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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: June 6, 1963
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
weekly[ former <1939-1968>]
semiweekly[ former <1980-1981>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028315
Volume ID: VID01592
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 15802799
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73rd YEAR NUMBER 23 INVERNESS, FLORIDA JUNE 6, 1963 2 SECTIONS 14 PAGES

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No Misconduct Proven Committee Set

Official Lauds New Facility Keep Or Kill C-C?

Pest Unit AskedTo To Study Water

As threatening clouds hovered Board of Health addressed the members for their cooperationand

improve SelfThe overhead a small but civic- group and poured out praise for assistance. Chambers En- Supply Of Area You Must DecideFriday
minded group of Inverness residents the interest work and final realization gineers & Constructors Inc. qf
and visitors gatherednear of the long-needed Ocala were the contractors.
CRYSTAL RIVER--A situation
The Mosquito Control District THE JURY REPORT further the edge of Lake Tsala ter and sewer system. THE APPROXIMATE total cost which it is night at 8 o'clock a very important meeting
says not alarming,
TJ will be asked tor improve its efficiency stated that with a public gody, Apopka last Thursday evening. ' Youand those who assistedyou of the overall water and sewer but one about which it is deeply is scheduled for the high school auditorium. All interested -
and operations in the individuals may listen to rum- Purpose of the assembly was to in this achievement have facilities is 325000. Of this concerned and promises to do citizens are urged to be on hand.
future as a result of the recent ors or observations but not dedicate the city's newestfac- much to be proud of," said Lee. amount, a grant of $76,358 will something about is being tackledby This meeting will be for the purpose of deciding
grand jury investigation.This understand what really occur- ility, a modern water and sew- This plant at Inverness is one be given to the city by the Pub- the Suncoast Chamber of whether or not this area of Citrus County continue
was a small part of a red. erage treatment plant. of the most modern and efficient lic Health Service. The new Commerce, announces. the with its Chamber of Commerce program--so vital
) nine-page recommendation and "It is the opinion of this Included in the group were facilities any municipality could plant is self-sustaining from chamber's executive secretaryBill to the growth and progress of the Inverness Floral
report which did not include an Grand Jury that the public is present and past members of have. The citizens of your com- water and sewer revenues and Byars. City and Hernando communities.It .
, indictment against any official entitled to know what takes the City Council other city officers munity will reap the benefits of is constructed so as to build on The need for basic data on Is a known fact that a Chamber of Commerce cannot
or employee of the mosquito place at the meetings of the and employes,engineers this commendable undertak- to It if and when the future de- ground and surface water resources operate without sufficient funds. Nor can it serve
control unit. Citrus County Mosquito Control contractors and state officials tug:' mands. coupled with! a growing its intended purpose without the interest and supportof
The Citrus County grand Jury District by publication of the from the Florida State Board Bonds purchased by the Housing concern over the inadequacy of the communities it represents. It would seem ap-
last week concluded its investi- minutes of these meetings in a Health A few interested citi- Also speaking was Bob Mich- and Home Finance Agency in the ground-water supply has parent that the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce
Citrus aels of A.P. and R.K.Michaels the amount of $250,000 were is in all of
gation of alleged irregularitiesand County newspaper tithe zens turned out for the cere- prompted the Crystal River- lacking these vital departments.The .
accusations against the con cost is not too great for the mony. Orlando, consulting engineers floated by the City of Inverness Homosassa Rivet Basin Board Citrus County Chamber Commerce must hive
trol district. The 18-man jury commission." who worked closely with the City with an interest rate of three to join in special studies with more members. It must have the necessary money to
convened last Wednesday after Recommendations were not in DAVID B. LEE. Director of in this project from beginning to and five-eighths per cent to be the U.s. operate efficiently. It must have the cooperation and
three days of hearings which included criticism of any official or em- the Bureau of Sanitation,State end. He extolled the city council paid semi-annually. Directors Geological of the chamber Survey. met support of those whose business and professional

testimony fro m 30 or ployee of the district, he report .' .,->'.' J'f .... Monday morning! and set up a lives have, are and will continue to benefit in someway
more witnesses subpoenaed. pointed out. committee composed of Paul directly or indirectly by what tbeCba.......
APPEARING BEFORE Circuit John W. Futrell one of the -.wa 1 : done is doing, and hopes to do in the future.
Lyons Barney Reeves, and
Judge Carroll W. Fussell the many witnesses subpoenaed for .. Ford Campbell to To be or not to be? That is the question, k will
grand jury found no misconducton testimony during the investigation matter. investigatethe be up to the citizens of this business and profession

the part of the mosquito con- had previously rapped the REPRESENTATIVES of the community to decide at tomorrow night's important

J trol unit, its directors, com- mosquito control unit for not Lions and Civitan clubs, plus meeting.

missioners or employes.The complying with regulations con- representatives of the Crystal , ..... .. .. .
report stated that the cerning monthly expense reports River Town Council the boardof
district, a newly created group- for work the organization county commissioners and
"and most certainly no public conducted. s I Ir the Suncoast and Citrus County
group operates with complete'efficiency" chambers of commerce will be Library Friends Forming July 15The

--is doing its job City i Will i Provide invited to a special meeting In
within the realm for which it
was established. the very near future.These men Planning Committee and Friends of the Library was explained -

The grand jury recommendedthat Beach For ColoredCity will meet with a representativeof representatives from organiza- by Miss Helen Clark,
the State Water Commissionto tions the
States Attorney Gordon G. throughout county met director of the Central Florida
Oldham, of the fifth judicial make plans for future stud at the power lounge Monday Regional, Libraries.
Council announced Tues ies and work.
and
evening passed resolution
.( and district, meet with directors day night that work will begin The basin board is especially to form an organization to be Jaycee InstallationAt
commissioners of the Citrus immediately to provide a sWim- interested in basin
protecting the known as The Friends of the Sweats Saturn y
County Mosquito Control ming area for the community'sNegroe streams, particularly the
Library.
District to "make recommen- aa New officers recently electedby
citizens. Crystal River from pollutionand
dations them The organizational meeting members of the
to for improving Inverness
their and City Foreman W.D. White was had several spot checks will be held Monday, July IS,at Jaycees will be installed
efficiency duringthe
operationsand
given instructions to. proceed made the
. by U.s. Geological which time officers will be
installation
that he submit his banquet to beheld
reportto with plans for a beach area on Survey in an effort determine the nomin-
elected. Appointed to
the grand jury Impanelled for at Sweat's Restaurant this
Lake Tsala Apopka north of 4 where the pollutionwasoccurrtag.
the fall term of circuit court.' town. This area will be made ;. ating committee were Owen Saturday at 8p.m. Vick Masco
Kennedy, chairman;Miss Evelyn of Palm .Harbour. will be the installing -
suitable for swimming, follow- . The basin board is also con- Bates and Mrs. Mary officer.
Runions Decide This ing dredging and spreading of :
cerned with efforts to establisha McRae. The new officers of the local
One ''Bears Watching white sand. Picnic tables div- .- salt-water barrier line and Mrs. T.C. Kelly, vice president Junior Chamber of Commerce
ing boards and other beach facilities ; -
prohibit the deepening or leng-: of the Citrus County Federation are John Dampier, president
HOMOSASSA SPRINGS--Mr. will be made available. of natural streams or of Women's Clubs,
. thening pre Richard Kelly, vice president;
'had and Mrs. L.C. Runion"' almost .-,,. ' .--.: ... ", ; : .' .".....'-.,."...... canals which connect to salt sided as planning chairman. Frank Bclkxt, secretary; and
couple an of unwelcome days ago when visitor a big;;rGi rrsc Canvass s M_....1Ji..t' water. ,Purpose, and function of The Cecil Berry Umui r.s _

black bear wandered aimlessly Far Short Of GoalThe IAT DEDICATION OF CITY'S NEW WASTE TREATMENT PLANT last Thursday evening, Inverness Whitelaw Seeks
across the in front of ... ....
street Council president J. Fred Hair (in front of tree) gets a big hand as he remarks with praise on the ;; ", "f:
their l Home. Girl Scout Fund Drive latest municipal accomplishment. Others including number: of women are out of range of the 1_ aA \ .. 1,"1i 't...
The Runions' dog wailed to get Committee for Inverness and photographer in the lower left foreground. -photo by Tannehill Top FFA HonorsFred ,,(
the
at strange animal but was Floral City areas announced l- -
held back. Runion said he would this week Whitelaw,immediate past
that the
recent can-
leave the bear alone unless it vass was far short of its goal. Charter To Be PresentedStQckholder president of the Citrus FFA
came in the yard...at which.time The goal set for Inverness was Chapter, won the area public r
he would take action to see that speaking contest last Thursdayin
of
$300 which yi1r
$182 was collected. -
everyone got a chance to look at Floral City's was $100 of Meeting June 13 competition at the Universityof
the intruder.
which $72 was received. Florida. His opponent was
Well's of Alachua.
Merchants To MeetThe Bake sales will be held in the Grier
near future to help raise the James Harman temporary THE OFFICIAL CALL also has tensive training program forthe The Floral City youth who just
regular monthly meetingof balance of the quota. A list of chairman of the organizational the proxy form as approved by proposed manager. graduated from CHS, will now
the Retail Merchants Assoc- those who contributed to the committee of the First Federal the regulatory authorities for Official opening of the First compete in the state contest
iation of Inverness will be held fund drive are under the Savings & Loan Assn. of Citrus those subscribers who cannot Federal Savings & Loan Association June 1.3, which will be held in
regu-
Monday morning at 9 o'clock in attend the of Citrus Is the Peabody Auditorium at Daytona -
lar Girl Scout News column. County, announced this week meeting in person. County pro-
the Florida Power Lounge. that the Federal Home Loan Chairman Harman has requested posed by July 15, in a locationon Beach. He only misled the
Bank Board in Washington has that those who cannot attend Main Street in Inverness. state honors last year by three -Y
signed the charter for the new the meeting please return by points.He .j
Seniors Receive Academic AwardsPat mail is also a candidate for the
organization and that the pro- their proxy forms order CITRUS SPEEDWAY c! p
posed manager. Bill Keating!:, to facilitate the carrying out of state president of Future Far- 'f1 .
Kelly valedictorian of the average in agriculture, from has received the charter together the business.He WILL OPEN AGAININ mers of America andwill be interviewed -
1963 Citrus High graduatingclass John Ossenfort. with instructions for reminded that in order to by the nominating
took top honors during Margaret Scott--highest average phase two of the organizational help speed the necessary paper WEEKLY RACESAfter committee June 10.
presentation of scholastic in chemistry, from Nicolas proceedure. work it will be appreciated if about two and a half Whitelaw will beamemberofthe
awards at last Friday night's Baklanoff. Harman reported that all per- all those who cannot attend nextw'eek's years dust will be flying againat local chapter's vegetable
graduation exercises here. Lynnette Stephens girl high- sons who have signed up for the organizational meeting the Citrus County Speedway judging team in grading,judgingand
Ten seniors were singled out est on senior test from O. charter subscription during the mail their proxies back to the located south of Inverness at identification, and the par-
by Principal Delmar Montgomery Frank Scofield. recent campaign have now been committee before Tuesday the fair grounds. liamentary proceedure team
notified by mail regarding the June 11.The wldch is also competing in the
prior to presentation of Clarissa George--best average Cars will be racing on the
diplomas by Harry K. Buie. in commercial subjects, "oflicial call" for an organizational oranizationallU"oup reports track opening night Saturday, state finals during the conven
county school superintendent.The from A.T. Carroll. meetinc at 10 a.m.Thursday that work is go ins:Iorwanl June 15, with starting time at .tion.
student recipients, their Fredia Williamson--also best June 13 in the Florida Pow- at a rapid pace toward preparing 8 o'clock. A number local and Herlong Will Speak
awards and the donors of each four year average in math,from er Lounue. The official! call for the opening of the new area drivers will be in the starting -
are as follows: West Coast Title Co lists the purposes of the meeting financial institution. Selecting lineup. At July 4 Festival
Pat Kelly--girl with best four David McDonald--best attendance chief among which is the acceptance of office equipment, various Operating the Citrus County HOMOSASSA SPRINGS--Con- s

year scholastic average, from senior year, from A.T. of the charter from forms and supplies is now being Speedway will be John; ameron pressman Sidney Herlong Jr. ...the fourth "R" for Mrs. Jones is for retirement...
Mayor Abe Weitz; best averagein Carroll. Washington authorities. carried out as well as an in oi Gainesville who has an auto will be the prinicpal speaker at photo by Tannehil)

home economics from Mal- wrecking yard there and in the Fourth of July 1 J-estival,according -
I colm Williamson; best three Ocala. Cameron plans to have to Henry Charles
year average in social studies, ... between 20 and 30 sports cars Barnes IL president of the local After 40 Years Of Teaching School
from Carey Smoak: best all- on the track every Saturday chamber of commerce.Mr. .
round senior, from- A.T. Car- nisiht. Barnes upon his return
roll; text book award from Beta 4. Keep an eye on The Chroniclefor from Washington, announcedthat 'Miz Jones' Intends Only To Relax
Sigma Phi; and one year schol- more information concerning Rep. Herlonp will speak at
arship from the Inverness Junior drivers and speedway programs Yulee State Park at 2:30. lie
Woman's Club Also,see advertisement anticipates a large attendance LORAL I CITYTeaching is her educator abilities, clings
Linda Ruth Harvill class elsewhere in this issue of the from counties in the 5th con- contagious like the gladness J ol well to the memories of the
salutatorian--best four year gunny paper. irressional Uistriit. a happy child. children she has taught over
, average in math from West s4 And lor over 40 years Mrs. nearly half a century.
Coast Title Co.; best four year Elva Watson Jones has sue But Mrs. Jones has resigned

average in English, from Sam Would Keep Budgets Balanced bumbed. to the epidemic. herself to a life of retirement,
Porter; 4-H achievement award i or over 40 years she has regardless of bow strong the
from Citrus County Council of eoatefged herself and. .hundreds yearning to return to the classroom -
Home Demonstration Clubs. of others with the three 'Rs", when school doors open
Richard Carroll Most courteous r-i I Weitz Suggests but now skeins chosen anotnerretiremeac. next fall.

from Bugg's GasService; SHE HAS NO definite plans for
boy highest In senior test from Mrs. Jones hardly leeks hike die future. "I'm just joint to
Hugh Barco; Funds: 'Overseer'cost the retirement type of teacher. play fc by ear" she. smiled admitting -
Fred Whitelaw--boy with best Her eyes still flash with a look that time-ver".as bees
four year scholastic average of wisdom understanding, and heavy on her hands. '.Maybel'll
from The Citrus County Chroni Ma\or Abrahameitz recommended more than S100, the purchasinc '- desire to instruct. Her voice get to do the many things I never
that a pnfchasme agent agent can secure several reflects a concealed sense of had dine to do before.
cle.Dale Gavin--best three year Fur the municipality be named bids provided the remaining humor which wbeableDdedwilb Where do you find a retired

'. . . "." ana ue suc.zestedtbatCit"C1erkRema balance: in the buffet for that school teacher after classes
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: : :. ... .. . ,::> \'. Dean jet the job. committee warrants it. w have been adjourned for the
At Tuesday niccht's City Council It is also recommended: that year. Mrs. Jones was still at
r seSSIOn :Mayor Weitz made the only the purchasing agent shall her desk in the sew wing of Floral -
Weather xn recommendations and'erea Jo the purchasing and in this way City Elementary School.Her
sons ale he believed a purchasing 'the' finance committee can see thoughts will probably linger
aeent is needed: at any moment whether any de- there after she leaves her car-
The plsfment committee is'over fig..
LOW HIGH purchase apestcan keep or
June 1 69 89 the v anous committees informed Ora'tefc.' its budstan lsiherethe dliti61/ eer.Born and raised in Floral
June 2 70 90 from tune to time astowte- item*needed can= be purchased City Mrs. Jones has taught. approximately
June 3 65 90 IT'S THAT TIME AGAIN-A group of interested people gathered at the steps of the courthouse ther or not any purchases ur at the lyaest price. Not my will but.thine be bait of her 40 years
June 4 66 92 Monday noon for the annual sale of tax certificates on delinquent Citrus County property. E. Van expenses can be made for their c.ou.'tun: Hehnar "Dutch" done. -- (Luke 22:42) in this community. Five more
Junes 69 Anderson tax collector, told The Chronicle 373 certificates were sold during the afternoon, with department needs wider the Posptech.Vhalnnaa of the finance K we wish truly to embody years were in other Citrus
all except 60 purchased by individuals. Total revenue from the transactions amounted to $16,554. budget: set up for tkelr commit- oomn ttee. heartily ea the love of God we muse bet County schools. She has taught
Anderson, *ho was assisted by Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Duane Segar. pointed out that althoughhere tees and if the balance in the dnrsed "el\ recomwealatfcNB. derstaadlslf, tolerant pa- grades one through eight and
: were more Interested buyers this year than In previous years there was less interest and budget tor their'OIDIIIitIee'ar but mere study will be dMt. ad kind. We therefore served as iairjii here and atI
..'w . .. ... ,>. .,. _. .. . fewer beiore wncil takes action sfcwiki willingly do the will of
After-two for
that parcels were advertised this time. years, a certificate holder may apply a rentsit. given *
. .. ....... . ...... tax deed to the land in question. photo by Tannehil I'ur am' items: which will Ood.







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... . Bridal Shower
- Homosassa ad Held
e4#. fletltet ee lHU1tw.
For Rebecca .
MILS VINCI INTlTAVIiNS ; Maynard

Citrus Courthouse SquareInverness 11bt 'Kettf Wed LECAOTO bridal shower 9 ie.
'K1dtJk
You will see a new library sign I
in the triangle by the I Post of was given at the Lecanto school --
Hardware ice.[ This was donated by the Miss Karlene Baclinian became building recently to honor Miss Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kinder of 1961 graduating class of Citrus

::,z .. Regional Library from ocala. the bride of Julian Kelly II in a marriage Floral City, formerly Charleston High. He also attended automo-
;11'i. The local library is cooperating double rjnjr ceremony June 1 at W. Va., have announced bile mechanics training schoolin
closely with the regional office the first Methodist Church of mingham, Ala. will be an event the marriage of their daughter, Tampa. Presently be is em-
f and the summer service plan is Inverness. Performing the canJeJiht.ceremony of July 5 in the Lecanto Churchof Janet to R.A. Knight Jr.,son of ployed by Bay Paving Co..Dun-
being carried out here. Smoky was the pastor Christ. Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Knight.of nelkm.
Bear will be here from 2 to 3 the'.Rev. Morris Gaskins. Miss Maynard.daughter Mr. Floral City. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Andrews
: 3.95 o'clock this Friday afternoon The parepts of the couple) are and Mrs. Harry E. Maynard of The wedding ceremony was of Inverness accompanied: the
T June 7 and everyone is welcometo Mrs. Richard Noble and Mr. Lecanto, was guest of honor with performed? in May by the Rev. young; couple to Stateaville.
come see him. The library is Karl Bachman of Tampa and 35 of her friends and class- Olin Kinsey, at Stateaville, Ga.
1 CHARCOAL GRILL KIT open on Mondays and Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. Julian, Kelly of mates. Hostesses were her two Janet is a senior at Citrus
"Even moderation shouldnot
1 days from 2 to 5 o'clock and on Inverness. 1, sisters-in-law, Mrs. Harry High School, while R.A will be
Kit Consists of: 1 Porta Grill Fridays from 3 to 5. It is on the Given in marriage by her Maynard and Mrs. Allen May- remembered as a member of the be practiced to excess."
u 10 lb. Bag Charcoal second floor of the Homosassa father, the bride was attired in a nard. She was the recipient of
1 pt. Lighter Fluids schoolhouse. gown of silk organza over satin many beautiful gifts in a room
accented with lace jacket and gaily decorated with flowers.BY .
s Compact Set-Up Saturday being a wedding an- "
Heavy Gauge EasT Bowl niversary of the Earl Weltys, sweeping train. Her veil fell Maico
from a lace pillbox and she carried Hearing Aids
.
$ Chrome Finished Grill Mr. took Mrs. out for dinner. dteM7ll11
b c1a 1L Guests of the Bill Jacobseashave a cassade of white carna-
For All Occasions Home Use been tions and sweetheart roses. MISS SHIRLEY SOMMERS *
Mr. John Jacobsen Orlando
Hearing AM Cantw
s o Picnics Beach Parties and Mr. Harry Menke and their Mrs. Michael Bachman / "
Camping grandson Johnny from Illinois. Tampa served her sister-in-
Twenty-one representatives of law as' Matron of Honor. Miss 'NJedd e911fJlQ47J Serving Central Florida Since 1948
Nancy Henley of Inverness was
Equitable Life Insurance Co.
Look for the Maico sign 35 W. Pb+e 0riHIIe
Maid of Honor, and Miss
Judy
of and Sjose
enjoyed a holiday fishing e 1t
GASOLINE CAN Green of Tampa was Brides- t4
relaxation at Homosassa Inn. maid. Mr.J.E. Smith, Consultantwill
Mr. John Shea and party of CRYSTAL RIVER--Miss Shir- NELSON SHORT be at the Jewel Box-Inverness
The attendents
six flew from Atlanta to Homo- wore baby blue ley M. Sommers has chosen FLORAL CITY Saturday 9 till 12
sassa-Crystal River airport for dresses of chiffon over taffeta Saturday evening June 22, at CHURCH OF CHRISTWe Batteries Accessories Repairs
and k
1 Gal. SizeFlexible a weekend of fishing. carried cassades of bluer.*".7:30 as the time for her weddingto at present are in a Gospel
Rubber Spouts Guests of Mr. and Mrs. O.H. carnations. .4 Mr. Jerry Rodebush.She Meeting at the Church of Christin
I Leakproof Hessler were Mr. and Mrs. Serving as best man was Gene* is the daughter of Mr.and Floral City. The services
.. Red Robert Kienzle of St.Louis Mo. Marlow of Gainesville. Mrs. WarrenJ.Sommers of this each evening is at 7:30. Bro.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Norris of Groomsmrn-ushers were city. Her fiance of Tampa is Raymond Muncy of Bloomington -
Miami stopped here for a visiton Michael Bachman of Tampa and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy ind. is doing the preaching.We .
their way north for a summer Earl Archer of Inverness. Rodebush of that city. wish to extend to you a cor-
\ 69C vacation.Lt. After reception at the Inverness The wedding ceremony will be dial invitation to come and hear
Col. and Mrs. Floyd Wil- Woman's Club the solemnized at the First Metho- the Word of God each night. It
\ son have spent the past few couple left for a wedding tripto dist Church the Rev.Tom Price comes to a close Sunday night.
the Gulf beaches.
days here looking around, perhaps For travelling officiating. A receptionwillfollow "Show me thy ways, 0 Lord;
for a new homesite. the.bride wore a green suit with the ceremony at the American teach me thy paths. Lead me in

Other visitors in the area over matching. and green accessories.Mr. Legion Hall. thy truth (Ps. 25:4-5)). These
the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Kelly will reside Given ShowerA words express the deep desireof
49.95 Charles Michaels of Tampa at Moss Oaks Trailer Parkin bridal shower was given at the soul of David. He prayednot
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Owing, Mr. Inverness. the American Legion Hall sev- only to be shown the way but
and Mrs. R.J. O'Brien and Mr. eral weeks ago for Miss Som for the wisdom to see the ways Crystal
20" ROTARY MOWER and Mrs. Burwell Neal all fromSt. 1tea P a mers. Hostesses were her sister of the Lord. He had a desire to
Petersburg. Mr.andMrs L. Mrs. E.V. Grover andMrs. see the mercy, goodness lov-
E. Nieman from Burtonsville Earl Peters. Entertaining the ing-kindness justice and righteousness Paradise
Heavy: Gauge Steel Deck W/Baffle Md., Mr. and Mrs. A.O. SparksJr % *ecec large group of friends with of the Lord. A
.. 7 T 1.50 Wheel from Macon, Ga. Major R. 'j musical numbers were Mrs. "Teach me thy paths". David
0 Cutting Heights G. Sturges from Patrick A.F.B. The engagement and approaching Adelina Davis, Mrs. Anne Lev- wanted tq know more than just p Estates Inc.
and James Bush of Albany. marriage of Miss IdellLan- ins. Betty Sue Williams and the ways of the Lord.He wanted ,
Chrome Plated.Steel Handle Homosassa Civic Club business drum is being announced this Miss Irene Roberts.The honor- to know the paths of the Lord.He

EaajrSpin Recoil Starter meeting will be June 10 week. ee received many beautiful wanted to be taught the grace of FULL ACRE
and social June 24, second and Miss Landrum is the daughterof gifts. God--his mercy, goodness
2 H.P. Btigga & Scratton EngineGRASS fourth Monday nights. Dues are Mrs. Merritt H.Williams and justice and righteousness. It
$1.00 a year and any adult citizen '- the late T. Frank Landrum.She seemed to be the earnest prayerof (Less 25 ft. Read RKitsPK
i is welcome to join. Dues is a graduate of the Universityof Beverly HillsMiss David to God that these holy
payable now."Children. Florida with a B.S. degreein characteristics might become
biology, and of Duke Univer- Jessie Trimboli left for real knowledge in his life. Men 'linT Curt NwMllvs
I certainly grow up' sity with a certificate in physical her home in Brooklyn.N.Y.last learn by experience.They cometo S
fast. Before you know it, the 1 therapy. Saturday. She has been the guestof know the grace of God when

