IsTo MorioH Heating ffflwl VHHARDWARE
Citrus County Florida for
JOHN D. LAW ) FUNERAL approval of said final returns indefinite stay. Help PreserveYour CO.
HOME and for an order of distributionand AND ROOFING CO.OCALA Fbone MA 2-3181

LP Gas & Appliance Dealer for final discharge as exe- Loved Ones Phone: MArioa 2-4072 '7 No Magnolia Ocala, Fla.Octk .
Brooksville Ph. 795-2341 cutor of the will of MillicentE. 508 N. Orange Street

AMBULANCEBENNETT'S Allen, deceased. CAMEOPhoto Names In Ageless .
Dated this 15th day;! of April. Florida Railm Commission
DRUGS AL OWEN SERVICE 1963. SupplyTwo Pewit No. 31 LimiwCoop
Stone. Visit Us And
.
/sLeslie H. Allen Executor
Rexail Drug Publish May 16, 23, 30, June 6, Stoics AND LONG Coop y, JaC:.
20 N Main 1416 So. Pine MOVING
Painting Contractor DISTANCE
PHONE 1963. See Our Displays
PHONE 726-2781 Estimates Ocala Since 1928 You Build Better with Kilt
and '
QualityWork Franchised Dealer for Agfa,
726-2271 Dried Lumber
or INTHECO W OF THE
CITRUS COUNTY'S Argus, Anso Bell & Howell LaPerle1Memorials. Colliir'sTtrmiiialWarikovsa
COUNTY JUDGE,CITRUS A complete line .,
STORE and
LEADING DRUG 726-1801 Bolex. Kodak Polaroid
TURNER CAMP ROAD COUNTY FLJRIDA. others. 5 hour service on BUILDING MATERIALS

Prescriptl Accurately Inverness IN PROBATE. black and white film. Your BIRD ROOFING
IN RE:Estate ofTommie Lou W.
Filled by Main StreetINVERNESS complete photographicstore. PRATT LAMBERT
f Scott als o known as Mrs. & Val Co.
Competent Druggists RFD 1, Box 193 Archie Scott Deceased. Inverness P.O. Box 447 GYPSOW

INvERNESS Phone "726-2696 FLORIDA NOTICE OF FILING PEITION Cor. Osceola and Taylor St. .
FLORIDA 1214 N. Magnelia
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF OCALA, FLORIDA
EXECUTRIX. Office Phoae MA 28377Clint Obi Fla.

Notice is hereby given that I
W. C. HILL For the Best In Real Estate have filed my final returns as

SEE OR CALL, Hallfs TV mie executrix LouV.of.the Scott estate also cf knownas Tom- I'' Get Rid Of Lowder Mobile YIIII PIIIIIIiII

Electrical Contractor Mrs.Archie Scott.Deceased;

Major Appliance Repair N. B. IBOB) TROTTER that distribution 1 have filed and my for petition final discharge for- IRONREDDISCOLORED Homes Sales inc. Ie __I

and that on June 25th
Electrical Repairs 215 Main StReg. 1963 at 1Q.-00 o'clock A.M.. or or For new or used Mobile Homes FRANCHISED Hot Point Dealer
Real Estate Broker as soon thereafter as counsel We'ii meet or beet anyone Septic tanks cleaned. Drain
Small Pump Motor Service fields installed. tank ad-
may be heard I will apply the WATER' terms or prices Try Clint Septic
Postofflce Box 87 Lowder before buy. 1984 vice and supplies. 120 E. Ft.
41 Honorable O. Frank Scofield, you
Hwy. North Inverness
Homotassa Springs Florida Inverness, Fla. County Judge of Citrus County with our Water N. Pi.... OcaU. Ph. 629-3200 KIng 4162. ave.Collect Ocala.calls Ph.accepted.Ma. 2-

Florida for approval of said
Phone 7 -2845. PIONEi 795-2882 final return and for an order of

distribution, and for final discharge Softening, and

PACKER rBTmcTZVWEST: COAST TITLECOMPANY of Tommie as executrix Lou W. Scott of the, also will Filtering Service Trotter

; MOTOR COMPANY known as Mrs.Archie Scott.De- ; -

Phon 726-1911 ceased.May 27, 1963. Lumber .
Hardware and Marine Land Title Insurance Janie Waits Capell .to
; Supplies Executrix of the will of Tommie YES YES 1906 .".. SPACE AVAILABLE
Established Since
Lou aA/a/
For InformationN'prn!" W. Scott Mrs. Archie -
: Briggs & Stratton Scott Deceased. 430 N. Orange Street
Title Insurance
Air-Co led or Lovick P. Williams Ocala, Florida Phone 622-"
: Motors Custctn Cabinets Land Ownership
Wisconsin Motors Kitchen Remodeling 201-2 Inverness Bank Building f YES

: Fishing Tackle Mill Work WRITE P. O. BOX CG8 Inverness. Florida Conpi*.e buUdteg .uppJls ad .
for awtie-
Attorney Executrix.Publish material. Nationally
: Phone 795-2858 Phone 726-1261 May 30, June 6, 13, 20, ed rehab Ie producu.BstfeBAte .Fahswa

CRYSTAL RIVER WELCH CABINET CO 1963. & you do K advice
INVERNESS, FLORIDAFLORAL Galvanized & Plastic Pipe, free.

'"
Compare 1 l and Full Line of Fittings

; Well Drilling Local and Long Distance CITYMACHINE Ltctl ..II Lilt tltMMe 'M. w .

: Moving. CO. Lawn Mower & Out Board Motors Repaired
Wells From 2 to 8 Inches For Free Estimates and i
: Meyers PumPS Dependableservicecall HRVsYuSscvk.

: Sales & Service WeldiJg

:. Call Crystal 795-2299 River Home Furniture Co. .' ,B Braising Southern Mobile TERMINAL Comtc Hot & H. Ph* K IIi''''.,

Call Dunnellon "I WHITE DISTRIBUTING CO.' Ocala Pie,hi.
MachineLathe
: Hunter 9-2430 nvernessMDUng
e r TWO PHONES TO SERVE YOU MA 3f42 & MA J.712t
: No. Apopka Ave. Old Seaboard Depot
F. B. McCRAY Phone 726-3465 Work I I
Move by Aero Mayflower Phone 726-1622

VJS. 19 S.' Crystal River" Phone 726-2350 = : = : : = : : : : = = = =: :: ::: 6 : PACKING STOIAGE OATM6'r






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k His : : : Floral City News .-- .- .. -. ) Local( Folks' Kin

But $ : : ; Buried Lent Week>'
Fight Garage FireBy
Claude W. : Final rites for Mrs. FJV1.
City grounded Swails, who resided at Ocean
last Thursday NANCY N. WEBB wnile looking for a place to Way Rest Home in Fernandino
his dock on FLORALCITY--The VFD battled live. The Kirs plan to open a Beach were conducted May 23.
fish was one I a garage fire at the home business in Inverness soon. Mrs. Swails was born Feb. 5,
placed In of Mr. and Mrs. John Carey Visitors at the home of Rev. 1875 and had 21 grandchildren
last year Monday night. Lightning struck and Mrs. LAI. Black during the and 14 great-grandchildren.
sponsored by the building about 8:45 duringthe weekend were Mrs. Black's sis Among her survivors are two
Chamber ,of hardest rain of the day. ter Elsie Wilson, and daughter. Floral City children.Mrs. Beu-
Jenkins quickly Fire Chief Homer Sharpe said June. lah Wiggins and Ernest Swails
,chamber but the garage was being used fora Other visitors were their son and Mrs. Howard Ogden of Inverness -
tagged fish storage house, was a total loss Raymond and wife Charlotte, of a granddaughter.
several and that contents therin were Tampa, and grandchildren
the numbered valued at $1300, roughly. ri, Timmie and Cynthia.Mr. .
Frank Roberts, of the and Mrs. Arnold
value, it U.S. Higgin-
etary
:inns MifJM CatHf
just the same. Navy returned to San Diego, botham and Mrs. Carrie Grif- .
Calif. Wednesday after 13-day fen of Nehunta, Ga. were week
furlough with his grandmother end guests of their brother Hilton Factory
Mrs. Buelah Wiggins and brother E. Higginbotham. Grif- Trained
David./ fen remained for an extended
Walter Leland Shipp, who has visit.
I been in Iceland a year, is on Also a guest of Mrs. HiltonE. 'deChaDiC.
leave with his parents, Mr. and Higginbotham on Monday was
'' Mrs. W.A. Shipp. Walter will a brother Major L.K. Puck-
be stationed at the Norfold. Va. ett,_of Puerto Rico.
726Zl11'l naval base. SERVICE ON ALL MAKES

If'I Guests of Melvin and Geneva The average family travels ? U.S. 41 South Inverness
Carroll over the weekend were 50 miles daily. phone 726-2413
Melvin's brother Vance and '

wife Anita, and his father, L.R.
Carroll of St. Petersburg.

Newcomers to Floral City are ,
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Kirk, i't +r
1 of W. Virginia, who are pre-
sently staying with Mrs. Kirk's

KEEP i .sister- Mrs." -James-- Woods..

l :-

ALIVE ,

Between $

of
1 FfOmdie 81M. 1 '+S

The whole We, who are many, are one
of your body in Christ.-(Rom. 12.5).

color or in k By the lightof the indwelling
i finished Christ we behold our kinship
made just with all men and are healed of

one of antagonisms and mistrust.We
candid greet and bless the Christ in *
:
others, and they respond. VI I KRIFS

.

FOR FOOT ,
.... 4 USE A KERATOLYTIC 1
BECAUSE--
4\ decorator
It SLOUGHS OFF infected skinto service
expose buried germs and
fungi to its killing action this
U.S. 41 ( ) is keratolytic action. T-4-L

Phone Solution is medically proved. It
t night's impressive graduation this summer. A meeting for or- Many details of team sponsor is instant-drying, so easy to use
exercises. ganization was held Monday ship and the like remain to be day or night.
Supt. Harry K.Buie,and Prin- night in the Citrus High School resolved. Sponsorship of a team No matter how severe your
HAPPY LANDING cipal Albert D. Murden addres auditorium with representa- for the first year costs $225 case..no matter how many remedies e
sed the /
new junior high group tives from Inverness,Hernandoand which includes uniforms and have failed you..if not
and Mr. Buie presented the di- Floral City attending. Plans caps, catching equipment, 15 pleased with liquid T-4-L IN
I Floral City Hwy 41-48 plomas. were formulated for a league balls and 8 bats for a 15member ONE HOUR, your 40# back at
About 250 citizens were pre- comprised of- teams from the baseball team.Enthusiasm any drug counter.
590 SPECIAL 590 sent and a follow up to the pro- above-mentioned towns plus at Monday night's T-4-L is a STRONG keratoly
gram was a party at the Community Crystal River and Homosassa.Two meeting was so great that the tic fungicide--greaseless, col 1/ I t S S i t '
Cane PoleHookLine < Building given the graduates teams will represent In ,Committees C : are working towarda : orless. Also fine for itchy and
and their
; parents. by the '
verness. plan that will provide adequatelighting feet
sweaty eczema insect ,
t +
seventh and their I
Float grade parents. Dale Locke, of Inverness,was of the bassball field for bites, poison ivy. NOW a tBENNETI"S -
Sinker. Llynn Lyons, seventh grade named general chairman with a night play. DRUG, Inverness.
teacher MC'd the forthe
games committee to outline regulat
I Live BaitShiners. I party assisted by Mrs. Nancy ions for team sponsorship as
Lyons. follows: Dale Locke, Dick Wel-
$1.00 doz. ch, Gordon Tyner,Al jbrdanand
Read The Chronicle.-. Dick Kaufman. Mrs. Bobbie Mc
Lain work was named committee treasurer.A comprisedof FOR YOUR FLORIDA LIVING


I (!ttnmtll (! wct\t ctrMce Clayton Willis Stokes Reid, ,Dick Jesse Welch Dean., Al


Jordan begin ganized.work and This Dale immediately committee Locke was to will or-rework OR RETIREMENT PLEASUREL

the high school baseball
diamond to conform to Little
INVERNESS St. Margaret's Episcopal HOLDER League requirements. Dugouts,
Church Baptist Church screens, etc.,will be constructed -
.First Methodist CliuriU. Rev. .Rev. Merrill A. Norton Vicar Sunday School 10:00 a.m. for the safety of the playersand
.Morris.C. Gasklns, Pastor 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. the viewing crowds.
Sunday: .10:00 a.m. Church School Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Initial plans call for try-outs
'9:45 a.m. Church school 11:00 a.m. Divine Service and team selections to be con-
11 a:m. " Morning worshii HERNANDO ducted during the week of June
6:30 p.m. Methodist YouthFellowship Church of the Nazarene, 17 through 22. Actual league
CRYSTAL RIVERSt. Rev. Don Croft, Pastor.
7:30 p.m.Evening worship Ann's Episcopal Rev. Mer- Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
rill A. Norton, vicar
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sliver Springs, near Ocala, and
First Baptist, Rev. thomas! N. Route 19 N.Y.P.S. 6:45 p.m. Rainbow Springs, near Dunnel-
Channell, Sunday Services 9:30 a.m. Service 7 30 "
pastor Evangelistic : p.m. lon, are not only Florida's larg-
Holy Communion and SermonSt.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
est springs but have larger average _
Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 a.m. First Baptist Church
flows h
Benedict's .water t a n any
Trailing Union 6:30 a.m. Catholic Church Rev. A.L.-Flurdy, pastor limestone spring in the United
.Sun. Evening Worship 7:45 p.m. Sunday Masses. : 7:00 & 9:30. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. States and possibly in the world.
Worship Hoijr 11:00 a.m. Silver Springs produces enough
Christian Science Society First United PresbyterianRev. Training Union 6:15 p.m.
water take of
daily to care New
!'Sundays 11:00 a.m. Service: .. C. Stanley Newburg. D.D. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m., York City.
9:30 a.m. Sunday School Minister.
:
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Hernando Methodist Church
First Lutheran Church of Inverness Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Rev* H.D. Cribb, Pastor
'Sunday\ :
Woman's Club Building First Baptist Church Sunday School 10:00 a.m 'YOUR ;
800 p.m. Sunday Rev. George L. Painter, pastor Morning Worship 11:00 a.m \
Rev. Myron Mador. Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.mFLORAL' PHARMACIST
Worship Service 11:00 a.m. .L
Church of God Hwy 41 S. Inverness Training Union 7:00 p.m. CITY
Rev. E. D. Neill Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Baptist Church, &i AK".
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. homer Duggar, Pastor

(Morning Worship\ 11:00 a.m.Evening First Methodist Church Sunday School 10:00 a.m. We feel that sleep is
Worship 7:30 p.m.. Rev. Tom Price, pastorl"Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. worthy of a few words for
Training Union 6:30 p.mm' .,
the
School 10:00 a. simple reason that your
First Pr-sbYterianRev.James Church Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. health demands a sufficient
Service 11:00 a.m. And Waterfront Lot
This Finished
C. Clark. D. D., Minister period of relaxation to rest Cottage
Sundays 10:00a.m.. Church Central. hUrch of Christ ,Church of Christ not as much the body as the
School for all the family: 11:00 Seminole Club/Bldg. Nelson Shan Minister brain. Only
a.m. Worship and Sermon Sunday 10:00'and 11.-00 Sunday:
and 6 p.m.a.m. Bible.Study 10:00 a.m. What is sufficient rest: S
WorsMn 11:00
Paul T. Dumm minister a.m. Aristotle said: "Six hoursof .
First Assemby of God. Rev. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. sleep, for a man. seven 3
Powell, rent.
Johnnie T. pastor.
for and
T" Church of Christ a woman eight for a
Sundays Methodist Church "
Bible fool. However, sleep'sduration
Study 10:00 AV.
9:45 Month
Sunday School a.m. Rev. Henry Wolfe pastor.
is much like
new
Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Worship 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. shoe--if it feels good it's HUNTING SWIMMING FISHING BOATINGON
Evangelistic Service 7:80 p.m.. Evening Worship 6:00 p\ Church Services 11:00 a.m. right.In -
Evening Services 5:30 pan. LAKE TSALA APOPKA AND FAMOU
bur Lady of Fatima Catholic
Church Sportsmens Park.Rev. HOMOSASSA Church of Christ or general, the very old WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER.
'''First require the least sleep,the
James Hoge, O.S.B.. pastor. Baptist Church Rev. L Levi Bend
Glenn the most.Aver-
very young
Stephens
Bible
10:00
"Sundliy Masses 7:30 & 11:15 Sandy a.m.
8 Sunday School 10:00 a.m. age sleeping time for adults LARGE WATERFRONT LOTS From $995 to $245
Weekday mornings at a.m. ''Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Morning Ycrahip 11:00 a.eu is 7 1/2 hours.
Training Union 6:30 p.m. Evening- Worship '7:00 p.m. WOODED WATERVIEW LOTS From $495 to $ 695. .
7:30 Midweek Bible stp4Tadaeadav Don't be asleep however,
Evening Worship p.m.
*
Highlands Faith chapel,Jay and
7:30p.nu in the matter of high quality
Elsie Prentiss, Pastor
prescriptions. Your health
Methodist Church.
Sunday Services Rev. D. Rossi, pastor Churcn of LECANTO Christ, A. Fran.. demands the best. The fin- > :.i WITH-LA-POPKA ISLANDS

(Church School 10.OO a.m. Sundays 9:30 a.m.Sunday School Johnson, minister. est in prescriptions Is .....
t Worship Service 11:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Worship Sunday: always available atCOOK'S -
.Evaag. Services 7:30 p.m.SeventhDay .Bible Study 10:15 a.m. PHARMACY .:_ On US 41 Between Floral City and Inverness
t RED LEVEL Worship 11:00 a.m. Phone 726-4121. ..
( Adventist ChurchIWTirOsfman Baptist Church Worship 7:00 . .
p.m.
Minister. EdenXjirdens. O.C. Anderson, pastor THIS WEEK'S HOUSE- ... ..'::'., ""P;O.. Box 726 Inverness Ph. T26-1229 ,
.
5 mi. East of Inverness : Bible School 10:00 a.m. 1STACHATTA --- HOLD HINT: If no medica- ,- ". ... ; .: ," '.. : ,
tien is handy Ice water is a ... .
,. on Hwv. 44. Sun. worship service 11:00s.m. New Hope Methodist Church %
Sundav School V:3QPreaching .Training Union 6:3Op.m., Sunday School 2:30 p.m. soothing and effective J ; .. Open Every Day :. \
Service 11:00. .Evening service, 7:30 pun. "Worship. Hour. 3:00 pan. treatment.f.r burns.! '", .:" ....ti_ -
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Trooper Bill" Says-- =:: "V % v ; \ .. ,: :" if i j @i1ttltDiW.fI Red railroad......tarts OP are inex-


pensive lot Araqr-Navjr and hardware -
i
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if know mistake more idiotic than improper PUBLISHER'S
OK; Brother you one x + stores, rot their incandescent -

J passing you name it. 1:1t:.%. eolor signals help any-
i .. <<.: :
; :::::
CORNER where in the world. Why not
l1 Follow the advice of traffic safety advisors. Itwill get you there YR vYA' :j 1 l
qt- stow one in your boat, your car,
and back alive. .... .
r.. your home, your fishinghuntingjacket

: ATLAN1A-NEW YORK OF pocket? _- _
p J the South--Last week business

Beverly Lee affairs took me to Atlanta yr

t / Shop wt.n Georgia and I was impressed by SAFEGUARD
.the growth of this city.
Known .as "New York of the R YOUR

i Says South", Atlanta passed the one .- PROFITS
million population mark some-
t A well dressed women doesn't let the idea of CREATIVITY WITH
thing over a year ago and casual
I: I frighten her. She knows it's merely a wonderfully simple idea observation prompts me to re- .. -,-
-
of something different. SOoooooo why not stop in the BEVERLY has -
port it no intention of stop-
LEE SHOP and CREATE your own wardrobe in I BOBBIE
ping. The industrial development -
BROOKS COORDINATE. BEVERLY LEE SHOP will help you of this !-
j' southern city has ME AND MY BIG MOUTHThere's REDROSE
to CREATE your own individuality. Remember we bring you the
been
phenomenal and with industry no doubt about it, this
FIRST in FASHIONS. QUALITY and SATIS FACTION a must.Sizes
comes many other areas lunker hauled in last Sunday by
5-15 & 8-20. Open every day from 8:30 to 6:00 P.M., All day ji progress. exPressways Louis Connell is a big mouth
Wed Sat till 7.-00 P.M. Main St. Inverness, Fla.
.
the bass. ,
J" are criss-crossing city, Caugt on aDaltonSpecial ,
motels are being built both on the gaping fish balanced the i

THE CROSS FLORIDA CANAL NAVIGATION DISTRICT the outskirts and in the very scales at twelve and a half

l'' Jacksonville, Florida heart of the city. New office pounds. Louis will keep the head FEEDSI

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS buildings are springing up to prove his point. --staffp.ot
I For Fiscal Year Ended Sept. 30, 1962 everywhere and many of the
J, city's older buildings are being NANCY Ernie Bushmiller Horse Fed

; Cash in Banks at October 1, 1961 ', 15914.68 -- refurbished.
I LET THEM BLACK CLOUDS ROLL ONI--As laborers unloaded trucks of watermelons, graded I Atlanta is city ''on the move" KEEP FREEDOM IN I

RECEIPTS AND RESERVES them, sized them and reloaded them for market, heavy black clouds rolled nearer. These rain and anyone's guess is good as to YOUR FUTUREWITHU.S. Dog Feel !

.. '., clouds were a welcome sight to melon growers in Citrus County and this week'rainfall, althoughnot just how, large a metropolis it SAVINGS BONDSMen
'I" Receipts . '." covering the entire county, was expected to boost the melon crop considerably. In the above will Pig Pellets
Tax Collections ,: 81.349,70; photo Jack Hudson's Watermelon Sizer & Loader, Inc. is seen in partial operation about eight becomea..... i

miles out on the Pleasant Grove Road. Hudson from Winter Garden, says his unique operationcan Jack Hooe, who lives on Lake
Reserves. '. ;.' load five big trucks at one time. "With this outfit I can run 56 field trucks in nine hours," Tsala Apopka. told us Mondaythat CattleWdBkdFNi Feed

'J Retirement Funds Withheld 97.20 he said. The machine which is for sale or lease doesn't cost the grower and actually saves the heavy rainstorm raised v i

I labor costs. This particular machine requires when in full operation, 17 laborers not counting the water level in the lake one Chicken Feet1

Total Receipts and Reserves for'Year'. ,I.- 81,446.90 truck packers. Hudson has another such operation,in Dunnellon and promises there will be more inch. Mr. Hooe has a measuring I

-.. '.' ,. before long. --photo by Tannehill device on his boat dock which he !
: Total Receipts and Reserves .. -:,' '".: .: :-r' 97 36 .58 keeps under close observation.A .

DISBURSEMENTS ,. '' ':tti.I ;:; !. :.:-',(: ....' gdte Feeder Pig Sales few the more good rains fishing like Monday'sand that has Most Complete Stock of III IIIFeed j

' made the lake so popular will be *DDD rD tDD in Citrus County.
Administrative Expense *:.: ; : More AttractiveBY back to its' normal condition.
Salaries 850.00 ' k .::. ssssssa
= ;- .':' '", JacksonFeed
.
I Administrative Fxpense ." "" &'"\ Citrus County farmers are Of the 1142 head consigned'by !

Under Contract 25199.00 , finding that graded animal sales 34 breeders, 122 furnished by WE GOOFED-Last week's i Ir
1
Directors' Per Diem SalaryDirectors' 276.00 .- ' are winning acceptance.Six Citrus County farmers.Jackson Chronicle had a genuine"goof"in BrJSNM/LtlR.__ Co. f
Travel Expense 166.00 an ad for Wtth-La-Popka Is-
such sales have been held Feed Company of Inverness,

J Surety BondsPublication of Legal Notices 238.20 209.66 ," ....... ",."..-;:, '.a BY NELSON SHORT in the state since last August, W.E. Lewis, whose place is be- and lands.the We late showed Bill Blalock Ben Heffner in a Men love to wonder and that is InvernessPh.. 726-2901
.' FLORAL CITY with the last one being conducted tween here and Floral City,and the seed of science.
of the lakes and -
: boat indicated
7 week in Ocala. Prices Paul on one
CHURCH OF CHRIST last Tatlock of Floral City accounted -
Total Administrative Expense 26,938.86-. ', ; a cottage and lot for
>
';
: "Thou shalt love thy appear to be better than those for the local swine.
neighboras
"> ..' ..' thyself" RoVn. paid at other places, it was Before the swine are sold,they sale. We don't come up with one S
f Legal Expense"f' ( 13:9)) "Love different of these bloopers too often but
stated. are pre-inspected the -
worketh ill his at Art ClassesFor
no to neighbor"Rom.
for do it's
1,620.00 when
Retainer Attorney we always dandy.
At the Ocala sale almost 10 farms of the consigners to
.
( 13:10) There three
*: are
42.50 indeed.
Travel This dandy,
one was a
: attitudes manifested in the storyof per cent of the total feeder pigs assure buyers of quality,germ-

Total Legal Expense 1662.50 the good Samaratin (Lk. sold were those owned by con- free stock. All were vaccinated Citrus FFA Chapter Children and Adults '
signees in Inverness and Floral weeks before the sale.
10:30-36)): (I) The robber's attitude -
Team Wins In Area
I him City. These high quality feeder
'0 was "beat up" and .
i Commissions Other Expense Paid ; .. take what he has. ((2)) The atti- pigs brought from 16 to 27 cents To further insure the anima) s The parliamentary proceedureteam Time: Beginning Thursday, June 13th, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
: .
I' 'Assessor: 1,800.74Collectors : ". . tude of the priest and Levitewasthat per pound. health, the sales area was thor- of the Citrus FFA team noon, 1:00 to 3:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m. to 5j8 p.m.
oughly disinfected before the wound up winners of the area
of indifference
-
;they"passed
.1' 1,852.17
other side." pigs arrived and the concrete contest held recently in Gainesville Classes will be held weekly aDd will continue'
't 'Retirement Fund Remittances 97.20 by on the ((3)The
y covered with sawdust.
; defeating the JF.1Villiams -
: .. Samaritan expressed a neigh- "t-Ioswot through September 15th.
Under consignment terms, no Live
chapter at OakHigh
borly attitude; he helped although -
Total Other 3.750.11
Expenses it cost him.both time and offer can be refused which is School. The l local youths will Instructor: Cramer Swords, of Gainesville
I ,'. of special interest to buyers.In now compete for the state hon-

t'l M Total Disbursements '. . 32,351.47 money."But if thineenemy hunger, ADMISSIONS addition,small buyers are allowed ors in Daytona Beach. Price: $1.00 per lesson.
WING ILawrence to purchase just 10 froma Comprising the local team,
feed him if he thirst, him
Balance Hand 30 1962BALANCE $ ; give
on September 65010.11;
\ i ;. : "f- drink: for in so doing thou shalt A, Hutchinson, large lot as long as at least which has already gone farther Place: Old Post Office Bldg.
a Homosassa 10 are left. than any other parliamentary (next to Civic Club Hernando Pie.
-1
heap coals of fire his )
:: upon .
. at SHEET:. ..,',c:.,:' .... head" (Rom. 12:20)). "For if ye Lillie. Mae Barnes, : Two more such graded pig procedure team from Citrus I II
T. love them that love what Crystal River sales are planned. One will be High,''are Fred Wh [el w, Lon-
joooooo- September 30, 1962 ;. you in Live Oak on Aug. 8, and the nie Nichols
p. ... d. reward have you? do not even Adele R. Marshall, Inverness David Roberts,
.' '-... Berniece Gavin, Inverness second one will be in the same Bobby Henigar, Jack Edson and
' ITEMS RESOURCES the 5:46))publicans. the same? (Mt. Sophia Schneider Inverness month in Gainesville Kenneth Lancaster. (I If futher information is desired l

Current '. 4. In our associations with others, Martha Locklear, Homosassa please contact Mrs. Norvell Bryant,

Cash in Banks: sooner or later, we are sure to Murray Wm. Bennett,Inverness Tel. 726-1872.)

Drawing Accounts 15010.11: :..', feel that we have been sinned George A.Williams, Floral City Mayor's Sons Receive Overseas
Ida M. Renfrew, Inverness
Savings Accounts 50000.00 J against. Ir may be true or it
., be Bessie Clegg, Inverness
: '.. may imaginative. Anyway it
Total Current $ 65010.11 is our duty to forgive. Jesus Vallie York, Inverness Assignments During Same WeekInverness
Bradley Fred G.M.D.,
'", .. ". taught the disciples to pray: Hospital-Surgical Insurance
Dunnellon
_ Fixed , ; t.f'l. "Forgive us our debts as we
)
Office Furniture & Equipment' also have forgiven our debtors" Frances Williamson Inverness MayorandMrs. Abraham pines Cambodia and Thailand.
1,318.36TOTAL FOR ALL AGES
c. .t is be Eula M. Nunn Bushnell Weitz had loo ked forward Following a week's lecture en-
: .,).f, (Mt. 6:12) There to no
S I' $ 66,328.47 limit to the number of times we Winthrop E. Thompson, to seeing their two sons and gagement at the University of GUARANTEED RENEWABLE for LIFE!
Inverness andtwoweeks' brief-
are to forgive those who have daughters-in-law this summer, Wisconsin
LIABILITIES INVESTMENTS. AND SURPLUS sinned against us (Mt. 18:21- Carolyn M. Fraze, but it will be at least a year before ing in Washington, he and Mrs. Pays Regardless of Other Insurance
22)). St. Petersburg they get to visit with one Weitz will leave for their South

Investments and Surplus Two men had a quarrel. In Joseph Feahr Dunnellon half of their family, and the Pacific assignment. She is a AGES $195 OVER $A 60
WING II other half's visit will be short former professor at Hartford .
Investment in Fixed Assets 1,318.36 time, one became deathly ill. 18-50 66 men ih
Smyrna Mae Mosley, ened..all the result of and is now a research -
University
Reserve for Special Bond Election 57885.00 The well man called on the other a s two
Unappropriated Surplus 7,125.11 and said "I understand you Crystal River very important letters the two director. AGES CHILDREN' 00
J I may die, and I want you to know DISCHARGES sons received within the same Dr. Henry has been appointed $260 $1
WING I 51-65 UNDER: 11 IMMh
TOTAL $ 66328.47 that I have forgiven yoii and I week. Senior Fulbright Lecturer at the
want your forgiveness; but in John K, Bryan Dr.Joseph Weitz and Dr.Henry University of Ceylon, Peraden- NO DUES or ASSESSMENTS.Worki Wide CoyerClfle
PameLa M. Head Weitz, known a number of Ceylon.He andMrs.Weitz.
by eija
This statement has been prepared in accordance with provisions case you get well, none of this .
Doris M. Nicholas folks in the who is a former librarian at Information
Inverness commun- Depenmeqt.
of holds This was a shallow
good.
Chapter 17023 Laws of Florida 1935 and as amended in 1961.
Details of accounts with all supporting vouchers are on file with forgiveness indeed! Sham for- Edith C. Edge ity, have received government Newark. N.J., will leave the 27'lh Kumquat Drive
the Treasurer. giveness will not suffice;Christ Thelma Deters' instructions to report for over States on June 17. Dr. Henry Is Clearwater. Florida
said that it from the Phyllis M. Wade seas work.A director of testing and guidanceand

Respectfully submitted heart (Matt.must 18:35)come). George Williams full professor of psychologyat also a professor of psychology Name ...................:.............. Telephone.....................,....

I R. G. Williams One of the essentials in societyis Martha Locklear -- New York University,"Dr.Joe" at Duke University Durham ..................................... .................
Murray Wm. Bennett has been appointed for job N.C.How's .
Treasurer the practice of forgiveness.As James W. Petry ...... ,...,......... ..................... ......
Publish May 30. 1963 long as time lasts,menwillsin analysis work in the Philip- Gtr.....- _.................._...-.......... .S+o4e. ..:. '
J ; just that long,we shall need Bessie Clegg AHS A.\1F 4-71s-a O1d Equity Life .....wr.tC. Co.
Winthrop E. Thompson -
to forgive each other.

I v sa a't' t Galvy E. Gordon says that a George Elsie Jones W. Scofield Your MailboxMailbox

'book break" is more helpful Frances Williamson

I than a "coffee break." Says he Vallie M. York GIVE EVERY VEHICLE A BETTER
'books from public library WING IIVerdell Improvement Week Boxes and supports should be
t your
ARE YOUR FEET offer you real refreshment. Johnson has just passed but Postmaster kept painted. Postmasters and I

PAINING YOU? They relieve tension, break BIRTHS WING I ITo Owen Kennedy of the Inverness rural carriers should ask patrons BRAKE I!
post office suggests that mail- to group boxes where
monotony provide a change of Mr. & Mrs.JayUmphress,
boxes on mounted routes, practicable particularly where --
city
pace give you a new viewpoint Hernando a boy on 52263To
V A stated if rural routes and star routes adequate turnouts can be'pro
recent report that people would offer something different orgive Mr.Mrs. Burton Bellamy
bathe their feet each night In luke life." with delivery and collection vided. zS
warm you. a new lease on Hernando a girl on 5-27-63.
water, then rinse them in cold water, at the service should receive atten- Boxes that are not properly installed -
end of a week they would feel as though they tion the year around. or not kept in good ser-

had new feet. Why don't you try it? AA.Marine Patrons should be encouragedto viceable condition retard the 4 r
Plywood BOATS furnish mail receptacleswhich delivery of mail and may exposeit sSS
If this does not solve foot problems,
I your
are convenient and safeto to the weather.Unserviceableboxes
i you need the help of a physician or podiatrist. very best materials Jpd..
j Carycraft Boat Works use, nea t appearing and pro- must be replaced. : 5 Make ,_
A You should consult one quickly. In our phari the every brake job you d
tect mail
: macy we have many foot-care products and says Kennedy. a COMPLETE BRAKE JOB.
J prescrlpUon drugs for foot ailments. U.5.41 N. Sportsmen's Park Boxes that are properly erect- Don't install new linings ,,

m Landscape Nursery ]Block S. Bowling Alley ed efficient and maintained speedy contribute delivery to of My Neighbors when die drums are out of 'rr'

mail. -, round, worn or scored.Have r
-. them machined
on
precision
'
YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need Rural route patrons are required -
our VAN l NORMAN Brake
: medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping near to provide mailboxes of r Drum Lathe. No need to re- SS
J
by. A great many people entrust us with their pre- the standard approved type. Patrons from
move hubs or tires
scriptions. May we compound yours? Complete Paint Job $49.95Expert who are still using boxesof drums.
the top opening type sbould

.I not be required to discard them,
provided they have been continuously -
Paint &
Work
Body'
in use by the same own
BENNETT'Ss er and at the same location for 1
Free Estimates many years. They should be

kept in good serviceable condition -
B See Mr. Brown at and should be easily servedby

;w : DRUG STORE the carrier from his vehicle.

CHICK CHITTY Names of the owners should be
FORDHwy. "We Service What We Sell"
I PHCNE 726-2731 INVERNESS K\\ shown on the side of the box fH*
visible to the carrier as be approaches -
t .n N Inverness Florida or on the door if boxes "Now I have to go heme and So. West Main 5 Inverness, Flo.Sfrhs .
'r -t_' One Color No Metal Work are roupeii The box number convince my wife to cut down

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4 _ The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE May 30, 1M 5-A

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I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 'of the Southwest 1/4 of the

THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Northeast 1/4 of Section 26,

OF FLORIDA IN AND OF FLORIDA. W AM Township 18 South Range 19

__ _- FOR CITRUS COUNTY. FOR CITRUS COUNTY. Ease, Citrus County. Florida.
: LN CHANCERY. No. 1579 IN CHANCERY. Ca3eN0. 1605 You are hereby notified that a

, MiscellaneousNeed For RentFOR Roil Estate Real EstateLet Public NoticeIN (Hon.Carroll W. Fussell) SUFTTO QUIET TTTLE suit has been brought against
NOTICE MARPER, INC.,a Florida corporatloia : you in the Circuit Court of CitruS -

.OFFORECLOS RESALE PJatattffV3 County. Florida in Chancery -
fans we got um. Large, RENT--Small furn. cot- LAKE Tsala Apopka 3 fine THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GEORGE E. PRIEST and ANNAM. S by MARPER INC. a Flo-

t small & in between $4 & up. tage, Lake Croft low rent to weekend lodges different locations L's Build YouA THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PRIEST his wife. MARY S. NICKERSON eC al. riday corporation as Plaintiff

Toasters ceramics etc. permanent retired couple. P.O. a lion waterfront. Beautiful IN AND FOR CITRUS Plaintiffs Defendants.NOTICE to quiet its title to said land

STUFF FER SALE. Hernando. Box 147, Hernando, Fla. 22-tfc priced from $5500 to $7500. GOLD MEDALLION HOMEOn COUNTY STATE OF FLORI- vs TO APPEARIN and you are hereby severally

PAUL GIGNAC REAL ESTATE Your Lot. DA. LN CHANCERY.CaseiI609 JOSHUA ANDERSON and IDA THE NAME OF THE STATE required to file (personally or

Fiberglass & Materials FOR RENT--Two bdrm. furn.apt. Box 38. Hernando FI rida. Ph. SEETHE MODEL NOW SUITTO QUIET TITLE RHEA ANDERSON, a/k/a IDA FLORIDA., TO: by attorney) with the Clerk of

'i $30 month. No smokers no 726-1584. 13-tfc BEING BUILTIN E.F. CRIBBS. PlaintiffVS ANDERSON, his wife and HARRIET MARY S. NICKERSON. as the said Court, and to serve upon

:' For Boats drinkers. Call REV. ROSSI, BELLEVIEW -. C. FOSTER. an unremar sole heir at law of Charles E. CHAPPELL, DUNN &MILLER.
726-1816, Hernando. 21-tfc New nine room masonry home. Bedrooms. 1 bath 59250 LESLIE BLANK et ai, ried widow Nickerson. deceased; P.G.DIL- Plaintiff's attorneys, whose address -

i See two ceramic tile baths two fire- 3 Bedrooms. 2 baths 11,250 Defendants. Defendants. -, LARD; the heirs of F.M. LA- is 7 North Magnolia Street

I.: EDWHIJACREf FOR RENT--Three room places. Wall to wall carpeting in Just Write or PhoneA. NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN MON to-wit. G.H. LAMON and Ocala Florida,your written defenses -

furnished cottage. living and dining room on 30 T. THAWLL'YBelleview. STATE OF FLORIDA TO: pursuant to a Final Decree of his wife RUTH L. LAMON\ ; R. if any to the Complaintin
\ Route 44Withlacoochee FOR RENT: Two room furn apt. acres cleared. $28,000, 12 mi. Florida BRUCE L. HOOVER and RUBY Foreclosure dated May 8, 1963 E. LAMON and his wife LAURA said suit on file with the

I River MILDRED OS5ENFORT. S.E. of Inverness. Being sold by Phone 245-2312 20-rfc W. HOOVER.his wife:ST.GEORGES and Order Amending Final Decree L. LAMON; LULA PRIEST and Clerk of said Court, on or before -

Phone 748-6593 Ph. 726-1371 18-tfc owner. Ph. 796-4875. 8-tfc __ -Iw_ ALEXANDRINE COMPANY of Foreclosure and Sale by her husband G.E. PRIEST: SARAH the 10th day of June 1963

p boat a corporation. HOWARDA Changing Date of Sale dated May LAMON and JOHN LA- which day and date is hereby
Your HOME FURNITURE air-conditioned FOR RENr--Bring your FOR SALE--HOME, Keating FLUCKKJER. MARIE GOEH- 27. 1963, entered in Chancery MON: ROBERT E.ROGERS also fixed as the Return Day of this

STORE is authorized FRIGI- and furn.by nature,quiet Park, Brand new two bdrm.. HEARINGAIDSOnly RINGER and JULIA MERDES, Case No. 1579 of the Circuit known as Robert E.Rodgers, Notice to Appear.
two
r'DAIRE and MAYTAG appliance apt. peaceful.on lake,TV,bath,twin room beds, large lot, tile bath, electric as the last known Directors of Court of the Fifth judicial Cir- the heir of Ida Lamon Rogers If you fail to do so, a Decree
dealer. We service what we kitchen large screened patio ST. GEORGES ALEXANDRINE Pro Confesso will be entered
Rod-
private porch, utility cuit of Florida, in and for Citrus also known as Ida Lamon
sell. 38-tfc room. $55 month.carport Hickory Hill with beautiful lake view, circle S23.95.Up. COMPANY a corporation: County. wherein GEORGEE. gers; GEORGE CHLLARD also against you for die relief demanded -

GRAVELY TRACTORS New Retreats. E. NEILL,Inverness. drive easy terms. ILL FLORIDA WESTCOASTDEVE- PRIEST and ANNA M. known as George F.Dillard,the in the Complaint.
KEATING, Floral City, Fla. FreeTrialTermsLandscape LOPMENT COMPANY a corporation Witness hand as Clerk and
rebuilt, parts, repairs. Ph. 726-2755. 17-tfc PRIEST. his wife are plaintiffs, heir of Florence Lamon Dil- my
ROGERS AUTOMOTIVE 13-tfc J. W. WAITE, M. W. and JOSHUA ANDERSON and lard; B. C. PEGG and his wife the seal of said Court this 6

Tavares. Ph. 343-3071. 43-tfc BREESE and A.W.THO fPSON, IDA RHEA ANDERSON, a/k/a/ ELLA G. PEGG;JAMES HOOPER day of May 1963.
Nursery
Wanted IN CRYSTAL RIVER -Mobile as the last known Directors of IDA ANDERSON. his wife and : CITY OF HERNANDO. a FRANCIS W. WILLIAMS Clerk

DIRECT FROM FACTORY homesites on UJS. 19 S. 70x75, Two outlets FLORIDA WEST COAST DEVELOPMENT HARRIET C. FOSTER an un- municipal corporation organized of Circuit Court.Citrus County.
all with central water.$25 down COMPANY a .remarried widow, are defendants and existing under the laws FloridaBy

Fiberglass panels Flator WANTED-Phosphate land. Will and $10 mo. Contact FLORA 1 mile East on Hwy. 44 corporation; THE GLOBE MI-: I will sell to the highest of the State of Florida (Citrus : Virginia S. Williams D.C.

corrugated. For roof or buy or lease. Have buyers if VEAL owner at 795-2822 or and at Sportsmen'sPark NING AND MANUFACTURING and best bidder for cash at the County, Florida); and to the unknown CHAPPELL, DUNN Be MILLER

sidewall. From 29
ESTATE. P.O. Box 128,Crystal S tion. JOHN A BISHOP and HERBERT Courthouse Inverness, Florida case may be, of each and everyof 7 North Magnolia Street

Boats repaired or fiber- River. Fla. Ph. 795-3144 Res. New 1963 Florida Styled A. BISHOP as the last at 11:00 o'clock A.M. onthe the natural persons who are Ocala Florida

glassed. 795-2927 20-tfc Masonry Homes known Directors being available 10 day of June 1963,the follow- parties defendant to this cause; Publish MAV 9. 16. 23, 30. 1963

Bullion your Homesite LOOKMove SALUE M. McKAY and WILLIAM ing described property as set and to all unknown parties

Fiberglass Coth. Mat S SECRETARY Mature refined 2 Bedroom $6,950.00 E. McKAY her husband; forth in said Findal Decree to claiming interests by throughor IN THE COuRT OF THE
Hardener Cleaner with accounting bankingand In WALTER RAY and RAY wit: against said named defendants -
etc. lady 3 Bedroom $7,350.00ManyOtherModels Right COUNTY JUDGE,CITRUS
Resin only $6 gal. legal experience desires AvailableNo 3 BR Masonry completely his unknown wife; W.S. ROD- Begin at the SE corner of Lot or any of them, as heirs COUNTY. FLORIDA,

position in Inverness area. down payment 100% financed furnished, including TV, DENBERRY and DELLA ROD- 864 Town of Dunnellon thence devisees legatees grantees, IN PROBATEIN

Leaking roofs or sidewallscan Write Chronicle Box No. 65E, low monthly terms.We can and Washer-Dryer. DENBERRY, his wife; CHAR- run West 50 feet thence North successors, legal representatives RE: ESTATE OF W.R.MULLINIKS. -

be plastic coated or Inverness. 19-tfc make it easy for you to own your Landscaped Yard LIE RODDENBERRY and KATIE 100 feet: thence East 50 leet: assignees trustees,lien- Deceased.

fiberglassed and sealed home. Write for free.brochure Best Section RODDENBERRY, his wife;J. thence South 100 feet to P.O.B.; ors, creditors or otherwise TO ALL CREDITORS AND

forever. Do it yourself. today. R. RODDENBERRY. and RUTH .said Lot 864 being bounded on claimants; and to all corpora- PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR

STATI FAIM World's P. O. Box 23 Leesburg Fla.224c.. STROUT REALTYAnnie RODDENBRRRY his wife; the North by Seventh Street on tions and other legal entities. DEMANDS AGAINST SAID

PONTOON MFG.CORP. I J !L. I Largest GEORGE RODUENBERRY.. a the West by Margaret Street and whether their domiciles be foreign ESTATE:

Hwy 41 N. 21/2rni I I Auto Insroort Co. single man; ROGER WATSONand on the East by lot 859 Section domestic or unknown and You and each of you are hereby
Brooksville. Florida ,I GJat I StxiHxtsra REAL ESTATE WANTED--- V. Brown 726-2567 EDITH WATSON, his wife; 35. Township 16 S, Range 18 E,' whether dissolved or existing. notified and required to presentin

( SNSUIANCIJ hats FimAgeetStat.Txm Acreage. farms ranches of all Inverness FloridaSchools WILLIAM B. KEATING and RO- according to plat thereof recorded and including corporations and duplicate any claims and demands -
'r FOR SALE':-Large Coldspot sizes. If the price is right we SABEA H. KEATING his wife; in Public Records of other legal entities not known to which you or either of

f I deep freeze, good condition. PtattCmtrf Mutual AUtOWCbIJIsUrJIeCa.River 795-2541 can handle it. J.T. O'NEAL ALMA HEAD and HEAD Citrus County Florida, be dissolved or existing, and to you, may have against the estate'of

',I.! $75.00. D. E. THAYER. Hern Realtor Inverness Fla. her unknown husband; EDGAR Together with all furniture, the unknown assigns successors W.R. MULLINIKS, deceased,

4 ando. 20-3(1> V. HAMILTON and VIOLET furnishings and fixtures and any in interest trustees, and- late of said County to the County
HAMILTON. his wife;NEWTONP. replacements thereof which are all other parties claiming by.
y PUPPIES WANTED and AKC before you buy..s -aMEN Judge Citrus County. Florida
TURNER and SALLIE J. now or may hereafter be located through under or against any houseof
office the
grown dogs. Cash paid pick up WEST COASTCONCRETE at his in court
- I I service. Ph. 584-2964 Clear- ALIENS POINT WOMEN 18 to 55 PLUS?? TURNER. his wife; C.E. ROD- and situate on the above des- named corporation and legal en= said County at Inverness
DENBERRY and EVA RODDEN- cribed property. and all strUct- tity; and to all unknown parties
%% wat ;' _19-p Motel or Resort Management.Men Florida, within six calendar
_-_ _tu_ -_ INC. Women BERRY, his wife; OVA B.JOHNSTON ures and improvements now and and persons having or claim-
or Couples can months from the time of the first
;- I ART SUPPLIES Oils, Watercolors (Gospel Island-Inverness) and JOHNSTON hereafter on said land and the
make ing to have estate right
any
; ALL WATERFRONT LOTS high salary plus apartment. publication of this notice. Each
i,: Pastels. Brushes pal-
Radio Dispatched his unknown attached thereto also
fixtures
wife. ART
;
Pick your own location title or interest in,or lien upon claim or demand shall be in
ettes, Varnish, Drawing Pads. with Placement CANNON and CANNON. together with all and singularthe the following described real
Concrete Truck our Assistance. writing. and shall state die placeof
$2750. &
Available
NOW at WALT CON- up.Terms
Learn .at home in your spare his wife; JOHN Q. ADAMS tenements hereditaments property situate in Citrus County residence and post office ad-
-t NOR'S OFFICE SUPPLY In- tement Blocks & Masonry time. For Personal Interview JR. and CECILE MAY ADAMS, easements and appurtenances Florida to-wit: dress of the claimant, and shall
verness. 13-tfc Supplies for All Types of Ask your Realtor to show his wife; STANLEY G. ADAMS thereunto belonging or in 68 70
Write American P.O. Box any Lots 69. and that portion be sworn to by die claimant,his
,- Construction Paving and you this fine property or and MARIE ADAMS. his wife; wise appertaining and the rents. of Southof
Puppies $5.00 down, 120 AKC- 218 -Lady Lake. Florida. 22-4c Main Street lying agent, or attorney and any such
Clearing. contact Wm. Spanjer(owner) ADAMS III and issues and profits thereof, and
breeds to choose from. MIDWAY JOHN QUINCY Oak Street and West of U.S. claim or demand not so filed
FARMS KENNELS. Rt. 1, Ph. Crystal River 795-3176 Dunnellon Florida. 9-266? JOB SECURITY --Can be yours ADAMS, his unknown wife; also all the estate right title, Route No. 41, and that portionof shall be void.GEORGE .

t fl5Cleaaer..Fla. 19-.f. Hunter by preparing now for coming Civil CLAYTON C. ADAMS and interest and all claims and demands Lots 71, 72, 73, and 74. lying E. MULLINIKS .

TWIN PINESTRALLOR PARK Service Examinations. For 'ADAMS, unknown wife;WILLIAM whatsoever as well as inequity West of U.S. Route No. 41. aH As administrator of the Estate
REEL. & ROD service We Information: Write Advance P. ADAMS and : of said mortgagor in and being in the Town of Hernando. of W.R. ?MULLINIKS deceased.

trade and swap. BERT'S REEL Real Estate New and Used Trailors. P.O. Box 218 Lady Lake ADAMS, his unknown wife; to the same, and every part and as recorded Plat Book 1, Page JOHNSON S. SAVARY

SHOP, Glenn's Camp 1st road. Large trailer lots-shade and Florida 22-4c CONSTANCE ADAMS GILLIAM parcel thereof, and also all gas 16, Public Records of Citrus Inverness, Fla.

on left, Rt. 44, S. Inverness. good water. Recreationbldg.and . and GILLIAM her unknown and electric fixtures,radiators, County, Florida: Attorney for Executors.

35-tfe: shuffle boards. Brooks- Public husband: LESLIE BLANK and heaters, air conditioning equip AND ALSO: First publication May 30 1963.

For Sale yule Hwy 41 S. 10-tfc NoticeIN DAISY PAUL BLANK. his wife; ment machinery, boilers, ran- Commencing at the Southeast Publish May 30. June 6, 13, 20.
TV SALES LESLIE BLANK as Trustee ges, elevators and motors.bathtubs corner of the Northwest 1/4 of 1963.
THE COURTOFTHECOUN-
Lovely 2-Bedroom home, FOR SALE-CB construction and DAISY PAUL BLANK his sinks, water closets,wat- the Northeast 1/4 of Section 26,
Home Furniture Store, Phone Completed December, 1961. three bdrm. house, 1 1/2 bath, TY JUDGE CITRUS COUNTY wife; and HOY WILLIAMS and er basins, pipes, faucets and Township 18 South Range 19

726-2922. We give the most On the water, masonry con-'. electric kitchen. MRS. MARY FLORIDARE MARIONE W. WILLIAMS, his other plumbing and heating fix- East Citrus County, Florida, IN COURT OF THE COUNTY
for the old set when you trade: struction, ceiling heat,completely -' HORAN Live Oak Dr. Sports- : ESTATE OF J. STANLEY wife; if they or any of them be fumes mantels refrigerating go thence West along the South JUDGE CITRUS COUNTY
for a new TV. Good selectionof THOMAS akaJS.. THOMAS and if of and ice boxes window STATE OF FLORIDA.IN .
furnished. men's Park, Inverness. 20-3p alive they or any plants line of the Townsite of Hernan
used TV's $25 and up. Only $10,500J. DECEASED diem be dead then against the screens, screen doors,Venetian do, as recorded in Plat Book 1, PROBATE.IN .

T. O'NEAL REALTOR CLIENT has $1000 to $1500 to NOTICE OF INTENTION TO unknown heirs devisees leg- blinds storm shutters and awnings Page 16, Public Records of Citrus RE THE ESTATE OF

WILL SWAP Caloric gas range, OR SEE THE REALTOR OF loan on Improved real estate for MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL atees or grantees of each any which are now or may County Florida a distance ELLENOR S.ROOKS.Deceased.

,good condition for refrigerator.For YOUR CHOICE. two to three years. M.C. SCO- DISCHARGE. and all of them and any and all hereafter pertain to or be used of 50 feet to a point on TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON-
sale. 1953 Chevy truck bins FIELD, Inverness, Fla. 5-tfc NOTICE Is hereby given that persons claiming any right tit- with in or on said premises. the Westerly right-of-way line CERN:

on side plumbing and electric S the undersigned executor has le or interest in and to the following even though they may be detached of U.S. Route No. 41 (a 66 foot Notice is hereby given that
filed its final and
4 stock, mowers and motors and BEAUTIFUL 2 1/2 & 5 acre for report thereof peti-and described lands Citrus or detachable are and road as it now exists) to the Valentine Rooks filed his final

misc. Ph. 795-3236., 20-3c tracts river & lake access, FOR SALE tion for Final approval County, Florida, to-wit: shall be deemed to be fixtures Point of Beginning; continue'thence report as Administrator of the
hunt club privileges from Discharge as execu- SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section and accessions to the freeholdand West long the said South estate of Ellenor S. Rooks. deceased -
$300
Three Bdrm.home plus 21/2 tor of the estate of J.STANLEYTHOMAS 26 17 South a of the ; that he has filed his petition -
Township
,
Range
part realty. line of the Towns ite of Hernen-
FOR SALE--TWO piece Cherry- per acre, terms. Owner Box .
wood bdrm. suite. COUNTS 38, Hernando, Fla. 726-1584 acres of ground. Quite new also known as JjS. 17 East: S 1/2 of SW 1/4 of Dated this 29 day of May, 1963. do, a distance of 281.72 feet for final discharge, and
726-1347. or and located about half way THOMAS, deceased; and that on NW 1/4 of Section 26,Township FRANCIS Cowboy"WILLIAMS more or less to a point on the that he will apply to die Honor-
Ph. 726-1711. 13-tfc
Floral
_City, between Homosassa Springsand the 17th day of June, 1963. it 17 South. Range 17 East: N 1/2 Clerk of said Circuit Court Easterly right-of-way line of able O. Frank Scotiekt County

Crystal River. On good will apply to the Honorable O. of NE 1/4 of Section 26. Town- By Virginia S. Williams the ACLRailroad; thence Southeasterly Judge of Citrus County, Florida
FOR SALE--My loss your gain County road back less than FRANK SCOFIELD County of 1963. for
ship 17 South Range 17 East; Deputy Clerk said on the 1 day July.
SNAPSHOTDEVELOPING at Two new masonery homes on mile from US 19.Reasonable Judge Citrus CountY Florida. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Court SealPublish along the Easterly approval of same and for final
ZELLER MUSEUM and studios Lake Bradley, small down payment right-of-way line of the ACL
down payment buy owner'sequity for approval of said final report that a suit has been brought May 30. 1963 14.91feet discharge as Administrator of
camera shop. Fast, courteous and start fishing. H. Railroad a distance of
at discount, and for final discharge as
you carry against in the Circuit Courtof the estate of Ellenor S. Rooks
you
quality service by experts. ROURKE RFD 1. Box 14. Floral monthly payments of $61.40per executor of the estate of the Citrus Florida In ; thence East and parallel deceased, ondds 21 day of May.
County,
U.S. 41 N. Inverness. 52-tfc City Fla. 20-3p to the said Soda line of the
month incl. into Write said J. Stanley Thomas a/k/a IN THE COURT OF THE 1963.
and
Chancery by E.F. CRIBBS
TownSite of Hernando, a distance -
J.S. Thomas, deceased. COUNTY JUDGE, CITRUS Valentine RooksAdministrator
400 ft. 19. Joe L. Cobb. Inc. you are hereby required to of 281.72 feet toa point on
FOR SALE--1948 two door frontage on Hwy Dated. May 13. 1963. COUNTY FLORIDA, of De estate ofEllenor
WILLIAM F. EDWARDS -
serve
Chev. good tires and battery. Terms. $17 per front foot.Con- Realtors UNION TP'IST COMPANYBy upon of IN PROBATE.IN the Westerly right-of-way line S. Rooks deceased,
& -
EDWARDS
BRADSHAW
Very reasonable. Ph.726-2335. tact BRYANT REAL ESTATE Parkview- Bldg. uunnellon, DEAN C. HOUK Plaintiff's RE: ESTATE OF ANNIE L. of U.S. Route No. 41; thence: Publish May 23. 30 ft June 6
P.O. Box 128, Crystal River, Attorneys, North along the said Westerly
.
22-lc Fla. HU 9-2261 or consult Vice President and Trust Of- whose address is Inverness. MASON Deceased.TO end 13, 1963.Chronicle.
Fla. Ph. 795-3144. Res. 795- right-of-way line of U.S. Route
ficer as Executor of the Estateof ALL CREDITORS AND -
local
J & K REPAIR SHOP-We do all 2927 20-tfc your broker. 15-tic J. STANLEY THOMAS deceased Florida, a copy of your written PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR No. 41, a distance of 14.91 feetto
kinds of washing machine re- defenses to the Complaint in ES- the Point of Beginning. Said
SAID
DEMANDS AGAINST Want Ads PaySNAPPREALTY
pairs. Kenmore and RCA Whirl- 9th Street North and Central said suit, on or before the 22 You and each of you are hereby lands lying in and being a pan
Work day of June 1963,and the original -
pool our specialty. guaranteed E.D. Neill Avenue St. Florida
three months. Next to Now Is Petersburg. of said written defenses shall notified and required to present
NELSON AND which
NELSON claims and demands
J & KMotel,Inverness. Ph.726- General Contractor Attorneys be filed with the Clerk of said you any or either of you. may have
2622.: 19-tfc 52 6th Court. The purpose of this suitis
Street South
against the estate of Annie L.
The TimeIN & Builder St. to quiet the title of die Plain-
Refrigerators, stoves. sinks, Petersburg Florida tiff the above des- Mason, deceased late of said
beds most anything for your HICKORY HILL RETREATS Publish May 16, 23, 30. June 6. cribed.to property County to the County Judge of Exclusive Sales Representatives of

home. Come see. Bring money. CONTAINERS Route #1 Hifehway 44 1963. WITNESS my hand as Clerk and Citrus County, Florida at his

STUFF FER SALE. Hernando. Everbearing Sweet Peppers 3 miles East of Inverness NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Seal of said Court at Inverness office in the court house of said INVERNESS HIGHLANDS

.50f doz Phone 726-2755 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Florida. on this the 15 day of County at Inverness. Florida,
Patented rose bushes .95 within six calendar months from
ea. Free plans service that undersigned desiring 1963.
10" bloom May the of the first See Us for All Purchases
Lost and Found Hibiscus .50 ea. Financing available engage in business under the Court SealFRANCIS time publication

Boxwood in gal. cans .95 ea. Lots for Sale fictitious name of Clifton's Cove W. WILLIAMS of this notice. Each claim or demand Sales or Transfers of Equity
Gardenia shall be in writing, and
.25 ea For a Square Deal Marina atOzelloauseWayiIFtends : Clerk of Circuit Court
LOST--Bunch of keys. Reward.ph. Summer Poinsetta .25 ea Try ERNIE NEILL to register the said name By: Virginia S. Williams D.C. shall state the place of resi- Phones: 726-1241 or 726-2471

726-1125. Bougainvillea 1.95 ea with the clerk of the circuit Publish May 23, 30, June 6, 13, dence and post office address of Mile South en U.S. Highway 41
Small lemon .75 the claimant, and shall be swornto
1 everbearing ea Flori-
FOR SALE--Two f urn.houses, court of Citrus, County 1963.
.
Citrus trees 2.95 ea by the claimant.agent,attor- IivtfMM. FkrktNi .
one at $4000 and one at $4500.In .
Calamondin 2.95 da.Dated and such claim or demand -
Miscellaneous ea Florida ney any
lake FBKE at Inverness
city, access.D.B. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
be void.
filed shall
Crepe Myrtle. .75 ea 505 W.Lakeshore Dr. Inverness. this day of May 13. A.D. 1963. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN not so
_ Aust Pahnsdon'treeze6.ooeaPineapple George Eugene Mason
Ph. 726-2872. 22-3c Myrtle Clifton
ART CLASSES-Call Mrs. Nor- Pear 1.95 ea that undersigned,desiring As executor of the Last Will and

1 vell Bryant. Hernando. Phone Japanese Persimmon 1.95ea Date Owners of firstp.1blicationMay 16. engage in business under the Testament of Annie L. Mason Money MWR
of
ficticious SPRINGSMarEL
name
726-1872 22-lc Concord grapes .50 ea Waterfront 1963. deceased.

Blue-Lake .75 ea Publish May 16. 23, 30. June 6. said name intend with to the register clerk of the the First publication May 30, 1963 Brand New '2
ADVERTISE Calariums .59 ea Homesites Publish May 30. June 6, 13 fc B.R. Home
circuit court of Citrus County.
I IN THE CHRONICLE Wiesteria ,50# to 2.00 1963.NOTICE 20, 1963.
Florida.
Figs .75 ea From $1,595.00 BY PUBLICATION Hove M S
Dated Florida. right
ArborVitae .50 up Direct to Gulf-Fresh and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN at Inverness.

Cascade Petunia .10 ea Salt Water Fishing. that undersigned,desiring this 16di day of May.A.D. 1963. ..... Mad .
Allman R, Walker Too Late To Classify Complete for living ceramic .carpott.sera -
WANT TO BORROW I HUNDREDS OFOlHERSLandscape Contact: engage; in business under the Martha Walker porch well. septic t&.:. lasulttfcm, oil fataim.,

fictitious name of Rogers Stan- Owners garbage disposer, utility room .liianUiil rtiB< IK

Nursery Trotter's, Realty dard Station atChassahowitzka, LOVICK P. WILLIAMS FOR SALE: 80 x 125. All utiltti ... |t.990.00. $75.00 pr _,
$10,000 Fla. intends to register the said
201-2 Inverness Bank Building Lake Panasuflkee water total or J135O down $55 per month.ZANMAR .
2 locations Sportsmans name with the clerk of the circuit
and Lincoln park Homosassa Springs court of Citrus County, Inverness, Florida front and water access trailer
Secured by First-Mortgage Park : Telephone 795-2882 Florida. Attorney for Owners. lots. Paved streets. Central VM.LA6E: Ftoral CIty

I, on well situated city property Dated at Inverness. Florida, Publish May 23. 30. June 6;-- waterystem=, and boat

Conservative valueS "A pedestrian is driver this day of 22 1963. 13, 1963. basin. $795 $1295. Liberal .
a May A.D.
35000. Iftune WriteS 1 Mile South oaths. 41. 2 Blocks: W__S... .
terms. or
who has found a parking FOR SALE-Beautiful modern Jimmie RogersOwner EDWARD JOHBS OWMT tmios .uAlfJf..

space." Fred W. Grown, waterfront home.CB two bdrm. ," SUMTER REALTY Pen
Write Box 65A Chronicle Edgewater ( COUNTS Floral City. Ph. 726- Date of first publication May 23. Chronicle Ads Sell -
NJj Bergen "
It.n. ilux 243. Ifiuae 733202.
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THURSDAY) May 30, 1963 '
1' One escapee from;'/state prison Meanwhile a companion who Road just south of Crystal Riv- 73rd YEAR NUMBER 22 t SECTION B
camp road gai was shot fled the road gang with him was er. They were spotted by J.C. ,
ananother was sf JSght for halfa being treated at Citrus Memorial Nichols, area contractor, as ,(,
day last Thursday while he lay Hospital for a bullet wound they moved hastily through the
submerged neckf Jeep in a weed received after he failed heed a Woodward Park area on the j -."' '. ; : a'f f.: C -
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and snake infesffl channel clad call to stop. The wounded convict river. t :o ( r 4 } ? ir;. ; I.
only in Bermuf j shorts while 25-year-old George Allen Nichols got his .22 rifle and ', <'," -," I.i" .1 ; .
a dozen orj',lore searchers Williams of West Palm Beach went after Leo Savary work "" 1: 4nj
combed the b/jhes,water front has since been transferred to crew boss and the pair traced I j ,.
and area homes. Railford State Prison. the escapees to the residenceof : g ,
A couple of hours after darkness Both Williams and Phillips Brig. Gen. and Mrs. C.\!. ,
34-year-old Herman were short term "honor"pris- McQuarrie who were not homeat J p. t) WL' T
Phillips, strolling casually a- oners at the.Floral City camp. the time. Savary pleaded 1st'
long Kings Bay highway near The latter was still in the county vainly with the convicts to give '<4. I

Crystal River, fully clothed and jail this week. themselves up. The general was ....
puffing a cigar, called out to The two men made their break known to have numerous weap- .
prison officials and calmly gave around 10:45 Thursday morning ons in his home and it was not ...i ')
himself up. while at work along Kings Bay known if the escapees were in t
.. possession of them. 9
When the two escapees made a
dash for freedom,Savary called
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running he used Nichols' rifle
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clothes and were clad in Ber-
muda shorts T-shirts and with-
out shoes.
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While Savary attended the
I wounded man Nichols tried to
head off the other convict. But
Phillips darted around another
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police department sheriff's department -
Highway patrol con- 4
servation and wildlife depart- .- f ;
ments joined prison officers in
the manhunt. Bushes and weedsall
along the river were searched. L
A densely covered canal beside -
the house where the prisoner ._ ,
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members of the police and sheriff's department follow bloodhound was all eyes.last spotted There was was checkedby indica- GRADUATES OF BOOKER T. WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL,CLASSOF '63, are Dixon, Larry Chesteen James Webster Herbert Whaley, and Mae Edify
from point where escapee was last sighted. Phillips lay sub- tion that Phillips had enteredthe pictured above. These 15 seniors two others.who were not present for the Gaines. Seniors not shown are Daniel Williams and Robert McGill. Diplomasfor
merged neck deep in a canal bordering the left of the above photo. canal but it was not logical picture, and five adults were all presented with diplomas during commencement graduates of the adult education class went to Mrs. Lillie Mae Allen. Mrs.
., Below, Tom McQuarrie and Marion Oliver begin river search of that the barefoot shorts-clad exercises last night by Harry K. Buie.superintendent Citrus County schools. Alice Edwards, Mrs. Bettye McKinnon, Miss Jeanoette Brooks,and Mrs. Leola
the area. after shoeless footprints were dlscoveredalongwater'sedge. escapee would stay in such a Seated left to right are: Willie Pearl Jenkins. Verona Dixon Celestine Wash- Smith. Senior class sponsor is Miss Evelyn Tribble, with Allen P. Henry Jr.,
photos by Tannehill hole for long. Homes along the ington, Jannie M. Vickers, Joyce Ann Joyner, Evelyn Williams Jeanette co-sponsor. Mrs. Pearlie Stewart is sponsor of the adult education class.
river were checked and a blood- Floyd (back row) Rogenia Slmpkins, Lemont Gary Robert Lemon Jessie -photo by Tttaehlll
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hound nosed his way up and down ,
l'I the water's edge.At At Booker T. WashingtonGraduating IVs
one point a radio message fivers waited.
informed officers that a man fit- Around 9 o'clock a man approached -
H1- ting the description of the escapee the road block calledout Group
was being held a short to prison foreman Willious
/- : distance away. When deputies Reed and gave himself up. It -
I arrived they learned that Don was Phillips.He was fully clothed Includes Adults '.
Norton, a young musician at sporting a straw hat and
Paradise Plantation, had been smoking a cigar.He .
I detained as he was on the wayto revealed that he had jumped Harry K. Buie superintendent read Scripture and gave the invocation -
II III' .[A "do a little fishing.: Afterhewas into the middle of the canal and of the Citrus County Boardof followed by a selection .
told what was going on,Nor- was surrounded by searchers on Public Instruction,presented from the Glee Club.
r l 't /c ton nervously informed officers several occasions. He said he diplomas to 17 students and five A.W. Dabney, the school's
that he believed he would returnto started to call out but was adults during commencement athletic director, acknowledged
rJ 3 the hotel and "read a book." afraid he would be fired at. exercises last night at BookerT. guests, and Principal J. D.
It was believed that Phillips After the search party abandoned Washington High School. Greene offered the presehtation
would lie low until after dark the area, Phillips said, he The graduates, parents and and remarks.
at which time he might attemptto broke into the nearby house friends heard Harold A. Jack- Annette and CarolindaScrivensang
bring-carout of the area,by which belongs to a Gainesville ,
,..r on. Tampa attorney, deliverthe a duet and the senior I
I.I I.-I t way of the only road.Kings Bay.A physician, and helped hims@R commencement address.He class whose-motto is '"Theco
I.t roadblock was set up and of- to the clothes. was introduced by Larry Chest- ward never started; the weak

t ... - .. ... ....... ... . een senior class president. fell on the way": only the strong
'0 "0 Wednesday night's program came through. sang the class
0.. .. began with the processional."War song.
March of the Priest. The Benediction was pronounced by
Rev. J.L. Brooks of Dunnellon the Rev. L. Bellamy of Floral
City.
THE BACCALAUREATE services
Golf Tourney were held last Sunday

.. morning with the sermon by.the
Rev. Brooks of
James Crystal
Barbecue SlatedJack River and Dunnellon.He was introduced -
by James Bellamy, HONOR GRADUATES of the Booker T. Washington senior class
Reed chairmanof president of the school student pose at the school organ prior to commencement exercises this
tourney council. week. Standing at left is Willie Pearl Jenkins, class valedictorian. -
the Inverness Golf Country
Joyce Ann Joyner. seated, is class salutatorian.
Club reminds that qualifying Scripture and the invocationwas
rounds for the men's club cham- given by the Rev. Boston -photo by Tannehil)

pionship tournament startedlast Vickers of Webster. Offertorywas
Sunday but will continue by Eli White and Mrs. Effie Enrichment Program Set At tfenwsassa
through this coming Sunday. Wilson. Annette Scriven sang a
A Matched pairings will be made solo and the Glee Club rendereda
Sunday evening and matched selection. HOMOSASSA-Homosassa June 3. School will open June 10
school enrichment program for and continue for four weeks.
play will start on Monday.On Announcements came from
,. the first round the match the summer will be open to all
Principal Greene and acknow- pupils in grades one through The program will include read-
can be played any time between ledgement of guests from Mr. eight with Mrs. Dorothy Alten- ing and selecting library /ks
I Monday and Sunday. The second Dabney. The Rev. Thomas berger in charge.Registration story telling dramatization,
: 1Lii4t match will be between June 10 Everette of Hernando spoke the will l be on Monday creative writing and art.
t and 16. The third match will be benediction.

between June_17 and 22.__ .
The final round will be playedon
Sunday. June 23. and will be
4 followed by a chicken barbecue flONFERENcEcLOFFKEf'1'
} r dinner at which time trophieswill
II ; \; be presented.The .
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entry fee is five dollars
of which two entitles the golferto

: the barbecue. '
. 't't 1'
Al. contestants,club membersand tr..tt-

: .., { :. dinner.guests are welcome to the

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Fire Department =+t

Presented Flag

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: FLORAL CITY- Chief Homer
Sharp said a he local
SOMETHING MISSING. . Monday t rr
volunteer fire department has

A Bank of Inverness savings account will insure you against the and been staff given a new 50-star flag
by Henry Pate a mem-
situation in which the kangaroo finds herself. t, ber of the unit. Rayburn Kinseyand
John Matthews were appointed -
captains of the flag. .
A well balanced banking program should include a savings Other developments in the department +x, r
concern the school of
account from which can be withdrawn to --S- _
money meet unantici instruction which will begin - I,

pated emergencies or to p rov I de ready cash for a business !hall.Monday An at instructor 7 p.m. from in the Ocala fire

transaction. Open your savings account with us today . . will train the men in operatingand
handling equipment in emergencies -
and watch your money grow. ,:'_ _' : ? PENINSULAR ABSTRACT COMPANY
:- The VFD wishes to extend its
thanks to those who participated
1!:. the donkey ball,game and to IIVIlIISS, Fbrkta

the auxiliary for their,support. Established 1921 pM. e 726-1141

If Bible School Slated FRANK D. SANDERS, FOUNDER .... FRANCES X IYY
i'c' Your Full Service FLORAL CrIY-Vacation Bible MRS. MARGARET C. ROM1N SECRETARY BXBCUTIVEVKBExclusive PWfr
s --- H 1 _- .-..- School will begin here Monday
I Commercial Bank morning 9 o'clock through the
.: *. Ages to CfenM County: Florid, far Tide
noon hour at the Floral
I* City
&fessr & Trust Company of Florida, of jacbo.. Florid
5..t...." ..._..-.C..C__.....,.....Co a. CMaa Baptist Church. It will continue
through June 12.
The school will be conducted
under the supervision of the TITLE I NSURANCE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE

pastor. Rev. Homer Duggar. J

BANK of INVERNESS Surf fishing( along Florida's Not a branch or any other kind of off. hoot-It's AH r.fil. ''McCw''

1500 miles of coastline is one

of the most exciting and inexpensive Member American Tide Assodaton FkrfJe. Title Aos.aid.
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2-B The CITRUS COUNTY_ CHRONICLE May 30.; 1963 t .

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. . .,, . '.'-:' 1 ,.' :..::,...:.,.. ,. ,... ., /:':: ':: ' ' ,.: ,., ., ,' Miss Graduates From Nk JMK Univ.G
Advice To Grads: f, : < [ '.' .. V! -. ; : : :::;;' '-:.' '' ". ... ':' .::.. ....x..,:.X;:;::: ,'-: :;: .>. -:. .'. Bugg .

,S.C.Approx were students from twenty-one
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. .' .'- PROCLAMATIONHOME imately ninety Bob Jones Aca- states, Jordan Mexico, Guatemala -
I : Believe & Succeed -'J. demy seniors received diplomas Honduras, the Dominican
f : Saturday night commence Republic and the Bahamas.
i i iI 1 IMPROVEMENT YEAR 1963 ment exercises in the Rode- Among the graduates was Miss
By The Mayor of Inverness, Fla.
. heaver Auditorium the Bob Ellen Patricia daughter of
on Bugg.
I !. Seniors in three high schools in Citrus County will have received A Proclamation
,, their diplomas by the end of this week. They will have WHEREAS,Modernization protects and preserves Jones University campus. Diplomas Mr. and Mrs. Willard F. Bugg

marched onto their respective school auditorium stages as members the investment of our citizens in their homes, and were awarded by Bob Inverness.
of .their graduating class, picked up that valuable piece of :: -_ Jones III, assistant to the president .

I paper, and walked off young men and young,,women...no longer -- WHEREAS, Modernization maintains the health, of Bob Jones University. k Pays To Advertise
i considered school children. !:; productivity and morale of our residents and workers Included_in the_ raduatingclass: ..
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Thequestionmostofthemwillbe asking themselves is: "Wheredo r c

we go from here?" And this is an all-important question. WHEREAS, Modernization of homes develops and
Where are they going? Whether or not they continue their education promotes civic pride, and Two Plants
I .ir ..}ege, what will be their purpose in life? Where will ::1. See our Weekly Mo..y Saving
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they;.1J4'; as far as success is concerned, ten or twenty years WHEREAS, Modernization activity increases Specials
? lI7AR lI'z ix' Pine Street Shopping* Ccntcr
business and stimulates
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.., .i.r J1I'YJJJw ii) 'P- prosperity 215 Magnolia Avenue

' +' ow their hearts are overflowing with dreams, hopes and plans.. Q :j' NOW therefore, be it proclaimed that the year of themosthD tuuxMS OCALA, FLORIDAVolkswagen
! but what will become of these? All of them want to be successfulIn Y 1963, shall be known as "Home Improvement Year",
life, but what actually constitutes "success" Someone has b :: in our community and
said that success Is the progressive realization of a worthy idea. MEW r -

And Isn't this true? RlN FlA BE IT THEREFORE PROCLAIMED that during "

Home Improvement Year" all citizens of this community -
Successful Is that person who is teaching school because he I are urged to examine and reappraise the
,wanted to do that:' the wife or mother who wanted to become a E condition, equipment, and facilities of their homes
wife or mother, and who is doing a good job of it; the corner J J '-. with the view to instituting remodeling programs when
service station operator who is doing just what he wanted to do; and as appropriate.
the successful salesman who is growing and building with his THERE IS A DIFFERENCE *. '
company. Successful is that person who is doing deliberately a Abraham Weitz
pre-determined job because that's what he or she decided to do

deliberately. '. MayorMlii1M :: Try Our Service

Many of these graduates are asking themselves: "What is the mM tt ttFr aM1M IItt ii: iiiLihi;; L 2i J\:::;::.'::;':'...,::.:':rj:::::;{ }tt J1 .1T-ii-i:

.I key to my success?" Their answer should be simply, "goals I" Factory TraMTechnicians
They will succeed in business, in life, because they have set for The Tro,W.,, Safely Service 1- .

themselves definite goals..they know where they're going. The : 0

key to success--or failure--is this: We become what we think Drinking drivers are a major menace on the highways.
about. This one point has been agreed upon down through history .. .