SHEARS little girl in the frilly organdy The bride-elect will be mar Mr. ani Mrs.,Ronald F.Bur they listen to him speak in his A MMtk
dress is a grown woman in ried to Parrott Alton ParrishJr. word and obey it. We know the YIa-
blue jeans.-Harold S. May, at 8 o'clock Saturday nightin ton.Mr.. and Mrs. E.Raimondihadas goodness of God by his material
Florence (Ala.) Herald. the First Methodist Church of dinner guests last SaturdayMr. gifts such as-life, light, love
Starke. and Mrs. Eddy Britton.The health and happiness. The
e Keen Mr. Parrish is a graduate of dinner was in honor of the Brit- greatest gift of his love was the Money Back Guarantee! AItyt-
EdgeHardened gift of his only Son..who is the
the University NorthCarolinawith tons second wedding anniversary -
Blades a degree in political sci Way, the Truth and the Light.He .
Easy ActionComfortable ence. The shuffleboard courts southof who is the Way, Truth and High and Dry 1 Mite East ef

Baked No invitations are being sent the recreation room have Light, is the way for every life.
-' Red Handles Enamel but friends and relatives ar$ been repainted and- are ready When we follow him in meek- .: Crystal River Airport On Hfgnway 19
invited to attend.(1 for'use. ness and faith and in humble
The Beverly Hills Civic Assoc. obedience this path of mercy
"EVEREADY"FLASHLIGHT "The opinions a man expresses held an executive meeting May and truth will always be beforeus. FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION

at a party are, often 28. Garl L. Cultice. 1st vice .
& 2 BATTERIESSPECIAL changed when he gets ,home." president presiding in the absence Lead me in thy truth.' He
OFFER! -George B. Bowra, Aztec of the president Peter wanted not only, a clear know- CLIP AMI 1 MAN. Tl:
E. Zaun. ledge of God's Truth but to be
Review.
(N.M.) Independent
like the Lord in his mercy JAMES POMPEO, Rt. 46, PiaeBrook New Jersey
Tough Case Chemical & Oil Resistant ---- -----------
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S Non-Breakable- Leas ," '. eousness. It is one thing to see

.. Insulated DeathsMilton and another thing to be.It is goodto Name............................................................................
Appealing Colors: Beige, Blue, Tan, Black
but better but
see, to know
best to be and to do. Address........................................................................
$1.59 Flashlight & Battery L. Clegg Mrs. Phillip Kloepfer Let us look into the mirrc r of Please send more information about Crystal Paradise EstatesOR
KEEP YOURWEDDING Funeral services were con- the soul (God's Word) and lethe
Value For Only ducted last week for Milton L. Mrs. Lauretta Grayce Kloep- ( Lord guide us in all his ways ----- -- -- -------- ---------------------------- ---.'
STORY Clegg, 38-year-old Inverness fer, who passed away Saturday paths and truth..and all will be PHONE Jack McGowan, 795-3147 Crystal River. FU.unTime .
native who died in Tallahassee.He afternoon, was laid to rest well in the world to come.
ALIVE FOREVER was the son of Mrs. Bessie Tuesday morning in Oak Ridge

Buy Today between the Clegg of Inverness.Mr. Cemetery.
covers A native of .
Clegg, who went to school Brooklyn N.Y.
_ of one of our here and was well known in the Mrs. Kloepfer had resided in
.a m And Save Wedding AlbumsThe : Inverness, community, died SatUrday Inverness for the past seven

,-,May 25, after a short years.
whole true story illness. He:was a former resident Surviving are her husband, Gift forFather's.
of your wedding in 'tf Orlando and had,lived in Phillip H. KloepferSr.of Inverness
TOOLBOX color or in our specially Tallahassee about 10 months. ; two sons Elbert Kloepferof

finished prints . . .. '.A veteran of World War II. he Hemstead N.Y.. and PhillipH.
4 49 All Metal Hip Roof made just for you by wash graduate of the t''niversity Jr., of Sayville, N.Y.: and
of I lorida and Florida two grandchildren.
... Full Size Lift-Out Tray one of our skilled State:
services held
Rosary were
-- -- W/2 Compartments candid photographers. University. He was employed by
the Florida Monday night; at the chapel of
Merit System.
.
Over-Lapp Lid with Porter Funeral Home.Requiemmass
Survivmrs in addition to his!'
.
Full Piano
Length Hinge
offered for the
was repose
mother
are his wife Mrs. Mildred -
Baked-On Gray Finish ,, \\ 1:(:egg;two daughters; Den of her soul on Tuesday "

..... ....._ ... : yse and joy Clepg.Tallahassee morning at Our Lady of I I.atima
a brother, George R. Cleo.!)!. Catholic Church I IT. James
liojre( in charge.
Tallahassee: four sisters/Mrs. )

8" TABLE FAN ZELLER-O'NEAL Odelf 1 Stivender, Tampa, Mrs.
Hubert Sassard, Crystal River,
t'.S. 41 No. Inverness Mrs. .Heatrice Webb Baltimore Vernon R. Gfeller :)
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Chrome Guard -Polished Blades .
Phone 726-2771 -, aunt' Mrs. Bessie .Law.
8" Size
Budget Priced Fan Charlotte. N.C. Wednesday morning! funeral
Single Speed, 2 Pole Motor, 115V services were conducted for
40 Watts, 30-60 Cycle, AC Only .,; KW,,V\.N1MH'NM.' 'M.N17 W\.NN N-N\.1 M1"..vK.\"\" .Vernon R. (Gulfy) feller; 50- L tti .' :; Hours
-old Kankakee. Ill. native
Pearl 1 Grey Finish $ year
.:,. I GIVE 10"'J and resident ot Oak Lawn. III.,
.
: 4.98 who passed away May 31 at Oak
1 Lawn after residing tor a number

BRAKE! $ of years in 1 loral City.
The graveside rites at I(ills
:- -- of Rest Cemetery. I loral City, Pro-T Shirts by Haynes i,

1.79 I! were conducted by I r. James $3.99 to $4.99
I Ho-'e ol Our Lady ol I atima
PATIO LITE t i itJnt Catholic Church.Porter I uner- I. ( Custom Jewelry Accessories ,
al Home ol Inverness was in
6 ;i charge ol arrangements.Amon \ Tie ClaspsGndTacks
rt Large Aluminum Reflector ) iu of Mr.
e Rust Proof L :? the survivors y V Cuff Links
Cileller are one daughter, Mrs.
All Purpose Indoor Outdoor Make e'eIbra job you d I and Bill Folds from $3.00
Hundreds of Practical Uses: { _$: Beverly II u rs e f, two up

Outdoor Photography Living Garage- Home Use Insects- i 1 a Don't COMPLETE install I5RAKE new linin JOH"_j III.crandchiklren. all of Oak Lawn, Boxed Dress Handkerchiefs

Sick Room Attic $ \\hen the drums are out oi $ to Box $1.00
I round worn or scored. Have $$ Dr. Fred BradleyThe

'ICE CUBE TRAY DOUBLE PACK them precision machined on $$, iuneral for Dr. I red g'- 3.00
our VAN NORMAN Brake T. ; Sport Shirts 1.99 to
Unbreakable Polyethylene 1 Drum Lathe. No need to remove :: Bradley was held Monday morn
Cube. Twist Right Out hubs or tires irom $ ine in the chapel ol Porter I un- : Dress Shirts 1.99 to 3.99
i drums. i._. ." eral Home. Dr. James C.Clark -
/ > Coats 14.99 to 24.99
BJ! . ___3LcJ Natural Color :' J: 01 the Inverness Presb"teriaaChurh Sport

Reg. 35C : t = oificiated. Intermentuas Slacks 5.99 to 9.99
Sgt
in Oak Ride Cemetery.Dr .
BraiHey, 74": was a native Pajamas 2.99 to 3.99 1 &l

40' Rubber Ext. Cord Light Duty I : 'lJ! .iRL 1! 01 but Srafebl bad bee alls.'a Ontario resident Canada River Ties Sox Handkerchiefs -

$1.98 SPECIAL $1.25 Bend section of South Belts
Dunne
Reg. .
I t :1: )III: J;
km I Ia. for the past lour years.A tiiiIilj
20' Rubber Ext.Cord Light Duty t veteran of \\VorMVar'. he -

Reg. $1.49 SPECIAL 98C tt t "We Service What We Sell" Citrus passed Memorial away Sunday moraiair. at
Hospital.Dr.
2 ONLY Aluminum Boat Chairs BraOley's rIvors iaclude ; MIIIstrllt
So. We t Main 5 (
Inverness
Fla. one sister Mr*. Gladys KENNEDY'S
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I Lte'm Says... Hospital t l Notes .. I .

I PUBLISHERiSCORNER Modern
DEAR' MISTER EDITOR: Well, I note where the post offices ADMISSIONS Homes
I see where a perfessorof all over the nation has fin WING I
chemistry in one of them big al had to destroy around 580, I Condrey. Naida B., Inverness
colleges is claiming that the 000,000 of them old 3-cent post Pearl Floral
Gage A. City /te4.c4 gett 4
worm in the apple is a "better cards. : -y : Markham Elizabeth. Inverness e' W !
source of vitamins" than the ap- The post office folks knoweda FLORIDA'S NATURAL Anderson Herbert Inverness
pIe Maybe its the worm a day year ago the post cards was going beauty is something we all enjoy Cassady Frank Dunnellon
in the apple that has beenkeepIng up to 4 cent, and the law and I wonder if sometimeswe Culm. Beatrice Lecanto
the doctor away all these was passed back in September, don't discount it too much. Adams Lonnie Eugene, A eeluma of helpful home building -
years. I tell you Mister Editor 4 months afore it went into effect However, some of the tourists .. JacksonvilleWise hints brought to you Neb
life is gitting complicated.Per in January. But they still attractions that we take with a Esker Hernando week as a public l service.
sonal. may come down to the had hundreds of millions of them 'grain of salt offer real interest Shepherd, Lee Yankeetown
end of my days a little short on 3-centers: on hand. I reckon this too.I Coogan. Joseph, Lake Panasof-
vitamins but 1 aim to keep on 'is what you would call our usual recall several years ago fekee
eating the apple and dodging careful Guvernment planning. visiting the Robert Ripley"Be- Neher, John Floral City I SMOAK & OGDEN
I brung this item up at the lieve It Or Not" museum in St. Smith, lois Dunnellon -
country store Saturday night and Augustine. I found it extremely Balasch, Antoinette Inverness
worm.feel Zeke Grubb said fer me not to interesting informative and en- r ti Kloepfer, Grayce. Inverness
git alarmed over the matter and those of i 4tf
cool tertaining to you Green Vicie Crystal River Citrus Co mety's Oft
that this was due to our standard who haven't visited it I suggesta Honeberger, Alice St. Petersburg- Established CmttrftCtors
stockpiling percedure.Zeke Sunday trip over St.Augustine
allowed as how the Social Security way to look it over. Hall Michael inverness
folks fer instant has *******
Hoge Father James Inverness CAREY SMOAK
probably got enough printed WE GET LETTERSBorrowinga West, Gladys. Floral City
Iti@ cards already in storage to take phrase from a part of the Ingraham. John. Homosassa
care of our population till 10 fine Perry ComO TV show 'we WLNG II
year beyond eternity.Hefiggersif get letters', they come from far Daniel, Ada Crystal River
they would change the form and near and the general themeof Jackson Doshia inverness SNUG IN THIS ROOM
real sudden it would take 16 most of them tends to make Wilson King Inverness
battleships from now till next our hats fit just a bit tight.Peo- Franklin. Althea Inverness
When the weather wilts January hauling 'em out to sea ple tell us we are putting out a DISCHARGESWING TF there's a hi-fi or stereo bug in the family, beware!
and dumping'em. good newspaper and there is *
I This breed of hobbyist will gradually take over
your hairdo won't if it's Ed Doolittle took sides with nothing that makes a dedicated 4 Marshall Adele
*' Zeke claimed we couldn't git no feel better. every room in the house. Ask anyone who's ever
arranged in an easy-care newspaper man any Gavin, Berniece
place without good standard His lot, from the) day he en- RenfrewlJa stumbled across a dismantled amplifier spread out
style by our experts. stockpiling percedures. Far- ters the field until he leaves it. Fraze. Carolyn on the living room floor, or found a 10-inch woofer
I Call for regular appoint. thermore, Ed pointed out big is one of a lot of hard work low Barnes Lillie half buried in the cushions of his favorite easy chair.
ments and look your best firms like General Motors is compensation and sometimes no BY GUM,IT'S THE BIGGESTI--Ttiese two North Carolina visitors Feahr Joseph Why not set aside one room in the house that
careless that way don't stock- compensation. However he stop to get a better look at the large black gum tree at Nature's Bellamy. Jimmie
for summer. pile except fer the next year,but manages to "luck" it throughand Giant Fish Bowl, Homosassa Springs. The old landmark over 13 Cassady Frank the hi-fi enthusiast can call his own? If there's a
Phone for our Guvernment stockpiles fer' feel good when someone feet in circumference is said to be the largest black gum tree Nunn EulaAnderson spare bedroom available, this might provide the
Appointment the next generation. On accountof says, "You're doing a good job, in the United States. --photo by Tannehillof Hubert ideal spot. Also, don't overlook the attic or basement.
the next generation is goingto keep it up".
Romanow V'ladymir This unused space can be converted into an attractive
726-2601 have to pay the bill Ed claims We have felt that
long
a news- Florida. houetting New York City's famous Condrey NaidaHonsberger
I livable hobb for little
the Guvernment is following a paper reflects the ideas and am- This isn't true in every case. skyline can be best des- Alice room surprisingly money.
I I Mildred's BeautySalon sound phiscal policy in these bitions of the people who do the but a lot of the members of the cribed as breath-taking. Green VicieSchneider The attic, for example, is already roofed oxer:
matters. work on it. The Chronicle is legislature seem to forget the ....... Sophia and enclosed and generally includes at least one
J Yours truly fortunate to have a staff of pro- "home folks" when they get up A CUTE STORY-A kinder Balasch Antoinette heating outlet. All that normally remains to be done
UNCLE LEM fessional people handling the to the seat of teacher Hall Michael
government.I garten during,Gordon is to install the interior finish materials ceiling,
! advertising and editorial matter haven't lost faith in my fellow Cooper's recent earth-orbiting Smith Lois
i and a crew of production peoplewho man one bit. However if flight, asked her class the name Geney JohnMarkham walls and floors), plus a few built-in shelves and

Good Buys In Real Estate are devoted to constantly our political future must be of the astronaut making the trip. Elizabeth work tables. Furnishings and decorative touches can
improving the newspaper.If trusted to a group of fumbling There was no spontaneous an- WING 11 be added later as time and budget allow.
I we can just wring out some horse traders I say let's look swer until a small boy raisedhis Daniel Ada Here are a few pointers to keep in mind when
1280-Acres of good land price at $150 per Acre. more patronage in the way of up some new talent come next hand and said "i'mnotsurebut Strick Alberta
Two-40-Acres Tracts in two miles of CrystalRiverPrice advertising and readers we election time. A few new dedi- I think his name is Rocket- BIRTHS planning an attic or basement "hifi"room:
at - - - - - - - $150 per Acre pledge the Chronicle readersthe cated people in the legislaturecould feller." WING I 1. Make sure there's plenty of storage space for
500 Acres on Gulf - - - - $150 per Acre best weekly anywhere. do more for the state in To Mr.and Mrs.Joseph Mark- tools and equipment. Built-in units are desirable
5-Acres Tracts Full Price - - $995 - - ******* BETTER BATTERYThis
than ham, 5-30-63
one regular session the a girl on because they are compact and require a minimum of
500 X 550 ft on Hwys 19 & 98 full price - 7500. THE BIG BUST IN TALLA- present group can accomplish in is one of those "maybe' To Mr.and Mrs. Edward Green
room
2 1/2 Acre Tract - - - --- $795 - - space.
hassee-The present session of a dozen regular and twenty- tips but it's intriguing enoughto a girl on 6163To
River Front Lots full price - - - - $3,500 2. Avoid excessive sound reflection within
the state legislature is about to four special sessions. provide food for thought. If Mr. and Mrs.Reece Smith the
River Front home nearly new - - - $11.500 go into the records as a "bust". ....... your battery is too weak to turn a boy on 6-1-63 room. Too much reflection not only decreases listen
It continues to amaze me the STAR SALESMAN-We'vebeen the car drop mothball WING II
a
over :
ing pleasure, but in the case of stereo, can actually
Real obvious change hat takes place privileged to know some real in each cell. What happens next To James and Ada Daniel, a
Estate
Bryant in persons and personalitieswhen fine sales personalities in many is the question. And what hap- girl on 5-29-63 destroy the desired effect. A useful tool to control

they are selected to go to 'fields of endeavors but believe pens to your battery after thatis DEATHS this condition is acoustical tile, an inexpensive,
Crystal River the state capital to handle the I've found the supersalesmanright even wore of a question. And Grayce Kloepfer InvernessDr. sound-ab!orbent ceiling and wall finish that fits in
affairs of our sovereign state here in Inverness. this is a good place to state Fred Bradley Dunnellon
I Walt Connors of Connor's Office again that these tips are offeredas with modern concepts of room decor. In many cases,

I I Supply is a 'salesman'ssalesman' ideas only. The wise sports- applying tile to the ceiling will provide enough
s .. bti t Thursday afternoon man will check each one out for People invariably turn to news- sound absorption; in others, it may be necessary to
Walt came in for a discussionand himself. papers for information ranging
m he got around to the sub- from the practical arts to the cover part of the wall surface as well.

ject of ethics in selling. He impressed When the destination is desirable abstract sciences, for enter- 3. Don't forget that footsteps and ,other impact

r.I T.IIDi .fd6 me with the code he has expectation speeds our tainment ranging from cross noises on an upper floor will disturb family members _
set for himself and I was doubly progress.Mary Baker Eddy word puzzles to comic strips.
impressed with his code when I below unless they are muffled. Probably tile

realized just how competitivehis easiest way to soften impact noises is to install a

OZEs & market is. resilient material the attic floor that
i
on can dissipate
Just a friendly tip if you need
Lee
__ -I' office supplies call this fellow 'Beverly ShopSays much of the impact energy before it passes throughthe
he works harder than anyone I floor structure.

Let our years of experience and dependability combined know at the job of satisfying his
customers. In addition his keen
with fast ,and efficient service help your. present and future wit and fast repartee will leave Smoak & Ogden
-' you feeling good for just having
f needs QUALITY ROAD BUILDING, ASPHALT talked to him. BACK TO SCHOOL CLOTHES now coming in. Be prepared with
your back to school clothes and start LAYAWAY now. Only 12 General Contractors
*******
; PAVING, CLEARING & EXCAVATING. A fleet I of 50 WEEKS to back to school.BOBBIE BROOKS dresses and coordin-
AN AMAZING SIGHT-New ates. Sizes 5-15 others 8-20. from 8:30 600.
Open every day to
available.
machines
York Harbor and the Statue of All day Wed.. Sat. till 700. Remember we're not expensive, it's I Inverness.....Phone 726-2661
Liberty combine to make an the lookl We strive for QUALITY and SATISFACTION to you.
CENTRAL FLORIDA CONTRACTING CORP amazing sight when viewed by Main Street, Inverness, Fla. :
I night from a helicopter.With .

1 U.S. 41 South Inverness Tel. 726-2267 area on business hand for in Monday.the New flew York 1 1 1 .._ _...

T. Val Infantino Donald Kabrich Buddy Murphy to Idlewild Air Terminal late

Gen. Manager Sales Manager Prod. Manager Sunday and reserved space on
the shuttle helicopter take me Mix; Concrefeflvmc
to the Newark Airport. CARROLL Ready

4-- The helicopter takes off from ,
Idlewild and makes a wide half-
circle across the harbor and ,
halfway around the Statue of Li- l- :'
Cochran Chevrolet Ready-Mix Concrete Inc. JJ41 !
berty. The combination of these .
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Prices begin at $1795.00 and up. Depending on body type. ,
The Veep by ARA is anecitin2cpncept
in dash air conditioners. DUNNELLON HUatv 9-2831 /4 / f "
1963 Chev. 6 cy. A.T. 5700 miles White A.T. Heater - - - - - - $2195.00 The full radius \entsallow 1.B 1.
1961 Chev. 6 cyl. A.T. 17.000 miles Belair 4 door - - -:- - - - 1595.00 you to direct whopping amounts SAND
1961 Chev. 6 cyl St. Drive R&H----------------------- 1395.00 01 cold air where you want it in EXCAYATMfLIMEROCK
1961 Ford V8 Galaxie 500-4 door R&H W.W. tires A.T. - - - - - 1495.00 your automobile 0 r station ..i. fo
1959 Ford V8 Galaxie door St. Dr. overdrive R&H - -,- - - - ;- 1195.00 wagon Hi-ih volume streams of \ O ROCK tMltDilNi
1960 Chev. 6 cyl. Station Wagon R&H - - - - - - - - - : - 1295.00 cold air directed by a fins-tip.. ASPNALT MVIMi
1957 Chev. V8 Station Wagon A.T.R. & H Belair - - - - - - - -.. 795.00 Takes only hours to install... CEMENT 9S'Pf/,9LT
1957 Chev. 6 cyl 4 door St. Dr.------------------------- 675.00 fully taranteeJ...pricN now at V
1956 Chev. 6 cjl. A.T. 4 door wagon--------------------- only '
1960 Ford Falriane 500 4 door R&H A.T. - - - - - - -- -.- -- 995.00 CONCRETE ..
1958 Rambler 4 door :; t Sumtervllle
R8r.H'M-: - - - 695.00 # j
1955 Chev. V8 4 door Wagon St. Dr. - -- - -,- - - -... - - -.- - 495.00 $259.95Installed f COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL
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2 1955 4 door 6 and 8
Chev.
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PLANT MIX ASPHALT
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Buick St. Dr. -------------------r---------: 195.00 Low
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1953 Packard 4 door - - - - - - - - - - - 195.00 -
1958 Chev. 2 door 6 cyl. St. Dr. - .;. - - -:- *- -','\._ :' -.-; - -'; - 595.00 : WAY PARKING AREAS
1958 Ford V8 3/4 Pup - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 495.00 WITH
1961 Corvair Rampside - - - - - . - - - - - - - - 1195.00 D w STREETS
1952 Chev. Pickup As is - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 150.00 4
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_ Counts Bakery Closes After Two Years HereAfter Williams.Holds Spring Recital Thurs. 1m .+. ill j .ID. Art Classes Set To Begin June 13

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over two years of servinjr her host of friends as Vir,1nia., '"' '' I ReJj HIiRNANDO--Art classes for be under the supervision of
A recital held la
this community with the bestin has been serving as president spring was "t.I1ulI"Sltay Crystal IveriJRamblelngs both children and adults will get Cramer Swords of Gainesville
superb pastries.Counts Bakery of the County lo'ederatiunufWu- evening at the Inver- underway Thursday of ngxt noted area artist who maintains
on Courthouse Square clos- inen's Clubs in Citrus County. ness Woman's Club building and week. These classes will be held studios in Gainesville and

ed its doors Saturday. Its operators She expressed her deep appreciation of featured Mrs. Maxene voice and Williams.piano pupil\ ; weekly through Sept 15 and will Ocala.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald and best wishes to her .. ;. The classes will be held from
Those taking the recital
Counts are returning to De- many faithful customers and and their numbers part in Bible School Parade 9 to 12 noon, 1:00 to 3:30 and
troit where they left to come to friends. Reed, "Hawaiian were: Love Mrs. Bea Wilhsma and child family Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hay- 3:30 to 5:30. The studio will be
Citrus County five years ago. Song"Jerry Katrina Deaton, ren motored to Tampa last nes, Jr. of Steubensville, Ohio.,. CRYSTAL RIVERElevengaily located in the old post office
Their daughter will NO JINGLE ; "Spider decorated cars filled with to the left tile Her-
Nancy Dance" and "Elevator" Thursday to meet her husband Miss Branda Maynard is visiting ) building of.
graduate from BOW HUNTER'S SPECIAL ; Mar- .. .. teachers and of the Vaca- nando Civic Club.
Sunday Valparaiso tha Hair Low Capt. James R. Williams Jr., her brother-in-law and \ /! pupils
Tape key, loose change, "Swing Sweet Bible School of the First For further information.
University Valparaiso Ind. cartridges who had flown in from California sister.Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. tion con-
Chariot'! Linda
Connors,
and the couple plan to be pre- that might clank at the "Streamline Express"' and after serving a year of dutyin Lewis, Jr. in Jacksonville.Mr. . .f.' .= Baptist Church paraded throughtown cerning these summer art
sent for the ceremonies. wrong: time with adhesive tap!. Korea and the far east. and Mrs. Clyde Lemon Saturday morning follow- classes contact Mrs. Nocvell
Mrs. Counts better known to The big bucks will hate you. "Porcupines"; Faye Hair, Mrs. Williams and family have have left for their home in Jane .l.fMISS ing registration and assignment Bryant or Mrs. Helen West-
"From a Wigwam"
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Betty Joy Weseman, "Short- been making their home with Le\\, W. Va. brook. __________
her parents, Dr. and Mrs J.B. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Ragonesehave Classes began Monday morningand
nin' Bread" Sandra Connors, A mind anl
; lively at east can do
b"y7 isI "Oh, Dearl! What Can The Oliphant. They are leavingtodayfor left for their Bedford N.Y.. will continue daily until with and
Mat- seeing nothing
can see
Morgantown W. Va here home. JOYCE OLIPHANT Friday, June 14.The Rev.George
T1 ter Be? ; Pam Kogelschatz nothing that does not answer.
y' they wil visit his parents, going Mrs. Mary Whigham and son L. Painter is principal of the
I "Popcorn Man"and' Chimes"; --Jane AustenTTiis
Jennice Hair "Prelude in C on to Pennsylvania and New Sam, of Tampa, were guests of Receives Award school.
__ Minor"; Randy Nobles and Jersey for a visit with friends Mr. and Mrs. h. eugene May ,
Kathy Nobles, "Comin' Round and realtives before taking up nard.Mrs.
the Mountain": and Randy Nobles their residence at Ft.Monmouth Buster Hoy is visitingher Completes Book
"Marines Hymn." N.J. where Capt. Williams will daughter Judith in Jackson-
attend school. Mile. CRYSTAL RIVER-Miss Joyce ,
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Sherman. Mr.and Mrs.Larry White have Oliphant ol Macon, Ga.,dau rht
Mrs. Bryant'sArt Mr.' and Mrs. Jim Kelley and returned to their home after a er of Dr. and J.B.Ohphant 3/ Pet Shop

Mrs. Nellie Rizor returned last trip to Roanoke Va.,Cincinnati, of Crystal River, was awarded
week from a vacation spent in Kenton and Mansfield Ohio. the Dr. L.P Holmes memorialcup
11 AIR CONDITION YOURthrough for the best I Y 1/2 Block.So. Monroe ChambHss
On Exhibit Kenton, toledo. Upper Sandus- Mrs.Clifford Luce took a groupof scientific paperat
Bank. So Main St. Ocala.
ky and other towns in Ohio, eleven children to Daytona the convention of the Georgia
where they visited their famil- Beach on Tuesday, June 4. The Society of X-ray technicians in
Ocala June 15Mrs. ies and friends. Enroute to celebration in honor of her the Ida Casson Gardens at Pine Everything in PetsIf

-1 Florida they stopped to visit the daughter Candy's tenth birth- Mountain, Ga. last week.
WHOLE HOUSE Norvell Bryant of Her- William Sherman's family in.. day. Mrs. Luce was accompanied Miss Oliphant who is the instructor -
nando will have an exhibit of her Decatur Ga. by Mesdames Cornwall. Kli- of X-ray technology at
We Don't Have What You Want
art work in Ocala on Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Sam R. Miller nger and Damron. the Macon Hospital,has recent-
your present furnace June 15, from 3 until 5 p.m. Jr. were hosts to twenty guestsat Mrs. Haynes was hostess to ly completed a book which is a We'll Get It For You.
The exhibit will be in the studioof an informal supper party at Circle #1 of the Women's Assn. study guide for X-ray technic-
with Cramer Swords, 513 E. Ft. their home in Magnolia Shoreson of the local Presbyterian churchat ians. It is being published by
ii King Ave. Sunday evening The guests her home last Tuesday. Charles Thomas, publisher of New Large Shipment of Tropical Fish and Plants.