I I. by great teachers and philosophers.One :;: ..... ... ...,. ... ...........:.. .. ... : . : :".: :> ., - - -
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of the Roman said this "A man's life is what his
emperors :
and
FIVE YEARS AGO hter of Mr. Mrs. RJ.Hen-
thoughts make of it." Disraeli also believed this and wrote: "A Brownlee of the wood of Hernando.A .
Dr. E. D. Inverness -
human being with a settled purpose must accomplish that pur- jJ. Presbyterian Church pay increase for county AH Makes Used Cars Tricks i
pose." Emerson believed that "a man is what he thinks about all _
will deliver the baccalaureatesermon teachers ranging from $50 to
day long." William James said that the greatest discovery of his in the audi
Citrus High $100 per year was approved
generation was "that human beings can alter their lives by alter- r b the
torium Sunday night. Monday by BPI.
ing their attitudes of mint. And the Bible tells us that all things 4' Citrus County Civil Defense Dr. V. Dean Reese veteran
are possible to them that believe. :
\ Council now owns nine instru- tarpon fisherman from London,
ments for measuring radiation.Two Ohio, caught a 135-pounder
t Norman Vincent Peale once wrote that if you think in negative .. of the instruments are Geiger day out of Bunts Fish Camp.Dr. .
k terms you'll get negative results; if you think in positive termsyou'll By Bob Tannehill counters. ED Brownlee will deliver Turnipseed Imports Inc.
results. This is the fact which is ,
get positive simple at The City Council this week voted the baccalaureate sermonat
the basis of an astonishing law of prosperity and success. To put to deed property to the SRD CHS Sunday night. Preachingthe 1215 S. Pine St. Ocala Fla. 622-3258' '
it more simply Believe and Succeed 1 This is an important week for that there are more persons :
seniors of three Citrus County drawing social security, thus for a boat launching ramp just baccalaureate sermon for hW.e-WWr.SW.A %
high schools.We more money in the county. off SR 44 and north of the Way- Crystal River High will be the
The Chronicle wishes for our graduates--our young men and
certainly wish them the The monthly benefits to county side Park. Rev. Parker McLendon, pastorof
women of tomorrow--the very best that life has to offer. We
exceed $74,049. The news from the current Red Level Baptist Church.
best that life has tooHer. residents now
wish We wish attain very
you success. you courage to your goals. COUNTYWIDEDRECTOftYLOANS .
remembering when we receivedour This is 14.4 per cent more than fishing survey is all good withan Shirley Ann Nichols and Margie
diploma and wondered what the corresponding period last initial report of the Lake Turner have been chosen valedictorian -

lay ahead of us. year, the report shows. Tsala Apopka check indicating and salutatorian res-
Our serious thoughs on the ******* very heavy reproduction 0 f pectively at Crystal River High. Up To $600. t Hall
matter are Stated in our editorial The Senior Woman's Club of large mouth bass this spring. Despite Gov. Dan Mccarty'sveto Naylor
:j More Of Us Need but we'd like to place this Inverness certainly has a way The Rev. Don A.Walsh,pastorof a bill opening the Homosa- LOAN ON -
thought for graduates and othersto of compensating for making a the Crystal River Methodist ssa River to commercial fishing AUTO, FURNITURE
ponder: newsman wait around almost an Church will deliver the baccalaureate from Pine Island to the mouth, SIGNATURE."Let Fill i Dkt
feed sermon Sunday in the now has the effect of law. The .
God gave us two ends--one to hour for a picture. They
Swim 'KnowHow'Did school auditorium there. bill was sponsored by Rep.
think with and one to sit on. him dinner--and delicious grubit high CeMHCtersPfc.
+ ; .. Success in life will depend to a was too ladies. All is for Val Enterprises, developersof Harry G lea ton and Sen. James Us Help You Salve
great extent on which end we use given. the new Lake Tsala Gardens, Connor. Your Money Problems"
you know that one out of every 14 fatal accidents is a drown- ******* will show model homes to the The graduating class of Lecanto -
the most. Crystal River
ing? Drowning is the fourth leading type of fatal accidents as a ******* Mrs. Nicky Chamblin tells us -. .public Saturday and Sunday. School consists of Kay Town- : 726-1194,
matter of record. Today is MemorialDay..whatdoes her little boys are really downin Judy Smith and Myrna Deal send, Nellie Hodge, Frances Finance Corp. Pit 726.'. :262

that mean to you? Some of the dumps this week, and for have been chosen valedictorianand Roberts Kenneth Townsendand .Inverness
Eighty-six percent of those who drown are male, two-thirds are probably haven't even givenit good reason. salutatorian respectively at Earle jgo, HWY. 19
more than 14 years old, almost two-thirds are not swimming at you a passingthought.Lookupand You see the Chamblin youngins Citrus High. .. .. Burton Bellamy was elected Next to Florida Power
( the time (fell in the water, etc.)and almost half are alone at the down the streets and see how had a black and white female West side citizens have beguna summer president of the Citrus
time. These are just some of the statistics.But many American flags are flying. doggie, three months old which campaign to raise$1500 to pay FFA chapter; Richard Kelly is
Few patriotic souls indeed. they wouldn't have swapped fora for construction of a scout chairman of the State Champ- lIiWi1t
drownings can be prevented,and the county paper would liketo ******* whole bag:?; of fleas. building at Crystal River The ionship Rodeo (Inverness invi- Mason Tractor Co.

make some recommendations now that swimming pools and One year ago to this day we Last Friday the beaglelookingpooch Town recently gave the scoutsa tational); and Burton Bellamyand
beach areas in Citrus County are again open for summer re- arrived for the first time in Inverness wandered from home but plot of ground just east of the Bill Williams are chapter Miterids

creation. assuming our duties as was wagging its way back along community building.Mrs. delegates to the state conven- Ford Tractors
editor of the county paper on the Wildwood road, in front of Edith Figgins has been tion. Agricultural&Industrial;
What can the average person do about drownings? Look for the June 1.We'll. Lake Tsala Gardens,when some installed president! of the Sen- Bill Kant, representing local EquipmentBrooksviHe
people who do not know how to swim-the ones who do not go to always remember the mean ol' fellar in a red truck ior Woman's Club and Mrs.Nell camp of Woodmen of the
r camp, enroll in a swimming class (such as being conducted impressive feeling we got of the helped himself to the little dog. Reed president of the Junior World, presented an American Electrical Supplies
i presently at the Inverness municipal pool) or have other opportunities county seat as we approached it The family looked all over the Woman's Club. flag to Citrus High last week. Fla. Lumber Paint
+ to learn to swim well enough to take care of themselvesin from Highway 44, coming from area during the weekend but no Lynn Gordon Lyons is vale- Obituary: Phillip Carlton Phone 796-5316
ci an emergency. Leesburg. The lakeside was in- sign of their pilfered pup. If dictorian at Crystal River High Glenn, 71, operator of Glenn'sFish Roofing Materials
vigorating..and we've wishedso you got any ideas,call 726-1545. and Constance Jeanette Bertine Camp; native of Missouri. Plumbers' Supplies
The main thing is to watch for those who can't swim or who many times since that motor- "They just can't understand is salutatorian.The Tile SawsBuilders'
can't swim well. Those are the ones who need instruction. Each ists passing through Inverness it," said Joanne Chamblin, the BPI approved preliminaryplans
and every person needs to learn, preferably step-by-step in this from other highways could get little boys' mom. "First they Monday for a new kitchenfor AppliancesAdmiral Hardware
KILL SPANISH
y order: how to hold, throw or row to someone in trouble in the as nice a view of the commun- had a parakeet; it died. Then the Floral City school. and Kelvinator Everything ia Building
water; how to stay afloat with clothes on:how to swim; and more they had a cat; it got run over. William Mims Knight, Jr. has MOSSFlorida Washers Dryers Material
on lifesaving. ity.That 30th day of May 1962, Their pet turtle escaped his tub been hired as assistant county TV Stereo & Hi-Fi [

was a scorcher!Folks here saidit in a heavy thundershower, and agent to replace Ted Gallo. Pest ControlPhone See us for Complete
The Chronicle is well aware that several programs have and hadn't rained since almost now theirdoggie's been stolen." TEN YEARS AGO Home
Furnishings
still conducted further know-how"life- The Hernando Lions Club will 629-3617
are being to swimming to j long to remember.But black ******* hJlHrs
savings, etc., but we urge each community to take an active part clouds brought cool breezes late A word for the graduates from seek to restore sight to Cheryl Ocala. Florida. Crystal River
in the prevention of drownings and the promotion of water safety. in the afternoon and as we were our 1910 copy of The Chronicle. Henwood 10-months-old daug- Phone 795-2489

leaving Inverness the commun- "There is only one job that is SkinnersFurniture Supp ly Ct.
With the many lakes, rivers and "water hole" areas in Citrus ity welcomed one of its heaviest degrading, and that's loafing.
County, it behooves parents and responsible citizens to accept downpours of the season. It was Some work may not be as plea-
the challenge of seeing that more of our young people know the a real frog-strangler! sant and dignified as others,but
rules and regulations concerning water safety..In this way we can ******* you make your job...don't let it 15 Stores Ga, Ala. lie Fla. CRYSTAL RIVER, PLA.W..dSc .
help prevent needless drownings Our residence in Inverness- make you." BOOTSBOOTS Sandran Floor CmerinBsWoodward
Citrus has been a
County
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memorable one during this
year. We've met many wonderful Incidentally. The Chroniclewas RealtyOn
folks, both young and old. only $1.00 per year back in Engineer-Cowboy-
It's Called Trust'It We've been heartened by the 1910.
progressive enthusiasm of The Munroe&Chambliss Bankof U. S. Route 19 Tmk Co.

many of our citizens,but amazed Ocala also had an advertise- 'F s WellingtonRubberCITRUS CRYSTAL' RIVER
once was that when businessman needed letterheads, enve- at the complacency of so ment in The Chronicle."It'sthe Pumping Servfe & Repairs
first dollar in HOMES LOTS
lopes or statements, he called his local newspaper printing plant many others. deposited our
We've lived bank that puts the first rung ACREAGE
and ordered them. through the deathof .
in the ladder of fortune..." Lintels SiMs
When the bill came he paid it, never questioning the price. one publisher and experienced Buy and Sell -
the Of course there were classified Precast
acquaintanceship of Steps
Why? Because he trusted his fellow merchant as an honest man. another..with somewhat mixed ads. too then referred" to as SHOE CENTER With Confidence Business Pfeoae 726-1 .
had confidence emotions of dur- "Business Locals. One was a DONALD J. McBRliJE
He that the hometown printer was entitled to a responsibility
reasonable profit; but that the printer was neither over-charging ing the months between. singel. line stating! simply" : 104 W. Main Inverness Fla Reg. Real Estate Broker Home Phone 722942Route
him nor giving away merchandise.But We've observed some im- Trade with E.G.May. Others 1 South Inverness
Phone 795-2652
read follows
as :
i provements in the county paper,
all of that has changed.There has been so much price cut- and believe there is room and Choiceof our Postcard stock at

ting in the printing industry by outfits who are not interested In likelihood for much more. But one cent each for ten days.-- .... .. .
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either quality or service-the two main supports of any business we take pride in The Chronicle, Inverness Drug; Co. L ::. /0 . '
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A complete set of blacksmith ; .,. / . .:..
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which hopes to stay around awhile-that even the bookkeeper for knowing that we've certainly ... -c. .
the corner hotdog stand thinks he must "get bids." done our share of making it one tools and other tools for sale at "..;, .
Just as home-owned drug stores must compete with mail order of the best little weeklies in a ler.bargain for cash.--W.H. Mil-

drug suppliers and just as furniture stores must battle discount Florida.
houses so the hometown printer must fret over the victimizingof There have been a number of For sale one pair of good
his friends by tansient printing salesmen.It's improvements in the county mules. T.T. Hay.
an old saying that anyone can sell when price is the only during the past year...the many alcohel You can get: high grade wood I
factor. The fact that the druggist is always there to fill a rush new homes constructed since at the Inverness Drug .
order for a vital medicine in the middle of the night or that the our arrival is amazing. Citrus Co. for only 251 per quart. Order -
furniture dealer is there to carry a complaint about ripping County is on the move, and we a gallon; while this barrel

fabric directly to the sofa manufacturer, or that the printer is hope we'll still be around see lasts.One - '
on hand to fill a rush order, is overlooked by those who cannot how far it goes. dollar alarm clock for
**.***. only fifty cents, at Inverness I
recognize quality--and, therefore, are willing to settle for cheap Drug Co.Here's. IrJkY :
paper and even cheaper printing on it. John Brooks of Floral City
says the periodic social secur- ( a dilly:) $60,000 re-
ward
for Floridian
a who hasnever
The charge that high-handed actions by established businessmen ity releases printed In The heard of --
has brought about the rise of cut-throat competition simplyis Chronicle and other newspapersare PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's .
not true. It s the fast operators,who are interested only in the misleading guaranteed to cure - - -
dollar, wfio have created a general distrust of business ethics, Says Mr. Brooks these arti- malaria and la chills fever colds -'""
and it's time someone said so. cles give the impression that grippe. Guaranteed to :.: -' '.= :: -
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persons now drawing social security pe in three nights. Takes the t 2 Bedrooms Kitchen: with built-in range ana: oven Custom cabinets Ceramic -
Service--including: mutual trust among merchants and between are receiving an increase well aad teak .
place of Calomel. Your tile bath, colored fixtures Lifetime tile roof Water pump Qfty(
merchants and customers--Is not an old-fashioned principle. each month. Far from it.he em- money Park.
roof. be in Lockshire
back if it does not. For sale by 1248 square feet under May seen
Quality-In drugs, furniture or printing-deserves its own reward phasizes these benfits do not W.H. Miller.
: a fair profit. come close to balancing with increased Defies
$8,950.
The Home So Unique It Comparison
If American public schools will empbasizethe teaching of free costs of commoditiesand .***.** .

enterprise economics, and will teach a recognition of the profit- services which elder citizens If any of our readers possess Quality Costs No More At aaa '
motive in business and industrial achievement, perhaps then the : must have.Actually older copies of The Chronicle, Chi Yt. Uthe
place for the fly-by-nightdiscount salesman--who is never around; the "increase" in or have old photographs of
If is needed- will vanish nation's social benefits in Cit- and scenes we will Inverness Construction i Co.
an adjustment .from the busi- security buildings e 736273 Box 236, IJIMI..... Fla.
ness scene. -BYW rus County as published in last appreciate using them as best

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Bushnell To

.. Hold Dedication
To Editor
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; HOMOSASSAMRS.
L Nearby Bushnell will dedicate
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Improve County Seat spoke very enthusiastically, of VINCENT HAVENS Hall at ceremonies to be held
I "Jjl athes there a man with plans to beautify that age" old :IrPl : rxf Homosassa 6th and 7th grade 95 pound tarpon at the motah of Saturday June 1, beginning at
'I' soul so dead who never to him- eyesore "Cooler Pond, mak- children especially enjoyed a the Homosassa River. 8 p.m.
self has said This is my own ing a park and adding an attract- : porch party last Friday night Other guests in the area for United States Senator Spes-
my native land ". ive Welcome sign. guests of Karen Stricklin at the weekend were W.S. Wellsof sard L. Holland will delivertbededicatory
The thoughts and facts of One does not have to live with- Homosassa Inn. Atlanta, Wallace Marstonof address. __ .
beautifying our county espec- in the city limits to feel an interest On Saturday night Mrs.Harry Dunedin Mr.andMrs.Archie
ially our county seat brings in our county seat being Nelson and Mrs. W.S Evans Barber from Sarasota and Mr. for the family re-union.
( the above quotation to my mind.A modern and beautiful.have liv- cA were hostesses at a party for H. Williams and son from Dun- Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Andrews
business man of Inverness. ed in Citrus County since 1904 Intermediate and Junior Sunday ellon. and friends from Tampa were-
and love every acre of it. school children(members of the There was a house full and a welcome guests at the home of
I appreciate the many evidences Baptist Church). The party was yard full at the Story home here Mon and Pop Sanders last week.
Paradise of progress butwould be very held at the Civic Club building this weekend as kith and kin -
happy to see many more evidences where the young folks played from near and far made their ADVERTISE IN
Lawn Service of our dream of a modern games and were served sandwiches annual pilgrimage to_this area THE CHRONICLE
, : city. 4 cookies and fruit punch.
Mrs. R.M. Spires Pastor Stephens and his daughter -
11 /.r. Hernando Linda attended.

I dProfesslonal (Editor's Note: So would many Bill Brewer son of Mr. and 7 P.M.to .
1 others of us. But first there r Mrs. john Brewer is home on
must be an atmosphere of un- leave. '
Navy 12
Lawn Care selfishness and then a spiritof teq 7 ,Y ,.R } 'i Word from Mr. and Mrs.Slim aSing P.M. .
interest and cooperation. It a Knox in Monmouth, ill says his
[I f. would seem that if our county mother remains critically ill in Along
Box 412 Crystal River seat is to improve so must a the hospital there.
Ph. 795-3370 great many of our citizens' Joe and Dewey Bauknight and With Paul Y. GrannM
ideas their families from St. Peters-
r- .-._ . ,. burg were weekend guests of at the Baldwin Organ and Jim Harris our Bartender.Hinson's .
( __' -,.- relatives here.
daI ; .-:.,<...-.-:; --,,-- -,., - Al and Dot Hayward have
Sped ttALONE .wItliir gone
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II KNOWN BY MANY NAMES over the past 80 years this memory-stocked old structure on the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wurtz of
WITH GOD Homosassa River is feeling the blows of progress sadly enough for many oldtimers. A modern Eustis spent Sunday andMondaywith
restaurant is reported to be destined for the grounds. --photo by Tannehill her sister Mrs.Earl Wel- .


Laymen's Retreats at t Saint Leo AbbeySaint Many Years At River's Bend ty.Mr.entertained. and Mrs.Mrs.Sam T. Oberg Samples of Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge

Leo Pasco County Florida Tampa Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Lester B.Hart- Homosassa Springs
MEN OF ALL FAITHS INVITED Old Homosassa Structure man from Jacksonville spent

Contact: Al Rosier Floral' City (Ph. 726-2903)) the weekend here and caught a

John Mauro Inverness (Ph. 726-2926))

Pete Weis, Crystal River (Ph. 795-3155)) Comes Down For ProgressBy > .
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MRS.VINCENT HAVENS line was born in April and Flora the same site,according to a recent CENtRAI -, 'i:
Homosassa--One of Homosas- Williams came along in May. press statement.A oONA : : :
sa's colorful and historic old The Williams family moved into part of the lumber from the C "' I
dwellings is at long last over- the Jenkins house and after a old building is going into the !
John come by "progress." few years moved to Miami. construction of a church. Men-
, I The Litchfield Lodge originally When Mr. Williams died his tion of the disposal of the bath-
known as the "Jenkins wife and the three children returned tubs brought reminiscence froma DO2EIS'eea6U
place", was built around 80 to Homosassa and ran the lifelong resident of Homosassa -
D. years ago. Since that time it has hotel house until around 1953. :
been known by many names.At Mrs. Williams sold out and "We. Maggie Harman Doris
various times it has been moved to Umatilla to live with Geroch and Leona Loennecker Let our years of experience and dependability combinedwith
called "Whitehall", "The her daughter Mrs. Flora In- used to play with Marie Wil-
I : law Palms", Crescent Lodge" and gram. Jay is now dead and Marieis liams. On hot days Mrs. Williams fast and efficient service help your present and future -

II the Litchfield Lodge." Mrs. Hub Hinson of St. Pet- let us fill the tub in the needs in QUALITY ROAD BUILDING, ASPHALT
First built by a Mr.Jenkinsa -- ersburg.The upstairs bathroom andwe'd playas
r well-to-do plantation own- Hinsons now operate The long as we wanted to. Whenwe PAVING, CLEARING & EXCAVATING. A fleet I of 50
Tahitian on Treasure Island St. got tired of playing in the big
er--as a single story residence machines available.
I r LP. Gas & Appliance ueaiei it was later raised so that the Petersburg Beach. bathtub we always mopped up
first story became the second THE NEXT OWNERS were Mr. and left the room as nice and
and a new first floor built be and Mrs. Frank BrunerandMr. neat as before we started our CENTRAL FLORIDA CONTRACTING CORPU.S.
Serving !Inverness neath. It has been remodeledover and Mrs. EdLoll. "ThePalms"became fun."
II and over again. "The Crescent"during Mrs. Williams must have beena 41 South Inverness Tel. 726-2267
The Williams who their three-year ownership wonderful woman. Can't you
: Crystal River and Homosassa Area ed the house for family many years own- (1953-1956). probably becausethe just see four little girls splash- T. Val Infantino Donald Kabrich Buddy Murphy
I first lived in the old "Weaver lodge sat on a crescent shaped ing and jumping running and Gen. Manager Sales Manager Prod. Manager
: house' and Mr. Williams ran a bend in the river at that sliding on the wet floor!
in rented from point.
store a building
CALL USBrooksvilLePhone the Williard family before mov- These two couples from Ohio
ing to the Jenkins place. were extremely delighted by the
., MR. ANDMRS.WILLIAMS had atmosphere of the beautiful Ho- ; ACT FAST WHILE THEY LAST!

i' three children Marie Jay and mosassa River area. Frank and -
; ,. 196-2341. Flora. The latter was born while Betty Bruner operated lodge
the family lived in the Weaver and the Lolls came down as often ,
house next door to Mr. and as they could.In .
Mrs. Henry Loennecker. 1956.however the place was FORD DEALERFASTACTION
i Both mothers expecting about purchased by two Air Force men
iR the same time had engaged the stationed at the time in Tampa
R services of the same mid-wife Maj. A.I<. Gollnik and Col. J.
I a large mulatto "granny". Lit- Beavers. Neither cared for the
tle George Loennecker heard name "Crescent", and after
them speaking of herasa "light throwing a few names in the
mulatto", and he corrected the hat, drew out "Litchfield. So
ladies by informing them that "Litchfield Lodge" it was until
Johnson Tire City she was not "light", but sold recently to Norris Cattle
;: "heavy". Co. The most recent residents
Anyway George's sister Eva- there were the Ran Randalls and
the Ron Schillings who
rented
ii 915-1007 N. Magnolia Ave. Ocala I the property after selling their

Riverside Lodge. SPECIALS
THE BIBLE. THE OLD STRUCTURE now :
in the final stages of demoli- -
We are franchised for the following lines.We service
tion, will be making for
what we sell and we are proud of what we sell. SPEAKS ITO way a "
) new restaurant to be erected on .


(; GATES YAZOO WHEEL TIRES POWER HORSE(AREA TRACTORS MOWERS DISTRIBUTOR) j| YOU U I.U.UmUmm..lllHmll ",. S #i:


GALE OUTBOARD MOTORS Homosassa
MONO CHAIN SAWS Sunday--9:15 a.m.
CLINTON MOTORS
WDBO-580 kc Springs '
i
We give Liberal Trade-Ins and Credit to Approved
Credit. This week's program Christian Science NONA RUNION .l.t l-

Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Eilandwithhis
"TURNING TROUBLES INTO sister Mrs. Alma Schatz of/

OPPORTUNITIES" Thomasville Ga. visited their \ FALCON 2-DOOR SEDAN
sister Mrs. Alice Crum in .

Brooksville over the weekend. SAVE!
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bron- GET OUR FAST ACTION PECIAL

'--.c 4 : IJI.-a- son of Inverness were guests at ON THIS NEW COMPACT FALCON!
., the L.C. Runion home Saturday
.
evening.Mr. (Manufacturer's suggested retail prtce for
o and Mrs. Victor Hanson 90 Falcon DOa Sedan includes heater
*s $ ......
s \ have returned from their visit If- 2 0\ 14' charges defroster, whrtewall. tires C.state"" altd
with their son in Georgia and 'local'taies,Mangy. b..w.t.
M with relatives in Ohio.
t Claud Deen and brother and OUR SALES HAVE BEEN SIZZLING ALL SPRING( AND WE
THE BUNGALOW TEA ROOMOn of
sister Alma Ga.were guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Aycock --" AIM TO KEEP UP THE ACTION RIGHT INTO SUMMER!
over the weekend.
Mrs.Paula Mattox was in Key., EVERY CAR IN STOCK PRICED FOR FAST ACTION! HURRY
West over the weekend where
Route 41
... she met her husband. AND SAVE ON AMERICA'S TOTAL PERFORMANCE CHAMPSi
Holder Florida Davis Walsh and family of St.
Petersburg visited his parentsMr.
and Mrs. Walsh
over
Ben
the weekend. His mother returned 1I.I- : . SAVE! GET OUR FAST ACTION) SPECIALON

Our Specialties . .. horn with him to spenda
__
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few days. THIS HUSKY FORD PICKUP!

Guests of Mr. and Mrs.James ....
{Factory vt"< < **' ,* * *
.,.. William Katricz, FINEST SEAFOODS Harmon on Sunday were her 74 FH f ftX to0t .,...... ... _
mother Mrs. Wood of Tampa. ? AS $19 7 8 Sill. turn steMteca .. .. ... .....
Proprietor her sister. Mrs.SallieTanzato.also LOW ...... It.," .... dIeI9M H4 ..... H4AS
."t'z; of Tampa her niece and F-100 PtCKYP **.*...H.*,._e*.a.)
CHOICE STEAKS
husband Mr. and Mrs. James
I Strickland of Chassohowitzka.Other .
guests rereMr.and Mrs. ,
r i Noon Luncheon and Charles Davis and children of ,
SAVE! GET OUR FAST ACTNN SPECIALON
r Tarpon Springs.Mr. _______
fi Evening Meals. and Mrs. Harold Luke 5- -S
__ : THIS NEW SUPER TOMtfE FMi!
Featuring Sunday were in Lehigh Acres visitingher I L!:
1 sister, Mrs. Pierre Willet. i- (... ....,....,,........
Family Dinners -. [i $ 9Q t-OMr ,... ....... ......,III.......,.
248 6 .*.,?a.Mr**. 0...... ........ ...
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LOW. ..........
gIrt Beginning Saturday June 1 and continuing The man who quits complaining GALAXIE 2-DOOR SEDAN AS ,
wife's
about his
.
i 40 :!Sa for one week you can buy two cooking proves that she's
.
"."$ of our regular meals and get a third learned better-or he hay"-
Chick Ford Inc.
FREE. Kenny Bennett, Greencastle Chitty
one absolutely Ind.) Putnam CountyGraphic. ,

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i.. 1 .. ., ,4-B The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE May 30, 1963
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I :ji i I Floral' :City Summer School Classes Set Summer_Reading.!!. ProgramSmokey aA _, Program Set At Crystal River


I FLORAL CliY-Albert D. or arts and crafts; and from Bear ClubThe CRYSTAL RIVERMrs.Leona high science; 1 to 2, fifth and
Murden, principal of Floral City 11:10 to noon, reading.Mr. Pape will conduct a reading sixth grade math; 2 to 3. fifth
School, announces the summery Murden states that 23 students development program for and sixth grade science. Pupils:
program, which will get under are tentatively enrolledfor Central Florida Regional books he reads'throughout the elementary children beginning may register by contacting the
way June 10 and continue until. the summer course. Library vacation reading pro- summer. June 17 and lasting four weeks. high scho 1 office.
July 5. gram begins Monday and contin- All club members are Smokey This program is designed to reinforce C.B.Branch will teach summer
Subjects to be taken in the sum- ues through Aug. 24, reports Bear's Junior Forest Rangers. the reading skills.Parents school for the senior high'in the
mer course include reading They Have A GirlLt. Miss Helen M. Clark director.All Those who read at least ten library may register their childrenby areas of English and social studies -
English math, arts and crafts students Citrus Countyare books on their reading calling the high school office. beginning June 17. English
dramatics, and recreation.The . and Mrs. Jimmy Young urged to register at their levels will receive a certificatein M.R. McCollough will have a classes will be from 8 until
summer program to con- formerly of Inverness are the local public libraries or on the school next fall. i. SP four week enrichment class in 11:30 each morning and social)
cern all grade levels from the proud parents of a daughter.No .bookmobile.. Staff members of each libraryand the areas of mathematics and studies from 12 until 3:30 in the
first through the eighth will birth date or name for the little the bookmobile will assist science beginning June 17.This afternoons.
have the following tentative girl was listed. Lt. Young is-a Smokey Says: the students in selecting books class is designed mainly for
daily schedule: 8:30 to 9:30. nephew of Mrs. Rema Y. Dean. / that will interest them. Club --- children in the upper elementary -
reading; 9:30 to 9:50 math or He is a graduate of the Univer- members are encourage to read, and junior high. The sche- There are more than 1200 different -
English; 9:50 to 10:40. recrea- sity of Florida and is stationedat a variety of books during the dule will be: 8:30 to 10. junior species of fish caught in
tion; 10:40 to 11:10_dramatics San Antonio Texas. summer to increase their plea- 4 '. high math; 10 to 11:30 junior Florida waters.WE'VE .

1 their sure and reading knowledge skills. along with 1t. 1\:

When You Think of ATREESPIMSWhbl BEN HAYWARD

Classes For Summer

INSURANCE rl Students Of The Month GOTWe In
1 Specialize
Ffl the lend ttl Band School ListedPaul
Think ofJOHN YOU
through fit 5er
%+h bauh lt STUDENTS OF THE MONTH for May at Citrus High are junior Custom Tailoring ,
Steuart director of musicat high student Debbie Castel and senior high student Ben Hayward. REDI
RQSCOWOn Citrus High and Inverness Debbie; 13. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ebbert Castel of COVE Boat Upholstery
Elementary schools, has released Inverness. She was born in Brooksville on Sept. 28, 1949. Her Top Covers
his tentative schedule for favorite sport is football and her hobby is swimming. Debbie is .
tt the Square" Phone 726-2220 ; : & summer. classes.Mr. secretary of the junior Library Club member of the Pep Club J::. Cushions
'
Steuart announces that the
63 dancerette and a junior cheerleader for 1964. Her future r" AccessoriesSWEDE'S
r F--
. PREVENT foa intermediate elementary band plans are to become a hospital technician. Ben hopes to becomean
will have classes from 8 to 9 electrical technician. The
19-year-old senior is the son of
.. a as lovely as a tree!
poem
each while the ad-
morning Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Hayward of Gospel Island. He was born Jan. '
,eyi This year we are having the vanced elementary band will 10, 1944 in Steubenville, Ohio. Ben's favorite sport is football
Smokey Bear Vacation Reading meet from 9 until 10 o'clock. and his hobby is working on his little blue car. Active in school
Club reminds Miss Clark. All The beginning high school band affairs he is president of the student council, chairman of the
i children are encouraged to join members will have classes homecoming queen committee chairman of the Big Blow,sports UPHOLSTERING
i early. Smokey will be at the from 10 until 11 o'clock and the editor of the "Whirlwind", and. a member of the Citro staff. 404 N. Main Street
N local libraries to welcome all advanced high school band
Self-service children. His schedule: members will meet from 11 un- Ocala, Fla. Ph. 629-1270
I/ Thursday June 6: from 1 until til 12 o'clock. Summer Bookmobile ScheduleThe
2 o'clock Inverness Public These summer band classes

i'/ / Library; from 2:30 until 3:30 will begin on Monday June 17. summer schedule for the 2:30-3:30( Hernando Public
/ acts as Crystal River Public Library. bookmobile includes as few LibraryAll
: Friday June 7: from 11 to Altenberger Attends changes as possible. The book- day at Inverness June 24,
12. Hernando Civic Club Li- Fort Bliss School mobile will not run on Satur- July 22 and August 19.
ill 'mother's. Itk' brary; from 2until3Homosas- days. Neither will it run Aug- TUESDAY 12L1Y.u1fLa drABE1
: Army Pvt. Thomas Alten-
sa Public Library. J.
ust 23 through Sept. 8, allowingits June 11 and 25; July 9 and 23;
22 from until berger son of Mr. and Mrs.
Saturday June :
operator, B.T. Ward a vaca August 6 and 20.
2, Floral City Library. George J. Altenberger. Her- tion. Following is the summer 1:302:30 Precinct 11,
helper'o June 10-21.onthe bookmobile. nando is attending a fire distribution schedule. South Dunnellon
y When children register they systems electronics TUESDAY WEDNESDAYJune

will receive a yellow and brown course at The Air Defense Cen June 4 and 18; July 2, 16 and 30; 12 and 26; July 10 and 24;
too Smokey Bear button the con- ter. Fort Bliss Texas. August 13. August 7 and 21.
y" servation pledge a bookmarkand The 11-week course is sche-
10:00-11:00 Crystal River Pub-
duled to end 21. 9:3 -I0OO Lecanto
June
1 a Smokey Bear Read and lic
Library
11:00-11:30 (June
Color Book. Each member will Altenberger entered the Army Chassahowitzka 12 10
July August
1:00-2:00 Homosassa
keep his own reading record in last January and received basic Springs
1 2:30-3:30 Hills 7))
which he will list the library training at Fort Jackson S.C. WEDNESDAYJune Beverly 11:00-12:00 Community Center

5 and 19; July 3. 17and31; Crystal River Sales and Service for
i August 14. 1:002:00 Homosassa Pub- c
10:00-11:00 Booker T.Washington. lic Library (June
TREES and SHRUBBERYin 12, July 10, August
Our coin-operated machines take then 11:30-12:00 South on U.S.School 41 7)) \ Heavy Duty Yazoo Taro

containers can be set out now. We deliver setout near line THURSDAY
work out of wash-day. There's more county
and guarantee (small extra charge). All var- 2:30-3:00 Eden Gardens June 13 and 27; Jul7 11 and 25;
: k time to relax or tend to other chores. ieties citrus\trees silver maple, palms (don't FRIDAY August 8 and 22. Mono Island RMtr"We
j freeze ). Elms (worlds fastest shade), Mimosa. June 7 and 21; July 5 and 19; 9:00930 Holder
Cost is little; savings are big! Thousands of others. Plants flowers and shrubs. August 2 and 16. FRIDAY Service What We Sell"
i 10:00-10:30 Citronelle June 14; July 12, August 9.
Save on dry cleaning 11:00-12:00 Inglis 10:00-11:00 Floral City Public ARCHER'S MARINEHwy

KOIN KLEEN'Laundry-Dry Cleaning] MONDAY Library
Landscape NurseryBoth
June 10; July 8; August 5 Afternoon in Inver 41 N Inverness
Main Street Inverness ness.
Next to iffy Stor., locations;> Lincoln! Park and Sportsmans Park. June 28;July 26 All day in Inver-
it.>j> w i Mr. Lattin In Charge ness.

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1& *E=m1@liM mmm1l1B Dit&&::.: '''' ''" : .w..w.-. : :: : :::::: : .. Of Academic CoursesEdwin
It1n ::. : . ,:....... .. .. _.. FOR PULPWOOD

Lattin. faculty memberat
Citrus High School will be in 0
PRODUCTION
FRED MALEVER'SUE'atY : charge of the Academic Summer N N
School to be held at the local
institution beginning Monday
June 17. Registration will beo.n
6,from 9:30 I
: Thursday. June until
11 o'clock, in room II.
Some of the summer instruction /
: will include English classesfor 1

-,/J'1fl. &,8fwefu : grades seven through twelve. I
J:? Social studies will include
Since 1905
IT ; seventh grade geography eighth I
; grade history, civics world '
history world geography Am-
erican history and Problems of -

: Democracy. d ::


.LY tter to Edifcir gear drive
only 20 pounds less bar
Thanks Chronicle and chain
Dear Sirs: fells trees up to 4 feet in

May we take this means to thank diameter
fast and rugged professional's -
you and members of your staff
:. for your co-operation in helpingour saw
.. Volunteer Fire Departmentget available with straight
.-- -- off to a good start.It blades 14" to 28" SEE FIRST FEDERAL FIRST!

is a known fact that no or- also 16" plunge-cut bow,
ganization can succeed without clearing bar and brush
+ : the publicity of the press and cutter See us for the Home Buying Loan that will put you in
BUY NOW-THURSDAY FRIDAY The Chronicle has certainly citrus pruning a home of your own ... a Home Loan you can afford.
shown interest in these channels See the new full line of
toward our organization.We are Homelite chain saws. Ask We'll set you up with a Home Loan that will be jtMt
deeply appreciative.To for a free demonstration. right for your needs ... one with monthly payment
SATURDAY all members of the press in Sale-Service-Rental tailored to fit your budget. And we can do k rapidly
Citrus County and serving the for red tape is kept to a minimum here. Stop in this
county for their respective H. A. BUSBEE CO. week and we'll take care of your Loan request
newspapers we extend our sin- promptly.
cere appreciation.Chief 1014 N. Magnolia:!: Ocala
30th 31st June ?1st
May May
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HD Council HoldsAchievement PBOOOfftPIWJIIUIIUUMlUUIJlUtUlKh UWUUWPgWWWWVvvvvwvvvvvvvvvwvvvUWIIlUINWWWVW... Mrs. Eck Takes Over Gardeners .


1 Mrs. Gladys ConcidineFuneral [Crystal RiverRamblings < -. Mrs. E.F. Allmon and Mrs. son Jordan,secretary;and Mr-
DayBy J.W. Swain were hostesses May Fred Dortzbachtreasurer.
services were con- 27 at a seated buffet dinner for Past president's pins were
ducted Tuesday in DeKalb, 111. the last meeting of the Inverness presented to Mrs. George Sco-
for Mrs. Gladys Ava Concidine NONA RUNIONLECANTOAchievement singing assisted by Mrs. Etta .
Garden Club, in Mrs. Allmons field and Mrs. George Schultz
who passed away suddenly Sat- Day Carr at the piano. Mrs. Ruth
home on Gospel Island. Plans were made for the -
summer
was held at the Lecanto school
Ward was in of the
urday morning in Ocala. Mrs. Charge fash-
Concidine 68, was a native of last Thursday by the Ladies ion show,which was well modeled Mrs. Paul Hahn will return Vacation Bible School at the Installation of the 1963-64 officers and committees were ap-
Mrs. Schukz .
DeKalb and made her residence Home Demonstration Clubs of by the ladies from all parti- home this weekend from a visitto Baptist Church will get underway by George pointed by Mrs. Eck.SUBSCRIBE

there and in Floral City. the county. Six clubs participating cipating clubs. her daughter in California. on Saturday morning, June was club most will impressive.be Mrs.Headingthe
in the program were Crystal Manuel Johnson of Tarpon I, at 10 o'clockhen the Pre i George
She is survived by two daughters Roll call of each club was an- Eck TO
Mrs. Carrie Ferrill and River Pleasant Grove,Hernan- swered by club secretaries,who Springs was the guest last week, paration Day will be held at the president; Mrs. Marie Nel- THF CHRONICLE
Mann Mrs.
Mrs. Sylva Zellner. both of do, Floral City, Inverness and elaborated on achievements attained of his nephew and wife, :Mr.and church. All children who anticipate ; vice president;

Floral City; two sons, Eugeneand Lecanto. The ladies brought a during the year. Mrs. Eugene W. Cooper.Mr. attending the school are
Donald Concidine, also of covered dish for the luncheon. and Mrs. Ed Addis, of asked to come to the church and

Floral City: two brothers Har- The stage was decorated with Detroit, are spending two weeksat register, following which they YOU AIE tORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTIHO
ry and Eugene Mosher, both of fresh flowers- and lawn furniture their apartment on Paradise will parade through town. A .
DeKalb; two sisters Mrs.Wylda by the Lecanto club. Windows Point. large faculty will be in chargeof CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES

Lothson of DeKalb and Mrs. were decorated with mushroom 1r Mr. and Mrs. Hughlen Thornton the school, which begins on
Mildred Snyder of Reading Pa.; flowers and driftwood, and the have returned to their homein Monday morning, June 3rd at SUNDAY LESSON-SERMON SUBJECT
and six grandchildren.The tables with decorated trays and the Village of Picardy where 8:30 clock. y' "AncientandModernNecromancy, alias Mesmerismand
remains were taken tot wall plaques. r they will spend about ten days. Rev. Thomas Price, pastor of ...... Hypnotism Denounced"
Kalb where funeral and burial Mrs. Frances Rooks, county Mr. and Mrs. Otto J. Pippin the First Methodist Church of MISS DORIS PELL7)MU
services were conducted. Por- council president, called the spent last weekend in Babson Crystal River, will attend the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
ter Funeral Home of Inverness meeting to order and Mrs.Vada Park where they attended the annual Florida Conference at Petl 7*
was in charge of local arrange- Yeoman led the group in pledg- graduation of their daughter Lakeland which will l be held June Comer Oscaola at Emory St. IflV..SS l FISI4. ...
I ,!ments.: ing allegiance to the flag. Mrs. Jayne from Webber College. 4-8. Lester Wright will be the SUNDAY SERVICE lltM A.M.
Edith Hurst conducted group1Wlulluulnlunnnrnnuuuluaunlnunnluuunllumnmlunnumumm Mrs. Bill Griffith has left for lay delegate of the church ac- Wed Sunday SUNDAY SCHOOL 9i3t A.M.
Y Buckhannon where daughter Susan companying Rev. Price.
) uuuuuuunaununnnnlll. !!I attends West Virginia Wesleyan This is an annual conferenceat FLORAL CITY--Mr.and Mrs. TESTIMONIAL MEETING 7:31 ,.M.
: College. Susan will accompany which appointments are made Marvin Pell of Floral City wish 2nd and 4th W...,...y*

her mother on the return .and plans for the coming year to announce the engagement: of READING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC Fri. 2-4,
I trip and will spend several are recommended for the business their daughter. Miss Doris E. also before and after the Wednesday .nteettaf-.

BUILDERS AND CLEANING 1 MRS.LUCILLE SCHULTZ weeks at their home in the Vil- of the Methodist Churches Pell, to Mr. Leo H. HamptonJr. LocationSunday School room.
O lage of Picardy. throughout the state. ., son of Mr. and Mrs.Leo H.
...Council's new president... "THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU"WFLA
Mrs. Mariana Hopkins is in Miss Gladys Chesser will be Hampton of Bushnell.
I' SERVICE |i. New officers were installed by Barnesville, Ga. where her son in charge of the Vacation Bible Miss Pell is a senior at Citrus -Radio 970 Suaday-felS A.M.

.. Mrs. Ruby Wagner. They are: Bill is a cadet at Gordon Mili- School at the First Methodist High School and will graduate WDBO-Racfio 580 Sue day.9:15 A.M.
I Mrs. LucilleSchultz,president; tary College. Bill and school- Church. The date for this school May 31. Mr. Hampton isassoc-
= Mrs. B.B. Brown, first vice mate Roger Newton will returnto will be June 10-15 inc. iated with his father.
I New Homes Cleaned j president; Mrs. Turner Jones, Crystal River with Mrs. The Vacation Bible School at The wedding is planned for

For Delivery -- | second vice president; Mrs. Hopkins.Mr. the Presbyterian Church will be Sunday, June 2, 1963 in the
Edith Hurst, secretary; Mrs. and Mrs. Paul Peters, of held later in the summer. Assembly of God Church on SPine 1963 RAMBLERCLASSIC I
a- == M a b 1 e Norgaard, treasurer; Magnolia Shores, are expecting Mrs. Thomas E. Brass and Street, Inverness. The
Windows Washed | Mrs. Etta Carr, council dele their daughters, Mona and Lisa her sisterMiss Laura Zimmerman Rev. Mr. Powell will performthe
i gate; and Mrs. Ethel Corrigan, home early next week. They have returned from a trip ceremony.All "550"
3=E =-5 4-H loan chairman.Mrs. will spend the summer in Cry- through Alabama, Mississippiand friends and relatives ot the

Ii Floors Cleaned and Washedg | Schultz, the new presi- stal River. Mona is a student Louisiana. They were prospective bride and groomare 4 DOOR
dent, g a v e her acceptance Stetson University in Deland guests of Mrs. Brass' son and cordially invited.

3 speech and the meeting was and Lisa attends Barry Collegein daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Model Plane Buffs

Rooms Painted at Lowest Prices closed with group singing.A Miami Shores.Mr. Warren F. Harrer in Jackson, FULL SIZE
= X. = poem written and read by .and Mrs.Bernard Knowles Miss. for a week. To Meet SundayThe

== Mrs. Marie Youells, secretaryof spent a few days here at their Mrs. Ralph Castle, newly installed Ocala Model Airplane Club FAMILY SEDAN

E the Lecanto club, concerned home. Sunday they motored to president of theWomansClub announces a special guest meet-
achievements of the ladies dur- their ranch at Odessa to spend entertained the executive ing to be held Sunday, June 2.
I BEVERLY HOME MAINTENANCE 1 ing the past year, and is"as fol- the day and will return to their board of the club at her homein Interested model plane buffs

= = lows: home in Stockbridge, Ga. to- Southern Highlands on Mon- are invited to attend this meet-
Our AchievementsSince morrow. day evening, May 20th. Twelve ing which will be held at the $1995
Stephen F..c row!ley ,'i last Achievement Day we Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Castle of the newly appointed chairmanand Doll Home Restaurant at the old

hone 795-3110 found, There's plenty to do hereand left Sunday for Gainesville, going officers were presentfor airport on Route 200, 1/2 mile
I 'i'\. around. .to the home of Mrs. Cast- the business meeting. south of Ocala beginning at
= Aln J une a work day on the "Sun- le's niece, Mrs. Leland Hiatt 2 p.m.AL1eddez&eos.
nuuinmnnmmuiniuiinuuiiiuuHnuniiiuiiiiiiutiHiiuiiiniiiuiiin I III Uwww iuuniiiiuiiiiiiniiiiiiiiuuiiiiiH,1 bxS t Shine", And on aluminum Monday the two women drove to '
we' 'rew a line. Burlington, N.C.where they will- 195 DOWN 61.25 PER

ti e4'tsedour "Cotton Pickin' visit Mrs. Castle's son-in-law: MONTH

dress -opds so,Many an item we and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
had tx now. Roger Morris. 2 YEAR-24,000 MILE WARRANTY

SUMTER COUNTY Christ.**s decorations came to ....... .... --Inc.-
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1 Business Established 1865 Means 97 Years Of ---
and ga x. SAWAYAAUTOMOTIVE --
aprons *
We helped in'. |fair boothwasn't : Experience. Member New York Stock Exchange and
FARMERS MARKET INC. ,
I. BEVERLY other Leading Domestic and Canadian Exchanges.ONE .
( it great?), Our mem- WALL STREET. NEW YORK 5
bers enjoyed it, early and late. .
Located On State Hwy. 471 January found us taking test, HILLS PLYMOUTH-VALIANT A

On safety driving.we weren'tthe k S' Stocks Bonds Mutual Funds RAMBLERS

Webster, Florida best! By EVELYN CULTICE I OCALA BRANCH
E. JEFFERSON ST.
Judge Scofield came to talk one Phone 622-7294
Elmer Eichhorn, carpenter t collect
day We had some questions and PHONE 622-4133
lots to say.Monthly. contractor: ,;was.;injured several l.L 401 E. Silver Springs Blvd. Ocala Fla.Highway.
days ago when the trusses turn-
we talk of a
meeting ed causing him to Pawl and
place new Enthusiasm flies .
break his wrist.
4 high, it's true!
Mrs. Andy Miller was assigned -
An American flag we honor
the duty of acquiring: signatures -
each day God bless our country,
on a petition for reroutingthe
at work or play. --
We learned labels,value and Rural Star Delivery route
which was set by the U.s.
up
worth, The data
given is down to 19
earth. Postal authorities approximately -
four months Andy is
Our Spring Festival booth was ago.

H' and grand visited, we thought: stopped; People and bought.came happy from his to company have vacation and to be time able ::1 1 mile north of

We're sending to camp again to home spend in Beverly some time Hills.in their new ;

this year, Two 4-H'erswholive
Stephen Crowley was.nomin-
quite near.
Cotton Pickiri" rolled around ated by the Holy Name SocityofOur Crystal River

For sale Home Grown Central Florida & imported again, We bought material,went Lady of Fatima Church as
i Vegetables Fruit Nursery Stock and a consider- home and then, treasurer for 1963-64.
able variety of home made products. We're helping the girlto campto Mrs. B. Hoffman is due to arrive
for a three week visit at
go..Towels, suits, materialto
the home of her sister! Mr.and
Vegetable Market sew. r
every Tuesday Mrs. Eddy Brittan.
Accessories of and
purses hat
6 A.M.Itill about 12 Noon We learned could go with this Harold Rinde on his fishing
trip Wednesday in the Gulf at
and that.
Yankeetown hit the He '
jackpot. atJi.
-
Stain removals,we had in May,
was stuck in the mud at low tide,
Live stock Auction in the afternoon Just in time for summer play.We've .
horned'by a bullhead catfish and
decorated the
; here, you see, Our demonstration stage- pinched by a stray crab. 1

Hog Sale ... 12:30 P.M. mushroom flowers will be.We've Ike Hackmack has built, general picnic superintendent area-
enjoyed our
meetingsand
with colorful tables and barbeque
I .":*. y ':Q. what we have learned, Howto -
Cattle Sale ... 1 P.M. *.r<< /' a earned.spend wisely the money we've pits. -


We're glad Mrs. Baxter is

Lamar Hall Auctioneer here, you see,Our leader another Auxiliary To Meet ; .'
year to be.

Thanks for listening to this FLORAL CITY--The auxiliaryto
Producers and Individuals welcome where See
you may
rhyme of mine, Lecanto club the volunteerfiredepanment
buy as much or as little as your needs indicate.
wishes you a fine time. announce their next meeting

Attention Housewifes If haven't Monday night at 6 o'clock inthe
: you seen this marketin Cruising through Florida's
operation you've missed a real treat. Everglades wilderness by boatis fire hall in cooperation with the

exploring America's last firemen in their training pro '
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t frontier. gram.The auxiliary wishes to conveyits ; ,,, R. 0 JONES) : : .

thanks to the riders,conces- .
sion attendants and to the publicin

I MtJJuJ Caittoi Brand Paint donkey helping ball to game make a last success.week's



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I Cappola! & Ware To Direct Recreation x Deeds RecordedMay Exploring- Fairy- Land Smmw Tire SIHERNANDO

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--Thenie ot the nature walks and weekly pic-
I CRYSTAL RIVER--Lou Cap and adult Softball.A f 15 thru May 22. 1963 Garland ti. Potterfield to KarlD. Hernaado School) summer pro- nics. Refreshments will be
f pola and Al Ware ,coaches at complete schedule is avail- Thomas V. & Frances Infan- Welling; Tract 8,_Block F. gram is "Exploring the World of served daily. Wednesday morning -
J Crystal River High School will able from the school orthetwo tino to John &. Rose Wat sick; Mayfair Garden Acres. Fairy Land." Traditional and trips will be taken to the
J direct,the summer recreational _coaches. Lots 1 & 2, Block A, Inverness Earle &. Mary G. Sloan to original stories will be present- Hernando Civic Library.Mrs. .
here this 1tt Shores. Macasphalt Corp.;Lands inSect the
program ,again sum- R acted by pupils. Theatre scenery Balasch says programwill
Personal, V.L. S: Virginia Bonus &.Anna 29-19-17. costumes and characterizations ; include activities, stories
mer.The program to get under M. Bonus to Norris Cattle Co.: William J. &. Sarah Pauline will be done by groups. and games that will interest and
way on June 17. will include M/Sgt. and Mrs. A.J. Sza- Land in Sect. 28-20-18. Grogan to John W.(Jr.)&'Gwen Conducting the summer pro- appeal to children from gradesone
Little League baseball swimming franski from Quantico. Va. are W.L. & Lottie A. HartConnellto dolyn J. Hart; Lands in Sect. gram will be Mrs. Kathleen through six.
} instruction for beginners here for a two weeks visit with Town of Crystal River; Landin : 24-18-17. Balasch. science teacher at Citrus -
; playground activities bowling Mrs. bafranski's parents, Mr. Sect 24-18-17. John J. & Graae K. Schick to High School.
high school social activities. and Mrs. O.D. Anderson. Paul R. & Nina T. Burklow to Stanley C. & Pauline A. Mar- Citations for attendance and ATTENTIONBUDGET
D.A. & Mildred L. Evans; Landin ciniak; Lot 81, Unit 2, Lecanto participation and certificatesfor MINDED FOLKS
r
1iw Sect 221817.St. Acres.
reading will be presented at FOR CLEAN tasty snacks.
r Martins Estuary Retreats, Willie James &. Shirley Ann the "Fairy Land Pageant" on lunches and dinners. Priced
i F Inc. to Gorden & Bertha Mae Booth to Julian &. Marion Frost the last day.Recreationwill. right. Try the HICKORY
x. 1C Y Sanders; Lots 24, 25&26.BlockA Kelly; Lands in Sect 33-18-20. include games, KING RESTAURANT.
t Unit 2, St. Martins Estuary Citrus County Land Bureau Inc You'll like it

DISCUSSING AND PLANNING Laymen's Retreats which are to be Retreats. to Frank D.&Virginia Bongiorno Barbecue&Sea Food
and left Harold &. Audra Luke to Ver- ; Lots 44 to 47 both inc.,Block
held atSt. Leo Abbey in June July are, to right: Tom Hejl PERSONALMrs. Specials
a et"e St. Ignacios Church TarponSprings; Bill Weiskopf,area directorof on L &. Nellie Gibson; Lots 10. 113 Unit 3, Inv. Highlands.
I 11. 12 & 13, Block 28, Unit 1, Citrus County Land Bureau Inc
of and Al
Our Lady Queen Peace New Port. Richey: Rosier Rema Dean entertained HrCktry KillRistalr.t
of Homosassa. to Beatrice B. Putnam; Lots 26
Floral City.Summer Charles and and
Dean Leslie
River-Lakes Manor Inc. to to 33 both incl Block 103, Unit Jr.
Victor H. & Kathleen L. Mark- 3, Inverness Highlands. L.P. Jones and their families
e Art Classes For Children ley; Lot 9, Block 3, Unit 3, Citrus County Land Bureau Inc Sunday to a birthday dinner .
honoring all three. Other relatives 19 River, Fla.
River-Lakes Manor. to Edna M. Chapman and/or Hwy Crystal
t AIR CONDITION YOUR F.J. &. Elsie C. Fore to E.W. Sharyn R. Rogers; Lots 123 to and friends were present.

And Adults Planned In HernandoChildren & Velma Bennett:All that part of 130 Block 67, Unit Inverness
Lot 143, River Bend Unit 5,that Highlands.
lies outside of the highwaterline Citrus County Land Bureau Inc .
and adults alike will dios in Gainesville and Ocala of the backwater of the Dunnel- to peter & Grace M. Zicko; '. "
WHOLE HOUSE have the privilege of taking art and who is a teacher of art at lon Hydro Plant Pond Area. Lots 26 to 31 both incl., Block
r classes under the supervision ofa Central Florida JuniorCollege.Mr. E.W. &. Velma Bennett to 10, Unit 1, Inv. Highlands.
skilled artist this summer. Swords graduated with a Clark C. &. Alice Hubbs; The Citrus County Land Bureau Inc
And these classes will be held in degree in fine arts from the Westerly one half of all that part to _Robert & Clara E. Tanner
1 through your present f furnace Hernando each week during the University of Florida class of of Lot 143 River Bend Unit 5. Lots 17 to 24 both inc ., Block-
with summer vacation months. 1938. He continued his educationwith that lies outside of the highwaterline 114, Unit 3, Inv. Highlands.
Beginning Thursday June 13, a fellowship at Tiffany of the backwater of the Dun- Citrus County Land Bureau Inc
the classes will beheld weekly Foundation New York City. He nellon Hydro Plant Pond Area. to Vincent & Sylvia Parisi; Lots
H R Y S LEI:. through September 15. Hours has been awarded numerous citations James. & Rebecca B. Hew- 131 to 138 both incl..Block 116,
A IRT.Mrrot are from 9 to 12 noon:: 1 to 3:30, for his outstanding work ett to Walker W. &. Grace C. Unit 3, Inverness Highlands. CrystalParadise
and 3:30 until 5:30. The studio and was twice named best artistin Aishouse; Lot 17, Block 18 of Citrus County Land Bureau Inc
M WILL AS will be located! in the old post Florida colleges.For Parsons Point Addition to the to Parunag G. &. Lydia E.Bost-
office building to the left of further information con- Town of Hernando. anian; Lots 129 to 132 both incl.
the Hernando Civic Club. cerning these weekly summer H.H. &. June R. Green &. Wil- Block 95, Unit 3, Inverness
$900 : Instructor for the weekly sum- art classes for both children and liam Mullin Pepper III &. Paul- Highlands. .
4 MONTH /r : mer art course will be Cramer adults, contact Mrs. Norvell ine G. Pepper, his wife to J. County Land Bureau Inc p Inc.
Swords of Gainesville, noted Bryant or Mrs. Helen West- Manning &. Agnes Wright Potts; to Vita Cristini Tiriticco; Lot Estates
y area artist who maintains stu brook in Hernando.Paradise Lot 10, Palm Springs Villas 2, Block 133, Unit 4.inv. High. ,
If you have a forced air fur. ',: -. Addition.
Dace,you've already tot 5 V R.O. &. Mabel M. Jones ft Citrus County Land Bureau Inc FULL ACRE
most of a summer air con 3i to Arthur F. &. Helen L. Lins-
di oninsystem. Brooks H. -Jr.) & Martha T. ner; Lots 1 to 8 both incl..
At low cost,we can equip $+ Grimme; The East 10'of Lot 10. Block 128, Unit 3. Inverness (Less 25 ft. RIM! RifMs)
16
Block of Woodland
your furnace with a Chrys Estates, Highlands.
let unit. Unit 2B.Edward.
cooling Using your Land
Citrus County Bureau Inc
present furnace blower and t G. &. Alice M Mathews
ductwork this central air PHONE 629-3731 to Stephen S. &. Vivian to William H. Zornes; Lots 71 mr Pw CMt tow
conditioning cools M. von to 74 both incl., Block 123,Unit s ,
your
COLLECT Zimmer Lots 21 22
wkol' Ac/tue-silently at ; & Block 3, Inverness Highlands.
1
low cost FREE ESTIMATE 341" Unit 10, Villa Terrace. Citrus County Land Bureau Inc _
C.W. Hill and Corinne K.a/k/a to Della O. Madden; Lots 158 to Dillvs A Mwtb
LIMITED OFFER Let Us Help ouTHEIMPORTSHOP Corrine I K. Hill to Alexander &. 165 both incl., Block 81, Unit I Jd
Marie Karmen; Lots 48,49&.50 Inverness Highlands.
Air Condition YourHome Now and Re- Block 21, Unit 1, River-Lakes Citrus County Land Bureau Inc

ceive a $25.00 Wiring Allowance Plus V Manor. to Edward and/or Marion I. Money Back Guarantee Anytime
R.C. &. Ruth Johnston to LouisJ. Strunz; Lots 165 to 170 both
2,000 Free Trading Stamps. &: Mary Hager; Lands inSect incl., Block 119 Unit 3. Inv.

Plantation Hotel 33-19-20. Highlands. High and Dry 1 Mile East ef
Where Service Is As Important As the Sale Withlacoochee Cove Corp. to Citrus County Land Bureau Inc
Crystal River, Florida Clifford A. &. Mary L. LudwickLot to Mary Seal; Lots 121 to 124
23, Block 14, Unit 2, With- both incl.. Block 94, Unit 3, Crystal River Airport On Highway 19
La-Popka Islands.Withlacoochee .
Inverness Highlands.
ACE 1A Off During r May Cove Corp. to Citrus County Land Bureau Inc INFORMATION
FOR COMPLETE
j Gerald W. &. Veda E. Hayhurst; to Mary Seal; Lots 113 to 116
Lot 5, Block 4,Unit 1.With-La- both incl.. Block 94, Unit 3,

open week days V Popka Islands. Inverness Highlands. CLIP AND MAN. TO:
Air Conditioning Engineer Withlacoochee Cove Corp. to Citrus County Land Bureau Inc
Luther Edward (Jr.) &. Jean F. to Barbara Ann Seal; Lots 117
THE BEST COSTS LESS 10:30 A.M. 6:00 P.M. Garrett; Lots 18 & 19,Block 14, to 120 both incl., Block 94,Unit JAMES POMPEO. Rt. 46. PineBrook. New Jersey
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Ocala 210 s. OSCEOLA ST. DIAL 6293731SALES Withlacoochee Cove
GUARANTEED Starting June 1st the shop will be open from Noon Susan J. Duncan &. Luella Corp.Mae to Inc.Citrus#1 to County Stanley Land Pietzokowski Bureau; Name............................................................................
SERVICE INSTALLATION
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0 till 6:00
0 P.M.

Unit Schmalzried 1, With-La-Popka; Lot 8, Block Islands:4, Lots 20, Unit 23 8 to, Inv.30 both Highlands.incl.. Block Address:........................................................................
Information about Crystal Paradise Estates
Citrus County Land Bureau Please send more

Inc #1 to Haynes;Lots
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Unit 8, Inverness Highlands. PHONE. : Jack McGowan. 795-3147. Crystal River, Fla.

Citrus County Land Bureau
Inc. #1 to Sarah Stollon; Lots
40 to 45 both incl.. Block 18,
Unit 8, Inverness Highlands.
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This Citrus County Land Bureau I

Inc, #l to Ralph A. Lyons; Lots .h/. .', .' "
8 1,to Inverness 8 both incl.Highlands.. Block 12, unit \I I'' 1 \\;

Citrus County Land Bureau.
Inc. #1 to Alfred T. & Ruth M. SEZ
Bibby; Lots 1 to 8 both incl., THE LUMBERMAN :

Block 8, Unit 8, Inv. Highlands.
REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER William M.Lyons to B.E.Che-
V V ely. Trustee; Lands in Sect 33- i

18-17. .. N :
Exclusive Barco &. Daniels Inc.to Leroy Plan and Build
W. &. Mary Margaret Workinger .'
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IceMagic L. V replaces every ice cube Subdivision.Lot 6, Block E. Tropic Terrace 0 : From Our

Jack H. Rabeto William Leon
& Ethel Warnock;Lands inSect. Lumber Pile

used. automatically! 3-17-16.Louis Ebber &. Mary Frances

. Castel toMaryS.ScottCorrection \ \
V
deed on in City of \\
MI!: Are you still messing around with ice trays? Then listen. This Inverness. property \
te new RCA WHIRLPOOL makes and stores ice cubes automatically... SAVE QUALITYBUILDING
Woodland
Estates Inc.to How- 'i on
'' '. no more filling or spilling trays.Simply reach into the freezer and ard B. & Gretchen B. Garing; ]:

ES"j 5. V help yourself..ICEMAGIC the automatic ice maker will replace Lot 19, Block 12, Unit 2.Wood- _
every cube you use.It's the extra convenience you get with an RCA land Estates. T
WHIRLPOOL. Other things you'll especially like are the refrigerator O.D. & Waneta L. Kepler to
section that defrosts itself automatically True "Zero- '
degree" freezer Super-storage door with built-in egg racks and Mid State Homes Inc.; Lots 17,
18, 23 & 24. Block 14,Lovelacea
butter keeper And doors that seal 'tightly with a "million"magnets
i'r not old-fashioned latches.. Before you buy any refrigerator subdiv. of South Dunnellon. ]EXPAND YO ZT1L'

better see this one I IExclusive ..' :..,, Renfrew Andrew & Bonnie F.
( .... Wightman to Connolly Mobile
,
.. Home Sales Inc.; Lot 5, Block ZYZNGGBuild
*' .it 11 3, Unit 3, River-Lakes Manor.
built-in lceMdgic | Pl: ri L.t;-- ,
:
automatic ice maker i::<;" VALERIE That New Home

Fla.
: Inverness
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f Phone 7261932MONTIESWEDT11URS

fverytMng for NMi ....
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V 1 SHOW only ........ .... .....
I BOX OFFICE opens 7:15
SHOW begins 1:30P.M. fee.;.WMe toriely etf .

Model EKf 12FM $2 :R' a Jw a Friday Beginning TWO 7:30P.M.Continuous SHOWS. Ii Tel; ...-'Y. ..

.,.'' SHOWS
WEEK Saturday& Sunday
from 2 P.M.
asssssssssWed.

Thurs. Friday:
Gas & ServiceTHERE'S *ERNESS-TeIephone! 726-2595 WHO'S GOT THE ACTION?
Bottled Appliance
NOW AT Hernando
SEE IT Boo KSVILLE-Tel eP 796-4225 Starring: Lana, Turner FFK NJfvtrfesHH

AN RCA WHIRLPOOL Technicolor Dean Martin _

APPLIANCE FOR EVERY HOME NEED Saturday Double Feature:

THE DEVIL'S HAIRPINand
Ej BOWLESLUMBER
DON'T GO NEAR
THEWATER 9-248S

Starring:Glenn Ford

Sun. Mon. Tues.:
Washers and Ultimate Gas or Electric Upright or Gas or Electric: Gas or Elecltic Dishwashers and Air Conditioners and THE COURTSHIP OF CO.
Dryers Washer-Dryer Refrigerators amt Freezers Free-StaBdwg Ranges Will Ranges Food Waste Disposers Deburmdifiers EDDIE'S FATHER'

Starring:Glean Ford I '
Shirley Jeees fcMpSt __
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{ Area- Cancer -Drive. Results--- _: tptt S ee4 INCREASE YOUR STORK TRAFFIC BY A

t Dedicated volunteers of the Wing, volunteers. v PLANNED ADVERTISING PROGRAM+
i Citrus County unit, ACS, have Lecanto, $52.04. Mrs. James } t"t BfC YOURCITRUS
successfully proved that peopleare Baker and Mrs. Ellis Roberts. x .
interested in the cancer Beverly Hills Estates,$25.76. ,
.r'"F.. o
program and cancer Victims Mrs. Esther Antunes, chair /,
Mrs. Torn Scofield said this o w stet ? r .._
CQMTY OKOMCLE
week. man.Benefit dance, $226.00, with t , s r R
Mrs. Scofield, chairman of the Mrs. Major Bellamy chairman. 1 ,

county unit, lists a complete The quota for the county was Our pro Cliff Hornketh play- -.
total of the funds drive around made and next week the totalsof ed in Ocala's inter-city golf 1

F the Inverness area: house to house canvassing in event last week in matched play. Beautiful Citrus i County -
Hernando $158.40. Mrs A.W. Inverness, business, and color His partner was !Minnie Filleyof i
Craven chairman; Mesdames ed division, plus west side the Dubsdread golf course. r

Ralph Farmer, Carl Chappell, totals, will be published. He tied in class A, coming in
Norvell Bryant, Leo Root, Del-
with a 65. Cliff won the B andC
mas Stutler DJD Smith Helen :
;; with respective scores of 62 and
Forbes Bill Ogles, Jr.aooMa- "Next to being shot at and f
.. 64.This .,. "
jor Bellamy volunteers.
missed, nothing is quite as was a thrilling: thing for
i
Floral City, $158.36. Mrs. satisfying as an income tax x : Inverness Golf & Country Club,
Bill Keating, chairman .. .
; Mes- a" having own do well.
refund.-Boyd Von Seggern, 3l our pro so i _
dames
Bass Bedford, Carroll, -
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Congratulations, Cliff! ''
West Point Neb. l
Edson ) Repub-
Konnek Lanier.Lyons, '
Fran Allen won the "A flight
,Pell, Rogers, Shingler and lican.East and Lil Turner took the "B" SAXAPHONE QUARTET, all members of the Citrus High band,

I flight in last week's ladies day are shown above after receiving an "Excellent" rating earlier
I blind bogey. Duane Segar tok this month at the state band contest in Miami. They wish to thank
V the blind bogey on men's day, the public for helping to make the trip possible. From left to
Y while Charlie West won it on right are Leroy Meaal. Larry Smith Karen Baxley,and Mickey
i,. Coast Sunday. Carroll S&S Fishing Camp
HO, HO, HO. roared Jack Hooe This Sunday there will be an
Tree ServiceS (above) when he pulled this big 18-hole, two-ball Scotch foursome -
twelve and a half pound lunker '. with a covered dish sup- Letter To EditorAs & Trailer Park

out of Lake Tsala Apopka a per at 6 p.m. These events the 1963 Crusade of the saved. It is predicated that an
TREE SURGEONS couple of days ago. Jack, who have been held before and have American Cancer Society nears even better cure rate will be

i .. ft ,has the only house on Allen'sPoint proven highly successful, as its conclusion in Citrus County, achieved as more people watch
(Gospel Island), practically well as loads of fun. Hurry and
I Free Estimates those of us engaged in the cam- out for cancer symptoms for
; I Advisory Service hooked this big mouth register! paign want to extend to your earlier detection and see their
bass in his back yard. "It's
# many readers our sincere doctors promptly for authemtic
"We Specialize in Cavity. Work the biggest one I've caught yet Public I NoticeIN thanks for their contributions diagnosis and treatment if ne-
said Hooe. "but there's anotherone
P.O.Box 1001Inverness.. which will help support the con cessary.So .
that's been giving me a fit THE CIRCUIT COURT OF tinuing fight against cancer in there is a hopeful side of
and."he just might be even bigger. THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT the year ahead. Too, we want to cancer. For this reason I hope

IN AND FOR CITRUS express our appreciation for the many of your readers will con- tr ,

COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA fine cooperation which yours tinue the fight against the dis- a .,..,
newspaper has given. ease and join with us as American -
1 IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 1607 We would like to remind all Cancer Society Volunteerswho '
SUIT TO FORECLOSE MORT who gave so generously that participate in yearroundcancer ,:
GAGE. each dollar given will be chan- control programs. .4,

0 .o, / DONALD J. BRADSHAW.Plaintiff neled where it will do most goodin Sincerely,
ji 3 theSociety's year-round pro- Tomie E. Scofield
+ -VS- grams of public and professional Unit President
\ ALICE L. BARNETT Trustee. education, cancer and leukemia Wilma Steadman The leisure shady comfort and good fishing reputation of The
1 e .4r Defendant. research, and services for Public Relations S&S Fishing Camp makes this spot a favorite travelers from

NOTICE OF SUIT unfortunate cancer and leukemia - Chairman near and far. The S&S Camp has everything, including extra
,x' .IJ. "The sage who said, 'GoWest"ne'er STATE OF FLORIDA TO: patients friendly courtesies, a week-ender semi-permanent sportsmancan
had to figure out ALICE L. BARNETT Trustee, All of these programs are of A dwarf deer, the tiny Key ask and is located on the most famous part of the famous
I' how to do it on a cloverleaf if she be alive,or if she be dead, utmost importance in helping deer of Big Pine Key, Florida Withlacoochee River only 4 miles up-stream from the Florida
.:. intersection." then against the unknown heirs, curb the increasing cancer is mature when 30 inches in Power Co. dam. It is surrounded on three sides by acres and
devisees legatees or granteesof death rate in Florida which height. acres of intriguing back water fishing...where the big ones lurk.

/ r her, any and all of them, and took the lives of 8233 of our
s against any and all persons fellow citizens in 1961 and 8,765
,lr claiming any right title or interest citizens last year. TROUBLE Moss Otks
PRICED into the following des- These somber statistics are
S&S Fishing Camp
r h TniUr Court Salts
1 tr Ird, t not given l -
I/ r.1 / 1 cribed lands in Citrus County, to scare people.Rather GETTING 1
I t/I Florida to-wit: they are brought into the
r it ,a 1 i The Northeast Quarter of the open to make us aware of the Ie Trailer Park HI"A rlTSs.tyl ts
I 1 AUTO
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v ( l Northwest Quarter the North- something
For You west Quarter,Section 10,Town- about it. We can do something,

ship 19 South, Range 17 east, too. if we give more to save INSURANCE? Speclel Year*r r,4d Rot
r. according'to or plat thereof more lives and follow the American Lower Withlacoochee FOR RENT
map TRAILERS
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CAN -- Cancer Need SR-22 Filing 9 Miles W. of Duanellon
on file and of record in the Office Society's adviceto insurance Ask
liability Route 40
;L of the Clerk of the Circuit know Cancers Seven Danger
HURRY YOUR HOME-BUYING your agent to tend your Boats MotorsGuides- Hwy. 41 S. Ift"'II.
Court in and for Citrus County Signals. It is a known fact that application to us if yeu'v*
resonalbe. "It's the best, ask:
early detection of cancers and
Florida. bun 'Cancelled or rejected -
prompt treatments are almost anyone in Dunnellon. Phone 726-I912.
saving We insure
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat call .:
You MAY TAKE months finding the right home. But a suit has been brought many lives. For instance,at the anyone .at fair rates regardless -

when you decide, you want quick action. Our loan t against you in the Circuit Court turn of the century, few cancer of driving rec
specialists make hour count..can probably of Citrus County, Florida in patients had any hope of cure. In ord. Fire, theft comprehensive J -
every The Veep by AkA is an exciting the 1930's, fewer than one-in- and collision also BeNts
say OK in two days and complete everything within concept in dash air conditioners. Chancery by DONALD J. five was being saved.Today, available. Premiums maybe
BRADSHAW and here- one
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the week.We'll plan the loan with a moderate amount The full radius vents allow by required to serve upon WILLIAM cancer patient in three is being ments.. easy Fishing Resort ,
you to direct whopping amountsof
down and comfortable terms to fit income.Comesee F. EDWARDS of Brad-
your cold air where want it in will lc
you shaw & Edwards. Plaintiff'sAttorney calendar months from the time To AptntsVe Crystal1; River, Florida Available June 1
us soon. your automobile 0 r station pleased to tend fomplete
whose address is Inverness of the
first publication of this Modern Cottages
Broker-
wagon High volume streams of kit tm request.
See cold air directed by a fingertip. Florida a copy of your notice. Each claim or demand UKC 1Z AuitfnecZ Risk f vinrude Motors 'Five. Room TwoBwhtxwn Apt.O .F
written defenses to the Com- shall be in writing, and shall Plan.
Takes only hours to install... *
plaint in said suit on or before state the place of residence Guides Boats Ground Floor
' CURRENT< fully guaranteed...priced now at the 14th day of June 1963 and post office address of the claimant : Air Conditioning TV '
only the original of said written defenses and shall be sworn to by the 'f R.{ 'W ..Q I .(- 1<<...... fft. 736-1821
DIVIDEND shall be filed with the claimant, his agent,or attorney, o : !' Phone 795-2242 .
4% $259.95Installed Clerk of Circuit Court. The and any such claim or demand .sfnnt\autG'-ItA __
r COMPOUNDED % purpose of this suit is to foreclose not so filed shall be void. --
mortgage on the herein HARRY WSTEWARTRICHARD lmIlHIIHIIHHIIBHlIHIII
SOD-ANNUALLY Low PaymentsCOMFORTALLTHE described property. W. STEWARTAs

WAY WITNESS my hand as Clerk executor of the Last Will and
WITH and Seal of said Court at Inverness Testament of NELLIE B. STE-
Florida, on this the 13 WART, deceased. a
rllt R Court SealFRANCIS Inverness, Fla.
W. WILLIAMS i. Attorney for Executors.
Clerk of Circuit Court First publication May 30, 1963 s, jjjjto'When
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MarionMotor 1963.

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Ocala RE: ESTATE OF NELLIE B. HIGHLANDS
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PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR FAITH CHAPEL It's a matter of forms....


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Citrus County Tax Sale Supplement iI \1. Seen S F F(


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Publish May 9. Ib, 23;: and 30. 1963NOTICE

OF TAX SALE DESCRIPTION S.T.R. Acres OWNER y I
Notice is hereby given that on the 3rd day of June 1963 at 12:00 o'clock -
:Noon, at the West door of the Court House Inverness, Citrus County. Florida Lot 14 Blk B Withla-

tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described land to pay coochee River Hills 33 16 18 Keith O. Johnson 8.06
the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same together with all
costs of such sale and all advertising. Lot 42 8 Frank & Bobbie

E. Van Anderson Tax Collector Riverwood Shores 9 17 17 Matheny 29.62.

Inverness, Citrus County: Fla. ..
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Estates Unit ;ffl 11 17 17 Violet Williams 13.96+
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TAXES&COSTS ,
DESCRIPTION S.T.R. Acres OWNER Lots 1. 2 & 3 Blk F Rain-
bow Estates Unit1 11 17 17 Violet Williams 40.02-
,- Lots 15,16,17 tit 18 361617 Doyle D. II Jewel 2
Sunset Trail Acres 11717 S. Dobson 52.39 Lot 4 Blk F Rainbow
Estates Unit gl 11 17 17 Rollie Cooper 13.96';
Lot 51 River Bend Joe York & BoUverH.
Unit 82 117.17 McMullen Jr. 54.53. N 120 ft of Lot 342 descin
ORB 95 Page 488 23 James R.E. & MarieJ.
LOts 119 River Bend 21717 William p. Dmswonh Town of Citronelle 26 17 17 Queen 5.71*,
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William Edgar Lot 346 Town of 23 Midstate
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13t 176 River Bend 21717 Mewborn 1 Citronelle 26 17.17 Investment Corp. 43.86
Unit IJ6 13.96...
S 69 ft of Lot 135 desc

Lots 608 tit ro9 Town 351618 Ben & Louise Plair in ORB 97 Page 485 23 George Washington

of D.mnellon 11.83 Town of Citronelle 26 17 17 Roddenberry 5.71:


Lot 622 Town of 351618Dunnellon Willie Thomas Lot 400 Town of 23 -
".54.53.. Citronelle 26 17 17 W. D. Hamilton 6.84.