= HiRYSLE };, Noted for her fine paintings are members of the young cou- Springfield, 111.FUNNY. Recently Received. Pet Foods Aquariums Pet
Mrs. Bryant's work will includeoil ples club of the First Presby- Supplies and Pet Advice.Stock.
At"T.M I and pastel figure studies terian church. S -
still hies and floral studies.She Mr. and Mrs. Walter L.H m. tptI ce4.o FILES

wt AS umi, AT will have approximately 20 to mond have been entertaining The occasion might arise \\her I
25 pieces of art on display at their niece, Miss Diane Beardof you need a special small! file for. N
$900 9 p.m. that evening for those Cocoa during the past week. work on reels or other precision
K MONTH ? unable to come during the soc- Other guests who spent the gear. Make 'em yourself. Use
., ial hours of 3 to 5.The public is weekend at the Hammon home toothpicks or whittled wood CarRaces

invited. M pieces, coated with glue and dip
If you have a forced air furnace H ; .. . Mrs. Bryant received her were Mr. and Mrs.WardCor- s ped in abrasive powder.
,you've already tot ' .. training from the late Bernard nelius of Orlando daughter and
most of a summer air conditioning v. Robinson of Orlando and Robert son-in-law of the Hammonds.Mr. .
system.At Anderson of Orlando and the Ve and Mrs. E.H. Wigdahl, Harriett Connell and Nick Sol-
low cost,we can equip nice School of Art Venice Fla. of Petersburg, stopped fora yer were low net winners in
your furnace with a Chrysler >.+<> x.. She has been studying under Mr. visit with their daughter Sunday's two-ball Scotch four-

present cooling furnace unit.blower Using your and Swords of Gainesville and Ocala Mrs. Henry E. Carroll Jr. and some, an 18-holer played at Inverness 'j
'
ductwork this central air PHONE 629-3731 far the past two years. family last Monday. They are Golf & Country Club. Keep cool( :(
conditioning cools your enroute to their summer homeat Alene Baxley and Phil ,Pettit
vkolt Aouie-silently at COLLECT "A family man is exposedto Three Lakes Illinois. captured first low gross. Sec-
low cost. FREE ESTIMATE the danger of fallout every Mrs. Gordon Atkinson spent ond low net and second low gross

w day, when he opens the hall last weekend in Ft. Lauderdale respectively, went to Jane Price
LIMITED OFFER closet"-Lloyd S. Waters, where she attended the weddingof and Carey Baxley. and to Essie

Air Condition YourHome Now and Re- Mountain Home (Ida.) News. her niece Miss Karen Graf. Smoak and Murray Bennett.A .
rr Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy pot luck supper Iwa's held
ceive a $25.00 Wiring Allowance{ Plus Haynes were their son and following the rounds.
Last Thursday's ladies day
2,000 Free Trading Stamps.
program saw the girls playing
HIGHLANDSFAITH Public Notice "throw out the three worst I

Where Service Is As Important As the Sale NOTICE BY PUBLICATION holes" game. Kate Williams
CHAPEL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN took top honors in the "A" l., Citrus County Fair Grounds

that the undersigned,desinngto I flight followed up by Alice Von
business under the Walthousen. The "B" flight was
in j
ACE Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. engage .:> won by Feme Felt. Runner-up
/ fictitious name of Clifton Coveauseway Let Us Re-Style Your Hair
SUNDAYSE'RVICES Prayer-Singing' Study Marina Ozello(.: )in* .'.I. Goodrich slot was tied and between Dessle Boswell.Loretta Saturday Night i 8:00: P.M.June .

Worship . .:. 1100 a.m. tends to register the said name ; All Work GuaranteedEVA
with the clerk of the circuit'court An afternoon bridge game was
Air Conditioning EngineerTHE Evang. Service 7:30 P.m. of Citrus County, Flori- won by Harriett Connell, with HOLDEN 15th
JAY&ELSIE PRENTISS
,Feme Felt winning the Coca-
BEST COSTS LESS Pastors'Phone da.Dated Cola hand. Owner
726-2305 at Inverness Florida, One Mile So. of Court House U.S. 41 .
b Ocala 210 s. OSCEOLA ST. DIAL 629-3731 Prayer for Sick Any Time this day Clifton of May 13, A.D. 1963. with George the men's Altenburger day blind wound bogey up LaMode BeautyShop
Myrtle
Cordial Welcome to You I
SALES A SERVICE dj INSTALLATION! OUAK\NTKF1: | Owners laurels.

M Date of first publication May 16, Progress is the activity of today Orange Hotel Thrills Chills Spills

1963. and the assurance of tomor- Phone 726-1042
Publish May 16, 23, 30, June 6, row. ---Emerson ,


MLVuI Co/to Brand Faint 1963. ----- __________ _______'_hmh_
/ IN THE COURT OF THE Public NoticeIN
COUNTY JUDGE. CITRUS

Buy get COUNTY FLORIDA. COURT OF THE COUNTY
one one
IN PROBATE. JUDGE CITRUS COUNTY.
IN RE: ESTATE OF ANNIE L. STATE OF FLORIDA.
MASON Deceased.TO IN PROBATE.
is ALL CREDITORS AND IN RE THE ESTATE OF
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR ELLENOR S.ROOKS.Deceased.
DEMAND AGAINST SAID ES- TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON-
You and each of you are hereby CERN:
notified and required to present Notice is hereby given that
l any claims and demands which Valentine Rooks filed his final

Ih yon, or either of you may have report as Administrator of the -" <.'..
against the estate of Annie L. estate of Ellenor S. Rooks deceased :< '
Mason deceased, late of said .
that he has filedhispe-
AT NO EXTRA COST ; e'
MARY CARTER HO LIMIT ALKYD FLAT County, to,the county Judge of tition for final discharge!: and -
HOUSE PAINT rucisiON cotoa MATCHING Citrus County Florida, at his that he will apply to the Honor

1 / N.th.d,..i!th.EicclUM 1,500 kid.iftf , TiMtfcU.m.! Ec.lle.t with Tlnt0R Wd.- office on:the,court house of said able O. Frank Scofield, County '::''>}'':''.C :;,;. k;:,'n:':ih ,
durability! Fr ... ? / inq Mtlltltf. Pur County ,at,Inverness Florida, Judge of Citrus County, Florida, ()__ L
.vat, .'". .. 1 Qfa .bL, Msh.11.. within six calendar months from
nr..nry "
yb& on the 1 day of July 1963, for _
6 9R! ; pflnf.j) s 9a the time of the first publication approval of same and for final _
I GAL W GAL.IYIRY of:this notice. Each claim or demand discharge as Administrator of __
IVIKV 2.4 CAN H ll vx\'A 2nd CAN rftll shall. be in writing, and the estate of Ellenor S. Rooks _
i.11- _
... -i .., r uwr shall state the place of resi deceased, on this 21 day of May, _
-- -- dente and post office address; 1963
the claimant and shall be swornto Valentine RooksAdministrator " ys

Allen's Hardware G oarad by the claimant,agent: attorney of the estate of
y tee and any such claim or demand Ellenor S. Rooks deceased. __
not sO tiled shall be void Publish 23, 30 L. June 6 ,
May
North of Court House INVERNESS' George Eugene MasonAs and 13, 1963.INTHECOlRT.
I executor of the Last Will awl :i-

Cftb Testament ol Annie L. Mason, : 01, THE
Mflty' DISCOUNT Paint Stores auOMp deceased. COl!TOY JUDGE. CITRUS

AMBtlCA'S LARGEST DISCOUNT PAINT CHAIN A14R mart 1 I'irst' publication May \O. 1963 COUNTY. I-LOR1DA.IN k
lNy CDI Publish May 30, June 6, 13 & PROBATEIN r-- '
MOlE THAN 100 STOW COAST TO COAST TO"IOVE-BIBO
20, 1963. RE: ESTATE OI'U.R.MUL OFFER

I TO LLMKS.ALL CREDITORS Deceased.AND 4' r "love-bitda"ofany age 1 1If pini sn8rea
r of ni-
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR you p caB-ma aIC a tsd
I '\ DEMANDS AGAINST SAID for a new bcm\e ..and yOU ire hoIfteof >
2:_ 7t 74 Peaddice 4i6e I ESTATE: mum down 1 p yment...we" fiea ISM ce used

1 you and! each ot)'011 are heretJy dreams with a home loan belt
the
notified and required to presentin your requirements. For

duplicate any claims and demands to your-budget get ..p\u&frteUyr helpful
which you, or either of ,s y> home loan you caB home loan '

you may have rainst the estate .,,.y fur.. service .... pone of our
__ 01 W.R. LL1XIKS.. deceased,
i late oi said Count},to the County ,
ka
_h JuJ.'e; 01 Citrus( ounty. 1 loriJa, / Yn _

A Put Yourself -. at his office' in.the court house p.
ot said C ounn at Inverness
Florida, within six Calendar
In This Picture t months from the time of the first
: publication ot this notice. Each
claim or demand shall be in
$ ,900.00On I writing, and shal. state the place
oi residence and post oft ice address -

ot the claimant. aaJ shall
( Your Lot) be soon to bj the claimant,bis Dividend
i.F agent or attornand any such Current
claim or demand not so tiled
Compounded Semi-Annually
f shall be'id.GEORGE

THE MEDALLION HOME E. \RLLLIKSs \
\ administrator oi tke'Estate -
3 Bedrooms 2 Tile Baths Life Time TIIu -Roof- 2 Car Garage ot W.R. Ml-LLL'1KS. iteeeased.JOHNSON .
4' r Large Screen Porch Well Pump Tank S. SAVARY !
fa/2
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:,f Inverness Tla,
Inverness Construction Co. lllrE tEtT1R Attorney for Executors :: %

first ruMtatioQ a jay..11' ,"l l1e s ..-. issue y r. ? .
Phone 726-2738 Box 236 Inverness. Florida 7RIC! _
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Board_ of f County Commissioners ii} ,j FC Lions Club Heads Installed I

.egular Meeting -- May 7, 1963 the uoarxl and several citizens: strap seconded by Co minis ,
The Board of County Commis- of the county. sioner Levins to approve the FLORAL CnY--New officersof through these sales or other
doners met in regular sessionn Mr. Ilutfi)!; C. Barco Tax Assessor map of plat of Inverness I 11 eights; the local Lions Club were installed items sold by the club will be
the above date. Citrus County appeared Subdivision revised. Motion zr in a program Monday used for community projects
Present: Clyde Byrd Chair- before the Board asking per- carried. 3 night. The 1963-64 club leadersare and for the Lions Club's sight-
nan, Harley Levins Vice mission to be granted an extension Map of Plat of Palm Spring: Tom Festa,president;Gro- saving program.
--hairman Robert Gilstrap Ja- of the presentation of the Villas Audition presented to the ver Curington, vice president;
nes E. Rooks Jr. Fred E. personal property tax rolls Board. This map of plat was approved Albert Murden secretary; and Circle II
pooner. from June 1st to July 1st 1963. by the County Attorneyand James Love, treasurer. Circle 11 ot the First Presby-
I Clerk:Janet C. Hensley De- Motion by Commissioner Gil- Surveyor. Visiting the club from other terian church met in the home of
xity. Attorney: D.J. Bradshaw. strap seconded by Commissioner Motion by Commissioner Levies communities were Lions Art Mrs A. Pelzel. Eight members
Sheriff: None. Spooner to grant the Tax As- seconded byCommissioner \ Konorsman, vice president of responded to roll-call.
The Chairman called the meet- sessor an extension until July Spooner to approve the map ,, the Nokimis Lions Club and The meeting was opened with a
.ng to order and the Board pro- 1st, 1963 on the personal prop- of plat of Palm Springs Villas thl Brney Reeves new president of short devotional by Mrs.James
eeded with its business.Mr. erty 'tax roll. Motion carried. Addition. Motion carried.Mr. the Crystal River Lions Club. Clark. The Special Emphasis
Paul Lyons member of Map of plat of Inverness .Hank Carroll appeared before There are only two Lions on General Fund Agencies was
:he Board of the Suncoast Chamber Heights Subdivision, revised the Board in reference to Clubs in Citrus County.Both are presented by Mrs. Pelzel.Mrs.
of Commerce appeared be- presented to the Board. This the garbage franchise. The members of the Citrus County Willsie moderated the lesson
ore the Board in withdrawing map of plat was approved by the County Attorney discussed this Consolidated. The two clubs are taken from Matthew 21. The
ing bills before the legislature. County Attorney and Surveyor. with Mr. Carroll. pushing the sale of American meeting closed with the Mez-
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Ibis was discussed between Motion by Commissioner Gil- The Map of plat of Holiday flags and all money obtained pah followed by a social hour
Heights Unit #1 was presentedto
i the Board. The map of plat
was approved by the County En-
gineer and Attorney. Link BrothersOcala
Motion by Commissioner Lev-

ins, seconded by Commissioner I Florida
Rooks to approve map of plat of
Holiday Heights Unit #1.Motion 9.IHCH P.to .
carried. aSAW

iawj.a Resignation of Mrs. MaryLou FLORAL CITY LIONS CLUB officers and guests pictured above include left to right:Grover CHAIN
Townsend read to the Board. Curington vice president; Thomas Festa club president; Art Konorsman (in background), vice e
Motion by Commissioner Gil- president of the Nokimis Lions Club' James T. Love treasurer; and Barney Reeves, incoming "
strap seconded by Commis- president of the Crystal River Lions Club. They pose with the American flag to remind that $1199512lbs_ I
sioner Levins to accept the June 14 is Flag Day. -photo by Nancy Webb
resignation of Mary Lou Townsend For Pruning Trees
effective June 1, 1963. It is difficulties which show
Motion carried. Richburgs & Stewarts 20.00 Personal what men are.Epictetus
Letter from Mrs. Ray C.Bax- Mildred Smith
LP. Gas & Appliance Dealer ter, Home Demonstration Agent Coy Sandlin 28.60 Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Smitt ATHLETESFOOTGERM
recommending Mrs. Anne Ed- Floral City Cash Groc. 30.00 and sons are home for a briel Imbeds deeply toes crack
wards for the job of Clerical W.E. Conn Margie Shanklin visit before returning Athens
burn itch--get fast DOUBLE
; Serving Inverness Assistant to Home Demonstration Winns Rexall Drugs 43.25P. Ga. where he will resume his relief.
that will be left vacant by Hamilton Mrs. Campbell, studies at the University of
USET-4-L BECAUSE
Mary Lou Townsend as of June B. Hamilton Georgia. Smith a former teacher This powerful fungicide sloughsoff PROTECT YOUR FAMILY
Crystal River and Homosassa Area 1, 1963 read to the Board and Strickland Funeral Home 52.50 here received a threeyeargrant the infected skin. Exposes AGAINST POLIOPolio
filed. Motion by Commissioner Mrs. Barber Garnett H. Johnson. which will enable him to more infection to its KILLING
Rooks, seconued by Commis- get his doctoratedegree.
ACTION. When new, healthy
sioner Gilstrap to hire Mrs. Bennetts Rexall Drugs 23.65 skin appears apply T-4 L Polio incidence is rapidly declining each
CALL US Anne Edwards as Clerical As- Mrs. Spencer Mabel Barnes FOUR FAST ONES frequently to KEEP FEET year Medical researchers state that polio would
sistant to Home Demonstration University Clinic 19.00 WELL medical science hat SLY i-t a serious problem if more people
Mrs. lona S. Head 41)) Take off buns and stickers says
Agent. Motion carried. athlete's foot can come back would protect themselves against it. Rifflit new
Motion by Commissioner Fowlers Grocery 9.77 by wiping with a wad of cot IN 24 is a good time.
HOURS.
,Brooksville Phone_ 796-234l Spooner seconded by Commis- Mrs. Carver ton. ((2)) Toss the grill from an If not PLEASED your 40 back The
peak polio danger is usually during July
Dunns 21.16
sioner Levins to approve minutes Grocery old oven in your car trunk fora from any druggist. T-4-L is w and August. It is sound insurance for better
of 12 16 1963. Fred Carver
and
April I.G.A. Foodliner 115.00 good campfire grill. (3)) Rub colorless instant-drying easyto J4 health to phone your physician for an apoint-
Motion carried.
shells that don't ejee from your use. Also use FULL ment to be inoculated against this crippling
The map of plat of Citrus Es- Pauline Hamilton P. Johnson STRENGTH for disease. Don't take
with candle. Fill itchy chances.
gun a (4)) sweaty
DIRECTORY tates Unit #1 presented to the T. Sanders M. Lee Virginia egg feet insect bites
OCAtA BUSINESS poison ivy.
cartons with charcoal and soak
Kelley
Board. This map of plat was V. Brimmage NOW atBennett's .
approved by the County Engineer Cooks Pharmacy 10.90 in paraffin. A match lights the Drug
and Attorney. Bessie Carter Mary Young fire. Inverness YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a -
Motion by Commissioner Gil- Irene Bell I medicine. Pick up your prescription If shopping near
4 strap seconded byCommis- S.W. Fla. T.B. Hospital 98.75 by. A great many people entrust us with their pre-
sioner Rooks to approve the Bernadine Starkey, Edgar Lee scriptions. May we compound yours?
Williams S. & S. Supply tit. map of plat of Citrus Estates Mitchell Roby Seymore HAPPY LANDINGFloral

Unit#1. Motion carried. Motion carried unanimously.
Radiator Service Motion by Commissioner Lev- Motion by Commissioner Gil- CityHwy 44-48 e
Your Headquarter In ins, seconded by Commissioner strap seconded byCommis-
Ocala For the Finest Gilstrap to approve all sioner Levins to adjourn un- BENNETT'SDRUG
'SPECIAL
CLEANING -- REPAIRING Lumber' and Building' vouchers and issue warrants in less otherwise called togetherby 59C 590 ,
RECOR1NG Material' payment thereof: the Chairman. Motion car
General Fund; ried. Cane PoleHookLine ':..;. .:'
1 SPECIALIZING Our Prices Are Extra Low E 413 E 469 Float ,. STORE
FRONT END AND 9RAKE 207 West Lincoln Street 21324 21431 \ ,
SERVICE OCALA, FLORIDA Road & Bridge Fund: Sinker. -=HC NE 726-2731 INVERNESS

307 West Phone 10th: St.622-7910 Ocala.Fjorlda. .& : i ...Phnn-"J -u..l A D._5609 R 16471 403 -- R 16556 460 Public Notice ; Live BaitShiners e j

) _ _ Fine & Forfeiture Fund: IN THE COURT OF THE $1,00 doz.
F41-F43 COUNTY JUDGE CITRUS
SEE US FOR 2336 2342 COUNTY. FLORIDA

Roofing *. Skit Tools Relief: IN PROBATE.IN .
Plumbing Citrus Memorial Hosp. $53.00 RE: ESTATE OF NELLIE B.
complete Roong'Serice Lumbar Paul Moore Leona Smith,Den- STEWART Deceased.TO .
ReRooGog and Repairing Dtvo Paints nis Hamilton Tommy King ALL CREDITORS AND FOR YOUR FLORIDA LIVING
Reafdendii or Commercial 'Berkley Pumps Barbara Slack Catherine PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
Woodin Pauline Hamilton
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
A Snappln Turtle Tommy King, Gene Watson. ESTATE.You .
Built-Up Asphalt Lawn Mowers Coburns Super Market 120.00 and each of you are here-
Abeam day Tile' Atlas Air. Power Mowers Tom Sanders. Andrew Smith, by notified and required to present OR RETIREMENT PLEASURE
Marion Nepey Eiland R.R. Goodman in duplicate any claims and
Marten HeatingAND Dennis Hamilton Mrs. Alfred demands which you or either oi
HARDWARE CO. Clark Marvin O'Berry Dollie you, may have against the estateof
ROOFING CO.OCALA; Rune MA 2-3181 Simmons.Drs. NELLIE B. STEWART, deceased -
Phone: MArion 2-4072 17 No Magnolia Ocala, Fla. Osterhout Brown late of said County to
508 N. Orange Street and Jenkins 28.00 the County Judge of Citrus
Andrew Smith Gary Locklear County, Florida at his office in
FIoadaRailtoadCommissionPeanut Joyce Blankinship the court house of said Countyat
{ No. 31 Ocala LumberLOCAL White's Funeral Home 235.00 Inverness. Florida within six
Roby Seymore calendar months from the timeof
AND LONG Company, inc. Porter Funeral Home 10.00 the first publication of this
DISTANCE MOVING Mrs. Catherine Petty notice. Each claim or demand
Since 1928 You Build Better with KiliCollier's shall be in writing and shall rt.
Dried Lumber state the place of residence and -. ,
Terminal office address of the claim
A complete line of THE BIBLE I post _
MATERIALS ant and shall be sworn to by the
BUILDING
W are h OU58 BIRD ROOFING U SPEAKS claimant and any such his agent claim or or attorney demandnot

PRATT&LAMBERT PAINTS so filed shall be void.
& Van Co. GYPSOM HARRY W. STEWART
TO
I YOU. :
Cor. Osceola and Taylor St. RICHARD W. STEWARTAs
OCALA, FLORIDA 1214 N. Magnolia MI executor of the Last Will and
Ocala Fla Testament of NELLIE B. STEWART -
Office Phone MA 2-8377 Sunday 9:15 a.m. -
deceased.
\\DHO 580 k,' JOHNSON S. SAVARY

Clint Lowder Mobile Yonge Plumbing Inverness {.la. -,
This week's Christian Science Attorney for Executors.
\\ |1"'I"t>:irain"YOr 1'irst publication !May 30, 1963
Homes Sales Inc. & Appliance IX1N'T1IAETODR1NK" Publish 1963. May 30 June 6. 13, 20,


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We'll meet or beat anyones Septic tanks cleaned. Drain
terms or prices Try Clint fields installed. Septic tank advice 1963 RAMBLER /
Lowder before you buy. 1984 and supplies. 120 E. Ft.
N. Pine, Ocala. Ph. 629-3200 King ave. Ocala. Ph. Ma. 2-
4162. Collect calls accepted. "

ClASSIC 550"efi This Finished Cottage And Waterfront LotS

4 DOOR
Trotter Only

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FULL SIZE Including Well Pump Septic Tank and Hot Water Heater.

Lumber Co. ' \ FAMILY SEDAN J: 15 : .