Lot 624 Town of 351618. Annie Mae Barnwell Lot 8 South Citronelle Edgar V. & Violet

melba 36.,74- Sittings Sub 26 17 17 Nadine Hamilton 6.84"


Lot 626 Town of 351618DcmneUon Albert Strick Lots 9 & 10 South Citron-
4.71 elle Sittings Sub 26 17 17 D.W. Hamilton 13.04!
James titCatherine 9
Lot 645 Town of 351618 Smith Lot 17 South Citronelle Rupert L. & Flora

Dunnellon 4.71, Sittings Sub 26 17 17 Bell Grantham 36.74* .


That'part of Lot 677 Lot_ 39 South Citronelle Clara Bell Revels &.
lying E of State Hwy 351618 W. C. Allbritton Sittings Sub 26 17 17 Katie S. Owens 54.53-
Town of Dmne1lon 8.77-
: Lots 1 to 14 Incl Blk A _

N 1/2 of Lot 700 Town 351618 Emma Busby & Lots 1 to 10 Incl Blk .
of Dmnel10n 4.71 B & Lots 1 to 18 Incl <

Blk C & Lots 1 to 6 Inc.
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Lot 712 Town of 351618 Tessie Mae Kaham Blk D & Lots Ito 10 Incl 1 Harry W. & Ralph Jrj .
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Rr"652i! E Marmoor His -Marlow- -:.-+ 146.49; _
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Blk 9 Lovelace '35 16.18 .Unknown. 31 Blk 6 River
Lodges 8.27 Lakes Manor Unit ffl 36 17 19 Ellis Roberts 22.50

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,.'c 1 .?4- Estates Unit #2 17 18 17 A.L. & Ruby Black 44.52

Lots 1 to 24 Incl. Blk 351618 Unknown Lot 1 Blk 16 Woodland R.O. & Mayble M.

11 Lovelace Lodges . 19.44-' Estates Unit,#2-A 18 18 17 Jones 362.62


Lots 111 tit 112 351618Southslde . Benny,Funches .
Sub '43.86. Lots 3 & 4 Blk 16 Wood-
Ernest
land Estates Unit 12-A. 18. 18 17 S. Easterbrook F. & Nancy "'7
Lot 154 Southside 351618 Walter. E. Ki ser 79.73
Sub. 4.71. Lots 1 to 12 Incl &
33 Ilarolll & Barbara .11':" .-. Lots 14 to 31 Incl S
Lots 37 tit 38 341618 Van ZaOOt >- Shores : t
Sunkist Estate . 2D.77- Sunny ., 20..18 17 Lorine Greiner 290.83.

33 !'. - Lot 11 Blk C Bunts
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Lot 7S 34'16"18 Robert W. Martin .. .' Point Unit fflLot '
20 18 17
George K1ckl ter 44.52
Sunkist Estate, ,.. '.. 8.27-.
Tbur.A. & Grace D.. ':'. 12 Blk C Bunts ..
Lots 4 & 5 351618'River Larson '. '
Point Unit ffl
Gardens 65.21 20 18 17 George K. Kickliter 44.s2
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48 desc in ORB 104 George T. & Loraine B. Jean Kavinta 33.68'r
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Gardens Unit 2 :5.71' .
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18 17 .-G. Ferris 120.43T
Stanley J. & Mary "

Lot 71 River Gardens 35'1618 Joice Scally Lot 3 Blk B 20., .-" ,:i
Unit 2 90.12 ... '
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S. R. Thames 26.45.

Lot 124 River Gardens 35 16 18 William S. Egulf. Jr. '."' t Lots 52 to 60 Incl .'16 :
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Unit 2 -,8.27* Crystal Park Adn :>'>I$: j &
# : ;? 211817Lots James J. Jones "279SW .

.p3 .. 134. 135. 136 & 16 '} .'James H. & Gferia "!j 5- c\
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Lots 126 & 127 River Crystal
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Gardens Unit#2 35 16 18 William S. Egulf. Jr. 'ISj9-. .
... .. W 1/2 of Lot 375 16 t .' 'f .

Lot'128 River Gardens John II. & E. Louise '. Crystal Park Ado 211817Lot ... .Ames Bealyer 11.99'

Unit 12 351618 Gantt 8.27 _
496Crystal S 16 :r..i. .q',-
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Lots 177 & 178 River 33 Alfred Lloyd Hintze Park Adn 211817' ."' Charles D. Frazee 20.66
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Gardens Unit#3 341618 & Mary Alice: Rice 12.50'Jack ., ,
M Lot 509Crystal S 16-

Lots 180 & 181 River 33 D. & Irene A. ... Park Ado 21 18 17 Oifa Shimaoovsky 22.83
Gardens Unit#3 34 16 18 Riggs 1,7.52- .
W 1/2 of Lot 735 16
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Lot 198 River 33 William H. & Gwerd>lyn Crystal Park Adn 21 18 17 Q. M. Carr&H 37.29

Gardens: Unit#3 34 16 18 B. Taylor Jr. 43.86 ;
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Lots 11. 12. 13 & 14 Blk _. Maytle Alterteen /?..
Lot 244 River Wells D. & Anna M. 1 Allbrltton Adn 15 jg 17 Able 30.07

Gardens Unit#4 34 16 18 Wright 16.10
Lots 8 & 9 Blk 2 Maytle Alftritwo !.vl-
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Lot 3 Pine Knoll Sub 33 16'18" Richard W. Schuler 36.74 Allbritton AdD 151817Lot Able. .' 15.61

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Lot 14 River fits Sub 3116 18 William E. Bostick. Jr. 40.30* 11 less part desc In' '
ORB 101 Page 382 soldto

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River Bollerts Adn 21 18 17 David ;
easement as of record : Jenkins 9,87
desc in ORB 102 Pg
334 WithlacoocheeRiver ''Joseph E. & Evelyn E. Undivided 1/2 interest'in ..,."
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Hills 33 16 18 Slater J.H.&RiE.
Combs Sub 21 18 17 McCtaag 5.2?'

Lots 1 & 7 Blk B Withlacoochee
Lot 12 Blk D Combs Sub
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TAXES S.T.R. Acres OWNER & COSTS
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G Combs Sub 211817 Alice A. Zuller- V 22.83 90 ft run thence N
57 degrees 55 minutes (.
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Lots 48 to 54 Incl- E 250 ft run thence N
V Bayview Homes Co. ,32 degrees 05 minutesW
VV 6 acre Sub. 2118.17 Johnde D. Porter ., 8.87 90 ft to the POB
desc in ORB 96 Page 21 25
E 150 ft of I L/s 5 & 6 Mayfair Garden Acres 36 18 17 William Engelleiter 43.79

Blk B Brewers Adn 21 18 17 Dicy Dock Heirs V 22.83
, Lots 1, 2, 8 & 9 Blk J 25 Sandy W. &
W 122 ft of Lots 5&6 9-" ; -- Mayfair Garden Acres 361817 Mary Yates ,,i ,...;':-+'.,: 70.55
Blk B Brewers Adn 21U8 17 Alice A. Melson .' 9.82 ,. : -?. : fir,,. x VV V
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of Lot 5 Blk C Gene B. & Ann H. Development 36 18 17 Unknown 11,77
Brwers Adn 21 18,17 Toney 16.83

Lots 9 to 12 Incl Blk '? .'; ,
S l/2of Lot 73 Sylvan W. W. & Frances M. 7 & Lots 1 to 8 Incl

Glen Adn 21 18 17 Marshall ; 109.59. Blk 8 Crystal Heights : -
I Development 36 18 17 :
That portion of Lot 93
lying W of Front St Lot 22 Blk A & that
except the S 22 ft thereof portion of Lot 19 descin

. & the S 1171/2ft .\. ORB 79 Page 383 .
of Lot 92 desc in ORB ':, ,. : Sold to Paul Patterson V 6.6t
45 Page 207 Sylvan desc as follows beginat
Glen Adn 21 18 17 ; Crystal Tenn Inc. 1.991.77: '. NE Cor of said Lot
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Lot 83 less that part 42 minutes 00 secondsW !
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lying within 25 ft of 94.66 ft to SE Cor : .
the center line of State ;, of said Lot 19 thence + ,:

Rd 55 desc in ORB 48 along S-line of said . .' "
Page 181 & less S 50 ".., ':' Lot 19 N 89 degrees
ft desc in ORB 95 Page 18 minutes W 5 ft to
300 sold to Alfred J. a point thence N 3
Phillips Sylvan Glen Marjorie W. & degrees 43 minutes 25
Adn 21 18 17 Ronald M. Green 366.62 seconds E 94.79 ft to
a PCB lying and beingin
Lots 7 & 8 Blk16 Wayne D. & Helen M. Blk A Paradise ,Felix M. & .
Crystal City Adn 2118 17 Rolph 11.99 I Gardens 27 18 17 Dorothy Umstead 82.45


Lots 13 to 18 Incl W of Lot 2 Blk D Village of
Rd 19 Bayview Homes Picardy 28 18 17 E.L.& LoM. Kiel 73.45
Company 1st Adn 211817 Raddie Jones 363.12
Lot 10 Sunset Shores Leslie L. & -
Lots 1, 2, 3 & 22 less'a Ada 28 18 17 Jane Morgan Lagler 87.91
" strip 16 ft by 132 ft
wide on W'side of Lot Lot 30 Blk A Paradise 28
22 Eubanks Adn 21 18 17 Samuel St. Clair 31.57 County Club 33 18 17 George Kickl1ter 91.52

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Lot 4 Blk 1 Hyde Alfred C. & Luellle Lot 13 Crystal View
Park Adn 22 18 17 E. Holstead 15.61 Sub 34 18 17 Jack Mason 11.99


., Lots 7 & 8 Blk 1 Hyde Wesley R. & Abbie Lots 4 & 10 & the E
Park Adn 22 18,17 Mae Sanders 30.07 60 ft of Lot 9 Hell- Carl W. & Lucille
gate Isle Retreats 35 19 16 M. Jarvis 55.88W.
Lot 80 Knights Adn 221817. Hattie Coston 6.94J.

Lot 24 Hellgate Isle R. & Anna Mae
Lot 88 Knights Adn 22 18 17 C. Campbell 6.94: Retreats 35 19 16 Absher "35.85

Lot 98 Knights Adn 22 18 17 Wilbur Faison 8.37 Lots 5 & 6 Blk.2
Crystal Acres 31917 Ruth Ellis 18.50
Lot 124 Knights Adn ,221817 Willie & Susie Smith 19.23

Lots 4. S & 6 Blk 8 Harold B. & .
Commence at the SE Cor Crystal Acres 3 19 17 Mary A. Hill 14.16
of Lot 156 go W 100 ft
thence N 55 ft thence Lots 1, 2 & 3 Blk 9
E 100 ft thence go S Crystal Acres 31917 yarah A. Learned 18.50
,, ,55 ft to POB desc in
ORB 98 Page 466 Lot 9 Blk 9
Knights Adn 22 18.17 Barbara Simmons 57.88 Crystal Acres 3 19 17 Gladys Bradley 7.65

Lot 174 Knights Adn 221817 Blanche Cambric 6.94 Lots 1, 2 & 3 Blk 12 Harry R. &
Crystal Acres 3 19 17 Ellen M. CoSton 22.83
Lot 197 Knights Adn 22 18 17 Frederick W. Copeland 11.99
Lots 1 to 10 Incl Blk
Lots 381 & 382 20 less S 23 ft of
Knights Adn 22 18 17. Delia McNeil Heirs 22.83 Lot 10 for Rd desc in
.... ORB 64 Page 490 & ORB
39 Page 124.Crystal Jacob &MllUeR.
E 1/2 of Lot 396 : Acres 3 19 17 Grimm 27.00
Knights Adn 22 18 17 Ida Scott Boyd 8.37

Lots4&5B1k22 .
Lot 406 Knights Adn 22 18 17 Susie Smith 55.38 Crystal 31917 John Ro: Feeney 11.99

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Lots1,2,7,8&15& Lot 4 Blk 33 Crystal Marvin S. &
All of Lot 10 less 1 Acres 1st Adn 10 19 17 Lola Be Roberts 7.65
acre on W end of Lot .
10 desc in ORB 91 Page John N. & Frances. Lot 5 Blk 33 Crystal Marvin S. &
14 Charpias Adn 22 18 17 J. Arfaras 68.22 Acres 1st Adn 10 19 17 Lola E. Roberts 7.65

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10 Blk 35
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N 1/2 of 1 Acre on W end Crystal
of Lot 10 Charpias Adn 22 18 17 Dave Singleton 3.82 Acres 1st Adn 10 19 17 Carl Hember 7.65
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Lots 23, 26, 31, 34, 39 & John N. & Clyde Everett Milner
42 Charpias Adn 22 18 17 Frances J. Arfaras 73.45 Crystal Acres 1st Adn 10 19 17 & Lillian Morrow 20.66

Lot 33CitruS Raymon H. or Lots 1 to 101nc1 BIk < I
Acres 23 18 17 Martha F. James V 16.33 A & Lots 1 to 8 Incl
Blk B & Lots 1 to 16

Lot 45 Citrus Acres 23 18 17 Ethel Martin 16.33 Incl Blk C & Lots 1
to 16 Incl Blk D &
Lots 1 to 8 Incl BikE
Nona L. & Herbert '
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Lot 53 Citrus Acres 231817 H. Tippins
Blk F Crystal River . Manuel R. Torres.;_ -. ,.<,"**!!,'*,
Lot 1 Blk A Potterfields Highlands 15 19 17 et al 366.12

Mayfair Gulf Stream Acres 24 18 17 William Engelleiter 23.33
Lots 1 to 30 loci BIk

Lot 26 BIk B Potterfidds Orbia C. & 3 Unit #1 Town of 22
Mayfair Gulf Stream Acres 24 18 17 Mary Lou Jowers 55.88 Homosassa 27 19 17 Willie J. Sauerwein 34.18

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Lot 35 Blk C Potterfields Lots 10, 11 & 12 Blk
Mayfair Gulf Stream Acres 24 18 17 Emory Robinette 19.00 15 Unit II Town of 22
Homosassa 27 19 17 Ruth H. Bell - 23.33

Lots 21 & 22 Blk B 25 Charles Buchan & _. ', .
Lots 23, 24 & 25 Blk
Mayfair Garden Acres 361817 Richard A. Eagle 35.12
;>r ii-/ 15 Unit gl Town of 22 '
'" Homosassa 27 19 17 Ruth Dale Carter : 10,32
Lots 12 8t 13 Blk F 25
Mayfair Garden Acres 36 18 17 Paul J. Garner. Jr. 16.33 "
Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6 & 8 .,_ ,Y,' dO
to 18 Incl Blk 18
Lot 14 Blk F Mayfair 25
Garden Acres 36 18 17 RM 1 Roy P. Krager 9.82 .Unit gl Town of 22 .- .. ; "
Homosassa 27 19 17 ,George E.:: Fuller :: 56.38
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Lots 10 & 16 Blk H 25 "
Mayfair Garden Acres 36 18 17 David & Helen Munne 18.50 Lots 1, 2.3&4Blk30 ,
Unit gl Town of 22 .. ,
Part of Lot 4 Blk 1 .' :.. Homosassa 27 19 17 Ruth Dale Carter <12.49

Commence at the most i- ,r .- : '. .., .
northerly cor of said
Lots 1 to 17 lad Blk .
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Lot 4 for a POB run
32 Unit gl Town of 22
57
thence S degrees
Homosassa 27 19 17 Alice Lake Parker 23.33
250 ft run thence S

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DESCRIPTION S.T.R. Acres OWNER & COSTS

Lot 1 BIk 33 Unit #1 22
. That certain
triangular
Town of Homosassa --
271917 .Unknown :' T '
.,8.37 shape piece or parcelof . :." ,: a"
.. land lying & being .:. J v4
Lot 5 & E 30 ft of Lot -
between Lots 10 & 11
4 Blk 33 Unit #1 Town 22 t. ?'
>
Blk 300
th
at iIler-:
of Homosassa 271917 Mary T. DaleHomosassa : 7.44; section of High St &

Grant Drive: & Audobon .
Lots 1 to 7 loci Blk .. Ave
44 1 . the same being -
Unit# Town of 22Homosassa' 98 ft on the E side

27 19 17 Village Inc. 37.79. facing the St & running .
.... .
back on the Northerly
LoU 1 & 2 BIk 47 :; .:.. .; & Southerly boundary ; ::. -. .- .
Unit #1 Town of 22 .
line thereof a distanceof .: \ "
Homosassa 271917 Ruth H. Bell" :, ' :-" 8.87. about 125 ft to a

,. .' r-- ..\- point between the said fl (. ...1..l
" Lots 11 to 15 Incl Lots 10 & 11 desc in 14 ..' . .
BIt 48 Unit #1 Town 22 HomosassaVillage ORB 94 Page 387 Unit 23 '

of Homosassa 27 19 17 ., Inc. : '-; 12.49, #8 Town of Homosassa 24 19 17 Moyer Dozier. 14.17
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Lots 1 to 8 Incl Blk ".< ," .."' ', i
15 16
Lots & Blk 300 14
49 Unit #1 Town of"' .22 5 HomosassaVillage. c.'-? .J' -i Unit #8 23

Homosassa 27 19 17 Inc 16,11Homosassa Town of Homosassa 24 19 17 Ruth..H. Bell '; 8.15
,
:-. to' i

Lots 10 to 17 Incl Blk .. .;t ; Lots 14 & 15 Blk 301 14

49 Unit #f1 Town of 22 I' :'. :, Unit #8 23 Albert W. & Felicia - '
Homosassa 27 1917 Village. Inc' :.. '16:11'- of l .
Town Homosassa 241917Lot W. Hamm. Jr. .87
F ;:.. .". 'i; i

Lots 1 to 17 Incl Blk 3 Blk 305 14 '

50 Unit #1 Town of 22. Homosassa .' Unit #8 23

,. Homosassa 27 1917 Village. Inc .' 3O.S7i. -.I-, Town of Homosassa 24 19 17 Ruth Bell 5.27

Lots 1 to 3 Incl Blk ) :' .... '. Lot 5 Blk 305 14

51 Unit ffl Town of 22 HomosassaVillage. ." .' ..:. ..'> Unit #8 23

Homosassa 27 1917 Inc. 8.87. Town of Homosassa :24 19 17 Charlotte Lance 5.27

Lots 6 to 17 Incl Blk r.. .. i< Lot 7 Blk 320 14

51 Unit #1 Town of 22 IlomosassaVillage ,,', : ,, ;. Unit ;#8 23.

Homosassa 7:11917 Inc. . ,. ,..' .16.11. Town of Homosassa '241917Lot .# E. H. Purdy 5.21
:
:
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Lots 1 to 18 Incl Blk ; 'w. 3 Blk 321 14 .
55 Unit 1 of '"22 ',1 '. .
# Town HomosassaVillage Unit #8 23 '

Homosassa 27 19 17, Inc. 23.33 Town of Homosassa 241911 Mrs. W. J. Connor '5.27

,
Lots 1 to 18 Incl Blk -" :', ....... "
56 Unit ffl Town of 22 ,HomosassaVillage. Lots 14 to 21 Incl Blk 1 "' :" : 4

Homosassa 271917 Inc. 23:33': 294 Unit #9 23

- .. ..... ., Town of Homosassa 24 19 17 Bessie D. Johnson : 30J57
22 "
Lot 6 Blk 163 23 .1.. ... Lot 10 Blk 295 Unit #9 23

Unit #4Town 26 I'. Town of Homosassa :24 19 17 J. N. Stout ; '' 4.77

of Homosassa 27 1917 Irvin IIolsin 5.04Willie
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.. ,. ,, ., : : Lot 2 Blk 296 Unit #9. 23 t "
' 't " '. Town of Homosassa :24 19 17 *
Lots 16 to 22 Incl BUT C. A. Brooks 4.77
199 Unit #5 Town of 22
Homosassa 23 19 17 G. Sauerwein16:11: ; Lot 4 Blk 297 Unit #9 23
".. . Town of Homosassa 24 19 17 : '
C. E. Allen. Jr. 8.37
,."t'/ <:... .; .
Lot 1 Blk 201 Unit $5 22'; : ,
Lots 6 & 7 Blk 298 .
Town of Homosassa 231917 Ruth I1. Bell ,4.01
< .... : ; Unit #9 Town of 23
,
Lots"2 & 3 Blk 204 :. p .', ,,' > Homosassa .. 24'1917 Dora V. Bailey '"1 .11

Unit #5 Town of 22
Homosassa 23 1917 1 henry li. Anderson) 7:44 Lots 8 & 9 Blk 299 ) !
"'- .,,; .'j, Unit #9 Town of 23 Floyd W. & .

Lot 9 Blk 204 Unit #5 22. Homosassa. .. _24.1917 -I Cora Lee Gaskins .I,>:'', ':.16.U

Town of Homosassa ,-': : : 23 '19 17 James M. Bell*"' "' 4.04
d : I 0"' I" 'l *.i-M ?** r"1111'"*'*? Lot 7 Blk 307 Unit #9 23 i .if .J BjUigi' :. . .'
Lots 16 to 21 Incl Blk Town of Homosassa 24 19 17 Emma Kusterle'. ;; :f ; S',37
204 Unit #5 Town of 22 : :. : s
Homosassa 231917 'Ruth Bell . .' .'! 16,11Mildred Lot 6 Blk 308 Unit #9 23 .tr .

... Town of Homosassa 24 19 17 Maude R. Lewis4.77' a,
Lots 22 to 26 Incl Blk ;! ,-
204 Unit #5 Town of. : 22 "Carl W.-& ';. -, Lot 27 Blk 308 Unit #9 23 t

Homosassa 23 1917 '..T..Win 14.66 Town of Homosassa 241917Lot C.,R. Robinson 8.37
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Lot 30 Blk 204 Unit #5 22 } : 9 Blk 311 Unit #9 23
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Town of Homosassa 23 1917 Ruth Dell t.t. .' ..4.04. Town of Homosassa 241917Lot -:Ir..H. Purdy } < ' 8.37

Lots 34. 35 & 36 Blk , 4 Blk 312 Unit $9 23
.
204 Unit ifs Town of 22 Carl W. &. '; Town of Homosassa 24 19 17 Unknown 8.37
Homosassa 231917 Mildred J. lidin' '10.32
,., .,,', '. :'
; ) Lot 2 Blk 314 Unit #9 23

Lots 4 to 7 Incl Blk 0 t- Town of Homosassa 24 19 17 Gilbert. Lance *: &37
205 Unit #5 Town of 22 IKniiosassa I . ; <
Homosassa 23 1917 Villa. =:e'Inc. r- 8:87Itouursaaa : Lot 3 Blk 325 Unit #10 23
"* *-' Town of Homosassa 241917Lot 'Harlan Anderson -".: 9'2
Lots 6. 7. 30 & 31 Blk
210 Unit #5 Town of : '22"-; ; 'f v' 4 Blk 327 Unit #10 23 Carl D. & .

Homosassa 231917 Village, Inc. -. ..8.87'Cto Town of Homosassa 241917Lot Margaret M. Hibbert, 8TJ37

Lots 9 & 10 Blk 211 ', ,.. : . ... 'f.'.... .. 1 BIt 328 Unit fflO 23 Donna W. &

Unit #5 Town of . 32.. Carl W. & I Town of Homosassa 24 19 17 : Austin L. Swansea 8/7

Homosassa 231917 Mildred J. lidin .. 7144
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Lot 4 BIt 331 Unit 810 23
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Lots 23 & 24 Blk 225 :,; : :<.' I ; '. Town of Homosassa 24,19 17 Unknown : 8,31

Unit #5 Town. of 22 ,. "
Homosassa 231917 :>r>'fi K. Kicklitci8.81 Lots 24 & 25 Blk 332
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> .. --. :-: :t: .. Unit #10 Town of 23 .Floyd & ... '.'
Lot 5 Blk 235 Unit #6 22 Homosassa 24 19 17 Nellie Martin '.
23 19 17 MaxMarek '. 4i04Stejilien : .16.11
Town of Homosassa .! ':, '. . .
Lots 1 & 2 Blk 338 '.
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Lot 6.Blk 235 Unit #6 22Town ..o' Unit#10 Town of 23. :

of Homosassa 231917 Von 'Zinmier1.04. lomosassa 241917. .George . "
.. : lt[.Allen,Jr, 'l6.1

Lots 1 to 4 Incl Blk Lots 7. 8 & 9 Blk 338
248 Unit #6 Town of 22 Unit #10 TO'I."D.offlomosassa 23

? Homosassa 231917 Charles D. Gardiner 16:I 11 241917 Lloyd C. Harris _. .23.3

'_ I
Lots 8 & 9 less Northeasterly Lots 10 & 11 Blk 338 -
25 ft of Lot Unit #10 Town of 23

9 & Lot 24 Blk 248 Homosassa 24 19 17 Lloyd G. Harris6.11,
Unit #6 Town of 22 J. H. & Ruth E. .,
Homosassa 231917 .McClung 13.49 Lot 4 Blk 343 Unit#10 23 James W. & '
Town of Homosassa 24 19 17
Dorothy M. Stiekaey 8,37
Lots 7:1, 28 & 29 Blk
248 Unit#6 Town of 22 Lot 13 Blk 347 Unit #10 23 James W. &

Homosassa 231917. Charles D. cUdiner"; .,16.11. .'. Town of Homosassa 24 19 17 Dorothy M. Stickaey 4,77

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.
Lots 1 to 8 Incl & & Lot 9 elk 350 Unit#11 Mrs. Adrian D. 04

Lots 26 to 34 Incl BIt Town of Homosassa 24 19 17 Joyce >Estate -. ,, ? 9.84!

256 Unit ,#6 Town of 22 J. H. & Ruth r-' ...
Homosassa 231917 E. McClung .'20.23: Lot 28 desc in ORB 99 .
Page 312 less part desc -
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in ORB 98 216 soldto
Page
Lots 1 to 7 Incl Blk 14 .
<
O. F. Allen & less
300 Unit#8 Town of 23 7
241917' Baxter S. John 19J73 part desc In ORB 110 ,
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Homosassa . ; '
"" 404 sold
Page to ,
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4 Ernest Robert Burns. Jr. .i?:. : ':' I
Lot 8 Blk 300 14 1: "
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Unit#3Town . 23 i 10 Acre Tracts: 291917- T:tlaaosrg. .," -. .... 29ilf9r1D
,5.95: .
of Homosassa 241917 Moyer Dozier 0' "
That portion of Lots
54 & 59 desc as -
Lots 11 & 12 Blk 300 14 follows IL
: Commence at j
& Mildred
23 Mayer
Unites 10.32 NW Cor of Lot 54 th
Town of Homosassa 24 19 17 Dozier



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S 0 degrees 33 minutes
Lots 7 & 8 less that
03 seconds E: along W
.
of said lots ; .
portion
J .
line of said Lot 54 :
in SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 in
498.26 ft to a pointon
Sec 34 Blk 15 desc in d-, .. '
the Southerly R/W : :
: .
ORB 81 Page 91 Villa 1 .
line of State Rd 490-A
., Sites Adn 34 19 17 Patricia A. Curry> .8.94
said point being POB
:
." .
th Northeasterly with -
Lot 9 Bit 15 '
'
a curve concave South- .. ' .': ,. :, :4.0-I
,: Villa Sites Adn 34 19 17 Unknown : : -
easterly along said ,
,-", ":. ', ; _
R/W line said -
curve .
Lot 10 Blk 15 -
having a radius 1382.69ft :'''> : -. Villa Sites Adn 34 19 17 Unknown 4.04
an arc length of 107. "$....., '.: .: -'
64 ft & a chord of N
60 43 ; "' Lots2,3,4,5&6Blk Franklin J. & '_
degrees minutes :
;, 18 Villa Sites Adn 34 19 17 Robert J. Spruce 18.50
38 seconds E 107.62 ft '
th! leave said R/W line :.,\ .
.... .. Lots 7 to 11 Incl Blk Joyce Woodard Hill '
& run along the West-
18 Villa Sites Adn 34 19 17 & E. M. Hill 15.61
erly shore of a canal "
with the following desc -
Lot 26 Blk 20
courses S 20 degrees
Villa Sites Adn 34 19 17 C..E. Cline 3.32
58 minutes 03 secondsE
93.80 ft South 38 '
10 12 Incl
Lots to
degrees 38 minutes 03
seconds E 64 ft S 31 Blk 26 Villa Sites Adn 34 19 17 Patricia A. Curry 10,32

S degrees 05 minutes 43 < '
Lots 26 to 30 Incl Blk Unknown
seconds E 62. 72 ft S -
16 degrees 48 minutes 28 Villa Sites Adn 34 19.17 12.49

47 seconds W 39.91 ft
Lot 17 less that .
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07 48
S minutes
degrees
17 .. :.
43 seconds E 48.88 ft portion of Lot in .

.to point on the North NWl/4ofSEl/4of
. .. .
Sec 34 Blk 29 desc in '
'shore line ofHomosassa .. . F
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ORB 81 Page 91
th
River run
Southwesterly along .,. .-. ,- "- Villa Sites Adn 34 19 17 Patricia A. Curry 6.04

said shore line 197.45ft
Lot 18 Blk 29 -
plus or minus to an
interesection with the Villa Sites Adn 34 19 17 Harwoods, Inc. 4.04.

West line of Lot 59 th
N 0 degrees 33 minutes N 1/2 of Lot 15 & Lot

03 seconds W along W 17 Blk 32 Villa Sites
line of Lots 59 & 54 Adn 34 19 17 Patricia A. Curry 3.82

270.62 ft plus or minusto
POB desc-in ORB 69 Mathew B. &

Page 44110 Acre Tracts 29 19 17 Georgia Walsh 262.47WD Lots 20 & 21 Blk 1 Christopher. .62.60
U.S.19 #3 Adn 13 20 17

Lot 24 Siesta Shores Lester S. &
S. Unit #2 31 19 17 Barbara J. Harris 48.41WD Lots 19 & 20 Blk E Albert L. & 66,22
US,19 #3 Adn 13 20 17 Isola B. Adams
f'-;
Lots 4, ;5 & 6 except the
Northeasterly 35 ft of Lots 22. 23. 24 & 25
said Lots 4.5&6&a Homosassa Acres 13 20 17 Douglas W. Anderson 87.91

parcel of land joining
Lot 4 Blk 2 on the NE Lot 16 Canal Point Robert D. &

by projection of the ? ,. Unit #2 26 20 17 Virginia A. Bender 207.19

Northeasterly line of "
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said Lot 4 to the Lot 9 Blk DChassahowitzka James T. & Emma A.
Homosassa River on the River 25 20 17 Franklin

SE by Northwesterly line Estates 19.00

of said Lot 4 on the , ,
SW by a projection of Lot 68 26 L.M. & Hildah C.
the Northerly line of Pleasure Acres 35 20 17 Rawlinson 14,16

Carondalet Ave to the
Homosassa River & on Lot 1 Blk B Willola
the NW by the Homosassa '1 ;-: Hts Unit #1 11 18 19 Billy & Edna,Barber 22.50*
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River excepting there
from the Northeasterly Lot 4 Blk E Willola
35 ft of said parcelof Hts Unit#1 111819 Raymond E. Colvin 43.86*

land desc in ORB 81

;,. Page 175 Town of 31 Lots 6. 7, 8 & 9 except
Homosassa 32 19 17 Magnolia Inn. Inc. 996.84WDCarl Rd R/W Wilkerson &
Savary Adn 23 18 19 Josh F. Spooner 44.36-

Lot 5 Blk 19 Town of 31

Homosassa 32 19 17 T. Rehberg 139.01 WD Lot 31 Wilkerson& Irene Forbes -
Savary Adn 23 18 19 Johnston 11.83

Lot 6 Blk 49 Town of 31 Nelson & Betty Lou

Homosassa 32 19 17 Hutchinson 8.24WD Lots 23 & 24 Blk 6 24
Parsons Point 25 18 19 Mary L. Robertson 29.62

Lot 8 Blk 52 Town of 31
Homosassa 32 19 17 Irene Lockle&r 99.63WD Lot 30 Blk 6 24 Harvey G. & Nellie
Parson's Point 25 18 19 Hall 36.74

Lot 12 Blk 61 Town of 31

Homosassa 321917 Lawerence A. Rogers 5.88WDR. Lot 31 Blk 6 24 Larkin J. & -
Parson's Point 251819 Marcella I, Hall 11.83:
Lots 6 & 7 Blk 72 Town 31

of Homosassa 321917Lot E. McGee 10.60WD Lots 8. 9, 26 & 27 Blk 24 Louie C. &
7 Parson's Point 25 18 19 'Louise D. Noyes Jr. 72.32

3 Blk 84 31 Charles J. &
Town of Homosassa 32 19 17 Della Smith 5.88WDJ. Lots 30 & 31 Blk 7 24 James H. & "
Parson's Point 25 18 19 Margaret A. Alvis 86.55

Lots 4 & 9 Blk 90 31 H. & Georgia C. ,
Town of Homosassa 321917 Fulkerson 10.60WD Lot 8 Blk 8 24 Billy J. & -
f Parson's Point 25 18 19 Corene G. Driver 11.83

Lots4,5,8&9BIk91 31 Gurnard W. & .
Town of Homosassa 321917 Virginia E. Seaberg 38.96WD Lots 16. 17. 18. 19 & 20 24 ;" ,
Blk 22 Parsons Point 25 18 19 Betty Bates:43.86.*

Lots 6 & 7 Blk 91 31_
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Town of Homosassa 32 19 17 Edward & Irene Auth 29.51WD Lots 8 to 11 Incl &

Lot 126 Town of N.C. & Wllda S.

Lots 4 & 9 less R/W of Hernando 26 18 19 Bryant ,; d 428.68
ACL RR Co Blk 94 31. ,"-' ,..- -
-Town of Homosassa 32 19 17 William M. Spiller 4.81WD Lots 52 & 86 Town of

Hernando 26 18 19 Baker Miley .. : 90.12
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Lot 3 Blk 107 31 ,. '" .
Town of Homosassa 32 19 17 Ben & Grace Rush 17.70WD Lots 65, 205 & 206 Pearlie

Town of Hernando 26'18 19 Mae Wright '.' 43.86
Lots 1 to 3 Incl Blk 31 '. .. ,3'Colliefc -
112 Town of Homosassa 32 19 17 William M. Spiller 7.OSWD Lots 145 & 146 Townof -

Hernando 26 18 19 Kate Page:: i :11.12-
E.l/2 of Lot 10 Blk 137 31 '. - .. ;" ,,'
Town of Homosassa 321917 James R. Lanier. Jr. 5.09WD That part of Fractional -
SW 1/4 of Sec 19 lying "I

Lot 21Moreland Roland:: Freeman & N of County Rd known ,- .
Park 33"19 17 Marion Faune Sr. 10.6OWD as University Blvd or
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Cornish Rd & design- '
4 6 & 7 Blk 8 :- :
Lots ated DOt Included on -j; : i''t- -
Villa Sites Adn 34-19 17 Louise W. Cameron 9.82 map or plat of Cornish '

Estates Sub said tract
Lots 11 Blk 10 of land being bounded ; ..
Villa Sites Air 34 19 17 It: W. Church 4.04 as follows: On the N -

& E by Lake Tsala ; -f-
Lots 12 to 21 Incl. Elk 10 Arthur = Apopka on the S by the it.
Villa Sites Adn 341917 Anthony Lattavo 22.83 Northerly boundary of '

the R/W of said CountyRd
Lot ll less that portionof -
& on the W by the
Lot 11 in SW 1/4 of E boundary of Lot 1 -

NW 1/4 In Sec 34 Blk 14 . in Blk B of said .
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desc in ORB 81 Page .' "" ii:' Cornish Estates Sub ,>4.; ;.. .= : -
91 Villa Sites Adn34 19 17 Patricia A. Curry' :6.04- desc in ORB 92 Page -

Lot 1 Blk 15 _30 Cornish Estates

Villa Sites Adn 34 19 17 Unknown 4.04 Sub 19 18 20 Regal Corp. 172.29



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Lots 13J1& POB desc in ORB 88
i Lots 10 to 22 Incl Page 535 C. P.SavarySub

l Blk A Hurt's River Edward J. & Mary E. 1719 20 Norman P. Savary 11.27
"E View Hts 2318 20 Hunt 118.16*
Lots 11. 12. 13 & 14 Blk Ray D. & MargaretG.
Lots 3 to 6 Incl & F Pine Hill Adn 181920 Arnold 166.56.. .
Lots 13 to 17 Incl -
&'Lots 19 to 24 Inc Lots 10. 11. 12 & 13 Blk
l'; & Lot 27 B*B Hunt's "Edward J. & Mary E. Brine Hill Adn 1819 '20 Unknown -1E J4.