EstablishedSince 1905 'fillS SPACE,AVAILABLE #_ Per You can own your own cottage and lot for less them ye* eon rent.
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430 N. Orange Street .: r' ,'
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WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER.
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free. ; AS

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WISCDEDWATERVIEW LOTS From $495 to $ 695.
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I APRIL SEES MOST TRAFFIC ROLLING ALONG US- 19 t S 3. : ::i. ' : .t./- Missfitow l'titirH' ';. t l
w ," .. _.
CRYSTAL RIVER--The highest ; US 19 at Chassahuwit/ka was new highway widening tlirmirfi 4FIRST. s -,' t: lBtedkom' "*:1ftto r doesn't i mtaKlttK eay11l -ever.:
traffic count ever recorded 5,393 perday.Atl''anninSjYing.s; Crystal River. : -. -" a t Khr mm ftrwk. the
on US 19 for one month was about 50 miles mirth of Crystal Tlic State I lijdway) Department| child from UM mwernai
four'
decades she. away
during April says Dill Byars River the count for April was has announced that all persons f' Over ago of the home life...espec-
began her teaching cariser. as a grasp
executive secretary of the Sun- 6,852 per \tay.A affected by the highway change, in the old Horal tally today, when neither home
coast Chamber of Commerce. public meeting has been slat- Who need advisory assistance on ft' teenager City in cases I.,
school, twostory'frame nor parent: many
a
Byars said that a State Road ed this Friday at 2 p.m. in the re-location, are invited to attend what prevailed years ago.
structure 'on the bill.
Department count noted a gain of American Legion Hall for the this meeting. All questionsand "THE SOONER teacher and!
THE YOUNGEST DAUGHTERand
9.5 per cent over last year.The purpose of discussing) the loca- suggestions will be heardat ( the only one still living) of parent realize that they are
count of vehicular traffic alongIflluIUIIIIIIIIIUtfIUIIUIIUIUluhllIUUIUIll11U11 tion and economic effects oldieIfIUIUUIUUIUUUIUUIIIIUIIIIIUIIIfIfIfIfIIUUIIIU tomorrow's meeting.
the same problemthe
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Wat- working on
iiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiniiiiiiimimiiimiiiiiiinimmi{ son, Elva Watson Jones still sooner they will make pro-
makes her residence on the old gress," she believes. And Mrs.
home place. Her husband E.U. Jones has always liked to work
i i Jones, operates the Floral City closely with the parents.
QJ. Nursery there. Before writing this article a
One of her sisters, Mrs.Mattie number of parents and former
i : rIi i Perry, was also a teacher. pupils of Elva Watson Jones
"Miss Mattie" died in 1951. were contacted. Nothing but
i ;' Mrs. Jones pointed out that praise was deserving this dedicated
.= I she started her career with instructor. "She will certainly -
Mrs. Vivian Higgenbotham,now be missed," was the prevailing -
e = postmistress of Floral City,and comment.As .
with Mrs. Hazel Roland first for the teaching professionMrs.
teacher Hernando. Jones believes it is an I
grade at
Ii. I They were first graders the ideal career for a young lady
first year she started teachingthe because it fits inwithbomemaking. -
class. She has also taught "Oh.there were times whenI
I PLACE WINNERS in the second annual City Bowling Championship at Sportsmen's Bowl is Mrs. Nina Ogden, principal of thought I had picked the wron
I. .'e' wI the Littlejohn Tile team shown above with H.D. (Doc) Bonifield, president of the Citrus County the Inverness Elementary career, but mostofthetimeI'vt'been
When I If 5 a matter of forms.... Bowling Assn. From left to right are Leon Goodwin Jesse Dean, Dr. Bonifield presenting sponsors School I; Mrs. Ethel Puckett completely satisfied
trophy to Cecil Littlejohn, Frank McKee, and Stan Zalencki. --photo by Tannehill Wino, first grade teacher at Teaching is a rewarding workI _
Crystal River; akdSnell Mills, couldn't have enjoyed anythi
I i former of the Floral these many years so we!II.
principal
iii put It up to usl! .1'-7 City Scbo 01. .

_:: 1 'Via,f f HUNDREDS OF Citrus County YOURPHARMACIST

I When it comes to your invoices, order i children have had Mrs. Jonesfor
their teacher. She has taken

E 'I' forms, shipping labels, etc., come to us., 1 : the place of their mothers over
the years, but she's quick to
We'll design forms to fit your business like F point out that no teacher can

a glove, print them to perfection I j actually This teacher substitute has some for a mother.definite
II you wonder why doctorsare
I R I ; June 3, 1948-The world'slargest ideas about the relationship chest thumpers, the:
tween teacher, pupils, and par-
telescope was dedi- reason is that this is a sure
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ents. She prefers discussingthem
cated at Mount Palomar Observatory method to determine n t
Calif. to publishing them. She there is fluid in the

II 81 June 6, 1963 A motion VALERIE patient's chest cavity.

picture "drive-in" theater, The percussion method ui
-- the first' of its kind opened in Inverness, Fla. chest examination was discovered -
5 Camden,' N. J. Phone 7261932MONTUESWEDTHURS by Leopold Auen-
June 8, 1869-Ives W. Mc- b rugger o f Austria,who recalled -
= Gaffey of Chicago obtaineda that his father, a
; For a letterhead From simple cards i patent for his vacuum BOX OFFICE 1 SHOW opens only.7:15 wine maker, used to tap
casks of
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cleaner, described by the inventor -
I worthy of you. . to big catalogs. . I IWe as a "sweeping machine SHOW Friday begins TWO 7:30 SHOWS P.M. ger fluid tried level.the same Auenbrll tapping-

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Beginning 7:30 P.M. procedure on patients anda
assure precision printing Bring your printing needs June 21, 1948-Dr. Peter Continuous SHOWS new step in medicine was
Goldmark of the Columbia Saturday& Sunday taken.
for the letterhead of to us . for quality workmanship demon- from 2 P.M.
= Broadcasting System
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your choice . and we'll dependable strated his "longplaying"record Forgetting Auenbrugger'chest
Wed. Thurs. Friday:
destined to revolu- tapping we might remind '
service, modest cost, plus KING SOLOMONS MINES that ,
gladly help you create a you foot-tapping
tionize the entire recording
Deborah Kerr
Starring:
impatient customers are a
I fresh, new design. creative planning. I industry. E Stewart Granger rarity at COOK'S PHAR
June 1868-Christopher Technicolor
MACY. Service on pre-
I E= Latham Sholes, Wisconsin # scriptions is fast and ef-
CU6COUft1ff journalist and state senator, : Saturday: Double Feature: ficient at COOK'S PHARMACY
received a patent for his G.I. BLUES Phone 726-4121.
Starring: Elvis Presley andTARZEN'S
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having capital letters only. ADVENTURE THE WEEK'S HOUSEHOLD -
June 26, 1919-The first CHAMPION KEGLERS hold their trophies following presentation HINT: Fasten a
All CITRUS COUNTY =_ issue of the Illustrated Daily at Sportsmen's Bowl last week by Carl Buzby, secretary of the Sun. Mon. Tuesday ff : first-aid chart and list of
Citrus County Bowling Assn. Kneeling left to right are Terry
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News, the original American McLeod, all events champion, and Cecil Fowler, singles champ. DIAMOND HEAD poison on
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SE 1. 4REkT '[0 HIRE ,"" NOTICEOF .
BUY HELP written defuses to the Complaint -
tp g Small Claims Court
p IASTsE0U1JD FORECLOSURE SALE BY in said... OB or before
Florida
Citrus County CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT the 14th day of June 1963. and

,. WRITOF EXECITI'IONCECIL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the original of said written defames -
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----- BERRY Plaintiffvs ,
G. that the undersigned. FrancisW. shfcil be filed with the

i MiscellanousFOR For Rent Real EstateFOR Real EstateTWIN Public Notice. CRAIG HOLT- Defendant cuit. Williams Court of Clerk Citrus of the County Cir- Clerk purpose, : of of Circuit this suits Court.to fore-The

a NOTICE Florida will the 17th of
on day close a mortgage on the herein

SALE--David Bradley FOR RENT--Small furn. cottage SALE--260* frontage on IN THE CIRCUIT:COURT OF Notice the Writ is hereby 01 Execution giventhat issued under June. 1963. during the legal described property.WITNESS .

garden tractor. Disc cultivator Lake Croft low rent to Homosassa road next to Julian PINES THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT of the above styled court in hours of sale at the main doorof my hand as Clerk

I and sickle bar. Ph. 726-2324. permanent retired couple. P.O. Locklear home. Price $1600; TRAILER PARK IN AND..FOR CITRUS out above entitled I have the Court House of Citrus and Seal of said Court at Inverness -

J H.T. RILEY 23-lp Box 147. Hernando Fla. 22-tfc terms see MC. SCOFIELD.owner. New and Used Trailers.shade COUNTY STATE OF FLORIDA. the levied and under cause.and by County Florida in the City of Florida on this the 13
lots
trailer upon
, Masonic Temple building Large IN CHANCERY.Case#1609 virtue of an order of the above Inverness Florida offer for day of May 1963.
Recreation
and water.
PUPPIES WANTED and AKC FOR RENT-Two bdrm. furn. Inverness, Fla. good and shuffle boards. sunrro QUIET TITLE entitled court will offer and sellat sale and sell at public outcry Court SealFRANCS
dogs. Cash paid bldg. E.F. CI IBBS. Plaintiff. the highest and best bidder for W. WILLIAMS.
pick
grown up apt. $30 month. No smokers no 41 S. public auction to the highestand
Brooksville
service. Ph. 584-2964 Clearwater Hwy -VSjLESLih cash the following described Clerk of Circuit Court
drinkers.
Call REV. ROSS FOR SALE: 10-tfc best bidder for cash at the
Fla. 19-p 726-1816 Hernando. 21-tfc BLANK, et aI, West door of the County CourtHouse property situated in Citrus By: Virginia S. Williams D.C.

Lake Panasoffkee water Defendants. in Citrus County Florida County Florida to-wit: Publish May 16, 23. 30, June 6,
front and water access trailer Beginning at a point north 205. 1963.
ART SUPPLIES. Oils. Water FOR RENT-Bring your boat, NOTICE OF SUIT on the 1st day of July 1963at
I lots. Paved streets. Cen- 40 feet and east 1838.29 feet
CLIENT has $1000 to $1500 to STATE OF FLORIDA TO
:
colors Pastels Brushes Palettes air-conditioned by nature quiet eleven o'clock in the fore-
tral water system and boat loan improved real estate for BRUCE L. HOOVER and RUBY: from the NW corner of Section
Varnish Drawing Pads. and peaceful, fume two room on noon the following described INTHECOifcT OF THE
basin. $795 $1295. Liberal 34. Township 18 South.
two to three M. C. SCO- W. HOOVER.his wife:ST.GEORGES Range
Available
years.
NOW at WALTCONNOR'S to-wit
apt. on lake TV.bath,twin beds property : COUNTY JUDGE,CITRUS
terms. Phone or write 5-tfc 20 East the bearing of the west
Inverness. Fla. ALEXANDRINE COMP-
OFFICE SUPPLY private FIELD. EXHIBIT "A"
porch, carport, utility COUNTY FLORIDA.
of said Section
boundary:: being
Inverness. 13-tfc room. $55 month. Hickory Hill SUMTER REALTYP.O. ANY, a corporation HOWARDA LOT 1: Commence at the SW South said the IN PROBATE.
point being on
Retreats. E. NEILL FLUCKIGER. MARIE GOEH- Corner of Lot 38 C. Buck Turner of Lou W.
,Inverness. Box 243. Phone 793- of line IN RE:Estate Toramie
northwesterly right
REEL & 'ROD service We Ph. 726-2755. 17-tfe:; 3202. Bushnell. Florida. E. D. Neill RINGER and JULIA MERDES.as Campsites according the of State Road No. S-581andona way Scott a 1 Is o known as Mrs.
" the last known Directors of
trade and swap. BERT'S REEL map or plat thereof as recordedin Archie Scott Deceased.
curve concave southeasterlyhaving
SHOP Glenn's Camp. 1st roadon FOR RENT- Three room General Contractor ST. GEORGES ALEXANDRINE Plat Book 2, Page 29, Public a radius of 421.97 feet NOTICE OF FILING PEITION

left Rt. 44, S. Inverness. furnished cottage. COMPANY a corporation; Records of Citrus County Florida and also being 40.00 feet from FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF

35-tfc For Sale FLORIDA WEST COAST DEVE- thence Southerly along a EXEI LITRIX.
FOR RENT: Two room furn and radial to the center line of
MILDREDFW RT. & Builder LOPMENT COMPANY a corp- Southerly projection of the West said State Road thence north- Notice is hereby given that I

Puppies $5.00 down, 120 AKC Ph. 726-1371 18-tfc Lovely 2-Bedroom home. oration J. W. WAITE, M.-W. line of said Lot 38 a distance of said of have filed my final returns as

breeds to choose from. MID- Completed December 1961 ,HICKORY HILL BREESE and A.\V.THOMPSON. 736 feet thence East parallel to easterly line along chord right way and executrix of the estate of Tom-

WAY FARMS KENNELS Rt. 1- FOR RENT--Small fume house. On the water masonry construction RETREATSRoute1 as the last known Directors of the South line of said Lot 38 a distance curve of a N. 51 deg.bearing 12 min. mie Lou W. Scott, also knownas

Box 751 Clearwater. Fla. 19-p Call after 5:30 p.m. Ph. 726- ceiling heat Highway 44 FLORIDA WEST COAST DE- distance of 33 feet to the Pointof 31 sec. E 100.36 feet thence N. Mrs. Archie Scott. Deceased;

2081. 23-1c completely furnished. 3 miles East of Inverness VELOPMENT COMPANY.'acorporation Beginning thence continue 33 deg. 57 min. 25 sec. W. 286 that I have filed my petition for

SNAPSHOT DEVELOPING at Only $10,500J. Phone 72(>-2755 : THE GLOBE MINING East 243.33 feet.t hence N 12 feet more or less tothewaters distribution and for final discharge -

ZELLER MUSEUM and studios T. O'NEAL. REALTOR. Free plans service AND MANUFACTURING deg. 50 40"'W76.92feet.thence edge of Lake Tsala Apopka, and that on June 25th,

camera shop. Fast courteous Help WantedMAN OR SEETHE REALTOR OF Financing available COMPANY a Florida corporation West 226.56 feet thence Southerly thence southwesterly along and 1963 at 10:00 o'clock A.M.. or

quality service by experts. YOUR CHOICE. Lots for Sale JOHN A BISHOP and HER parallel to a Southerly with waters edge to a point N. as soon thereafter as counsel

I U.s. 41 N. Inverness. 52-tfc Fora Square Deal BERT A. BISHOP. as the last projection of the West line of the 33 deg. 57 min. 25 sec. W.from may be heard I will apply to the

WANTED for 1500 family Try ERNIE NEILL known Directors being available aforementioned Lot 38 a dis- the point of beginning thence Honorable O. Frank Scofield,

J & K REPAIR SHOP-We do all Rawleigh Business in W.Citrus BEAUTIFUL 2 1/2 and 5 acre I SALLIE LIAM E.M.McKAY.McKAY her and husband WIL-: tance of 75 feet to the Point of 33 deg. 57 min. 25 o sec. E. 342 County Judge of Citrus County
Florida for of said
.
approval
L kinds of washing machine re County or Inverness. Permanent tracts river & lake access WALTER RAY and. ,RAY. Beginning.LOT leet. more or less to the pointof
2 Commence at the SW final return and for an order ot
:
pairs. Kenmore and RCA Whirl- if hustler. hunt club from beginning.
you are a Write privileges $300 REAL ESTATE WANTED--- his unknown wife W.S. ROD-
; .,, Corner of Lot 38,C.Buck Turner distribution and for final discharge -
pool our specialty. Work guaranteed Rawleigh FAF 371-123 Memphis per acre terms. Owner Box Acreage, farms ranches of all DENBERRY and DELLA ROD- pursuant to the Final Decree of

three months. Next to Tenn. 23-3p 38. Hernando. Fla. 726-1584 or sizes.: If the price is right we DENBERRY. his wife; ,CHAR- Campsites according to the Foreclosure entered in a case of as executrix of the also will
J & KMotel.Inverness.Ph.726- 726-1347 13-tfc handle it. O'NEAL map or plat thereof as recorded pending in said Court the style Tommie Lou W. SCOUt
can J.T.
2622 LIE RODDENBERRY and KAT in Plat Book 2, Page 29, Public known asMrs. Archie Scott,[)eceased.M.y -
19-tfc of which is Mid-State Homes.
Realtor Inverness, Fla.
WANTED-Service station his wife
attendant IE RODDENBERRY. :J. 27. 1963.
of Florida
Records Citrus
-
County
I FOR SALE OR RENT-Nice two Inc., a Florida corporation
4 experience preferred. 'R. RODDENBERRY and RUTH thence Southerly along a Janie Waits Capell
bath. Hill Eckles
bdrm.
one Hickory Plaintiff vs. Virgil W.
TV Sales C J HALL'S SHELL SERVICE TRODDENBERRY. his wife; of the will of
Southerly projection of the West Executrix Tommie
Retreats. Lake Tsala Apopka. WaterfrontHomesites and Bertha D. Eckles his wife,
STATION. Floral City.P.O.Box month. GEORGE ROUDHNBERRY.; a line of said Lot 38 a distance of Lou W. Scott a/k/a/ Mrs. Ar-
$100 down, $57.00 Imm. et aI, Defendants, and the docket -
Home Furniture Store. Phone 55. Ph. 726-1677. single man; ROGER WATSONand Deceased.
chie
736 feet thence East, parallelto Scott.
poss. Write MR. G. ALLEN. number of which is #1572.
726-2922. We give the most P.O. Box 10844 Tampa 9, Fla. EDITH WATSON his wife; the South line of said Lot 38a WITNESS my hand and the official Lovick P. William,
for the old set when trade WILLIAM B. KEATING andRO- 201-2 Bank
you 23-8c distance of 33 feet thence seal of said Court, this Inverness Building
for a new Good selectionof SABEA H. KEATING his wife;
TV. From $1.595.00Direct Northerly parallel to said 29 day 1963. Inverness, Florida
May
used TV's $25 and up. WESTCOASTCONCRETE LAKE Tsala Apopka 3 fine to Gulf ALMA HEAD and HEAD. Southerly projection a distanceof SealFRANCIS Attorney for Executrix.
weekend lodges different locations her unknown husband;; EDGARV. Court 30 6 13 20
Fresh 75 feet to the Point of Begin- W. WILLIAMS Publish May June ,

For Boats a lion waterfront and Salt Water Fishing HAMILTON and VIOLET jag thence continue Northerly, CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy 1963.

INC. priced from $5500 to $7500. ContactTrotter's HAMILTON his wife;NEWTON parallel to said Southerly pro- S. Williams

Fiberglass & MaterialsSee PAUL GIGNAC REAL ESTATE, : P. TURNER and SALLIE J. jection a distance of 75 feet, : Virginia Clerk IN COURT OF COUNTY JUDGE; ,
Radio Dispatched Deputy
Box 38, Hernando Florida. Ph. RealtyHomosassa TURNER his wife; C.E. ROD- thence East parallel to the Harry M. Hobbs CITRUS COUNTY, STATE OF

Concrete Truck 726-1584. 13-tfc DENBERRY and EVA RODDEN South line aforementioned for Plaintiff FLORIDA.
Attorney
Springs BERRY. his wife; OVA B. 38 distance of 209.79 feet
Lot a 211 Street IN RE: Estate of MILLICENT
ED, WHITACRERoute Cement Blocks & Masonry New nine room masonry home Telephone795-2882 JOHNSTON and JOHNSTON thence S 12 deg. 50'40" E 76.92 Jackson Florida B. ALLEN Deceased:

Supplies for All Types of two ceramic tile baths,two fire- his unknown wife. ART feet thence West 226.56 feet to Tampa Publish 2. 6. 1963 NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOR
44Withfacoochee June
Construction and
Paving
places. Wall towallcarpetlnginliving CANNON and: CANNON. the Point of Beginning. FINAL DISCHARGE Ol
River Clearing.Ph. and 30 55 his wife JOH'Q. ADAMS
dining room on New 1963 Florida Styled ; TOGETHER with an Easementover EXECUTOR
Phone 748-6593 Crystal River 795-3176 cleared. mi. and MAY
$28,000,12 CECILE
acres Masonry Homes JR. ADAMS. and across the following Notice is hereby given that 1
S.E. of Inverness. Being sold by Built on your HomeSite ; his wife; STANLEY G. ADAMS described lands to be used in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF have filed my final returns as
Your HOME FURNITURE owner. Ph. 796-4875. 8-tfc v and MARIE ADAMS his wife; common with others: THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT of
Bedroom 6950.00 executor of the estate Milli-
STORE is authorized FRIGI- IN AND FOR CITRUS
3 Bedroom 7350.00 JOHN; QUINCY ADAMS III and Commence at the SW Cornerof Allen deceased
,
cent E. ; that 1
DAIRE and MAYTAG appliance 1 World's
STATE OF FLOR-
FOR -- his unknown wife COUNTY
FARM SALE HOME. Keating ADAMS
; STAn Many Other Models AvailableNo ; Lot 38, C. Buck Turner have filed my petition for distribution
dealer. We service what
sell. 38-tfc we LargestAmtoswct Park Brand new two bdrm.. down payment 100}%,financed 'CLAYTON' C. ADAMS, and_ campsites 'according to the IDA. and for fink.discharge _

A > ,Co. large lot. tile bath electric low monthly terms.We can ADAMS his unknown wife;WILLIAM map or plat thereof as recordedin IN CHANCERY. CASENO.1607SUIT and that' on June 28. 1963, I
kitchen, large screened patio make P. ADAMS and Plat Book 2, Page 29. Public TO FORECLOSE MORT
Honorable
: No StmHxtsniStttfFvnAtnt it easy for you to own your will apply to the O.
Come
see. Bring money. INSUtANCIToo with beautiful lake view, circle home. ADAMS his unknown wife; Records of Citrus County Florida GAGE.
reasonable offer refused. Put Write for free brochure Frank Scofield County Jud 'e
DONALD BRA
drive terms. BILL CONSTANCE ADAMS GILLIAM J. IAW
easy thence Southerly along a
fur
today. of Citrus County, Florida,
Mutnl'Autopipbfc
on trading britches. State Fats baarjncf C& Plaintiff
your Floral Fla. her unknown
STUFF FER SALE Hernando. PtamCmtrf Rim 795-2541 KEATING. City P. O. Box 23 Leesburg Fla.224c.. and GILLIAM. Southerly projection of the West -VS- approval of said final returns
13-tfc husbandT; LESLIE BLANK and line of said Lot 38 a distance of and for an order of distributionand
DAISY PAUL BLANK his wife: ALICE L. BARNETT Trustee.
FOR SALE--Smith-Corona 552 feet thence East parallelto Defendant. for final discharge as executor
electric typewriter portable LESLIE BLANK as Trustee the South line of said Lot 38a of the will of MillicentE.

script type. Used slightly. Late To ClassifyFOR and DAISY PAUL BLANK his distance of 33 feet to the Pointof NOTICE OF SUIT Allen, deceased.
HEARINGAIDSOnly STATE OF FLORIDA 10:
wife and HOY WILLIAMS and
Would make ideal graduationgift. FOR SALE ; Beginning thence Southerly. Dated this 15th day of April,
ALICE L. BARNETT Trustee,
MARIONE WILLIAMS his ,
W.
,
parallel to the aforementioned 1963.
Less than $50 my cost. Three Bdrm.home plus 21/2 wife; if they or of than be if she be alive or if she be dead
Bob Tannehill The Chronicle. 14' boat any Southerly projection of the West sLeslie H. Allen Executor
SALE: fishing acres of ground. Quite new 2895Up. then against the unknown heirs
and if of
alive
they or any line of Lot 38, a distance of 34 30. 6.
23-tfc Publish May 16. 23. June
bait wells. $65. Going
with and located about half
way them be dead, then against the devisees legatees or granteesof
feet thence the
parallel 1963.
East
North. Parsons Point road. Ph. between Homosassa Springsand Free-Trial-Terms -, unknown heirs devisees leg- her, any and all of them and
FOR SALE--Very good lightweight 726-2427. 23lp"There's South line of said Lot 38 a distance -
Crystal River. On and all
good against
atees or grantees of each. any personsclaiming
any 12
11' plywood fishing boat of 209.79 feet thence COPY
County road back less than and all of them and and all any right, title or Interest -
copper rivited and nailed$35.00 mile from US 19.Reasonable Landscape NurseryTWO any deg. 50' 40" E 153.84 feet into the following des- The CHRONICLE reserves the
5 H.P. Evenrude outboard motor .. persons claiming any right,' tit- thence East 51.28 feet thenceN right of revising or rejectingany
of down payment buy oWner'sequity cribed lands in Citrus County
room
plenty le or interest in and to the following -
used 50'
12 40" 153.84feet.
top condition never outlets deg W advertisement which it considers -
after complete overhaul $75.00or at the top but there's no at discount you of cany'monthly 1 mile East on Hwy. 44 described lands in Citrus thence East 1381.25 feet thence Florida to-wit: of the objectionable and to
payments $61.40per The Northeast Quarter
$100.00 for boat andmotorifsold place to sit down."-Fred month and at Sportsmen's Park County Florida to-Awit:* South 32.14 feet more or less change the classification of any
incl. of North
int. Write Northwest the
SW 1/4 of 1/4 of Quarter
NE Section
together- Three Zebco W. Crown, The Bergen to the waters of a canal thence advertisement from that order
and reels with Joe L. Cobb Inc. 26, Township 17 South: Range meander and North- west Quarter Section 10 Town-
spinning spincast (NJ.) Citizen. Easterly ship 19 South, Range 17 east ed to conform to the policy ot!
17 East: S 1/2 of SW 1/4 of
rods top condition $1.0 each or easterly long the waters of said this newspaper.!' "
according to or plat thereof -
Realtors NW 1/4 of Section 26,Township map
$25 for the three with two extra canal to the waters of the With-
Parkview Bldg. Dunnellon. 17 South. Range 17 East: N 1/2 on file and of record in the Office -
rods free.H.E.BROWN.Box 93 Let Us Build YouA lacoochee RIver.thence meander ERRORS
lake. Card of Thanks Fla. HU 9-2261 or consult Beautiful of NE 1/4 of Section 26. Town- along said of the Clerk of the Circuit
Floral Bradley Northwesterly
City on
In event of an error in an ad
Court in and for Citrus County
your local broker. 15-tfc ship 17 South Range 17 East;
23-lf I GOLDMEDALLIDNHOME line that
waters to a point on a Florida. ''rtisement: on the part of the
On Your Lot. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat bears East from the Point of
We wish to thank all those YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED I'jblisher it will furnish the advertiser

DIRECT FROM FACTORY who sent cards notes and let- SEETHE MODEL NOW a suit has been brought; Beginning, thence West along; that a suit has been broughtagainst : a letter so worded as to
Flator '.' bdrm. BEING BUILTIN against you in the Circuit Courtof said line and parallel to the
Fiberglass panels ters to us at the time of the FOR SALE- Two cottage you in the Circuit Court explain the said error and the

corrugated. For roof or o death of our Brother. Clair R. fume insulated airconditioned. BELLEVIEW Citrus County. Florida in South line aforementioned of Citrus County Florida in publisher shall be otherwise relieved

sidewall. From 29f sq. ft. t .iVall. dock boat motor tools 2 Bedrooms. 1 bath 59250 Chancery by E.H;' ,CRIBBS and Lot 38 to the Point of Beginning. DONALD from responsibility

Boats repaired or fiber- and HamillI etc. Beautiful lot landscaped 3 Bedrooms 2 baths $11.250 you are hereby: required to Dated this the 3rd day of June Chancery by J. thereof.
Margaret Hugh hereby -
and
BRA HA W, are
you
I F. EDWARDS -
glassed. 100' on lake. Terms. Box 85, Just Write or PhoneA. serve upon WILLIAM 1963. The CHRONICLE will not be

Fiberglass cloth. Mat. Hernando. 23-1c T. THAWLEY of BRADSHAW( & EDWARDS Burton R. Quinn Sheriff required to serve upon WIL- responsible for more than one
wish to express my sincere LIAM F. EDWARDS of Brad-
Hardener Cleaner etc, Belleview Florida Plaintiff's Attorneys, Citrus County Florida Plaintiff's incorrect insertion. After an ad
thanks to Dr. Osterhout the shaw & Edwards
Phone 245-2312 whose address is Inverness. Louise Vann D.S. is ordered it be canceled ) .
By
Resin $6 pal. cannot
only FOR SALE--'Two new masonry
address -
hospital staff.Rev.Morris Gas- whose is Inverness
Attorney
Leaking roofs or sidewallscan homes on Lake Bradley. Name 20-tfc: Horida, a copy of your written Publish June 6. 13. 20, 27, 1963 or changed before initial nub
kiss friends and neighbors for I defenses to the Complaint in F lorida, a copy of j' ur
be plastic coated or your own terms for the key to lication.
the beautiful flowers cards and
said before the 22
suit on or
and sealed
fiberglassed happy living. H. ROl'RKE Box
gifts and the many acts of Schools day of June 1963,and the original "
forever. Do it yourself.
Fla.
kindness during my stay in the 14C. R.R.D.. Moral City. shall IV THE COURT OFTIIECOIJN-
of said written defenses
PONTOON MFG.CORP. 23-3c
Hwy41N. 21/2 mi.Brooksville. hospital ant since my return be filed with the Clerk of said TY JUDGE CITRUS COUNTY SNAPP REALTYExclusive

I Florida home. MEN WOMEN 18 to 55 PLUS?? Court. The purpose of this suit FLORIDA

MRS. NJ. MARSHALL 23-lp Is Motel or Resort Management. is to quiet the title of the Plain- RE: ESTATE OF J. STANLEY
Now a/k/a/ THOMAS Sales Representatives of
THOMAS JjS.
Men Women or Couples can tiff to the property above des
Electric stoves refrigerators make high salary plus apart cribed. DECEASED
freezers razors clippers, Real Estata NOTICE OF INTENTION TO INVERNESS HIGHLANDSSee
ment. Pick your own location WITNESS my hand as Clerk and
drills fans coffee pots fry The Time Placement Assistance. MAKE APPLICATION FOR FI-
with our Seal ol said Court at Inverness.
ladles. No reasonable offer re- Learn at home in your spare Florida, on this the 15 day of NAL DISCHARGE. Us for All Purchases
fused. STUFF FER SALE. IN CONTAINERS NOTICE' is hereby given that
Personal Interview
Hernando. Before you buy....SeeALIENS Everbearinsr Sweet Peppers time.Write For- American P.O. Box May Court 1963.SealFRANCIS the undersigned executor has Sales or Transfers of Equity

.50 ,1oz 218 -Lady Lake. lorida. 22-4c. \\. WILLIAMS filed its final report and peti- Phones: 726-1241 or 7262471Mile ;
Patented rose bushes .95 ea. ,* tion for approval thereof and

WANT TO BORROW POINTGospel 10" bloom Hibiscus .50 ea. JOB SECPRlnCanbeourJ; Clerk: A'treinla of Circuit S. CMirtBy Williams D.C. for Final Discharge as executor South on U.S. Highway

( Island-Inverness) Boxwood: in cal. cans .95.25 ea.Gardenia by preparing now for coming Cir Pub&s4 May 23,,30r June 6. 13, of the estate J.STANLEY UverMss, HtfMNo .
ea For THOMAS also known as J.S.
vii Service Examinations. 1963. r
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ALL WATERFRONT LOTS
$10,000Secured Summer Poinsetta .25 ea Information: Write Advance THOMAS, deceased; and that on -

Boircainvillea 1.95 ea P.O. Box 218 Lady Lake. the 17th day of June 1963, it

r by First Mortgageon $2750. & up..TermsAsk Small everbearing lemon ;;5 ea lorida 22-4c NOTICE BY PUBLICATION will apply to the Honorable O.

well situated city prop- show Citrus trees 2.95 ea NOTICE IS HEREBY CI YEN, FRANK SCOFIELD. County Money Down

erty. Conservative value your Realtor to CalamonJin 2.95 ea l that the undersigned,desiring toengage JuJe olCkrosCounry. Florida.for .

35000. you this fine property or Crepe M"Itle. .75 ea in business under the approval of said final report

Contact Wm. Spanjerown- Aust Palms don't freeze 6.00 ea Public.Notice fictitious name of SPRINGS and for final discharge as Brand New 2 B.R. Home

Write Box 65A Chronicle er) Dunnellon. Florida.9-2663 Pineapple Pear 1.95 ea :MOTEL intend to register the executor of the estate of the

Inverness Fla. o Hunter Japanese Persimmon 1.95ea said name uuJuihe clerk ol the said J. Stanley Thomas a/k/a

22-,c : Concord grapes .50 ea NOTICE BY PUBLICATIONNOTICE *a ; circttit court ofCltrus County J.S. Thomas deceased. Mire right in

Blue-Lake .75 ea IS HEREBY GIVEN i lorida. Dated. May 13. 1963.

IFyou Calariums .59 ea that undersigned,Jesirinzto Dated at Inverness IloriJa. UNION TRUST COMPANY Compete for living- ceramic.bath,carport scrisi .

Lost and Found Wiesteria .50 to 2.00 engage in business under the this 16th day of :May.A.D.1961.. By DEAN C. HONK perefc wett. septic tank. hMiilsrtnn, oil --.

have not been able to Figs .75 ea fictitious name of Rogers Stan- Allman R. Walker Vice President and Trust Of- garbage room bssudfel SJMOM MC

find the ideal place be it Arborvitae .50 up dard Station atChassahowitzkajFla. Martha L. Walker 4\; ricer as Executor of the Estate 80 x 125.Ally inc. sa.B.OD.-.

acreage a home or business Cascade Petunia .10 ea intends to register the said o.l1ers.- -.- J. STANLEY THOMAS. de- total or J1950 down $55 par mat*.
LOST-Billfold at Mrs. MarvinPell's
be itnmdov..uorbuiltUP. HlfNDREDS OTHERS name with the clerk of the cir Lo\'IC P. WILLIAMS teased.
in Floral City. Important then should call 201 2 9th North aDd Central
you cult court of Citrus. County, Inverness Bank Bu&Bnc Street
'papers money and pictures. STROUT. We have all Landscape Nursery Florida. Inverness f lorida Av sue. St. Petersburg Florida ZAN-MARVILLAGE FiIfII CIty
Reward $5.00. Contact MRS.
kinds and prices.STROUT .
Dated at Inverness. Florida, Attorney for Owners. NELSON AND NELSON

i .PELL. Floral City, 23-lc 2 locations Sportsmans this day of May 7!. '..(-.D. 1963. ,;*;,.* Pobiish May 23. 30* June 6. Attorneys

0 REALTY Park and Lincoln Park Jimraie RefersOwner 13. 1963. -fADVERTISE 52 6th Street South 1 Mile Soadi OB u.s. .... 2 Blocks West on S.R. 480.

St. Petersburg. Florida EDWARD L. JONES Owner & Developer.Phons .

FOUND-Small black shorthaired .. Date of firstpubllcationMay23 Publish May lt>, 23. 30. June 6. 716-1489
female dog, deformed Highway 41S. Ph.726 2567 Chronicle Ads Pay
'Yam Publish May 23,30,JMa ..O ..1 1963
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.4-H Horse Clubbers Have Fish Fry Hon. 4 Objections Voiced To 5 MPH Limit., l' -, ..<.: :.;- ; .'.. To Honor Lrttl Miss Martin

Members of the Citrus County gifts for their help in raising Past Master CRYSTAL RIVER-Mr. and
4-11 Horse Club, their parents money for the club during the Board Lifts Masons of Floral City and Inverness Mrs. Gary Schatz Martin announce /
Restriction
and friends, enjoyed fried fish Spring Festival. Speed Lodges are iWked to the birch of a daughter
with all the trimmings Monday After the supper the group attend a dinner Thursday June Daena Machete, weighing 8 lbs
evening at the farm of Mr. and saw movies shown by Royce 6th at 7:30 p.m. in the Floral 10 ounces on June 2 at NorfolkVa

Mrs. Mike Van Ness. Williams, club advisor and as- ,For Boaters On Orange Canal City community buik ag. ( ) Naval Hospital Mrs. Mar-
During the feed, Mr. andMrs. sitant county ag agent. One film ,. The meeting will honor R.W. tin is the daughter of Mrs. Bill
Dave Anderson were presented was "Pride, The Saddle Brother E.H. Higgenbotham Stoney and her husband is the
Horse", and other movies were *. A previous decision to, post In the event of an attack by engineering plans to block Bry- Past District Deputy Grand son of Mrs. C.M. Pearson, all
of recent horse shows in the five mile.speed zone signs along enemy forces, the Mosquito ant Slough (on SR 44 east). Master of the 18th Masonic Dis- of Crystal River.Advertising .
trict and also
CAMEO area In which local youngsterstook the Orange Canal and other Control District will become a The water district, however, honoring R.W.
part. canals in the natural waterwaysof command network, as will the must be responsible for the Brother Robert Chism present in newspapers is )
Photo l Citrus County was reconsidered County Road Dept. This generator action. District Deputy Grand Masterof news. It is information about
Suppjy QUICKPIPE BREAKINLet's Tuesday the board of would supply the network ....... the 18th District and R.W. merchandise services or ideas
Two Stores say you want to take a county commissioners after with the necessary power for local The commissioners receivedtwo Brother A.J. Swanson District and inventions of people who
20 N Main 1416 So..Pine new pipe on a camp vacation.But hearing objections from a local government operations letters from the SRD. One Instructor of the 18th District. pay to have such news publishedso
Ocala you don't want the botherof citizen. should the area be without ele- was a copy of a letter writtenby This will be a social eveningand that the consumer "may
Franchised Dealer for Agfa, breaking it in. Here's the Elfred (Bob) Lassiter asked ctricity. School Supt. Harry Buie requesting no business meeting wil know."
Argus, Anso, Bell & Howell, fast way to do it. Fill the bowl the board to reconsider, saying ******* consideration of an be held.
Bolex, Kodak, Polaroid and with the regular tobacco he had talked with the
you numerous Jesse Thomas, G.G. Ware and overpass at Crystal River
others. 5 hour service on smoke, plug the stem with paper boat owners and felt the restric- Clarence Camp were given citations School crossing in the new four-
black and white Him. Your then soak the tobacco with whis- tion of a five mile per hour speed for providing the county lane U.S. 19. The SRD replied RUG &CARPET ClEANING

complete. photographicstore. key and light. We are informed limit along the canal would do government with facilities for that it does consider such improvements PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
that the alcohol will burn with more harm than good. He saida fallout shelters. These shelt- but indicated that ON LOCATION WALL TO WALL CARPET
the tobacco acting like a wick. boat couldn't operate at five ers, to be used in case of emergency -overpasses are not satisfactory CLEANING.
.- miles per hour. would provide shelter for because they provide no bicycleor NO RUG TOO SMALL OR TOO LARGE.
Most boaters know the dangersof around 700 persons. crippled children facilitat- "TRAINED PERSONNEL"
speeding in the canals, Las- *****.. ions.
siter pointed out. They realize A motion to draw up a resolu- The school board was referredto Deen's Carpet Interwrs
the canals are being dug for recreational . tion to the State Road Dept. the board of county commis-
1848 Silver
E. Springs Blvd.
J purposes and for allowing was carried. It is an agreementwith sioners as money for such an
Adjoining Thriftway Ocala Phone 629-6790
water to flow into the the Southwest WaterCon- overpass would have to come
lakes. But a speed limit such as trol District to proceed with from the county's secondary
five miles per hour would only road funds. The cost of such a

1 AND I CAUGHT IT!--Tony Bishop bring on other problems, he Humming Bird Fare project would be 50000. No
son of Mr. and Mrs. Rich said. action was taken.
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Commissioners Attractive birds which can be
ard Bishop pf Inverness, was went ahead
quick to let the Chronicle know with their previous thoughts to lured to your garden by plantingthe Mrs. B.B. Brown asked the
he had pulled this six pounder erect signs prohibiting water flowers they enjoy most are board when repairs would be
drydock early Saturday morn- skiing at the entrance of the can- thehumming birds. These gor- made to a bridge leading onto
ing from Lake Tsala Apopka. als, but decided to allow boatsto geous creatures have long bills With-La-Popka lands.She had
Tony used a red rubber worm to operate according totheord- and also long tonues, so are asked that the bridge be repaired Self-service
ground this nice bass. m inary rules of safety. More fe- particularly adapted to feeding at the May 21 board? meeting.
finite action will be taken if this from tube-shaped flowers.In She said Commissioner James
GO TO POT doesn't work, the board empha addition, red seems to be Rooks had promised to get the acts
Go to pot with u bar of yellow sized. the humming birds' favorite bridge fixed..and he did again as ,
soap when you're camping ....... color, so that any red tubular- Tuesday.
and coat the bottoms of the pots Civil Defense Director Bell shaped flower is likely to be
Land told visited in search of nectar and 'mother'shelper'
commissioners
you use. Soap won't burn off in approval r ;
the fire's heat but the soot will from the State and fed- small insects. _r
wash off in a jiffy. Another way: eral government:: has been received Thus petunies, hollyhocks, 4-H Chatter
4 Cover pot bottoms with alumi- for the purchase of a four o'clocks, spider flowers,
num foil which transfers heat generator and radio to be Installed columbines, foxgloves, flowering Brooksville Horse Show -1
in the site of tobacco, sweet William and
but county gov-
not impossible-to-remove, Members of the Citrus County
IN FLORIDA get allover everything, dad- ernment. Purchasing price is snapdragons are flowers you 4-H Horse Club participated in too !
not to exceed 1642. can grow to attract humming
blast the-atuff soot. the Brooksville Kiwanis Club

BEER IS A NATURALBrewed birds.Salvias,penstemons and morn- derprivileged Benefit Horse Show Children's for the Fund.Un-

V ing glories are other flowers
slowly, by a centuries-old natural process, beer is Y similary shaped. Like those Members placing in the show:

Florida's traditional beverage of moderation- light, spark- East CoastIf' previously named, they are Straight Luttrell,barrel 1st: Ginger race; Rosemary VanNess
ling, delicious. grown easily from seeds.
3rd Thomas Whitton, 6th.
; Ray
The desirable red color is
And naturally,Florida's Brewing Industry Is proud of the mil- Tree ServiceS present In many of these flowers Junior jumping:Carole Bodda,
lions of dollars contributes to Florida's Florida's
economy if
even only in certain var- 6th.Buddy
5 brewers, 101 beer wholesalers and 17,000 beer retailers ieties. Thus Aztec Fire Dance, pickup:Richard Whitton Our coin-operated machines take the
employ more than 68,000 persons with an annual payroll of SKILLEDTREE SURGEONS Red Cascade and Tango are & Wilburn Forte (leaders),2nd; work out of There's
Carole Bodda & Paula Zellner, wash-day. more
$155,000,000. Money made in Florida, spent In Florida. In # varieties of petunias with red
4th: Luttrell and Willie -
Florida, beer belongs...enjoy.it. Estimates flowers. A morning glory called Luttrell Rosemary leader 6th. time to relax or tend to other chores.
\ Advisory Service Cornell also has red blooms.If ( )
tJ\ # you search the seed racksin Stock saddle seat:Donna Boynton Cost is little; savings are big ISave I
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. "We Specialize in Cavity Work .- your favorite store, you'll 5th.
\P.SI FLORIDA DIVISION P.o.Box OOC Inverness. find red salvias red snapdra- Cloverleaf barrel race:Rose- en rfry cleaninLaundryDry
Luttrell, 4th Carole Bod-
mary ;
gons and red penstemons, as
well as tubular flowers other da, 6th.Junior. KOIN KLEEN Cleanins I

colors and other kinds. All of western pleasure:Don- Main;Street InvernessNext
\ na 2nd Paula Zellner,
Boynton ;
these may be used, not only to to tv
attract humming birds, but also 3rd.
to make your garden a beautiful Senior western pleasure:Pat-
If action is your dish sy Kabrich 4-H, 5th.Camp

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Thirty-six eager, energetic4H Beautiful Citrus
boys leave for 4-H Camp Me i i County -

Quarrie on Monday,.June 10 and
: picture.e. return the 15th.Rhe response to

you've just g!!! to come fry 1 : had the terrific camping to be and turned program several down boys has becauseof have been


lack of space. At camp, the
boys will work, play, and receive
: special instruction on
i HOW subjects of interest.All friends
COOL
FORD'SNEW of 4-H are invited to come to4H
Camp McQuarrie on visi-
'WILL YOU BE tor's day, Wednesday, June
12th. directions,please call
the County Agents' office.
WHEN You 4-H Party

TOTAL PERFORMANCE CHAMP The Hustling Cloverettes, the

GET. HOME ? Club Inverness, and leaders Senior enjoyed Boys'a very 4-H Bunts Fishing :Resort

enjoyable outing on Memorial
Day to Legion Beach, Crystal ''"'S...' ..',4(' .z.r4.4'<"':<,''- ,
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River. The t' .
group enjoyed refreshments - {
of ice-cold water- ".' :, \i 1,: '
.r melon, soft drinks, and pas-
tries.

_f , ,'" ,'t". .. ..,.--.,. 4-HHorse Club Supper
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.. g '.' The Citrus County 4-H Horse
Club had a fish supper at the
.---, a home of Mr. and Mrs. W.r.

\ 0,1 L r' .. ,.. ; 013US "Mike" VanNess on Monday,
." Zr. ..,. ...... June 3rd. All the members,
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__ leaders, and friends of the Club
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I enjoyed films of recent horse
;;;; : shows at the supper.
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FOR PULPWOOD I


rLong PRODUCTION

Here is a view of Bunts Fishing Resort, just west of Highway 19
and right on the Crystal River. At this beautiful Citrus county
resort you can enjoy fresh water and salt water fisl a&. There
are two docks from which: you can fish, and many fish from the
banks. Boats and motors are for r_. This raaort features
bright kitchenette aptS., TV and air-caodfcloatag. Sam*have two
day' The next time you 1 bedrooms.
rau: take your bus ride home.
think how nice it would be 1I
if you were going home to
cool air conditioning See Bunts.
I.'a x 4 how inexpensive it is to have
t cool comfort electrically aH Fishing Resort OffftftHtttiAvailable
SUPER TORQUE FORD 2-DOOR HARDTOP
summer long. Live better

electrically Crystal tfivar, Florida\ Jua. 1
Come drive our new Super Torque Ford "fastback" hardtop . same model that made car I S Madam Cottages>>

history by sweeping the first 5 places in the Daytona 500! This is Ford's total performance inaction ** gear only drive 20 pounds less bar E-vinrude Matars PI.1'W".lApt.- ) + .

. and what action! It proves that Ford has the handling, the braking, the endurance. fells and chain trees up to 4 feet in ** Air Guides Canditianlng- floats TV OB Gnx d Floor

the go-power-everything it takes to stand up-and then someunderthe r diameters lann Pfc. 736-1821
fast and ruined profes-
type of driving you do! And right now you'll save extra . because stoaal's sawavailable P" n. 795-7242
with straight
we're offering FAST ACTION SPECIALS . every car in stock priced
; blades 14" to 28"C

: to move out fast! Act fast while they last. . come in today! I Ir Instant also 16" pteae-cut bow. ... Olb

: .;: Comfort clearing bar and brush S & S Fish ll Camp Trlk CHrt MtsHifk.DrySUaY

:: ACTION IS THE BIG ATTRACTION-SEE YOUR DEALER ''Ere[trcany'xn citrtts cutter prustag & Trailer Park l ttAOUl
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'' full ofifpmetite
f 'J.A.F" '' See the sew Itee
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saws.
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r 7J.Rrw"A / SaleServiceRental Lower WJHihtcoocKee. Spa id Y... ttmmi Rata

-" .4 FLORIDA 9 Miles W. of D>mn Hon TRAILERS FOR RENT

r Chick-Chltty For, :y l', Inc. : : e E POWER CORPORATION H. A. BUSBEE CO. Rome 40Boats Motors -Guide- BaJrMwy.. 41 S* .awms sresaaaibe.

. .. _. ., ... 1014 N. MagBolfta Ocala ")t'. the best, ask
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Citrus High Students Receive RecognitionThose


seniors and other students Tooke and Willie Whitton.
E at Citrus High School who BAND AND CHORUS director
have excelled in one field of Paul Steuart recognized several
activity or another during the band members, announced that --
past year were recognized and Jackie Griffin will be the new-
awarded during the Awards Day band captain for next year,
program Thursday morning in presented letters and jackets
the school auditorium. It was and awarded Alan Smith as the
the final activity for the school outstanding senior bandsman.