River View Hts 231820 Hunt 109.41 .. ..
Lots 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. "

i\\ Lots 3 &"4 Blk D Edward J. & Mary E. 11. 12 & that part or
Hunt's River View Hts 23 18 20I Hunt 22.50* portion of Lots 1, 2. 3. : ..1"f3s ,:" -
13,14,15,16,17&30 -
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Lots 31 & 32 less lying N & E of U.s. Hwy $ W\If j.-
, Hunt's River Hts Sub 41 Blk E desc in DB
I, & that part of Lot 33 102 less begin at a
c that lies E of a point on W line of
3 projection of the W Ella St that is N alongW
r boundary of Bay St of line of Ella St a
:
Hunt's River View Hts distance of 150 ft frovl
t C Buck Turner CampSites point of intersectionof
i 2318 20 Edward J. Hum: _22.44 W line of said Ella
St & the N line of the

)"f Lot 6 Blk A Magnolia Henry E. Burkhalter & R/W of State Rd 45 th I
i, Beach Park Unit#1 3318 20 Jerald S. Sheffield 24.64 S along the W line of I
l'-; tI said Ella St a distanceof
I Lot 25 Lecaoto Acres 150 ft to the N line

'I.-. Unit#1 51918 Richard A. Wasko 18.50 of the R/W of State Rd
45 th Northwesterly
.) Lot 2 Blk L New May361818 Max L or Edna M. line of R/W of said Rd
1 field Acres 1st Adn 11918 Williams 11.99 #45 a distance of 188

.. .. ft th Easterly to POB
Lot 3 Blk L New May361818: dexc in ORB 87 Page '
r field Acres 1st Adn 11918 Ruth M. Dunn 11.99 158 sold to Dave White .
Pine Hill Adn 181920 L. G. Ferris 228,16
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Lot 11 Blk A New May11918
field Acres 61919 Donald Deveney 11.99. Lot 2 Blk 93 Town of
Inverness 17 19 20 Amelia E. Gavin 72,32

Lot 5 Blk B New May11918 Buddy Enterman &
field Acres 61919 Harold Krieger 11.99 40 ft on N side of Lot
I 15 & Lots 16 & 17 Blk Ray D. & MargaretGerald1neArnold
I Lot 7 Blk C New May11918 Lula Craig & 101 Town of Inverness 17 19 20 \ 286.34*
field Acres 61919 Steve Dunn 11.83
r Lot 3 Blk 103
I Lot 10 Blk C New May119 Town of Inverness 17 19 20 L.G. Ferris 22.50* t
I I field Acres 61919 Earl F. Trey 11.83*
Lot 10 Blk 107
Lots 10 & 11 Blk D 11918 Walter D. & Town of Inverness 17 19 20 Lottie Smith Heirs 15.39
New Mayfield Acres 61919 Elizabeth Reed '22.50*
Lots8&9&Lot10 .
Lot 6 Blk F New May11918 less S 10 ft less*N
field Acres 61919 William T. Williams 11.83* lftofSlift of
Lot 10 lying E of a

c Being a part of tract line 100 ft E of a
10 Blk F beginning at :- parallel to W boundaryof
5 the Cor of tract 9 & .. Lot 10 of Elk 120
10 going in a Northerly desc in ORB 79 Page County Land &
direction 93 ft 502 Town of Inverness 17 19 20 Builders Inc. 136.83*

th in a Westerly
. direction 645 ft to a '.'." '" Commence at a stake
15 ft alley desc in .' 50 ft N of SE Cor of
ORB,9 Page 369,less ;. t -.I it i =J'' Lot 2 Blk 126 & run th ,<.1 ,I ;t '. : .
pan desc in ORB 54 W 100 ft to a stake on
Page 148 sold ClintonA. 'h' old SAL RR R/W th N -
Kreimer New May,11918 ." . . 50 ft to another staketh f : ,k,' _
field Acres 6 19 19 Eugene & Effie Feick 10.71 E 100 ft to another
stake which said stakeis
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Lots 1 to 8 Incl Blk }. the NE cor of Lot I
1 & Lots 1 tp 8 Incl r." 2 Blk 126 th 5 SO ft
Blk 2 & Lots 1 to 8 -' to POB desc in ORB 101
Blk 3 1st Adn to ;3.. Page 567 Town of Hubert & Lydia W.
Lecanto ,' 4,19 18 George Kneller 20.73 Inverness 17 19 20 Bailey 11.21

.Lots 3 & 6 Blk 3 1stAdn 3 L. E. orBaker Lots 1 to 4 Incl Blk
to Lecanto 41918 Miley 8.37 70 Indian Hill Sub. 17 19 20 L. G. Ferris 72.32

Lots 4 & 5 Blk 3 1st 3 ll1l.1l L. & CharlotteM. Lot 12 Blk 92 Indian
Adn to Lecanto 41918 WoodarU 9.10 Hill Sub 17 19 20 Bettye June Sadler 12571*

Lot 5 Blk 17 1st Adn 3 Robert & Josephine Lots 36 to 41 Incl Blk
to Lecanto 41918 Sands 8.37 10 Inverness Highlands 11 Thomas &. Isabelle
Unit gl 2 19 19 Tyrrell 14,44*'

Lots 16 & 17 Blk A
f Buckskin Reserve 251919 Joseph M. Dalton 11.12 Lots 1 to 8 Incl Elk
11 Inverness Highlands 11
Lot 169 Sportsmen'sPark Robert E. & Barbara Unit 11 21919 Anthony Marotta 18.78
Sub 61920 B. Howard 236.01
Lots 49 to 52 Incl Blk
Lot 219 Sportmen's 11 Inverness Highlands 11 Robert P. & Ann M. -
Park Sub 61920 Ray Olevins 11.83 Unit 11 21919 Diesu 18,73'

E' Lot 1 Archie W. & Lots 73 to 80 Incl Blk
Norths ide Sub 719 20 Doris T. Dabney 18.94 11 Inverness Highlands 11
Unit gl 2 19 19 Anthony Marotta ,35.81*
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Lot 2 Northside Sub 719 20 Clem Williams 4.71 "'-
Lots 26 to 29 Incl Bit
1 Lots 8 & 14 Blk B-3. Jerry W. & Viola 12 Inverness Highlands 11 Marcel ino & .
f Tsala Park Sub 101920 Yakes 100.79 Unit l 1 21919 Concepclen, Rivas "19.29'
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Lot 10 Bike 3 Ray D. & Margaret Lots 44 to 49 loci Bit
. Tsala Park Sub 101920 J. Arnold 72. 2* 12 Inverness Highlands 11
Unit gl 21919 Mary Pisteae 2f27
t Lot 10 Blk G 3 Standard SupplyCo.
4 Tsala Park Sub 101920 .. Inc. 36.74* Lots 58 t 59 Blk 12
Inverness Highlands. 11 Marcetino & .
)I Lot 2 Blk BLake Ronald & Unit gl 21919 Ceaeepcisfl Rtvas *0,28*
Tsala Gardens 1619 20 Jonnie M.Grumblin 36.74.
Lots 60 & 61 Blk 12

Lot 6 Blk C Lyel W. & Gail Inverness Highlands 11
Lake Tsala Gardens 162920 Whitney 36.74* Unit 11 21919 Joseph F. Doteeal 8166*


r Lot 9 Blk Ci Henry E. & Lois Lots 73 to 76 Incl Blk .
161920 Marie Hewitt 26.06 12 Inverness Highlands 11 .: ,
Lake Tsala Gardens
i i Unit gl 2 19 19 Iabe Tyrrett 181'i'4

I Lot 11 Blk C Clinton R. t '. ." .<

Lake Tsala Gardens 161920 Flo Hudson 36.74 Lots 42 to 45 Incl Blk ...i111 {'

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15 Inverness Highlands '11
2 6 Incl Blk C 16 John & EdnaManfrin -
Lots Lincoln to Park Sub 1719 20 18.94Josepb Unit f i 2'19 19 .< i4arr K. car! .' .w......

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W. & Beryl Lots 50 to 53 Incl Bik 1 ;.
Lots 3 & 4 Blk 4 Sub 171920 H.Monahon 120.72 15 Inverness HftgUands 11 ; -.:
ofSWl4ofNWl4Lots Unit 11 21919 '9lt4riyr Qtlne.rJLJI' .,"... -

l 8 & 9 Blk 4 SubofSWl4ofNWl4 James Glasco E. & Marguerite' 3674. i Lots 63 to 66 Incl Bit ., "

f 171920 Eve 15 Inverness Highlands 11 ellarles He ', -.---
Unit/1 21919. May W. Joses 10."
Lot 17 except begin at
the SE Cor of said Lot Lots 45 to 48 Incl BIt
i I & running thNnftthW3SftthS Inverness Highlands 11 JohnE.ilAnita
Unit gl 21919 White 10.20
72.65 ft-th E 35 ft to


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TAXES DESCRIPTION S.T.R. Acres OWNER & COSTS
DESCRIPTldN S.T.R. Acres OWNER & COSTS

Lots 9 to 12 Incl Blk Lots 97 to 100 Incl "
20 Inverness H1gtilands11 O. B. & Caroline "' Blk 26 Inverness Merlin & i.
Unit jfl 21919 A. Baldwin 10.20* Highlands Unit#8 351819 Josephine Hauge .. f 12.33*
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Lots 33 to 36 loci BIt Lots 34 to 37 Incl Blk
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20 Inverness Highlands 11 Alvaro C.Dandrea 159 Inverness -
Unit 11 21919 Adm. 10.20* Highlands Unit#9 35 18 19 Joseph SchulerJ2.33. *
e . .. ,":: :rq'i ,... .

Lots 89 to 96 Incl BIt Lots 15, 16, 18. 25, 26.. .
20 Inverness Highlands 11 J. M. MarcelDesjardins 28, 30, 33. 38. 41. 42. 43, -; .
Unit #E1 21919 '18.73 47. 58, 59 & Lots 63 to ; "
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69 Incl & Lots 76. 83, '
'1 8 .- 87 89 90 .. , .,. .
Lots to Incl & & Undivided: : .:' s. .
Lots 89 to 96 Incl Blk 1/2 Interest in Lot 91
21 Inverness Highlands 11 Blk 1 Hickory Hill 10 r -,:. .', :' ,
Unit #1 21919 Sylvia M. Donatf. ', .',.".:":36.31. Retreats Unit#1 11 19 20 C. Meyers. Trustee "" 'i11o'.91-
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Lots 1 to 8 Incl Blk .'',,' ,':'', . Lots 14, 40. 53. 57. 60 t ..9l.
25 Inverness Highlands 11 ," 61. 62.185 Blk 1
Unit 111 21919 Alvin Shaw ''...;s. 18:73-, : Hickory Hill Retreats 10 Tom B. Walker,
Unit ffl 1119 20 Trustee 91.12
Lots 71 to 74 Incl Blk
26 Inverness Highlands 11 John A. BogieMatheson Lot 21 Blk 1 Hickory 10 Wendell H. &
Unit 111. 21919 10.20 Hill Retreats Unit #1 11 19 20 Norma P. Eaton 18.73

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Lots 1 to 8 Incl Blk Lot 27 Blk 1 Hickory 10 James & Peggy Ann '
27 Inverness Highlands 11 Hill Retreats Unit #1 111920Lot Thompson 23.00
Unit III 21919 Anna Brewer. 18.73' .

" 78 Blk 1 Hickory 10 James J. & VeverlyW.
Lots 1 to 10 Incl Blk Hill Retreats Unit #1 11 19 20 Hearne 37.25*
32 Inverness Highlands 21919 .

Unit #2. 35 1819 Ruth Wood 23.00: Lot 2 Blk 3 Hickory 10 Tom B. Walker. -
Hill Retreats Unit #1 11 19 20 Trustee 23.00
Lots 63 to 66 Incl Blk

33 Inverness Highlands 2 19 19 Amos Arthur & Bernice Lots 11, 17. 19. 20. 24. / .
Unit #2 351819 L. St. John 10.20 25. 26, 28. 30, 31, 32. 38. 10 .
42. & 46 Blk 4 Hickory 11 C. B. Meyers .- C'
Lots 9 to 12 Incl Blk Hill Retreats Unit #2 14 19 20 Trustee 89.69
! 35 Inverness Highlands 21919 Joseph L.Pichierre. _
! Unit 12! 351819 O. D. 10.20 Lots 35. 37 & 44 Blk 4 10 _

Hickory Hill Retreats 11 Tom B. Walker, .
I Lots 34 to 41 Incl Blk Unit #2 14 19 20 Trustee .. 40.80*
38 Inverness Highlands 21919

. Unit #2 351819 John Howarth Magee. ,18.73 Lots 1. 2. 3. 9 & 14 Blk 10 .' .;
. I' 5 Hickory Hill Retreats 11 C. B Myers.
Lots 34 to 41 Incl Blk Unit #2 14 19 20 Trustee 8.77
46 Inverness Highlands 21919 .<; .
Unit #2 351819 Sylvia, Marotta ,'18.73* Lot 10 Blk 5 Hickory 10
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Hill Retreats 11 Ronnie G. & I..... .
Lots 1 to 9 Incl Blk Unit $2 14 19 20 Betty Sauls -t: 72.82
52 Inverness Highlands 2 19 19

Unit #2. 351819 Ursula Kowalkowskl 20.86* Lots 12, 13. 15 & 17 BIle 10

5 Hickory Hill Retreats 11 . Tom B. Walker, :: ,-
Lots 54 to 61 Incl Blk :: Unit #2 14 19 20 Trustee 30.12
59 Inverness Highlands 21919 EU Bauer Henry & t-
Unit#2 351819 Jacqueline Simet 23.00 Lots 14 & 15 Bile 6 10 10 ; .:'" .

Hickory Hill Retreats 11 C. B. Myers,
Lots 15 to 22 Inc Blk Unit #2 14 19 20 Trustee '";., 23.00
21919 Catalino & .
64 Inverness Highlands l
Unit #2 351819 Delores Cruz 23.00 Lots 2, 12 & 13 Blk 6 10

Hickory Hill Retreats 11 Tom B. Walker
Lots 66 to 73 Incl Blk ". -< Unit #2 14 19 20 .Trustee .AI. ,24.42:
66 Inverness Highlands 21919 John A. & Charlotte,* -,,,: "f'. ,

Unit #2 351819 A. Garfield .. .". ":23.00 Lot 11 Blk 6 Hickory 10 . ,: 'JUT 0-; .
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:. Hill Retreats Unit 11 l. _'
Lots 31 to 35 Incl Blk .. f 2 14 19 20 Willette Torian 12,33-
Inverness Highlands 21919

Unit #2 351819 Gertrude Madayag 12:33.: Lots 12 & 13 Blk 7 10 ,

Hickory Hill Retreats 11 Tom B. Walker
Lots 49 to 52 Incl Blk Unit #2 14 19 20 Trustee .::23.00
74 Inverness Highlands 21919
Unit #2 351819 Gertrude Feeney '10.20 Lots 17 Blk 7 10
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Hickory Hill Retreats 11 Scofield Investment ;
Lots 14 to 19 Incl Blk Unit #2 14 19 20 Company et al J 9774
77 Inverness HighlandsUnit Charles & .
#3 21919 Jean Ferrera 14.46- Lots 3, 4 & Lots 11 to
18 Incl Blk 8 Hickory
Lots 1 to 8 Incl Blk Hill Retreats Unit Southeastern lBVest'j'
92 Inverness HighlandsUnit #3 11 19 20 meat,Group Inc. 144.49
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27:27-: :
#3 21919 Ernest R. Hoffman
Lots 7 & 21 Blk 8 .
Lots 42 to 45 Incl Blk Hickory Hill Retreats Tom B. Walker : '. "
93 Inverness HighlandsUnit Unit#/3 111920Lot Trustee' 15.89
#3 21919 Edna W. Buckner 12.33 r ., :

23 Blk 9 HickoryHill C. B. Myers. 9 ..- ... '
Lots 1 to 8 Incl Blk Retreats Unit #3 1119 20 Trustee 8.77
94 Inverness Highlands Robert P. & .
Unit #3 21919 Ann M. Diesu 23.00 Lots 10. 11. 14, 15 & 17 -

Blk 9 Hickory Hill Tom B. Walker ...
Lots 56 to 63 Incl Blk !. Retreats Unit ff3 11 19 20 Trustee 37.24
99 Inverness Highlands .." 4
Unit#3 21919 Eklridge R. Samuel ::73- Lot 1-A & Lots 4 & 5

Blk Hickory Hill C. B. Myers !
Lots 9 to 14 Incl Blk Retreats Unit#3 '11 19 20 Trustee 30.12*
108 Inverness .

Highlands Unit #3 21919 Edward C. Farrell 14.46. Lots 4 & 6 BIt 12 -" ........ .
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':iLeanore Hickory Hill Retreats C. B. Myers, .
Lots 92 to 99 Incl Blk . Unit$3 111020J11920 Trustee 19.44
114 Inverness '> ; ';, '" :
Highlands Unit #3 21919 Don 23.00* Lots 1. 2 & 3 Blk 13

i Hickory Hill Retreats Tom B. Walkert. t:. -'.
Lots 121 to 126 Incl Unit 13 . Trustee ,'19.44'
Blk 116 Inverness '
Highlands Unit f 3 21919 Phyllis Bernstein 18.73 Lots 7 & 9 Blk 14 "
,' Hickory lUll Retreats { -.
Tom B. Walker .
!"' ,. Lots 1 to 5 loci Blk ':'" Unit 13 111920 :: Trustee 23.00*
Inverness Highlands' Walter B. & .f :' -.' : ,_
::. Unit 14 21919 Olive Bunts 20.86* Lots 3 & 5 Blk 14 -r' : .:-,' .t. -, ,._,.', r.'"..
r ,-.z fJ#. Hickory Hill Retreats -- C. B. Myers
.,.r Lots 40 to 43 Incl Blk "" ...:. Unit #3 111920 Trustee .' 19J44*:
87 Inverness Highlands : "''''"'"'- -: d':1is ...
Unit f 4 21919 Ester Cracchfolo li,46'-

..1 ofi'", '. 's:.-#.;;; ,t--
Lots 6 & 9 Blk 15
Lots 82 to 85 Incl Blk "', .'p "'--.
Hickory Hill Retreats
88 Inverness Highlands '" ,
Unit #4 21919 Patrick j. Kelly 14.46. Unit/3 11 19 20 C. B. Myers. Trustee ; '12J6. *

Lots 15 & 16 Blk 22
Lots 32 to 35 Incl Blk "
125 Inverness Joseph & ABtenette* -* ;v- Hickory Hill Retreats Frank C. & Barbara "
Highlands Unit fi 21919 Carozza 16.60 Unit#5 111920Lot Stanley Jr. 38.00*

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Lots 75 to 78 Incl Blk .. 13 Blk 23 Hickory Frank C. & Barbara
125 Inverness < Hill Retreats Unit fS 111920. .P.Staaley.. Jr., Trustee 12jiS

Highlands Unit i 4 21919 Jena Eugene Heward 16.60
Lots 1 to 30 Incl Blk ...- . ,
50 1 & Lots 1 to 14 Incl :"--.1 _
Lots 43 to Incl Blk
k.,' Blk2&.Lotslt05.IDeI .
137 Inverness Walter & '
Highlands Unit#4 21919 Cakha Munch 31.54 Blk 3 & Lots' 1 to
27' Incl Blk 4 & Lots
1 to 14 Incl Blk 5
Lot 22 Bit 1
Inverness Highlands Merlin & Ben Mel Estates George L &
unit 1 S 361819 Josephine Hauge 12.33 Unit /1 131919 Hattie Mekcr 3t ..ro6C *



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DESCRIPTION S.T.R. Acres OWNER &TomS DESCRIPTION S.T.R. Acres OWNER & TAXES COSTS

20 ft off E side of

Lot 5 & running the Lots 1 & 2 Blk 4 & .
entire length thereof Lots 2 to 7 Incl less
& all those parts of ...i ..'- ,s Lot 7 Blk 5 &Lots 5
Lots 57 & 73 lying W ::y.-- to 7 Incl Blk 6 &
of SAL RR Fletcher Lots 1 to 6 Incl Bik12&Lotsl&2Blk

Heights '1319-19, N. C. Bryant V .V.; 7.21* 14
: 15 Town of Floral City 15 20 20 l-C, Ferris; 46.86
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SE 1/4 of Lot 6 ," r _' "A':
Fletcher Heights 131919All Lyda Fletcher 8.27* Lot 10 & Lots 12 & 13
Blk 15 & Lots 2. 12 & :

Lots 7 less NW 1/4 .....- 13 Blk 19 & Lots 2 & ..Li. ,., .
& All Lot 8 & Lot.11 .- -. 4 Blk 20 & Lots 1 to .
All that part of Lot .--'. >. ;. :. .. 4 Incl Blk 21 Floral '
12 that lies S of State -' City Investment Co 15 20 20 L.G. Ferris *&&*' *45.86
Rd 44 all of Lots 13 ;: 0"" : ... .!i! bct'JIIIIIIIftIft.-. .. :-
to 26 Incl 40. 41. 42. 43. Commence at the SW Cor .' -:..<;#.;;_:

44. 53. 54,55 & all that ; \ .. 20
;.;: ; of Lot 1 Bile th E
part of Lot 56 that .....'...,. along the R/W of
lies W of SAL RR R/W . Jefferson St 200 ft
& all that part of Lots (.. l < ; "- L th N 225 ft th W 200
45 & 52 that lies ft th S 225 ft to the
within 33 ft of the .N ,. : -
POB desc in ORB 48 Page
center line of HighlandAve 439-Floral City
less E 17.40 ft of .: JV.V ;s .' Investment Co. 15 20 20 L D. BurkettV 18.89
Lots 45 & 52 desc in V #" s'. .r". .

ORB 82 Page 393 sold to .....- Part of Lot 6 Blk 2
Francis W. Williams :fr ,'7i less Rd desc in ORB .
less & except the R/W ,; '" ':'" bt.t 14 Pages 461 & 463 & .r
of Highland Ave of ORB 86 Pages 304 &

. Fletcher Heights all -' V., ; t. 307 & ORB 93 Page 419 . Thomas R. Dowson &
that part of Lots 74. < __ Moon's 2nd Adn 15 20 20 George M. Saunders 163.29)
75. 86. 110. 114 & 116 V I f- ,
that lies W of SAL RR ',_. ,-'.: I4- Lots 4 & 5 Blk A Cary & OliveDiJUnger
R/W & all of Lots 76, .,or .-.ft1t"oo<;. Anderson's Sub 15 20 20 8.27!
77. 78. 79. 80. 82. 84 & V' ": ' '
112 desc in ORB 30 Page '. ?t- 4'. .':!.' Lot 11 Bile C Thomas E.
182 & SW 1/4 of Lot 6 descin ,"' -1 .';. Anderson's Sub 15 20 20 AndersonWilliam .fbl-,
ORB 104 Page 8 & 146 ," ;;" ,,:! .;." .9 ','"
& less all that part of .. \ ; .,., ; Lot 4 Blk A
Lots 8, 11. 12. 13, 22. 23. : Hammock Hill Sub 22 20 20 L. Siers 11.83'
24. 25. 26 & 40 includedin ...:: .',. 't ,- .,.,.
the Plat of Ben Mel f .. .- Lot 5 Blk B Frank & Sandra Ann .
Estates recorded in Lake Shore Sub 22 20 20 Abram 54.53
Plat Book 4 Page 7
Fletcher Heights 13 19 19 George L Melter .375.50' Lots 23. 24. 25 & 26 David B. & Bessie L.
Blk G U.S,19 No. 3 Adn. 13 20 17 Coleman 98,75"
W 1/2 of Lot 58 .
Fletcher Heights 13 19 19 David 1-. Stake 8.27 A tract of land in SE
1/4 of Sec 36 desc as
Lot 60Fletcher Robert C. & follows: Begin at SE
Heights 13 19 19 Carolyn Wilkerson 36.74 Cor of said Sec run -
th S 89 degrees 20
Lot 32 Eden Gardens Roy D. & Hazel: L. minutes W 2314.9 ft
First Adn 12 19 20 Davis 11.83 th N 6 degrees 21
minutes W 136.2 ft to
Lot 8 Colony Joseph W. & V the POB th continueN
Estate Sub 24 19 20 Catherine B. Tikey 6.13 6 degrees 21 minutes
W 60 ft th N 72 degrees -
Lot 42 Colony William L. & 10 minutes W
Estate Sub 24 1920 Lillian M. Pearce 6.13 along the Southwesterlyline

of Lot 40 River
Lots 7& 8 Blk 3 Joseph S. & Bend Sub to the back
Lake Estate 26 19 20 hazel 1'. Howe 22.50! V waters of the With- .
f .
lacoochee River th "
Lot 30 Blk SLake David & : i ; Southwesterly along 1-
Estates 26 19 20 Anita G. Mafrici 11.83, the meanderings of said
water 60 ft to a point '
Lot 45 Blk 5 Ronald & Roberta that is N 72 degrees
Lake Estates 26 19 20 Maidment 11.83 10 minutes W from the
POB d S 72 degrees 10
Lot 18 Bile 15 Richard D. & minutes E to the POB
Lake Estates 26 19 20 Marion Clark 11.83 desc in ORB 44 Page 261 .36 16 17 Albert Chaky .45.68

Lot 1 Blk 7 31 20 18 Smyth Hill Investment Govt Lots 13. 14 & Port Caribee Develop
Oakdale Estates Sec 1 36 20 17 Club of Smyth Road 53.21 15 12 1715 121 ment Co:. Inc.181889

Lot 9 & 18 Blk A Commence at SE Cor of
Rutland Estates Reginald S. & SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of
Unit #1 81921' Marion J. Webster 55.03 Sec 3 run N 0 degrees 16
minutes W along the E
Lot 62 Blk 1 Sec line 690.20 ft th N <
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With-La-Popka Islands 81 degrees 01 minuteW
Unit #I 1 20 20 Anthony A>:liano 23.00 124. 90 ft to a pointon ..
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the W boundary of -
Lot 95 Blk 8WithLa1'opka U.S. Hwy 19 said point
islands Paul J. & V being the point of be-
Unit#3 361920 Anita D. I'rivey101.29* ginning from the POB
thus desc run N 81 degrees ;
; Lot 3 Blk 23withLaPopka 01 minute along the S l
Islands boundary of Co Rd 400.10ft
Unit #3 36 19 20 Cecil perry 18.73* th S 0 degrees 16 -
! minutes E 488.45 ft th
Lot 14 Lake Shore Curtis li. & Maude N 89 degrees 42 minutes E .
Manor 10 20 20 Bullock 16.10: 453.45 ft to a point on
the W boundary of U.s.
.
Lots 1 & 2 Blk AKeatingsDevilNeck Hwy 19 th Northerly
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Ralph B. & Grace : along the W boundaryof
Sub #4 11.20 20 Gingrich V 65.71' U.s. Hwy 19 to the .. ..
.... POB desc in ORB 18
Lot 3 Blk 1 except Page 378 less part .. .. .
that part owned by ".- sold Kirk M. Baker -
Church desc in ORB 78 Willis & Minnie ':, .... which is parcel #2 descin
Page 231 Finneys Adn 10 20 20 Lee Mandy 12.83.. ORB 17 Page 186 &
less & except 2 tracts
That part of Lot 3 less .'.4 ,!, desc as follows: Commence -
part sold Elmer Davis -.. . ; : at the SE Cor of
:
Blk 1 which is desc in V ; V : . - Sec 3 run th N 0 degrees
ORB 10 Page 297 less '.V ': 16 minutes 290 ft along:
part desc in ORB 64 V jf' the Sec line run th S 89
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Page 245 sold Gamble . '. : degrees 42 minutes W ""

& that part of Lot 4 .'. / .'. 64.80 ft to the WesterlyRW
less part sold Vinnie \fj -;: line of U.s. Hwy.
Blk 1 which is 19 being the POB of
Cross
M.
; :
:
: :;
lands herein
desc In ORB 5 Page 38 nt', : '.' corneyedfrom
desc '; the POB thus
& less part in ORB 1"P
.- ., desc run th S 89 degrees I
64 Page 245 sold Gamble .: i;>. .
42 minutes W 453.45 ft ; -t-r* '
& less part desc in ; i'. '3" :
to W point th N 0 degrees
ORB 107 Page 522 sold .. . .
16 '
to Charles Hale & Lot :....... . .:.. ...1:1.. i" ._:', th N 89 minutes degrees W 42 200ft '--iP1; 'to.
1 less that part W of :.'- : 1.-1" V .
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; . minutes E to Easterly : 4.-
V
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Hwy 41 & Lots 3 & 4 - '
Blk 6 Sub of SE 1/4 . ... ',. k.:',-' 4 .g"", th R/W line of U.s. Hwy 19 < .
102020 Floyd Daily . 28,44*- Southeasterly along
of 5W l/f '
the said R/W of the POB
& commence at SE Cor
Lots 1. 2&3BlkC 11 of Sec 3 run th N 0 degrees
Walter's Duval Island 14 20 20 L. G. Ferris 54.53 16 minutes W 290

ft along the Sec line -' r- -. .
Nl/2ofLot31 or ...., -
11.83* run th S 89 degrees 42 "
Williamson's Adn _152020I Cicero Williams
minutes W 518.25 ft th
N 0 degrees 16 minutes
, I Lot 39Williamson's 8.27 W 200 ft th N 89 degrees
Adn 15 20 20 Alida Williams




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TAXESDESCRlP'I1ON
S.T.R. Acres OWNER & COSTSr DESCRIPTION S.T.R. Acres OWNER

42 minutes E 100 ft to ., 8 less & except N 25 ..
POB run th N 0 degrees -' ft & E 25 ft reserved .

16 minutes W to a point ' > for Rd with easementas
.' of record desc in Walter Sondra, .
'
on S boundary of the -
5- '. .
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Co Rd said point hereinafter ORB 112 Page 128 8 17 18 .Trussell. Jrv-- : 6U16
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referred to as "- .
point A begin again at Tract 0 2 Circle M ,
the POB run th N 89 degrees Ranchettes desc as -
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42 minutes E 20 follows: NE 1/4 of SW :

ft run th N 0 degrees ._ '1-i f ,A....<-:.--. \'j x' 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Sec .
16 minutes W to S '" .< 8 less & except W 25 .
of Co Rd j ;r3'r ; 'f ftE25ft&theS2Sftreserved "
boundary run .
,. ,
th N 81 degrees 91 ,: :,. .. .. .:.._ :',. for Rd with ,': ',,'.;.
minutes W alongS / J. ); : ; easement as of record Clem Edison & j'I- ;" :is-
boundary of jCoRd ; desc in ORB 89 Page 427 81718' Mildred Ware ; __ . -i'. a
t. ": ;; ,
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to point hereinabove : .
referred to as point A : "!'. ,."'. That part of N 1/2 of .<", : /' :,,' :
. ,.
desc in 107 ;' of ACL S ; <<
ORB Page Francis N. & NE 1/4 lying N :
.
454 3 17 16 : Ruth G. Russell . .129.12* RR Citronelle Branch G. A. & Corrie ,"'--ri r'
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'i12 .
b =
t.:. desc in ORB 11 Page 484 91718 Leath Mills ., '" :,
Lots 1. 6. 7, 8. 15. 22 & j
23 of proposed Caribee ,:' E 3/4 of N 1/2 of NW S :. f;. ;...<<. .'
Shores an unrecordedPlat ', 1/4 desc in DB 94 .: .',' :; -
with easement as page 86 less pan desc .', l
of record desc in ORB. Francis N. & in ORB 109 Page 356 S "?t *'. .
107 Page 451 5 17 16 Ruth G. Russell : 181.08 sold to Bonnie E. Roof <. < '-fr.
. '.' .V
& less that pan included \;
S 1/2 of NW 1/4 of SE in Marmoor Hts "
1/4 & E 1/2 of SW 1/4 Sub recorded in Plat Harry W. & -:' '. .:.. .,J. '
& SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 25 17 16 140 Don McGuire Trustee 357.00* Book 4 Page 11 32 17 19 40 Ralph J. Marlow>: VA.. 40.24 >

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A tract of land: situated Begin at the point of . : ..,,-', ,
in SW 1/4 of Sec 9 r. ". -O.! ,: interesection of the N :, ""- ,t..; '. '::
said tract of land: more '. boundary of SW 1/4 of < ,..j. .....4.1 :. .
particularly desc as SE 1/4 of Sec 35 & the =-'iJ,, X ..;- '
follows: Commence at -i Westerly R/W line of k ;,.. ; ;. ,_.:t ,t.' .

a concrete monument J .:'; -<, c. State Rd 200 th run N .' .I. '. .
1377.60 ft E & 2200.26 ;; 41 degrees 52 minutes 'r. oA'.
'
ft N of the SW Cor of .. E along and with said .' ; .A r,
Sec 9 & run N 12 de- ;'. R/W line 217.06 ft th t '., .
grees 07 minutes 36 run N 48 degrees 08 >r. .
seconds E 100.0 ft to an -, minutes W 200 ft for a L:'"-
iron pipe at the POB th : POB th run N 38 de- ': .- '
run N 12 degrees 07 grees 08 minutes W t. ';0-,' .
minutes 36 seconds E 50.0 167.10 ft th run N 50 ,
ft to an iron pipe th runS degrees 12 minutes E
, N 57 degrees 22 minutes 50.57 ft th runS 48 de- 5 .
34 seconds W 154.75 ft grees 08 minutes E : f. .
more or less to the 159.79 ft th run S 41
mean high water line of degrees 52 minutes W '
the back water of theWithlacoochee 50.00 ft to the POB f- '
River th said tract also known '
run S 33 degrees 31 as Lot 109 Hernando's: .
_
minutes 23 seconds W Hideaway Sub an unrecorded : "
along the mean high Plat desc in James K. & .
water line of the back .' ORB 104 Page 280 35 17 19 Joann D. Ayers ,19,561
water of said Withla ,,' .. : ; .
coochee River 63.72 ft more Begin 950 ft N of the

or less th run S 63 degrees ..i ., SE .Cor of SW 1/4 of . -
04 minutes 24 seconds SE 1/4 in Sec 35 for a . 1
E 174.10 ft more or less :. POB th run W 150 ft '
to the POB desc in ORB Bruce & Nadine --. ''', th run N 50 ft th run E
106 Page 339 9 17 17 .Howell ->- .-34.94* 150 ft to POB known as
_, . Lot 25 of Hernando's .. .' '. '. _
E 52 ft of SE 1/4 of SE ': '.. Hideaway an unrecorded -S ,. : '
1/4 of Sec 15 desc in . .<.: Plat desc in ORB 84 ./ '
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ORB 98 Page 439 15 17 17 Dottle May vis15.89* Page 459 35 17 19 David Edwin page 9.42

1
'.' NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Govt Lot 1 in Sec 8 5 5 ,
SE 1/4 151717 10 J.E. Driggers : 8.27 except that part of .
Govt Lot 1 desc in DB : ; ;
1 Acre in Cor of NE > 50 Page 52 owned by 'F ..f; } "
1/4 of SW 1/4 2017 17 1 Unknown 4.71 A. D. Williams Heirs

.) ,. & Govt Lot 4 in Sec 9 ? .' .-
Begin at SE Cor of SE fi & Govt Lot 1 in Sec 8 ., .J ,
1/4 of SE 1/4 th N 420 17 desc in ORB 31 9 John N. & '

ft th W 210 ft th S 420 ; Page 537 17 18 16 Frances Arfaras 366,1$
ft th E to POB ciesc in George & ,-. *.,-, ; << ,
ORB 11 Page 119 22 17 17.. 2 Eva Rouse : ,, '. '- 9.77* An Island in Crystal S .Jl'. :'.
: River in Sec 9. Twp 18

NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of SE : .: ,1. Rgn 16 containing less ...t'L: '..
1/4 less Hwy & less : : ,, ,: than 1 acre located > .' .. .
ACL RR desc in ORB Middleton' #, '. '; : about 660 ft NE from '._ "'_ ',.- .
105 Page 190 27 17 17 10 Mining Co.. Inc. 535.44, the Northeasterly
'i- boundary of Govt Lot :.--'f.. "
W 1/2 of NW 1/4 except .. \= 4 of said Sec desc in -,,' 4i4 f.
Commence at the NW Cor it. ;; ORB 43 Page 118 -91816' <- *John N..Arfaras;>'-':' 15.99

of said Sec th E 628.55 .- .' .... 4".I
ft th S 1326.50 ft th \\ - _(4 Govt Lots 1 to 6 Incl & i '.,
628.55 ft th N 1326.50 .: > "J W 1/2 of SE 1/4 & SW <',;.c ,;, I> ..
ft to the POB desc in Glenco .;..- 1/4 & Govt Lots 1 to 15 'f,',:
ORB 108 Page 302 31718 60 Investment. Inc. 110.91 Incl Sec 27 & Govt Lots < .

4c5. ; 1 to 17 Sec 28 & Govt. ._ '
That pan of E 1/2 of .. ',,,; . : Lots 1. 3. 4 & 5 Sec 29 S. S
Sec 4 lying S of State . .' o{ .:'.'a & Govt Lot 1 Sec 30 & ..
Rd 488 less NW 1/4 of '.- .. : =
Govt Lots 1 to 12 Sec = s ;.
NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 & -., -.: 31 & Govt Lots'1 to 14 i' ;.. -.
less the R/W of State .S, ,."".... Sec 32 & Govt Lots 2 : :
Rd 488 desc in ORB 2 <> to 11 Sec 33 & Govt ,

Page 456 less part desc Lots 2 to 23 except ..! -4 g4;;
in ORB 56Page 72 sold Lots 10 & 12 Sec 34 .;: h'" :(; _
Falcinelli & less pan ..-"' less N 1320 ft of Govt ,- t" ..0': ;. .ol-.' ; 55 5 .
desc in ORB 87 Page 546 Lot 18 & less Govt Lot '" :# I= ;; )...t n .
sold to C. W. Dias & less 12 & NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 f) .
pan desc in ORB 96 Page ," & W 1/2 of NE 1/4 & E ""J. Y .:',' {,l.p*
74 sold to Harry L. Sut- 1/2 of NW 1/4 & NW 1/4 ., fIIiJ'iilt.. .-: .
ton & less pan desc in of NW 1/4 & E 1/2 of ::: .;ti .....
ORB 95 Page 28 sold ;-. SW 1/4 & Govt Lots 1 'Trustee of:'" "f r':
to R. G. Headrick & less 'i" : > part desc in ORB 107 Page v ,; 4 '>> 'L a ; 1.1. Puo.i ;_.. ;::, ;;;; "S4

366 sold to Wilbur A. : ,.,./:: : 3--- Lots 2 to 5 Incl & -0.1. ..,:, .:i:. r
!{:-"' : ,.0....... ,
Heath & less desc -.1
part Lots 8 to 12 Incl Lot '. ; = ". !I"""
in ORB 103 Page 478 ::- 'n-: 2 .
F & Lots 7 to 16 Incl ; ;
.. sold to Joseph F. Schonder ... -",. ., .',,:'!'., BIt C of an unrecorded ., .' , & less desc in ORB :-:"'>"'" 4 '. ,-
pan . Plat of Sunny Isles f. 108 Page 384 sold to George A. &> :'F"'J x*. Estates desc in ORB David ''' .' .
,
Kenneth B. Watsoa11718 307 Corie Leath Mills 176.85*. A. &
109 527
r c*., Page 34 18 16 Lois C. Davis '47:5if:
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NE 1/4 ot'"NEV-I ofNW .5;
10
Govt Lot 341816
1/4 & NW 1/4 of NW'1/4 '- 5 Mabel B.Carder ii.99-. .

of NW 1/4 less RD RWI 17 18 20 R. L. Bellamy 19.. t. 23, 25 & 26 of Ronnie's -
All of W 1/2 N of center }: ,:".; '
line of State Hwy 480 Hideaway an unrecorded Gordon H. &
desc in ORB 11 Pg 21 E. A. & Libby ';.'; >? Plat 34 18,16 Bernice P., Green. 36.29
'' I 'r '
& ORB 76 Page 131 6 17 18 153 M. Grenade l08.91i.." Lot 24 of Rom e.s ."' '

Hideaway lying in the
Tract M3 Circle M 1320 S
N ft of Govt Lot -
Ranchettes more 18 Sec 34 and more
particularly desc as
particularly desc as
follows: SW 1/4 of SW follows: Commence at
1/4 of NW 1/4 of Sec SE Car of Twp 18 South

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- 16 East.run W 10, Govt Lot 5 less pan
"
437.94 ft th run N 07 ".:" :, ,_. ;-.: .,y ;h ::.. in Sunny Shores Sub & .
degrees 45 minutes 00 or;' ..... W 1/2 of SW 1/4 desc
seconds W 240 ft th run :' Y. .. y in ORB 37 Page 61 less -

N 39 degrees 13 minutes .. '. pan in Sunny Shores Loxine Greiner.. ..
23 seconds W 101.3 ft ', Sub 20 18 IT 100 Trustee S 4.8i
th run S 67 degrees 01 .

minute 37 seconds W 23. '. "fI" ._ ,- A portion of Govt Lot
5 ft to POB th run S : .', riW..; ::::; : "- 6 desc as Lot 2 of .
07 degrees 16 minutes >J;:' '"i "t. ',' Crystal Isle Sub an v.