GOVERNOR SIGNS LETTERS for these ninth graders at Citrus High School. The certificates, term. Cheerleader awards were given -
signed by Gov. Farris Bryant, are in recognition of achievements by these freshmen students, First on the agenda was the out by Roland Atkins, who
rewarded during'the school program Thursday. From left to right, seated, are: Sharon Maddox, presentation by Florida Power also announced winners of the Zj
Suzanne Butts, Ann Kabrich, Mary Ann Medlin; (standing) Spike Fitzpatrick, Earl Ogden Tom In- Corporation of a U.S. Savings eighth grade statewide essay
Bond and certificate Alan -j-
fantino, Ann Pospiech, and Nadine Cornelius. --photo by Tannehill to contest held recently. 1
Smith for his winning essay. Coach Bill Hilliard handed out
Runners-up Darla Youngbloodand junior varsity letters and recognized -
Water Board Met Margaret Scott were also All-Conference track did

I FPC WinnersFlorida Wednesday presented certificates of merit. stars Bobby Henwood Dan Wol-
Essay ,_ CERTIFICATES signed by the cott, Willie Whitton, Fred i
The Board of the
Governing Governor of Florida were hand- Whitelaw and Johnny Allen.
Southwest Florida Water Man- ed out to nine 9th grade stUd- Head Coach John Hull presented lII
Power Corporation corporation. It serves to stimu- agement District held its regular ents: Ann Pospiech, Ann Ka- varsity letters and jackets to : 1
in cooperation with the local late interest in community development monthly meeting Wednes brich, Suzanne Butts, Spike members of his football and
community development pro- at the high school day. The major item on the Fitzpatrick, Earl Ogden Mary basketball teams. Seniors Fred t?
gram, presented two U.S. Sav- level and ties in with FPC's agenda was approval of a final Ann Medlin Sharon Maddox Whitelaw and Richard Carrollin
ings bonds and four certificates own communith development District Budget for fiscal year Nadine Cornelius Tom Infan- turn presented a gift from the
of merit to students of Citrus 1963-64. The meeting was heldin
program. tinoMrs. "C" Club to Coach Hull and to
and Booker T. Wasyington high Following presentation of the the District Offices at Kenneth Corbin home Mr. and Mrs. Ken Corbin for
schools last Thursday morning. awards at Citrus High,Roscow, Brooksville. economics teacher, presented their assistance to the athletic
Presentation of the corpora- Hester and Welch went to Booker Suncoast Chamber magazine sales certificates to department during the past
tion's awards for winning essays T. Washington and there a number of students and recog- year.
was first on the agenda at awarded another scroll and Sav- Starts On Industry nized outstanding home ec girls The program ended following JJ
Citrus High's annual Awards ings Bond to Verona Dixon.Cer- previously honored. presentation of a gift from the
Day program. tificates of merit went to the CRYSTAL RIVER--At their Mrs. Fannie Puckett called attention junior class to Principal Del-
Following a brief speech by runners-up Larry C h est e e n regular monthly meeting Mon to the following students mar Montgomery. The gift, a
John Roscow, well known local and Jeanette Floyd. day morning directors of the who were determined as the handsomely framed copy of the
business man and chairman of The two bond winners will now Suncoast Chamber of Commerce most outstanding members of Declaration o f Independence

the community development have an opportunity to completewith were presented a map and their respective: classes in academic was'presented by Gregg Brown. OUTSTANDING TRACK STARS at Citrus High School, recognized and awarded letters jackets and
program, the bond and scroll all other schools in FPC held a lengthy discussion con- work: seventh grade,Susan trophies last Thursday morning during the annual Awards Day program, are shown here with Coach
were awarded by John'Hester. service area (32 counties) for cerning the proposed industrial Pospiech; eighth, Bobby Bill Hilliard. These youths were also outstanding other sports during the year. The AllConference -
Florida Power Corp. manager one of two $2,000 scholarships park. Roscow; ninth, Suzanne Butts, Crystal River FFA speedsters are from left to right: Willie Whitton Dan Wolcott Fred \\hitelaw Bobby Hen-
and Dick Welch, president of offered by the power firm in the Bill Byars, executive secre- tenth, Karen Baxley. eleventh Report RecommendedRichard wood and Johnny Allen. Johnny was also selected to participate in the state track meet.
the Citrus County Chamber of essay program. tary of the chamber, said a com Aleta Youells; and twelfth,Janet --photo by Tannehill
Commerce, presented the cer- Crystal River did not participate mittee was set up to secure additional Rasley.Ag Kelly, FFA teacher at
tificates of merit. in the program again this information from the teacher and FFA.chapter Citrus High and Dewitt Crawford -
"MyHope For My Community"was year. county commission and to come advisor Richard Kelly told of FFA teacher at Crystal Cancer Crusade
the theme of the essay,with April Petroleum up with some constructive plans the chapter's achievements River High, submitted reports Nets $3,309Mrs.
first place winner being Alan for the future during the the
regarding important past year and singled to BPI lastweekforapprov"al -
Smith, who was presented with Sales ReportedCitrus factor in the progress of out various Future Farmerswho of the past months' activities George Scofield presi- er E.L. Pierce A. Osterhout contributed a total of 156818.
the $25 Savings Bond. Second County petroleum re* Crystal River area. have accomplished much costs and expenditures.They dent of the Citrus County chapter M. Brown Mary Savary, E.An- Mrs. Paul Lyons was chairmanof
place essay winner was Darla tailers sold 411,557 gallons of Several requests for informa- during this period. Those eligible adopted the form of the American Cancer Socieity tunes. A. Phillips N. Jordan this division, with mrs. Jack
Youngblood, and third place petroleum products during Ap- tion and location regarding establishing for the State Farmer Degree Crystal.River chapter as satis- lists a complete report of the M.A. Davidson M.M. Dixon Phiniz and Mrs. Charles Watson -
winner was Margaret Scott. ril. According to the auditing of industrial plantsin are Fred Whitelaw George factory with an amendment of recent fund raising crusade for M.G. Jones, E. Wenner C. Eb- cochairman.A .
This was the 11th annual a- division of the State Department the area are now being in- accounts payable. Inverness community.As becke, N. Reed and Virginia total of 3309.13 was real-
ward by FPC.The essay contestis of Agriculture this gallonagewas vestigated. The industrial parkis Girl Scout leader Mrs. C.J. a result of the house to Williamson--all volunteers. ized from collections in the
conducted annually in all the comprsed of 408,575 gaso- located just south of Crystal Retired Federal Parker was given permission house canvass here, $408.57 Louis Connell was chairmanof overall Citrus County area.
25 rural counties served by the line and 2,982 kerosene. River on u.s.19. to use the Lecanto school for a was collected.Those making the the business area campaign Mrs. Scofield. Mrs. Lyons
day camp. August 1015. canvass included: Mesdames F. in which $685.38 was collected. Mrs. Phinizp, Mrs. Watson and
4 Employees ToMe The Citrus County 4-H boys Kaufman. N. Gilstrap. N.J. Professor Green of Booker T. the Crusade captains extend a
will'be allowed to use school bus Marshall, H. Anders. D. Bilbo.. Washington School was chair- heartfek thanks to all who con-
transportation to Camp Mc B. Gibson Edna Tomberlin. J. man of the colored division. tributed in any way to make tins

t June 10The Quarie June 10-15. The'board-Stokes, C. Stokes, Pat Hurley. tQ:1,740, p.1.-,. .dkiv.f.:.a .success..., ;... ., approved the use of the bus for M. Butts, D. Welch, B. Meahle. cted Inverness and In ed-
Hernando Citrus Chapter the 4-H girls if they desire it H. Miller, N. Kelly,Thomas, fate surrounding area. SUBSCRIBE TO
#776 of Retired Federal em- for summer camp, also. E. Pipgras. F.Walker,N.Ring CRYSTAL RIVER and area THE CHRONICLE

ployees will meet at the Florida .' . ., .," .'- .". w. ..'.'_. _'_'.'.'.'.'"w..W.'.'.'>' .'.'.'.'.'.....w.0'<....,...'0'<....,...--...............,,......,,,...,..,,...w..w.w..N.W'.W, -- =
Power Lounge on Monday June .. .mlm1 itm riiW mmMWMr: t; ;;j@tfttltt ttm
10, 12:30 p.m. with Thomas . . . ... . :
Haught presiding. A covereddish
luncheon will preceed the
meeting with Mrs. George
Schultz in charge of refresh-
ments.
At the May 13 meeting An-

: thony Farnese, 1st vice pres.,
l presided in the absence of Thomas -

S Haught president. It was
voted on and passed to continuethe
meetings during the sum-
h mer. Lee Comer gave a very Si. P
good report of the State Con-
vention held in Orlando. Happy
birthday was sung to all having
birthdays in May.
Retired Federal employess and
their wives are welcome to join
our group.For information con-
1 tact George Schultz, secretaryor
Thomas Haught,. president,
1
4 both of Inverness.
The meetings; are closed in Y
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prayer by W.B Gettings followed /
by all members singing inclosing
aM "God Will Take Care of -

ESSAY AWARD WINNERS from Citrus High School are shown above being congratulated by John You." : k .

Hester, manager of the local Florida Power Corporation. Essay winner Alan Smith is holding the Oil Fuel Institute ; ___ --;
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U.s. Savings Bond. Runners-up are Darla Youngblood(left)and Margaret Scott.photo by Tannehill i

Meeting In CountyCRYSTAL -/ ,

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RIVERThe Oil "a rS
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Fuel Institute of Florida is holding
y
1-, > its third annual late spring
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,41'i meeting at the Port Paradise # i
Hotel here today through Saturday ... ,..- y
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About 50 members of the statewide
0V
fuel oil marketers association -
are expected; to attend the
meeting, which will developad-
\ertisine and public relations

plans Anon for:: 1963-64.things on the agenda The nicest things

will be a legislative report on
the 1963 session ot the 1 lorida
Legislature, accordin to John
\. Hunter Clearwater, president happen to systematic savers !
of the Ol.1 ot lorida.! -T


County Brochures Ever notice how it is with some families? They %i r

always seem to have the money to go off on the most
Sent To 10 States

Ft Packages containing a mini- exciting vacation trips, buy and furnish the nicest r fTJI .,

mum of from 10 to 100 brochures homes, give their children the best educations. Often \
on Citrus County were f.JX
shipped during the past coupleof the answer is not to be found in the size of their; income --= ----- JI1i.
weeks to a total of 183 ofitces -
2 in 10 states, ac,onhae to but in what they DO with itl! By systematicallysaving
a irom Bill Ryan eve-
report
1. 4s __ ..-utl'.e s etat"oi' the Sun- part of it, they manage to have "what it e J1..
= boast Chamber 01 ommerve, takes" V IUtt* Your Full ServiceCommercial
i Crystal River.Nearly to enjoy the best things of life. If they save .
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..L Bank
vuBtaintnthe 100 of tareecoumybro these package. here .c(as many do) their money earns interest at *- .

elmres anJ maps went to travel . s .........-.Ir ww-...c..t..r ..-
bureaus, welcome stations and
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4! .
auto club otiices. A roudiceuBt -f"
around 9.400 brochure have

HIGH essay winners receiving recognition from Florida Power Corporation been mailed out within die past BANK of INVERNESS
BOOKER 1':. WASHINGTON couple ot weeks flyers tokl thepaper
and the local nityareshownabovewlth Dick Welch (left). ]president of the CitruS County .
'OImty !
Commerce- John Roscow (rear center) chairman of the community development pro-
SmTaM John Hester (right), manager of Florida Power Corporation. The two students with
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certificates are Jeanette Floyd and::! Larry Chesteen. Mr. Hester has Just given the U.s.Savings labtr genius alone be"ins tip:.TeAtlIrk them. : ;

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f Probe Was Needed '< ., : '- -' H.'J '. \. : 9 9 5
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: the past couple of weeks the Citrus County Grand Jury, : :; m rio t JRCtcER ) WE YEARS AGO plant has been signed with the Estimate

half cloaked in secrecy, heard testimony concerning the Mosquito Francis "(Cowboy) Williamswas Housing & Home Finance Agency -
' Control District during three days of proceedings and from more elected president of the See Mr. Brown at

than a score of witnesses.These hearings ended with a nine-page Assn. of County Clerks at the Citrus County's worst auto

recommendation and report which did not return an indictment .1. TEENAGERS WELCOME annual meeting in Tampa. accident in several years resulted CHICK CHIllY FORD
against district officials or employees.To ... Three new teachers appointedby last week in three deaths
the county school board last and four other
many people this was a great disappointment. Why? Becausefor week are Robert N. Smith Jr., The injury two-car collision took persoas.place Hwy. 41 N Inverness, Florid
many months there have been rumors and suspicions that all : (. Mrs. Dora A. Lawrence and Thursday night two miles north, One Color No Metal Work

was not as it should have been within the closely guarded con- ': Henry Wilson Jr. of Holder. --
fines of the' pest control-canal digging organization. Quite Mrs. Flossie Bassett of Flora John Conway of Hernando took
numerous have been the accusations of a 1 great many citizens :; } 1 City and Reuben Hair of Lecanto first place honors in the Soil
( from all sections of the county. have ossed their hats into the Conservation speaking contestat
There were some who,when the grand jury was called in for the < political ring and will seek a Brooksville.

hearings said they saw no need for such an inquiry, that another jyLR : seat on the Board of Public In Obituary: John J. Bird Her-

witch hunt was in the process. But the majority of opinions struction.A nando, 69, native of Townsend
coming to this newspaper office certainly did not reflect this contract under which the Tenn.

feeling although few persons really believed an indictment wouldbe ; ; City of Inverness will borrow Obituary: Arthur Benjamin

forthcoming.The : $162,000 for partial financing of Woods 79.of Crystal River native Johnson Tire City
a municipal sewage treatment of Elizabethtown Pa.
county paper has no way of knowing whether any or all of Obituary: Harry D.Binney,79,
the charges placed against the oft-controversial mosquito control Inverness native of Logan- 915-1007 N. Magnolia Ave. OcalaWe
unit are legitimate. We hope they are not. The conclusion sport, Ind.
reached by the jury is that there is and was no misconduct on .' 1 ,. 0 Letter To EditorDear ObituaryIrs Cressa Dale
the of the control distria, its directors commissioners or
part _. Earl 72, Inverness; native of
other employees."In ':t.,':';: ".,.j- +cw Sir.Providing Woodland Wash. are franchised for the following lime.WeMrlioe

I .. :.. . D'Tit. its not too expensiveI'm Obituary: Mrs. Lue Esther what we sell and we are proud of wtet we....
.- '7 ... very much interested in taking -
with individuals listento
many instances a public body, may Davison 71, Hernando; nativeof
rumors or observations, yet do not completely understand ,'. out a subscription to your Erie Kan. GATES TIRES (AREA DiSTRIBUTO*)
what occurred..." the report states.And we agree. But the public paper. Both my wife and I are TEN YEARS AGO WHEEL HORSE TRACTORS
likes to know, is entitled to know, what the facts really are. looking forward to visiting Flo- The first concrete was pouredthis YAZOO POWER MOWERS
Ira"., SoffService rida toward the end of this year week for a new supermarket GALE OUTBOARD MOTORS
For this reason--and others--The Chronicle feels that the and at present are planning to in Crystal River, for L.C. MONO CHAIN SAWS
here within the few weeks establish ourselves there even- CLINTON MOTORS
mysterious proceedings underway past Coburn.
Drivers under 25 involved in i more than 25% of
were
tually. We have friends who have .
have served a worthwhile purpose. The investigation (if it can Verona Martin won five of the
be called that) has apparently vindicated the Mosquito Control the personal! injury accidents in 1962. settled in Dade and Pinellas student awards made this weekto tye give Liberal Trade-las and Credit Approved
District and those connected with it. counties however we would Citrus High School students. Credit..
$&:::rx,:rw.vvxvywxyrr.v:: ''ivSii+iJsdOSSrrrlJiA.;;;: :,{ nr."rr::1 T' 1''Inn!"" r" In !lnr'll: iin!! : prefer to settle in an area which Other winners included George

But more important we believe is that this organization--and has not been subject to a population Thompson Peggy Matson Ina
several others in Citrus County should realize that somewhere r explosion and where the Claire Green Mary Ellen Hew-
somebody is watching their every move. No longer are eyes prospects for a more gradual lings June Porter and Richard
being closed to "little things" which over the years add up to development appear more Kelly.

much larger involvements.It likely. Sandra Walker will
I recall driving through Citrus represent
Inverness at Girls State. ,
is high time that public officials remember that they have County about seven years ago Seeking election to the Crystal DOWER MOWERS
been elected In good faith and trust and that their offices are : and was very favorably impres- River Town Council are: Carl
not to be used as a manipulation point for propelling themselvesinto ,. sed by the elbow room available.I Halter-man, Carl Harman W.M
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social and economic orbits high above the citizens they were ;" Here... : plan to look around for a pieceof Thompson C.E. Barnes and
placed there to serve. < .JI By Bob* Tannehill land for my own personal use Horace Brown. w aut r
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that fronts on a lake, river or
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inlet with access by water to the
We Can Be ProudOf The special secret hearings... row night. Gulf of Mexico.In .
Green Thumb iIBE1
secret in the courtroom any- Whether or not the Citrus the mean time I would like TiP--
way..regarding the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce to learn a little about the area Where an attractive edging to !E
PlantWe County Mosquito Control Dis- stays in existance will depend and I cant think of a better way flower beds is needed how about 1'q I IN
Sewage trict ended last week even more upon their reaction at this pub- than by reading the local news- curled parsley? Looks beautiful ,1,4H J I la

quietly than they started.A lic meeting. The responsiblityrests paper. Would you be good enoughto tastes good.
wonder just how many Inverness residents have taken the lot of questions were left on their shoulders.The let me know the cost of a r,, y. w
interest to drive down to the new waste treatment plant that has local chamber whose ben- mail-
unanswered. yearly subscription plus
just been constructed for our city and which was dedicated last Such alleged irregularities efit to the county in past years ing charges to London England? ATTENTIONBUDGET Sales and Service for
Thursday evening. You owe it to yourselves to really get a-good' such accusations, are not in the cannot be calculated, is not In addition if it isnt too much MINDED FOLKS
look at this new and modern facility. best interests of Citrus County. capable of operating without trouble I would be much obligedif FOR CLEAN tasty snacks

Bad publicity serves no worth- money. And it's broker than ahobo.s you could let me know the lunches and dinners. Priced Heavy Duty Yazoo Tire
! citizen of this should be have
Every community proud to a hind pocket.
while purpose.As right party to write to in orderto right. Try the HICKORY
t sewage treatment system as Inverness can now boast with pride. More membership and more
the grand jury report stated get holdttf a county map and KING RESTAURANT.
Highly efficient, it is one of the lastest,most modern such plants the public is entitled to know interest on the part of those the marine chart for the local You'll like it Mom Island Rkfer
available to any community our size.. and many much larger. being served by the chamber is
the facts. And as we have already area. Barbecue&Sea Food
said a lot of questionswere the only answer to a problem If there are any general par- Specials Z "We Service What We Sell"ARCHER'S
The Chronicle tips its hat to the present city officials and those which has been steadily growing
left unanswered. ticulars that would like to
in the past who worked diligently towards this accomplishment.We ******* worse.In send along I you would be most Hickory KingRestaurant
also commend the others who had a great deal to do with Some people apparently have addition money and sup- grateful. .1 MARINEHwy
finally getting a new treatment plant erected and in
operation. port, the chamber probably
still to learn that the county paper Sincerely yours
is not a mouthpiece for any could use some good suggestions E. V. Schaerer( 41 N Inverness
Such a facility has been wanted and needed in Inverness for ?
particular faction or of on how to better serve this 65 WimpOle'Street
over a 'decade. We have searched through old Chronicle files group community.The Hwy 19 Crystal River Fla.
people, whose intentions are London W.I England
and observed discussion and action toward achieving such solutions
: an to its problem
anything less than what is designed -
iijlprovement. Why the city has had to wait so long for this
for the best interests of rests with all of us who are in
overdue equipment we don't know. Nor do we care now. Let the anyway interested in the growthand
past rest in peace and let's all look to the future. With such a Citrus Nor are County.we about to bow to any progress of this area. That For non-stop Vacation Fun working rubber on the rood. As a result, you get

fine sewage treatment system as we have now, the future of requests no matter how presented interest will be shown in your more mileage-because the load is spread over
Inverness appears much brighter..and certainly more sanitary.Where's attendance at Firday night's important -
,to ignore or water down more surface, reducing the strain on each indi-
count
those issues which feel meeting.You on longrunningA
we are
vidual point. And get safer,surer stops from
the matters of the people. If a may think you don't needa you
Our Sense spade is a spade, we're going to chamber of commerce..andyou Want the happiest ATLAS' better traction-plus easier steering,

call it that,without regard to our may not have Think one that after tomorrow ZAS J TIRES vacationer?Then less side-slip on turns, real control. Our famous
night.
Of Gratefulness? personal body holding friendship it at the with time.any- ******* over. keep your mind on the road, not on your tires! Twin Guarantee is honored by 50,000 ATLAS

Memorial Day 1963...parades, ceremonies speeches..everywhere ******* Next week is National Flag .And you will if you travel on the new ATLAS dealers in 50 states and Canada.Come in today!

but here. To our knowledge there was not a single obser- At least one person has toldus Week during which time patriotic Plycron, the tire that puts up to 25% more STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
he is than with the
vance of Memorial Day in Citrus County, leastwise not in Inver more upset Americans are being
: ness. county commissioners' ruling asked to literally show their
that a five mile per hour speed colors. We would personally

For many people last Thursday-Memorial Day-was a holiday. limit for boats be established on like to see many flags on displayin
t Like it other the Orange Canal between Lake Inverness especially down
Sundays, was a day simply serving purpose than
y that of getting "away from it all", going fishing.golfing, etc. Tsala Apopka and the Withla- town during this week." Inver- ... Iii:
u It was just another holiday. Why should it anything else? coochee River. ness Shell Service has got 'em
After all, those who "got away from it all' by giving up their While we are not avid boaters if you want 'em.
lives during battle for this country are dead...many of them ourselves and while we are **.**.*
forgotten. solidly behind any movement to Our quote of the week: "If a
strengthen safety measures on storekeeper decided to serve

Forget the sons, husbands and fathers who gave their lives that any of our waterways, we won- only red-hairedpeople with club
we .might have such holidays. Forget that they had no choice, der if five miles per hour isn'ta feet, I think he ought to be allow-
and that they would have ignored it if they could have had it. Wipe bit ridiculous. ed to."--Sen.George Smathers, L -
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away the tears and anguish that War Department news brought p-Fla. n
i into hundreds of thousands of American homes.Live and let live, The Chronicle and this editor *******

forget the past, forget the bloody sacrifices.We both received citations recently This Week In History
from the Florida Council for Battle of Midway began June

cannot understand,can not comprehend how our communitycan Retarded Children "...for ren- 4, 1942.
boast so many service organizations and yet not have any dering invaluable service to the Secretary of State George: C. v4
sort of Memorial Day observances. We simply can not conceiveof Retarded Children and Adults in Marshall outlined the Marshall .r
the attitudes of some of our business and professional citizens the State of Florida." Plan June 5.194'Citrus

when they are asked to display Old Glory in front of their placesof We appreciate this gesture ,
work. but whatever we are able to do to \
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i Call us flag wavers if you please but we are proud to fly the mentally retarded folks especially Sys ; ,,. i7 .
American standard. We are proud to be Americans and live in the little ones we do with -
this great nation. We are deeply grateful forthe men and women immense satisfaction and with- \ _
who have sacrificed their bodies and their health so that we out regard to recognition. SERVING
might enjoy a betterway of life. If this be radicalism cover us W e feel Harry Van Nortwickhas ALL CITRl IS COUNTY
with it from head to toe I done a tremendously fine Published every Thursday by TEs
job. He and the association the Citrus County PublishingCo.