37 seconds W 98.8 ft th ;'" 't ...: ._' ';'. <'., unrecorded Sub desc in Edward. &, .

run S 80 degrees 31 ----h; t. -.j ORB 70 Page 429 20 18 17 Mae L.:..Addis .....-' 147.24
37 seconds W
minuteS L--- '.'
185.9 ft tii run N 37 ;;: ;';t ; Commence at SW Cor of :
24 minutes 00 1/4 of of .
degrees . >$;' "--T SE NE 1/4 Sec
seconds W 50 ft th run ...;,.*. 21 run th N 0 degrees _
N 67 degrees 01 minute .. "' '- 41 minutes W 210 ft th '
37 seconds E 233 ft '. ',:. ', ;'i E 182.11 ft to the POBth
back to POB desc in ORB Charles H. &_.' ,;.., ,..".' continue E 230.99 '
110 Page 215 34 18 16 :. Dora L Field.53 ..:., ), 29.61 ft th N 0 degrees 41
': t. minutes W 33.1 ft to

Lot 4 of Ronnie's Hide ,. :' the S R/W line of U.S.
:' 19 th N 61
Hwy degrees
away lying in the N '; 0,
1320 ft of Govt Lot 18 : ;;.:, ,;, 42 minutes W 261.9 ft -

Sec 34 & more particularly ...> :.... >- ... ,., along chord th S 157.27 "
.
desc as follows: -y. '. ft to the POB desc in .."
Commence at SE Car . ORB 105 Page 492 less .
of Twp 18 South Rgn ,.- '. part desc in ORB 61
16 East run W 10, 387. Page 292 & less pan .
94 ft th N 07 degrees desc in ORB 105 Page .
45 minutes 00 seconds W 444 soldto, Lewis K. J. H. & Ruth E' .

193.94 ft to POB th run Runnels 21'18 17 McChmg' }> ,822
N 07 degrees 45 min-
Begin at NW Cor of SE
utes 00 seconds W 75 .
ft th run N 59 degrees 1/4 of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 :
13 minutes 23 seconds of Sec 22 & run 240 ft E '
for a POB th run N 208ftE208ftS2I8ftW
26.30
W ft th run N 56 .'
degrees 41 minutes 03 .
seconds E 197.03 ft th 208 ft to the POB desc B.,E. &, Rutiue.M.t
rim S 23 degrees 26 in ORB 97 Page 34 22 18 17 lleat1y.:a *.."t 10,87: ,

minutes 39 seconds E
. Begin at NW Cor of SE -
61.02 ft th run Southwesterly i .{ r
50 ft to a :' 1/4 of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 Y
point that is N-55 degrees ...." of Sec 22 run 340 ft E .
20 minutes 41 \ for a POB th run N 100 !
seconds E 165.63 ft ft th E 100 ft th S 100 .- 0/ ",- ,
from the POB th run S '. r":. ft th W 100 ft to POB 1
55 degrees 20 minutes 3ff...y.': desc in ORB 98 Page
41 seconds W 165.63-ft -. >.' .-l-- 501 22 18 17 ,Robert MCKInnonl. ,11.37
back to roB,all lying in .\.,", : ...... rs :' 'j,:'
Sec 34 desc in ORB 107 David A. Davis . o. . ,. .t. Lot 8 being a 5 Acre
Page 493 341816 et al -, 34.23 Lot or B 1/2 of SE 1/4 "
: 't" :>- of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of .

SW 1/4 & S 1/2 of NW James P. & Sec 22 desc in ORB 102 O. H. & Hazel- -'
1/4 & NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 1 18 17 280 Grace Calhoum 171.05* Page 227 22 18 17 Hopkins :. 20,73:

SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 7 18 17 40 Davjd Winnick73.45' 1 Acre Square in NW
Cor of NE 1/4 of SE

3 1/2 Acres in SW Cor of 1/4 of SW 1/4 desc in Alfred Heatly \
'
SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 desc Pinkie Hopkins : t ORB 24 Page 224 22 18 17 Estate,,: 46'.52E

in DB 31 Page 258 7 18 17 31/2 Estate, ; .. ,> '7.44 ;

1/2 of SE 1/4 of NW
S 1/2 of SW 1/4 of SW ":
1/4 of NE 1/4 less part .
1/4 lying W of old s-.c7 . .
. desc in ORB 90 Page 557 I
Crystal River Rd & .. : :;
sold to Flora Mae Brooks
that portion of the S in Cor of W -
.. & 1 Acre SE
i "
!/2ofSEl/4ofSW .p 1/2 of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 / '. -
1/4 W of old ''' t
;
Crystal 221817 6 Brooks21.73
River Rd desc in ORB S .....,mM, ..;: ......:;::<< of NE 1/4 James

75 Page 385 & 388 8 18 17David WlnnickS: -:{' 57.88. S 1/2 of NW 1/4 of NW
.... . . '
*
> .JI; 'a.i. *!>
of
1/4 of SW 1/4 S Hwy .
SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 except '-.tT: .: ..... ;;-: : 44 desc in ORB 36 Page John N. & -
W 1/2 of SW 1/4 :: ,' : ...;' :S 499 & ORB 77 Page 480 23 18 17 5 Frances Arfaras 12,99'
of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 >

less Hwy 81817 29 O. H. Hopkins :" 'L 110.09; W 310 ft of S 1/2 of SW

1/4 of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 .,
N313ftoftbeS523 W 310 ft of all that pan
ft of W 347 ft of SW of NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of .
!/4ofSWl/4ofSW II. l.. & SW 1/4 N of 44 desc in. f. . .
1/4 15 18 17 250 Charlotte Woodard -- 73.95, ORB 78 Page 507 23 18.17 Zelneta Wilson, 21.28
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,' '
.t- ) :! -
: !"'",
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the :, : .J. ;
Commence at NW Commence at SW Cor of
...
.
'" .. .' ,
of of ; : '
Cor SW 1/4 SE Sec 24 th E along S
1/4 of Sec 18 & roD S .:!". < t>:. boundary: of SW 1/4 of .
.
89 degrees 33 minutes ,..'f.. ....,.,. SW 1/4 of Sec 24 160.76 .
.. ...,
50 seconds E 261.5 ft :... ;. ,'!- t. ft to POB th continue E
,
to the POB th continueS ---t-. 100 ft th N 0 degrees 05 .
89 degrees 33 minutes minutes 20 seconds W -
50 seconds E 80 ft run to a point in SoutherlyRW

th S 0 degrees 06 min- of State Rd 44 th -,.
utes E 110.3 ft more or along the Southerly
.,
less to the waters of a R/W of State Rd 44 N
50 ft Canal as desc in '; 49 degrees 58 minutes ', .

that certain deed from W 120 It th S 0 degrees a- .....
Woodland Estates. Inc. ;'- 05 minutes 20 seconds -_<,= ., -
to Citrus County dated : .. E 398.00 ft to POB all s
March 3, 1961 filed for being in that portion -
-
record May 2. 1961 in ." .'" of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 .
ORB 101 Pgs 251 & .*' V s-. . S of State Rd 44 desc Labron R. & JuanfeaH. ';- ...
252 run th N 70 degrees '; : .. ORB 69 Page 143 24 18 17 H. Allen 31.88
12 minutes 30 seconds ,- "46:....; :. .....
W along the N boundary.**:'z .' Southerly 1/2 ofNorthwesterly ,<" t
of said Canal a distance ; 1/4 of
of 85.08 ft run th NO' : : ., -. Northeasterly 1/4 of -' 'h ",

degrees 06 minutes W 'f, ,',:. ...._. r- -- Southeasterly 1/4 .
88.0 ft more or less ':.-;'..; "_. known as Lot 15 less '. ,
to the POB desc in ORB ; Clyde B. & Leila ',: .. R/W desc in ORB 103 i.- ,. I
27 18 18 17 R- MaeHiatt---- 65.04 34SWl4ofSWl4 2618 17 .
110 Page Page Roy & Anna. Ackerly. .;38,46
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Begin at SW Cor of - ,. 261811._ 40 Richard J.Rebettsea. -;..'...Mf.
.., r '
Govt Lot 1 tb run E ; ._ ;, : ,
40 ft along S boundary '. ;. NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 & S ...: .
line of Govt Lot.1 th .'.: g.t-. 1/20fSEI/4&NE ,:,,."
'n.\; -. "' :. ." '
N parallel with the W /4ofSWl/4iSE
boundary line of said ':" 1/4 of NW 1/4 & S 1/2
Govt Lot 1 210 ft th .. of S 1/2 of NE 1/4 of 5
E parallel with S boundary NW 1/4 & that pan of '
line of said Govt Nl/2ofSWl/4ofSW
-
Loll 180 ft th N .- 1/4 E of U.S. Hwy 19 271817 213 Richard J. Rebertsea. .364.6t. ..
parallel with W boundary -
line of said Lot 1 a ;; L ', 1 Acre in NE Cor ofNl2ofSl2ofSW -

to waters edge of . .l>"' .t-: .
Crystal River th West- > fi' 1/4 of SW 1/4 271817 1. Samuel St. Clair 26,46
erly along waters edge "- .
to W boundary line of N 1/2 of SE 1/4 of r z Horaosassa CrystalSW
Govt Lot 1 th S along 1/4 271817. 20 River Islands: Trust 2280'i

W boundary line of Govt -. '
Lot 1 to POB less & >4'; ' .' '} Commence at SE Cor of

except the S 50 ft Sec 28 th N 0 degrees .
deeded to Citrus County 56 minutes 34 seconds
for Rd R/W purposes desc Jolm Ii Frances W along the E boundary
in ORB 60 Page 274 19 18 17.Arfaras 157.24 of said Sec 23 1889.11TAXES




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El/2ofWl/2ofSE -

ft to a point in theo .._ _ 1/4 of NE 1/4 & all that

center line King's l.ni......... -w.- part of E 1/2 of W 1/2 of ..' .

J" Bay Rd said point being ,.;_ a ,4 :. : .. :, .... NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 S of : '. : : .
r on a 4 degree 00 minute .-. -4'..-. ...- _- Rd 22 31 18 18 12 G. E. Bower Jr. _34T68
curve concave Southeasterly -
1 i & having a ::., Wl/2ofSWl/4 31 18 18 80 Hooten &'McLean.Inc' ; "5899

I radius of 1432.69 ft th .- ,
-
J : Southwesterly along _,. ." ',', Commence at the SW Cor
\ center line curve a .; chord bearing an dis- "- ; :. < running th N 2640 ft to

< tance of S 57 degrees 'Ui \ p ;> . a stake th E 158 1/2 ft ,'" ,_

09 minutes 13 seconds :,' :. ,, : ... ,'. to a stake on W boundary .t; -.1" .;>.; .
i W 30.24 ft to the point ,. of Hwy 200 th in a Southerly f. ...
k .
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of said
of tangency ,e. direction along the

I 1 center line curve th S -: i _r. kWfV'_ _W boundary said Hwy .r,_:.; ( u;.::fi--S ?-iJri y+;,..t,<;,.." ,
:
56 degrees 32 minutes .> 2640 ft more or less to _
:
56 seconds W 232.09 ft .. ,' 'f
.'-&* another stake th W 173 '. -. ... ;- '
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to the point of curva-.x ; -. ft to the point of be- <. ', .....
I ture of the center line . .: .<. ', ginning containing in c
curve concave South- 4 : : '. -s' . all 10 acres be the :;:

i easterly & having a 'f-.,; same more or less 5

radius of 1273.57 ft th ::'J& :, Acres more or less on e _
.
Southwesterly along the .',' ..:; ':t. the E side of the SE 1/4 . '

1 said center line curve .....1-. : of SW 1/4 of Sec 2 com- :.

4 a chord bearing an distance '.. .. :t mence at SW Cor of SE .
\ of S 49 degrees ; F,. '. ,1 1/4 Sec 2 & running th -" .

y:i 21 minutes 50 seconds ," N 1320 ft to a stake th W .":

1 W 318.50 ft to the point ',. ;' 210 ft to another stake ,..
,
of said center line th .. : th in a Southerly direct- .
: S 31 46 minutes ;: '. ;. :. .
degrees ,' ' ion 1320 ft be the same :
56 seconds E 52.02 ft . '
"- ,' "- more or less to point 150 -
to the Southeasterly >. ft from POB th E 150 ft -'->>'

R/W line of said King's to POB desc in DB 89 Page ,, i'

Bay Rd & the POB th S !"_ 532 less part sold '. '.,
31 degrees 46 minutes i;,. .. Coke Flannagan desc in .

r 56 seconds E 156.95 ft :. ". ORB 36 Page 540 which is .

th S 21 degrees 34 ..0-.,J. Lake View Sub & less
minutes 11 seconds E "y : part sold Alma F.

115.65 ft th S 65 degrees ', ."' .. Flannagan desc in ORB -_

02 minutes 04 .t ", ...,L' 37 Page 474 21819 Fred Hensley ,52.74-
seconds W 80.05 ft thc

N 30 degrees 49 minutes '. 5E 1/4 of NE 1/4 & Burton Bellamy.

t! 41 seconds W 233. .< E 1/2 of SE 1/4 14 18 19 120 et al 107.91
; 68 ft to the SoutheasterlyRW : .'. -
line of said King's .' Govt Lot 1 -
""' 23 18 19 36 Burton
Bellamy et al 104.36
Bay Rd th N 42 degrees i 10 minutes 56 seconds '"
0'i' That part of SE 1/4 also
.
E along said R/W line ', (known as Govt Lots 2 & '
i'! 100 ft the POB desc .
to 3 of Sec 24 formerly -
in ORB 22 Page 464 28 18 17 Albert Pharis 210.89 known as Lot 1 Blk 3 of

Parson's Point Adn to
That part or portion of ," .
Hernando desc
in ORB 24 . ,
George L. &
1/4 of NW 1/4 of Evelyn
NB _
) 65
'.': --: Page 314 25 18 19 M. Porter .
Sec 33 desc follows 35,68
as : '; :. 1 ,
Begin at a point that 4
Acres in NW Cor of Burton
is E 329.10 ft & SO. Bellamy
Govt Lot 1
}, 241819 4 et al .
degrees 06 minutes 30 '" ',,, F . 4.71
; seconds W 760 ft from '. t :
the NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 ,
S 1/2 of NW 1/4 of NW
s A of Sec 33 th S 0 degrees / -, : ., .
1/4 less S 1/3 of NW : '
06-minutes 30 seconds ft W 1/4 of NW 1/4 26 18 19 6 Unknown 3.29;:
144.55
400 ft th W

th N 0 degrees 06 h. .- ...... .. Fractional NW 1/4 of -
minutes 30 seconds E 1 ,
;U Ji.'J'i. NE 1/4 desc in ORB 37 Ira A. Hotchkiss &, .. '- .,,:,
: 400 ft th E 144.55 ft. .
.. S
} Page 524 1018 20 20 Stanley M. Beckerman 15.89Commence *
to the POB desc in ORB '. 'c .;y _
22 Page 466 & begin at : .
at NE Cor
point on the N boundaryofSEl4ofNWl4N ;.. :,.
: of NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of
0 Sec 26 th S 0 degrees 15
89 degrees 00 minutes .
".' minutes E 1353 ft more -
12 seconds W 369.09 ft -
or less to the S boundaryof
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from the NE Cor of SE
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the land included in . .
1/4 of NW 1/4 said point : .
\ deed from M. N. Smith & ',' .
being on a curve concave
wife
Ruth E. Smith to -
Northwesterly & havinga .
Citrus County recorded '
.. Sin
radius of 570.69 ft
ORB 32 Page 403 th E S .
& in the center line of -_ along said S boundary .,.

King's Bay Rd the ; 2082.70 ft th S 19 degrees :;;

Southwesterly along said :',' ... 10 minutes 40 seconds E '' .-;' .
center line curve a .i<::4 158.18 ft to the POB th "-
chord bearing an distance S 23 degrees 03 minutes

of 55 degrees 37 05 seconds E 163.02 ft i,
minutes 24 seconds th W with the :
': parallel .' i-
338.50 ft to the point S boundary of the land .
of of said S :.:
tangency included in deed fromM.

center line curve th S .' N. Smith & wife Ruth .

72 degrees 46 minutes E. Smith 116 ft th due J'. '
56 seconds W along 5- N 150 ft th E along the S -
said center line 56.41 - S of the lands : .
boundary: S >
ft th N 0 degrees 53 .. : : .
herein conveyed in deed - "',_ ?/ N f
minutes 33 seconds E from M. N. Smith & wife ' -.,:. ... ..,
213.58 ft to the N Ruth E. Smith to Citrus .

boundary of said SE 1/4 I:' _...., County recorded in ORB -. 'i '";;,-
of NW 1/4 th S 89 degrees , ..... 32 Page 403 52.17 ft to ' .>
00 12 seconds > ..
minutes
., POB with easement as of S
E along said N boundary n',? record desc in ORB 97 ,
-- ':" ; Walter J. & Ruth
I 326.96 ft to the POB .
. Page 276 2618 20 Anna M. Bodie 37.50
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desc in ORB 22 Page 468 33 18 17 ' Albert Pharis, { 78.38 -
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Tracts 29. 54. 57. 58. 59 -
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r S ISO ft of N 247 ft 60 .
& on a surveyors S-
t of W 139.55 ft of NE .' ,. .
blue sketch .
prim desc John E. & Jo Ann
of 1/4
1/4 NW except in ORB 93 Page 185 26 18 20 Collier S 44.86
the W 20 ft desc in ORB
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56 Page 201 33 18 17 Nathaniel P. Hanna 67.72 Tract #33 on a surveyor 55 '_ ;c.

blue print sketch desc Clarence & ..

SEl/4.ofSEl/4of Hooten McLean. in ORB 82 Page 309 26 18 20 Leuvada Palk 12.33*

SE 1/4 36 18 17 10 Inc. 30.07 .' -,

. NW 1/4 Fractional desc .1 :
1 Acre on W end of S'1/2 in ORB 44 Page 277 30 18 20 2.5 Nick & Mary Sagonias54.53*'

of N 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SE .;. "

IAN 1/2 of N 1/2 of Govt Lot 12 32 18 20 George R. Forman 36.74*;"

SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 less 2 ;" .4-- :

Acres B 22Page171 .+ j .1:< :'" 's NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 & all . *
in OR 10 18 18 9 Alvia B. Dos$.; ,,,..;' !T-9.1-: that part of N 1/2 of NE 'j. 4:

.<. ',j "? iff, ... . 1/4 that lies N & W of . .
Commence at a stake 660 ;' i State Rd S581 less N 12ofNE14ofNE.I4desc -

ft N of SE Cor of Sec.10 . ';: :... .:,. S S5-S,55' .
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run th W 210 ft tbS ;0' in ORB 95 Page 471 less =; a 4z .' :;, .
210ftthE210ftthN .,' . f tracts 1. 2, 3.4..5 & 6 ;1\ ..>" ; .' .

210 ft to FOB & desc in ORB 108 Page 5 ,. ;.q':" :>::'i -
Commence at a stake 660 . 314 & ORB 110 Page 320 ,. '

ft N of SE Cor of Sec ;- , '. < ._ '. sold to Harold Dennis & ..-S-SS-S5- -

10 run th N 277 ft thW790ftthS277ftthE u <' > -_:.- 101,. H. less a 30 ft strip adjoin !
ing tract 6 & less part

790 ft to POB desc in desc in ORB 110 Page
ORB 22 Page 171 10, 18 18 ,9 Alvin B. Doss 16.83 283 sold to Ernest Peake

& less part desc in ORB ._ ". ' > .. '" ;,,_/#"- ..
SEl4ofNEl4ofSW14 110 Page 334 sold to '

30 18 18 10 Cora Meeks 19.23 Elfred Lassiter & s. Y. .

Smith & S 1/2 of NE 1/4 '

Lots 1&1O81k1& of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 desc John H. & Helen
Lot 1 BIk 4 Falrmount 30 18 18 Dave Singleton 11.99 in ORB 110 Page 333 33 18 20 M Bryan 153.49*




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& at an iron pipe _
Commence at the SW Cor '" begin .,.- ._ ".' ,
on the Northerly waters .
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1/4 of SW 1/4 of
of SE
.' . .'.. I 'I: '; t, edge of a Bay of the St ,, .
NE-1/4 of Sec 33 th N
0 ; Martins River in Said Sec .'
along the W line of saidSEl4ofSWl4ofNE it-
,.' 15 said being
,; ,,"," point
" .
1/4 a distance of 660.0 - ti' -,' . ,.' 1870.97 ft S & 682.57 ft -, .'.... '
W of the NE Cor of said
89 20 '. '
ft th S degrees :..,, ..-.' o\- '. Sec 15 th run S 54 degrees
minutes E parallel to :
14 min. 10 seconds W
: ' .
'" ,r: "
the S line of said SE 1/4 ,.: .. .. along the Northerly shore ,;,
ofSWl4ofNEl4adistance
: line of a Bay of said ,
of 330.0 ft to . 99.98 '
.
\ <-' St. Martins River S

FOB th 5 parallel to 4 .....: ft to an iron pipe th .

said W line of SE 1/4 .., : ...... run N 40 degrees 06 min. .

ofSWl4ofNEl4afttstanpg .... 01 second W 128.55 ft to .
.
Of 140 ft th N -
th N 53
an iron pipe run
89 degrees 20 minutesW66ftthN140ftthS 1'-; "-.. ., degrees 38 min. 40 secondsE

121.89 ft to an Iron
89 degrees 20 minutes ) -
.' pipe th run S 30 degrees
E 66 ft to POB desc in .,. 12 min. 31 seconds E 126.

ORB 98 Page 340 3318 20 Luther & Dusky !Hall' 20.83. .' 55 ft to roB & Begin at

'.. .- -.; an iron pipe on the
Tract 4 disc as follows: :. '. -?. : Northerly waters edge ofa

Commence at SW Cor ,- _1 .< :!' Bay of the St. Martins

of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of / ,.- "". .., ... "" ., River in said Sec 15 .
: !
NE 1/4 of Sec 33 th N..i .,! '. .; .1"-- said Point being 1932,20ftS&761.6lftWofthe

along the W line of said .. .' ;.; ;-

SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of NE .. > -If>- NE Cor of said Sec 15 th
1/4 distance of 225 ft .
;: run S 51 degrees 12 min.
th S 89 degrees 20 min- : .
-F . ,. 50 seconds along the
utes E parallel to S line G/ Northerly shore line of
of said 1/4 distance :.
NE a
: ' a Bay of said St. Martins .
of 240.05 ft th N 47 degrees .. 5 River 99.95 ft to an iron
10 min. E 49.18 ft .
; pipe th run N 27 degrees
to the POB th continue N .
< 36 min. 11 seconds W
47 degrees 10 min. E 80 .
S 179.85 ft to an iron pipeth
ft th N 42 degrees 50 mm. 51 .
88
-- run S degrees
W 140 ft th S 47 degrees
min. 38 seconds E 78.46 _
.
10 mine W 80 ft th S 42 de- '
S ft to an iron pipe th runS :
50 min. E 140 ft to .
grees ., 40 degrees 06 min. 01 5 _
the POB desc in ORB 107 5
seconds E 128.55 ft to
Page 443 & tract 7 descas S .' "
S POB & Begin at a iron .
follows: Commence at .
.. pipe on the Northerly .
SW Cor of SE 1/4 of SW .
edge of a Bay of .
waters .
1/4 of NE 1/4 of Sec 33 th -
the St. Martins River in ,. .' ,
.'
.
N along the W line,of said -
said Sec 15 said point being : .
.
SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 "
.' t' 1994.81 ft S & 839.52 ft : _
a distance of 520 ft th S 89 '
of the NE Cor of said ,
degrees 20 min. E parallel ; ': W .. > ,.
Sec 15 th run N 66 degrees -
the S line of said -
to NE . '
58 min. 01 second
1/4 a distance of 330 ft to : ..:'. 1
, W along the Northerly ,
the POB th continue S ;'t ; ., : .. .
.. shore line of a of -
.. Bay ', '
,
89 degrees 20 min. E 140 " ; < ,
; -
S said Martins River ,
: St.
.. ,. 1'
ft th N parallel to the J'" :' .. :;;. -J- ; .
99.96 ft to an iron pipe
,
W line of said SE 1/4 of --: ; u, :'" .-
SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 a dis:5+ ' th run N 20 degrees 18 ,:: : . .

tance of 80 ft th W 140 ft < .... .', i .:: . min. 41 seconds W 114.80 ,: 0:.. '" ...
ft to an iron pipe th run :;_ ;
th S 78.39 ft to the POD Ray D. & Margaret r .
N 75 degrees 27 min. 43 .
desc in ORB 107 Page 445 33 18 20 G. Arnold :- . 41.50* '
i.: '.. ._, .: ...\1 seconds E 50.11 ft to an '.-- ., '. ;,. '

; ; ; '' iron pipe th run S 27 ...
205.40 J -: \ f 'I'-U.. '- .. ..
Begin at a point N
1838.29 -. .} .,L. .-':.. . ;. .,,1 ., degrees 36 min. 11 seconds
ft & E ft from
'-, E 179.85 ft to POB & r
.
.- '
"
the NW Cor of Sec 34 the + 'fj z :

bearing of the W boundary : c ,.ji. 1 1', .; S .; ., t Begin at an iron pipe on .' "" .. : ; .. .

:e.. .I<.a;. .L ,.. the Northerly waters : .:, ',
of.said Sec being'S' '' .1. 1i'J .p. )1: f '. 'ta'".
said the'. .' : f.'v' al 'J[ <- !O .); t' : edge of Bay of the St. . ':. or,. : .. :; ,....t" ,. "
point being on ''' '
Martins River in said Sec :; .' ; ',.
'
line ; '
Northwesterly R/W '
: '" .t. ,.,: ;.:'" 15 said point being : : :.
of State Rd S581 & '
on a .- 1955.70 ft 931.51 -, "
'S ;1 S & ft : .. ..
curve concave Southeasterly r -. W of the NE Cor of said -' 5. .' "' :
; :: . : . "1 .'.
radius ,
having a lo J' --
. 15 70
' Sec th run N de- .
..
of 421.97 ft & also .... 44 min. 23 secondsW ,4 .. . \ -
P ; grees .

being 40.00 ft from & .' . : ; along the Northerly.. ,:,,.'_.::...
...
radial to the center line .. .
:. --,'' L.- shore line of a Bay of .. .. : ,.
of said State Rd th "'
.j 5," i" :: said St. Martins River
T ....... ;. .
'
Northeasterly along said ;. "
.' :, t. '. 112.62 ft to an iron pipe
R/W line a chord .\t..Jif1! . '
curve !' ? ; ., th run N 43 degrees 17

bearing & distance of 5 .:,' ...,. min. 55 secoms E 96.92 'f' !r''t S '

N 51 degrees 12 min. 31 : ". 1 .. ,,., ft to an iron pipe th "': '. .' .

seconds E 100.36 ft th run S 20 degrees 18 min. .Ij.'C"...

N 33 degrees 57 minutes 4 46 seconds 44.80 ft .p. ,
.r E .
16"a ,,,.,
'
.J'
25 seconds 286 ft moreor ." -\ .. 5', -., to VOB desc in ORB 78 .

less to the waters ', \ : h,' Page 517 15 19 19),74'i'

edge of Lake Tsala Apopka J .- : ,'(tk--.J. .

th Southwesterly along & '.: "' '.l. ' N 1/2 of NW 1/4 15 19 16 80 Trustee of LL Fund 2.98

with said waters edge to . :
.
.'t A.."" I':! .. :
a point N 33 degrees 57 . .. '
t': ', Govt Lots 21, 22, 23
min. 25 seconds W from : .:..
; \ & 24 211916 Trustee of LL Fund ,2.AiGovt

the POB th S 33 degrees. :. ::'.,;,:' : '.
"
57'min. 25 seconds E Lot 4 221916 Trustee of LL Fund I.se

342 ft more or less to S ,S,

the POB desc in ORB Virril W. & Bertha' .r .y Govt Lot 8 221916 62 Lorine Greiner Trustee 28.56

101 Page 495 34 18 20 I). liclJes 106.12* ..

Gun Lot 9 251916 Trustees of LL Fund 2.CK',
E 1/2 of SW 1/4 41916 80 Trustee of LL Fund 2.07

.
A parcel of land: more S : -

Govt Lot 9 71916 Trustee: of I.L'l'lD.1 1.33: Ai. .. particularly desc as S.

" follows: SE 1/4 of

Govt Lot 3 10'1916 Trustee of LL HuiJ 2.07 Fract SW 1/4 less 4

J- .... ". acres from A. T. -

Govt Lots 2. 4, 5 & 6 less .,:;: Mitchell & wife to .

. .d. Eke L. llead as desc
15 Acres of W 30 Acres .
h ;, in DB 52 47 & : .
& Govt Lots 7 & 8 & W : ;, Page .

1/2 of SW 1/4 desc In Homosassa Crystal River DB 100 Page 531 251916 6 E. E. Mem.Hierr'3I.. .6f* >
: 255.68. r "
ORB 100 Page 314 101916 358 Islands: Trust -* -

.' SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 261916 40 WlHfam M. SpHter 119.3114EyAll

Govt Lots 1. 3. 4 & 6 Merle D. Latimer lands lying above .I
12 19 16 500 Trustee 362.62,
& E 1/2
the mean high water I

Fund 2.98 mark within the W 120 t .
131916 80 Trustee of LL. so-S , i
Wl/2ofSEl/4 ., .":. ft of the E 905 ft of -S 'I i

'. .... the S 440 ft of the N 7' ,, I
Begin at an iron pipe. son H ... 1640 ft & the W 345 ft S .' .. '.

the Northerly waters of the E 1250 ft of the '. 5 .
.j ?
,
edge of a Bay of the St. S 490 ft of the N 1640 ." -S

Martins River In said .:: .c,,',5',.f 1 ft less W 75 ft of the -

point being 1838.19 ft 't" ": : ': E 1250 ft of the S 200

S & 588.02 ft W of the I--' ; a" .. ft of the N 1640 ft of .
.... ; .. I
( :' y
NE Cor of said Sec 15 -,- '<<" .Pt,'. Govt Lot 3 Sec 34 desc "Ibetu4as,RzDa:; It '
> .fi" 55 I
th run S 70 degrees 52 l ; :' in ORB 99 Page 410 341916 fI'hIMip' Lee; J-r, ,",;$;..,
min. 44 seconds: W along -.
,
the Northerly shore line ; Lands in Govt Lot 4 Sec ',: ,
"
',....- "
of a Bay of said St. x 8-' ***ll'f.f' 34 as follows:All lands : '
-
.. "" fan above the to )
mean
Martins River 100.07 ft :: lying .

iron pipe th run N high water mark within .

30 degrees 12 min. 31 : '';. :-." the S 280 ft of the N -

seconds 126.55 ft to 800 ft of the W 200 ft 14

an iron pipe th run N 58 of the E 380 ft ball

degrees 01 min. 33 seconds ., lands lying above the s
,
- --
; :;r.-" mark -
mean high water -
E 56.50 ft to an iron pipe
th run S 77 degrees 11 Within the \V 150 ft of

min. 43 seconds E 107.43 the E 380 ft of the S

th runS 200 ft of the N 1000 ft
ft to an iron pipe
03 degrees 49 min. 31 desc in ORB 104 Page W. J. Berkfaan: fc
232 341916 J. F. Ford 63.S8WD
seconds E 82.87 ft to roB



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12-C The crnujs COUNTY CHRONICLE TAXES
TAXES S COSTS
DESCRIPTION S.T.R. Acres OWNER
DESCRIPTION S.T.R. Acres OWNER casTS

Page 529 sold to Media ..J:.';' _
All lands above .
lying .
.. Pearl Wall 2 19 17 20 Raddie,Jones -,: '' f ,.24,83,
the mean high watermark .
,<
.OJ '"tl :r< !"
within the W 300 : '
; sw.1/4 of SE 1/4 of SW '.: ; vt_ "
: ft of the E 940 ft of the . :
1/4 less R/W of State Rd V '
S 250 ft of the N 2560 .-:
! ft of Govt Lot 2 desc in William & Betty 55 desc in ORB 67 Page -.'._- .- 1',;''
10 David Winnick 43542
3 19 17
{1 ORB 90 Page 142 34 19 16 1.2 Roy Trefny 50.91WD 330 .

. Lands in Govt Lot 1 Sec NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Alice L. Barnett, '
35 as follows: All lands NW 1/4 10 19 17 10 Trustee 127,67

lying above the mean
I high water mark within E 1/2 of NE 1/4 & SW .

t that area W of the E1O25ft&SoftheN 1/4 of NE 1/4 &. N 12ofSEl4&SW .
) 1/4.of Kenneth F. McLaugUin '

2300 ft desc in ORB Thomas R. & SE 1/4 111917 et al 363.12

106 Page 409 35 19 16 Thelma Ann Dawson 44.33WD -

NEl/4ofSWl/4& W .
Lands in S 1/2 of Govt 1/2 of NW 1/4 & SE Kenneth F. McLaughlin. .
Lot 2 Sec 35 as follows: : :-. .. 1/4 of NW 1/4 12 19 17 160 et al 232.50
:_
All lands lying above .. -k' .

the mean high water Kenneth F. McLaughlin .
mark within that area -. '' r !>. .,' SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 13 19 17 40 at al 58.99. ,
.. ,"" '.'-;.. .... ; .
begin at a point on E .
line 1880 ft S of the .'. ,., :.:,"" :.' W 1/2 of N 1/2 of .-: J'
I ::r.< ,".. 1/4 of 14 19 17 10 15.61
N line of Govt Lot 2 th NE NE 1/2 Lee F. Ellis :
.
to the S line of said -,
. 4
I Govt Lot 2 th W 300 ft . '< ': ,,.: N 1/2 of SE 1/4 of ." .' ; .

I I th N to a point 1900 ft --, ' : '.. '..' NW 1/4 & W 1/2 of .-: ':,. 4 .., '.

i S of the N line of Govt'.... : ."': "" ,."_::::;:'.' NE 1/4 & SE 1/4 of .; '. .... : ., 1 .

} Lot 2 & 300 ft W of the:1...... :" ',:fJt.. : . NE 1/4&SW 1/4 of .. S .- .. ..' a
S of the N line of Govt. .' :'-1. '! ''It..t<: ' NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 desc .

Lot 2 & 300 ft W of the ,. ',:\ -J;.'; t" .: in ORB 99 Page 71 less ". 55. : 1';' t\: t' .
E line of Govt Lot 2 th ....i'>-'<" ;''''; % Jt.J\< .I part desc in ORB 101 ri-- \ J. ,
it .. . ; .
: .
to the POB otherwise Page 447 sold to Cecil '-
desc as our lots 1 &2 I Wantland & less part i : .. t ;a

of Govt Lot 2 Sec 35 an .. S desc in ORB 103 Page r- , <.4.x,
unrecorded plat desc in George M.' .: :: 118 sold to K. C. Kenneth F. McLaughlin. .

ORB 109 Page 177 35 19 16 "Allen. Jr .i .-. ,. ':' : 89.64WD Ltvesay 14 19 17 110 et al \ ; r .120.81
. .oJ -:>y };z- ',,:
'=' .Jo.'l-tl'
Commence at NW Cor of .. -.'" .. ;. ';:.i, ; H'L' A tract of land situated <: ,., _'\ .,.;,jbi--; .,..:.

Govt Lot 7 th S 568.8 .. + in NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of ,,1u ;,- ;ly -:I >}

ft along the W boundary Vi". >; ,. . Sec 15 said tract of land : %;. t'1 ."., r ;'.
of Govt Lot 7.th S 11 .j;: ..rf. tc'1 'fi<:t- : being more particularly ': ; a t a: t1':'" i...:

degrees 37 min. 30 'J : .'. ',;J r "_ . desc as follows: Commence .\ < '. a g;:: ..
seconds E 69.24 ft to t, 'Wjj -I at a concrete monument at '.

an iron marker for the ; '(3;?.- the NW Cor of Sec 15 & ." ! .j, l.. h 1
POB th S 11 degrees 37 .., run N 89 degrees 14 min. i' :"J "' ..
min. 30 seconds E 262 1\ 57 seconds E along the

ft more or less to the .."" N line of said Sec 15 5 5 -1' ......i .;'

waters of a tributary : 1420.26 ft to the E R/W .; -.J' }.. ... !. ,: ,6
t of the Homosassa River line of US. Hwy 19 th

th down said tributary 00 21 '. .' .
run S degrees min. t :.,: i'j ; ;
\ in a Northeasterly 50 seconds E along said "

\ direction to the waters - .oj .! E R/W line of U.S. Hwy . '; r. '. ."'1'- '
\ of the Homosassa River ,:,, 19 152.00 ft to the POB '* *., :t' t.f. '
th in .. ,>' i ,
a Northwesterly th run N 89 degrees 14 S : ,": : ;
\ direction along the .- ,, -, .,." '; '' min. 57 seconds E 435.00

waters of the Homosassa .. :, ,{ ft th run S 00 degrees .. t ;- ;.