What Else New? must now have the support of all at 107 N. Apopka St., Inverness -
of us if our mentally retarded Florida. Established

Lung cancer and smoking,there is a definite connection. Of this citizens are ever to take their in 1890. Entered 1:6S second
fact we have no doubts. But just what correlation there is still proper place in society. class mail at the post officeat __
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warrants debate. We keep hearing and reading of the relationship Inverness Florida.
between lung cancer and smoking but no one seems to know Counts Bakery has turned off
exactly how closely the two are related. the oven after two years of business HERMAN. GOLDNER, x
in Inverness..and after President

The latest announcement comes from a husband and wife turning out some of the most ROBERT L. CHAMBERLAIN. .
science writing team after appraising available evidence in delicious pastries we've ever Publisher 'r
collaboration with editors of Consumer Reports (June issue)and had the pleasure of sinkiaf a BOB G. TANNEHILL,

other authorities. This comprehensive report by Edward and molar into. News Editor I;
I Ruth Brecher is entitled "Smoking: and Lung Cancer. Those of us who have patronized RUSSELL FORD, AOvemsinc
Coucts Bakery will surely SCY HIBBARD JR.,

To us. the significant yet somewhat insignificant word em- miss their product. But most of Production Supt.
all, we feel a lot ot folks will
phasized in the report is "excessive. The conclusion of the
Brechers is that "The United States is in the throes of a lung miss Virginia Counts who in Subscriptions $3.50 a year in
cancer epidemic and the major cause is excessive cigarette the few years she and Donald Citrus Marion.Hernando Levy t
smoking." lived in this county really became and Sumter counties 6 months
a part of it. $2.25. Elsewhere in I..S. v4.50 t

This is new? Aren't most of our health problems the end resultof It's such worthwhile citizensas a year, 6 months $3.00; o.50 r STANDARD
excessiveness? How about eating too much?drinking too much? this who can do so much fora a year in Canada.Subscription
Working too hard? Lying in the sun too long? All of these health community and who are missed mailed outside Florida part oi
hazards are the result of excessive or over Indulgence.The whenever they move away. the year take the S4.50 rate.
OUT best wishes )!o with them OIL

science writers offered solace however to those who can'tor and we hope the economic situation When address is changed send
don't want to "kick" the smoking habit: "Even among those will chance so that someday the CHroBicfe both your old andyour

who smoke two packs or more a day from boyhood to old age, they rnipiir return.. new addresses. redress \\ ad ..; ',,. .
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eight or nine out of ten will die of something else." alone is not sufficient.
Speaking of economic conditions -

Certainly we're living in the midst of a major lung cancer the interested citizens of THE CHRONICLE is a meatier>> a .
epidemic. And: there is a wall of evidence against cigarette Inverness Floral tityandHernando of Florida Press Association
smoking. We concede there is a correlation between the two- --especially the business Citrus County
that "excessive" cigarette smoking "might" lead to lung cancer and professional folks--w ill Chamber of Commerce H. o. Smith Agent
of Inverness
have the making a
opportunity
Crystal River
-just the same as excessive anything else Is a threat to ,
most Importanzdecisiontomor-
health. So what else is new? Chamber Commerce

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Mr. and Mrs.Fred Perry of Robert_ K. Scott is receiving Deeds Recorded Yulee Park Certificate I
Houston Tex. are here for a treatment in the VA hospital at
! short visit with mrs. Perry's Bay Pines and will receive mail z
I I mother and father, Mr. and addressed to Ward 1-4-N. HOMOSASSA--Mr. and Mrs. brought the one for YuleeSugarMill
I Mrs. C.E. Long of Hillcrest Mr. Scott's family is operat- May 23 through & Mary P. Atkinson; Lot 5, Vincent Havens, who have been here last week.
I E::tates.I ing the Sconomy Mart while he Rainbow 23, Crystal Acres. caretakers of the historic Yulee The awards were given to parks
is away. ert & Maria C. ; William W. & Lena C. Stanton Sugar Mill site since 1953 were with disabling injuries.Yulee I
I t 25 & 26, Block Robert J. & Betty Jo Huston; presented a certificate of award has so far been completely accident -
bow Estates. inSect 9-17-18. a 1. for the park in recognition of an free. I
A A-tda nine Plywood BOATS Franklin H. J.T. & Louise Huggins to Don- outstanding safety record.
Downward to Lee & Elsie M. Breeden; Myakka River State ParkSupt.
very best materials - M.. Andrews; Allen Crowley, who is also area Science is but a mere heap of
23-19-17.
in Sect 4 ;
facts, not a gold chain of truths,
Cary cra lt Boat Worfo.Laundry ( for 3
s wards Subdiv. Garland B.Potterfield to Harry i -j supervisor Dist.# ,received if we refuse to link it to the
C.M. & June & Nola N. Brock Lot 28, the awards at a personnel
U.S. 41 N. Park of
throne God.F
Sportsmen' CobbeSde41
en L. & Bertha ; C, Potterfield's Mayfair : ; : meeting at Myakka recently and P.
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Landscape Nursery 'MOCK S': Bowling Alley in Sect. - Stream Acres. -
L.G. & Florida Waterman Inc.to Rob- t -
Citrus County; H. and/or Daisy B. Hansen:
6, 25,26 & 27 in Sect. 14-19-16. 6 damALOIVE ---

Lot 3, Block 103 Paul M. & Mary I. Waterman :

Dry Cleaning & Rug ServiceWe of Inverness. Robert H. and/or Daisy B. i WITH GODLaymen's
Citrus Estates : lands in Sect 14-19-16.
County; Lands Florida Waterman Inc.toCal-
pick up and deliver 3 times week in the Inverness and 19. e
a _
Crystal River Area. Homer M. & M.in Sect.& Mary 14-19-16.B. Kirkwo.xl; Retreats at Saint Leo Abbey I

well to J.B. Paul M. & Mary I. Waterman Saint Leo Pasco County Florida
FOR SWIFT. EFFICIENT SERVICE PHONE OR WRITE Sect. 29-19-17. Calvin M. & Mary B. Kirk-
Surety lands in Sect. 14-19-16. rs MEN OF ALL FAITHS INVITEDContact
Ocala Laundry & Dry Cleaners Co. to William Florida Waterman Inc. to Will .
71!' : Al
Rosier Floral
City Ph.
Yr ( 726-2403))
WhittonTheS and/or Catherine V. Lovell;
Ocala Florida of.the N 140' in Sect. 141916. -. x John Mauro Inverness (Ph. 726-2926)
Sander's Paul M. & Mary I. Waterman Pete Weis, Crystal River (Ph. 795-3155)

402 So Main C.E.&Betty Will D. and/or Catherine V.
,. Street Phone 622-8301
Mortgage ; ; lands in Sect. 141916.W. VINCENT HAVENS, Superintendent of Yulee Sugar Mill Park, is
shown above certificate presented to the park for its
holding
120' of the W Thad Connally to Lovelia
of Lot 1 of B.H. ; Lot 3,Block A.Unit 3, safety record.
tion to Subdivision.St. '---'JJ/.r..r..T'-'
1A Charles Martins Estuary Retreats, Highlands. schman Co. Inc.; lands in Sect.
Alice Ellis to to Arthur R. & Margit Rei- Citrus County Land Bureau 2-18-17.
Lot 4, Block 3, ; Lot SO, Block A, Unit 1. Inc. #2 to Merton &Clara Schu- Harry B. & Dorothy E. Calla- Grand
r horn.E. Martins Estuary Retreats. yler; Lots 73 to 76 both incl., han to Wilbur L. (Jr.) & Mary
F. & Citrus County Land Bureau. Block 144, Unit 9, Inverness B. Spafford; Lot 21, Block B,
i E. Allen. Jr. to Thomas V. Kelley: Lots Highlands. Unit 2A pache Shores. Opening
18-18. to 90 both incl., Block 64. Citrus County Land Bureau F.E. & Alma Marlow to Sam J. ...
1 1 C.E. Allen Jr 2, Inverness Highlands. Inc. #2 to William & Louise Kellner; Lot 1, except the N 20' -
E. Allen; lands Citrus County Land Bureau Inc Loubier; Lots 14 to 19 both incl thereof. Block 9, of the Town of v
Raymond B. & Benjamin Waxman; Lots 24 to Block 157, Unit 9, Inverness Holder. :
to B.G. & ; both incl., Block 1, Unit 6, -Highlands. Monty J.&Marjorie Ellsworthto Thunderbird Restaurant
Lands in Sect. Highlands. C.B. & Ann P.Myers to Dexter Charles- Kenneth Meadows; ,
1 BUILDING SUPPLIES Homer A. Citrus County Land Bureau.Inc Daniels. Jr. Lot 17, Block.,4. in Ellsworth Point Subdiv. Lake Panosoffkee
Charles & Wilfred & Katherine Pufahl; Unit 2. Hickory Hill Retreats. 1st Addition.
lands in Sect. 108 to 111 both incl.. Block Erie Mora & Frances C.Mora State Highway 471
Thomas J. & Unit 3, Inv. Highlands. to Mike 0, & Mary C.Giallour- Get Cosmetology .
to Smith H. & ; Citrus County Land Bureau Inc akis lands In Sect. 2-17-19. Certificates, CFJC
lands in Sect. Edmond G. and/or M. Helen & Mabel -
R.O. M. Jones to Ed-
Kenneth D. & ; Lots 58 to 61 both gar E. (Jr.) & Katherine B. Carroll Jean Carte of Inver- DELICIOUS_ C01ff vo, ;..
HOW TO PUT A GOOD to Michael ., Block 46, Unit 2, Inver Tolle; Lot 6, Block 16, Unit 2B, ness and Sharon Kay Hiers of
Dunnellon are several
among
Marckese? Lot Highlands. Woodland Estates.Sportsmen's Steaks t
Shores. Citrus County Land Bureau Inc Developing Corp.to young ladies receiving certifi- IJ1Ir.w.
ROOF OVER YOUR HEAD Dorland J. Edward J.& Frances Wiejac- Morgan J. & Joyce M. Ware; cates from Cosmetology atMonday's Chops'Y' ,
&: Emma Mae ; ; Lots 1 to 8 both incl.,Block Lots 9 & 10, Block C, Unit 1, regular commence- .
Block F, Unit 2, Inv. Highlands. Backwaters Heights. ment exercise at Central Florida -
Chicken
Frasure Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc Sam R. & Theresa Doggart to Junior College. LJMY
Cole; Lands in Peter & Elaine Torres; Lots Morgan J. & Joyce M. Ware; They have completed 1,200
Frasure to 128 both incl., Block 93, Lots 15 & 16, Block D, Unit 2, hours instruction in cosmetology Private Dining Room
4"aK'ply Cohn; lands in 3, Inverness Highlands. Withlacoochee River Hills. and are eligible now to take
Frasure Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc Ruth Ellis & Earl Larson to the state board examination in .,
& Miriam Fudie P. & Clementina C. J.F. Phelps Lots 5&6, Block 2, this subject to become licensed ,. For Reservations
18-19-18. ; Lots 25 to 32 both inch. Crystal Acres. junior operators. 'tJIIIIII'
Block 66, Unit 2, Inverness J.F. Phelps to C.M. & Doro- Phone 793-2928
Mack 1.. & Highlands. thy Rodde rry; Lots 5 & 6, SUBSCRIBE TO
Lot 4, Block Citrus County Land Bureau Inc Block 2, Crystal Acres. THE CHRONICLE
La-Popka Kenneth & Winifred DeYoungLots Earl & Ruth Ellis Larson to
Make your roof weather-tight and 27 to 30 both incl., Block C.M. & Dorothy Roddenberry;
home Richard O. & 80, Unit 3, Inv. Highlands. Beginning at SE corner of Lot 6
enhance the beauty of your '- Lot 9, Block Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc Block 2, Crystal Acres, a recorded -
with our fire-resistant roofing. La-Popka William W.'& Marie Watson; subdivision thence W A Handy Guide To

Homosassa Lots 37 to 44 both incl., Block -J66'' thence N 150'.thence E 66',
Donovan Smith; 117. Unit 3. Inv. Highlands. thence S 150' to P.O.B. desc in .
19-17. Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc O.R. 41 page 537. .
James A. ( ) to Virgil F. Ware Sr.;Lots 76 to L. Earle & Jane B. Smith to c
C. Pruitt to 79 both incl.. Block 109, Unit3, Lewis Earle Jr.) & Jane H. SAVINGS,
Lot 30, Block Inverness Highlands. Smith; Property in Magnolia
dise Country 38S8&5SSSS&L. Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc Bend.L. .
Catharine D. to Charles T.and/or Norms. H. Earle & Jane B. Smith to
i -- (Jr.) & Joanne Gale; Lots 9 to ,12 both incl., George E. & Jennie E. Arnold; SERVICE INSTITUTIONS and BUSINESSES
7 & 8, Block 11 Block 100,Unit 3,Inv.Highlands lands in Sect 33-19-17. ,
Catharine D. Citrus County Land Bureau |Incto George E. & Jennie E. Arnoldto .
C & Catherine P. ; Robert' C.&Ida G.Ackermann L. Earle & Jane B. Smith; Of CITRUS COUNTYCARRIER
Block 23, lots 54 to57both incl.,Block49, lands in Sect 29-19-17.
Catharine D. Unit 2, Inverness Highlands. Elfred & Florence Lassiterto
Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc S.Y. & Avy Smith; lands in Central Heating and Cooling
to Julius M. Peck; Lots 45 to 52 Sect. 27-18-20. .
Free Deliveries Taylor made duct work from our own sheet metal shop PORTER
both incl., Block 63, Unit 2, in- N.C. & WildaS.BryanttoRob-
'Citrus verness Highlands. ert S. Baynard; Lots 4, 5 & 6, JOHN D. LAW
FUNERAL HOME
Citrus County Land Bureau Inc Block C, Bryant's Lake View
Factory to Hugo Adriaan Cornelis Rink; Manor. LP Gas & Appliance Dealer
Trained Lots 13 to 16 both incl., Block N.C. & Wilda S. Bryant to Brooksville Ph. 795-2341 .
BOWLES Mechanics 14, Unit 1. Inv. Highlands. Robert! Baynard; Lot 3,Block AMBULANCEBENNETT'S
Citrus County Land Bureau Inc C, Bryant's Lake View Manor. .
Hu 9-2400 to Victor Zicko; Lots 26 to 29 Royal & Violet Gilman to Dale DRUGS AL OWEN SERVICE
Sales both incl., Block 16, Unit 1, Inverness & Hilda Oilman;Lot 10,Block,
Parts Highlands. Unit 4, Chassahowitzka River Rexall DrugPHONE .
LUMBER CO. ServiceSERVICE Citrus County Land Bureau Inc Estates. Painting Contractor PHONE
ON to Jorge Cardona; Lots 50&51, Tom B. & Tymesia M.Walker 7262781CITRUS Estimates and QualityWork .
U.S. 41 Block 244, Inv.Highlands South. *to Eleanor M. Clouser; Lots K 3: COUNTY'SLEADING 726-2271 or
Bridge St. Dunnellon Phone Citrus County Land Bureau,Inc & 17, Block 5, Unit 2. HickoryHill DRUG STORE
to Patrick J. &Concetta Rafter;; Retreats. TURNER CAMP ROAD 72'-18 l

i I--- Lots 11 & 12,Block 202,Inverness Catherine Storoz to John Storoz PrescripUans Accurately
l Highlands South. & Sophie Kasey; Lots 52 to 55 Inverness
; ;; gF Filled by Main
d. Citrus County Land Bureau inc.. Block 23, Unit 1, Inverness RFD 1 Box 193 1Hr
Inc. #1 to William F.& Florence Highlands. Competent Druggists ,

CONFERENCE-CLOSING OFFICE G. O'Connor; Lots 1 to 8 both Willie James & Shirley Ann FLORID Phone 726.2696 INVERNESS, >FLOMDAHall's
INVERNESS
i incl., Block 11, Unit 8, Inver- Booth to Richard F. &Nell Kelly -
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| ness Highlands. ; lands in Sect. 331820..
i Citrus County Land Bureau Frasure Hull Inc. to Italian "
J Inc. #1 to Joseph&Sylvia Thur- Terrazzo, Inc. lands in Sect. W C. HILL For the Best In Real Estate '
tly i ner; Lots 9 to 12 both incl., 18 19-18. SEE OR CALL
1 Block 18, Unit8,In\.Highlands. Frasure Hull, Inc. to Marvin TV
Citrus County Land Bureau. and/or Uli G. Wideman; lands Electrical Contractor _
Inc. #1 to Walter J and/or Pat- in Sect. 18-19-18.
titrhm t-1?, > ricia A.Sadowski;Lots 97 to 102 Frasure Hull, Inc. to louis & Major Appliance Repairs ,N. B. (BOB) TROTTER

ii n. trrt'P' _ I both incl. Block 2, 'nit 8, In- Betty Fink; lands in Sect. 18-
I Highlands. 19-18. Electrical Repairs 215 HUM St

ii : Citrus County Land Bureau River-Lakes Manor Inc. to Small Pump Motor Service Reg. Real Estate Broker
: r .r t=a s Inc..1I2 to Aram J.(Jr.)&Grace Thomas L. (Sr.) & Bettie B. Postofflce Box 87Homosassa .
f I Deracon Lots 66 to 69 both incl. James Lot 3, Block 7, Unit 3, Hwy. 41 North Inverness
Block 164, Unit 9, Inverness River-Lakes Manor. Spring Florida 11yflf!tom s FM.

s Highlands.) River-Lakes Manor, Inc. to PHONE. 795r2882"Cutcei
Citrus County Land Bureau. Martin J. Meyers;Lot 13,Block Phone 726-2845
Inc. #2 to Robert L. Nickel:LotTO 7, Unit 3, River-Lakes Manor.
to 73 both incl.. Block 159. River-Lakes Manor Inc. ti
I IPENINSULAR I'nit 9, Inverness Htahtamfe. Robert V. :Middendorf; Lot 3, PACKERMOTOR rwrxozw WEST COAST TITLE

Citrus County Land Bureau Block 4, nut 3, River Lakes COMPANY
Ii Inc. 2 to James E. & Ann G. Manor. +phone 71b-1911 COMPANY
'roam ; Lots 23 to 26 both incl. Bessie Hoy WilliamsIarine: Hardware and Marine LaHl Title 'irauraaceF
r Block 154 Unit 9, Inverness Bank. & Trust Co. to 11'.1. Hir- Supplies ,
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ABSTRACT COMPANY CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Fishing Tackle Work >warn t : r. o, BOX .MFte

Phone 793-2858
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Comtr Oscoola at Emory St. lnr.."n.sy Florida .
Wells From Z to 8Meyers IneHi For Free Estimate and PWHvtr Wt WV*
Exclusive Agent In Citrus County Florida, for Title SUNDAY SERVICE 11:00 A.M.
;- & Trust Company of Florida, of Jacksonville Florida ; ) SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. Sales &, Pumps Service Dependable service call WillI [
\ TESTIMONIAL MEETING 7:30 ,..Me.2nd 11 i

and 4th Wtdnt.tJoyt Call Crystal 795-2299 River Home Furniture CI. .lrIiliI: t

TITLE I NSURANCE ABSTRACTS'OF READING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC- Fri. 2-4, Call Dunnellon -
also befer and after tU Wednesday netting- Inverness
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Not .a branch or any other kind of off-shoot-lt the real Location Sunday School>>: room.:
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4-B The CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE June 6 1963 .




i Bonifield Bowling' Minutes Board Of Public InstructionInverness Move To_ Dade CityMr.

Group's President aad.Mrs. John Waters anI in W45 and. Mr. Wattes retired

l Ma.) April 23. 19(J3 each or $10,310.58 for three: the Trustees, RiVhanl Kaulman their teenage son. Jay, took up after 20 years with Ceatral
Members of the Citrus County The lk>ard of Public Instruct Jungle Auto, to Superior. $3, made a motion, seconded by new residence last week in Dade Truck Lines.Jay just complete 1
liuwlin"; Association at their ion, Citrus County, met on this 794.00 each or 11382.00 fur Dave Anderson, to appoint Wil- City. 807 W.Magnolia.; Mr.Waters his sophomore year at Citrus
second annual meeting elected date, with all members)present, three plus alternate HW plus liam Boniar Head Coach and will be affiliated with Oakley High. They hope to bear from
II.D. "Doc" UonilieUl as their its Chairman Ralph Rooks $50.00 each; To Thomas Ikxty. Athletic Director for Citrus Fruit Co. there. friends here after moving to
\ new president for the 1963-64 presiding. The minutes of $3,782.00 each or$11,346.00 High, School for the 1963-64 The family moved to Inverness their new home. .

II i'i,Y year.Other new officers of the March 26th were approved.Bids three plus alternate BW plus term. The vote was unanimous. s . . . . . . iSUBSCRIBE. . . .. . . . . a
were opened for three or $50.00 each; International Harvester i Qon recommendation of the .
Dan l -
troop are: erovicepresI
more 56-passenger busses, as to Superior 3312.03 Trustees. Richard Kaufman
ident; Carl Cuv-by, secretary: follows: Chassis: Cochran each or $9,936.09 for three: to made a motion seconded by i BY MAN.
and Dill hood Smith,
Harry Chevrolet, to Superior 3448. Thomas Body,$3,230.04 each or Dave Anderson to assign the --- :
Pat Shelton and
Buckley Lloyd .
36 each or $10,345.08fortlree; $9,840.12 for three. following teachers on continuing tea.IwT.1
Scott Simpson, directors.
f To Thomas Body $3,436.84each Bus Bodies: Thomas Body contract at Inverness Ele- The Citrus County Chronicle will bl-iRgyou a frtende/, ......,

"When the bread won't or $10,310.58 for three. (Lakeland Truck Equipment)$2 mentary School for the 1963-64 weekly message recounting activities,'piam and watte iii. of
Chick Chitty Ford,to Superior 230.00 each or '6690.00 for term: Lois Allen Helen Oarlock 11111 Ir "Florida's fastest growing counties.
t rise nowadays' it's time to $3,176.57 each or $9,529.71 for three, delivery charge each Mary Harrison Clarice Lt-- ?y Yearly rates are:

i' repair the toaster. three to Thomas, $3,436.84 $115.00 or $345.00 for three, Jordan, Louise Puckett Annie Citrus and adjoining counties . . . . . .. . . ..ss.ao

alternate wrap-around,add$66. Lou Spivey. The vote was unani- Inside United States : . . . . . . . . . . |4 JO

00, alternate book racks add mous. Outside United States . . . . . . . . . . .-. fMQ
$95.00; Superior: Body, 2280. Upon recommendation of the Fill out the following subscription form and moil it t*- - -
00 each or 6840.00: for three, Trust ess, Richard Kaufman The Citrus County Chronicle .

; Get Rid Of delivery charge $115.00 each or made a motion, seconded by Post Office Box 65
: $345.00 for three, alternate Dave Anderson, to appoint the' Inverness. Florida
wrap-around add $140.00 each following teachers Inverness

IRONREDor all flat glass wrap-around, add Elementary School for the 1963- Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
$60.00 each alternate bookracks 64 term: Dorothy Allen Edna

add $82.00 each. The Brown Bessie Hicks JakieRo- Street Number . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Board studied the bids. berts, Anne Smith Maxine Williams. -

n >- / Horace Allen made a motion The votewasunanimous. City . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
seconded by Gene Allen to Upon the recommendation of
DISCOLORED WATER' equip one bus with book racks. the Trustees, Dave Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

The vote was unanimous. made a motion,seconded by Ho- .
with our Water Richard Kaufman made a motion race Allen to assign the follow

seconded by Horace Allen, ing teachers on continuing con-
Softening and to delay acceptance of bids,and tract at Crystal River High LANDMARKS IN BOSTON OLD AND NEW--Domed building on 19
direct Superintendent to inspectthe School for the 1963-64 term: the left is The First Church of Christ Scientist, in Boston knownas
The Mother Church by Christian Scientists from all the 3 B
two kinds of wraparoundwind Elizabeth Hagerty, Sylvia Paulson over 4 .
Filtering Service shield offered by these Louis Cappola, Dewitt world, who flocked here by the thousands for their June 3 Annual

2 body companies, and report at Crawford William Nevins. The Meeting. The steel structure on the right is the 52-story office
Board Meeting at 7: P.M. April vote was unanimous. tower for Boston's biggest,new construction project the Pruden-
25th. The vote was unanimous. Upon the recommendation of tial Center, which will also include a civic auditorium hotel and

YES YESYFS. Richard Kaufman made a motion the Trustees Horace Allen other buildings.

seconded by Dave Anderson made a motion, seconded by SPECIALJune
teachers at Floral City School The vote was unanimous.
to accept the resignation of Gene Allen to appoint the following -
for the 1963-64 term: Elva Upon the recommendation of
John Hull, effective June 8th, teachers at Crystal Riv-
1963. The vote was unanimous. er High School for the 1963-64 Jones Bessie Anderson G.E. the Trustees, Richard Kaufman 7th to June: 13th
Zellner. The vote was unani- made a I1)otion. seconded by .
Horace Allen made a motion term: Ann Kennedy, Lucile
seconded by Dave Anderson, to Martin, Jack Stephens A. L. mous. Dave Anderson to assign the CEDAR
accept the resignation of Lucile Luttrell, Carick Branch. The Upon recommendation of the following teachers at BookerT. '2 '4 2x6 2x8
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Trustees Horace Allen made a Washington School for the 1963-
Baklanoff for reasons of husband's vote was unanimous.
Galvanized & Plastic Pipe health. The vote was un- Upon the recommendation of motion seconded by Richard 64 term: Marilyn Williams, $119.00 per M ft.
animous. Kaufman to appoint Lila Dow- Annie McGill. Margarite
the Trustees, Horace Allen
and Full Line of Fittings Upon the recommendation of made a motion Seconded by den teacher at the Floral City Broadhurst Dilly Ivy Henri
School for the 1963-64 Free Delivery
the term. Brooks Cleo Johnson Tessie
Trustees,
Horace Allen Gene Allen, to appoint Alton
Lawn Mower & Out Board Motors Repaired made a motion to reassign the Ware teacher at Crystal River The vote was unanimous. Harris Archie Dabney Perlie
Upon recommendation of the Stewart, Warren Parham Flc.rene -
following teachers on continu- School and con-
High approve Trustees Robert Howard was Johnson Allen Henry. The
ing Art & Carrie Hardware
contract at Citrus High tinuing contract for him for next
School appointed teacher at Floral City vote was unanimous.
: Mary A.Corbin.Verona The vote was unanimous.
year. School for the 1963-64 term. Upon recommendation of the
Doane, Elizabeth Holden Ed. the recommendation of
Upon Dave Anderson made the motion Trustees Horace Allen madea &
Lattin
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Fannie Puckett Jean the Trustees, Gene Allen madea Building Supplies
seconded by Horace Allen motion seconded by Gene Allen -
Roscow
Robert
Smith Rosa seconded Horace
motion, by I
WHITE DISTRIBUTING CO.No. Kent and the vote was unanimous. to appoint the following
(to go on continuing con- Lynn Lyons
Allen to appoint
tract. The motion Upon.the recommendation of teachers at Booker T. Wash- Call Collect 793-3341
was secondedby and McCall teachers at
James the Trustees, Horace Allen School for the 1963-64
ington
Apopka Ave. Old Seaboard Depot was Richard unanimous.Kaufman and the vote Crystal River High School for made a motion, seconded by term: Lucille Bellamy, Betty Hwy. 470 S. Lake Panasoffkee, Fla.
the 1963-64 term. The vote was
Gene Allen to appoint Hazel Roland Jackson Evelyn Tribble Doris
Phone 726.1622 Upon recommendation of the unanimous.
Trustees, Richard Kaufman Upon the recommendation of teacher at the Heroando Dabney. The vote was unani- Biggest little town M. Cntral Ftorifc
School for the 1963-64 .
.a= : : : made term. mous. I
a motion,seconded
by Ho- the Trustees Gene Allen madea
The vote was unanimous. Upon the recommendation of II
race Allen, to appoint the following motion seconded by Horace I
Upon recommendation of the Truste es, Horace Allen
teachers for the 1963- Allen to appoint Elbert E. Gib- I
64 term at Citrus High School: bons DCT coordinator for Cry- the Trustees Dorothy Altenber- made a motion seconded by
Roland Atkins, Kathleen Bal- stal River High School for the ger was assigned teacher at Gene Allen.to assign the follow Exclusive air conditioning innovation !
SUMTER COUNTY asch, Flowers Homosassa School for the 1963- ing teachers at Carver Elementary -
Aubrey
William 1963-64 term. The vote was unanimous -
Hilliard, Richard 64 term. The motion was made School for the 1963-64
Kelly Ken- .
by Gene Allen seconded by Hor- term; Essie Waters, Annie
neth.
Scarborough, PaulSteuart. Upon the recommendation of
FARMERS MARKET INC. David Davidson. i i ace Allen. The vote was unani- Johnson, Annie McCray. The
The vote was the Trustees, Horace Alien
} vote was unanimous.
mouse
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unanimous.
made a.mot ion, seconded-by "
Located On State Hwy. 471 Upon the recommendation of Gene Allen, to appoint Lionell !f" Upon recommendation of the Upon the recommendation of
'. Trustees Gene Allen made a the Trustees, Horace Allen
Cornell and Dorothy Cornell
Allen made motion, seconded
motion seconded by Horace a by
teachers at Crystal River
Webster, to appoint the following Dave Anderson, to assign
School for the 1963-64 term.
Florida"I teachers at the Homosassa Elementary Mamie McNeal teacher at Car-
The vote was unanimous.
School for the 1963-64 ver Elementary School for the 4
Upon the recommendation of
\\"I the Trustees Horace Allen term: Betty Cook, Effie Davis, 1963-64 term. The vote was

made a motion, seconded by Dorothy Denson,Carol Leckler. .Continued on Page 5-B

Gene Allen,to assign the following -
teachers at Crystal River
Elementary School for the 1963-- r

I 64 term: Creola Willis, Ethel
Wynn, Leon. Pape, Florine herThe Doll HouseRestaurant 0

Bryant Cattie Martin, Lynda
RED Evans, Edna Merriken.The vote
was unanimous.
Upon the recommendation of s
ROSEFEEDS the Trustees Horace Allen
made a motion seconded by f 1/2 Mile So. of Ocala
Dave Anderson to reappoint El- Route 200

len Watson teacher at Crystal
River Elementary School for ,

For sale Home Grown Central Florida & Imported the 1963-64 term and approve (I Breakfast

Vegetables -'FruitNursery Stock and a consider- continuing contract. The vote. f
Horse Feed Lunch
able variety of home made products. was unanimous. -
-
Upon the recommendation of *
Dinners
[
Vegetable Market every Tuesday Dog Feed the motion Trustees seconded, Gene Allen by Horace madea iat.

6 A.M.'till about 12 Noon Pellets Allen to appoint the following
Pig i
teachers at Crystal River Ele- Featuring Fried Chicken & Steak Dinners AND the i
mentary School for the 1963-64 Biggest Ham Sandwich and the Best Home Made pie

Live stock Auction in the afternoon Cattle Feed term: Helen Strube Ruth How- anywhere.
ard. The vote was unanimous.

Chicken Feed Upon recommendation of the

Hog Sale ... 12:30 P.M. Trustees Dave Anderson madea i
motion seconded by Horace "
Wild Bird FeedMost '
.( Allen to assign the following :::

Cattle Sale ... 1 P.M. Complete Stock of UNDERWATERFLASHLIGHT

heel in Citrus County.

Lamar Hall AuctioneerProducers This isn't startling new but
JacksonFeed now's the time to remember it. t.}

and Individuals welcome where you may If you lose something' overboardyou
buy as much or as little as your needs indicate. ran light the bottom by sealing -
Co.
your flashlight in a fruit jar.
Attention Housewif: If you haven't seen this marketin InvernessPh. Weight the jar and on a line l 1

operation you've missed a real treat. 726-2901 lower it in the area..You can see

\ what's up . ere down.

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,. Help Preserve Air conditioner dehumidifiea $219.95Exclusive

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Baptist Bible School ;. I"VV __a -. ,.- ...., _
Minutes Board Of Public Instruction : :.;;. _--" kPUIJ..CIc- Good Council Camp I
Begins Monday, 8:30: .' ., .' ,l' \ ._
Dible school is slated to commence ,

at the I-irst Baptist Continued from Page 4-B made a motion, seconded by was unanimous. J .1 Will Open SundayBy I
Church next Monday morning at
unanimous. Dave Anderson to appoint Ed- Richard Kaufman made a motion
8:30 21 and continue through June Upon recommendation of the ward Barton Driver Education seconded by Dave Ander- r NANCY WEBB is spending the summer with
until 11:30 each
morning. Trustees, Dave Anderson madea teacher for Crystal River and son, to increase by $500.00 the gj FLORAL CITY--Camp Good Richard Durfee, son of Mrs.
reparation and registrationfor motion, seconded by Horace Citrus High Schools for the supplement for General Super- .1963 Council, east of Floral City on Barney Ogden.
the
two-week
for CQkYEt1E
program Allen to assign Dora Lawrence 1963-64 term. The vote was un visor over that of 1962-63 term. yI Lake Tsala Apopka will open Mrs. C.B. Harvey Tampa is
three 16
youngsters to years of animous. "Yes" Sunday for the summer months. visiting her sisters, Dollie
Exceptional Child Teacher for The vote Horace Allen, ? Ogden -
is
I age clock.: A this Saturday at 9 o the 1963-64 term. The vote was Upon recommendation of the Gene Allen and Richard Kauf- : I .' This year it will be under the and Nancy Webb.
10 o'clock."parade" will be held unanimous. Trustees, Richard Kaufman man; "No" Ralph Rooks. The 'iIrLL guidance of Mons.GeorgeCum- Bill and Ethel Latour of Miami
at Upon recommendation of the made a motion, seconded by motion carried. mings and Fr. PhillipHalsteed.Mr. visited old friends in Invernessand
Commencement will be heldat Trustees, Richard Kaufman Dave Anderson to appoint Albert Dave Anderson made a motion, and Mrs. Emmett Halley Citrus County over the
7:30 p.m. Friday, June 21. Varnej Music teacher for seconded by Horace Allen to pay and daughters, Inez and Nancy weekend. They were guests ot
Inverness Floral City and Her- Mrs. Virginia Moore for 7daysfor have returned to Galapolis.Ohio the J.M. Prei iss's on SUnday.
nando Elementary Schools for keeping books of Crystal River for the summer. Newcomers to Floral City are
1963-64 term. The vote was Lunch Room andone-halfof Corky Shingler, son of Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart N.Phillips
Two Plants unanimous. time off, not to exceed 10 days. Mrs. Don Shingler is spending of Jacksonville.
See our Weekly Money Saving Richard Kaufman made a motion The vote was unanimous. month with his graadparecns. Smofcey Bear will be at the
y Specials seconded by Gene Allen Richard Kaufman made a motion Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Guilford Floral City Library on June 22.
Pine Street Shopping Center to assign the following as coaches seconded by Gene Allen, at Palatka. That's Saturday, kids, so don't
pg. 215 N Magnolia Avenue for Citrus High School for to adopt the calendar as pre- Billie Edleman of Lake City, forged!

dhe most 1n DRY aMKM OCALA FLORIDA the 1963-64 term: Bill Bomar, pared by C CEATeacherCom-
BE
Athletic ONE LIKE THIS--RobenN.CochranofCochran Chev- I J
Director Head Football mittee and
Superintendent. The
rolet Co. points to the beautiful Chevrolet Corvette like
Basket Ball and Base Ball "Yes" Sting Ray
vote
Ralph Rooks Gene
which Lt. Robert Sweat has ordered from Seoul, Korea. Lt.
if we have it; Roland Atkins Assistant Allen, Dave Anderson, Richard
Football and Sweat, son of Leonard Sweat (right) of Sweat's Bar and Restaurant -
J.V.BasketBall
Kaufma'n, No'
Horace Allen.
; Bill Milliard.Junior Foot- The motion carried. Inverness will pick up the new sports car at St. Louis as he BOOTSBOOTS
TREES and SHRUBBERYin ball and Track. Crystal River Richard Kaufman made a motion returns from his overseas assignment in July. Although he will
High School:Lou Cappola Athle- seconded by Horace Allen be stationed at Indian Town Gap Pa., the "hometown boy has
containers can be set out now. We deliver, setout tic Director Head Football and to reject application of Mrs. put in his order in plenty of time for delivery.
and small extra charge). All var- --photo by Tannelhill
guarantee ( Track, Alton Ware, JuniorHigh Richard Ives of Levy County, Engineer-Cowboy-
ieties citrus trees, silver maple, palms (don'tfreeze Football Head Basket Ball and to enroll her son in Crystal River -
). Elms (worlds fastest shade), Mimosa.' base ball Bill Nevins Assistant '
Kindergarten. The vote was Girl Scout NewsAt
Thousands of others. Plants flowers and shrubs. Football and Basketball. The unanimous. _"''' WellingtonRubberCITRUS

vote was unanimous..
Richard Kaufman made a motion the last
Richard'Kaufman made a.motion seconded by Gene Allen,to neighborhood meet- FLORAL CITY
ing of the season a film entitled Mrs. Flossie Bassett, Mrs.
seconded by Dave Anderson
employ John Edward Croft to
Landscape NurseryBoth "This is Girl
Scouting"was Marie Carlisle, Mrs. Pat Hart-
to make the following sum mow school for the remainderof
shown. It was also decided to wick, Mrs.Helen Tarn,Mrs.Vivian -
.
mer assignments: Crystal Riv- the school term. The vote hold SHOE CENTER
locations? Lincoln Park and Sportsmans Park. er High, Supervising Principalone was unanimous. bake sales at a later dateto Higgenbotham, Mr. and
help raise the balance of the Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Way
unit. Recreation 1-1/2 Dave Anderson made a mo- recent fund drive 1 104 W. Main
units, Summer Academic one tion, seconded by Richard Kauf- of the quota. A list B.W. Morris Mr. and Mrs. Iflventss. FIB
contributors
are listed
A.M. Anderson Mrs. Lottie
unit Mathematics-Science en- man, to grant Inverness below
? COUNTYWIDEDIRECTORYNaylor richm ht 1/2 unit, Reading en- Brownie Troup use of a bus Ap- : INVERNESS Clarke, Col and Mrs.C.O.Gunn.
richment 1/2 unit; Citrus High ril 27th to visit Six-Gun Terri- Howard Phosphate Co.,Cook's Mrs. Edythe Johnson Mr.and
School, Supervising Principalone tory in Ocala. The vote was Pharmacy, Inverness e Mrs. Henry Ermalinger Mr.
Up To $600. unit. Recreation 11/2 units, unanimous. Demonstration Club,Val Enterprises and Mrs. C.A. Williams, Mr.
& Hall summer academic one unit.Mu- Richard Kaufman made a mo- kiwanis, Dr.Osterhout, and Mrs. Owen Pearson Floral VolkswagenTHERE
LOAN ON sic 1/2 unit; Booker T. Wash- tion, seconded by Dave Anderson A&P Food Store Home Furniture Garden Club Floral City Wo
AUTO, FURNITURE ington High, Recreation one to assign the following pupils Jackson Lumber .,Inc. mans Club, Brownie and Inter-
SIGNATURE. Fill. Dirt unit, Carver, Enrichment 1/2 : Hernando Elementary: Our Lady of Fatima Catholic mediates Bake Sale Ed Tur-
unit; Homosassa. Enrichment Priscilla A.' Morgan; Citrus Womans Club Sweats Restaurant lington James Duffy Floral IS A DIFFERENCE *
"Let ContractorsLOANS 1/2 unit Hernando,Enrichment High and Elementary Leo A. A. Weitz Orange Hotel, City P.T.A., Troop 81.
w Us Help You Solve 1/2 unit; Floral City Enrich-
Johnston, Jr., Margaret L. La Perles Memorials, Sportsman -
Your Money Problems" ment 1/2 unit. The vote was Eichhorn, Janie Dukes; Floral Park Civic Assoc, Dr. Try Our Service

Crystal River unanimous. City Elementary,Willie D.Ted R. Martin. KILL SPANISH
Ph.726-1104>> Gene Allen made a motion der, Frank C Tedder; Crystal Inverness Senior Womans
Finance Corp Ph. 726- 2825 seconded by Dave Anderson to River High and Elementary, Club. Lake Ts ala Gardens Com MOSSFlorida Factory TraindTechnicians
'Inverness add one Kindergarten unit and Francis A. Hutting. Arthur J. munity Club E. Van Anderson
HWY. 19 one First Grade Teacher unitat Hutting. Peninsular Abstract Co., West Pest ControlPhone m 0
Next to Florida Power Crystal River Elementaryfor Richard Kaufman made a motion Coast Title Co.,Coke Flanagan 629-3617

the.1963-64 term. The vote seconded by Horace Allen Arthur Garrecht, Citrus Lodge Ocala, Florida
to the f F&AM Parents Teachers Assn.
1 was unanimous. accept resignation 0 ,
Building Horace Allen made a motion, Kenneth de Busk custodian,effective of Inverness I.G.A. Foodliner.
Mason Tractor Co. seconded by Dave Anderson, to June 14th. The vote was

MaterialsAgricultural add two High teachers School in at order Crystal take River unanimous.Richard Kaufman made a motion When You Think ofThink All Makes Used C.s Tracks

F I Ford Tractors care of the increased enroll- seconded by Horace Allen,
&Industrial ment and expansion of program. to increase the over all S & M INSURANCE
EquipmentBrooksville The vote was unanimous. budget by $4,400.00 (Competence ailTurnipseed
Richard Kaufman made a motion Awurd) and to add No. of
Electrical Supplies! seconded by Dave Anderson 2212 $&>0.00. 2213-3.200.00.
Fia. Lumber Paint to add one additional teacher 2214 $400.00. The vote was .
JOHN
ROSCOW
;Phone 7962316'R at Citrus High School to pro- unanimous. Imports Inc.
oOlng Materials5'V' vide for increased enrollment Gene Allen made a motion, ,
-- ... ,. ,.-- ,- , -. and seconded Dave Anderson '. ''
g. -a ".1t'Et Plumbers p(1lies( r; expansion program. The by to On the
Tile Saws vote was unanimous. approve the"request of C'dE= A. Square" Phone 726-2220 1215 S. Pine St. Ocala, FII. &22--3258-
Richard Kaufman made a motion for permission for two orthree
Appliances Builders' Hardware seconded by Dave Anderson teachers or principals if the
Admiral and Kelvinator Everything in Building to add one teacher at Car- need arises to be granted pro-
Washers-Dryers Mater ialc ver Elementary School due to fessional leave to attend the'
TV, Stereo& Hi-Fi increased enrollment. The vote special F E A Legislative meet-
See us for Complete was unanimous. ings to be held in Tallahassee.The .
Home Furnishings Dave Anderson made a motion, vote was unanimous.
Rivet Builder'sSupply seconded by Horace Allen, to Gene Allen made a motion,
Crystal
grant the Senior Class of Booker seconded by Horace Allen to
Phone 795-2489 T. Washington High School eliminate from Ozelo bus route Highway 19 -

SkinnersFurniture Co. the use of a bus to Miami May trip through Tropic Terrace and
16-18, 1963, the class to pro- designate one stop oh Ozelo
vide all gas above original tank road. The vote was unanimous.
w and pay the drivers. The vote Richard Kaufman made a motion 1 mile north of

15 Stores Ga., Ala. & Fla. CRYSTAl. RIVER,-FLA. seconded by Dave Anderson -
Sandran Floor CoveringsWoodward to appoint Ettie Fults and
Sylvia Swan, subject approvalof k Crystal River
teachers
Trustees
Crystal
,I Paradise
Realty Weed Septic River Elementary School for
the 1963-64 term. The votewas
Lawn Service unanimous.All .
On U. S. Route 19 Tank Co. vouchers were inspectedand

CRYSTAL' RIVER approved and ordered paid

t HOMES LOTS Pumping Service & RepairsACREAGE ProfessionalLawn by the board. Warrants in pay-
ment therefor in their respective -
funds were ordered issuedas
Buy and Sell Lintels Sills CareBox shown in summary form below '.
Precast Steps :
With Confidence General Fund
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DONALD J. McBRlDE Business Phone 726-1191 412 Crystal River 1367-1736 87556.30

Reg. Real Estate Broker Home Phone 7262942Phone Ph. 795-3370 District

795-2652 Route 1 South, Inverness 371-378 4,733.27
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I Richard Kaufman made a motion ; .
seconded by Gene Allen,to ';..
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approve all bills for payment.
The vote was unanimous.
Ralph Rooks Chairman See:
Harry K. Buie
Secretary and Superintendent ,


Booker T. Summer 11. .


a .. Events Announced R. 0 JONES' ,

tInder the guidance of Mr.Allen .
p. henry, the school's recreational -
program will com-
mence June 10 and will term-
inate August 2. Some of the

-.fd activities to be offered this ;- : Or
1 .- summer are baseball Junior .
"' \ League), Softball, basketball, .' ..
;.-- 'stR'4 hanJcraft, horse shoe '
croquet .> '
B t l V ..tt )t and table tennis. .H' ,
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11 \ ;: Every Thursday from 8:00- JESSE HATFIELD
5f'1 12:00. summer school participants -
will motor to Ocala t9 attend -
the recreational center for
: free swimming lessons. The . ;
1 E ''e' a' culminating activity will be a
picnic at Paradise. Park Ocala
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Minstrel Show Set Local ACS Loans 9: ,'-...,':-W'Ji Lake Tsala Gardens VFW Auxiliary


By Little TheatreCRYSTAL .. ru-- By Gladys Davis Pi leau Saturday

RIVERAtameet- Wheelchair HERNANDO--The Ladies AIL'\-
ing) of the Little Theatre ;groupon Boy ;t Mr. anti Mrs. Lee WeUeklnd ihary to LeRoy Rooks Jr. l Post
and their son of Jacksonville 4252, VFW. will serve chicken
Monday evening attheWand- Mrs. J.S. Thomas has len tor Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold and Mrs. Wedekiad's mother pileau dinner at the home
post on
NONA
By RUNIONHOMOSASSA
inn tall, completed rival home after swerving
er I plans were yearin
SPRINGS-The Wise to visit her mother Mrs. Roberts were her sister and father. Mr. and Mrs. William SR 200 this Saturday from 5 p.rn.
the "old minstrel the He is visitinghis
for time Philippines.
Citrus County American Cancer Prasch. From there she will go and family Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Bullitt of Dallas. Texas until as long as the food holds
show, that will be presented one parents Mr. and Mrs. L.C.
California visit Kinard of Ocala.
to to herdaugh- were of Mr. and Proceeds will
out. benefit
guets recently the
Society has loaned wheelchair
21, in the his leave
night only June high Runion. Following
ter and family Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. May of Archer is visit-
Mrs.
Eddie Davis. home. Tomorrow
school auditorium. Tickets will to little Ricky Wade who has Airman Runion will be stationedat ,. post night the
her
been Parks ing son and wife Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Nickelsoo Auxiliary will meet at the
bedfast for quite some post
be on sale by members "Of the Orlando Al-B.
Bible Sschool will Mrs.
time. Vacation George May. traveled by train for a week'sstay home at 8 o'clock.
group. The Lecanto Home Demonstration begin at Hernando Methodist Bobby Roberts is home from in
To
Hank Carroll and Earl Brosiusare Through Mrs. George Scofield Club will hold a workshopon doOhio.1'heyheJped -
Church 17 at 9 a.m. till the Ocala hospital.Mr. .
the stage managers and will and the cancer unit's donation of Thursday June 13, to make June their daughter and husband of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Joseph.
11:30 a.m. Mrs. Frank Smith is and Mrs. Boyd of Holder
celebrate
ordinate the show's programand the wheelchair the younster is hardware plaques. Anyone is their silver wedding All board meetings and regular
dean of the school transportation have gone to Pennsylvania
to and
the staging of it.-along with now able to get out in the sun- welcome to come and bring your J. will be provided. There visit relatives and friends and were entertained by many social gatherings are discon-
friends
while there.
shine and fresh air. material.: tinued from now until
August.
costuming lighting effects etc. own
week of Bible to attend the
will be graduation of
only one a
The directors of the
Paul Grannan will direct the Many thanks for making a little Bruce Griggs returned to Detroit community However a picnic is planned
boy happy. school. A picnic will follow. grandson. club met May 25 at the home for 4.
musical part of the show and this week after getting July
Milton Whitton is home from Guests at the home of Mrs.
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of these world that Mrs. healthis
separate rehearsing A/lc Griggs' Brooksville Hospital but he will R.M. Spires is her son and family -
portions. StanleyR.RunionhasarWWWWWWWWWW bad. They hope to come in the
have to remain in quiet for Mr. and Mrs. P.C. Spires;
fall.Timmy sometime. daughter Becky and son PFC
Wade has been -
spending Mrs. Susie Muldrow is visit- Millege Spires.
a week with his grandparents Medical Grad ing her brother and family,Mr. Rev. Cribb is in Lakeland attending WE'VE GOT
Mr. and Mrs. L.C.
Anderson in Jacksonville. the Annual Conference. We Specialize In
Runion. Visitors at the home of Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Joe Law Sr. attended YOU
Holiday Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams RICHARD B.SHAARE(above)of Custom TailoringC
Susie Muldrow for the Memorial a family reunion in Jas-
in St. Petersburg, son of M. leD'
were Tampa Saturday.Mr. J.
R
holiday were Mr. and Mrs.Otto per this past weekend.Mr. .
and Mrs. G.L. Dean and Shaara of Rt. 1, Inverness, is C Ov E Upholstery
and
Fry and Mr. and Mrs. Tulleyand Mrs. Carl Hamm of
son of West Landhan Hills,Md., expected to graduate June 10 Brooksville Covers
Shores daughter all of St. Pete. are announcing the Top
are spending a week with her from the University of Texas--
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Bellamyare marriage of theirdaughterLinda -
Mr. and Mrs. Medical Branch. Mr. Shaara, CushionsAccessories
parents L.C. announcing the birth of their to Murray Kellner of Beverly
married and the father of four
Runion.
children attended St. Peters- eighth child. She weighed 8 1/2 Hills. Linda attended school in ;, .
Inverness and in Her- ; ;
grew up
275 WORMERYNext burg burg Junior Senior College High St.Lee Peters-Col- lbs.Hernando Baptist Church will nando. The couple are planningto ,
r time you catch some have a covered dish dinner Sunday take a honeymoon trip to -
lege, and Stephen F.Austin,receiving -
trash fish, don't throw away. a B.S. degree from the June 9th. The public is invited Long Island N.Y. They will
ACRES
Bury them in your back yard latter in Aug. 1960. He is a vet- to attend. Rev. Green of make their home in Lecanto.
around plants or shrubs. They'll eran of the U.S. Army where he Webster is filling in for Rev. Guests this week at the homeof SWEDE'S UPHOLSTERING
help the plants along and attract Flurry. Mr. and Mrs. B.E. May Sr.
served
Fishing as a sergeant in the 404
N. Street
Swimming WORMS BY THE SCORE Para-Medics. His internshipwill Don't forget Smokey Bear were their granddaughter Main

Hunting which will help you score on the be at Mound Park Hospital, summer reading club is now Michele May and Janice Drum- Ocala, Fla. Ph. 629-1270
River Lots next fishing trip. St. Petersburg. underway and that Smokey will mond both of Bronson.Mr. .
Lake LotsWooded appear this Friday Civic Club and Mrs. Leroy Moss and
Lots Library in person from 11 a.m. children of Twelve Mile, Ind.
till 12 noon. Library hours will have returned home after visiting -
be Wed. 9 a.m. till 12 noon; her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Monday 6 p.m. till 8:30; Friday O. Cumberland. COOL OFf: WITH

$395. 3.p.m. till 5:30.A Mrs. Georgia DePoy wishesto
up Washday can bechild's program was presented at thank all bus driver's for Bit& Chris' Bar
Hernando School by Mrs. John- their wonderful gift an electric "

ston. Jan Cribb gave devotion percolator. The gift was pre- .
Darlene Cotton read a poem. sented by Mrs. Lame Wiley and andRestaurant
play
A natural Hide-a-way Paradise.One .. .. ''I ...\ :-r.. Gail Roberts at piano, Peggy Mrs. Alma Lancaster. Mrs. De ,
I Fawcett baton twirled andMrs. Poy was a bus driver for a num- '
mile of Withlacoochee river UI'! .. \ : A big vtesh" needn't mean
:.. Cotton sang a song.Mrs.FCottoI ber of years but had to resign
front. \ Il was due ill health. :
;: a day of back-breaking accompanied by Mrs.Willison to
.. the piano. There were twelve Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Jackson
graduates to enter Inverness have returned home after visit
work. Do laundry in
Located at Nobelton, Florida and : F your school. ing their children Mr. and Mrs
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one mile South off Route S. 476. ;"-> m' our speedy automatic machines Mrs. Elsie Chism is reportedin Kelly and Mr. and Mrs.. Raul- Short Orders
good condition at Munroe erson in Belle Glade. Sandwich
o. to banish drudgery. Memorial hospital.Mrs. .
Todd has returned home L6eat eeea
Open All Hours she was accompanied by her

.... grandson James Hurst of tak 1Announcement /Q . . .
Trailer
For Home or Wash 250 ---- Dry 1 100 grandson, James Hurst of is made of the

Tenn.Vicky of
forthcoming marriage Mrs.
and Kathy Maness of
of Maude L. St. John and DorlandVan ColdDraught
Plenty
parking spaceECO'NOWASH Leesburg are:spend the summer
Dusen, on Saturday. June
with their grandparents Mr.and B Hr
Come Look-
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Mrs. Harry Yates. 8 at 3 o'clock in the First Pres-

Mrs. Hale of Georgia is spend- byterian Church of Inverness.The .
ing the week with her children Rev. James C. Clark, D.D. II11l

You Will Be Convinced 24 Hour Self. Service Laundry. Mr.Mrs.and Matthews Mrs. Wayne and grand-White. will officiate.A reception. will follow the

Corner of Grace & Apopka Sts. Inverness, Fla.. tioning children at of Chappell's.Alabama are vaca- friends ceremony of the in bridal the church.couple are All 3 Miles No. of Hernando on Hwy 200

invited to attend.

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