River to a point which \ '=. r 21 min. 50 seconds E : r ;' .

bears N 69 degrees 22 400.00 ft th run S 89 .-. . ,'J( .:...,:....,..
: min. 30 seconds E from ' : . '. F. 'j,. degrees 14 min. 57 seconds ,' >y S ..'
\ the POB th S 69 degrees W 435.00 ft to the E R/W S .

22 minutes 30 seconds : .; line of said L'J5. Hwy 19 .- .. . ,+.'. .. F. i
W 130.06 ft more or less th run N 00 degrees 21 ..j ".! Ioo t"J
to the POB desc in ORB E. A. & Nell ,. ..1 min. 50 seconds W along -. _. .
IDS Page 27 35 19 16 ';' Briggs 35.91WD said R/W line 400.00 ft : ;1"

f' : _>_; to POB desc in ORB 78 ..''';1'.L \
;
Lot 19 Arnold's Island -; ., ,," Page 491 15 19 17 avid Winnlck. ,'.,124.09.
;--10,' : ." ;-i:. :
\ Retreats more particularly . ::. ', '.. ::- ;<*.** 7 Starting at the NW Cor 'i':'" "' ..;' .l{ : : ': .

desc as follows: Commence .-, .. .. .-," ;',. .. of the NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 .,'. '.. '._ .:
the NW Cor of 36" of 15 .. : : ';
at Sec : : ''i. Sec & run E along .
th run S 2333.71 ft th ::.;:- r: '. 4'< line bewteen NW 1/4 of .. -

I &313.91 ft to the POB ;i. .f:. > ".... ;,:...'':;- SW 1/4 & the SW 1/4 of : '. "
th N 32 degrees 57 min. f' '; :>' ;' NW 1/4 of Sec 15 655 ft th ".-
E 56.30 ft th N 10 degrees I.'" : ::- '7t S 322 ft th W 655 ft th N. S .

05 min. E 30 ft th .'= 5'2;. ......;'j 322 ft to POB desc in ORB Charles J.'. '. "
'
1 S 79 degrees 55 min E f; J' 4: 28 Page 342 15 19 17 5 Justice Jr.: :353.5$
J 120 ft th S 10 degrees .-., >..::' -'; ;; '. :ltt.
05 min. W 63.12 ft th N \ .'i. That part of SE 1/4 of 7h; ,
.
t. 87 degrees 25 min. W -. ''' r .:' ..f. k". NW 1/4 of Sec 15 lying E 3' : :.

j 143.15 ft to the POB '_'::.d .t'i.i. ,'-- . !.r :: of UJS. Hwy 19 less & ex"S. _
desc in ORB 112 Page Philip D.Cochrane. cept S 600 ft thereof desc '; .
: 247 36 19 16 40.17WD in ORB 96 Page 552 less S .:
...
all that pan Subdivided .. .
4 That portion of Govt : & known as Crystal River "'
Lot 4.of Sec 36 desc as Highlands recorded in .- Kenneth F. McLauilini

I follows: Begin at a point Plat Book 3 Page 143 15 19 17 et al '/1 . ._ ,::258.18.'That .
.
1995.36 ft S & 1207.63 :
\ : b ,
,- .
\ ft E of NW Cor of said part of NE 1/4 of :. .. .. : :s.: :oNE -
:;
Sec th E 85.85 ft th S 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SW "' .' .;. ;' ,
0 1/4 lying N of Canal & W "'-
161.23ftthN.a.
ft th W ;. of Rd 19 & E 1/2 of E 1/2
.
40 degrees 35 min. E of NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 desc

118.01 ft to POB being .. in ORB 67 Page 431 less '
Lot 9 of unrecorded . that lies W of -
plat t. any part .. ,
of a portion of said R/W of ACL 15 19 17 ':20 : David Winnick 148.74

Govt Lot 4 & that portion 5- .
of Govt Lot 4 of Sec 36 That portion of W 1/2 of

I I desc as follows: Commence NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of SW ;.
l at NW Cor of said Sec 1/4 being pan of aband- : /' -
J13:49
I 1995.36 ft .. oned Road _.' -.
th S th E. bed of RR desc ': : ..
\ 1293.48 ft th S 0 de- ":: ;- in ORB 32 Page 254 15 19 17 14. Sid Kline ;' 1'/ "< ,'.
43 min. 9 Oft .
grees W . ..;.t.
toPOBthSOdegrees .:: '., -: .": *" > V Sl/2ofSEl/4 161917 80 Sid Kline. Trustee 58.99
43 min. W 70 ft th W ';'.: "' .; : "' -.
221.31 ft th N 40 degrees >. -e7. :' -A" ?'iIf%.<" That portion of NW 1/4 :" : ""?

35 mm. E 92.16 ft to :" of NW 1/4 being part -
"' '.! ': :t.-!. :r"
a point 161.23 ft W of .. .. of abandoned Road bed of :: ., .'i :if
POB th E 161.23 ft to ---. - _ '. ._ : '': RR desc in ORB 32 .: .. .1.-;: .,::

the POB being Lot 10 :' : '::5',,:',. Page 254 221917 2 Sid Klin&-: . :6.27J

of unrecorded plat of 5 +_'L: : ,, ;. -" ," ...
a portion of said Govt That part of E 1/2 of .3 w. .

E Lot 4 desc in ORB 112 Marvin S. & ; SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of NE -.' ;e ,; ,: ..'F:: .
j Page 357 36 19 16 Rita Schreiber ' 49.23WD 1/4 not subdivided desc .. .
I -. '- ....<.... j>> ::-, ;.1.;..
I ;, 5'4 in DB 93 Page 57 desc : ';' ".-
Commence at a point in ORB 81 Page 91 24 19 17 2.27 Patricia A. .
'
4 ' CHrry.6ZJ
1 2343.88 ft S & 795.77 ". _. ::. ... -! :.! .. .,' '5'"
i" '
ft E of NW Cor of Sec "" SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 36 19 17 40 Morton Silver ', .

1 36 for POB th run N 89 .' : : ',- .h':.A" w .t cii1

S degrees 12 min. E 46.36 < > N 1/2 of NW 1/4 of NW Charles & ..': J-

ft th N 45 degrees 04 -" '__ 1/4 of NW 1/4 2 19 18 5 Lana Halstead '.'. '''111.99
min. W 135 ft th S 44 .-. . .
degrees 55 mm. W 90.30 ; _- . .. "." SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of :-< :.:. ;. .a\;;! .

.. ft th S 74 degrees 11 hi.; NE 1/4 2 19 18 Fred Davis .:: IU9Q'
min. E 117.35 ft to POB S '_'.
desc in ORB 91 Page ",.'-Bess" Porter ..-.::- 1: W 132 ft of S 1/2 of _-, .

217 361916 Black 46.03WD NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of : '--., ak
SE 1/4 desc in ORB S
'
!
Sl/2ofNWl/4ofNE 78 Page 13 21918 Jasper Barber :1.
1/4 desc in ORB 46 Page Js-,27.

364 less W 208.71 ft of N N 1/2 of NE 1/4 of William J. S .:
208.71 ft desc in ORB 112 SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 21918 5 OcaseBbeta
-11;99
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Die CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE 13-C

TAXES
DESCRIPTION S.T.R. Acres OWNER COOTS DESCRIPTION S.T.R. Acres OWNER & COSTS

W 1/2 of SE 1/4 of Commence at the Nti -
NWl/4ofSEl/4& Cor of Sec 7 th W along
W 1/2 of NE 1/4 of the N line of said Sec 7
NWl4ofSEl4less a distance of 276.25 ft
Rd R/W & E 1/2 to the POB th continueW
of SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 along saidN line

of SE 1/4 desc in ORB Cellos M. &. .. __ 66.60 ft to S 41 degrees
105 Page 161 3 19 18 15 Juanita Powell ...,107.9J., 20 min. 52 seconds E
51.45 ft th S 58 degrees -
W 1/2 of NW 1/4 of James Vance & 52 min. 40 seconds 3325. -

NE 1/4 of NW. 1/4 31918. 5 James A. Terry 11.99, 90 ft more or less to the
: ..:_. r-. Westerly R/W line of
Begin at a point which "' State Rd S581 th North- .
is 30 ft N of the S ,: ; ;; easterly along a curve in

boundary & on the W . :' --. said R/W line to a point
boundaiy of E 1/2 of ; that bears S 58 degrees

NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of 52 min. 40 seconds E
NE 1/4 Sec 3 running from the POB th N 58 .
th from said point 95 - degrees 52 min. 40
ft E along the N side ,- seconds W 317.93 ft more -
of Dyer rd th running N or less to POB desc in N,C.&.Wl1JS. .
along the W side of ORB 80 Page 128 7 19 20 Bryant 17.27
Janice Rd 120 ft th -
running W 95 ft th ;- .; W 138 ft to S 100 ft of .

running S 120 ft to r. SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of NW
the point or place of ,- 1/4 Sec 7 desc in ORB
beginning the above desc : 111 Page 84 71920 Ruby C.. aU 8.77

property being shown on -
a sales map of Crystal .' .:. S17OftofE8OftofN -
Air as Lots 13. 14 & - C i .. !/ 290 ft of SW 1/4 of NE
15 Blk D desc in ORB Robert & Alice j :.' 1/4ofNW1/4&S17Oft
100 Page 109 31918 L. Koons 19'.32; : of that portion of N 290 -
: .4.' ft of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of .
W 1/2 of SW 1/4 of Karl & Emily V. :: NW 1/4 lying Westerly of I
SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 31918 5 Kroeger 11.99E R/W of State Rd 45 also I

known as U.s. Hwy 41 desc ;
1/2 of NW 1/4 of . in ORB 69 Page 522 7 19 20 O. L. Ruins ..21. I
NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 3 19 18 5 B. J. Kremenak, 11.99 .
W 50 ft of N 100 ft of t

S 125 ft of NE 1/4 of . S340ftofSWl4ofNEl4ofNW I
SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 except 1/4 of Sec 7 Arthur & Looney :

that part on E side . desc in ORB 109 Page 237 7 19 20 Mae Reese 9.27 I
lying within 50 ft of ( I

center line of State ,.. -F_ '.=' Begin at the SW Cor of t
Rd 491 desc in ORB Alec James & ' :. ', SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of I
74 Page 370 4 19 18 11/2 Edith Hurst .:.: 39,7.9. NW 1/4 of Sec 7 th N :
along the border for ,_ i
E 1/2 of E 1/2 of NE ..' a distance of 140 ft th E j j
1/4 of SE 1/4 51918 10 Victor Obriant 8.37 488 ft for a POB th E 50. 1

ftthNlO0ftthW50ftthS I
E 1/2 of NW 1/4 & 100 ft to a POB desc Investors .
NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 61918 120 llooten McLean; Inc 91.52N in ORB 74 Page 173 7 19 20 Mortgage Corp.- 75.8jS I I

1/2 of NW 1/4 18 19 18 80 Ruth M. Tyson '127,67 I II I II I

2 Acres in NE 1/4 of That portion of N 1/2 of I

SE 1/4 desc in ORB Anne & .'. w; '- NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of NW
32 Page 179 211918 2 Paul Keith \,,110.09"NE 1/4 lying W of R/W of
.., ', State Rd 45 also known .
1/4 of NW 1/4 less :;., as U.s. Hwy 41 desc in Ernest R.,
part to Erickson. -:'- ORB 18 Page 306 7 19 20 Champion 45,86: :*
Essengton, Officer, _
Walburg & Gray less That part of SW 1/4 of
part desc in ORB 97 James 1J. ' SE 1/4 lying N of Govt George &
Page 421 sold to Bill PhillipsMurad - Lot 6 & W of Lake 9 19 20 Virginia Herkomer 12,33*

291918 20 .1..... ca... .. -'" %I7:6I'
"'; '.f' : Govt Lot 9 desc in ORB
Lots 18 & 19 of an un- ,.;)"'J-q'ft'r.:.-;, .. 51 "age 536 91920 4.99John H.Com en 18.94''
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recorded Sub of part .:. -;.' : :.: ;:i '. ':....
of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 -- : That portion of Govt .
of Sec 29 & being more Lot 8 desc as follows: _

,particularly desc as : Beginning at a point on -
follows: Commence at _ W line of said Sec 10 at "'
SW Cor of NE 1/4 of a point S 0 degrees 3
NW 1/4 of Sec 29 from - min. E 260 ft from the
,
said point run th E along N Govt Meander Cor of S
the S boundary of said .' said Govt Lot 8 th E to
NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 a the Govt meander line -

distance of 240 ft run. : .. of Lake Tsala Apopka Cecil ALlttlejehQ_ ::f'
th N parallel with the desc in DB 97 Page 532 1019 '20 1 23.44*
W boundary of said NE ,
1/4 of NW 1/4 a dis- j':0 '. SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 & W .

tance of 900 ft from '., 0" : 1/2 of SE 1/4 & that
the FOB of the land of
.1 ' part N 1/2 of SW 1/4
e !-
hereby conveyed from ,-, ', ;.; . S of State Rd 44 desc in .
said point run th E .' ". .:'... s' ORB 78 Pages 415 & 422 r -
parallel with the S & less that part in . .

boundary of said NE .,.. Hickory Hill Retreats '.
1/4 of NE 1/4 of NW Unites recorded in Plat -
:
1/4 a distance of 200 ft Book 3 Pages 106. 107 Frank ; to f .
run th W 200 ft to the : & 108 11 1920 TrusteeJames 11.77E *
W boundary of said NE i -" \

1/4 of NW 1/4 run th N #>. : 1/3 of NW 1/4 of SE ,
along said W boundary .....:. ', 1/4 less that part N of ..
of said NE 1/4 of NW _, . State Rd & Part of NW
1/4 a distance of 200 ..'-0 '1 ,__ 1/4 of SE 1/4 desc in .
ft to the POB desc in :. t., ,..: .'( ORB 42 Pages 493 & ,
ORB 97 Page 421 29 19,18 tB. Bill Murad -t 22.37 495 121920 'F. Lyaeh' .

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Commence 240 ft E of .: ::., !,'-d.' ,' w, 1' ,' \ E 2/3 of SE 1/4 of SW .'
SW Cor of NE 1/4 of 1/4 121920 26 2/3 '
:' "r. (. .;; =: ..; bertatWI0E .
.
NW 1/4 th N 300 ft for r11 -, .." . : .
POB th N 200 ft th E - ... : WIOftofEllOftof ;;. "'
200 200 . :( ... , N 435.6 ft of E 1/2 of .
ft th S ft th W 11&. : t :: \ % >; ...'-'-' J
200 ft 291918 Blanch T. 6.77 NWl4ofNEl4ofNW .
to POB Gray r' .
:
< ':' 1/4 & El/2 of MY. : .
I ; "
1/4 of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 :'""" < .
Begin 440
at a point -
. except E 110 ft of N 435.6 > '
ft due E of the SW Cor !' '. ',. "' '):.... ; "
. .. ft of said E 1/2 of NW 1/4 :
.. :
;
of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 : ,' : rlf. -, .
of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 & .
.
.' _
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th run due N 1320 ft E 9 '. ,, '''
N 342 ft of W 120
except .
.
200 ft th S 1320 ft th W '! : s.
ft of said E 1/2 of NW'
200 ft to the POB desc .<1:1 1/4 of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 Rey& Bettyedesc :
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in DB 97 Page 392 less ::: .
part desc In ORB 64 ..'. ._ ...; "_ .' in ORB 81 Page 59 1919 20 WaHeea ;.; !' :.__ !fIr.....

Page 488 sold to Lyle'o : J ,-' .. ....1Jt. ...
291918 .. -H2..37 Begin,at SE Cor of SW .
E. &,Marie Kline Helen Essington v r-
*'" '. 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Sec 33 -

Begin at a.point 240 ft .. ( ., :.y ,',: & run N along E boundary ,.[
of said SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 . .., :
W of SE Cor of NE 1/4';*; .
":
: '
f 208.75 ft th W parallel : :.
of NW 1/4 run due N : p ; ...
the S of said "
200 .'; to boundary
1320 ft th due W ftthS132OftthE200ft ;
.": SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 208.75ft
to POB being lots 53 th S parallel to the E

to 63 Incl desc in DB Daniel W.Wahlberg. . boundary of said SW 1/4 -
of NE 1/4 208.75 ft th E
91 Page 388 291918 '11a7
along S boundary of SW

E '1/2 of E 1/2 of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 208.75 ft "', __ ,
1/4 of NE 1/4 of NW '. to the POB desc in ORB ItIIIIar &..,I..aIIN :: '
1/4 301918 21/2 Grace Mae Rush 6.94 106 Page 489 331920 L. Davte 4444.


SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 3119 18 40 Joseph Sloane & Frank Govt Lots 1 to 5 Incl
Van StraeleD 37.29 & Govt Lots 7 & 8 1 20 16 230 Samuel Franc lGIJTAXES -"!






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\ TAXES S.T.R. Acres OWNER & COSTS
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION .S.T.R. Acre OWNER I . & COSTS
: 1 ,.
: mentioned R/W line th N .'. : '
I : .....
330 '. 6. 4. ,, .
: Commence at a point ; 28 degrees 32 min. W 105 '. ,. '
ft W of the SE Cor of . "
' -
ft to POB & Commence at ;'J'
I' Sec 6 th N 80 f t th W -. .'
\ \ a point on the N line of .
ii 50 ft th S 80 ft thE :. 3 said being '
: 50 ft to the FOB desc ,, .., '- Sec point R/W line .; ". '. ,, ':
Genoa.Bauknight 11.02WD on the Easterly .
in ORB 109 Page 474 62017 ...
of U.S. Hwy 41 th along ":; .= .t. '_. .
'. '
NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 16 20 17 40 Lot M. & S. L said R/W line S 28 degrees i .
\ ; Francis 15.61; 32 min,: E 720.53 V
1 s ft to POB th N 83 degrees _. .
50 min. E300 ft th S
': Commence at a point 726 ,
ft N of die SE Cor of ., .;;.. .. ... 28 degrees 32 -
.
i the E 1/2 of NW 1/4 & :.:'.. .".-- i.W .- ft th S 83 : .
I '
running th W 60 ft to a ': .... ( '
1 stake which said stake is " ." -' :. .. :'. the aforesaid :. : -
: : ; '.
j the beginning point of said ;'" ::Jt.i... : :..::; R/W line th N :'., ,-

; tract of land to be desc : _. '.. '. \- '':' ; '.' 32 min. W 105 \;.:: .

; herein th S 8 degrees .;: . ':; & also ,' :
.) E 247 ft to a stake on .. .- .;:; .: point on the N : '
the N boundary: of Co Rd ..'-, :.., ; : ::,; : ? Sec 3 said point : i. -
\ th in a Southwesterly .: .': ;;, on the Easterly 2:- "" ,

direction along Jhe N ., . ,apt> k' of U.S. Hwy 41 ," '
boundary of said County -0'b; ; '*;;l said R/W line S f "

i Rd 65 ft to another stake ;. ;. .-;;;:':.: ..... r grees 32 min. ;: .; .' .
th N 8 degrees W 300 ft f?.;: ,' ft to POB th N '
: to a stake th E 60 ft to t; .. .: '" 50 min. E 300 .

i POB desc in ORB 11 Page Frank & Margaret 28 degrees 32 .,: ';

; ; 278 25 20 17 ,'- 1/3 L. Llewellyn 2.49- .,,' 105 ft th S 83 : : .
\ { 50 min. W 300 < -
,
( r,
i Commence at NE Cor of point on the : : T
.
.,;,. : .
1 NW 1/40f SE 1/4 run th R/W line th N
( W 200 ft th S to Chassa- ' .. 32 min. W 105 .. .
i howitzka River th Northeasterly .:, '. desc in ORB 75 :38.39

with the meander- ." :
., ings of said River Bank to .; yf .J' . ;. !.> .:: .f' That part of ( . ./,

j where the E line of said ;. '.' lying E of R/W ': .:.

) NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 strikes :. .. t. ., ACL RR Co >
)
I said river th N along said '-'- : . : -.- : : > ft thereof desc :1. ."': .
line 235 ft E to a POB desc Samuel 'A. &:'Ruth .: 89 Page 461 : ; '

j in ORB 32 Page 24 28 20 17 :,. ?M. Bradshaw: .>-c/ . : .114.59 sold Paul '
desc in ORB 34 Augustine"s: .. : :

t : sW 1/4 of SE 1/4 desc in : ;. ... ,. & less part ..

ORB 30 Page 166 & less 'f .. ; land Harry C.
part desc in ORB 90 Page ,. A. desc in ORB ;; .. '" '"'
'
y .
': 436 sold to Larry L. ;. ,. 356 & ORB 36 .-" -
>
i Evans & less part desc ". less part sold
in ORB 94 Page 80 sold ,rt. desc in ORB 38 ? 1 .
to L. J. Ford L.L. .> : & less part <':?*..* : '

Evans 33 2017 Roland F. Cribbs. .57.88- J Herman desc \, ;- .
Page 233 & i "-'**'

NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 33 2017 40 Burke C. & AmeliaB. sold Meier J. i tJ .1"'"- .

Maynard 30.07 desc in ORB 36 i i ,

& less part

SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 33 20 17 40 G. G. Garrett 37.29.. Will E. & :. .t ,-
in ORB 34 .: "'. t
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That part of N 1/2 of N .. less part sold p. .1
of Kenneth desc :"t'
1/2 lying W of R/W "
U.S. Hwy 19 desc in Doctor Salem J- Page 469 & $ .

ORB 72 Page 49 36 20 17 135. Baranoff, et: al 435.92SW : 481 less part '. :..
.,, "
{ .
: S. Townsend !'y r

1/4 ofSE 1/4 132018 40 Gene X, Starr & 34 Page 354 & ki ?" .<
'
James Henson 73.451 sold Frank .

desc in ORB + ,

N 10 3/4 Acres of W ', less part desc ,
1/20fSW1/40fSE'- --' : Page 368 sold !'. :l

1/4 lying N of County & Pat H. : ,
Rd 20 20 18 10 3/4 E.R. Bailey & Sons 12.49 part desc in

Page 453 sold : .' :' .' .
SE 1/4 of NW I/* 212018 40 Anna Louise Hicks 30.07 P. Harley : ( :;

Diocese of St. 33.89*
N 1/2 of NW 1/4 less Oak '\ *,; : . -f- -r'f 1.
Dale Estates Sec 1 desc Kenneth F. McLaughlin &. E 1/2 of SW 1/4 of SW *>; h' -. ./ ,- oy

in ORB 88 Page 370 31 20 18 80 Manuel R. Torres 55.88 1/4 except N 264 ft 10 20 20 16' L. G. Ferris ; '*' Mtf 18.94

-. ) "' J"" ";-'. .' .
NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 24 20 19 40 Theodoro Ceraolo 36.74* W 1/2 of NE 1/4 of NE ..::,,s a. .? u. ::!.

1/4 less & except the ,. "___'-; ', ;; $-1" : "' #

N 100 ft of S 250 ft following desc portion : :;...... ;.i. 1.'; : : ... .
desc in ORB 50 Pages } .. thereof Beginning at a =- "" ;" -t ''v 3: ''.
'
251 & 253 3 20 20 Florence Chapman 37.24*w point on the N boundary : .. <;ri4'i\'i> 't; ;,

of the County Rd that is p . ": .':-.:.

Commence at 1/4 Sec W210ftfromtheE ... : ,.,, '. ?! ....... \
'' o; .. .. ....i .:.... ; of ., fl..... .
Cor on the S boundary ... boundary the W 1/2 of O" \
of Sec 3 th E 738.6 ft.. ,' : : .' NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 th N . :\2' M ..;;
th N 2 degrees 38 min. "': v -" :- -. r-tf- .. along a line parallel to i-' i ..:" ,. ;
0.. / ,*>.!* '. .... .....
W 503.90 ft th N 83 the E boundary of the l ',:1 "' :
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degrees 43 min. E said W 1/2 of NE 1/4 of .' r.-r.'i"J .Iif r r .
136.35 ft for POB said \ < .iiof.> \:.;I NE 1/4 a distance of 210 "1 1 -: .
of w. '';;. ft th E the S '
POB being the NE Cor parallel to ; r J -:5-
First tract of land Lot f .: f- ',' boundary of the said W . " V.r? 1 -x., -

#5 conveyed by Deed 1/2 of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 )_1. ;. f---: >; ", >+>

dated January 19. 1957 . a distance of 210 ft to ; <- t: *<:'-* : '*'....' --:.
. "
from parties of first : ,' the E boundary: of said : _- ;: -' c r' -' .j -* '. .'
part herein to Arthur ; 1:. ." W 1/2 of NE mof NE .
1/4 th ; i a" .. J
& Richard Almquist th S o. S along the E *- :
5 degrees 35 min. E boundary of said W 1/2 J.... ik f :' '.
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of.NEl/4ofNEl/4to '.. ; :
along E boundary of

said 1st tract of land the N boundary of the . '?' ; : .. .
Let 5 conveyed by last County Rd th Northwesterly .. :' : i. .
, . ,4= ., '
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-- along the N boundary of .
aforesaid deed 75 ft to N _
boundary of tract of land the County Rd to the POB : : '. i -1-i 'k: r J '
conveyed this date by . desc in ORB 22pagell 13 20 20 19 L. G. Ferris. r} w .20:41.-

parties of 1st part to -.s F! 3N FA z
Willis M. & Tracy M. Begin at a point N 0 degrees : > ./ i .; :
: Wise th 83 degrees 43 09 min. 45 seconds ; : ....

min. E along the N bound- E 1457.03 ft along E '. .;' j ,
ary of last said tract of boundary of Govt Lot 5 '.....t 1;: .':'_
.' land & beyond a total of Sec 15 from SE Cor of ,- -i '. .

distance of 100 ft to SW ..' said Govt Lot 5 th N 89 > _',j A-k.J. ;. ..
: Cor of tract of land conveyed degrees 50 min. 15 :. _
by deed dated 0-' seconds W 135.0 ft th N 1-: ",

i Sept 17, 1957 from par- 0 degrees 09 min. 45 ,; v ; ., ;

ties of 1st part herein E- .0 seconds E 88.88 ft more ; *t- -. *-ti-i <-' -
to Clinton R. & Flo : ;., " or less to waters of '_ . : /i:1': : J
HudsonthNSdegrees35 ""'- .:- ."'=-;:. ";; ::, Lake Consula th North if.s..T"'!
::
,- ..;.t -,".- .:: '
of .J erly Easterly along & .
min. E along boundary { '. . ,n't'" "
:
E above desc land 75 ft ;. H :. ," . ''.f";,..?:' ., with the waters of said '. .
th S 83 degrees 43 min. "'-" lake to E boundary of ,,.:.-..,? ,,,,, ; -_s c :
W 100 ft to POB desc in < 5' ; '. -: ='4:.0 said Govt Lot 5 th S 0 c{ i;<..t..r :'f" ,'J: ....
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ORB 80 page 157 3 20 20 James. O DeWeese, ; 30.83._ *y: degrees 09 mis. 45 ."- "J Y ;. : ., : .
'\ -. .. ; secosda W along said E ... ; : -. ,:, .:

Commence at a point on . .. ., .J'.. boundary 416.67 ft more :. '
the N line of Sec 3 said *., :.....-... ....; J' or less to POB with
,. .. .. .. '!! -
point being on the ;:_ j ; casement as of record Crumpton Builders of _. -
Easterly R/w line of U.S. desc in ORB 91 96 15 20 20
Page Tampa, Inc. = '.. 99. 5* . :
Hwy 41 th along said R/W
line S 28 degrees 32 Min. That part of N 100 ft .' "" ,

B 825.53 ft to the POB .. of S 900 ft of NE 1/4
th N 83 degrees 50 Min. ">, of SE If4 E of Hwy 41

E 300 ft th S 28 degrees desc in ORB 59 Page 519 2120 20 Bin Collins 37.74.
32 min. E 105 ft th S 83

degrees 50 min. W 300 ft Begin 205.23 ft E &
lil: to a point on the afore- 620.4 ft N of 1/4 Sec I I


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Inverness Delinquent Tax ListNotice
DESCRIPTION S.T.R. Acres OWNER &COSTS

Cor between Sec 21 & is hereby given that the following described lands will be

22 th W 23.20 ft to the .- .". '" sold at public auction on the 3 day of June 1963 at Inverness the

Easterly R/W line of {* County of CitrUS. State of Florida to pay the amount due for

, ,'"' herein to the same together with all costs of
U.S. Hwy 41 th N 18 de- r' '*> taxes set opposite
... ,, ...
such sale and advertising.
grees 37 min. E along -
Amount of
said Hwy 110 ft th E 200 /
Owner taxes &. cost
ft tit S 104.25 ft to POB 21 Description Sec.Twp.Rge

th being in Sec 21 & 22 22 20 20 Leon W. Andrews: 41.74
Fletcher Heights 13-19-19 George L & 3.31
NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of
SW 1/4 of Lot 6 Hattie Meltor
NW 1/4 22 20 20 10 John H. Williams. jll:83-

.
Fletcher Heights 131919 George I. Meltor 401.99
Begin at NW Cor th E
All of Lot 7 less
with the N boundary line "
,
NW 1/4. all of Lot
296 ft to the W line of 1'
.
.- of all
8. S 1/2 Lot 9.
R/W of State 48 th
Hwy
", .; of Lots 10 & 11, all
Southeasterly along
that of Lot 12
':' part
said R/W 220 ft to : -
that lies South of St. -
stake then turn S & W '
.
Road 44; All of Lots
with meandering of Lake
13 to'26 incl. 40. 41.
to stake in Sec line
42. 43. 44. 53. 54. 55.
between Sec 23 & 24 th '
; -- all that part of Lot 56
N with said SecTine" r
.
' lying West of SAL RR
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535 ft to a POB all in : .
all that
' R/W and part
Govt Lot 1 desc _
in DB
of Lots 45 and 52 that
96 83 14 20 20 4 Ben 2544- -
Page J.'Atkinson4r.? .
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;'er a' lie within 33 ft of

.. Center Line of Highland .
E 1/2 of SW 1/4 of ; ., t' -
: SEl/4ofNWl/4& ," : ; ,
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.. '" o east 17.40 ft of Lots
W 1/2 of SE 1/4 of
45 52 sold
&
SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 34 20 20 10 James L. Reynolds 8.77 Francis W. williams.to -

: '. and except the R/W of
:
VV 1/2 of NE 1/4 of -r .
"
Highland Ave. All that
SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 34 20 20 5 Charles M. Hale 8.27*
part of Lots 74. 75. 86,
110 114& 116 that lie .
N 300 ft of S 420 ft of
west of SAL R/W and
that part of NW 1/4 .
all Lots 76, 77. 78. 79.
of
SE 1/4 lying W of I
80. 82. 84 & 112. desc-
State Hwy 264 desc Joseph & Eveline ", :''; : <1' :. ;;
in ORB 107 Page 208 35 20 20 Carlton. Jr. ; 13331: ".. cribed Page 182.Fletcher in.O.R. Bk 30


E 1/2 of SE 1/4 of John Earl & Ella' 13-19-19 David Stake 19.69
Heights.
NE 1/4 5 20 21 20 Rae Ogden 11.83* ': w \ .\
: The W 1/2 of Lot 58


S 1/2 of SE 1/4 Wallace!;. & Fletcher Heights. 13-19-19 Robert C. & 81.49

Fractional 192021 80 W. C. Wynns .' .54.53- Lot 60 Carolyn WilkersonN

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NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 6 ft of S 176 ft of 7-19-20 Joseph & 35.55
Fractional & SW 1/4
that portion of N 290 Elizabeth. Sidwellft
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of NE 1/4 Fractional
of SE 1/4 of NE
:
g"
' "f' '" .
of
& NW 1/4 NE 1/4
'
1/4 of NW 1/4 .
lying
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Fractional & S 1/2 of Wallace G & westerly of R/W of

NW 1/4 3020 21 150 W. C. Wynn 133.83.! *, St. Rd. 45, also knownas

US 41, and the N 6
S 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SW .. '
176 of 80
ft of S ft E -
,
,
"
1/4 of SE 1/4 except 15 ,. ." ., : : :: .
,' r ft of N 290 ft of SW
ft off Northern
Boundary 1/4 of NE 1/4 of NW "
forrd&Sl2ofSW4ofSWl4ofSE .
1.
!/ 1/4. ..,,,'.-.
1/4 except 15 ft off Pinehill Addition 18-19-20 Ray Arnold 109,30.

Northern & Southern Lotsll&12,13&14. '

boundary for Rd ways BlkF

desc in ORB 84 Ralph A.'& Rachel
Page 284 12 21 19 10 Jenkins i 47.36: C.P.savarySub171920 Norman P. & 39.78

.. division Lots 10, Maude-Savary
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N 1/2 of SW 1/4 of Thomas R. & 11. & 12 Blk A
NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 12 21 19 5 Thelma Ann Dawson 8.27

;>" C. P. Savary Sub171920 Norman P. & 7.98
S 1/2 of SE 1/4 of 'i division Lot 17 Maude Savary

NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 12 21 19 5 Alberta M. Smith 8.27, except begin at SE

corner of said Lot

Begin at a point S 1591. ... and running thence
86ft&W951.42ft . north 72.65 ft thence
from NECor of Sec 1 west 35 ft, thence

th N 330 ft th N 82 de- .' south 72.65 ft, thence

grees 25 min. 15 seconds . east 35 ft to POB
,
E 160 ft to the SW Cor of '' --

land of Ben H. Thomas -, , ,., Indian Hill Lot 17-19-20 Betty June Sadler 77.36 '
& Sybil B. Thomas desc " ;, < 12. Blk 92 OR Bk.

in DB 90 Page 56 th N 83. Page 460

82 degrees 25 min. 15 ... '
seconds E along the S ', ,'f'. i' of Inverness171920 Amelia Gavins & 88.67
boundary: of Ben H. ,_, ", ...l.:: .., ". Lot 2, Block 93, OR Wilma Henry

Thomas & Sybil B. ..j-''> r."',:. ',#, 4- Bk 17. Page 308 & OR '
Thomas land 500 ft :,< K4 Bk 65, P 387. '
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more or less to the .
waters of Withlacoochee ", City of Inverness 17-19-20 Anne D.S. 31.46.

River th Southerly along Begin 53.3 ft north SyphretteCity .
& with the waters of said of SW corner of Lot '

river to a point N 82 degrees 6. Blk 99. thencerun
25 min. E more east 104 ft. .

or less to the POB desc WekV.n C. & Celina ... thence south 52 ft -

In ORB 23 Page 326 1 21 20Wl2ofNEl4&N !'. Anderson 88.52 to POB OR Bk 11,
Page 62 -

Joan Hendersonlloppe .
1/2 of SE 1/4 5 21 20 160, ,129.26- City of Inverness 17-19-20 Ray D. & 175.69' .,
: 40 ft. on N side of Margaret Arnold ,.

s1/2ofNE1/40f Lot 15 and Lots 16 .
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NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 7 21,20 5 Kenneth Neal 5.42*, & 17, Bit 101. OR _
'q ; Bk 59, Page 231 .' t. ",:..'

N 1/2 of SW 1/4 of NE City of Inverness 17-19-20 Arthur White. "R' j 18.S4.' ,
1/4 of SW 1/4 & S 12ofNWl4ofNEl4 West 80 ft of Lot .';;, ,',
< '
J 20. Blk 110 OR Bk
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. of SW 1/4 7 21 20 10 Elwood Howard 15.89* 17 9 -
Page
.', .e,

. N 1/2 of NW 1/4 of Hadley Contracting' City of Inverness 17-19-20 County Land & 9L6?" '

. SW 1/4 12 21 20 20 Co.. Inc. 8.27 Lot 8 & Lots 9 & Builders lac. ", ".,

10 and less S 10 ft % jofea Zekatikas '
.
Lot 12Springrun Fred R. & Lucille of Lot 10, and less ;, .-

Estates Home .,:44.52 north 1 ft of south :., .. .. .

', 11 ft of Lot 10 lying ..'
That part of E 300 ft of east of a line 100 ft '. .\',.

NW 1/4 of Sec 10 Twp \. east of a parallel to ..#'o f.) ;

17 S Rgn 17 E lying S .; west boundary of "
of Lot 10 Block 120. '
of the highwater tine .. .
Du mellon Hydro Plant OR Bk 79. Page 502. . ; .

Pond Area of Florida '' '::'

Power Corp less & ex- '", -', .;._ City of Inverness 17-19-20 Hebert&iLythay2928: ; :
cept S 900 ft thereof. M. S. & Phyllis :- com.at a stake 50 W.'B.1ley' :r.6. '?. .< 0'J. '
desc in ORB 3 Page 138 101717, S. Bickley ft north of the SE
:: 260:1 '> '\ corner of Lot 2. - $..:".0' ,;. (

< Blk 126 & running -

thence west 100 ft
-- : to a stake on old .

SAL RR R/W, thence -: i
< : '4 V north 50 ft to another - .

stake; thence east 100 j

r'" ""film .II III 1 1 j I u 11 mil roo.nm' : which ft to another said stake stake is f:

the NE cor. of said

Lot 2. Blk 126. thence
south 50 ft to POB OR

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16-C The. CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE,,
Amount Of Amount of
Description See.Ttrp.Rge Owner Taxes & Cost Description Sec.Twp.Rge. Owner taxes & cast
-I City of Inverness 17-19-20 James F.Smith [ .
55.23
northerly
t bdry to the !
Lot S. Block 132 . .
easterly bdry of R/W -- '
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ot county road thence ; f
Lincoln Park- 16-19-20 John Manfrio '_ '. ... _
12.97 northwesterly along the :i>c"
Lots 2. 3. 4, 5 ___ :._ .. easterly bdry of saidcot.mry
& 6. Block C,OR ., road 465 ft, more
86 Page 559
or less to west Wry of .
.;........ ,-,;,; ': said sec. thence N 0 deg r 3;> .
Begin at NW corner 21920John..Manfrin .150.11 01 min East along W bdry. ," _
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of Sec. 21. thence E . >_ .. .,
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of said 4S
*;.> { $ -,;, :;\J; ; . sec. ft more : -
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along N bdry.' of sata :' or less to FOB. and that -
sec. 850 ft. thence S portion of NW 1/4 of NW -
0
deg 01 min west
1/4 of sec. 21. lying
271.35 ft to the northerly -
between the R/W of ACL
bdry. of a city RR and US 41 that lies
road thence S 73 .
northerly of the city
54 -
deg
mm West road less .
\ part sold Foster
635.29
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